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CRUISING ON Tilt: CONGAR?12.
THIS 8TKAMBOAV I*.Xri llMON ?IVRN BV
un coi.i vi til \ nov ito oi- in vin:
Tho Blurt from (?rm.I.y A UU?T \o>f>-? ?"
Flirty-1 'hrr* Milt*?, Hiowlnil Inrl-Cid Ka
t-imir? lu?- Waler TraintuvrfUltin I li?
liv?? Uadergo o furto.*?-A UoMin Futura
Within Columbia'" Uraup lin? I? i<? iii?'
(IIK'CII city of ?ti?' South.
(Krom tho Columbia Daily Record.)
CONOAUKB, S. C., Jan. 33 I vonluro
tb'. Btulciuout, without fiar of successful
cuiHrudicltnu, thal two tliinl- ol thu citi
?coi s ol Columbia ami th icc-fou ri ha of thc
popu lui ion of Smith Carolina have no ade
quate conception ol thu UnvigeroilS possi
bilities nf lin Congtuec Uivi r. T< o niiiuy
have long considered ii ill Iii) light hui thal
o? a muddy, rock lK>ltouicd stream, inca
pable of being put to practical use.
Tho writer hus Inila rio ltclongcd lo (h<
gri'lll lirilly of Igliorilllts, v\ h > have been
' unaware of tho grand opportunities for I he
eily ol Col ii m l>iu lind Un I'al i net to Stale, '
wrap|>cd up aii<l ly lng <! irmaul in the
nliginoiH wal etc Illili lave tl;*- linnis of the
(?liven City of Hie South, anil awaiting
only Hu- Tuan ?parka of i NTCMMHH: ami
KXKituv to irausuiiitu theui into vivifying
elements of progress. Tue events ol yes
lerday liave lille?! the seules lu m my eyes
nial I sie thai not hall of thal liver's grund
fm ces have ever been known.
Tin se pr? 1.u.inaiy nm u I.s nave bi en
sugg.i sti il by a liip down tho Gungnrec,
given hy lue O lumbla board ot' Tr?ale io
a number of guests, i I whom thc wrltei
had Iii . luau i ol being one.
WHY ANO WU KIIKKOItK.
F -i som - lime the Columbia Board ol
Trude have ihivolcd tin ir at lent ion io thc
Congm iv III Vol na a sonne > f w uer power
alni a? I he nu st p. lent a IjllllCl in Hie lu
lim-gu alni .s; ol' this iilly . They have IC
garded ii as pur excellence the means
whenby Columbia is lu luke her place
among the ellie* ol thc South, Tin y have
done more. They have tieled upon iheh
hebel ami. as will bvtvuftt-r be shown,
have ht rn InslrilliM i lal hi u work thal will
live a: 1er 11n m.
Ou several nrcisiom llie South Carolina
Steamboat Company have tcudcrcil lite
bonni of Ti tule lue use of their steamer for
the purpose ot sicing an.I comprehending
the pt sst lc I it ii s cf l on} ane Uiver naviga
tion. Ihre WHS thc opportunity to show io
Coliiuihin. ?od ihr? u. :i her io tin v.< rid,
her great tn- unir? of hithi ii . unused wttcr
power. Accordingly an exclusion was ar
ranged tor yesterday, and the Hoard issued
Invitations to a mimbi t ol' gentlemen to
iieeonieany them and have their eyes
I.KAVIMi THU CITY.
We left Un- City Hall ul u ?IO, cum fort
ably ensconced in carriages mid 'busses
.lust helen- leaving iain Legan lo full, in
ducing severn I gentlemen to remain behind
ami the excursionists lo lear thats bad day
had tuen bcleetcd. No! so, however, for
the rs hi god si on wiped his .-miali.ry brow
anti Inion- Old Crail hy was reached the
elemental llood gates bad been ? losed.
Tin; I'iCUSONNKI, .>:?' TIIK I'AllI V.
The cxciusionids included tin following
Prom the bi ard of Trade, C. .1. I redol?,
President; it. JJ.. Andi ison, Si-c.rc.hm; V
W. Wing and il asper M.Ihr, id ii.e Kxeeti
live Ciaumlltec nu?l I ho tobo ,\ big members;
Ceo. K VVlight, T. K. Iii <n^.t.:. pjnlip
.Moi/.. H. Il Crawford, X. \V. Trump,
George /. Baker, M. A. Mo kiev. .1. II.
Aluin se. .) C. Shiidey, T. C. Rohcrison,
1). L. Boozer, NV. II. Oihl c, .li . I'. C.
L?rick, lt. -N. Iliehhourg, and Willam
Guests: Governor J. P. Uich-mhon, I0x
Presidetil S. A I'en ree of ile- I ion rd of
Trade who enuc from hi-; home in Ge nvia
for this special purpose, Col. I, l\ Mi ler
of Georgetown; Col. T. I Lipscomb, He.i
reset: tal i vc lb I.. Aimes . V\\derick Uomlit,
W. .1 Keenan, Dr. Mini Miller, li. M.
Brayton, Allen Joins, .v. A Vos, Joseph
li?tes and .lohn S. Bahs of Wu:cree Uiver
C. Al. olsen, A. T. McCniils, N (I. lbs,
/ales ol' thc A?urs and Courier, .1. Wilson
Gibbes of TlIK Kv MN I NU IlKi.oltn.
At lu o'cloek Hu party rem lied Granby,
three miles Iron Si.-n- House, wherj Lacy
found tho hold awaiting Ila m. (in ho; ni
were Capt. W. II. Bixby, of the I n,led
Suites Engineer Ci rp?, having charge of
the river mid harbor hu plo ventent.' in Soul h
Carolina, A-.-:, tnt Ki gintt.-i Uchl Whit
ford, and ('apt. W. Gannon, United States
Inspector ol Hulls for Charit'?ton Distriei,
who was lhere for lin- pin pi s ol' lilaree:
illg tin; steamer lind Issuing a pen i for
Preparatory lo the start tin i xeur?>iouisls
enjoyed themselves in viewing. I he situation
and examining the boat.
TIIK "JOHN M GOLK"
is a high pressure, side-wheel steamer, willi
a length of 135 Ut i, a Width ol' I", feel, has
about live feet depth of honl, mid draws
four fiel when deep loaded Her steel hull
was made in scot ions al Wilmington, Ucla
wine, und put logt ihtu willi ila- upper
wood-work in Charleston in 1X80. Shebas
a toonago capacity ol 31T, an t can curry
(iou huies ol cotton. Yesterday sin- was
loaded with rosin. Sh - is commanded hy
Capt. 15. ('. David, Muster, and belongs lo
the South Cur? lina Sicamb at ( ' ini| any.
This boat mos hi connection willi i sim!
lar sti amer belonging io lhu s unce impniiy,
the carrying cnpnciiy ol which ls uhoui
1,000 bales of colton. This Inlier si camel
makes regular weekly trips nom Charles
ton to ike Coligan c hihlge ol South Caro
lina Railway Con.puny, u |,. rc she n ci ive
freight hy transfer from thc .lohn M. ('?de,
to and f loin all pt i l.t.-, on ! he ( '? nee ai: (I
Hunte! Hivers lo and from Cluu le&lon ami
Down (lin Coogarita.
At folly minuits past len the whistle
blew, the boat was casi from bs moorings,
and away ibo steamer sped down the Con
garee, making eight knots au hour.
For several miles the course of lin- river
was a straight Bouthcnal ami revealed a
I Stall ty thal was uudrcamt-d of in the ev
eursionisls' philosophy. The expanse < I
waler in looking down I he forest-girded
vista, Hie ch-ar channel devoid of rocks,
through Which Hie h.nd was howling along,
and the occasional shriek of lin- whistle
conjured tip DOW reelings in Hu- hearts ol
the parly w ho wen
RXPRRIRNCIKC A RRVRhATION.
Tim scene en voyage was Indeed a sur
prise, and many wi re the glad expressions
that fell from Hie lips of those who Were
beginning lo resli'/C Hie power lying linU8i d
at their feet.
Tho course of thc Congareo ls slightly
sinuous, hut thc gi neral directionals good,
not interfering In tho slightcsl degree willi
navigation. Al Granby lin- river ls about
OOO feet wide, and averages l',D feet ulong
tho line. It lins al^o an average depth ol
four feet at dead low water.
Tho following ure the landings on both
sides of tho river, with their ris|>ecllvc dis
lances from Granby lo ita junction with the
Wo toreo and Saidee:
On the Richland side: Cidhls's plantation,
44 miles; .Sccgera' Big Lake plantation, 401;
Frank's Landing, ;is; Lykes' Lauding; ;id;
Weston's Landing }H?S; Mitchell's, ?Jf;
Huck if cid Landing (Bates') 8}.
On Ibo /lexington side: Chickasaw, -13
miles; Springer's, 41 ; Marling'*, 2<?2; nigh
Hill, 19|; Hunt'* Creek, fl5f; Knljrler'f, 80?
Uah, Ul; Bull's Hill, 8j Peterkins
5. The South Carolina Railway
bridge is 48 utiles from Columbia und li
tolled from die river juuetiou.
NAVA Ii STOCKS STATIONS. o
Reprroon Columbia and the South C-iro
bu>*. H illway biidge therefore throe Btatious
for naval storos: First, Chickasaw Land
In ir, now owned and used l>y Capt. (' M
Olsen, lt is known abo as Olsen's bluff,
contains ali ml '..'t') acres, and i an ?i s on a
very largo business. Second, Kaigler's
Third, boll Hull. These stations aro on
Hie Lexington side. Considerable guano
will hereafter ho shipped I rom Charlot ton
to tbeso points, instead of sctidiog it by
There are niuo tho folio vim-, croi Us onip
tying into Uio river: Cougar?e, (?ill ('nek.
Hunt's Creek, ( lay (Jut. Mill Creek, Big
Fever ('nek (which divides Lexington ai d
Orangchurg counties), Oki Uiver, Cedar
( reel;, Pocket Mole Creek. Devil's Klbow
and Cnck Head Creek.
TUB MUST nov I ON TIIK CONU.VKKB.
lu ls-JJ a li. at nailed the "Charleston"
nude:-!'ok lim Hip from Ch u lesion lo Co-,
lumhiti. On bonni was ti young lady, who
was fi ine, io -ehool in the former eui and
who was on la i way to s? end the holidays
on I he Sanlei'. She is now an nhl lady.
Mrs Atkinson, and Is living in George
This w is ihe ll rsl baal (hid ever plyed be
tween die two eitles. In iS 15 ii wi travel was
stopped und n > li ml lue- run on the Con
garee since, until navigati ?n was made
possible last \<-r.
now IT CA.MK A nm r.
In I88ti through Hie Instiuinentali'y of
our Congressmen, and earne-stly and clVee
lively assisted b} thc Columbia binni of
Trade, Congress made an tippn print ion of
?j; 7. "?00 fur work on Ibo Congareo. In
February, lss7. Hie ?rink wr.s commenced
by Assistiul Kngineer W hil find, under tho
supervision ol Captain lllxby. Mr. Whit
ford Was v ry diiigeill and assiduous and in
ii vi mon: h i suceet ded Iii dearing II ehuiuiel
seven".}' I? I ? wide and lour fee: deep, by
tia- removal ol' artilletnl obstructions. Oh
si incl ions inal been accumulating in tin
river for forty-two jonis ?md the celerity
au I 11 icu pi ios with which they were ?e
inov . i is leueirktible. With tho money
nppr >pilided iii re was also built n first
. ass sell pu .pelling stctiui-lu Uter which
was used in lite work and wide!) belongs to
the government. This was accomplished
hy ibo slricli s: i c inomy and the indcfnllga
hie personal ntteiltioil ol Mr. Whit ford.
SO MK UUA.NO possum I Ills.
With the improvements ab cady made
the .lohn M. ( ?ole ls enabled lo make two
trip ; a weeli The nineteenth of June will
ho the Insl day id grace given tu I hu South
('molina Itallwa) t luiupiiny tn place a draw
in lin ir bridge. When this i. done thu
SI nilli Carolina Steam Intal Company will
place u po n the Cougal ce a steamer with n
carrying enpiicity of 1,5t)t) hales of cotton
or Ibo same number nf bairds of rosin.
The laml will mala- regular trips and cverj
inducement will ha oili red lo shlppeis fm
quick nial che ip Irnnsporinlion. 'I le cnsl
i pur bale will i>- about uno-third ol Hu
pleselit railroad rate.
lloretofoio thu people on the Ijcxingtoi
hank have been cmn?J Ile i tu haul theil
producto by wagon, to Mime taihoa.1. hilton
Tho len ?tory ulong tho ronlo is exceedingly
rich and is productive nf mugnillcenl tun
ber. Hero Wo Ibid cypress, i in ?, oak. ash
SWCel umn. llinp'o and almost every va lit lt
of wood known lo Ike A : lani ie Stales, Tin
opt nit., up of tho Conguico will fu rn isl
cheap and easy irniisporiiilipii facililies nm
Induce ilif toi 'I.'ii nf ililli'?, turpentine dis
tilleries and stations for .thc p:eduction u
naval stores all ulong the lino.
Min.I. \! n KIIOM i OMIItKfti
The next slop in this work ls to si cur
Government nhl fur its condini ilion. Seen
lory Alidersun, i f Hie lt MI rd ul Trade, i
set dbm in weekly p? ti ions tn Congres'
signed !.> citizens ul every class, lo huhu
further ppproprinllons. Having alie al
shown what I ?. lit iii. hive leen di rivi
from a small nppropri ll Inn and live mouth
work, il i- easy losco Ibid additional ali
Hifllcicnl fm thc cumpl? to development ?
Ibo river, would bu an incah uliihh hies
lng to our pei plc.
\N l'AOl? TO nil MN ?UK.
When tho plop i u ivoriiiiieiilul tm pi o vt
mi nis have hun made Capt, Hlxhj a;,
the river will nut bo s > liable I i ovi rllow
These overflows haveabeady camed e :
siderable damage and lasl year an 'mine.,
amounl ? f proj erly w as destroyed therein
lt will also improve "Iii . culture, value un
health nf Ibo adj iceni towns and encouru^
tho solik m (IH of previously uiintcnpic
teri florie!1. In no other way eau sn sum
an i ".pt n Inti!" ot public mom v prod n
SUCh Vahlllhlu reSllllS ill the develop:.ie.it i
the country ul Inigo."
. on: m HRH IlliSI I. r.?.
W hen Connies-, grants anoHur iippri
priatioil mel all Hie nhslruetious in il
river have hen removed, wc wdl Ino
opt n navigation lo Georgetown and ( ?harli'
lon, anti when Hi" Canal is coin pict ed an
ike two m?t'- below Gervaisslnei, wo ? i
have* o| on navigation from Hie mouiiiaii
lo tho sc al mimi for slciiineis of ordinal
capacity, and ibo whistle nf Klciinhuu
will he heat.I on ivory side. This is II
obj* cl t ? be attained in Hie near Intuit-.
Congress grunts the nhl asked fur. Tl
lu neills accruing tn Columbia will ho con
m. ?den led hi a iii /.en adjacent colin I les,
l!!.s| MINO Till ! HOI ri:.
The parly amused themselves on Hi
voyage hy hiking lu Hie scenery und d ;
cussing obj-eli of Interest. Al ?.'lil iii
guests were called Ui dinner, and imchyni
one il was Mr. Tum [.nilligan li id
corps of waiters on hand anil sei v< tl uno i
the Hues) dinners Hut I have eve,' assiste
hi demolishing. Thurn were turkey, wll
duck, chicken salad, lulu ne, n\ sle.rs i ll'el
oriiuburry Mince, |mlaln sidnd, cold sin?
el lery, pickles, wines and cigars. Th
bracing air hud put Ibo diners in splendl
gastronomic condition, which was heigh
unod by Hie eleguneo ol ibu ft asl. and soo
Hie "ucl rici I ranks" of victuals c\ idonced
At U l "? ibo hoal arrived ul ij^c hrldg
and thc c.VCllrsienists Hlarlcd i if in parin
of two and liner on tonis of l:ts| cctlnil
Dr. 'I. C. Ilobcrtson and Mr. David ( raw
fi.nl were Ibu Nimrods of Ibo parly, hut a
Ihej failed io lind Ihn "lillie hoy " wjio sell
ile garfio to hh(I shooters tin s retinue
empty hamil d.
JtKTI 'KN I Nfl Ililli:.
After (nipper had keen served, Hie oxeui
sion 1st s hulul?'cd in a lillie stump xpenkiu
until (he arrival of Hie Hain whit h was i
luke them hack to tho city, Ai !? io w
hoarded Hie (rain anti arrived al 10 n'cloc
in Hie City on Hie Ct.n.art::
lins" Wcntun lilil? r Prom Mm.
At least Ihne men on thc avertie jill
are hound lo tlisilglCO with Hie rest just I
show that they've gol minds of Ihclrowi
but there is no disagreement anion/ ll
women ns lu Hie mci its of Dr l'une
"ifinwritt Prencriplion," They are a
unanimous in pronouncing il Hu: hes' reu
Icily in Hie world for ail those chronic di
eases, weaknesses and complaints poculil
to their SOX. lt liaiefoims the pale, ha;
gard, dispirited woman, Into one of spar!
ling health, ami Ike ringing laugh ngal
"reigns HU pr imo" in the happy houscholl
Over lim Vi nix Old.
Our neiglih ?ring cornily of Clioslorflol
can probaoy boasl of the oldest citizen I
this Beetloo of the Slate. Ills name
John Outlaw, anti he was horn in li?:
Though he set veil In the war of 1812. li
hos never received n pension from th
.National Government, Mr. Outlaw hi
quite a ripmber of Children, mid thc nun
1e r of his gumti children is legend ll
has a 3on living In Ibis OOUnty, 00 Mr J
J, Horton':! plantation.-Lancaster Jlevieu
Swci t monades; my darling,
We love each other uow,
But in ibo uvoluth n
Will you foiget your vow ?
O w ill you love nie, dearest
(Tho monad's pleadings ran),
When you've laconic a woman,
And I've become a matt?
Ho w ho docs not look before lags hchiud.
Don't expect loo inuqh from those around
Ile that speaks tloth sow, bul he that
holds lu's peace doth reap.
A helping hand at thc right moment
would >ave immy from ruin.
Where (here is no want of will there will
he no want of opportunity.
The unkindest cut of all ls to he found In
the average eight dollar suit of clothes.
Moro people are drowned in thc intox
(eating cup than in the sea.
One talent carefully cinplo, ed is helter
than a bundled merely possessed.
Dispense with tho check rein, and get
more work from your horse without
Men ate not judged hy their deeds now
a days; they arc judged hy their bonds and
Ho who does no good e.ots none." Il?1
who cares not. for others will soon lind that
oilers wiil not cnn1 tor him.
A woman cou fesses to thc marrying ot
eight husbands. Pew women possess her
power lo fasten eight men.
Landlady .lane, pass Mr. Dtltnlcy 'he
salt for his (.gg, Dumlcy Thanks, not
any salt, The ecg is none too fresh as it is
. How mid it ls." said Pat, a he trudged
along on foot, "that a man uiver meets a
team going the same way he is.
A good, healthy business year, in spit?'
of the Presidential election, seems lo Lethe
general conviction among conservativo
Sw rel potatoes, like Hie while, were
found growing lu te when Columbus came,
und they were among tho presents he carried
lo Queen isabella.
.Ne>v lillians women cultivate camelias
at sm h good profit that more than one
woman ls said to have "gone to KurojHJ on
her camella hu tb."
"Ah. yes," ^ till a cab! not-muk cr to a
crockery dealer, to whom he wu-i Intro
diieed.-"ah, yes, you sell lia seis, and I
"Dui. what wini ye/, call a man who
stole a ira ll 'ii UV whi ky and (hunk il. and
got the jbn-jamsV" "Bcgorra, I think I'd
call him a Stinkt thief.'*
.Toms-Strange Ihihg, Mirnndy; every
time yon draw a breath somebody die.-.
Mrs. ?Iones-Well, I aln i going io stop
breathing on that account.
"Did il ralnV" he exclaimed, in Ibo
course of a tluil'ing iccllal of bolder lifo
"Say, ii rained s > lund ?hal afternoon thal
the w ai ci stood Hirco feel ou a slant roof,"
beggar -Plas?', -or, can't yu help a poor
man wiih a largo family out ot' work?
Schoolmaster -Nu; why don't you si t your
family ai w otk?
Those who would render tin ir charities
no f.ui sh mid judiciously diffuse I hem.
Ile who would have a good crop must sow
willi his halal, and not pour out nf the sae,;
illlO eau- le ap.
Whe.i a bold clerk becomes an angel, if
his wings ar? propoitinnately ss widens
Ids earthly nullo, he'll lopplo over tho h it
llemcnts ol heaven unies* lils foci ato ado
"You iiccdn'l order nc around, sir."
sahl lile wash'lilian "I'm not lilt" hin .1
girl. It's Bridget's place to took after tlu
milk lin lia- laundry haly.'' "Thal
d' esii'l M oe u:e said Hie niau. "I'm tin
I', w <I \i .\. ol ile- i n tj.i;, and
M's' liam, i.' i':.?t <; W. ol Hie Ancient
( Infer of M Xr Q /..and I want some
body to hike this milk." "Yes, slr," sahl
the washerwoman, meekly, ns shu ivciil hi
feid 11 rock.
"I si e hit a post-mortem examination ii
often milde bi mulder caves. What docs H
post mortem examination meany" asked a
young wife of her h. ?h r half. "A post
mortem examinai len, my dea- , ls intended
to nil ow in-- victim t.. ! ian- vi* i bally his own
tesl lin .ey iignhixl his assailant, and is tale n
down hi Ali iriu " "Thanks, dilling; and
von won't look down i ti m?\ will you, be
c. nisei hmCil'l your cducaiioii?" He said
he \\onida i.
? l'a ion years past," said th.- new
ii under, "my Iciblt9 haw Isen regular a>
cl kwork I rose on the stroke of six;
halt an hour lalor I sat down lo h oak fast;
at seven I v. as at work, dined nt twelve;
an- suppl i al >i\ ard in h il at nine tidily;
ale only hearty fund, sud hadn't a sick tiny
in all liml lime ' Dear me," said the
deacon, in sympathetic tones; "mil A hat
Were von m foi y" And in Ile- awful sb
lenee that followed you could hear the hash
crate ils le (h.
h mu lu* rn \ru> Not, ?
A mine of pilbil clay leis hedi found
mar McNair Station, Miss.
Piltshutg, Lincoln comity, Tenn., has
subscribed uno for a bank.
Prohibition will rule in all hut about a
di /.eil lowie; in Alkalis is lids year.
Tho Jefferson county, Ark?, .?rand jury
has round neatly four hundred truo hills
tills let 111
Clsrksvillo, Aik.. will follow thc exam
ple i billie Hock ami foi hld thc sale of
cigarettes io hoys.
M;s p..'ly Pitier, living near Cleburne,
Ark , ia eighty years old and has eighty two
Only $(10,000 h is been secured of the
$100,000 subscription ai Pensacola, Fis ,
Insecure tile Poitfineo a and .Memphis road
Two human skulls were recently um
earthed m ( larksdalc, Miss., hy men dig
ging a ditch. Their pri-seucu lhere is a
iii\ - ?cry.
A Northern girl now living mar Tren
ton. Tenti , lakes lier gnu and?oes afield
and kills mme game limn any of thc young
Al II hall near Hot Springs, Ark , re
cently ti young lady, her mother, grand
motlier nial co al grand mother danced in
the same M t,
Seventeen negro farmers of Altala
county, Miss , each year give a prize to thc
one of theil number who raisesl tho largest
hog. The prl/.C for tho year was recently
taken hy H un Mock. His hog was 'S,\
months old and weighed 015 pounds.
I ntl y Hc/iMt-d.
On Thursday Inst, oils, n"> Httlo five
year old son ?,r M r T W. Me.Mui tay, w ho
lives ut ar Jncksonhairi, Waa severely scalded
hy getting into .onie water which had Le. n
healed for Scalding hogs. Ho was l iken
out at "me, bill holli of his legs were so
badly scalded limn I he kticctdowiith.il
thc skin ail pti.Ud.olT. The Utile follow
suffers greatly, hut is doing as well ns
could bo expected.- idtnetnttr ledger.
v,, i.i. i,i"ns Shel,
Mr. J. lt. Price was accidentally shot, at
Drsflln's mill, in tho lower section of ibis
county, on the 17lh instant, by Mr. Wm.
Shute. The two wcro talking of trading
pistols when tho pistol Mr. Shute had was
accidentally discharged? tho hall paps'ng
through the ll. ?hy part of Mr. Price's right
Sick and billions headache, And all do
nrngeinents of stomach and bowels, cured
hy Dr. Pierce's "Pellets" or ft nil bilious
granules. 05 cents a vial. No cheap b >\< I
to allow waste of virtues. By druggists.
WKNKIIAL. ?\K\VH ?YOTKM.
Kemi ul lnlrri>?t (lathered Ironi '. nrlvut?
*A torrlblo snow storm has boon'roglng
ulong tin-wost short) ol Lake Champlain
Tho Rcnrcily of coal tu San Fraucisco
amounts uhnost to ft fuel fumino.
Tho Augusta Pot Stock show was visttctl
hy hundreds in spite ol thc hud weather.
Louise Michel is making every endeavor
lo obtain lue release of her would-be as
Dr. P. ll. Mell, Cnnncellor of Ibo Uni
versity of Uoorgin, ki dead. Dr. .Mell h id
UCCII unwell for some time.
The New Yolk Sugar Trust has given
evidence of its power when P ordered
Moller, SU rck A- Co. t>> close their rollin ry.
halest advices say that thlrly-llvo miners
perished III Tuesday's dis -'era! Welling
ton colliery, British Colombia.
At Susquehanna. Pa., yesterday Uro di
Atroycd two hotels, live residences and a
business block. Loss $510.000.
The Republican Convent! ?aol Louisiana
has nominated a full Stale ticket head >1 by
ll. C. WartuouUt for G ?vcr mr.
The Coiisol-Qcneral of Spain In New
Yolk o?llcltilly and emphatically denies tito
truth of tho rumors about tho unset hf ac
tory condition of idl'alrs in Cuba
The U?iled Ireland has opened a fund
in aid of news vendors prosecuted prose
outed under Ibo Crimes Act, beading the
list with a subscription of* IT00.
'Pince hund? ed lumbermen from thc
Northwest wore entertained In Atlanta last
night. Tiny were .-n their way home from
New t )rleans.
lu London it is staled that, warrants have
been iccrclly obtained in Knglaud for thu
nrrusl of six Irish members of Piuliaiucul
anti magistrates who are a iw in hiding.
Leprosy ls said to be affecting many
Scandinavian immigrants in Northern Min
nesotn and Dakota, ll ls brough I from tho
A Ure in the picker-room of Langley
Factory Tuesday night di itroycd about
(HR) vvnrlh nf cotton, hut the mnehlnery
w.is uninjured, Hvorylhlng insured.
Tin- Pittsburg Mee! Casting Company
has not I lied thc otllcials al Wiishluglon of
its readiness !.. submit the now steel gun lo
the preliminary tests ol Ibo tloveiniiu.nl
Thc schooner J. Kennedy has arrived ul
New York, from Calais. Tho Captain ic
poris lifiy vessels III thc ice on Nanni. k< ;
shoals, timi he thinks tiley must liuvc gun
ashore yesterday morning.
Al a meeting of tho trust cea ol Adelbert
College, Cleveland, (>., il wns dcHdi I lu
refuse admission to women arter tho close
of thc pie.eui your. A ladles' annex i
The coming ((tango crop of Sntitheri
California ls expected*ln I? nnieli i>rcatei
than last year. ? tut esl i mate is ?,??00 ; i
.J.?iio carloads, against 1 (MM) . ul mis tia)
OILS', se ison.
A !ii!l hus been pu?sci! by ?li" Mlsd-sl] | :
Hon e prnviiltiii; l r pensioning ilistihled
Confederate soldiers who nr.- nnuhlc lu
w oi k. and for colon >l sci Vants ol : lie s uno
who tuc similarly situntul.
The celchiuled trotting stallion Happy
Medium, valued :.i $'10,000 ls di r.d. l?e
.Was fi abd III iMfltl Thirty nine ni his gi I
have records nf i 5K) or lower, IL wns
owned by Cen. \V. T Withers.
lt is proposed lu Nebraska tu ree ?gu i//J
lite I.croie e..i.duel of pelionl lenchers iii
thc recen I hli/./.ird, by making public cnn
trlbnttnns to thom Tho movement incuts
w i'll general favor,
Th'.che is nh. .d', til thu Held ll a ( i n!.
. dato against Sj)c:ikur CiWidc foi- eh-edon
lo tho next Ci ingress. Tim woiklngm ..
; will iioniitiulc hint, and lie exp 'ets to lorin
I an alliance willi the Uepubliciuis
Joba Wilson, a wealthy bachelor nf
Montgomery e.?univ. Alu . who di d ii
Wt linesduy, loll bis chilli I'ortu . f f. >,
1 (ion lo Hu; Orphans' linnie anil lin in ? .
lion tor thc deaf, dumb .ml blln t t li I ld roi
? in the i ily ?.f Montgomery,
1 Thc French (lovelninoiil, eonltaii toits
' custom, lins consented ld tdl'ci a rc Wit rd for
Ibo discovery of ihe murderci ol Archibald
MeNelll, Hie Kngilsli rep trier, whoso h sly
I was lound on thc hench tit Uotiliigiic .? fi .?
Il is s d i that wealthy mott in the liquor
business in Philadelphia have loin.id a
syndicale, with $1,0)0,000 baekbig, lo
furnish bi ila I men i<> enable thu salo II
kee pei s to c imply w'Hi ibo nuW high
licctn-c law ol Penn -\ Iv lida.
Tuesday's snow s'.ani was o e ... :!<.
worst known in Halifax fat .vein-. Kail
way Havel is ?g du ilcilloriiPzi il. Thc bul
bois of Not th Sydney, Digby, ^ riuouth
and Annapolis vic fro/.eli >\. r - olid ? >r the
Iii si ibuc lu years.
(?a M < nd ny afternoon two pas-.:
curso thc Salem branch ul thc Delaware
nod Hudson liiilrond weill over un em
bankntcnl and linnell Over three linus.
Six c. n passengers were injured, i un of
diem nihill j.
Piuchhack has'advise I tho colored nein
bois ot dm Itepublicati (.'on vent bm <?!
L iiiisiumi lo leave liic \\ ii m ill? i of Hm
Slate ticket l.i Un b inds ot iii.- white lb
publican' a id avoid ibu cry thal lin y w ?rc
tty lug ti .' ric mizo lim State,
The peo| li nf I teni dish y. Mian . n i io iii
town 150 miles wesl nts*. Paul, arc ucl) lng
despendo. Oil Tuesday n nu m btu ol
I inners drove loin Hint place lifter fuel,
and Hi. rc heilig none, tole down lim i .1
road company H RIIOW fences and hauled
away several loads.
Mr (1 nissie Ihtlkley, who cloped with
Hi ?ste Hillyer In lust I), comber, und boin
whose el..?II nu ni lhere was much gos .ip ai
Ibo Hine, has now separated in in his wife,
Knell is now living with their respective
parent-*. Divorce proceeding* will pro bu
?dy follow and provo sensational,
Kv .Mayor Courleiiny, ol (.'hurled in, ls
receiving marked allciitloii from tho chi
/cns id Itlchmond, Va. Ort Montlay bo
was handsomely cntcit.ihicd a ii dlunei ni
tho rcsidcucC ol Mr. Muan s. Valentine,
Anions I hose prcsciil wcte Hon, Wm, Wiri
ami several olia r prominent cilizcns.
Thc bdi s: development in the alTalrs of
tie defunct Central Hank of Toronto is
Hie departure of I). Mitchel .Nh l? ra d
nae of Ibo directors, for tho t oiled Btntoi
w illi Ills faintly, ll is said that h - has a
fnncll in <'uhf. i ni i which requires Ids nt
tcnib n. Cashier Allen lins also absconded
to Hw United Stab H
The (haut monument committee lins
adopted a draft of n circular to besoul to
ail architects und sculptors who may rh Ire
lo compote fur Hie bonni of designing the
memorial io (Jen. Urant. Tho cttlmah i
cast is placid at $600,01 f) in -lcad nf fllOO,
OOO, thc original figuro.
The Mexican Presidential campaign may
be consldcrcil well under way, (jen. Disz
being thc lc olin); candi'' le Thc cud'
dacy of (Jen. Kscobcdo has apparently rc
coi ved no supp'ri. Tim election will lake
l?bico next .Innc The linn is four years,
and beginnen December 1.
Thc Pioneer Aid and Support Associa
Hon bas decided lo fix weekly pnymonts lo
the families Of lue executed Anarch
$M to i ?.ch of the w idows, and $2 for each
child where there are isvn children, and $1
fur tho third child as in case "f Mrs. Fis
cher. Ii appears that tho families arc Itel
ter nfl now, financially, than they ever
At a ii. cline nf the Methodist pico lei.
of Haltimoru yesterday retolollons offered
uta previous nu cting, censuring President
t loveland for sending ft copy of Int) Con
slitutlo i of the United States to Pope Le >,
caine np after the regular hiisiniss bad
been disposed Of. There was much (111
cu.-^imi, hilt the resolutions were Anally
adopted by a vote of li? tor to 10 Against
toother blizzard IHIH brokoo loos? north
vost of St. Paul A Noche, l>?k., M*oli\l A
ays that tho ?nosonr) itnul il wu to 00 de
rive* below, und the wind < ? ui hod i vcloo
ty of forty mtb an hour du n- Monday
it., ht. lt I? still blowing aud tra?na aro
on hours lalo. A heavy fall of snow h is "
tollu, and Ibo wind ls bl >wlug agido. Nie (
l?ow ta drifting b ully. Tho storm has npt j
vqt rettohed St. 1'au!, tau trains aro badi) ,
Dinner purtles, bidla and receptions uro |
going out of rushton in hirts, and fashion
able pr i.j.le are, instead, making thu theatre t
and Ihe opera tho usual meeting placo for i
so?lal intercourse. Iiissaid thu .-. fash- |
louables now consider one "i I ?vu . 'ifc< ? u ;
year enough, and on other occasions treal
their guests to b i Instead of champagne
and taro viand--.
Mrs. Cornelius Vnbderblh gave a cotil
lion bull at her now ICSI tclioohl N( W Volk J 1
01 Monday hight thal wig the .al . i . ?
OVont of the season. Two hu ?ti In I gu ?ta
Wore invited and thu most CM usivo ol New
society people wi re present. Tho house
was dceoiukd with Ino most tar. ll wei's
and plants. At ! o'clock n tnbst ?. ni
collation *ns soryt I on small round tables,
al cai h "i' which four gm sis ant,
Janies Johnsen, oT Atlanta, ive nth sued
Bradstreet's mercantile .. . itu) ; I di : nm
lion of clitii licit r in pu lilli Ido ! '..:.? U> thc
trade. Ile Inst his CHM In lite lower coull,
bit! oa appeal t" 'in- s ipieimi Cmnl I.li
tallied a decision to ii"- eflcei that Brad
Street's hiislm.' i I? hoi a prlvihgod niui
Uiidoi this rtrlltifl thc ? ny ave htm -i vei
did against thu Hrmtstreei Company foi
Owing lo a mistake by n al ". 0 thai .
fearful collision oocliircd on Saluni 3 tiigbl
on tlie road thai ruli ? h oin I bi\ una ? th
Vin Itu Ah ?j" illili lc', Cuba A pa;i
traill collided van t li eight hain even ?? .
miles i?|i 1 11 liiiliorraduin station, i . c
engineers ale) llromch of bulli trains \\ it
Inslanllv kill il and ti.' ir li ?(Ut . lorrlbl)
mangled, Kort.) p-esctigcrs wer?? more or
less h idly hint, and I? dh lei .motives Wore
complete))' i\1 el? >i !
Charles ti. Mlnnegcr. :i promlncu
cili/ca ol' Alexandria, Va.. Who had !..:
ness t elations wish a latgn 1 aili omi s : iplj j
?louse lu .*?. w \ ;!< comiiiUtcd stiielih ?.'
Ids re idemc I is! night bs bootine bini ill
in lin Iii .1 v.[iii ii plat 1. Iii? it - thc n
nf thc !!. v. ! >.-. All ne . (lc, < I Blob
mond, waa iii ? :. li ne i I 'nil h Mernie sob
dior and served en Ge ? i /. Y : h ?.co'fi
.stal?. lin leaves n iv ul nv und i ?ghi 'chil
I dren. .\ > cati: 1?ns iCd,
! Mr. Ihlsscll Smonk, ol ilia Kork s? ll n
Orang.'hurg c.otinty? liad a ? -, Iii a, ? M
S.tied e.. vi' )?? ll >ig sohl? chickens tn
Ibo -, i"i lits chil lr n .. ...!?. Olli hi inp
lit in; when h . turn fd on the a und hi' (bivi
ot thuin j ngcii four, si\ itu I eight year.i re
spa eli vd v. I'hc tl ii was then canil ned.
Un Sulida) Mr. Hntoak weill io seo how lie
wai. The dog jumped up tuid bit him on
tho anti before li? oonjil pie veli I him. That
nield the dog died petfood; rabid. Neither
Mi. Biiionk nor the children have y.\ ex
I client ed liny ill ClTcl:)
A Now Bot oles nt l>eiid*Hoat.
A now species of tim ..dead-boat" has
miltie Ida appearance in Washington^
and having worn ?nit lili) Iowa and de
parted to escapo tho pol ?co will proba
bly try to work Iiis yamo elsewhere.
Ho is n vonerable-looking niau ot t?.i or
inore, with ll lino ince, good milliners,
and well dressed. ll. speaks with a
southern ncccill, and olldliia lo l>" front
l'oiinossco, whore lie says ho has sov< .
plan tn tiona. Winn ho arrived iii town
ho took qitnrltirs at one ol tile Hrsl-class
hotola, ami remained lliero nearly thron
weeks until the proprietor uskod hint lo
Bottle Ida bill or. leavo. Ho postponed
payment until ho recoived sonto remit?
tn noes from home which wem uiinccouiil?
ubi) delayed, and oven tulographod for
j ninney al ibo expense ol tho hotel. Hu
? was willing lo given draft oil his "?ac
tors," hut tho proprietor would not tic?
cent it. Nearly evory day he received
tologrnms, which il was suspected lui
Seul to ll I Ilise! I iio.;; llislllltf pail- ol' tho
io..n. from tho hotel ho Wont '..> .1
fashionable boarding-house, w here Ito
made himself popular at ie ee and lil'
follow-boarders aro unwilling to hoi io V
Ito is a ."beat," although li?'owes ;i irn,,d
deal ol borrowed molloy and circulated
si uno linens checks.
Ho c.uno to Washington Intondmg to
resido hero permanent !y and tlcsil'oii lo
purchase a Him country place. Al near
ly ali Hie ronl-ostate agoiioios lim old
gentleman ia wed known, and low of
1 thu dealers in suburban properly c ..
eapoil his clutches. Some of them oasli
od drafts hud checks for him, at least
?,ne iiiiiotlucod him nt Hie club, whore
Im was hospitably entertained, and in
return bc tried to g< t up a party to visit
him in ToiltlOSSOO and try tho shooting.
Hut his principal "raokot" was to take
drivos Into tho country at thc expenso
of tho runi-OStntO agonis to look ai do
sirable country sonia. Thorn ls not a
farm for salo within lon miles of Wash
ington that ho ?lid not inspect in com
pany Willi sumo one who paid for thu
ourringo, tho cigars, and generally n
iunehc.il on then- return, li aoniu cn ios
lie mndo offers which were aoceplod,
hut ho would invariably conjure up n
condition that could not bo complied
1 lc had a way of lining hacks when
ho went anywhero and forgetting lo pay
for thom. After laking ando ho would
want lo lie landed al ono ol' tho hotels
01' departments, or sonic ollior loni.Lng
that had two outrances, and whiio tho
beckman was wailing al ono lie would
slip out at tho ot her. Nearly every
drivor iii tow n Ima reason lo roinombor
him, and some have cards ho gnVO lb. lil
with bogus addresses, al which they
wer.- instructed to call for their pay. if
ho was cornered ho would write Ibo
lllliubor of SOII10 llOUSO at random on a
card, willi tho name ho assumed for tho
moitu n), and tell ibo litiokman to bo
sure ami Old I al .'? o'clock, as ho was to
dino out ut G. - Washington Cor. Chica
Tho Utility of Hobbles.
With a hobby thu poorest clerk or tho
wealthiest millionaire ls supplied with
a dufouse neal nat donroa.don und worry
Will li i< prlcoloSS. Take Hie ease of ii
bookkeopor w ho is confined to his doslt
for eight or ten hours a day. If ho can
cultivate a tasto for botany or geology
it will give an opportunity for reg
ular excursions into tho oounfry, whilo
lie oan annlyzo and arrange his apooi
mons during his loisttro hours in thc
evening. If ho has a tahait f??r me
chanics, Woodcarving, carpentry, pot
ter)'. OT nny of tho hundred pursuits in
to which enter doftnoss of hand rind
quickness of OVO aro open to inn Tim
hours which would hang hoav?v on bi.s
hands were ho wit bout any hobby seem
all too short for the pleasant work that
Ito conics lo with a feeling of relief. Ho
hus a rosom co against business worry
thal will add toil yunis to Ins life and
that will stand in good stead should
misfortune or loss of loved one! como
upon him. It is tho samo with ibo rloll
man, save that he h is Opportunities lo
dovolop his pa dines entirely hm omi tho
rcacli of tho poor cl. ik. 1'raotiOally,
however, the two ntllfil stand on thosamo
fooling. Thoy must cultivate rt tasto
for simplo and wholesome plea-tires
which do I10t depend on money for their
gralillcalioii. - zan l'rQiiOf?CO tftdtrjin.
AiXOTIIEIt UL&CK BXOD??.
i Mun,II i olored l?? opt* ?? Binlgr?t? luSouili
(From tho KOW Volk rtni.)
TOPBKA, KAN , .lan. -Thrco youri
lKo several well-known ?*l nien, "><??.
i? moans, met to conui as lo lue best
uotluxlol relieving their people frotu tuc
YOI so lunn servitude that prevails In Me
ix t roi no Beinhorn tftiiloa? csiwclally in
Louisiana, Mississippi end South Carolina.
Vftcr carefully studyin tho plan of gov
ernment of tho varhtm countries open to
hom, thoy arrived at tito conclusion that
South America was tho land thal wood
dvo them sheller mid a homo. Tho pun
?ic was not called upon for contributions,
hui these mon som out educated agonis,
wans., reports an- now coining in. Ibo
Uulti. is, lhnr.ll and thc Argentine Collied*
mull ai were examined as to climate, lands,
] iv. :nni pt h lieges.
While these agents were mit. their pilli*
ctpals quietly etfeolcd u secret organiza
tion, whose head is.ia Topeka, for the
purpose ol spreading tho news hy nu ans
.a i rust worthy agenta throughout tho
i?utii m Blah Tin nien tine, organ!/.*
I i presen! m inly ti?.?O?.OOO, their own
. ?. (?.j ., ,-.\ propi i ly. Before the end ol
- i$ ll lie . il lill CXOtlUS fl - ?111 lin' Sotltll*
ern Statis -v?. i h ive commenced thal will
carr,v olt more than a million of lahorors
; . Pic cotton, hugill' and rico Heids,
WIICJC they nie now al work, while thc
lohne. Held . will yii ld their tull ipiottt.
\Vhili lhere will ho two coloidea or out*
lilting paints citaliltshetl hi Honduras and
Cusin i i i, thc mum clforls nf this uaw
organizad, n w iii ho directed i<> niovihn Hie
. lurid people td South America, There
.\ ll he Settlements established in Ihe
(Jiiiann Highlands, directly north of Mic
equator, nail In Ihe I'm/.Lo.n lllglilnnds,
on die -mli rn irHml liles of die Ainii/dii,
:.? which will lie direcied (hose-people
ci ming hom Florida and Southern Aid
binni Ml - Issipi i und Nutiisiiinti, Fnilhcr
11 . iinlgrall in di pi i ivill he est ti li
ll lusl in tho Argentine Coiihidcratloti for,
pi plc from Kentucky, Tennessee, Sundi
Carolina and fiori hern (Mnhania. Missis
sippl .uni l/iuidaun lind 'texas.
Iiiipnrtanl concessions will bo unido by
Ihe llriixitinii and Argentine governments
lu the way of hinda and Iminuiiiiy front
lax ilion, tuai nid in irani p< dallon, which
will plitt.O Hie now h MO iv tl li tn the reach
of ail Who cnn iconic ihoiiey clihuglt to
e i v llieiu through thc llisl neilson, Tie ir
right* titi . pVivilegi - i * citizens hu gunr
iitili'i'd, ami, owing to the mixed blood al
rcadj existing iii} onie iii I hose countries;
their color will iiotdehai I hem froiil poilll
\ llnrr.T of Um ?Utiles,
j ViciOHIA DlitTlsii Coi.l . III v, .1.lunary
25. An explodion orlan rc? I yestoidny in
Wellington collier"! ,v !,?;, nvc i tw o hundred
miners wen work, ll w m ni llrsl sup
pi rd Ihni ii< ll yes Wop! fi >l, hs the minors
wore rapidly hoisted out, bul it is now he
Ik veil til . ninety or mol o were killed or
MiU'ociiieil, Tin ls al Uii td ll went V \> liifi*
uliners laken hom tho rani.- hint
night, aaa llieic ute ahoiil sovoify more
men jilli) ia the liihii . ..nd I lt?? ti is 'ho na
sou i ?* believing i hid any oi theil) are alive,
and nu h..;.. .?i - iving ?i i . lue entertain'
. d', rim e finiil lu ol die inch ; -.?I Iii lite
mino are Chin inion, Thole is no scarcity
nf voSuniiirs, nail ellleinlH und o ? it ploy c cit
of the Vancouver Coal Company nfc ; ron -
dell ... r> ie ?stmico ri ipi In ii; How the
cxptii ni to pim e ks ii mystery j
\\ I. a ?n, inn. ,| Kb i i
A cut iou1) eumplientloii hus uiis II ju
eonseqin in c of thc murder of the Wool
folk i itiil. by Ti III \\ i . di Ik i tin M .con,
<hi , v. . m ii' die htosi levelling
trag . of lids ? i ra loti. I'hc mur
d rer now lies th jail under sentence of
di alli, oui h. lui luci iippri ... lied hy ibo
du Irs ol Imth liiii muriieri d hither ii ni j sh p
n ollie,- No om-lae tile Ctmdomi'.Cil nun
hu w i ilia pi -1 icu I irs ol ibo - lime. If I o
killi -i ;,e iA(h i ., lu stepmother'.* i.- i s
w il cue lulu i |K] uri port y j bm i- Ids
mo her dad ll rsi, lib surviving sister*
. ? . . pi ; ? \
full i nfl -i m i?. ii i?.?; monster ls i \
peel il before lil: i ?. . .-: itt lu Order lu eli ?i
I lin u mill ou w ? .. n I i t!". United
States ? i- wotktni? !. i v ages. Tho im.u
wno .atilt ! kinny ii. ii i n\ \,-,..? nciite
a wifti whose w ige will ii ak. hid hoirie
A TONGUE fN KNOTS.
I coi tracted innlarirt tn Hie swum ps of
'. . . . e.. ... i n, rkno? for the loic*
graj |i coutptuiy, nu : us i every kind ol
mod ici no I could in ii iii without rei.cf.
i at I ii i siitw ci dei! in breaking ?lie feyer,
but il ci I tm ov.r S KM). Ol), and th?, n my
systi tia wu i ?TO tritt? d ami. al ?rated with
malarial . - on and I I conn . almost
li Ipi* s, - llnally a ima h.mv mr.nth
ho ii;.' I ? th son .s th .? i c .aid "sciircolv
eat, and tuy tongun raw and ? let with
liltic liuots. Val ri i remedies wera re
sorh ! io \.it!e..e eile a. I I ought two
hpllh o' ?;- I*, i'-- "?nd n linn cured and
. t' : '.. ?" <i IUO. All M.re.s of lay
? '? '?? .". 1 ? ned mv tongue entire
r' . sud i .rouens, and 1 foe
Ino a now m m.
ilaoltaon, Ti an., April ?fX 1--M;.
A. F. HlllTTON.
Sf il-d' .li >t VI S.
A Mom" lt HM A ll K.\ JIM' (?ASH ?,e ROIiOFUhs
AM) un: i M \ i IHM,
I havo ll littlo li -y twolvo vears elli
"]t y; ' ivo e. eu iir.uv*ii almost
doulile and his joints are perfectly st.if,
and ito has in en in ihis condition three
yeats, unable to w ilk. During timi timi
tho i-, ii.- d i. ard ol Li indo!) count v ? A.
??min il him au I pronotiuoed thc di? usc
BI i ifulrt ami pn scribed, but t?o b< tn Ht
ev? r ii rivi ib I then m :? ?, muoh ad
v. -f.d imiparaliou without bonoflt
tan, we i s ago ho l (came perfectly
helpless and HtilTerc 1 dreadfully,
A fri md who h.-. : n ,,.| j;, it, ? jj ",-,.
vised it i.. ,-. Ho . usod one hetti,,
and all pniu Manet aetd and ho can now
walk, ihis lias been a mont wonderful
rn, aa his oom plain I had haflled
j yorything, 1 shall oontimio to uso Hon
him. .Mi,.;. EMMA ?iin inns.
I tiltia, Tenn., March iH*ii.
w l3BBCn% ABK., BLOOD,
lin iigtosh 1 '. i!. B, and found it io
po nil that is claimed for it, I commend
t lo nny ami ? vi ry ono finfforiOg from
. i pei ion. lt baa done me more
good for less money and In a shorter
ipaee Ot timo than any blood pu ri lier I
overused, I owe tho comfort of my
Ufo to ita uso, for I have been troubled
with a si -.er,. f,,rn) ,,f blood poleon for 0
Or 'i y nrs .UKI found ?0 relief equal to
Lh;.t given by .h.j u/o of li. ll. JJ.
W. c. MOGAUIW,
Webb City, Atk., May :l, i.'Wg,
.MI ?rho d?sire nui information ft'-.m tho
-?.in-ef ,"icun: , mood PoUons.Horofiila.nr1
^rofaiouswmnu ' leers, sores, s hon mn
i nm. Kidney tonYputnts, i'?lnrrii cm,can
?ooi a . niHll. free, a eojiy our nu.?!
? i di cl Knvili .a Wonders, rliCd wlih ihe most
K??ril" ^?tjMfl "Ina proel ? vcr u. ore
known. Address, OUOOII BAliM O0\j
DESKS, OFFICE FURNITURE ANO FIXTURE8.
TKMBLK NUiJW CASK co., N**UTIIIO, Toiifl,
,i r , V<?,--HUICH," Scaly ?*
lt CHU'. I
i iii Chu
<. i.is. sii.l len cents tn,stamps lor u
? 1,7.tu.. with colored pl?tes, en Bkiii
BffiSacSwrS? sanio aniomtl for u treatise
' 'Wi? i'U' niAftOl>0l?? ?HB IJIFB."
?Moli H Scrofula ol ^i??1 F'1'."?".' m?"'
. MU . liylhlsreMMHly H I ikonibo
rn... ' M t shines ?I the al?ense nw lyaoht I.
BSSn Its inarvelouH |Miwer over this lorrlbh
r..i.i cl?'iw. when lirai offyrhiK lhis now
, i i....tv 1.1 Hie nullit?, Dr. PiKucn
IV'.. . ? ???? ??iiCJi ??>
Himina?>n < ??-?V b1M\TW? m "i
finura ns I .> I '"?"' for il "'V".' ''.
S ii?woii rmi .""1 vn ??.??>??.
Lwnirthi'n . sit. . "Ive, '" "' " '??w"?*
n . .is. m nu?! .rltlve proiier.
tii ts uni i ."\ ''. 1 - . " !"!'",>
riiisnmiitlun. l>ht lor ???
< ?. ronlo i?i>
Liver, Blood, and Liin?js.
ir vu reel il Ul, drowsy, debilitated, hhvo
?allow color ol Hklli. ot yellowish brown snots
* V . "? I .. in owe.?dache .;? Utah
,, , i,.,.! f. m mouth, Internal he? or
"i f,,; -i- ?oh liol lluslies. low si? i; ta
.. 1 : . . r< i IHMIIIIKS. Itaviruhir iippctlto,
? ? i . .H . you ?re BUfferlnk rroni
";(i i?y?;|H<|>sln, mid 'lorpm
?I VA :. iiHiMi1''"." 1,1 ??"?J
? nly l.1 ,:" ." ayinirtonn nro expe
,,",.1 . L u -,. M -iv for nil MI.II CHM*,
?ri I'ler. . i* Holden Medical DI ?.
' 77,, \i ?Jan, Spilling of
niooilf Shoftnes? ol ttreiilh, Wron.
rV,ltlf,V AMIIUU?, sever? Coughs, and
. iVuiivu ni ai Ho; , lt I nu eOMenl remedy.
?j j? , luiruoi n -. ul ?l.00, oe S?.X
1 ... ,"i ;. ., . i.: ; In Mumps r?'i- Dr. Pierce's
tote on I'oiwtunpllnh. 'Vddrew,
- m i rn |)|H|>enn:irj Mod teni A?*n
i ?.ilion, OW Main 1 ' I1UITAI.O, N. V.
(?a? AI $500 REWARD
Y ; I & nts I
- .iffon l hy tho propri?t?
. i la. Suite's ' tolnrrh Itemed)
i, . i HM ot catari li whieh
ll , eaiuiol cure, lt you
?nive i? 'ii >eluif(co rronl Hu
.. ci" aislvo or otherwise, partial I- is ol
il ,". hi o in..-, weak pyes, dnll iwlii
2"?,, you have Catarrh, rfcou
RiuiiU ol ou? 8 toriiilnnlo tn eonsunmtloit.
. fii K< ? iMTAitniiltKMimvcu^i'howin-st
r uui i h. "<'ol?i m Hie Ilea?!?"
mid Ctttarrhttl HoitdacUo. W couts.
P I Li 1. S.
Tim jmtlv colobrnted HO?TI1EUN
VEOETAHLE PIIJIJ having hoon iweil
u housohold remedy for tho past half
coutttry, in all Ute riouthoi ti and Weah i n
ytatos, for tho cure of Dyspepsia, Hil
: iiisness, Malaria und all diseases of tho
Li\ ?H, liavo, hy tin ir
miincd t!i" ?upromaoy over all other
I ll.l.s on the market. After uno trial
you will join-tho ory for .'UILDKIVH
rlLTiH" with the ton million people ol
thu 1 lilted States who are now using
If your morchant has not ^ot thom,
sond 20 cont i in stamps to
G. BABBETT & CO.,
L* it I VAT Si ?OAR?INdl.
ON THE fl HST Ol' OOTOHEIt, tho
undersigned oponed a
FIRST CLASS IH)AUI)1N(J IIOUSK
in Charleston, for tho accommodation of
holli Transient and Permanent Hoarders.
The lhiildiug, looatcilou the northeast
corner of Went win th and (?Ioho fitroetS,
is conveniently near the hnsinoes portiou
of King street, yet free from tho uoiao
of tho thoroughfares, lt in within cosy
roaoh fruin tho Acadomy of .Mmie and
fnnu Olutrohcfl of all tho diiTorent de
Tho house has beau thoroughly re
paired, mu? lilted np in K(?>d style willi
new furniture and llxtiires,
For further information address -
Mi H, 13. IC. II AS 10LL,
or Miss S. S. BD WAH LH,
Charleston, S. C
ifESSEJ?S THE PAlji ^tgl>
ISA LINIMENT PHRFLCTLY
HARMLESS AUD SHOULD DE USED A
n w MUNTHS.narone cONTINCML N J.
HE ND FOR BOOK IO MOTHERS i
FC JBRADF?VI? D'RE G?L?T?R C?d
lu_AIL ANTA.GA. Jj
PITTS C AUMIN ATI VE!
POM INVAKTfl AMI
TEETHING OHIL DREN.
AJ? Instant rollo! for coho of Infant?.
Ouro? Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Cholera
Infantum or any uisoaaos of tho stomach
and bowels. Makes tho criticui period
?>f 11 etliiiif( safo and easy. Is a safe and
plcaHiut tonic. Poi side hy all dnigpists,
and for wholesale by MOWAKD, Wir.i.ar
A Co., Angnata, On.
CiiAULOri'K I KMALK INS'llll ll;.
Tho current session of this Institute
doses Jaunary 21st, 18H8, when tho
Spring Session begins, which omis Juno
Tho present fission is ono of WJO mo.it
prosp?rons in tho history of tho Insti
tute. Thoro is room for only a few moro
boarding pupils. Tho health of H , .
school, thc accommodations of its ho .ul
ing department, and tho oflloiouoy nf its
corps of teachers aro unsurpassed any
Where in tho South. Tho first of January
e. A very convenient timo for entering,
i'npilsaro charged only from dato of
Hov. WM. H. ATKINSON,
(Jharlotto, N, 0.