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gard of Health -3111 I Passed by the
Atlaidta; August 10.-The l.cuse yes.
terday afternoon pRsso by a vote of
116 to 11 one of the tpost Important
measur3 of the sts!ion, providing
for the creation of a state board of
health to consist of seven iembers,
to be oppointed by the governor, four
of whoi shall be physicians. One
membor is to be the secretary at a
salary of $2,000 and his duties are to
be practically those of a state health
This Is a substitute bill prepared
iuldar thie direction of a coimittee of
Georgia pyhysicians 1111(1 piproveal by
Governor Terrell and Attorney Gbn
Mr. Sliton, of Fulton, made a brief
.-peech in lavor of the measure wheu
4 came up yesterdiy, callIng atten
tion to the great poed for such a
1:oard, and the fact thit only three
V t ates in the uiiIon-GeorgIa, Idalic
aind Arizon-are now without state
boards of health.
Dr. liardman, of Jackson, explained
the features of the bill and showed
that It contemplated very littli oxpen.
diture with a great amount of benefit
to tho Etate. )r. Whitley, of Douglas,
autior of the orIginal ieasure pro.
posing a stato board of health,,. lie
wise spoke briifly in its favor. Mr.
Dunbar, of Richmond, and Mr. Hall,
of Bibb, both made short speechos in
behalf of the bill. Mr. Hall stating
that it was, time Georgia was adopt
ing soein legislation on this. line. It
might taot several years to perfect it,
he said, but a start should be made
without further delay.
The nyes and nays were called, and
the ro31t that the bill was passed
by the large majority stated.
The house yesterday passed an ap
proplriation of $6,000 for the Winnie
Davis memorial at the state normal
school at Athens, passed the state
board of health bill, passed the adju
tant general bill and the anti-pistol
bill, anel transmitted all of these meas
ure at once to the senate.
The senate adjourned yesterday un
til MonAdLay at 10 o'clock, having com
pleted the consideration of all business
on the scoretary's 'desk, and after hav.
Ing fixed the convict bill as the sp.
clal order for Monday morning's ses
FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION.1
Death and Destruction Wrought al
Cutting, Near Waycross.
Wayeroes, Ga., August 10.-A terri
ble exiflosion, in which one nian was
killed and soven seriously wounded,
occurren Friday imorning at Cutti-ng,
a small saw glilI town on the Atlantic
Coast Line railroad.
The pop valve on one of the two
large bel!crs of the MInnesota Lum
bcir company's mill became stuck and
the bollor exploded with terriic force,
com'ielely wrocking the mill and blow.
ing andt.her boiler 80 feet from its
The force of the explosion may be
judged, in some measure, by the fact
that a feed house 76 feet long and
standing 300 feet from the boiler -room
was thrown over' andl its contents scat
tered fo-r several hundred feet arounul.
The mill, which is a largo one, with a
capacity of 25,000 feet .per dlay, enm
ploys about 50 men and it was only
duo to the ea'rly hour of the accident
that the dleath list was not greater,
- a in~ a h'alf hour the buIlding would
have been crowdled wi th empiloyes.
WRECK ON COAST LINE.
Freight Cars Piled in a Dltch-.Frei
T'homnasville, G-a., August 10.-A
freight traini on the Coast line, travel,
lng wes-t, was wrecked 8 miles east
of here Friday afternoon. The draw.
head fell out of the engine and the
first car was wrecked by it. causing
ten freight ears to plio up in a ditch.
Th e neogre .b rakemuan, Joseph Lane,
was caught unde-r tho wreck and his
leg broken. No others were injured.
Trho road was blocked for several
hours, passenger traIns transferring
around the wreck.
This is the second wreck in the
samno neighborhood In two days.
Shortage h-as Been Made Good.
New York, August 10.-It Is statt'd
that the shortage of 5200,000 reported
to have been discovered recently in
the accounts of a former official of
Dunlap & Co., wvhich fell almost en.
tirely upon the Dunlap ivate estate,
of which the man was an executor,
has been made goodl.
oeorge Clanton negro prIsoner in
jaIl at Tifton, Ga., attempted suici-de
League of GeorgIa M'1unI~icilties
aeets at Macon next Wed'nesd'ay. It
wvill have~ two (lays' sessions. f
It is thought Cashier Dewey's steal
ing from the Farmers and Merchants'
bank, at New Berne, N. C., will ex.
Returns from the primary election
in Mississippi verify former reports
that Money wvon the senatorship and
Vardaman the governorship.
it is reported in Wall street that the
standard Oil Comnpany has acqutired
control of the Virgi nla-Carolina Cihem.
Seventeen hundred BulgarIans have
been routedI by Trurkish troops. War
seems to be imminent in the Dalkans.
"I haid a very seere sickness
that took off all mny hair- I pur
chased a btcle[o Ayer's Hair
Vigor and it brought all my hair
W. D. Quinn, Marseilles, 111.
One thing is certain,
Ayer's Hailr Vigor mak es
the hair growv. This Is
because it is a hair food.
It feeds the hlair' and the
hair grows, that's all there
is to it. It stops failing
of the hair, too, and al
Ways restores color to
$1.00 a bottle. All drugglsi.
soend us eno,do nr nd we il oxpress
you A ilot tlo. Io snrOoud givO theo namen
2 ~ of your nonrest exuress olicoe. Auldres.s,
J. C.4AY1011CO., Lowell, Mass.
When the liver is tori
blood as a virulent pois<
AND TONIC PBLLETS ar
that gives the liver just
starts Nature's work 1i
The Pill touches
er 25 C
W ae Oak, P
As S. BYERS C(
Will pay SPOT CA!
lar, Ash or Walnut.
man to receive the I
Point. They will p)
market price. Write
you have in the way
A. S. BYERS COMI
Malaria and take. A
Ag uc C v re in malar
HARD TO MAKE IT HOMELIKE
Far be it from me to make light
of any one's sorrow, but when a wo
man still swathed in widow's weeds
sees fit to betake herself and her
garments of mourning to a friv
olous mati nec she-well, respect for
lier grief need not keep ime from
repenting what I heard her say. I
couldn't help hearing her, for she
sat beside me, and after the first act
she talked across ine to a woiman
on my other hajid.
"i was afraid I wouldii't get hero
at all," she said, "and Pimll just tired
out.. I was out at the cemetery all
"Are you puttinig up a monu
mnit ?" asked the wominan addressed.
"Oh, I had that done long ago,"
anisweredl the widow. "I was just
out today looking~ after the plaints
and the ivy. 1'm having an i roni
vase fixed up, and I want it to be
green all winter. It's so hard"
and here she signed-"it's so hard
to make a cemetery look homelike,
you know."--Washingt on Post.
Used It For a Pass.
President Ingalls of the' Big Four
road writes an excrable hand, and
a farumer living near Springfield, 0.,
is gladi of it. One day Mr. Ingalls
was riding over a division of the
road and1 camne wit hin smelling dis
tanice of a pa rt icularly emphatic
hog pen owned by thle farmer. N ext
day lhe wr'ote an autographl lettecr to
the agriculturist, comiplaiin1g of
the hog pen. The farmer co uld niot
read a word of it and showed thle
missive to a Big Four agent. The11
latter could not make anything out
of it either, but said it looked like
the pase sometmies issued bj
Presidenit Inigalls. Thiis was a sug
gestion to the farmier, who declares
that lhe umade several trip~s on the
road, using the illegible scrawl as a
pass, be fore conduct ors discovered
that it was a protest instead.
A royal weddinig is a very expen
uive aitair not only for those who
give it, but for each guest. T1heo
presents necessarily cost the guests
a great deal, for only the richest
and rarest gifts can b~e offered to
royalty. Besides a gift each guest
must leave a sum of money for ev
ery servant and attendant in his
host's house. As there are numer
ous attemndants and each one must
receive a "tip" actrding to his
rank a great de al of money is nec
essary. At the mnawinge of the
Grand D~uke and Duchess of Ilesset
the guests left altogether $9,000 to
bo distributed, besides bestowing
$6,500 worth of gifts among the
servants be fore their depamrtur e.
Dewey's Physical Strength.
Although Adimiral D~ewey is uni
versally known to be hale and
hearty, hardly .any one gives him
credit for p)ossesslIng the great phys
ical strength with which he is gift
ed. One of the Spanish-American
war veterans, wvho had all b)ut lost
thme power of walking, called on him
at his Washington home not long
ago and found the admiral standing
on the front steps. Dewey invited
him ini, but thme disabled mnan looked
dloubtfully at the step)s, ,'seeing
which the admiral reached into the
carriage, picked hmimi ump bodily and
carriedl huim upj the steps and into
the drawing room, whore lie placed
his hurden in the easiest chair at
Coat of the Scrap Heap.
Thie contractor for the New York
rapid transit subway recently stated
that owing to the great (1 evelop
meont in electrical art a generation
of electricity is now only three
year8. This is a startling announee
nment, and sets one to thinking.
WVhat becomes of all the old ma
chinery, and who pays for the new ?~
How long wdil it bo b~efore a com
pany can install a plant and feel
assured that tho machinery wvill not
have to come out withini a year or
two? Does not this. continmal scrap
ping of machinery mean a loss
somewhere ?--.lectrical 11oviow.
?id, bile enters the
)m. Liver ills follow
e the only Treatment
the right touch and
i the right manner.
the liver, the
)., Atlanta, Ga,
31- for Oak, Pop
They wil send a
umber at loading
y you the highest
: them stating what
PA.NY, Atlanta, Ga.
lest, safest, strongest Ma
dicine. Not unpleasant to
splendid tonic for. all living
ial districts. ^rUilI0ts.
ZrIlI14bli* re l d Ibc', sk Drigvwt fof
MlM ENMIgg het .tell Atia
Gold Moauille boxne, sePed Ai.,e b PAi . rbbm.
Take 1ko other. dangt-rosi 4IlI %r4,lNeo'ti.
tailoomsand 1.uaIiatloism. lily o. ynur D~ruggist,
oir scai -9c. lit s1timli Foar 3I. ri li-au?r. 1'Ctill
Easo0IM wlal "ul U41111 or EdI9, lI('C.' ill 14f r
)v reluarn '.1il. 1(1.00)'estlmnoratzzl. lauid by
CHICIIESrERl CHEMICAL CO.
7100 1MR 4 nton S mase, rIL4. 11A,
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTDN,
CHJARLESTON, -. C.
1th Iear hiin 50timbr 2th,
Letters Science. Engineering. One
Scholarrhip to each Cout y of Sout h
Carolina. Entrance examhlinaftions8 held(
at Pickens by County Superintendent of
Education and Probate Judge on July
10. Tuition $40. Board and furnished
room in Dormitory, $10 per umonth. All
candidates for aannssi5111on re permiit ted
to compete for Boyce S'cholarshuips,
which pay $100.a year. For catalogue,
address HARRISON RAN NDOLPIH,
The Oldest D)ry Good
The Original West E
THE TIM!E I
Room for IF
I am not running a "COS'
must nowv go at "'BARGAINS'
8 and ro cent Light cok
Figuiredl Dimity at..
A Good Quali.y of Colo
'% off on Ladies and Mi
34%K pe cent off.
These pcrices are madec to1
will remain as long as goods le
25 and 33%/ per cent.
'W est Enrd.
For Cut Pr ices to sui
GLASS X CRtOC
AFull line of
('annied Goods, I
Used and recoinmnded by aill
Black Kill Shoe Poll
Affps Liqild Shoe ii
I RS. K. L
Varletie, That Have Done well Ina
Amelorican Unrdelnin Temta.
A neighibor wvho laited the New
Queen about April 1, long befo'e we
could get ready, had the happy prlvi
lege of niot only diggitg extra large,
sinooth and Iiiiely thivored new pota
toes weks before we did front our
first phithig, but also hald the broad
snile of satisfaction cons:'Elueit upon
getting for the saile of inany peeks a
price fair iI aivince of what could ))
iprocured two\iweeks after.
Ealrly. Ohlo Is 011 o' the gri-idtst. of
all the extra early potatoes. I like Its
81hiip and color. It i iniliId to bt
iu0rel'r rnid l id111 hi a s4kii the tolot
(if the los0'. It doiir'ot yield as Iiav
ily a; somne others, bit( ats the vine does
not develop such gross follago it ('1111 be
phlritted very ninc1h closer. It givt
her.-4 of a praelntt ly itilfori Siz', i'
lin' in thivor aid is a iesirable variety.
is it cai bw usti long before fully de
vvloped ias well'n1.i hter.
No 'ar 1 an1 I.:hied to hold to 1Iarly
Ohio and New Qeen for extrai e'Irly
and ailso for table and mairkt list%.
The New gueenol beingl such a strongp
grower as" well Ias a granu id yild.r, IL
(1n be growi far apart alud will there
foret not ItuIlire as 0 n 80ch erd a on
others. L'v1rhaps on this aecoinit it Is to
be prt-felrred for th lit'iarket garienr.
In thInter potiatIo's ther'I wla ioi
whileh yelded with tht White E0t'
1)1IIntI ani(d Yellow Eleplyint, yet (r'eeni
Mounitai Is abojut If MA Itilte thellr
etual, yet there art imarii'ked dI lTerenceS
-G Miounta ini 'is prOft be lI
shape, beintg luore oval. while; 0h1 h'W
phialits are ong1and n1c1d linied to b'
inore br less irre-i1ir. Th IleSh of aIll
is whit e, 'iad they are all goodl ketetptrs
is well asq fine for the table. 'Ihis se'
son it wais 110 uniicomtnuonl coliditioll to
find thel III our einighbolrlood yIelding
at the rate of .100 biushuel4 to thei acre
and imianly of the tubers wNi vglihing one
a(nd at half to two pounds ailece, solid
Tit' White Mounataiilln is altoret her
differeit In hlIt fI'romn the (Teen
M1outain, but nearly the saine in tol
or, i goo(l yielder and fil(ue for table.
WYe canniiot yet sI)elk as to its keeping
Nott's Penehblow Is one of the halid
somiest In folliage as well ts tuber. It
Is i profitable one to grow, its It eer
t'linly is ia good yielder and one of the
ibiest to eat. It is white ani (ry aiid
wlhaen dug has at bright, pink eye, whieh
makes it very attractive. It outyielded
aniy of the late phinting.
Sweet lome iII (fialitiuy ind II)II-.
ance Is certainly one of the best. It Is
inclined to produce a inore av'-ragC r'un"
in size and shape, and, whilo liucli like
the Ohio, it is a Stronger grower 1111d
the ttubesi have very much smaller
For beauty in shiape and foliage
Sweet Ilome certaltily deserves much
notice. Certainhly it iS veryi prolille and
is at flie table potato.-Report F'rom
'Amierlean Gardening Trhil Grounds.
Does your head ache ? Pain
back of your eyes? Bad
taste in your mouth? It's
your liver ! Ayer's Pills are
liver pills. They cure consti
pation, headache, dyspepsia.
25c. All autgg!.ts.
b uV it on 1I t ch' ri heardl a beauufni~u
800UK! NGH AM'S Y M8m
i'o~wuluxu!r*at CrAia io
curage;toit Yo au Coor
s Firm in Greenville.
nd Dry Goods Store.
S A T JHAND).
i Must Make
I'" business b)ut all wvash goodla
>red Percalls at . . 6c.
recd Lawvns at ., :;c.
:edl and- Lace Effects at
-Ounl'd ut) Summer' buineIss anid
st, All goods marked down
it thie Dali Season oni
EWE LRY, ETuC.
'Iekles, (Oat Meal, (rakers,
Frui'iits, Nuts, Tea, 00ffee,
The Best Cheese on Earth.
thie Stock and1( Poultry raiser.
CURETON & GO,
For Ifants and Children.
The Kind You Have
AVegetablePreparationforAs- A h
similating thie od atid~le tia
tig tileStomacis udBows sof Bears the
iness andRest.Contains neither
Ophun,Morpliine nor Mineral. of
NOT ~NAni cO TIC.
ang Pu Old I&-MW/EL PHI YI
iA e Safts -
"eii Seed +,
ety Ir W n
Aperfect Remedy forConstipa
Tion, Sour StottachDiarrhoca
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FAC smite Signalure or
NEW YORK Thirty ears
EXACT COPY O. WRAPPER. C
-* THE CENTAUR SOMPANv. NEW YORK CITY.
THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE PIED
MONT SECTION OF S.C. : : :
To Our Friends and Patrons :
We can supply your wants in anvhing in th, D)ry Goods line
from the linesL to the cheapest. intlities
Our 1buy0Jrs have just reIn oed froi Norther n markels and our
C(oute r, au11 il-Ivesae loittl i tlwn 0ailh all hIle latest Spring
Dress (10,od11 n Novelt l-s. In Genitis FilnIlshin" (omls we hiv
the nnust complete stock in th1f Si:t all urimt. that n\ ill aIstIunish
When in 0rLelnvillo call andI exami o urgoods andl - prices
muore than satisfied.
In Carpets. Mat tings,Rumas, croon11. Wi ndow Shob ls.., Art Squa res
ande M fts we haive aI emilIete stocks.
T1'imnking our) friendsl ad cu.omrs for* their libi rl plunago
in the~ pas t ad Ihping lo linOrit a co linan oi the suaii' n er
Ver Ill spectfullv.
F l T A NA -
* .~ ~ fTHE LINE~ FOR BUJ~SNE,
- - - TH-E LINE FOR. PLESUR,4
--' L 'rHE~ LINE~ FOR~ ALL THE BE ST
'~ ~ &J C, A~ .( ~ i 0 C e te S sn u 'n e r R e s o rt F o ld e rt
I, ~ ~fl~dkd 'iee to Any Adldr--ss.
RWS For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Tightly Locked From sigatur ofz ||
Phys ic ia ns Co ul1d Ha11rry (aged flye) --arandma,
N ot Prevent Fits. ain't you miy papa's moamitr-in-law ?
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured 11arry--rben I. supplose vou are
M4y Wijfe. my gunhnrothuer-in--lawy, ain't you ?
Dr. Mi lec' Nei vine hans beena successfully "ha wa(leirlts t.o
tried im ihousandcs of cases of nervous dlisoi-.Jfe iisI c? l~tlIh ece
ders, but n leve mlhas it madec a better recoro than
,whetI icue in t he treatment of (its or spcams.01tI Ji11(rciasi iintp.
Ilhouis~nms o f t e inil prove- this, acnd mi lfu o i~cc ott~~c
licarly ever y instanice the writer llts stated
that the lits ceasedt after the first de-se of Ne- 111 111 I ii Iiti ' i1i tI
yine was given. ThIe statemnit is repe:ated c ii1 K1einIit i a
in the followmng: 1
"Seven years ago my wife commenced ''I\I'
hcaving spasms or fits and I called in miy
homein phyisician anmd he said she was para
lyzed. I Ie rubbedC( her with alt waiter andl ~ ~ 3~'~ .
gave her- calomeI and she eventually got
somne better, but in a short time sheb h ear ~lt ii o IaoAwy of
another attack. She wias confinedl to hecr lntro"
hecd for threc months and the doctor could
not help hier. She hadt fit sfree~mintl of som
tines very severe. ller hlandis woul<i erampI
so we could not open tem and she finally
got so hecr jaws woutld becomi~e locked, Vidihn ol
inall Iysa w the 'doctor was doing her no SHU FRMERY DUEO
good aind ordered a bottle of Dr. Miles' Re- wt tosieatao*i iilnvie
storative Nervine. She received so mutch lt
benefit from the fir-st bottle thait 1 fOt somle
more. She has taken a numnber o! hottles
but has never had at lit since taking the first
(lose. She also thinks very highly of Dr.
Miles' Nerve and liver P is aci is never
without-them. If there is anty way of mask
ing this testimonial sitiringer do so becaiuse
of the good tihe Dr. Muies.lRest-arative Nerv
ine0 did myw wife."-WM. Vi. Am.m.isN, [. M.(oa~,(cI~ .i ~~~tn
Elkville, Mliss, J F i illtI iNii 'iu
All dIrur-g'sts sell and gutarantee firsat bot- ~ Vc'nnc,~ p~~ i ,a
tle Dr. Mils' lRemedties. Send for free book NFYAi(IITCm.I
on Nervous and - eiart IDiseases. Address
J~r Mhhe Mdicl o.,Elkbotmci' P"Wohactr~ was00 the litre t act of
4 SA_ L E-:
OpnCs at Grieenville, Tiusdlay
J uIy, 9.
- This ananontemnot. t will thril 'ad Gim.\T'ICST MILL END
with gladiness thousand" of ciusto- S.A IlI wII be gr 11ttern moro
met wh< eargely look fornad to v;: -d thln ever.
thisK great, un11 minl ev nt. H1 u Nr. S divant has iNstl re.
yela it will appeal w i th1 t pc i a l Id fron the inoir0horin mills
force ai i moncy savinog poner to 1 at lactuIrt n 4. ith tni iiielso lot
thae great nat'.s of te t atidig pub-. ofl)ry Gorlds, Slaees, Hats ait
lie. Chain i g bo"Im t vspecially for this
iifaivorahlo wea ther conditions G It , EAT JILl, END SA LE.
so fhr this stintter Iave mado it Pho Scareity of cotton Mid its
well igli impossiblo for fam er',s igh prico will miatke atl kind s of
to leave tLeir work and (10 thoi' goods Iigher this fall than thoy
suaintmer tradit.g. A tad now just ill hav been il lmy years.
the nick ol time, w lit' o 1 hey ha1v I 1 will bo mony i~aved 1o overy
ca1ught u11p willh t!o.cir farm work I body to at;cd this g.it F1l4 anl
cm ei s thi gn at mill en l sa1e an ta(l buy a11l ite dr g)ods, shoe8. httW
gives them bargains greater iban I aid cl.thing they may tood beforo
they could 11itve bomught inl te t114 prices goes higher--as thoy
Spring and early Sumn er. sure1ly will this 1all.
Tie Bargvins at, t his. our four ith
Send for a MIill End Cicular.
Rain ar Shut this great. Mill nd S'ale will ope;I Thriradny July 9th
and coitinue ui1 ii Satti day, July Pitb.
IL -K. Sturdivant C(o.
BIG BEE YIVE
Greenville's Greatest Store.
M ...,a ims0
An Oxford Fecast.
8(0) an irs 'Womonas lDongoniha Oxfoardls at 1%.a
iiig . t of ILadhes K id Oxfords inal tiyltes and( toes tat S89e.
Everty pair of ZeiglerTs Ixlrd s ini the h aouse wdal go tat cost.
All NIen's OIvftord s inlcluad in g CrnussetIs- Pa ck ara & Flad ana d Sevor
al othter lin wit ll he1) cloe ou0( 01t, at tuab below cost.
Big Line of Summer' Pants.
I Lot Ment's aill w~ool suautanr weaght . P'antsI assr'dl~ patterns 980.
1 it awdliumar we ight a dress patst woreth $2. 10 to 5 1.2-t.
''vea l itr u t in t he tbout WIl: It so~ild a' xactly half price.
'hae lagast tine in t city to ick( tin at a a'tt prce
I lot Hteiel~tt Ro i't1rasils :19e
1 "' '' " Iaainnll, dSe andl on uap to $1.98 r au a ('ut
Our sto ck of. wasit got ds will 1be slauagh ta-rad. We meanr to
(leant out a'verythinag heura~e our tall goods atrriv-o. Yu enn't,
ItfIorda to inias it.
The Little Bee Hive.
10o6 N. l\Iain Street. G reenville, S. C:.
But when in need of anything in our line give us a
('all and we will make you feel good..
Whaealways on hand a full supl y of Fresh-~
Gi~rocer'ies at Lowe'st Prices. Our Sptrig D ry Goods
are now arriv'ing. Will tell you about them later, but
c all and see thetm when int town.
Our. Notion Dep artmen t is full of' Bargains. Our' motto
is "the same good(s fot' less money, mnore and better goodis for
the same money.'" Yours hatr trade,
WYA TT & GRWFFIN,
EASLEY, S. C.
And Well Selected Stock of
C1otllilli, I(81l1'8 Fill1181ligw'8 81n(I R I
Always on hand, at figurti'(s to de(fy all comipetitionm.
Just retum Ira from the Norath anal
is comtplete. D)on't fail to seeC 1 me when int our1 city.
. L. ROT HSOHILD
Oct2tf. GREETNVILL1~, S.. C.