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THE CROOKED SHALL BE MADE
DrT a l,t-oarm . the Av-ait-ny3
of 11mc.A serie-m Of sci-mmits U" 11 1.
j Oly 'ALit id 1 ) !o#b D ili I e ..
1ioot I, y Iy, c p t. v.-Ii-PichMIFN
to his scrilon at the A c..eiullm . ' Mi
In this city, t!ns fer'ne-m, lev. r . -
mage annou. q i:t. 1nl the i
Brooklyn T'Ibrad wa. cmp: c -4i1, i
would preac! inl the Broo!kl Akcademly)
ol Mus]c., Onl "unda) on: lie was
glad to ad t1imt, hy ank arat ment,
Imadie through The ('hristii irald, of
New York city, he would be enabled to
pIraCh in the New York Academy of
. Ousic, on Fourteenitl street, on Sunday
evenings. I.ening With the evening- of
Sentember 2th. Ile also announced
th-.at, onl next Sabbath morning, Seltem
her- 58th, 1e Would be"gIn a series e ser
ions entitled: "My Recent Journe
Throu h the Holy Land and Nci:;hh!.
ing Countries; What .1 Saw and Lesord.
The subject of to-da'Is sc'menh a%
",crooked Thing." Text, iah x', I
*"Thie crookedt shall b il ln.- trak. ht
Geoeti~ry. tfro:n the tia:. it vaiss
covered on t1e 1ank at 1. Nil0. which,
by its Ver :i anu y thL rated the
landmak1,1an tIM rIVtOrationk kof these
latahna rk mad sa Cdo a se ce neces
sary I . . y, (1 tr , evert since fhienl
a be(n iusy wth lies, 5;tralight liies,
entved! u n"lilic inl angles and conles
and vlowrvs. It ha never been able to
(Wolve any bieaity Vromi a line that wai
inlerelv crooked The circle atud tie
qu11ar were alwer ', considered admllilr
abe. Isahal recognize- the cicle :t1l
says : "Te Lord 31ts uponl the circle of
th' earth.'' The altar of the ancivi
1.abernlacle was "'Vour. s(piart., :n111 1!he
I'reastilate of the priest "tour syuare" I
andI heaven, accordin to ohn, is 'hir
square.'' lut the 1bde ias no ai:hdni
tion for 1llies ihat are 1i1crcly ermo-k
Ileed, imy Iet. t q;I proesyn- .o
world's comlphi-te rli;tiio de6br"%a
"The krooked shall be iw:ok: Strai1t."
Therv have been solluily miora nr
quakes flhat nw.m.1 thin! h:it Aa
terr,ibl jwist 1-roolo i:(w .
.v rNllMenl:t, rool:cd ibrunecs. < c . (I
disiw8itionls :1111 ofn'y Of the (I 'i :,
btraighten tin havc o ifly made. Ihi
mor0eT <Aokd nd seinel :4oodpe:i
sidown in dpespair and becomeo i.-..
:1tic m ,givt! up1 lito and f!wechitrteh amd
the wNrl-1 .1" 1cad fihtrlinS. With sw,-h
lachryn sie 1whavior I have no syii)
11 hy. it is :I prolilse of the L.ord A I
mility. "I'h crooked shall Ibc 1)natc
ytraght. Iff>rIpOSC, as 1. may b(d
vil!elv 1w,-110d. lo m ncltion . i l l 0-,e
vro(-kcd tIn that. ar 111 o in h.(' ,I'
Much of' the wca;lt'hl , f wocld iL ::
the hland" of i'lo !1rolhgatc wh-lilv m-mly
(f' 1h',* b.t pcople are stibjected to dis
tressling. privation; and lihere is go it to
be a redistri-blut)n of proPerty. It it
were possijle. it, would b)e a hadu tinli
to have thing!,:; divided equally. ome
mll are able to eidure i;'r' :-uen .s
than11 others * and 1 prospwrity ilat miht.
not unbalaneve you, mllitht destroy !lm le.
Thel0 D eclar'ation of1 Alfnerican~ ludelteini
eqali, bult te oppIosite is th tru:h b.r
they are biorn untequtal. In11 ' no repCt is
eity to emireiit suiccC.ss, I;ianciail or' (ei.
I hiave seen menCR byv the acou~isiltin o)f
overb,earing, a11nd 1 imvc 1 known other.
w1ithl their iniillions; of dollars: childhXe
wuoulid aiIll e allhutnt but1 t he .ord 'i.m
not trust us. I 1) ai lad) there ar'' lIn
I Ic can tru.it. 3\I nh is said nejains t
cap)italists, but) tie worl wouldi ie a
shaky world without theni. WXho built
railroads whlieb2I, nI hile they give such1
falcilities of traviel, emloy0 tenis of thjous
ands1. of laborers suppi~ortinig themW and1(
their families ?(Capitalists. Whlo built
gren:t slips that stir' the rivers and brIidlge
he oceat? Capitalists. Who reared
thec thlousan)ds of factorui tall over the~
lantd inl which) huntdreds of thousainds ol
employees earni theit dly) br'ead? Capi
talists. Whlo end(owed y'our colleges,
and op)enled free lihbraries, anid 1bult asy
hiuns for the orph)an, the crippled and4
the insane ? (Capitalists ! But for themI
there woutld not, he :m Acadleiny of .\us-|
ie, or ai pie ture gal lery~ 0or a free' IlbraryV
or' a stea ihant., or a r'ailroa~d in A mric. |
W ho put' the worldI on seventfy-Ii ve year
.)(beyond whatI I it woh ha)(118ye been 'in
ali advan1lJtage, ini good thintgs withott
num))bet' ? Ca p)itOlis ts ! The mlorec mone) y
aI mantI gets tile bet ter', if it, comec hone'st
1 l and is eml)oyed righteously. Ne'ver
thless9 weV1 all see thatt there't nteeds toi be
miitIsmi proposes t.o muake that d1titrib
tioni by forch andt <hmliger andii dyniaite.
Thr'ow the miidniigh t e'xpress( tri'n off the
track andiu putt the fac'tory inob'01 con i:la
haon. D isrup t societ y,. .t)ur:li.e. A 3
s:assir.ate. Such ipeol e beiev ne~C tither
"-' od nor1 manl nior womI:ml iad thn y
..-''strict, and, thiew to) matke) Ililns wor'se bult
te 1s very much putL ve met adnee'au.
Zolbert, of Abbeville, iw1.'cI : I I
d by the scalawag'ns to k-'propirty. I'uler tihe ti.
By gang this fall. He w~ji)od people nI ge! t mntoe
o deep that a re mblicau te aten keanii ai nel.
ot.unearth him. cs because thley haelV beenl
Three store r'oomsi. owalU( I circuinstantce's, ma i
lignilliat were too stupid( i tet 0on. W\ith tIhe I
stSatarl' i'y same surr'ous ugis otheris wenit oni
,t to c:ompetency, in thle bet ter (days to' I
upied comel good meni will Wuye theoir iheultie~si
ad R.iVwakened, and( willIin onIsequen'e ti *e to
larger' share of proi erty. Onh the othis<
n0e $8,t' 1)and,1 estates wron, 'ily accumnulateud,.
1,500, w iill .dissolve. 1t' not )the Monis, thent the
ee grandsons will make the mioney ily. and
. it will graduaIlly scatter in their hands,I
n and1 become aL part, of the general wealth.
Then, as to vast proplerties righteously
gathered-anid there are thousandls ot
themn-such estates, will con tribute~ to
ward helping the unfortunat,e. not more
b)y charities than b)y helpitng struggling
people into lucrative busiess' and( tile
mani whlo has amassed enough and a suir
plus will say : "There is a young mier
chant without auly capital. I will star't
him on Fulton Street," and "thtere is a
young mechanic who has 1no means of
his own, and I1 will put hIm 01n a career
of-prosperity,"~ and "There is a farmer
wit! too big a mortgage'on his land, anId
- - Thew help him lIft the encumbrance."
-- et is that if tile kindness and gen
; erasity manifested bjy mobeyed men to
iord the struggling during.t.be last fifty
~ae, increases in the same ratto for tile
p,(tffyear there wIiAbo a condition
-~;~ Qr eg1ey pM asal We are. oin to
~. a m wultiplient,Ipn of WII . E
)odges, and Peter Coopers, aud James
enoxes. id George P.Cabodys, So will
omio redistribution, and the crooked
111 be made atraight.
Mind this: (od never yet undertook a
tilure. The old book which is worth
11 other books put together, makes it
lain ithat (od hals undertaken to regu
[to this world by gop.9el iifluieices, and
lie has the power Ie will do what Ile
lvY lie will, and no one who amIounts
) anything will deny His power. Giod
y said ia hinldred thes "I will," but
e ver tnce hias s:udi "I1 canntot.'" We may
'tih our tack-luiners pound away, try
tt lmlQlnd and improve Und sitraiThten
1 *ltoni'll coinh10ien1 (,11 the wor'd, and
t <i:sappointed in the result, herauie
i,i :111m is too weak tol the haiuner wC
eild too small, but. tht most deliant dit
culty will flatten id diappear wNhieni
iod with n hamm11111'er. made of, mleri
hunderbtlts stikes it, sayig, "Thc
rooked shall be inade st r'glht.
.I yur buiineis p,cerns there are in.
luencos pi-iplexinv. Y our all'airti ma3
Vm ii i.h t ft ousidIers, for busiies
11111S fio not 1veitis their privat.
roubles, but hIere one firil has every
hinIjust; a thwv wani it there tre i
onired firms at their wit's end what tq
It, with that partner who draws mor,
han his share of the profits, or with tha
1cIholder who comes in just ofte1
1g. h to upset things, or with that dis
llt*,llrace of funds which you canni
I 4-coit for, altlhough you have siuspicion
o cannot mention, or with that invesi
nelt which was made contrary to you
udgment bnetasc there was a determ
mt ion to' push it through, or becau
'oul are' goling behind mlonith hv llmnt
,vithout any prospect. of extricatior
l'e trobl. is putting(r a wriNkle on ym0
1,relhead that ouglit, not to appear 'tOwl
lor tell yr yel, n11d yOU will 1 o itI
ycars otl whenl vol oughit1 to e0 on1
thirty, or sixty when you ought o 1
fi. 1-or Seveity when you oiit. t I
only sixty, Stop worryin". Eith Ier hv't!
dissolutilon of that firml. or by re-adWiu
matter! yi1 ll h hr b h cife
throu hll f yu put 1or 1rst in1 ("(r
P11siotk is 'gi avtd h ! 'tuilt i ;
thIous:nla (1,f it . N , t N il ar \ (TV r !ir;1
trit-' to, t l l . i( 'ill' 11 1li t Ii 1 '
tedn : I iv un' wt hw
I oo (A I (t : I I I v .( r i Ik
tn t '' ilt1t-ki d Iy 1n l 211AI I l,,(! i j it
Ihti i wa l'ti n . :i b rai ly n
ilic ' it l sa ihil t he t,I w. iw
; I it h n . Th rYOV t re l
i I l e ld i , or ' at I:ud
I I,v r \ ' t. ; dii ( (I ( b (ii) al Yi w
It di d I(c it iig, it ee h :t.t. and'in a
uh caset wvht-ri- my prayver hasn.. h
(hwr lae, aM have,1d it aitenoar
hoat it \as liistnot t) havc heci l al
"WOr0d .it InyN wayv. But n14!ne of us hav
tcstcd th tlie till] POWCe ( I' C.s. an. i(
lorce very like o the trlt 1)
plt)ycd. For, age I ch-t', y w
lhohilIt wd 1or illdh. I . l I utt o h r
bar1,11-1 and kill people It 1i t kll t ki
T'lh Ut lightIinl i rod oil the top ()It houtse
tas theit par with which the wrk
argterd on e thn drstorima, as mul
(tI :ay, 1 Yoi dare to come this wl,
I wvill h o i,( i the ound. Ru
iow Olectricity lightes loice , liln
churclies, id citlies, in Christendown
whoIt 1 m entns anin s i poss 10 ile i
.tiil natli enerhy.tte ower 81
!otv thait' has been iltm01, and.8 im
hin to 10 u hitVin om iithr in'. andliI
aell 1 omot when frlu itt ili sed
li bi ngs,1111 t ll ther i ll be iiih i n
sery couin room,tli andl~ suppilicalItic
wih Itcnldl: inrom every 1113 nunerc011 ite
li hiell t. Cal( wlt htll lles li r ir
aif florm< tI he i ll(0 < i er licln,' orl 11
ausked asi tiot howinchai thiii (ne1an t'uI
ane ptht i3 or capirtl lie iuestionwr
biie aske. "ndo yo know Eahows to prav
yhet develiked wasill bets weospel ele(1hi
11asohn earethw ad wit mht1ivine 1espon,
Gd in braines otlil. (thd ain fgricutu
life.o (od thne mechaical life. 5 (;odn as
andti lie. prodt ainvr knd o life. eae
rigics n orithest a ist sn upoa
high you calim isot a Chitian ishunp up
on11 bte clouldy ratter yo ite oky whi
yosexpc toratch. it uhas you 113 goolly
foroune tor heamvenllty sienc. Oh, has
Thur re ilnallthin ereas. rea low!v(
Iei snou ofo heaeen, itr this rn rb
t>rke ashle everyshint acos wan
htanIc fherever I riave hear tensW
thll hasn need ofilyconfirmed .i the
willbe n iruble TheChasti:i r
what I kuew bolbre, that God answers I
prayer concerning tle weather. And t
there have bCC cyclones that started I
ip) fr1om0 the Carribbeani sea, sweeping s
down every isail and every smokestack I
and every mast in their course, which in r
answer to specific petition have been di- r
verted andi made to curve around some c
particular ship, leaving that in calm wa- I
teni, and then resuming their orig,inal t
pai l o f destruction. The weather i
probabilities agaim have announced a I
tenipest, and we were all ready for it, but I
to the surprise of most people, the next t
day we saw the announcement that the I
tinospheric ury hiad chliged its course. I
The probability i. it struck a prayer and
glanced of. It' Eiijah's prayer ef fected
tho weather of Palestine for forty-two
months, I should think somebody iowi
might haye a prayer that would effect it
for a couple of days.
.lohn Eastetr was many years ago an
evangelist in Virgiiia. A large out-door
meCtag.was bCing held in that state.
Manly thousands had assembled in the
open air and heavy storm-clouds began
to gather. There was no shelter to
vwhich the multitudes could retreat. The
L rain ha(d already reached the adjoining
f fields whlit John Easter cried out.:
" Brethren, be still while 1 call upon God
t to stay the storm till the Gospel is
i preached to this multitude.'" I'ien he
- knelt and prayed that tile audience might,
t be spared from the rain and that after
8 they had gone to their honies ierm might,
,- come 11treshing iowers. Blehiold the
r clouds parted as they' came near and
passed t.o either sido of the crowd and
e then closed again, leam', the lplace (r.y
I whe(re lie auItn hIlVv had assembled, ani
the 1Nxt day the postpo(A Sho'.wers
a nllie i 11i fi I i;rolind that hd beenl tihle
day beOre omtlittd. .d you say it only
hppenod -? L cannot see what ou
VW yur' ibIlcs for, and the (4od 'Iv
rlw Iilp is not Imy God. Your (Goil
mu .iatocrat, and Ue is so far oil and so
0 u i that tih worbI cilot touch iMlln,
u ml hi1 throne is an eternal Iceberg. My
i a tt h~er. CIee anid now. atd a lather
wi t'i\ c. Ili-, child what, lie Z.shs For, ifit
biSt. Fhr him Lo hav-e it. I'Irav
\Ce er. thin! " thal concen yu ,OII. See
d ult ias well as spirltuaitie.. Take
t. ( G al yaur annoyances om;11 (e'rl.ex
I uf I(. The crooked shall be IMItle!
- traih. I.;mile people talk as thowh
I odl kontrollei thinl.gs in geivral but I(L
'in at'iular; that Ie FtArted everytling
Vadicr cetaiii-laws aid( let it take care of'
a t:ti>eEs an engineer IniJit start hIIS lo
-I on a 11011 railroad track andl
Y thenl .julup oi.l. Whal. wouhd hapift:n to
- uh a1 locomjtive ins what. wokbli long
W gIo havo happwend to our wor!d if (soi
d h ad slartk!d 'I and a"'ferw'Ards allowed it
(,oItIwk utit for i1sell, There is no such
thing a., a gencral provildeuc. It Is a
titir provN.ide lice. God l hasnlo gen
vral Car( for a f'orest. It is a care of
cvcr% clI, of every luaf and root inl that
1 esct. G;ol ha no !eneral care of tie"
OceMI. It, is a cale of e very drop of \wa
ier inl the liquitd m1ag:.1nitude. God has
1 n0 gIer'll i'hl-. 1*11r tie hiluinan race. 1t
is a1 care of every indivililaLl of that race,
- ,Ind k- ("'very NIter of, individual histo)r ,\.
I I r ah liim, a God il inl finiL:imal S, al
1 i 'eiery-th ( God, a (;oJ respolvsii%C, and
l. inreati of earnest prayer, though that
I.eati h h,ouh1 not Ie stroig elloullgl to
diumae a canle licker. will absorb m0re I
of' the daie attentloi than If the iarch- I
angel standing at tile foot of the throne
t !ihould Ilap both wings.
It is remarkablu how nially erooked
things are inl the providence o God be
n inig made straiighit. About thirt-y years
o ago our nationial affairs were as crooked
It as deprave'iitd Amerc0anl poit i's and hI ad
t-lmen, il satan could ilake thlem. Fromi
lite topi of' Maine to the fot. ofil Florida,
I thLe maionl was reil with wrath. It was
C wranllgle and( fighlt all the wayv thrnoug,
nI atlI Onle o f thle mildest. thlin-.is tihat the
ni North andi South ha'oIin:id eauch other
II was. asinaSiOtioni. D)uring thiis snlmmeir
1. I haeve trav'eled thriouigh New Y ork, and1(
e\ Minnisita, and1( iKansas1 anid N ebra.ska,
it and1( issourl. andi Texas, anId Lou'tisi
I ana, and Gcorgia, and( Northl and( SouIth
'C(arolina1:, and1( \'irginia, arid Il'ennisyl
e via,lll and I haIve shltken hluuls wiithi tenls
('If thlousanids of' people, anid t al ked withi
,11uen of' all sectin and1 II i degrees, andli I
.hiave' to tell y'ou it 1s all peace, and ini
il all the states of th e 1Union you i'ould n ot,
1-1w marshal a lItary comlpaniy of 100
In soldiiers to light, aegainlst tile UnIited States
o governmnit. imiless you got, your Inenl
p (out of' the penitentiary. D id thle corrupt
e :md11 ganigrenled political panties (il this
o work of' rectifientioni and paceilicntion'.
eNo! It, was fy diine in1terposi tion1 that
II en rokedl has bIe mC'ltade strlaig,h .f
)i1 lecembler 2, 185 I. L,ois Naptoleoni
I1l1:', lnaprte rodIe dlowin the ChIaps E;ivstee
. oi l'ar'is, :iih undLer the hiofs et his hor,tse
Il a Hepub1lie wastraple aILI1sh'h0 the rier
iXwent to take a~ thrne. it was the lIlt
:1) 0)uan who wntled ito rin:i tinperor ill
)t ' dow a nati whoi wanted ar wll
uli.liti it '.p11ttiblit 1'i'Iaried
I. l .1 In u ltt l ed is c Lhryi one dirl
fu.01i0Il m usetilom tht day they fhal
was11) itp on'l2i ths trn fas 4>wn.
i et jtlneu ml) .irIIeb. Th r is!
'1 'a hyii tn s far t lii hihilans of|
l ~i .\t.'li t hi alil geti f lie' .'tet Pear of r
hit'hI'ien wil that hieed t lie movle- I
tl I' Iad. Tmhhea 're el efre il
I n 1Ifths io hhn i r erslf Wiy8111th I
ap'.daiBu ftd ht y .1)aIl heath, wre r
Xv :m-e I ite ils - l' h Cl.'emme It iehiiil
b at ther( iie I havefory uch ' tplortu
ora Xvhti rItlBeporabiuvespAine ior
ha ciooe.i limb,hahe promie rhibeumic
1'ul:lle. 'KI'Ihe ceraoke hll be adte
hone ion ! t o a lbew ll."n
'i m- ati the ho1oistl ife areviteddtir- n
tan)c ev(. There h- aore that in o(
mnrtc.lu. tiiae neoth niadl him eathl.
Nom of'atIe laoveir abl ave beoen
unte toh se alf the maitn, adt
Theroned ofbte grn( Incurable T her most
haven.M woeyinot Thre thy e vn-o
Sufag ue of IToyreell b.teo I
as never been any accord. For them
he w'cIhng march ought never to haye
een played. Tihe twain divergent in 0
entiment, the north pole-aud the. soutli D
olo might just as. well have been mar- C
ied. A twist of nettles would have been '
noro apptopriato than a garlhnd of
range blossoms. Thite unutterablo mis
Rke was made- to please. pareits, or for
he acquisition of estate, or for heighten- 1
tg of social-position or thorough thought- 1
esseess. I call the attention of such to 1
he rapid dissolution of families. This Ti
hought, which is a sadness to at happy
narital state, might be consolatory to t
hose inequally yoked. A very short
math is the path ot life. The rol li in year C
Ylli give quick emancielation. Ever%
)ody. for discipline, must have soie
iind of trouble, and that Is vour trouble. d
Ptut in a song now and tfif to cheer
yiour spirit. .Make the best of things.
Find in God that peace vhichl 110 on1e
lso can bestow. The days and inonths
and years are crowding past, and the
last of the procession, so far as you are
conteried, will soon have gone by. ie
member that some of the beSt Illl and
women who ever lived have had the same
lifetime niisfortune. They bore lp under
it and so can you. The expiration of the
life of one of you, will, after a while, ru
move the itllietion. Let the one that
remains make it) hypocritical moiourn
ing at the olu)8(ies of the one Lhat 04
or imitate those wiomnN we have all o
ticed wIIo fought like vats ail do-m 11
Iheir miarried state and theln could Ilot! i"i
get orgalns to sounld dir;gs doleful cn-1
ough. or firinishin,-,, stores to prepare
WCeIds bhick eioiugh. or tombstone cutt-!
terti to chikel epitahdns cillogis,tic liough,11
It i ta matter t'of con.TattIla t hl a 11:11 the,
mmah.Ie. The, crool;e- I Shl be I in 1:I.d.e
straihIt. In the ng-- of he world. WIhI
thI e people 16vtd I:Nk- (r .1i:< 01r vihtd '
nine hundrecd yvarA, suhins ll o
any kild of I roiblt Vb hveN Ib, hee m
apt. It wouli have brlu-:ht 1no if to
so1e of, tIko;,e obl tatite*:, to
"Youl wviillnv onlv "(.W : mref
this.' Mut, life has h.'tibbrenatedb
the cuttint oil' ol(clntmr :,ter t ury
titil we en'tal conso"t. peo: ,-10 Ivhe t
their trouble b 0 wmra domes,,ic, hv
%ayn i d ll (,,t hm! Ion he:re the
Cl)Oked Shall .be l sraight.
Say: will livi fore 'r. AIl oml I rient
Savaiiahian, formerly :uperltendnt
of a railroad, says: wi criiled inl
lny fect and nrills So that I Comld not I
walk ithout crwthes,nor at with ou t
h-vinf a ervant to feed me. I fr i (
physicians kvurlere, [ut to no 1ur
po:w, vndl finlally et to New't YOU.',
wherf. my 0h:ct-,rs.C, at, unu time, doen-W:d
to amtputatv m.y arm, hkit foundl thAt
iours I praci ticable, oil accounilt of a
woulid I had1 rec(ei ved din the war.
I returned to Savanahl a1 COmp-lto
w reek. and in, ycase e seilgly IopeeS.
A.l a I orlorn hope I began to tako P. P.
I., ill( am rejoicedI to say that atfter
1i1nll1g threo bottles, illy lillb.s began to
3traiglteni ot, my appetito and ll Iealth
ioon retuirijed, and I now '(:e,l Itkit a
3t1W 1anRD; 1(;Lly, a1.1 if I had been In.le
.ver again, and as if I cotild livu for
-ver- so long as I can get P. P. P."
'lhis gentleman will not give his
lame for publiention, hut authorizesm
is to refer anybody to him for a veil
ication of the facts, who will apply
0 11. Yours truly,
LIPP111MNN BROS-, a
Wholesale Druggists, qI
Propriet ors of 1'. P. I. l
Savannah, Ga. At
Many physicians who have examlinedI li
into t he Inlerits of li. B. B. ( Hot:ic ti
111l0(d l11alm), ha~ve fbeen con fronted nI
with te'stimlony whiel Ich hdelned suIr- i
prising, and1( thuls beinmg conlvined oft
its wonderltii ellieney, have not failedr
to prescrib)e it in their practico as oe
II. L. C'assidy, Kent nc's w, Ga., writ es;E
"For twoi years may wif ICwas a great
suffeTrer. Skillful phyician dfidl her
no good. l i(r mfouIth wais one0 solid
ulicer, her body' wa.s b)rokeni out inl sores, }
anid she lost a ht:autifull hlead of hmair.
Th free bottlesi of 1B. 1B. B. citred hter comU
pletely, inrcredil le as it mlay sotmd1(, and
shle Is nowi fth: mothler of a hieaily
thlree months old baby clear from any~
A. 11. Morris, L'min lIff, Ark., writes: I
"Ilhot Spriugs anti several doctdors faifledi e
t:> cuIre mie of several illninIg ni eers on1 1
my leg, 1B. 1B. 1. efTected a wonderfully ~
gfIliek cIIrlO after everytiing else hIadil
Anl Unnhax,l D)isenhso,p
N i:w lI-:lwonD1l, Sept. 17.- -A fler five
yea:rs ini thle AnIt:Irtie seas, thle wlhinIg
har1k 1 '4tre, (aptain 1-'(in ,llf. lleed, is
111ce mOoe inl port. (Capt.uin Iit(ed says5
I hiat. wih- o*ff Pat agon)Ii:t overa'i mlonlt Ils Il
whitelt podler c:Une on1 ff11 shuip, (choking~ I
hose whlo inhledlI'( it. Nex da oi~ne of!
thi rew wa'& V ls t aken1 sik anud 1his feet H
i'ganI ii swell. Th'Ie slingIC oeti imla.di |o
mIt il is whtole bodyh was e fete(, I )ne
Ifteri anttother o)f te cree,I.. wa iiar ll u
il/e andt t he fk'sh al'sIlumed aI Ve'llowih.~
196 Wit hi nJne menl mlort iIiica floa set iln
ltidemllic a; heri heri. it is the first
Us ('Onl recortd (41 its h av ing (*ome on1
0iard at ship inI a gale.
l'Innots and11 orga&ns.
N. W. T1iu'r', 131 Main Street, Co
unh(dia, 8. (C., sells Iiatinos andl Orga:ns,
teirectfroll f'actory. No agenuts' Comli- W
iiissi ons. 'The I'e(lebrted ChI(' icker'ting
lano4.. Ma thush1e1 (k P i an , celbat.ed
ori its clearness of tone, lightnless of 0
ilclihifand lastting qualilit ies. Maison &
Samli n Uprighlt i anlo. Sterliung Up
ight Pianos, fromn 822 p. Arnon PIia
os, from 82(n) up. ~Mason & I famlIn
)rganls, su1rpass4edl by noneW. StOIrlinIg
)rgans5 ~,) l50Ip. Every I nstrtiment m
tIarantoed for six years. Fifteen (lays' pr
riaIl, expensei bo0th ways, If not satig* ml
actory. Sold on Instalments. el
Tio ll whol t itia Concern: I take
rent pleasure in testifying t.o the -
flicacious qluahlties of the popu)tlar
omedy for (irupltions of the skin,
nownl as P. P. P. 1 suffered for soy
rall years withI an unsightly andl dIfs
greeab)le eruption on my face, and(
ried varIous ,reme~dies to remove ft,
ono of wvhich accomplished the object
ntilI thIs valuable.preparatifon was
esorted to. After taking three bottles
a accordanlco withl directionls I amt nlow
ntirely cutred. ,J. D). JOHN$ON
)f the firm of Johnson & D)ougl'as.
A Fearful Acctdenlt,
CunwAoo, Sept. 21.--Onio of tile most
rIghtful raillroadi wrecks the Illinois
senitral has experienced for some ..timo
>ccurred about 7 o'clock to-night at
Vestern avenne, inWhich at least ten
>orsonis were killed and a number seri
mauly hurt.! The fated train was an ex
tursion, and had left this city early in
lhe morning with several hundred per
ions on board who went to Fernwood,
small station on that lineo, to spend
Killed by a Copper Cent. r
JA TJ:M. S. C., Sept. 10.-An infait son
E l .Tosondied last 8atird.y
Ight froi th elre(ts of swallow i r a
)pper c('It. a fiw %veks ago. A,- Mr.
homupson is a native of Grveaville
ounlt,y. hic, relatives will rea this
.it i. sorr1ow.
TI.: rv-ap)ar. te1 ol' ExAtovkernorm
obinlson, of K.tilsa.., tlie leader of theI
ree State light, an Abolitionist and He
ublicau, as the Dentocratic and l-esub
iissionist candiduto for 'Governor is a
otablv veont inl the political history of
Ev v!v,v an:-rbs exeept. Pv.A-;tt1'.1
I1 'r' I I I i 1 1.4 1 ' COld-.1 p I Ys u - i . t11 , 1
1mi -tit m it. , ' ith t. pays ireigt II
Ad g, :-1 d ' Co Catalogi;l. A ,
rers L. F. 1 d::ett, .\lgi<ta, Cia.
LAsT YI-..A the co"ton v(d Aoi! ILks
aid out for scodi ln 1:.'2!3O. wTi his
tr-ge slimi was alm os clea r gini to I he
IrItWirs of the ' Sout.h. I tt t he Collei
i llm y kill all that'.
Pa d tft Pa th Frih
A GRIEAT OIRFER THAT MAY NOT AOAI
nlIP REPE-ATED, so DO NOT DELAY
"STNuii W H1E THE IRON 1s H1OT. 1
Write for Catalogue now, and ay whatl.
Paper you saw this advertisement in.
Reiiimber that I sell everything that,
roes to furnishing a honae- nufactur-,
if.' soni things and buying others In tho
-argest possiblo lotA, WiAch eniables ito toI
wiiIpe out all coiputition.
lURRE ARE A FEW Oe MY START
A No. 7 Flat top Cooking Stove. 11111
111ze, 15x17 Inch oven, fitted with 21 pieces
c ware, dellvered at your own depot.
rl!vfrelt eharges4 pAid by mne, for
Y1113 Twelvo Dollars. !I e
Ai,.in. I will sell you a , o hol Cookinig
Rang13\13 inch ove,, 8xN6 inch top, fit
Ledt With 21 piees of% ware, for TiJ IR
FEEN Db01 A S. and pay the freight to
D( 0 NOT PA Y TWO PRICES FORl
yo.,li -nd you a nikeplush Parlor suit,
talhur I:fr:ni combination er
hanidld, the mo:;t styN11l colors for :m.ml
t your .1aihlo' station, freight paid.
I will nll you a nice 13orlirooui t
osising of Ureau with glass, Ilh
head Udt"r-, 1 Wa11hlitand, 1 Cenie'
table, 4 cali sat clait:, 1 canw Seat au1idi
back rocker all for 16.50, and pay fireli1
to your dopot.
Or I will send you n iegantt Pedromn
uit with large glass, fill imarl top, fo
i30, al pay frkight.
Ni.o win(ow .had on il,prin"g rollor $ 40
Flegant lar falnut - day clock, 4.0(
WahItI 1011nW,, 7.00f
L,aco eartain,t per wNindow%, 1.0oo
.1 vanlot describo -'verything i: a small
ivei-o-rtislenne , but h:- i. an imlene sto!e
Ontaiing 22,4o feet of floor room, with
wa Ire houes aud facio.y buildingsin othei
arts of Auguia miking ili all tho lar
est business of this kind under 0110 lan
iglomlent in the outlihern States. Tiesev
toresanid warehousesaru crowded with
heI chicest prodnetlons of thet best facto
it's. My eat alogue conltainilng illustrations
f goods will be I,ailed if you will kindly
ay where you saw this advortisement. o
lay freight. A ddress,
?rprietor Padgett'i 'arnituro, 1Stove
anid C!rpet store,
110-1112 1road 1Stret, AUGUST.\. GA.
0I1t CORECTIN N A U S E A
Dysentery, Diarrhoa and Cholera In
ntilin. A pleasant medicine of incalcu
)Ie merit in the honie circle for child or
hilt. It is ppuilar, pleasant and ellicient.
ruly a mother's friend. It soothies and
als the mueou-s membranes; md checks
10eiauconts discharge froin head, stomailch
aid howels. 'The moacous dischutrge from
me head anid lungs nare ais prlomptlly r*e
cedA by it as I he luuicous disch.ar'ge from
me bow.h 5. .1t; is inade to relieveC the~
meiOns: sys.temt andi enre -niadsea. andi it
nes it. Jti make-; the Critical period of
'eting. children sale andi ea'y. it, mvig'o
ites and builds up the .systemn wIhile it is
I l)ii and( cOin); the walstedl tissue. 'it
,iecoimmmll id and: usedl largely by phiy:i
an:'. F'or rab. bcy Waiim~nnamak':rk Murral-y
c., Coluia'1t, S. C., and wholesa!e by
owant & W'il'ett, Auigu-ita Ga
UL LER '& A NDERSON
BUGGY' C0., ROCK hILL, 8. C.,
~Ol ThIIEl CATALOGUE GIV
ing Prices. Te'rms and Rteforences of
uggles, Carriages, Wamgonsu, Road and'
hanetn Carts, Harness, etc. All first
ass work maide by hand and wvarranted.
rices lower thman any othier of samei grade.
uri Vehicles are running in every county
South Carolina1 and In many counties of
orth Carolina, deorgia and F lorida. All
quiries promptly answered. In writing
case mnontion thIs paper and don't forgot
give your IPostollic address.' aind slga
cur name plainly.
OL LEl, AND)ERSON BULGGY CO.,
IRock Ili!l, S. C.,
. 1a1)>, wiithx Set ioni Fan ir Spiked -
di Needc CXito;n Elevalor firinis!.ed at Jj
C( lTT)ON (GINS an'.d PItRESSES oef best
herin. Tihomnas iiay Bake', D'erinog
'iwers, (Corbx in H:urrows amt1 1 'lanit. ,Jr.,
A. large stoolk of l',irtabtle andiu Stationtary
niuinit anlii Saw' Mill Enguines 01n handit.
St ato Agents- for
. & (G. CJOOP'EI & CO'S Corlissa .En
s Lane hiaw- MIlls and L iddell Cofn.
ny's comcplote line.
W.. IH. GI3BES, Jnl., & CO.,
Near UnIon D)epot, t
COlUMmA, S. C.
P ARE__ ___
to have I;aughters to educato shionld
seint for clircular of tho
EJTH CA[HDLIN~A COLLEOIE FOR
C O) LiU M B I A, 8, (1,
'Three De)partnments, P'reparuatory, Ac ado
Ie andi Collegiiti. Art and Muisie Do-1
.rtmenits unsurpassod. Iioarding lI )part
ant utnsurpassod In Its appinti miet-1. For
rculars or any lnfoirmationi add ress,
Ri-W. WV. i. ATKRINSON,
Aug 0 -1 Presiden~t.
LIPP3A Yt'8. Whlsl-Dugss
NGIN ES BOILERS, SAW MILLI8 AN )
GRliSTi MILLS .
kro acknowledged to be the best ever sold
in this Stao.
Vhun you buy one of themyou are satisild
that you have mado no mistake.
WrIte for our pricos.
aotton Gins and
AT BOTTOM FIGURES.
I can wavo you money.
i1. C. Badham, Gen. Agt.,
cOiUm BIA, "W. c.
r-U1iino offvo and Factory,
k T RED
--wi1l plrify anId vitalize your
-e-A)',R Wool ott and give your
r fKIK a tlhlroAA rimp tendent at
oud ltuneIltiKmI sa n ng
ho n rcv felt, so well in lie life, and
Is -lfKll live foravir, if ho could
- nr,) ni .in
o:\KK tiorf%4In taim~ wu spring
o o or tak
aur olist ivu ors need toning up)
d u kr ith hevulnche, indigestjon,
Ir you stTer with rervous lirmtration,
A "rvei ulighl"MKI 'U'do a general lot down
of the systom, tako
P. P. P.
For ]Bllo Poimn IffheumatiL Scrofi
ulia, Old sores, Atkdaria, cumwonuge
P. P. P.
Prickly Ash, Poke Root
The best blood p.riflor in the world.
LPPMAN DROS., W-holesale Druggta,
TAPAK'S B;.ocx, Savanrah, (Ia.
(Succesor to Uial iHoller Works.)
JOHN A. WILLISi PROPR.
117 WEST GERVAIS STREET,
MANUFACTrURERS OF (
ZE STEA ENGINESs
ndlo all 5izes of both Locomotives and r- .
tutrn '1Tuhlar Boilers.
/*FIoo ud ry work in 10I ron an Brass ie..
airing p1roImptly executed.
EPOS4IT YOURL SURPLUS MONEY
THE COMMERCIAL BANK,
COLUMBIA, 8. C.
One dollar and upwardo recolved. in
3rcat at the rate or 4 per cont. por atnnm,
aid quIarterly, on1 the first days of Febirua
y, May, August ando Novembehr. Marricd
lonmen and minors can keep account in
heir own nanme. Higher rates of interest
llowved by special arrangement.
C. .1. IRIEDELL, President.
J NO. S. I ifAPHIART, J AMES tlREDELL.
3 E1JAT R
4.r T fON
S1r1 DMT. . -
TE RRY M'F:'Q COn NAm.HV..L.. -r. 6
BY ALL I
[Il* ATTonNEV AT LAW,
PICK ENS C. it., S. C.
Money to loan on easy terms, on well
01lco iII Court House July 26'88.
VELLS& ORR, J. E. BOGGS,
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. 0. -4
ELLS, OUR & BOGGSj
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PICKENS. C. I., S. C.
.F.AxeEj,., C. L. 11OLLINGWORTH,
olicitor 8th Circuit, Pickens, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
~NSE L~ & HIOLL[NGSWORTH,
ATTORNEYs AND COUNsEL.ORs AT I AW,
PICK ENS, C. IL., S. C.
Practice in all the courts of the State,
11d attention giveni to all business entrust
d to them. mirh 14-88tf.
JI L L & '4E L D N
122 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Gas given every '1 hursday and Friday,
umd teeth extractedl without pain.
)R. FRANK SMITH
now permanently located at Easley, S.
i., and respectfully offers his profesj8lonal
arvics to the public generally.
Jan 2 90.
D)R. J. P. C 1i
(AlR E E N V I liii E, M. O.
Oni1ce over Westmorolanid Bros. & Duke's
)rug Store. Jan 1 '898.
X M. NOlMWOOD, D). I). S. *
G RE EN V IiL L E, 8. C.
_Corner Main anid Coftie Street..
I )I.. , * CARPENTEJ$,
Will be found at Liberty on and after the
it October. iIe guarantees all his work
be first class, feW 13'90
J. C. Fitzgerald,
G RE EN V IL LE, S. C.'
Over Westnmoland Brothers D)rug Stor
Lil wvork dlone by the instantaneous proct
LISO make enlargements from old jpictu.
>any size in water colors, crayon, 1
ik, oil anid pla)ni photographs.
oct 21 tt.
VIANSON H OUSE,
I IE MANSION HOUSE -HAS *
been newly refitted and' excellently
irnlshmed. It Is first class in its a
)bitmnents, and is one of the best hotels
me South. Situated in the healthiest a a
Lost delightful locality in the country, It.
Ters superior, attractions to visitors aud
a cuisIne cahnet be exeled In any ctt.