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Caught on the Fly.
The Georgia Alliance Exchange, in
which the members had put over $70,
000, was closed with a debt hanging
over it of $25,000. It it is thought that
its organ will soon suspend, as it too
has been losing money heavily.
William Chatfield was shot at Aiken
on August 26th by Policeman J. J.
Wingard. Chatfield was cursing on
the street, and was ordered to stop,
when an altercation occurred between
the two men. Chatfield'was fatally
wonnded and died the next day. He
was the son of B. P. Chatfield, manager
of the Highland Park hotel.
I. H. MeCalla, Reformer, Is de
feated R. R. Hemphill, Reformer, for
the Senate in Abbeville County.
The organization of the Southern
Railway -has been completed. There
----.- e o system-Eastern and Western
-and seven divisions. E. Berkeley has
been appointed Superintendent of the
third division, in which is located the
Columbia and Greenville railroad.
Forest fires raged on September 1st in
the pine region of central and eastern
Minnesota, and there is great loss in
property. Many people have been
burned to death including fifty persons
at Hinckley, Minn.
The fourth Texas Democratic Con
gress convention has by acclamation
nominated David B. Culberson, son of
the present incumbent, after 5,600 bal
lots had been taken. -
San Aitonio. Texas, is the centre of
a terrible overflow e1tending 100 miles
east an-d west. The damage to crops is
estimated at a half million dollars, and
many thousands of cattle, sheep .and
horses have been swept away. At
Uvalde, a town of 2,30e, about half the
houses have been-awept away, and at
this point is stated that the as
caused by an earthqua ni forced
the water out of the sub rrnean chan
nels of the Leona river
by son of
as marrid Cissy
Loftus, a London music-hall favorite.
EX-Vice-president Morton has writ
ten a letter "to the Republicans of the
State," declaring that he is a candidate
forthe nomination- for Governor of
Pittsburg cotton-tie manufacturers
fAd they can compete with foreign
manu&acturers without protection.
A speaker at Ocean Grove last Friday
asked Christians to pray that President
Cleveland "might overcome -his great
am of drinking.
President Cleveland and Joseph Jeff
erson are bass-fishing at Gray Gabes.
-A race-riot was imminent last c
Wednesda-v at Harlin City in Orange- o
burg county, but the trouble was
averted. It was caused by a strike il
among the.-negroes against cotton n
pickers who were working at 40 a cents c
hundred, when a combination had
formed amorng them to pick only g
-.at 5¢s fhandred for white farmers, st
who gave the pickers protection against di
J. 0. Abbott has been unanimously pi
nominated to Congress by the 6th dis- 11
trict Democratic Convention of Texas ch
on the three thousand three huLdred ge
and ninety-eighth ballot. ev
ailroad Commissiorer Sligh in- Is
spected the Glenn Springs railroad last at
A hacking cough keeps the bronchial te
4tubes in a state of censtant irritation, sel
which, if not .speediv removed, may"
lead to chronic bronchitis. No prompt- fu
erremedy can -be round than Ayer's an
Cherry toa..Iseffect is imme ha
ae and the result permanet chi
IJghtning.Made Him a Colored Man, com
[Memphis Commercial Appeal.) life
TX1nLE TENN., August 24.-Bill ope
G3oldby and Spencer Mills took refuge to
Under apoplar oak tree duringa thun-. acti
derstorm. Lightning struck the tree conr
* and severely stunned both of them. mot
After the tree was struck a heavy rain thir
set ingand for several'hours the men jeol
lay unconscious, exposed to a beating cess
~. rain. When consciousness returned may
>Goldby and Mills arose, stiff and sore, I
and when the latter looked at his com- is as
panlorr- be was horrified to discover witl
that his skin had been turned as black and
as that of an African, and .it has re- mue t
mained so ever since. Mill's skin was creal
not affected in the least; and the col- cour
oring .of Goldby's skib is the only ill Tt
effects of their narrow escape from fores
. - -__ petco
The__Liveliest Piace in Town. and
[From the Chicago Record.] sire
"Yes," said the tourist in. the Penn- Th
sylvania metropolis, "I have been in she e
Piladelphia three days and I would good,
kind of like a little 'livening up." their
"Certainly, sir," said the polite tion.
Philpdelphian, "we understand that tbe ri
tyavelers like excitement. Just let me check
show you around to the morgue." the st
- What Caused the Hard Times? tag
TConductor and Driver.) what
Hbad.of Iowa, says it is would
tfre e tence of private corporations. her at
Gerge Gould says it is the hostility hath<
to corprtions. If ti
.The farmer says it is the low price in Jwere c
wheat. and pr
The silver man says it is the action Ithe ht
of Wall street. fthe gii
Wall street says it is the action of1i The
silver men. assoc~ia
The manufacturer says it is the fear these,
of free trade. . w bate'
The consumer says it is the tariff. She wi
The debtor says it is the creditor, lives al
The creditor says it is the debtor. that ev
The Democrats say it is the Repub- rupt gc
*The Republicanis say it is the Demo- .if ou
crats. girl shi
The Populists say it is both. a pure
The Prohibition ists say it is whiskey. same ti
The preachers say it is the devil. ters he
Now what is your idea? jriendsl
-ATTACKS THE EYES "
Makes her feet
THE L!GHT Pesenct
/ ~ Unbearable. of themtt
9 risks as
PERM~VANENTLY CUiRED shall att
m sina iss atb
"My' hun ws sjct to sefvre
attactks of ,euri whc ennsed i 0:
great pain ad sufri 1 Th si
were princpa~lly ab.ut his~ ey. nd he~t1 |. T
nitenm had to ren:min in~ a arke-ned row.: 0 osI
nIot being able to~ smed the. light. .\yersC ls
PiThs betinlg recommn-ea9(. he t:ie t, m. c not in?
mnsing one befre eac~h meal. They vC Bridge1
soonl :arded relie. F.efnowed by ra-c. Ms
- tere I am a strong neiver inh o Bridget
emeeyofays robs. :.nd wo,:a - comedo
le without them frer en im un~ ir e- in the p
cos.--Mrs. M. E. Di-a.r. LE-erty-. -rT C Tit-Bits.
Trhee usel Ayer's PUis in my~ famy 2'0
fo r fo'rty-years. :md re.gard them asteO
Lake City. Flt.
AYER'S PIL LS E. A.
O. mna pre
Receed li-gie.st Awards g last week,
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR o Tiliman si
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THE MODEL GIRL.
Anbitous and Careful for Her Associates
No Use for Dudes.
This article will be devoted to the
model girl. The ideal girl in Ameri
can life is perhaps not more abundant
to-day than fifty years ago.
The first essential to a model daugh
ter is a surmy, bright, cheerful- disposi
tion. , She ought to be the life and
ligh and joy of the home. Whoever
else may be possessed of a sulky, sullen
disposition the girl can at least afford
to cultivate such a spirit. Girls are at
home more than boys. Home ought to
be bright and cheerful. Those who stay
there most ought to contribute most
to the joy and gladness of the home.
Gheerfullness covers a multitude of
faults. The home circle never tires of
the company that is cheerful and
Another essential element of the
model daughter is ambition. The aver
age girl in this nineteenth cent ury is so
To' be a pretty little tbing, to out
shine somebody, to be more attractive
in personal appearance than somebody
else, to have more beaus and a better
time than others, is about the sum and
substance of the ambition of thousands
of our girls.
Character is not made up of either
beauty or bangs nor frills and flounces.
Beauty is but skin-deep and ugly is to
the bone; but the girl with real- ambi
tion, intellectual ambition, moral ambi
tion, proficient in culture and useful in
the social world, is the one that really
adorns ot ' homes of this day.
The girl who turns her back on God
and piety, on ther sick and suffering,
and seeks the giddy whirl of the ball
room, plays progressive euchre, or asso
ciates with silly dudes, can neve .
above the' butterfly -m AIse
but little ..Y really lives
in NiR than that beautiful
Ambitions for culture, either in art,
or music or literature-the girl who has
equipments in either of these lines
contents herself with the conciousness
that she is denpedent on no one. The
independent girl is the one to besought
%nd won as a prize by any young man.
The model daughter is a domestic
girl- She can play on the piano most
>eautifully, on the cook stove most ele
antly. She can darn a sock or make
my garment worn by herself or'broth
.rs or sisters. She must necessarily be i
1omestic in order to take many cares f
nd burdens off of mother's life and re
ieve mother of many of.the arduous a
uties and tasks that belong to home
Ife. The model daughter thinks there
no one in the world like her mother.
he will toil for mother, sacrifice for|
iother and suffer for mother's sake
ay or night. Any where, everywhere,
de stands ready to help mother and
%rrry all the burdens she can, which,
therwise. mother would have to carry.
Again, the,model girl is desperately L
I love with her father. To her, no
tan is the peer of her father. His
>uncil is wisdom, his willis her law.
Again, the model daughter does not
> much on dudes. A real girl herself,
ie despises all forms of shams, and a
ide is the commonest kind of a sham.
iamond studs, toothpick shoes, hair
ited in the middle, the scent of cin
amon- drops. These things have no
arms for her, but she admires the
nuine. -She esteems character above
erything else. The boy of real worth
the oue who need apply, for, really.
this point, and this point only, is
3 wortI of the girl determined. At
a marital altar alone a man can de- "
'mine the estimate a girl puts on her
f, for on the marital market, if no
Lere else, the girl thinks she is getting
I value in exchange for all she gives, F
1 the girl who sells out cheaply there farn
shown to the world that she is inci
an,the mdldaughter makes a the
datof her mother. She has no pen
et that her mother does not know. whi
~re is nothing clandestine about her Parj
H er li fe and conduct is gs fully gree
n to the scrutiny of mother as it is Won
~he scrutiny of God. The girl who is c:
clandestinely and who does not thei!
Lmunicate her whole life to her so0
her stands in such relations to this
gs on the outside of home that hisi
ardize her chane.es for higher suc- mail
and makes it possible that ruin Fret
come to her. sai]
love the girl of true sincerity, who .lent,
transparent as the air, who' lives ply
a consciousness that "if mother shell
father knew me like God knows semb
heir confidence in mue would be in- large
ted and their happiness on my ac
t would be multiplied."
e model girl, in addition to the
oing traits, is a companionable
pleasant, affable to all. She is the
f the home, idolized by brothers Me
sisters and servants. No favor she keepi
sk would be too great and no de-Rfr
of hers can wait long if others "hav
d her can kn'ow her wishes, cross<
s model girl studies to know how ly on
.n best-'influence her brothers for wear3
if brothers she has. She studies tica1ll
nyves, their traits, their disposi- ceed.
Wherever she can lead them in and y
ght direction, wherever she can.
them in the wrong direction, it is
udy and care of her life to do so.
in, the model daughter is a Chris
irn-a girn of prayer and consecra- Vs
and self-sacrifices. Knowing Tha I
Christ has done for women, she paso
live so that Christ would say of pa
the end of her pilgrimage: "She eao
lone what she could." butrso
te influence of all our daugh ters ofuths
Lirected rightly, if their example "Th
ecept was what it should be itt"
me life, what a powerful good to buy
Is of home would do.
mnodel girl is very choice in her put in.
tions and her books. Either of
if bad, is hurtful to character,
rer they may be to reputation'
Il not ming'e with those whose
e not as clean as hers, knowing Uncle
il communicatigps not only cor- my in] I
od manners but jeopardize char- sakes, 3
r young men demand that the Mand
.I1 be pure and innocent, she, as Uncle
md innocent'girl, demands the think ti
ting of the young man who en- a big bu
r parlor or takes her hand in
:y can. never be formed as it
:>e until our girls draw the lipe
y, virtue and manhood and say
>ung men who would seek their First
y or claim their friendship: when y~
_life must be as pure as mine." along, t(
ing the influence for evil of ~Secou
d wine and ballroom, she turns -with thFe
and life away from all these " es-'
The theatre never claims her ",And
'not because, perhaps all . Certa
are impure, but because most tion in h
are, and rather than run the "Yo
:o where to draw the line she diamond
[ work on the safe side and I "Certa
and none." "Why,
rI who emibodies the character- president
>ve given is a model daughter greatest I
e joy of her father's and moth -_____
ts, suushine in tbe home and cii
to the world.
SAur P. JONES.
chaicalities Didn't Work'.a
.--Did you tell Mr. G. I was consta
-I did, mum.
-What did he say? binedi
-He said, "Well, tell her to E V
'n as soon as she is in." He's L
rior, if you please, mum.- ~
Thie Snake, It Died. WILL
-- it AND
[Marion Record.] Lessens
['homas sent Governor Till- Life of
sent of a box of rattlesnakes to "Mc
It is said one of them bit a taining
>y who opened the box, and 1 voluntai
died in 15 minutes afterward JSent byerpre
ophobia. The spy was not BAsama1
Castoria is! Dr, Samuel Pitchei
and Children, It contains nei
other Narcotic, substance. I
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothii
It is Pleasant. Its guarant<
Millions of Mothers. Castori
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castorlaisso wen adapted tochildren that 4
I recommend it as superior to any prescription i
known to me." H. A. AncEm, . D.,
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 superer9gation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who dc not keep Castoria
within easy reach." r
Canos MAwrr, D. D.,
New York City.
This Famous Resort is now open foi
'ersons who have been given up by the I
lcurable, but after a short stay at the Spr
rst-blass in all departments. All kinds
cenery very grand. A.number of neat coi
i1 railroads. Hack meets all trains. On]
N. R. R. Same distance from Waterloo
of water and testimonials from best ph
fished on application
ess Than Two Hours Ri
Harris Springs, S. C.
A Frenchman's Snail Rtanch.
ARIS, August 24.-A provincial
ner living near Anet has decided to Wa
ease his income by -cultivating ga
lsa-- He has at present 180,000 of whe
interesting and shiny creatures ran
ned up in a waterproof shed, andi frier
re they are being fattened for the "
is market. They eat as much
n fodder per day as t wo cows Wat
Id consume, and their pet dainty after
abbage leaves, which imparts to -
flesh the delicate peagreen tinge
admiired by. epicures. Whether pac
farmer is going to add largely to Pn
ucome by this new departure re- havir
isto be seen, but a certain class of Igi
ch people do greatly esteem
s. Snail pie is considered excel- o
but some people prefer them sim
oiled, and extract them from the DE
with a little silver implement re- large
'ling a nut pick, only somewhat toda
"Let slip the Dogs of War." lieved
[Columbia Journal.] hi W
intime, we poor old A ntis are even it
og cool. Let us keep frigid. Let *ew
mers snort ring rule and cry
>c." We are all right. Let us
our legs and place our heels gent. MEsSR
the mantelpiece and close our DEA~
eyes, one of which will automa- utuil
stay open. Let the row pro-'a me.
Let the dogs of war howl
alp. It is a Reform fracas.
A Bear Movement.
.- A n<
[New York Weekly.] North
r:"You church is a beauty. into ti
andsome house next door is the oed
age, I presume." contrii
on De Good: "N-o. Fact is, the anduwj
age is some distance up-town, eaug
intend to make an offer for one and el
a near-by residences soon" a bout 2
price will he high no doubt" The S
-I think not. We sha'n't try dead t
until after our new chimes are tmst
)ne on Uncle Wheatstraw.
[Cbicago Inter-Ocean.] . Can re
Wheatstraw (looking at dum- by pure
rout of clothing store)-Land and Coi
fandy, looks are awful decev
y-How do you mean?
'ese fellars knew enough to run
siness like thbis.
A Portrait. Yuaf
~leveland Plain Dealer.] by comp~
dIe Man-Looks mighty bard,
~e're barely able to scratch
see.such pictures as that, enough
[ Idle Man-Whbat, the fellow investiga
plug hat and big cuffs? your
the gold-headed cane?"
inly-that man with the carna
is buttounhole"---... will get f<
man te man weaxing the Sugar, C
nly. Whbo is be?" Tea
you blamed fool, that's the
of our union and one of the
abor reformers in the West."
-D BIRTH . ..syrup, C
MADE EASY! o0a'L
rHERs' FRIEND " is a sCIentific
'epared Liniment, every ingre
of recognized value and in
nt use by the medical pro..- Look
-These ingredients are corn
n amannerhitherto unknown
OT HERs'! H1
DO all that is claimed for
MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Mother and ChiIl Book
rr HEs "mailed FREE, con
valuable information and
ss on receipt of price $i5per bottd e Pie'
0 REGUtATOR CO., Atata. Ba. Wkw~D
BY ALL DEUGrer I MI IEruCn
-'s prescription for Infants
ther Opium, Morphine nor
t is a harmless substitute
ig Syrups, and Castor Oil.
,e is thirty years' use by
a is the-Children's Panacea
'astoria cures Colic, Constipation,
;our Stomach, Diarrhea, Eructation,
Cills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
Vithout injurious medication.
"For several years I havo recommended
-our 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
to so as it has invariably produced beneficial
EDwx F. Panz. M.
Ave., New York City.
[N-NY, 77 MuRAy S'a-r, Kzw YoRx Crrr
visitors. The water has no equal.
)est medical skill of the country as
iogs are entirely cured. The Hotel is
of amusements. Climate very fline.
tages for families. Special rates over
y 21 miles from Cross Hill, on G. C.
on P. R. &W. C. R. R.
ysicians throughout .the Sonth fur
y Without Change of Cars.
What he Might Do.
. Indianapolis Journal.]
*r. Hungry Higgins and Mr. Weary
thins w"ere watching an impromptu
e of base ball on the Commons, and
n one of the players malde a home
Mr. Hungry Higgins asked his
)o yoi' think you could do that?" -Id;
)b, I allow I 'could," answered Mr.w
.kins, "but I'd have to have a dog 0V
SAVANNAH, GA., pril 26, 1889. co
ring used three bottles of' P. P. P. Lor im-i Cos
blood and general weakness, and hav-. I
lerived great benefits from the same,
iainedu11pounds in weight in four
o,iae unea pleasre in recommend-.
Yours truly, JOHN MOgRIS. ane
~FFCE OF J. N. McE LROY, Druggist. ) n
OR LANDO, F'LA., A pril 20 1891. f n
es. ErPPMAN Bros., Savannah, Ua - da3
R SRS.-I sold th ree bottles of P.' P. P., For
size yesterday, and one bottle small size
P. P. P. cured my wife of rheumatism
. before last. It came back on her the
'inter and a half bottle $1.00 size, re
he again, and she has not had a symp- .
1l a bottle of P.P.Pto afrend ofmine AU
his turkeys, a small one took sick. and
egave it ateas poonful, thatwas in the by t1
ig, and the little fellow turned over like
dead, but next morann wvas up hol.
and well. Yours respectfully, ~FOR
J. N. McEL ROY. ~~~
SAVANNAH, GA., March 17, 1891. i
5. LIPPMAN BROS., Savannah,-Ga: - E'
Sris-I have sufr'ered from rheIma
r a long time, and did not find a cure
found P. P. P., which completely cured
Yours truly, ELIZA F. JONES, ['p
10 Orange St., Savannah, Ga.
e Late Lamnented State Alliance. some
[Carolina Spartan.] ,climas
>vel scheme was..,roposed at the existe
Carolina State Allbance to go and ti
e building of cotton mills on the
>llar plan. Each member is to
>ute one dollar at stated times GEL
en a certain district has money
on hand they will go to work Rev.
rect a mill. Such a scheme is Miss I
is chimerical as the su b-treasury. Reo
r>uth Carolina Alliance is too Withb
>go into anything except the and ui
.ne business. oorps <
luce your expenses materially
hasing your Groceries, Fruits, Fi
rd to pay fancy prices, whenli i
arison you find you can!
o pay you for the trouble of Ni
ting the quality and quantity OU
>r you. A fresh, choice stock of Laborat
Grist, Cheese, formati
Maccaroni, Flour, '-'
~os, Cigars, Oranges,
~mons, Banannas, F RI
Plain and French Candies, F.
o Your Interest and
live Me a Calls
6. HOOF. NE
Street Newberry. _ JT
~HAIR BALSAI practicany,
Cleanses and beautifies the har. ner. Tirt:
P"ntesa uszugot. f the scru
Cures ip drae * clot abng gr
50e.snd ti0a r e The more
F-or sale 1
Armuovr'n Impecuniou) Kiuian.
it has been a inatter of current re
port for years amiong Board of rrade
men that Phil Armour has no poor re
lations. "'le will not allow any of
them to remain poor," a veteran of
the Roard remarked, by way of expla
nation of this unusual good fortune
of a rich man. "He makes them all
"I have heard that story before,"
Mr. Armour remarked witb a smile,
when one of his friends asked him
about it the other day. "But it's a
mistake. I have enough of them."
Then the big packer burst out in a
laugh and his friend knew a good story
was coming. -
"One of the poor kind-be lives down
in Illinois-is one of the most penist
ent meni I ever knew. He keeps writ
ing and writing for money all the
time. He is not a bad fellow, only im
provident, and if be displayed the
same energy in attending to business
that he does in writing to me he would
have been rich a long time ago. Well,
he kept sending.one letter after anotber
saying that if he only bad $500 he
would be all right. He repeated this
so often that one day I told my secre
tary to write that if he wouldn't bnther
me for a year I would send him $500.."
"Well, sir," and Mr. Armour's sides
shook with'laughter, "as soon as the
mails could bring a reply I got it. He
said, "Make it $1,00 an
and I thought iL
that I -ars
.as such a clever turn
W.7 t"e money."
What happened next?"
"In about three months he wrote
again, saying the agreement was off
because his wife hadn't been in
The torture of dyspepsia and sick
beadache, the agonizing itching and
?ain of salt rheum, are removed by
The Strike was Averted.
An engineer employed in a Western
aw mill announced to his boss that the
ime had come for him to strike.
"verybody else was striking and le
ould not be left out in the cold. The
"Do you want more pay?"
"No, the pay is all right."
"Want shorter hours?"
"No, the hours are all right."
"Then what do you want?"
"I want to go fishing this afternoon
ithout having my pay docked."
Be was told to go, and the strike was
.1icably adjusted on that basis.
lRED, WEAK(, NERVOUS,
Could Not Sleep.
?'rof. L. D. Edwards, of Preston,
tho, says: "I was allrJun. down,
ak, nervous and irritable through
trwork. I suffered from brain fa
nie, mental depression, etc. I be
tie so weak and nervous that I
id not sleep, I would arise tired, -
Douraged and blue. I began taking
~r. Miles' Nervine :
now everything is changed. I ita
p soundly, I feel bright, active
ambitious. I. can do more in one
now than I used to do in a week.
this great good I give Dr. Miles'
torative Nerviine the sole credit.
atee tha th eirst botl d il eneit,
ruggists sell It at $1, 6 bottles for $5, or
SALE BY ALL DRGGISTS Te
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tific Courses. Large and hand
building completed. Delightful
te. Now in the 56th year of its
nce. Total expenses for board
ntion $13~5. Write for Catalogue.
W. M%. GRIER, President. -
NVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE, de,,y
CREENVILLE, S. C. ?11 E
d. M. Riley, D. D., President. Ser
~I. C. Judson, Associate Principal. Stove
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new furniture and new pianos,
ader new management. A full .]
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ng and other expenses reason
Next session begins Wednesday,1
aber 26, 1894. Send for Catal
Address M. M. RILEY, I
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WBERRY, S. C.N,
TJ T A YAHRsmall su
S1)Pity urability and
ne. t oe iswork thoroug~hly E
quick ly, and in a scetfcman
ndmnutes does the work. N'o use
o board and battling stick; thus
t]y in the wear and tear of the Prices1
you use it the better you~ like it he Ager
'YNewberry, S. c., by J U
I. B. WH EELERH, -V"
-Local Arant. emic
ap- PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
e Marvelous Cures
Lin Blood Poison
P ' P. P. P. the buildsup
po.wthe weak and debilitated, ngives
strengh to "weakene,d nerveX, epels
O dsess,gvn he ptienthealth and
,., happiness where sickness, gloomy
elings and lassitude first prevailed.
For ary secon r and tertiary
g'hii,for blood Poioig.mr%
dP al po-son, mail. dyspeps.la. and
dg.-In all blood and skin iess like
tches imp old hronic ulcers,
er scl hea: bolis, erysipelas,
eczm -we may a, without fear of
ouuvaurifer'nthe iworl~dnd makes
positive, speedy and permanent cures
Ladies whos ssesaepoisoned
and whose bl i an ipure condl
dpt- tion. due to menstrual i% rreuaItIes,
are peculiarly benefited by the won
Sderful tonic and blood cleansing prop
4 -.. erties of P. P. p. -prickly Ash, 893
Root and potassium.
dow-,. SPR1V.GFTZM Mo.,,Aug.& 24th, 1893.
-I canspeakIn the hihet terms of
dPo- iour medicine from my own Dersonal
M.-. nowledge. 1was afected w eart
disease, pleurisy and rheu tsm for
-.85 years, was treated by t'hevery best
physicians ana spent hundreds of dol
ar, tried every known remedy with
out finding relief. . I have only taken
one bottle of Your' P. P. P., and can
cheerfully say it has done m mre
d.,- fwod than anything I have evertimken.
*a recommend Your medicine to .
suflerers of the above diseases.
dpo--MRS. X. X. YEARY.
Springfteld, Green County .
HEY & CO
PIRE OLD FASHIONED NORT
COR0 AND RYE WHI18
We rnaj%e a1 SPeCialty of pure goods for prlv$r
Li recogniy4d as standard: and we sell no= ,
ors of the Cejebrated KEY Brand of old fashlo
lrandy pac ed in cases of one dozen bottles- V
N. C "Poplar Log" Corn Whiskey, $1.
Rye ,W hiskey. $2.00, according to age.
APply Brandy, 82_.00.
Peach Branky, j2.75
ETtma ebaige for k(
We can furnish Corn Whiskey in cases of l,2
uarts. ready for use, at low prices.
Can make special prices on barrel shipment.
f old Cora Whiskey, ripened and mellowed by
AGET PAYS THE FREI(m
Why Pay Extreme PFc8s fol Coods!
IRd Ato e and Se&r What You Can Sa
$J69 * OM $37
.68.to n rd eethem.,
No ;re, .t pail on: this Or. Ar
- an. Gurnte to bes a
n al or money r
ganrt Pinsh PAItLOI' Sl1TS, consisting "
af:, A r:u: Chza:., Roci.k!.g Cha:ir, Diva;
yourd i'~ -~" $45. Will delIver
be de dpotver
't alat:-2l:s o Ar.
yu I. ~ deo for -42=6-40
-ONLY $O PIAN
Ilered t your depot. 1.20p
dfor calogue of4riue okn .25p
3, Bb riaes, Wline, OGinsP.
Tems.DneSesLap,c, and Liquorspo
Prompt, j Agteto..Itna
a Dollr Seveny.fiv
G aisLting 'Apaatus
Lar es e L huo I sets, W B
.v ' DeightiCon.uits'etc.
etill ti thatyo c.a. putu
JTf$0.0 ou~ 4nrudencer a
BES HAYe A KEncaox
oll suitht ieCl nd sete
and Old Sores
Catarrh, Malana d
and Kidney Troubles a
Are entirely removed by P.P.P.
--Prickl Ash. Poke Root and Potas
sium, the greatest blood puriner on
ABE=EEt, 0.. July 21,1891.
MEssRs LIPPXAV BEos.. Savannah,
Ga.: DEAR Sins-I bought a bottle of
ur P. P. P. at Hot Springs,Ark..and
las done me more than three
Send three bottles C. 0. D.
Aberdeen, Brown County, 0.
Capt. . D. Johnston..
To all Whom it may eoncern: I here
testify the wonde properties
01P. P. P. for eruptions or the skin. I
suffered for several years with an un
sightly and disa ble eruption on
my face. I tred every known reme
but in vain,until P. P. P. was used, -4
and am now entirely cured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Skin CAncer Ift
SQUN TEx., January 14, 1893.
Mssrs. LA; Bos. Savannah, .
G.: Gentlemen-I have trIed your P.
P. P. for a disease of the skin, usaly
known as skin career,of t er
standing and found great relef: i
purifies te blood and removes aliir
ritadon from the seat of the disease
and prevents any streading of the
sores. I have taken fiveor six bottles
and feel conlident that another course
will effect a cure. It has also relieved
me from indigestion and stomach
troubles. Yours trul
Attorney at Law.
RokonBod Diseases flled M&e
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT.
ippans oekS&my&nns&, Ga
D JOBBERS OF
1 CIROLIN1 BA1D MIDE
te use and medical purposes. Our brands ar
:Ut high grade goiod-. We are sole prprie
ied wand Made Corn Whisicey an Appi
Squole as follows. In lots to 1 gals:
5 to $.3.03, accordi.Ug, to age.
go a;d jugs.
4, 6,,8 dozen bottles to case. In pints, and
We have the largest sto>e In the country
age, and especial-iecommend it for pr I
SOUTHERN RAILWAY Co.
ndenged Schedule, in Effect Aug. 1st, '94. .d
Trains run by 75th Meridian 'rime.
~TATION.- - D iany 3
- No. 11.
Charleston-------..-----........ 7.15 am '
Newbe_rry.---- -----. --......... .0p m
Clinton ....(Ex Sun).---........2pLues .(rSn . .... .0 p U'
G renwo.... x n. -...... .... 1 p -
Hodgets............... .......2pm a
Abrevenwoo .-.------..........2.5pm l
Se n ... --. -...............40 3 p m p
--n' --.. --.................5403p m
6C.5 p m Sti
A t'ant-t........---.--.--.......110.30 pm P1:
Waihanla...--.----.-----........9.35 am S.
Seneca.-.--~--.-.............. 10.00 am riv
s- ----.-----.---..........11.45 am on
-o.d.........--.-...... l2.16pm Vil
Greenwood. ----.--........:15 pm Co
-- ySi.....---.......... 1.32 pm,.
Laurens (Ex Sunl...-.----..... 10~IOam 1s t
c:inton (Ex Sun)-..... 11.... ll0am rea
---.. -..--.-.. -.-....... 4.15 pm
reen Andherson, Belts,and Greenville.
1- STATIONS. No. 15. Bry
. mLv--..Andrson...r1207 pm or.
.... ---...-.elton.........." 14 am -
-.--......mto...-.103 am S1
..." -..~.Pezr-.... . " 103 am
: miAr....Greenville--..... 15 am S. C.
Between Columbia and Ahville. -Z2 128
r-. Daily. I ru.Gi
3. 1 No.15. I STATIONS I N.6Io1'
ml..ILv Charleson.ar..i8.45pm -.
-4 .00 a.m'.Lv Jack'ville Ar'10 .af..6 301
- Ia.m "Savnna '"5.20.t .
u5.F0a m'. .Alston... "12.:-C .lp 1215
i6.53 a-m~ " ..Santuc. .. . "11 Pm20y 12 46
7.10a 4.Unin.... p 1- 40pm 1I0
nj 7.3 p " g --ons i "0.48p 40pm --- ----
n) 8.4 p " a coe..rS:3 32
8.10 p Art-b'g'Lil0~ 11.45
n 8.15 p m.Lv Suartg 10- 11pil.30am
a.l__.p_mAreAs je Lj 7.00p 8.40am
1ad12ar solid trains between Charles.
as leave Spartanburg. A. and C. division,
ound. 4.0Ola. mn., 4.11 p. mn.,6O.22p. m., (Ves
I Limitedi; southbound, 1257 a. mn., 2.50 p.
27 a. mn., (Vestibuled Limited): west
W aN.C Diviion, 8.15 p. mn. for Hender- -
1s leave Greenville, A. and C. Division
ound, 3a.mn..3 05 p.m., and 5,30 p.m.,iVes
Limitedi; southbound. 1.52 a. mn., 4.10 p.20p
8 p. in., (Vestibuled Limited).
a leave Seneca. A. and C. Divi.sion. north. 2 7p
1.40 a. m. aud 1.35p. mn.; Southbound, 3.01 U lp,
1d 5.45 p. m 5p
PULLXAN SEECVICE. _
tan Palace Sleeping Cars on Trains 3 75p
37 and 38, on A. and C. Division.
5 15 and 16 carr Pullman Sleepers be
avnnah and Hot Sprinsts.
~REEN> J. M. CULP,
men I Mg-r. Trame Mg.
Washington. D. C.
RYDEE, Supt., Columia. S. C.
URKC, S. H. HARDWICK,
Pass. Agt., Ass't Gen-1 Pass. Agt.,
hinton, D. C. Atlanta. Ge.
CLESo agents. We sellfromn
3UU~~ sale Prices. Shlpfor' tDaHI
EUL'"examination -eo. (b) V
- sale. Ours at. u4 sa e d i
sell for 5. ours at &55 same as agents sell andWa
urs a$1 wod.,n, 25bs., same sayad1
$55~) ton a-nd
E ROADSTER $55 GoN
ed same as agents sell for 375 to 5100. 7
GAD RACER, 25 lbss.R
fOOD-RIMS, ~~UU, P
ses.perfectsteering pfectajustment. 12
I same as agents sel for $125 and 8135.I
rrant with every machine Everytm 2
cycle throug an agentyou pay 0toS
our wholesae price fr same qualit.3
out as much to sell bicyclesthog
lealers asa It does to make them. 5
Id economy suggest the better way and 7____
buy from us direct at wholesale prices,
Illustrated Catalogne fre 6P
Acme Cycle Company,
FJI.IART, D. 4
IO0ISE & IBLEB, 2
cians and Surgeons. I 2
-Main Street; Room 14, over T.-. 'E
Goggans' stor. x. B,
Cash or Installments
New Machines Traded 141".
A Well EguiNped Bicycle 0w
GONZALES & WITHERft$
.Columbia, S C.
W- L Doucu
SEND FOR CkTALbE
You can ave A I
Because,we are the largestninufactprers...
advertised shoes in the world, and
the value by stam n the name -pice
the. bottom which rotects you against
pnces and the mid 'e1an'sprofits;. Oura
equal custom work in style, tomy Sttng
wearng ualites. We have them sold
ere at erprices for the value give
any other make. Take no subafitube. If yr
dealer cnnt supply you, we can. S
CHAS. TIRS1 IV1T11&&".r
cm vs . . Usnoanmy
n d cb.twbl- 21
FMCgshe rjer. pPnse1 -
To Savannah, Jacksonville, St. g
Ocala. Tampa, Orlando and ;0
EFFECTIV' February .189
SOUTBOUND. TEUN TLIN
Lv Newberry.... '23pm
-Alson.-....... $30pm -
"Columbia.....1240 a m Wa - -
irDenmark... 204pm 6.5 a 1=
Fairfax...... 244am 745am
"Hamptoli.~~, ~~'" g5 -
"Yemassee... .. 1050am -
"PBaort....... ..... - s
"Port Royal- --- ' L1 45 a W
Savannab..- 4 t 3 a 0a m' ;
kr Bru'swic..11 too a M .g
vJacksonte.. 92(nm 55pm
St. Angustive It,;& m y
"Fernandina. t 9 15a n -
810 10 a m 4 10 P- j
,v Jackhonville 9 30 a m 215p m
LrWaldo.... 114am 12 p m 12
'ilver Spring 130 pn m 00p p
v 4 154p-m 'p
-Oc-l-.--- 208p m lpm
r Wiidwood... 22 p mt7 09p p 3
'Winter Park 550pm m
r Lacoochee ... 356 p mt11 pm
Jacksonville 9 30 a m #3 pin~
r Taliahassee.. 80 pm rn14g a)
RiverJunct'n 5 15pym
a e orth oL(.nnhfai
Wo. 37Sleepers Jacksonvie and
Mlose connection at Savannah witb
lamiship's Elegant Steamers forN
Liladelpili- and Boston. .AJso wt
~onnections'at Tampa for
Petersburg, Braldeto and-al
onniections at Jacksonville for aRl
East Coast Line, and with the Jak
ie,Tnm -and Key West Efail.
Jh' erksteamers. Also for
us, only line with through Sleepe - -
onnection at River Junction o
whbee River Steamers. - -
he Florida Central & Peninsular a~
he Great Trunk LAne of Florida-A(
thes all principal points In the is .~
mnd for best indexed map of I1,at&
A O. MaoI.ONEl-,
General Passenger A nt, Jacsnrj
.PE INTN -.FLIC.MING.
I'ramei Manager..Dvso as:A
cket Offee at Savannah, Co. Balad
an Sts. Ticket Offie at -JacksoniiMe
tiny an d Hogan Sts.
ABOARD AIR INE-ShordHln
Norfolk and Old Point, Va., and Co1mbIs
N~ew line to Charleston, S' C. Et uly
Ly. Daily, except Atlantaf Daily. lr&
mn 505pm1v Atanta srI 730am 44~
uns 8 l3pm v Athensar 61j61m 5ESm
Lan 911pm ar Elberton'lv 522am 4~'t?
sn 10 00pm ar Abbevillelv 4 27am 30m
un 1 25pmaGreenw'd iv 4 02am 24p..
.n 112pm ar Clinton y 37am I ~
Il23am!ar Cetrarf 2 tazng14an
m~ 10amar onroe I v150 m-m 015am
9 00amar Weldonv 17 f
i4e aRichoti2 apI -
8 40pm ar Wash'ton lv 107aJ
7 49pmlar Philadel 172p Irollmrl 72m
10 35pmi ar NewYorklv 1215e
I 500lar Charlotte11000pm__
nL v Clinton art
ni aNewberry17j 124u
ni aColumi lyi 1
of a SurmuterIvj9
IaDarlingt'nlvj - O
9 25am 'lvWeldon(a) ar~ l
11 45amlv Norfolk lvf 3O
f6 5pmuarNorf'Ik bari 8
700amrar Balto 1v7 6 3pm
10Ol7amar hladel f1pm4 41
1 20pm:ar NeWYork7vf21
.8 0 NewYorkly SO O m
I 60P!votAhwa 00am J
v ex Sunday. ewok h1
aa e. In) VIa Ne Yrk P
anl NorfolkRailroad. (w) ViaNorfolk
wshington Steamboat Co. Trains Nos. a
run solid with Pullman buffet sepn
tween Atlanta and Washi ngJne
n Buffet parlor cars betweenWshn
New York:' Parlor car Weldon 4-,.
onth: Sleeping car Hamlet- andWi. -
3. Trains Nos. 34 and 41 carrythog. v
between Atlanta and Charleston,
0. V. SMITH. Traffie M.ama
JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'1 fas
GLOVEB, Div. Paca Agent. Alna
L1NTIC COAST LLNE.
Wilmington,N. C., Aug. 29rh I89
i Charleston and Columbia anaUpr ,
ith Carolina and North Carolina
and A thens and Atlanta.
15 Lv....Charleston..A. ~40
48 ".TA nes-......... " 706 ,
00O " ...8mter.....-. 4
20 Ar....Columba....Lv. 425
9"...,Prosperity..... -'312 -
2".....Greenwood.... " u s
2" ......Abb6vile.... "1245
-I " ... ....Anta........ " 815
3 " ...Winnsboro..... " 1150
ti" .....Charlotte....... " 90
1.5 " ......Greenville... " O
20 ".....Ashevlle... " 84 40
and 53 Solid trains between
[ESON, Trafi Manager;
ENLY. Gen'! Manager.