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ARV ON ORANA.
Some Growers Make Money-Others Do
sot-One Man Declarce That the
Climate Ia Worth $100 an Acre.
but Says the Soil is no
Some portions of west Florida are
still in the piney woods and very lone
some. Traveling overland I found the
habitations several miles apart on the
- - main road, but was told that the little
grass-covered roads that branched (Ai
right and left led to somebody's house,
where clever people lived and cultivated
orange trees for a living.
"This is a great country," said a
settler, "where the climat., is worth
$100 an acre and the land ain't worth a
darn. It is risky for a m:n to die here
and be buried for there is not ennug;h
virtue in the soil to make him rie, alheu
Gabriel blows his horn."
a "It seems to produce fine oranges,"
"Yes," said he, "but what's oranges?
The more oranges he has got the poorer
he is. The price has get. down to about
20 cents a hundred on the tree, and he
can't keep up his grove for that." -
That man was a pessimnist, and there
are thousands of them. I fo'znd Mr.
Starr packing 2.505 boxes of his own
crop and he said that his net profit
would be GO cents a box, and that
would pay him well on his investment.
He is an optitnist and is increasing
his acreage every year. I tound Mr.
Robinson near Lenard with 2U,000 trees
and he is entirely content with his
business. His twenty acres of bearing
trees have paid all the expenses of in
creasing his acrenge:and all will be bear
ing in two years more. Like every
other trade or calling more depends on
the man than on the business. Mr.
Sampson has shipped thirty carloads of
lemons and is getting rich. But I see
many neglected groves and some that
have been abandoned. You can tell
the thrift and industry-of a man by his
orange grove. Then there are hundreds
of groves that belong to people who
live away oft, and have got tired. They
get some poor fellow to live in the little
shanty and look after things, and he,
perhaps, was born tired. The other
day we came to where the rood fo ked
and not knowing which to take we
drove to a dirty little house not far
away for direction. "Take the right
hand," said a big, gray-bearded man
with a newspaper in his hand. "I have
to tell somebody t :t most every day."
-- "You might put up a siguboard," said
1. "and that would save you the
trouble." "Then they wouldent drive
down here to ax me," said he, "and I
wouldut get a chance to see 'em. No, I
won't put up no board, for I like to
see folks once in a whiie, special!y wvo
men.'" The poor old miau was living
thbere alone watching a grove.
With constant care anid attention
there is stili big money ini growing
oranges and always will be. It is a
simple business and is easy and attrac
tive. Many citizens add to it in a
small and profi:able'way by growing
lemons, limes, grape fruit, shaddocks,
guavas, mnangoes, peentos, c'imgust
oranges and other tropical fruits. I have
seen acres of easava, from which tapioca
is made. Tihe peentoos, when ripened
on the tree, are said to be the most
delicious of all peaches. The trees are
now in bloom. Strawherries are ,iust
coming into market. The gardens are
supplying us with all kinds of veget:
ables. The woods have been burned
offand thousands of acres of low bush
palmetto killed, leaving their great
roots piled across each other in pro:nis
conus confusion. They look like great
snakes with alligator scales on them,
but, of course, they are not hilied and
will soon sorout again and cover the
earth with their fan shaped leaves.
I went out in the co.untry to see the
-fruits and flowvers of an old lad v who
lives in primitive simplicity and loves
Florida and her humble home and
cultivates tropical plants for thbe pleas
ure it gives her and gives those who
visit her. I cannot give the botanical
names as she gave them to me, but she
had more curious plants than I ever
saw before. There was the (late palm
and thistle hemp and camphor tree
and eucalyptus that I remember and
there was an oleander in bloom that
was nearly a foot in diameter, and there
were cactus vines running over the
house and tea plants and coffee plants
and many curious things that I ne:ver
saw before. As for oiea uders, they are
common enough every where, a nd some
on the sidewalks in Clear Water are
twenty feet high, and are now putting
on their beautiful garments. The flora
of Florida is so easily grown that most
THIE VE R Y B EST TDJE
to take Dr. Pierce's Go?lden Medical
Discovery is note, if you; feel that
your blood is out of order. Don't
wait until you have' to enre disease;;
it's easier and~ be(tter to p'reent it.
With the~ irst blotehes or eruption,
or the dulhwss, wearir.ess, and de
pression, that are some of the symp
toms, you r.eed this medicine. It
will rouse e'very organ~ into healthy
action, thoroughly cleanse and re
pair your systemn, and build un needed
flesh, health, and strength. It's the
only guaeranfeed blood remeday. In
the most stub)born Skin or Se'alp af
fections; inm the wor.t forms of Scrof-!
ula; in et.ry disease caused by a
torpid liver or impure blood-if it
ever fails to benefit or cure, you
have your moneyv back.
No substitute is "just as good."
- Cmmoun iSen ze
~ ~ ~~by R. V. Pierce'
4 ~~Tid D., cotains
.00 wood-cuts. andU
- s emead im cloth.
- Usnel price. $1.50.
my, Physiocgz~. hygiene. Malicine. Coa
tamrs 20~ orsrzi:s or (coes have
been sol (o'er .w "-a atny (fte book
except thefkBie. A you ca: taisout a or ami
einclose it to us,; with 5s. i iaps, tihe book
.will be mailed you. cAdress,
pc(ple take little pride in it. What we
grow at home in greenhouses and pits
will grow and fiourish here in the
woods, or even in the big road if planted
t bere. Mrs. Godwin, of Lakeland, gave
me a bouquet of the finest roses I ever
sn;-a bouquet that an Atlanta swell
would have given Si for to present to
his best girl.
But the climate-the climate on the
gulf coast-the coast where no east
winds prevail-the east wind tiat
comies ovcr the Atlantic ocean and
bring- aches and sh'vers and cold and
asthma and catarrh-the east wind
that was accursed from way back, for
Job says, "He filleth his belly with the
east wind." If our Ncrthern brethren
want it on Indian river let them have
it, but I want some of our Southern
folks to come down to Clear Water and
Stake it with its balmy west wind and
its odors from the pines and get well of
all pulmonary and bronchial affections.
I mean just what I say. We have
bought two lots here and there are
plenty more for good people and I want
to colonize them. My nigger, Bob,
wasted a whole week at a big meeting
up the road while I wasgone away, and
when I complained of it he said, "weil,
now boss, you musent get mad wid me
for you know how it is-you white
folks is done got dis here world and we
niggers is just fixin' a trick to get de
next one." Just so our Northren breth
ren have done got east Florida, all the
way from S _.ugustine to St. Lucie,
and now let us fix up a trick to capture
west Florida and be happy. Of course
we won't rule any clever Yankee out,
but I tell you right now we don't want
any stuckup millionaires from any
where. There is room enough fion
Cedar Keys to St. Petersburg to locate
thousands of unpensioned sovereigns of
the South, where they can come and
spend the winter and bring their inva
lids and be calm and serene. We want
no palaces to live in, but can build lit
tle cottages, with broad verandas, and
live on air and water, with fish and
oysters and oranges thrown in. I have
eaten oranges until I am getting a rich,
golden complexion. The little grand
child is getting fat on tangerines. Her
bronchial troubles have passed away
and she can wade in the salt water on
the sandy beach with perfect impunity.
Folks go to the springs and &ink
sulphur water, but that won't compYre
with the salty air of the gulf when it is
filtered through the pine tops and drawn
into the lungs at every breath. There
is some grip down here among the na
tives but none among the visitors. I
reckon it is because they gorge them
seives with fruit. Joe Anspaugh keeps
the girls in fruit. Joe is tke bully boy
with a glass eye. He lost one in Carters
viyle and wears a a glass one. Joe is
the life of the little town. If a bad man
comes here Joe gets his crowd and runs
him out. Joe moves signs and gates
during Christmas. He has a sail-boat
and a rowboat and a horse and buggy
and will take you anywhere for the fun
of it. Joe steals oranges and tangreines
for our little girl. He went out the
other night to a grove, whose owner
lives in Boston, and found a fellow
stealing on the other side of the tree.
Joe wade a noise and the other fellow
dropped his bag and ran like a turkey.
Joe picked up the bag and brought it
home. The landlord of the hotel told
Joe to get him some chickens if he had
to st.eal them. That night Joe stole
four out of the landlord's coop and
sold them to him at 253 cents a piece.
Joe is a trump, and everybody likes
him. BILL ARP.
FAREWF.LL To THE TABERNACLE.
Dr. Talmage Cannot Stand the Financial
Strain, and Therefor, Rtesigns.
BRooKzLYN, January 2:3.-The Rev.
Dr. Talmage gave oat the following
statement to-d ay:
"3Iy resi gnation is positive. I will
ask the presbytery at the spring meet
ing to diesolve my pastoral relations. I
hope no eflort wiil be made to retain
me. I have expended all the nervous
energy I have to spare on financial
questions. Fighting two great tires has
taken all my surplus forces. I must
keep my health for preaching the Gos
p. I am in communication with no
other church and have no plans for the
The Doctor said that be did not be
lieve the slightest imputation against
Mr. Wood, the former treasurer of the
Tabernacle, who had been a faithful
worker in the church for many years.
The statement was published .this
morning that there was a shortage of
$2,00 in Wood's accounts.
Col. Throckmorton's Prayer.
[From the Washington Post.]
"Col. Throckmorton, a distinguished
Kentuckxari in his day," said Mr.
Charles F. Joy, "was once a passenger
on a wooden sailing vessel on the bigib
sas when a frightful storm burst and
the vesl became water-logged. The
ship was pitching and dancing about
on the erest of the tempestuous (cean
ike a straw in at w hirl pool. The pas
seugers wvere crying and appealing to
Heaven for aid. Col. Throckmorton,
w.!ith all the gravity of a Kentucky
entlean, viewved the scene with comt
osure. The storm increased ini fury.
he sailors were running about, the
oiers were shoutin:g, and everythiug
was ii confusion. About this stage of
the poeedings the Colonel edlged over,
to Ie side of the Captain and said:
"'Teli mue, is there really any danger.
"'You -ee w bat t be rest of the pas
sengers are doing,' ri-plied tiw Captain,
they are waking their peace w ith Go.d.
If you ever do any praying Coionel,
you might do so, with perfeict propriety
at this juncture. The vessel can't live
five minutes. The next p)itch or two
will sendl her to the bottom with all on
'Th'ie Colonel strali;htened himself,
lifted uiis hat, looked up to the scowliing
skyv with a reverent mien, and ex
"'Amighity God, if youj ever intend
to o dCo(l. Throckmnorton of Kentucky
a favor now is your time to do it!'
'o!. Throckmorton,"' caneluded 3Mr.
Jo, "iived to tell this story himself."
The best medical authorities say the
:-p~er wa?y to treat eatarrh is to take a
cotitutionlal remecdy like Hood's Sar
,1 S~ \ 1
When my little girl was one month old,she
had a scab form on her face. It kept spread
ing until she was completely covered from
head to foot. Then she had 'boils. She had
forty on her head at one time, and more on
her bodv. When six months old she did not
weigh seven pounds, a pound and a half less
than at birth. Then her skin started to ury
up and got so bal she could not shut her eves
to sleep, but laid with them ha'i open. About
this time, at the earnest request of friends, I
started using the CUTIcI-RA REMEDIEs, and
in one month s%? was compie!ely cured.
The doctor and dru'; bills were ovt r one hun
dred dollars, the Cuticara bill wa not more
thanfire do!ar.. My child is now two years
old, strung, healthy an-l large as any child of
her age (see photo.) and it is all owing to
CLTict'RA. Yours with a ? other's Blessing,
MRS. G IEO. II. TUCKER, J.,
335 Creenfield Avenue, -.l ilwaukee, Wis.
Sold throughout the wnrld. PorrER ilst'u AND
CHEar. Coir., sole proprierors. Boston. Mailed free,1
All about the Blood, Skin, Scalp, and Hair."
Baby Blemishes, fallinL hair, and red, rough
hands prevented and cured by Cuticura Soap.
SWALLOWED TOO MANY SWO1RDS.
Cliquot Thrust Fourteen Down H is Throat
and Fainted With Fain.
NEW YORK, January 22.-C. E. Cli
quot, a pleasant-looking Canadiau, who
makes his bome in New York, has a
clever way of putting the tip of a
sword in his mouth and then letting
the blade drop ont of sight. This is
professionally termed sword swallow
ing. It was suggested to the doctor3
at the Metropolitan Throat Hospital
that they might be interested in ob
serving the effect produced by this feat
upon the muscles of the throat and
esophagus, so yesterday afternoon
Cliquot gave a private exhibition. It
interested the doctors greatly. Inci
dentally it surprised Cliquot and
alarmed his wife, for the sword swal
lower narrowly escaped doing himself
Cliquot stripped to the waist for his
work and began with a bunch of four
swords. The blades were about twenty
inches long and three quarters of an
inch ,vide, with blunted pontits and
dulled edges. Fixing the swords so
that they rested on each other like a
pack of cards he put themi to his
mouth, and pushed them down his
osopbagus until all but the h:ord!es
were hidden. His chest heaved fast
as though he were working hard, but
he showed no sign of pain. The
swords were flexible, and by the for
ward motion of his head he bent them 1
to an angle of about forty-five degrees.
Then he took a stiff sword about
twenty-two inches long, and, after
starting it in the right path, he asked
a spectator to seize the hilt and push
the sword down till the hilt almost
touched his teeth. After pe'rformiing
successfully a numbher of other feats,
Cliquot took fourteen of the flexib!e
swords, and, placing themi on top of
each other as before, he explained that
he would swallow them all at once
and then have them pulled from his
throat one by one. When the swords
were about half way down he seemed
to be in great pain. His chest moved
rapidly and he gasped ontce o)r twice
for breath. Bt the swords were
pushed down until Cliquot signalled
for them to be pulled out. He seemed
in such distress that all fourteen were
removed together instead of one at a
W 'hen this had been done the sword
swallower sank feebly into a chair.
Perspiration moistened his forehead,
and bx. seemed to be in great pain. He
rested a few moments, and then an at'
tendant bronght himt some whiskey,
but he couldn't swallow it. The doc
tors gave himn an injection of mor
phine to relieve the pain. Then he
was hustledl into) a cab and driven to
the Union Square Hotel, whb:re he is
staying. Two doctors were called to t
attend himz there, m's it was thought
that he mniaht have punctuired the
osnphagus or the stotmach. The said
he had dlone neither, but hnd probably f
distenlded the tesopkh:4us so that it be
ame nervously excite'd.
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taining valuable information and
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SOLD BY ALL DRULGGISTS.
Curs ll emleComplaints andMotl
irregularity, Leucorhoaor Whites;Paini I
Back or Sider, streagthens the feeble, buimI
up the whole system. It haseured thaouave.nds
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
Etamp for book.
V Iiy a Certaiu Clock %va r emoved fro m.
the White House Reception Itonin.
[Atlanta Constitution. ]
A strange transformation has taken place
n the reception room at the White House
uring the p,ast few weeks. Some time
go. it is rem~embered by all visitors to the
,'hite House who are admitted to those
acred quarters, that there sat upon the
nantel a large clock carved in a dark-col
red wood. Perheps it was mahogany,
r it may haNe been some other wood.
The face of the clsck was delicately car- 1
-ed and on it were bronze characters re
>resenting the hours from 1 to 12. They
rere in figures, and not in Roman char- i
eters, as is usually the case on clocks, 1
It was of a Swiss design.
.,bove the dial of the clock were three
-ound doors. On the surface these little
oors were smooth. One of them was
ellow. It represented gold. Another
vas white It represeited silver, 'The
hird was a copper colo.. It represented
oper. They may have been indicative of
lie three coin nmedal'i of the United States.
'ut that is imu'terial. Behind these
loors were three little birds. They wore
-uckoos. and as the clock struck the
iours the doota tiew open and the eukco,s
:hirped in turn the hour of the day.
It happened. just as the extra session
)f Congress closed, that several irrev
!rent young Southern Congressmen hap
>ened to be at the White House awaiting
heir turn to see the President. One of
hem a smooth-faced but bright youn.
tatesman from one of the Gulf Coast
>tates, happened to have in his pocket a.
ew printed names. They were printed
)n linen paper. They happened to have,
vhether by defign or otherwise, some de
idedly adhesive mucilage or cement en
he back side. This irreverent young
nan wl-en unobserved, save by his two
-olleagres, managed to affix three of the
rinted names, which he bore upon these
:hree little flap doors. lIe was not obser
red, but later in the evening a White
louse messenger in du-ting the mantei
?spied the names of Senator D. W. Voor
ees, Senator It. Q lills, and Senator
John B. Gordon, affixed to the three little
loors of the clock. Above the doors and
ifixed to the woodwork was another
rinted slip bearing "My Cuckoos."
The President's attention was called to
his. At first he laughed. Then lie
aughed again. He thought it really a
ood joke and sent for Private Secretary
hurber to enjoy the laugh with him.
hen he ordered that the slips be removed
rom the c'ock, but that was found to be
i very diflicult task. The cement used
n affixing them seemed to be of a decid
dly adhesive character, and the clock
xas badly defaced in scratching them off.
:he President, therefore, ordered it re
roved from the reception room and
:hrown into the garret.
Needing a tonic, or children who want build
ing up. should take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.
it is pleasant; cures Malaria, Indigestion,
Biliousness, Liver Complaints and Neuralgia.
The Story of Shylock.
[R. M. 0. in Milledgeville Recorder.1
Every one who has read the "Merchant
>f Venice," in which 'Shylock, the Jew.".
lays so conspicuous a part, and where a
. rasping. heartless money dealer is often
ikened to Shylock, may be surprised to
earn that the story is really true and
ounded on an actu.d bet.
Shakespeare did not tell the story as it
Etally occurred. It was not the Jew
ho wanted the pound of flesh, but an
[talian by the name of Paul Secchi. A d
niral Drake took St. Domingo in 158..
It was reported in Rome that Drake
sad taken and plnudered St. Doming;o.
This account came in a p)rivate letter to
faul Secchi. a merchant of' wealth in t he
yity, who had large dealings in those parts
hich he had insured. Upon receiving
:be ne s he sent for the insurer, Samson
Jenada, a Jew, and acquainted him with
Time J)ew, whose interest it was to have
uch a report thought false, gave many
-easons why it could not possibly be t:-ne
md tt list worked himself into such a
assion in his denial, said: 'll lay a
>ound of my flesh that it is a liP." Secchi.
'ho was of~a het temper, replied: -Il
.,v you a thousand crowns against a
dund of your flesh that it is true."
'I lie Jew, Samson Cenada, accepted the
ager, and articles were immediately exe
~utea between them that if Sechi won he
bould himself cut the pound of flesh
ith a sharp knife from whatever part of
he Jew's body ho pleased. The truth
f the account of taking St. Domingo was
toon confirmed, and the Jew was almost
listracted when he was imformed that
Paul Seehi had solemnly sworn he
vould comnpel him to an exact perfor
nance of his contract.
The report of thie bet and that beehi
ntended to have his pound of flesh, was
old to Sextus the fifth, pope of Rome. He
et for Secchi and the Cenada, and said,
When contracts are made it is but just
hat they shonid be fultilled, and this
;hal. Take a knife therefore Secchi and cut
pound of flesh from any part you please
[ the Jew's body. We ad vise you. how
ever. to be careful, for if you cut out a
;cruple more or a scruble les2, you shall
Sechi did not like such close calcula
ions, and refused to take his pound of
lesh. Cenada then paid over to Secchi,
>ne thousand crowns. which Sextus took,
td made Secchi pay another thousand
or making such an inhuman bet. Such
s the true story written in an old book
>y Grey Leti, who wrote the life of Sex
us. If the reader will think a moment,
;nd is at all acquainted with history, he
ould know that a Jew in those days
:ould not have made such a bet with a
:hristain, and expect to get a pound of
leshi. The law would not have permitted
tim to injure a Christain. Sextus put
vo thousand crowns in the p)apal treas
try, having a very good excuse for so do
ng. The church in those days took good
are of i tse.lf.
Shope to be well
If you are troubled with~
B oQLS, ULCERS on
i PMLES, S0ORES
yo~r bloodi is bad. A few bottles -f S. S. S- w,ll~
it:.1 tse. It is the best bird remedy on earth.
F o.dOpam abit
-. o:tpai. ">okofpir
orA-se .i'. Ci, dss D . J. .: .u 4,
EAGER Folt Trl: NEW ItONuS.
'ecretary Cariic;r E.Itcts tihe' !OtTers to
Reach Soo,Oo,ooo-Where the
Gold W)I Come From to Pay
For the Ilonchs. .
\WAsl1TN(;Tos, .January 18.-Secre
ary Carlisle received a number of of
'rrs to-d:+y for lis new bonds. One
>fter was for $00,uoo at $1.19. Secretary
lariisle believes, from offers already
eceivel, that th- total offering will
lgg.regate nearly $2Itlr,01;0,000, and that
he price will rear"ch 1.2', naking the
)end practically bear _. pkr cent. in- I
In view of the f:et that the new issue
if bonds wili be sold ftr gold only, it is
nterfstit;r to note where th.- gold in
he Unit-t States is. Oflicial returns
nacie to Comp)t)roiler E:kels by nation
i anks, on Decernl-er 19, last, throw
m:e light on this subjert. Since that
l!e the Treasury has lost about $13.
1IH).00i in gold, which htas found its
Vay into the banks. It is curious to
hte at this tine that the nationil
anks of New York city alone hold
nore gold than the Treasury of the
[-tited States, or rather that it Con
ainon "free gold."
In the ligures given gold certificates
ire incluudrd in the gold. The returns
n the principal cit'es show: NewYork,
83,00,000; Brooklyn, S45O,O 0; Wash
:gtontt, 100): IaIt i more, S1.979 000;
I I)iinti, $1,20,000; New Orleans,
7O.O0): St. Louis. $2,400 000; Kans?s
.it y, S1.UI"5 0t: I; s: on, 5. 21)u.000;
:ie:'go $10.7o.00: Phlili.a('l l.lel ph i
t,0 : Louisvi le, ?:;:,0t)(xt; ti:an Frat)
isco, Sh3 :;0 Ot(; Milwaukee, $900 Ot).
Treasurv otlie als who have taken
:he trouble to search the records call
ttention to the fact that practically
he same sta'e of aflairs existed in IS.57,
luring the pendency of tile Walker
ariff'. It-venue declined and a nurn
)er of loans and bond issues were made
:o keep up current Nxp)enses and pay
maturing bonds. Fron 1857 to IS16
.he cash in the Treasury had declined
front $IS,701.01t0 in the foriner year to
,2:862.000 in the latter year, and the
public (k-ht ;.r the same period, less
,ash in the Treasury, had itcreased
from $.9!S,OH) in 1857 to $S7,718,04H) in
ISGI. it was at this period that what
ire known as war loans beg-n, reach
ing within four years a national debt
Care in Diphtheria.
As diphtheria is so very serious a dis
ase, whenevey a child seems languid and
miserable, fretful and depressed witbout
apparent cau:;e. examine the throat care
fully, writes Elisabeth Robinson Scovil
in a very valuable article on "Care in In
flectious Diseases" in the February Lad
ies' Borne Journal. If it is swollen and
covered with patches of gray membrane
looking like siate-pencil dust, send for the
doctor. It is always safest to have medical
advice when the throat is affected.
Until the doctor comes keep the child
in bed. If the throat is painful- procure
a lump of lime, pour cold water upon it;
when the effervescence subsides strain off
the clear water and apply it to the throat
with a brush or swab. If the child is old
enough the throat can be gargled with
the lime-water. Inhaling the steam from
a pitcher of boiling water sometimes gives
relief. The neck may be rubbed with
warm oil and bound with flannel. Milk,
either hot or cold, should be given every
two hours. The cold milk may have the
white of an egg shaken with each cupful.
Strong beef-tea can be given and the
loctor may order stimulant. The strength
must be supported by nourishing liquid
For Malaria, Liver Trou
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
D, HTHA WAY &0s
Are :1o 1i"'linc ar.i most successfal speec!.ttats ar.
lv: . giac :,ou helle.
Young and 'ni
die aged men.
I; suits have fAow
\ed our tre'atmetct
Nan.y year. ot
vared and 'ucces
tI'e methods that
\~ 54!)\ cont:roi for altis
- ordetrs otnmenwh
- h.~ i.vc weak, unde
S - 4 elop~ct~ed or dis
~. ~ eaaea crgns. or
- who are tsu:-rn"
fromi errors of
youth anti e'xce
par:ons. teads u
Or.tr3ntee talt p9rtet. If they can pr.s,iblv
,o re'.tor-d, aur own ecluesn.ive treatmaent
Wil! afford a cusre.
'TVCfliEN2 ohnt you want to get cnre-d of that
wreaknema v.ith a tr'a:tent that yon. can use at
t.>me . ihout instrnmen'' our wondierful treat
:ent has cured others. Why not you? T1ry it.
C.AT Ut!Rf, rant d!scases of the Skin, Blood.
E'ar., Liver n'od Kidneys.
5F.TEiJ-T heIr.s rer.d r.fa r.nd cieati're
remecdy. A comoplete Care Ontarnnteed.
RETN DIREASES of aln kfnds eured whert
miay -x:hc.s hav'e faled.
er.-t i a fei wdays, (9:''k, suea. sf.Ti
ncludes Gleet and Ger.ornum.
TkCUTHl AND PACTS.
We have cur?d casesa of Chronic Dtcearca tha
herea :alid- so get enir.iia the hands of o0.her speci
I.'nn','a' EtE P Ethtter s o,
ror Y~ . ' mout no .':e, ai' s yi omy waste:. valu'e
tte , p. a ou treatmenti ai.ince.
E ew-.e offre ar: e'i'ao treat ments. We ci-:
rr: :. RE couiasa atdi at the' oill'o
If.y m .!. T r- h e :i:a o n crfl
if s ' 'e ) . Seo B1C o .en :
:i..>. l;e:'er to on' rat:i.:s .:22k a.?d b,usines men
Ad.ress or call 0n
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EPP S's COOOA
'"By a thora<ugh kno:'wledmre of th? natural
lws l whilt ;svrn thbe :pea-ations' of dig
I 0 ion tand :tritain, and bay a -nrefult:ippltc:
tion of th:- :uae praI.otes oIf well-selected
Ioca. M r. Eppsta its provided for our bareaik
fast.a:zt tsapr a del icately th:ore aia. ev"r
ae.- wthich na' .ave us nmnty lheavy" dIctoir"'
billa. It i- hv the .juiiou:)s u-e of scah :arti
i'.'erv -itsby t o d intase. It u idrei if st,te
tat-k wti h-:ve'r I here isa weakt pointt. We may
's:te :nay I:a lfat:' i ihaft by k.eep'~in our
w!Ives wel fort-riii wv5 ilt pu )1 bl atnt a
nroperaly nouiri,.hed ftra m."Y-Ci vil Service
Unette. MadeI -:mt.ply w ith to: r i w'a'r
milk'. :-!II oily ini taIf-poundl Ii. s. by Grn
cers. aIt e. di a
JAMES EPPS & CO.,tLtd., llomeea'oth:ic
Ccmist, Latondi, Entglratnd.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Oriiee-Maint Street; R~.om 14, over
n-.oze & Goggnus' store.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitchei
and Children. It contains nei
other Narcotic substance. I
for Paregoric, LDrops, Soothil
It is Pleasant. Its guarant
Millions of :Irothers. Castori
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is so well adapted to children ': t
I recommenr.d it as superior to any prescriptica
known to rne." H. A. ARcHEn, M. D..
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
," Theu :r 'Castoria' is so uni..rsal and
its merib t.o --e"l k'o--r. that it se::; a r
.f ::pe:er< gcao t I e:.ar:e it. Few are the
i::te"ient fais w: d.2d not keep Castoria
withi e:.sy reach."
C.a'.os '-ar T, D. D.,
New York City.
Tun CENTaa C
PADGETT PAYS THE FREIGHT
Why Pay [xtrere Frices foi Coods!
Send for [atalotue and See ; hat You Can Sani
$15 ae rar *
Be(tste, I & Vw h- r I
3t:.n(i-w(>: th .'i" "-..,,r: y
PRICE NoW $45 'r"
1td) other 1'e,rtu
Suits, all prices.
$6? orga2z. $37
No treji. t p.bl on t:is Or
- al. t: . e to bje a
- -Zoo,i organ or montey re
El-^;mnt P'(? uPhP.[. OR 1 -T, :conoisting
of .'o.n. .\ r m it l:air. 1 (t I h R :ir. Di van,
and l :+ii "i. -v..1r $45. Will dellvet
it to yourdeA $.-o
:Ace .price 515.
A $03 77 . "
vitlla tall -: ?Ii::enis, for
- ON LY $18.50
delivered to 'our dlepot..
,TTe re;.n;lir priec of this
BUGGY iso'-r7>dla,nrs. - -&
The rmatauf:etnir pavs all \
the expe-.ses 'dtel I s-m -"r
t,o vou for 5ML2.'75
and glaraintee' evere oue. a
oargain. No freight paid
on this Buggy
- A $&GO PIANC
deliveredl at youirdepot
all frM-ch t r* ii for $!%a
1sen'l for eat:alogt:es of Fnrniture, Cookin2
steay Carriages, Bicycles. Organs, P1
anos,.e Seta. Dinner Sets, Lamnps, &c., and
SAVE M1ONEtY. Address
L. F. PADGETT Te,o
The Largest Liquor Houise ii
Choice Brandies, Wines, Ginls
Rums and Liquors of
Mail Orders Receive
IIOUSE IND LOT FO SE
O NE ACRE LOT WITH GOOI
Dweling intown of Newh.erry
Price cheap andi terms reasonable. Fo
particulars arpply to the editor of Tb
Herald and News.
60. ** '.
IS IN YOUR OWN HAND.
Palie- - aemes to tell what the lines in you:
bail...:..... -it l ama:-e you, if ino ting inore
1Thaayo.-.I:-:O flm: epla hte f . Tha
late of the Li NE OF LIFE imiaa'n--s proba
v-u: n: vll w;II':. Eara UlIACELE'l
Li- "I v I ahri venra. Wea:l-mt:Iikea Li N U
iPR \l? ,.oT -C rain power :cha or LINE 01
ImiTEE. .u a r riir.. Barb cominedti met
:wrs n :ae bt vont m:teep u-cp It'a i nn>dehrt
ide- to -in it. You waidtindiIt palnty of thebe it
Dem-atr- -t-. Ftmi! Magzine, ou nt:r-tivelhy pre
c-ente-: tat -va-rv ~membaer of the famtily is enter,
mi:tU-*. II i- a'-az -nl m.a'azins in lI uae. A CLEA1;
Li\'E 115 IIIE \ I l' t-k tenldern)es:a :-Ira ith
LINE OF' F.\TE pt--ee-ti lire: the reve:sei
crooked. Ax well.ne:ined L INE OF' IEAlTri
spa-r.o doct.ors' li:so wvill the 1esta hit
ini Dein.-r'esC-. No a:: er m"aaziI:e pu:blines
ma-nc c-ri-s to i-te-rest the home circi'. You wil
ihe ;bct toesr~~tmes of h-i--l spirits orn dea-;a.d
en--if von h:ave the .. GIRDLE OF YENCS v;e
Ia:tn' to : -a. Il a---' ribira tot it for h@
vat -ai!; r-a -''a;;- a ' oft ea-;us it- a rk oaf ar
rf -'-- -a l- ia: a-la-.. s a' ,ny:--h prena inn pite
1:x& :.5 .- 'ma D ..is !" ua bien a-: I : a aa rel
-:,v .i ~; il- -aa-,':e er:nn taa-,-aa p: i t:r:bi c
na a'.-:-t- .1- by a' . t e -I: . Ir i- ahe:tif
ihn.-,;:.ns .a -an et :::rer i-r wa I kelI
'r: : n ::a : i--n 1 f nt'e: a*- " :t th<
--1a . i .-,r- ' . .I-n t a ' a-hn n-.o z
i, f -a:. ,a.'-:- aa-ict. ae an -t u :hri
t:. :-.,r.a:i:! :n ::y -z : a en- . ( a : a
"iteg:pa at oace. a"y a m. i a you !
r l: e-t aa-- * i - i:, v- - - M :r thea pt:h.
s er. . .J :in:- 1".an -r I.- Esha-' :l l r
si -:z-. E'-ral :p -un-a ea. .\ !a)g QD' D
it /ML a -a a..Ii.-e;a \r TulA'- N0 .
es.:e:-a I: ;:.: FlN: DIa. j%'(aN OF TH C B
.etraa -. a:' : Lia 'a G -rCI)\t DD-.i ItON. r*non.t
-.m;- ot-~:::he of SATPRN, trad:!rm-: the- ~N.N
lo'. of -- (.a V: M.;a coaIa ,: n .e i agna
i'lr.Tke r.:- a ~ -a arte and you
. e ueto posseS the net and mont, vauaaI
's prescription for Infants
ther Opium, Morphine nor
t is . harmless substitute
ig Syrups, and Castor Oil.
ee is thirty y:ears' use by
a is the Children's Panacea
Castoria ctrcs Colic, Con:iUpation,
,ur Stomach, Dia;rirc., Erurtrt,
Eills Worms, gives se.p, and 1.romes di
WVithout injurious medication.
":or s'"cral years I hare rco:med'
roLr 'C.-tori:,' and s:'i aways ct.m:1e. to
so as it has invariably produced tne:ei
EnwT F. PAan.r.. X. D..
125th Street and 7th Ave.. New York City.
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JOHNSTONEF & CROMER.
STATE OF SOG2'H ('AROLINA,
COUNTY OF- NEWtBERRY
COURT' OF COMMON PLEAS.
Geore McWhtirter, Plaintiff, against
J1. E. Cah!well, and Silas Johnnstone,
Mas.ter for Newtberry County.
u mons for Relief -( (omiplainlt
To the Defendmits~ atoec named:
XTOU A1UE HElREBY SUC
I. M ONEF ) :od r ioiral.' i to a nswer
tbe~ ctop1laint in this ae:ian, of whieb
op cpy is her:w i:bI se: v'd upon youj,
:ndl to =erv e:ti cpy~ of you:r n;;wer to
the salid co:niainit on' the s.ubscribers
at1 thenir 'flUe :.t N-w berry Court
Hiotl.. S. (C., v it:hin I wenty dlays afte'r
the -trx i'-e hereo'f. e':citi-ve of lhe day
of tuch service;i anid if you.t fail to
an-.wer the comph'!ntfl wilhin the time
a f. resa i, the lainoItIi i this action)
will appl; to the (ourt for the relief
cemnad-d in the c-nmpiaint.
.JOH NSTONE &(PROME R
To the Dr|rrf.de;::, .J. . C-ddircli:
Takei nothe thea the comoltaint in
this action w:,a~ ti!edl in thea ollice of the
(lerk --f the Cort of1 'oumm on Pleas
and ( ;:ntrail -se. for Newbeirry
Counto', in th:e sali Stne, nn the 14th
d ay o.f Deec-m her, 1-i:.
.30HN 3:15E & CROM ER,
I ~ Plintlfl's Attorneys.
IDee m ber 14, l1t.
evecr Faiii to !estore Gray
Hnir to its youu:rulu Ccior.
Dec Parker's Ginger Tonie. 1: ('n",:4e Wor? Co)igh?,
Wyent Lags JD.:. y. ad des:ion. ra:,-1k intm./cs
fIf ER RCORNMS. The o.a reenrefor corn:.
. . .re:ie rusu o,N .
ICHMONI) ANb IANVILLERIIL
.an. u:1 Sp1encer, F. W. Huidekoper & Reuben
CoLUXMIA AND GKEYvILLE DlVmSzN.
PASSENGFE DEPART ENT.
Condensed Schedule-In effect Dec., 21th 193.
(Trains run by75th Meridian tflne.)
CETWEEN CHAIILESTON.COLMBIA, nr"Aga
No. 11 STATIONS. No~.
715 a m Lv. ........Charleston........ Ar. 846 pm
11 20 a m ......... Columbia......... 415 -t
120(i3 p mn ...........Alston....... 330p=,
1218pm ...........Pomaria.......... 31i4 p rs
12 35p m -......,Prosperity......... 255 p m
12 5 pm ......Newberry......... 2d pm
2.51 p in ..........Helena_...... 235p
30 p m .....Chappells. ..... I S6 p mm >:
23: p i ........Greenwood......., 1255 p u
3 00 p mn .........Hodges........... 123F p m
320 p m .....Donalds....,... 128pm
3 35 p m ........Honea Path....... 12(3 p m
35,lpm Ar ............Belton ...........Lv. 1145aim
4 0 p in Lv ............ Belton...........Ar.11i 40a m
4 21 p m .........Anderson ......... 111am
4.58 p m .........Pendleton......... 10 36 am
5 20 p mn ' r9.............Seneca..4... Lv. 1000 am
5 3. n Lv. . Seneca........ Ar. 9 45 a m
6 03 p mn Ar . ..........Walhalla.......... Lv 9 05 a m
525p m Ar........Greeuvile.......Lv. 1015 a m
BETWEEN ANDEESON, BELTON AND G -
No. 12 STATIONS.
3 ( p m Lv. Anderson Sr. is(7p -a
3 40 p m Ar Belton. Lv 114am
4 N; p n Lv. Belton Ar.ll30am
4 20 p m Ar. Williamston. Il0am
4 26p in Pelzer, 11u3am
4 4' pin Piedmont. 1048am
1120pm GrecnAville,C&G 101Eam
BETWEEN~ CHARLESTON, JACKSONVILLE, SA
VANNAH, COLCYBIA. ALSTO!t AND
No.1 STATIONS. 10.14
7 LamnLv......rhareston ._...Ar.845pm
7 C.o am .... ... Jacksonville........." 8 45 pm
SdJ am ........Savannah.." 4 00 pm
.) p m......... Colunmbia._... 100p m
5zo p i..........Alstoa........_. 1220p m
1641pn .........Carlisle...... .. 1126pm
65:3pm..........Sxntuc... ..... 11 Hpm
7 0 p m rJonesville...G 10 37pm
7 43 m .......... P.olet 3........ 824pm
811 .mA .......Spartanburg.......Lv. 00 a m
7 10 p m Lv. ..UniSpartanburg... r 9 5a m
1120 p m Ar. .........Asheville..........LV. 6 50 a m
BETWEEN NEWBERY, CLINTON AND LAU*ZNS
No.15. STATIONS. No.16.
I 2aim ....Columbia... 415 pm
I ('Opm ...Newberry ... 12 30 pm
1 'Opm ...Goldville.... 125am
2 15pm ..Clinton..... 11 10 am
25 pm Ar Laurens Lv 10 40 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVILE.
Daily. Daily. STATIONS. No. 10. EzSwn
No 9 No.11 Mixed. No.48
12 40p m 3 05 pm.LvHodgesAr 255 pm 1225pm
l op in f3 25 pm.l arraugh's f285pm*120pm
1 15p m 3 40 pnmArAbbevilleLv2 30 aml150p m
CONNECTIONS VIA. F. C. & P. RAILROAD.
Daily. 1>aly. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
No.:)5. No.37. No 3u No.10.
4 35nm4 (6pm Ar. Savannah Lv.1150am 720pm
9 31pm9 00pmAr.Jcka'nvilleLv. 7 0OamD 225pm
Trains leave Sn burg, S. C., A d C. Divis
ion, Northbound. 1215 a m, S05 p m,622 p m.
tVestibuled Limited;; Southbound,1257 a m 300
p m, 1) 37 a m. (Vestibuled Limited); West
bound. W N. C. Division, 815p m for Hender
sonville, Asheville, and Hot Springs.
Trains leave Greenville, S. C A. & C. Divi
sion, Northbound, 1116 a m. 410 p m, and 530
p in. (Vestibuled Limited); Southbound.152a. m.
4 05 p. in,, 12 28 p. mn. (Vestibuled Limited.
Trains leave Seneca, S.C., A. & (. Dividon
Northc ound, 10 0-J p. in.. 2 31 p. in., and 41
p. m.; Southbound 301 a. m., 545 p. M.
Puiliuae Yalace Sleeping Car on Trains 85 and
.6. 37 and 3b on A. & C. Division.
W. A. TUIK, S. H. 1ARDWICB;
Glen'1 Pa.s. Agent, As't Gen'l Pass. .,
Washington, D.C. Atlanta, (da.
V. E. McBEE, SOL HAA3,
Gen'I Sup't., Tradic Mgr
Columbia, S. C. WashingtonD,.C
W. H. GREEN. Gen'1 Mg'r, Washington,D.C.
SEABOARD AIR LINE.-Short line to
Norfolk and Old Point, Va., and Columbia,
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. C. Efect July
No. 38 No. 1 Eastern Time No. 117 No.41,.
Daily. Daily. except Atlanta Daily. Daily.
6 3-am 5 05pm' v Atlanta ar 7 30am 6 45pm
U Depot cty tm
'O 0.5am 8 13pm Iv Athens ar 6 16am 5 08pm
11 1:am 911pm ar Elberton Iv 522am 40-pr
121l5pm 10 00p: lar Abbeville Iv 4 27am 30p
12 46pm1l0 25pmIa Greenw'd Iv 4 02am 241p
I 40pm 11 12pm jar Clinton lv 3 Uam . 45p
332pm 12 23am!ar Chester ar 2 7am j1t45am
5 00pml 50oamlar Monroe iS!15 am e
6 15am ar Raleigh lv 8 30pm
7 Seam arHendersonlv 6853pm.
9 00am ar Weldonv 136pm
I1 03am'arPetersburglv 3 3*
11 4~am arRiehmnondlIv 2 3p
3 40pm ar Wash'ton ly 107a
5 21pm ar Baltimnore17 9 42am.
75m ar Philadel1v 7 20m
I1035pmlarNewYork1v 1215sm --.
5 500amljar Charlotte lvg10 00pmn
|9 0'amar Wilm'g'n lvi 500pmf
2INpml lv Clinton ar 1
2 42pm ar Newbrrlv 123m
2 57pm arProsperltylv 12 Sipm.
4 lopin ar Columialv 1115im
5 45pm I ar Sumter 1v 9 O56m
8 4.Spm I arCharlestonly 7 L5am
7 53pm I l arDarlingt'nlv i I 700am
9 2iam lvWeldon(a) Sr 821pm
1~ 35amar Portsm'thiar~ 3 1pm
145mjv Norfolk 1 300ml
.%5pm arNorf'1khar~ 80a
700am ar Balto 1v 630pmI
10 47amt ar Philadel IVf 4 41pm -
1 I20pm ar NewYork lv12 10pm
555pm 1v Porta'h(n)lv~ 910am'
5 10ammar Philadel lvi 11 6pmi
8 00am ar NewYorklvIV500pml
6 00pmlvPorts'h(w)ar 800am
6 30amIarWash'gt'n lv~ 700pm
tDaily except Sunday.
(b) Via Bay Line. 'n, Via New York. PhiRa
delphia and NorflkRailroad. (w) Via NOrfolk
and Wa.shington Steamboat Co. Trains Nos. 13
and 117 run solid with Pullman buffet sleeping
cars betwecn Atlanta and Washington.and
Iillman B"ff'et parlor cars between Washing
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon and
Port.'mouth; Sleeping car Hamlet, and Wi
mnington. Trains Noe.34 and 41 carry through .
coaches between Atlanta and Charleston. "
0. V. SMITH. Traffc Manager.~
JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Manager.
H. W. B. GLOVE R. Div. Pase. Agenl. A tlanta.
SOUTH BOUND RA TLROAD
TO SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA VIA
Effective Oct,ber 1st, 1893.
Eastern Time S.B S.B.'
Southibourd. Train Tral
No. 37 No.
Lv. Newberry...........229 p m
SAieton............3 30p m
A r Colurrbia........4 15 p m
Lv Coui.bla........... 320p m
Ar Denmark ...........503 p 8
"Fairfax.............. 552pm m 5a
"Allendlale........... 640pm 9m a
" - ampr ou........... .........81a
" eaufort............ ......
Lv Savannah.........6l10am 81p
Sw ay ross ......... 915 a 12 a
SJ:Lckson vllec, Fla.... t 15 pm 82a
Northbound. Train Tan
Cental ime o.2 No 0.
Lv$nanal....... 00a 410p m
I 2 Beafort .12- .00p -.
H aycrons.................. 515p 915am
" Jesp.................4 50pm 106p am
Arfaxn.............- 8 3Oam .28p am
LDavana............. 8370a m 4 10 p m
Sr oybal...............O 3a 950p m
'* Colufot............ ...... 20 am
AruCo oun blumbia.......1 Trin ase 90 M
inn Time. North of Columbia, Trains use
75th Mleridian Time.
Close connectionis at Savannah with the
Ocean Steamship Co.'s ele.gant Steamersftor
.-w York. Phuladelphia and Boston, and
wit.h the P:ant System of Railway and
Stearmers for ( uba and all points In Florida.
'l..DWARD1 FORD, Supt.
L .M. FLEMING, Gen'l Pass. A*t.
L. R1. \ANDIVERE. Trav. Pass Agt.
A TLANTIC CAST LIN.J~1
Bet ween Charleston and Columbia and Upper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and Athena and Atlanta.
Go:NG W EST. GoING East
7 00 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 8 40
8 4u " ...Lane........" 7(0
l1 (.. Ar....Columbi...Lv. 4 20
p22 " ...,Prosperty.. 25I
u 4 "....Nwbrr.....-'238
1 ...Clinton...." 15'
3 9"...Abbeville...... "1215
5 08 " .....Athens........ "10 u5
7 4.5 '....Atanta........ " 730
pm-2 ...Winnsboro..... "am 4
S0".....Charlotte....... " 9 30
4 24 " .....Anderson.... "1
5 15 ".....reenville.. "101
.... 0.......Spartanbung 10C
1)22 " ..Hendersonvle" 74
11. . ...Asheville. ' 650
Nos. 5:I and 53 Solid trains between Charles
ton andelinton,S. C.
H. M. E31ERON, A't G1Ps.Aet,
T..51. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
J. P.. KENLY, Gen'1 Manager.