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WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA? NOVEMBER IO, ISttiL
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ll II OF I ll
A STORY THAT IS STRANGE, BUT TRUE, Al
STREAM DOWN THC CHEEKS OF AN
Mother is Carried io Heaven on Angols' Wing
Santo dravo Lillie Joe is Clare (I for I)
Roporlor His "Olhor Papa" and Ask;
Tum?"-Thoy Havo Conoto Rotuli
WASHINGTON, D. C., November
14.-EDITORS COIMUKK: I Bend you
the following for publication, as it
was seen by Clifford Stanley, of
Ohio. This is just one ?f tho thou
sands of snell eases you cm find
here just aftor the change of admin
istrntion. It might bo a warning to
sonic Southern boy, and I do hope
you cnn seo cause to push it along,
ns machines now run the earth and
it is ft well known fact that some
real estato maohiuos had Dewey's
homo picked out off tho boards long,
long ago, mid it is moro than well
known that tho President of these
United States would now occupy a
mansion befitting his ollico were it
not for a lot of machines who dis
joint themselves, clashing when
some suitable location is being select
ed to build it on. Or, in tho Queen's
English, every real estato combine,
loan and trust company hero raised
such an unearthly row to get to sell
the government tho land, no ono
gets to sell it. This clash has dono
more to prevent the building of a
respectable mansion than all else
besides, and in fact is alone respon
sible for the present condition of
affairs. If a man hasn't enough land
to skin a dog on he will convince
every Sonator and Member of Con
gress he meets that it is the only ono
spot on earth to build it if an armful
of charts and diagrams will do so.
Thc Oconeo and South Carolina
delegations are well.
Our little friend, D. A. S., has ful
filled my prediotion to overflowing,
viz : Gone out into society nj) to his
chin. Jf anyone has seen bim out
sido thc sacred confines of Swamp
foodie in six weeks I am not able to
find him. I trust it is nothing very
serious that has struck tho boy, yet
something has taken him out of tho
North west of late.
With best wishes, I am,
Most respectfully, .r. Q. C.
A VICTIM OE THE "MACHINE."
HY CI.IKFOIW STA N LU Y.
No ono in the Stato of Ohio had
been a more ardent supporter of Mr.
McKinley than Joseph Fitzgerald,
and every ono predicted that ho
would get a good position, in recog
nition of his services in the cam
Ile had been reared a country boy,
but carly developed a love for tho
mad infatuation of politics, and in
early life abandoned the farm and
sought tho excitement of city life.
He noon became a powor in thc poli
tics of his ward, and from this his
influence extended to thc entire
State. By and by his fame became
national, and a brilliant future was
predicted for thc rising young
At tliis period in his lite, whilo his
political star was in tho ascendant,
he won tho band s well as tho heart
of pretty Mabel Carter, one of the
fairest of Ohio's daughters. She,
too, fell under tho fascinating influ
ence of politics, and eagerly entered
into every scheme of her husband.
Sometimes ho neglected his busi
ness to play at the interesting game
of jioliticH, hut his wifo never chided
him, but rather lent encouragement.
When they had boon married two
years a tiny baby came to bless their
union, and tho son soon found a
warm placo in tho hearts of both
father and mother.
The business bad been neglected
so much ?Jiat it had to be abandoned
and ho was forced to depend on
"politics" for a living. Ho held a
position in tho State Legislature, but
this paid him very little, and bo was
compelled to eke out a living by
writing for tho newspapers. Ho was
a brilliant writer as well as an ac
complished orator. Nature had be
stowed rare gifts upon him, and men
gladly followed his leadership.
When the last national campaign
, was well under way he left his homo
and went into the hottest of the fray
for tho nominoo of his party. Prom
county to county ho went, and every
where his eloquent voico called poo
' pie around tho Republican standard,
He was congratulated by the Presi
dent-elect upon his splendid services,
and right heartily did bo take part
? tho general rejoicing.
Tho fourth of March saw him in
Washington, light of heart and radi
If OR, VIII WS.
MD ONE THAT WILL MAKE THE TEARS
YONE-THE REPUBLICAN BOSSES.
ir JUD I DEVOTED WIFE Ri
is-Tho Husband and Wlfo aro Bi'Hod in tho
y a Nowspapot Roportor-Ho Calls tho
s "Whon Will My Papa and Mamma
\ No Moro-Victims ol Ingratitude.
ant of countenance. AB tho now
President rode back up Pennsylva
nia nvonuo toward tho White House,
he could hardly retain his jubilant
spirits, and he was sorely tempted to
toss his hat high into tho air and
shout lustily. But, on second
thought, ho considered that it would
not bo in keeping with tho dignity
of a young statesman, and so re
Tho next morning after tho inau
guration ho was at tho President's
houso bright and early, oxpeoting
that tho Prcsidont would re?oive him
with open arms, but imagine his sur
prise to (ind hundreds thoro boforo
him. This somowhnt disconcerted
him, but be went away, saying :
"The rabble will sorui get through
calling, and then I vii! seo tho Presi
dent and havo a long talk with him,
and select sonic good place, so that I
can properly caro for my wifo and
But tho next day ho found that
the throng had increased, and all his
efforts to sie McKinley were in vain.
Ho was told to call again. This he
did day after day until ho lost his
good nature and became irritable.
At last bo was ushered into thc
presence of Mr. McKinley, r.nd had
tho pleasuro of grasping hie hand
and saying :
"Mr. McKinley, 1 suppose you re
member the good work I did for you
-" when ho was hustled along to
mako room for the hungry oftioc
seoker next in lino bohind him.
And thus it was day aftor day,
until at last, in desperation, ho told
tho President his irionoy was all gone
and he must have an oflicc. The
President's great, kindly heart pitied
the young man, and ho sat down for
half an hour's conversation with him.
Eloquently did he plead for wife
and child. With tears in his eyes
he told tho President that ho had
spent every dollar he had in tho cam
Tho President told him that h<
must have the endorsement of thc
Republican "machino" of his Stato
This had never ocourred to tho yornup
man beforo, but lie had no doubl
that ho could do so.
Finally, after much delay, ho sue
oceded in obtaining tho desired en
dorsement, and mado his applicatioi
for a position in tho Stato Depart
mont. Tho appointment was dc
layed from time to tirno, and then ii
went to another. Gloso investiga
tion developed the fact that ho wai
being "knifed" by tho "machino.'
In other words, the "machine'
wanted to destroy him, becauso o:
his brilliant ability.
When this fact dawned upon bin
ho was almost heartbroken, but he
determined to obtain a position ii
spite of tho "machine." Ile obtainei
endorsements from loading ltopubli
cans all ovor tho Union, but no posi
tion could ho obtain. Kvory doo
was shut against him because he ha?
incurred the displeasure of th
Ho had now been in Washing to
for three months, and his little stor
of money was exhausted. On th
10th day of Juno ho rocoived thc fol
lowing letter from his wife :
MY DAW,INO HUSBAND : I lmv
not received a letter from you fe
four days now, and I am so unens
about you that my heart is sick,
know that there is something tl
matter. Your misfortunes have bec
so great that you cannot write.
But this should not bc, my dei
husband, for whatover may boffl
I you, I have tho fortitude to bear.
1 can only havo you, I will faco po
erty and disappointment.
1 dislike to add to your troub
now, but I must again toll you th
our rent is long past duo, and unie
it is paid by the 20th tho landloi
says we must move out. I pray Gc
that you may obtain a plnco a$ one
for if you do not I hardly know wh
wo are to do. Yet you must not I
discouraged, my husband, for Ho w
in some way provide for UH,
Our little .Too is bright and choc
ful, and ofton wants to know wh<
papa is coining homo.
Your loving wifo, MA ma,.
This lotter only added to hifl sc
row, and in his despair ho mado
last appoal to tho "machino," h
was brutally told that ho could c
pect nothing. That night ho wont
to hm tnjserablo lodgings and wroto
to hts wife :
MY BKI.OVKD WIKK : How can II
write to you? J. dare not toll you)
my real condition, and yet it is bet
ter that you should know. For days, I
now, I bavo not eaton a hito except I
froo lunches in saloons. I mn living j
in a little hall bedroom, scantily fur
nisbed, and tho time tor whioh I
havo rontod it expires to-morrow,
and I have not a cent in tho world,
and supposo that I will ho turned
out on tho street. I oannot cvon
mail this lottor to you, my darling,
unless somo one, through sheer pity,
givos mo a postago stamp. But I
will havo a stamp if I am compelled
to bog or stoal it.
t have found that thero is no such
thing 'xs gratitude among politicians.
Every n an is simply used as long as
ho is se. viooablc, and thou thrown
asido f ir somo ono olao.
President McKinley is a gbod
man, but ho is hampered by this
vicious system of ours, whioh parcols
out everything to thc political boss.
Ile is uttorly holploss in their hnnds,
just as all Presidents are.
Oh, that I woro back with you and
our child, and could find all this
cursed political muddle only a horri
ble dream. Sometimes I thiuk until
T am almost mad, and but for your
sustaining love 1 fear that despair
would drive mo lo madness or sui
What am I to do ? That i.s. tho
question which has burned itself into
my brain, and haunts mo both day
and night. Our rout past duo at
homo, and 1 without a dollar in tho
world-yea, without bread. Oh,
God ! what shall I do ? Lot mo
think, love. To-night I shall pray
for inspiration, that I may know j
what to do. And now, dear love,
?Ood night. Kiss our boy for mo.
Your dovoted husband,
P. S.-It is 12 o'olock midnight.
I havo just purchased a stamp with
tho money I reoeived from holding a
man's horse while bo went into a
saloon for a drink, and will hasten to
mail you this lottor.
Again, good night. J. F.
All night ho tossed restlessly on
his bod, but no inspiring genius
carno to light up bis miscrnblo hall
bedroom with a singlo ray of hope.
In tho morning I met him, and I
could road roal madness in his oyes.
Ho laughed hilariously when I in?
! vitod him to broakfast with mo.
"No, thank you, old boy," said ho ;
"I am dining at thc Arlington now."
Later in tho day ho wroto a wild
sort of lottor to his wife, saying that
a good position had just boon offered
him, and that be would bo homo in a
few days, with money for their ?in
That night ho collapsed, and tho
next morning, when I callod, ho had
a raging fovor and talked incohe
rently. I bad him removed to the
hospital, and in three days he was
Then I took it upon myself to call
lipon thc political bosses from his
State, who constituted tho "ma
chino." I told thom tho story of bis
sufferings and death, of thc almost
starving wifo and babe. I appealed
to thom for money to buy a coffin,
and for enough to send his body
home and bury it. Thoy all, with
ono accord, said "No."
My hoart bumed with indignation
as I turned away from them in dis
gust. I did not even bolong to thc
samo political party of which ho was
a member. I was only a poor news
paper scribbler, but 1 decided that
ho should havo a douent burial. So
I took tho money which I had laid
asido for my summer's vacation, and
bought a casket and startod for his
How could I over break tho nows
Just romembor that gray hair will
novar bacomo darker without holp.
will bring bnok to your hoir tho color A
of youth. It never fails. <^
It cloansos tho ecAlp also, and
frovopta tho formation of dandnilT.
t foods and nourishes tho bulba of
tho hair, making thom produce a
luxuriant growth. It stops tho hair
from falling out, and givos it a fino,
91.00 nbotllo. At ?lt drugghU.
If you do not obtain Ml tho bonefltt
you oxpofltotl from tho uio of tho Vigor,
wrlto tho doctor ohout U,
Addrou, Da.J.O. A Y KU.
to his wife ? That thought haunted
mo every moment. Every ollokety
oltok of tho wheels seemed to ask mo
At hud we vouched the station,
and I lo i t the train and prooured a
conveyance to take tho remains to
the cottage At tho door T halted
and hesitated. Fnally I summoned
up oourngo and knookod. A pale
faced but beautiful young woman
answered tho summons. I know, in
stinctively, that I was in tho ptes
unoo of his wifo.
A terrible lump was rising in my
throat, and I folt that ? must spoak
at onco or give it up altogether.
"Madam, it grieves mo to toll you,
"Oh, God, he is dead !" she sobbed,
for at that moment she caught a
glimpse of tho solemn black cusket
coming up tho stroot, and fainted.
Sho novor regained consciousness,
and that night, as I sat by hor side,
sho opened hor oyes, an unearthly
smilo lighting up her face, and with
her palo, thin hands outstretched,
cried : "Love, I'm coming ; wait for
I buried thom both in ono grave,
and thoro thoy sloop side by side,
while tho "?n .chino" still controls
tho politics of tho State
Thoro was no ono to take caro of
tho baby, so I brought him back to
Washington with mo.
Just ns I finish theso linos ho is
damboring up on my knoo, his olear
blue oyes looking into mino.
"When will my papa and mamma
tum ?" says baby Joe, looking stead
ily into my face, and I-well, I can
not answer him, for that trouble
some lump is rising in my throat,
and tho tears come, unbidden, to my
"Don't cry, my other papa," says
little Joe, and I press him closo to
my heart with u hearty "God bless
you, my boy."
Go to sloop, dear baby boy, and
dream of papa and mamma, and of
their coming, whioh will novor bo.
Thoy havo gone to return no more.
Tho "mnohino" mowod thom down
like stubble. They wore viotims of
political ingratitude and hoartlcBs
B. B. B. FOR BAD BLOOD.
A Trial Bottlo Will Bo Sont Froe to the
(toaders of Tho Courier.
Bad blood causes blood and skin dis
eases, eruption!), pimples, scrofula, eat
ing sores, ulcors, canoor, eczema, skin
scabs, eruptions and sores on children,
rheumatism, catarrh, itching humors,
oto. For theso troubles a positive spooiiio
euro is found in B. B. B. (Hotanio Blood
Hahn), tho most wondorful blood puri or
of tho ago. It has boon thorin,:,ly
tostod for tho past thirty yoars and has
always cured even tho most deep-seated,
persistent ensos, after doctors and pat
ent medicines had all failod. B. B. B.
cures by driving out of tho blood tho
poisons and humors which causo all
tiloso troubles, and a euro is thus mado
that is pormauont. Contagious blood
poison, producing eruptions, swollen
glands, ulcerated throat and month, otc,
ourcd by B. B. H., tho only romody that
can actually euro this trouble. At drug
gists, $1 per largo bottlo; six largo bot
tles (full treat ment) So ovory reader
of Tim Cou ni KU may test B. B. B. wo
will send froo and propaid a trial bottlo.
Write to-day. Modical advicofroo. Ad
dross Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Filtcon Mammoth Locomotivo Fnginos.
Ono of tho Hf toon mammoth locomotivo
engine!) whioh tho Southern railway i'.i get
ting out. for oxtra heavy freight business,
arrived in (?reenvido yesterday morning
and was tho conter of attraction to a
largo number of pooplo during its several
lunns stay hero. Tho big onglno carno
boro from Salisbury and returned to
Salisbury yostorday afternoon. Fiftoon
of these onginos havo boen ordered and
thoy aro hoing mado at Ki.dimond, Pitts
burg and Philadelphia, but so far only
two, from tho Pittsburg shops, havo boon
dollvorod. Six aro to Ito put on tho run
hotweon boro mid Spoucor, N. C., and
sovoral will bo run hotweon hero and
Atlanta. Thoy aro tho largest onginos
ovor put on rails for regular work. Tho
cylinder is 21 inches in diamotov with a
2(1 inch stroke Thoir driving whoota
aro D foot in diameter and thoy carry 200
pounds Of steam pressure. Tho weight
18 about 85 toiu, wliilo tho average en
gino is only about (K) tons. Tho now
engine carries 40 loaded cars or 75 omp
tics, whllo tho ordinary engine carrios
about-10 loadod or 45 om pty cars,-Dally
Nows, Novombor Sd.
To purify and onrioh tho blood,
strongthon tho nerVOS and Invigorate tho
system, uso Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor
Modioino. Sold by J. W. Boll, druggist,
Dispensary Noods a Searching Investigation.
It would tako a wholo court room of
XXX Philadelphia lawyers to koop up
with tho business in which tho Board of
Control and its X omployoos aro now en
gaged. Tho faot ia, both aidoB aro guilty
of things whioh thoy ought not to havo
done lt is simply a question of "pot
calling kottlo blaok/' Some constituted
State authority must look into tho dis
pensary system. If, needs a noarohing
investigation. Tho charges and counter
charges' now hoing made aro not to bo
rolled upon. Wo want to soo tho system
fuirgcd of ovory Bomblanco and Ind uenoo
hat may or 1U?B oorrnptrd tho State
Board. Lot thoro bo no samples of
whiskey bestowed by wholosnlo ooncorns
a? a bate for orders. We despair, how?
ovor, at such a thing ns purifying the
State whiskey shop. Close it up and try
te run the system on some other plan.
?t??&?s t?ie food mure ?Si
Tho Perils of a Drifting Soul.
The British steamship Booobdono j
On be?* last voyage from Hamburg]
and Newonstle was oaught in a Hold
of ice, and for many days was in
groat dnngor. Tho oakes of ico woro
thick and somo as largo ns tho vcssol.
Thoro woro no turning around nor
backing, and little going ahead. On
ovory side tho ioo-cakes orashed to
gothor, piled themselves, and
orunohod against tho vessol's sides,
grinding and oroaking and pressing
hard against tho pintos. Held in
this icy grip tho vc?sel drifted far
out of her course, nnd though sho
finally escaped from tho cold embrace
of tho ica-flold, she was many days
Into in roaohing port. A drifting
ship is always in danger, nnd so is a
drifting soul. A ship is nover so
safo ns whon by compass and ohart
sho is Bteorod through opon water
along bor proper traok to her accus
tomed haven. A soul is nover safo
unless guided in harmony with God's
will along the path of duty, toward
tho harbor of heaven. The drifting
soul is in constant poril of awful
How's This I
Wo offor Ono Hundred Dollars Howard
for any oaso of catarrh that cannot bo
curod by Hall's Catarrh Curo.
F. J. Chonoj & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Wo, tho undersigned, bavo known F.
J. Chcnoy for tho last 15 years, and bo
liovo him porfoctly honorablo in all busi
ness transactions and financially ablo to
carry out any obligations mado by thoir
Wost ?fe Truax, Wholcsalo Druggists,
Welding, Kilman ?fe. Marvin, Wholo
salo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Curo ib takon inter
nally, acting dirootly upon the blood and
mucouB surfaces of tho r ystem. Prico,
75o. por bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho host.
Spanning a Contury.
The Carolina (Spartauburg) Spar
tan sayB : "Uncle Mark Boyd, iu
Sunday. Whon ho was born our
country was young. George Wash
ington died five years boforo Mr.
Boyd's birth. Thomas Jefforson
his 04th yoar, attended Central church
was just entering on his second term
na President. Methodism was also
in its infantry at that time, for John
Wesley had passod away in 1791.
It is lathor a wonderful thing for
ono man's lifo to span nearly all tho
years of this century."
Tho Hashing oyo, buoyant footston and
rosy complexion result from tho uso of
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor Medicino. For
salo by Dr. J. W. Boll, Walhalla.
Dewey is Married.
WASHINGTON, November 0.-Ad
miral Dowoy and Mrs. Mildred M.
Hnzcn wero married quiotoly at tho
rectory of St. Paul's Catholic church,
in V street, N. W., noar 15th, this oity,
shortly boforo 10 o'clock this morn
ing. Tho coromony was porformcd
by tho Bov. James P. Mackin, pas
tor of tho church, assisted by the
Kov. Sidnoy Ilurlbut. Tho ceremony
was of tho simplest charaotor, accord
ing to tho rites of tho Catholic church,
and tho only witnessos bofcides tho
officiating clergymen, woro Mrs.
Washington McLean and Mrs. Lud
low, wife of Gonoral Ludlow, mothor
and sistor respectively of the brido,
and Lieutenant Caldwell, Admiral
O 'S CU Rt FOR
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OmiKh Syrup. Tu?tes Good. URO I
In timo. Hom by <1 niggl tit, tgx
Now York undoubtedly possosses tho
flnost morguoin tho world. It was built
two yoavs ago, and has a oapaclty of 12(1
bedioa, which aro kopt in cold storage
Tho bodiOB aro not mado a growsomo ex
hibition as in Paris, and tho room in
whioh thoy are kopt la not moro repul
sive in appearance than a safo deposit
vault. Thoro aro from twonty to fifty
arrivals a day, and in 1808, 8,122 bodioH
passod through tho morgue. Tho bodies
of unclaimed porsons are photographed
and thoir clothing is prosorvou for n
period Of Six months.
Mrs. F. J. Dioksoh, Westminster, S.
C., wrltos: "Klovon years ago I wao fox
six months unahlo to do my work, and
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor Medicino ro
stered mo to good heall h. Think ono
package of lt worth a do/.on of Zoilin's."
Sold by Dr. J. W. Boll, Walhalla.
During the poriod from May 1, 1808, tc
June 80, 1800, tho United Statos army
lost 10,004 mon, of whom 478 were killod
in battle The bnlance died of disenso,
desorted, committed suicido, were mnr
doved, or discharged by sontonco of com I
martial- _^ ?_
.Thora are 1,185 miles of railway ir
Cuba, 551 miles of which aro controlled
by British oompanlo?,
Bl?c?ousafK? wholesome 1
Wi?nmnti?Hummu.i iii.???H. ln.nJ'
Six Hundrod'Dollar? (rom an Acre of Land.
Hov is Thal ? . .
At a rccont meeting of the Georgia
State Agricultural Society Mr. F. J.
Merriam, who runs a hillside farm
near Atlanta, Qa., in tho course of
an interesting talk made tho follow^
ing statement :
If a man will study his ground "he
will lind it to bo fully as entrancing
as tho study of books. Through
marriage I booamo connected with a
small farm. With my brother-in
law 1 bioko ground in 1898 to moot
thc market demand? in Atlanta.
That year I made only $500, but tho
$115 whioh I roccived from 250 hills
of cucumbers convinced me that J- *|i
was on tho right traok. Tho next
year my sales wont up to $1,984.20.
I got $600 from ono aero whioh I had
planted in potatoos. The next yoar
(1895) I markotod $8,829 worth of
vegetables. This year I found let
tuce to bo tho best sollor, gotting
$791.40 on that article. It was in
1896, however, that I struck luok
and gainod tho final conviction tha^ .
there is money in tho land whon.tho
farmor studies his surroundings. In
that year I sold $5,008 worth of
stuff, of which $704.00 carno from
lottuoo, $583 from turnip salad and
$404 from beete. I -k^op "book
strictly and find that it costs mo ex
actly one-third of what I raiso to
pay tho necessary expenses, includ
ing repairs. In 1897 prices woro
lew and tho moro ordinary vegeta
bles wore in demand, but ovon undor
this stringonoy I made $4,788.60.
Of this $529.55 came from throe
aoros planted in tomatoes, $898.90
from beans and $329.55 from turnips.
In 1898 found tho markot still do
pressed, but I made that year $4,
794.20, of which $732.90 oamo from
turnip salad and $561 from collards.
This yoar, notwithstanding tho very
bad season wo had in tho spring
months, up to tho 1st of August 1
have sold $4,188.65 worth, $G00 of
whioh carno from ono aero planted in
oabbage, and I intend to pookot a
rou; id $10,000 this yoar out of my
Georgia soil under a systom of
deep plowing and thorough tillage ^.
will produce lino orops. Our rod,|
clay subsoils aro rich in plant food.,
Tho Georgia "Cropper" huB been
plowing for years down W'YV?KUXJK
called "tho hard," and tho saree hard
subsoil has boon absorbing all theso
? ears thc plant food from tho thin
layers of cultivated ground as it was
packed down by tho heavy rains,
until to-day it is roady by tho raagio
of modorn improved farming to yield
up its riches in orops that will aston
ish tho eivilizod world. Wo have
striking oxamplos of this in tho
farms scattered hore and there ovor
tho State, which appear like oas^s in
tho desert of surrounding barrenness.
Farms whore thrift is tho order of
tho day, and tho owner looks per
sonally after ovory detail, are objcot
lessons of what wo may expect whon
tho community at largo becomes bet
ter edueatod in modorn farm meth
ods. And tho fact that those suc
cessful mon aro still progressing,
that their crops aro growing largor,
thoir land richer and thoir not profit
at tho close of tho year shows a cor
responding inoroase, goos to provo
that no limit can bo placod upon the
productiveness of our soil and tho
woalth and prosperity, as an agri
cultural community, that wo may
finally aspire to.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Boara tho /Iff
Bignaturo of ClKO^/^ fc?^fU44
South Carolina can olaim half an
interest in Tom Brumby. . His fa.
. thor was born there.-Augusta
Ohroniole. Tho Columbia State, in
speaking of it, says: "Wo had
1 thought of mentioning that fact, but
disliked to mar Atlanta's happiness,
whioh appeared to bo so great in her
' full possession of tho flag Houtonant?
1 But Brumby shows vory . plainly hip
\ good Carolina ancestry.' Ho must
!- bo a very clover fellow, since Doy/oy
likes him, and wo suppose ho i? a big
? onough hero to bo claimed hy t w