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SUMMER RESOi' S.
A SERMON ON THEIR USE AND THEIR
HoW Itecreation lay be Safoly and 1'rop
erly Taken-1orse uactig Vigorou9]3y b
The text of Dr. Talimage's Sunday a
sermon was, Mark vi, 31: "Come ye \
y4.urselvos apart unto a desert place t.
and rest awhile." Following is the I
Here Christ advises His apostles to t
take a vacation. They had been liv- I
ing an excited as well as a useful life, s
and He advises that they go out into a
the country. I an glad that for C
longer or shorter time, iunltitudes of ]
our people will have sumner vacation.
The railway trains are being laden
with passengers and baggage on their
way to the mountains and the sea
shore. Multitudes of our citizens are
packing their trunks for a restorative
The city heats are pursuing the
people with torch and fear of sui
stroke. The long silent halls of suuptu
ous hotels are all abuzz with excited
arrivals. The crystalline surface of
Winnipiseogee is shattered with the
stroke of steamer, laden with CXtir
sionists. The antlers of Adirolack
deer rattle under the shot, of city
sportsmen. The trout. maike fatal
snaps at the hooks of adroit sport smen
and toss their spotted brilliance into
the game basket.. Already the baton
of the orchestral leader taps the muti
sic-stand on the hotel green, and
American life puts on festal array,
and the rumbling of Ih? tenpin alley,
and the crack of the ivory balls oin
the green baized billiard tables, id
the jolting of tei ba-room goblets,
and the explosive uncorking of chamin1
pagno bottles, and the whirl and the
rustle of the ball -room dance and
the clattering hoofs of the rave.
courses, attest that the season for
the great American watel ing-places
is fairly inaugurated. Musi- titet
and drum and cornet-a-pistoi andi
clapping cymbals-w-ill wake the
echoes of the mnoinitains.
Glad I am that, fagged ou A mei
can life for the niost par't will hII.VC an11
opportunity to rest. and tlat. nerve
racked and destroy(tj will thtl :1
Bethesda. I believe iI watei
places. Let not the connnercial thi-!n
begrudge the clerk, or the emlover
the jol-neyman, or the pat'ieilt Ile
physician, or the church its pastr i a
season of inoceimation. liutlir usei
to sport with his children; E( mntiid
Burke used to caress his favorite
horse; Thomas Chalmers, in tie dark
hours of the Churc0's diisrup)t1ion,
played kite for recreation--as I was
told by his own daughter--and tlle
busy Christ said to the busy a)ostles:
"Come ye apartIawhile into the desert
and rest yourselves." And 1 have
observed that they who do not
knov )how to rest do not, kniow i how
But I have to declare I his trIt lio
day, that some of oirl fashioIIIblI
watering places are the tvinpoal tald
eternal destruction of "a mulit 1itl(e
thatt no0 m1anl ('an7 number."(T- :1111 aIoI
the congratulations of tihis scasoll
antid the p)rospect, of the departire of
many of you for the country I Imiuit
utter a note of warning -- plain. r
ne-st andi unmistakable,
The 1irut temptation that is apit o
hover' in this directioni is to leaveI
your' pwvty'i alt homte. You wil!
send the (log and cat and canarvy bird
to be well cared for' somiewher' else;
but the temptatim w'il b>e to heave i
your re ~the room with the
blinid wn and the door boled,.
then you will come back in the
autumn to find that it is star'ved and t
suffocated, lying stretched on the rug
stark dead. There is no surplus of
piety in the watering places. 1 never
knew anyv one to gr'ow very r'apidlyv
in grace at the fashionable sfumme i
resort. It is generally the case lthat
the Sabbath is more of a carouisali
than any other day. and there are
Sunday walks and Sunday ride-s and
Elders and deacons and ministers
of religion who are entirely conasistenit
at dome, sometimes when the Sal)
bath dawns on them at Niagara Falls
or thle White Mountains take the( day
to themselves. If they go to the
church, it is apt to be a sacred p)arade,
and the discourse, insteadi of being a
plain talk about the soul, is apt to be
what is called a crack sermion-tliat
is, sonme discourse picked out of the
effusions of the year as the one most
adapted to excite admiration; and in
those churches, from the way the
ladies hold their faces, you know thati
they are not so much impressed with
the heat as with the picturescjueness]
of half-disalosed features. Four' puny,
souls stand in the organ loft and
squall a tuie that nobody knows, and
worshippers, with $2,000 worth of<
diamonds on the right hand, drop ai
cent into the poor-box, and then thei
benediction is pronounced and the<
farce is endedl.
The air is bewitched with "the I
world, the flesh and the devil." Therea
are Christians who in three or four
weeks i suc'h a place have had such<
terrible rents made in their Christian
robe that they had to keep darn;ing it
until Christmas to get it mlenlde .1!
-The health of a great many peo,le
makes an annual visit to some mim ni rt
spring an absolute necessity; but,i
take your Bible along with you, and f
take an hour for secret pr'ayeri' very a
day, though you be surrounde .1 by 1.
guifaw and saturnalia. Keel) holy a
the Sabbath, though they der.*ounce t
you as a bigoted Puritan. Stand off' n
from .these inatitutions which pr'opose 1
to.umitate on this side the wvater the
iniquities of olden time Badlen-Baden.~
Let your moral and your imnimoral f
health ke.ep pace with your Physical y,
ocuperation, and remember that all a
the waters of Hathorne and sulphur
and chalybeate springs can niot doi
you so much good as the mineral,
healing, perennial flood that breaks
forth from the "Rock of Ages." This
may be your last summer. If so,
make it a fit vestibule of heaven.
Another temptation around nearly
aill our watering places is the horse
racing business. We all admire the
horse. There nieeds to be a redis
tribution of coronets among the brute
creation. For ages the hion has been
called the king of beasts. I knock
off its ooronet and put the crown upon
-the horse, in every way nobler,
whether in shape or spirit or sagacQy
or Intelligence or affection or usefin -
ow to reason on ia siall scale. Thw
tiltir of olden tiuv,, part horse
nd part man. seems to be a Bugges
011 o( the fact. thiat the horsw i
)itethiiig itore than a beast.
Job sets forth his strength, his
ealuty, his majesty, the panting of
is nostril, the pawing of his hoof,
d his eithliusiasmn for the battle
Vhat Kosa Bouheur did for the cat
le, and what Landseer did for the
Ite dog, Job, with mightier pencil,
oes for the horse. Eighty-eight
iues does the Bible speak of him.
Ie comes into every kingly proces
ion, and into every great occasioni
id into every tritllupi. It is ver.'
vident that Job and David im
saiah and Ezekiel and Jeremiah aml
rohn were very fond of the horse.
le came into much of their imagery.
k red horse-that meant war: a blal
iorse-that meant famine: it pAL
iorse-that meaut, death: a whit(l
iorse--that. I-1mat victory.
As the 13i1le makes a favorite ol
the liorse, the patriarch and th<
propliet and the evaiigelist and th
itpotle. stroking his sleek hido iLl
patting his rounded neck, and ten
derly lifting his exquisitely foried
hoof id listening with a thrill to th<
11 unp of his bit, so all in great na
h es m ll ages have spoken of hin:
im enieoniastie terms. Virgil in hi,
Gieorgies Ilmost seeis to plagi lriz(
rroimi the description of Joh. Tli
luke of Vellngton would not. allow
my one irreverently to touch his ol
war-horse, Copenligei. (ln whom 1t(
bad ridden fifteen - hours without dis
lmounting at Waterloo; anid when ol
(Copenhlagen died, his 1unsterorlere(
a military salute fired over his grave
John loward showed that Ie di(
1ot exhiaist mill his syIIIpatIi(-s in pit
yiig the race. for When1 si(hi he wvrit Wi
homile: "Has miiy old ebie hiorsi he
COMIC sick or Spo(iledrI?
Bill wu dlo not. thiik tha t Iihat t.1
Speed of 1lwv iiorse sIuIIldt b e4i1t u ll'
cd at the 'X el('IISU of dit.i!i ,
dati'nl. I Horse rIlc-ts inl Alh il I iin4
were untl: (I 'le ball (f (lrist i; WOi 3)0
p ti l and il our(I)t %h the sinu. ilnstitu
tIonI) cowne up Ilndkic ficti'1i ;
hug iouis (xerit-s. Ali it i.a enllede
I;IvS.i ! t l 4;.i4 it i citllc( th I .S I II.1i
hilii "a li'ieiiiall fairn tuge stoJlive \:i
Ii iigig uii It lii rI ovilnk )\, I I ili t 11,
i o*t i t a l ig IIil 1 (.licst. I,
(.i ve t ii A ut o it . lo Sa1ue c I at iI
andf fh - an het 1in , of tle, suuil. Il
1e I1tru lleeiness, ui ld tI h I Sule N I g.
I heir ge a9)iiildg I lieni s lut l )iit ona I lii
tha't were to bc foulil ufld'r1 thw old
11o1.8 raiielig SY;(-Ill.
Inlever lillew at Ilall Yet %0)., cil'i
give tiiself to tl e pleasii uri s of hi
ttu-f for ait olig Ie ofti elic, iuld n-t
bev bat tered Inl m. orals. Th'ley blook Ill
11heir iam,tii' ii, tindu'ni aw t huliii
t;)sport ig . l(' rt 1111 ligh I thlI ci.tr,
and taiv Clhe reins ittut dasli downi
the roa to pwnliThe g ri .t
d1.vy 0t01 :enld lonlse itraIchl.
and Cape a y, tnid nIaral t ii the
f(her wsteein. phtes. I dy At of.
It(-S. hi hoeuls ae t r<iii eid,1]
ierly ver ri. to nd ctliage ist .
iant there ar 11'v-1--pectable o 1mt
le ininglg with b k jokys, aiui gm
i'er, ul i d hi tIn s , i n ofuT m ln
iiil(h al 1Jhy iI woin. T e barten'
;uerit stirs lt i brany-slsh. kTh
>eis crm oil'h.u Thcet -hoeor s,
-uppaouind all ingfir buti their
nneyJ soo enoug t1 111 lsei it Three
v'ieks bfori - e the r nake placithe
'tugglebitv d acidd wand t'hed annid
hefl secretlinow oni wih 1'tiee-d o
>t their moey. Thei th wo miia n on
he l horse ridig arudsilo l before
himier.Lnggfrom thetnlisr from'
ibsored got theruglooin o flit
n'sel fnd tmet t thamtgi mn lthey t'kea
dryn horest'foundh tikpcts,ti
wh rf ol tert' e-i' tokt-bk andi
horembnes. pM'men-okin1 tonse
imiytio khorsn milthet wordr OV(i
ie arong fithewng t ii' mthere is
VhSig slit:u-o in this ring, raingy
vrt mebriety, and wihi hraud aind
with'm' pofanity,old w'it h rin --black'
ugek n blkhioot black lflau. Neckll
.Ah,tmyfolindis, have nhig to doi
we:itlhors ainlu isi ati t hle.1mi I
inunm )te. sLong' mao he Enlis'hgov
)1rnment ot shrug dooing to thes
tufo thi'ed dragoon mind uilgh t cav.
drydoorsed Toe foundnt that' thle
urfodepreias th'e-rstock, nd it is
ret wore yfor men. Thongmhs Huithes
uid temberbmpaiamoftet, mayth
mh ord known anlte torl iover
caingi am t ac n'ew horfe enterrisof
wan be i sArdia. s onty
Irote a uileri whihu sa i ytu
'Heave hel te: forye of nun the
igr tof our god tielzatini the
s hin in hi b outry a roach.yo
ngin unbluthe m eanness, ''hci in the
lit oing'' (its hand hi'h othfin
urf."ii Ao~Ilth fo'ius sorsnmn
layt: "owb mn ging. doun
inv: "bere hared aon gig?" "h"s
>fy raneous slhrks a during tos
wok hundred i!I yea s a unless the
ythat beil notered, how~s nmtv youre
re oom elt fail le inoi tholuerc
n thretoyearsigot yhoughot henthr
wilmeave you ahreing andermiene'd
and thbar-bting Yof teopit,may
wit or goo aihit the sum
1mur tand acrsd yorse-rQin hhf
In ctqettiummwit you int tour
cthae o good taier worb an aptl
registfer "I (-verY wlatce: -Do
thyself no lauo ."
aroun1d the wateriiig place Is the for'
mationl of hasty anld lif" lon., alliall
Cos. The watIiSg laces ar0 I
sliible for inr2 of the doiestic inl
feiii-ivs of this Counrb thoa ilte
other thilgs iOlmibim(d. Societ- is SO
artificial there that 110 sure judgeiuit,
of character can be formned. Thoso
who.form comlpanlionshlips amilid such
c(ircullstallecs go into Ia lotterv
Where there Ire twenty blaliks to 01,
prize. In the sever Itug of life you
want 110e thaln glitter and splash.
Life is not a ball rooil were the
11111ii decides the step, andO how andA
IIllcv IIld gacefil swilig of long
trail canl make up for stiroungonmmo:
sen1se. You may ts Well go amonlg
the gayly painte .1 yacht s of a stummer
regattaM to fin(d warl. vetssls as to go
unllong the light spraty of the sluiier.
waterimg place to antl ehiarleter that.
caIl stadI the test of the gr1cat strug
-le of Iuuian life. Ah, ill the battle
of life youl wait at stronger weapoll
thai ailace fanl or at croquet iiallet!
The 1a,l bf life is so heavy that in
o.der to draw it, you want it teim.
stroiger thanl onle mllade u1p of a mis
cuhllin grasshlopper and a feminin(!
Another temptawon tihat will hover
over th wtering place is that of
banwful literat ire. AIost eVr.Y 0110
shtiting i A for th n e 'IlllL' taikes
01110 1ead(IIg iin t ir. It is ia book
out of the library olr' of the book
s[and, or bought of thIC boy hawking
hbooks through the ears. I really be
lic ie there is. more pestiferous triashi
real aioig the intelligeit vlasses inl
Ju Ily aid August. thall in all the other
tell ilmlnths Of the year. e[(I nild
womenl who at, home11 WOu1ld not bV
"at'islied With ai book that was not
really sensible, I ftomal sitting on
hotel piay.'as or uinIZder the tr-e.s 1eadI -
ing books the ildex of whit'bi would
1.ake them blush if they knmew that,
IMU kNVe wat the 1)(0k was.
'Oh," they .,ay, "you iimust. have inl
IelletLual recreat.ionlt Yes. There
is no need that You take 11011 to i
wak,rin- piaco, Iu- lonsMot
hyie or Sollic thulndermisdi
coursq. <)I the Avernal dccrtivs. mr
.-'Fanwl:1%': Plilosophy. T rlo
liumy asy* book; thihdaie l >t.V You1
niI- \%-well say: "1 pnupo-;'. luW
to 'ive a little rest t> i y diH!.tsivc
raNs: anId, ;Ins4wtad of Iti-lam
inwlt :id vIgetables. I ll .. a t -
11' while tak. lighter 1 food_a fitL.
: str.vchineil and at few -nainl. of ratk
ha'. Lit wrrv psion inl Ai!u'ust is
Is hadl ats litr:r-y poisoll inl Decei
ber. Mark that. Do not, let the
fro--, and the lI,( of at corrupt prilt
ing jn- il l1up :ui erawl iit-) voll
Karato;,a Irank (,Ir Whif<- 11militni
Would it not be bvan .fhil thinrg foI
..'o to be struwk wit h1 light 1ing 212som
ky when yoI h.i ill your. a lIitil olli I
(f I home paper)( c e romnces --i.
hero of 1 larisianl r ll.. the ite
-,I til u iri i!pl d i., I - i ng2(iy ill tL:
'1k, t o woU l IIot I:a I to Y0i
(.1,hib-n it the rae of soi a line.
T1hrow out that stuif froi vor sum
m1 lm gge. Axe tl're nott ocd
book,i 6ta lFf : (81a;y if. rv:ad---h!(ok-;
ot eonlgenI i:i hst ory. looks of pur.''
hun, hitokN of pltry2' ringing wl b
mer can1 21 to, b)oks of tini engra2'2v
mugs, books t hat will rest thle ind] a1s
well ats 1purify 'he hieart and1 ele'vateo
the whole life My heazre'rs, there
will not be an1 hour bet wveeni this andii
the day of your death Iwhen you enn1
ifiordl to r'ead ai book lac(king in1
Aniothler tempjt at ion hovering all1
ar2ou1 lta our waterinhg places is the( ini
toxientinig b)everage'. I:an11 told t hat
it is becoming1 mor12 e andi~ mlore fashi2 on
able for wom22en to drink. 1 021re not1
hxow well a woman may dre'ss, if she
has taikeni eniouigh of wine to flush her
cheek and put gl'1ssines:s oni lier ves,
shei is intoxiented(. Sbe niay be hindU
(ed into a :+.,50 care:riaige, an21d have
diamonds ('nou1gh to confound the
Tihliuiys--shie is init oxiented. Sheo
may13 be a gr-aduat e otf 2agreat inst ituite
and1( the dauighiter of somie man11 inl
danlger' of b)eing niominat.d for the
pr'esidencey-she is drunlik. Youi may23
lurtve a larger vocablar'y 11han2 I have,
and1 you maly say ini regatrd to lier
that she is "(oniviall." or' she is
"mIfelTy," or' she is "festive," or she is
"'exhihiarated," buit you can'nlot with
all y'our garlanids of verbliage cover
upj the plain tact that it is an.1 old..
fashioned ease of drunk.
My fridms, whtetheri you tarry ait
aIt hiomie--which will 1be o1uite as 2safet(
and2( p)erha1ps (juit' 21 as2 comort aIble--or
go into the co0untry, arm22 yom'l sel f
amun.i2st tempihtation2. Tfhe gr'ace oft
( o: is thle only safe shelter, whlet he1r
il townI or (count ry' Th1ere are waiterT
inig 1)laces neOcessile k (2211 of 1us. You2
c:iimiot open2 a1 book of' the2 Bible wit h
ot findinig out some~ such wvat erinug
place((. Foun12tains1 Openl tor sini aIo
iiucleanliness: wvells of sah-vation22;
ouIt of thle reek byI .lo'ses; foi:1uu2i;4
mI the wildernes(s dlim'overed hv
hlaiar waiter to drinik :uul( Walter to
bathe21 ill; t he iveri of God,:1 wih1 iV
full (If waltcr; wateri of wVhieb it' a1 11om
drik 110 shal 2 ne1I(ver th12irst; wclls of
ivaler1 ill thle valloy (If Baen'i; liiig
toounltams11 oh water; a1 )ipr' nver (of
wateor as ('l(ear as eryst ail trom i iunder
the thtronie of God.
Tihese are2 waltern lg IlanCs n1ece
sile to all of usx. We' do not haveY a1
laborious pacikinlg up) 1beforeI we stat.
--only13 the throwing a1way ot our1
transgr'essionis. No (xpenisive h1ote'l
bills to pay: it,,is ''wvithou1t mlonley and
without piice." No long and2 dlirty
.ra2ve'l before we get the(re: it is only13
0110 step away'2. In Caifliornia in live
mUinuItes, I wa2lked around21. m121 2'aw
tenI fountains, all baibblinig upl, and2
they were'( all ditfferevnt. Andl ini live
mlinuites I cnn go thriouigh this IBible
Partl r an'1( 21d lind] you fifty 1brigh t,
sp)arklinig founi2tainis bulh1ing upj into
A chiemist will go to 0210 of these
sIunner' wvato'ing lacies andio take' thle
wvater' and( anlylze it and t-ll you1 ihat
it con2ta1in so) much(d iron2,an so1( muchflO
of soda, and1 so miuchi of lime, and so
much of muagnesial. I come to this
gospel w 11, this living fountain andi
anllhyze the walter', and I findO that its
iigredtients are peace, par'don,. for'
givenesls, hope, comfort, life, heaven.
"Ho, overy one that thirstet.h, o'omo
ye" to this watering place !
Cr'owd around thiB Bothesda to
day! Oh, yon 80k you are i 1
this Bot(,i1sda ! Stel in it! O1, ktop
in it! The angel of the covenant to
day -tir.i th eater. \hy do you
llot, tp it, it? Somo of You are too
weak to talio a step inl that direction.
ihen wo a yue yoi up in the aris of
our closilg praye' itd pluige youl
ch-an i'wler I hIe I wave, loping tha.the
cIr( n1ty bas sidden and as radical
as with Cpttlin Niutnan,who,blotchi. P
0d -and carbinele1, stepped into the
Jord,hn. aid after the seventh divo,
cllit ip, his skini roseate complex It
1med as the flesh of a little child.
i Prmool' ofIelit. B
~\h< i a 1 111-d1 poe)%:; itsit'Uaure -
for th. veo y w .:1 % lvd tses of blood
Imis'11, i! sta<! ". rra won thatilruinor
uffects of hI at 1)1)(od will rapidly dis- ,
appear if the reiledy is used inl tine. j
No reinedy in the world has so good
reputiation at hoit, or abroad as a A
cire for- all siage o' blood poison ai
'. 13. It. (Iotamic 1)lood Balin.)
Lilu. Mori.. .Atlainta, Ga.. writes: pi
"I sufl'red years fronii syphilitic
blood poison which refused to be g
curedl bv all trentiuent. PhIysicians lI
pronouniliced it. it hopel'.i, case. I lal
]m apjettt, I had pails in l1ily hips
11114l .oiits anid iay kidneys were diis
eased. My throat, was ulcerated and la
Iy breast a mass of running sores.
I this condtjit ion, 1 cojiinenlced it use T
of 1. 11. B. It hetled every uleer
and l icured me completely within two i
Cobt. Ward. Maxey, Oia., writes:
"My discase wis proninotiucedi a ter
tiary forin of blolod poisonl. My
hace, hitd aid shoulders were a mass
of corruption, aid finally the disease I
began eating iy skull bounes. My
bonIe Ichedh my kidneys were (C
ralngel, I lost flesh and strenlth,
and life becine ai buide. All said I t
Ituust surely die, but nevertliess,
wher, I had used tcn bottles of B. B. s
B. 1 was proinced sound aid well. N
IHund1rels of scars cmi now be secei V
Mn ma. I have now been well over
t welv( iontils.
A. P. Brunson, Atlaitia, 0a., writes:
-I iad 2.1 running ulcers on one leg
Ind six on tlet ot her, aid felt greatly b
pt rat ed. I believe I net ually swal- ",
I(Mwed 1" barral of lludicilne, inl vain
i 11,rts to cure the disease. With
litile hope I fially acted oii the ur
JEke :td:i.e of a friend, antid got. a
hot il(- of, 13. . B. I expericle a
el.'1igo', 11i ali nl despoudelCy was
.-iilit di!stlalle'd. I kepi using it ~
unlt il I had takeniabout sixteen bottles,
nl 'ill the ulcers, rheimatism, and
and all ot.hevr iorros of blood poison
have udisappcared, and at last I am
sounid ani' well again. after an ex- -
1wrilwe of t w(nt.v years of tortue.'' f
Pian-, iand O(rgans.
N. W. Tuir, 134 Main Street, Co
hunbia, S. C.. sells Pianos and Organs,
ire-oct fromi fact or'y. Ne geit s' coi- J
inisios.The vCelebrated chickvir
ing Piano. MIatlhushek Piano. celebratt
'd for its cleariess of tone, lightness
(;f touch and lasting <qualitics. Ma.
n il Hamlin Upright Piano. Ster
lig Upright Pianos, from $22 up.
Arion Pi ios, front 1) up. Mason
12 H l11iin:1 Organs, sipassed by none.
it ei-lin Organs, $50 up. Every In
numnen.-t gluaranteed for six year s
F1'iflleenl days' trniol, expenises both
a.vs, if inot satt;ifactory. oldl oin in
S.'oxNNAI, (IA., Marchi 25, 1899.
Me'ssr's. Lipian Bros.: I was suffe
init with weakniess and general do
b)ility, being almost incapacitated
froina attemding to my business. I
was forCed to enll on;Dr. Whit ehead
fo~' rtineniitit. He tait onIce put m10oon
P. P. P. P Prickly Ash, Poke Root and
Potassiural, anid after taking two or'
thiree bot tles mny health imiprov'ed,T
anad, although suIffering for somne time A
with geniend weakaness. debility and
*uatrrhl, sin now coinpiiainatively a well
nian. E. 1U. FOluSU, With Corniwell pat
& Chlipinaii. - -C
The Coluinibia Register hias just i
c-rtered upon01 its sixteenthl year. The
IRegisterT has coinstanutly imnproved n'
ut in1 01ne thlinig it hias never chan-i
g('d. It is now what it has alay ~s
been-:ik iindependent .iournal as trueo
as the truest to the good people of
Flesh a rnass of disease, condlition
ho~peless, the systeni ani enutire wr'ieck, ~
nerve-s all unstrtunig, yet P'. P. P. w as
s keni and an entire cure mnade. At
tend to diet. andI dire(ctionsi of P. P.
P.~ andi all blood disteses inu-it. vield
slowly but sur-1v.
T hat, t ired feeliing, pains in the back a1
aind 'hevst, distress tafter eatinig, d4
Ihendnehlits and like atll''etions are
overeColie andt cured''t by P. P. P. -
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root 'and Paots
Nothiung so c'olni. letely robs confine- *
mlenkt of the pain anid sulffering atteni
dinig it as t,he previous use of 'The
Mother's .Friend. Sold by all D)rug
.\ill lii I t'tT .'.POtOI9 PIAsTIElm IN
T ii 'e-WOR LD.
i hyar ihe beislt '4plaster. ini(' Cvry way for
tS he :;ick rIie f
LAM idAiOlt1 I, PAIN IN TillE ClIEsT,
Rif ElMATISM, NEl:RLIA.I
I ik e l n il oil ae p..iter's,i t are Purely
Vegeitab-le an ad liarmlt es.a lolve ins-tantily
am i0ever til to cure.
SAFE, QiC(K AND) sItE.
sold- by3al duggise-ts or imaaI ld oni rce (ipt of
'5e. by olik>-.\V ENe-i & 1.lAliA iH
O8 rI. leanoaS3)'. tua.logue free
r WaiS i. I. heaty, wiashiangton, N.I
eR aoiEeIi(ilNG N AIISEA iDYSENTER~Y
ii, liltrhw-a ad ('holera leialina. A
ph-l nsea nil ed ici ofc- lueniale mreri In thae
no11 inetc for c-h iba -r aduialt. It lea popaular,
ia:aliaut. andi clicientI. Tlrnly a mrothi'er'
fr'in . aIiie-oothesi andial c s t ho m ucousi m-em
bre-anaei.; aniti'ceikse mu00ond dischuearge
laf romahe.d, iIatomeh ili an owla. 'The mucous,it
iich'are fromia the heoada nnd uilung-' ar'e sas
pply- rellievead by it asthe Oln aaieeous diea
ai' r e-om the b welS-. it 19 mnade. to re'lev.> i
Iihe miteo'a15 eus ystm nd enIro naetIlea,S anti ii. |
S a'o it.. It aae's the cri-ic-~a peh>d uf tee'l hI
inaa chiildlren - ' nil and eay. 11. ativI Lorateg aned
buallds upi lihe i1ysteml wh'lile It teaaeM elaing tad
Iu iJg the0 wasteud tlissuae. It.ha In Olcinenii'ided
andl uased laurgely by phayeaicianA. Paur e-i,al by
W iauaakr & Muii;gsy (!o., Coltumabla, 8. (.,
atnd whaoilesale by How-1~ard & W-ilclt, Augusata,
Alf P Kp SC ?U I 0
'V.S T RUAT ION
AGoa WW C AN"FLE,)rggg
401/&O) f:..:,N !w c ATL ANT A GA.
SATT AY a 25 G
oreat Offer tiat may nt again be
repeates, so do Rnt delay. "trke
wlle the Iron Is "mt."
WVrlto for Catalogue now, and tay what.
peir you saw this Advert,isement ir.
Remiiembe#r that I kil everything that.
es4 to lurnilhInu a h~o -mianu'acturing
11V thIngs an< betylng others in th
rgeAt, PAslble ota wiach na>les me to
rio out all compet tion
er are a fw of my tartig Bargains,
A No. 7 Flat top ook lng tove, full NlHo i
x 17 Inch oven, fitted with 21 pie.cs of
Wrte or el a your own depot, all
IqLE lO i Asvet by me, for itly
lurt, I will sKl you a - hole Cooking
n le t3 x i Iuch oven, 18 x 2 inch ltt,
t with 21 poces of wa'e, for TrIl
4ght iaLAim, pand ay thie frhht, to
Do not pay tio prici for your goods,
I will seei you a 5ice plush Parlor suit
xielu frame eiher in comtbnatin or
ne%v, the 1ocstylIsh colors, for T33.0
3 - tur aLLroad stat,eni. ritigt. aIl paId.
I will also sell you it iice ledroom suit
n41isling of lureau with glass, I high
adl le(lstenl. I Waslistand, 1 Uentre
ble. 4 Catic eikt (hairs, I Can Seat, and
tek rocker, all for 116.50, a'd pay frel4ht
p your d. pot.
Or I will send you an olegant. Bodroom
it with large latsis, full iuarble top, for
10, and iay fre ght.
Ice wint ow shade on spring roller 0 .40
legait largo walnut 8 dit clock, 4.tK)
'all it lounge, 7.00
ce curtains per widow, 1.0
I cannot. describe overything lin a small
Ivert.tseient, but havoan immesite store
u. talinig 22.1k00 ft. of floor roont, with
are house, and factory buildings ii other
tris of Augusta, making in all the largest
tsinests of this kin mi uner oe manage.
oit iI the sou1litern States. The-so sI orets
i(I waro--home-it are crowded w-th the
ioiest productions oif tlie besti factories.
y citailowtie conhlining 1lutistritionm of
lOis wlll be maltlt !6you w llI k Indly say
here you aw this a(lverikeieit I Iay
eight. Ad tiress,
L. F. PADGETT,
'opri Padgett's Surdure,StoteCarpetitore,
1110-1112 BROAD) STRFET,
heTozer Engine Works
(-titc-ssor to iIal tungim Workii.)
1 7 NA W 11 LIIS, PROPID .,
117 Wcs-v Oi:ivmis 8-rizF:r,
ION -. ,
--MANU- LT0UltEH,.9 OF
ozer Steam Engines,
I all sizi a of both ILocomotives andis ret urn
0. iouindry wtorki. In iron and lBrass lie.
ring promptly exectt.l.
iv1AN AND WOMAN.
1'- P. P. wIll purIfy and vitalixo your
I.!xa, create at good aptito and gIve your
a hole system tone ande strength.
A pronminenlt railroad miiliwrintendlent at
'givammiih,. siule-ring with 1hlrha, Dpep.
'. ". i. o never felt so w-ell In hIs lfe, an1(
wieIs ais if ho coui lIve forover, if lie could
tiways' get P. P. P."
1? yott arc) tIred out fr .dj,-. :..E and
:leso conaflnemuent, take
If you are feelIng tlljy in the spring
mdt out of sorts, tako
P. P. P.
If your digestivo orgen9 need toning up,
P. P. P.
If r mi suffe r wsith headache, IndIgestIon,
Elohifity and weaikneses, take
If you suiffer ith rervous prostration,
nerves unstrng antI a general let down
of the system, tako
P. P. P.
For Btlood Poison. Rheumnatisn, Heror
ula, Okd Hores, Malaria, ('hronc nl
Comnplaintn, tako noFml
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
Thea best blood( pulrifler in tho world.
L~IPPMAN Lilt8., Wholesalo DruggIsts,
LiPPMAN s JJLOCg, Savannah, GIa,
LIPPNAN BROS,, Wholeale Druggists,
a Proprietors, Lippinan'gBlock, Savanntab, Ga~
For Estimates on
(inning, larvestiig and other Ma
chinery write to the undersigned,
Wito -will guarantee th I goods they
miay ol'er in all reslsp , nd imake
matters interesting both to consumers
Ve Will also furnish everythiig
needed in the line of supplies: Belt
ing, Oils, Piping, Fittings, Valves,
Ins1piIttors, Injectors, Pumps, Etc.
W. H. GIBBES, JR., & Co.,
Columbia, S. C.
TALBETRT & SON'S
E'N0Is A N i % ol.V I, t \IW M[S% L!
AND oltisT MILU.
Arte nekliowledged tto hp tile t,et. evtr tl
wie, you buy one or t.icem yot aro mitislett
tIant. you have nuttl n m inistake.
write ror our pricetk.
I can Wivo you inoney.
V. U. BADHAM, Gen. Agt.,
COLUMIA, s. C1.
A1lonie oflice andt Factory:
111 11111A "111c,~1 _Vj%.
............. ..... ........ .. .... .. ................. ..............
A VH iALSAM
1 - : iti nt I
-Novor FD f- lttr4tora Gray
Hair t.i itA Ymrtbful Color.
HaN e you Cough, 1ronchitIs, Atithii In It
gesilli? Use PARKKR'S (INUER 'I'ONIC.
it int curit tih worst, eRaes and iN the beit
rentedty for all Ills ariIit! froin dIefectivo
nut rlt I i k i time. 5(e. anil.
The oniy mure Cure for Corn s. Stops alil pain
Entuirail coilort to te f'et. 15c. atiru-ists
Ii scox & Co., N. Y.
AN T TRE
A VE L EN
AWAsk for catalogrue.
TERRY M'F'G CO.. NASHVILLE. TE-Pit
R OC I , - - S .
Forsthei r ataloue vn rcs
TErraes M agCosRa NandIL Pheton
Cds Hanss . Al is*ls
wok a e yhn n wratd
grde Ou Vhile a-unigi
or hivyor Potoguie giddgres, n
Hoers andeeres of Buggies,
oROK HILL, b - han -n warrante. I
Prics lwer hana~yothe ofsa g
grad. Or Veicls ar runingin~
evry Euny OnSouT oia n
in mny ountes f Nrth aroina
HOnellr andeupward regycve
ROCn HIL,, padqurery on he 0.rs.
daysof Fbruay, ay, ugus an
COvmbr. Mae wome C.
minors can keep account in their owi
name. Higher rates of interest a, ,
lowed by special arrangemn t.
(1.1J. IRED)ELL, President.
JNo. S. LEAPHJART, JAMEs lIREDELL
FE MALE U\STITUT
The building is now modernized and
improved as a hoarding school until it
is second to none In the South in comn
fort and conveniences. Trhe Corps of
Teachers engaged for the coming ses
sion is the best the Institute has ever
had. No otherlinstitutelin the South can
offer advantages superior to those of
fered here in the Literary, Music and
Mr. Maclean .continues to be thes 0
Direcjtor of Music. The p)atronis of the ' "
Institute, who.9e daughters were taught di
by Mr. Macloan duiring the panst ses
sion, are referred to in proof of the
statement that he is the best teacher of ..
Music who has ever taugh1t in (Char
lotte. As originator andt d1irector o
the Juno Musical Festival In this cit,
his reputation hbas extendled thiroughout
the South. WM. R. ATKINso N,
Greaaan DeItTeBra C. ]atata
~ HES flSfSUSIb,
Attorney at La-w,
PIcKENV C. H., S. C.
Ai' Money to loan on easy terms,
i well secured paper.
Offico in Court House. July 26'88.
VELLS & Ott, J. E. Boo-;,
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
4TELLS, ORR & BOGGS,
Attorneys at Law,
1. F. ANsEL, C. L. IoLLINoWORTLR
'olicitor 8th Circuit. l'ickens, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
(NSEL & HOLLINGSWORTH,
kttorne',~yge anel C<>un:>lors .
at L.aw, 1:
BrCKENs C. H., S. C.
Practice in all the corts of tho '
tate, and attention given to all busi
ess entrusted to them. nmrh 14-88tf.
jILL & WELDON,
De nt isits,
22 Main St, -- - GRE:ENvIL.LE, S. C.
sii Gas given every Thursday and
'riday, and teeth extracted without
)R. FRANK SMITH
Is now permmanenitly located at
asley, S. C., antil respectfully offera
is professional services to the pubio
enorally. Jan 2 .90.
)R. J. P. CARLISLE,
Office over Westmoreland Bros. &.
)uke's Drug Store. Jan. 1 '898.
M. N OR WOOD, D. D. 8.
-I) .E N TI I w- r,
~REENVILLE, -- -- -- S. 0., (
Corer ainandCoffee Strts.
)R. J. B. CARPE~NTER,
Will be found at Liberty on and
ter the 1st October. He guarantees
1 his work tolbe first-class. feb 13'90.
I. O. FilEzger'ald,
areenville, - - . 0.. a
Mir Over *Westmnoreland Brotherg
'rug Store. All work done by tho
stanttaneous process. Also make
dlargemients from ald pictures to
my size ini water colors,-c% on, In.
a ink, oil and plain photographs.
oct 24 tf.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
HE MANSION HOUSE HAS
been newly refitted and excel.
thly furnished. It is first-class is
its appointments, anul is one of the
'st hotels in the South. Situated
the healthiest and1 most dlehlitfig
ty in thme country, it offers SUPJ.
[OR ATTRACTIONS TO VlI.
3RS anid tourists; and the cuisine
nnna hn noan1flo1 in any nity.