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Mo. UCEI ABBREVATION.
w, Co3 Ewgg's Crdciaz of a Growlag Ameri
,? WtNmthe Chicago Daily Inter-Ocean.]
"The next thing and some light
,beaited American will be quoting
SShakspeare as saying, Brevity is the
The speaker was Col. Solomon Bugg,
-late of Kansas, and editor -of the El
orado Spleen. The colonel was seated
at a lunch counter with his heels hung
onahigh round and his bent legs mann
faeturing two large bags in the knees
ofbis trousers, a function for whieh s
lunch counter stools are justly famous.
He took off his broad-brimmed hat
' and, surveying it casually, continued:
"Where is the country going to, gen
r= tlemen? What is go ,g to become of
us? I ask this in all sincerity. Has 9
the American nation respected the
sanctity of anything? Do the Amen- s
can people hold anything inviolable?
Is tbere an.y pride in the preservation I
of any art in the national conglomerate
called 'Uncle SaM?' Show an Ameri
can a beautiful pastoral painting and
he will ask the artist how much wheat I
to the acre the field over to the right
of the picture is intended to produce. t
"Take him to a olassical concert and
he will pick the biggest horn for the C
"And look at our language. Just I
think how it has been juggled and
jumbled. There is no respect for a
purity, for form or precedents. It is
abominable, scurrilously abominable,
sir. How many citizens of Chicago
speak English to-day? Just now I C
- asked the waiter to bring me a cup of
coffee right away and he said: 'Cert., A
P. D..Q' Could Dick Steele or Addi
son or old Dr. Johnson understand s
such English as tha'?
"Sometime,s when I get to thinking C
about Columba being the gem. of the
ocean I conclude that she has degen
- erated into a second-class rhinestone
and feel like packing up, absquatu- 8
lating and emigrating to a land where
the gyasticutus gyasticutes, the snag- C
Y gle-toothed tigle-dewug swims in the
swish and the sozzling swirl of the s
" slubberly slime and the whangdoodle
mourneth his first born.
,;- "1 went'to a railroad office the other
day ond askeu o% er what roads I could I
reach St. Louis. Did the man behind
the counter answer mein English? No, i
sir. He shot the English alphabet at
me as if it had been fired from a blun- E
"'St. Louis,' he said, 'Over the C. B. C
and Q. C., R..I. and P.; A. T. and S. F.;
C. and A.; I. C.; J. and S. W.?'
"I looked at him in astonishment.
"'Do you want a ticket?' he asked,
coming backe to English.
"I didn't, as I spoke English, and I
was not versed in American. But as I
walked out he turned to another clerkC
and said, 'D. H., I suppose.'
"I rambled over to take an elevated I
S train todhe base ball grounds.
' "'Is this the elevated?' I asked of the a
men at the gate.
'It is the L,' said he, correcting ~
Z "'More American abbreviation,' ~
- "Mind your P's and Q's,' heshouted, '
S gra'"bing me and pulling me on the
'Do-you like this better than the
cables?' I asked, drawing the guard into
"'Cable N. G.,' he answered to my
"'Did-you leave the cable volunta- ]
"'No, Igot the G. B.' ']
"Abbreviation everywhere; nothing x
but the alphabet with a disordered i
"I dropped over to the base ball i
game. I have always heard that it is e
the American national game. I guess -
that is true. It is impossible, at least, r
to understand it with the English f
language. I opened the score book.-Thi* I
is what greeted my eyes: A.Gi. P. 0.; r
H. B.; P. B.; S. B.; 1B.; A.; .B.; RB. s
on b.; H.by P.;1b on E. s
"And this in a country that claim1s to -t
~9' speak the English language! I might a
as well have been in the vM tr
ing the native tribe of Bigeonoperas 100 n
-playing a game called obsecutiaticus. 'De
"I fled for the race track, only to find faciliti
a worse conglomeration of p. p., ch.g, vidinjg
b. c., br. g., b>. g., ch. f., c. g.,'chi. mn. the jo'
"And I had paid my hard silver for of Eng
this!. and, p
-:"This abbreviation craze is spread- demar
lug. everywhere. You will find It on tauri.
the stage, where the actors talk of the the sc
.P. side, and the L. L., and the first gland,
1. E., and the second L. E., and the ticket;
L. O. M. debt fi
- Look at the American societies; fromr
Can any body name them? No, not by Havir
theEnglish language. They are the L. himi 1
0. 0. F., the G. A. R., the W. C. T. U., traveli
K. of L., and-the G. 0. P.K. of P., and "'SJ
F. M. B. A., and a thoosand others. stoppa
-Go into a saloon and you will hear "'T
somebody order an Al S. and B.'Lend tauri?'
a man a dollar and h6 will give you his "'Ii
L 0. U. Next month Sullivan and -
Corbett will enter the P. RI. at New
Orlee.ns and flipt Q. R! The printer AD
talks intelligently about np. ff. l c.
"The sunme day I went to the base
ball game I dropped into a big estab
lishment on State street. A woman
wa yn on a bonnet.
"'Does it fit?' she asked.
"'To a T,' came the answer.
'Do I1k0k well in it?'
"Away up in G.'
"How mueh -will it cost?'
" 'I'll take it;send it up to the house
4 'That arrangemient is satisfactory ea
to you then? of rc
" 'Yes;allO. K.' 3ooke
"I-grasped the nearest pillar and BRA
panted for breath.
"That night as I was going home a 303J
patrol wagon carried a man away as I
"Who is it?' I asked of a policeman
-who is a friend of mine.
"'Oh, it's R-,-a prominent M. D.
He's got the D. T. Remember this is
on the Q. T'
"Great heavens, man!' I cried, 'how ei
do you manage to talk so?'N
- 'How-talk som
"'Why, with your D. T.'s and Q;
" 'Oh,' said my policeman, smiling,
t Is as simple as A. B. C.' "
omea iantaers Ded.
King-Da viddied of oldage.
Louis XVI died on the scaffold.
Richard III was killed in battle.
Abraham Lincolr was assainated.
James A. Garfield was assainated.
Charles I, of England, was beheaded.
Louis V was poisoned by his Queen.
Mustapha II was strangled in prison.
Darius Codomanus was killed in bat
Atilla, the Hun, died in a drunken
Millard Fillmore died of paralysis at
Andrew Johnson died of paralysis at
Achmet III was strangled by his
Chester A. Arthur died of apoplexy
Louis I died of.a fever during a cam
James II died in exile of gluttonous
Nerva was supposed to have been
Gen. Grant died of cancer of the
Emperor William, of Germany, died
,f old age.
Tiberius was smothered by one of
Louis V was poisoned by his mother
nd his wife.
Solyman I was dethroned and mur
ered in prison.
Henry VI, of England, was mur
ered in prison.
Mustap'ha I was deposed and siran
led in prison.
Charles III, Le -Fou, was deposed
,nd died in prison.
George IV died of a complication of
Feodor II, of Russia, was assassinated
John Adams passed away at 91 from
Queen Anne died of dropsy, brought
n by brandy.
Gregory V was driven from Rome
,d died in exile.
Louis Napoleon died in exile at
Adolphus,"of (ermauy, fell at the
iattle of Gelheim.
John Tyler diod at 72 from a myster
Richard II is supposed to have been
tarved to death.
Jehoabaz, King of Judah, died in
aptivity in Egypt.
Lothaire, of France, was poisoned by
George I died from apoplexy, induced
Pope Cando was supposed to have
Feodor I, of Russia, was deposed and
ied in prison.
Gustavus Adolphus was killed in the
~attle of Lutzen.
Sultani Musa-Chelebi was deposed
Pope Donns II died suddenly, pre
umably by poison.
PopeJohn X died in prison, it is be
eved by poison.
Solomon died of weariness at the
anity of huan life.
Josiah, King of Judahi, was killed in
attle at Mejiddo by an arrow.
By Rail to the Nearest Star.
[From the Boston Globe.]
In a recent lecture on "Fixed Stars,"
)r. David Gill wanted to give an inlus
ration of the distance to Centauri.
his is what he maid: "We shall sup
oso that some wealthy directors, for
rant of outlet for their-energy and cap
tl construct a railway to Centauri.
V shall neglect, for the present, the
ngineering difficulties-a mere detail
-and suppose them overcome and the
ailway open for traffic. We shall go
arther, and suppose that the directors
ave found the construction of such
ilway to have been peco * , caus
nd that the propriet of Ii
pace had not tin their and i
erms for ay. Theref4ire,with then
t encourage traffici, the diree- gro
ave made the fare exceedingly poe
ate, viz., first-cass at 2 cents per the I
siring to take advantage of these any
es, a gentleman, by way of pro- proc
himself with small change for toXi
irney, bulys up the national debt he
~land and a few other countries, amfol
resenting himself at 4he offico, rep
ds a first-class single to Cen. an mi
For this he tenders in payment any 4
tp of the national debt of En- even
which just covers the cost of his ject
but at this time the national was I
-mnlittle wars had been run up as th
3,500,00,000 to $5,500,000,000). prov
g taken his seat, it occurred to If
o ask: 'At what rate do you gre
ty miles an hour, sir, including liqu
ges,' s the answer. own
den when shaln we reach Cen- to be
48,663,000 years, sir.'"n the if
VICE TO W oxig the 1*
f you would protect yourself ""e
Erom Painful, Profuse, Scanty,
supprssed or Irregular Men. puni
struatonl you must us Th
Caazsvraa, AprI1,886 prs
wml S~f t.hat two members of my assun~
.iate amy.after sneeg u~r for
reated without benedtb s0
a truly wwnde!u J.W h. Labal
FlELD WULATOR CO., LN
5LLA BT.Lr,M VrrGnR, the ti
p a hithe:
HAIR BALSAM In1
-n fw- astes
- art t Yochu Coo. Jay
G. De$s.Iuiew PTklSae~b
BABY ONE SOLID SORI
Tried Z.rything without Belief. N4
ast Might or Day. Cured by .
My baby, when two aatha old, had a breakin
out wi:h what the doctor caedeesema. Her head
arms. feet, and hands were each one solid sore.
tried everyting, but neither the doctors nor mn
We could get no rest d&
orunigbtwithher. In m:
I tried the CC
Czft zas, but
confess I had no faith i
them,for I bad never see
them tried. To my grel
surprlse, In one week
t- fater begslugto n
the CuucUxa ERInDIZI
the sores were well, but
continued to use the it
soLVrT for a little whil
and now she is as fat
uas ouwould like t
see, and as sound as a d .I beieve my bab
would have died if I bad not tried CUtnconci Rza
znras. I write t hat every mother with a bab
like mine can feel consdent that there is a medicin
that will cure the wost emea, and that medicine i
the Cu cuasaRsUDzs.
Ma. BETTi$ BR, Lockhart, Tezai
Cure every humor of the skin and seal of infanc
and childhood,whether toriteing, disfiuring, itc
In,burning, say, crusted, pipy, or blotchl
with loss of,hair, and every y of the blooc
whether simple, scrofulous, or hereditary, whe
the best physicians and all other remedies fa
Paruna save your children years of mental an
pys suffering. Begin now. Cures mad- i
childhood are permssent.
CUricmk Bzmmxu are the greatest skin cure,
blood purisers, and humor remedies of moder
tmes, are absolutl pure, and may be used on tb
tw mostgrafying success.
Sold everywhere. Price, CtrzA, Soc.: Som
2c.; RzsoLVazar, $1. Prepared by the Porrs
Dan AND Csaxcu Coaosaaox, Boston.
AW-Send for " How to Cure Skin Diseases,"C
pages,50 itratlons, and100 tiestImonials.
PI S,Z black-heads, chapped and cue'b za+Mzt olyrsal
PI eured byCz*R -WaZ EOP
FR FROM RHEUMATI8I
In one mInate the Cutteur
Anti-Pain Plaster relieves rhei
mate, elatle, hip, kidney, chest, no
muscular pa and wea] pe es. T2
Saud only instaatneouspaklll Plaster.
Nor In IT.
Society People and Some Who Think ]
[North American Review.]
Every community now has a goodi
number of these social dissenters-me
and women who are "not in society,
and who are neither pained nc
shamed by the fact, but rather avow
with the complaisance of clever peop
who have found out a fraud. Thai
social dissenters are by no means frol
the unknown or unimportant classe
They are usually people of distinctioi
who live well, dress fashionably, pa
their bills, are blameless in characte
hospitable and with no taint of cyn
cism in their nature; vet they "sal
themselves" from their fellows ani
without explanations or regrets, refu.
to add one more to the hundreds i
persons leading a life that has no a
t. 'ion for them. But, as a rul
there are few conditions in life whic
are not many-sided and. capable <
being defended on every side.
And we must first notice that ocii
secessionists are expecting society I
be what society never purposes <
wishes to be, and tbat, therefore, the
might as justly complain that a msn
is a hedger or ditcher when he mig]
be a poet or a preacher. Society nev:
yet set itself to be good or great.
has no higher mission than to promo1
social pleasure and order, and tU
qualifications it requires are not plel
or intellect, but .the ability to dre
well, to say a great deal about nothin,
to lead a dance, to keep every little<
the traditional law of uniformitie
and in all disputed questions, or doub
ful positions, to imitate that trul
great and wise moan, the Levite, rathe
than the officious, demonstrative S:
maritan. We must, of! course, adw
that this is a low moral .nd intellectui
plane, but it is a plane which satisfit
the aspirations and capabilities of ti
majority who tarry there, and a
things in life are not equally hapr
In 1840 Kamehameha Ill., King<
the Sandwich Islands, discovering
scarcity of food in his ki ist
tuted an inquiry idet cause. It
was fonndi&ny staples, such as c
ptt cane and melons were s
rted intointoxicating drinks. Be
tof this abundance of liquor many3
subjectr. developed into topers
diers. As a natural consequence
were uncultivated fields, weed
n plantations and general im
rishment. This discovery led to 83
suance of a decidedly unique pro
ion decree. It provided that if th
of his subjects converted a food
it of any description into an in
ating liquor or drink it he should
ied $1 for the first offense, which
mt should be doubled for every
itn. Should the maker of such
toxicat give it to a neighbor, or l
f his friends or acquaintances, or g
to a stranger, he was to be sub
to a similar fine. The drinker3
iso included in the same category
a maker, and-the same penalty was
ded for his offense. I
'om a lack of funds, the trans
3r of thia.law w'as unable to pay
ne, he was to be given aschance to za
late it with produce raised by his
Lands. In default of this, he was
allowed to pay it in labor, thisr
proportionate to the amount of
ne. Upon failure to meet the oh
on in any of these ways named,
the fine was to be increased, andL
sw-breaker confined in irons for a t
specified by the king, wh!o was be
guided in the imposition of such cli
hment by the enormity of the of- A
strict inforcemient of this law
most salutary effect on the na
ffor in the course of a few years
sjesty had the satisfaction of3
ing that the use of food staples as
is for intoxicants bacame, so to
,a thing of the past, and the -
erity of his subjects was once more
EE MORE GREAT TRoTTING.
co Lowers the Record Hitberto Holdj
>EENDENCE Iowa, Sept. 1.-At
otting meeting to-day, Labasco I
ed the world's stallion record,
to held by Nelson, to 2:11}
;he same race Clinton trotted the
fourth heat onrecord, in 2:131,
Eye See went out to break
orld's record'f'r pacing, of 2:0'5!,
2)8) was the best he could do.F
rCry for Pitcher's Castoria
* 9.-~,* - -- -.
INFOEMATION FOE TEACHERS.
Some Surprising Replies to Their Examt
Some time ago a little book with the
title "English as She Is Taught" was
issued by one of the largest publishing
houses. Its nuconscious wit surpassed
the etort of those who would be'witty.
r Some, indeed, thought it the work of
a great genius in humor. But the book
was what it claimed to be-answers
given by the children of our common
schools to questions put to them at cx
While the writer was one of the ex
Iaminera for teachers for-county, in
the State of--, he, on examining the
papers sent in by would-be teachers,
found answer' which equal those of
"English as She Is Taught." Thus :
Q.-What invention aided in mak
ing possible the discovery of America?
A.-The invention of the steamboat.
F Q.-Name five of the most promi
, nent cities of the Northwest, and state
the cause of the importance of each ?
L A.-LaCrosse, Fondulac, Milwaukee,
a Racine, Cincinnati. All but Cincin
,, iati are noted for their water works.
Q.-Wbat were some of the principal
causes of the America Revolution ?
, A.-The opposing principals of pop
E ilar and aristratic goverunteut were at
4 the bottom of all.
. Q.-Name five couutr es represented
in the All-American Congress.
A.-Japan, France, England, Ven
Q.-Why have the inhabitants of
the polar region six ouths of day and
six months of night ?
A.-The earth revolves slowly at the
polls, the earth being smaller at that
. Another gave this answer:
A.-The earth revolving on its axis
only reaches them on4e a year.
And another gave this answer :
n A.-Because it is so far from the
n centre of the earth that the sun is on
r the other side of the world six months.
t Q.-What is a diphthong ?
e A.-A sound produced by the vocal
e organs is a diphthong.
Hunker: "I don't believe girls ever
offer to be sisters to fellows when they
refuse them, as the comic papers inti
Spatts: "I don't either. In my case
they either head me oft before I get to
the proposal, or else tell me frankly
t they can't marry me."
b Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
What It Costs The South.
o [State Cbronicle.]
>r It requires the proceeds of 1,000,000
7 bsales of cotton every year to pay the
n South's part of the pension fund, two
t thirds of which are paid to support
r tramps and beggars who claim to have
~fought for the Union. Very little if
eany of this large contribution ever
e returns to the South. This is one of
Y the means invented by Republicans to
a drain the Southern people of their
S' For Rheumatism, Malaria and Sy
t- philis, P. P. P. (Prickly, Ash, Poke
y Root and Potassium) is the best known
i6 children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Phsicians enidorso P.P. P. as a splendid Inc
miaation, and prescribe it- with great j
tisetion for th.cures of all formszand A
ges of Primary, Secondary anid Tertiary
pliu, Syphilitie Rheumatism, Scrofa. No
sUlers and Sores, Glandular Swellings,8
iemnat im, Malaria, old Chronic-Ulcers (
at have resisted all treatment. Catarh,
in Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Pemale
~mplaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
ald Hed Etc., Etc.
PP.P.Pis a powerful tnc, and an e.
[lenit appetizer, building up the system PT
aes whose systems are poisoned and -
iose blood is in an impure condition due
menstrual irregularities are peculiarly th.e
nefited by the wonderful tonic and bloo will
sing properties: of P. P. P., Prickly 0
h,Poke oot and Potassium. S. C
LIPPAN BROS, Druggists, Proprietors,
pan's Bloclrs SAVANNAH, GA.
BUOYANCY OF BODY, (
ennever be realized when the bw
esdo not act a unture intends they
Fsl$uld. InsteadI, there is heoadach,W
weiht in the r4omach after eating,
~acidtynd beIching up of win lowE
!sie, less oi energy,
dforebodings of evil. An unhappy
}condition, buat * BR
Tiny Lie PiIIs*
kfnl relieve 5i. r.nd give health and.
happiness. They are worth a trial.
'IESrelief and is an infalluble
Box 2416.Nhew York City.
Trial. Why suffer fron
Kidneyand Liver Diss
ME kind of weakness, orc
Fnd keep you In hea
p.rove this. I will sent
toany one on trial, fre
Batteries. Costs nothil
gaatedto lat for:
duces suficlent Elect
to-.day. ulive waist mue
IT IS A DTY you owe yourself and fam
ily to get the bee value for your mony.
Ecoomize in your footwear by purchasing
W. L. Douglas Shoee, which represent the
best value for prices asked, as theusands
will WTIEE NO SBSTITUTE.J8
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CEN TL?&EN
TiE BEST SHOE @ TIE WOELD FOR THE li
A genuine sewed so that weil not 9p ns
sold at Fhic. Euals Cstom made shoesCOetirg
SAand $5 Band"sewed, flnecalfscoes. The
$4mostatrlish, easy and durable shoes aver sold
sathe rce. reyqual Lrne imported ashoescoting
r~om 50olice Shoe, worn by farmers and afl
eld,s etenidon edge shoe. easa towhav in. and will
keep the feetdry and warm.
'sFueCl, $2.25 and 82.00Wrk
S Otninmess Caltl veorewearforthe
money tban any otbe make. lhsare madefor ser
vice. The Increasing sales show that workiaamea
have founid this out.
2.*00 and louths' $1.75 Scheol
BOYS' .hoe are ww y1h oysev6ry1
where. 7bemoe$ serviceable bessod at e
Ladies' :0-8 aed'1". os o'
Misses aemadeof the best'D'ngol" or**ne*Caif as
desired. They areverys lstyh,comortableaddma.5
ble. Theg8s.COshoe egnalscnstommnadeehoeseosttng
from$O to.00086O0. Ladles who wish toeconomnise In
thi owa are finding this out.
Cantion.-W. L.aDoula'naaet and the price is
stamped on the bottom of each shoe:. look for it
whenyo buy. Bewareof ieelersattemptingtosb
stitate other makes fortheni. Suchuuabstitt onUare
fraudulentend subject to prosecution by law for ob
taning mon.e m.der false pretences.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Sold bb
A PL:tNTATION, CONSISTING
of 164 Acres, lying on Bust
river, near Piester's Mill, for Sale, Lease
or Rent. R. Y. LEAVELL.
I-have given special and care
ful attention to the selectiox
of the Colors and Designs
for summer wear.
Many designs are con fied
exclusively to me. I am show
ing a large and more complett
line than ever before in
French Lawns and Organ'
Domestic Lawns, Cambrics,
both shirting and dress patterns
Scotch and American Chew
~ing Cloths; Calicoes in light and pr.
edium shades at 6ce and Ec.
'ia Linen and Victoria Lawn from be
~om, Gje to 30c.
~on Lawns in hemnatitched and fancy
a Dirnity, Persian and India
fulle. Crepe Cloths, Tuckings, All
er Emnbrode.ries and Flouncinas, ~
ie Cloths, .Colored Bedford Cords, o
elt or Co'-ded Pique, Jo
:elties~ in Imported White Goods, Co
wh as Plaid and Striped Lawns, da;
~pen Work checks and Stripes and E,
wcany Figured Checks at 1$.. 15,
, 2.5, .30, 35, 40 cents. 2
guarantee Prices on ST
J. D. Davenpo
fewberry, S. C.
he heat o teere with one's business or of
oetbuid upae irvs the geae
fred pya and ladtngrsoiet laes
ps.rtaie i al6 theurts ~ns.r5y,m a n
G.F SYE. ESE R MO W I EXP
LA FNKL. hom
HE UNDERIGNEDaH d suNc
prctc i alBtECort. y,"all*sn
AE.S. MOW. a, s.Xc.
FRDAS R WORK .oe
yd t iseentyou
1 is im iniviuchrg
gin iht prsnlte
ni y on miler.
WM. B. AULL. DAVIS
i the bad efectsof the La Grippe, Lame Eak
se. Rheumatism, Inditcstion, r.ppsis, auy
1ther diseases, when Electrisity wil cure you
lth. (Headache relieved in one minnt.) To
DR, JUDO'S' ELECTRIC BET
L5, if satiged. Also, Electric Trusses and o
tg to try them. Can be regulated to suit. and
egrs. A Belt and Battery coLnbined. and pro.
litiy to shock. Free Mediea-L Advice. W ribe
tsure, price and full particulars.
Address DB.'JUDD, Detroit, Mich.
Yes, it is indeed very sad to
reflect over the fact that we must
sell our goods at such very low
prices. Still we are bound to
We Must Make aStir
When we get on the warpath
the people chuckle with almost
fiendish glee as they
Listen to the Crack
of failing prices. It is the sig
nal that they are going to be
benefited, and they
Rush With Eager Haste
to look over and buy BAR
GAINS from our large and care
fully selected stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
and General Merchandise.
It is no time to hesitate. You
must come at once and take ad
vantage of this
Yours to please,
o KLETTN E R.
This is the only store that does
not carry a mixed stock but does
carry the best line of Fine Cloth
ing in the State. The best dressed
gentlemen say so, and my aim is
to keep it so.
My liile of Spring Clothing is
t'.e most attractive in the city,
showing all the latest patterns of
My line of Hats comprises the
latest shapes and colors that can
be had this season, giving you a
great variety to select from.
Unxlaundered Shirts are what I
call your attention to. The beat
Unlaundered Shirt in the city is
Kinard's Specialty, price $1. Then
I have the best for 75c and 50c
that can be found. The celebrated
Star Shirt will give you better
satisfaction in a Laundered Shirt
than any you can find elsewhere
price, $1, $,5
one.a 4-i~11 be well pleased F
they~ fit perfectly.
"Anything you need in my A
e will be sold at the loes th
ce, and the workmanship isy/ *"
M. L. KINARP ' api
co uz ..:L , qu
NOTIUE. "IE e
rOTICE IS HERE --settlement of
thatlIwill make all1 'nard and
the estates of Sallie tu~he Probaje
in ?.ayer Kinard, ,ty, on Thurs
art for New berr1t0a. m. a
r, September 15 I ".MOWER, C
ecutor of Sallie arardian of John Hi
layer Kinard. H CAROLINA--N
ATE OF 8 , QOUNTY-COURT.
GEWBER f. sIgi
FPROB 'in her own right and an
T.Bro, etc., of Thornas C.an
4\cut. sed, plaintiff, against r~
Ngiy Brown, et al. defend
.tr Dower to sell land, etc.
EDITORS OF TBOMAS SO
Lfrown, deceased, are by order
L Furt of date of July 20th, 1892,
to render and establish their
.before this Court on or before
tenhday of September 1892,
are enjoined from proscecnting
demands except under this pro
ugJ. B. FEL LERS, J. P. N. C.
y 2.5, 1892.
e You a
)aughter to Educate? 80B
ilet us, send you the Catalogue of Nor
College for Young Laales. The
iterea igna oardand'Thitien Aig
rush Studies and Latin only $42.50.
udent. 23 teahrs. Our?nottoieTE Facti
-'E refined, elegant home, with
Os specity. Application should be
mry a we weecompelledo refuse 40
J. A.. LCASSEDY, B. S., Principal.
rTHEROP STATE NORMAL COL
EGE, Columbia, S. C. Thorough train.
practice in bestmethodsof teaching.
composed of instructors of extensive
en to wite grls oert17 Seio bec
ptember 23. Graduates secure good
oe wot $l8 assin ad one o
ion. Competitive examination Au.
B. n ON, Preidet loba
Music and Art. Cornet Band. -
mn famous for Beauty and Ieath.
se not peared or Cleelasses,
Saetn Patrepartryt MeIa
ent. No charge for medical atten.
w rates. For particular,, addreus
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, anda thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
to be retailed at lowest manufactur
ers' prices. We have controLof the
largest factories in the U. &,- and
can quote you prices that will open
your eyes in wonder and convince
you that we are giving the best val
ue ever offered in this land.
Special Offer No. 1.
Tointroduce my businessin every
neighborhood in the quic est5
ble manner, .we will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete,.. consist
ing of One Bedstead, full sise .an
igh head, One Bureau With .
One Wash-stand, One centrelWbe
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to'match, well worth $20,-but to in
troduce my goods in yourneghbor
hood we will sell you this full bed
room suit for $14.25, when the cash
comes with the order. Remember
this is $14.25 for a neat Bedroom
Suit such as you usually have to
pay $20 for.
BESIDES this Suite, we have a.
ge many other suites in Walnut,
k Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running In price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dellars
for a Suite.
Our manufacturer wants us to sell
for his adcount
5,000 Parlor Suits
in oak frames, upholstered with
best domestic wool puhin combi
nation colors, or bne.Regular
price $40.00. We run them
A Walnut Lounge1~j.i
.We sell the Charter Oak, E
Eer Girl, World's Wonder, In- 13 co
nola, Mamie, Edna and desens n 25:
other stoves. 1200
.No.7 Cooking Stove, flat , 21 145]
ces of ware, for 8.00-and from 105 1
s up. We carry 3,o00stoyes in lilS
,000 Cornice Poles 25.et. each
30 Window Shades 3x7 feet on 20
ng roler and fringed t 3, et 41
h. Now, see here. We cannot s
te you everything we ha.ve
in a store containin 4600 AM
of floor room, beside t an. 64
es and factory in another par
he town. We shall be pesdto
L you anything above mnen-~
ed, or will send aea
ilogue free if you will say you
this advertisement in TuE PM
M&LD ANo Nsws, published a
rberry, S. C.51
o goods sent C.O. D.,or on on 800
publishers of this naper or to a n
the Southern ExpesC&,alOoa
born know us personally.*
iress all >rde.rs to the e o
road Street. Factory 54A9 and 1
~551 Broad Street.*2
ista, - - Georgia.
ries in the following cities:
J. B. KE
No. I o.
6 3 32
7 07 3 4
A.85 K 4.4
CoLum aA 1w e*avz. a uuS.Z DL r.
PAmGu DEPA ENTs -
(Trains run by5th Meridian
ATWflX CMTf, SZXC LD WA1,4_?
)aily. -. . EsD.7 ".
No. 11 STATIONS. Nols=.,
120 a m Lv. .,..Coalumbia........ Ar. 606pm
05pm .........Asto.--..-. 44& 2
24 p m .........N ]64aE
105 p m ......Helena-. 410p
146 p m ....Chappels......... 3 3
2 25p m ... ..Ninety-Si....... 3.19pa -
2 50 p m ........Greenwood- . 25Sp, :?
310 p m ...........odge...... 22b pnt
327pm ......Donalds.......... 'l.m
338 p m ..Hones Path... 1i p s
356 p m Ar .....Belton.......... Lv 14pa
106 p m Lv .........Belton............ Ar .I at =
435pm .........Anderson......... 1 pa
518 p m .........Pendleton........ 12 4p
6 00 p m Ar. ........enees. ...... Lv2 lEl m_
7 20 p m Lv. ......Seneca.......... Ar 1165s a
8-0pm Ar. ........Wl1a...... Lv I1115a'
5 10 p m Ar. ........Greenville._..... 1200 BEW2 NEZO,BLONADat
BErWEEN .ANDEEsoI(, BELT0N AND GUM
No. 12- STATIONS. No
S 25 1 I ~2v Anderson Ar 4 35pm 732
850pm 3pmA r .Belte,.Lv 4 7
910pm 3 55pmLv Belton Ar 1 - 7
9 3Gpm 4 Wflimistoa. 1 OQm6lOt
951p 4 ...Piedmont.= 1240pm
00 5 OpmAGreenvilleLl2 00 'N b
BZTWZZ' COLUMBd, AILeTOX d SPA A393 p3+f
Li 20 a m Lv. ..._..Colambis......... Ar. i6pm
1210 p m ...........ALton .......... i l0 la
111pm .......ale........... - 410p
120 p m .......... Santue............ 4 b p ssa ,,
155 pim ..-.........UIniam......:...... 3 40pna..
2 28 p m .......Paocolet........... E 48mS pe,
255 p m Ar. .......Spartanburg........Lv. 219 pm
E WZEN CoLUMIA. icZWaEE.RY CLDITO] ZD
2R.Sun E z.8ma.
No.15. STATIONS. No. 36
11 20m .....Columba..... 605pm
115pm ...Newberry . 125pm'
219m.....Godville..... 121 am
2p ...CQinten.... - 40am
330pm Ar Laurens Lv 115am
3&EwEEx HODOES ADJ A3LVat.%.
. STATIONS. N
345:pm..Lv ArpHodgea._Ar2 0pm
4 0 pm... ......2 00 pm
4 20 pmsr Ab Ile.v..145
Trains leave S- C., A C. DiL=
on, Northbound 331 a ant19 p m,617 pm
Yeutibuled Limited); Soutbboun 1
m, 1143 a m. (Vestibued imi eat
omad, W. N. C. iuson, 00 p ad 6 2p
or Hendersonville, Ashevills, Hot Springs ,
Trains leave Greenville, S. C.; A. A C. Di~ -
io,Northboand, 227am, 215 p m, 82!pma. -
venbeled Limited); Seathboaad, 6 1Qai ,h 24
> m, 1236p m. (Vestibuled Liited).
Trains leave Seneca, S. C., A. AG.Diii
Corthoound,.100 am,1215 p ra; Sontbao 7-1 _ ZT
m, 717 pm.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9,.
, 12, 7 and 38on A. A C. Division. Pm
?arlor Cars on Trains Nos. 13 and 14, betwms ,
rolumbia and Spartanburg.
W. A. TUT., S. H. UAEDWICS,
3en'I Pas.Agsnt, As't Gen'l ass.
Washington, D.C. Atlanta, (i.
7.lE. McE~SOL H A AS
Gen' ljSa0 r antendent, Traffie M.neer
Columbia, S. C. Washingtoan
W. $. GREEN. Gen'1lMg'r,Washingtoa. D.C
SOUTH CAROLINA =AILWAr.
cAommencing Sunday, May15, 10, at
'.M.,PasengerTrains wll runasioflowsa
a1 further notice "Eastern Time"
TO A2rD FROM CHA RLRTON
Depart Columbla....6 50 a m 610 p
Arrive Ciarleston.1105a m 3020 p
DIepart Charlestoa 650 am 500 pm
Arrive Columbia.10 am 9 45 p m
TO AND FIDOM AUGUSTA.
Depart-Charleston 6Os a m 61b p m'
Srive A sta.1 5O a m i 15 p m
DepartAg 8t00Oam 4A 0 pm
drrive Co15blL 946 p mp
Depart Columbia..6 50 m
&rrive A50a m ': :
TOAND FROX CAMDnEN.. _
DepsstColumba. .9 00 a m
DepartCharleston.- 6 50 a m -
Srrive Camdn. 11.. It 25 am
Depart Camden..... 5 V p m
&rrive Columbia... 7 SS pim
rrive harustn.- 10 20m ~
a.t Union O,Col um ihCellt
DanvilleR B.E. to and from AreenuEei
W'alhala diyby train arrilingatl&Os
wdleaingotRnatl61 p. and
writh Crote Columbia
DivsionB. A .. B.by ten
at Columbia at 10.50 a.'m. and 94m..m.a
le av Clumbila650 .Sa
for Jacesonylfe and points.en the-SS
Biver; also with Charleston' aund"
Eailroad to and fronm 8wuwanalt~
odtoan from all pit South and
At BlaokvlIBetooa frm intseo
Midland Railroad. Truhticketa earn
rhsdtoal-point sot adMesW
SEY .T.A., Comia
C. X. WA RD, General Manag
E.P. WARING, Gen Pass. Ag. -
irn Time. Eastern in.
pm...LY Hot Springs, N C Ar..7Rp
ims... AsheviDle, "
>m... FlatRBoct,.- ~ 52i - M
m... Abbevinle,- S C4
.. Lauren,, " . #Sa
~n. w a"Il, " -
m. Seneca, ." ..'0*
ma... Unin 1
in... Ar Columnb'fa " a'.J1smf
ii Time- Ceneralnm&a
510 Lv Columbia, S CAt ns 9ge%,.
6 46-Ar Denmark, *' Lv U1#3 <
m ~'irax " 745 31
- C u 5.(
u.--- R'OtEva " .....-g
00Ar Savnna3G.~ Lv 600
T04 Lv nnah,'- Ar -81 32 ~
% SAr Jesup, " Lv 621 --~
.2 iieaFla. l47
lO0m -Jacaonvgle, " .145 -7
tof olmi,Tans use-9t e0
ie. .lorth of Columbia, Trains Sg
ridlan Tine.- -
connections at Savannah With K~
1e Plan S-8e of Rail
D. S. CowAr,JR,, Gen. Pass. A,
%TEC 4OAUf W,1E.
'olina and Athens and Atlanta.
Mie- Goo sa
o-2- 2io.68. -
50 Lv....Charleuton-A.&. 102
12 46 an "~ U340 -
?3 " .-Sumter.......... " 7 25
15 Ar.-.Columbia....-v. 619 -
' ....reepwood...." 2115
3 " ....-.AbbeviiHe...... " 143
5 " -.... he ....." 10
0 U ....-..Atlanta........ " 8 35
--..Charlott...... " 1 50
35 " .~..A.ndrson....." Al.
10 " ......GreenvHole- ". 120 10
> * . Ashavllle... ' 1100
md 58Solidtrains be(weencbhee
1EESON, Tramc Manager.
NLY,'Gena'l Manag~er -
jLA.NEWR E3EY& aa
In efrect Sunaday,- June 5th,1Ja
O.--........Dover.......'. 125 4
8......... Goid ville ....... 1137 S
6.........ards aa..... l eg 32
B.....Ne e........2-02 -eg
L-.........-Je tl ...........3255 7
5......ew . .-23.
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