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POLITICAL CALANDAR FOR 1892.
Election Day, Tuesday. Nov. s.
States voting for President:
y : All.
States voting for Members of Congress
(House of Representative):
All, except Oregon, where two mem
bers have already been chosen. (Ver
mont elects Sept. 6, Maine Sept. 12,
others Nov. 8.)
Other LegislaLure to
State Omcers. Elect U.S.Senate.
Governor. Iowa. California.
Alabama. Ohio. Delaware.
Colorado. New York.
Illinois. Legislature Only.
Iim9eoVa. Electors Only
Miivori. Congressman Only. Oregon.
NosthCatollna. Rhode Island.
electoral College,y18r ................444
Neeisary to a cnole.... . .
The States which went Republican in
1888 have gained under the new appor
tionment the number of electoral votes
Ws Vaornia.......... Nebraska.........
Ililnois .............._L Pennsylvania ...-.2
:.: aSnsaa............. ..1 W isconsin........
-- Massachusetis ...._1...
Minnesota ...c. .... ... - Tota -...--.-----14
The States which went Democratic
in 188 have gained under the new ap
portionment the votes following:
Alabama .... ..... ...1 New Jersey................
ranana....................... Tx1 W .sconsin .................'
r.. Michigan, which gave 13 -electoral
votes to the Republican party in 1888
has 14 votes this year, to be chosen by
Thenew States, which d notvotein
1888, but will in 1892: .
IDAHO 3 sozE,.
Republican In 1888 by . .......1.....4......7
gRepublican In 1890 by...........
MONTAX.A 3 voTES.
Republicana r in 1888 b 512
Democratic in 1890 by2:. ................ 283
Republican In 1888 by................1,47
Bepublican in 1890 by.... ...................2,14
* S~~OTAKOA VOTEs.
-- RepublIcan In 1888 by....,.......... ... ... ....5,i26
Remoer anl In 1890 by....................28
- ORTH DATOrA 3 voTES.
Republieanin 1888 7......................,371
Be publican in 1880 by.............. ..............44
sOUTE AOr 4 voTEs.
EepubHecan in 1888 by...............0,14
R epubHecan In 1890 by..................,95
--O AOT TON STvoTESIN7.
Bep blan -in 100.by..........a...........----.....,2
Souh icaonta 8 b..... ................... ....s,9
They stood by One Another and then Cursed
LWashington Correspondence Louis
ville Courier Journal.]
There is a chumship in the United
States Senate that is a closer relation
than. the chumship of our schoolboy
days and almost as close as common
hate. Beck and Allison were such a
pair, Don Cameron and Butler, of
South Carolina; Vest and Plumb, Ed
munds and Thurman, and so on.
When a republican rascal in the
treasury department was about to be
turned out by Higgins, a republican
senator would rush over to his demo
cratic chum and say: "I want you to
save a poor devil in the treasury. He
Is not fit for anythicJ else, and if he is
-turned outi I will have to support him.
Here is his name: go see Manning and
have him retained. It is a work of
- charity, and I will not forget yon if the
sua ever shines on my side of the
The democratic senator rushesa down
to see Manning and storms around
awhile, and keeps the fellow in. Then
he goes back to the i'enate and spends
the rest of the day cussing Cleveland
for not turning the rascals out. Now
that is not only history but it is truth.
It was done in hundreds and hundreds
of cases, and had David B. Hill been
elected president in 1884 he would have
I~. made as many enemies because of
spoils as Mr. Cleveland made.
The whole fact of the business is that
postmasters, United States miarshais,
collectors of internal revenue and some
other Federal officials cught to be
elected directly by the people.
Amenlties of Journalism in Alaska.
lJuneau City Mining Record.]
,There are other- facts wh ich should
be investigated in Alaska, which Mr.
Dongal will no doubt do on returning
from Sitka. The accusation is also
made in the Press-Times that .the
Mining Record did not dare to publish
certain letters. This to a certain ex
tent is true, for the simple reason that
for publishing certain facts threats
have been made by a Government
oficeer of throwing our newspaper out
fit into the bay. Such proceedings are
not pleasant to contemplate when all
we have in the world is invested in the
Then, again, when we publish any
thing which does not settle well on the
stomachs of some officials we are ar
rested for libel and dragged 180) miles
from our home and business at great
expense, and placed under bonds to
await the action of a Grand Jury to
exonerate us. If we had suffleient
means to employ counsel and pay -our
fare to Sltka -every month or six weeks
many faets would be published, whieb,
ALL IGUT wNITHOUT REGISTRATION
Chairman Irby Says All Democrats Cal
Vote, Papers or no Yapers,
Club or No Club.
The Register yesterday received th
GADSDEN, S. C., July 1M.
Editor Register, Columbia:
Dear sir-We would like for you t
tell us, tbrough your very popular col
umns, if it is necessary for a voter 1
have a registration certificate and to b
a member of a democratic club in ordt
to) vote in the August primary?
Realizing the importance of the qut
tion and the gravity of the issues de
pendent upon the answers, the editc
of the Register telegraphed the Hor
John L. M. Irby, chairman of tb
State Democratic executive committe
for the necessary information. Th
course was pursued with a full cot
sciousness that Senator Irby was bettt
qualified than any one else to pri
nounce upon the subject. This effoi
on the part of the people's paper wi
be greatly appreciated by its thousanc
of readers when they peruse the follov
ing emphatic declaration of the Stal
chairman, which was receivtd ]a!
WASmjNuTON, D. C., July 18.
Hon. T. L. Gantt, Columbia, S. C.
In answer to your telegram, I won
say that it is not necessary to have
registration ticket in order -to vote i
the primary election. The constiti
tion is silent upon this subject, but.tl
custom since 1S76 and the constitutic
allow any known Democrat to vote.
J. L. M. IRBY,
- -State Chairniar.
Georgia Third Partyta s.
ATLA-NTA, July 20.-The Third parl
convention was called to order in ti
hail of the House of Represen tatives;
the State capitol at 10 o'clock th
morning by C. C. Post, chairman
the provisional State committee. I
said the party was organized in evei
county in Georgia and was sure
victory. M. T. Branch, of Columbu
was chosen temporary chairman. I
said the subsidized press had radicul
the Third party because it had i
leaders but little David Tom Watsc
would relegate to the rear all Northen
Gordons, Colquitts and Livingstone
After the appointment of a commi
tee on credentials and platform, t
convention adjourned until. I o'cloc
when a full State ticket will be pl
out, headed by W. L. Peek, of Roc
dale. The attendance at the conve:
tion is not as large as at the Democrat
convention, but the hall of the Hou
of Representatives was 'comfortab
filled. There are two negro delegat
here from Burke County. .
FIGHTING FOR EVERYTHING.
ATLANTA, July 20.-Win. L. Pet
was nominated for Governor with 11
full State ticket. The electoral tick
was also put in the field. The trer
of the speeches was that the Peopht
party meant an end to sectionalist
The platform. endorsed the Omal
declarations and denounced the tax
as being too-high.
THIRD PARTY IN FLORIDA.
JACK~SONVILLE, FLA., July 21.-T
People's party delegates were slow
getting together this morning, as
was nearly 1 o'clock whern the conve
tion adjourned last night. Tney g
quickly to work, however, and up
noon had added the following nomin
tions to the State ticket: Secretary
State, R. A. Montsalvotage, of Monr<
County; Treasurer, A. N. Cheef,
Hernando; Justice of Supreme Con:
D. L. McKinnon, Jackson., With ti
exception of Baskin, the nominee i
Governor, the ticket so far is made
of men unknown outside of their ov
homes and with no public records b
At the afternoon session the Stal
ticket was completed with the exce]
tion of Attorney Generah
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castori!
The woman Was Victor..
[Detroit Free Press.]
We wvere going through Canada, at
as soon as we eutered the queen's da
minions a St. Louis man who was.i
the smoking car with us began to tall
"No petticoat government for me,
he was saying, "I want to get out<
this country as quick as I can. Lte
fou, gentlemen, I never did believei
petticoat government. Women are a
right in their proper spheres, but whe
it comes to government-"
At this moment the car door opene<
and through the volume of s'moke
stern visaged, spectacled woman pri
"Is that you,IHiram? Iguessyou"
smoked about enough. Come brac
into the sleeper. It makes me sie
and dizzy to stay here. Come, hurr
up." And she held the door ope
while she waited.
And Hiram meekly followed he
without a single protest against til
home article of petticoat governmnen
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
shippeds n Car,laire ae Ma,il.
A complete buggy im sections1 was u<
long ago shipped fronm this countryt
Mexico by the paree! post.-Philsde
- MD EASY!
"C MOTHESs' FR:sso " is a scienltific
ally prepared Linimntt, every ing;re
dlient of recogrnized value and in,
constant use by the rmedical pro
.fession. These ingredien ts are comn
binedin amanneriherto unknown
WVLL DO all that is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to "MOTHERS " mailed FREE, con
taining v'aluable informnatica and
Sent by ex press on rce~ipt of price $1.50 per bottJ
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atanta. Ga.
THE PIEDMONT POET.
n A. B. Wilbiarna Moved to Write Stirrin;
[Greenville News Editorial.]
With garments soiled and blackened,
e in the dust her haughty crest,
With a tyrant's grip upon her throat.
his heel upon her breast,
The brave old State is calling to every
o To hasten to her helping, ere the evil
work be done
Ere her glory fades forever behind a
0 cloud ofshanie,
e Ere scorn and mioeking laughter greet
r her long hoiiore'l namue.
She is calling, she is calliig, an<d we
hearken to her call ;
Hurrying to her rescue, we aus wer, one
- and all
"Here and ready, rmother ! Here and
t armed t fight
r"To battle ii) your quarrel, to s'rike
i- hard for your right."
e The answer rings back c arly from
every loving son
That we are her's, and her's al>me, un
IS til this light is won,
- For the waiting time is over, and the
er hour is on us when
. Cowards and laggards must give back
and leave clear space for en ;
t There are brave works, brave deeds to
Is Till the bated tyrant lifts his heel, his
. hated clutch is broken,
Le Till we lift the brave old mo:h.r,- with
eloving, tender care,
tTo face the world with head erect and
her banners flaunting fair,
Till once more the strong palmetto
tree towers wide and high
To tell of hope and joy and pride to
d every patriot eye,
a Till the tyrant and the traitor have
in found their shameful fate
And the State we love and honor is no
imore prostrate State.
in Children Cry Pitcher's Castoria.
English as She is Spelt.
[From the New Western Magazine.]
It was in one of our schools theother
day where I picked up the following
y thrilling composition, written by a
le twelve-yar-old girl, which is on of
at the best pieces of English as she is
s "spelt" that I have yet seen:
of "A right suite little buoy, the son of
fe a kernel, with a rough his neck,
ry flue up the road as quick as a dear.
of After a thyme he stopped at a house
s, and wrung the belle. His tow hurt
le hymn and he kneaded wrest. He was
two tired to raze his fare, pail face, and
10 a feint mown of pain rose from his
s, "The made who held the belle was
* about to pair a pare, but she through it
' down and ran with all her mite, for
2e fear her guessed would not weight; but
when she saw the little wontiers stood
ut in her eyes at the site. Ewe poor dear!
k- Why do you lye. hear? Are yew dyeing?'
n' 'Know,' he said, 'I am feint.' She boar
.C him inn her arm., as she aught, to a
se room where he might be quiet, gave
ly him bred and meet, held a cent bottle
es under his knows, untide his choler,
rapped him up warmly, gave him a
suite dracham from a viol, till at last
ek he -went fourth as hail as a young
id Children Cry fo'r PitCher's Castoria~
The Mt. Etna Eruption.
1a ROME, July" 22-The eruptions of Mt.
es Etna are increasing in violence, especi
ally on the Western side of the moun
tain. Vil'ages at the foot of the moun
a tain were shaken almost continually by
in earthquakes. The inhabitants pass
it ihours daily in prayer in the streets. The
n- stream of lava approaching Nicolsi
ot lost force last night; but this afternoon
toagain began flowing toward the town.
a- The lava streams have already des
oftroyed many mountain huts. King
ye |Humbert has sent 20,000 francs to be
of distributed among the poor.
'. Physicians endorso P. P. P. as a splendid
combination, and prescribe it with great
satisfaction for the cures of all forms and
stages of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary
Syphilis, Syphilitie Bheumatism, 8erofu
f ious Ulcers and Sores, G1andularSwellinigs,
II Rheumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
that have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
21 .. Ronwoisuj
.Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercurial Boison, Tetter,
Scald Head, Etc., Etc.
e P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an ox.
Scellent appetizer, building up thre system
t- Ladies whose systems are poisoned and
whose blood is in an impare condition due
o to menstrual irregularities are peCuliarly
. benefited by the wonderful tonic and blood
cleansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
Ash, Poke 1Root and Potassium.
U.PPMAN BROS., Druggists, Proprietors,
Ippman's Block, SAVANNAH, GA.
H l i AMERCA
iste BsT EEE oNTHE MaErET thisyear.
AUE the combination of
~ the celebrated G.a J.
UL.UbUkPU~Pneumatic ire and,
spring Frame makcesriding on it a luxury.
TRY IT AND- EE CONVINCED.
* Send for illustrated
S & JEFFERY
WI L.L VAVY
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCK, 1
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattre sses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a home,
delivered at your depot at the same
pricethat you buy them in Augusta
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar va lue for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I wW deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., dep-t, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
get many other suites in Walnut,
Ok, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special BargainN~o. 2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors,.crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a large number of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hen< e
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R KR depot for $33.00. Eesides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7A00, al freight
Special Baro'ain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up completi for $11.50 all
ebarges paid to your depot, or a 5
hole range with trimmings for 515.
Besides these I have the largest
stoek ot cooking stoves in the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Ranges and the CHARLTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire*
gauze doors. I am delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid at the price of an
ordinary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves umde.
Full particulars by mail.
100 ro!ls of mastLing 40 yds to Lt
roll $5.75 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 25cts. each
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 a et on
spring roller and fringed at 376 cis.,
each. You must pay your own 1
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks. Now see bere,
I cannot quote you everything I
have got in a store con tainirg22,Gt 0
feet of floor room, besides atn an
ne.xes and factory in another pant
of the tow I sh all he pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THE
HEsaLDo ANt) .:mys, published a
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. II., or orn cont
signmient. I refer you to the editor s
and publisbers of this naper or to
any banking concerna in Augustau,
or to thze Southern Express Co.. 21l
of whom know mec persoid.ly.
L. F. PADGETT.
uigugia, - - m .
Proprietor of Paidgett's :- irI -
ture, Stove. and Carret Sto .s
Fr.ctory, Harrison Sr
MURDERED BY A CIGAEETTE.
The Si,ockina Fate of a Youn;; Lady o
To the Editor of the News and Cou
ier: A young lady, Mise Lizzie L:tan
ey, lesiding four wiles from i1arr.well.
ost her life a few days since under cir
,umstances which, as a war.ii;ig to
>thers, and especially the young ladies
>f the country, should be witely pub
This young lady, Mis< Langley, was
.eeeiving the at enitin of a young man
ddictted to eigarttte sma ;ing. On Sun
lay he was taking her in a baggy to a
!hureh in the nighh,rhood. Indlulg
ug this ahoninable habit on the road.
;one of the toh.-co wn tire fell from his
sigarette to the foot of the buggy, and
u a few ntoumeints 'he youn, lady's un
lerclothing was abb;z.". There was no
lelp save the heroic ittirts of another
oung man on hi way to the church,
ith no itiwatts of extinguishi fg he
She lingered for a .i"'rt while in the
ntost exerutiating agony, and perished
n the bloom of youth and beauty, a
acrifice to the foolish and unirestrained
ndulgence of a very coin mon practice
with our ynuti- int,n. It i" ho-ed
hat this terrible result will prevent
onng men in future, in the conpatny
if ladies, from inuiniiig i, tlhis habit,
nd that yountt ladies will refuse their
omipany to s!eih as offer to smoke in
heir presence. Ent.:xt.
A Frag-nent of H i+t.,rv.
Editor ot lit-raiod atti News:: it your
sne of June 29t h. you say that never
>efore in the history of t he e't;t rv has
he saiie ian b*ein im tin eii for the
>resileney for three su'-eessive terims.
Please to allow a correi-ction here. As a
uistorical fact, I'h,ni-t Jetters-m was
he Relpublicatn candiitate (noninee) in
791;: but defeated by John Adams
eflerson receiving 68 electoral votes
nd Adams 71. Again, in 1800 Jef1er
on was the Republicau nominee, and
dected-receiving 73 electoral votes and
kdamis 6.5. And in 1804, Jefferson was
he Republican nominee and elected,
-eceiving 162 electoral votes, and Chas.
3. Pinckney, Federalist 14. Here then
s one wan who was the peoples' idol
or three terms. Would that the party
ould now boast of such a statLsman,
:ure patriot, and wi e and safe lead
In reference to Andrew Jackson we
fnd this: In 1821 there were four Repub
iican candidates. It is not stated
whether they were nominees, but the
tference is that they were. In this
u"rub race for the presidency as it is
-alled, no one received a majority of
he votes, and the election was carried
aito the House of Representatives, and
john Quincy Adams was here elected,
slthough Jackson had received the
bighest vote, popular and electoral, of
any one of the four. William H. Craw
lord and Henry Clay were the other
sandidates (nominees?). In 1828, An
Irew Jackson was again the Republican
nominee. At this time the name was
shianged to Democratic. Jackson was
elected over his opponent J. Q. Adams,
the National Republican candidate.
Jaekson received 178 and Adams 83
electoral votes. In 1832 Jackson was
Igain nominee or the Democratic party
mnd elected, receiving 230 electoral
rotes, and Henry Clay, National Re
Martin Van Buren, Democrat, was a
sandidate three times, but not in suc
iession. Henry Clay w:.s, also, a can
idate three times, but not in succes
don. Trhese fucts are given as informa
:ion to some of your readers, who may
aot be posted in regard to the political
istory of our country. This is an
nteresting subject, and merits the
ttention of every student of American
distory. PA TRIOT.
July 8, 1892.
she Did Not "Look Pleasant "
[Rocky Mountain News.]
A Presby erian divine recently vis
ited this city only to have a somrewhat
startling experience. While near the
Union Depot he thought it would be a
ine thing to shoot his kodak at
z Ut squza.J, but when the
quaw saw the kodak pointedi to
ward her she thought she was lbeing be
wiched, anid, pullitig a large knife
rom1 under an apology for a dress, she
uade a desperate lunge fo,r ' he dominie.
Ee saw wbhat was coming and dropped
~he kodak in hI.s frigh t and made i very
indignified dire fori the other side of
he street. The squaw- captured the
witchi instrument, and. after demolish
ng it, replaced her knife with a satih
'ctory grunt and marched triu mnphant
-Fair Exch,ange. ..
She- amn going In wear suspenders
HIe-1 am going to take iihine off.
.endI me your b,elt.-Philadlelphiia Re
Helhfor the Baby,
e , Pleasure for the Parents,
New Life for the Old Folks.
' 'TEMPERANCE DRINK
of the home. -A 25 cent
package makes 5 gnIlons of
a delicions, strengthening,
Don't be deceived if a dealer, for
the sake of larger profit, tells you
some other kind is " just as good "
--'ts false. No tmitation is as gooc
as the genuine lImES'.
WOTICE OF SETTLEMEN~T
[ WELL MAKE A SETTLEMENT
on t he personal estare ofJamies W.
Villiamus, deceased, on the* first dlay of
uust, 1892, in t he Probiate Court for
iewberry County, and( immediately
bereafter will apply for letters dismis
>ry as Administrator of said estate.
All persons holding demands against
id estate are hereby required to pre
~nt them duly attested as required by
w on that day or else be barred.
GEO. S. MOWER,
As Administrator, &c., of Jas. W.
Trial. Why sufler from the
kind of weakness, or other
xoid keep you in health.
to any oe on tril reD
tt ests nothng
H23h -uaranteed to lst for yeers.
ce scent lerit
1 to-day.Give waist measure,
IT IS A DUTY you owe yourself and fasn.
Economize in your footwear by paraehsss 1
W. L. Douglas Shoes, which repr sez
best value for prices aked, as 1he
will ' NO SUBSTLTUT&.4.
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CEN IEE
THE BEST SHOE m TIlE WORLD FORIE t
A genuine sewed shoe that ilt act ri, Sa the
i*c'r se. *es, moo**Iide, ".aen eom
sold at the price. Equalacustom made shoUsosg$
and $5 Hand-sewed, snenaifs.e
mos stlis, esyand durable shoes ever sl
ce attherice. alfe esun
$8 t 30 ee Sboe, woratrms an l of
others who want a good heavy a, thre
oe w arm. or
M e Cf,25 and $2.0 Wbek
$2e~~~~ inmnshosilie mceweartoethe
mnoney thananyothermake. eyaremadefoessr
vice The increasing sales show that w sma
have found this out.
desired. Thy areverystyliahcomfortabsanddsu
ble. TheS3.ooeealcnstom madeshoeseotng
f 4mto6A0f. Ladles whowhtoeionoils
the y rfootwearare tundtrmaing the thissi
stamped on the bottom of each shoe: lookfoItY
whenyo buy. Bewareof dealers sem
stitute other5akes forthem. Such are
fraudulent and subject to prosecution by law fcr ob l
taning money underfalse ptenoes. t
W. L. DO7GAS Brockton. lfess. &ld?a
O. M. 'JAMIESON. .M
Tocconstipatre r thebow
elsshould be avoided iwstheit
Opowerofmotion. A gentlea e
cftect is only required. Tut t iny
Liver Pills wre prepared witha
"iews to tho permanent cure 0 -
COSTVENESS and HEADAC L
Theyare mild an. remainInth sys
?a nataral flow o?bfleand their toaie
*properties impart power to the bow0 C
els to remove unhealthy -ccumuls-t
"re[tfromhoneot Sal O
Price, 25c. OCie, 39ParkP1aee,. L ,
-wi Ath EI"lve Choice-l
We resf and Liq oI', b
p de t mIn gr
n n s 6,ew Yak Oly. ge
On Tap or nBRotles la Fresh,
Lors Suppliend inatiis to..nhao Sui,z
Wenil yo a vi~sitaoewe, t2 remember
andve s trua. ll. 5a.4 b3
DR. 0. J. F. 1COUE Y, iEL?W Alt
0? LEI IIY!ACE
Good ualiy Flor an
an tha is inyour
The mill isoin oy ndivda oHCharge,
LL UPERSON flIDN
Thqueshed tpRestento the easly at
W hsted, to meo tom qatore,WHr a
CI HNRS, PEOLES -
(oticned of ina Seytlemt "nre
and shbe estate ofp J~ oh Banum pit
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Arrive#a==3.om..n asam 30mpin
Depert-Caeemn 60am 808pm
Arrive 1namnSa 1,- -#
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Arrive Annt.J1 Sam 11 35pm -
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ArriveCharleson 135pm 9 50pn.
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ArriveCharestos..... 343Spm '
DaviU KL A.- to and fem Gm.,l
Walhaila daily by trlaarrtlat
lvr al. h t Ca,lMa saa
lal.loaan. A sa f .am nvamh 3
tea Padfro all.0s poaW.an
pEst0rad o and om Basana.a
bad effectsof the La ri e nLaek.
Ieamattxm, Idgson bipepsia, as
diseases When ecxici' iccreo
Headache relieved in one minut To
at,ir Also, ectric Truesand.
Ly themn. ('an be regulated to suit, and
A Belt and Battery combined. and pro
to shock. Free Medical Advice. Write
Address DL i U1DD tlet, 3914.
Yes, it is indeed very sad to
ect over the fact that we must
I our goods at such very low
ces. Still we are bound to
!e Must Make aStir
When we get on the warpatb
s people chuckle with almost
adish glee as they
isten to the Crack
falling prices. It is the sig
I that they are going to be
iefited, and they
rush Vith Eager Itast
look over and buy BAB
INS from our large and care
ly selected stock of
ry Goods, Clothing,
msts, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
i General Merchandise.
-is no time to hesitate. You
ist come at once and take = ad
otage of this
Yours to pleas.
This is the only store that does
carry a mixed stock but does
Ty the best line of Fine Cloth
in the State, The best dressed
atlemen say so, and my aim is
keep it so.
My line of Spring Clothing is
most attractive ini the city,
>wing all the latest patterns of
&[y line of Hats comprises the]
est shapes and colors that can
had this season, giving you ?
ist variesy to select from..
Unlaundered Shirts are wha I
l your attention to. Thehbest
laundered Shirt in the city is
bard's Specialty, prieS1. Then
ave the best for 75c and 50e
4t can be found. The celebrated
er Shirt will give you better
isfaction in a Laundered Shirt
n any you can find elsewhere;
ee, $1, $1,25, ar.d $1.50. Try
and you wilbe well .pleased
they fit perfectly.
'Anything you need in my
a will be sold at the lowest
ce, and the workmanship ia the
M. L. KIN ARD,
Colu.:mbia, a. 0.
i. CHOICE LINE 0
4LWAY8 ON H AND AT
a.~ re me e n bem*dwC,
s.eB n.iOHdON" .& CO.. 26th and
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