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THUlRSDA Y, NOV.'11 7, 1859.
QUALIFICATION 0F OT1rEs.
The Constitutional Conveition
last Friday fixod th qualification
of voters and took a recess until
Tuesday. The d th' sction of the suf
frage plan was the bone of conten
tion and over it tho groatost battle
of the COlVenltiOl has en)('0 fou'ght,
resulting in a victory for the com
mittee, of which 8'Senator Tillman
was chairman. The attack on the
plan was against the property and
educational qualification foaturos
and against what is known, as the
understanding clauso, which is the
loop hole to lot ii the old soldiers.
In this iSSUe of th e JOURNAL is
publishod what is concoded to he
the best speechos mado during tho
sossion of tho colvoitioln. Hona
tor Tillman's spooec is describod
as most powerful and Olo(uen11t,
and tho most collipleto and logi
cal made Ol the loor of the con
The voto oi the final adaption I
of the 4th sectioll of the sulirago
plan was takeln an1d resulted as fol
lows: Yoas, 69; nays, 37. Dr.
Fiold and Al r. Bowon voted for the
adoption, and Dr. Smith voted
against it. 'hi soief.ioin roasI as
The qualifleation for sutiTrage I
shall be as follows :
(a) Residenee in the Stato for t
two years, ill tho couity ono yoar, t
ill the election district, inl which I
the elector offors to vote four c
miioiths and the paNymlit six
iontihs before ai eftion of any t
p)oll tax then due an(d Iayablo:
1rovidd, howQveer, tha t 1 .-misters e
ill chlargeb of ani organlizedl church t
and teachers of' pulblic schiools e
shall bes entitled to v'oto after six d
mlon ths' residencee inl the Stato if ii
othoerwiso qulfi fied. e
(h) Registraltionl whlich shall t
provide for tihe onrVolent of every t
elector on1ce in tell years, andi also S
an onrlmentf~l (during each tad ev- il
(bry year of overy elector not Ipro- I
viously retgistorecd unidor t.he pro- 11
visions of t his atle. eV
(c) Up to .JinnlIary I, 1898, all f'
male p~ersonls of vot inig amgo lupply. ]
ing for registrationl, who cain read "
aniy secionm ill this Conistituition or' h
und1(erstandi and1 expilainl it wheni 0
read~ to 11ho11 b y the registrio e.111
oflicer, shaull bet (entit led to register g
and1( h.Ooilmo an1 elect 01r. A separ
alto record( of atli persons registored1
beoro January 1, 188, sworn lto
of' Court. and1( onie ini thoe oflice of t
the Secretary of State, on or hefore b
F lebruary I, 1898S, and such persons 'T
shall rem~la ilrinig lifto qu~alified1 C
elect ors unloss disquatlife by(1l tilh) 'I
other pr'ovisionIs of this~ ariticle. n1
The corlt ifliet of the (lork of Court hi
0or Secretumrv of State shall hes suf- f<
liciet. (v idonee to e'st abili the fi
right of said cit izenus to aniy future g
registrat ion and( the0 1ranch iso un1-f
(der tihe limnitations herein inmposedl. n
' (d) Any person who shll 1apply I
for registrationm after .January 1, I
.1898, if otherwise qulabftiOd shmall bet
registered :1Providled, that ho can ~
bo0th roadi and wr'ito any sectionl of I
this Constitution 01' canI show that t
he owns and has paid all taxes col- I
lectable during the prevlous year I
on property ini this State assessedl
at $800 or more. The cortificate or 1:
receip~t of the ofhicer authorizeod to r
collect such taxes shall be conclu
sive p~roof of the paymonmt thereof.
(e) The manmage rs of election,
shall require of every elector offer- ~
.ing to voto at any election before ~
allowing him to vote pr'oof of pay
mnt of all taxes, including poll t
tax, assessed againist him and col- ~
lectible for tile p)revious year.
(f) TiheGeneral Assemlely shall 1
provide for issuing to each duly reg- a
istored elector a certificate of regis. U
tration, andl shall provide for tile '
renewal of such certificate when '
lost, mutilated or destroyed if tile i
applicant is still a qu~alified elector '
tinder the provisions of this Con-X
stitution, or if he has been regis- t~
tered as provided in section o.
It is said that a paper for the
new county of Saluda, will make ~
its ppearance mn a few days. The
paler will be known as Trhe Sa- e
lud Sentinel and wvill be publish- I
ed Mr. E. H. Anll until the 0
coun seat of Saluda has been se- Y
lected when it will be moved to
that p1 e. Tile Sentinel will be
ediedProf. B. F. Samples. '
TulE STATE FAIH.
The State Fair will be hold i
Jolumbia, Novombor 11th to 15tl
ind promises to be one of the bos
aver held. The premium list wil
soon be out and will contain vor;
desirable prizes, which will doubt
less induce many exhibitors t
compete for thom. The railroad
have accodod to tho request of th
managers and offer very 'hborn
rates to visitors, only one cont
mile counting both ways. Whil
it is ploasant and profitable to vi.
it the exposition in Atlanta, ye
there will be many things at th
State Fair, which will be more at
ti'activo and interosting to a Sout:
Carolinian than the exhibits ii
Atlanta. Besides the Constitu
tional Convontion will be in sosS
ion, aind it will bo delightiul t<
look upon that fine body of repre
iontative men, after seeing 1,1
iights at tho Fair ground. Alto
other it will bo a good time t.
visit Columbia and see a gooi
The publication of a nlow pape
wvas boglin last wook at .Iatesburg
with V. TI,. AnidrOws as editor
l'lhe nanme -10of the nlow papor. is Th
Peoplo's Advocate and will circr
Into mainly in the newly formno<
-ounty of Saluda.
A man solhig open cotton boll
,o Northorn poople it ton cents I
)oll is 01e of the sights at thle At
anta Exposition. .ft is said lie i
loing ia big trad and 1as a conso
fulence has got a honanza.
'T'lhe Columbia Registor nov
onies to us as an Oight page daily
'he Registor is a splondid papo
n(d deserves the patronage of Ro
The fare on all lines of transpor
ition irom Atlit to tli Ex)o
ition grounds ha11s booln redice
rom tonl cents to five.
ATLANrA, 0A., Oct.. 30.-T'li
Ionsolidatod Stroot, Railway Com
lany, which croea ted nmuch i Cufavor
blo criticism ut. (h opening oi
he exposition )y raising the fart
o the groids to tein cnts, ha1
1con forced to make a permanont
ut to a fivo cent faur, .whicl will
10 inaugi ra1ted tIomorrow. TIhe
ouble fare of the Consolidatod re
ulted iii the ost.hiblishnent. of sov.
ra1 lintes Of butses to the exiX5.
ion grounids. Thoese v'ohic.les play.
dI havor with trailie, the Conisofi.
*atod gbtt ing oI y such paussenigers
N could nelf be clrowdod( into ther
mibuses150. TheI( resul t was t hatI
hie stre.et caris were runi miost of
ho tiime withlouit palsongors, amid
rlomug a hieavy loss star ig t hem
. face if th(e ten cen t r'ate was
iniiintained , 1.he( comipaniy detr
iinied to go bacok to thle old1 five
mnt fare w nc h was i n force 1bo
)ro the4 opI'ninug of the e'xpositi
ho Aleoot of I li Conlsol'.
-hiose action was largely .uated,
le for thle reports of 'sos
very side0 thiat we gouging oni
tst over' the~ C .0 8sont broad
raitiftying to inmtry, is hiighily
-- lCe publlic.
,1r311e's iewsII of MTYte~4r'N.
unsat Monday night ai box (eari
t. the G., C. & N., depot wasH br'ok
ai into andioml shoes8111 and1( Ilour
iken away. Since then the fol
nvi ng arrosts hiave bIoon miado:
~il Moflratt, Jason Moffa tt, (Cbani
sy .J'mes jr., and~ L. E. Patton,
hose parties are boeys or young~
ien. Part of the stolen goods
>r such coniducOt is sovrOI'. Ini thei
rst laice, if Cthle parties8 (d0 not
ive hail, the county will have to
bout three miont.his. Thiie r oo motih
oatrd of four mon11 at ton (101lars ai
non1th amiountts to $120. Th'le goods
hat are lost oi not recovered are
.'orth oinl~y a tn rinl. Prisoners of
his kind shiouldl 1h released 01
hir owni recognizan~co. If thosi
non aire contvictodl they will sorve
term on the pulblic works, hul
hey can inovor work enough to re
ay the expenlso of keeping them in
rison.-Press and1( Ban ner.
The Shoe Noever (lame Back.
J. H-. Riley, a cotton buyer whc
ves at Sally's, a emiall stati
ear Blackville, on the Carolini
[idland railway, was robbed om
'1e night of tihe 24th ult., of $3,600,
efore retiring, Mr. Riley placed
1e money, wvhichi was in, bills of
rgo denominations, in his she
nd put the shoe beside the bed as
sual, thinking it a perfectly safe
'ay to securo it if any one should1(
Ltemnpt to rob him. But on awak
ig the next morning, the shoe and
ioney were 1both gone. Deotectivo
7eeks, of D~enmnark, is at work on
is case, laut as yet lie has found
FREE 'TO JOURINAL READEims.--Tmd
DiURNAL1 is anXious that its siibscri
ers should have the advantage of
very good thing going. With this
id in view we have arranged with
'he Hlostermnan Pablishing Company,
Springfield, Ohio, for a supply of
early subscriptions to their great
kontly,1"The American Farm News"
rhich will be yreser'ted i'REE 'tOEv
RVY PATO IN AD)VAOE subscrlber to
Wherein MIen auLd women Differ
S Man is a creaturm of cast-iroi
1 habits; woman adapts herself t
t Oirccumistaices; tiis is the founda
tion of the moral differenco be
Y A mani does not attompt to driv,
a nail unloss he has a liamnier;
o woman does not hesitate to us
anything from tho hool of a boo
to the back of a brush.
D A man considers a corkscro
,1 absolutoly iocossiary to open a bot
a tIe; a woman attempts to extrac
e the cork with tho scissors; if sh
does not succeed readily, she push
es the cork into the bottlo, sinc
1 the essential thing in to got at th
Shaving is tho only use to whic1
a man puts a razor; a woman om
ploys it for chiropodist's purpose
Whon a man writes everythini
- must bo in applo pio order; pe1
- papl antd ink muist b just so.
profound silenco must reign whil
_ he accomplishes thi imiportan
iinctioi. A woman gets amy shoo
of papor, tears it, perhaps, from 1
- book or portfolio, sharpons th
Speicil with liot scissors, puts t1
papor on anl old atlas, crosses lio
feot, balaicos horself on her chair
anld coinfides ler thoughts to tit
r papor, clitiging from ponicil to pui
and vic( versa from Cime to imie
>tor does shte care if tle child ( ror
romp or t cook coimies to speal
n to her.
-A man stormis if' tHie blotting
I paper is niot convtiiintly eiiar; i
wom(1il (11i(os the ilk by 1lowing
Oil it, wv..Ning the paper III the aii
or holdilg it noar tmll' lmp 0
I A iiani drops a letter uiiesita.
- tingly in flte box : a1woman r1.
4 roads th addr,Sss, assures Iersel
. that the elvedope is sealed, ti(
stamp11) iweu re, 111d tOln throws it
viololItly ilito tlie box.
A m-an4 (-tan cut a book eily withi
a paperI cu!ItterI; a wvomlan deftly
-inserts a hiair-pil an1d the book i1
-IFor a nlmin "good-byo" siguifie's
the(. enld of a con1rstio am,1hc
moment, 1' of his depl.'Larture; for V
wVoltln it, is ]iho beginniig of a nw%
clapter, Ir it is just. whlenIit tt.
arel takingr leave of -ach other'io
womnll thlinlk of the m1ost ilipor.
tant tilpics (f CoI-veirsalt.itin.
A wtimiait t-aiisael -" hI brainl try
ing to lind a br< ke object.: it
1111111 puts it aIsido it Ii forgets t hIlat
for1 wih icht tOhere is nI() remedy.
Wlich is (1i1o Supor1, or?--Lippi'n.
enott's i\laine~~ II.
A NoveI Iligl -
T[wo ladies ofi d1r a a
stpe m' a icirriartictinll oInce
no n r C h a1r in g c C ro s . . a to aaii jo w o lo r 's
of them ly got , L)(olon. One
st ood arosst ie Ut, and tw coiell
to 1ho otlwresi wanted to cross
w coachmmt e, so they desiied
The foll ow r to' mfove oin a lit tie.
remoinstrir~ 'fnsed, the geitdetiien
Dutring d, butt in vain.
canwl to wt allorenat tiln thie ladyi~
ishi v or hpd'r n ol
st ir'fr lored Shor (lahman ol t o
of' the ml his pliace. (On this onoit
(10or, gent lemonei opmwttd t1( hecoach
ste ' an td withI10 hots and( 51 sprs
Iiie was510 fo le b ' his compantt
ion1, to thet extum dele(iscompolsil'e
of theL ladyV witin, as well as tl te
laidy withouctt. To) comlt~o lie
jest. a party of sailors runnn~ing upi,
oblserv'ed that if it ween~i thtor'ough
fario tho heliad as muche I right toI it
aso the ofthers', and1( accordingly
As good ai dl'untr'ifico ats 110 enn.
tall, is commo an tsalt . The teeth
shoulId be reguilarly clealnedl once a
daty by rubb~ling thomi lengthwise,
with a soft, damp cloth dlippode in
fine table salt. This readily re
mfovoSst si ins or d iscoloirat ionts from
the teeth, imtpatitts ita lne, (even brilI
Iianit plish, and1( rondlers the gumst
firim and1( pink as wvollI as hol ps to
sweCCetn the b rea(th. '1lho toeth
s'hould~ ailso hu lightly dipped inl
weak saitt-water afteor r'acl meal,
and( the mou1th rmsod0( out with
A icious attack by an English
sparrow upon a small chlild, result
ing in the doath of the lattor, is a
sinigular ocurrenice whiicht recont
13' happened at Stommier's Runii, ini
Ml\aryltand, says an exchange. At
that plaeoC two sons5 of Charles
Moore caught a small1 sparrow
when out in th woodls 01n0 (day,
and~ they brought it 1homo1 so that
Ida, their eightooen months old1 sis
ter, could( p1lay w ith it. The little
child was (olighted with the pros
et. WVhen alone with it 0on0 day
she lot the elparr'ow outt of its cago.
Tho bird flew savagely at the child
and fiercely seized her lower lip.
'The screams of the baby brought
her mother to the roescuo, and she
oeia.vorodl to get the spairrow
away. Iloforo this c'ouldl b0 done
the bird had to be killed and its
beak pried 01)on with a p~air of pin
cers. Tda at on1celboganl to show
symtoms of blood( poisonling. She
was attetnded by Dr. WV. Vor'os
Mace, of Stemmer's Run, but iln
spito of his efforts she died.
The host kindness of ai proud
man has often such a mixture of
arrogancy, that his greatest obli
gations are rendered ungracious to
a worthy receiver.
Courtesy is one of the cheapest
exercises of virtue: costs oven less
The powder used in big guns is
k queer-looking stuff. Each grain is
> a hexagonal prism an inch wide
and two-thirds of an inch thick,
with a holo bored through tho
middle of it. In appearance it ro
5 semublos nothing so much as a
I pieco of wood. If you touch a
match to it, it will take seven or
t eight seconds to go off. Slow burn
ing powdor like this is employed
in cannonm because it doos not
- strain tho gun so much. h quick
t or the ex)losion the greater the
L) shock and the shorter the life of
- the weapon.
Professor Hicks, the wonther
prognosticator of St. Louis, pro
dicts that January of 1890 will be
- a swinger for cold, and a.dvises
poople, 1ovn inl the South, to "Pro
vido bountifully against severo
,winte~r storis and great cold."
I'his is good advico, whether the
sovero weather and great cokl com
t or not.
That Spanish oflicer who is re
puted to have said that whaen the
Spnuiards had dono the Cubans up
they woul pamade Spanish trools
in Contral Park, iaid probably been
' ilin Iu on tho juice of the grape,
or the spirit distillod from mo
lsses. It may bo incidently re
marzi'ke1d, howover, that tho Sptin
ish soldior's forte theso days is on
Wo have just printed a now lot
of blank receipts for our subscri
b.rs, which they can got filled out
by calling at this olico.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In the C(ourt of Common Pleas.
By vir tue of Decretal orders
and orders of Woreclosure made
in the following named cases,
and oil file in the Clerk's oflice,
I will sell on
S leday in December,
next, 1895, at Pikens C. H1., S.
C., during the legal hours for
sale, the following described
real estate, to wit:
Sallie Alexander, et. al.,
All that. eOrtain piece, parcel r
or tract of land lying being, and
situate in the county and State
aforesaid, in Hurricane Town
sliip on 1(eowee River, adjoin- ~
ing lands of Robert E. Steele, -
W. E. Alexander' andl Ruthia
Alexander, containing one hun
drledl andt Wen (110) acres miore or
less. Termns cash..
G eor'ge E.L Mooni.
All that certain pic, parcel 3
or tract of land lying, being andi
situate in the county and State
aforesa i, on w"aters of Georges
Creek, adjoining landls of W~ar.
r'en H-Iailton, I harriet McCrack- ;
enis. ,Johni (. Bow)~en andi other'is,I
co(ntaininig one0 luindred''t and1(
th irlty-five (1 :51 acresh more or
less. Ternus .1 (ash, tihe balance
on a credit of twelve mionithis,
soeured!'t byv the bond1( of the pur-~
chaser antI a mortgage of the
promi's.iPrchiaser's to pay
* Clerk of Court.
Sale, N ov. 15th, 1895.
sieeing the needi ofi the Gorspel bin g
prhii, a'l int this dlay of dlarkness andl idola..
Itry. thouiighi men't 'i c allu fantiiijes and say aill
iman r o f ev*ii of us, (astintg tiM ot. cif the
Sy nazgo gue. (ineiet ing-hiousies) asn was foret old
by Chirist , .lhn 1ii6: 2, aint so mauny hunger
ing~ aftte th Ile pure tGospel andu thle gliory- of
Godi, that wit miay give all otur timie toi
preacin tg thle woird, we' havie didedii.i to
sell all we hav1 e, at piublic autcti for nc'csh,
cin thle I15thi of November, 1595: O ne ume,
weigt I .000 pounds, 7 years cubl; coult, Reid
('hief, 2 yeats ol; I cow:; 11 hugs ;saw-miill,
gioid as new ; thiresheri antd fan ; turicninig
lathe;* 2 wagonis: one hutggy ; log uart;
bulai ksmiithI. farinig amdiimchanicacl tools;
loiomi ; 2 spinniniug-whieels ; 2 bedcsteadus ;sew
Sig machl ine; : o ok intg stove; ilock ; r
shller;llt 10 hushiels co rn, an manyii i,, othier
ltigs not. mnti onei; alsio, somec good
boiois, amontog which is n ii ity nIible, fitll
(if IIlodiniess, ancd a lBapt ist. Inoetrine withi
(lit, I lie .lloliniess.
eloMhN & ,tANE Ef1A(k'N hinot,
Mile Croek, P. 0.
ct21w 3 P'ickcens coutyt, s. c.
If you want points on "How
to Growv Clover," consult our
Agriculturalist. No charge.
Ask for onc of our Cata
logucs and Seed Books.
Your patronage solicited.
Nawu Store In rar ot Onaaera s..
Now that the Fall and Winter Season is again at hand, and
Cotton has again proved itself King, we wish to call
your attention to the Stock of Goods we
have to sell you. Our line of
Consists of every Style, and is made of every fabric. The
Prices are such as to enable every one to
buy a New Suit.
Trousers and Suits to fit the Boys and Children.
HATS IN ABUNDANCE!
At all Prices, and Cheaper and Better than you can g)et in any
other store in the State.
From 50 cents a Suit up to $5.00.
In all the Latest Styles; made by the best houses in the world.
Ask to see our UNIVERSAL SHIS Laundied and Un
landlried. They are said to be the best shirts in
the market for the money.
In fact, we have E\VERYTI-ING that is carricd by a Clothing,
Hat and Gents' Furnishing House.
EVERTm' N MEW!
NO OLD GOODS, and all w'e ask is a call from you.
Thanking you for past patronage we are
THE NEW CLOTHIERS
1 i 15 3 Greenville, S. C.
AWord to thel W14%6
I do not mea n to bother the readers of TinI JoURNA], With nv high
lown advertisement. i mean only to state a tew facts and I ani sure1 you all
re wI Iisell Ofit by it. 'When you come to Greenville it you are
y w v at to the Mammoth Dry Goods Store of R,. L. R.
NZ and he will give u bargaims that will mualke You happy.
I will give you
envy Canton Flannels for 4c "d. 25c. grade Reil twilled FlanI.
hirting Calicoes 41 .1anet
id(Igo c1 Caicoes 4 Iilikt
n. Wol flle Schol By '-4 White lUed Spi cads )50
oJ.Wofledn So l oi A wool JTackets, latest ii yle Sl.7
boz. W ool filled School Boy Ai8 Xeh lImported all wooI
Jeans 20 > Ne "II 001018 l
Go'z. Wool filled School Boy 46 inc 1)Imp)ort d all wool
Jeans 2 Serge cL olor's
ard wide Bleaching (no Best qual ity ap i~ Ionghans Ii
starch) 'li e-t qualil'y Uotto 4lhecks 5(a hle
[edicated all wool twilled Ilbast Cantons Ilaninel oN~~ h, Ue 10e
Red Flannel 1 2e IFeathier Ticking :
Lack of' space prevents miy mient o ioig thloui'san of oher ba rgams
are to offer. Conme and see for ouris-Ilver All my Goods \~oe bou ght. ii.
une and JTuly when cotton was 5c., so as long as t hey last will give. you the
enefit of' my early purchaises.
Our sa!esmien, Eugente Huter o, C. TR. Jordan, .1. Miilton 1K ing., .1. C.
ampb ellI, All en Pari',ins a iInd rank Walkeor, wvill t ake( ple(;asure iniSII ho ingi
'on fthrouighm linnjlens1a stock, whiich y.ou are cordially inIvited to inOsp ect.
THAN EVER PRODUCED,
WE'rtE T AL KING ABOU T.
Look over- the stock; it's complete now,
and see if you don't agree wvith us. One of
two things we alwvavs rnean to do: To sell
you -better goods than you get elsewhere for
the same price ; to sell you the same goods
at a lower price than you get them else
GREENVILLE, S. C.
FALL AND WINTER
Do You Know that We Carry the Latest
and Most Stylish
In the City,
-0 % If NoCall adbe Convinced,
i Misses Rogers,e
WHOLE8AL-E AND RETAIL,
apr4m6 100 Coffceept4ieet, (Under Opera lIonse,) Greenville, S. C.
%T O W I
- - o - -
We begin it by offering to the pub-.
lic a large sitook of Dry Goods, con.
sistig of Silks, Wo:>len and Cotton
I [enrietta and Serges in all the
Cotton goods inl almost endless
Those La Bell Crepons, the very
thing for early fall wear at '124 cents
'The biggest stock of Flannels, red
and white, plain and twilled, that .[
have ever had.
.Diverst'i Of Jeans ill (16 well to see
ine before buying. I have a big stock
and prices will bo made to 'suit t e
Shoes-Milens, women's and clil
drent's Shoes, tull "iup to date" and
warranted. Those who have bouglit,
-hoes of ie know what my warrant
mlieansii: to satisf'3' the Clistoiler.
DRY GOODS AND SHOESI
15 Pendleton St., Grcenville, S, .
B. A. IMoI(AN, T. C. ROBINSON,
Grenville, S. U. Pickens, S. U
MORUAr & ROBINSON,
Attorneys at Law,
[ickens, S. C.
If Jratet in 11 Conrts. mehi28i.
JULUS E. noaas. T.1. 'MAUL>IN
BOGGS & MAULDIN,
feh2Sui) Pickens, S. C.
H. lill~ll KllKSEY,
i) Physician and Surgeon,
1 live at his residence Mlain Street.
I.1. J.W. NORVOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W.% 31. N(nwoo, Assistant. Ollce,
M1fain TStreet, Greenville, S. C.
Jan. '1)2 y
R). J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist, Gr on
ville, 6. C. Ollieu over Addison&
McGee's l)rng Storc.
AM CL2A R K. G1E0. E(10 0111p11
(lak k & pel',
TON.ESTONES, of every description
Ahx. M.NT :.s, sT:' ATUARY, VASE'S
1:(I Wronght Iron FENCINGi, Gr1i-eenville,
0. (-Sept. 19. '9.
nF w'i n~il thle line(st. P'ICTiUlES madio
ni the State. gyo
ii 1 ;(I A venne G ieenville, S. (e
April 7 y
Sa ve no in' it ll 1
-'- Thy Iel> eon-nnti Iy on hand all thie
1104 DAY TO AGENTS,
A iiy one whoi w anits to get ,wih and1 who hmn
a litt l eint erprie enni secure $10 a day it
nowy. inerbody wants ae UZlma nowa*
a year: goodit chance:4 best ish;l Washde
(or counit ry . Onhe millio t11 lo be soli. A
wie-:laak illuilrc eh-Ilar .915 to .%:0 a
ay eaisy : wslins aiml dil inl iwo miiiuts.
C Ilimax IVfg Co.,5n%1 Sti a r A v.,(Cohimbus~i,O
means so much mt
fatal dliseases result from
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature's
==r - - . ,... If younorefeeliin
onit of sorts, wen
andi genierally ex
a, have no appetite
and canII't work,
inig tile mlost reila
mici ne~i which is
Jr OI Brown's. iron BiR
ters. A few hot.
eScomnes from thle
vers 'ry first dlose-t
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood.
Malaria, Ner'.ons alments
G tolyte genuine--It has crossed red
iliesondthe wrapp~ler. All others are sub
stItuates. Oni recei 't of t wo 2C. shom ,s we
will senid set of .on Beautiful Worid's
Pai Vlews and book-free.
R~OWN CH#Ml"Au CO. BALI-rnnEI aan