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efutit Is maeo Deep
Can blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Casea;:ets, Candy Cathar
tic c.ean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver ard driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
anish pimples, b ls, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexan by taking
Cascarets,-beauty for ten cents. All drug
$ists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25e,50c.
The cost of running a big- ocean lizr from
Liverpobl to New York and back is some
thing over a"0,000.
To Cure A Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All
Draggists refund money if it fails to cure. *c.
At Concord, N. C., the new cotton miil c
Lippard & Shealey will be equipped with
Pa't Tobses Spit and Smoke Your Life Away.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag
metic. ful of life, nerve and vigor, take No-To
Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, 50c or 1. Cure guaran
teed. Booklet and sample free. Address
Sterling Remedy Co. Chicago or New York.
Alexander Miller, agenst of one of the gre'it
steamship lines between N*ew York and Liv
erpool, gets $50,000 salary.
Piso's Cure cured me of a Throat and. Lung
trouble of three years' standing.--E. CADY,
Huntington, Ind., Nor. 12, 1891.
Bolivia is said to have the richest silver
mines in the world.
So-To-Bao for Fifty Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak
men strong, blood pure. 50c.LU All druggist&
John A. McCall's salary as president of
the NeW York Life Insurance Companv is
150,000 a year.
Lyon & co's "Pick Leaf' $n e Tobacco
stands at the top for its d::Aiceus aroma.
Good as can be made. Try l.
C. M. Schwab, president of the Carnegie
Iron and Steel Company, gets E60.000 a
year. So. 43.
To Care Constipat2on rorever,
Take Cascarets Candy Cathardi c. 0r 25&
It C. C . fail to cure, druggists refund money.
J. M. Toucey, general miana-er of the
Vanderbilt system, gets $50,000 a year.
amestis Tour bowels With Cascarets.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
00,25c. it C. C, C.fail, druggists refund mony.
E, W. Bok, editor of the Ladies' Home
Journal, says'he receives $26,000 a year.
FIt4 permanently cuted. No fi t5 or nervous
safter fst ay's use of Dr. Kline's Great
erve Restoer. $2trial bottle and treat ise freo
tR. a H KLINE, Ltd.. 931 Arch St. Phila. Pa
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teetin softens the gums, reducina inflama
tion, ays pain,ciregwInd co!ic.: 5c. a bottile
Some Mercbits insure their Stock and
Eous6s and neglect their Children. Why not
save the Mother's heart and Baby's life by
carryin home a box of DR. 310FFET'S
TEEITWNA (TEETHING PowDERs:? Other
2 zhers doIt. TEFTHIrNA Aids DIcostlon, Reg
rtiates the Bowels and makes teething easy.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
With local applications, as they cannot reach
the seat ol the disease. Catarrh is a blood or
consjiltational disease, and in order to cure it
you mnittake internal remedies. Hall's Ca
ttrrh Cqrd is taken internally, and acts di
rectlyouthebl-d and mucous surface. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Ns not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one. of the best physelans in
this country for years. and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of th best tonIcs
knoin, cozbined with the bet blood luri
fiers, acting directly an the mucous surfaces.
The perfect combination of the tw o ingredi
ensels whit produces such wonderful results
Incuring catarrh. Send fortestimonials, free.
F. J. CtENEY & Co., Props., Toledo, 0.
Sold by Drugsts, price, 75c.
Hall's Famy Pills are the best.
PaInfu hching, Burning. Smart
ing and a'elting-H ood's Cures.
" My little bo~r was severeiv am!ieted
hae-un tvery beneficial for ap
-tion of the heart. My mother has er..
It for rheumatis.m and it has help~
Mrs. Vianta Franklin, E. Otto, N.Y.
ta America's Greatest Me e.Si six for $.
Hood's Pills cure .zxiver ils. 23 cents.
'Te trees 2,0oo Tears Oka.
The 5,ak wocd of Hindoostan is al
mnoy indestructible. The tree reache
a 'rth of from 10 to 15 feet and has:
e ear trunk of 70 to 80 feet to the firs
limb. The timber retains its fragranc
to a great age. It is a wonderfully bart
wood, 'durable and strong, and one
seasoned does 2iot split, crack, warp
shrink, or alter in shape. In certail
portions of Burmah there is teak 2,00
years old. It weighs 40 pounds pr
cubic foot. Teak is used in India fo
construction, bridge-making, sleeper
and furniture. It is exported to Europ
chiefly for building railway carriages
shipbuilding or making decks an
lower mosts and for the backing c
armor-plates on ironclads. 1t is pe
culiarly useful for the latter purpose
owing to the resinous matter which i
contains and which acts as a preven
tive of rust, the wood neither affectin;
the iron nor being affected ty it.
"I DO MY OWN WORK."
So Says Mrs. Mary Rochiette of
Linden, N~ew Jersey, in this
-Letter to Mrs. PinI-hazn.
'" I was bothered with a flow which
would be quite annoying ata times, and
-.at others would almost stop.
same state J
time I wa
that I was -
obliged to~ -
keep my bed.
Finally, 7 in
gave up my doc- "
tor, and began
taking your mceii
cine, and have certainly becn greatly
benenited by its use.
"Lvdia E. Pinkham's V'e2etable Com
pound has indeed bcen a frilend to me.
" I am now able to do my own work,
thanks to your wonderful medicine. I
was as near death I bel ieve as I could
be,so weak that my puise s'carcely beat
and my heart had almost -givecn out. I
could not have stood it one week mdre.
I am se. I never thought I would
be so grateful to any medicine.
" I shall use my influence with any
one suffering as I did, to have the:n
use Lydia E. P'inkham's Vegetable
Every woman that is ruzled about
her condition should secure the sympa
thetic advice of a woman who under
stands. Write to Mrs. Pinkhamn at
Ignn, Mass.. and tell her your ills,
A CLEVER WOMAN BOTANIST.
Ilow She Converted a Street Dress Into
an Outina Costnne.
"I could give people points about
how to climb mountains and wade
streams in a silk-lined gown,' says a
clever woman botanist. "When I go
of' on short expeditions with my hus
band, I never know where we are go
ing to be, and usually on the way it
is necessary to look respectable. We
can't carry a trunk for a few days'
trip, and we have a certain few things,
such as dry shoes anI stockings, that
are necessary, for we are sure to get
wet on our tramps. 2
"I had an experi-ence the other day.
I wore away from home my light
woolen suit, silk-lined skirt, and
Jacket. We went to the mountains
and stopped at a hotel, where I was
appropriately dressed, but rot for the
tri~p which followed the next day. We
climbed the mountain, wading up a
mountain'stream to get the treasures
we were after. With a newspaper
and four safety pins I improvised a
satisfactory mountain costume, and,
though I i as soaked up to and above
my knees, my gown was not injured
in the least.
"When we got inio the wilds and
away from civilization, I took my
jacket, tied it by the sleeves around
my waist; my dress skirt I turned up
around my waist, and over it my
longest underskirt, which protected
it entirely, and fastened them both
around my waist with my four pins. I
wore a blouse waist, which was all
right, but as, unfortunately, it rained,
I protected that by taking a news
paper, making a hole in the centre
through which I put my head, leaving
it standing out on either side over my
shoulders, protecting them entirely.
To protec-: my hat I took off the
"When the work was completed, I
had a satisfactory if somewhat unique
mountain costume. In it I climbed
the stream all day. I sat on a wet
rock in the rain and ate my luncheon.
When we had nearly reached civiliza
tion again, I retrimmed my hat with
pins, took off my newspaper shield1
unpinned my skirts, put on my jacfA
and I was a respectable membV 01
society again. I had been gaked
above the knees, but, changinf shoes
and stockings and levn short
skirt that was wet, I wasarihfo
dinner, and not the leaftheC worse
for my experience in bor or apparel.
I took a brand-new sg'umbrella with
me, too, 'and thatXyo survived the
S Shirt For Little Girls.
Ss..aists should be made as
.possible for children. The
'the childish effect. The bes1
pattern has a little yoke at th% back
a very narrow yoke in front, and suf
ficient fulness in front to take away
that flat look that is so trying to:
slender child. They have the bishot
sleeve, but quite small, with a stir
cuff. The shirt waist should be mad<
with the buttons, not to wear will
studs. A l.ittle linen collar can b
worn, or a stock; but the pretties
shirt waists are those which~ are worr
with the soit silk Windsor ties of dif
ferent colorings as mothers generahll
The -glIaii colored waists ane .th
smartest looking, but not the best
There is a kind of Midras with a whiti
ground and narrow stripe oI blue o
pink that defies the attempt of th
Ilaundress to f::.de it out. Then ther.
rare the linen, or wood-colors rather
that wear splendiidly, and look ver'
well with the linen skirts. A ribbo?
belt is better style than a leather on
for little girls to wear. It should b
put twice around the waist and fadtet
in front with a bow. The watere(
ribbon about a fingei-'s width is th
best to use.
All white shirt waists look very cun
n fing with the white duck skirts, bu
are really a tridle old. White frock
are very sweet, and most appropriat
I or children; but they should be elab
orate in design. It is 'a mistake t<
make them in a severe style. Th
R oman silk makes very pretty liitt
shirt waists for children, and the lit
tle fine cheeks also look well to wea
on cool days with serge skirts. Th
Roman silks are very thin tafletLas, a
a rule, and will not stand much han
wear; but they can be worn as thi
season advances under Eton jacket
or with reefers. For present wear
however, the Madras, the ginghams
the percaie waists a:re .the bes
male on ..y ., -cd-4
A Woman Aariculturist.
The number of women entering agri
cultural fields is constantly increasing
IWomen are realizing that the nervou
temperament, with which most of th
sex are endowed, is greatly benefite<
by living out in the open air. Host:
of women throughout the lan d are nov
conducting successful stock farms
3rs. Phebe Tabor Willetts is the pos
sessor of a fancy stock farm at Rioslyn
Long Island. She started first to mak
butter, which found ready sale. B3u
she soon realized the necessity of hay
ing first- class cows to make first-clas
butter. so turned her attention to ti
breeding and raising of Guernsey cat
tie. MIrs. Willetts now has one of thi
finest herds on Long Island. She haw
found time as well to keep up her fine
house, rear several children and attent
p)ersonally to her household affairs,
"Old Brick" is the name of the home.
stead, and it is one of the landmarks
of that part of the country. It was
the first brick house built ini that see
tion. It is a large dwelligg standing
among fine old trees and a beautiful
lawn. Near it is situated the oid home
stead, which has been in the famiilyvfoi
over 200 years. It is remarkable foi
never having a death within its walls,
At a short distance is the dairy. The
butter is made in pound prints and
stamped "Old Brick." The farm con
sists of 260 acres. On it is a fine
stable, capable of sheltering over 100
cows and storing corn fodder from fif
teen acres of land. Mrs. Willetts also
raises fine trotting horses. Success
did not come to Mrs. Willetts without
many depressing adventures. Her
courage has been monumental, and
usual it crowned her efforts with suc
A Pretty Walk.
To be thoroughly graceful long
steps and quick, short steps should
be equally avoided, remarks a French
woman. A stiff walk is also very un
graceful, and that is the great fault of
English girls. They walk too stiftly
and take too long strides.
Spanish women have a very pretty
walk, naturally, as -iiso have Italian
country girls and all accustomed to
carry weights on their heads.
To exercise walking a weight on the
head is a very good lesson. You must
not be content, however, to walk
straight before you without letting
'the weight fall from your head. You
must turn backward and forward, and
from side to side, as Italian country
girls do when thxey carry their water
iars from the well and can turn in all
directions without a drop of waLer be
ing spilled from the jar on their head.
More marriages are made up. at the
well in Italy than at any other public
place. Young rustic fellows stand by
the well to watch the girls fill their
jars ana carry them away on their
heads with a grace gvn only to them;
and the most graceful among them
has the most admirers from whom to
choose har huz1aad.
The French aie also very gracefal
Study yove walk. girls. Tale t
dancing le-ons to begin with and
then repel y9Ur lessons before your
long toil& glass. A pretty walk is a
beauty in itsclf, and everyone who
will cia acquire this beauty. Do it,
thei/ at once-now-without losing
aixthir day.-New York Herald.
Sccesfxl Dairy Woian.
For the last two years Mrs. EIiza-L
beth Hatton has c3nducted a large
airy farm at Carmel, near the old city
of Monterey, Cal. Over two .undred I
cows are in the herd, and the dairy
lands, coveriug hundi-eds of acres, re
ceive th~e mistress's careful supervision,
as large crops are plaited annually. In
appearance Mrs. Hatton does not look
the business woman that she is, and
previous to her husband's death she
had had no financial experience. But
when Mr. Hatton died she at once as
sumed business responsibilities,
has since ca.ref ully carried on the
of the dairy.
Mrs. Hatton supplies the Hate
Monte and the Hotel El Carmelo
Pacific Grove, with a large amnoun
choice butter. Her home is a m
beautiful and hospitable one. Th
large house, with its many great win
dows, overlooks the Carmel Valley, and
the old mission. the river and forests,
and fromi one point there may be had
a view of the ocean and the bay. The
gardens surrounding the house are
Iillea with Southern vines and shrubs
that grow so luxuriantly in that cli
mate. -New York Tribune.
Irish Point Laice.
Let it not be supposed that this lace
is simply an imitation of the Italian
model. At first the stitches were few,
but with time -aid practice some hun
dred new ones have been invented,
and these so complicated that it is al
most impossible to rip them; cause
quently this lace, which looks light as .
gossamer, has great durabilhty, and
grows more valuable with the lapse of
Itilhe. It stands wear and tear and
can b~e washed and made up without
detriment. It is often compared to
the finest old Brussels Point, which it
tmore nearly ryembles now than the
Italian Point~ rom which it sprang.
3But. what between the number of new
- stitches invented by the lacemakers,
the variety of the designs and the
o erfection to which the work has been
I brought, the Irish Point has a right to
its name as an original fabric, though
"it only came into existence as an
Irish industry within living memory."
It is mnade entirely with the needle,
a nd demands the greatest skill and
Icaire. The finest is very costly, rising
ito $1.0 a yard for deep flounces, $1i
for a handkerchief and $25 for a fan.
tGowns For TraveJ.
qusinta neet the amads
women who only go away for a day o
two at a time just as much as those
who are fortunate enough to be regu
lar travelers. It is quite as necessaxry
Sto look well for a day's outing as it is
for a long journey. and nobody likes
Ito be inappropriately dressed in these
3days when it is possible to put aside
so me shabby old1 gown with the idea
that anything is good enough to take a
Ijourney in, for there are few places
where a gown shows more thoroughly
its good and bad points than in a rail
way cair or on a steamboat. The day
is gone by for people to go about with
any amount of hand luggage: every
thingr is put in the trunks that is pos
sible, arn only enough left out to
make one perfecily comifortable2 with
out carryring a quantity of shaw'Is and
coats as fiormnerly.
The Stockion and Tuolumne Uail-I
road4 is popularly nuown as; che
Mr.Anic Kline Rikert is at the
load of the railroad. Associated with
he (aliretors in the company are
Mrs Sailly M. Green, Mrs. E. T.
rou! 1, Maggie Downing Brainard and
Hainnahi Lewella Lane. This ro.d is
sity miles long, runnin g from Stock
t 'n to Saimmersvilie, in -Tuolunmne
1-I. wish we
He (feeling his wa:g for y t
vere good friends enamth for you to
o Call me by my first r. st (ae
ng him along)-Oh, .6.-New Yar
s good enough for
N. ~ V j
TE EXCELLCE OF 1 OF HS
is due not only to the . inalty an
simplicity of the coinh on, but als
to the care and skill hiCh it
manufactured by se
knowq to the CALIFO5- pre Spon
Co, only, and w e aprss upon
all the importance .has the
true and original r As the
genuine Syrup 6'f Figs i nufactured
by the CALIFORNIA YP Co.
only, a knowledge o wthl
assist one in avoiding othpa
ties. The high stan t
FoRNIA FrG SYrr C atsato
cal profession, and - figas
which the genuine S of Figs i
given to millions o - glies. makes
the name of the Con- . a guaranty
of the exceliencc of d I i
far in advance of all 1iea
as it acts on the kzi livea and
bowels without ii.rit %veaken
ing them, and it A ip, .o
nauseate. In ord etieal
eICcts, plasp r- m1o
ki . - - -
Pleasant. PalW !|i|W i |K
Pinkhia 's Vegetab!
V and w *, more than
SLydi E. Pinkhi
Even Saxon courtesy may be car
ried a little too far. When about to
return from a Bohemian village to a
frontier town in Saxony, the occvpants
of a sledge had their foot-warmers
carefully rinsed out and replenished
with full-bodied Hungarian wine. Thus
they passed the guard post without let
or hindrance to the merry jingling of
the sleighbells. Laughing and joking
at the success of their little dodge, they
called at a wayside. inn fe-r refresh
ments. On resuning their seats one
of the party exclaimed: "Why, the
fcot-warmers are quite hot!" Then the
boots of the inn stepped forward and
said, with a friendly grin: "The foot
warmers were quite cold, gentlemen,
so just to oblige you. I emptied and
filled them again with hot water."
rIEsENCR OF MINID.
Excited Lady (to her next-doa
neighbor)--Hurry! Eun for the doo
tor. My hisyand has tried to com.
mi': suilde. Heli has shot himself
Next-door Neighbor-What's the
use of getting the doctor? If you
don't think any of his wounds will
prove fatal, why don't you reload the
gun for him?
d. A. L. PHOTOGRAPHS.
The Seaboard Air Line has for distribu
tion to its friends and patrons, sor.e typical
"Coon" pictures. These. are Photographs,
22 x 28 inches and htiadsomely fiamed. To
cover part of the cost of the Photoghaphs
and Expressage, they aro sold at $2 each.
They can be secured from the representatives;
of the Sea Board Air Line or upon applica
tion to T. J. Anderson, General Passenger
Agent, Portsmouth, Va., who will also be
glad to send printed matter relative to
'tates, Summer Resorts. &e.
Lorcign Patents in Japa .
The Japanese patent bureau has re
cently decided that no foreign patent
which has had prior registration in an
other country can be registered in
Japan. This would seem to show that
e protection supposed to be enjoyed
American and other foreign inven
under existing treaties does not
M iand that patents can stll be
oys extracted by a corkscrew
73 transitory ones.
anion for the Rest of LsCs.
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vide a foretaste ot the 'ood t'nrs
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in November Frank R. Stockton.
tribute a humorbus sketch, entitled
y MYDogs," and in the issue for the
-ovember10thwil appear Rudyard
's thrilling story ot the lieroism ot
rs i-tho ranks, "The Burning ot the
Sands." 1i the seven issues to olUow
wuill be contribations by Lord. Duferin,
lliam D. Howiells. J. E. Chamberlin, the
ricanwar correspoadent, Mary E. Wil
on. Thons B. Reed. the Marquis ot
me. Liulan Nordica and L ZangwilL
no subscribe now for the 1890 volume
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iMNION, BosToN, MAss.
- thie r troubles t
tions of a male
* ~ysician are embarrass
- l ting to a sensitive n;
~e whole truth is not to
~cult for . female troub:
xtreated, and is the reasor
worse rather thal
she was until
Dnn Mas. Plxsm&3:
wrote to you, and as soon as
table Compound I began't
F\ severe pains in my hips, ba
.~.3 had bladder trouble and is
when, if I did not sit down,
- time. I was also troubled v
People thought that my end
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetal
have been dead and buried:
may be the means of helping
men can. The wh<
to Mrs. Pinkham, a:
* letters received b,
Her advice is freel:
Here is a con
woman in ethMe
1. )EAR s.PiNXA3
gratitude for the good
has donet me. I have
ter in every respect.
long and were very pi
Your Compound is a
\ Ilhad tried doctor)
would not give up
.plaints for all the<
* My friends want tc
well I do not hes
what has brought
I cannot sing its
--onec who suffers as I hai
Compound a trial; and I k
-directions, it will cure.
Street, Bethlehem, Pa.
> suffer should secure Mrs
real troubles, and must be
r of a century Mrs. Pinkham
Compound have been helpin
a million women have been b
m's Vegetable Compo1
A WmanMs Remerdy fr
WE 'PAY THE FREIGHT AND $15.95 IS
ALL IT COSTS.
This S-piece farlor
suit, jargests:ze rocker,
dlyin, sofa. and to - -
parlor chairs, highly 1. 1,
olithed frane, finin
upholstered min v
lour or taqctry- t
ct of th 1
sissippi, pO s
West op;a4 - 4
basis. Such a
bargain as this 4
you have never
seen before, no b
f ou reach the century mark, which
we hope you will. Further c o m m e n t is
unnecessary. except that if you want to know
of thousands of such barg:ins, send for our
z6o-page furniture catal ogue, and if you want
carpet at such prices'a5 most dealers can't buy
for. send for 6ur ten-color lithographed carpet
catalogue, and what j'ou'll find in these two
books will teach you soiecthing that you'll
want to remember for many a day. Remember
Christmas is comig, azid seraiile people give
sensible gifts which sensible people most ap
preciate. Something for the nome is the best
ofIl presents, and our cata!5gues nwill suggest
to you hat isbest. Addr (exactly asbelow)
JUIJUS HINES & SON,
Dept. 310 BALTImORE, DID.
Procured ocoreasy in e VOtES
BUNN%, Patent* Attorneys, 27Broadway, X. Y.
And very LOW PRICES. Large stoek. Also
PIPE, VALVES -nd FITIYNGS. EN
GINES, BOIIERS, MILLS and REFAIES.
Lombard hBn Works& Supply Co.,
A -Now WIno Berry.
"There is a new table berry on the
market this year," said a market deal
er to a reporter, "which proves that
there is something new undei the sun
after all, at 'least in the berry business.
The newccmer is called the wine berry.
In shape And color it, is not unlike the
rospberry, though it Is a trifle smaller
in size. Its taste and flaver Is a com
bination of the raspberry and the old
fashioned red currant. It is superior
to either of the berries from which it
sprung, and has an advantage over
either in that it ships better and lasts
longer. It is a graft from the rasp
berry and is the result of considerable
study and experiment. It grows in ev
ery respect like the red raspberry, and
Is as prolific. Those that have been
sent to market so far this season do
not show up as well as they should for
the reason that there has been but lit
tle rain in this section of the country
for the past twvo months, when the
fruit was making."--Washington Star.1
o Mrs. Pinkliam and
f a woman by a male
ing and frequently re
~ture, In consequence N
id !./ This makes it dif
es to be successfully r
so many women grow
i better. -- *
A. LoUYGHERY of New
:lescribes how wretched
she received Mrs. Pink
-I propped myself in a chair and "*
I comimenced to take your Vege
o improve. I had suffered with
Gk and head. The doctor said I
lling of the womb. I had spells*A
[ would fall. I was sleepy all the
-ith leucorrhoa and itching piles.
was near. Had it not been for
le Compound and advice.,I would..
Long ago. I hope that this letter
all women who suffer as I did.
ad women better than --
>1e truth is freely told
ad women only see the
r her at Lynn, Mass.
vincing letter from a
:- Words cannot express my -
that your Vegetable Compoundl *
taken five bottles, and feel bet-.
Menses heretofore lasted too
ofuse, and made me very weak.
miracle. Before writing to you A
medicine, but of no avail. I
your Compound for female comn
loctor's medicine in the world.
know what makes me look so
tate one minute in tclling- them *.,,
about this wonderful chan~re. -WP
praises enough. I hope every I
e will give Lydia E. Pinkham s
now that, if taken according to
SIrs. EDWiN EnBIG, 413 Church
Pinkham% counsel. . -
treated understand- V/rI
s advice and Lydia E
enefited by it.
'r Woman's Illse
The City by the Sea%
N. E. Cor. Vanderhorstk Smith Sts.,,
HARLESTON SOUTH CABOLIKAr
Atlantic Ocean Surf Bathing, Yatohlinti
loating and Fishing. Trolley and Fem
tides 7, 18 and 23miles, Sullivan Island -
e Isle of Palms, a to b8 enjoyed 1 i
uder treatment for
Whiskey or Morphine Addict!
opens Oct. 3rd and will be the o
Keeley Institute in the State.
)RGANS. -000 ORGAN
Good, rel;abie organs -shipped,
from factory-freight prepaid-fm
S39.00 upward. ForcataloguesandZ
M. A. MALONE,
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COME AND SEE IT.
We will exhibit at the State Fairo
held here Nov. 13th to 19th, in
orpiete Murray Ginning Sy
Built b: Liddel Co.. CharlotNN.
This will afford all interested-an y
tunity of seeing the mo't modsarn
simplest of Ginning, MAhineryj
can't aiord to miss it.
W. II GIBBES &
4achinery and Mill Supply' Headq
)31, 61DER-LivER PILLie
are so combined that they do four
stt. They act on ihe Liver.
2nd. TbeY act on" 170
3rd. 'Ihey net on the Lower
4th. They act upon the Kineys
., k-They donc iki rpp - '"
no-fourth; so0me one-liaf of bs
25 Cent:a BorV31
i'he Hioward & Willet
AUGUSTA. GA. MAKE
V ES Engines and Boilers,
kULTMAN & TAYLOR Th --
'MONI I OR" Dustless Grain
;ins, Presses, Corn and,
'NGLEBURG Rice Huller a
)E LOACH Saw Mills,'
Leather & Rubber Beta
Packings, Pipe. Iron
jectors, Pulleys,, Ib ftl_
Pumps and Ge
1Y Our B-L Co. Anti
Ii you needa saw il.
=e before buy
the most coml o
dealer or man
ly low prieose
IS JUST AS COOD
Paris Medicine Co., t.
Gentiemen:-We sold ls 'u-S
GBOVE'S TASTELESS HLTII
bought three gross already this dt.in
porlence of 14 years. In the drstnem
never sold an article that gae such utei
faction as yotcr Tonic. .ours triy :';
__ LWE~ & IMN
k'nd your ad dres~s anzd we will express50Sln~.
3Her N eckel cigars. When sa1d, remit u:s-'J
we will mail you, free, thanidsomeae ato
uet watch, which retails for 82.5. WIS?3
DIGAR CO...No. Ji Main ht, 1IFlnston.N~C
[he bst BOOK T!IE Whbolidmdme
ionely ilustrated; p~rice .$2, free to anybdysen-i
wo annual subscrip:lons~ at *1 each tote &vr
rlonthly, SAN FRANCISCO.&Bmple Oves. a
ass Snd :cr book oi teetnais an 0deV
sentm nt Free. Dr-E.Rc.Uzz's E038. Aaante
WBTFIK TTI~ A TDO THa
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1will a~ot benfil Send 5 ets. to Rilpanaoaheml
o.. New~ork. for 0o 'amples and 100u testimordls
afflicted with -L
re eyes,. }s Thiompson's E ye Water
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X ordering goods or making enquiries of a&-.
errtisers it will be to your advanage romem
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