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nearly Ave years, and my hair is moist,
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ervation. Iam fortyyears old, andhave
ridden the plains for twenty-five years."
--Wm. Henry Ott, allas "Mustang Bill,"
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Prevents hair from falling out.
"Anumberof years ago,byrecommen
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out and prevent its turning gray. The
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Occasional applications since have kept
my hair thick and of a natural color."
H. E, lasham, Mcinney, Texas.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Restores hair after fevers.
"Over a year ago I had a severe fever,
and when I recovered, my hair began
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turned gray. I tried various remedies,
but without success, till at last I began
to use Ayer's Hair Vigor, and now my
hair is growing rapidly and is restored
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Ayer's Hair Vigor
Prevents ha from turning gray.
"My hair was rapidly turning gray and
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HERE ARE THE BOOKS.
The OfMcial List for the Public Schools as
AAopted by the State Board.
LColumbia Journal, Stb.1
The list of school books which was
adopted by the State Board of Educa
tion for this State, to be in force for the
next five years, was given out yester
day afternoon and is as follows:
Readers-HoIrnes' Readers adopted
as a standard. The use of Appleton's
series and the &uNwaI selies permitted.
Supplemental: Cats, Dogs and Other
Friends in Feathers and Furs; Neigh
bors with Wings and Fins; Some Cu
rious Flyers, Creepers and Swimmers;
Neighbors with Claws and Hoofs;
Grandfather's Stories; Stories of Heroic
Deeds; Stories of Our Country; Stories
of Olden Time; Ten Great Events in
History; How Nations Grow and De
cay; Seaside and Wayside Hours; An
dersen's Fairy Tales; Boss' Nature's
Stories; Nature's Stories for Young
People; Leaves and Flowers; x'Esop's
(old edition); Robinson's Rudiments
(old edition); Robinson's Practical
(new edition); Robinson's Rudiments
(new edition). The new editions to be
recognized as the standards. The use
of Wentworth's Grammar School and
Primary Arithmetics is permitted, and
also Sanford's Common School and In
termediate Arithmeltics; the 1st : to.
be restricted a tLe counties nu . o
English Grammar-Tarbell's Les-'
son's in Language (books 1 and 2);
Strong's Exercises in English; Sewell's
ing book; Read's Word Lessons.
-Copy Books-Ellsworth's CopyBook;
Graphic System in Penmanship.
Physiology and Hygiene-Stowell's
Primer of Health; A Healthy Body;
Essentials of Health; Edward's Cate
chism of Health.
Histories-Hansel's History of the
United- States and- Higher History of
the United States, and Montgomery's
Beginner's American History; Ander
. son's General History; Chapman's
History of South Carolina.
Geography-Mauray's Series; TiI
den's Commercial Geography.
adopted as a standard. The use of
Worcester's to be permitted in the
counties now using them, if the.y so
Civil Government-Peterman's "Ele
ments of Civil Government."
Ethics-Comegy's Primer of Ethics;
8teeles' Rudimentary Ethics.
Maps-Heath's Outline Maps; Orm
stead's Map of South Carolina, adopted;
Orlnstead's blackboard eraser, black
board (cloth and paper), crayons and
maps were recommended.
Drawing-Graphic System of 01ject
* Literature-Morgan's English and
American Literature; Reading in Lit
erature; Riverside Literature Series;
English Classic Series.
Library-Tbe "Story of the Iliad;"
Stories from Waverly; "Madam How
and Lady Why," with Classical My
thology for children.
Many Per'sons are broken
down from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuil<1s the
system, aids digestion. removes excess of bile.
and curesinalania. Glet he geuine.
Remarks by Colonel DeBauch.
The country is going to the dogs, and
Congress will not prescribe a remedy
I am persuaded that political plat
forms were not made to stand on, but
to dodge under when it rains.
The cry of hard times is a blessing
in disguise. It gives so many honest
men an excuse for not pay ing t heir.
Some men whip the devil round the
stump because they are too lazy to
give him a fair chase in a ten-acre field.
Before a man goes to Congress he
gives his constituents the earth; but he
takes amortgage on it, which lie fore
closes when be gets there.
The office that seeks the man in this
enlightened age is the one where the
funds are missinlg.
S Swift's Specific S
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S Blood and Skin S
re'libl cure for Contagious S
Blood Poison, Inherited Scro
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S nd Children it ha- no equal.
S Being purelyu'egetable, is h!arm-5
less in its effects..
S A treatise on Blood and SkinlDis -_
eases mailed FRFE on appklatlon.
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ONE ON SABI JONES.
How He Was Supplied With Butterwilk
The Dallas (Tex.) News tells a good
one on Rev. Sam Jones.
Brother Jones is very food of butter
milk and in conversation with a re
porter the other night jocularly re
marked that he could drink more but
termilk than anybody in town. "And
no one," said he, "could send me any
thing that I would appreciate more
than fresh buttermilk."
The News published Rev. Sam's re
mark, but it seems the trethren and
sisters failed to see the joke and took it
The next mornijg Brother Jones had
not b een out of bed ten minutes before
there was a knock at his door and the
b -11 boy handed him a tin bucket full
of fresh milk, sent by a sister who bad
a fine Jersey cow. He accepted it and
turned the bucket up to his parched
lips and took a long swig.
Just then another knock sounded on
the door aud the bell boy had a pitcher
of bL. emilk sent by a lady who had
a Holstein cow.
"Humph," said Brother Jones, "I
won't suffer for buttermilk on my last
day in Dallas."
He resumed reading and in a few
minutes a knock came again, and this
time the bell boy had two half gallons
of buttermilk sent by two different sis
ters, and Brother Jones commenced to
Then he went down to pick a chick
en bone and drink a cup of coffee. Then
he hastened back to his room. When
he arrived at his door there were no
less than three men and two boys, and
each had buttermilk for him, and be
fore he could get his door locked two
more brethren came bringing butter
Brother Jones commenced to grow
restless and was beginning to wonder
if every sister in town had churned the
day before. He lighted hi cob pipe
and started to read the morning paper,
when the bell boy informed bim that
there were two ladies in the parlor who
wanted to see him. He went down
and to his horror each lady had a
pitcher of buttermilk for him, and they
commenced to sing the praises of their
Brother Jones was beginning to look
haggard and distressed, and when the
bell boy brought up the card of a caller
he shouted, "Go back and tell the gen
tleman that it is impossible for me to
see anyone, and that I've. got milk
enough to float a Trinity river steam
Rev. Sam then picked up the News
and read his talk with the reporter
about buttermilk. "That's what's the
matter," he said throwing the paper to
the floor. "That long-legged, gander
IeCked, slab-sided little fool of a. re
porter put that in the paper, and here
they are sending me enough milk to
Then another knock at the door was
answered, and a darkey entered with a
gallon pickle bottle of fresh milk.
"Take that stuff back and tell them
that-I am sick of buttermilk."
Then he made a bee-line for the
elevator, and barelyjescaped three more
sisters with pails of milk.
Next time Brother Jones works off a
joke in Dallas he will see that it is ac
companied by a diagram, and will end,
"No buttermilk wanted."
To cure nervousness your nerves
must be fed by pure blood. Hood's
Sarsaparilla makes pure blood. Take
A Teetotaler's Flea.
"This new soap," said the barber, is
very nice. It is largely made of cream,
with just a little dash of alcohol in it."
"Well, remember, I'm a temperate
man," returned Dobbers," and don't
put any more of it in my mouth than
you can help."
TETER FOR 15 YEARS
On Face And Scalp. Physicans Pre
scriptions and Remedies Fail. Lost
All Hope of Cure. Thought Himelf
DISFIGURED FOR LIFE
Cuticura Removed Crusts at Once.
Disease Entirely Gonein One Month.
Now No Trace. Skin Smooth.
For -more than fifteen years I was effected
with: rnnning Tetter on my face and scalp.
Various.prescriptions and many remedies were
furnished, being afterwards treated by many
hysicias, and af to no avail. I had lost l
hope of ever being cured, and concluded that I
was disfigured for life. A friend persuaded mie
to gve the CU'racUA RExEDIEs a trial, which I
-'rT two tesonfuls after eahma, bted
the effected prsin warm water with CUTiCuaA
soAP, and apled the CU'rzcURA freely until the
crusts were alremoved. In one month yface
and scalp were perfectly smooth. I giethis
cheerful testimony for the benefit of alwho are
thus affnicted. T. J. CABANIsS, D-D..
TETTER ON SCALP AND HAND
Used CuTncunA RErEnIES for Tetter on the
scl. They left me sound and well. My aunt
had Eczma of the scalp since girlhood. CUTr
cuRA Raxnu ured her.
Had Dry Tetter on my bands. Used several
remedies without relief. CUTIcURA Btnns
soft y F. B.WALKR,Oakad, G.
THE TORTURED, DISFIGURED
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WOOD WORKING MACHINERY
BRICK AND TILE MACHINERY
BARREL STAVE MACHINERY
GRAIN THRESHING MACHINERY
SAW MILL MACHINERY
RiCE HULLING MACHINERY
ENGINES AND BOILERS
State Agency for Talbott & Sons' Engines and
Boilers, saw and Grist Mills.
Brewer's Brick Machinery.
Double Screw Cotton Presses.
Thomas Direct-Acting Steam Presses-no
Thomas' Seed Cotton Elevators.
Hall and Lummus Gins.
Engelberg Rice Hullers.
H, B. Smith Co.'s Woodworking Machinery.
Planers, Band Saws, Moulders. Mortisers,
Tenoners, comprising complete equipment
for Sash, Door and Wagon Factories.
DeLoach Plantation Saw Mill, variable feed.
Belting, Fitting and Machinery Supplies.
Write to Me before Buying
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[New York Herald.]
St. Paul would have satisfied us bet
ter if he had been a little more definite
in his statement. He was a very prac
tical man and must have been fully ac
quainted with the uses as well as the
abuses of money. The civilization of
his day was based on industry, manu
facture and commerce, and these mean
money. There has never been any
prosperous and contented community
in which the desire to- possess money
was not an ennobling and developing
impulse. That nation is most secure
in which the struggle to obtain money,
not for itself, but for what it will pur
chase, commands the best energies and
controls the ambitions of the people.
Indeed a society that despises money
is unthinkable. Money and human
progress are closely interwoven with
each other. You can hardly have the
first without the second.
But when the love of money becomes
a passion it is an unmixed evil. The
an who is inoculated with this dis
ase becomes an easy prey to evil de
ices, for the devil is well nigh omnip
tent when he holds a lump of gold
efore f,be eyes of avarice or covetons
ess. St. Paul must have known that
here could have been no schools in
arsus, no trade in Damascus, no pub
li institutions in Rome, no architect
re in Athens if the love of money had
ot pervaded the world. It is clear,
herefore, that he denounced the miser
ather than the merchant and de
lored robbery and rapine rather than
hdnest toil for honest wages or profits.
Solomon in the book of Ecclesiastes
eclares that "money is a defence,"
nd in another portion of the same
reatise he tells us that "money an
wereth all things." A defence in
eed ! The poor girl who in her ex
treme poverty finds temptations too
strong to resist, who sells herself be
ause she has nothing else to sell, and
ust either do it or starve, would be
rotected fronir the encroachments of
dishonor if she possessed even aslender
ncome. A few hundreds a year would
iterally constitute for her "a defence.''
nd the man who has plenty of money
discovers that he is therefore able to
ave everything else. The handful of
oin is not simply useless metal; it is
ike the magician who brings houses
and furniture and paintings and every
thing to make life comfortable and
uxurious. To him "m.aney answereth
During the last few months the
whole American people have had a
painful experiene. We have felt both
poor and de'pre.tsed. The agonies
hich bu..iness' men' have endured if
piled together in a single heap would
noiten the eys~ of a n,.elb' ith I'ity.
Scores of brave ,.n is wii h fanmilies de~
endent on thema ha~ve fought with the
ourage of a forlo.rn hop., grown te.m
years older in three times thirty days
and died a thousand deaths in the
dread of ruin. Daughters hurled from
the drawing room to poverty, sons
taken from college and high prospects
-these are not matters to be looked
upon with indifference, and we should
hardly like to measure the amount of
that kind ofsufferinig which has shaken
the community with anticipation of
evil. Twenty years of successful busi
ness toppling on the edge of the chasm !
The careful savings of a lifetime blown
away like a mist in a whirlwind !
And the same is true o,f the wage
earners. They want bread, but there
can be no bread without work. A mill
shut down is like an avalauche that
buries them. The wife and children
ask in vain, and the poor fellow is
driven well nigh mad with desperation.
here may he money enough some
where, but like a frightened fox it has
rushed to cover. Money hid away is
noney lost. When the rich hold on to
their crah the poor must live on half
rations. When money roams about
without fear there is a hum of indus
try everywhere and one need starve.
Say what you please, then, it is
money that builds homes and churches,
nd gives an opportunity to philan
thropy and charity. Savages carry no
pocketbooks, because they are savage;
hut when civilization begins its glo
rious work money is worth all it costs
to get it. It must be honest money,
though, or it will burn the owner's
fingers, whether that owner be a na
tion or an individual.
Still, the meanest and most micro
scopic man in the universe is he who
loves a dollar simply because it is a
dollar. He is so sma:i and thin that
there is no room for a soul inside his
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word of praise for your Tablets. My
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constant drinker, but after using your'I
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WELLS ON INTERNAL TAXES.
The Tariff Reformer Tells How to Increase
Hon. David A. Wells, the veteran
tariff reformer, has submitted a lengthy
report to Secretary Carlisle in answer
to his request for an "opinion as to the
expediency, from a strictly revenue
point of view, of maintaining or chang
ing the present internal revenue taxes
on distilled spirits, malt liquors and
Mr. Well's conclusions are given as
"The wisest fiscal policy for the Fed
eral government, certainly for the im
mediate future, would seem to be to
impose the maximum rates of taxa
tion on distilled spirits, - fermented
liquors, and tobacco, that will not cre
ate in face of efficient administration
and severe penalties, undue tempta
tions for revenue evasions. In the
case of distilled spirits, on wbich the
existing rate under the most favorite
conditions of production is always in
excess of 300 per cent. on their first
cost, or taxable unit, this line seems
to have been absolutely ignored, but as
the experience of recent years shows
that the revenue from this source is
increasing in ratio equal to or in excess
of the increase ef population, and the
amount of illicit product comparatively
small, any change in the present tax
would seem clearly inexpedient.
"Cu the other hand, in the case of
fermented liquors and tobacco, the ex
isting taxes are far below the safe line
of expediency, and might beadvanced,
i. e., to the extent of $1 per gallon or
one-fifth of a cent on the half pint in
respect to the former, and in the latter
atleast, to the rates imposed in 1882,
with great advantage to our national
revenue and to a greater simplification
of our whole fiscal system. Certainly,
if additional revenues to meet present
existing and extraordinary require
ments for expen.litures are needed, iL
would be difficult to show where an
immediate annual increment-with a
certain large annual increase of the
same in the future-could be obtained
with less of expense and popular fric
tion than by the tax modifications sug
"The existing custom duties on the
imports of spirits, fermented liquors,
and tobacco are exceedingly high and
absurdly disproportionate to the cor
responding internal revenue taxes on
the same, and can undoubtedly be
modified to some extent to the ad
vantage of the revenue. Thus, on im
ported spirits the duties are $2 per
proof gallon and the internal revenue
tax 90 cents; on fermented liquors the
relative rates are 20 cents and 32-~5
cents per gallon, and on snuff, chewing
and smoking tobacco, 50 and 40 cents
and 6~ cents, respectively. In the
United Kingdom, where the produc
tivity of taxes has.been carefully stud
ied, the custom duties exceed the ex
cise (internal revenue) taxes upon beer
by 6d. (12 cents) on thirty-six gallons,
and upon spirit 4d. (S cents) per proof
"One effect of the maintenance of our
excessively high duties on imported
spirits is that a greater opportunity is
offered to combinations (trusts) of do
mestic producers to advance the price
'f domestic consumers; and another is
that they encourage the domestic man
ufacture from cheaper materials of imi
tations of foreign spirits, whereby the
American consumer is induced to use
a spurious in place of the genuine arti
cle, and the Government is defrauded
of the difference in relative taxation,
an amount believed to be very consid
Mr. WVells estimates that by the
changes he proposes the internal reve
nue from fermented liqnors would he
increased from $32.000,000 to $64,000,
000, and from to)bacco from $32,000,000
to 860000,000. Also that ihe customs
revenues from imported spirits, wines
and beer would be increased from $9,
000,000 to $10,000,000, and from tobacco
from $13,000,000 to $16,000,000. The
aggregate receipts from internal reve
nue taxes and customs duties on these
three commodities he thus estimates
would be increased from $180,000,000 to
$245,000,000. He concludes:
"It is therefore obvious that from
taxes judiciously imposed on only three
commodities of branches of industry,
the Federal governmzient can at the
present time certainly, economically,
and with less burden and disturbance
to its people than by any other form cf
levy, collect an annual revenue suffi
cient iodefraytall of its ordinary ex
penditures, including interest on all its
debts, and have in lmidijtion an ainnual
surlus of $5t:00 (I<0, leain g its total
revenue from other sou:ces-- i. e., im
.p..t dui., les those colltcted from
who have been
cured"Cly the use of
7X OHIO CrLMICAL Co.:
DzAr Sn::-I have been using your
for tobacco habit, and found it would
at ou i for it. I used ten cents
thestrong.+t chein tobacco a day,
onle to Gve igairs;7orngiwould smoke
forty pipfsof tobtcco. Have chewed
)r twenty-dve years, and two packages
cured me so I have no desire for it.
B. M. JAY LOID, Leslie, Mich.
DoBBs FRT, N. Y.
).:-GzxTLxMN:-Some time ago I sent
Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I received
iwas bo:, i a beavy snoker and chewer,
n tre!d:~ys lauicured.
S, M Y'IMV JOHNSO-, I'.O. Box45.
rm N:-It gives me pleasure to speak a'
son was :trongly addicted to the use of
>tryyou-T--blets. Hewasaheavy and
liets but th ree days he quit drinking,
Te wv ited f-ur month before writing
t. -Youzs truly,
:.Yo g. HELEN MORRISON.
s have performed a miracle in my case.
ars, and .ave been cured by the use of
my part. W. L. LOTEGAY.
era Black. LIM, OHIOe
spirits, beer and tobacco, and receipts
from permanent miscellaneous sources,
aggregating about $9,000,000-available
for the payment of pensions and for
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filling out, and premature baldnesw, do
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Smythe, of Bungtown Corners; "I gave
him a pie and asked him to saw some
wood; and about ten minutes later he
came in and asked me if I'd mind if he
ate the wood and sawed the pie."-Ba
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Our Shortened Schedules.
While the fast mail from New Yolk
to Jacksonville reaches here later than
it did last winter, it is running on a
much faster schedule-the fastest, in
fact, ever operated between the two
cities. not excluding the vestibuled
For instance, the regular fast mail
schedule last winter was 32 hours and
55 minutes, the passenger taking the
train from New York at 12 o'clock
midnight of Monday, say, and reach
ing Jacksonville at 8:35 o'clock a. m.
on Wednesday. This was an excellent
thing for the public here, for it placed
the New York and other northern
newspapers in our hands by 9:15 in the
morning and our mail by 10 or 10:30
But for the traveling public the old
time of leaving New York and all
points between there and Washington
was extremely awkward. Nobody
likes to start on a journey at midnight,
and the result was, as long as the old
schedule was in operation, that the tour
ists particularly preferred to take the
other train which was slower but started
at a more convenient hour.
Now, however, the schedule is not
only more convenient but much faster.
The passenger leaves New York at 9:30
a. ifr one day and reaches Jacksonville
the next at 1:15 p. m.-the running
time being only 27 hours and 45 min
utes and the traveler being only one
night on the road. This short time is
due chiefly to the Atlantic Coast Line
cut-off and it is something that the
public will appreciate thoroughly as
often asit is called upon to travel south
It should be borne in mind also in
this connection 'bat the railroad and
steamship companies between New
York and Havana-eight in number
formerly received additional pay from
the post office department fdr their
fast mail service, this amounting to
about a quarter of a million dollars an
nually. The same companies now give
us a much faster schedule but without
any additional pay. We surely have
nothing to complain about in this par
In all probability 'he regular sched
ule will be materially shortened next
winter, and the vestibuled trains will
undoubtedly cover the distance from
New York to Jacksonville in twenty
four hours-landing ptsssngers i--i
Jacksonville in season fur breakfast
and in St. Augustine for a late break
fast or fo'r a noon luncheou.-The Bor
ida Times Union.
D. HATHAWAY & zl.,
Are the leading and most successlspaecal:s*t an
wil give you help.
. dle aed men.
sults have follow
ed our treatment
-- MN fn the use of cura
tive methods that
--we alone own and
control for all dis
Sordersof msen who
.ehave weak, ude
..vloped or dis
eed organs, or
ho are suffering
rom errors of
auth and excess
*who are nervous
ee acorn of their
' llowa and the
contempt of their
fri. ends aud com
panions, leads us
-oguarantee toall patients. If they can possibly
te restored, our own exclusive treatment
will afford a care.
WO!WENI Don't you want to get cured of that
weakness with a treatment that you can use at
home without instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment has cured others. why not you? Try it.
CATARR, and diseases of the Skin, Blood.
Eeart, Liver and Kidneys.
STPEILIS-The moat rapid, safe and e.Sective
remedy. A complete Care Guaranteed.
SKIN DISEASES of all kinds cured where
many others have failed.
UiNNATURAL DISCHARGES prom y
cured in a few days. Quick, sure and safe.
includes Glees and Gonorhea.
TRUTHi AND FACTS.
We have cured cases of Chronic Diseases that
have failed to get cured at the hands of other specia'
lntt and medical institutes.
*... .R EW EMWER that there Ie hope
for Y-.'. Consult no other, as you may wasta valuable
time. J.btain our treatment at once.
Beware of free and cheap treatmnents. We give
the best and most scientific treatment at modere
pr!ces-as low as can be done for sfe and skillful
treatment. FREE consultation at the otfice or
oy mail. Thorough examination and, careful diag
nsils. A home treatment can be given in atnmjority
of cases. send for Symptom Blank No. 1ifor Men:
No. 2 for Women; No. S for skin Diseases. All corre
spondence answered promptly. Businese strictly con
fidential. Entire treatment sent free from observa
tin. Refer to our patients, banksa and businessl men.
Address or call on.
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.
221-2 South~ Broad Street. ATLANTA, CIA
IFEj*OR L IVE R?
and WI TTamSW
Cures DYSPEPSIA, LIVER and
HIDNEY Troubles when all else fails.
--25e, 50c, $100.
LIFE MEDICINE COMPANY,
Spartanburg. S. C.
'W. L DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE NO mPa
Do you wear them? When nextlin need trytapair.
Best in the world.
*4.00 2 2.50
*3.50 A 42.00
*2.0 -FOR LADS
If you want a Sne DRESS SHOE, made in the later
styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 oi
$5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and ok an<
wear as well, if yes wIsh to economize in your footwear
do so by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoes. Name an<
price stamped on the bottom, look for it when you buy
1W.L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass. Spld by
O. M. JAMIESON.
A TLANTIC COAST LINE.
3. PAssENGER .)FEPA R'w ENT.
Wilmington, N. C.. June 18, 1893.
Bewe hrleston an d Columbia anti Upp e
south Carolina and North Carolina
and Athens and Atlanta.
GOING WEsT. GOING EAsm
No. 52. No.53.
7 15 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 8 45
8 44 " ...anes-......." 705
9 43 " ...8nmter......" 5 45
1 5 Ar....Columbia..Lv. 4 20
1229 "...,Prosperity... 257
1241 " .. Newerry... * 42
13: " ...Cinuton......" 20)
3 09 "... Abbeville..." 12 15
5 08 " ... A thens..." 1005
7 4, ".... A tlan ta....." 7 30
I 10i " ...Winnsboro...." 11 54
- 7 30 " .....Charlotte..." 9835
3 57 " ......Anderson..... " 12 55
4 4'5 " ...reenville... " 1 t 57
6 50 "... spar'.anbure " 10 20
9 1i1 " ..Hendersonvlfe " 8 02
10 15 "... A,sheville... ' 7 00
Nos. 52 and 53 iSolld trains between Charles
ton and Clinton, S. C.
H. M. EMERSON, Ass't Gen'1 Pass. Agent.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
J. R. KENLY, Gen'1 Manager.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitch
and Children. It contains ni
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Sooti
It is Pleasant. Its guarat
Millicns of ZMothiers. Casto
-the Mother's Friend.
"Cat r 0 ssowell adpe t hldnta
I recommend it as superior to ay prescription
known to me." HI. A. ARcaEr, M. D.,
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supereregation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent fam-ilies who do not keep Castoria
within eay reach"
C..c aa-rrs, D). D.,
-New York City.
Tum Cz 4
WE GUARATEE ]
NORTHBOND. - SOUTBOUI
No.38No T 1 . atern Tim O 117 o.
S EABOARD Aepo ety tm ot in
S.C. 9e lpne toarlerton, S. 52.a 40fet
1215p8 000ma Abvle3v427m39
123 N6pm 1345p atrnw' Tiv o02am 2o.
1640amb112Opm1ar 'Clintan av 307am 6 41
3 2p l 3pm lar Chst ar2Wam il0 45
50pam. 9 50am1ar Mleon lv 250aml1 45
65lp1 15am-lar Aleighl lv 8437pm3 1
726p 10a~m at rendolv 6403pm2 1
I 90ml 00amar Welidon lvi 5 l5pm 45
33pm 032~am!arPesterurgly am343pm
3pm 40pm ar Wash'to lv,0257amtOS
a 9m ar hildeolvl 6 2am .
10(30pm ar NeYork lvl1 5a~m
1503am arPCaoterbuz10 300pm1
9t 00am;arWiclmgndlv; 238pm!
2.00ppm 'yr Clinton .var01 30m
2524pm arNeBaiieylv 94243m
27ppmar Popaeitlv! 720am
10p 3parNeColumialVIl 115
- 45p UOmTtarlomte Ivil .O9p5&
24)Opm lrCaletonavl 7101
532pm I [ arDabryl'l j 2430j
9 25a IavWeodonena)yar 5 2
11 35am ar Portsmn'th ar 8 11pm'
14amlv Norfolk 17; 300pmj -
't6 'pmn arNorf'lk b ar 8 00amn
,7 00am ar Balto Iv 6 30pm
10 47aniar Philadel 1v 4 41pm
1 20pm ar NewYork Iv te 10pm
C 5)pm,lv Ports'h in)1v 9 10ama
.5 10am uar Philadel lv 11 16pm!I
8 mmnpar NewYork iv~ 8 0pm!
6 00pm; lv-Iort&h li) ar 800am
630amiarWash'gen lv~ 700pm!
tDaiy except Sunday.
(b) Via Bay Line. (n I Yia New Tnrk. Phi
delohia and NorfolkRailroad. (w) Via Norf<
and WVashington Steamboat Co. Trains Nos.
and 1'7 run solid with Pul!man buffet sleepi
cars between Atlanta and Washingtonk, a
Pullmian Buffet parlor ears between Wasil
ton and New York. Parlor ear W eldon a
PortsmnSul,h: Sleeping car Hamlet and V.
mngton. Trains Nor'. 34 and 41 carry throu;
coaches between Atlanta and Charleston, S.
0. V. SM IT H. TrafHec Manager.
JOHN C. WINDER. Gen'l Manage:
H. W. B. GLOVE R. Div. Pass. Agent. Atlanta
S OUTH BOUND EAILROAD
TO SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA V
EtTetive July 2nd, 1893.
Read D)own. Read U
Eastern Time. Eastern Tir
8 10) a mn L v.......sh evlle...... r 6 40 p
S::a m...........Sk yla nd. .......;609 p
9 16i a m...... Hender 4onvile,....5 ': p
9 27a m........lat Rock.........5'21
10 4.) a n...... Laurens, S. C........2 '
11 50aim......... bevlle,.......... I1 p
11 I0 a m..........Clito.-......2 5 F
9 30 am.......... . l halla,.......... 6 0p
10 0a m............Seneca...........53
111.5 a m.........nderson......4 24 p
11 45 a m....... Sparta nburg,.......25p
1 10 p mn.........nio. SC ........ 1 0p
10 1.5 a m....... Greenvlle,........a I5 p
12 55 i....... Gree wcod,...... 2 37 p
2 WJ9 p m....... New berry.........1 50
3 33pm............Alston,.........203 p
4 15 p mAr.... Colum bia.....Lvl1120Oa
Centra Time. Central Tir
3 20 pam Lv..Colubia,SC C...rl1020 a
5 03 p in......... eniark,........ 8 7 a
5 52 pm.........Fairfax.........749 5
8 03 pm..A r avannah, Ga Lv.... 600 a
6 10 a mn Lv.... Savannah, Ar... 8 3 p
8 00 a m...........eu,........... . 6p, . 25 p
9 i5 a m........ Waycross......... 5I1 p
12 00 noon ArJaksonvlle, Fla Lv 2 p
bous. of Columnwa, Tramas use 9uth Mer
ian Time. North of Columbia, Trains1
75th Meridian Time.
Close connections at Savannah wIth 1
Ocean Steamnship Co.'s elegant Steamers
New York, Phiiladelphia and Boston, a
with the P!ant P.ant System of Railway a
Steamers for Cuba and all points in Florida
E.wAxm F'ORD, Supt.
I. M. FLEMING, Gien'l Pass. Awt.
Josi.F. GRaay, Grav. Pass. Agt.
d-.-.sd b t e. ': IeidVt. Before. After. I
.oa word r.e acc :ramir.: i'. Weight45 P..s t 1%is5
as J.w :h sun r:>d .:b- : , t.... eia. SHmn.
r.at. Iar.c :ii kre a -w beum. 1.,W iwas...44.t. i i in. I
ndas reall goe. Myt- .dsiat dli....S57in. 48in.
.m,ls.Wil cheurfni repy to laca!res with s:tn ic.e
PATENTS TREAEAY MAL. CONFIDENTI
er's - -escription for nnata
eith Opium, Morphine nor
It is a harmless substitute
ing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
tee is thirty years' use by
ia is the Children's Panace
Castoria cures Colic, Constpation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoa, Eructatmn,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
without injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
your 'Cstoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneal
EDwIn F. PAZ, . D,
1Mth Street and 7th Ave., NowYerk CMty.
Aoxa--r, 77 XMMUAT S==. NZV YoM C=r
OST SIMPLE AND LIGHT
RUNNING Macliine made
It does the largest range of'wirk
of any machine and gives entire
PRiSfaCtiOL. Being a contino s
-movement, gets rid of all friction
SIX YEARS on the met
and 200,000 Machines sold, 10,OO
sold within last the year.
TELOBlS LinI IT AiP S M ig NO
[Standard Rotary SnntUte
one solidfiece of steQ
T VOR FTVE x
IMl sojt 10NP
D. B. WHEELER,
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
NEWBERRY, S. I -
It would be to the interest-e
every citzen of Newberry and the
County who are thinking of
ingn a machine to call on D
Examine The Standard
MEFOR BIYIIG SIT OuR.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLX3&13
to Samuel Spcr,. W.Euldk -e Rme
' Cor.mrA aND GREARvXLLU DITYmt.
7- . .PAssErGEE DEPARmENT.
Condensed8chedule-In eftect July2nd,I1R
(Trains run by75th Meridian time.
v. ETWEENr.H.<OH,OWt,crm iewers
. No.11 STATIONS. N
m 730 a mLv. ......Chareton....Ar.84p
.m 11203apm .....Clmb.... 415pm
n -12035pm ......-..Alson........... 3 1pan -
m 12180pm PomariaNew ....... -39pm
m 1254 pm ............Helena...... 221pm
2 370pm .......Geenwoo......... 156-pm
300 p.m ......... .... 125 m
320pm ......wod......... LJoym
3 35 pm .......Honea Path...... 1208pm
355 pmi Ar. ............2Belton ...........LV. 1145am
4 00 pm Lv ......-...Beton...........Ar.114S m
4 21p m .... .A nderson ......... 11Sam
-4 58 pm .........Pendeton..... 3Main
5 30 p m Ar. -........Sene~a. Lv. 1000 am
5 35 p m Lv. ...-.....Sen ees........... Ar. 10 0a
-6 05 pm Ar. .........WaN2iHa.....LY 921ams
im515 p mAr. .-....Greeavxlle.......LV. 10 15Sa
so BETWEEN~ ANDERSON, BELTroN AND G
m No. 12 STAT1IONS. N
S30sp m Lv. Anderson Ar. 32 elpm
-- 40Op mAr Belton, LV .11.G am
4 00 p mLv. Belton Ar.11ISaZu
4 20 p mAr. Wmllmsmton. -1119a m
4 26 pm Pelzer, 16 am
4 40 pm Piedmont, -1048-ams
5 15p m Greenville, C &G 10 15 a
BETWEEZN CHARI.ESTON. COLUIBIA,. AN.E00
12 15p m ..-........Alston............ 3 mpm
-106 pm ..........Carlsle............ 219pam
1k 14pm ............Union............ 120m a
2 10 pm .....Jonesville..... 3240p-t
2 23 pm ............Pao olet........... 1225pm
2 50 pm Ar. .......Spartanburg........Lv. 1145am
6g (4 p mAr. .........A sheville..........Lv. 812 am
a ETEE REWBEERY, CLINTON AND) LAUN
ii- Ex.sun Ex.Sun.
h.No.15. STATIONS. No. 16.
- Lv. Ar.
1i 20am ....Columbia... 4 15 pm.
-1250pm ...Newberry... 1239 pm -
1 5pm.....Goldville..... 11 35 am
215pm -....Clinton..... 11 10am
2 5 pm Ar Laurens Lv 10 40 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVILLE.
~ADaily. Daily. STATIONS. No. '0EzSun
No. 9 No. 1l Mixed. No.64
12 40p m 3 05pm.LvHodgesAr 256 pm 1226pm
rd 100p mf325pm.iarraugh's f285pm*120Epm
. 115p m 3 40pmArAbbevlleLv2IOam1150p m
-e coEros via socTH BOUND RAImAD.
rnDaily. Daily.- CENTRAL TIME Dal47 .Daily.
o 8 00pm Ar...Savanna*h... Lv.6O00am
mm 20pm. Lv. Columbla.Ar. 10 20 am
m, Nos. 13 and 14 are solid trains between
mo Ci:arleston and Asheville.
m Through coach between Savannah and
mo Ashevlle on 14 and 13.
m Trains leave Satburg, S. C., A & C. Divs
mn lon, Northboun 143 am,S503p m, 612 pm
m (Vestibuled Limited); Southbound,1225 am, 25
m p m,. 11 37 a mo. (Vestibuled Liie,West.
mo bound, W.N. C. Division, 620 p mand 31p..
m, for Hendersonville, Asheville, and Hot Spig.
so Trains leave Greenville, S. C., A. & V. Divi
m sion, Northbound, 12 42 am, 4( p00o and 528
e. p m.Vestibauled Limited) So 1a. mo.
mo sij p. mo,, 12 28 p. o Vsiuled T-imite
mo '"'rains leave Sna.S. C., A. &V Dlv,
m N'-rthnound, 11 3, p. m.,- 2 37 p. m., and 4L
mo r -a.; Southbound 232 a. m.,a51p. m,, and
s PUTLTMAN CAE SERVICE.
m.1lman Sleepers on 13 and 14, between Char
mo lea.ton and Asheville, via Colnenhaand Spartai
dPullman Palace SleigCaronTrism 35and
ise 36. 37 and 38on A.&( Dvision.
hW. A. TULEK, S. H. ILA RTWICE,
heGen'1 Pass. Agent, Ass't Gen'1 Pam. AL
or Washington, D.C. 'Atlanta, a
nd V. E. MIcBEE, SOL HaAG
-Columob SC. Was n,'C
W. H. GREERR Gen'1 Mg'r, We=h n, D.C.
~ VIRGINIA COLLEGE
?For YOUNG LADIES, Eeamoke,Va.
Opens Sept. 14, 1:193. A beautiful and at
Stractive c.ollege home. New buildings,
among ;he finest in the South. Modern Im
provements. Sew Plancet and furniture.
-ss Campus ten ace,mgificent mnountain
scenery; In Valyof Virginia, lamed for -
Shealth. European and American teachers.
. Fullcourse. Advantages in Music and Art
d' unexcelled. For Catlalogue address the Pres.
'W. A. HAEIS,D. D. Roanke,Ta,