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BY JA YNES, 8UELOK, SMITH ? STECK.
WALHALLA, SOUTH CAROLINA, NOVEMBEK 23, 1800.
Now is the
Lot No. 1. ]
our special barg;
$10; our bar gai
that beats the re
Be sure and see
wi!l pay you. Call
Shoe. Also our Ladie
and our Men's Shoes,
HELD IN SENECA ON THURSDAY AND FRI
DAY NIGHTS, NOVEMBER 9 AND 10,
WHS ii w?mm IN EVERY
Paiticular-Many Awards Wero Made-'-Thc
Gales Ajar"-Thc Visitors-City Briefs.
S KN icc: A, S. C., November 20.-Tho
Fourth Annual Flower ?Show was
hehl by tho Oconeo Floral Associa
tion in tho town hall of Seneca on
Thursday and Friday nights, Novem
ber il and 10. The display of
chrysanthemums was unusually line
and the number exhibited was far in
excess of previous years. A grow-]
ing interest was manifested by a
number of exhibitors who have en
tered the list of flower growers dur
ing the past year.
Tho hall was beautifully and ar
tistically decorated with evergreens
and rich-tinted autumn leaves. At
tho upper omi of tho hall was a
raised platform, which was banked
with palms, ferns and gorgeous
chrysanthemums. Directly in front
of this dais, or platform, was a beau
tiful design, made of golden rod and
silver leaved sedge, in the form of
"Tho Gates Ajar." Down the sides
of thc hall were ranged tho fall beau
ties. Potted plants, cut Howers, in
various hues of gigantic si/.e, vied
with vases of )aro, fragrant roses,
down tho center of the hall.
Among tho most beautifully made
pieces was one which showed tjio
skillful hnndiart of Mrs. L. W. Ver
nor. It was the yacht "Columbia,"
the defender of America's cup. It
was made of yellow and white chrys
The on tiro occasion was one of
great pleasure and a nice sum was
realized by the association.
following isa list of the premiums
and awards :
AWARDS ON l'A NOV WOltK.
Host worsted quilt, Mis. B. A.
liest silk quilt, Mrs. W. 1*. Uoid.
Host patch work, Miss M. li.
liest embroidery on linen, Mrs. W.
Host embroidery painting on linen,
Mrs? Burt Mitchell.
Host Hattenburg lace, Mrs. T. AI.
liest knitted lace, Mrs. IL A. Gil
Best darned not, Mrs. li. A. (Jil
Best drawn work on linen, Mrs. L.
?Second best drawn work on linen,
Airs. W. O. Hamilton.
Best sofa pillow, Mrs. L. W. . or- !
Best tatting, Mrs. T. M. Lowery.
time to buy your Ol
. . . o
Mice enough and go<
ain price only $3.
n price only $5. Lc
?cord. Would be a
) these three Lots of Siiii
and see our Ladies' $2
s' 75c. every-day and Simd
, from 85c. to $3.50.
Best oroohot, Airs. J. ll. Jones.
Bet quilt, Mary Julia Heid.
Best embroidery on linen, Amy
Largest collection, Mrs. O. F.
Uest vase, rod roses, Mrs. (). P.
Best vase, white roses, Miss Bessie
Best vaso, yellow rosos, Mrs. M.
Bust geranium plants, Mrs. M. W.
Best geranium out blooms, Miss
Second best geranium eut blooms,
Mrs. L. W. Jordan.
Best collection of ferns, Mrs. li'.
Best palm, Mr?. ,J. VV. Stribling.
Best design, Mrs. L. VV. Vernor.
Best plant grown by child, Nannie
I'llUV8ANTUKM U MS.
Best dozen single stem, Mr. M.
Best singlo stem, Mrs. M. \V.
Best plant, three blooms, Mrs, L.
Best plant, five blooms, Mrs. II. J.
Second best, Mr. Stokes Stribling.
Best plant, nine blooms, Mrs. L.
Second best, Mrs. L. VV. Vernor.
Largest out bloom, single stem,
Mrs. L. VV. Jordan.
Best vase of three, ono color, Miss
M. IO. Abbott.
Best vase of six, all different, Mr.
Second best, Mrs. M. VV. Coleman.
Best vase of six, one color, Mr.
Second best, Mrs. L. W. .Jordan.
Largest collection, cut blooms, Mr.
Second largest, Mrs. M. VV. Cole
Largest collection of plants, Mr.
Second largest, Mrs. M. VV. Cole
Best pompons, Mrs. L. VV. Vernor.
Thc following Seneca locals were
roeeived too late for publication in
last week's issue :
Miss Leila Sloan, of Charleston,
was a guest of Mrs. Coleman during
the llowor show.
Miss Lillian Vernor, of Walhalla,
was with her sister, Mrs. J, M.
Strother, during tho flower show.
Airs. Ban' Sloan and Miss Suo
Sloan, of Clemson, were with Mrs.
Frank Sloan during tho flower show.
Mrs. Burt Mitchell, of Westmin
ster, spent tho timo with various
friends during tho flower show.
Mesdames B. A. Gilmor and J. A.
Ballonger were at Mrs. Kohl's dur
ing tho flower show.
1er 22 to
Lothes, while you C?
its in TI
od enough for anyb
Lot No. 2. Would 1
)t No. 3. Any color
bargain at $14. Rt
ts, for it
Mrs. J. P. Lowie and Mrs. ll. P.
Winn were among tho Clemson visi
tors to tho flower show.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Meakin and
Dr. ?. M. Coleman, of Lavonia, Ca.,
spent a few hours in Seneca on Mon
Mrs. L. NY. Jordan is visiting rela
tives in Union, (.Tinton and Green
Mrs, Annie Earle, widow of the
lalo ?Senator Karlo, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Eugenia Lowery, at pres
Miss Fannie Lowery lins ns her
guest her pretty young cousin, Miss
Mattie Sullivan, >? Kort Madison.
Miss Hawthorn, of Greenville, was
the guest of her cousin, Mrs. T. E.
Stribling, last week.
lionas This ? .
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Howard
for any caso of catarrh that cannot bo
cured by Hall's Catarrh (Juro.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Wo, Ibo undersigned, havo known P.
J. Cheney for tho last 15 years, and bo
lievo bim perfectly honorable in all busi
ness transactions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by their
Wost A- Trunx, Wholesale Druggists,
Wabling, Kilman ?i Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hail's Catarrh Curo is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surfaces of tho system. Pr i co,
75c. por hol ile. Sold by all druggists.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
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innaloo Items-Col. Long Saw Stars.
TIKI A i.oo, S. C., Novembor 15.-Thorn
is corlainly moro wheat being sowed this
season than has boon for many years.
Wu noticed some holds, and big ones,
too, with perfect stands on them. All
WO have scon havo been pl an toil in a nico
pains-taking manner. Wo aro glad to
seo tho farmer awakening to his hotter
interests and determined to make Ins
supplies at homo. Now if wo will just
make all tho fortili/.ors wo uso it won t
matter to us ?tow high guano goes. We
seo, too, that some of our best and most
thrifty farm ors havo a good deal of stub
bio turned. So much for this porfootly
Wo took in Children's Day at llothol
last Sunday. Thoro were a great many
present and tho oxercises were good.
Tho children Bhowod that, tboy had had
proper training at tho schools t hey had
attended. Miss Fannie Sheldon and
Messrs. Jennings and MoGuiro havo
made good and lasting impressions on
tho young people of that community.
Tho decorations woro elegant. Wo doubt
if tho Seneca Floral Association could
havo shown moro beautiful chrysanthe
mums and other Howers than was dis
played there. Tho dinner, of which all
wein invited to partake, was bountiful
and just goody good. Many of us woro
disappointed hy tho Kev. W. S. II am I tor
failing to be there to preach in tho after
Wondor wir tho two ince, good old
gent lemon wore who took in tho horse
swappors' convention and lost thoir
horse collars ?
Will have to closo and tako a rest, as
wo aro a blt sleepy. Sat up all night to
seo tho stars fall. All wo saw was when
we 'vent out to mako an observation and
st. jk our hoad against a post. Wo sure
saw stars thou. i>.
Mrs. F. J. Dickrc u, Westminster, S.
C., writes: "Eleven years ago 1 was for
six months unablo to do my work, and
Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor Medicino re
stored mo to good health. Think ono
package of it worth a dozen of Zoilin's."
Sold by Dr. J. W. Hell, Walhalla.
m get them for ne
e o . .
tiree Lo ti
ody. Would be a
3e a good bargain
or style you want
^member our special
Schloy to go to South Africa.
Tho fact that Hear Admiral Schloy
has been ordered to proceed on board
tho Chicago to South Africa ha?
caused a ll utter in political circles
and bas sot tho newspaper men to
speculating. His mission is a secret,
but it will not bo a secret many days.
I Ho is not expected to interfere in I
any way with th< conflict now going
on between tho Hoers and English.
lie is directed to cru iso in thc South
Seas "ostensibly to seek information
which may be valuable to the United
States in such directions ns circum
stances and conditions may suggest."
He is also expected to make a close
study of tho English transport sys
tem at thc other end of tho cruise to
see how it compares with the trans
port system of tho United States.
The war with Spain developed thc
fact that our people m ny lonni a
good deal on this su h j oct. The pa
pers add, ns if they wore imparting
much information: "Ho will bc
given wide discretion in various di
rections, so thnt bis cruise may or
may not bc one of more than ordi
nary interest and importance," all of
which goes to show that thc public
lins not boon much enlightened on tho
Weary women need an occasional dose
of Dr. M. A. Simmons' Livor Medicine
to strengthen their nerves and invigo
rate their systems. Sold by J. W. Doll,
$400 or Twelve Months.
Alberton Tribune : "Wo under
stand Judge i'roffit's refusal o' a new
trial to Doolans, tho Ra bun county
man, sentenced to pny $400 or servo
twelve months in tho chaingnng, bas
been aflirtned by tho Supremo Court.
1 mckinn has boen in the Elbert jail
unco bis conviction Inst February,
pending tho Supreme Court's decis
ion. Ho was convicted of soiling
whW:oy." Wo imagino this is "Big
Andy." If it is, bc is well (but not
favorably) known herc. Ho lins
sold hundreds of gallons of liquor in
Walhalla. No doubt tho sentence
nbc ve mentioned is just.
:<niKh Syrup. Troaert (Iwiil, UFO
III limo. Sohl by tlmi?KlM?
Larry Gantt on tho Dispensai y.
Col. T. Darry Gantt is generally con
sidered the daddy of tho dispensary law.
During tho recent dispensary contro
versy there has not como from Col.
Gantt'8 versatile and facile pou a single
worn on the subject. (Joh Gantt iS in
Columbia this week and yesterday he
was twitted about his dense silence on
tin Mspensary. Ho replied as follows:
"O ?a a negro was hunting and his dogs
ticed a skunk in a hollow log. The negro
ohoppod tho log open and then tho smell
of the skunk at. once got in a full day's
work. Tho negro turned oil" in disgust,
saying: 'Von ain't no 'possum; you ain't
no coon. [ dunna w'at you ls, but I's
gwinter go off an' loff you (or stink your
fool self to death.' "-Columbia Kccord,
i arly half th eir
bargain at $6 ;
for anybody at
and at a price
price is only $8.
Russia and Japan.
There are growing signs of war
in tho East, and there arc continued
rumors of tho strained relations be
tween Russia and Japan. Hurry
orders have been received by the
builders of the .I ap??ese battleship
now in process of construction nt
Clyde Bank, to complete tho vessel
as speedily ns possible. Tho new
ship, which will bo one ol' thc largest
nllont, is to be finished by Janu
ary 1, 1000. It is believed that
these instructions arc thc result of
the increasing tension between Japan
and Russia. A large Russian Hoot
intends wintering in Nagasaki har
bor, and some remonstrance by .Injinu
in probable. Prince Henry, of Prus
sia, tho commander of thc German
squadron in the North Pncilic, is
walebing the progress of events. Ho
recently declared in the course of a
conversation that, the Japanese army
was in splendid condition from thc
[European point of view.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Clemson's Dross Parado.
The Clemson exhibit was tho first day
of tho fair conceded tho placo of highest
honor, hut thc best part of the exhibit
was not in ovidonco until tho boys them
selves carno. They furnished enthusiasm
and sport for thc crowd and contributed
in many ways to the good feeling and
free and easy manner of the crowd. Yes
terday tho regiment of cadets gave a dross
parade in tho arena of tho fair grounds.
The formation was a pretty one and was
much enjoyed hy tho immenso crowd
whioh kept pressing closer and olosor
and intorforod somewhat with tho move
The regiment is commanded by Maj.
Shanklin, acting colonel, and is composed
of two battalions oommandod by Majs.
Klugh and Martin. Tho six company
commanders aro cadet captains Cangh
man, 8. (). Mauldin, Kinslcr, Lylos, C.
E. Mauldin and I'oarmon. Tho cadet
adjutant is J. K. Sullivan, and Liout.
Goorgo is quartermaster. Tho regiment
went through the manual of arms in
pretty style and executed tho Hold
movement splendidly. Tho band of '20
pieces led hy Cad ot W. Gb Hill playod
well and gave tho corps a quick, lively
To-day at 11 :S0 tho rogimont will pa
rado in tho arena, and will pass ill review.
The corps will leave this afternoon at tl
o'clock, and will march down Mainstroot
at 6 o'clock.
Itcgular camp life is enjoyed hy tho
8'I0 cadets at tho fair grounds. Taps
sounded at 12 o'clock and reveillo at 7 a.
m. Sentinch' aro stationed and every
thing conducted in a propor military
j maimer. Tho eadots had a dross parado
of their own Wednesday night, in ioho
dc unit, and silent tho hours before taps
in a jolly, soldierly fashion.- -Tho State,
Tho 'donison College dress parade in
tho Pair grounds arena was much ad
mired by the thousands who saw lt,
Tho drilling of tho corps was splendid
andspoiksIn tho very highest terms for
Ltho military training at Clemson. Tho
battalions mudo a splendid appcarauco
as they marched by tho stand and went
through tho military movements. Tho
State, tho trnstoos, Prosidont Hertzog
Major Shanklin, commandant, aro to be
congratulated on so lino a body of young
mon,-Nows and Coiirior,
PROMINENT M WOUNDED.
DROPPED THEIR PENS AND USED THEIR
GUNS-FIVE MEN GET SHOT.
IDE RESULT OFJ^PEHSIIRY ROW
Ilaseldon Offered tu Fight Ouzls-Hasoldon
Accusod Sollors of Giving Information.
COJJUMUIA, b. (J., Novoiubor 15.
The publications whioh have boen
ni ad o for tho past five wooka, inspect
ing tho conduct of tho State Board
of Control, and whioh hnvo locally
been termed "revelations," have re
sulted in bloodshed, in whioh live
prominent mon of Marion county
have boon wounded, moro or loss
Among tho wounded is J. Dudley
Ilaseldon, of thc Board of Control,
who has boon its chairman for some
time, and his brother, Capt. Luther
M. Ilaseldon, lute Adjutant of tho
Second South Carolina Regiment in
tho Spanish-American war.
About ton days ago J. 1). Ilasel
don offered to fight D. A. G. Ou/.ts,
who, as an ex-etuployce of thc dis
pensary, had boon making charges
of his crookedness. Recently infor
mation was furnished Ou/.ts by some
ono at Sollors, S. C., tho homo of
Ilaseldon, that tho member of thc
Board of Control had his house
stocked with special brands of liquor,
, "Ifascldcn's Choice," otc, tnado tor
him gratis by liquor firms for whom
I ho voted contracts for supplying tho
Yesterday morning Benjamin Sol
lors, postmaster at Sollors, reoeivod
a message from Hascldcn, asking
him to como to his gin, situated noar
the Ilaseldon homestead, and close
up Homo business about cotton. Sol
lors complied, and whilo at tho gin
was charged by Hascldcn with hav
ing furnished Ou/.ts that information
about liquors. Sellers denied ; both
abused each other, and Ilaseldon
drew a pistol.
Sellers said ho was unarmed and
charged Hascldcn with cowardice.
Thc mon then separated. Several
members of Commissioner Ilasel
den's family wcro present at this
Late in thc evening two buggies,
containing Commissioner J. Dudley
Hascldcn, his father, J.G. Ilaseldon ;
his brother, Luther M. Ilaseldon;
his cousin, Aubrey Evans, brother of
(4ov. Ellerbeks private secretary, and
Dr. Henry Edwards, drovo into Sel
lers from Marion, which is ten miles'
distance, and where they seem to
have gone to get anns. All of the rh
wcro armed, there being rifles, shot
guns and revolvers in tho party.
Reports aro conflicting as to how
the shooting began, some charging
that tho Hasoldon party was am
bushed by the Sellers brothers, John
C. Sollors, ono of tho most prominent
men in the county, and his son Ben
jamin, who woro concealed in tho
post ollico. Tho shooting began just
as tho Haseldcns were opposite and
also about twenty feet from tho post
?nico door, where tho buggies
A seemingly reliable account is
that as tho postmaster walked out of
his office he was fired on from the
buggies, tho first shot entering his
nhdomon and the next smashing his
left hand. These shots canto from
tho buggy containing Commissioner
Ilaseldon and young Evans.
Immediately after tho second shot,
Sellers drew his pistol, and, though
perhaps mortally hurt, opened fire
on tho buggy. Tho vehicle contain
ing the other members of thc party
then drove a few feet down the rail
road track, taking tho post oflico
building on the Hank. Thou Com
missioner Ilaseldon got out and ad
vanced on tho building, (iring as ho
At this juncture John C. Sellers
rushed on tho soeno to support his
crowded son and oponed lire In
turning his buggy down tho track
tho rillo of Dr. Edwards fell out and
ho was left unarmed.
A negro, who was an eye-witness,
says Capt. Luther Ilaseldon got. out
of tho buggy and got on tho south
platform of tho building, from which
sovoral shots came.
.lohn C. Sellars was wounded with
a rille ball, which passed under his
right shoulder from tho front and
was cut out nepi (1 e spine.
J. Dudley Ilaseldon was shot
through tho thigh.
Capt. Haseldcn has a pistol ball in
tho left side.
Dr. Edwards received a full charge
of small shot in tho breast and face
Evans was the only man in tho
crowd of six, o:t both sides, to es
capo injury. Moro than thirty shots
wore li rod,
Makes the food more del
HTATKMliNTS OF THU WOUNDED.
Tho wounded aro doing as well as
could ho oxpeoted this evening.
Signed statements woro gotten to?
night from eovoral of tho partici
pants. Dudley Ilnsoldon says :
"Yesterday morning Mr. Bon S?l
lers and myself had some talk about
thc letters. I told him I did not
.hold him responsible for thom, but I
he'iid he had boen making references
to my house, whioh I would not al
low. Ho did not deny this. This
ended in my striking him. After
wards wo apologised to each other,
shook hands and transacted our
business. On parting ho did not
seem satisfied, and I told him I would
give him satisfaction in any way if
he got a friend tcropresont him. Ho
said, 'No. I will givo you ample
notice.' Tho notice I got while
passing tho depot. Ho rushed out|
and opened Uro on me. I returned
tho iiro promptly. Hon Sellers re
tired to tho waiting room and Mr.
John C. Soliera ran out. Then guns
woro fired from thc waiting room.
John G. Soliera Look refugo behind
tho mail crane, from whioh place ho
brod at least ten times."
Tho statement of John C. Soliera
is as follows :
"in tho morning, just after my son
told mo of his outrageous treatment
by the mob at Hasolden's, J. Dtulley
and Luther M. Ilaseldon drove up,
followed by thc others in buggies.
Luther and Dudley got out, taking
pistols with them, and walkod around
thc building, as if looking for some
ono. Then they drove off to Marion.
I Wo expected trouble and prepared
for it. Tho mob returned about
dusk. When tboy reached tho depot
both buggies stopped. Luther Ila
seldon jumped out and ran up tho
stops on the south side of thc depot.
My son was in front of the office
door on tho west side, and I was
writing in tho oflicc. Without a
word being spoken, Aubrey Evans j
fired at Hen, striking him in the
hand. Thou Dudley fired, striking
him in the breast. I ran out, and as
I passed through tho door was shot
through the loft forearm by Luther,
who fired through tho oflico window.
I ran down tho stops firing at Dud
ley and Aubrey Evans, who woro
running and firing back. About
them Hen fired at Henry Edwards
with his shotgun, but after exchang
ing a few shots with him, hu whipped
up his horse and ran oft'. I was
shot in tho bank l?y either Luther or
Dudley Ilaseldon. Dudley Hasol
den took refuge in a negro's out
house, Aubrey Evans jumped in the
window o? a lady's house, while
Luther Ilaseldon went undor tho
platform on all-fours and loft the
dopot running liko a buck. It is re
ported the crowd had coats of mail
manufactured and had them on."
Just a Cough
Thia is ita story :
At first; a slight cough.
At last, a homorrhago.
At first, oasy to euro.
At last, oxtromoly difficult.
quickly conrmors your hack'mgeough.
'f hero is no doubt about tho euro now.
For ovor half a century Ayor's
Cherry Pectoral has boon curing
colds and conghiand nrovonting con
sumption. Two sizos : $1.00 ; 00c.
Keep one ol Dr. Ayer ? Cherry Pectoral
Planters over your hint? ll yon rough.
Write tho Doctor.
If yon linvonnjr complaint whatever,
wi Ito tin- doctor froofr nliout lt. Yon
will rocolvo a prompt roi>ly, without
cost. AddreVi, Da. J. o. AYKU,
A rumor omnmaUug from Amsterdam
sources says that a British regiment was
decimated Friday by Froo Stator?. It is
said that (100 of tho British soldiors woro
killed or wounded, and that :100 horses
Tho Hashing oyo, buoyant footstep and
rosy complexion result from tho ino of
Dr. M. A. Simmons' I.ivor Modicino. For
salo by Dr. J. W. boll, Walhalla.
Ex-Congressman Jorry Simpson,
who has taken ,to farming and stook
I raising, Bold 250 hoad of cattlo tho
other day. "That," ho vomnrked, ns
j ho pocketed tho oash, "outdoes lifo
in Washington, I think, don't you ?"
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T?iiipuiury dcratiKomoiil ot digostlon,
through overwork, worry or montai ox.
oltomont, aro quickly rectified by Dr. M.
A. Simmons' Liver Medicine. Sold by
J, W, Boll, druggist, Walhalla.
?cious and wholesome
"lils soiiB mado thomsolvos vilo and he
ro8tralnod thom not."-Samuol.
A father took his littlo girl of a
few Bummers out for a walk ono
pleasant afternoon. In thoir ram
bles they found thomsolvos near a
lodgo of rooks. Tho tomptingj brooke
oaused tho father to sit dow? and
enjoy it. Almost unconsciously ho
fell nslcop. Tho littlo girl amused
herself in picking flowers and grasses.
Venturing nearer to tho odgo of
tho rook, and looking down, sho saw
n beautiful tlowor, as sho supposed,
just within her roach. Stooping
down and loaning over sho graappd
tho flower, but in doing BO she lost
her hold and foll into tho deptlm bo
low. Her ory of anguish aa sho foll
awoke hor father, who, hastening to
her relief, could do nothing but pick
up tho lifeless form of bia loved ono,
with tho littlo hand still clutohing
tho flower. Tho regret and roniorso
of a lifotimo could uot oancol tho
effect of that moment of negleot.
Thoro aro other parents whoso
children aro in danger, morally and
spiritually, of pitfalls moro destruc
tive than any precipice. The parants
who permit their childron to rim at
largo without knowing what com
pany thoy aro in, or who permit thoir
childron to bo out a night without
knowing whore thoy are, may bo
awaked from their slumber of ' ?Ojg-,
loot by tho cry of anguish that comos
from a lost or ruined lifo.
Parent? may think that their chil
dren aro ablo to judgo for themselves,.
that they aro too wiso or too cautious
to permit thoir foothold to bo lost,
that they aro too well trained to
yiold to tho temptations to ovil, that
thoy no longor need tho care and
oversight of oarlior yoars. Thoy
may, howovor, find that in unguarded
moments an enemy has boon sowing
seed that aro springing up and aro
yielding a harvest of tares.
Tho public was rocontly informed
of a youth of a woll trained Christian
family whoso parents led a vorybusy
lifo. Thoy wore satisfied that "our
boys aro all virtuous and havo no
bad habits." Imagine thoir surprise
to lind that a promising son had
almost ruined himself by oigarot"
smoking. Although under thci,.
daily caro, thoy had not. obsorvofl
that bad companions wore misleading
ono of their household until tho ruhi
ons effects of tho cigarette had \
its murk upon hun. How
frail burks havo been- wrcoko
tho breakers of Btrong'
parents unaware of thc torr?CB
ger of their sons until they JftfflBffl
Many parents are auxin
their childron bo prominent
social world and insist they >. h?
rules of fashion. Motbcva <
their daughters to oard parties,
dances, balls, theatres. Fathers ito
tho same. Thoir childron receive
their encouragement in theso things.
It ia an easy matter to get
children "into the world." "hui,
hard it is to get thom out. Loi,
carried bia family to Sodom. \Vhou
thc angola came, announcing) th?
destruction of tho wicked city, Lot*?
pleading with bis children wa
no avail. They would not bu
his testimony or roport about tho
destruction of tho wicked city, Sodom,
They mocked him, ridiculed
scoffed bim. With ii brokon hoar
ho loft thom to bo doatroyed. '^o
wonder bia wife lookod back. Two
daughters woro thoro. Paronts^dd
not Tend your childron into tho world.
Bo careful "bout thoir assoolatoB.
Thoy may now bo falling over tho
preoipico. How froquontly tho oaso
that the young man or woman has
fallon over tho precipice bofore tho
parents aro awaro of any dangoi,
O. B. Jov vin,. .
Novomber 20th, 1800.
B. B. B. FOR BAD BLOOD.
A Trial Bottle Will Bo Sent Freo to th?
Roailors ol Tho Courior.
Had blood cansos blood
canos, eruptions, pimplos,
lng sores, uleors, cancor?:
scabs, eruptions and sores
rheumatism, catarrh, it
oto. For thoso troublos n j
ono is found in B.
Hahn), tho most wonder!
of tho ago. It has
teslod for tho past tldrl
always cured ovon tho
persistent caeea, nf tor docC
ont medicines had all failed*
euros by driving out of tho bi
poisons and humors which r
thoso troublos, and a ouro ia tb
that is permanent. Oontapdoi
poison, mod nein? ornptio?SS
glands, ulcoratod throat and rrirt
ourod by B. B. B., tho only Hft
can actually euro this trouble
gists, *t por largo bottlo- siv'iY
tics (full trcatmonl) *5, ,
of TIIK CouniKft may tot.i
will scud freo and propatd .>
Write to day. Mod"