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Edited, Selected and "Suggested."
"Oh trade, oh trade, would thou wert
The times need heart, we're tired of
When Mr. Pearson calls upon the
people everywhere to leave tbeir pur
suits and attend his service of an hour,
it is that they might come into the im
mediate presence of the Lord's only
Vice Gerent orr earth-the Holy Spirit
-who is as potentially present with
those who assemble in his name, as any
tangible body. He is in their midst al
ready, to "guide them into all truth":
to illuminate, inspire, "direct, sanctify
and govern," and bring to remem
brance all things that they should do.
This is the office of the Third Person of
the Holy Trinity in this His Dispensa
tion. Is it running to a close? All
epochal periods have an end. It was
Mr. Pearson's prayer that the Holy
Spirit should not be grieved, but that
the good work should go on daily in
hearts, minds and consciences,wit bout
the necessity of waiting for any spe
cial occasion. For here we have the
Sanctuary, the Sabbath, the Word,
the Ministry, the S-iraments and the
all-pervading power of the Omnipresent
Columbia had a "spelling bee" and
the lawyers and ladies came out ahead,
the "editor men" following. Perhaps
they didn't have a fair showing-they
are modest men. This-suggests some
thing else-the importance of intro
ducing the Bible in the printing office.
Recently we saw where "the prisoner
of Palmos" escaped the quick eyes of
editors, typos and printers, all the way
from Texas, but I notieed that you de:
tected the error, Mr. Editor of The H:
& N., and we urge you to join 'the bee,;
and then move for the Bible to be put
upon the table in every printing otbee,
for a typo asked the other day if the
Galilean Teacher was the name of a
Thi sunshine and warm weather of
the past few days have given the tender
and sickly cotton plant a bright ap
pearan-e. It is perhaps well that its
growth was checked. It is early enough
and the fields are clean. Should we
have rain the latter part of ttre present
month and in July the weed will be in
condition for a crop. It is well that tbe
'money crop of this country is from a
"sun-plant," but there ii possibility of
its failure sometime, and such a con
tingency this year would have bank
rupted the farmers. It would be wise
in view of the botanic, climatic and
meteorological conditions which seem
to be affecting the earth with vicissi
tude and change, that we cast about
for another money crop to share the
honors with cotton. Cotton supplanted
indigo and tobacco just one hundred
years ago, can't we enter another cen
tury with at least a rival for cotton?
A*big strike was on in China last
week among thousands of artizans
who were repairing the imperial pal.
ace. They struck for higher wages,
but the-Emperor brought the strike to
a close by issuing an "edict,ordering the
arrest of those who asserted the right
of the laborer to retard the work. The
turbulent were arrested and arraigned
for. treason. The leaders will be
strangled and the others banished to
the mosquito regions for three years."
A heavy fiow of river water together
with repeated cloudbursts have nearly
ruined Portland, 'Ore., and Pueblo,
Colo. The suffering and destruction
was very great. How the volume of
private grief and public calamity in
Dr.Welch,of Helena,made an attempt
several years ago to have his well
cleaned,but after drawing for five hours
seventeen feet of wa~ter remained. He
gave it up as a hopeless job, paid the
bands for the work they had done
and dismissed them: but last Monday
afternoon Ben Lindsay broke the rec
ord and proved himself the champion
well-cleaner by reaching the botton of
this deep, bold well in five hours. Al
though it had not been scraped in more
than twelve years, there was but little
mud in it. Three bottles of milk that
had turned to thick, hard clabber were
brought up; two of these bottles had
gotten away from the doctor and been
forgotten for the time being, the other
had escaped from some other occupant
of the premises before the doctor moved
in about twelve years ago. Many of
the wells were affected injuriously last
winter by overflow. As good health
depends upon pure water, it might be
well to take advantage of the dry spell
and follow the doctor's example in a
general cleanmng out of wells.
We read Dr. Fox's very interesting
little church paper, the New berry Lu
theran, with much pleasure and profit.
It is cond ucted by this courteous Chris
tian gentleman with ability, judgment
and tact. The last number was perhaps
the best yet issued. It had several high
ly entertaining articles. Its monthly
visit to the parishioners will be as a
pleasant call from their pastor, for he
will talk with them through the paper
which will bear the impress of his per.
sonality. He will talk to them quietly
in the stillness of their homes a hen
ever they are ready to hold sweet con
verse with him about many things that
they should know; among which are
the festivals and fasts in the round of
the ecclesiastical year, historic inci
dents and churchly features in the life
and progress of thbe church, hints, sug
gestions and calls to duty, etc. Many
of these things are of special interest to
the young members of the congrega
tion, who may not be aitogetber fa
miliar with can:onical law, the rubrics,
etc. This will inleite them to a closer
study of the constitution, doctriiaes
TO KEEP ERl YOUTHi;
a woman must keep her health. All
the " beautifiers " in the world won't
do as much for you as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription. With that,
you can see the good that's done, as
well as feel, it. That regulates ahi
the womanly functions, improves
your digestion, enriches your blood,
brings refreshing sleep, and builds
up, strengthens, and repairs every
part of your system.
In every one of the "female com
plaints" rd weaknesses that make
women old and miserable, the "Pre
scription" will certainly cure. It's
the only guaranteed remedy. If it
doesn't" benefit or cure, in the case
of every weak or suffering woman,
she'll have her money back.
You pay only for the good you get.
A great many medicines "relieve"
Catarrh in the Head. That means
that it's driven from the head into
the throat and lungs. But, by its
mild, soothing, can'sing and healing
properties. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem
edy perfetly and permanently cures.
and creeds of t9e liturgical Cnurch
In a little while the congregation wil
be at a loss to know how they migb
dispense with this aid to church work
Dr. Fox has our thanks for copies o
The present Congiess has lost th(
grandest opportunity of the century
What might not the united power o
the executive and legislative branche
have effected bad they not prove;
perfidious? They have trampled upot
every trust. How will they meet theii
constituents, and what will the Ides o!
November bring forth? Rome nevel
saw such days, because Rome did nol
have the light we have. "The besl
thing one can get out of politics, now, h
-himself." It would seem that 'the
day is not very far in the future whev
true men of every shade of political
and religious thought must unite tc
save the country.
The 1894 Texas cotton crop will be
ten per cent. larger than the '93 crop,
if nothing prevent its maturing.
Henry T. Breeden killed his brother
in-law, J. D. Moore, at Bennettsville
on the night of the 5th. They were
true friends but drank together with
the above dreadful result.
The Scientific American says in sub
stance that the prosperity of France i
p henomenal. "The cash reserve in the
ank of France has doubled in the last
two decades, deposits in savings' banks
have increased fourfold, while railway
travel, freight tonage, etc., have in
creased 80 to 90 per cent." It will be
remembered that France isa bi-metalic
currency country. It is an eloquent
plea in favor of silver and gold. But
now comes, per Paris cable to the New
York Herald, the startling information
that France is furious over the declara,
tion that "M. Turpin, a distinguished
Frenchman., the inventor of melinite,
panclastite and cordite, has sold to the
German Government a new and pow
erful explosive to be used in an elec
frical mitrailleuse firing antomatlyical
25,000 bullets." He claims to have offer
ed it first to France, but she declined to
be the purchaser. 5,000,000f. is the price
Germany paid for this frightful engine
of destruction. Where shall France be
should a war occur between the Empire
and the Republic? (.
TILLMAN TO TEETOTALERS.
He Gets Them to Endorse the Dippensary
Plan by Holding a Hand Primary.
[From the New York Sun.1
Gov. B. R. Tillman, of South Caro
lina, champion of the dispensary plan
of selling lIquor, addressed the inter
national Temperance Congress in Pro
hibition Park, Staten Island, last night.
His subject was. "The State Agency
Plan of South Carolina." When he
arose the 2.000 persons present gave
him un ovation. After a few words of
preliminary, he said:
"I have noticed that you have a
great deal to say about backbone and
sand. Some people are kind enough to
say I have a backbone. I am not
specially conscious of the fact, but I
will prove to you that I have one.. I
believe you are all prohibitionists.
Now, I am going to coutrovert and
antagonize your themes. That, I
think, you will acknowledge takes a
great deal of back bone.
"I have looked among you for long
haired men and short-haired women
ranks; but I haven't found any. I be
lieve I am the only man in the audi
ence who is actively engaged in politics.
You see, I am a candidate for United
States Senator, and let me tell you
right here I.am going to win.
"If I hadn't seen the word temper
ance in your invitation I don't think I
would have come. Let me tell you a
little story. Once there were two
knights who saw a shield. One said
it was gold and the other silver. They
fought; and the fight ended in death.
Now both were right, for one side was
gold and .the other silver.
"That is just our position. If we
an't agree on prohibition we can agree
ontemperance. I said I was in active
politics. I don't acknowledge that I
am a politician. I despise the name.
Let me introduce myself. I have had
more free advertising in the newspa
pers than most men living. For it I
id not pay a nickel. I believe in
speaking earnestly and fearlessly. I
was a farmer, and went from the plough
andles to public life.
"Now let me tell you, you can't pro
ibit the sale of liquor. Prohibition
ever has worked and never will."
Here the speaker stopped, felt in all
is pockets, and exclaimed:
"Say, by the way, I have left my
ottle over in the hotel."
Somebody handed it to him from the
:latform and he smiled when he held
t in the air.
"Here I have aiottle of old Palmetto
Bourbon whiskey, three X, honest if
any whiskey is honest, and with the
State Commissioner's seal upon it."
He tben went on and explained the
South Carolina system.
"You consides this liquor a curse',"
e said. "So do I. I am a practical
Prohibitionist. I don't think I have
runk over four gallons of whiskey in
This assertion was greeted by a stcrm
>f "Oh, mys!" from the women in the
He declared high license was bad
because it made men autocratic, while
low license made men "get full of mean
whiskey and do mnea'i things."
He gave the tigures which showed
the decrease in the number of police
arrests during the working of the new
system. He was frequently interrupted
by Prohibitionists, who, becoming ex
:ited, challenged him to debate. They
were hov;led down by the rest of the
He declared that one great disad
vantages they worked under was that
uries and courts were indifferent to
te enforcement of the laws.
"But I am powerless," he said. "If
could do so, I would give them a
more bitter dose of prohibition than
as ever been seen."
He said the State system was grow
ing in favor and was more popular than
ever before. This in despite of the Su
premue Court deels ring the act unconsti
Toward the end of his speech Gov.
Tlman de,:lared the Prohibi'ior'ists
would some day be willing to accept
the South Carolina plan. This asser
tion was hissed, and cries of "No,
never!" were heard on all sides.
"You believe in fighting the use, I
believe in fighting thbe abiuse," he cried.
"Don't set your faces like fiint be
cuse you cannot get all the way, when
you can get half way."
"Now I want those of you," he said
in conclusion, "who are willing to ac
cpt our plan to raise their right hands."
UJp went several hundred hands, a
maoty, of thoe present. A call for a
doPRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
0 - inBlood Poison
-- and Scrofula
tP P. P. purises the blood buds uP
the weak and deblltater,gie
stregt to weakened nerves,11 expels
dP0- ases= givipr the patient bealth and
o- happiness where sickness, gloomy
eings and lassitude first prevailed.
For ria se onda and tertiary
'a " n dypepsia, and
___in a?1'l~blood%'anMskn dis3eases, like
blotches imples old chronlo ulcers.
dpo- t?etr sadhe: boils, erysipelas,
ezema- we may without fear of
contradi tion,tha . P. P. is the best
do-blood purfe in the world, and makes
Sitive, spe and permaet cures
Ladles whose systems aepoisone
and whose bloodis i animpe ndl
dP on;U due;ed menstra Irreguarties.
are aecullarly benented by the won
*ue Po In
dP'- derful to ic and blo cleasn ro
ertis oftP. P. P.-Prck7 AshPk
Root and Potassium.
d?w_ PnqGF1=M, No., Aug. 14th. 83
-1 can sp?eak in the highest terms9of
your- medicin from my own personal
_____knowldaa.I wAsaffected with heart
disease, pleurisy and rheumatism for
p-o 35 years, was treated by the very best
idean an pn hundreds of dol
tried every known remedy with
dp.. outfindingrelief. I have only taken
one Dottie of your P. P. P., and can
cheerfully say it has done me more
godthan anything I have ever taken.
p can recommend your medicine to a
dP- &Ufferers of the above disess
.MRS. M. M.TyER.
Spring-eld, Green County, Mo.
contrary vote met with favor from but
A TALK WITH TILLMAN.
WASHINGTON. June 6.-A special to
the Post from Winston, N. C., says:
Governor Tillman, of South Carolina,
was interviewed here this evening on I
his return home from New York. He e
said t-hat dispensaries and high license i
will be the issue of the fall campaign in i
South Carolina. The question will be s
settled by Democratic primaries in i
August. "I will not be a candidate
for Governor, but will be in the race s
for Senator' Butler's seat." said the a
Governor, "and I expect to win." 9
Two Kinds of Women
need Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion-those who want to be made
well. It builds up, invigorates, regu
late-, and cuies.
It's, for young girls just entering
womanhood; for women who have
reached the critical "change of life" for
women expecting to become mothers;
for mothers who are nursing and ex
hausted; for. every woman who is run
down, delicate, or overworked.
"Favorite Prescription" is the only
remedy so unfaliing that it can be
guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or
cure, in every case, the money will be
Choking, sneezing and other form of I
atrrh in. the head, is radically curedt
by Dr. Sate's Catarrh Remedy.1
NOT BOUND BY THE DEMANDS. (
Members of the Alliance are under no
Obligation to Support the so-called
Ocala or Alliance Demands.
[Special to News and Courier.]J
WINNSBORO, June 6.-Thursday's
issue of the News and Herald will
contain the communication below,
which carries its own ex'planation:
WOODWARD, S. C., Jane 4, 1894
Office of Chairman Executive Coin- ~
mitte State Alliance-To the Editor of
the News and Herald: I notice a com
munication in your paper of May 30, j
from Mr. E. G. Palmer, of Ridgeway, (
in which he calls upon me to state yes ,
or no0 as to whether the Alliance, as a t
body, is bound by the the demands s
about which I questioned the Gover- J
nor. In reply, I would say, no one is r
required to surrender his individuality
when he joins the Alliance. The
obligation taked when becoming a
member of the Alliance says that it
will not confiet with .the freedom of
any man's political or religious views,
ence I would say a man may be a
member of the Alliance and refuse to
spport the demands.
T. P. MITCHELL.
A BEEtDEEN, 0., July 21, 1891.
MFESSBS. LIPPMAN BRoS., Savannah,
Dear Sirs-I bought a bot tle of your
P. P. P. at Hot Springs, Ark., and it
has done 'me more good than three
moths' treat ment at the Hot Springs.
Hav'e you no atgents in this part of
the counitry,or let me know how much it
will cost to get three or six bottles from
your city by express.
JAS. 34. NEwTON,
A berdeen, Brown County, 0.
June 5, 1891.
MESSRS. LIPPMAN BROS. Savannah,
Dear Sirs-T wish to give my testi
monials ill regard to your valuable
medicine. P. P. P., for the cure of rheu
matism, neuralgia, dyspepsia billious
nes, etc. In 1861 I was attacked with*
billious muscular rheumatism, and;
have been a martyr to it ever since. I
tried all medicines I ever heard of, and
all the doctors in reach, but I found
only temporary relief; the pains were
so bad at times that I did not care
whether I lived or died. My digestion
became so impaired that everything I
ate disagreed with me. My wife also
suffered so inteusely with dyspepsia
that her life was a burden to her; she
would be confined to her bed for weeks
at the time; she also suffered greatly
from giddiness and loss of sleep. Some
time in March I was advised to take
P. P. P., and before we (my wife and I)
had finisbed the second biottle of
P. P. P.., our digestion began to im
prove. My pains subsided so much
that I have been able to work, and am
feeling like doing what I haven't done
before in a number of years. We will
continue taking P. P. P. until we are
entirejy cured, and will cheerfully
recozfmend it to all suffering humanity.
Yours very respectfully,
J. S. DUXRPRISS.
Makes Child BirthEay
. Shortens Labor, 2
Endorsed by the I.eading Physicians. *
Book to "2|others"inoUwi FBEE. I
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 3 1
Pimples, Blotches -
3fd Kidney Troubles
are entirely removea by P.P.P.
-Prickly Ash. Pore boot and Potas
uu,tegreatest blood purifier on-4
ARDt. 0.. July 21,1891.
M su"Ems Ix-. 11gs e
Fa. it? SiRs-I boupght a ottleof
ur P.P. P. at Hot springs Ark.,and
t haoe me mnore jod ha three
onts' treatment t eHotsp
end three bottles C. 0. D.
EscI1u O REW TO N.
Aberdeen, Brown County, 0. -og
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
Toalwhom 41 i:ty cone= : I here- 14
testify o the nderful p rtes -
)" P. PP.freutosfthe kin.
uffered for several years with an un
fthty anddisaroloeoeruption on,
y faced Itr ever knwn rem
y but In vain,untlP. P PP. wasused,
nd am now:etirl cured. ___
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON,
savannah. GV. a
Skin Caneer Cared.
rufmonyfromtheMayor of Sequin,Tex.
G.: GeWzlemn-IlaetidyorP __
P. P. fur a seae the skin, ua
known as skin cancer,of thirty years' -..W
standing and found great rellef: it
puriftes the blood and removes all ir
ritation from the seat of the disease -d
&ndjprevents any aDreading of the -
sore Iave taken liveor six bottles 4
and feel confident that another cus
will effect a cure. It has also reled
me from Indigestion and stomach 4
troubles. Yours trul -410
Attorney at Law.
Bo Mn Boo D!seGses MKed FKe. --"
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
Lppman's Block,Savannmah, 6a
A BIG COTTON CROP IN TEXAS.
.he Last Crop was About 2,000,000 Bales
This Year's Crop will be 2,250,000 Bales.
HoUSToN, TEx., June 5.-To-mor
ow the Post, whose crop report last
eason proved to be accurate as to acre
ege and yield, will -publish the first
eport of the crop of 1894. The reports
re from every cotton-growing county
n Texas, and are full .and complete.
Vitb scarcely an exception there is
enerally an incr-,ase in acreage
*ggregating on a conservative estimate
t least 10 per cent., some of the largest
otton producing counties id the State
howing and increase of 25 per cent.
In one county, where no cotton was
sised last year, ten thousand acres are
inder cultivation this year. Fabulous
y high prices for cotton seed last
eason, $14 to $18 a ton, stimulated
rices so that seven-cept cotton meant
en cent a pound on old methods where
he seed was wasted. Besides this the
mmigration has been very large, the
iew comers cultivating cotton through
it cessity and adding to the acreage.
At no time in the State's history has
here. been promise of such an enor
nous yield. In the past few days
easonable rains have fallen over a
arge area of country. All of the re
orts give conditons as being fair to the
est ever known, the latter being in
he majority. The plant is healthy and
'igorous and the fields are clean and
n a good state of cultivation. No
lestroying insects or worms have
nade their appearance and the out
ook is generally for an early crop.
From present indications the yield
hould exceed two and a quarter mil
ion bales. The crop of 1892-93 is be
ween 1,900,000 and 2,000,000 bales, and
vas grown under the most unfavorable
veather conditions, the acre~ being
ver 4,000.000, hence this seae n's crop
vil be difficult to'handle by January
ith an open fall. Ten days ago boils
rom Fort Band and Brazoria County
lantations were exhibited here.
With the blood full of humors, the
eated term is all the more oppressive.
ive the system a thorough cleansing
pith Ayer's Sarsaparilla and a dose or
wo of Ayer's Pills, and will enjoy
uimmer as never before in your life.
ust try this for once, and you'll 1 ot
TIRED, WEAK, NERVOUS,
Could Not Sleep.
Prof. L D. Edwards, of Preston,
[daho, says: "I was all run down,
wek, nervous and irritable through
verwork. I suffered from brain f a
igue, mental depression. etc. I be
ame so weak and nervous that I
ould not sleep, I would arise tired.
liscouraged and blue. I began taking
Dr. Miles' Nervine
md now everything is changed. I
sleep' soundly, I feel bright, active
m.d ambitious. I can do more in one
lay now than I used to do in a week.
'or this great good I give Dr. Miles'
Restorative Nervine the sole credit.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Is sold on a pstive
tuarantee that the first bottle will enenit.
111 druggists seUl Itat 61.6 bottles for 65, or
It will be sent, prenaid, on receipt of price
y the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart. Id.
'OR SALTE BY ALL DEUGGISST
Just the thing to build up the
Wholesome and strengthening,
pure blood, free from boils or
carbunces. General good health
-results from drinking HIRES'
Rootbeer the year round.
Package makes five gallons, 25c.
Ask your druggist or grocer for it.
Take no other.
Send 2-cent stamp to the charles E. Hlres
co., 137 Arch s.Phadphis, for beauti
u EpActu cred OInue yDrMls
IT WAS UNCLE SAM'S MONEY.
The Wealth with Which Senator Stanford
was G.,nerous-A Government Claim
Made Against the Estate of
SAN FRANCISCO, June 6.-The claim
of $15,000,000-filed against the Stanford
estate. by Attorney General Onley as a
preliminary step to enforce the Govern
ment's claim against the original
holders of the Central Pacific grant has
awakened much interest here. It is
now learned that the Government's:
claim was presented on May 26, but
that an attempt was made to keep the
proceeding quiet in order that the:
financial operations of the estate need
not be embarrassed.
The late Senator Stanford's estate was
recently appraised at $17,600,000. Since
the appraisement heavy obligations
have been met, and it is stated now
that the enforcement of the Govern
ment claim would practically wipe out
the estate, not only leaving the widow
penniless, hut cutting off all the bene
ficiaries under the late Senator's will,
including the endowment of $2,500,000
to the Stanford University. It is even
said that the estate, after the liquida
tion of its acknowledged debts, may
not equal the amount of the claim of
the Government. In this event Sena
tor Stanford'b deed of trust, under
which Stanford University was found
ed, would not stand in case the decision
of the Courts should be in favor of the
Government and the university would
necessarily be sacrificed to satisfy the
Mrs. Stanford in an interview has
stated that the Government's claim*
will be resisted to the fullest extent of
Perfect health is seldom found, for ?
impure blood is so general. Hood's
Sarsaparilla really does purify the blood
and restores health.
ONCRUTCHES 2 WEEKS
Limb Raw as Beef and Red as Beet.
eain, Burning, and Itching Ter
rible. Not 5 Hours Sleep In 3
Days. Makes One Applica
tion of Cutieura and in
5 Minutes is Asleep.
Abou two years ago I was confined to my
room with a breaking out on my leg which my
physician pronounced Eczema. About three
weeks ago the same disease broke out again on
the same leg,and my hysician has been attend
ing me regularly, caIng from once to twice
daily, the sores all the time getting worse. A
friend called to see me, and. brought about
one half teaspoonful of CLncuRA, advising
me to try it, telling of himself, brothers and
mother having been cured by it. I would
not try it at :drst, although I had been on
crutches for over two weeks, and at one time I
counted between twenty-five and thirty suppur
ating sores, and had not slept more than five 22
hours in three nights. Monday morning about v
four o'clock the pain, burning and itcling be-.
came so severe that I determined to try CU
cuRA, thinking that if it did no good, it could L
not make my leg much worse, for it was as raw ir
as a pieceof beef and as red as a beet, so I
applied the CuTicuRA, and in ive minutes afte
I laid down I was asleep. Next day I sent and
got a boxof CuncuRA, andrn pledge myhcnest
word I would not take $100 to-day for it, if I
could not get another. I commenced using
CUrzcRAMona morning about four o'clo
and to-day (Tusa) my Iis nearly reUl, not
withstanding I had not a step without .
my crutches in two weeks. My gratitude to the
man who first compounded CUTICURA is pro
found. Ma God bless him.
T. FRAZIER, South Boston, Va.
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS i
Sold throughout the world. Price, Curica,
S0c.; SOAP, s:,c.; Ras',rvar . $1. P'oiTa DRUG
ARD Cltza. Cour., dole P'roprietors, Boston.
W -"Bow to Cure Skin Diseases," mailed free.
nIUPLES, blackheads, red, rough, chapped, and
FNoily skin cured by CurzcuRa SOAP.
OLD FOLK8' PAINS.
Full of comfortforaflPains,-niam
mtion, and Weakness of the Aged:Is
uticura Anti-Pain Flasser, the
Erst and only pain-klling plaster.
The Greenweod Shooting Scrape.
was sworn out to-day by the brother
of Editor Rowell for the apprehension
of Editor Thompson, who shot Rowell ~
a month ago. Lawyers have been
wired for. The preliminary examina
tion is set for 3 o'clock to-morrow.
Rowell.is in a critical condition.
A healthy appetite, with perfect di
gestion and assimilation, may be se-a
cured by the use of Ayer's Pills. They
cleanse and strengtheni the whole ali
mentary canal and remov~e all obatruc
tions to the natural functions of either
sex, without any unpleasant effect
OR. HATHAWAY& CO.,
Are the leadin and most successful specialists an.
will give you kelp. f
die aged men.
suIts have follow
ed our treatment.
tiye methods that
control for all dis
hbave wea. unle.
rom errors of
outh and excess
rwho are nervous
he scorn of thei
contmpt of their
friends and com
pantons. leads us
o guarantee to all patients if they can posaibly
,e restored, our own exclusive treaent -
will afford a cure.
WOMENI Don't you want to get cured of that
eakness with a treatment that you_a us at
ment has eured others. Why not you? Try It.
CATARRIE, and diseases 'of the Skin, Blood,
Heat, Liver and Kidneys.
STPHILIS-The mosetrapid. safe and efrective
remedy. A complete.Caro Guaranteed. fc
SKIN DISEASES of all kinds cured where ai
many others have failed.
UNNATiR.AL DISCHAEGES e
incudes Gieet and Cnorhok ures
TR~UTA AND FACTS. 2
We have cured cases of Chronic Disttaes that s
have failed to get cured at the hands of other spects'
lae tad medical institutes. t
RERWE that there Is hoe ce
fe b 1,,ns'i no ohr, asyournay wast.a valuale i
th war of free adn chea treatmnts Woeged
r~annt FRFE consutatio at the olfcorl
0l. A1 hme treatien aBe given in ainaorty
o. for Women: No. for skin Disess All cre
sponee anwered prmptly. Busnes stricl co
tion. Refer to our patients, banks and business men
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.
23 2-2 Soi?th Broad Street. ATLANTA, GiA.
The Best Season for Painting
T HE OUTSIDE OF T HE BUILD-(
Lings should be painted during
Autumn or Winter, or early Spring.
Hot weather injures the paint by. dry
in in the oil too quickly; then the
pinit will easily rub off. But when
the paint is laid on during cold weather,
it hardens in drying, and is firmly set.
A Mute Painter.
S HAIR BALSAM
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher
and Children. It contains neil
other .Narcotic substance. Il
for Paregork, 'Drops, Soothin
It is Pleasant. Its guarante
Minions of Mothers. Castoria
-the Mother's Fri4nd.
"Castoriaisso well adapted tochildrenthat C
I recommend it as superior to any prescription S
known to me." . H. A. Awr-U, M.D., E
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
"The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the Y
intelligent families who de not keep Castoria d
within easy reach"
CamoaMrAY, D. D.,
New York City.
T1Z CXaa CoMN
The Rest Sboes
for the L4a Moey.
W. L. DOUCLAS Shoes are styli
sfaction at the prices advertised than any othe
nced. 'The stamping of W. L. Douglas' na
rantees their value, saves thousands of dollar
ealers who pushs the sale of W. L. Douglas S
crease the sales on their full line of goods. Tij
id we beieve you can son money by buying jL
ed below. Catalogue fme upon-appication.. I
). M. JAMIESON,
No'agentis. Wie sell from
ES Ce Ww
maate* s s-gentsseell for 875o a sm sest sell
WrOO, asa D-rIms, s Um s nd
Grante same as aessllr 15 to flG
'ten warrant wth vey macie EveyIe
e ost aoua muc to selirbicyles tru
rts and dealers as it does to make them. L~
dence and economy suget te betrwa7n
Illustrated Catalogue free.
Acme Cycle Company,s
968 BROAD ST.,
hm Largest Liquor House in
ioice Brandies, Wines, Gins,
Rumns and Liquors of a
ail Orders Receive e
CAN YOU WRITE?
If you can we will give you a
FOUNTAIN PEN FREE
rried in the pocket. Always ready for use. Gl
ed ad nished. The F e is of hemt
sting$2.00) nsuriug an evenfo andn
ae. The Point wilwrite and las near
)RT PANn d us ..5 cents In ic a~a
pton to VIRGiNA, a beauifll Ius.
Ietinformation fr the oce, parlor, bed
m, dning-rom, kitchen, farm and gar
Add GINIA PUBLISHING CO.. -
sh or hnstallments. !
w Machines .Traded for is
- Old Ones. I
Well ed-Bicycle Re
GO0ZAL.ES & WITHEBS, 100
S Clunia, 8.0 Ci
w._.h-nmni.A n seaddidim
s prescription for Infns
her Opium, Morphine noV
is a harmless substitute
g Syrups, and Castor Oil.
e is thirty years' use by
Is the Children's Panacea
Uto rCeM Cblk COCWSr M
sur Stoach, Diarrhea, Erntrtiob,
lls Worms, gives sleep, and promoes dl.
gesdon, . ,
"For several years I bave rumended
)ur 'Castori,' and sal always continue to
>so ss it bas invariably prodoed bemc
EVWDF F. PA=nsM. D., *
125hsuet and 7th Ave., New York Cty.
PA=, 77 lirmur Sm NaW YoK Cr
4 and S3.50 Drest 8h4*
.50 Police Shoe, t SOeS.
82 and 61."5 for BoS.
LADIES AND MISSES,
Sal 82.506$29 Sli16
-efen you W. L.
shoes as a reduC4e
or sahohasthejawn h
out he us**-- pe
sodown aaa .
h, easy -fitting, *nd give bekW
r make. Try one pair and be con
me and price on the bottdm,: which
s annually to those- who wear them.
hoes gain customers, wbclbh helps to
ey cn aford to sell at 1MS.t'.,
l youw footwmear of the -dealer ad*en
11. R.;OUoLAs, Brochteu,es
- WHITOM E
DGETT PYS THE REIG
Why PaE Piftsim - is
ng 0 Bureau, -
- No fe1itednthis.Or
-odorgan or money-*
rant Plush PARLOR bWITS eonUag
ofa, Arm -Chair, Rlocking U~arDima,
2 side Chairs -worth' $45. WfdentVas
y'our depot for$88. NM
all attachmnenta, for
GONY $o1 a.0- -
on for *49.7.
.No frigt pai
Ez MONEY. Address
LA3TIe coAST LINE..
een Charleston-and Columba anc Upper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and Athena and Atlanta.
e Wr. -GoixG Ehe'
700 Lv....Charlestonr..Ar. 840
980 " ...8mmte..........." 700
1105 Ar....Columnbla......Lv. 4 20
12 0 " .. , rrt..'~. * 5
123 " ......1n on........ " 2315
2 41 " .....reenwood.... " 1246
309 " .....Abbeville...... " 1215
7 4!. ".....Atlanta,....... " 7 30
6 20 " ...Winnsboro..... " 1140
8 30 " ....Carlotte....... " 980
4 24 "... .Anderson..... " 11 15
5 15 " ......Greenville... " 10 15
1120 " ......Ashev1lle... " 6 50
.52 and 538Soliraina between Charles
L EMERSON, TafcManager.
. KENLY. Gen'l Manager.
LUMBIA. NEWBERRY AND)
hedule In eftect Sunday, Apr11 8,1894.
First First Class
1 Class Class Local
No.8 - No. 41 F'rat
225..'Lv.....Clinton.....Ar... iso 92
2 29 ....Dover ............ 126 9 15
235 ......... Gold ville ......... 117 900
2 40 ...........Kinards........... 1 10 8 45
244........Gary........... 106 885
321........81ghs ............ 1218 -65
3 24 ...Little Mountain... 1213 6 45
1 34 ..........ChapIn............ 1202 615
3 42..White Bock...... 1152 550
3-4t.....Balen tine......... 1147 535
354. ..Im............Im ... 1188 510
4 00 .......Leap hart......... 11 29 4 50
415 Ar...Columbia... LY... I3115 4-2
n No. 41 mak4s wonnection for Abbe
,Greenwood, Atlanta and all points
yLitt1e Mountain Chapin an Imo
W. G. CRILD'S, Supeintendent.
Samuel Spencer. F. W. Huldekoper & Reuben
CoLUXMLA AOD (RZMVIE=. DZy1MLI.
CondensedSchadul&-In efsctDe& 241'.
(Trains run by?5th Meidlan )
MTwZN CA r S AooLVXA, SECAD
No. 11 STATIONS. 'NOly
715 a m Lv. .........CharleUn- Ar. 846pm
1120am .........Coumbia... 415 m
120pm ..Alon.......... 330pm
1218pm . 814pm
1250pm .....ee 230p'm
13wpm Ch 156p
218pm ........Ninety-Spx...... 132 pm
237pm -Greewoo- 125pm
3 2D0pm 2.. 216pm
335pm ........Hone Path..... 1208pm
356 p m Ar. mn ..........L.114 a m
4-00pm Lv ........eo...........Ar.U40am
421pm .........Anderson .. lSam
456pm .........Pendleton... 10 Mam
380p mAr.-...... en1e .- Lv.10 00&m
535 p m Lv...........Senec....... Ar. 9 00am
605 p = Ar. Ly 905am
5 25 p m Ar.'-...Greeuvx11e...Lv. 10 15 a w
XZTWEEN ANDESON, BLTN AND' EE
80b p m Lv. Anderson Ar. 1/it' p m
3 40pm Ar Belton, LV 114am
400pmLv. Belton Ar.1t3Dain
4 2 p-m Ar. Wii"anton. J Ma M
4 26pm Peler, 1108a m
4 4v p m Piedmon. 10Aan
209m -ee"Vine,C aG 1015am
ZZWMW CHASTMo, JAC3OKVXLLZ, BA
VAIXAH, COLU3Ba, AIA209 AND
715 amLv. ........ha1leata. -...- Ar. 845 pm
7 00 am" .........JaHaie..." 8 45 p m
11 50am" .. .m... "400 pm
-5 10 p 0-.... nbisl --,.4AMPM
560pm ..... . . - -123pm
644pm .. 1. pm
679pm . O Ipm
7~Wpm ~ pm
743pm ..- Pa 1049 lp M1
120pm r. ............pm a L .85 a
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No.15. STATMOM. -No. L
l Nam ..rin1nunba... 4U5m.
100p= -.Newbwry- 2Wpw
2= ....lin+im- It 10 an
28 -pmArUanre Lv 1046 am
2Marmm iUOD2s LaID Anna..
.al -wi ,STATWW& N.MEa
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12fpm- zQ5pm.Lvfffuts AvS -
I pmi .Wtm
Datly.-Dally tZMAI T= O.DF afl$pOAD
i2gamnon Lv.ColumMaz kman
45R1400pm Ar, lviLh3Lv.1 M .7*
2ains S.17 -
!000 am -AKb .*b
-.=pa .Inded o*w
W.N. C. 81m
2ion,1 0hAl 16Ma M
P.m. (Vestbu3ed n:e
1% p.m 122 a p. .
t 37 and 38nA.
W. A. TURK, b. A"
whinas.go- A(L A .
W. H.G Gnam- Mgr'i,D.
To avmannahr Jukson f e%S4 Agui
Ocala. Tampa,-Orlando, aun a,
800!HBomRD, Taam TRAmn Tam
.rio.&i. No.18. No .
Lv19ewbhen7.... 838pm .... .... -
" oubIa..... 2402 a 5.00a~r i1~~0p m
Ar1Denmark .. 2kp m 6&am -1:3p Z
" Fa2rfaz......344 am 746am 233pm m
ainamiton...... ...... 951am ...
" aa'a ... 10a m ....
"llcesfort....... .... 33am ....
;" Port~BoyalJ..... 1145a m ...
"15avannab... 40km 1000amn (406nE
Artruswick.. 11.0am .....~.. 6p0m -
" Jacksoonlie., O3am 18m at9S0p
Lv " 4 a m.S 4 a m O6pm~
**St.Augudtbge lO0a m 30pn1
Lv Jacksonvifle 9350a m kl4m a 9'pm~
Ar Waldo...........n a m m3pm 120SaZ
" M119erSprinug llGp.m 113p m ......
Lv - - 15pm, ePm ...
ArWI1dwood.....156ymjf@p m 4ma
".Winter Park.. 50pm .... 113am Z
Ar.L.onokaa ...eSpym1611pm 60a
n~~'4s mom - 350am
"Tampa...... 4pm iiO3-pm f73
Lv Jaeksonvme 95a'm .63rpma
BAT.l1abase.. 310pz 1246am~
"IVr JunOt'n 515pm -
South oi-ColumbIa ne rluus Mh Eirwd
-No. 87 Sleeprs sanonvU!flnd
. Coseeannetion atSarmnwfhf
&enahI Elete meqwfor w
lit. Petersburg, Braidentown and all -aanatee
~1e.at Jaa-="iiill for aR:polnts
on Eat Coast inze.-and writh the- u*aon
Tm and Key Wes a
t. -~JAso or -C
The Florida Ceale Penid=ntar 1fsroad
is the- Great Trunk -Lin. of F3dand
rncbs~ all gl poit i~eIt
'8en for indezed hlnofPloiat
N. F ~E INT , ~1 M. FL.MING. %
Tratlic Mansager. Division Pass.g,
Tieket Offie at Say...sa. Cor. Baand
Bryan Sts. Ticket Offoc at Jeakanny1Bl
Cor. Bay and Hbgan 8ta.
SEgg3aU5 Am E fK.-Short lHae to
NokflandOld Point, Va., and Columbia,
SNC.lNne toCb'maeamn,&SC. R.et.July
NORTHBOUND. . - OCTEBD1D
No.38 No. lIEaenTine Nio.117,No.41
Daily. Daily. leoetAtlanta Daily. Daily.
638mm 5 05pm1lv Atlanta ar 730sm 64*ma
'00mm 8 1l Athens.. 6 -616mm
1113mj 9l1pmar sobon1d 2am
15 0 aAbbefiRely 427am 3
6500pfl 15amf Monroe 1l20m Ml
9e0am r-Weldon lv B
-524 m ttincrelw 9-42am
749pmr Philaduelt 710am
500am ar Charlctte lv 1 0a
900a Wflmg'n ly 500a
14pm a I 130
367pm - 1a*aqei7v 12pm *
84 pmi -a Coubi vi I7l15mm
i 9'im () ri 51p
1135mm IuPortd'thar 81p
11'45am lv Norfolk 1v' 3p
1637pm ar2Norf'lk bari 80a
700amn,ar Bulto 1j 630pm
10 47amlIar Philadel I4 41pm?
I 20pmn!ar NewYork 142 10pm
'6005pm! IvPorta'h(w)1 910am
I6SOiarWash'gt'nI 7 m
tb)?~hbno'n,VIa New York,Phlla
dlan Norfoni lkoad. (w)VlaNorfolk
Washington Ilemaat Co. Trains No.. 134
and 117 run solid with PnHman I.$blee -
ears between Atlanta and Wasing_!on,
Pullman Bant parlor cars bet'eee Washing
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon and
Portmtb Sleeig car Hamlet and Wil
cies between Atlanta and Charleston.
0. V. 8B1TE. TrafHc Maae.
JOHN C. WINDEE. m'l Mngr
H.W.B. GLOVER. Dv.? PsBAjint. Alna
28 Chegnut street,Philadelphia, Pa., offers
Ispecial Iaecities to traders in 1teeks,
iomds and 'Graia. In large cr small quan
tities, for esh oron margin. of one pe cent.
or more. end far onr namphlet. How to