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bleriggors will fill the bill, and
goldbug ally under the n1ano
Froe Silvor ony can fool Ithe pool
Both lilies of t1e Stiett car ra
ways of Charlestonl, S. C.. wa
sold to a irodklyn syndicato
cently. The pur'cla ers will cu
tinto the hwo hlms 1111(l rul the
by electriei ty. Ip to this tin
(harlestonm hlis enoiye .(%(I tlie unliiq
distinctionim (df being the lily ci
id over 60,0()) inhabluitants 0
used th old horse cars.
Charles Bi. Inlssoni vite s that
the Jeddo Tunnel in Pennsylv'ai
all the drilling was done iy mo,
of coimipressed air, (oiveyod so]
ten th!sand teel through a Se
and thre( (pilrter inch pipe w
ve' little loss. I thinks ti
coipr5essd a i s CS now bOing U,
for a greater variety of purpo
than any1), l (t her im otive power.
The lmoiey problem is troubl
1h111 counry to Inl extont horotof
unknown. a solution of which
inl the uture. Prominllt men
all ir ikns a re of opposite opin i<
and it. is diflicult for a limi
ml1in0d t.t grasp the situationi.
a lvel'3'y much10) of tho o)pin1io i
great m(8inds are like bewildered
are in manly cases counting u
luck. The want of oithor me]
has ever hon annoying to us5,
Em-r~ou JoURNAL :-I havG
so busy wvithi my examnitii
hav'en't the time to write a
composed piOco, so wVill give y
few scattering dots about 1
went to the S. B. C. at W~aii
ton wvhich took place Friday in
the 2d1 Sunday mn May and( cl
Wednesday after. The convei
being at our capitol drow <iu
large collection of 1)001)1 tI
Thoso who made the tript had
pleasure of seeing one of
neatest and probably one of'
finest cities in the wold.
guide that went through 1 he
tol building with uis said( thia
had been all over Europea and1(
ho had seen no buildings that
passed those in Washingt on in
way. All the national houise
fine b;eyondl description, and1(
only those but the business hi(
are also fine. T1here are very~
wooden buildings in tho city
one in 500 is made of wood1.
churches are generally mad'
stones with jagged wvalls oni
outside ; the walls are painted
lively colorod paint wvhich mn
them very showy. Trhe ca
building is situated almost in
heart of town ; tis houso is
majestic; it is ab~out 550 yard
length and is wide and high
p)rop~ortiion. There are fouri y
cipail streets in tihe city, a]
whiich point (directly toward
capital-North streot, East st]
South street and WVest street,<
sequontly there are four divisi
in the city, Northl-East, Soi
East, South - West and North-W
Tihe streets parallol to these f
main streets are numbell)red u
Arabiani lnmbers and N. E., S.
S. W. and N. WV. along with t
number, according to the posit
of these streets. The other stre
circle around thle capitol parai
to each other and are designai
by our alphablet in order. 'I
design of this city is very simn
and goes to show that Washingt
was not onily a goneral anld stat
man, but also a great man in
hunfldred other ways. Large
this city is there is not thle les
difhiculty 3 t gomng ignywhere in
from he a to suborh. There
~one grand building as compar
-' With those other grand ones. Ii
. 1irary wvhich is no0w Co
Otaide but is not f
Oxset~?t hd~~ the
terialat~t~ie. I~I too of t
gol 'for teatee
* ll direction. *i.~
this knme tsahe
the' air;' oriWthe top 91' this arm
there is a very fine -orna . at, al
most pure gold ; it cost 460, a00nd
is no Jarger than a peek measure
There is another very grand struot.
uro in this city-that is Washing
ton's monument Ik1oli is the high
as ost monument in the world ever
orected by men in honor of a man.
It towers high into tho air, as
Vaslingtoni's name, in whose hon
or it was erected, towers among
1 men. Thoro aro stones in it rep
on- rosenting every state in the union,
pe- and some of thoir principles and
ati- somni of their noble ien. It is
"o ifty-tivo foot square at the bottom
I and is five hundred and fifty-five
for foot high. Its top can be reached
m)11 oither by stops or by ai olevator.
orn- All thoso thiings that I have mini
titioned aro granid indoodm., but nlot
un)- so grand 2s som1e of tho noble
speho(Ts aid sorions which were
(oliverel by some of the world's
ablost menv11. Those 1me0n gave the
colIvnTtioi some grand thoughts
h which w$ hope will live forever.
Dr. B. 11. Cairroll, of Wavo, T3xas,
-prelchled on Sunday morning at E.
streot 1altptist church at 11, a. In.,
from iho subiuct: "The joy of
n- Christ and the fall of the devil
n froml the human i heart." Ile
of - Ipreachod ono hour and thirty min
ufites; d1 (uring tho last thirty min
tites tie wholo houso was in a sob.
All over the house could be heard
ui- inein, amen, to that grand preach
r' s noble thoughts. Tihere is one
more thought, that I would be glad
for our Baptists to have in mind,
n- and that is this: All the expense
m of the board for collecting the
missioni money and all the interost
paid onI tho debt of the board and
postago for sending the money tc
our mnissionaries was only eigi
at, cents oin the dollar. We hopo tha
those who are not disposed to give
baeause they think too much of thi
at money, never reaches the desire<
ia ; ond, will pleaso tako note of this
.118 We aro glad to know that Souti
Carolina was among tho front row
n1 in this great cause. May God blos
en this great meeting to tho palvatio'
Ith of many souls. C. L. CRAW.
t --_-Nw * -
Ted eetcber)s CEeluryry.
W. W. F. Bii', Editor.
ore "MARCELLA" APPLIED.
of By A. A. S.
)mS, Sympat'hy is, porha ps, tih ho m1
led po4oent force in the wcrld, sii.e i
Wo is hut "charity," writ sinl:l I.,
-hiat bounded by the e..xpe'rielv (1 th
\V0 aro mailly is'fi llas WI' Ia1
pon put oursolves ill* 11o plave (f 11
It~a 01-s, Rtild yet by ()l 1t 1 i'igf Ii,
and, ndr Rbi vo thir , miplif I ( I11w11 -|11111
t ore is a sol'isi' ill Wt'll I his trVull
ltI 'ree is one)1 of f lii, miost p~~ericii
athe woE.rbi1. We4 ofhteni noit ionh
u.1 t u ivs L'' i n thIeit phim tof (Cii
1i v)rsoll ori ll'itis W1l10ill Wa lore
the l1if 1111011 OdleilO, Ih' ig Wee' wanet
nc him. honcivonesly thougha nitih
. i ti'nils emrvrtc him to famly
'api- She rightfllyi lxperas tol sof p Ili
ed 1111 follit yl retr elto . Ti lhart
tha j al donbeltIll'ss grtill a wul~o
jin. ave 100. pilrd, siiig1. eInutoyment
lell, Iit l oil te(l. tle look bi ilmti)
1.bses ardapit aeunlestderes t h url wnt
fthe lyll prcuros ~h for1( h i work
The)( tnane5 (fo thisel andi( I~II family'i
'ohe and pl'ntrtr his t arfio'
tht liand'l doubtssigrtitude io wouat
with tare.pri~e olo eidt
tar'e acns sto thadowi l of' i walor
ver, wefad Mv( as eIa isind thae pI
mse mihti~ thave unmholese rest tdirinh
fewn sho da, af!iti hifreii ed p1onsan
..nof'to night depletrickeupn thei llil
The leavingo tho~so ho5 woul1d etrie
wit, thido. Ol 1011'crle i
ao litter wheni~or tini hose reato
.y1itoveha ledi' him stay cmil t.l urde101
ith- undeto the shado(1w of' ah feallow
vor ly.w idMaclaivs n h o
'iu Nhow takes 1 the re uron an<
'rin.. suchasorbngt sympraty? hoIt
E.of tr uy upethe strickn we oda
tnhneaing for te arsuand suti
.ot wiathi ohrownoe ciclneg wit'
lon.vo ite prnsidraen ofo the whum
ons lady" kerpsh awayows in t hom
po ut ow whtar the results o
E., plruly we rehed tomane thatlpd
hat firn tesentary, ecto is ( covlr)
mn lingting foarouseherrit sym
t hont sef; thase iognia oursgh bre
itl whminhisresnc but the "younee
isebu hol~no p ) )0itifl sh resul plan
;en plnl e ae ledato' so that hi
in- brief, osthal education and uptn
an lifting he tha rowethe siit no
ire heoe efollowa tnhius natrasl
st pan, soreo shal may hasptin tat
i, raomistimeo bunthersoul pros
is compandwelshippngh itsow plao,
d The ost o h education otwhc
is wrkifro it in a~ouward;in
a hisoie ildofaunsinrsae fprost
di- prityand ell bing hichist
pared witfvlu ho lntnis at any- .
subsequent period of life; we' say,
reverently, he gjrows in "wiqdow
and stature." eWo cannot enough
ompahsize that great principle of
growth: "enkindle interest in a
soul, and it will educate itseof."
We cannot create mind. It is
necessary or dosirable that overy
One should know ovorything. Do
not sow more seed than your soil
will boar. Let the childron have
a chance to grow, rooted in that
spirit which will become the high
est wisdom. Tl'hen will oducation
no longer bo that fIstain woven,
shreds of "scionce," "Grook, "
"Csloyd," and so on, ad infinitunm,
that fustainl which so clothes a
man in rags that a recont invosti
gation of the slums of NOw York
found nine out of over'y ton of tho
miserablo men in that most wrotch
ed and degraded multitudo "odu
cated";but an education born of a
living spark which onkindlos the
heart, mind, and soul of our youth
to noblo ondeavor and higir achiove
ADD)RESS TO TIlE WOMEN.
Mr's. Aadi'ev M3n1on14114 alaieal to
All to Help tlae Exiaibit.
The following address has beoi
issuod by Mrs. Andrew Simionds
of Chiarlostoni, chairman of tho
II viow of tho fact that wo lave
accoptod as a State Atlanta's cor
dial invitatioi to bo presen1t at her
groat Cotton States Expositioni, it
now bohloves us to son that wo go m
proporly 'caparisonod, and mako a
creditablo d(isplay. tlI
Thero is nio longer ally doubt, as
to whethor South Carolina will, bo Wi
thorn. That qjule(st.ionl Iias boon
definitoly settled. W) will 1) h
thore in friondly colietiion with I
all the other Slate l fi . inh lI'uin.
Tha vw hav() noapIrito l
from our govrinenI, nmclssitaes ap
thle greiti't , 1t. ' ersollal ev'or(s oll 0111y
oN 1.1'1, ai vs1oially (n Ih PI
part of1 tw heW"1n14' Who aeto be! "I
repre*(sente~d by a 1 i sep)aatv vxhibit 4
of thoir own inl the Womn)'s Iuil l- m
in1g. (O) wing tot th' perlsonatitIl I good hi
favor (f I th reidontC of IthllWo-\ W
mall's IlOard this room11 is in tIlel
m1ost o1nspitiolls and imporfai
e ws iil. r i with b s ItIo
ll'nnilw it fviw to1 qbiet orinst
plid I'm f i l whoil Swll - hut
wM i ll sia t el i e il eI 1h d Ios i- the 1i
bilit 4of faii' lr , a e o nro re-- te
iogni '( it, we(.180 W15 eiaim i lg
tl tio -, ihoever is growin "'I SO
vIery s inerl bt(0what thew can to- Sor)
hour of owtian. thav Sothorofor the
juda, it 8111) ssary1 ha chairman' IA)th
of11 tene Womlan'i11(1(58 i as Coso fop
Sotbrlina, ~~'l toi art. hi ago 1)0
the Slta~tio and to p'ies a o
ireiat alX thost whitos ey e ayl road1a
wathe ~' muhi t ds t ild reslulth- "1(
thatI ) oflhoingct't t~~i'ha t South-aro- t
lina,1 i she hasn had orforto mto lie
.op ehind on tihe rc ofeelo g)1
ress uis nt hhii 11ti braen ~insii.
lll a energy, te throt. Cssutialesto l'.-a
.ot .In th Worl's fair atiCicall Ii0
'I~eatnto fAercn a tlwh
sorir own pxihit tod the11101 magnii
Sciet forigni) diaya, buit( monhis-sha
k mauthgrn Exosii o the t odirat
-a awio iheporthat, ~I ah.,ovWest
"ohrewill hce oards tile tot.hn
-fi itel esir osptls 'ivesin1$ earles.,
ftiats-lir the gesof( he cn
p exhiit; iieach wepar Ienav will
ollkfo oai' a rite. si81rpto
r wfo haveo article tov a tXhousi- b
sole fomar 'housandl Eom-k tev
.n, xhibiss ork whchlwy maydellg the
anything atthtist worty wofmu. the
Thonam of the aker uthern rtae.
ecton riuof tie ouyst bro one lsi,
e rtaicmln alo-no the pa n-tr
tedr pa ofThortao rilob th
Come to us because the)
good thing when they see
can get the very best styl<
to-date Clothing and Fi
Goods at much less price i
where. Extravagance is n
sarily a part of well dress
is, frequently the best dre
the most economical. Tl
"chick" styles and wher<
them. They are not led
superfluous gab from i
houses, but come steadily
where they get what they
the right kind of price.
do the same. We invite
1unifilent prizes 1of liy awar
dI by at comeltenlt, connluittel. for
ii best qspenimen inl each branch
work1, part of the m1oneoy raised
11 bo (evotod to this ohject.
Sidos which, ill order to make
South ( irolina room a lota
n (111 inl everyv wv, tilmre will I
A rt Iioan Collection, porson
3 Supervised by a collimittoe I
po(inte'd f rll. Ihl(% purpl o . .11
S,pminitintgs, valluible old ste1l
tevs, frame1(d au11tograph lettIevr.,
renut 111n, historieam, clth
hal1 lags. piees of (ol..
I'l Ir iture, silver, llilliatloes.
('s. inl ict any ohjfts of art
by vf (d xdhiiion aro <h-sire"d.
Si 114 11'lelnls w,.iIll slieb (Obbjec itg
\I 1 i 1'11 i t q wnt I 1n1o. * ii ,er- aI
)it I -e i . .(ll (idiIIS. ill w ill 1
Oly101 be ao l p u N
oiwhereP Oils-a could ilwey lbe so (.
disphlye(d anld to Such largo Il
min)Iis,. The p~ricos!, and' his
('s ofI (on1h art.ieVlilmust he at
md, anth1y') wvill all lbe (alta
(jled for them;1 the small i oh.. -
s 1(m1t ini glass (ases, under10
1 wvhy weo havoe such urgenlt
d1 of mon01ey, for' the xpenlse of
exhlibit , the payimg of tile
oiver an~d abolvo\.tor1 4'xpen'Ises
wich aot any13 rate a speial I
'tion will be relsorvedl, bes~idos
11t Atlanlta will give.
I r. lRochte, the4 S1tate Commis
l(er, w(ill iateri oo. publishla
llemn ( about8 0 (ranspotaion111. S
sonit t0 m111 here at myi shliress34 I
'ior tIlo 11imo bing, I amI the44
ling ser'vant of' ihe State~ of my
11 ll wh''(oIk ' fe l a like' (nthusi
MlRS. ANDR1fl'W SIMON DS,
I S. Batter1y, Chat~rleston, S. C.
J11nton1, 8. C., Jiln1e I .--- u al.
cati I toccurre~td on t Ihe s tr'e4'
woon1 J1. 11. Workmanili, until ro..i
a.d1 S. M . Dunca,' resuiltini
the killing of thle forimr biy the
tor'. Eye-witnIesse34 say that1.
*rkmain Iired the0I first sh1(.
,OV11 shots '(''re fired byx b)oth1,
'lies ini ralpidi 81snssol.
VWorkmn is shot th Iirough the
['le aiff'air is gre'atly delior'edl.
'0 as5 both part'ies ar w1 iell kno4 wni
1 have manny friendsl inl Clinton,1
1' seems1 that W~orkman11 aIiccusedl
nean of having himi dIischargedl
m1 tite Constable fore. All
nossos5 are( oin behlalf of M)' r. Dan1(.(
1. D~uncain gave hlimllif up to1
ftr. D)uncan isf aibrothler of' (hi1f1'
ry D)uncn of tile Secretary of1
)uncan's wound11(s woro (driesse'd I
1 110 wilI recovor'. Worlkmanll
d( about two hour..
d~vicos rOceive ~t .Exp)osition01
dqullarters arle 1to the offect that
Massachulsetts logislaturo0 has
>mfmon~dod theo passage of a bill
ropriating $25,060 for an ex
it at the Cotton States and In
lacional Exposition. It is said1
the hill will bo nassed.I
Is of up
- to find
ou to do
The nro o NorthCaoi,
1ti1er ho leaderiship of t|( 't11 niost
promiinent clergynern niid other
leadrs, havIe orgaIized to nuajke
all exhibit, (0, the progIrss of the
l'ote ill that. State, at- the Negroex
Ihibit of I1h1 Cotton States and .In
Ileports frin New 1"nglaind. New
Vork, I',iIItsylvania aund other
iorthiorn sections show that th(
enldinIg ladies 11f those States are
akingr a ve'ry activo int'rest, ill the
Olnin's "exhibi111 ion.
MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY
Sevri t' yvnrs agZo. I waI a:1fliefi'd with
e ood im Ip t'ily, which11 resnlie d il
1 .itlo, and o's on It) 14- 4e . whih troll
1l-d im, coiii only for four you-~s.
he I ro h 44).lleli a ected my gza iIeeral heal th.
i'I t ;(e ! to fuee :11111 w iV8 1( o t 111
41 v 1ih41, % Iwas N io re I b-es at it !-I llInot
,il :11. it) sli'ep well, l l, 1)()4%1le(14
,oh Ar.Je LoroingRmdv aFo r
Il T f( he l r withI h111 filst bottle.
eoral healh began to improve, m
etill bellen ll ett.r. I (ept. betler at
I, 1ec to rainl lh, tle sor
1 nirlely healed. myIN systeml was built
)n 1i have be1e( n inl perfect hen
V'e Sine.:i l) have never been troubled
nee with boils ort any form of blood im
lo, v. wA1/L'E A. YoUNG.
0fou Are fLclooking 011 For J
Ten o er u arganco.
era urn this uBeok.
browou upohs cutrIr
Vhitbe satsFi uedPqe
1r 7 hei~ tre to showa'c for them.
1le.n1i o is h p
ortuity ou wll b thepoor
I have two little grand cilldren who
tre teethlg tills hot sunimer weather nid
ire troubled with 1owel complaint. I
rno them Chamnborlain's Colic, Cholera
ntid Diarrhoea Iemely mid It acts like a
lhnrm- I carniestly reconmmond it for
!hildren with bowel tronhies. I was my
;elf taken with a severe attack of bloody
lux. with eramps and paints in my Stom.
telc, one-third of a bottle of this remedy
tured tme Within twenty-four hours I
was out of bed am doing my house work,
Wits. W. L. DUNAoAN, I on.aqua, Hick
m-an Co., Tn. For sale by.
Dr. (. W. Earle, Pickens; C. N. Wy
tt. 0aisley: laill. Sloan. & Co., Fort 11111;
limimnter & llozgs, Liberty; L. R. Eaton,
' Many of the citizens of Itainsville,
itdianla ar Ilever. without ia bottle of
Chamb elrlami's Cough Reliedy in the
house," Says .hicob BIrownl, the leading
m ehant'of tle place. Tils Remedy
thns proved of so noeh value for. colds,
elotp aid wioopilg colnwiih inl chIi(lret
tiamt few motier. who kmnow its worth
a1re willing to he without. it. For sale by
Dr. G. W. Eai-ie, Pickents; C. N.
N. Wvatt, Easley ; 11.all, Sloa.1, & Co.,.
Fort 11111; Iuliter & LBogrs Liberty; L
R. Eaton, Central. apr1.
Sometime ago I was troibleth witi ani
attclk of rh let, matismt. I iused ( Chamnber
lain's Pain 1110aim Itid was coimpletely
eued. I hlave sinle advised manty of myiv
friends and entstoiers to try the reimedy
and(] all speak highly of it. SIMON GomD
BAUM; San Ltis RHey, Cal. For sale by
Dr. G. W. Earle, lPiekens ; (. N. Wy
tt.. EIsley; Hlall. Sloan , & Co., IFort
[liill; ltiuter 4&, loggs, Liberty; I.. R.
FOR THE PHOLKS.
Here it is,
Short and1( sweet!
1 Handled I loes
Sweeps, Straw IHIts, Um
birellas, I arasois, Fans,
1 askets, &'atels.
Coie and se
WV. T. McFALL.
W\e 'will receive niext weeck a nice
'lected' st ock of baIthes :md Misses
l at,- wimthm ithos, F'lowers, and
New I )ry Goodsl: ui Shoes comn
Thle biest (;Gri Cradles and Grass
1ladeis (ee seenl.
SIde Iliarrows, IDoule Stocks andt
their lFarmingm~ Tl'ms.
Grol4ceries a~ lvaninig-- We have
ie b est amdI our stoek was bought
(i,)re tihe ise. '
Ilonnu-syndcs, I 'lai ls, anid Y.arns5
hueape~r than11 ever.
Lots omf God an,15:md bu little money.
.AC Ic). Li|ue( ,'
'nu S-rrr',.: om' Son C~Ai n:.u
l mun .ts s (Col NI'v.
V. II. Sminmecy, D~efeid an t.
Sumimns for j )elief.
To the D~efenudant WV. Ii.Sumv
You ar heri'eby' sumitlmed and re
Lired to antswe'r thme co)miplatmt in this~
-Tion, of whihib at copy Is herewClith
rlr ed upjonI you, andi to serve a copy
your answer to thme samd (colmplaint
i thme subiscriber at hnis oflice at P ick
is, S. C., withinu twenty (days after
C service hiereof, exclusive of the
y of sneh service ; and if you fail
answer thet. comnplaint within the
'n aforesaid, thc Plaintiffs in this
tioni will apply to thme court for the
lief dlemandedl ini the comnplaint.
Unated May 6th. A. D). 189)4.
J1. M. &h-riewn, C. C. tr. C.
Tlo the Decfendant WV. HI. Summiiey:
Please take notice that the Stun
Onls and1 Complamt in this case wvas
ed in theo oilice of the Clerk of
to Court of commnon PlIease for
ickens County on the 6thi day of
lay, 1895, and that the object of
mo action is to foreclose a mortgage
iven by you on the land described
L. E. CriIT.nuss,
Beal.] J1. M. Si'lxwAwrT c. C. P. C.
B. A. MoRGAN, T. 0. ROBINSON,
eonville S.\. lckons, S. C.
ORGAIU & ROBINSON,
Attorneye at Law,
Plokons, 8. C.
SWPractce Ii all Courts. mcb28tf.
JULIUS E. BO0a0S. T. J. MAULDIN,
BOGGS & MAX.D.IN,
feb2SmG Pickens, 8. C.
It. U1WBRT KIRKSEY
Physician and dur'geon,
Office at his rosidenco Main Street.
March 8, 1894
DIt. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
V. M. NGRWOOD, Assistant. Ofice,
88 Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
Jal. 9, '92 y
D3 J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Groon.
ville, S. C. 0111ce over Addison d%
McGee's Drug Store.
If you want the finest PICTURES madO
in the State, go to
113 McBee Aveune Greenville, S. 0
4" Crayon Portraits a specialty
A 1E CLA It K. (I E0. E. COOPEl,
Clark & Cooper,
M arble and Granite Monuments,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
nd Wrought Iron PFENCING, Greenville,
S. 0. Sept. 19, '91.
Main Street., GI;EENV A
Have just. received a
In the latest styles an(l lowt
Your patronage solited.
Main Street, Greenville, S. C.
lBep'iairing of all kinds of Saws
J. C. Mauldin, Proprieter.
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years ex perience. Ou'radunate fromn first
whooiiuls- unr iik'patronage of highest Meidi..
al auth.orit.y, matmkes andt plroperly adjnusta
y0, styhj Spectacles. Ofli~e oiver I)r. Ad.
ison's I )rng Store, Greenvyille, S. C.
~Jnne 28, 1894.
AllI persons are hiereby~ warned to not
rsass i any way on miiy lot, at, the cor..
(r olf Cedar lI tek and F'actory Streets,
hie snine. beiing thme piremises ocenUpied bIy
I. I'. Iliester last year, uinder penalties of
hie hiw. 0. IL. 1)URtANT.
P'ickents. S. C., May 3t0th 1895.
WE PAY - CASR[!
or Hides, Beeswax, Tallow
WE sell harn ess Leather, U~pper~
ips, Calf Skins, Sheep Skinis, Laco
,eather, IHame1c Strings, in any amount.
GOWER & GOODLETT,,
01 Main Street, Green vi~id, Si c'
means so much more than
you imagine-serious and
fatal diseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
If you are feeling
out of sorts. weak
BN * and generally ex
- ~ and can't wyork,
begin at once tak
I ig the most reli
ters. few bo
B k ties cure-benefit
J-itters comes from the
teta nd t' s
________________pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, N~rvous almttents
Gtnthgenuine-It has crossed red
atitutes. wr e Alothers are sub.
will mend set of enI Beautijul Wrld's
Pair Vie and bok-free.
BROWN CHndICat CO. nALsiMRunn on.