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ARP IS DISGUSTED.
H e Sighs for Clay, Calhoun and Webqter
-If they Had Jumped on Mr. Cleveland t
as They Did on "Old Hickory" It
Would Be Lively.
"Great sensation! Gorman has made
a speech. He scored the president. Un
paralleled historic scene in the senate
What is that to us? Whether Mr.
Cleveland deceived Gormad or w hether I
he should have written tbat letter to Mr.
Wilson or not is of no cons .cuenee to j
this long-suffering country. Pass the b
bill! If you can't pass it without Gor
man, then kill it and go home and let;
the republicans run the government ac
cording to their liking. 1
The people of the south are fast losing
confidence in the democratic party. Go
where you will, in towns and cities, in
hotels and on railroads, and nine out
of ten, except the officeholders and of
ficeseekers, have lost their affection
and their respect for modern demo
--:racy. If there was any other d¢
party to go to they would go. We heari
intelligent, conservative, patriotic citi
zens talking that way every day. In
tensified disgust is the universal feeling.
Day after day, week after week, month
after month the people have been prom
ised relief. Just look back over the
- newspaper files and see the record of
broken promises. Every little while
some sanguine editor says that the
country is just on the eve of a period of r
unparelleled prosperity, that the tariff
bil, will be passed in a few days
and the stagnant capital of the
country will be turned loose and old
wheels will be put in motion and new
ones built, and the country will awake
from its long sleep. I found a paper
7 fyesterday that was six months old and
it talked that way. Gorman-wbo
cares whether his infantile feelings have
been lacerated or not, his individuality
is lost in the distress of the millions.
Pass the bill ard doctor the feelings
The face is, I wish there was another
party-a party after Bel Hill's kind
that lie foreshadowed in his Chittenden
letter-a party composed of conserva
tive republicans and intelligent demo
crats-north and south. There was a
time when Jeffersonian democracy
was something to boast of, but not the
spurious kind we have now. The old
whig party would be a god-send in
these lawless times. 1 wish that we
had it right now. I wish that Webster
and Clay and Calhoun were in the
I7nited States senate to-day. Then how
small would Gorwan aprear. But
there was comfort in Davit B. Hill's
reply. He exhibited a noble patriotism
a~nd a high order of statesmanship.
It is po-sible that there are not two
or three republican senators who will
-elevate the country above their party?
Is it possible that a republican is
obliged to be a protectionist or nothing?
Is statesmanship altogether partisan?
Are there no middle men-no peace
makers, no mugwumaps in congress?
Are there no great men there-great and
good like there used to be in the days
of Berrien and Forsyth and Howell
Cobb and Ca!houn and John Bell and
Gentry and Nathaniel Macon an iDavis
and Prentiss and Clay and Crittenten
Webster and Pearce and Polk at d Wise
and a host of others who. led their
parties for their country's good'i Did
they ever in times of great per;l leave
their seats and go home to mend there
fences and canvass for returning votes?
Were t hey ever aiccused of secret specu
lation in tariff bills or trusts or sub
The standard is lowered. The flag is
at half-mast. Statesmanship is at a
discount and the highest consideration
ofthe average member of congress is to
have'a returning board. But our hope
and, consolation is that there are some
good men there. We have some from
Georgia and Alabama and the other
Southern States-good and true men,
but not many. May be the good Lord
will save our country for their sake. If
He would have saved Sodom for th'e
sake of ten, maybe He will save us. His
mercy and long suffering are wonder
ful and our good people every where
can take comfort in it. Sodom and
and Gomorrah were infinitely worse
than our worst cities and we have
thousanids of good peoDI: where they
could not find ten. I gnow good peo
* ple all around me, both in town and
in country- kindhearted, charitable,
law-abiding people-and I love to think
about them, they make no noise in the
world, but pursue the even tenor of
their way. They minister to the wants
of their sick or suffering nabors and
bury the dead and heave a sigh at their
funerals. I know some who are repub
licans and some democrat" and some
populists who would have saved Sodom.
I1 know good people of all religious de
nominations. The good and the bad
are fearfully mixed in this world, and
our darky, Bob, whbo has served out
his sentence says: "There are some as
bad people in de penitentiary as dare is
outen dar." I got a batch or papers
to-day, the organ or the American Pro
tective Association--another party tbat
some political schemers have gotten
up to put down the Catholics. I
don't want any more. Sectarian pre
judice makes me sick. New England
fanaticism was no worse than the in
tolerance that poss zses some of the
members of Christian churches. I
know Prote -tants who make them
themselves miserable for fear the Ro
* r a Catholics will take the country.
and some of them are nearly as bitter
agamnst every other church, and would
compass sca land to make a proselyte.
Contemptuous flings are made at other
churches by those who call themselves
Christians. Some forty years agc4
when the elder Judge Underwood
joined the Episcopal church a eynical
Baptist friend said: "Well, judge, I
understand you have joined the Epi. -
copal church." "Yes," said thbe judge.
"Got into a church that won't interfere
with your politics or your religion,"~
"said the Baptist. "Yes," said the
judge, "and you got into a church
whei-e y on thought the doictrine of
election would save you, for you knew
that nothing else would. It is well,
my friend, that election was held before
you were born for if it had to be held
~over again you would never come in.
* I don't know aaythiog uner:artian
in miod-ern Romanismi. I don't believe
in some of their dogmas, but this is a
land and an age of relhgious liberty and
thousands of good peorle are Roman
Catholics. Parents are certainly c.on
scientious in trying to do wh,at they
think.is the best for t beir children, t'nd
if a Roman Catholic father wi"hes his
children taught in a school of that
faith, it is his right and privilege. If
he wishes him to do homage to the
Virgin Mary, let him do it. The Ro
mish church is the mother of all the
churches. When it got corrupt and
intolerant some of its adherents re
belled and formed new societirs whose.
name is legion. The old mother church
was shorn of her power and had to
reform her methods, No man can
make me fe:..r the "secret insidious ~.
machinations" of the Romish church1
mn this country while sueb men as Pat
Walsh belong to it. I wvould trust Pat
Walsh with every interes.t I have in
good government and the religions
liberty of my posterity. Yes trust him
far sooner than many of the bigots I
know in Protestant churches. The
Sisters of Charity took miy mother
when she wes a iriendle: orphan inm
Savannah, when the terrible scourge
had carried her parents to a single
grave, anid the pani'-."ricken pecle
wvere fleeting the doomed c':y. They
shielded her and cared for her when no
one else would, and she loved thbem all
her life. I never see them in the great
cities moving so quietly along the street
with their dark gowns and modestI
-hoods and kindly faces but what I
Link of their loving kindness to her
vho was all the world to me.
We have one hundred and fifty
oeautifully bound hymn books in our
burch that were presented by a north
rn lady. The book is the standard
'Laudes Domini" of Presbyterian
burcb, and its hymns are regared as
he best selection that ha3 ever been
nade. and yet many of the most
eautiful hymns were composed by
"oman Catholic. John Dryden, the
ioet laureate of England, has hymns
here, and be was a Roman Catholic.
o has John Heny Newman, the
ardinal who wrote that beautiful
iymn, "Lead, Kindly Light." F. W.
aber, who wrote "There is a Wide
ess in God's Mercy," was a Catholic
riest. Miss Adelaide Proctor, another
toman Catholic, has hymns in their
ook. The whole compilation should
each us cbarity and tolerance. While
Vatts and the Wesleys have much the
rgest number of hymns, the Presby
erian authors are very few. The Epis
opal authors are the most numerous
f all. The Unitarians are well repre
ented having such notable composers
q William Cullen Bryant and Mrs.
daws, --ho wrote "Nearer My God to
,bee." Even Alice and Phoebe Cary,
vho were Universalists. have hymns
here, and so br% Tom Moore, who was
f no church. It is the repentant,
rateful, loving heart that gives praise
n song and it does not matter to what
burch the author belongs if .he sings
n sincerity and truth.
There are six million Roman Catho
ics in the United States, and this count
ncludes the children. There are ten
nillion Protestants, not counting chil
Iren who have not made profession.
'hen, why should we fear them?
ome of our over-zealous Protestants
iave sounded an alarm without pro
,ocation. I do not wish any more of
heir Duluth papers.
LIFE, HEALTH AND STRENCTH.
APALACHICOL%. FLA., Feb. 17, 1s9.
1fEssRS. LIPPMAN BROS., Savannah, Ga.,
DEAR SIRS-I will write to inform you that
was afflicted with Blood Dlsease. I tried one
)ottle of * * * and it gave me no relief. I was
n bed seven months. I tried prominent
physicians, and they could not do me any
ood. I saw your adver;isement of P. P. P. in
he Apalachicola Times, a-d thought I would
;7v% it. The bottle I got to-night makes seven
)r eight, and, oh, how good I feel. I bave
yeen up ever since andi at my business, 12m
)er inspector, You may publish this if you
lesire. I have informed my friends that P.
. P. is life, health and strength.
M. e. BOLDEN'
Sold by all Druggists and general stores.
LIPPMAN BROS,,Proprietors and Druggists,
Dv:RAn%, Miss.. Dec. 1s, 189.
OFFICE OF .. t RoSAMOOT.
7sssRs. LIPPMAN BRos., Savannah. Ga.:
GENTLENEN-While in San AntbniO, Texas
astspring. I saw your advertisement of P. P.
P. (Priekly Ash. Poke Root and Potassium) In
the paper for the cure of rheumatism, and
thought i would try a bottle. finding sudh
,reat relief from It. on my return home I had
ny druggist. Mr. John Mcclellan to order me
supply. After taking, I think ten bottles. I
tave not had a pain or ache since, previous
to that I scffered for twenty-five (25) years.
,nd could not get the least benedt until I
wried P. P. P.. and therefore, take pleasure
in recommending it toall. Yours truly
J. S. ROSA1M2D.
AS IN A LOOKING GLASS.
Eirror Flirtations the Latest Fad of the
"Men are-certainly the vainest crea
tures on earth," said an observing lit
tle woman yesterday. This trait was
apparent in Adam, when he and Eve
lived in the garden to the East of the
Euphrates, else why should the old
reprobate have skirmished around for
a new suit of fig leaves every morning?
A~nd from that good time to this mas
:ulinity has been synonym.ous with
vainness. A little wee bit of a woman
:an cajole and pet and flatter a great
big lubberly man until be becomes the
laughing stock of all his companions,
nd the funny part of it all is that he
is utterly unconscious of any absurdity
an his part. In a certain store, not a
thousand miles from Fourth and Jeffer
Ion streets, where summer drinks are
ispensed, is a large beveled mirror. I
tood near the soda water fountain a
ew days ago, and in the glass quietly
bserved the antics of one of our curled
tnd pampered darlings. Several pretty
irls were in the store and he was in
iis glory. Aftei' thoreughly convinc
*ng himself that his appearance was
ositively irresistible, he began a flirta
on in the mirror with the giggling
irls. I was detaiNed in the store for
omie length of time and observed that
,he young fellow did not buy a thing,
>ut seemingly simply stood there for
be purpose of ogling any females who
iight enme -in. I noticed, too, tbat
some of the girls mischievously re
ponded to his flirtations, and when
:hey did it was amusing to note his
,elf-satisfaction. Flirting in a glass!
ow, isn't that an absurdity? A man
w'ho would be guilty of such a thing
Aould kiss the photograph of his sweet
leart in preference to the girl herself,
Lnd that is the most nonsensit:al thing
m earth, I think."
[New York Press.]
He-If I should piopose to you what
would be the outcome?
She-It would depend entirely upon
RUN DOWN WITH
Almost in Despair
"For fifteen years. I was a great suf- O
ferer fromn indicestion in its worst frs 2
. tested thme skill of mnany~ doctors, but Ol
grew worse. and wo'rse, until I became Oi
so weal: I (coul.1 not walk fifty yards Gm
withoumt havingi toi 'it do wn : ad rest. My ol
stomach, liver. and heart b,ecamae afTect- 0
ed. andl I thught would sure'y die. I o
ri'd Ayr' l'ill'. anid they hlpe!d rnc 0
rhht away. I contiued their use alnd 0
an now ent irely wel 1 do1' kno.w of 0
anything that will so 'aniely relieve C
'and cu:re the terrible sufferim: of dyvs
ppi-t ::s Ayer'sc V rie.lu (a. (
Received Highost Awards O
AT THE~ WORLD'S FAIR of
T EEY OFFER AT PRIVATE
AL,subject to con firmation of
beProbate Court, all the personal es
ae of the late John WV. Montgomery,
leceased, consisting of Household Fur
uiture, Gold and( Silver Watches, a fine
ssortent of Jewelry and Silver Table
Ware, all new and of latest styles.
rhe jewelry will be sold in lots to suilt
)uret'asers. If not sold at private sale
>eforeC the 20th day of September next,
he entire stock of jewelry and hous'e
iold furniture will be sold on that day
tt public out cry for cash.
Those having claims will present
.hem, properly attested, to J. S. Reid,
efore the 1st day of September next.
l'hose indebted will make payment be
'ore that date.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitchei
and Children. It contains nej
other Narcotic substance. ]
for Paregorie, Drops, Soothib
It is Pleasant. Its guarant
Millions of Mothers. Castori
-the Mother's Friend.
'.Castoriaisso well adapted tochildren that
I recommend it as superior to any preslription
known to me." H. A. Aacama, V. D.,
11I 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
intelligent families who dc, not keep Castoria
within easy reach."
CARLoS MARMr, D. D.,
New York Cty.
Tsz CasrAua Cc
This Famous Resort is now open I
Persons who have been given up by the
incurable, but after a short stay at the Si
first-class in all departments. All kind
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all railroads. Hackt meets all trains. 0
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Less Than Two Hoursl
- Harris Springs, S. C.
SOME INDIAN TONCUES
T~he Unique Library Possessed by an Eth
nologist in Washington.
[Washington Evening star.]
Perhaps the most remarkable small
ibrary in this country is the property of
ames C. Filling, the well-known ethnol
gist of Washington. It is the largest ex
sting colection of books in Indian lan
uages, and of these languages there
re no less than fifty-fiive in North
America, north of Mexico. All of them
re distinct from one another a Chinese
More than one half of the 500 di2lects
nto which the fifty-five languages re
ferred to are divided are pres 'rved in
ooks. It is believed that the first book
rinted on this continent was in an In
ian language--the "Nahuatl"-published
t the City of Mexico in 1539. The first
Bible printed in America was in an Indian
ongue-the celebrated Eliot Bible. This
s one of tbs most costly of all rare books.
About forty copies of it were specially
repared, with a dedication to Charles II.
Oe of thESe, in good condition, is now
worth about $2,000.
The first printing done west of the Rlocky
Mountains was in the Nez Perce lan
uage. It was a primer for Indian chil
ren, turned out from the mission prres
at Clearwater, Idaho, in 1839. The press
hat did the work had been brought by
the missionaries all the way from the
The first book printed in Dakota was a
dictionary of the sioux lanenage, produce
n 1866 at Fort Laramie. It was prepared
y t wo officers of the United Stat,~ army,
1,iets. Hyde and Starring, to pass away
be weary hours during a long and cold
winer at that lonely outpost of civilization.
They were aided in the work by an in
terpreter ard by the Indians who loafed
bout the fort. The type was set up by
tbe soldiers, and fifty copies were struck
off on a crude hand press. Only two
copies are now known, one of them be
longing to Gen. Starring of New York, a
brother of of the author, and the other
to Mr. Pilling.
The only existing alphabet that is the
product of one man's mind and which a
iterature has been printed. wat the inven
tion of a half-breed Cherokee Indian. His
ame was Se quo-yah, and he had no
education whatever; but it occurred to
him that he could express all the syllables
in the Che. okee tongue, by characters.
inding that there were eighty-six syl
labic sounds in the language. he devised
for each one of them a pcedliar mark.
'ar some of the marks he took characters
f ->ur alphabet, turning them upside
owt. With these symbols he set about
writing letters, and by means of them a
orrespondence was soon maintained be
tween Indians of his race in Georgia and
relatives 500 miles away.
At present this alphabet-or, more pro
perly speaking. syllabary-is in general
use among the Cherok< >s. In no other
language can the art of reading be leaiaed
o quickly. Whereas a fairly bright
child learns to read well in English i'2 two
nd a half years. a Cherokee youngster is
able to acquire fluency in reading books
written in this syllabary within two
onths and a half. In 1827 the American
board of Foreign Missions def rayed the cost
of casting a font of ty pe of the characters.
The literature composed with them is now
very extensive, numerous books and some
of the newspapers of the Cherokees being
ublished in the syllabary.
DO YOU EXPECT
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Assits Nature. Lessens Danger, and Shortens L.abor.
" May wife suffered more in ten minutes
with hcr other children than she did all
together with her last, after having used
four bottles of MOTHER'S FRIEND,"
says a customer.
Hznvrsox DAI.F, Druggist, Car-mi, IU.
getyxpeson ree,to rice Sipo per bot
BRADFIELD REGULATOR Co.,
..... aa nu. --WSS ATmANT. a.
's prescription for Infants
ther Opium, Morphine nor
t is a harmless substitute
ag Syrups, and Castor Oil.
ce is thirty years' use by
a is the Children's Panacea
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoae Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
your 'Cestoria,' and shal always contin:e to
do so as it has invariably produced bereficial
EDwrN F. PARDEE, I. D.,
1Zth Streft and 7i Ave., New York City.
MPaY, -i MoaAY S7Wr, NEW YoILK CiT
or visitors. The water has no equal.
best niedical skill of the country as
rings are entirely cured. The Hotel is
s of amusements. Climate very fine.
:ottages for families. Special rates over
ly 2} miles from Cross Hill., on G. C.
)O, on P. R. & W. C. R. R.
hysicians throughout the Sonth fur
irry Without Change of Cars.
Late:, in 1840, an improved syllabray
was devised by the R-ev. James Evans, a
missionary amoung the Crees. It was
phonetic, and the characters were simpler.
being composed of squares and parts of
squares and circles and parts of circles.
The zealious clergyman cut hietype out of
wood and made castings from the orig
inal blocks with the lead from tea ch sts,
which he begged from officers of the
Hudson Bay Company. He manufacture.d
ink out of soot, andl on a hand press of his
own construction printed many little tracts
and leaflets for the benefit of the Indians.
With some modifications his characters
have come into general use, not only
among the Crees but also among many
-ribes of the Northwest, which speak lan
guages in nowise akin to that of the
Crees, and -scores of books have been
printed in them.
The 'geerest periodical in existence is a
weekty now published by a French priest
at Kamloops, British Columbia. It is
called the Kamloops Wa-wa, which
means "wxiting," and is in the Chinook
jargon. This jargon is a sort of inter
national spee'ch compased of half a dozen
diferentIndian tongrues mixed with frag
ments of English, French and German.
It is the language of trade intercourse
among all tl,e pc -ple of the sparsely
settled Northwest far as Alask'.
The mission field of the holy father who
publishes this periodical extends over
about 500 square miles. Much of his time
is spent in making lon, journeys between
distant settlements, and during his pauses
for rest on the way he amuses himself
with editorial work. The weekly is writ
ten in three columns-the first column in
jargon, the second in shorthand characters,
and the third in English. The matter is
current ncws of the mission, sermons,
prayers,' &c. it is multiplied by the
mimeograph and distributed among
the priest's widely scattered parishioners.
The paper on which the printing is
done is blue, green. pink, or yellow, ac
cording to taste of the people who give
it to the good father. The periodical is de
livered free of charge, Mr. Pilling being, in
all probability, the only paying sub
The jargon was started by the early
white explorers who visited the Pacific
coast. Lewis and Clark, the first advent
urers in that direction, were followed by
the people of the American Fur Company,
sent out by John Jacob Astor. The pass
ing of these commercial travellers among
Right Arm Paralyzed'
Saved from St. Vitus Dance.
"Our daughter, Blanche, now fif
teei years of age, had been terribly
aflicted with nervousness, -and had
lost the entire use of her right arm.
We feared St. Vitus dance. and tried
the best physicians. with no benefit.
She has taken three bottles of Dr.
Miles' Nervine and has gained 31
pounds. Hecr nervousness and symnp
toms of St. Vitus dance are entirely
gone, she attends school regularly,
and 'has recovered complete use of
her arm, her appetite is splendid."
MRS. R. R. BULLOCK, Brighton, N. Y.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Dr. MIles' Nervine is sold on a poitive
guarantee that the first bottle will enefit.
All druggists sell it at $1. 6 bottles for $5, or
i will be sent. prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elk-hart, Ind.
FOR SAL BY. -1 ALTLT TDrGITSm
the tribes of Indiaus resulted in a com
p t ;Veabiulary, which is now used by
peoplet who speak twenty diffierent Iau
,nua-tes. not one of thein Ike unto another.
Yet they understand this eonimon busi
Uess tongue. whieb in a manner cor
responds to the Asiatic "pidgin English."
Every Washington and Oregon man talks
In the Chinock jargon white men are
divided into two kinds-"wo-hars" and
"-god-dams." The former is term for teaih
sters and the like. the derivation being
obvious.'while the latter is the designation
for gentlemen, who, as everybody knows.
used to swear terribly in the old days. A
name for the white man in general is
"Boston." This is believed to be derived
from an historical incident-namely, the
capture by the Nootka Iodians at Nooka
Sound of a vessel called the Boston, from
the town of Boston. Mass., in I8u3. Every
soul on board of Ler was put to death save
only two-a sailermaker and a railor
man nmed Jewett. The former died,
whle the latter was rescued by an Ameri
cart ship two and a half years later.
For fifteen years Mr. Plilling has been
engaged in the preparation of biblio
graphs of the native languages of the
United States and Canada. and so far ten
of these. each relatin-.to cue of the more
important families. have been published
by the Bureau oA Ethnology,. the eleventh
being now ready for the press. He is now
beinning one of the Nahvatk languages
of Mexico. in which the earliest American
printing was done and iu which more
material his been published than in any
other of the North American tongues, ex
cept, perhaps. the Algonquian.
If you desire a luxurious growth of
healthy hair of a natural color, nature's
crowning ornamnevt of both sexes, use
only Hali's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
IT IS WELL TO REMEMBER
That black cotton hose should be dried
and ironed on the wrong side to prevent
That calicoes should be washed in clear
water. dried in the shade, and turncd on
the wrong side to dry.
That- black and white calicoes are benr
fit-d by having a handful of salt added to
'I hat red table cloths kcep their color if
a little borax is added to the rinse water,
and they are 'dried in the shade.
That it is not, needful to boil wl;te
clothes (unless very dirty) and have the
house tiled with s'eam every week.
That if the clothes are folded and laid
in a large rinsing tub and boiling water
poured on generously, it answers the pur
TLhat blueing added to the rinse water
does not whiten the clothes, only covers
the dirt, and need not be used.
That letting elothes hang after they are
dry, or letting the-n hang through a
storm, or in windy weather to slap about,
is not conducive to long wearing or to
help the good man's pocketbook.
Tbat a clothespin bag made of bed
ticking or something stout, in the form of
a pocket with a slit on the front side, is
much easier to get than a common bag.
That a bed-ticking apron with.a large
pocket across the bottom is better than
That a basket exposes the clothespins to
dust, and the clothes suffer ac3ordingly
What do you take medicine for? Be
cause yon are sick and want to get well,
of course. Then remember, Hood's
D.HATHAWAY & Gs,
Are the leaduing and moet successful specialists an
will give you help.
Youg and -n1d
-die aged men.
SUlts have follow
ed our treatment.
Mlany years of
varied and success
In teuse of curs
ive methods that
we alone ownand
control for all dis
. orders of men who
hbave weak. unde
- i~veloped or disa
ceased organs, or
~who are suffering
~rom errorst of
vouth ont'. et.e~ss
r who are nervous
the scorn of their
~contempt of their
S-ardon.a leads s
ouarantee to all patents ris te capsl
w111 aflord a cure.
WO H EN! Dont you want to get eure d of that
weakness with a treatment that you can use at
home without Instruments? Our wonderful treat
ment has cured oteur. Whly not you? Try it.
cATrARE, and diseases of thes Skn. Blood.
Hart, Liver and Kidneys.
R TPHILIS-The mAst rapid. safe an.d en'ective
remedy. A complete Care Guaranteed.
SRIN DISEASES of all kinds eured whnre
many others have failed.
TNNATURAL DISCHARGES prom,tly
eued in afew day's. Quick, sure ard safe.hi
includes Gleet and honorhea~.
TRU'Ti AND FACTS.
We have'cured cases of Chronic Dis.esses that
have failed to get cured at the hauds of other specia
late aId medical institutes.
,. R EMEfMER that there is hope
for Y -.' ,conlt no other. as younmay wast~a valua.ble
time. .jhtain our treatmrent at once.
Beware of free and cheap treatments. We give
the t,est an.dmost scientitle treatment at moderate
prices-as low- as cer, be done for bate and skillfu,
treatment. FREE consultatlon t' the olific ot
y mail. Thorough examination and careful ding
os. A home :reatmnent .an h.e-given in am-dori1l
cases. send for symnntor:t Blank No. 1 for Men:
0. 2for Women:No-. S for Skin Diseases. Auicorre
spondence answeredl promnptly:. Buiness stri.ctly con
ldntial. lEntire trearment sent free fromn obiserva
ion. Refer to our patients, baita aud business mnen
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.
3 -2 Southr Broad Street. A TLANTA. GA
$3 SHOE IS TH'E BEST.
- FP.ENCH& ENAMELLED CAL.
$ 3.s9 POUICE,3 sou.S
SEND FCR CATALOGUE
You can save money by purchasing W. L.
Because, we nre the largetst muanufacttreTs of
advertised shoes in the world, and guaratee
the value by stamping the name ntid.price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
qual custom work in style, easy fitting a-.
earing qualities. We hav:e them sold every.
where at lower prices for the value given that
any other make. Take no substitute. If youi
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
0. 5. JA1I18O - - MBbRIY, S. U.
011A8. IIA11l8! - - W1IITllIHS, S. 0.
Cash or Installments.
Nw Machines Traded foi
A Well Equioped Bicycle Re
GONZALES & WITHERS,
Columbia, S. C.
KEADACHE cured in 20minutes by Dr.Miles
PAIN PILLs. "One cent a dose." At druggIsts
di1.P P1 P.'
_v PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
in Blood Poison
- and Scrofula
thP. Pa'.purif es the blood, builds up
the Pweak and aebilitate(2, give
es,gng the patient heal an
happiness wher sickness, ;loomy
~ eelings and lassitude first prevailed.
For primary.secod4ar,ad tertIar
syphilis, for blood pois nI . merc
p ison.. malaria, dysepsla, and
in albodand skin di3eases. like
blotc , pimples, o hronic ulcers.
ago tetter., scadha,bis erysipelas,
p_ ena - we mayT sa ,. Ith,ou,t fear ofl
c entradictiona P. P. Is the best
41p.- blood purier in the world,and makes
n all cases.
Ladies whose gystems areupoisoned
and whose blood isinan mpre condi
tion~. due to menstrual Irregularitiesv
are beculiarly benefited by the won
~'derful tonic and blood cleansing pro;PP..-rclA1Eop2
Root and Potassium.
appixormLip. Mo., Aug. 14th. 1893.
-I canspeak In the bighest terms of
dP your medicine from my own personal
owledge. I was affected with heart
disease, pleurisy and rheumatism for
-"35 years, was treated by the very best
physicians ano spent hundreds of dol
lars, tried every known remedy with
dp- out finding relief. I havo ouly taken
e bottle of your P. P. P., and can
cheerfully say it has done me more
dpo.. good than anything I have ever taken.
Ican recommend your medicine to al
00- sufferers of the above disease.
MRS. M. M. YEARY.
Springaeld. Green County, Mo.
PURE OLD FASIIONED NORT
CORN AIND RYE 'WHISI
We make a specialty of pure goods for priva
all rtoiiz i rd and we sell nothihg
tors of the C~eiebtrated KEY Biua of old fashio
randy ja' ed in caseb of one dozen bottles.
N. C -Poplar Log" Corn Whiskey, $1
Rye Whiskey. $2.00, according to age.
A pply Braudy, -2 00.
Peach Branky, $2.75
Extra eba-.ge for 1;
We can furnish Corn Whiskey in er 'es of 1,
quarts. ready for use, at low prices.
Can make special prices on barrel shipment
of old Corn Whiskey, ripened 4nd mello wed b
UDGETT PAYS THE FREIGI
Why Pay Extreme Prces ofa Goods!
Send for Catalogue and See What You Ca.SmI
5$ 0for 11. :4
100 rteer oe
Suits, all prices.
$692 7 $37
Jutst to intrainfee the.'.
,. ~No freig t paid on th'is Or.
gani. Giuranteed to be a
ognor money re
ilegant Plush PARlttR 5 ITS, cons5isting
of Sofa, Arma 'hair. R,,ki"n ChaIr, D)ivanl,
and 2 side ('hairs -wne; $45. Will deliver
It to your depot fol* $8 ThIs No.7
A *55 fiZWDa l1AEDhIa
withll all aittI.---e'.Is, for
--O N LY $8.5
delivered to your depot.
* The regular price of this
IUGGY Is 65 to 75 dollars.
The mtanufacturer' pays all
the expen;ses ea I sent:M'm
to you for A4M2.75
ar aguarantee eer~ oe a
n this Buggy
A $*80 PIAN(O
diere a yo dep)t
Send for catalogues of Furniture, Cookirng
Stoves Baby Carrages, Bicyes organs,P
SAV'E MONEY. Address
Just the thing to build up the
Wholesome and strengthening,
pure blood, free from boils or
carbuncles. General good health
-results from drinking HIRES'
Rootbeer tile year round.
Package makes five gallons, 25ce.
Ask your druggist or grocer for it.
Take no other.
Send a-cent stamp to the Charles E. Hires
Co., 1:7 Arch St., Philadelphia. for beauti
ua picture cards.
908 BROAD ST.,
The Largest- Liquor House in
Choice Brandies, Wines, Gins,
Rums and Liquors of
Mail Orders Receive
I WILL. UNDERTAKE TH~ ('0oL
lection of all claims agairist the
United States for captured o-- aban
died property during the civil wa'
1860-165. M. A. CA RL18L E,
Newberry, S. C., May *A, 1894
>impies, Blotches -dw
md Old Sores
',atarrh, Malaria Z
md Kidney Troubles *
re entirely removec by P.P.P.
-Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas
lum, the greatest bood purifier on
ASERDEEm. O.. july 2,11
MEssas LIPPMA. Btos., savannah.
i.: DEAk. Sins-I bought a bottle of
our P. P. P. at Hot Sprns,Ark..and -
thas done me more good than three
ionths' treatmentat the Hot Sprngs.
end three bottles C. 0. D.
JAS. M.. NFWTON.
Aberdeen, Brown County, 0.
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
To all whom il may concern: I here
y testify to the wonderfol properties -w
T P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
affered for several years with an un
ightly and disagreesbie eruption on
ly face. I tried every known reme
y but in vain,nntil P. P. P. was used,
d am now entirely cured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Savannah. Ga. -4
Skin Cancer Cored.
'e$JmonyVfromzhe Maycr ofSeluin,Te:r. '
SEQumN TEZ., January 14, 1893.
MEsSEs. IPMAN BROS., Savannah,
ia.: Genlemen-I have tried your P.
. P. for a disease of the skin, usually
nown as skin cancer,of thirty years'
tanding and found great relef: It
r ifles the blood and removes allir
tation from the seat of the disease ..
nd prevents any sDreading of the
ores. I have taken five or six bottles
,d feel confident that another course
ill effect a cure. It has also relieved
ne from Indigestion and stomach
raubles. Yours truly.
yAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
Book on Blom Diseases IleO FM 4
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
LIPPMAN BROS. '4
Uppmnan's Block,Savannmh, Ga
) JOBBERS OF
9 CAROLUNI HIND M1ADE
NO PE H BRANIES,
te use and nedical purposes. Onr brands ar
but high grade gods. We are sole propric
ned HEnd Mide 4orn Whiskey and Appl
V quote as follows. in lots I to 10 gas:
.25 to *3.0 , according to age.
:eg and jugs.
2, 4,6,8 aozen bottles to case. in pin ts, and
. We have the largest stock in the country
age, and especially recomirend It for pri
SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
Coniderlmed Schedule, in Effect Aug. -1st, '94.
Trains r:m by 75th Meridian 'rim.
v Car leston........--.-..7.1- m
"Columbia ................... .....'11 40 am
" Prospeity.-.....................1255n p m
A~rNew berry ............ ... . 1p m
r. Clinton...(tEx Sun).............22p m
- Laurens.... (EX Sun)....... l. p n'
" Niety-Six....' .....---. S
" Green wood ................--- -pm
" Hodges ............ .... 3 bnom
" bille.......................i .5->r,m
"lelton............... ...........-40 p m
"Anderson..........................4 .3p m
" Sencc.c,..... ..............-...4 m
" Walialla .................-.'C5pm
-~t lanta........... .... -.. .......10 ptS
Lv. Walalla........ -....... -- m
"Seneca ............. ..........--.100 am
"Andersonl.........-....... .-...l 1 am
Ar. Donald's................ ..... P 6 pm
LV. bEe ille ...--- ---- -- .. 11 O m
" Hodges. ---- ..-- --...1 pm
"Greenwood. .... ...........1.Mp
" Ninety-Six.. ...--..---- 1.3 m
SLaurens (ExStl Sui......... 00amR
"Clinton (Ex Sun).......... 11.:0 am
- Newterry ..................-... .391 pm
"Prosperity...................... 25 pm
Ar. Columbia.................... ---- 4 pm
Between Andersonl, Belton and Greenilale.
No. 11. STATIONS. No. l?..
3.08 p. m Lv..,Anderson ..... Arl1207 i;m
05p. m".... Belton........ -11 4 am
4.25 p. m "..Wil11amston....." 11 0.) am
t 31 p. m: ".... Pezer .......... "11: atu
5.15 p. mAr . . . Greenville..... .. L lO.1 am
Between columbia and Ashevllec.
Daily. Daily. ! T aily., Daily,
No. 13. No. 15.j STATIONS No. 16. No. 14.
7.15a.m ...iLv Charlestoar .... .4O pm
.......7.00 a.m Lv Jack-ville Ar 10.15am...
..... 11 4a a m Savannra'i ' 5 20 im!....
.30am~ ..1Oa mnL V.Co?imomAr- 1.:.0 ,mf 3.55pm
1.2pm 6 53 a mn" 4 ..Santuc. .. .".11.Z0,m; 203yvm
1.5pmn 7.10 a m" ". Union.."11 10pm. 1..10pm
213pm 7.30 p in" . .Jonesvil:e --10 4spm1l2.40pm
2 2pm: 7.43 p m " . Pacolfl .. "l0.33rm 12.2lpm
2.50m' 8.10) p m Ar Spart-bg'Lv 10 05pm11.454m
3.5pm 8.15 p m Lv Snart'-gAr,10 00pm11l.30am
6 20pm 11.2') pm Ar Asheville Lv 7.pn 8.4'amn
Nos. ii and 12 are solid trains bet ween Caarles
ton and Walhal'.
Trains leave Spartanburr. A. and C. division,
northbound. 4 01a. m.. 4.11 p. in.. 6.22 p. in.. (Ves
tibuled Limnitedi: southbound. 1257 a. m..2.20p.
in.. 11.37 a. in.. (Vestibuled Limited>: west
bound. W. N. C. Division, 8.15 p. ms. for Hender
son ville and Ast eville.
Trains leave Greenville. A. and C. Division,
nortbound. 3 a m..3 0~>p.ma.. and 5.f)) p m.,<Ves
tibuied Limited); southbound 1.52a. mn., 4.10'p.
in.. 12.28 p. mn., iVestibuled Limited).
Trains leave Seneca. A. and C. Division. north
bound. 1.4') a. mn. and 1.35 p. mn.; soutnbound, 3.01
.i. and 5.45 p. m
-Pulla Palace Sleepinv ('nr on Trains 35
and 26.37 and 38. on A. and C. Division.
Trains 15 and 16 carry Pui:main Sleepers be
tween Savan sah and Hou, Sprin;rs.
W . H. GREEN. J. M. CULP.
W. B. RYDER, Supt.. Colum! in. S C.
W. A. TURK. S.H. lARlbWICK,
Gen1 Pass. Agt.. Ass-t Gen 1 Pass. A::t..
Washington. D. C. A tlanta. G a
catalo::ue at Whole
tale PrIces, ShIp fo)r
DICYC examination bet-ore
sale. Ours at $44 s e
as agents sell fir $t5. ours at $55, same as agents s.eli
(or $h, '-:rs atS8tJ wood-rtms, 251lbs., same as any
$12 wheel. 12 styles old to$dl.
AAGE ROADSTER $55
Guaranteed same as agents sell for $75 to $100.
ACME ROAD RACER, 25 lbss f
erfect lines,.perfect steering,.Derfect adjustment.
Guaranteed same as agents sell for $125 and $135.
Written warranty with every machine Every tim;
you buy a bicycle through an agent you pay 1736 to, 550
more than our wholesale price for name quality.
It costs about as much to sell bicycles through
agents and dealers as it does to make them. e
prudence and economy suggest the better way and
buy from us direct at wholesale prices.
Illustrated Catalogue free.
Acme Cycle Company,
DRU. IIOUER KIBLER,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offe-Main Street; Room 14,. ovel
Boozer & Goggans' Store.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
lrida ClWtral al PMDIga Rroai,
ro Savannah. Jacksonville. St- Augustine
Ocala, Tampa, Orlando. and all
EFFFCT1VE February 26. 1894.
WILT-1HOUNSD. TRAIN TR#,I% TRAIl
' .S. No.33. .. - .
Lv Newberry.... 2 39 p Im
* AISo1 ......... . 3, p m1
Colbia.....124t. a mn 5. p
r lOevinarrk .... 2(4 p 65 a m IVpr
Fairta.x ......... 244 a 3pm
S A eb h e...... ...... ... ;5
San: on..... ......951 a M
" enur r...... . ...... 11*9a i, ...
"Po'rt ltt zd a ... ...... 1 4 a n ...
" 10vana.. 0 a n 4(pa.
A r Bu 'w,wick .. 11 4 a m
Jc .le.. 2a i 155pm 900pm
Lv 4 4 a m S 1an 410pm
St. Augnstive 1-i' a i3-ta ..
t 9 15 a I &I
Fernandina.. s1. l0a in 4 -0 p m
Lv Jackonvilie 9; Aa in 21 p m 9-%pm
A.r Wi- ........... ! 46 a 20 p in 1 aM
Unine.viile... 12 ,1 p m11 4.5 pm
" -iverSprig 13 p in ti(0 pm
Lv 1511)11 tp 0,mfi
ArOc,la.......... a m 214a m
1 n4 5 p. in' ...... 6.55.p..
X9 5a.33 a m .
1r W;' a m .. -3)am
frl 9... 52.b P In 755a m
Nk nt r ark .5i4 1)in 11 S a m -
ArLac-Ixwhee... .ipinilpt am 5 01 a m
4T;trpo,p'II--s19A M...... s 50 am
S .p VeWrs'bi r0 p in t9 35 p&m
Lv .aekonr'll* 11.) 8 i 0 a3 p 4i0n
-~~~~~~~~ -rta...... )i LJ 25 P ...... 8
Ja ~ ~ 7 i5 yl 9mja 3 p m
ArTal*,ahassee. 3;.-Apjnl 1-,45aw.
iiver J unielf 5 1 5 p i.
Soullif Colm"I.T-n"u 90th m e .....
an'limic. \orthiof Colt)wbia Traissue-5th
r Waily exceptunay. s S9day only.
- r arries tbroud . t4eepers to Sp . 5A.
-ustin er ak.55 ... 13
No rai7 Slcepers .acksoille and Tampa.
Closeonnectivil at Savannah with ..8am
St.atrnship's Elega t steamers for Ne w York,
311iladelphiia and B13O.Stol. Alsoewith Mer
chat' a a....d M 4>ers eanshIps or Baltimore.
"oneetioi.s at Tampa fur StveaiJsblps
K West ar d Havana, alof ) l br Steamers to
s.PetersZur-,,, traidenitown and all Minateo
o letponsat.Jacksonville for all points
0os e.t Cian Litie and Witnhe Jackon
ifle, TunIpIa and Key West Xiluw&7. and
St. J0mh" n tiver -teamers. Also for New or
ceanny ine i-ta rougb Sleepetme.
Connection at itiver Junction for 3atW
hrchve Rver aers.
'it. Florida Ceutral & Peninsulpr Pailroad
,-, tire Great Trunk Line of Florida, and
reactnes ail pricipal points in the Sate.
oend for best indexed map of Florida to
A Q. MA'C DO-NELL,
Genera I Psseneer &eut. Jacksonvil
-N. F. F h NMti TV.S, 1. N . F L t M INu
T.ira,,c Manager. Division Ps.Ai
Tick Office at Savannah. Cor. Hall a-. .
Biyau Sts. Ticket Office at Jacksonville .
cur. heay and Hogan s.
S EA BOARD AIR LIN F-Short line to
eaNorfolk and Old Point, Va., and Columba ,
S.C. few ietoCharleston.S.C EffedJuly
NO. F8 P No., 34,EasterrN '.me> No. 1.7 NoA
Daily.; Vaily. .exLtpt AtlaziLA! Daily. Dafly.,
6 m5U'Opm Iv ALAUM ar~ 7 4p 34s 74;
U Depocty tm
ozEam i 8 13pm Ir Athcrija ar 6 1 (a2 5OSfipm
11 I;ain n 911pu ar Elbrvon v 52a 4Agt,
12 1.pts. Tk OWoOpa i ar Abbeville Iv 427aM
12ir .'bpay 025pm arGreenw'd1 4 s a. 2p
4pn BADpnsAr Clinton v .-hA 1 4pM
3 32p i e2iea tar Chester ar; 2 7amU4an
.5Wpml 15f5mlar Monroe av20am l6lupm
7 5m 8 13pm IVAhen r 6 16a'm50p
11lad9 Ilpam ar eleron lv 522apm
115p 10 00pn ar Abilhlendv 427amp 3
750u 150am:ar Monroael lvil250m10 m
60 15mar Baeighrkv 12 30pr
7 SOam Jarhndroenl 6Opmt
900p am ar Wlnon ar j 3p
242p -sm arRichmondl 1 2732
3~pm nrpmrWah'tynlv 1 1? 57 ps
54(;m -.p aroBaltiorev 9 42am es
7 4.Spm ar Sumtae lv 7 90a --g
50mar Charlesotely1 00pmIm
7 93r 0Iam arDaWing'nv 17 500pm
290pmam linona ar 210p
2142pmar Newerrym'tha 312'4p
4 16pm ~ v orolki lvi 300pm m
545pml arfumbr V 95aam
8 4.p Ua, rChaltonly 7635pm
7 10r 47ararin'lad |v70441pm
1 2Opar Nvewdoar 5 210pm .*
- l am at Portam'tha 1v1 l6pmj
II 4am 1vr Norlv 100pmI
16 OOpmr ivors'h()ar! 8.00am
7 60am:arBaltnlVt 6 30pm -
10il e47am Say.hldl V44p
1b 2ia Ba neYr, ' vi NewYo10D hlm
de5i a NorflkRilad 1w) 116pia~o
6and|a Wash' g4emot Co. Tyin 00pm '3
and 117 run solid with Pullman buffet sleeping
cars be ween Atlant'. and W .n ngbon, and
NuIlman Buiffet parlor cars betwee'n WVashing
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon and
Portsmouth: SleepIng car Hamlet and 4W1t
mington. Trains Nos. 34 and 41 carry through
coaches between Atlanta and Charleston.
0. V. SMITH. Traffic Manairer.
JOHN C. WINDER. Gen'l Manager.
H. W. B. GLOVEE. Div. Pase. Agent. Atlanta.
A TANICCOAST LINE.
Wilmilngton, N. C., Jan.8,1894.
Between Charleston and Columbia and Upper
South Carolina and North Carolina
and A thens and Atlanta.
GOING WEIST. GOING EasT
7 00 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 8 40
8 40 " ...Lanes.........." if 4
9.23 " ...Sumnter.......... " 535
11(15 Ar...Columbia......Lv. 4 20
1229 " ...,Prosperity..- 251 .
1243 " .....Newberry..- 2i38
1 30 "...Clinton......... " 1 55
2 41 " .....Greenwod. .." 1245
2 09 "... A bbeville...... " 121.5
-a mn -
5.8.. ....A thens ....... "10 05 '
7 4' ".....Ala nta......" 70 -0
pm .Wunbr. amt
6 20 "..nnbr..." 11 40
8 30 " .....Charlotte....." 930
4 24" ...Andrson.....1"
5 15 "...Grenville... "10I
S 10) "...Spartanurg" 100
if0 22 " ..Hendersonville" 74
11 20 "... Asheville... '' 6W5
Nos. 52 a nd 53 Solid trains between Charle.s
ton anid inrtos.,S. C.
H. M. FM ERtSON, Ass't Gen'1 Pass. Agent.
T.M. E M E R"ON. Traffic Manager.
.T. R. KENLY. Gen'l lianager.
Cleanses and beautifies thre hair.I
-$Profuotes a luxurnart growth.*
Never Pails to P.estore Grg
- Hair to its Youthful Color.j
50c.andl 0.2 a Dtargiss
t-se Parker's Ginge. Tonic. It cures the worst Co
wesk Lungs, Debility, Indigestion, Pain, Take In timre. cW.
will positively protect Horses and C'aWte
from any annoyance from Flies, Gnats and
Insec's of every kind. Improves appearance
of the coat.dispensinig with fly nets Recomn
merded ny thou'ands. Try it and becn
vinced. Price of'-Fly-fiend,'inc)udltigbruish,
qua:rt cans. S 1 00; half-.gal'on S$1.75; oes
gllon $2.50. on.e gailn wtil last three
head of hxor-es or cattle an entire seas~on. Be
ware of in:Atations. .Address
Crescent Mfg. Co., 2109 Indiana Ave., Phila
For YOUNG LADIES, Roanoke. Va.
Opens Sept. 12, 1891. One of the leading
Schools for Young Ladies in i he South. Mag
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Campus ten acres. Grand mountain scenery
in va. 1ev of va.. famewd for heal hx. European
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Oo in: money: also other
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