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elaiied to be from the giand o
pirolibition county of Alarlbol
T1 his gavo octcasioni for Col. 'TilIliill
sniake joke an11d also his coon joke.
Col. Tillmntii then referred to A]
Wikler, who, he said, was one I
tlie iost, artful dodgers he ever sa
filense had been as consistent as I
ucoild, but, lie had one object-ion 1
Illease. ilen his regimieiit. was mu1
lered out, tle privates had given Ili
a mnedil and BleLse! l)rCSelItti it,, sa,
ing that. th lety hoped to see himi elini
the ladder of fite, but Ulease is tr,
ing to- iIs limi OfT the ldtler ano
lie t hen briefly out lined his pla t fori
lit was NIJIIIqAly for the dispeinsar,
Templlerce is a nioral ulestion, i
I politicil oie. It. shiould be taugl
-it hiome. le was a tiod-fearinig ma11
:i( a iiin beri ' of the citui'hm, bt
didn't. wan.t his chiurichl dlraggerd int
poitits. in everiy Stae tprhibititI
has been a failure. Time Nas calle
on iiiii. Ill ieply to a qtiuestion, I.
didn't. fiatw pulling dowin any itat
Senator inox lAviligstoni said I
ha1d heiard Col. Tiilinan's speeell ft
the lilet tt'lIt ilnt' aind his joke hI
beeln boiiowed froii a conigressimla
inl thle Sixthi st rit
ii tli, ill i tan-tile cogesil
b1oirrowed it fioin lilt',
I.ivingstoni-No, sir; I heard lil
tell it, two yeat' ag and he saiti y
borrowed it from himin.
lie did liot wisil to be the fiill
inanl of tlit' ali pa igil, blit statel 11
tlakilS fo' lilt' iglh and diti inguishit
. Illite, ItOIlI 1-76 11t' hajtt ld li o
I0 tipho11kl ifte 114 tl of DCeinOerae1
lntt oIlV ill tilte davs wilell it taugl
'veryV brte' but uiiteni lere wel
sIorIlls and ligit11ng. HIis peop
iad atIalltli nIi to Iis lk esent p
sitioli. and lnot olllv his own coull
lullt Ilose ilolnd it iad greett'd hi
with loud aclaimi. lie lid holi
"llice- senat'tor fr'om Marlboro- -t
le titln't ask the people It, jump1 li
1rm It'he sition of privlte to It
presiing Itliee of t e't Se'11U Imt. I
ased fi their l sutyage oil hi mi
lit' ),li devoted a good deal of
teitioll to the publie road.
w'anlted coliviets usetl oil tile Iubh
Ioads and had iltrtdued a btill
tliat line inl tile senate.
lit' had stoodt for rIohiibitioll \11
-i ublic senimt wouldI%\ i11 1 111 austain
f the rt'presentat ivt.s from .n1 XI C0
IN. wishied to bie exelliptedi fo'ulu I
tusi PenI sAryI,' v. lie wNtould e.aLlst. hik it
itr proii bition. lpplai ).
L Tillmni--Didn't N ou I te I
t1e Appelt bill. LI loc'al oplitin bill'.
I.iingl''t onI-Vt'"; it gai' t' e t. e tprol
lli., rteordi n edtiLonl ts telL
and t lht' htl t'r oted to advani
the inte'rsts of the stlottls. I
mal-de no" promjiises, but. wanltedtl (
-tlice on h1is qualitientions.
I 'le i 1 lease wa1s thle nlext
lilt' itit f Ie lieLll Lt-'. ot'itl '
lai qvdei a gthod melit"tel '1it11d i''i
it'aellel' ill every*N e.tilllll iit slli Iv n il
Iibtral u it ixrI I t i ft I' all I I1l1111
o i liei oli iies. " i (Lii.
fil'. w ilet 111t ll's 1iv 11it-iiLI ti l ed
4'.1te lii lint ro t e ' e iii
liLi l fl's e lit yl i tIe l'gingi f it', il
i' oteids follt wliell th t'n d'y l'it'
lie allie l as Ioe . rib li t e<lii
. ildre.. wh, klave* hetltrelslittale I
erla t uti se t'ii tal fta'110111
Ine avored thi-elu il Isesitnstr
ha ill ittitteih'n uiiiti l(tr1ii L1,l1
pise coit.ttse hiatsin T'rvt'ti
t'on iity IowS.X yt'lilil til' it'g;
li'rstood11 uit't lid t hlits, L
Thereeisc n maun idi Sout ('r
liniahe honors more tan :01)y
ranthey gld have tern est. on'
e epie theitt.h sirsiohiitinisi
nat'ed the peopentiry law.n iT'te
1rthe oted oihet''tS dispnay iThe
b-aerohad said of thes hose. ta
the prhiitionist t'oflivoll~tlfo tx
A's: it t piili nd prhiitiol
you can'takenthe t' tibl and lilt
anhingt elee tol' ai joke' t iillt
Litothe nt ime t l was1 caltl n'i
Cnt-goverorI' wla nexst. lit'v
making tohe rac~t Onl Ahist recor i
VihadI sa i ot eunkaing oi'ti In
hisl copeltitors. 1111e hadt servedtt
tem'peranle ofasre, nif At hg
peopule awoule'vd rall oi it supttt
they wouled h v igt..he est, luor
ne fof the best soldieis theii in
setethe ple arelol tkin inedi
iiionlanid hCe haddie ll ge couhl
it4)is ciue. le had atse stood
for cteII oli Conftieerte ilierl
this wst'ondeiofghe ot. p li eo
Het' had hadn consderabtle exlt
tempratfril over t.he hiose (litS
andiI IoLh cos t tilttione. onet
ailasa tha of eatheiny a tict.
Cant. 'Jnoi. T. t-loan wcoas y, he
Ihopied tol betfirs' on Augu rst. uh
itas let Piedoter haviopl en.
i Pedeton, ando wany glailcero
toh pole of Geenille;Atsix
yea~~re he. ntedelthedCtnfedo
Carmyinan clerved u theughwo ofs
blI oineestamp in. lieitherc
illma ncor anyie eweould peu
tifiemantad goe swtheughtwha
sndured hue miht havry ilteif re
tin evef acodgert.Nonewu
eaker (. He isa fromlithe, Pie
and elievead he. would goe,
vo'hi'ere.~u Ivee bodthe expernt.
~fothe posriione haingben I
eleIe>o h hue rm ih
. been obliged to leave, and Cha1-iman
Austin read ia, letter he had left..
Tihe :next speaker was .i. 11. .en
- nlings, of Fairfleid, candidat e for'
d Stato treasurer. lie camne before the
0. people oil the riteominendationl of
S the people of ils county, one wlic
hus not. lad a State oflleer iln miny
r' years. lie sj)oke of his war record
f an1d referred to several (r'eevilille
V. coitrades. lie commuented on Dr.
0e T-inierman.1's letter.
0 Capt.. .1. A. Mooney, candidate for
S olicitor, was initroduced. lie said
n that. it. made no difference who was
V- elected or what the laws were, so
b t.he St tte's tttorniey's ollice wats well
i*- filled. lie spoke for. only a few min
V. ites, antd inl closing iit'roduced in
. gloing teris his opponeint, Mr.
v. .1ilius J.. Bioggs.
>t A'r. loggs threw a. few botsiit x
It sit. tle crowd and Capt. Mooney. lie
itsaid lie was glad that, so uimany good
i people hld come fronl Piekens to
0 (;reeniville; he needed thei inl his
d tie spoke of tle eou rage, rectitude
* and indilerence to cavil necessary
* for tle inentibeint. of this olie.
The speaking closed short ly be
* fore 6 o'clock. Mr. .1. T. .Johnson,
>r candidate for' vonigress. had to leave
d tihe grounds. and neithelr he nor11' Wil
son wis Called.
Probably :.'00 peple siayed it) Ile
WU TING FANG.
The Wily DIlploimat Who Repreeints
China at Washington.
d Tihe Washington correspondent of
d the Boston Transcript sends the follow.
*, Ing to that paper coveorning the Cht
it nese minister Wu Ting l.ang :
-e The Chinese troubles have brought
Ic into special prominence not only here,
0- but to a lesser extent throughout thL
y civilized world, Mr. Wu Ting -ang,
im the Chinese minister at 'his capital.
in He is recognized as one of the most re
t markable men that China has ever
ilu produced. Not only is he unlike for
te imer Chinese ministers here, but he is
Ie not at all typicil of the ministers now
r- representing China at the -'uropean
and other capitals. So famous has he
it- become that the suggestion has been
le made in one of the newspapers that the
lie present dynasty should bei overthrown
on by the poweri and Wu Ting Fang es
tablise I as ruler, with the police sup
en' port of the western nations. WhilI
it. this scheme is obviously chImerical.
n- there is soiething in tle conditions of
lie Mr. Wu's appointment and his record
>te here to make him a man whose career
may well be watched.
' He reprLsents not the China of tradi
tion, but the aggressive commercial
Ie elements, English and American,
iy which are gaining a foothold there.
His appointment was a recognition of
in these interests. le Is one of the most
e cosmopolitan of men. Ile was the first
le Chinese to take a full legal course in
1e England and he admitted as a barr later
there. He could put out his shingle in
It- London tomorrow and practice law
It- v'ith success. His command of the
IdI linglish language is excellent and he
it. is almost as familiar with western in
rt stitutions as any native of the new
-d world. It Is said that Wu owes his ap
1- pointment and promotion, while stand
,r ing for thbe progressive element in
v Chinese atfairs, to the favor of Li Hung
- Chang, who.early discovered Wu's ab
's Ilities and decided to bring him to the
front. Wu is a genuine Chinese and
e not a Manchu, whien makes his rise in
politics all the more notable. He has
( no long line of man.larin ancestors, but
-what was better, a ChInese family of
*e sullicient means and Intelligence to
- send him to l'~urope for an eduoationm.
How successful Minister Wu would
Sbe as the trustee of western civiliza
t, tion In the management of China could
r- not be foretold. it Is feared that hIs
western education antd associations
.s would make him persona non gracta to
y the stolid Chinese element, bitt that
t this element, wvii have much to say In
r~ the reorganization of Chinese alfairs
e may be an open question. The next,
'i dilliculty to come would be the rivalry
d between the Slav and the Saxon. It is
e unlikely that LRussia would look with
favor upon any man w homn the two
n, great i'snglixsh-spaking peoples ex
ve pressed a willingness to support in this
le cap~acity. iFor Minister Wu every body
im in Washington has the kindiest of
feelings, lie is genial and approach
mi able at all times and talks freely and
na- intelligently upon the great, public
as qluestions. At the same time he ap
ndc pears to love his land, and to he keenly
of alive to Its greatest needs.
his . - +
da- The otlicer, when asked about, the
matter, said it always cost that, amount
s a for a tight in town, but the combatants
10od could go to court if they wanted and
'ort they might get back their money, but
law they had only one rule. Mr. Patterson
and Mr. Gary left the stand soon after
I eir- the spteechi of Mir. Gary. It so happen
tea- od that they were guests at the same
f or house, bat one of them has changed
til lisa stoppJ~ing placo.
"half so sweet in life as
hlove's young dream."
ion It was ruitimt to be iso whien woiuan was
.'ordaineid tman's help.
le' mean that love's dIreami
lIe abould have so sad an
'(irn.j awak ing. It is due
ict' chiefly to igitorance
een ': that y'oung wvomnen are
ate s8o ruidel1y a wa k en ed
t he , . froan the dIreami of love.
Co. They~ eater on the mar
it a r. ied state without phlys
('ol. e'. al or miental prep)ara
he i~tion. They arc entirely
uta- unaijware' of the great
d o physiolo~gical clhi nt g e
ite . suctggesited by the one
0(1( E~very youn~g wotinan should he preparedl
nee for that change. Therei~ should be no
irst neglect of irregularities. The perfect
nhealth of the pesculiarly wvomnanly organia
uen-- should be ~ tdily whoe
teredl in mtariiage unpri~epared,.
ion and pacssed fromt irregumlar
the ities to debilitatinmg drainsi
ey inflatmmation, uleera
iC~tion and feimle weak
itlness, have been~i alto
gethier atnd ab~soltutely
the cur'ed .by the use of .
1D.Perce's Pav irite
an.Prescription. Thi great
mthmcite is ntot acume-aU,- .
ind biut a specific for tltgc.
,ithi chromec diseases peculiar
to woneni. It dloes onie
mI thitng perfectly; it imakes
beweak womeit stronig and
i sick woment well. --
fa "For two years I thad beeun
OP. a siufrerer fron chronic diseases at,' irn'
weakness." writes Mrs. Aten A. Bohuren, of..
eg Rodinana Street. Philadelphia,. Pa. ' I ha-l two
.i doctors, who onily relieved rne f'or a tintv. My
n-niece advised mue to take Dr. Pierce's F'avorite
of Prescription. I didi aind have been high'y bent
eflted. I ant now a strong womuat, and cain rec
1(Onetid Dr. Pierce's medaicines to all aimilarly
She Snubbed a Lord.
The New York "swagger" set received
a breezy sensation r'eently when one of
the choicest yoiing heiresses o:kthe Aventue
martried an Atnerican, who earns his own
living ; while on the same date'went sail
ng homeward a distinguished little prince.
liu whose yard -long title i tiltio said
had been placed entirely at her disposal.
Bless mte" exclaimed her self-tnade fathey
"THRY PriT it-R UNMRCIFULY.10
facetiously. If this sort of thing keeps on
We'll all he A tuericatized
There is sintething about the air of this
country which inlelines our women to act
indepetidently. A girl maY try to wrap tip
her wontanly instinets beneath a cloak of
fashiottable vanity, hut the little love gods
find omit the weak spots itn her artnor and
pelt her utneicifully. If she is a true
Ameticatt the chaices are after all that
nitte timnes ilt tenl she will marry the man
she cates for. The vast tiitajotity of otr
young wotneti seek lit gieater blessing
than to be well-loved wives of strong
heatted trit ; and tothers of healthy,
Th l tiattit-al lIitletis of wifeltood and
tuiothelhomd have heet atumuitgly lightened
inl the last tliitv vears. AtIvatteed scietce
has t'on tal .1 w-yv to oveteolie the physical
weaktiess of woluttt atll tiak e theitit strolg
atnd capable of pertt mitg their wifely and
TIt- Moti0tN wOiN AN'S OP'OR rt'NtTY.
At the pItetit <1ty ltheit' is ito titedl for
any w.tuttil u tll, cotuit v to be weighed
down .mita vhIutetie with physical
,wv-akitvess etisei A watitati sNifferilIg
fioti iany ,elieuttc .iliiettt lecenliar to her
sexN. l tite% what the citcitinstances ntay
be, ti.ty oht tin tit etitittMt ptofessional
advice aind atmiitnce its a <Itteen colid
hrdil y cottimant a generation ago. She
can have .ill th e alvaititagcs of that splendid
A neiiti Itistitutioti. the World's I)ispen.
sary Medical Associatioi of Btiffalo, N. Y.
with its staff of nearly tweitty etiinent
specialists ill the ditferent branches of
niedical practice. At their head as chief
conisuItitig IhtysiCiatl is D~r. R. V. Pierce,
otte of the iost widely experieticed phv.
sicians livitg. Atuv wotnan coistultitig htiti
by aiil atd giviig a careftil statetetit of
her case will receive souid professional
advice attd stuggestion for hoine-treattuent
free of charge,
It is itipossible to estitnate the ititense
atnioutit of sutferitig that weak and ailiig
wonieti have beeti sived iv 1)r. l'ieree's
suggestiotns for homtte-tacattilettt atad tile
use of hi is matclless prescriptions. 1 is
" Favorite l'resetiptio "1 hias done iaore to
pronote the heia-itlt aitd stretigth of woten
of our land tlint all other temedies coau.
bitned. It is recognttitedm throiugholit the
world as the one greatest sippottive tonic
atad special stretigtltener that has ever been
devised l'or wotiten.
It gives healitg atd power and u
ane to tle delicate special orga.sm of
wotametl; ittparts ttattttal vitality'. 1;2 r
to their entiit' eiv e str tctt v '.
abnortal atld ittegitta conit : :i . .ps
ti tiatnmal diaits; eteates healthfu'. c.I;Nacity
It pirepiares wotticta for nothterhtood, car
ties thtetm safelv atad coitt ttrtablyv tht-omtgh
thte ordeal; takes away tall its datngers atnd
tearlyv all its paitt: prltttotes abtatdamit, titt
tat al niout-ishtume ti t for the chiihl atil, tlintough
the favorable iiltience ttlpon the tothier,
icreases the little one's natut al attength
Mfrs. ntetsey'AM. Wltite, of Storicycreek. Warren
Co., N. V., ist a letteri to D r. tierre sitv-: " ottr
*h14tvorite P'rescri lhit ' lits Ilotte woiters irt Ourf
htottse. Alv sot's weite tintu breet l'otr years a great
artilerer ;all brokeit <dowit anmi very weak itncd
ne vot. Site was trottubed wvitit all the paitts
ad acheis one so sletnder cttut entiore. She
took evetytitag shte heard of, hotpittg to get
htelp. butt ini v-nin ; so site tricl D)r. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription ata it ttidl woniders for
her. Thet s-to,- co-tIl she couald taot live to have
antotheC child ats site etnie tw-ar tdyinig so ntty
tittecs. Th is spri tig site itatl itniec boy weigh.
itng enlevett tluntttths; shte got throtighi before wve
cottuh get tlty otte-I there. i wats :fraid site'wvould
not bive. We* uricut tor joy whtetn wp asaw htow
nicely site got atotur May God bless you fo:
the gtood You htave done."
- ---. --
Nearly all Chaineae Namnes Have a
The mfystetrius nameso appearing it
the Chinose dispatches become famil
jar enough wheti translated, thus
Tung means cast, ei, west;i nan, south
poi1, north ;whIle tsin, kin, or king
stands for cespital or metropolis, as Il
I'eking (northern capital) and Nanki:
(i'outhern capital.) T ion means heaver
so Tleon-Tsint sign i ies heavenly mnetrop:
'ills. Lit or kitang moans river, so Pie
hit is northa river :Si kiang, west river
Che ameans seven, so Che-kiang is aov
en rivers. Shana is mountainI, anm
Shian-tung, cast mnountaian, and Shana
si, wYest tmounrtian. I 'ai is witLe, an<
1 ai-shan, whIte mut-utain. ilai is sea
and kwan stands for galte, so 11iai-k wat
(the marliime customs) is gate of Lthi
aa, and Shan-hmal-k wan, mnountai n ant
sea gate. Shang Is a city, aind Shang
hal, city by tile sca. iltaing Is yollowu
Hloangw-H~o, Yullow itiver, and Lioang
Hal, Y'oiiow Sea.
\ ang means ocean, anid Tso, 80on
hoence the V ang-tse Rtivetr Is son of th
oceatn, anid Tiena-tao. son of heaven ( thu
Elmpetro~r.) h'ui or ko0w is a mouth o
pass, antd Ta, big or great, so Ta-ki
means big motuth (-tf PeIl-Ho ) whil
Nan-kow stainds fotr sotth pass (fron
Mongolit ) lu ist a lako ; ing a hill
hatiang, a village ;hacn, a tax dis
trict. i'u is a profecture ; tal, a Gov
ornor ; tao, a circuit or group) of aid
milnir,trat,ivo dlopartiaments 80s tato-tai 1
a GoveVrnor0~ of a circuit, and ftu-tai is a
Glovornor of a prefecture. Chao or kiac
lb a bridge ; li, a Chianeso mnlob pa
eight,, anid thus Il'a-li-k lao is the ought
amile bridge. Cho or Chow is a dopo
or stopping place ; hence Tung-chow
eatstern (depot of Pe~king.) Shon ie a
provinco, atnd Suien-si is the westerr
Y \amxen is a police stationa or oflicial
residence, aind i, a secret society ot
club. T's'ing meatns pure or clear, st
Trs'in-kiang is clear rivet-, wh lde Ta
Ta'ing mueans groat, p~urO, (name of
>rebetL dynasty,) atnd K wo being r1
Kingdom or empire, Tat-Ts'ing Kwc
signihoes the empiro of tho.gr~oat, pure
(China.,) Ta Mei-fit is the namet ap
plied by the ChInoso to the United
tlates,aiand means great America.
-At thme present mxoment, in the
whole of the nilllcted regi'ons In British
India, l15 per cent of the enitire poipula
tion are being sulpported biy the g
I-San Francisco is said to soil all
eggs sent there. TIhe fresh .ones gc
Ireadily. The partly stale are Laken b~
confectioners. 'Phe-Oh inese take t he
Twelve Ilundrel ltt')eported Killed in
- Battle Willi h lai nese.
WASINGTON, August 0.-Interest
,in the ()hinese situation was ijmanifist
ed this morning by the receipt of two
dispatches from the naval oliers at
Chee Foo repeating unollielal, but ap
pairntly reliable, roports of active and
extesisive hostilities between the allied
forces and the Chineso on the road be
tween Tien Tein and 'okin. The dis
patches indicate unmistakaby that the
relief column has started in earnest,
and that it Is meeting with great oil
position. Although neither of the na
val dispatched mention the presence of
American troops in the reported on
Ragement it is generally assuimed with
tbe war departinent that at least a part
of General Chawlie's sinall army was
on hand and tooK an active part In the
The di patches are lbs follows:
'I E F00, Cl INA, August fl.
Navigation Dipartiment, .Washington.
British oflicer reports, unotlicial, on
gagement at l'eitsing Saturday inorn
ing, three to one. Allies lost killed
and wounded, 1.200, chielly site-lans
and Japanese. Chinese retreating.
The second iissavo is as follows :
Ciii,: Foo, August (.
Bureau Navigation, Washington :
Olilcial report, bilieved relialbio.
About 16,000 allies heavily engage
Chinese at I'iotsitng, dayllrbt of the
5th. - I.-:5 N-:Y.
l'ietsang is the first railroad station,
six mites northwest of 'Tien ADin, en
route to Pekin.
The authority who signed the first
dispatch is in ci'arge of troo)S at, Che
iPoo. The war deparient, says that
there is no reason to doubt that an en
gagemnent has taken place. While no
ollicial infornation has been recei ved,
it is said that an engagenent, was i-ot
. According to the Information in the
possession of the war department, tue
town of icitsang is at thu head of tide
water on the I'l Lo, between 1I and
12 iniles bv road from [ion ['sin. it is
a village of iuud houses of con-iderable 1
size, but not, walled. The river at this
point is not navigable Dy anything
larger than a good-si. -d steam einch,
and it is thought that the troops had l
reacLed there in stuall boats and naval
launches. The country all along the
riner between 'ekin and 'Tien Tsin is
a low alluvial plain, aliost impassable
for wheeled veh iclle in tWhe wet, sason,
and under quite a high state of cultiva
tion. It uresents no natural defensive
features, and the war department
Irnows no strategic reason why the
Chinese should have Made a stand
there rather than at any of the other
dizen -illages east of the walled town
of Yung Cho.v, where is stored an im.
mlense aimou itt of provisions. on which
the city of 'ekin would have to ole
pend in case of siege.
From Le fact inat the eugagemuent
lasted sev,.n and a half hours, it, is b
i k ved in the department, that, either
the Chinese must have b.en heavily
entrencned or that there was an im- -
men:.e horde of t'emi tostubbornly con
test the al'ance of 16,000 troops. I ,i .
tieured by military ex'perts that, a loss du
of 1.2,1 illeti and wounded on the vart *
of tne allies probably ineans a loss of Sit
from three to six times as many by the "
Chinese. It is possihe that a blow of
tni:. magnitude may oreak the resist
tance of the Chineso to the advance of
the foreign c--lutun, but on thje other
hand, it is -t oss ble that there may be
a large Itumb .r of )laces on thbe road ce
that hav, b on intrenched with a view at
of fallin g ba -K..and con testing the for- I)
eign advai cc so as to delay as long as
pos-iile the arrival of the foreigners
at P'ek in. Unless the opposit-ion sud
denly breaks down the experts look
for a despetrabte enlgagemetl w hen the
troops reach thbe wailed city of Trung
Chow, which is said to be even more
favorably located for purposes of de- a
fense than w as .Lien Tsl n.
The position of the United Stan,
dipilomatIcally, remains unchanged.
I'his government will not consen', to
the remnoval of the ministers and for -
eigners fr-om P'ekin until thbere Is free
communication by the powers with
their ministers. Nar will this govern
ment eonsent, t~o commuitnicate in platin s"
ianguage alone, but insists that, ipher a
messages mnust pass freely between
Minister Conger and our State depart
it is emphatically stated that unless
such messages are exchanged the 0
United States cannot knew beyond 10
qiuestion that the messages were not
irarbied and both the government and
the ministers misled.
It is said that if all the International
forces in the vicinity of Taku can be
.landed and supplies brought up. there
is a sutilotont force to overcomne any
army which the Chinese may bring
forward to prevent the march on i'e
kin, it is also belieyed' at the war de
partment that the In formation recei ved
through the navy department of a
battle is correct.
THE SICK ARE
tndle1 Weak airs Ientoreod to Fuli Vigop
. and Strength sat. thie Hlands of thie Great
est ilealer o~f Modern Tinies.
Atre Yoblo'>2'srtiodito tstitcntin".t?
Siok? i)uritieS? Arovou nervous? Do you a'et
sap and ntvty of mind and bodiy? Are
you eaily tired? linvo you
losst ambition? Is there any
-unnatural draini upon the
system? is every organ per
- rin illr o r : w
Man or Woeman ?
-.If not1, y011 houid not (d0.
Is- ' one dusy beforo you1 cou.
-) a peni t. o ne t
open book ands who undier
standtli e'very iphaisefwok
wh lom the propeir treatmetrit
th adngofacolumn of f uo sa implioe o
The Ltadlngiiading -
tintof ailt oilher 5peeliIi~C~j'iss5 listaa r iso l
~asrts of disensed coniditionishliubi' n igthorluenurvel'of a
tho medienl profession andh the peoploi gensernaily. Iils
famse has sprendi Into ev'ery* town uand every hamalet
Those anicee witllilmannerofdisesesbneso'uugli (d
hsis services in order thaut tihey maighst be meunie whoia,
by the adinisuteritsiu of his wonde'r ful systeuit of treat. 5
umont. wrecks of thumianity hnusie come to him, for u
consusltastion andi lnrlicinoes, who~s a few mionths. later
have retsuned to hisn in sost vigorous heatlh to give a
hims their ihnnks. l
All Diseases 1)r. linthiawayv treate sall discusses,
Oured. those tsecuhar, to muen andiu th~ose a
(Ontarrh ithesmtatsur. i insey C 'i iluiala
andiall 'lorsinaof lingeringnnli chsronle'isordelsrs. ' n
Varleooaoq and triin a in th a
Strictune. striceturs wlitt'thonidf of Iloi/s. lb
pntl' at is trented biy lit : eiso t is oils isr h 5'
withqui pain or os~s oft timio frr ui m .h i
lion of sufferers !rm- Vtrieocet nau' Siris lire to)
pagds 27,25,29,:0 and 31 of- blia ne w 9,ook ahlI~h wtil be
Every Oas9 " sctgrco ints~ or uii~w
Spooially is 1 ta'lii treasteccorings to ita
Treated. ar .vjetn iersE nerau t di
himi ire prait-ed frsin the paubest ndla bsirsus in ol
.tsWtisprr omtories inmdef hsis personaul ive's':isht,
al it l on, sa oecin Rreser ion of isown. 01
-LOW tatifn or -itie". stiern si hiseils n i i
-Fees. mahil,uaiisl whenusa ense lain kenthe 4)n) low
foia srvcoeraas ot fmdieu~ profes.
- d. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M, D- ci
1). isnt hsaway & Co
M2iS tiOndi streets ~~ ITlana. 'a
Look at your tongue.
Is it coated?
Then you have a had
taste in your mouth every
morning. Your appetite
is poor, and food dis
tresses you. You have
frequent headaches and
are often dizzy. Your
stomach Is weak and
your bowels are always
There's an old and re
Don't take a cathartic
dose and then stop. Bet
ter take a laxative dose
each night, just enough to
cause one good free move
ment the day following.
You feel better the
very next day. Your
appetite returns, your
dyspepsia is cured, your
headaches pass away,
your tongue clears up,
your liver acts well, and
your bowels no longer
give you trouble.
Price, 25 cents. All druggists.
"1 have taken Ayer-s 1ills for 36
years. and I consiber them the best
inatde. ()net pill does mo moro good
I hai half :t box of any other kind I
havo ever tried."
Mrs N. E. TA.noT.
blarch 30. I199i Ariington. Kans.
N13 1 i U \iIis Thn Evar
Flis is what we will give this week if
ii are hunting bargains this is the place
find them. You have the mnoniey, we
Ve tle goods; come and we are bound
trade. If vou can do better elsewhere
tol trade' here, hit 1wa you cn't yotu
tier waste no more time but, make
'aight for U. .. It. I ent!s Spot Cash i 8tore
iere bargains aibouid .
)imities and Organdies.
Onil a few left, the are giong fast at the
t pri Ces, lookbi in our big froln wiidow
i SeO the dispilay of Organdies andi
imlities ait bcut prices, ecebi iece marked.
ho)es, Underwear and H osiery.
I .,bk in outr shoe win1dw and seet5C thle
spblay of Shoes. I tide rwear andi Ii osierv.
ices marked--look anbd youbb are suret Io
men in andt hiu i.
Our 7c Counifter Still
A Big Attraction.
We wcill add httan moire neCw til th~ ilis
~ek. Every'thuing pubt onl this coute br is
Stilt a few tleft andc gointg at a ribdieb
usly ihbw pbrice.
Specials T1his Week
Ounr 15c Turk ishi Tlowels for 9lc.
Oumr -10cr tamask 'Towets, 1 Xrb I, for 25cb.
Ouiir forty i nch t'tahi in miss at l5c
Oveni new patterns.
Our spbeciali prices on sever-al tnutmibers il
ti bi b s.
Our New I repobisa nd't~- Homiespon is foi
Outr wbty ivsevenll ib Hlabck 'Taltfea SilIt
I $1 til, worth $1 2.
A 11d huniidreds ofl other gbbbdst at har-gail
M"-A ,ittle Hete r Thanb The lest,5
EWis why we sell Ihem."bi1
Th'le A merican Lady Corset, all siyies.
Our Irish lDimities at, t8e.
Biion I". lleynoldcs tainbe Shones for ment.
ilen tz Shones for tadiles antl ld ibe.
ltIterick IPat terns.
R. L R. Bentz,
(Unsh Dry Goods and~c Shoes.
.(Corner etntance, 201 Main St.
~Agent for tuitterick Pat tents.3
btempit onl the ilI of tho Shah of Pecr
a, Musafer-la l ln, was made Thurs
sy morning in P aris, but luckily it re
ilted in no harm to his majesty. A
an broko throutgh a tine of policemen
the Shah was teiving his apartments,
rid trIed to mount the royal carriage
,ep). ieo was8 seized( and placed under
rest. Trhe identity of the man could
a bo learned, but ho appears to be
bout 26 years of ago and is evidently
ri Italian. The Shah had shortly be
ire the attoimpt:recoived a itter toll
ig him he0 was to 110 assassinated. The
ould be assassip said :6" This is an
Tair betwooc mo and mny conscience.'
-We cannot remember a day to
irk as to have hindered the approach
comiing day, nor a storm so furious
dreadfuu as to prevent the return of
arm sunshine and a cloudless sky.
-Two hundred fishing vessels are
hught in the Ico off the Labrador
tastb and it is feared seome of them
ill be lost
Co te R s of
We invite you tc
and boys wei
Our line of M(
OUr Boys' Kim
Men's Pants fr<
A complete Jinl(
felt aitad str
The best $3.50
E'ver1y .;hing inl
line of unla1
known to tl
WAe will take p
SMITH & ]
-When Admiral )ewey was ordert d
to the Oriental squadron, ho was indir
nant and wrathful. It looked to him
liko banishment from active service.
Yet that which he deemed his virtual
obscurity proved his greatest glory
and ouportuulty. Mr. ltockhill, thougbh
a )emocrat, so-called, was much dis
appointed in not being assigned to
china diplomatically, by the McKinley
administration, in 1896, as minister at
Peking, and M r. Conger was sent there
in his stead. Now Conger is either
bes'egcd or massacred, while lRockhill,
saved by the unseen, but unerring Hand
of Destiny from his fate, has been
preserved, and, as the one man in
America bost fitted to grapple with
the gigantle problems hinging on
Conger's mysterious doom, comes to
the front at a bound as one of the most
Important men of the times.
-General rain has fallen over nearly
all India during the past few days, and
the prospects of the crops have in
proved Immensely. The famine areas
have generally been benefited.
OUl GREATICST SPICUIALIST.
For 20 years Dr. J. Newton Hathaway
has so succesfuilly treated chronic diseas
es that he is acknowledged today to stand
at the head of his profession in this line.
H is exclusive method of treatment for
Varicocele and Stricture, without the aid
of knife or citutery cures in W0 per cent. of
all cases. In the treatment of the loss of
Vital Forces. Nervous Disorders, Kidney
and Urinary Complaints, Paralysis, Bloodl
Poisoning, Rheumatism, Caiarrh, and dis
cases peculiar to women, lie is equally
successful. Dr. Hathaway's practice is
more than double that of any other spec
lalist. Cases pronounced helpless by other
physicians readily yield to his treatment.
Write him today fully about your case.
He makes no charge for consultation or
advice, either at his oftlee or by mail,
J. Newton Hathaway M. D., 2 South
Broad s'reet. Atlanta. da.
Af #. s VEsTBURLt
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
lietween New York, Tampa, Atlanta,
Ne w Orleam,, ami Poin is Son ih
I N 1I'I''4''1' JUNE .'h, 1900.
5OUTH1 BOUN D.
N o. 403. No.1
lav'New Yoirk, P. it. R. . . I1 n0pm 12 15amn
Iv P hiladaelphia, " . . 3 9pmti 7 2,'am
Lv Hitimore, ' . . 5 51pm 9 341 m
L~v Ne~w York, N.Y.P.& N. 8 0m9 -p
lIv New York, () D.5. .t').1 3 0i0pm . .
L~v Baltimore, B 8 P Co ..........9 :6 3pm
hy Washi'ton, N & W 8 II . . . 6 30pm~
.v W ashington, P'. 1, 11.. . 7 010pm 10 Sfaml
ILv itichmond, S.A. L,...10 10pm 2 :,pm
1.vPe erslamrg " ... . 1t 35pm~ : 30pm
l,vIPortsmnouthi 8. A . I,. . .*9 20pm*i Snaim
Iav Itidgeway J1 imn(tion.. 2 2nain 1 20pm
Ar Henderson............253am *2 13pm
Ar IRaleigh .............. 4 (0am 5 51pm
Argo Pines..............5 37am 6 12pm
A riH am let .........6 50am 7 30pmr
I,v~olumblia . . . .10 35amn 12 5iam
A rSavanah............... 26pm 5 00lam
A r.aoksnvillo ... .. ... .. i 40pm 9 l10am
A rTaamim ..--..... ..... O ana 5 30ipn
Lav Wilmington, . A. l . ...35pm
A r~harlotte S. A. L,. *9 31am*10 20pm
XAr~iIester BAl..... .. .. . 952am %~5pm
Arm Clinton, .. ............1 00aim 12 lsam
Ar.Greenwood...........11 42am 10O7am
A r \bbeville ..............ti.7pm 1 07amr
Ar Atlhens............... 1 4pm 3 43amr
Ar A tlanta . ......4 0pm 0 05pm
Ar Augnata, C & W C ..5 103pm..
Ar Macon,, Cof Ga........7 20pmnll 10am
A r Montgoniery, A & W ". 9 20~pmi l 00Itama
A r Mobi le, 1, & 4......-. . . u oaru - 1 .1pm
A r New Orleans, L,& N ..7 40amn S :0pm.
Ar Nashville, N C & St ,.. 6 40am 0 55pm
A r Memisi, "' .. 41 00pm 8 l0am
NOlrH Hot'N Di.
N o. 462. N o. 38
I~v Miemph~lis, N C & S1 1,.. .12 45pm 8 45ami
I .v Nash viilI, " . 9 30a 9 1pm
L~v New Orleans I,7 &-.. 745pm 7 45iim
l.v AlIohi be, " . .12 20.unxI2 2 'am
IAv Monitgomeiry, A & WV I' 11 0am1Il 20lam
I v Maccun, C of U........8 IIUiuiri ,Iln
lxv A uaguta, C & W C..9 40iama ...
Lv Atlantai.A.T.......I~ti Inlp*9 00ipm
A r A thens..............2 511pm 11 23pm
.\r Abbeville............ l 1pmn I 15am
A r Greenwood............ 4 44pm 2 05am
Ar Clinto'i............... 6 30)pm 2 38am
Ar Chester....... ....... ; 28pm 4 30am
1,v harlotte 8 A;,. .. 6 30pm*5 (10am
1,v Wilmington,S8A 1, .. *10p
Ar Hamlet 8 A I2........905pm 9 20am
A r So P'ines 8 A I2...'10 ('0pm*1005arr
Ar Rtaleigh................11 411pm 1150am
Ar Henderson.........2 Sn'aan 1 i3pm
Lv Itidgeway .. unuction . . 30(0am I 40pma
Ar Weldon ............... 4 30am 3051pm
Ar P'ortsmouth, . . . .... 7 00a ( 501pm
ArPetorsbuirg,......... ...4 15amn4 -10pm
Arltichrro id, A. C. L~.S h lam 5 401pm
ArWashingtonvial'enn ilH 8 P'am 9 30pam
Ar Baltimore " 10' lPsam 11 35pm
A rPhiladelphxia ". 12 30pmir 2'50am
Ar _wYrx " O3pm 0 13tam
Ar Phiiladelphia, N Y & N15 46pmn - leWarn
Ar New York, " 838pmn 7 43amn
iTWaghx'tEaiN & WVSili.......7 t~ian
Ar,Llaltim(pre, 1i 8 P Co....,...... 'i45amr
Ar New York, 0 0 8 8 (o....tI 301p
ftlaily E'x. bunday..
Dining cars betwceen New. York andc
Itich~mondl, and llamllet andt Savan nab, on
TIrains Nos. 403 andut 4t02.
loth trainis make immediate contnection
at Atlanta for Monxtgomnery, Mobile, New
Orleans, i'exas. California. NM exico, Chatta
ntooga, Nashville, Memphis. Macon, Flor
llor' Tickets, Sleopoers, etc., apply to
(I. McP'. HATr'rK, T. P. A.
Tlryon 8treet, Charlotte, 14. C.
10. ST. JOH N, \'ice-President and General
coine to see us for any tliing that inen
n's Suits run from $4.00 to $25.00.
Pant Suits $1.50 to $0.00.
Iln $1.00 to $7.50.
of Men's and Boys' Isnts in both
Sho made for muen.
Underwear, among which is the best
1inlered white shirts and colored Shirts
Me trade for 50 cents,
leasure in showing you through the
goods in our line in the Piedmont
the prices are all right.
~.NVI LLE, S. C.
'Sohu.ple of Pasmenger' 'eaa.
41 m1at Juno 10. 1000.
qreenvillo, %ingo and tile Eat.
0.1* N .~Ik~ f~i
Naothabound. ally Daily. Daily.
jlnnta, F.T. 780 al0 ii.....1150 p
tlanta, .T 0a 1 ).......1'0
" ainesvlle.. .10,615a 2 p ... .. 1
t . ..... 9 2 al . . ........
" ula. . 10 58 a 245 .
" rn lAa . .. ...... ........
OCCOa ... 115 a 8 8B 1) . 28 a
S2onoca. . 2 p 4 16 pl .... 4 28 a
" lip... '284 p 22 p . 600 a
" artanburg. 887 p) 6 13 p . .... 7 03 a
" ffuey . p 0 p. 7 45 a
" noksak irg . p 72 ....... 802 a
Stonia ..... - )P ..... .. I....... 8 51 A
" arlotto. 1130 p 8 18 p........ 9 0 a
Ar . ronsboro.. 965 p 10 47 p ....... 12 28 p
r1 _J>5o > ...
Ar. Danville - ) 11 5 p ..... 1 88
W 8im6a1 42t) a ..
rain ........ 4 v . p
~~~~)a : ..:: 10
Philaf lphia 0i a........ 2 60 a
Now ork ... .......1 43nm. 623 a
FronStheWant to (4reenvIl.;aI> ant.
No. :5INo. 37 No.13,
Sonthbontid. Daily. D 1ly. D
Uv. N. . F~.. n 1T5-s '
at656 p .......
" 1timre. .1 22 i; 20 p.
650w-- . .... .....
" Washingl qtonl. 11 15 a-10 45 1)
LV. Dauville 48 6 50 a 610 a
IE orfolk. U 8 ~5~h p .. ...
r. Greensboro 6 18 p 5 l5 a .. .
Lv. Greenshoro i 10 p 7 05 a a
Ar. Charlotte .. 9 4 p9 25 l 2a1 t.
Lv.Gastonia... 10 42 p 10 07 aI . p.
31iakshiurg . 11 25 p 0 46 aj 200 p
' 0fe 1#A2 .8 p
" tnb r ..12 '0 1 84 .....
r'eenville... 1 Wt all 0 419
" enen 2 32 a I r6 .
STocco 8 28 t 2 m56
Cornella. . . ..,0
"Lulai. 4 18 a 2 14 2 6 p
Ar.Athen. e i. . . ..p
Gainesville 4 16 it p 1 .
Atlanta, 10.. 6 )10 a: 4 55p10.
Atlanta, U. T. 5 10 a ..8. p 0
Ar. Rome . 40 a 125 p 280ia
"Chattanooga. 9 44 a 8 4t) p 546 a.
Ar. Olncinanti. * du p 7 45 a 680 .
Louisvilb.. 7 184 p 7 40 a 7 110
"Biringha.1 I 35 a 10 00 pi
.4r. Newv Orlean'. 7 4-5 p 8 lit a.
.4r. (oumnbu.G Ca! 80 a 211 p
klaoon 13 80 a 00t p i2i5a.
" runsiiwik.. 9 00 a. . 7 30 a,
e t4k44onlvillo,~Il 00 ~i>$8
*1~Mvi Uity T A TONM.
1.v. fannah .Al
aI .... 1. v .Blacide~. Af .
8C50a 1 55~ a Branchbvill." -
11 a~ 7 0 a Columbia .." 1) 00p e
12 2p 880u a," Newberry.. "980 19u
l950 a . .t.re.,nwood.. " 1
Up1 5a". Hodges,. .." (
I .Jipt 15a Lx v Alih.,vDf~Ar
$p It0J 4 a fav Andornomi~ ArI'
2B4 p 5'22 1' i v...t44.eeLvil..Ar IT
8 07 p 613 p lA r Spartanburg IAv 12 203 a 11 4
7 15p.. ....Ahville...."..... 6a
415a. "...Knaoxville.." .. . .. 1 a
7 80 pC . Ar... Cinemni.j.T.....
"A" a. mn. "P"~ p. m.i "M" noon. "N" night.
Trpina leavea Kingville, dally exoept ana
for Camden 10:15 a. in. and 4:45 p. mi. Return.
ine leave Camdon for Rtingvineo, daily exeept
Sn~day, 8:8. a. mn. anid 2:50 p, m. Also for S31ras
ter daily cexcept Sunday 10:':o a. m. and 4:46
pr.Rtringl~ lenve Sutintr at 1:48 a m
7:0p nmmkig~g counnectlion at Kingvflew
trinos het ween (.ooabia and4( (harleueton.
Trains leavo S9partanbur g via 8. U. 4 C. di
visin daily for (4en.dale..Ione.sville, Unoqnand
Oolumbilia and intermoudiate points at 11z:46a.
mn. Iad 4:15 n.
Trains le'avo Tfoccon, (.a.. f or Iilmelton, GNa.,
dily 1-10 p. m4. except1 .Suniday, 7;0 a. u's.
Returinag leavo Eletndaly 9:00 ip,
e4xcopt Sundaliy, 1:30 p. m.j*, making~ o es
tion at Tooon. with trains between Atlanta,
Gro~onvill o and the IEast.
Uhos~apeake~ Aine Sto.eam in daily service
betw'eeni Norfolkj ud B llnore.
Nos. 117andSS8- ly. WashingtonindlSouth
western Vestibule Limited. Through Pullm a
sleepinig catrs between Now York and New Qr
leans. via. Wa shin~gtoni, A tlnta and Montgoin
ery, andt ailso be1tweenI Ne(w York and Mom~hp
viaWashi",u'*"n At'"t'"""al"igninwham. Al
elegannt Pt 12LiAN Lli.SIA RY1Ji~.
T1IO N UA H4S hot weon A tlanta andNo r
First alass tho,,roughfare coaches betweern
Washingto4n and Atlanta. Leaving Wash.
inghton each Monday, Weodnesday and F'riday a
tourIst sleoping ear will run through between
Washimgton an:d an Francisco wttagut
chng.)ininig cars sorve all omeals en route.
Pulma drawmg-roomn sle pig carl be
twoon Greensbor, and NortQI~ C~ eon
neontioni at Norfolk for OLD POITCOM 1ORT
Aliso at1 A tlanta with Pullman D. R. slee er for
Chant ta.nooga uand Uinovinnati.
Nos. I35 and Uit-United States Fnpt Mail runs
uolid hotween Washington antd New 0 *ae
being composoed of coachos, through w~hu
olang e for pasengers of all classes. P11 laa
drain-rom looping cars betwesen New ork
and Now Orleans,. via A tlantaand Montgomery
and beatween Oharlotto anda Atlanta. Din
ing care servo all me.als on route.
Nos. 11,88l, 14 and l2--Pulhaan sleeping gays
betweeon Rkihondl and Charlot to, via Dan v1l.
southbound Nos. Ii and 831, northbound NOg'
lt4 and 12. Connoot ion at A tlantta with throu lh
Pullman D)rawlin -r1oomu sloepting oar for Jacis
sonvillo; also Pull inan sleeping car for Bruns
Connection miadet at Spartanburg with
through Pullmian s''er for Ashhville, JIsg -
villh and Oin in..o: also ~,o thibia 'for Ma
v'annah. and Jalcksionvull..
FRANK S. 4A NNON. .I. M. CIJ)
Th'lird V-P-. & Genu. Mgr'., TVra.fle c'
Go f'l 1 ass. Ag't , Asa't (en I Ps.- 6 t
~ashington, D. . Atlanta, Ga.
Cures dyspopsia, indlgestlon, and all
stomachl or b)owel tron bles, colic or cholera
imorbus, teothing troulles10 wIth children
kidney troubles, bad blood aind all sorts o
sores, rislings or felons, ruts anid burns. It
is as good anitisoeptic, when locally apolled
as aniy thin g on the market.
'Try it and you will pralse it to others
If your druggist docen't keel) it, wrIte to
Pitts' Antiseptic Invigorator Eo.
--rOMc.eN4 G A.