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TIE SIIVER QUESTION.
An Intemperate Populist Makes
- a Sulphuric Speech.
DENVER, Col., July ll.-The
Colorado silver convention to-day
was both big and sensational
Coliseum hall, the largest in the
city contained 2.00 people when
the convention was called to order
by President Merick. Most of the
day was spent in special speech
making The committee on resolu
tions did not complete its workand
adjournment was taken until' to
morrow morning. The sensational
feature of the day was the speech
of the populist governor, Waite
Among other things he said :'
"If the money power shall at
tempt to sustain its usurpation by
- the^'strong hand," we will meet
that issue when it is forced upon us
for it is better infinitely that blood
should flow ,to the horses' bridles
rather than our national credit
should-bextestroyed."
"If it is_ true that the United
States is unable to carry out its
governmental policy .without the
dictation or consent of ' English
powers; if we are a province of
[y-lEuropean monarchies, then we
^;?,;/r/??d another revolution, another
appeal to arms. If war ?is forced
upon us we will send to Halifax
g for a greater army of "British"
Tories" according to our popula
tion than our forefathers sent
there after the Revolutionary war."
In conclusion he said :
"The war dance has begun ;it. is
the same war which must always [
be waged against oppression and
% tyranny to preserve the" liberties I
of men."
It Costs You Nothing.
\ We are pleased to announce that
we have made arrangements, by
^ which we are prepared., to supply
free to each of our subscribers a
year's subscription to that well,
known monthly home and fa::m
Journal, the American Farmer
published at 'Springfield and
Cleveland, Ohio. We make this
offer to each of our subscribers
who will pay up all arrearges on
subscription and one year in ad
- vance, and to all new subscribers
paying one year in advance. The
American Farmer is strictly Na
tional in its character. It is a
high-class illustrated journal filled
with entertaining and instructive
reading matter, containing each
month much information that
invaluable to agriculturists and
of special interest to each member
of every home. It is suited to all
localities, being National in its.
make and character, thus meeting
with favor in all localities. ^ It is
strictly., non-political and Vno:n:
sectarian. It has a trained corps
of. contributors and is carefully
edited. The various department?
of Farra, Horticulture, Sheep and
Swine, The Home, The Horse and
the Dairy, are filled with bright
and useful matter. The readers!
of the American Farmer are uni
versal in its praise and look'for its j
. monthly visits with keen anticipa- J
tion. The regular subscription
price to the American Farmer is
$1.00 a year, but by this arrange
ment it cos t s you nothing to receive
that great publication for one j
year. Do not delay in taking ad
vantage of this offer, but. call at
once or send in your subscription, j
Sample copy of the American j
Farmer can be seen at the ADVER- |
TISER office, or will he supplied j
direct by the publishers.
Boys, Remember This.
Every boy wishes to succeed, |
but few men are able, to look back J
upon arBuccessfui life. Why some
boys are promoted more rapidly!
than some others is suggested by J
this story, the writer of which is j
* unknown iovus.
. "A new boy came into our office I
tb-day,"/Baid a wholesale grocery
merchant to his wife at - supper |
t&bte. ^He was hired by the firm
at the request of the senior mem
ber, who thought the boy gave|
promise of goo,d things. But I feel
sure that boy will be out of the]
office in less than a week."
"What makes you think so?"
"Because the first thing he?wan
\ ted to know was just exactly how
much he was expectep to do."
"Perhaps^ou will ?hange your
mind about him." "Perhaps I
shall," replied the merchant "but
I don't think so,"
Three days later the the business j
s man said to his wife ; About that
boy you remember I mentioned
three or four days ago. Well, he
is the best boy that ever entered j
the store."
"How did you find that out?"
"Ic the easiest way in the world.
The first morning after the boy
began .work he performed very
faithfully and systematically the
exact duties assigned, which he
bad been so careful to have ex
plained to him. When he had I
finished,-he came to me and said]
Mr. H., I have finished ?ll* that ?
work. Now what can I do?"
"I was greatly surprised, but I
gave him a lit?e job of work, and
forgot all about him, until he
came into my room with the
question "What next?' That set
tled it for' me. He was the first |
boy that over entered our office
who was willing and volunteered
to do more than Was assigned him.
I predict a /successful.career for
j that boyas a business mari.
j Success in raisingpigs.nrofitably
?depends upon feeding liberally
duriwg first three months. If they
are started .well, it is eaBy to keep
them growing/- In Summer their
quarters should be roomy, dry,
..well ven ti ta ted and kept clean.
In, every country consumption
kills more victims than any other
one disease.
I READ . OUR
j TESTIMONIALS
i Double Cl
More suicides take, place on!
Tuesday and Tursday than on any]
other week days.
AYER S PILLS
cure
Constipation,
dyspepsia, jaundice,
sick headache. 1
THE
remedy for
- all disorders of
the stomach, liver,
i and bowels.
Every Dose Effective
fifi. HATHAWAY & GO.,
^SPECIALISTS^.
CKeiruliajr Gradu?te?.)
Are the iesdtng and moat ncussrol specialists and
tu gire yon help.
Young and mid
dle aged men.
Bfemsrkabl? re>
?ulU have follow
ed GUT treatment.
Many ye or? of
varied and success
ful experience.
In the nae of cura
tive methods that
we alone own and
control for all dis
orders of asen who
organ s< Cf -
are suffering
errors oz
i and excess
o are nervous
Impotent,
scorn of their
eUows and the
contempt of their
friends and coa
panions, leads u
to guarantee to all patient?. If they can possibly
be restored, oar own exclusive treatment
prill afford a eure.
WOMEAI Don't yon want to get cured of thal
weakness with s treatment that yon ean nae at
home without Instrument ? Our wonderful treat
ment has cored others. Whynot you? Try lt
CATARRH, and diseases of the Skin, Blood,
Heart, Liver and Sidneys.
a ic raXUat-The mott rapid, safe and effective '
remedy. A complete Car?Ga?nute?<.
SKTJr DISEASES of all kinds cared where
many others hare failed.
. TTVSTATTRAL, DISCHARGES promptly
eared In ?few days. Quick, sure and safe. Thu
Includes Gleet and Oonorhess, .
TRUTH AND PACTS.
We have cured cases of Chronic Diseases Ut
?ve failed to get cured at the hands ot other opec la.
sta and medical Institutes.
?sa TTTMTrif HT ir that there ls hope
for You. Consult no other, aa you may waste valuable
time. Obtain our treatment st once.
Beware of free and rt-esp treatments. We give
tho best and most acientMc treatment at moderate
price?-as Iowa? can be. done for safe and sk mw
treatment. FREE consultation at theofflceo
by msfl. Thorough examination and careful dug
noola. A borne treatment can be given In amalorlty
?fesses. Send for Bym pto ra Blank Ko. If or Men;
So. 2 for Woman ; Ko. S for fe c 1 n Diseases. < All corr?
spohdenco answered promptly. Business strictly con
fl dent lal. Entire treatment sent free from observa
Uon. Beier to our relents, banks and business mea
I Addresser erdl on? " " A'
DR. HATHAWAY & COI;
Sa i-2 South Broad Street, ATLANTA. QA
?ad?es Bats at Cobb's.
LadieB have, you: seen Jas. M.
Cobb's beautiful assortment of
! Ladies and Misses Trimmed Hats.
Don't fail to see his millinery
goods. You can sav? money and
get the latest styles.
Win completely destroy the desire for '.
lesa; canso no sickness, and may be givi
edge of the patient, who wUl volunturil
DRUNKENNESS anil MOEPEINE i
the patient, tty the tue of oar SPECIAL
During treatment pa tien ts are allowed
phlne until such tune aa they shall voil
We send particulars and pamphlet c
be glad to placo sufferers frr-ai any of t
tlou with persons wbolihve been cured 1
? HILL'S TAS LETS aro for sa
druggists at % I.QO per package.
if your druggist dor? not twp them
and we wlU send you, by return moil,
Tablets.
Write your name and address plaii
whether Tablets are for Tobacco, Mc
liquor Ha Lit. ? '
% a DO NOT BE DECEIVED Into pare
. any of the various nostrums. that aro b
offered for sale. ? Ask- ;for IBCCLtX*9
TABLETS an cttak e no other.
Manufactured only by
OHIO CHEMICAL CO.,
6!, S3 A 66 Opera Block,
LIMA, OHIO.
PARTICULARS
fREE.
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(In writing please
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For Inventions Procured by the
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g With .the view of protecting inventors from worthless or careless
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patents, * ?HE P^BESS CLAIMS COMPANY has retained counsel
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unless the invention is of a complicated nature. If others are infring
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matter.
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P. 0. Box 463. JOHN WEDDERBURN, Man'g Att'y.
Cut this out and send it with your inquiry.
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ITlie Je-weller,
Corner "Broad and McIntosh Streets.
Augusta,
55.*
GEO. R. LOMBARD & COMP'Y
MACHINE, BOILES aid BIN WORKS KILL, ENGINE lld GIN SUPPLY HOUSE,;!
AUGUSTA, - - - - GA
Is the place to get Machinery and Supplies aud Repairs at Bottom
Prices. .? ~ .
50 New Gins and 62 New Engines in stock.
If you want a First-class COTTON GIN at Bottom Prices write
for a New Catalogue and Reduced Prices of IMPROVED AUGUSTA
COTTON GIN. See' the extra fine recommendations of last years'
work., - ly fi a . ?
BtTMCRJi'RED 172 GUARANTEE A CURE
nCmtlTlDtn and lnvlfe the most
caref uliiivestigation as to oar responsibil
ity and the merits of oar Tablets.
TOBACCO in from StoB days. Perfectly burnt .
?n in ti cap of tea or coffee without tue k now l
y stop smoking or chu wing in a few days.
Tl ruin can be cared at home, and with
1?. XJI J. out any effort on the part of
, FORMULA GOLD CURE TABLETS,
the free use of Liquor or Mor
intarlly give them np.
if testimonials free,and shall
hese hab?tala communie?
3 y the use of oar TABLETS.
le by ail PIP.ST-CLASS
? enclose ns S 1.00
a package or our
ily, and state
urphine or
A FEW
Testimonials
from persona
who have been
cured by the use of
Hill s Tablets.
THE OHIO CU E VIC A L GO.:
DEAS sin:-I have been using your
cure for tobacco habit, and found lt would
do what you claim for lt. I used ten cents
worth of tho strongest chewing tobacco a day,
and lrom one to five cigars ; or I would smoke
from ten to forty pipes of tobacco. Have chewed
and smoked for twenty-five years, and two package!
of your Tablets cared me so I have no desire for lt.
B. M. JAYLOUD, Leslie, Mich.
DOBBS FBBBT, K. T.
TEE OHIO CHEMICAL GO. :-GENTLEMEN:-Some time ago I seat
for 91.00 worth of your Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I received
... them all right and, although lwaa both a heavy smoker and chewer?.,
??k. xHffly jr they did the work in lesa than three dava. I am cured.
^nV^^r Truly yours, MATHEW JOHNSON. P. O. Box ?3..
k [email protected] J PrrrsBtrBQH, Pa..
MmW S THE OHIO CHEMICAL Co.:-GENTLEMEN It gives me pleasure to speak a
"^^^ word of praise for your Tablets. My son wns Htrongly addicted to the tue of
liquor, and through a friend, I was lcd to try your Tablets. He was a heavy and
constant drinker, but after using yonr Tablets bat three days he qc it drinking,
and will not touch liquor of any kind. I have waited four month before wrlticj !
you, in order to know the cure was permanent. Tours truly,
~ MKS. HELEN MOttBlSOK.
CIKCDTBATI. OEIO.
DHIo CHEMICAL CO :-GENTLEMEN :-Your Tablets hare performedamlraele fa ray ?aaa
used morphine, hypodcrcnically, for seven years, and have been cared by theu*eat
ages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. W. I*. LOT?(LiY.
Address all Orders to
0 THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO
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1893.
Harper's Weekly.
ILLUSTRATED.
HARPER'S WEEKLY is acknowledged
as standing first among illustrated
weekly periodicals in America. It oc
cupies a place between that of the
hurried daily paper and that of the
less timely monthly magazine. It in
cludes both literature and news, and
presents with equal force and felicity
the real events of current history and
the imaginative themes of fiction. On
account of its very complete series of
illustrations of the World's Fair, it
wi H be not only the best guide to the
great Exposition, but also its best
souvenir. Every public event of gen
eral interest will be fully illustrated
in its pages. Its contributions being
from the best writers and artists in
this country, it will continue to excel
in literature, news, and illustrations,
all other publications of its classy
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IH93.
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HAMPER'S MAGAZINE for 1893, will
continue to maintain the unrivalled
standard of excellence whictthas char
acterized it from" the beginning.
Among the notable features of the
year there will be new novels by A.
Conan Doyle, Constance Fenimore
Woolson, and William Black. Short
stories will be contributed by the most
?opular writers of the day, including
Cary E.. Wilkins, Bichard Harding
Davis, Margaret Deland, Brander
Matthews, and many others. The illus
trated descriptive papers will embrace
articles by Julian Kalph on new South
ern and Western sublets; by Theo
dore Child on India; by Poultney
Bigelow on Bussia and Germany; by
Bichard Harding Davis on a London
Season; by Col. T. A. Dodge on East
ern Biders; etc. Edwin A. Abner's
illustrations of Shakespeare's Come
dies will be continued. Literary arti
cles will be contributed by Charles
Elliot Norton, Mrs James T. Fields,
William Dean Howells, Brander
Matthews, and others.
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1893.
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Christine Terhunr Herrick will fur
nish a practical series, entitled "At
the Toilet." Grace King.- Olive Thorne
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-frequent contributors, The Work of
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"Women and Men," will please a culti
vated, audience.
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