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-' I THE BAHBEBG HEBALD" . ESTABLISHED IN APRIL, 1891 | i. W. KXIGHT\ Editor. RATES?$1.00 per year; 50 cents for six months. Payable in advance. Advertisements?$1.00 per inch for | first insertion; 50c. for each subsequent insertion. Liberal contracts made foi three, six, or twelve months. Want No itices one cent a word each insertion. .Local Notices Sc. per line first week, 5c. afterwards. Tributes of Respect, etc., must be paid for as regular advertising. Communications?News letters or on subjects of general interest will be gladhwelcomed. Those of a personal nature will not be published unless paid for. Thursday, Feb. 11, 1904. Here's luck to the little Japs! Between Hearst and Roosevelt we have no choice; wake us up when its all over. Other towns in this State are confiscating the cigar slot machines; the crusade HI ? ^ may strike Bamberg; next. ' Really, a commission should inquire ? into the sanity of Williams Jennings ||ply Bryan. His recent utterances sound ^much like those of a fanatic. Why,'of course its all right for the mayor of Charleston to dine with Presi- ' cgV <lent Roosevelt, provided a negro collec: jHrav" tor of the port can be ousted thereby. < At present only six States in the Union Jgfv have annual sessions of the legislatures. Most of them have biennial sessions and few quadrennial. This would appear . to be a strong argument in favor of the J ~ P^n. the general assembly is ^ about it, though it might as well make < t: ?|gr- the terms of all offices four years. j There is a certain newspaper, fed and fT" ||^;'watered from dispensary sources; which 1 fe j|||f.iBa*wavs loudmouthed in upholding the ! ^ |j ^institution, and declaring it to be so pure , fc^^Ji/and free from corruption. This sheet is s especially vociferous, when corruption in t . high dispensary circles is hinted at, in 1 asking that such charges be proven or || hushed-up. We notice however, that it bit-had nothing to say about the recent ( || disgraceful legislative scenes, when the j IBniT elections took place?free ( ||^ gjgjluskey, free operas, etc. 1 nomiVinn? r?r?otice of "lobbvin?" i I__ jrpc* w __ - v w gWUB unheard of in South Carolina legis- < circles, until a few years ago, since ( (.;the dispensary was established. The j ' daily newspapers inform ns that now it ] .las common sight to see lobbyists on the y floor of the Senate or House. When such * & state of affairs as this exists, in such an 1 Vopen and bold manner it is little wonder ] f-that the people have, to a great extent, " lost confidence in their representatives. >3Rie members of the general assembly |owe it to their own self-respect, to clear j -' Masonic Hall, Jenny's S. C. February | 6. At a regular communf^tion of Buford ?&odge No. 27 A. F.M., the following preamble and resolution was adopted: Weereas it has been the will of the , ||\ ; great architect of the universe to again J H ^ > enter our ranks and take from among us II our much loved and respected Brother, E. |K yrances Kinard, who for many years has P 1> v >een a true and faithful officer and a useIII';, in fill member of this Lodge, who has left /behind.him a record worthy of immitation as a man, Mason and a Christian, li vOur esteemed brother has gone like the g| autumn leaves to enrich our mother earth. Thereby demonstrating the uncertainty ^ || of life and the certainty of death. , : Brother Kinard died not in the spring l jp.'of life, but after the frost of three ? Pl^^core years and six had fallen on his * head. He was a true and faithful mason A ?;K;;Mway8 practising the principal tenets of ( HI * our order; friendship, morality and ( pp. / brotherly love. Therefore be it. ? Resolved, 1st. That in the death of our t |?' / Brother the community has lost one of its Kbest citizens, society and the church shibboleth, and Buford Lodge one of its ? BbI:*?.: 2nd. That we, as masons, will strive to j Imitate the example left us in the life ddeath of Brother Kinard, temperance, rtitude, prudence and justice. ? 5rd. That a page in our minute book 1 inscribed to his memory and that this ? gamble and resolution be spread upon * j same and the lodge hall be draped in naming for thirty days, tth. That in the death of our Brother * ( deeply sympathize with his family ? i many sorrowing friends, fth. That the above preamble and t idution be sent to the Barnwell People, 1 mberg Herald and Baptist Courier for J blication, and that the Secretary be in- j acted to send a copy of the same to t i family of the deceased. 1 I BETTER THAN GOLD. J g \ "I was troubled for years with chronic i x.-, indigestion and nervous debility," writes < *$?. F.J. Green, Lancaster, N. H. "No reme- j dy helped me until I began using Electric | Bitters, which did more good than all the' ] medicines I ever used. They have kept < W4 my wife in excellent health for years. She; , ; says Electric Bitters are splendid for fe-' J 'v- male.troubles; that they are a grand tonic i ^ for weak, run down women. 2*o medicine ; 'can take its place in our family." Try them i Only 50c. Satisfaction guaranteed by Dr. j i Black, Bamberg; H. C. Rice, Denmark.; i A - * ' / Death of Mrs. JFicklfn^. Blackville, S. C., Feb. 3,1904. , Dear Herald: Will you chronicle the death of Mrs. Emma Fickliug. She was the wife of J. D. Fickling of Lees, S. C. She was formerly Miss Emma Parler, and was born and reared in Orangeburg county. She died January, 12, 1904, in j the prime of life and leaves a multitude of friends and relatives who mourn her loss. And since she went one of her three children has followed her. J. R. Chiles. Pastor BaDtist Church. ' New Advertisements. W. G. Hoffman .Nabisco Wafers. Patrick Photo Supply Co.?"Eastman" Kodaks. E. L. Price?Strayed or Stolen. Wm. C. Geraty?Cabbage Plants. D. H. Rice, et al.?Bids Wanted. ' ^ Legal Blanks. We have in stock and for sale the fol- J lowing legal blanks: J Title to Real Estate. Bond. Mortgage of Real Estate. Bond for Title. Note and Mortgage. Lien on Crop and Mortgage. Bill of Sale. Land Rent Lien. Planters Contracts. Bench Warrant. Subpoena Ticket (for magistrates and circuit court.) Subpoena Writ. Commitment. Arrest Warrant for Witnesses. Summons for Relief. Copy Summons for Relief. Notice of Pendency of Action. Mail orders solicited, which ^will be promptly filled. Shaw's Pure Malt has a marvelous dietetic value. While refreshing and pleasant to take, it helps assimilation of Food. On sale at all dispensaries. "I suppose," said the condoling neighbor, "that you will erect a handsome nonument to your husband's memory?" lTo his memorv?" echoed the tearful ividow. "Why, John hadn't any. I was sorting over some of the clothes he left ;o-day, and found the pockets full of let,ers I had given him to mail." PERFECT CONFIDENCE. Where there used to be a feeling of uneasiness and worry in the household vhen a child showed symptoms of croup' s now easiness and confidence. This is >wing to the uniform success or Chamberain's cough remedy in the treatment of ;hat disease. Mrs. M. I. Basford, Poolesrille, Md., speaking of her experience svith that remedy says: "I have a world of confidence in Chamberlain's (Tough remeiv for I've used it with success. My child 3-arland is subject to att acks. of croup and 1 it always gives him relief." Sold by Bam- 1 ">pror PhArmflov - H C. Rice. Denmark. 1 Shaw's Pure Malt.?Its value in sickaess has been tried and proved. In the home it is not safe to be without it. Absolutely pure. On sale at all dispensaries. MYSTERIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE. One was pale and sallow and the other fresh and rosy. "Whence the difference? She who is blushing with health uses Dr. King's new life pills to maintain it. By arousing the lazy organs they compel ?ood digestion and head off constipation. Try them. Only 25c at Dr. J. B. Black's, Bamberg; H. C. Rice's, Denmark. The Utility Of Talk. "We were traveling in the mountains last summer, and we came to a wide stream hf water, and we could not see how we tvere going to get our wagon across it," said the narrator. "Well, what did you do?" asked one of ;he audience. "Why, we just sat down and talked it aver."?Yonkers Statesman. A CURE FOR ECZEMA. Vly baby had eczema so bad that its head vasa mass of scabs, and its hair came out. [ tried many remedies but did no permalent good until I used DeWitt's witch lazel salve. The eczema is cured, scabs are jone and the little one's scalp is clean and lealthy, and its hair is growing again. I :annot give too much praise to DeWitt's vitch hazel salve?Frank Farmer, Blulf Jity, Ky. In buying witch hazel salve look >ut for counterfeits. DeWittis the original ind the one containing pure witch hazel. The name E. C. De Witt & Co., is on every >ox. Sold by Dr. H. F. Hoover, Bamberg. Strength for the weak; comfort for the frong: pleasant and harmless invigoraion for both. Rich and mellow, pure old Kentucky whiskey. On sale at all dis>ensaries. The U. S. Senate has passed a bill prodding for the appropriate marking of the graves of Confederate soldiers who died n northern prisons during the civil war tnd appropriating ?200,000 for this pur>ose. ! ARE YOU RESTLESS AT NIGHT ind harassed by a cough ? Use Ballard's lorehound syrup, it will secure you sleep md effect a prompt cure. 25c, 50c, ?1.00. Sold by Dr. H. F. Hoover, Bamberg, S. C. Events of almost daily occurrence show he sympathy of Great Britain and the United States with Japan. It was reported hat Russia warships were lying in wait :or the two cruisers purchased at Genoa cy Japan. English sailors manned the r Japanese cruisers and they were followed e cy British men of war. Russians vessels ivere met with, but the they offered no 1 resistance to the Japanese. Passing 1 ;hrough the Suez and British vessels were placed between the Japanese and the 1 Russians. In Corea the United States ] svill ask Japan to take care of American ( subjects and property. - , HAVE YOU INDIGESTION? 1 [f you have indigestion, Kodol dyspepsia cure will cure you. It has cured thous- * ands. It is curing people every day?every s hour. You owe it to yourself to give it a 1 trial. You will continue to suffer until 1 you try it. There is no combination of j ligestants that digest and rebuild at the ^ same time. Kodol does both. Kodol eures, , strengthens and rebuilds. Dr. Hoover. J - - > A ffoble Sacrifice Hotsj a C heroKjse Warrior Ga*de \Sp Life to SaxJe His 'Promised 'Bride. Knitted TTtcfo Mountain Lions Wit^ a TocKptKriifa. but Was Himself ~J~lat'n by the cixJage 'Beasts. The awful experience of Miss Teec, Pyle, a Cherokee girl of Cookson, I. T while on the way to Fort Gibson t wed Blackie Cookson, a brave youn warrior who sacrificed .ns life that hi intended bride might lite, has cast gloom over the entire community. Blackie Cookson was a g.:. int Chen kee boy who had follower 'he star and stripes in the Cuban camy !gn an later in China and the PhUippn *. H BLACE IE PLIED THE WHIP. fought at Gtantanamo and was amoa; he foremost in the charge up San Jua] llll. In order to have the ceremony o naking them man and wife performer hey were obliged to go to Fort Gibsor vhieh is thh*ty-five miles distant Th oad from Cookson to that place is ver; onely, and for a stretch of fifteen mile >ver the mountains. Blackie drove his pony team gayl; for several miles, but when they go nto the mountains he noticed that tw mountain lions were in pursuit. H irged his ponies forward, hopirg t rotstrip the beasts. *- * *- - i J in me uurry uuu cawiiciucui. wj. w norning Blackie Cookson had forgotten lis pistol and had no weapon of an; rind, with the exception of a sinal locketknife. Safety could only be se mred by outrunning the beasts, an< hat was a forlorn hope, as the genuin< nountain lion is noted for his speei md endurance. However, it affordef he only chance of escape, and BlackJ< lrged the ponies, who, however, re luired little urging, being wild frou error, up the steep incline of the moun ain. Behind them occasional howls gradually growing nearer and nearer ould be heard, and when they reachet he crest of the mountain and looket >ack they could see savage beast carcely 200 yards behind and gaining lpon them with fearful rapidity. Realizing that escape for both ws.i itterly impossible, the young Italian de ermined to sacrifice his life in order t< \mcorro thit nf his intended bride ind, gradually slowing down the tean vhen the level top of the mountaii vas gained, he turned to her who, hal: lead from terror, sat motionless am vith white unspeaking lips by his side Jarang sadly and tenderly into her pal id face, he bent down and kissed hei n silence; then as the descent on th< arther side of the mountain was near y reached he gently put the guidir.j ines into her nerveless hands; then Ising to his feet, he drew and openw lis pocketknife. Again turning hi' iyes backward, he saw that his pur ;uers were less than ten .yards behirit :he buggy. For one brief moment Teecy remeia )ers hearing the short, sharp snappini >f fangs, the ferocious, angry growls o: he fierce animals and high above al he fierce war whoop of her lover. Thei i merciful unconsciousness stole ove: ler, and she fainted. The ponies, re eased from a guiding hand, took thi oad down the mountain at breaknecl ;peed while she lay motionless. Fortu lately the way, though steep, is no x)ugh, and the buggy did not upset rhe team continued on its mad fligb mtil it reached the dwelling of D$ dilroy, a distance of seven miles. Th< ioctor succeeded in stopping the tean md rescuing poor Teecy, who was in i litiable condition. A rescue party was organized as sooi is she was able to falter out her fear some story. A grewsome sight greete< :hem upon reaching the scene of tin tragedy. Elackie's body, mangled al nost beyond recognition, was stil K'arm, but life was quite extinct Botl ions were lying near him quite dead. \ ,V-V ' V \ DRUGS Kl THAN if ma v The leading doctors say: "There are disease; If every one would keep his systen i* lant and leave drugs alone the death rate Statistics show that these doctors are prescribe Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Eronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Coughs, dys nervous prostration, female troubles, slee cause; all these diseases are caused by^rui DUFFY'S PURE I builds new tissue; it enriches and stimula the heart, invigorates the brain and strec disease. It kills the germs. 'Mr. and Mrs. Adam Livingood of Blve yer.rs, ^ay Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has j beyond their silver wedding. Mr. Livingc V | They are both bale and hearty and feel vig ! Mrs. Matilda Watts, who is 63 years ' cured h~r of grip and has kept her stronj 0 "I suffered terribly with the grip and g of weathtr always found me in bed, and g living. Picking up a newspaper one day, from the of Duffy's Malt Whiskey anc a were almost instantaneous. The terrible las disappeared. 1 was completely cured and at the age of CJ, I feel as though I was onl >* Mrs. Mat s | New York's lending doctor said; "Duff: j s digested." 11 If you wish to keep young, strong and f* I ctIaut of norfoot 'hpal5v! take DUFFY'S PUR j " v- ~ ?, i spoonful in half a glass of water or mill 1 ! medicine. It is dangerous to fill your syste I and depress the heart. "Duffy's" is an abs from fusel oil and other Langerous ingredi CURES WITH Quinine depresses the heart, while DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY toneg and strengthens the heart ac;:-m, ini rigorates the brain, purifies the ?ntire | system and keeps It in a normally healthy j sondI*i~a. It kills all disease germ- and I microti". ') Cauti' *3?When yon ask for Duffy's i Pnre Whiskey be ?nre yon get i I 1 the ger.ui-e. Unscrupulous dealer.". | j mindful of the excellence of this ! I preparation, -will try to sell chenp , : imitations, and so-called Malt < Whiskey substitutes, which arc put on the market for profit only, and i which far from relieving the sick, , are positively harmful. Demand ; "Duffy's" and be sore yon get it. It is the only r.T>?olntely pure malt whiskey which <""ttains medicinal, healthgiving Qualities. Look for the trade-mark, "The Old Chemist," v on the label. Duffy's Pure Malt hiskey has cured scribed by over 7,000 dottors and used e:-; The genuine is I SOLD AT ALL D or direct at SI.00 a bot'le. rt Is tho only as a medicine. Valuable n-Ucal booklet Roche?t?>T* v 0 ? ' = [ | A First=Class ^ B It is our constant purpose to P I We nc doubt fall far short of 1 ! idea to try us for I Drugs and Toilet 1 Medicines, Perfu g Of course we can't enumerat " member our stock is complete 2 to please vou. : Dr. H. F. Ho : \ : D. J. DIM1 5 has just received a nice assortment of : OPEN AND TOP BOOGIES f , of best grade, style and finish, Tcliirh he offers to the Dublic at low prices. It will pay you to look at his stock before buying, r He is also agent for ] 1 Deering Harvesting Machinery = t the best on earth. Also operates j a first-class ! Repair Shop and builds vehicles of any kind 9 to order on short notice. Black' smithing and Horseshoeing. J Buggy Painting a Specialty. i Yours to satisfy 1D. J. DELE,' < ENGINES. BOILERS i t """^GfNSam? PRESSES. " I Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and e Fertilizer Mill Outfits: also Gin Press a Cane, Mill and Shingle Outfits. Build 3 ing, Bridge, Factory, Furnace and Rail I road Castings; Railroad, Mill, Factory and Machinists' Supplies. Belting, Pack ing, Injectors, Pipe Fittings, Saws, Files Oilers, Etc, cast every day. Work 150 5 hands. ;y?KinsDMyco . AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. Foundry, Machine, Boiler and Gin Works. Reoairing Promptly Done. 8 '} x1 ' > . . . v-. ; . LL MORE DISEASE more deaths caused by drugs than ; a fortified with an invigorating stimu- ! would be lowered." right and this is why all leading doctors j exclusively for Consumption, Grip, 8 pepsia, malaria and all low fevers, fl imoirtioea /mm whatever ! I pieSSLLCdS auu nvaauvou *??? ? , tdown conditions of the system. i WALT WHISKEY! tes the blood, aids digestion, tones up J _ igthens the system so it throws off j !rson, Pa., who have been married 65 . prolonged their happy union many years >od is 91 years old and his wife is S4. orous as a couple 50 years of age. of age, says Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ; and well. and tried every known remedy.-. Changes j I often felt as if life was not worth the I read of the great benefit derived 1 sent for a bottle. The beneficial effects isitude with which I had suffered so long have felt no bad after effects, and to-day, y 30. Ilda Watts, 254 W. 40th St.. N. Y. C." p's Pure Malt Whiskey is food already f - ' vigorous and have on your cheek the E MALT WHISKEY, regularly, a tableIt three times a day and take no other m with drugs; they poison the system solutely pure stimulant and tonic, free ents so common in malt whiskeys. OUTDRUGS millions ir? the last 50 years. It is preclusively ly 2,000 prominent hospitals. iSF^NSARIES, " ' '.-key recognized by the Government sent free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Company, Buff Cochins Eggs $1.00 per gL J. H. ARMSTRONG, | Bamberg, S. C. \ * ! I I ; Drug Store | keep such an establishment. g ^ perfection, but its a good H Articles, Patent j mery, Etc., Etc. I ;e the stock in detail, but re- I !. Come to see us, we'll try I over, BAMBERG, S. C. I W. P. RILEY, FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT [NSURANCE. BAMBERG. S. C. Money to Loan. APPLY TO Izlar Bros. Bice, ittorneys and Counselors at Law, BAMBERG C. H., S. C. 5. Moye Dickinson, INSURANCE. ?TRE, LIFE, TORNADO, ACCIDENT, LIABILITY, CASUALTY. 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Wine of Cardui has cured thousands of cases which doctors have failed to benefit. Whv not begin to get well today*? All druggists have 81.00 bottles. Fotr ?ny stomach, liver or bowel disor- . - der Thedford's Black-Draught should be used. ! For advice and literature, address-glvlng symptoms. The Ladies''Advisory" Depart- . merit, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. WIHEotCARPUI ^REVlVd RESTORES VlTALm - MwlW?l1 Man the Me. ajma'p ? E??*2EKraZ2 RBM produces the abovo results In 30 days. It sett powerfully and quickly. Carea when all others fall Zoung men will regain thair lost rasehood, and ok' r. ' | men will recover their youthful vigor by nai&f RE VIVO. It quickly and surely restores Nervosa cess, LceC Vitality, Impotency. Sightly Emlaateug . Lost Power, Falling Ucnory, Wasting Diseases, and o> M i all ejects of self-abuse or excess and Indiscretion t which unfits one for study, business or marriage. ? - , cot only cures b7 starting at the seat of disease, bttl 's a great nerve tonic and blood builder, bring tag bach the pink glow to pale cheeks and r? storing the fire of youth. It wards off Jesuits and Consumption. Insist on having REVIVO?nc &therv It can be carried in vest pocket. By snail 81.00 per pechags,cr six for ?5.00, with a poll tlve written guarantee to cure or refmtf r Che money. Book c.nd advise free. Address .. iOYAL MEDICINE CO, T^a?SSu* For sale by Bamberg Pharmacy. 1 I SEABOARDI 1 Air Line Railway. | North=Scuth=East=West Two Daily Pullman Vestibuled Limited Trains Between South and N. Y. ' ' ' FIRST-CLASS DINING CAR SERVICE The Best Rates and Route to all Eastern Cities Via Richmond and Washington, or via Norfolk and Steamers. To Atlanta, Nashville, . Memphis, Louisville, St Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, and all points South and Southwest?To Savannah and Jacksonville and all points in Florida and Cuba. Positively the shortest line between North and South For detailed information, rates, schedules, Pullman reservations, IB &c., apply to any agent of The fl Seaboard Air Line Railway or to H J. J. Puller, Travelling Passenger I Agent, Columbia, S. C. ' Chas. F. Stewart,! Assistant General Passenger Agt., I SAVAXXAH, - - - Ga. I EARLY RISERS ft THE FAMOUS LITTLE PILLS, ft For quick relief from Biliousness, Sick Headache, Torpid Liver, Jaundice. Dizziness, and all troubles arising from an inactive or sluggish liver, DeWitt's Little Early Risers are unequalled. They act promptly and never gripe. They are so dainty that it Is a pleasure to take them. One to two act as a mild laxative; two or four act as a pleasant and effective cathartic. They are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless. They tonic the liver. ??? ? ? ntMif mi I IWIIIiMMI W jwmi two | I FltfASSOST I I C. C. D?Wit< & C?.i C2de?|o I Sold by Dr. H. F, Hooyer,