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The Superstit,on& or a Ie1pie Ot of TouhI
with the Word.
[St. Louis i)eDn'erat.]
"Last summer I I.ad occailon to
spe1nd somie timIe among the Mouain.7*1s
of Northwe-t Arkanszs, and was
thrown much in the conpan y of the
simple country folk of that uideve
loped region, and had ampI'e oiprtun
ity to study modern primitive mnan."
The speaker was Col. Ashley Pond of
Michigan. "These peop!e, for the iost
part, are simple in their habits, care
less of their appearauce-they are den
sely ignorant and wholly unsophicated.
"Living as they do far from the
haunts of civiization and the hurry
and noise of modern progress, where
even the appearance of a stranger is an
event to be talked of and speculated
upon for weeks, they are not much in
advance of the original possessors of
the soil, or, I should say, rocks, beneath
the shadow of which they pass their
lives, only at rare intervals visiting the
nearest town or village, perhaps fifty
miles away. Being ignorant, naturally
they are superstitious, and I was ama
zed at the amount of folk lore and
legend current among them, some of
which would outview any legend of
Sleepy Hollow or kindred lore, but
more often I was amused at the ex
aggerated importance they placed in
signs and omens, in which they de
"First in importance among them
comes the moon, which is watched by
them with religious faith, and exerts
an influence upon almost every day of
their lives. Each change is observed
with the utmost solicitude. Their corn
and running vines must only be planted
in the light of the moon, while small
grain and tubers are supposed to
thrive best whei plauted in the dark;
if a worm fenc- i-; *Id or a -ate pcst is
set when Luna shows her horns it will
surely rot out in a short time, but if tb
work is done when that luminary is
fullest it will last a generation; if her
horns hang down it will be wet a
month,' and vice versa. Even love,
courtship, and marriage are thus in
fluenced, and no well-raised mountain
lass will consent to be wedded except
when the moon is at her best.
"Tree ire- :,rt ,heir barometers in
summer and squirrels in winter. Thus,
if the frog is heard at riiht there will
be rain next day, if tYv :ire silent in
June there will be drou:ht in July; if
the squirrel is industriol,s when the
nuts are brown on the trees a hard
winter is presaged, but if the little
rodent is lazy and indifli.rent about
gathering stores, Christnbs will comle
and go without snow; if they sport
much in the treetops the weather will
be fair; if they run upon the ground
storms will follow.
"The mountaineer is never at loss for
a compaes, since lie finds one in every
rock and tree, fzor he long ago learned
that the moss grows heaviest on the
north side; and as for a thermometer,
he little cares if it be hot or cold so
long as he has plenty to eat and little
"Among thema it is considered fool
hardy to commence ajourney or assume
any undertaking on Friday, and it is
an evil omen to receive a visit from a
stranger on that day. The whip-poor
will is regarded with the greatest awe,
and if one lights upon a house a death
is sure to follow; and the bravest
mountaineer shudders when he hears
the gray owl making that disagreeable
noise they call laughing, for they swear
the bird is making sport of some mis
fortune that is sure to happen.
"If hens cackle a great deal you will
have company the next day; if your
dog howls some one he knows is in
distress;if your horse neighs frequently
you will soon go on a long journey.
The height of ill luck is to take your
cat along when you move, but if she
comes to you it is an omen of some
piece of good fortune.
"These are but a few of the scores of
meanings which these people apply to
incidents common to their daily lives,
and he who would doubt them is con
sidered unworthy of confidence, aed,
in fact, is looked upon in a sort of pity
as one who is defying the fates, and
will surely, sooner or later, come to
At the first indication of disorder,
the deranged or enfeebled condition of
the stomach, liver, or h.owels, ~shon!d
be promptly rectified by Ayer's Ca
tbartic Pills. Tfhese pills do not gripe,
are perfectly safe to take, an~d remove
all tendency to liver and bowvel com
Has No Kentuckian Ever Entered It?
[From the Courier-Journal.]
CHIcAco, June :;.--There has not
been a drop of whiskey in the Ken
tucky State building since it became a
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Makes the hair soft and glossy.
"I havc used Ayer's Hair Vigor for
nearly five years, and my hair is moist,
glossy, and in anx excellent state of pres
ervationi. 1 am forty years old,1 and have
ridden the plains for twventy-iive years."
-.--\V. Henry Ott, etGay "3Iustang Bill,"
Ayer's Hair Vig3r
Prev ents hair from falling out.
"Ax num'oer of years ago, by recommn
dation. of a friend. 1 began to use Ayers
Hair Vigor to stop the hair from falling
out and prevent its turning gray. The
first effects were most satisfactory.
Occasional applications since have kept
my hair thick anxd of a natural color."
1. E. Bahm xxIcKinne, Texas.
Ayer's Hairs Vigor
Restores hair after fevers.
"Over a year ago I had a severe fever.
nd( whlen I recovered. myi hair began
to fall out, and what little remained
turned gray. I tried various remedies.
but without suecess, till at last I began
to use Avers Hair Vigor, and now amy
hair is growing liidly and is restored
to its original color.''-3Irs. A. Coflis,
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Prev ents hair from tur~nn gray
"3Iv hair was rapidly turnin gray and
fallin~g out; one bottle of Ayers Hair
Vigor hats remedNied the trouble, and my
hair is now its original color and full
ness.''--. Onlkrupa. Cleveland. 0.*
Pretcaredl by Dr. .T. C. Avyer&a Co.. Lowell, Mass.
'sold'by Drugeists and Perfumners.
They all Testify
To the Efficacy
Tho old-t!mo simple
renedyfrom the Georg!a
swamps and ftelds has
gone forth to the antipodes,
confounding the theories ot
those who depend solely on the
. pbyscian's ski!L There is no blood
taint which itdoesnot immediately
cracicatc. Po-sons outwardly abcorbed or the
resul: or vile diseases f-om within.all yield to this
potent bIt s!mple remeNdy. It is an unequaled
ton c. bullds upthe old and feeble, cures all diseases
a.-ising from impure blood or weakened vitality.
S2nd for a treatise. Bxamin ec prof
Bcoks on "lood and Sl:n Xseases" r:.a:lcdf.eo.
.7}ruggists 3C11 It.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawcr 3, At:ant:, G.
Chief Ju.tice Fuer Writes a Love Letter.
From the Washington ost.1
A few days ago haviug occasion to
consult his physIcian, Chief Justice
Fuller Concluded, instead of sending
for him, to eijoy the short walk to
his resiietice, and, perha,s. a social
httle cbat as well iu the latter's library.
The'door was opened for him 1-y a new
man, who, after informing him that
the doctor was out, but left word lie
would shortly return, asked the Chief
Justic,e into the library to wait.
Wholly unaware of the exalted posi
tion in legal circles held by the quiet
gentleman with a kindly gleam in his
eyes, the man soon presented several
sheets of ruled paper, a stamped en
velop, pen, and inkstand to the Chief
Justice. The CLief'Justice looked up
inquiringly at the man, who, in evi
dent embarrassment, stood before him
holding the literary tools. Bashfully
tripping his words over each other as
he stated the case, the man proffered
the request that the visitor, while
waiting for the doctor's return, employ
himself in writing a love letter, as
though ardently desiring to commaui
cate with his sweet heart, the poor fel
low being deterred from doing so by
his lack of knowledge in the art -of
Without hesitation, as though that
was the one busincss of h:s life, the
Chief Justice at once acquiesced and
settled down to the composition of
wLat was undou>tedly the most uniq'ue
love leter ever penned by his band.
Needing a tomie, or children who want build
ist up. should take
RtOWN'S IRON BITTERS.
1: i. p;casant; cures Malaria, Indigestion,
BiLousnc-s, Lie: Compaints and Neuralgia.
Blue and Gray, the June number of
which is just at hand, fills the expec
tations raised o' previous numbers,
and the present issue, in point of con
tets and ililstrations, is without doubt
the best tnat has yet been published.
The fiction includes "Barnacle's
Bangs," a really good Southern war
sory, tie' so"ng points dramatically
brought out, and the interest finely
kept to thend. "The D)eserter" is a
strongly-written sketch of an incident
of war as seen in the fate of a man
who left his cormrades for a brief visit
to a dying wife. "Aunt Nancy's
Story" is one of the most readable
pieces of dialect work that has ap
peared for a long time, and will awaken
lively interest in the author, who for
the present a.ssu0me's an anonymous
'ite."A War with Lo'.e"' is a nov
eltethat will unquestionably take a
place as one of the best of American
The shorter articles and sketches are
various and timely, including "Newv
Jersey Blue Honors Alabama Gray,'
an account of steps taken towards the
preservation of Salem church, near
which one of the decisive bat tles of the
Rebellion was fought; "The Brown
Segentul Wire GuIn," a description
of the new "navv-destrover'," which,
it is said, will set at defiance the fleets
of the world ; "The Author of 'My
Maryland,' " a sketch of the inception
of this famous Southern war-songt
"Personal.Relminiscen'es of Secession,"
an interesting compilation of recollec
tions'~ of war timeIIS, t('gether with
many othier poems and articles oif a
generally pleasinug detscription'I. Thle
deart mentIs of editorial commient and
"Fom th:s Ailmerican' Stand poinit" are
wiel sus'tained, and of timely peri
For Malaria, Liver Tro
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
FAIIGO'S GloIAT FIRlE.
MHlions lin Property De.troyed andl ProbaL
ble Lo.s of Life.
F.u:Li o, N. IDa iK., -l ane S---The loss
by the fire which raged here all last
night is placed at $:,000,000O at least.
The insturance isinot one-quarter of
m-er :;,h9 peole are homeless.
Ja lnn, the! eight-year-o~ld sen of
a'- Iihre. eM!eren. P'hortogradpr
(;i:tt ::l:m unkr'wn noam are re
parad cu1'i from :, I stairs ini the
Ii .': aro . y a(in :o k- Onl
.\ $rhad hlay ar already tii l.
th~e rm!oel ond '"chool aiheatre
th iou h ii(hl ie ' Xg.p.
The tre seeers to litho- :~h.
ignil ing I'n:e ri" (I la;r 'k~,'' of
I hvol rhudro.
FR SKIN DiSEASES
Doctor Recommends Cuticura Be
cause It Has Never Failed to
Give Good Results.
,u- ?d in 3 31onths, Salt Rheum ol
20 Years' Standing Where All
OtLhor Remedies Failed.
It ztviv. m7-a -- to recomelond yur. C 7UT
Cti.. ItMIi:. to all who are troubled V.it*h the
v.&r-i!u :oriis o: ski-. disea;es and blood poisou.
Sh..ve 'r'cied vour CUTICURA 0 !ever:d 'ca
a: i t hasn'ever failed to gve ,ood re-u!-.
1 ::nen.. *'f (:I% - 2:0.cial 3caj . had, where :L1
r.-nedie. f.ued unti. I tried yjur C triT r%.
. : A:, .i:er U-i:::: (- Z*Tle 1.A, 1:r- .
-. 2':: CrU:m.l) REL'O.V1NT. the paV::t .ism
I.::d and well. Sh- wa, trouled with t,;lt -hwu:n,
U:1.i tti been a ::erer Ior oer t wenty years. A .er
be::.:mi1:: the u-e of CrTTci:A I.EMEDILS, bLc was
curvd r;uund aud well in thre.- mnonths .
I r. -M. K. d E1.2ZXAIN .
28liuuston :St., .Atlanita, Ux3
M % wife hla( eezemna on her hand for abo-,t f:ve
years, tried a great mnany so.c:aled reniedit--. Lot
the. all utterly ailed. I at labt induceti her to i: v
Vw;r C(I'C1711A lIE.mEDIEs, and -tm plc.ecd to P::y
they ncted like a charm. and although it was a ye:,c
a:, it has not troubl-d her since. I will strom:-'y
remm)nmrend your CUTICeUZA it FEMDes for :allch
diasaes. A. STOCKBIUDOE.
ivins, Cass County, Teas.
TI.- new Blood Puritier, internally (to cleanse the
Iead of all imnpurities and posionous eemntit. ::,'i
th::- remove the cause), and CUTIE71nA, the great
S:;i Cure,and CETICUIA SO.P, an eXquisit tkiu
; 11:ti:*,r, etternally (to clear the skin ano: .
-i-I re,t-re the h:ir), cure every disease a-ntl ht:Lor
o kiu and blood, from pimples to scrofu!:..
-v.-'rywhere. Price, C1TCURA, rOc.: So-r,
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Aih " llow to Cure Skin Dieeasce," i4 paues, 0
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AB'Skin and Scalp purified and beautilledl
B by CUTICURA SoAr. Absolutely pure.
In one minute the Cuticura An4i.
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atic, hip, kidney, chest, and muscular
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i E crybody
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ifitionary. It an
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the often desired jiforin:ation covervinm
e:ninent persons; fat-:s c,oncer,.inl. the
countries. C;ties., towns. 11(1 niatutlal fea
tur, - ,f the globe: parniears vo.:weniuing
notedl fictiliou' J-ersi.nsa :ill jilae. tranls
lation of foreign quotations, wons, ald
proverb s: etc.. etc., ctv.
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fesslontal luan, and self-eduator
So"d by" All ;oo;s ik(rs.
G. & C. Mcrri:u Co.
not bulyelnjot- DICTIO.!y
i forfrec pros-eetus.
inid, utid, ndal te aythouh
b y d r n k n i / / O
inie ot ean.d :ll tewa::m th hair.b
is'ron::tt i . . te s : l:. h: tll:r 'z:.t .
Neve r Fails to Il!o.re Gray
ITa:r to its Youtafni cotor.
--- Cures sa!p d in.-.t a air fahling.
1.'anS.' a. Druggists
ne Consumptive and Feeble and all who
ufer fromn exh2,ustinl: di ':' s~hoi uw' Parker's Gxn er
diestion, Fe.naale weakues. Rheu:m2u aiti i. .itc. a 31L
MINDERCOR NS. T'r ocny sure curefr.crr...
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D A M~1SS & HEAD NOISES CUR.EDb)
as 1Ns tltLE yUBULA R EAP
UC'JSHlO0F. whispers heard. Comn
rtab:e. t,uaceanIu where all (Ln,r(ite. fall. (odby? F.llSt1oh
aniv. :,3Br'dwav. iew '-,rm. Wr,i,. f.r tookofireefsFEJW
A F-O Ill U N E FORL St
::1 0.(H00, %,1o bIl (1n Ca nad .
vlie at the ( ;r id Tfl un railway~ sale
ini h .1 : j 'ai ini ar..- in1 ihe WVes
erI (..' !2 :r'--i :. (1 .nT(.y of Chi
The v'ali'-e was( Ih 4'It'1perly of Louit
Haler-t:lt a' hii Iid inl Ro1kville',
HeI cantem fr(lli Nap'irvil'te, l!l.
!.U.S NS o,.uy I
Wills com e-t 'Ily detr"-y .he d eie f.
-thgof i it.::: , hy wb ::.o Wf::i SPECIA2t
p r- ntil s::e t2t:'tltias in -tt:,L VI
Un t:.] i 3.2 :i2r-rer:1 nlna;ny of
. ay n::sw o liu been curce
HILL'S TAE;LETS are for s
Adrx:;ui'.t. S 1.00 l'-r j:acka2ZC.
ar 1' etd wm :? d -.:, I y. re:.urn tuat
':-":hor 'i:. . re fr 'o.;aco, A
DI' NOT I DEt;Ci'IVED :::ln ni:t
61BIO CICB4JA CO~
51, 53 & 55 Opera Eleck,
(in writing plea
A Tra;et:y of the Retai Trade.
IroIl the lu1la1o (ourivr.]
-'Tle myvsterv surrounding the sid
li disappearance of Mrs. Bychepe
urne<l out to be no mystery at all."
1 fer crushed and f!attened] body was
I'Alld anlong the debris in front of I
Atclste & Co.'s hargain counter when
they swept out the next imorniig after
(nt- Inpedimuiett Removed.
- like you very much, Charley. bt
I couldn't niarry you. I don't fliuk we
could live hnppily together."
"But, my dear Maude, reflect. After
we were nmarr-ied I wouldn't be homei
Poverty in Opulence.
(Chicago Daily Inter-Ocean.]
"With all her money there is one
thing Mrs. Odgirl don't own."
"What is that?"
Nothiing but Confederat- 31.rwy.
FlIroMi the Charlotte News.]
Five old Confederate ve!erans walked
into a saloon in Raleigh the day the
Davis funeral train was there to get
sone liquid refreshments. One -f the
five planked down a silver dollar to pay
for the drinks, but the saloon-keeper
informed him that his money was not
g-ood. The old Confederate looked at
the saloon-keeper and then at his
money, but could not undermtand why
it would not go, as it had the right ring
t1 it. The sa.oonkeeper, to relieve the
old veteran of his enbarrassment, in
formed him that nothing but Confede
rate ioney passed in Raleigh that day. U
Now your blood should be purified.
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the best
spring medicine and blood purifier.
Arn f'e 1rhe i:nz and nost successful specialists an
W111 gi Ve y-oU he.1p...
Young and m:i
die aged men.
sults have follow
ed our treatment.
Many yearm ot
In the use of cura
tive mnethods that
we alone own and
control for all dis
.orders uf men who
- 1-have ek. urde
-veloped or dis
- ~eased organs. or
who are suffering
rum errors of
youtih and excess
or who are nervous
Wthe scorn of their
"fellows and the
6 contempt of their
friends and cum
:aa . apanions. lenidi us
o gwarantee to all patentr. If they can pos;blv
-,e r-stored, our own excluilve treatment
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SKIN~ DTREASESi of all kinds eured whare
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:flIVIIVUI1 and ivict'e1he
care ful invesct ration a s to our respo:
ity and the mecrits of our LTblo.ts.
hord of Gold Tablet
-OnACC() in fromt",inn days. Perfectly harm
i:y stop sinoking~ or chewing in a few days.
TA g een he~ cn-"l at home, and Witl
.Ul? J ca :r eort on the part, oi
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I the fre utse '. Lic.uor or Lor
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theset habits j in mnonlica
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ac by all FII.sT-CLAss
,aacag of-'u our
from ten to
and smoked fol
of you Tablets e
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for $1.15' worth of your 'I
them' all right and. although
thecy did the work in less thanLu
(Tillo Crr.t text Co. :-GENTI.EMI
word o r: -(e for yorTahiets.. Mv s
liqcuor.::ntri throu;1n :: fiu-na, w as led to
co<ti. <iri::ke'r, t;.t after using.your Ta'
ani w ill no: tonen liq;uor of' any kind. I hav
yo, in order to know the cure was permnnt.
mOTt CIEMICA L. Co:t-G ENTILEM EN :-Your Tablets
. (1.- mornat ..-,' hy pode(Irt.icaLly, for seven yet
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uia((1re- an Orders to
,l - T HIIICH E Lf
--5S1, 53 and 55 Ope
e mentcio this paper.)
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is P;casant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of lothers. Castoria is the Children's Panacea
-the Mother's Friend.
"Casto7 i is so well adapted to children that Castoria cures Colic, Cons'ipation,
I ro,comm -nd it as superior to any prescript:kn Sour Stomach, Diarrhcoa, Eructation,
known -o me." 11. A. ARcrm, N. D.. K:ilis Worms, gives sleep, and promotes
11, ro. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. gestion.
Without injuriou.- medication.
" "he use ,f 'Cator.a' is so universal andi
its merits ) w:ll known that it seems a work "'>r several years I have recommonde7
of supererc:gation to endorse it. Few arthe y.-our 'Castoria.' and shall always corti:ne tc
intelligent familes who do not keep Cas:to:ia dows-)as it has invariably produced beuefci.
within ea.-. reach." results."
C.u.:cs M:um, D. D., Enwi,. F. PARDEE, 3. D.,
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THE CEntRE CoxpA,Y, 7i MuRRAY S'RELr, NEw Yorz Crry
Trial. Why sufler from the bad effects of the La Grippe. Lame Back.
Kidnevand Liver Disease. Rheumatism, Indigestion. Dyspepsia, any
kind of weakness, or other diseases. when Flectricity will cure you
and keep you in health. (Headaiche relieved in one minute.) To
prove this, I will selld glni iPTj T
t any one on trial, free D J UU0U'F ELECTRIC BL.T
Prices, $3, 4i;. $10. and $15, if satl.-led. Also. Electric Trus,es and Box
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RUNNING Machine madE
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sold within last the year.
IT 1AES LIKE IT ad PAISE 1i
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one solid piece of steel-l
B:et '; o: 0 Sippill Ste CS,
THE 8-rANDARD'S M ~Acn' TO VICTro"' r R FI E Y A S
WE GUAR~ANTEEI IT ~RFV EIS
> > D. B. W HEELER,
-~ LOCAL ACENT,
WITH H-EADQUARTERS AT
It ould bhie to th ntrsto
County~ who are thinking of buy
Examine The Standard
BEFORE BUUIR .mY OTUER.
4 MRVELOUS DISOOVERY!STTOFCIH AONA
CPositively removes B T O I '
Ringbone. Splint,Joeh . ei,aExutroth
ELCRCor Curb, ls iladtsaeto erin
___ N 48 HOURS, 3.'triled eesd n sEe
Without Pain. I(uo ftl JtV i tdtsaeto
-a. - $500 Reward Leorriied,dcad,Pin
Forailurer or i gis aes0 unped
Slightest Injury. Deudl.
This is the Greatest Ct,lin ocl nCeios e
Wonder of the -19th l fr
Century, astomisn- ln oPY ad ~ nr
i nu, as it does, the R li .
'en tire Veterinary
S Circulars a"d X:ial.'nni'eddcas.au
- worn Proofs Mail-Lenr Iruisd.dcwt,oihe
ed Free. Io ht r eurdt edrade
C D.Guy Checid,taIhthireetieemnseor
No. 378 Canal St., hseatndrteepoednso
r~~vin ~~ New York. o eoetefrtdvfAgs,19
* m,i MrsN...P .C
haustd by alnte.ii 6: I cr.:. . Bete. A.t.r. Loas
re: .- !. i4- a n.-w on I... waiat--- 40 in. iS in. fl al
4d pi'. are. a:! r'-n. Mv ::Ge ':r- Hip. .... 5t in. 45 in- 91 ONFnOL A
urprise. wjin ceerfniy r,r: i" ,.ir.it with str.p inced
ATIENTS TaEATED RIY t':.l1.. CONFIDENTIAL..
Iarsle.. No Starving. Ser., -7 -e.'. :n ,tamps for pseticulars te
IR . 0. W. F. SSY!)ER. M-ViJ. '5 IlEAER. CHICA. j..
easibeandbyayil-f ihe e i
curedyurel. brylo-the uset d alitlofrk
in n.::-Ibteb e using oyour eein ol. f"o ree
or bi pl.yearand aaeiaf,w andrefoundr titowouldS
me atoizedon-th :tars;t tr, r:wiould nsmokae
bywic vonyni:aoitobscco.Hae cewe
da out. .ttveveegyeerr.,lIanddotla.pdcyingan
farlets for V Tobaccot C:iabilt. tItreceiived
grn o~- twaw:t:l:bvavyhmokmrkedchemurh
asAme. T-:W tr' tl-' 11, P.tl5O. Bo itis5.
lin ewl LllttronI 7gIlylal.dictedl- :to01thealluses ofo
itrv vou T:.let'.Hetwlaa hevy an
s,adavbacured by the use of BRC-N IL AHNR
STAREL SCTAV MCAROINY
o" i-an o i'.i. ad oun iJosldENGINES AeNDt asOExeutRSoh
last will and testatuensedftenorentn
tilS tlltgO viewti toaco ada. Mat Agenipseed. dcaih s and as Exe
)tW 1) ~-,7'::lt; o oul scktoilr ofth laGst will ads. aeto
torv :t~ ~toaCO.Ha cewd reeonr's rni M eed dnecese, an
Ilna FRR,N.Y. Halan l unGinsee casd n
aiet fr Th:cc Illlt.I rceve iLeo Snra Tui (.seed,l ln decased hritey
N :It ITC meplesur tospek I ~ tbish thitnrn reapcieryansupblefor
Dfl Wstotigy adicte tohhesueoourtune tesfoe Buyeeings o
or before thethiretdayysfbA u:tust, 189
try vo r '!'dilJ.. lieN.saC.
is easiy earne-byranyntehofeithrr wriininn
TheLE onafo> Or sLh Andes, and C. unn
ris watve. e ityouon cmpet,IoOha
haeproneamyoeCi mcs. uEcn giv th bSN D INGwtot xes
rato vouraelf.ICForurho.eywthllie;ofto d11a ittl ork,
thi'rs is. OTG Dh rane. Jt.e mi. YouE caok
alhdn,o inbhed ann ooy yo eae ofm
poCL O.aIlU, LIeR and ~To oricm,
ra Bloc. LIMA OHby.which vo aimat freet upon pdtollr apinand
~IIITf115 ~ Adress out. "Eve beinn arHEC .1uccOsula. m h
Padgetl Pays *1th1e Froight
A arge flist rated C1taFgV PhOt
ing hu.ndreds . ourniture.
Stov-s and Ihby Ciarriages will be
mailed free. if you mention this
paper. I will sell you FuR%IT1nH-,
etc., just a4 eheap is you can buy
them in large cities, and pay Uic
freight to your depot.
Here are a few samples:
A No. 7 flat topCooktng Stove with
20 cooking utensils, delivered to any
depot, for $12 00
A 5-hole Cooking Range with 20
cooking utenimls, dellvered to any
depot. for $1300.
A large line of Stoves in propor
tion. Special agent for Charter Oak
A nice Parlor Suit, upholstered in
ood plush, fashionable colors, de
livered anywhere far $3t).0. A large
line, of Parlor suits to select from.
A PEdroon Sui, large glass, big
bedstead. enclosed w:sh-1tatnd, full
quit J pieces; eh:tirN have eane seats.
delivere<d a-trwhere for $22').
) t,her ditsk)tb chieatper and more
!I). I-i vie -wile Ca rp--t t-r $7 50
p. i ngr ttnam - -t:ans.
lsdi" ' 1 . - ' ook-4 IP) "us all
F uL MER&
NEWBERRY, S., C.
We are now prepared to do ever
thi;g in the line of bildig
Scroll Sawing, and
All kinds of Turning.
We also grind corn two days in a week
Tuesday and Saturday.
We deal in all kinds of luniber-dressed
%e will accommodate town and coun
try at shortest notice.
ILL WTQII E[M1TE ED
QUALITY AND PRICE.
WE WILL REPAIR ALL
We hiave bought Mr. Shoekley's~
interest, and the firm name now is
F[[lIfR & 8TO00DIAN
THOS S. SEASE,
flttorqft at Law,
NEWBER RY, S. C.
Practices in all the Courts of thbe Stat
collections a specialty.
ONLY SIX WEEKS
GOOD AND PURE
NOW is the time to lay in your
supply while the article is
CHEAP AND PURE.
Send your Orders to the UN
DERSIG NED. but let them al
ways be accompanied with the
ALSO A FULL LINE
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Ca/f and Examine.
A TLANTC CANT LINE.
letween Chiarleston and Columnbia ant1 Uppex
south Crolinza and North Caroia
CuM)DE sED sCBE.lULE.
Go1mG WEST. GoZNG EAs'
7 to Lv...Chvarleston..Ar. 10 15
82 "...Lanes........- :
94 43 " .. umter...... " 7'l5
10) 55 Ar. ...Columbia....Lv. 6i i0
1222 " ....Prosperity.... - 4 34
I2:3 .. New berry....- - 4 15
1 :D -- -.. Clin ton......" -3
241 " .....Green wood... 2 12
S0: -" ... .A bbe ville... " 1 4i
-516 " ...Ath ens- ...." 11 27
5 0" ...Winnsboro.... " Ii 5ii
0_ ...harlotte.. " 9 :;5
pn p m
4 3~5-" -.. ..A ndersn.... " 12 55
4 45 " -... Greenviie... " Ii .57
i 50"....partan burg " 16 20
10 1) " .... shevile... 7 00
Nos. 52 and .53 Solid trains between Charles
tn andClinttoni,S. C.
H. M. E.MERSON, As,a't Gen'l Pass. Agent.
T . R1. K ELY o e Manager.
RICHYO'NI) AN') DANVILLER iL
F.W. Haidekoper& Reuben Foster, Receivers
COILXBI.AAKD f,;XU2QNVILLE 1)1VJ1,*4N.
- ASSFNGER DEPARTMENT.
Condensed Scedtle-In eflect .June 4th, 1193; -
(Trains run b.v-5th MeridifLn time.)
BETWEES CHARLESTON COLUMBIA, SENECA AND
'No. I ISTATIONS. No 12.
6 L50 aIL. Charleston........ Ar 5-O)pm
1105 a m .........Columbia ......... m
11 46 a in ..--..Alston......---- 122opm
11 4 am k ........- 121 pm
12 23 p m .....,-Prosperity......." 1140 a m
123; pm ....--Newberry....... 11 19am
12 41pm ...--.Helena ........-- 1114 am
122pm .......Chappells .... 09
14.5 p n ....NinetySix ........ 1008a
2.20 p m .......Greenwood ....... 950am
242 p m ........... Hodges....... 93am
300 p m ....--Donalds.......... 9 1 a m
3 12 p m .HoneaPath ...... 9am
337 p m ........Belton............ 845a
3 52 p m .........Anderson ......... 80am
4 28p m .........Pendleton ......... 3am
5 05 p m ............Seneca............ 58aM
530 p m ....-West Union-. 635am
536p m Ar. ..........Walhalla...... ,v 63a&=
;1XED BETWEEN GREENWOOD AND WALHALLA.
No.63 No. 62
Daily Ex. Sun. Daily Ix. Sun.
M ixed. ixedL
6 00 a m Lv. Greenwood. Ar. 9 00 p m
61 -: a ir Hodges, 7 45 p m
-733 am Donalds. s 00 p nt
7 56 a m Honen Path, 6 30 pm
8 30 a m Belton, 6 00P m
11 W0ani Anderson, 3 40 p m
12 ou m Pendleton, 2 59 p m
i 30 p m Seneca, 1 10pm
- 0I m West Un ion. 12 40 p m
700 p m Ar. Walhalla, Lv. 12 30 p in
BETWEE-N BELTON AND GREENVILLE.
Da ilIv. Daily.
No.~11 STATIONS. No. 12
3 38 p m Lv Belton. Ar 8 43am.
3 57 p in Williamston. 8 24 am
443 p m Pelzer, 8 18am
4 1.5pm Piedmont. 8 03am
4 45 p in Greenville. C & G 7 36& ai
4 55 V m Ureenville, A & C 7 30a m
BETWEEN SIARTANBULG AND COLUMBIA.
No.13 STATIONS. No.14
120 n'n Lv..........Charleston......... Ar. 530 p m
3 50p m .........Columbia....... 120pm
4.30 p m ............Alston ............ 1240pm
523 pm ........Carlisle........ 1144 am
5 32p m ............Santuc........ 1136am.
550 p m .............Union............ 1117 am
6 23 p m ..... . Paolet... .10 44 a m
6 ~>O p m Ar. ........Spartanburg......Lv. 10 2D a i
10 10 p m Ar. ......Asheville..........Lv. 700 a m
BETWEEN NEWBERRY AND LAUENS.
No. 15. STATIONS. No. 16.
125.pm ...Newberry... 1110am
I V'5pm .....Goldville..... j0 15 am
2-pi ..... Clinton..... 9 50 am
25 pm Ar Laurens Lv 9 20 am
BETWEEN HODGES AIND ABBEVILLE.
EX Sun No. IL STATIONS. No. 12. Ex Sun
No.9 Mixed. Mixed. No. 10
9 45a m 2.52 pm.LvHodgesAr 9 25am 2 25p m
10 20am 325 pmArAbbcvilleLv850 am 200pm
CONNECTIONS VIA SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. iily. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
No.9. No.9. No.38 No-LO
p. m. a m. nm. p. n.
12 30 6 4- Lv....Columbia...Ar. 2 40 9 10
5 10 KI 45 Ar...Savannah...Lv. 10 20 4 00
Parlor Cars between
Trains leave Spartanburg, S. C., A & C. Divis
ion. Northbound. 4 (9 a m, 3 4S p tu, 6 00 p m
%Vestibuled Limited); Southbound. 1 56 a m. 34i
p m. 11 37 a in. (Ves-ibuled Limited;; Wet
bound. W. N. C. Division. 6 5 p in for Hender
sonville, Asheville. and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville, S. (., A. & C. Divi
sion, Northbound, 3 07 a m, 226 p m, 508 p m.
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 307 a m, 4 42
p m, 12 2S p in. (Vestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Seneca, S. C., A. & (- Division,
Northoound, 136 am, 12 15 p m; Southbound 4 38
a m. 6 30 p m.
Trains Nos, 11-and 12 on C. and G. Division,
and Trains 13 and 14 on the A. and S. Division
will run solid to and from Charleston over the
S. C. R. R.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Char
leston and Asheville, via Columbia and Spartan
Pullma" Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9, 10,
11, 12, 37 and 38 on A. & C. Division.
W. H. GREE.N. V. E. McBEE,
Gen'I Mg'r, Gen'l Superintendent.
Washington, D. C. Columbia, . C.
W. A. TOcR., S. H. HARDWICK,
Gen'1 Pass. Agent, Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agt.,
Washington, D C. Atianta, Ga.
SCOUTH BOU,.ID BIAILRO&ID
Time Table in effeet May 7th, 1893.
To Savannah and Florida '.a columbia.
Read Down. Bead UD.
Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
PM AM PM PM
12 30 Lv Hot Springs,N.C. Ar 559
700 Asheville, " 1010
7 30 Skyland, " 9 40
8 02 Hendersonville" 9 05
8 12 FlatI?Rock, * '8 45
9 50am Laurens, "4 15
145pm Abbeville, S C 335
10 30am Clinton, --324
11 40 WaIhalla, " 71')
12 16pm Seneca, " 6 0
14u Anderson, "-433
10 20 Spartan burg, " 6 50
11 17 Un ion. " 1 45
1200M Greenville -' - , 5'
253pm Greenwcod, " 287
4 25 PM New berry, " 1257
5 i3 12 40 AIlaton, " 4 30 12 10
605 l 20Ar Co:umnbia -Lv 350 11 20
Cen tral Time. -Central Time.
AM PM PM PM
123FLv Columbia, S C Ar 2 40
7 45 2 17 Detimark, " 1257 7016
8 88 3 07 Fairfax " 120 6 12
1 00 5 '0 Ar Savannah, Ga. Lv ivzu 4 Z0
146 800 Lv Savan nah, " Ar -630 1214
3 36 103') Jesup, " 3 40 10 25
500 1250 Waycross " 1-00) s15
730 700 Callahan. FIn. 715 735
8 00 7 30 Ar Jacksor.vIlle, " 6 3 7 00
South of Columbia, Trains use 90th Merid -
an Time. North of Columbia, Trains use
75th Meridian Time.
Close connections at Savannah with the
Ocean Steamship Co's el egant Steamers for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston, and
with the Plant System of Railways and
Steamers for Cu m'a and ail pints in Plorida.
EDWARD FORD. Supt.
1 M1. FLEMING. Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Jos. F GRAY, Tray. Pass. Agt.
W. BUTLER. JR., Tray. Pass. Agt.
S EABOARD AIB LIN~E.-Short line to
Norfolk and Old Point, Va., and Columbia.
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. C. Eff'ect May
No.38 INo. 131 Eastern Time INo. 1L71 NO.41.
Daily. Daily. 1except Atlanta Daily.j Daily.
8 0'am: 4 5pmtlv Atlanta ar' 7 30am' 6 45pm
U Depot.ety tin
127am 3O0-pmni Athen s ari6 'amH 5 16pm
12 50pm1 9 00pm ar Elberton lv 5 19ai 4 13pm
1 45Spm 10 00pm ar Abbeville lv 4 21am i 369pm
2 12pm 10 25pm ar Greenw'd Iv 3 57am~ 2 41pm
3 19Jpm.ll 07pm ar Clinton lvi 3 am! 1 4pm
451pml121l8amI'ar Chester ari 2. Oamn1L.45am
6 20po 1 45amlar Monroe 1v12 50am10 I15mm
6l15am ar P.aleigh lv 8 30pm .
737iam arHendersonlv 70l7pmi
9 u0am ar Weldon lv S550pm
t0 .gam arPetersburgly 4 00pm
11 4Sam arRichmond lv 3 25pm
4 07pm ar Wash'ton lv 10 57am
5 2pm arfBaltimore lv 9 42am
7 hpm ar Philadel lV 7 20amn
1___ 3u5pm.ar NewYork lv 12 15am
5 00amlar Charlotte lv 10 00pm
9 45amar Wilm'gn v 50pm!
3 30Ipml lV Clinton ar ~ 10p
41l8pmi arNewberrylvi , 12'38pm
4 3lpm arProsperity 1v 1222.pm
5 55Spm a :r Columbia 1v 11040am
7 25pm|I ar Sumter lv 9 43am
10 l.nmI arCharlestonlyi .00m
24mtix I _ I arDarlingt'nlyj | 7 0am
9 25am lvWeldon'a) ar' 535pm
1354am lv Portsm'th ar 3 20pm
ll 45amlv Norfolk lv 300pm
f16 6pm lvNorf'lk bar~ 8 00am.
7 3'am ar Balto Iv 6 30am
104am ar Philadel lV 4 4lamn
20pm ar NewYork lv 2 10pm.
5 55.pm tv Porta'h(n)lv 9 10ami
5 lupinar Philadel lvi 11l6pmt
___8,00pm jar NewYork Iv, 1 00pml
6 30am ar Washgt'n Iv 7 00pm!
iDaily except Sunday.
(b) Via Bay Line. <n, 7ia New York. Philae
delphia and Norfolkailroad. (w) Via Norfolk
and Washington .$teamboat Co. Trains Noe I8
and 117 run solid with Pullman buffet sleeping
cars between Atlanta and Washington, and
t4llman Buffet parlor ears between Washig- *
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon and
Portsmouth: Sleeping car Bamlet and Wil
m ington. Trains Nos. 34 and 41 carry through
coches between Atlanta and Charleston, iA C.
Tickets at Union depot or at R. D. Mann's
ticket oflice, No. 4 Kimball House.
4). V. SMITH. Trafe Manager.
JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'1 Manager.
H. W. B. GLOVE R. Div. Pass. Agent. Atlanta.
C OLU)IBIA.NEWBERRY& ILAUE
ENN R. Rt.
Schedule in effect Sunday, Sept. 25th, 1. I
SOUTHBoUND ' OlTrHBOUND
No. 1. No.53. No.5.No.2
A. M. P. M. P. M. P'. Mi.
5 3) 3 25...Lv.....Clinton.....Ar... 1 30 - 835
5 37 3 30.......Dover..... 125 8%
5 45 3 38......Gold vile......... 1 17 8W1
6 02 3 46....... Kin ards....... 1 08 75
6 12 32....Gary's Lane... . 102 74
6 22 4O0.......Jalapa... ...1255 7 31
6 45 4 16...Newberry.... 12 38 70fr 1
7 23 4 32....Prosperity.......1222 6W
7 53 4 44.....Sli ghs..... 129 -607 ~
8 02 4 49...Little Mountain...1204 5
8 30 501..... Chapin........1152 53
8 55 5 13..White Rock....1140 5 .
9 10 5 19).......B lentne.. ....11 Si
9 35 530.. ......Irmo.... ... 11 28 4j1
9 55 5:1..... ..Leaphart.........11 15 33*
10 15 5 48...... ada.......1 08 -348
10 30 555 Ar...Columnbia...Lv...l t) S0
A. M. P. M. A. M. P-5
Nos. I and 2 local freight and pase
J. R. KENLY, W. G. CH ILDS, C.'. LI
Gen'I31anager. Supt. Ass'tSn
cu.red as hume with.-~
n lnt G. wne04)