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MAY ROB US ANOTHER WAY.
ne'put'1ttti l la s y lnusha'Ii -rbozugh an Appjo
Nm i 11vilm t i11sed on at Falso Cenl-Aus.
Wl%*xm.N ro,D. C., J,ly 10.-Tlerc I
is a r of the semlcluo m11eitioned I
in tlhe Star somte timie agto of vrowd- r
iipg an1 appoinitilment bill through ilhe
presnlit Congress while the litpil,oi
cas have a sale majority inl both
loue-i. Thie result,5 of the ceisus t
just- c.implet.ed. or alleged to be col. 0
pleted. will control the basis of repre
sentation ill ihe lower houtseo of Con
gress for the lext ten years. A pIe
limiiari-y smm'luliary of the results, ill
formally subiitted to the tipubli
caln bosses. it i.-; :-aid. shows large 1
gains re(ccive-d Inl the lRepuiblican I'
Shifts of tie Norhwest, whiill i the
Dei cratit. Soutill-rnii States there is
nMade to aj)pear a1 fallilig off inl popu
laitio which will imAterially reduce
I lite basi.-; of represeitationl. Some of
the lZelmblican leaders in the Senate
Il uitlv urging upon their col
lea~gue that by thw prompt tabula
tion of f1he rt.urn-1s of the eleventh
eeMus it the speetdy passage of an1i
atI(Mnmlnt, bill basud iTCr11, at
ctiuf11atiol of the power of the
ipuhblican party inl the lower Ifoll.uc
em oi lie i. - .,etctially assIIred th:ill
b lte pa-ssk-e of tle .Lodf.ge Eleftion
law. Tey argue that tihle provisions
of the force hill so repigilata to
the getital stetiniei of the coill
111111 itie. il which It iis proposed to t
pu[ tiei inl opt-ratiol, that tile vxe
ellti(ln Of the( LaW. CvNl if' it, ennL be
pa"ssc I bY I h S:Ia:1tv, it is believed,
will1 be pra(lt-ally h1.possible. A nlew -
appor~ti'an ilt. on the oher 1ilumd,
phi.sed by a i%,i-Imblicaui House and
it i. :l aPinroved by it Ptepubli
C:ll .Pres:idwInt, Striking oil, fifteenl or
i wNty rem,reist atives froiml districts
Iow rpIrcsedttd by Demoerats, %id
Ildding thirty or forty iew ieilbers
i- -;tau c tte ed reliably Reulicall,
it is ho< d (, will give a steLady work
11:.. uajority inl the Ho()uts(, for ten
years to coIl(.
The iroubje is with the ie.x (lie t
tio n. Evll tit' t iost recklie paril
san liatlyb iar to sugt 7est, that, flith
lww apportioninli-nt IIll Should hv
m11adeth to applY tf tlit'elections to take
plmev ne"xt N0viIbcr, and for which
a1 1:11. ma h ro iain arve
,h "ly b ( 1 : lo t hie1i 1 .nit,(
n ~ ~ ~ i 1i!1i! A tnative -lig
b"n u .r :Hitni iecd, is tI n tini
id il ~I tilt .n i of Ithe difnn
ain h- '.e'L lu ll fto :uiljnst iiei'
(''n12 ana.ii! distriieh. to ft eiew up.~
parC()l1 I- S1, IonresighIt vilact a
Law I-iI'taliiii'i he districtsas vxi.t
;i in ,IVrst: ut Congress. This, it is
ilmgM :aig i av ill-bratenled Lis
I in (ihi, :id u !, diui a :ll(l ans;wer
tla'pur( t )lit ".1plAtd hv the
Uuf bisproosilonis ]'ot mupported
wit miiet sin-ntgth It insure ifs
I a b Ih 1 I louse :tmI it wIould
t;ulr l.v fA:l Ill In itS t:11 . 8 te lt jIaI
et ii to l-w original idiu of crowd
inIg t(- Inew appo>rtiom1neCnlt bill
thoh b,fore the( vXpirationl of the(
Iy oirst Iongre , ub llic all threle
hn-alchl w. f th , o e n et a ei
t It mi ds if' th le t un party, -wiltout
walitin-g ti tatle any,v risks t ..m next
.i..m i ue elect.' ions. i'lv isfii
i'.2 'ihifIaed;~ id' i a lter scai, of
flt'ou iihe rie lit'v '-un ht fa iitt
ifhi ht u iin en ii!iyi~l wa byi haten
jini all prius ofitcains of' tnewa
' iniunizi-uii based i on t' i thim see
cii fit has" hiui tiiilmadeinu a1esr
Aueiiiig ltiht oneta wie (ontrole
(theN tig ofi''i.:iifiro h
oif ni uhti f 'hlioi its it
in. 'iti~ '' lt' 'l- estoi T~htpn
'uth i. Till i tr i tesoi tt Iie ( 1(i-r
huu (f lu Al e it aployed. i wi Yorkt
Si' t li ; a i ouibu to itn|7,e0l t o t h flit 8 ;1 -
i'poni to ('ui'- tort nling prt
tin,t'u ibe liv t e leadi ers of' fi A he Slg
TlinCut nonenn~l. It. assebe ic hi
Al'o une ths e 'i prte fist wierii Ct.dto
i(li. \\' Shflit. g Luenl taohe of theiig
t:n ist niiftuiore~ o1f lat par of
ieto.whi hiuipt. Til on fes wit
fhu:n fC( . of .ii i 3e1.'l I tr ito iL u 'res
T.h\ liC(t:uibuWi. hitfd Berkley: tOcta-'
vusc Chen. te t rleson Worl iud:'
.C.Ta in itphy.l ofhilesto: H. ot.
ThCast. Shf Edrt'ied and totersita
ton w. th1x:ugyessfte de-lie
layis of the Auguta)t tn, it not
reachnt hereH at tie 0Andguoot he 8:15
trin, to :omh-nwitu coing ui'poi
ofown Ti mne fnere wa
intrensd aly thprrised bf J.Asniht
the\'.D reprdy,i ofewbey SAte W.
Joe, Septebler conr.tion tai. tce
poilation of th conntieman, thefeld
J.Esso. I8 Tindah. bland, inand of
Theomesnft. cn ee
Thecofdence irstn aebled to-bt
tih Agut anti A epcuteualbi li
aurepoter hronclmed rewti
-Th eto l)aton ofndolwmbhere
the0 waein 10,800. The confer-us
takne reshws ivesof,he00.ss
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
-Mr. Blaino favors sole govern
neuit control of Mimsiksippi River
-A Hungarian paper innounces
he death of a veteran of Waterloo, LNt
ged 105 years, in his native village, R
fatszeg. in Transylvania. til
--Colored citizens of BirminIighan H4
Ll,l.. propose to start, a bank there, tic
wNned, oficered and patronized by of
heir own race. with a capital of.50,- at
--'-The newly appointed woman
eputy factory inspectors for the
tate of New York will receive a sal
ry of $1,000 a year and their ex- t,
- Dr. Meredith, a Brooklyn preacher, lei
as established it second reading- 10,
oom for workingmen, where no re- an
triction is placed on smoking cigars sn
Id pipes. so
-A hge tower, eleven stories high, ch
s to be erected at South Kingston, cl
3. I., and dedicated to the advent of ol
nodern spir-it.lisll, by Joseph P. hi
iazzard, a wealthy spiritualist of ci
iat p1lace. P
-George Esliot made $75,000 by of
er great novel "Middlemarch." That i
SIMei more than Gen. Lew Wal- til
ace has yet realized from his very le
)opiular "Ben Hur." George Eliot Cl
lso mIade 35,000 by her "Ioinale." hi
--A St. Petersburg doctor iH stopped
ate at night by a policeman, who n
isks why he is out so late. "To at- s(
end Mr. Popoff, who was taken ill." el
'Did he have a permit to be taken ai
nuddenly ill?" "No." "Then you t
.vill have to go to prison."-Detroit n
Vree Press. n
--Dr. W. Gilmore Thompson, of
New York, has made several success
rill experiments in transplanting brain
tissue from the head of one dog to
that of another, and from ats to b
dog's heads. He is now considering
the practicability of transplaItiig.
hu1num11 brails in the salne way. t
-Augusta is havitig a warm light o
over the c(onfmirmatiol of Postmiaster
Dciil.ng. He is opposed oin several j
I'roun01 lds, inicluidinig phiysicaldisabilit-y 'te
itd it tihitt li olc(e "raised" t
aid approved a bill against the city ti
:1(1 collected on it several hundred NV
drollars more than vas due him. i
. -Au tihe Louisiana parishes so far )
Ihard froiml thme census shows the I
wlife increase of population to have .
been gI'eater since 1880 tian the C<
loretd increase, ald to such an ex- p
eint tit if the pIli4hles yet to be ti
l;ard from tui out, as expected Lou- C
Na: will be "white" by 16,651 ma- 1
-During time fiscal year just closed, ti
lie pensioi ollice issued 151,651 cer- ti
Iiviettes. The niumber issued during cl
the preceding year was 145,292. Of b)
the mnitiiber issued durinrg the past i
year. 66,637 vere original pensions. I
wiicl is anlt iicrease of nearly 15,000 a
as colipared witi tie number issued a:
L111uring tile preceding year. 1i
---A special to the Chattanooga i
i mes says it has been found that the i
collapse of the Briscoe building in c
K noxville was caused by a cave under e'
l he 1building. The centre support 1
1ropped imto a cave of unknown N
deptl, Lot yet explored, but a stone
dmpbpa0. inite it cani be ceara to hit 1
the biottomi "aLway down."f
---A curious fashion has come into
vogue( ini Paris. Ini all the cemeteries
muetial boxes with at slit in the lid area
placed on t he tombstones to receieb
lie catrds of visitors. Tfhe relatives
(of the deceased are'c thuts enabledl to"
see who amtong tile living still cherishl
thle meinory of their departed "
-- -It is stated tihat a G'erlman artill- 11
iry oflicer ha:s succeeded in making ,t
'I new e'xplosive fromn carbolic acid'
hat at shell filed with this material
>ossesse's ia p)owe'r hitherto uniobtaini
-d. Expe)(rimlenits maiide wvith these
hellhs thbrown from mortars have aIll,
tis stated, p)roved highly success- 01
-rigt dispuLte Over ai calf1 at a
:.imaLs Pratirie, Oregon, recently Ed or.
10u(lu1dt hlit Helm McConnell on n
ile hea'ld with aL hleavy plug of to- de
>acco. In order to prevent a suit
htargig hlim with assault with a
le'adly weiapon. Rlinehardt paid $1 0,
>(eSides givig over the calf and the
--Thlere are only five States in the ni
Inionl in wich a schoolmaster can fo
low legally flog a pupil. In all other w
itates a p)upil menaced with corporal sh
mniiislunient canl arm himself with any Trl
('(ret weapon iand use it as he best hnc
an1. MaLssacdlisetts teachiers flog anmn
verfage of two boys per day per be(
-Tfhe guests in an up-town res- n
auranit were considerably shoc'ked re
und then amused the other nighlt to er
cc a -well- dressed woman pour wa'iter bei
mrom a tumbler into a napkin and co
[eliberately wash her face anid hlands- fh
ihe didln't seemi at all disturbed by ki
le snickering, and1( paid her bill as a
adifferently as if it had been for a Ti
j'urkish bathi.-New York World bi
-- During tile eleven months ending thi
,Lay 31st, the European immigrants ti<
rriving in tile United States num- w.
ered a fraction over 400,000-more m
hanii e(qual to the number of inhabi- to
ants of any one of the twelve States th,
f the Union. Nearly one-half camne ed
rom Great Britain and Ireland, the H
tihers from the continent-Italy,
Luniigary, Poland, Germany, Hol
I4am .Jones onl Public Meni. pit
llev. Siama Jones addressed an im.. th
nonise ntudience at the prohibitioni It
ampul grounmds nlear Mounidsville, West lci
irginlia, on Sunday, touchig up fal
tote a nuniber of national characters oi
ni tile course of his remarks. Of av
United States Senator Matthew li
Q~uay, of Penns-ly vania, 1besaiid: "Talk oU
ibout wi1ckednaess. Look at Matt. be
Quay. There* you find it personified. w'
Unless lie repenlts he'll go where the aIl
fire dieth not." col
Turning his attention to President th<
Harrison, Mr.Jones said: "He's small. ou
I saw a picture of him under his mi
g'andfatheor's hat a few days ago. h
Ihey night have put the whole Har- be
rison family under the hat and still leu
have hmad lots of room." n
The Rev. Mr. Jones eulogized ex
President Grover Cleveland in pic
anresque language, saying at one at<
ime: "There's a man with a back- ur
>one0 as big as that pillar there. If as
1e hadn't so much spine he might s&
mave been President still." a
LODGE AND HEMPHI.L.
n 'fture& of the Leatlero III tho EKle-. of
tion, n11 coutet.
There is a striking contrast be- bc
een Mr. Lodge, the leader of the -w
-publicanl forces in the contest. over my
federal election bill, and Mr. 90
m1plhill, who by virtie of his posi- of
n1 on the C0o11nnittee on the election ca
President and Vice-Presidlent, is se
the head of the oppolitioln. Mr. ar
'dge has more contradictory traits m
character than aniy man I know of tb
the House. He is a curious com- a
u1tion of liberal reformer and dema- to
gue; of broad intelligence and bit- C.
partisanship. In his character as PC
rtisan he is admired by his col- b(
4ues and has a considerable fol- to
vimg. As a reformer he has scarcely ti
y following in the House and is tc
eered at by those who are his as
eiates and admirers in his other
aracter. His associates are of two
tsses. Those who follow his lead
the federal election question call bl
in a political dude when he talks bi
l service reform. When he ap- b
ars as a reformer of political meth
Is he is superb but ineffective, but
party intrigue he will go further c
an some of his less intellectual and
ss enlightened associates. He is
ever however, inl the at' sumption of k
gh motive in h1is parLisan action,
id is too shrewd to use denunciation a'
stead of argument. The best pre- P
ntation of his side of the Federal a
ection question that hns been made, "t
id the best that cian. be made, was 4
lat which was made in his Opening ia
gument. He is not an orator anut c
ever rises to the pint of eloquence. C
[is speeches are Iinished literary pro
uctions, and he delivers them with
,I appearance of earnestness. He is
fair representative of the intelligent
t bigoted young Republicans of
ew England, still retaining the
rain of Puritan blood. S
Mr. Hemphill is a good represen- i
tive of the progressive young men
the South. If Mr. Reed, in a
)irit of magnanimity, had so de- n
gned it, he could not have done bet
r for the Democrats than ho did in
te appointment of Mr. Hemphill to
ie head of the minority comnmnittee
hieh was to consider this bill. He
not a fire eater. He is calm, dis- 3
tssionate, logical and a good lawyer. p
would be mnuch easier to throw i
[r. Reed, Mr. Lodge or any other r
>ld-blooded New Englauder into a i
!ssion than to provoke an indiscre
on on the part of this young South
aroliiiiain. He is fair and frank.
[is speech is slow and somewhat g
idting at first. There is never any- c
hg in his imanner to provoke an- i
Lgonisni; he never forgets to be
)mrteous to his opponent, however (
itter that oppenlen)t 1may be. He is p
A as gracefil a writer as is Mr. t
odge, his periods may not be (1ite tj
i well rounded, lie does iot, attempt '.
i imch vleet with his voice, but as i
e advances with his argument, feel- t1
(g what ie says, as lic did on open- n
.g the case for the South in this dis- A
ission, he becomes eloquent without p
Tort and without knowing it. There t
a frank earnestnQss in what he says s
,hich impressess his hearers. His t
ice, his manner and his speech ap- P
cal for fair p)lay, and give promise of
url play in return. His speeches are
me work of a lawyer rather than a
tterary man, but he is a scholarly
Lid as able as is the young statesman -
om Massachusetts. The contrast -
etween the two meon is such as to
ake thenm suitab)le antagonists."
either side could have beeni repro;
'ntedl by3 any one who could p)resenit ~
toecase at openmig better than tile
enl selected 1
Anm expressiont of arrogance is
amptled on Mr. Lodge's fae, anid
me naturally expects some bitterness
his speech. Bitt lie is never dis- a
'urteous either inilanguage or man-a
r. He maintains an air of supIeri-- a
ity, however, which is sometimes 4
eonsive. M. HIemp1hill is extremely ~
>dest and is one of the most amiable
mn in thte House. During the eight "
ten years I have knownt him J have
ver seen him lose his temper in
A Gruesomne liour. a
The law of Minnesota, which re- am
ires that the executiont of a mnur
rer shtall take place between miid
.ht and dawn, has just been en
eed for the first time in the case of 5i
illiam Beodker, who was hanged hi
ortly after midnight at Pinie City. l
w0 Minniesota lawgivers seom to ai
ve desired to add gloom and solem
Ly to a ceremony most gruesome at l
st, buit the hour must be a very in
nvenient and unt imely one for the 3'
arderer himself. Every attentivo
ider of the accounts of execution- 1)
s knows that a baby never enjoys a
,imier and swveeter slumber than a
ndemned murderer the night bo
re Ite is to be hanged. Ho also
tows that lie takes a very excellent t
d hearty breakfast in the morning- y
ie refreshing sleep and the hearty
eakfast are always the features of
e few hours that p)recede an execu- (
mn. But under thle now law there
11 be no such enjoyment for the
ardlerer ini Minniesota. He wvil lgo a
bed after supper, be called* up in
e nmiddle of his sleep, and be hang- a
on an empit.y stomach.-Chicago r.
The Newspaper of thme Fturei.
The newspaper of the future will a
1 itself of the smartness and flip- i
ncy with wvhich the newspaper ofn
o present is to often disfigured. '
j writers will be selected for their
Lrning, careful literary training and u
rness of judgment. Verbosity is ui
o of the most dlreadted terrors of the I
arage newspaper reader. Ho is ti
ely to think that an erudite, thor- t<
ghly informed writer mrust needs n
dull and pm osy. Let us admit that (1
cannot endure lone, dull editorial si
,icles, and that we will not have a
torloss, dry statement of facts in
3 neOWS columns of the jou-nal of
r choice. But it is asking too
ich of human natnre.-newspaper 5
man nature-that the paper shall
crisp and bright without malice, y
trnned and intelligent without dull~ d
ss.-b oah Brook in the Forum.
-On Tuesday afternoon a wind jy
rm swept over Cleveland, Ohio, jj
roofng houses and doing other
unage. At one time the dust was
tinck as to completely obscur' the a
A nother Conventlon Called.
The tenants, hirelings and laborers
every vocation, also those that
mpathize with themn and desire the
itterment of their condition, and 1
.i look upon "Tillmanism" as the
nonym of a landed aristocracy or
nized to op)-ess . and deprive them
their rights as freemen, are hereby
lied to meet at their various county V
tits on Monday, August 4th, 1890, P)
,d to elect delegates to double the
iniber of the members they have in
e General Assembly of the State to ir
convention of laborers and freemen, i,
be held in the city of Columbia, S.
oi August 27th, 1890, for the pur
>se of taking into cor.sideration the -
,tterment of their condition, and, if
und practicable, to nominate a State
,ket, from Governor down, subject I
the Democratic State Convention.
Born With Teeth. for
Yesterday morning Mrs. Carl Kim- Tei
e, cf No. 44 Kindel avenue, gave slo
rth to twins. The doctors who ba<
ere in attendance at the birth of ol
we babes noticed that they were
-ceptionally large and well develop- Ar
1. Greatly to their surprise upon Di
-amining one of the twins it was D
scovered that it posessed two large by
wer front teeth, which are at least s
I eighth of an inch in length and a
erfectly formed. The teeth are of Mi
pearly whiteness and look as natu- lot
d as those of a child six or eight th
aars old. This is a rare occurrence, hih
id a similar one has never been re- th
)rded before. Thero have been
tses where there was one tooth
hen a single child was born but
ever before when there were twins. T
A Man's Simple Rights.
Miss Parkwood: "Do you know
ir, I could sue 3 ou f>r breach of
F"indly Place: "Oh, I guess not.
"Why, sir, did you not ask mo to
"And I consented?"
"Well, I didn't promise, did 1?
.ou were the one that did that. I
re.sunme I have the right to ask you
civil question, have I not, without
UIning the risk of being dragged
Driks Fra' Warm Weather:
"Lemonade and buttermilk are a,;
ood as anything drinkable that you
an find for this weather," said a
"They both are great things tc
iench thirst. They both act as a
leasant tonic to the stomach and
iey have a stimulating quality. But
ley should not be drunk ice-cold- T
hat is, bits of ice should not be in
ic goblet. Let them be as cold as
le ice chest or refrigerator can
make them, but not more than that.
rhen you pour down your throat a p
int or so of fluid that is fresh from
Le ice temporary paralysis of the ~
tomach follows. If a man happens
o be very hot, such a thing not in
re'quently is as fatal as lightning."
Howv many suffer from weakness!
Lnd what a distressful ailment it is..
dways praying for strength and yet
selmng oneself growving weaker and -
reaker. There is great virtue in
L. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) as a
trengthening as well as a healing '
1edicine. Try it as a tonic and see
ow munch better you will feel. It
'ill improve both appetite and diges
on. It is an excellent remedy to use i
hile convalescing. It aids a natural f
ad rapid recovery. In cases where
11 invalid has renmainedi long in bed
ad bedl sores or other ulcers breakU
Lit, this remedy will afford quick
W. Mi. Cheshire, Atlanta, Ga.,
rites: "I haxd a long spell of typhoid [
ver, which at last seemed to settleh
my right leg, which swvelled up
iormnou sly. An ulcer also appeared
hich dischar'gedl a cupful of matter
dlay. I then gave B. B. B. a trial -
1(1 it cur'ed mc."
Tommiy Knew What he Wanted.
Clarecnce (courting Miss Alice, ob
n'ves that her little toddler brother
is been star'ing at him from the par
r doorway full five minutes:) "Why
r'e you looking at me so, Tommy?"
Tommy: "Waitin' for you to pro
ose to Alice."
Alice: "Oh, Tommy, how camne
on to say such a thing?"
Tommy: "Cause ma said if he
roposed you'd fling yourself right
t him, and I wvant ter soo you."
Didn't Know IL WVas Loaded. -
Browvn: "Here's that old pistol
mat hasn't been charged for twenty
Mr's Brown (whorieads the papers:) ld
Take it rigLit out in the yard(, ay
car, and fire itoff." br
Ulcerated sore leg, with a running
are of several years' standing, which ci,
be doctors thought incurable, and li
imputation was r'egard(ed as the only i
3lief, the patient scarcely able to eb
alk before, now runs, apparently a
eli. The cure was madeoby P. P. P., al
uid is known throughout Savannah Qa
a one of the great cures that P. p. P.,
1e wonderful blood medicine, has j.
The best spring medicine in the dr
orld is P. P. P. If you would be
'elI and in good spirits use P. P. P.
wveak and debilitated and run down~
Lke P. P. P. Foi' a spring medicine
cui'e and tone up the general ail
enits of the system take P. P. P.,
?rickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas
Young girls entering the threshold
wvomanhood should use Bi'adfield's
emale Regulator, and thereby avoid
iffering. Sold by all druggists. _
headache is readily cured by P. C
. P., which tones and regulates the
igestion and creates an appetite. bil
Cure your Corns by using Abbott's ea
ast Indian Corn Paint for Corns, cen
unions and Warts. It is great. o
Abbott's East Indian Corn Paint is
quick cure for Corns, Bunions and
% iFICREGULATOR T
pr. SUP IRRE Wo
\ STRLUATION gt
MNTx O WOMAN N"M Rpr u
ArLAF/N RGVUTPR C7 ALMTAM
votu vr.4 cauaamrs. pr
40 11jr Al lutrr1rX31In
'EMALE INSTITUTE. "
:he building isuow modemnized and
?roved as a boarding school until it
econd to none in the South in com
b and conveniences The Corps of - -
ichers engaged for the coming Pe
a Is the best the Institute has ever I
1. No other institute In the South can
3r advantages superior to those of
ed here in the Literary, Music ati
4r. Maclean continues to be the U
e,tor of Music. The patrons of the c
titute, whose daughters were taught W:
Mr. Maclean during the past ses. M
n, are referred to in proof of the in
tozmeut that he is the best. teacher of an
isic who has ever taugh. in Char
to. As originator and director of nc
June Museal Fe.-itival i! this city, in
reputation has extended throughout li
South. Whi. R. ATKINSON,
he Tozer Engine Works
(Sutcessor to Dial Bngia Works.)
IN A.WILLIS, PROPR.,
117 WEST GERvAts STRnET,
N U A ~ N
MI M I- NNfnVlIi
ozer Steam Engines,
L all slzts or both Locoinotlves and return
L-Foundry work in iron and Prass Re.
ring I romptly executed.
INE SHOW OASES,
*D-Ask for cataleg-ue.
TERRY M'F'G CO.. NASHVILLE. TENfe
____ ____A_._A __M
~ ir.hI..A a ian.. . n growth
Never Fai. to Realnro Gray
Hair t' ita' Y>u'nful Color.
-~curc~ e~pI . hai fagt
R (a AFU1' i rIcI..
I I e
A SU EC R FO '
PM.AU & A RA
LIPPEAN ItB08., Wholesale Drugts I
lie Proprietors, Lljpnn'sUle.k, Savannah,Ge.
'OR cORRE(TrINONAUSEA DYSENTERY,
D)larrhoea and Cholera Infantum. A
asan i medlicline of iocalcuable merit, in the
mue circle for child or adult. It Ia popular.
asant, and efllclent. ruly a mother's .
en.Ii soothes and heals the mucous mem
mtes; anud checks the mucous dlscharge
in headl, stomach and bowels. The mucous
cbarge from the head anid lungs are as
mpt l relieved by It as the mucous dis
rge from the b-weols. It is made to relleve
mucous system and curo inoate, andl it
is It.. It makes thie cJrisical perIod of ieef hi
children -afe andi~ esy. It invis;orates andI
Ilds uip the sysem while It is releoving and
leg Ithe wasted tissue. It Is rec->mlmendedl
di usedi largoly by physicians. For salo by
unnamaker & Murray Co., columbIa, s. U.,
LI wholesale by lloward & WVililt, Augusta,
[7 IT1 p ((^"LA I'Elen To R
e Asei81k II endtacho amtO con
mntioni lh a short, time. Prevetis all Mala
I troubles. P'rice flft-y eents. For sals by
ggists and merchan ts. Manufractured by
TlifltBARbRT DRUG CO.,
A'mgt eta. Ga.
ea For aeb l rgitS dmr
rie by w
Ga. Fr ~ae by ll d ugusta, Ga.
AEER 25centnftnrx,rilodo oep
)LLER & ANDERSON
)OK HILL, - - - - S.C,
for their Catalogue giving Prices,
rms and References of Buggies,
rriages, 'Wagons,Road and Phaeton
rts, Harness. etc. All first-class
rk made by hand and warranted.
ices lower than any other of same
tde. Our Vehicles are running in
bry county in South Carolina, and
many counties of North Carolina,
orgia and Florida. All inquines
>nptly answered. In writing please
ntion this paper and don't forget
give your Postoffice address and
n your name plainly.
>ller &.A nderson Rnggy Co.,
ROCK HILL, - - - - . C.
0 IANTER A Mil W !
For Estimates on
inning, Harvesting and other Ma
inery write to the undersigned,
io will guarantee the goods they
[y offer in all respects, and make
Atters interesting both to consumers
We will also furnish everything
eded in the line of supplies: Belt
g, Oils, Piping, Fittings, Valves,
spirators, Injectors, Pumps, Etc
W. H. GIBBES, Ja., & Co.,
Columbia, S. 0.
DUR SURPLUS MONEY IN THD
COLUMBIA. S. C.
One dollar and upwards receivec),
iterest at the rate of 4 per *ent. pei
mum, paid quarterly, on the Ara
iys of February, May, August ane
ovember. Married women anc
inors can keep account in their ows
%me. Higher rates of interest al,
wed by special arrangement.
C. J. IREDELL, President.
xo. S. LEAPHART, JAMAS IREDRI,
kuted In. every eansel. sbrewd MM to Mw Iwmd
out sat sarvtee. 112perleso 00 nevensary. rwdoula" rro.
ra Uan Dtecove Bureas. a11 iMd9Caan4,
r25e W IL S ' :i;A1 VED 23C
- .TIWAI UAINOLEAr.yDE
is FIVE GALLONS.
The most APPETIZING and W H F
TP~MPERANCH 13RINK in the world.
rJeicloua and Sparkling. RY MT.
Ask your Druggist or orocer for It
. E. HI RES. PHIL-ADEL.PHIA.
TALBERT & SON'S
E~NUINES AND BOILERS, SA~W MILLS
AND GRIST MILLS
re aick nowledged to be tho best ever sold
In this State.
W~hen you buy ono of thorn you are satlstled
tat you haveouonade no mIstake.
Write fo~r our prices.
OTTON UINS AND
ATr BoTrOM FIGUREiS.
I cant save you money.
. C. BADIA M, Gen. Agt.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
WHomne c,llce and Factory:
Chill1 and Fever Cure. Large bott le. 00eente
*d guaranteed to cure any case of (hills
dietor, Malarlai, IntermIttent ax k tte,
TIlE BAILJRETT DRIUG CO.,
i Y .JERSEY FLATSa. Augusia, Ga.
MAN AND WOMAN.
bP- P- P. will prIfy and vItaltse your
whol cryste atood apetend giTv your
gA puninent railroa suprtendent at
sint anu Rheumatism sa'' "A fAr..Z
P. . P. ho never felt, so wrell in his lIfe, and
aya IsfI ho coul livo forever, If he could
el o oonfueuuout take
P. P. P.
It you aor eel ig aIn the spring
P. P. P.
If your digestive organa need tooning up,
If you stuffer wIth headache, IndigestIon,
debIlIty and weakness, take
If joit suffer wIth rervous preetration,
ner s Astrun n~d a general let down
7or Blood PoIson, Rlhett.natlsm.Scrof.
ua l o res, Malaria, Chronlo enale
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best blood purifier In the world,
LIPPMAN BROS., Whelesal. DruggIsts,
H. 0. BOWEN,
Attorney at L.aw,
PicKENs C. H., S. CQ
Si Money to loan on easy terms,'
on well secured paper.
Office in Court House. July 26'88.
WELLS & OU, J. E. Bow0s,
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
WELLS, ORR & BOGGS,
Attorneys at Law.,
PICKENs, C. H., S. C.
M. F. ANSEL, C. L. HOLLINOWOR Tn
Solicitor 8th Circuit. 1'ickens, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
ANSEL & HOLLINGSWORTH,
Attorney, and1 Connaelor's
PICKENS C. H., S. C.
Practice in all the courts of the
State, and attention given to all busi
ness entrusted to them. mrh 14-88tf.
HILL & wELDON,
122 Main St, - - GREENVILLE, S. C,
mili Gas given every Thursday and*
Friday, and teeth extraeted without
D R. FRANK SMIT H
Is now permanently located at
Easley, S. C., and respectfully offers
his professional services to the public
generally. Jan~ 2 .90.
R.J. P. CARLISLE,
GREENvILLB, S. C.
Office over Westmoreland Bros. &
Duke's Drug Store. Jan. 1 '898.
M. NORtWOOD, D. D. s.4
-D E N T I ST,
GREEN VILLE, - - - S. C).,
Corner Main and Coffee Strets.
DR. J. B. C ARPEJNTER,
Will be found at Liberty on and
after the 24th inst. He guarantees
all his work to be first-class. feb 18'9.
J1. 0. Fitzgerald,
(iroenville, - - . . o
ISa Over Westmoreland Brothers
Drug Store. All work done by the
instantaneous process. Also make
enlargements from aId pictures to
any size in water colors, crayon, Ina.
dia ink, oil and plain p)hotographs.
oct 24 tf.
MANSION HOUSE I
TH,1E MANSION HOUSE HAS
?been newly refitted and excel
ently furnished. It is firstrel s in
all its appointments, and is oner t the +4
best hotels in the South. S uated
on the healthiest and most do htful
ciyi h onty tofr UPE.
TI'OS and tourists; and th risine
onnot be excelled in any.