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Columbia, March 30, 1894
Uncle Sam bas 1,416 clerks 60
years old and over.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tar* lmt T lr in the world for outs.
BruIess. sores, Ulcers, Hlt Riheum.
Fevterores. ohapped Hands, chill:,ins.
corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and ptoN
tively nares Piles, or no pay reqmr,.d
It is guaranteed to give perfeet stisfac
tion, or money refunned. Price 25 ,,tes
per box. For sale by B. B. Redditt & Co
Egyptian bhildren are never
washed until they are 1 year old.
If the hair is falling out and
turning gray, the glands of the
skin need stimulating and color
food, and the best remedy and
stimulant is Hall's Hair Renewer.
Needles wereflrst made in 1545,
when ten was a good day's work.
It istoo much to have to scratch
for a living and for relief salso.
Huntlecure will not help you in
the former case, but will sure
cure the Itch or it costs you
It it believed the fly can make
600 strokes a second with its
A NOUSEHOLD IBEASURE.
D. W. Fuller, of Canajoharie, N. Y.,
ays that he saways keeps Dr. L.ng'.s
New Discovery in the house and his
family has always found the vere bnee
results follow its use; that he we old not
be without it, if proeurable. 0. A.
Zykeman Druggiss, Catskill, N. Y.. satys
that Dr. King's New Discovery is un
doubtedly the best congh r medy; thiu
be has used it in his family for eight
yeam. and it has never failed to do all
that is claimed for it. Why not try :e
remedy so long tried and tested Trial
bottles free at B. ,. B Reditt & tCo's
store. Regular ise 50s. and $1,00.
The total income of the church
of England is about $1,000,000
"The people of this vicinity
insist on having Obamberlain's
Cough Remedy and do not want
any other," says John V. Bishop,
of Portland Mills, Indiana. That
1s right. They know it to he
superior to any other for colds,
sais a preventive and cure tor
croap, and why should they .nut
insist upon having It, 50 cent
bottles for sale by B. B. Blanks,
Blephants are dreadful sitffer.
S. ,Cliffod, New Crasse. Wis., was
toobled with Neuralgl a and Rheumat
ims, his stomach was disordered. . his
ier was adfeted to an alaroing degree.
'rt fetl! away, and he lewe terribly
nhla tesh Anl| atrenIgthl, I hrew
bo'ilhof Electrie Bitters cnrl him.
. Edward Shepherd, Harrisbargl, Ill.,
d sunning ssge on his leg uf eight
tndiag. Used thr.e bottles of,
re Bitters and seven 1tis4 of
"48f'rs Arail Salve, and his leg is
'e'ud wasi ,4L Job, 81pesker, ('atawn.
O.' Iilavre lever f uee on his i leg.
';thtiia1 he was ineurable. One he.it
ttlitlb e Bitter anUd one t, RBuck.
l ; e him entirely.
M -i sisa that the lumber out.
,gt of thoe.r aolfe Northwest do.
ereasedio( 00oo fet last year.
A .* ~ very pointed reasons
why CheOsltham's ohll Tonic, will
Y'b~tp p Mscacess:e - It is also.
) :p thip.- from t ,nsdl deleterlous
in lentsae; pleasant totherante;
4~J42li tOi11i4 never alliing
F iiivsU W arbtD mo
5" s n I*r a
WestVirginia has 16,000square
miles of coal fields,an area great.
er than the coal region of Great
Who are for the first time to
undergo woman's severest trial
A remedy which, if sed as directed a few
weeks before confinement, robs it of its
PAIN, HORROR AND RISK TO LIFE
of both mother and child, as thousands who
have used it testify:
oIasd two bottles of MoyauTrs FRssnd with
mar elous results, and ish tvery woman
ho has to pass through theordeal of child-bith to
,ow If tatt will use MoTHERs FRIENDforafew
w ksit robconftnementof faiandht.d srrts,,
sad insurs jsfe!f to lift of mslher and iltsd.
JlMs.l SAM IAMILTQN, Uontgometi (ity.Mo.
Bent by &exc baige pu ir-aid, rMeipt of
ukSlA0perhottle Soldb alldaggtst. Look
obothers maled free.
BaIunlaD asoUrAToa Co., Atlanta, Ga.
-mar -~- ---
Roattetl c ffee andl gromnd
coftee Ibeans mixed with Illmtey
are used to restore broke, downI
horses in Germany.
"Little spells of lever, little chills
Makes the mighty graveyard and
the angel landl.
A little of Cheat ham's Chill Tonic
Taiken now andl the
Makestihe ihantldsomiUe woillan andi
the healthly lmen."
Put lip in both the tasteless and
The railroads of I olliad are
the safest. There is only one pns
senger killed per aumllll while
only four are inljuired.
There is no reason why child
ren should be allowed to suffer
frmnlm loathsome se otitions sures
and glanular swellings whlell
'sneh a pleasaIt, effective, and
econmomical mledicine as Ayer's
8arsajuparilla tay be procmured of
the inearest druggist. . Be sure
you get Ayer's.
If all the devils were cast out
of some people they would look
like walking skeletouas.-Galves
Persons who are sunject to
attacks of bilions colic can al
niost nuvariably tell, by their
feelings, wh.en to expect an at
tee), -if ChlllllberHiln's Colie,
Obholera and Diarrlhta Remedy
is taken as soon as these symp
toms appear, they can ward off
the disease. Such ersotns should
always keep lhe Remedy at hand,
ready for illlllltediae utse when
needed. Two or threle d(oses oif
it at thie righttime will save Ilhem,
much snffetrillg. For sale by R.
B. Blanks, acent.
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The man who believes only
half he hears generally gets along
pretty well if lhe selects the right
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"Twrime and tide waits for no
uun." An oc~)sionial dose. of
Chiathanl's Chill 'Tonic of'te
saves 'you froml a lolng spell of
lckne8ss. "NTo Cir noi paiy.·" Pllt
iup in boitil the tas.eless and bit
Panch is the Hinhon word for
five, herause five ilngredients
arrack, sugar, tea, lemons amil
water-enter into its comlposi
A trial will eovlnce the most
iieptil that " . C. C. C irtnl
Couh Cure" Is the greatest
S1iem sCromtp, Coughs,
Sohl by W.L. Vaunliom.
In the ten yearsn from 18)1 to
181,lbirpy 4 n!rote Ithe nominal
Ivaleolr ~aisit $I00,( wenre pre
a qd-tothe auk of Enghnamld.
Headacih an 'leckaches are
forerunners of chills and fevers.
Oommaence usilng at once Chleat
ham's (Ctll Toic. Free fro,.
pohl*ie pr4easant andt e1 e uOl n lrI
antga. Put up in both tasteless
aiud bitter style s.
It is tarnal halrd to keep soul
and IMby toge~ber. But it is
harder tr keep your nlouth to
BROWN' 8 IRON BITTgRS
Ci sa Dyap pspia, In
digestion & Debility.
Mashonaland has a newspaper
called the Umlatali Advertiser.
It is written, tnot printed, and the
edition of fifty 'is issued by a
A Pleee ot Her Mind.
A lady correspondent has this
"I want-to give a piece;of my
milind to it certain cllss who ob
ject to ladvertisilng, whtll it costs
ihem anyt1.hiug--this Won't cost
themli a ient.
I slfftered a living death for
nlearly two years with headaches,
backache, in plain standlling 1or
walking, was being literally
dragged olt of existenlue, 11ny
ulisel'3y ilncrealsed by Ilrlgginlg.
At last, in despair, I connmit
ted the siill of tryig IIIn di:lver
t ised nuliedicie, Dr. Pierc(e's Fa
v'orite Prescription, alnd it re
stored mne to the e.lessldless of
soundil health. I honior the ph'y.
sician who when lhe kullws he
call cure, has the moral wurane
to ad ertise the ft4ct." -"
The miledicine ineltlioned is
ganrantiieed Itoi (llre thie delicate
dlise'ases pieculiar to 'fetimlls, as
' emiale Weakness," leri dical
pains, irregularit its, nervous
pirotration, spasms, chorea or
St. Vilus Dance, shleeplessness,
I lithreateed ilnsanlity.
To pernelni tllv cure constipa
tiion hiliuitsness, indigestion ior'
dlyslwplia, use Dr. Pierce's Pleas
Three daysI i a very shlltrt timne
ill whuich to clre a bail cast, of
rlahelunatislh; bilt it canl he donte,
if the proper I reatillelt is alolptedl,
as will be seen by the tlilhlwijllg
from Jamies Lambllert, of New
IBrlinswick, Ills: "I was badlly
afflicthted with rheumatismn in the
hips anil legs, when I bought a
bottlu of tIhainberililn's Pahil
Balan. It cured me in three dyhis.
Ilam all right to-day; and would
insist on every lle who is afflict
ed with that terrible disease to
use Chamberlaili's Pain Balmhn
anldl get we.ll at onlce." 5 5 etli
bottles for sale by I. B. Blanks,
The town of Sing Sing, N. Y.,
where the ipenliteltiary is located,
owns its peculiar Iia111e to John
Sing Sing, a frielnly IhuIliat, so
an old gazelteer says.
The strongest recolilimenilation
that any article cani have the
elldorsit'lelm t of the liiothl rs of
the towVi. Whlcli tile Illithers
rtecolllllelllnd it you may kllnow
that that article has IiIore tllll
ordilliiry mlerit. Hewe is! what
the Centerville, Soith IDkota,
Citizen says editolriallly of an ar
ticle sold in their tldWl: F'ron
personal experience e we c say
lhait CLihauerlaill's (3oiughn meil
elldy has broken uip ladl eol thfr
our childrean. We are acq intled
with many mnothers ill enlter
vlle who would not be wtllhint
it in the Ihouse for a goodmlllany:
timles its (cost, alldl ire irteloll
Illenlilmig it every dlay." 50 cent
botlels for sale by It, B. Blanks,
Wives of S;amniese nioblemen
ent their hair so that it icks
straight up from their hads.
The average leIngth of theiahair
is about n inch aind a half.;
_rolCe.~ s. e H ReghirlM
8old by R. B. Bualnke.,
Fenris, tbh man f hei l,
sofferled t 0,000 a year to . pu-.
jectors of the new M aiatran
bnilding, oil Browl wai y ~iw
SYork, if they wUald bli i tower
on it and give hint the :tevator
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ChlIdra Ikie to take ke- CI
Certatin Chill Ca t 1...
tow than i oman
ould by W.s, . VanHarm.+,
is not hi'+'4 +
SSold Ib latr "
A man who subscribes for a
weekly newspaper in Georgia re
cently deducted fiMr cents from
his yearly subscription because
be missed three issues. This is
the same man who climbed over
the tence tor tfear of wearing out
tihe gate hiuges.--Atlanta Con
That AYER'S Sarsaparilla cvEus
OTHERs of Scrofulous Diseases,
Eruptions, Boils, Eczema, Liver and
Kidney Diseases, Dyspepsia, Rheu.
matism, and Catarrh should be con.
vincing that the same course of
treatment WILL CURE YOU. All
that has been said of the wonderful
cures effected by the use of
during the past 50 years, truthfully
applies toiday. It is, in every sense,
The Superior Medicine. Its cura
tive properties, strength, effect, and
flavor are always the same; and for
whatever blood diseases AYER'S
Sarsaparilla is taken, they yield to
this treatment. When you ask for
don't be induced to purchase any of
the worthless substitutes, which are
mostly mixtures of the cheapest in.
gredients, contain no sarsaparilla,
have no uniform standard of ap
pearance, flavor, or etrect, are blood.
purifiers in name only, and are of
eredl to you because there is more
profit in selling them. Take *
Protearct by Dr. J. C. Avyerco., Lowell, Mau.
sold by ;all'lirugl4it; ricee $l; siz bottlesa, s. -
Cures others, will cure you
aow Mueb Rlain Will Fall?
The Weekly Courier-Journal
has struck a popular' note in its
weather gullessilg catests. A
woliderful lttinollllut of illnterest
waiis akeLn li its oIft'r uof *1,(t0I
fi r the loumest guesses to tIhe
colest 4day ianid Imhnplleratnr
during February, at. Iol.iis ills,
im4li mtnch VahIahle Imgt4Ismatton
was gauhere'id by situlac·ri'her. onl
tie sutijec. This conletet has just
I~teltl cidfiled, I tlhere-i1g t wen l y
eight Inlekglnessrn's. The Week
ly Courier-Jonrnal now nmakes
aiot her otter onI thie samue tlhw.
Por Ihe closest guel ses to tihe
alOtllluit | liiln that will f. II at
Louisville dnring the mnonth of
May, the Weeklv Courier-Journ
al will give $1,00). This money
will lie divided imito nineteeni
presents-onle of )500, two. of
$lO0) each, two of 650 each, four
of $25 each, and tenll of $10 each!
Ealch gluess must beaceonupanieul
by $1, to pay for one year' sub-l
scriptiot to the Weekly Courier
Jonrnal, the best )Detmnocratic
paper publlshed. The rain-fall is
scientifically measuredl, to the
hmardredtlh part of an inch. The
heaviest rain-fall in May during
the pasltt twenty years was evenl
inches and forty-six hln1rhledths
of ann inch. Tile lightest was olne
ineui even. Tihe iaalresrinrelits
aire madle by thle Government
ofliulas of the We a~ier Bureanu
at ,miaville. Sanllle coupiets of
the Iper with full particulars of
the contest, will besent. free to
any address. Write at once, as
nulnder no eirc nlmstal..i 11 itany
guwe bes to teeiveu'te afte e A.pr
30th. Address Weeittylmdarer
Journal, Louisville,Ay( .
Beef, Ivrk. inttshti ad 'il' kinds of
g~m- oti at
J.r. cCabe's City Market
Monroe, La :
H. pays mnrket prio. for catlr., hop.
hals.ie apnl nq.me.
)roar w3ks by aruman4 tehl bgbook.
l t ttwelve. wkby the old
onaditlns. Ur " L"; 's:a,0 amd,.I ,e
cstalogues wWl ppin " Her! Reo*1r
*m--Dra go a lBuun C.#gdr and
ichool of aiOrtu8n4ad Teleraphy,
Nashville, Tena. . .:
Cheap boar. No vitation. Enter any
time, Addre~s J. Y. Danon, I r't,
PLANT PERRY SVUED.
this year. and later up for los tdar
Ferry'elee j Aeusal forslOe wl
" Ive you many valuable bloas
about Wba to rails and hbowt
raie V. Itonauntoswa
Hon t obe had fom no
sourne. Free us al
Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Pile,
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and trcad Head, i
25 cents per box. For sale by druggists.
TO 03Bh3 OWNTRS.
For putting a hore in a fine healthy con.
dition try Dr. Cady's Condition Powders.
they tone up the system, aid digestion, caure
loss of appetite, relieve constipation, correct
kidney disorders and destroy worms, givin
new life to an old or over worked horse.
cents per package. For sale by druggists
it lB B aiiks. n, ert
G UM-ELASTIC ROOFING
FELT costs oinly $2.00 per 100
mqinlre feet. Makes a goitil root
tirytiears,anlid aliiiyoieni putil it on.
G UIM-ELASTIC PAINTests
ollly' 60 cents per Lallon in lnrrei
lots, or $4.50 for live gatllon, tubs.
Color dark red. Will stop hleaks
in tin or iron root's that will lasti
ftr years. TRY IT. Send stall
ifor smpllels anld fi1l partirulars.
GUM ELASTIC ROOFiNG CO.,
39 & 41 \W. Broadlway,
Local agents wanted.
U. L. L'(ATOR3
ED White .............. New Orleans
K L Gibst.nl ..............New Orleans
A ,lyer ...........l............ t Diat
l( L) Igautl.................. Ld ..
Aunlrew Price .................11 *"
N C blelniard .............. 4th "
J lntltuer ................... 5th *
8 .1 Ilshiualn ................6th "
UEDWIIAL 0 aUbT
T. r.is 4it l.loroe., elamencing on the
tirt Awlo as.1 i1 % print i1ai Uctobler.
.Aleck 3 atrfna+i., $ evb1erts......Judge
I.' t: Elne.,r, ,hr vepllrt......)Dibt Aity
J.,is: W \VIh l,on, ,,hr. v.iport.... l.-rk
A G Gi:non. D)..lhl..........Maarsbal
. T TR F ,FI('EII
fI, r, I.. . I! . . , .." r. ..... .... .G ve.r.r
i',.; l ' g. ',4y ... .. . L .';Ie l v rrtrllar
Is ".t '1."1f. %441111 r , Ir it I0htll4.
.i t.h ri ..... .. .... . lii r
.I .h. ri'fk.-lt ... ............ 'r. lIIrer
Ml J 'lnuni.xl haltm.... .ttrnry-OGeurauI
A )i Li.errguelt,....Muipt. Pub. EEllcatilh
( I' . uIIpurl .1 .....Adjuitt Otlitrral
I Iis li;ih ,r.lra ,.. .l.Ciilf $itte Engineer
J .1 L si,.r... l.*gist.r State Land Offies
Twe'lty-thir,1 Senatorial Tistrict com.
posed of the !prbisbe of Piehland., t'ald
w,.ll, Franklin, Jackaeet and Ounehita.
OGB lBrnlnmhy .................Riohland
VY R WRomok ................Lincoln
A W Faulkner...:..........Calldwell
Francis Ti Nich ,lm........Chief Justice
F P Poelhe, St. James
. D McEuery, O)nhbita tes
Ia B Watkiu, Bet River
C C Fenarr, Orleals J
R J Willae. Mlonroe...........Clrk
%teeits at ,Moiroe on the firat Monday
OInU3T *"9 APPhAir
.I C Mnc.llre, (',lsdno .......
1 V dulthbrliu, De uto, .."... r
3R1Ys OP Ofwur
F,,r Cald cell 4th Mondays of March and
'3 o.rg Wear, Caidwell.........Judge
RE Mlling, Wiunn.... District Attorn
UEIRT 1i vloli o1 CAWWL i,
lst LMololtliy of .lannwy anil July, civil
terms. Sal Montdays of April and 4th
J J M,.relith, Nilft ,lf Tax oilreter
MI L Meena ........UClark and ReIonrder
J A litgrs ............... ..Orroner
'I It ith.mell.... .Alessmor ani Registrar
SF liumnhl....... ...r. o
I.U Hamblte................., rveor
Wll. Howel....... ............'.. , .
Bi PI.ldltt. ............. ..
J VIfial................. " .
4 O arrell. .. .........
C ( yEll ...............,,. "
WR f ills......... ....... 9
John seiler................. 1
The Whisky Trust is the most
poweifuil coumbilation in the
U'ited States. Like the article
it handles it overcomes all per.
sons who s'atnd before it. The
ntational governlutelt is knocked
ourl y it, even ns lth hulmblest
lilml)r'r. '1 hre Ip'ofit goes into the
pocket of tlhe producer. Alcohol
is king, despi e all the wat:*r
logic of the worhl.-Daily Item.
Landreth & Sinis' seeds at R.
R. Rtedditt & Co's., who are sole
agents in Columbia.
"Hit dlonll paly," aniild Uncle
Elen, "to l.se yoh telllpull, an'
good nal ire ant er gret blessin'
to a coIInIIinllUity. But udah am
'eisins '"hefn er 1ndb haz ter get
lltnlI etr lie a hypocrit."-Wash.
ONE DOLLAR will usee the New
rlekau Week l ayuu cl oes a ear.
t il a l.p paper. vwith lmHible
*tk,' " ort .,d int.srMti;, aeadiag
astt"i' r allm 'i:ae. It i is ane
.ev i!'hLurndta iuorning t, raeh anl
peat ,men SUateurday. thb aoedtdli
eeloulniuday £ tsding aslsal.
GomurddO O KY. UrNVES3I1Wý:
3m i sa44 N ams Raei 3 s.1m. 1/s.tu..
..1i wae.em. g 3
Wu~ib~m4 Twmeý f O.WumeiTýl..a, wkus s
0IC . WLXINCtl KY.
Photography Is a waondeaarlart. aing.
ible a. it may seem, It s now possibls b the
lid of the camera to show the YmvOYatW
bf bird In Its fnlght. horse at Its wifne
pace, or a bullet as It
lave"s the grn. VT maeath
more that Is most marvel.
ous has boon accomplish
ed in pholography. The
pib-Isl ors of the ronowned
Tbhe Detroit r reLsPrscs(D
trolt, Mich.) bave receatl
ben experimeanttg ln th
direction ct sapld and ae.
tographs and now au.
noune that tbhey ep
pared to Iatae r s
eopies at a vetrl low P3io
'` > trrll send twelve .;olumbla
value $1.0e and The Weekly Free Press era
yeurforLle. It is mececuar tO se a
cablnet or card photograph with rder.
Our readers had better send for a ample
copy of The Fre Plress and learn the par.
are of bthis riMutarkable ofer whigr
ads are taling aIdvantage of.
The New Orlsai Plearm hai
ducd the ysrl abmirlps pieO d
its Weekly~tfro olto 1 S p . Ilu
a splendid I4pf~ paper aied with tohe
best reudiea master. Sample esg g
fIs to amy addrss
They COST MONEY but
They Make A otet
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