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Columbia, March 23, 1894
The total number of electors I
in this country, including women
entitleds to vote, is 13,500,000. 1
D)andruff forms when the l
glands of the skin are weakened,
and, if neglected, baldness is
sure to follow. Hall's Hair Re
newer is the best preventive. 1
There are almost four times as '
many Americans living in En
gland as there are in France.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Til. BEst SALVE in the world for cuts,
Bruiy4 ;. Sores, Ulcers, ialt Jlhenim,
Fever Sores. chappe: H .tla. chilbliins,
c(trnl, an$ l ll Skin Eruptions, an. prfi
tively cares Piles, or no pa;y required.
It is giwrinteed to give perfect sstisfac
',1 ' 1 25 cents
Q is the letter O with a tail.
Hence its name, which comes
from the French queue, a tail.
It is too much to have to scratch
for a living and for relief also.
Hunt's cure will not help you in
the former case, inut will sure
cure the Itch or it costs you
Emperor William sells the pro
ducts of his farm at Pottsdam
to. whomsoever will buy at mar
GUARANTEED CURE, ,
We authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumptioou, coughs and colds, upon
this condition. If youare afflicted with
a cough, cold or any ling, throst or
chest trouble, and will use this remedy
as directed, giving ita fair trial, and ex
perience no benefit, you may return the
bottle and have your money refunded,.
We could not make this offer did we not
know that Dr. King's New Discovery
a ould be relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at B. B;. Red 3itt &
Co's, store. Large size 50c. and $100.
The King of Portugal could i
sell the jewels in his crown for
$6,500,000 in case of a royal
'The people of this vicinity
insist on having Chamberlaino's
tui gh Remedy and do not want
any other," says John V. Bishop,
of Portland Mills, Indiana. That
is right. They know it to he
superior to any other for colds,
and as a preventive and cure tor
crounp, and why should they not
insist upon having it. 50 cent
bottles for sale by R. B. Blanks,
The velocity of the earth's ro
tatioh on its axis at the equator
is 1,440 feet per second, or nearly
25,000 miles a day.
017BE FOR HEADACHE.
Au a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electrie Bitters has proved to be the
very beat. 16 effects a permanent oure
snd ihe moat dreaded habitual sick head,
aches yield to its influence. We urge all
who are afflicted to procure a bottle, and
give this reamedy a fair trial. In cases
of habituaIrconstipatnion Eleotric Bitters
curee by giving the needed tone to the
bowels, sad few cases long resist the use
of thaile4Ioine. Try it once. Large
bottles only fifty cents at B. B. Reddstt
Sdcdtptors contend that the
height of the Venus de Medici,
five feet five inches, is the per
fect stature for women.
A few, very pointed reasons
wbVbeattahdn's OhillT'onic, #111l
be a greataunoees. &Isl abso
lately Ap£qa all ,deleterloua
au Pi 1baibiftE tiud reieer faling
Guaranteed~o eare. What m ore
could yop ask? Pat upoin both
the tel le~addl)tter &tylcs.
PhotestaPslicrselatm that they
.eautail~a Iptitif ofa rtfle ball
gl~hduah Ilbis slbiteioeten
seedespos4L .teLeto~4UI ufggee
slchgeek ~'Nlo~atmto y.SPdW
pkh4h tbheastditasitesd bit'
uiSD~OwI~,ss .~O~f~ grE~E8l
---ai ltb`~ogopS (d
No Work In IIis.
"It seems to me," said the ed- '
neated tramp, "that the funny
literature of the day of which we
form such a component part, is
alien to all our views and tradi
"How sof" asked the overcome
householder faintly. 1
"Why, you see, my dear sir,
they can't work the tramp, so
they are working the jokes about
him for all they are worth-see?"
But the door closed on his elo
quence with a dynamite slam.
Detroit Free Press.
CHILD BIRTH * *
* * MADE EASY!
" MOTHERS' FF.IEND "IS a scientific.
ally prepared Lmirnent, every ingre- 1
dient of recognized value and in f
constant use by the medical pro
fession. These ingredients are comn
bined in a mannerhithertounknsown I
* FRIEND" *
WILL DO all that is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to ]
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " MotHaRs " mailed FREE, con
taining valuable information and
Sntbyexpresaon receiptofprice $L.Operbottla t
BRADFIELOD REGULATOR CO., Atlants,6a.
BOLD BY ALL DRUOOGIST
~--~----- -4~-P-- -
An amount of blood equal to
all that contained in the body
passes through the heart once
every three minutes.
"Little spells of fever, little chills
Makes the mighty graveyard and
the angel band.
A little of Cheatharnm's Chill Tonic
Taken now and then
Makes the handsomne woman and I1
the healthy men."
Put up in both the tasteless and
Very successful English bar
risters like Sir Charles Russell
have yearly incomes variously
estimated at from $75,000 to
"What's in a name?" Well,
that depends. For instiance, the
name of "Ayer" is sufficient
guarantee that Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla is a genuine, scientific
blood-purifier, and not a sham,
like so much that goes by the
name of "sarsaparilla." Ayer's
Sarsaparilla is the standard.
One 200-acre peach orchard in
Georgia has returned the owner
a profit of $125,000 in five years,
aand one season the crop was a
Persons who are subject 1o
attacks of bilious colic can. al
most invariably tell, by their
feelings, when to expect an at
tack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
is taken as soon as these symp
toms appear, they can ward off
the disease. Such persons should
always keep the Remedy at hand,
ready for imnmediate use when
needed. Two or three doses of
it at the right time will save them
much suffering. For sale by B.
B. Blanks, agent.
At Saltsburg, Austria, a man
was kept prisoner for fifteen
years, during which he never
saw a human face.
Summer cometh on apace, and
and fever. flJaie. tinip ,'by the
forelock ulddlay id a supply of
theagata'ebhiligenie that your
days In thela'ndobat' be' ihanty.
Put up in both'te tasteless and
All of the celebiri~a Oheatham
remedies for.sale by I. B. Blanks
at wholesalieand retail, and re
, :I y0, 0., Bridger and B. 11
ed~IIP~& o o. man Hunts Cre~
,E by l. D JBlankia.
An iinde rgoiod railway up
~ the Jungfrad nuoonthin is one of
th late praoects of Swiss en-.
0- c;~(R ewtoai
extanrt Se the eare
Sold by W .Is VanHorn.
Artificial ice was first man
ufactured by the use of chemical
mixtures in the year 1783.
A Skeleton ini the Closet.
How often do we hear of this 4
in domestic life at this day. But ,
what is more appalling than the
living body made repulsive with I
skin and scalp diseases, salt
rheum, totter, eczema and scrof- I
ulous sores and swellings. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Dis- 4
covery is the positive cure for l
all of these diseases. Iftaken in ,
time, it also cures Lung-crofula, I
commonly known as Pulmonary 1
Consumption. By Druggists.
Keyser, N. C.
Dr. R. V. Pierce: Dear Sir
When about three years old I
was taken with mumps, also had
fever, floally Iliad that dreadful
disease Scrofula. The most em
inent physicians in this secoion I
treated me to no avail. I bad
running scrofulous sores oneft
side of neck and'face. V4was
small and weakly when eight or
nine years old, and in fact was
nearly a skeleton. Six bottles of
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery wrought marvelous obang
es. Although the sores were I
healed in eight months, I did
not quit taking it until I was
sure it had been entirely routed
from my system. The only signsE
left of the dreadful disease are
the scars which ever remind me
of how near death's door I was
until rescued by the "Discovery."
I am now eighteen years old and
weigh 148 pounds; and have not
been sick in five years.
HARVEY M. HOLLEMAN,
Agt. for Seaboard Air Line.
For constipation and'headache,
use Dr. Pierce's Pellets.
By the old system of chronolo
gy in vogue in ChObina the year
1894 is marked as the year 7,910,
Headaches and backaches are
forerunners of chills and fevers.
Commence using at once Obest
ham's Chill Tonic. Free from
poisons, pleasant and cure guar
anteed. Put up in both tasteless
and bitter styles.
Three days is a very short time
in which to cure a bad cash of
rheumatish; but it can be done,
if the proper treatmentisadopted,
as will be seen by the following
from James Lambert, of New
Brunswick, Ills: "I was bldly
afflicted with rheumatism ia the
hips and legs, when I bought a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. It cured me in three days.
I am all right to-day; and would
insist on every one who is aidlict
ed with that terrible disease to
use Cbamberlain's Pain Balm
and get well at once?. 50 cent
, bottles for sale by H. B. Blaoks,
r Every day in a man's lifrnay
I be made brighter by doingiome
act that will make his own .eon
science gives its unseen apoval
' to the deed. It is the dissa ec
I tion with one's self that ctes
rest and misery. Many alman
daily wishes that the "still mHll
voice" would hush its upiaid.
ings. The only way is do
the best we can and cons ce
r will not be so persistentl cen
1 The strongest recommon on
the town. When the
f recommend it you mnay;. ~
r that that article has mo
ordinary meriit. Here i 1bat
j the Centerville, South ota,
Oitizen says editorially o t
· tide sold in their toWn: n
g personal experience we ay
- that Chamberlain's 0ag
edy has broken up 6ad c for
our children. We are acq ted
with many mothers in .
ville who would not be out
it in the house tor a
t times its cost, and arem
-, mending it every day."
bottles for sale by R.B , B
Sold by B. B. Blanks. .,
A Good Investment.
A prominent attorney, living
on West Pine street, has a 5
year-old boy that, considering
hisyears, is said to be his father's
equal in shrewdness. The other
day there was a little girl added
to the family. The boy is not a
lover of babies, but he dotes on
dogs. The next day after the
birth the boy began to wonder
what his parents wanted of an
other baby, and if they had to
have something new in the house
why they didn't get a ptlp. That
night he climed on his father's
knee and asked:
"Do babies cost much?"
"Well, quite a good deal," re
plied the head of the household.
"1)o they cost more than $5?"
"Yes; they generally cost a
great deal more than that."
"Did my little sister cost as
much as $101"
"Yes, she cost ten times as
much as that. Don't you think
she is worth more than $100?"
said the proud father.
"Shucks, no!" exclaimed the
future great. "Why that baby
can't do anythink but cry. Can't
hardly kick. Now I know a fel
low that's got the best kind of
pup and you can get him for $5.
Now if you wanted to make a
good investment for me and
something that I could use why
didn't you save $95 and buy me
the pnp?"-St. Louis Republic.
Best Core For
All disorders of the Throat and
Lungs is Ayer's Cherry PectoraL
It has no equal as a cougIh-cure.
"When I was a boy, 1 had a bronchial
trouble of sueih a pIr:.istent ntdl stub
born character, that th:e doctor pro
nouncel it incurable withl ordinary
remedices, but recoinznewtdcid me to try
Aycr's Cherry P'"ctoral. I did so, and
one bottle curetd me. For the la- t iilteen
years, I have used'this lpreila.tion wHith
good efftTect whenever I take a bad cold,
.and I know of nubhers of pe'ople who
keep it in the house all the time, not
considering it safe to he witlhout it."
J. C. Woodson, P.:M., furest Uihl,W. Va.
"'"For more than twenty-five years, I
was a sufferer fran lung trouble, at
tended with coughitig so severe at times'
as to cause helmorrlhage, the paroxysms
frequently lasting three or four hours.
I was induced to try Ayer's CherryPec
toral, and after taking four bottles, was
thoroughly cuiredtl." -Franz Hoffman,
Clay Centre, Kinus.
"Last spring I was taken k own with
la grippe. At times I was completely
prostrated, and so ditiflult was my
breathing that my bre'::st seemud as if
confiled in an iron ca;;e. I procured a
bottle of Ayer's (cerry Pectoral, and
no sooner had I began taking it than
relief followed. I could not believe that
the effect would he so rapid and the
cnre so complnete."-W. E. Williams,
Cook City, S. Dak. -
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayor & Co., ILowetl. hems.
Sold by ll Druggists. Prico $1; six bottles, ,6,
Promptto act, sureto cure
Ir"C. C. C.Certain Chill Cure"
Is not the best reme8y you have
ever used for Chills and Fever
your mon~ey will be retftnded,
Pleasant to take. Prie 80 ctu.
Sold by B. B. Blatiks.
Slike to takea"C@. C (.
Cei*Mn Chll Cure;" the pleas.
ant'a d guaranteed cure for
F~e!er, ;Ague alna la-~3r et.
tew'1Wu a e.n Prie 8Octe.::::::::::~
iSod by W. L. VafHorU.
P Miidtagatsimfe, 0? dhdin r idr hoa I
Iftl pleamat. to take arcur M~lara, 155.
h mae. -HTUPImeub d ILvarOOmplaltaL
Beef, pork, mutton and all kinds of
game sold at
J.1 M.cCabe's City Market,
hel pays m & tprice for MattLf hogs
theAp and game,
1Pokgb Week by r tý4drv wobywk-4
-onuiilonl. Oar. tee1.
1 ---Dningghon'$ Buhineas COU8l:( sad
'Soboq1 of Shorthand and Telegraphy,
` NatU eTeTenn.
. Cheap. bb+ rd. l li won:,tiler any'
) a~:h rillo;'Tenn..
sower has no
second chance. If
o ould at firt suc
ceed, be sure and start with
err le ed Annual for 1894
contains the sum and substance
of the latest farming knowl.
edge. Every planter should
have it. Bent free.
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment
Is a certain cure for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles,
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head,
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
TO HOES OWNEBS.
For putting a horse in a fine healthy con
dition try Dr. Csdy's Condition Powders.
They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, giging
new life to an old or over worked horse. 25
cents per package. For sale by druggist.
R B., BIlankB, agent~i.
FELT costs only $2.00 per 100
square feet. Makes a good roof
foryears,and anyone can put iton.
only 60 cents per gallon in barrel
lots, or $4.50 for five gallon tubs.
Color dark red. Will stop leaks
in tin or iron roofs that will last
for years. TRY IT. Send stamp
for samples and full particulars.
GUM ELASTIC ROOFnGo Co.,
39 & 41 W. Broadway,
Local agents wanted.
U.. f. rEATORS
ED White ..............New Orleans
B L Gibson ............. .New Orloans
A Myer.......................1ht Diet
M D Lagan....................24
Andrew Price..................3rl "
NC Blanchard............ ....4th
O J Boatner.................5th "
S 1M Robinson ............6th
Terms at Monroe, commencing on the
fir't Mlondays in April and October.
Aleck Boarman, Shreveport......lJndge
M C Elater, Shreveport,......Dist Atty
John WV WhVbeaton, Shrevep6rt....Clerk
AC Gibson, Delhi........ ...Marshal
Hurplo J Foster............Governor
Chas P.:rlange.........Lient Governor
Thos Sicott Adams ... Secretary of State
W W Heard..............Auditor
M J Cnningham.... Attorney-General
A D Lafargue. ...Sut. Pub. Education
G T Beauregard......Adjutant General
H B Rliohardson, ..Chief State Engineer
J S Ianior,..kRegister State Land Ofiee
Twenty-third Senatoriail TDistrict com.
posed of the pariebes of Richland, Cald
well, Franklin, Jackson and Ouachita.
G B Brunmby............Richland
W B Womack ................Lincoln
A W Faulkner...............Caldwell
Francis T Nicholls........Chief Justice
F P Poche, St. James 1
S D MEny,O a itai Associates
L B WVatkins; Ree River
C 0 Fenner, Orleans I
SRJ Wilson, Monroe........ .Clcrk
) Meeta at Monroe on the arst Monday
COUaT Or APPrte
J C Moncure Gaddo........
E W autberlin,Deloto...... Judges
']a1ted o cosrr
For CaldwellY b Moadays of Maurch and
Qctobex . ..
.. ýTRI T. 00UT
GMorsgeWAr Caldwell...... ,Judge
RE illing, Winn.., i ttrio Attorney
;OPT T~X=~ CA~aWWXa
l iodaysaaflniiary sand Julj, eivil
terms, and Motndays of April and 4th
ifondays of tepptmer ,.:
A '' iggb.k
tL .....A se;er alid 1Iegitr
F mble............. ...,.SuPrveyor
R B 1itsefl.......:. .a h Treasurer
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C G ..relL....... ...~..~.... 6
S..Oa ................... I
C·Jgbnselar.k... ..... . . "0
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