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THE GARDEN OF EDEN.
ITS t?JtOHAm.K LOCATION M AU TU?
CITV ?u CIIAULI?8TON.
lllnho|i KueiHT (llvon som?- Iteiutoiia lui
Such ? SnppwU'Iou-Thc Voyugo <>f Noni?
in .lil' Vrli<
Tho ROY. J. 0. Kc ?nor I >. l>., in re
viewing nu article iu thc Roviow, writes
to thc Southern Christian Advocate aa
1 am, however, a littlo surprised at
tho quiet way iu which you, Mr. Lait or,
Uko tho speculations ot Dr. Warren, of
tho Boston University,- which Dr. Har
rison has uotici ! somowhat approvingly
iu his ' 'Dook Hov iows. " I shu uki cer
tainly not allow tins industrious and
soholarly Uostouiau to take tho very
ground from nuder mo without a pro
test. lt "tho Cnidlo of tho Unman
Ruco" is to bo lound at the Not th Dolo,
of course no ono can tl ik or look to
ward it without seeing liostou and its
Whatever may bo tho merits of tho
i>. utor's tin ry, ho liss ut leas! loosened j
Up l?den, ft is now fairly at ?sea. I i
have been content all my life b oousidor !
ibo quos tic i as Bottled, and hilve be? ll j
coutout to think of "Mesopotamia" ns
tho acknowledged home of our lirst j
parents, lint the Dootor says that y i |
Aictu* circle furnishes the true sol inion j
of this fasoinatiug problem. "This j
perennial interest in the si arch for tia*
garden of Edon" was, say? the Review,
tho inspiration of Columbus; that "ho
cherished tho conviction almost, perhaps
actually, to his dying day that bc bad
discovered Paradise," "One of thu
uiost pathoth passages to bc fourni iu all
literature," says Dr. Warien, "is that in
which nnuouuci s b> his royal patrons in
bb-; discovery of the nsci ul t > the gute ri i
the lung I *t garden ot |?deu. '-if course
Columbus was mistaken. D may bc,
however, that ho was uot BO far out ri'
tho way as Dr. Warren supposes. At
least there vcultlius ri nu thing to b . said
in favor ol Southern latitudes in connec
tion with l?den. Columbus landed too
low. The next point attracted attention
. d' those in Beuren of tue MI ! id' Paradise
was the Florida coast. Thal vision, tot?,
at last went "at like a dissolving camera.
&>l take it tor granted that tho theory
which p.;: cs l?den at 'lie North Polo
makes tl straddle b th h< uiltqriicres, und
and that brings it into America. I sup
pose, too, the suggestion sprang from
the discovery ol u mammoth in 1771 ii? a
tributary of tho Lena, in Siberia, lati
tude* ?? degrees North; und ab o in 1*01
ono was Found in Siberia. Both, how
ever, hud v< ry close set red wool un inch
and a halt" long over the skiu-an Arctic
covering m fact. Then 1 suppose tho
day oi six months would la- quito a
windfall to those who want "more roeta"
in thc .Mosaic aei < Ult of "the evening
und tho morning ' < i the lira! day.
Now, suppose we bring l?den down
South, say as far as Charleston, em
bracing the coasi between tho Suntoc
and tho Savant Ith, b Us se veral rivers
and inlets, between ILC doth and loth
parallels 0? latitude. \V*0 h.ive foi* it
this mtuh to eaj :
!. lu and near thc Cooper and (lu
Ashley rivers there is a V.INV collection
ot thc remains ot" the largest mammal-, I
special.y o? their molars and veb'bra*.
These uro remarkable for their variety:
very hugs, very many, au ' evi?ently ot
muuy distinct species. Wc put thu
against all .solitary individuals us yet
discovered in or near the Artic regions.
.!. Resides thosi remains, which, from
lao amount ot' tilica In thom, have re*
i.i.ited th? acliou of timo and acids, there
uro phospbtito masses iii which these
UAolat's are imbedded. l*rob)ibly tin
largo bones returned to thci** briciual
::j..r.-c. Then there aro scattered tuioht
; mall a.a.1 ia.'g . boulders i 1 tho phos
phate ol lime, iud tua ting ..?. u greater
depth a mine ol ti.e. ni . .. J.
8, This shows thai mose animals wore
not Heated into tin^ pi > . ? the itction
of sea current., but b. ru from tho
first and ioiuid in alluvial plains
around, and meadow cd .?uh bulb-'
OUS plant -, and an ? xhtibi rai . llora,
their Original habitat. Only a region
supplying pl aub; fed by . heavy phos
phate pa! ilium could Stq>j it i . rent ur? s
of such cm i mona bom .
I, As these, soyeral spec ii innltlplicd
from a Bingie pair, masses ul tlc- r ro
mains ' . tdd mos) probably indica.c tho
placo of their iiigiu. Whether boliometh
was made in l?den, wo know that he was
reviewed there, end there named by
Adam. Abd Um Almighty says, speak
ing of Job: "Behold now beh< tnot'i,
which I made with thee; lie eat th grass
like an ox:
These view.*, if .Cell, el, are still fur
ther strengthened by the building of the
ark. As tho mee .bad not been separated
by dispersion oi lunguiige, it is lo bc
supposed that Noah lived not very far
from the original homo of muli.
Tho construction of a vessel nt that
time re??uired tho same conditions ol'
material and shape now cssontial in
naval architecture, li d ed, Ibo dimen
sions ot thean; are now tliose <u n first
elOSB sea steamer foi" freight, aid arc tho
.standard prop,,rta us in tu. l?nglish Ad
miralty (..'lice, it was a long, HOl'fOW
vessel, evidently desiguod for speed and
a long voyage, Had it m en mado only
to start from a given point and tloat
about for 150 days and thon ground at
no groat distance from tho point of de
parture, it would have bun shaped
heavy and s<piare.
The timbers for such a vt sse! of
length, over 500 feet, required timber of
continuous longth and great strength.
Tho cypress was entirely too brittle for
tho purpose, tts knees and ribs would
require such wood as the live oak, grow n
near thc sea, used to ?torms, and ol' a
?rain running every way, bealing equal
ly well ti .strain from overy direction,
(..urge quantities l pitch und tar would
be required for pitching il heavily to
tho within and without. Tho word
"gopher" means "pitch," "pine;'' and it
ia probablo that tho gopher wood was
of tho long-leal pi io, i need not say
that either of tin '....unas could have
furnished tho materials in abundanoo.
That tho ark was built somewhat in
land for tho convenience of timber is
-probable Yet not very far, as tho prin
cipio weight of il ergo *.e. to bo
graminivorous sba!;, sud large quanti
ties of dried herbage, both of which v.as
to come from meadow lands.
Tho breaking up of tho deep, ,\ c., at
timo of tho deluge, would not imply
necessarily any very great change in tho
conformation of the continents, nor In
tho sea cuiionts. We must also remem
ber that tho fjord at tho creation bad in
viuw tho possibility of the Hood, as well
no of tho "/all" and arrangi il according
ly. When the ark wa? lifted up, und us
it is so grandly said, "went upon the
face of the waters," it started duo East
if it started from near Charleston, lt
would presently strike tho gull stream.
Floating on that sea current it would
takoa Northerly direction until it roock
tvtl tho -loth poaallcl, and then would go
due i?ast, and, us many a helpless emit
since, would come in sight of Spain und
Africa. Iiut those coasts being sub
merged, there would be nothing to de
Hool Mio current, but it would pass ovor
thc plateaus of Spuin, into tho M?diter*
ranean, ?cross tho lower part of Greece,
, lin ii over tho plains of Asia Minor, and,
: till holding tlie mino parallel, strike
, Mount Ararat. The distance from
Jhanlcston to Mount Ararat is 131 de
gr??, i of latitude, say s,;")!.""? railso. The
time tho ark was on the water wns one
hundred and fifty days, or 3,000 hours.
OH Capo Hatteras the gulf stream hus a
\ itj of two miles au hour; thia would
leave v? ty little to be overcome, if WO
allow for the uninterrupted dow which
thc current then had,
lt is not likely that animals would be
lauded in ?ny other than the latitude t >
which they were accustomed, Tiley
would determine thc direction of the ask,
i ho pathway of th? ark under this sup
position kau u blessing iu it. Between
tho ?JOtli and tko lOtk parallels have
sprung the great philosophers, warriors,
statesmen and discoverers of tko race,
including tko Saviour, St. Paul, ?St.
.lohn ami tko Churches of Asia Minor.
I skull not stress tko fact Hud by tko
Province of Qod wo Hud Methodism be
gun ut Chorli ?ton and Savannah iu the
lirst hymn book iver published by Mr.
Wesley; abu in thc Moravians, in
t unie-. Wesley, and iu the labora of
Mr. Whitfield. Thcro ocrtaiuly would
I .. u tittie^ iu shuting it seine.vhere near
the 01 igiual site ol !?'. len.
Now, it any un diO'orsfrom tkisviow,
J tun COU tont. 1 do not press it. I leave
thu! to yon Smith Carolinians.
\ i.s.i itu i HOM ? ii in ii;-i u\.
\nii s Vtiiaii (?oin Weeli .Yulong the I'olUlclnint
I'll?? rim i ul l*i.lu i- i \i'? humility l*a|?i'r
'? in' I'MIIIH "t l?iilt*r|irlst*.
(Ci>ries|iouilone< ot thu C'olinnUhi lb coup.)
i II \ i: i,i;s 11 i.s, November tf.- The Hues
tin i fantastic ilrapci ? hi? h orntuneutt d tue
ut rcs and private dwellings in l liarleslon
il nh LS Chihi Wuk ino fast disappearing
li >m view told in a few days the eily will
nguiu have dom,e i lar business suit ?uni
. ?ii ;o in woik with tho tull convictlot
that a liltlo Hereat i ni ll US male .bul; ?
in:.ho r hoy. There can bo no doubt now
th i Galil Week has been ol great hoiielll t<
i Inn lesion and its murrouli lings The fes
llviiics were contlncd to no class, creed o
Siet. Kii h and poor, great lind Slllilll
white und black, were united th join in tin
luu und thu participation was general,
mu sn ru that no festival conducted ons
grand u scale ns that hi Charleston duriiij
(Jilla Week could hnvt passed elf mort
! pie;.s II vy V i the slightest accident cc
ii .iii* I to m.11 thc pleasure el (lu Gccasloi
Lund the sit vu es ot the police weio uni;
I needed to keep biit'k llio'orivjvd uiid ink
I care of ti few inebriates. Uf coin so I nisi
ness ha- been greatly bcuclUcd. lt is n
jv i ii oil good authority I hat the cash sale
ol one business house on the 1th lust., te
tic day ending, amounted to ?fy,MU
! Many business men tuc anxious to huv
j Gal i Week made pi timmi nt and haie heil
? oliel'Cti money ami services for this put
\MI>.\,. i m. COI.fill IANS
1 he politicians are now active and III
thu bourke candidate for Mayor, ?mon
I the young inch, seems to bo Capt. Georg
i Bri an, to in> is a I iwyi r, ?bout \ I years o
i II . eel ipillo popular, lu disposition ll
pether unlike .Mayoi Com tuny, Um
\ ty good natur..d, open lo conviction au
I ?i i . I to lol woll enduph alone. Mnyt
Loni ney, on the other har1, has ihc binn
Biol.'. iduliveness abnormally dcvtiopi
; s- hu i- up and doing, pl.uniin..
pu . down and huildkig up, ho ls liku
.ul Us native i lotni nt. Il" won)
pake un . M i Iii m .Mayor for a city ?ii
New York v. lice mon. y is plotltlful, hi
lin i?rein uciid of tho people ul" Chariest!
. .. r tuxes ?nil less improvotuoii s, i
I u AvnUo tit len?! Capt. Bryan, tl electci
twill keep tho elly1 in order anil glvi tl
peep inst. M?ypr Churtcniiy, howovi
|h i oiiipllshed linieh dilling lils iidiiil
B i-:' . . ililli will utile with the "wi
I iii. i lui . m I'uj ii ;:.
i in t;?;'Isl ol t-'cjitemher last Majoi Knit
iii . ?hiol ot police resigned ie- pOsilii n tit
H jill- ? niliuaiid ol Hie force wa i irheil ov
II i .i-. Lieutenant .Joscjih (.iohlcth who
, yi i a \oung man ?lui ( uti roil the ranks
la pii> tte ali nit lAVOllty years ?gd. Th;.-,
I id . iiist ihnc in my remembrance that
odie, i ot the police has been elevated lo t
1 ra ki f La piiii ti by prom ?lion. The i 'li
I h .s ahvtiys been Olio ol political highitlcntl
?ii.d the successful applicants vvOro OD
, ': ire toil >, besides their iplalifucimi s, p(
I ?e-scd much inllucncc with Connell. NS o
j M ; ir Kr, st resigned i w as genet id ly i
pet ul l|itll a licW cliicf-one tolo h
m v?i served in hana, s would have bo
I iiiiiiiCitiutol\ elected inid titi! grciit surpri
W'iis wi;--., ti i.'coinmainl waa turned over
i..iiut. Golden. Tho Surprise I rim hap
ay, was a most agreeable o e, for nov
iv i> t. moil? competent und worthy ollh
pl ii cd Iii pi sin a ti.,i ? (he now neting uh
oi tm- Charleston police force. Ile I
, Won every position--ttnd he luis ci lin I)
the ladder I rom the ranks-by strict f
Ucranio lo duty and gentlemanly depo
ment--ipJtilitics not always possessed
the average policeman. Tho force nev
appeared lo bettor advantage Ur.iii duli
t. .. Week, and that CVcilt was i: Iced
: '? list of the disciplinary skill of l
I i uunnndcr. li i- to l?e hoped that i
iii -\ i .ma il will Instill! Lieut. Golden
ri. icf of police for i ho ci - tiing (erm, coi
mci.dug next J ihutiry.
A S I.V. SI Ml.U PAPMK,
il, Iii?, t(, a twelve-page pa I ter w
sti.r ?a tl.-- city tm the gut li Inst, M
t lion, tho manager, declares thai it w
he ino he>t Sui dnj paper ever piihllshctl
(li aile.ton and judging from thc anani:
im ins now being nt ide I have no douhl
iii fact. Besides n full supply of intcrci
lng family rending, cubic illspnlcbc? nt
oilier Iciogrnphio news will bo received t
10 il o'clock on Sunday morning and w
he read ie Columbia ai ll o'clock A. }
Tho I ?it dye t will bo published from No. l
I layne street whore tho presses, steam o
glue, tte, lU'O already iu position. Tl
price of subscription IsHxcdnl s?-j ?n-r yea
which ls indeed cheap for twelve pages
reeding matter, culled from bulli berni
pie-res itiul ?cid OUt i very wei k.
rim lllood u Un- fjlffe."
Thoroiigly cleanse the blood, which
the louubiui of he di li, hy using Dr. I'lerci
iio den Medical Discovery, and good (lige
lion, a fair skin, bouyant spirits, vit
strength, mid soundness of Constitution w
Golden Medical Disco-cry cures all li
mers, form tho common pimple, blotch, i
d'Option, to the worst Scrofula, or hloo
pol on. Ks])eci illy hos ll proven its cfllcat
III iirlltg ?alt ihctlUI OT let .er, fever son:
hip joiul tlisctUO, scrofulous -on s and sw<
lin:- >. i il.irgul glands, luid citing it rs.
Golden Medical Discovery euria co
sum pt lon (which ls scrofula of Ibo hingt
b. ju wondella! blood purifying, Invigor
ting, and nutritivo properties. For won
hm. . piithigof blood, shortness of hrcat
bronchi . . sovorc coughs, asthma, nt
kilidi . alle?, limn., lt ls a HOV reign reined,
11 promptly cures the s( u-rcst Ct ughs.
J .i torpid liver, billiotisncss. or "liv.
Complaint,"dispepsia, and indigestion, ll
nn uncijiudod remedy. Bold by druggist
I'l m.. ? 1111(1 III:; III
All ol thc best makes. $25 cn?h an
balance November 1, at ?pot cash pric<
on a Piano. $10 opah and lialanco N<
Tomber 1, nt spot oanh price? on a
Organ. Delivered, freight free, at yoi
nearest depot . Fifteen days teat trii
?nd freight both wayaif not satisfaotor;
Writ* for ciroulara.
N. W. THUMP,
* Columbia, H. C.
M KR KY ASA M A li HI AGE-UK LL.
ur:\l n \M> KAaillOS ?r CA HOM NA'S
< AIM i'AL.
K.-eun <>i StirpfiiftliiK l.ovrlliipnn MI lim Kial*
Hull?? bus! Milu--V Seilt..- ? lt. w iM.-niii-iit
A |ln'/./.llnit Color?n of lleauiy mid Mnnlioud
uni' ni lin- liol.illili, ni- i I llri.nl>.
(Conimbla Kocor-'i Novombor ll )
"ld re. nr io ni) I upon this lofty led ?' sit ?oivn!
Amt view Um beauteous, prospect spread bo
low," ?uni d il nib
Mlnsl IlloU cvi-r RUKU I on ?nt (111 Ul O IV fair
In Kuri.pt-, or Mn- vi lout?''
And so wo sut down lust evening on
tho balcony that encircles tbo hull of tho
liouso of Representatives and gazed with
wondering face ou that fair ISden und ils
fairy graces whore tho "youth and
pleasuro" of South Caroliun mid her sis
tor ?States bud met "to chase tho glowing
lunns with Hying foot."
\ MYSTIC snow Kit Ol' S I'I.EN OOO
seemed to full from every direction. Thc
ball wus "swopt and garnished" brightly ;
tho tint i ol the rainbow blended har
moniously upon tho ample walls; crytul
chandeliers ponded iron? thc > niblazotu d
couvavo that arched above, sciutillatiug
beams of guidon light; und tho very air
wau instinct with radiant grace abd
bloom. < >n the Hoor hcucath waa
stri tched H
I'ANOUAMA ol' I1BA1 IV AM? PASII1 N,
whoso scones over varied to dazzle thc
oyo of tho "ljookcr-on in Vicuna. "
"Fair as mom, win n tho moon is now ''
seemed tho lovely beings who glided to
and fro, and tho tones of whoso voices
bil sweet us the ringdove's plaining.
MUSIC WOVEN Ot' HAUEST UAK.MONIRS
filled tho air until echo rose and boro
the sounds divinely to a close of rare
mysterious sweetness, sn witching ten
der that thc) drugged tho hours with
balms <-f slumb'rousoaso.
The ladies, with Bilvor-sanduHYl feet,
and clad in costumes of Oriental ele
gance that drew tho unbounded admira
tion from gal laut beaux; tho chivalry ol
the State, Ibtslicd with high manhood
and "spelled by tho beauteous scone" us
it paid tribute to lovely partners; tin
music ".sweet us tho st nuns from Appol
lo'^ jute"; thc gay throng that whirled
?doug in tho ecstasy of tue ?lance; and
tho looks of uucoufined joy that glowed
from happy faces, formed II SOL rn- ol
such surpassing bounty that
"Tills poor tool o'nulure stood wi li piping
Amt looks (hilt 111-Joneoalcil ids lUop mir
i rise. '
Wc awoke from our "dream of dreams
divine" only win n thc Senate chamber
was thrown open and a
s; MI-U ol's ItKl'AST
was disclosed to our enchanted view"
Tho -upper formed one of tho prime
fontures of tho occasion, it was un eic
gaul feast elegantly served, and was a fit
ting Unalo to tin greatest social triumph
of tho Benson. Tho lull enable "! us to
\ I.lani'?' ill Un- < < NlllllirN
of thc Indies, and though the "Looker
on" was equal ly my 6tilicd ut t'use gor
geous toilets, ho managed to obtain r
toi*. There woro othors ciptaliy beauti
ful and as worthy of description, bul
they woro unobtainable, lb-re uro all
I thu note book would bol ?:
j .Miss Agnes Hice, of Union, pule blue
i satin, trimmed wiih irridi scout beads.
I Miss Hache! MuMaster, of Wiiin.sboro,
pale green satin, \ idcii'dcnncs lace.
Miss Ijila Talley, of Columbia, white
su rab silk trimmed with i rystal b sub .
Miss Faunie Gibbes, of Columbia,
white surah silk with ornsmoution ol
1 hiebt SM: luci.
Miss Anine Shivi r, ol Columbia, mein
antique com colored s?iK; oruumouts,
Miss Lou Simi Ut n of Clunlo-t ni,
white surah silk, cltiborutcly trimmed
with moire nutiqito ribbon and p nut lace.
Miss bessie Wining of Columbia,
I beautiful Nile grech ottoman silk; d.upo
, te - ol Nile green amt embroidered tube:
! ornaments, pearls
i .Mn< I? veli no brodie 01 Charleston,
j white silk cost lillie, with ornamentation
1 j ul \ aloiicieuncs luce,
i .Misn l'biobo .Murali ol Allendale, coiu
binntion silk mulle and .surah silk; uni
! timm leaves: ornaments, diamonds.
Miss ucssio Thomas of Columbia, "Ho
; Poop)' costume of Nile green albatross,
with white satin trimmings.
Miss 1 Hooker Springs of Charlotte, N.
C., white mon, auliquo silk, Duchesso
lace t! mucca. Bleguiit costume,
i Miso A?ino Slouii of Columbia, corn
c< do red .-utii:, black Duchesse ovcr.stiit.
Miss Ji'uuio I'jVtins of Florence, white
silk;v shaped corsage; pearls,
M iss Kube Watios of Columbia, corn
colored satin, overdress ol corn colored
tulle, drap< d with red roses.
Mrs, (diaries Wiight of Columbia,
black snk with bugles of luce.
Mrs. lid. Robertson of Columbia,
white ottoman silk, on train; ornamenta
ti ii of white heads.
Mus Etta Coles ol Columbia, cream
siJk, point lace, cu train,
Miss Hm mn Liltleliold of Brunswick,
On., whito&ntiu und organdie.
Miss l.ci/.c Thompson ol Washington,
green silk combined with green cn pe.
Mos Sue Keels of Greenville, red
' cashmore and velvet; Ithino stone...
Miss Harri, t bug!.sb of Columbia,
Nile green silk, en train; half low cor
.Mrs. William barnwell of Columbia,
white ottoman silk, trimmed with white
Mrs. Andrew Crawford of Columbia,
white moire indique and plush, en train.
Mrs. H. C. Sloan of ( < lumbla, charm
ing costume of white ottoman silk aud
Mrs. Wilie .loins of Columbia, Paris
dross ot palo liiue orelie und silk.
Mrs. M. I'. Darby ol' Columbia, black
satin und Ince.
Mis. Honry Frost of Charleston, black
silk and jot, wi til lace sleeves.
Miss Stine Preston of Columbia, black
lace and jet.
Miss (.'ora MoHonry of Cincinnati,
handsome suit of snuff colored silk.
Mrs. P.. w. Bethels of Columbia, eos
tumo of groy ottoman, real Inco.
Mrs, >f. li. K/.ell of Columbia, black
velvet and silk.
Mrs. Hoheit Sci'els of Columbia,
white cashmere and lace
M r.s. Clark Waring ot Columbia, ma
hognny cashmore and velvet.
Airs. Dr. DeSuussnto Ford of Augusta,
black velvet, eu fruin, trimmed with
crushed roses; diamonds.
Mles May MoHenry of Cincinnati,
Nile green watered Mik.
Miss Ptifoiita Littleflold of Colombia,
Nile gr*.( n satin, point lace front.
alisa Frankie l ord of Augusta, whito
satin trimmed with embroidered tulle,
Miss Anna Kohl of Columbia, blue
silk point laco overdress.
Mw, W. R, Gonzales of Columbia,
lovely white ottoman silk, trimmed with
handsome lace; diamond >.
Misa Leise lintier of Edgefield, white
satin und tullo.
Mrs. M. G.*Ballet of Edgefield, black
velvet, combined with pink satin.
Mrs. John llosrdmun of Now York,
Parisian to.let of wliitj corded ?ilk.
trimmed with pearl ps sum? en Urie; lac i
Mrs. Geo. Wright of Columbia, N.lo
green moire antique bilk, Chantilly la?o
0 von! rosa; pearla.
Miss Lci/.o Courtenay of Charleston,
pink silk, with laco overdress.
rsiiss Nim. Cheatharn of Kdgoflold,
whil<> sarah satin, trimmed with luce.
Miss Liza Cheetham, of Edge?eld, roso
colon d satin, trimmed with white lace.
Miss Marie Butler of Edgefleld, pale
satin underdross, with overdress of
Mrs. J. J', Richardson ol Columbia,
elegant black velvet, on train, trimmed
wi til Duchesse lace; carbuncles.
Miss Budio Mcttsof York, rose colored
moire antique silk, trimmed with satin
Miss Lula Williams of Columbia,
cream salin combined with bronze plush.
Miss dennie Gibbes of Columbia, ciel
bleu satin, cn train, draped with bluf
Miss Annie Price of Columbia, ciuary
surali silk, violet body, skirt trimmed it
violet?; penrlsand topar..
Miss Kate Taylor of Columbia, pin!
satin dress corsage trimmed with ostriol
plumes; Khiue stones.
Miss Jennie Lee McCante of Coluin
bia, white satin, with overdress of orgnu
Miss Agues MoMaster of Columbia
primrose satin, with striped tulle over
dress, looped with lilacs.
Miss Hattie Gonzales of Colinton, sear
lot satin, with silk illusion overskirt; lo\
nick and short sleeves ; diamonds,
Miss Ida Shannon of Camden, whib
satin nod a profusion of ostrich tips
pearls and diamonds.
Mrs. 1". N. Robbins of Boston, Moss,
black Chantilly lace and black moire.
Miss Mamie Kinara" of Columbia, eil
bleu satin rbadames, silver brocade
fr ?nt, tulle draperies of silver, embroil
i red tulle, caught by silver pendoub
tips and diamonds.
Mrs. J, S. Coles of Columbia, bloc
sid; with jet.
Miss Virginia Burcher of Cliarlcsloi
salmon silk: pearls.
Miss Kain- Anderson of Slatcburg, will
muslin ovci pink ."-ilk.
M .-. Muk Reynolds of Columbia, win
China-ik. orange blossoms; pearls.
Miss Minnie Kewell of Rock Hill, bb
watered.tIlk, squire train, pink satin froi
covered willi tulle; pearls and diamonds.
Miss Knun i Ransom of Charleston, bli
su mb silk willi roses.
Miss Virginia Pinckney of Cburlcsto
blue satin; pearls.
Miss Kate SprowlcS of Greenville, COI
olore I silk covered with lace.
Miss Julia Hayden of Charleston, whl
Ik . rimmed willi lace.
Mi . i.e Whittier of Anderson, bl
satin pt ails.
Miss Kiln Wagner ol Char lesion, ph
I il,a.la.ms willi roses.
Misa Kinma Canley ot Camden, bel
ip silk trimmed willi hu e.
Miss Sallie Canley ol Camden, ctci
nu,-s with roses.
Mrs. c. J. lrcdell of Columbia, bia
silk and ji l ; diamonds.
' Mb- ll arr iel Knglish of Columbia, N
green satin, trimmed with moire antic,
Miss Kuhl Abney of Kdgctlckl, corn i
oted silk ami pt I m msc plush comblai
Miss Maggie Smith of Columbia, wi
j salin .iud jewel!?*
? I Miss Mila Darby of Colnmbin, blt
s;,on .ami Ince--a -triking costume,
ll Mrs. II. Cheves of Charleston, vvli
! latin, trimmed vslih Duchesse laco.
\|. - Il- null I'iIcc nf Columbia, pc
li lured siiin. tulle und red roses.
Mi Coy Youintuis of Columbia, tc
n plush, Valenciennes lace: diamon
ll Miss Sophi' Blythe of Greenville, wi
sundi willi satin i ri m tn bigs,
Mis.-: Kunu) Louise Witherspoon of I
'. . moire iud h pic lace trout. ere
Red io-, - : nd diamonds,
' Mi.- Ib ron I. irlo of Greenville, bli
1 silk ?md i.-t.
M Margie Kow n h s ol ( 'harli st
. un nhl and vi bite lace,
j Mi..s n iiii? Lowndes of Clinrleston, |?
' s din rluidaim -, Valeiicicmies Isee.
I Mis-; Murga rel Smytlic of Charles!
'. v. hite ottoman silk; diamonds.
M. Ki i Smythe ol Pelzcr, blue sn
\ , ormitneutalion of real lace.
Ifoleo Moble) of .lohn ton, j
ititi willi crystal trimmings.
1 Nathalie Pcrgm ni, of Greet.vi
, \i i \ jubilo costume of white al bair
"?I in '. collar, square neck; llowtrs, i
mon 1- and pcarb.
i:i. i limo ?a . i ..nu > . Manhood.
I Messrs N G ti ni/iles. W K Gonzalo
th Swj ell, Joseph K Allston, Mai
H?cker, Gov Richardson, D B K"c, YY
! I . 1 ir, i Jen K Wright, C ll Butt, I)
! ' ?1er, 11 < ! Ul le). VV B Bonham, .
llCrenisinn, Hardy Jackson, f xi wis Pari
I! Patiii k Walsh, S Dibble, Gen Ooo
Joh 11 st i n, ll C Pallon, Kdwnrd Dick,
JU ls m Gibbes, Di D K McMaster, J
i.uii. G W McKlroy, T II Plslier, Alb
tb .-n. C B Simmons, H P Moore, A
Mi ic? iv. James Price, S Dibble, Jr. 1
: -, K l. M. li m, c J freddi, -I II Bi
nigin. .1 c MeMaster, J ll Karie, t
\ a r\. VV W Ray. W J McKorall, <
H . ll- Gill? spic, Jr, K NV Robcrh
! (.?im Mi Mader, VV K Saunders, All
, A ii. Nat (!isl, C S Hopkins. And
i . lawfoi I A B Sawyer. J P Carson, 1'
Sin li. D Mili r, -I R B ivlslon, K Sprii
I ? Ko! silale, A C Springs, W B Stan
I! ll Koli gil ri? b c. A B Watson, W
t'lii-obn, I VV Kiuderdale, Inglis
H Ch imp'. S Gilli -pie. K Southgate, K Gt
I ,1 K M. G iv, an, J K Me Ki-, S A Pea
I BC Moan, \\ ll Keane. .I A Pctcrki
I! K.z ll, < VV Ko lock, -I li Walker, j
Kolloch, S M. (J Bbnklns, A T Smy
Mark Reynolds, 11er lier I Bountrce, A
Ib.ri. u ll K.nker. T I) Jervoy, Jr,
Vonni ins, Dr V K Parker. M R Rave
W A M.ils, TK Nixon, J T Bacon.
Youmans, Dr Kendall, from N C. Il
Mcu-e, KD n Ids >n, R Graham, S B M
Iv. PG bown. .1 I Birron. W J McK
II il Kaile, lt S DcsportC?, W R Millie
K Dawson, Jr, R C Wright, T S Brat
Hon J t Sheppard, T S Brutton, V
Keil i i r, -I G U arillaw. C ll Suber,
Ito Idy , K A Tompkins. (Jen M K Bonh
A W Burnett, W A Dick, B K 4bue
il Nelson, A N Tanney, J M Scott, j
Dominum, J B *dcBrvde( J Irt .lt ll.
Twill)', ll K Kai lev. .Simeon Hyde, \
Whinier, \ K Marlin, Dr Kendall, .It
N < . A l M? . .inls. K ll Leo, Wilie J??
B ll Kvaiis. S ll Mai k ?ey, M A Mark
C il Barnwell, Jr, C It Mlles, K ll \
ton, W s Beamer, I S Burdell, u K i
tain. <1 M Boyd, K R Brook-, K Hamp
W M I las m sw ,,rlh, J M Donovant,
Robertson, Dr N K Teague, J P Timi
Jr K i! ( bs/.nl, W M Hamer, .1 ( Bis
K n O'Neil, J O Kviins, A W Smith.
M. Knie. B P Boattip, A T Woodward
K ( h n/.a I, c J Shannon, J Can tey, Jr.
Burney, ll D Capers, J Topi ki ns \>y
Buttel", H B MoMaster, J n Wcsitich
li Crawford, t; M GadsdoO, I Hayne
K ll Gadsden. W K Gnulling, G W i
nenian, D A P Jordon. S J McCatlgli
W Barnwell, W il Westmoreland,'I
Moon . W c M? Gowan, c K Norlhrpj
K R nil.i :i. w A Courtenay, J II W
W W Adams, K ( I lay m*worth, S
S'onev, Dr F I) Kendall, C Fii/.?imm
R B Slason, J T Sloan. Jr. S II Saurai
K (i Seihe!?-. C B NYlms. M K Bonham
J J Heinph?l. J S Price. W C Knbo?t
A W Parker, K W Butler. W li Gib
Jr. K M B icker, Kr Miel,, ' (j VV Hug
K R Kn .si. w c Kliher, B M Da vii
M ans, Col J. P. 'Thomas.
Sick and bilious headache, and all
rangement* of stomach and bowels, et
by Dr pierce's '.pellets"-or nntl-bll
g mules. ?'?> Ct nts a vial. No cheap li?
11 allow wasle of virtues By druggist
"Pair and cool," leported thc unsucr
ful but adoring lover.
<? KNICK \ I. SHIVS ?VOTKM.
livia* ol lii|prr-l Ualhrrrd (rom Vnrloii?
Thora were throe uew cases of yellow
fever anil one death lu Tampa yesterday.
O'Brien has been moved to the pt Ison hi
Urinary, by order of bis physician.
The Labor party was routed lu Chicago,
Thc leaden acknowledge an outright de
The latest news from thc Stale elections
does not alter the results as nlrcady pub
h now turns out that Ibo Anarchist Ceo.
Engel attempted suicide, by hiking landa
milli, on last Saturday Dight,
Great precautions arc bi big taken to prc
veut any demonstrations In Chicago lu aid
of the Anarchists.
("cn F C. Latrobe was formally luau
curated Mayor of Baltimore yesterday for
the fifth time.
Between 4on ami .500 warrants for arrest
of illegal voters in New York eily today
w ere in the hands of officers last nigh)
The Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, bead "t
the British Fish Commissioners, arrived ir
New York yesterday.
Dr. Schliemann has made a will giving
all his arcbicological collections to the Bei
lin Kthuological Museum
Two companies of tho si\th I niter
Stales infantry, under command ol Maje
Lyster, ure now stationed at Chicago.
Ground was broken yesterday oil lin
Knoxville and Sinthern I tai I road, which i
to run from Knoxville lo Atlanta.
The Fifth National Bank of St. Loni
closed its doors yesterday, lt bad II < ipila
of $825,000 and cai ried also $1,1.10,01)
Tho offices of thc Daily Commercial an
thc Western Union ni Chattanooga wei
damaged by lire yesterday, and narrow!
The Chicago doodlers have bien sei
fenced each t,> two years'bnprisoiimen
hut have been allowed two days to Hie
bill of exceptions,
The Comptroller ol thc Currency lu
authorized tho First National Bank i
Durham. N C., to begin business, with
capital of $lon,uuo.
Parsons has written a letter lo Govern*
Oirleshy. in whieh be endeavors to
favor for hims df by recapitulating h
course as a Louisiana carpet bagger,
Tlie Kev. .John Tates Downing bas 1
called lo Hie rectorale of Christ Churn]
Greenville, made vacant by Ibo resignad,
ot the Hi v. Billson Caliera.
.lohn .lamber, who was convicted on Si
urday of attempting to kill Bx Mayor Sec
ol Racine. Wis., with a dynamite bom
attempted sui'ide yesterday by inking un
Klgblccn young army olliccis al Si I
lershurg have been sentenced to vario
i terms ol exile in siberia on charges "t co
neel I on with a revolutionary phil ngnbi
Dr. Wm. Sehlen, ail old and prom i ne
i physician of Norfolk, Va., and the wonltl
. est capitalist of that Beet ion, died sudden
The Comptroller of tho Cnn enc) hus ,
thori/ 'd the Simotuls National Link
Suinter, S C., io begin business with
. i '/i pi ta 1 ol $50,000.
Advices from Dubuque, loa i, <i:.:
' November V., says Lv-t nigh) sevil
further attempts were inane lu attn1 i. r. -
dllTereul parts of thc city, ami thc anxi*
of propel ty holders naturally Increases
A personal encounter took place In Ul*
mond. Va., yesterday between Congr?
man George I). Wise and Wm. Il Mull*
. editor of the Labor Hi ra il Bolb wi
arrested and bulled.
At lbc election in Oswego, N. Y., I f
i day bia M I billia was el? en d School < .
missioner in thc Third District, carry!
; every town in a strictly Itcpublican tllsti
At the Congress of Hie Woman
. frage Association, a'h ich is being held
Manchester, Lindan.I, it was resolved
reintroduce the woman's franchise bill
tho coming Session of Parliament.
Prof. Borgcmnnn will perform ibo opi
! lion on thc throat of thc Crown Prince,
the physicians dei hie that Stich fl step
necessary. The frown Prince hui lu
forblddeu to talk.
John 'Dillon, speaking al a meeting
thc Nal louai League, attributed Bul foil
persecution of O'Brien lo revenge fi i 1
hitter words die latter had used in uttai
big thc policy of thc Government
On tin Western North Carolina Bal?n
thc Swannanoa tunnel, ibo longest ou i
road, has caved in ami blocked Havel
lllC direction of Asheville. Trains le;
by way of Upnrtnnhlirg for Salisbury
President cleveland his Issued n i
clamalion announcing tho riitilleii'.ion
the treaty heretofore published between i
United States mid ihe Sandwich Lim
and Betting forth its terms.
There is a decided chango ol scntinn
towards thc Aourcbists sim c thc tin?ii:i_'
the bombs in l.ingg's cell. Goveri
Oglcsby has received sume ihn iteiili
tcrs, hut liedocs not regard I bc Ul serious
Governor Gordon bas decided against i
Georgia penitentiary companies,
tined them $'?,500 cAch for cruelty. 'Iii
charters uro lo lie forfeited if hms M:c ?
A negro Imy only 11 yeats of ugo min
Charles Locksley, was tried iii Ango
yesterday and convicted ol the murder
n young while mau mimed Milo Thon.
The murder 0Ci urrcil ab*?nt two mon
In tllO light between the negro mob :i
the sherill's pusse in Patterson ville, I.
four nogroo were kiliid and one was bn<
wounded. All tho.se killed M ere notorl .
ly bad characters. No further iroubk
Dr. Muckcn/.ic lelegrapbs from ?v
Bemo as follows regarding tho corni
of the Gorman Crown Prince Tin r< I
bien a recurrence of growth lower tin
in thc thront. I nm ?"suing an nnfuvorn
Fire at Bc|dsvl|le, N. C.. (Jest roy ed
large tobacco factory of IL Sampson
Co , together with a large block of tubae
Loss on stock $00,000, on building and i
ehinery $80,000 lt i?. said to be COVCI
The New Yolk post oftlCO b OVi ul \
with campalgo documcn s From Fri*
noon to yesterday noon 1,700,000 new?
per prints were handled, 25,000 letters ll
circulara and 2,280 sacks of small inn I
ali on political subjects,
A loaded dynamite bondi leis been fen
on West Van Buren Street, I lilcago, i
far from a polling place where voting v
in progress. The btunb was mado out
large, gas ||i|ic, and was eight Incbj - lol
The ends Hore dosed w/th Iron lu
screwed firmly on. Thc fuse was a(|ai 1
al the ( eulie nf Hu- bomb.
In the United States Supreme Court y
terday, Attorney Genend Garland presen i
resolutions adopted by ibo Bar Atsia , ill
on the ?le uh of Justice Woods in,,I :
dressed the Coll rt, highly eulogizing i
late Justice. Memorial resolutions Wi
then read. Tho Chief Justice pronoun!
a cqlngy on bis deceased s asocial o and I
resolutions ami tlpv remarks of the III?
torney general w<.ro ordered to IM enlci
un ibo records of tho Doutt,
- - - ... ,
. * * . Do?cn'e disease ur either ?
rod ic.illy cured. Send 10 cents in al m
for bisik. Address, World'? Di ,, i
Medical Association, Buffalo, N Y
Ituhber overshoes aro lo cost moro ll
year i li m inst. It is devoutly to be kop
that Uio average quality Will tie higher, ti
The Cotton t'rop.
WASHINGTON, November IO.--Tho No?
vembor report of tho Deparlruoul of A vii
rlculturoshows "mt 'lu- picking ol cotto?
|iaa progr?s wi rapidly am tho liatv?al
already etoacd, excepl hisolla which have
insisted ibo adverse hillucneos of Hu- aeaaoti.
il,,. October coadltlou Indicated a y lout
per aero three <>.. four p*r cout. kssthuti
hist vent with nearly ono per cont. Increase
,,i area Uoturna ol yield in fractions om
bal? "rr lesa limn I iM your, la obout Hie
same ratio, while tho original returns ol
yield per acre In pouniis arr neatly inc
same na Ihoso of las! Novomhor. I lie re
suit lu frnclloua of u halo Indicate II crop o
nhout 0,1300,000 bales on an acreage of
lihou! 18 010,000,01 5W.800 of ti halo per
uno Tho ram by stol? - I* us follows:
Virginia, ?12-100; Bout li (.'arollnn. WHOO;
Morid?, 20 KS?; Mississippi, ?8-200; Texas,
:;:; UK); Trun, s ic 111 1"". North Cur.rn,
:i? 100; H?nrela. ?*.<"'. Ahihauin. 5.8 i00;
I, iiilsiatm, I'.l .'? 'O; A i kms is, :!s let).
nun - \ nr xe.
A (town jcWcl-?-TllO bump of COI18?S'.
[low , m a bl I !' I) I CXIlCt toil lo show
Keif-possession winn she is being given
A wi man never linds indi as much sui is
fact Inn in I be sermon as die does in ?i gr< uso
spot on the back ol Hie woman's dr089 in
front ol lief.
lu ti,is enlightened ave imo griminess
eondsts tn smoking ihreedo/.Qii twenty live
?.nt cigars inlay, ?nul having a algnnturc
ibid nobody eau read,
"iloW di.I you begin life? ' the Voling
man asked I be g real mun. "1 ilbln t begin
lt," truthfully replied thc groat man. "ll
was lute when I -jot ||CI0
. I i'd you i'el on tba' banana peel ??ti the
stairs?" asked ono ellice hoy of another.
"Ves." replied I lie ol lier, with an expression
of feeling, ' I tumbled."
11] l Mr -. Itolnon John, I'm afraid ol
Heit eli ( trio light In front of the houso
oid Mr. Hobson-There's no danger, Sam
111 Itltliy : 'lu' W 'le is ii,suited
The highes! ambition ot some people
seems lo be l?i make themselves disagreeable,
us for Instance, the mun w bo asks you what
time it is win n be know'S you have yoili
Paper is now utilized In tho manufacture
nf collins, thc new material being stained
and polished to resemble rosewood. The
collins arc very handsome, ?md compara
(lent ' i * i street porter) " Aro you en
gaged?' "No, -ir: what is it please?" "I
w ant yo. to carry my trunk b> ibo station."
.'Very sorry, bul i'm a spcciullsi on love
letters and nest g iys."
A sojourner ni one of ila- summer resorts
wlio was aroused at an unearthly hour
every morning by tia- hideous crow inj ol
Ibo c cks coin phd ned bitterly of Ibo fowl
nit .>! th,- place
When a eil! teds i young man thu' In- is
"un Impudent, saiiej thing, and just too
horrid fur any usc, bc ought lo icol de
pressed, I ul In- generally doesn't (?en
Ciall.X he feels ri pu ss, d.
"Von believe in good nature. don't you'.'''
"Yes, I am 1)1 the opinion thill it is tin
sunshine ol life,',' "Well. then, you will
lend ne live dollars, I tun .ure "N->. I
never proctlce what I preach."
. I vt si and Change an- good lol peuple.
Ibo physicians aver." said tho wile as sin
noe ni night to iii!., ber husband's poi ki ts
"I ve had a rest, ami n ?W I m going til mug li
tinao poi ads for n little i bange.'
Wraps of India shawl; will bc a mona
tho most i !< J..nt uiitl "t \ -luslvoly fashion
utile ot I he cotnlnt; wiiter Tboy un
adroitly made without cutting the shawl
and lined with fancy plushes tint coal soi
eitil dollars a 3 indi
Al M u bal|, 11 ? ...i Tuesday, th.
Tex-is und i'.-1 ?ii. Kn
(len. .1 .' W is! ir, w in
chasing comnillli,-. a
Kutti iii dlvl loll, mid
Kio (Iran i>- divisi?n,
li ad was sold to
rcpicsciits the put
$11,000,000 tm tin
s 1,000,000 fer llie
A TONGUE IN KNOTS.
I contracted malaria In thu swamps ol
Louisiana while working for the tele
graph c un pa ny, and used every kind of
medicine I could hear of without relief.
I St hid icc lcd iii breaking tho fever,
but ? oost m.- over 9100.00, and tin 11 my
syt i .n was pro: trat. .1 aud saturated with
malarial poison and I became ainu si
helpless, I li ual ly cuan lure, MN mouth
se filled with Borea that 1 could rcarooly
cat, and my luilgllo raw nil 1 li led with
lill lo knots. Various r< medica wi re re
sorted to without effect. 1 bought two
bottles of I*, ll. il. and it has cured and
sti muthern d nip. All aproa of my
mouth ar. healed and my touguc entire?
ly clem ..I knots and a ?ronoss, and I feel
like a m \> hain,
ilackeou, Tenn., April 20, 1881!.
A. !?'. Hm ri ,.N.
Mo I KKMAItKAIILR 1 ASH or
I have u little boy (WulvO
. years old
Whoso knees have been drawn almost
double aud his joints aro perfectly stiff,
and ho leis boon in thia condition three
y oars, una',le to walu. Dnring that tune
the Hied ?eu I hoard of I. UM h Ul COU tl ty . \
nmincd him and prononuood tho disease
scrofula and presoribod, iud t:,> bouoflt
over derived. I thou used a m neb ad
vertised preparation without benefit,
Three weeks Ugo lie bee imo pei fi,-th
helpless .iud Buffered dreadfully.
A ftiend who had nacd 1>. it. B, ad
vised its uso. lb baa used ono bottle
and all pain bas ooaaod and he can m.u
walk. 1'his baa been a most wonderful
action, na bin 0 itnpUinl bad ba filed
every I biog. 1 shall continu.- to use it 01,
ulm. MUN Hun\ (iuii l ints,
Lnititl, i orin,, March J, I'cs,;.
WEBH (1 l'y, ARK., ll LOO (J,
lia\ltiK tested H. h. I., an ! found il lo
bend timi is claimed for it, d commend I
tte an- and ?very ono suffering from
blood poison. lt bas dono me more
good for less monej aud in a shorter
apace of time thau any blood purifier 1
over used, i ow. tho comfort of my
nie to lbs 1180, for I have been troubled
with a severe lorn, of blood poison for .*.
or t; y< ara and found no relfof ( ansi lo
that given by tho un- Of B. B. il.
W? C. M. (?M M- 1
Webb City, Ark., M iy ;i, lssd.
AU wno desire full Information a?..ie tm
rouaea,,? tlir, ", , ,.oKon i-orofols nil
j- i'iiti!o-,s ?*< liing?, 1 loora, sores, itlioVima
liam, Kidney i omplntnia ...inri,, ? w can
??i? te*il' &"0' ? '-'-i-y Wiaxg? Ililli
u m il t.o'.u ,,r wornt 'ra, nile i a Ith , i,.- ino-t
w? idarnfl and rtartllna proof over iielcre
snpwn. <. dun v, m.'on u u.o, 10 ,
S H OW-T^STWAL kC AS ES.
DESKS, OFFICE FURNITURE AND FIXTURES
rMWK **"wtV ? AMI: CO., NaVlivlIU, Tiii.n.
rnr Knut neem,
Q <1 ?JIU OrplK? innn ; for >.i
X ?3 Rliif>?rlnir, iiwrlm >lr., 1
O ^"L -, rormtr? mud Mettent,
.B. ~<l<-?<-<>Pt<" ?UI,u, Iron mm
'Wo ,, ilMiiMe i' 1 lc fi -lion vi,
?? mm ftru.tin.lr.1 <-|ri-|? fttvl point
fft Jg tu/U 1.111,1 i,t. t'|rCnUr fr??
erm.M AI.i. HVBiono,
from n common Blotch, ol' ?Eruption,
tn tu>" worst s? rol?la. Salt - rile ll ni,
? fever ? ?ore??" Kcnlj or il o UK i
suiii, in short, nil dlscowB caiiBcq ny Gnu
1.1<> ni uro < <on|ii< i? ii b> (iii- iK)wcrful, purl
hi i/. um] liivliroinUlnu medicino, urea*
i'.aiinu Uleom ruplub ii'"i under ila
tiiun ?luluonoo. Ksuwhith lue ii H m 11 ? 11 'Ht i* i
,. i : m \ in c lui 'l'ciler, Rose IIHHII
lti.il-, ?'ar' ;..n il ?, Soi r l-:yt>H, Sern.
ni.ms Nore? UIKI Swelling", Hip
j.liol IMHOW?Oj VllilO "sw <. t I I lins,
(j o ll rc? oi*'illicit Neck* nuil i OI.UK<<I
Uluntts. Send tin t*i nts in i~i o m pst fer a
i. treatise, willi colored pintos, on sun"
ii ?vises, or tim wimc unioiinl lor a I rout Iso
on Scrofulous Atlis'tiiuis.
?Tin: III.IMM? is rm', i.irr.o
Thoroughly cleanse >' bj lining Or. Pierce'.
i. .i.irn Moil i cu I DIscoyory, and good
Oi.-rslloll, ll lair Hklll, lunn :in. splr .
ils,ami vital s(rciig(lt? will bo established,
wi Ich I?' Serofulo ol tlio Lungs, ls ur
, i omi . mrii uy tins remedy, it tulon lie
i, pu last et URI ol the disenso nw? reached,
i.i UH marvelous powet over tins terribly
i .,| disease, when iii-: offering "'ls no v
..; Iirntoil reined) i" tl"' publie, Dr. Pl Bitch
i-rlously ol' c 'linn- it Ina "l'on.
MI ni pilon i'ure," Iml iibtuuloneil tim
H. inn- m Ino li'm 'i foi a nieillelne which,
from Us wonderful eomliliuillon of tunic, ur
BlreiiRlhcnlnir, nh rn lb . "i hlnothclentiBliiir,
iiiitbMllou?, pcetond, iain nuliillvo proper
,, H mu iiuali il. nol onj . s ;( remedy foi*
I conMinnplion, lau for nil < li rt? ii le JUIB..
' eases ot Hie
Liver, Blood, m? Lungs.
If you feel ililli, drowsy, ilebllitntcil, linvo
Ballow col.I shin, ur ycllnwlsh-brov II BIKIU
na luco ur lmdy, Irciiucnt heiuhieliu or iii/./i
i. t |,||(] i >-!'? :n iiii.iiiii. inti nuil lient ur
,'. \\g iiiternuiiiur willi hoi Ilusivos, low splritd
lin,j ,(ioi my i ni Instituts, irregular appetite,
".,.? ....,. i . iRiu', M.-. no Buffering from
klltllKCStloit, l>\-P' |??in, mu? Torpid
I,Iver, er ..HIIIOUMICMI?*1' In ninny
cns ?only par! <>t linne symptoms nra expc
,, ni-'I v- a remed? im nil such cusir,
Dr, C'b'i i i 's I.Ollloll medical Ills,
to very is iinsut pits* il. ....
lor VVonli I.ting?. Spliting or
HI omi, ShortnoMM ol iti-i-ntii, ilion.
. iiiii*, Asl li nm, Nevero Coughs, nm)
kl i ii. il nITeetioiiB, u IH un eiiieient rainctly,
' ." i. uv luu'ooiRTs. iii $1.00, or SIX
UO'I'TI.I'.S lor s.VOO.
- nil |<<ii ecittH in siuniiis for Dr. Pierce's
t . ,'< ..a i oiisiimplluii. Aildress,
u oi ni's DIspoiiMury Medical Ass,,.
, ?allon, Uti!) Main Street, MI KI AI O, N. V.
.J i- nllercil !.>' tho proprietors
?. ni |)r. Sago's ('nt ar rh Itemedy
f lor ,i . .isl- ni eabirrli which
.--y? f tu. \ ctuuiol euro. If you
i rr\ have II discharge ru in Ibo
nono ofTi'iisivc ur olhorwlsi', part hil Insu ot
sun li. liiBle, or hearing, weuk eyes, ililli psi?
, I .. Mint. In liotul, you lui ve rutan li. Thou?
... 'lin ..i i .iv.t inman- in eiiiiMiuiption.
Dr SURI K ITMOOI Itr.'.isnv curt'sfhoworst
, mi H .a (Ju I ur i'll? "Ci. IO in Hie Henil,o
au i caturrliiil llotiducUo. 60 couts.
ON lill, fl HST OF OCTOBER, tho
1 UuUorsigUI 'I ope'..' ll a
Kl HST CLASS IJOAUVlNCi HOUSE
in (Unir!, si ni, for tho accommodation of
both Transient and 1'crinuncnt Hoarder*,
Thc lin ld in?, located on the northeast
corner ol Went wei th and Globo streets,
is con von i< orly near tho businoss portion
of King fit red, yet free from tho noise
of tho thoroughfares, lt is within easy
I r?sch from tho Academy of Music, and
from Churches of nil thu diibre.it do*
The bouse leis I?. . n thoroughly ro
pairod, and tilted up in good si} lo with
uew f o m itu r? on i lix! u rcs.
loi furlhi i information ed I ress
M n li. E. ll ABELL,
i i Miss s. s EDWARDS,
t.tl Charb sim, s. C.
CH A li LOT I E
SKSS10N !'?!.(.INS S! IT. 7, 1887.
Vt) INST1TU IK tnt I (WNO I,A Dibs
li in tfio Stint li hus adv.or IROS supo
ri .''.i...- (iiferod lu i - In every ttonart
"' I .. Ol! . Vii ami Music. Only
experienced eui accomplished traedora.
1 ? Hgl '. -I w i'.t. i;n~, wanned
willi t.:.,. li. .t wrouubt-iron I'm naces, has
hot ami cold water natb.s, and Hr-.t-tdnsH
nppointmonts as a boarding iScliool in
ovory respect -no tl ml in tue South bas
Ke.iii. lion t ii I ru or moro n..m tho sims
family oi II ulilxnl. l upllscli rgetl only
noni ilute ni cn .-, ..M., tho ll rat men tu
of tue - easton.
Fur t'atalng ie, . Ith full pa'rtleiitars, ar*,
'boss ItKV \\ M. I. A TKINSON,
Charlotte; N. Q,
VU AVK INSTIT UTK
Tim (ali Ht-s>ioii roininencea on tho fi rsl
?O'lm tiny I fi-ntoiubcr (silt day), amt ondi
lilt) ll si \\ .li., s.lay |n lune, l>SH
Kvujv ilopailinoiii nf Instriirtlon filled Uy
'?-jp . 1 il und iircoinpllshotl ten inns
ami most thoroughly
omi;? pe-1 m n i siuo. iiuaietl by steamaii(l
ftiiilj II .il i .i.o-.i by . loetrlcliy.
, j" 'Stu foi two o. more iron ?ame
l-.r i ii eulin , and I RUtlOgUO,
Hov. R. DUHWELL & SON,
"' . 1 lUbEKilf, N. U.
VIVI S ( AKJ11NAT1VE!
l oll IM \.\ |H A\U
TKKTIUNG CHIL DREN.
An instant relief for colic of infants.
Carea Dysentery. Dmrrhtra, Cholora
Li inn tu ui ir any diseasos of Uie Htomach
and bo wei?, niakca tho critical penod
oj rectl?ng safe and citsy. |fl (i mfe ftnd
ph isani tonio. Por suie bv di druggists,
und for wholesale by HOWAIID, V\ II.I.KT
.v Co . A onusta, (ht.
is A LINIMKNTPCRFECTLY
HARNLEQ'J.AND SHOULD OE USED A
FLY/ MONTHS. tlLFO?S C0NFINSM6NT.
i,r:t!D I_OR BOOK 10 M?THI.RS .
'1 ?T <j?rVl<n tti ri ? M n i i ,1,!?-, >
iiiiR men ilevflouTtiH I Yo. ir 1
mil rtirrMt rartnfhs;. Kn&n*
f?. . Otfttnuutd f ?f? l*?o mtrk mw
I trlpHl, s-mSnsUsl ri rel-?nd polnUr
i.tiikl-i) ri?l snit tsnmi, l/r susrstM. (loi
.r. Critv^ f uh with orth?r. ln.tr.,,.
>. ri, m.,