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LOUIS APPELT, Editor.
Wednesday, February 28, 1894.
The Greenwood Leader a news
paper just launched upon the jour
malistic sea, is well gotten up, neatly
-printed, and we wish it much success.
Senator McLaurin, recently elected
to the United States Senate from
Mississippi, is a cousin of Congress
man John L. McLaurin, of this dis
trict. The Senator is a South Caro
linian, and was born in Marlborc
I seems that South Carolina is not
the only State where petty spleen is
used against the officials in power
Last Thursday Governer Hogg o:
Texas was out bird hunting, and his
political opponents swore out a war
rant against him for violating the
game law. The Governer gracefully
.submitted to the arrest, and gave
bondto meet histrial, and he says, if
found guilty, will promptly pay the
Sheriff James P. Hunter, of Lan
caster, has been appointed United
Pates Marshal for the District o
-ath Carolina. Sheriff Hunter is a
"-ry popular man in his county, and
the last election, although a Con
, vative and Lancaster, a Reform
qronghold, Hunter was elected sher
if This winds up all the big federal
':,ams for this State, and Mr. Cleve
Land -has favored the Conservatives
wi&rall of them.
According to State Commissione:
Traxler's report, the profits of the
State.dispensary for the quarter end
ing February 1st, amounts to $67,139
This is a fine showing, considering
t6e efforts of the opposition to defea
ihe successful operation of the insti
tution, and when-the town and city
records are looked into, the decrease
.?f drunkenness as shown by them
brought about by the dispensary law
he report is simply marvelous, anc
convinces us of the fact that the peo
ple will neer again want the bar
room system back.
The bitterness and strife among
our people, born of political differences
should be buried, and none will go
farther in the effbrt to restore peace
and harmony than us; but if our op
ponents strike us we do not propose
-for the sake of neace to submit with
out a protest. Sometimes we hope
'that an era of peace is about to se
in, but our h'opesare dashed agains
the walls of disappointment by a bit
ter and. spleen-ladened article in the
oitin press. Whenever th<
lines of the opposition sto]
' g their guns loaded with vituper
ation and falsehood, the Reforn
Ioxes wiU extend the righthand o
fellowship and a day of peace and re
- ihen~onstable Elliott was charge<
g 'wib.sapping a women in a' whiske;
-*en in Chaleston the News an
Courier published. a letter purportin
to.come froma some one claming t
'ow.!2tott, and charged him wit
-)einig capable of doing a worse crim
"than slapping'a woman; in fact thi
anonymous letter painted Elliott a
-blaeck as an imp from the lowe
regions, but when a score of citizen
frm~lott's home, among whom h,
apeut his life, sent .to that paper,
refutation of the slander over thei
- ignatures, it wa's refused publicatior
ro-publish a damaging article abou
-Mafan, and then shut him off fror
;proving his innocence is what we cal
nnfair journnam. Such reprehen
si~coduc seldom occurs. with:
* dieent newspaper, but often occur
The Charleston rYnber of comn
-mece, at the suggestion 6f y. C
2eiinghiII, editor of the News an<
tirier, has called upon Congress
nan.MnLaurin to protect Charleston
interests in Congress.. After all thi
mud thrown at McLaurin by th
News and Coiurier, the editor of tha
-paper asks Charleston's principa
commnercial -organization to place
Oleeatnn's interests fin his hands
We,are glad this was done, as wi
now that none more competent o:
- stworthy could have been found t<
~g~dthe interests ofSouth Caro
lhia's seaport than McLaurin, and i
-'ill give him a fine opportanity t<
return good for-evil. We wronder i
Mr. Hemphill in drafting his reques
resolutions head them with, "Little
curly haired Johnnie;' 'Johnnie toats:
gun;' curly haired Johnnie too big fo
bibreeches?" If he~ did not th<
pssident of the chamber of commercE
must have warned him beforehand o:
he would have done so from force o
habit. - -
A special to'the News and Courie
dated21st inst., says that 'our Gov
~nor was talkbd to in a rough man
ner by a man at the dinner.sta~tion a
Kershaw.' The Governor was~ tirei
and relinig .the car when this
man spede roughly to him, and, o
course,.like a sensible. man he paii
no attention to the bully. The New!
and Qourier, however, always readj
to catch, the sloppy drippings thal
may be thrown at Governor Tillmar
slurringly, headlines this special with
"Rudeness to That Good Man-A
Citizen of Kershaw Abuses Tillmat
to his-face." By its headlines it ap
proves the act of a drunken bully
and seems to take pleasure in pro.
claiming to the world that it is thE
proper thing for bullying curs tc
abuse and villify anybody connected
with the present administration. Bul
wen one of its own followers is
charged with robbing the peoplE
there is no faming headlines pro
e~laiming its disapproval. There is a
remarkable stillness. Let a State
constable do his duty and raid a dirty
whiskey den a howl goes up. Let a
drunken loafer meet Governor Till
man and show him disrespect and
that Vaper claps it hands with delight.
Let one of the former editors of the
News and Courier pilfer the school
funds, and a death-like silence follows.
It is all right to violate the law, curse
and abuse the State's chief magistrate,
ad that paper will give its readers a
full and racy account of it. Then
.when its own kith and kin are shown
obe guilty of theft and forgery that
paper becomes like the little boy the
af rnn over.
We desire to call the attention of
the proper authorities to a matter
which should receive immediate at
tention. The business portion of
Manning has recently been burnt out,
and the owners of the property are
going-to a great expense to rebuild.
We have a large court house square
fronting the principal business streets
and on it are magnificent oak trees.
It would be a decided improvement
to plant the grounds in lawn grass,
and either tear away the fence or
repair it. This can be done at a very
little cost, and we think that those
investing large sums of money in
building up iheir property are en
titled to have the public property im
proved also. Our court house square
can be made -a beautiful park, and we
hope the men placed in office by the
tax payers will have enough public
spirit to improve the public property,
especially when private citizens are
The unsightly huckster stands now
on the court house square should be
removed, as there are plenty of other
places in the town where these stands
can be put without injuring the looks
of property that would be an orna
ment to the town if properly looked
The St. Matthews oil mill last year
paid a dividend of 58 per cent. to its
stockholders. This is certainly a fine
showing and we do not see aur rea
son for not having such an institution
in Clarendon. A mill can be estab
lished here for about five thousand
dollars, and our farmers and mer
chants should establish one, and
thereby manufacture the cotton seed
meal at home instead of selling the
seed here to be manufactured else
where, and buy them back in the
shape of meal with several hundred
per cent. added for profit, cost and
expenses. Farmers, give this matter
serious thought, it is of great impor
tance to you, and we feel assured if
you will show a proper disposition
of establishing a cotton seed oil mill
in this county, our merchants will
lend you a helping hand. Such mills
are no longer experiments; they have
been tried and found profitable, and
at the same time a great saving to
the farmers of the community in which
they have been established. Let us
all pull together and manufacture at
home. the things we send our money
abroad for. We can do it, and who
will start the ball in motion? As a
starter, The Manning Times, to en
courage the building up of home in
dustries, will promise to take stock
and do all in its power to further the
cause. Speak out, people, who will
stock in an oil mill?
Looking to a solution of the much
discussed political problem, Tnd hav
ing offered one or two suggestions,
we present to our readers a call made
to the Reformers of Colleton, which,
we think, is the best plan
yet. offered to bring about
a settlement of the difficul
ties now confronting us. The call is
signed by twenty-one of Colleton's
staunch Reformners, and is as follows:
r"Whereas there is a discussion in
the ranks of the Reformers as to the
Sproper time in which to call a conven
tion, and also as to whether such con
vention should be called at all, and
whereas according to our Reform
ideas and rules, the people should
Supon all important questions, now,
therefore, we the uindersigned Re
formers do issue the following call:
To the Reformers of- Colleton:
You are iequested to meet at the court
Shouse in Walterboro od~ Monday, the 5th
rday of March next. at 12 in., to take into
consideration the propriety of having a con
vention of one from each county in the
State to decide upon the necessity ofT a con
1vention to suggest State officers and if the
jnecessity be determined, to fix the (date o.f
-calling the same.
"If such meeting decide that such con
vention should b e called to elect a delegate
"To~ request all the other counties to call
a meeting and elect a delegate as we have
"T~hat such a convention be held in Co
lumbia on the 4th day of April next, and
Ithat if such convention provides for calling
a convention to suggest State officers that
they fix the date of the meeting of same and
issue the call."
The unity of sentiment among the
Reformers is wvhat we wish to bring
about. We'believe it is necessary
for a preliminary convention of some
sort in order that our forces will not
become scattered and confused, for in
the coming'campaign a death strug
gle will be made to accomplish the
destruction of the Reform Movement,
and that we may be a unit we must
adjust our differences. The Colleton
Splan seems to have such an object in
view, and if adopted by the several
counties good is bound to result.
There may be some who it will not
please, because it will knock the po
litical stilts from under them, but the
masses should not care who is or is
not pleased with a plan they may
adopt. Every man in the Reform
Movement that has its. principles at
heart is ready and willing to fall' into
line with any plan that will put the
Reform army in marching order. A
call of this kind comes direct from
people, and has nothing of the "snap
judg~ment" business about it. Will
the0Reformers of Clarendon accept
the Colleton plan? Speak out from
every quarter. In order that there
may be some uniformity of action
throughouit the State we suggest that
some one at the State capitol issue a
call for the counties to meet in ac
cordance with the Colleton plan. Let
that person be State Treasurer Bates,
Col. D. H. Tompkins, chairman of the
campaign committee of 1892, or Gov.
Tillman, the acknowledged champion
of the Reform Movement.
It is not what its proprietors say, but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the
story of its merit. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures.
Death of Mrs. John J. Hlarvini.
Mrs. Emma Harvin, wife of Mr.
John J. Harvin, of Beach Hill, died
this morning at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Har
vin had been an invalid for several
years. She was a -loving wife, a de
voted mother and consistent Chris
tian. She will be greatly missed by
a large circle of friends and acquaint
ances, and also by a great many in
adverse circumstances, who had
learned to depend largely up)on her
charity. The afflicted family have
the sympathy of the entire township
The r-emains will be interred at the
Harvin burying ground to-morrow
Plowden's Mill, Feb. 27, 1894.
Itch on human, mange on horses, dogs
and all stock, cured in 30 minutes by
Woolford's Sanitary lotion. This never
fails. Sold by J. G. Dinkins & Co., drug
Mrs. Geddings and Mrs. Corbett
are recovering from their reeent at
tack of grip.
Mrs. S. A. White and little digli
ter, Essie, are visiting Mrs. (i. M.
Just wait awhile al(d Paeksville
will show what can he done by luck
and perseveranc(. The town is on a
boom, and is growing up as rapidly
as is possible for a town to grow.
Comne to Packsville by all means.
Madamne Ituiuor says the narriage
bells are to clihite next Thursdaiv
Every copy of the Times grows het
ter. Nomen' feels towards the Times
as big Jin Tom felt towards his tea
none had-all good, ht-st and better.
STATE oF Onto, CIrY or Tom:Do. 1
Frank J. Chenev makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che
ney & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said irmn will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of
Hall's Catarrh Cure..
FRANK J. CIIENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in my
presence, this Gth day of December, A. 1).
[sEnLj A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Send for testino
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
x-Sold by druggists, 75c.
- A Democratic Victory.
The nomination of Peckhiam to bi a jus
tice of the Supreme Co-irt of the United
States was rejected by the Senate Friday by
a vote of 40 to 31.
Although party lines were not drawn in
the consideration of this nomination, the
result, nevertheless, is in the nature of a
democratic victory. A majority of the Sen
ate has declared against rewarding any
form of mugwAumpery with a seat on the
Supreme bench, and the result is in accord
ance with the desires and expectations of
the people.-Atlanta Constitution.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
hard, soft or calloused lumps and blemishes
from horses, blood spavins, curbs, splints,
sweeny, ring-bone, stifles, sprains, all
swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save 450 by
use of one bottle. Warranted the most
wonderful blemish cure ever known. Sold
by J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists, Man
ning S. C.
We were in the court house last Friday
and heard a discussion between two farm
ers about the leaders of the Reform Move
ment. One of them asked why it was the
Anti newspapers were constantly picking
at Irby, McLaurin and Tillman.. He re
ceived the following sensible reply: "A
hunter seeing a drove of turkeys always
selects for his game the biggest gobbler in
the drove, and the Anti papers are hunting
game and at every opportunity call the
most conspicuous figures in the Farmers'
Movement, but we old bay seeds have
hunted ourselves and will not be foolel by
the game calls of our opponents."
We asked if the incessant tirade. against
Tillman, McLaurin, Irby, and other promi
nent men in the Reform ranks does not
cause the people to weaken in their faith of
these men, and lie said:
"No, the people in the country know the
voice of an enemy just as well as the
hunter knows the decoy call of a hunter."
"What about Tilhan for the United.
States Senate?" we asked.
"I read your editorial in the Times which
stated your position upon the sol'ject, and
will say, you have voiced my sentiments to
the letter. I will not vote for my brother
for the legislature if he refuses to publicly
pledge, it elected, to cast his vote for Till
man, and we are not alone in this feeling.
I have been about the county a great deal
and it is the determination of all the true
men in our ranks."
"What about an early convention?'
"The convention business is not bother
ing the people at all. T'hey will stand
solidly together, convention or ,no conven
tion. If a convention is held by the Re
formers our people will take the ticket sug
gested and nominate it in the general pri.
"Are the Antis going to make any ef'oit
tocapture the legislative delegation in this
. "The Antis are laying lowv, and in my
judgment will endeavor to accomplish our
defeat by putting forward men pretending
to be Reformers, buj their scheme will not
work, as the people realize that none but
good, true ~Reformers should be put or
"Oh ! but Senator Butler is confident of
beirng returned to the Senate, and being a
shrewd politician must know what he is
"Senator Butler is banking on the hope
of creating dissensions in our ranks, and
he has great confidence in the ability of
Ben Perry and Cal Caughman to assist him
in bringing about raptures, but the Senator
is dreaming. He is trying the tactics of
city ward politicians, and presumes on the
ignorance of the masses. Had the Scenator
responded to the call of the Antis in 18'00
instead of taking rheumatism he would
have found the masses not as ignorant as
he supposes them to be. They wvere then
learning the alphabet in polities, and by
close study for four years they have become
every man his own politician. By' the
way! I see that the Senator has dlonned a
Refoim cloak, but it don't ;fit him and he
can not button it up close and snug. It is
about three sizes too big for him, and the
silver buttons on it won't fool anybody
either. He had better take good care of it,
so that when Tillman beats him for the
Senate, Mr. Cleveland may be pleased to
see him wear it iat the confirmation services
in the Senate when the President has an
other mugwump friend to have confirmed.
Hold on! my subscription to the T1imecs is
about out. Write me a receipt; I must have
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anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 2~>c. per box. For sale by
.J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
We authorize our advertised druggists to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds, upon this con
dition. If you are aiilicted with a Cough,
Cold, or any Lung, Throat, or Chest trouble,
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It never disappoints. Trial bottles free,
Large size 50c and S1. For sale by
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. I STRENGrl' AND HEALTH.
Ifyou arc not feeling strong and heathy,
try Electric Bitters. If "LaGrippe" has left
you weak and weary, use Electric 1Uitters.
This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stom
ach, and Kidneys, gently aiding those or
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speedy and permanent relief by taking
Electric Bitters. One trial will convince
you that this is the remedy you neced. Large
bottles only 50c. For sole by
'J. G. Dinkins & Co., druggists.
MIary E. L'ase of Kansas, claims that she
is a Mason. She is not the first of her sex.
Maria Deraismues, who died a few days ago,
was formerly initiated in the Lodge Les
Libres P'enseurs du Pea. January 1, 188:.
The lodge, refraetory- to the rules of the
G;rand Oient, soon died and then Mrs.
Deraismes founded a ne0w l, "Le Droit
Humain,' 'whichl is not4 ac~nowedged by
the craft. There were wvoman Masons, so
called, in France in 1815, but were not
URlious 1.-sioN mTTERS.
It cures quickly. For sale by; all delr in
medicine. Get the genuiae.
Go to the Manning Times ofiice for
:he Judgement on Hood's Pro
nounced by Squire Fogg.
The following testimonial comes from T. M.
ogg, Esq., who is well-known throughout Ken
icky as court justice and justice of the peace
)r Bath county. H is words should Invoke the
onfidence of all who read his letter:
C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"I will say for Hood's Sarsaparilla I believe
to be the best medicine In the world. In the
,Inter of '02 I had a bad case of the grip which
eft my system in very bad shape. I tried every
hing I could find and got no relief. In the fall
.f the same year I bought a bottle of Hood's
arsaparilla. The first dose I took
Made a Decided Change
or the better. 'When I began taking the first
>ottle my weight was 127 pounds, the lightest
Ince manhood. By the time the second bottle
iad been used my weight was 10 pounds. I
)we all this to Hood's Sarsaparilla and I gladly
-ecommend it to all sufferers." T. M. FocG,
istico of the Peace, Sharpsburg, Kentucky.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
Aliousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion.
and similar annoyances are caused
by an impure blood, which will
result in a more dreaded disease.
Unless removed, slight impurities
will develop into Scrofula, Ecze
ma, Sait Rheum andotherserious
I have forme time been ad
boo trouble, for ahc r
took many remedies tat
did me rio good. I have -Bloodl
now taken four bottles of
wth te most wonderfl results
Amenjoying the best health I
ever knew have "'ained twenty
pounds and myfriends say t~iey never saw
me as well. I am feeling quite like a new
man. JOH-S S. EDELIN,
Covernmcnt Printinc oice. Washington;D. C.
Our Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
mailed free to any address.
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My entire stock of
nd everything handled by a
fir st-class merchant will bc
sold from now\ 011 regardless
f value and~ cost. This i:+
done to clear out what stock I
now hnivo preparator'y to going
into my new store wich is
lOW ill course of erection.
[ have the goods!
They shall be sold!
The peop1le now have a fine
y1)ortuity, anti should take
tlvantage of it.
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I keep always on hand a .ull lne of
Pure Umugs and Medicines,
'ANCY AND TOILET AR TICLES, TOILET'
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ad am prepared to sell P'AINTS, oILS
LE AD, VARNISUES, URUSHES,
t quantities to suit purchasers.
L. W. NETTLES, M.LD.,
Foreson. S. C.
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- C. S. Meal, Etc., Etc.
Address all letters to
E. H, FROST & CO., General Managers:
PERCIVAL M'FG. C0
DOOR : SASH, : AND BLINDS
. 4/8 to 486 Meeting Street, CHARLESTON, S. C
WETHERHORN & ICHER,
SASH, -DOORS, BLINDS.
7, 9, 11, 13 Smith Street, CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. A. TINDAL,
(SUCCESSOR TO RUTLEOCE & TINOAL)
DEAL: -:- T -:- AND -:- XA.WFACTUMR -:- OF
F UR N-I T U R E.
SUMMENlTON, S.. C.
Keeps in stock a full line of bedsteads, chairs, tables, sofas, wardrobes, bureaus, bed
room sets, cradles, cribs, matresses, bed springs, coffins, caskets, etc., etc. Our stock of
COFFDTS AND CASEETS
is equal to any kept in this or Sumter counties, and we will fill orders at any hour day
or night. Mr. H. H. Windham, a skillful and experienced mechanic, willgive personal
attention to repairing of any arnd all kinds of furniture at shortest notice. Our prics
are as low as the lowest, and all we ask to effect a sale is an inspection of ourgoods. We
are also agents for wagons and buggies which we will sell at lowest possible prices.
"OA LiOR A P H."
is now thirteen years since the Calipadph Typewriter was first put
upon the market and in all that time has responded faithfully
to what is required of a firstc-class writing machine
The Caligraph is recog~nized everywhere as
' the most simple atnd most durable
typewriter. It is easily
learned, does beau
WILL LAST A DECADE,
if properly cared for. In speed contests it has repeatedly taken the first
place and in telegraphic work has never been excelled. For manifolding
purposes it has no superior. With interchangeable parts the Caligraph is
well nigh indestructible. The experience of business men, ministers, te
legraphers, short-hand schools, and government departments all go to
prove that the Caligraph is without a peer.
---SOLD ON EASY TERMS.
C. Irvine Walker, Jr., 8 0.
No. 6 Broad St., - Charleston, S. C.
WMI. SHEPPER.D &a CO
L A R GE au
ASSORTMENT~ ~ ~ Gos t.
Tinwar Send for circulars.
Tinwreand price lists.
Na. 222 Meeting St.. CIIA RLT on S. C.
"0 the snow, the beautiful sno
Filling the sky and the earth I
Over the house tops, over the
Over the ih-ads of the lopl-e y
Beautiful snow! It (an do noti
Flying to kiss a fur !adi ch
Clingin4 to li- in, a froli:oil
I,-ant iful slw. fri om the le-.v
Pnre as :in ani-l and fickie as
0 the sniow, the bo:utifuil sno
Ilow the fl ke: ir on 1la
Whirling -alnt IN -t: dlen
It plays in its l- with -very
Ithlights u) the faca and it sp.
Aud even thei dogs, with a barl
Snap at the crystals that eddy
The town is alive an:1 its hear
To welcome the enoming of be
How the wild crowd go swavi:
Hailing e-ach other with humi
lHow the gay sledges like Ct.
Bright fo.r a moment, then le
Over the crest of the beautifn'
Snow so pure when it falls fr<
To be trampled in ml I
. passing by:
To be traileod : and tra,
thousands of feet
Till it lends with the horrib
Once I was pnre as the sno.
Fell, like the snow thkes.
Fell, to be tramped as the filt
Fell. t0 be scoffed, to be spit.
Selling my soul to whoever w
Dealing in shame for a morst
Hating the living and fearin
Merciful God! have I fallen s
And yet I was once like this I
Once I was fair as the beantil
With an eve like its crystals.
Once I was loved for -my inr
Flattered and sought for the
God and myself I have lost b
The veriest wretch that goes
Will take a wide sweep lest
For all that is on or about ini(
There is nothing that's
How strange it 'should
Should fall on a sinner with
How strange it wonll be, w
If the snow and the ice strn
Too wicked for prayer, too
To be heard in the crash of
Gone mad in its joy at the
To lie and to die in my terri
With a bend anI a shroud
IF YOUi 1:A CK A
Or vou are nit worn out, really Z(
it is general debility.
B1:W.owsS 110W JUi'
It will cure you. and give a good
by all dealers in nedi
The erratic editor of the S -
is a political freak. He pro
Allianceman of the strictes
never fails to stab an Allin
and Gonzales, of the State,a -
ical chums. Dargan brags.
Gonzales bra:-; on Dargen.
the Alliance and the other i- --
ration lover. One is a P -
other a Haskellite. Neither --
both are political nondescri
H U MP HREYS'
Dr. Humphreya' Specifices arosclflea1and
carefully prepared R~emedies, used for years in ,
private practice and for Over thirty 75.bytheo
pole witti entire success. Every snl pcd
a spcl cure for the disease named. .
They cure without drugging, purging or reducing
the system and arc in fact and dfeed the Sovereign,
Remedien or the World..
1-Fevers, Congestions Inhamatlons..- .*25
2-Worms, Wormx Fever, Worm Colic.....2
3-Teething; Colic, Crying, wakefulness .25
4-Diarrhea, of Children or Adults. 25
7-Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis.......... .25
8-N'euralgia, Toothache, Faceashe.... 25
9-Headaches, Sick Headache, Vertigo.. .25 I
10-Dyspiepsia Blliousness, constlpatlon. .25!
11i-SuppresseaI or Painful Periods... .25.
12-Whites, Too Profuse Periods........25
13-Croup, Laryngitis, Hoarseness....25
14-Salt Rheaim, Erysipelas, Eruptions.. .25
15-Rheumatism, Eheumatic Pains....25
16-Mlalaria, Chills, Fever and Ague....25
19-Catarrh, Influenza, cold in the Head. .25
30-urnary Weakness, Wetting Bed...2
HUM~PHREYS' WITCH HAZEL OIL,
" The Pile Ointment."-Til Size. 25 OIts.
Sota br Dr,,ctai.or set pesi-paid o receip of Price,
n. iicrrlys' MASLTAL 1144 pages,) MAIL.ED REE.
l1UIPHRETS'IED.C..111 ki13 WlliamSt., NEW YORli
CAUTION.-I' a dealer offers' W. L.
Douglas Shoes at a reduced price, or says
he has them without name stamped on
bottom, put him down as a fraud.
~5.oO. 3 O R 2S
$3 SHOE nTHWORLD.
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish, easyv it
ting, and gve better satisfaction at the prices ad
vertised than any othcr make. Try one pair and
be convinced. The stam ping of V. L. Douglas'
name and price on the bottom, wh'ich guarantecs
their value, saves thousands of dollffrs annually
to those who wear them. Dealers who push th'e
sate of WV. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers,
which helps to increasc the sales on their full linc
of goods. They can afTord to sell at a less promi.
and we believe vou can save monev by buyzng all
vo::r footwcar o'f the dealer sdvertised below.
~Cak1.:uc free upon application. Address,
W. L. DOU'GLAS, Brockton, Mlass. Sold hw
Horton, Burgess & Co.
Save You Eyes!
When' aon noe i a pa:"f spectacles don't
i ntferior gass. You will find none
- CRYSTALM rLSS
THE CEL EBRATED
in~inn - -- Eliia - i- 930 i0s a
-: YE -:- GLASSES. -:- 1
For sale by
DR. W. M. B3ROCKINTON,