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A GREAT SPEECH }
lam Jennings Bryan Speakes
on the Progress of
Cil?lSTlAJ? ID SAL".
As Obaeived on Mis Trip Around liv
World. Shows S .and Pat Aronui nt
Exsralned ard Answered. O w
tfi un.m Owm rshlp ul Rail
Mr. Chairman, Mr. Mayor, Governor.
Ladlee and G : ?.ti mon:
It ia very gratifying to be welcomer?
to this Kr ea t Sou them S.&te, tbi
tyuioal and representafclve Sta>e of
the South, so oed lally hy the repre<
aontattv^o cf your city and your chic'
I appreciate the kind words whlol
they havw spoken. 1 am afraid, now
ovor, that lt is going t o b?i very d 'th
cult fur mo to meat uro up to tho big)
opinion that they baye expressed, i
am glad I am young for I will bj ve s
longer time to end'aver to justit)
their good opinion Y m have dene r
much for mo In the past and been s<
loyal to the things which I have nt JUL
for that you havo an unlimited depos
it in my bank, and can drr. v on it
whenever ycu require it I shall come
here whenever i oan help j ou ?nd i
as in the part, you do no'
need any nolp, l will come'here whoo
ever you can help mo. (Lvughtei )
And you oan he'.p me by glviag no
encouragement^ or giving a.-?* hope, bj
giviug me inspira", on.
I appreciate the gathering of this ira
mense crowe bi fore me. "IL. did no
mention his name, but. be told then
??o vo'.o for the best ma?? ard every
body knows who that is.' (Laughter )
When I have tried to be non parti
san 1 have not always HU C oiled; bul
tod rv I ara not going to ?ry. I tnlnk
ycu ?re a cooa d al PS they were at ?
mcetlr K 1 once addressed at Buokhorn i
school hence, back In '84 JAB I wen!
in the house, a little school house, ono
of tho D mooif.u whispered to me
"Hit '?rn hard, there ls not a Repub
Hean hero." (Laughtei ) Jt was hh.
h'ea of a goon meeting (Laughter )
But I I <A a splendid o'canc^ to ray an
1 e?'.^ted to tay. Tho faot ta 1 really
er j. j ,v meelina letter if some It \>ub
licano ar; present. 1 bate to :uake a
soeeeh on great questions. In ".-oat
cribos, and feel fiat all tue peip'.S
whom lam talking to aro ali ri.-."?1
aud don'?.neon what. I ir.;/.
I iike to. &.cl that i*./o .1 1/ there ma>
bo Boone onov who uugao r,o be u<\ 1 tl,
end I eau after awimo loos; baok *uJ
feol that I hav ?.v;d me ore as a
bran from tho burning. But if I can
not make a sp?'c h fco Republicans
hore, i eau make a speech like I would
moke to RtpubtlCfch* au thu. jun u*-j
know how wc talk io them up bl or til
where they Ked. t altin g :.o. (Laugh
TKinUTK TO 0H1UBTIANITT,
My trip around the woilu has bwi
an Instructive one, lt ha? given me
great enceu ag^ment. I was gls?d that
this meeting was opened with pia er.
I have been a member of rho Ooria
tian chUiCb Rir.oc I vas i4. I hopo 1
have grown in grace, as <,ocy say. 1
think I havo learned tn ap'-r^o'?.*'
the Christian tdoal more than I evir
did before, foi 1 a ve ?cen th? ne; d of
it in the Orient, anrj 1 have relumed
with the belief thai what they need In
the Orient more than anyfcbi; K else h
the Christian ideal that will g'v t'.iem
a conception of lifo worth living up
When In Ohina they to'd noe that
they were living up to tho Gonfuoious
ideal, and that in cur oount.ry we are
not living up to the ?hrlstian ideal,
and I told thom that, a man coulu fab
short of the Christian ideal and yet
live on a much higher plt.no t? an a
man who liven up to the Con fuel ms
ideal. It ls the glory of cur ooncep
tlon of life, tho Christian ideal, and
whllo it is within sight of eveiy one
it is beyond tho rep cb of anv to en
tirely fulfill lt..
I was glad to find everywhere that
democracy was growing. Democracy
means the rule of the people Wo hay.
not visited a laud but we f.und teere
evldenoo of growth of the democratic
idea. Nothing more I re prenses one
than the fact that there is net a na
tion on earth where its seed bas not
heon sown In places where lt ls net
now making progress. Even In Tur
key, tho mo'?t backward of all those
nations, a man was talking to me. ere
day on the boat-the next day bo se n -,
mo apologies booaui'c he did not talk
longer. Ile said that be had some re
form ideas, that be was uador susp'c
iou, that ho nw a ppy watching bin
when he was talkli:g to me and ne wat
afraid to talk any longer. They are
talkhg reform every w ere, i r i work
lng toward the D?mocratie ideal. it
is growing In thia country 1
will speak of this growth t.ftcr r.
I come to bring you words of en
oouragemcnt lc. regard to the ultimata
triumph o? t:IOHO Idaas to whlcu yoi.
have stood nc steadfastly.
Before 1 do that I want to dwell K
little while on a subjcot that has boer,
brought bofore the Southern people
by one of the rae'nborzoi the cab ot,
Secretary Leslie M. .Shaw, who ls vis
lting North Carolina, ..ii.g tan If
Escolies, especially In dh triots when
they have small Republican majori
tics. I thought lt worth willie bo cr?!!
attention In the South to the speeoh
he made, and to show how completely
thU speech proves to you ali we ooh?
tond for on tho tari If question, Secre
tary Shaw ls one of the leading Re
publicans, that ls, lie ls one of thc
leaders In ono branch of tin. It oubli
HKPUnLIOAN t'AUTY DOOM KD.
The Ro, oolbun p*rtfy is divided,
and it lu dividing mere rmo moro. I
wr.nt to say to you ll m orals, you
know what lt was f i Demi ern's to b
divided, I want to say bo you who suf
fered terribly whllo that division hist
ed, I want to say to you who waiko?
with ferr and trembling through bin
valiev of the shadow of death that
the otvl'.ion brought abom--we have
paused throi.gn h.. ai d our party lt.
now ui it. i, and u it d . n tho iigh i
Bldo. (Appiaus. ) The Republican
party t. j .<>t < n'.er'ng that val'?y of
tho shade v n (bath (Luightoi ) And
it has to tro through t..o ?.au;e protest*
wo did. t>?n lihiiu was an internal one
to di eldo ?fhloh would control tho
Democratic party, ti e voters or the
corporations. That was our light, and
wo won lt. And our fight l as boon
won by tho people; and wo aro going
forward with tho Domooratio paity to
im ? nulli.i" '? (?933901 ?.???????? ,-? i? .II
noet thequ< nt Ion? and to df o'de thom
m tl 6 people's side. Tho se nw stn
(le through whloh wo passed tho Ri
Sybi'Oft?b party rr.uat p?ss, we way p'ty
?horo, we may he sorry fe thom, but
.ve omnothidp t ho o (Laughter )
Choy b*ve got to go throu gh lt} thsy
8ve got to deohl? iu their parly as
<vr do?ld< d ID ours.
Oar party ls to be condron In tho
ntertst of tl e OM J rity a? d uot lo i) e
oterm of orgar z d weal uh. Now a?
.hr,;. di vi lon ap; ears moro and moro
'Mhtrt t.ho leaders on 6ooh side stand
ut with greater and great proud
uenoo. S.10U Republicans say some
thing munt- ho done some ref ot m must
be u deitaken; ot; o n sa., s not.ii: g ls
Mr. Sha-v ls one of the onei who
*hlnkn nothing ls neoccspary, and is
?on of tho * a?and-pattern. " one of thc
eaoers on that tide who d c ares that
the It pubhoan party has douo evory
itnug lt ought to have dono and left
lobbing undouo that lt should have
'ore, and that there is no unrlghte
Donops in it.
Now he made a aprech and T want
ifO SNV to j ou ho has not paid tho S utb
t very high compliment in mak'ng
ho spec on down hero that be tried lr
L >*a and lt wp.s ri j oted Ho ooineti
?Qwn hero and palm? ?. fl sec?n V tann
clothes of Ripubl.'oan farmers of Io wu
'or brand new suits, and he tries ti
?et the people down hero to acoepl
wliav thc Republicans of lovra ref .iso
J - ar oe pt.
SHAW WA8 llOUTISD
Shaw wi nt to Iowa and mad(
proeots, and ho pointed out th?
'angoc r f tar fl reform, but he wai
routed in his own party. Now in
ornea do'- u here and makes In tb?
jon.a a rp^cch that he oanaot mtikt
in Iowa *ny more. But I am glad hi
i ado lt, l.ee&use tho Doon orals om
jrovfi their positions by tl ? lt pub
itoans, All you have to do Lo provi
our position 's lo take a Republloat
?peech of any longth and you will lln(
(int tl?? Republican not only ""r'-a
i"'..:. himself, hut- ooutrad?cto ali ?hi
policies ?Dd prtuclplos of his owl
0?rty. Now S cretary S.oaw ls tin
>eore.iary of tho treasury, ar.d a
e?r< t?ry ho has to do with the tarli
q ?or-tlon, and ho knowe all ab ut ex
ports and Import?, and in this speoC
\% Salisl ury he started to show tba
vhero wc ixported and sold abroi.'
cheap r than at home lt was a f*o
hat *e wive a rebate on raw matcrlc
imported fer uso lu making tho thin
H ) tolls you the. o' j ot of tho rt
bate ls to enable the tusmufuoLuror t
ich abroad cheaper thau at ti;, mo.
Ween wo ti>Ht assorted lt the
denied lt, and now they admit, lt ar;
att< ir pt to ? xplaln lt lu the lllurctK
clon he gives lo his aperen bc m
o dy admits our D anufjc urers do se
ihnad cheaper than at home, but 1
admits the draw bark ls giver-btu
enabling them to sell abroad c ioap>
'?ban at hume.
What else does it prove. 1\ provi
that the consumer piys the t*x.
draw back ls given to him because I
paid lt, or elso you musb regard tl
Ropublloan administration v?i
benevolent to glvo a mau morn
under falso pr?teuses. For years v
...a??;l.d that the oonsumer paid tl
tarin*, md for years thoy doniod i
".nd in their own speeches they lllu
Ti e lt; but it rn? k-j* a gr; at deal
ff renee who v%ys the tor fl M
Shaw h?a fl.st paved that wt dost
atroad cheaper than at home, ai
secondly that the ooubumer pa>s tl
fcaxos, And thirdly that the Ame
'can laborer decs not need pn teeth
oo enable him to receive better wsgc
In the flrat part of his speech I
* ays that they had,an investigado
t.hat lt continued ,for throe yea?
that the evidence li Ud 18 velum
,nd S natoi Gai inger, a N*)w Ham
shir? R publican, had gore throui
>he VotumeB and onlleoteid Mic Ha
and staled in thc seuate that ant.u;
iy there was no!d abroad four ml'llo
vorth ..f ?oo is cheeper than at hom
That ls tho statement in the ve
beg ?nt. lng cf his speech and he bec
It up hy r< f renee to the 18 volum
of cv.dence taken In three years.
ls optorr'.zed by s. Republican Benat
and endorsed by Secretary Shaw. 1
'.ont.radlote himself. It ls nothl
ne.v to hear an advocate of the tar
as lt ls contradict himself, he oanu
make a sperch without lt.
SHAW CONTRADICTS HIMStiLV.
When a invi gats through defer
big high tariff he contrad'ots hims
H I often we are reminded of the f
ow who was travelling through t
mountain!.-"ie said that ho travoll
3. rc&d ?:O o;ock?d he often mot bil
(.li coming bask. Nnw after th
fcaru that they a? nmlly sold fo
millions abroad oheaper than at hot
ne f 'rget? a'I about lt and makos t
jtatemont which I am now going
i? td io you ( Ar B-.-a.? road f
t.riict fi om Mr. Sua w's speeoh ) ]
'.a,a in ore p aoe we annus..ty s
abroad four millions a year at a mu
owcr price than at home, but in t
lame speech tells you that on o
ur.rired and twenty mlllior?-thh
..mes as much-we r?lve a draw ba
f 5 per cents., so they cati sr ll eho>
r at hi me. They either do lt,
ion't do it.
They either sell cheaper abre
han at home or don't sell lt ehe: p
Lf they do not wc lia ve given then
per tent, to euf.ble tin m to o'o win
ITor them to put money
<he!r pockets and collect from t
orolgner unless they practice fra
in the treasury department or tiiev
;ell 30 times S3 m ooh abroad as S
etary Shaw says they sell abre
iheapcr than at home.
He can take whichever sido
ileascs, v/hichevor side lie tr.kes
caves him In a position he cannot i
end. He explained tho foreign
,rc selling here oheaper than
tome, and estimates ho ls selling
m average 16 por cent oheaper
his country th&u thoy do hi Moro
lecauso of that ho thinks If we
tot have tho tariff they would lb
he country with geo is ?old h
hc-Apor than they do lu lOuropo.
nhaw wont from thc West to I
"ast, end they soared him, md hi
, little timid. Now I lmve so mi
fHpfCt for a timid mun 1 do nov 1
0 frighten him any moro th*n
leceutiary, but to allay his fears I \
?y to hun if wo do got lu power i
iavo a charoo to re via", tho tar'ff
yould leavo at? le&'?t 15 per cent.,
e ? oed Dot be Reared any mow
laving our country ii ?oded wi uh oin
ooria ? f other countries. I am i
frat:! of reducing i c tariff so ]
nd not high enough to keep fr
umping on us go-ids from anot
ountry. In anoti>er part of
poe?'- >.o went on to Argue that
"..: d (.f s liing goods abroad chea
bau a? home v/e wero soiling a
1 g her prloc, and he mentlonod H
Lot a R publican state his pvopi
lon whlobever way ho wat, ts to, ;
iii auster it w't-ihisown argume
I think wo are geing tx? have sc
Lousslon of the tariff in tho ot
pafgo upon whlohrwe ?ball soon enter.
I for one win nave no objection lt tne
tariff ls marie a patt of the next
oaropaign. I havo been discussing
tariff oow for about 26 years. I have
never beard a Ripublloan make a
ppeech on tho tar ff thai o mid not be.
answered by a lohool boy.
A man said to mo one day, "Mr
Hr.? an, I am glad to see you, I have
always voted against you, but while I
liavo voted against you I have a son
who ls a very warm supporter of
yours, I in?,ve bent Km to college." I
bald. ' Ti i ;>,t isa mistake you have
made, no Republican should Bend his
son to oollcgo and expeot him to re
main a Republican-if a boy go?B to
oollege ho ls apt to beoomo a tar. ff re
I have never diubtcd you could
make people rloh by law, I think that
about tho ea lest way a man oan ge:
) ion, ls to get your taxes, for a man tc
haye the power to put other peopled
money In his pocket', and he will grow
rion rapidly. You can make your
Stato prosperous ou tho same princi
ples of law that havo m uki some ol
our manuf aoturos prosper-vus.
SUBSIDIOS DI; i< io MD
Suppoo your ol ty counoll deolded
that there ought to bo moro nie
homos In this to ?rn, although you
have many nico houses now-suppose
i our cou : oh decided to oolleot $ 100 00C
every year and divide the same among
ten cl .'zaus to be solcoted by oounoP
on condition that eaoh olvlzen will
uso the 910,000 lu building a nice
house on a ?oed street. Now that
you have ten 0io,ooo houses aud peo
pie coming hero and riding along youi
streets would say how thin oity ha?
grown, how much more beautiful lt If
and tho men who livo in tho S10 00C
.H u io : would make affidavits lhai
your city han a bettor olly govern
meut than any olty in the nation.
(Laughter ) What about the other*
who paid the taxe?? Why, on Sun
days, when they had time, Ihr y could
walk by the houses and look at them
?.nd or.Joy what they had done lu
building up the olby. (Luightor ]
) hat l-i the situation lu this country,
We Collect money fr.'m the peopk
and givo lt to a few people, and art
so glad that those few paoplo shov.
mob signs of prusperty. Il is a verj
si m plo process.
1 learned something about lt whet
quito small. My father llvod on f
farm at that time. I used to go cu
-we had ral) fences-I was not bb
enough to help with tho fenoes, bul
was Hg ecough to oarry grourec
chunks. Wo would lind tho corner o
the comer down in the ground, auc
the men who wete doing tho worl
wt uki take a rall and put ono rall tm
'< r the corner of tho fence and wonk
0 at mu to bring tho grouud chunk.
I gob tho larg-st chunk I could ant
laid lt under tue rall, and they go
u aler the rall and bore down on lt
tue fence corner wont up and tb
gruuud chunk we.it down. It Illus
trates what we have di ne by lav.; w
try to raise our Industries hy speola
legislation--we hu ve taken the pro
tcoMve tar'ff as the rall, and. put ou
end under industry, then what do A
do for a ground chunk? Wo loo!
around for nome good fat farmer au<
lot him down as tho ground Chun
and we be**r down the rall, and u
g es Industry and down goes th
ground chunk in the gruuad. (Laug):
Tu&t'a the prooess. I oan undoi
s'aud how aman under that rall who
ho oe uki not help lt wcu.d bear th
rall up and gno ma teeth, Mit I neve
could under taud how Republic*
1 armers who had felt the preosur
several times would crawl under 1
Hjialn and say, "Try lt once more,
think 1 oan stand lt."
Tula tariff a lestlon ls only one quei
tion, but the i,.u. ls th&t lu thc N >ri
Lhere uro evidences that th; se wh
wore ouce lu favor if this policy ai
now opposed to it. This faot glvi
great encouragement to us. 1 war
bo give you a word of enoouragenaeu
the tilings which we have been coi
tending for ara growing. I oan gl\
evldor.cen of lt that no ono will dil
p ito. What is tho situation In th
Tm years ago the Republican part
carno iu p iwer hy a largo mt I 'Hry,
won th pres (limey, senatuaut? bousi
lt has the supreme ecu rt and nea ri
all tho Jilted States Judges. Kor te
yearn that party was emtblod to do a
it wanted to do, lt could pass any la
It liked or it could rep : \1 any 1AW !
didn't like, lt ?in had unlimited ruh
for ten years lt hat been on trial. I
koks as if the Lord Intended to tali
iway that ixeuie they had when toe
re.'uted to g I ve the people nv re monoj
jy directing the \ copie where to Hu
nore .-.old mines, so wo had moi
money luspite of the Republican pa
sy a ?d wo have 5u per oent. moi
H0O81CYJBI.T A DKMOC'UAT.
The R'.publican party lias fallon t
ow they only have < ne man In tl:
?arty who has any ohanoo of cleoilot
.ocord!ng to their own pupers, if tl
ilcctlon were now, and that la tr
jr sklent of tv ene United States-1:
s the one populi r man in tho R*.pt I
lean party today. Why la he populai
li -cause he has deserted tho llepub!
ian party and adopted certain pa i
.f tl e Demooiaclc platform. (A.]
Ho ls In a si range oondltloh. I sa
o you it has no p irallel li the polit
tal hh.tory of this country. Novcrbt
ore havo you seen the time when
?arty In po wei*, with absolute froedoi
0 act., went down so fast that lt ba
>ut one roan who wns popular, and 1:
H popular beef. in.e ho borrowed froi
he platform of thc party who oppot
Hefore leaving the United States
nld to tho Demtorata of noy ow
?tato who pointed out what thc R
lublioans were drawing from our pl*
orm. 1 saki to them I was almo!
(raid to leave tho country for fe*
hey would steal the rest of my pla
orm while I was gone. (AppUiusoan
fcui/hlor.) Tuc way the Rspubllca
1 rty has been stealing my platfon
ilacos them In worse position tha
lappened to a colored woman I hear
f. She ?as slok and sont for a oo
?ed physician. She grow worse, an
bc "cut for a whir? physician. Til
"hite physician examined her ten
erature and ask d ho.- : "Did t?i
Iber doctor take your temperature ?
lie said. "1 don't know; 1 ain't mis
d n thing but my wat oh yet.
Laughter ) I feol sogco.i to see the*
L -puo.loans coming and ondorsln
ningi we have been contend inn for
bu st feel Uko forgiving them, but
ill not take back an> thing 1 sal
I begin to feel Uko the young folio
hea d of, a raahful fellow; ?io conn
1 hi? girl a year before ho had th
>urago to tell uer what lie thougli
f her. One cv-.nlng bo told her ll
ivcd her and asked tier to marry hin
lie was a ury frank girl and ?ho tah
Why, Jim, I have been loving yo
ir thfttc roany months and 1 hav
sen walting for you to tell mo sc
ocu'd toll you." Jim felt ?<xM ?bout
lt and went out doora BO he o C uld get
fresh ?lr, be looted nu at ?he stars
arid Bald, "Oh, Lord, I ain't wot noth
ing agin nobody." (Laughter!) That
's tho way 1 waa bf ginning ?to feel.
?i3t rn* say awain Prealdentt Roose
volt has borrowed from the l.?oooorat
to party.. Two years ago th;?b R?pub
Ileana who put bim in no-rrjpation for
the preatdenoy, a-Qov Blarbk of New
I Y irk, delivered an eulogy on\war. If
there are any men here wboi wore at
tho St. Louia convention thew will re
member that, time. Ex-Goy. Blaok
i\er delivering his eulogy on' war pre
sented Mr. Roosevelt aa candidate for
oleotlon to the proaldonoy of t>he Unit
?ed Statea, pro cuting him as') the gen
of war, the man of blood aihd iron;
and yet today the fame of Fjtaosevelt
reata not up n the characteristics of a
man of Iron and a god of var., but on
the fact that oiroumatanoea [made lt
Possible f"1' him to bring Janian and
Russiatogether. It ls upen pttRoe and
not upon war that his fame ]l8 going
to robt. In the campaign two years
ago tho main argument made/against
Mr. Roosevelt waa that he bad the
pint, of war. Tot strange jjbo say,
ola groatest olaim to international
ramo rests nut upon tho virtues or
characteristics ascribed to id uh by tho
enan who nominated him, but hits hav
ing Domooratlo ideas instead of lio
publican doctrines whioh havo put
him before the country. Win it, else
nas he done? Ile arbitrated tjho coal
strike, brought employers arJid o TI*
ployes together. I am glad to endorso
whac ho did. 1 said at the time it
'tas a good and noble act and ,1 was
glad to give him credit for dtolng a
good thing. But where did rio get
ibo idea? From the Republican plat
formf No. Ho got it froui tnat
hated and desplsod Chicago platform.
There ls whore he found tho doctrine
of arbitration-1 wrote the planik my
self- but I am perfectly willing to
loan lt to him occasionally. (Laugh
Mr. Bryan then paid hts reipcot* to
tho trusts and made a oonvlnolujg ar
gu neut. Jobn D. Rockefeller; had
?i von the whole thing away whian he
dosoribed tho trust aa an American
beauty rose which attains its fulloBt
p?r?totlou only after 90 other 'roses
nave been pinched ctr* of tbe tjiush.
Mr. Bryan doolarod eloquoutly th ut ho
..ou)d rather have tho 00 small roses
for Ol) am ll bomen than tho one beau
ty for one large home.
Flo attacked Mr. R ?osevolt's policy
on tho railroad rate bill. This bill 1?
not bused on thc li ^publican platform
Two yeats ago a olork of the Intsr
state Commerce oommlHslou had urg
ed thc lt:publicans to put this In their
platform, but they refuged. Subse
quently f is same olork oame to Mr.
B yan with the suggestion, but even
then Mr. Bryan had a rate bill clause
in a draft of a platform to ba submit
ted to tho Domooratlo convoi ti m.
Mr. Roosevelt had to get tho Demo
crats to back up this reform in con
i,ic a and a Southern Democrat, Till
man from South Carolina waa selected
'JO lead the light in the sonate. (Cheers
for Tillman ) Wherever tho prosi
dent will lt ad in tho cause of reform
ho will allaya fool tho support of tho
Demooials. It required 18 years to
lind out what tho Interstate Com
mr reo commission ci uld not do. Ii
may requite several >oars longer to
rind all tho defcots ia the rate till,
out If the Damcorata, get in powor,
they will nive a good rato law.
lia then took up tho new props] \n
1?, tho govorument ownership or
dual ownership, tuggestlon. O.i \ao
count of tho Importance, this ls tr, t
ed oisewhore. T , '
Mr. Bryan reasserted his i??\)n \n
.?bo Dem; oratio doctrine of allowing
the Filipinos to govern themselves in
stead of regulating their affairs by cut
.ide foroo. He splice of the expensive
blunder the R ?publicans had made,
which cost (?bis country ?500,000.000\
moro than enough, the spo&ker d/
dared, to dig the Panama canal witi
na tax on the people, more tharj
enough to reclaim the arid lands ot
the West , moro than enough to reg.
ulate railroad rates, more than enough
to build good roads everywhere.
In dosing and speaking of the ap
parent aUitudo on tho part of 1 ho :<?
who had Introduced him tuat ho was
"bel?g Induodd to speak," was om
fer-lng a favor on the audience, Mr.
Bryan told a story ou himself illus*
^rating his always being roady to
.?peak. He said he liked to spook.
Mr. Bryan closed with a particular
ly attractive period on tho corrupting
Influence of tho money po',er. He
s*,ld tho Dimocratio party several
years ago bad warned those people
that If they did not stop stealing they
would ooo only be stopped, bub would
bj compelled to restore what they had
stolon. He said their morals had be
come so perverted that ihe had lost
tho art of uBlug tho mcnoy aftjr they
had sto'en it, and wore pursuing a
g'imo that wan not only debauching,
but that would dually debtroy them
selves &s well.
SI UK G TO BJ?ATH.
A l'\no II,aim Ulllctl hy l'cttky Yollow
Stung by hundreds of venomous ,
dole Insects known as "yellow J^oketa"
a split did thoroughbred horse died lr 1
:i few moments In terrible agony near '
Brevard, N. C., a fow days ago.
A party chaperoned by Mrs. A. S i
Hains, a society woman of Memphis, 1
Tenn., had gone to Looking Glass
Falls, beautifully picturesque water- !
fills, ton miles from t .ls place, to seo i
thc falls. Teams must bo loft at tho ?
l\;ot of the mountain and thou a half
mile climb over a rugged path must
Do made. Mrs. Balnea's party scouro- fl
ly tied their horses and lof " them not
ivor forty mlnutCB, while they went
t,o the falls. On their return they (
//ero astonished to lind the ll nest ant- t
ital fallen to thc ground moaning and t>
writhing in agony. ?
Its entire body waa covered with <.
vicious stinging "yellow laokots," an s
nseot which, unllko thc boo, o&u sting c
our or moro times. As one of tho t
tarty rushed up and attempted to rc- J
U vo the animal lt groaned and ox- v
)lred. lt w^i; afterwards d'soovorcd l
hat tho horso had been h Hobed near f
nt unknown nest of "yellow Jaokots" '
md, being restless, the buggy wheols ?
?ad worked baok ov?r 1?, oauslng thc c
ricinus Insects to pour forth In count- f
ess numbers and attaok the horso. a
Tho Inoldent ls without pr?c?dent \
n this section in tho recollection of t
ho oldest settlers and a singular coln- o
idence ls that anothor thoroughhrod 2
uirsO; this one bolonging to Banker p
Ch?mas Shipman, of this town, was t
tung boyond all hopes of recovering t
iy honey bees, the bees swarmirg all
vor lt, attracted, lt is said, from af.
oarby gum only by tho animal host :
f tho horse's body,
WU I UH UMGUIiATlSS TUM HUN?
Upon the rub1 io Highways and Fix
ir g a Penalty for the Violation
The followlDg is a cop . of the Auto
mobile, or Motor V hick; Law, as am*
ended and approved by the Oem ral
Assembly February 21, 100? t) which
the attention of all own.om or o;om
tors of suoh vehicles, tod the publ c
generally ls ibvited;
Section 1. Bs it onao'ed by the
General AssombJv of the Slato of
South Carolina: E>ery owner of an
automobile or motor vehiole, wbother
the same bo pr polled by stoam, gaso
line, electricity, or other H. urey of . n
orgy, shall, boforo operation said ve
hiole upon any of tho streets or Hgh
ways of this state, ?le io the < Ul e of
the Olork of Court of the County where:
suoh owner or operator resides, a state
ment co-ita'.uiug his name an ? address,
with a brief description of the obar
oLorofK-u h vehicle, including the
namo of tho makor and the number cf
tho motor veblole, and shall pay to
trie Clerk as a regist ration tee tho sum
of one do'Jar. The said Clerk of Cou. t
shad thereupon issue suoh person a
certificate, properly numbered, stat
ing that siici owner or operator hes
rogistered in accordance with this
Seotton, and shall cause the name of
such owner, with his address and the
number of bin oortltloato, and a des
cription of motor vehlolo, to bo plaoed
In alphabetical order lu a book kept
for that purpose. Any person, or por
sons, hereafter acquiring an automo
bile, or wishing lo op?rale ont, on any
ot the streets or highway? of this Ssas?
shall, within ten days after acquirlug
tho same, register with the Clerk of
Court of his County, as r.quired by
tbis Section. This H -ellon shall not
apply to any person manufacturing or
dealing lu automobiles, or motor ve
hicles, exoopt thone for his own pri
vate uso, or those hlrod out. Thc
Clerk of Court shall numbor tho oor
tlfioatoB iBBU^d by him in the order in
whioh they have been lsiu.d, and up
on the request of the holier of such
certificate, ?ha)l stamp thereon the
number of*the same, or Isauo a dupl?
cate showing the number.
Seo. 2 I? ph;,ii bo unlawful for anv
porson ti operate A motor vehicle In
'.his State without first having pl AO ad
upon the back of such v.ihiole, in a
conspicuous plio?, tho name of the
county lu which hts oertlfieate is Hie d,
and also tho number of such vehicle,
whioh name and number shall be
plainly plaoed thereon, tho humber lu
Arabic numerals, black ou while
?round, of not loss vh..u taroo inches
in height, and o ion stroke to bu ol
width not lets than one half inch.
Sec. 8. A person operating a motor
vohlole shall, at request or upou sig
nal by putting up elie hand, from a
person riding or dilvlng a restive
bor8o or horses, or other draft ani
mals, bring such motor vehicle imms
dlatoly to a stop, if neorssarj, haring
duo regard for stfety of persons, ve
hides and animals, and ii (raveling in
oppuslto direction, remain stationary
so long as may bo reasonable to allow
such horses or animals to pass. A io
If traveling lu the same direction,
the poii. on or persons oparattug th
motor vehicle snail uot pass any paj -
son or persons in obaige ot au animtl
<i^?,!#al8, If iiq ies.ed by tuon per
son or parsons la onaiga of such auf
raal or anima s not to do io, until
cuoh person or persona hav. gotten to
a place wh< re taey could drive such
anim .1 or animals euo of thc road, u)
when passiige could bc bli Ay effected,
or whensuoh portion or perseus with
out Just cause and exe iso Intention
ally obatruot the. pa .nage of any motor
vehicle. Pi vined, That In caae suoh
boise or animal appear badly trlgtit
ened, or he ls r- qu-M?od to do so, the
person operating ?.uah motor venloie
s^all cause the motor of such voh'ole
to o.a-io lunnlng solong as shad t:e
reasoi hb y eeoeaiary to p event ecol
dent and in aire the safety of pur ,ont.,
vehicles and ant mis
Seo 4. Any perasn, or persons, vio
lating any of tue provisions of Ibis
Aol, shall for each til ree h? deemed
guilty of a ml.'domt anor, and upon
oonv otlo i thereof by any oourt of
competent Jurisdiction, lie liable to a
flue of nob les? than twenty dollars
nor more than one bundled dollars, ni
impr'.soumi nt at hard labor for a terco
not exceeding thirty day3.
i'orguo Turn Om.
At Paris, France, Mme. Dire), a
widow, owner of s small odes uah ono
shop at Vanvcs, a suburb of Paris, is
now lying lu a hospital at tho point
of de*th, owing to tho f arlu! Injur
ies li fl ote el on her by a female burg,
lar, who toro her tongue out. The
widow was about to CIOJO her shop,
when a rather stylishly dressed wo
man entered and asked to be i Upplled
with some soap and candles. Mme.
Durel turned around to get the tilings
ri quired, and she was then se x . d by
the neck from bohlnd hy the woman,
who pulled her down. The widow, an
nged person, felt herself powerless in
tho hands of her assailant, and shout
sd for help. AH she did so tue other
pulled out the widow's tongu3 by the
roots. Two male accomplices of thc
lemaio burglar now entered the shop
*nd riilad lt. They took the money
in the till, pub all tho small goods in
boo place Into paokages, and w^re pre,
paring to leavf. when four policemen
jailed by Mme. Durol's neighbors ar
rested them. Mmo. Durel, who vas
inconsolous, was removed to a hos pl
iai. The two men and the. woman,
vlarguf.rlfce L-.Blond, aro well known
ts habitual criminals, and have been
loverai time? In prison._
OtptiMii Work l>..y.
Saturday, September 29jh, ls the
lay. It is a very thougaiful habit
di?t is growing upon our people-tb*
lottlng apart of tho last Saturday la
Lptembor as a day to work for the
irphans. On that day, unless your
elf ls lu need of help, devote your ia
lomo to tho fatherless. G Ivo them
ho prcooeds e>f your day's work.
L'hero are 250 orphans in the Tnorn
veil Orphanage, Clinton, ii. C, And
his is only (mo of out IIUUION for the
athorlcss. Uomember what Job salei
'If I have oaten my morned, myself,
IOHO, and tho fatherless, hath not
aten thoreof, thon lot mino arm fall
rom my sbouldor blaele, and mino
rm bo brokon from the blado."
Vhethor, therofore, tho reader of
heso lines be Jew or gentile, prot
.tant or Catholic, let him glvo thc
9th. September to work for the or
ban J, sending hil contribution to
bo Institution that ho ls most In
Try dipping lamb obops In lernen
alco Just beforo brolllug them. They
'IN THE WIGHT.??
A Fond Father's Li?mont for Bia .
?*!??< ?! Baby Boy.
' Midnight and past in tho virago
parsonage. T ie ball olook ls pitiless; <
twice esoh hour lt tolls through the i
megaphone of Bllenoo like some Iron- i
t' roattd, Iron hearted ghoul. For !
there is plleuot ; nbc?,co that will not ?
hush; Bllenoe which, like the sphinx,
o alienees the wiso with Its awe-long i
riddle: 1 Why should love outlive Hf?. ; i
- trloken sore out h eeding, living, lov
ing all the mor ? Why should love's
velvet cr ross end In unsheathed daws?'
These aie s< me of the things tho sl
lenoe speaks, in vende? ?oom tho
wife and mother-HO tired-?deeps hy
groeo of tho dcotor's opiate, yet her'
m<>ther-he*rt ?oben and dreamt; under
the drugged stlilut sa. Near her, with
yet moist lasher, the girl of six for
get* In childhood's sleep.
And Guy-p? or, bravo, patient, lit
tle baby Guy->lcep3 too; he will wako
In God's morning. In his study tho
pastor si's alone-sn direly aiune. The
day has goi>e; God sterns fsr away.
Moro than once, s anding above son.o
little casket, he li n spoken wurde or
comfort to other-; now It lu ulght, MU'
In his own need t ls mutinous hean
refuses o huge to those words. Oui?
a bab) I Ile had aeea the leaves g/o ^
lng aud greening but coo spring- hm ;
vet his tbln, white fingers knew whero
the proaoher's heart strings lay an *
gathored them a*l in hts little fl it.
Ho never op-k , save in that dia
lect of heaven, a baby's prattle; hu*,
the Smile which dawned from bis ours
lpg Ups, almost to tho last pain told
of love boyoud speooh, and his deop,
d*rk gray eyei, following father and
mother in seeming wondor that they
-big, strong ?nd loving-did not give
him me and rea>-*he look of them
hurts now though the lids aro soaled. I
Only a babyl Yet in the oourier
dreams ci the pastor and his wlfo, hu
Ind already grown into tall follow,
strong and goo*; tho vreok of that
vi-.ion lies yonder in a little snowy
"The heartless hall clock lolls. Tho
dawn, careless at the deck, comes
through tho lattice. It is the hour
for tho m -ming kine; it is the hour ot
prayer. To tho pressure of tho palo
lips there will b>i no responso-will
Lhere be no answer to prayei? The
preacher ls on his knt.es. His lips ut
ter the old, old submission: "Tny
*lll be doui ;' his heart erle : "My
hoy, my bao> I Chen, as his prayei
ieepeus with the d opening dawn, the
vo'ot of the lnoa:u?te L ve whispers:
'SuIT r little children to como unto
The above was written by U^v. W.
E Abernethy, of tho North Carolina
Oonferenoe, on tho death of his baby
boy. It ls a imvterplooe.
Poisoned rn. lr Fa thor.
A double murder was committed
near Aiken Saturday, when Rev. J
P. Spells, a prominent negro preacher
at that pl&oo, WM poisoned. Ills sta
ter, who came to ??e him in hi? dying
ag' nies, took a drink of coffee at his
'jodBlde and she died ino mediately. The
two negroei were highly respectable
and the. entire oom munt ty ls pushing
MJO matter lo learn all that ctn be
brought out. His two daughters, Mis
souri uLd PrlBOllla, have boon arrested
and lotigod in tho Aiken county Jail
And evorythiug polu'.B to their guilt.
There ls nothing that can bo learned
as to why hii daughters should do
snob a thing, but the authorities have
plac d the charge ou them and they
will have to show somo defense. No
one eine had at09&* lo I>,r> homo hi thc
.'.ay of preparing t- e ct ff e and other
fend lt ia said b' at an analysis of
the case will bc m*de lo every drtal
.nd funhci particulars are awaited by
?lie people of the eommuulty, Tm
O'ime, if poriotrated oj tue daugh
ters, ls one of the most heinous in tht
?ttmiual ant.als of ibo state.
lt.vltod io Ohat 1 ut? n.
l\ seems that there" cruiser Norf
C.';-.rodna at d r.ewvbatvlesU5p Georgi?
etmot bc accommodated In the wt,
uerrcf fctKsc otates or QC ountof theij
draughts, for ih:ir christ' ulng. Gcv
?mor Hayward there fort b\'idey wrot
Governor? G eon aud t ?t rel ext,, i.dlng
hem thc us? ot Charleston harbor
for the christening ceremonies, ti"
warrul* ur&e 3 them to C^JIO this
port of ?Loir slater attie tor tl ls pur
Utvon s ll;v V. ?.i?.
At W:\8hh gtou, Del., Oharles Cor
leg, the negro who att- eked ?.nd In
J r-ed, Mrs. B africa Fraokllu and
daughter ten cays sgo, was sentenced
to tlfty years' Imprisonment W-dnes
dav and thirty lashes at the whlpp'ng
cost. Conley waB arrested Monday
night and confessed._
Fifty Folsom d.
A dispatch from Tomassow, Poland,
says Hf ty persons were poisoned at a
confirmation supptr, eating meat
cooked In a copnor kettle. Nineteen
o ?o way of ridding the house of
flies ls to put Into au atom'zei 5 cents'
worth t f the oil of lavender slightly
diluted whh hot water. Spray lt
freely Into the air and not a Hy will
remain on the pre ru'PCB. It also
leivoB a delicate violet fragrance that
A'cobol will remove candle grease.
When using AOOoking rte!pe bo very
careful tc dttldw the h grtdlento aeon
rately, or failure will be tho reauh.
When makin* layrr c?ke? spread
he b.Utor around the pans with a
ipeon, making lb thlokcr around the
u'ges than In she mlddlo.
Place a box of lime in the cJo-et lc
?hloh jims, proporves, etc., are stored
i#ay. It will prevent mc hld iron
:athorlng on the fruit.
When making loo crvam pack ne.ws
laperu tightly around tho top of the
reezer to prevent the ice melting tot'
DicMooit ATS and republicans of War
Ick County, Indiana, have signed an
ron-clad agreement and posted $?oo
orfclt each guaranteeing that nolth
r will usc money nor other Illegal In
inonce In the coining elect lon,
A monument to tho memory of
Icorgo Washington wits unveiled at
Iliad pest, Hungary, thousands of per
ons allen od tho exorcises, In which
he llrsl president, ol' this country was
u log I'/cd highly, as were tho people of
he United Slates.
Missoula republicans are urging
LOOSOVOlt to run for president, again.
Tine Cuban government ls making
ruinous efforts lo restore peace bc
>ro thc arrival of Secretary Taft anti
THE COMINO BOO.
An Article Th?t MhouM Intrrrat Our
l- wrmnr Friend?.
Tho thousands of f urmer* who a*e
wipcoielly interacted In porolne pu
suits will be pleased to learn that
something out of the ordinary ls go
ing on in Indiana About ten year?
ago a Hoosier pio'/ed op two pitts In i
Pennsylvania which struck bim as
odd. an3 brough, thom homo for ac
experiment. The peculiarity of these
pigs w?s that they had hoofs like a
mule-no splits, but Just ene solid
foot. Another feature that struck
the wandering Hoosier larmer was
that his purchase, as they grew larg
or, lookodBuspiol usiy Ilk/raz.tr-baoks, !
the long snouts being especially con*
splcunus. This lcd lo au Investiga
tion of a genealogical nature that woe
at li ?st not reassuring, as a wild-eyed
rumor was run clown to the effect that
these p..kern with the qujor pedal ex
tremities originated lu Arkansoi* Tora
clou* obromolers Insist that the origi
nal razor-baok ran wild along Lied
river and through tho canebrakes of
the lowlands, and they traoo thc
"mulo-foot" in a direct line to thesf
plebeian forefathers. II. J v/ovcr tl dt
may bc, it lu a matter of pig history
that the Arkannas farmers mun ? up
hat they call "muiH-foot" hogB
inch the sr- mo as they hunt Slr Rey
t ard Fox-fflth dogs, rifles and dubs
In fact, lt ls a favorito amusement to
organise into expeditions and pursue
fleet-footed "mulo-foot" as he scamp
ers ll ko ? dcor through the fastnesses
bordering tho bayous. Itsoems, hov/
ever, that tho "mule-foot," like most
other animals, may be improved by
changing his environments for tho bot
ter, and when introduced to tne lus
clous Hoosier clover and the mammoth
oom ears of tho White river bottoms
ho sheds a lot of his rusti? oharaoter
istlos and becomes more olvllizod. He
retains his long nose, howevor, and
his pedal trade mark, He cultivates
better table manners, os it were, and
abandons tho disposition to tight on
the slight st provooatiou Tne vari
oby bel' g cultivated tn Indiana aro as
black as Stygian night and bavo the
reputation of being good fatteners,
those who have boon experimenting
with tue breed declaring that they
are money-makers. In this respeot
they aro said to bo cqujil to D.iroos,
Chester Whites or Poland Chinos. If
tho well-authenticated stories ooming
in may be accepted, tho "mule-feet"
are marvels as weight-makers. In
f nit, some of thc figures aro stagger
ing. A farmer living near Eiinburg,
Ind., recently solda three-year old
that tipped the boam at 720 pounds
Another breeder, in the abtue neigh
borhood, had a two-yr ar-old not long
???/o that made tho scales show 680
pounds. L^st winter one of the SOUB
of the same owuor pulled down 810
pounds, while four others, at the name
kdiing' averaged 250 pound? enoh.
The owner of thia herd, who is the.
l?:adln,t breeder of the vaiiety, says
they require lit t?o attention, which
makes them possess another valuable
p int for the farmers Interested in
bog ra sing.
Hut the most important thing re
R alna to be told about the "mule
N et." Tney are immune to that dread
i'-.ease which, lu the worda of the
tomperanco orators about the rum
. ir nh;, "ai m m. ky destroy a" thousands
md thousands of the moat promising
porkers: Cholera bas been a pig prob
em over since Noah's cruise ended,
ind fortunes have hu ff .ottvoly been
n'.med for a sure ou re, but this, aid
id hy the < ff ir ts cf all the animal
otors for oenturles, has failed t(
% ?po out tho disease. The "mu u-foot, '
lowever, unlike thc rest of the pork
mily, never catches this oom pl? in?
i.ralts acquired in his original tablt
it, or his constitutional oonstruoUun,
lave made him proof against this
courage of the porcino raoe. The faot
bat "mulo-fee!," hogs are not addict
id to the cholera habit, a di ea-:e sc
iopular with tho ordinary hog, gives
hem an especial interest tn tho eyes
if thc animal scientists. Experiment?
dong that line hava been mario by ex
)erl veterinarians during the last few
rt-ars, and they aro still at a loss for
io explanation. That they aro im
uune from cholera however, has been
>r<:v.-d conclusively. Recently as a
est, a sixty-pour d shoat was plrxed
u a pen with a herd of drooping,
holera-stricken hogs. The "mul?
not" livod on, contended with his lot,
dille thc remaining members of the
?erd went on their sorry way to hog
leaven. Anothor test was that of
ilacing thirteen fully developed ' 'mule
cet" in a lot with forty ordinary pigs
hat wore threatened with oholera.
The forty gradually "went to rest,"
vhllo the "mule-f-et" were never
ouched. Tne oholora-proof "mule
cot hog thus bi ul s fsoler.oo. There
ave been scores of explanations, but
ono has satisfied tho (armers. The
rlncipal and most experienced breec
r of thc variety, after a clese study
f oin herd In ar> effort to solve the
'mule-foot's" disregard for thc arch
?erny of tho pig family, when con
tilted on the su) Ject, only shakes \m
icfed and sayf: "I don't know why
hey don't have lt, hut. they don't,
'ina's all tbero ls to lt " If lt turm
ut to bo a llxed oharttoterlstio, there
an bc little doubt that this typ-, of
og will broome Immensely popula:
dth breeders and eventually be lc
oneral uso. If, in addition to needing
ttlo attention, fattening well and
rowing to groat weight, ho ls abl?
o present suoh a oertltlonte of olutr
otcr BS immunity from cholera, who
rtn dornt that "mule foot" is the
?ming hog. Herds of these now
iDg'ed pigs are springing up all over
adiana, and those who havo exhort
We Have fr
ino 25 horno power Talbott, second lin
. boon overhauled. This Engine is
groat bargain for r.iyono who ia in t
Wo aro headquarters for airy thing ii
rompt at ontion will bo given to all ii
ire. Write u8 when you aro in tho i
> got our pri.ee? before placing your <
('.?),,(..(.)- Ctlflfjlv ff. T T
If iii H?ring from
Liver, Stomach, Ho
Dint.idem, Kidney t
to women, otc, call
20 ycart' Kxperloiic
Itaputatlou Ur inly .
our booka "Brain ai
Rmi "Men'? Diaeani
adv ?nod. Many oas?
tuXOort opinion of ;
blank. Address D
Inman Hull?lug, At
J. v..-,ms fl tinvu, H. D.
Grtduitt Part mouth ltd. Col
I', l-l. IO i - \ k Mich.
Mei.Society, h. Membw
SUI? H td. U., Board
of 8tlUh, ?I?,
rented with them rcpoit good results.
lt wculd be odd If thti que?r-foofcod
creature, with bis repu bed disreput
able, slab ?.??c? r??iciretry,?wlio ha* sa*
oroached for Ws boots on tbe hors?
family, should a^ grow in grao* ?nd
grease as to ? ventoally lay c ver the
berotofcxo all-potent Poland-Ominas,
Chesters and Durocs But tho bottom
rall may got OM top In the hog world,
as lt often doe? among bum ans, end
n:rhaps ?oreo day we will al) bc In
vited to a festival to witness the coro?
nation of His Majesty "Mule-Foot,"
King of ail the hogs and prospective
ure genitor of a race that won't be be
deviled with obolera.
T n U? ntl JUlitlumua.
Resolutions were unanimously adop
ted by thc (fll.'srs and tho county
chairman who compose tho executive
committee of the South Carolina di
vision, Southern Cotton association,
at a meeting In the af.sedation (fri os
In Columbia instructing Mr. F. Hi
Hyatt, the treat u or, to ascertain
what facilities the banks will be pre*
pared to c ffer the members fer holding
the price of cotton this season to ten
cents or above, and to inquire of the
varehouses just what accomodation!
they can furnish. The members in
attendance woro evidently determined
as one man to Insist upon ten cents as
the minimum price for tbls season's
crop, ai:d gonorcl approval was ex
pressed, unofficially, of the Jordan
plan to organizo in eaoh State a ia fr?
p oration which shall oarry the orop
uotb suob time aa it may profitably
A pinch of salt added to the ooffee
will Imprrivp irg ?r-proa._
A lump of obamphor placed in tho
j china oloset will prevent any silver
j v/hioh may bo in it from tarnishing.
Try sharpening the solssors by at
tempting to out a largo*, darning
needle for a fem minutos.
Discolored ohlna baking dishes can
I bo made as clean as when new by
j rubbing thom wich whiting.
Poach stains will yield readily to a
.treatment with spirits of camphor.
Soak tho stain for a while In theoam
I pbor and then wash lt in water.
A lump or two of white sugar plaood
ia a teapot which has been thorough
ly washed and dried will keep lt from
becoming musty if not used constant
Horsehair furniture oan be quickly
I cleaned by tlrst beating lt and brusli
sng all dust from it, then wlpo < ff
with hot water to wbloh bas been ad
.ied a tablespoonful of ammonia. Rt*
t ure to wipe with the grain of the
It fresbly cleaned biles are rubbed
I ov?r with part.(fin they will keep oban
tor a long wnil??._
When frying eggs nave the tire low
ind Bilda them about the pan to pre
vent burning tho thin whReB.
Glass wbloh has broome dusty mudj
ba thoroughly dusted off bofore lt ls
I cleaned in any other way.
R member when putting meat In
vue ice cttest not to place it against
who ice. Ice draws the l?avox out cf
Ta r6movv fl/ spcoke from varnish
ed surfaces uso iquil parts of water
?nd sk|m milk warmed.
To b\\w out a cvndle hold it high
aud blot, >_i(wards'; jThis whl ?*eveot
fen? g*o?)e scattering: ?? ' ' v ,
A fow drops ot lepton j uoe added
. o borambiad e? gi, white cooking will
J mp: o vi; them.
Spread no wa papers ona newly wash
ed floor willoh umso bo walked upon
cefuro lu la tuoroughly dry. They
will &a\e fuot-Oiarks.
If a wash tub whluh leaks must bo
used before lb eau no properly mend
ed, tin mo crimea from the outside
wltn com mou soap.
Pountaln Pens Por Sale.
We have several dozen good Foun
tain Rens lor sale. Guaran ted 14
karat. 1'riccs $1 and $2 o ?oh, postpaid.
Leather Rockets for two or turee pena
15 cents each. Mail orders solicited.
Address SIMS' ROOK STOKU,
Orangeburg, S. O'
Railroad Fara Paid. SOO
FRIE Couraop OffereH
Board at Coat Write) Qulcl
i< ittiHi nnsiKHSSr.OUMItMMM.tf
that will last a Ufo time ls what you
want. Our Organs have a pure tone
and lovely cases. We can supply
you with an Organ that will please ia
every particular for only $05 and 170.
delivered. Wi Re us for ou : special
terms of payment, and for Illustrations
of thc beautiful Organs referred to.
If you prefer a Piano we have beau
tiful and good new Upright* from $185
up on easy terms.
Address malone's Muslo House,
Repp's Cr?eme; dal Calculater
WILL PR10VI?NT MISTAKES,
VV relieve the mind, save labor,
time ai d money, and do your reckon
ing in the twinkling of an eye. A
Read) Calculator and Business Arith
metic combined, lu the that 00 pages
it ?hows, at a glance, the correct an
swer to almost every calculation that
I likely to occur on the farm, in tho
shop, or in the office. This valuable
book will be sent postpaid to any ad
dress for 26 cents in ai amos. Address
SIMS' HOOK STOKH,
Orangeburg. S. C.
md engino in stock which han recent
in first class condition and will be
ho markot for euch a size engine,
i the woy of mnohinery supplies, and
?quiriea ano. orders entrusted to our
nark ot for anything, and bo snw
isca Of Men and Women
Uhonnm?Hm, Spoolflo Mood Poison,
\, Debility, Break Down, oto.,Oat?rrU
ro, (Hool, any dlaon*o of tb? Hoart,
wols or Lunga; Skin Diaoasea, niood
?I niiulilor dimanas, i>in<vuiea paoullar
I on or mit? US. Wa b?v? liad ovar
* In tho trofttmontof thoa? dUcaaos.
natrtbllshod. HxninhiAtlon Hank and
id Nsrva Bxhanaiion" ai.d "lloaltk"
w?" sont freo. Pomonal examination
8 ournblo by our homo troatmont plan,
/om onso froo. Wilto for ?lamination
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