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A SPLENDID ATLAS.
Tha Hr raid ha* secured a few cojrte*
of Hu matnlflicni War AUaa leaned
by Rand, McNally A Co. the great
■up maker* Tbla Allaa la a map of
the world, and If you want to keep
ported on Cuba. Porto Rico and the
Philippine* you ought to ha*a It.
The regular price of thle Allaa.
which I* printed in H* e colon*, con.
talna map* ot Cuba, Weal Indiae,
Hawaii, Hurope, Aala, Africa. Spain.
Philippine- North America. South
America, the W orld. Oceanlca. China.
Portugal and harbor chart* of Havana.
Santiago. San Juan. Mntanzaa, Clen*
fuegoa. Manila, Cardenaa and Santa
Clara Haya. la 50 cenla. To Herald
reader* .to centa.
This Atlaa la 140 a inches and con*
tain* 18 page*. Vnu are aure of get
ting your money's worth when you
hi:kald’s standard atlas.
Srptomber la an exrellrnt month
In which to take rare of your health.
The opponent a of Krai tier mono call
him the "drug-store-barroom candi
The free stiver wing of the republi
can party la alio iu favor of free
The Edgefield Chronicle wanta the
people to "give Foal heratono a
* The Ftllpinoa are ringing, “When
Ihc Spring Time Cornea, Gentle An
The prayers of the Routh for Winnie
Davis recovery seem to have been
“Turn the hose on Cuba.” says The
Memphis 6cimitar. Perhaps they are
Dot striped on both sides.
Wllhelmlna tried on her crown and
then went to church. What a remark
able woman, not to hnve worn it.
According to present pinna the
Rough Riders will he mustered out
ne.xt Tuesday, and the historic troop
jkvlll be no more. They are good fel
lows. hut should remember Teddy's
julvice, "Don’t get gay.” ,
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bhiaUna. wor that Georgia will staid
f alavaai laser ti'a.
II lb* states abhk at* to boM their
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greaa attl ant ba omeb altered.
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laquirte. art fnqvtatlf mad* by
| uur aportaoMß oa to wbat art the game
j laws of South CaroDoo. Tbar* aro a
number of Aoguata people who rroaa
the tiatannah un their hunting agpadl
Uoas and for th*<n. aa well mi tor our
I large numbar of 80 tilh Carolina eeod
' era toe present the law. la a brief sum
Dear—lt la I Hagai to kill or hunt
deer, or rharr them with (log* between
February I and September I. • crept la
the counties of Clarendon Pwkaley,
Georgetown, Marlon, Colleton, Dar
lington. Williamsburg, Horry. Mari*
j boro and Kenhaw. In which It la now
' lawful between Febuary 1 and Auguat
Other Hlrda (open aeaaonl—lt la T
j legal between April l and November 1.
j to hunt or kill any wild turkey, part
-1 ridge, quail, woodcock or pheaaanl, or,
' between March 1 and August 1, any
any dove., or kill at any time'
, during the year any of the bird*
i named, by tire light or flash light.
1 may purchase a license for shooting
1 game of any kind. Cost. )25. This
j doee not apply to persons hunting or
killing game on their own land.
THE BdAVERY OF OCR OFFICERS.
The official records of the War De
| pnrtment so far as they have been
completed, show that thlrly-three
commissioned officers and 231 enlisted
men of the army were killed during
the war with Spain.
These figures Include the men lost
In Manila at we 11 aB lo Culm and Por
The comparative number of officer*
ami enlisted men present another high
tribute to American arms It shows
that the leaders really led —that they
were in the forefront of the battle.
U Is said that the percentage of of
ficers killed lg the largest ever known
in any of the battles of the world.
The contrast presented by the battle
of Omdurman fought last week, gal
lant and deadly as It was, Is very
striking, for In that conflict, while the
loss of life was very heavy, only one
officer was killed.
It will be a tong time before we ful
ly reallce how great was the achieve
ment of American arms in the recent
The republicans lost thirty-three
seats In the Vermont legislature by
the election on Tuesday. Which way
the wind is blowing is not hard to
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. would ha um of our taafwaat
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1 the fire* pmmlhla opporiuntiy they
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popoVrvßeptibltran fnafoa la the
, Eleventh district has struck a song ,
I Th* self-respecting populists will not
be caught by suck transparent trick- •
New Tork la determined that Alger
shall not prevent the parade of Gene
ral Miles’ victorious ai my. The occa
sion trill be one of rare magnlf.cenee
Some of Rllerbe’s enemies hnve avl- j
dently Induced a poet to poetise a few :
: soft bars to praise of the governor.
I He should not thus he sncrlflcad.
Booker Washington la making some
impressive speeches In South Caro
lina. which are attended by large
A case ot amall pox has developed
near Gordon and the cltlxens. natural- j
1 ly enough, are very much wrought up
General Wheeler ha* the deepest, J
tend crest sympathy of the whole coun
try. In the loss of his brave young
Editor Harmon of The Lexington
Dispatch issues one of the brightest
and newsiest papers In South Carolina.
Learn to say ”no.” It’s better titan
A man’s unreliability often exceeds
As the twig Is bent the limb Is In
clined to grow broke later.
A dude often turns feminine hearts.—
hut in the wrong direction.
Time is caught by the tall more fre
quently than by the forelock.
Every nmn knows how a wife should
be managed, but few are able to do It.
All the world’s a prise ring and all
the men and women merely scrappers.
>»ome men are too stubborn to ac
knowledge the corn until you step <xn
A wise man halts h(s hook wrtth in
quiry. hut a fool halts his with Imper
Tteer Is said to he fattening, hut too
much of It will make a man lean—
Actors always like to tread the
boards, hut It's a deadly Insult to ask
them how the walking Is.
It somitlmes happens that It takes a
speaker rtonge* to clear his throat than
it does to clear the hall.
Whenever some husbands and wives
agree it is to the effect that they mad 1
a serious mistake In marrying.
It is said that men who never drink
smoke or stay out late at night to live
to a ripe old age. Perhaps that’s their
The duty of a county to nay mem
bers of a sheriff’s posse romitatus is de
nied t.n Sears vs. Gallatin county (Mon
tana! 40 L. R. A. 405. in the absence
of any statutory provision for their
compensation. _ i
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Aad bt* rw»tdy rhavha aflame
And M» youth with aa* ambit km*.
For (be deariy loved, at home.
How' he planned a noble future.
To cvpel » from the land
Ah' w* feel hut for the tempter
To our genemue-hearted boy.
He would now he living honored.
Still our pride, and hope, and Joy.
But he’s gone—our beat beloved.
Once a» nolde. strong aad breve.
In hie wrecked and ruined manhood
We have laid him la hla grave.
If all flesh I* grass, old atre must ba
well cured hay.
If you have occasion to criticise a
mule, do It to hla far*.
If It I* bred In the bon*, the butcher
alwaye glvea ft a-welgb.
If you loa* an opportunity. H I* use
less to advertise he It.
If a man I* always giving himself
away he la not worth having.
If g woman can get a voter she does
not care anything about a vote..
If bootjarks were bouquets a cat's life
would be strewn with rosea.
If you can't live within your Income
you can't live long without It.
If g woman Is lost In self-admlratlon,
she may be found U» front of a mirror.
If you are looking for a swell Job,
all you have to do Is to atir up a hor
net’s nest .—Chicago News,
Full stow to start with her beet gifts Is
The choicest fruitage comes not with
Rut still for summer's mellowing touch
For storms and tears, which seasoned
And love doth tlx his Joyfullest estate
In hearts that have tveen hushed
'neath Sorrow’s brooding wing.
Youth aues to Fame; coldly she an
He sighs for Nature’s treasures; with
Responds the goddess, "Woo them from
Then fervently he cries, ’ Thee will I
Thee only, blissful Love!" With promt
The heavenly hoy replies, “To serve
me well, deserve!”
—FLORENCE EARLE COATES.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
TRY ’EM ALL
YOUR MONEY WHERE
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compUln of ft«tvt9!ng.
And the proprleior. a happy g»-tu<hy
woman «f fortune—who la <1 tng thia
Innkeeplng for fun—wlll promise you
anything on earth and forget It. and
you, the next moment.
Take noth'*, ye erstwhile "lord# of
creatton," of the perfect clerical force
of this inn. which makes It a pleasure
to pay bill#,' afraid to complain, able ,
to secure at least the promise of any* 1
thing you want, be It g lily-pond or a
lock for your door.
I forgot to aay w# have «o locks of "j
any kind In the houae. and a tramp or (
burglar la unknown In this blessed
We din# in the atone basement, with
a great old chimney, and the fare ia j
good and wholesome.
Rut the trail of the serpent Is over
It all. and we have a rievous swarm of
(ties, such a, afflicted the Hebrews of
old. and the custom of getting rtd of
them, while not ao effective as a fly
fan. la certainly amusing. We, all twen- |
ty of u*. stand In a line, at the lower |
end of the table, slowly progress to the ;
upper end. wildly waving our napkins, j
and thu* frighten away a few of them.
The scenery, vtlth its faraway blue j
hills, quaint old stone walls and grey
barn* and massive trees. Is tM-autlful
beyond words, and the climate delight- t
fui, even tn August,
We sketch every morning, 1 ntld the j
country is rich in study and pretty :
little scenes. Our afternoons are spent
tn any way fancy dictates, driving, cy
cling or reading Then In the evening, j
we all gather, for this art school Is j
a most charmingly Informal place. In ,
the studio, and read or play games. ,
sometimes have an old fashionable can- j
dy-mahing and once a spelling bee.
We have a wood Are, for the evenings
are chilly. In an old Franklin stove,
and the studio, with soft blue portieres
and old antique china, and lastly our
sketches, make a mostly delightful pic
ture. When we ndd the charming
group of women from all parts of the
union—in the art class—there Is one
philanthropist, who went out and made
the milk man take off the yoke when
he turned the oxen in the pasture for
the night, and with her own hands car
ried a pail of water to those dumb, sad
eyed beasts us burden. There Is one
bright society girl, who would have
liked to hnve a lover to pose for her
every sketch, and the sad. serious girl,
with a heart history hack of it all. our
gentle art enthusiast, so full of posing,
that we dared not sit still in her pres
ence. lent we he put in the sketch book,
and so on.
Men were not forbidden the place,
but only a few were there.
Ah! it was well worth the tedious !
Journey Of many miles to lie down in
the sweet grass in the old apple or
chard and see the sky through Its
gnarled old boughs, and for one brief j
hour be bads once more a child, when i
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at the same time can be Tjv—\ t
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Paine, Murphy &l Co.
803 Reynolds a^TeleiilioiiciSl&.r/
1 rivate Leased Wires Direct to New York
Chicago and New Orleans.
Orders executed over our wires for
Cotton. Stocks. Bonds, Grain and Pro.
visions fur caah or on margins. Local
securities bought and sold. Reference*
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or Mercantile Agencies.