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is the trade
. is found on
of the genuine
the standard Cod Liver
Oil preparation of the
world. Nothing equals
it to build up the weak
and -wasted bodies of
young and old.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Send 0c., name of paper and this ad. for
our beautiful Savings Bank and Child's
Sketch-Book. Each bank contains a
Good Luck Penny.
SCOTr & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Elevtn Chinese Arresed.
Dallas, Texas.-Eleven Chinamen
were arrested while In the aCt ef Cks
caping from a box car on the Te:.n.s
and Pacific railroad. They are b
lieved to have entered the United!
States over the Mexican border. Al
were sent to jail pending the investi
gation, and will probably be deporte,.
General Sates Dead.
New York.-Major General Alfred
-IE Bates, former paymaster genera!
of the army, died here. (eneral
Bates was stricken with apoplexy re
cently and removed to a pri'vate hos
Its A Top Notch Zoer
Great deeds comp- regard. ThIle
world crowns its doers. Thas why tile
American people have crowned Dr.
King's New Discovery the King of
Throat and Lung remedies. Every atom
is a health force. It killi germs, and
colds and la grippe vanish., It he-i!s
cough -racked membranes and coughing
stops. Sores, inflamed bronchial tubts
and lungs are cured and he->orrhage,s
cease. Dr. Geo. More, Black Jack, N.
C., writes "it cured we of lung trou!-l,
pronounced hopeless by all docto is "
50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guara!
teed by all Druggists.
M'LEOD FOUND GUILTY.
RecommeWdation to Life Imprison
ment by Jury.
Douglas, Ga.-The jury trying Wili
MeLeod, charged with nmurdecring
Miss Mattle Graham, has found hi-m
guitywith recommendation to I fa
The case attracted great attenticn.
Miss Graham was found with her
Her body was left in a branch near
The defense was that thee defendant
was weak minded.
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamborlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. and the
healthy condition of the body and mind
which~they create, makes one feel joy
ful. Sold by all Dealers.
An Appeal For Aid.
Key W est, Fla.--Hundreds of I';-.
borers, aided by refugees from t:n
small Isles surrounding Key West,
are busy clearing the streets and the
water front of the debris and wrec. -
age resultIng from the hurricani
which practically destroyed half t:.
city. It will be many drys befr.
nomlbusiness conditions will in
Great rejoicing Is felt over the r"
ports coming in from points nr.
Key West, showing that the iloss :
life from the storm will be the sim."
est ever recorded along thn F'lorida
coast. The property damage, how
ever, 'is the heaviest In the history
of the peninsular.
Acting on a resolution adopted V:
the city council, Mayor Fogarty is.
sued an appeal for help from the peo
pIe of the United States for the storm
The Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep
-- tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused
I by it-heart d.is
.. heart failure or.
- r[ apoplexy are often
-- eydisease. If
i...ed blood will at
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in
the urine, head ache, back ache, lame
back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous
ness, or the kidneys themselves break
down and waste away cell by cell.
'Bladder troubles almost always result
from a derangement of the kidneys and
better healtb, in that organ is obtained
quickest by a prpr treatment of the kid
ne Swam ~Otcorrects inability to
hourine and scalding painin passing1it,
and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to go often through
the day, and to get up many times during
the night. The mild and immediate effect
of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy
is soon realized. It stands the highest be
ca use of its remarkable health restormng
properties. A trial will convince anyone.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
sold by all druggists 'in fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles. Tou may have a
sample .bottle and a book that tells all
about it, both sent free by mail. Address,
Dr.- Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
When writing mention reading this gen
ocs offer in this paper. Don't make
y mistake, but r-emember the name,
..apRoot, and don't let a dea-ler sell
something in place of Swamp-Rot
do von will be disappointed.
1HE tREATEST OF STATE FAIRS
EVERYONE WILL BE IN
COLUMBIA NOV. 1 TO 6.
Big Events Planned-All Corts of
The forty-!'r-Qt :iu:ii s , f:r
held iv COd la:Noe b:- .
to be the lwst in the hiI< : : 1 2
Chro!lna Agriul t ::i :n - '
elety. Not only::
thlnt will I.rviv--,
lle:ir by s;: .
:he iof. 4 1.1 V I
f-' n I i ii -
\ ;O l: - v
wi l:e -: h
fered. :1! 1 u -I
conferenee w.Iha :
South C::rini I GI .:
w ork s .el:n: I::-::'. - -
of the ti ofr r I:: -h
do idt for i ' - :: i r .:
ln o :-es Im Tln?
mFdw:ry. l:ng time m-:!n i** s tr I
wit b. li C:e d 0: S (P 1::: II o
gThren dTurie1.i. tOf w Iv L.
ronds %V!:1 St.! S:-4i:!!Y . c,
:1e es:e ali : h t e -Swv 1;o
0igo.'No I20 c n at EChI)rj
evrya. Is ani well or; a ad
nfrail fong tmlbCI uie. jiiome
riosns and Nenmi. (*. .h .
its. Icud' s m p
ite nr mbti .v, gr: e.i < e
rcling te falme.Ii) i u. tP p:c 2
Then paser Elri Bi rs. T,ne vr t
ale reto sre a my oitime helha.
agor. Now It c mo: i:tten-i a n
A Mntea i,i o- f
TrA}SngTE eMsu .
T T ~J~i
TH EUN h - htRDZo
immeatuel and :tilf jH.Ei?ene
& Co., on the side, in RED.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTZ. '
The great success or Dr. Pr:c o
covery in curing weak stom' o
lungs, and obstinate and In e :
the rccognition cf the fun.: .
Medical Discovery" su'ples\.
ing, tissue-rrpar:a, m l
d !ensed and con'cz:.trn. ' for*
supplies the nces..ry st ren
food, build upn th c a:
obstinate coughs. T:: "Dise
digestive and nutiive orens 1.
nd enriches the blood, and
short establishes soundviro
If your dealer <.f'
it is probablyb :
But you are t!:-ini-..
there' s noth':3 "r
Dr. Pierce's Commn:on Se's M
icine Simplified, 1038 pages, ove
Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 :Tr.
u. rlot-.ond,a 31 stamps. Addreis
TlIc Kind You Kave Always IE
in use for over years, 7:
AI aounterfeits, Imitations :
Expcriments that trifle with
infants aud Children-Expe!
What is C
Castoria is a harmless subs1
goric, Drops and Soothing 1
con.tains neither Opium, No
s-bst:lee. Its age is its guq
lndvues cvrisness. I
Colc. It r-21eves Teething 9
and Flatulency. It assimila
Stomach and )aowcls, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th<(
E .Bars the
in Use For ON
THC CEMTAUP. COMPANY. 77 MUF
p, . .- t 71.crnstorfT, tho Ger
ro " mt: auler tn thc United State-.
s : her an was received
in as ne. by nt cneror. \Withi:.
a i, v. y e imassador will Sail
on the s,,e:mn,-r Kron Prinz Wilhelm
for the VnitcId States.
Gi:l DrOwne In ath Tub.
.-YI.ra C-il Ilarben, the 2
-l _oC1 of .r. and Mrs.
L. Haro n. w:5s accident.ally
dr w 'd inti bathitub at the family
rC d e East Fair strcet, in
t .\th na.
x v -0,4.
-I v.e;1 h eI , b w- ippi - f I.:1 if.
frin t ;erri ; at ml -- kn -e -P'
wrI ran ,Ith"ry. IlMliher, Mm'n.
noncaresw In :a'-. f 'r wo-un s
Wo:5.E. ii . . l ilbs. '.~. a: tI ' rug
They claim to oc exterminating
mosuitoes in Panama. This will be
quit-- as much of a scientific triumph
as dl :::: the canal, but it sounds tco
good to h" true.
Now ti::a t he con.sumler is paying
more i(: )il we hoi'e' the producer
w!I nm f::! I o show his appreciation
by bri::in:; hvome a box of bonbons to
his coe . cas:na.y
A er h)a l.e. d1 iia, to assign
-. T.- j e, h)2 it li stens
- c l , :,ti -ne gy
r i from the sple.nidd
- -.K - ..,N w Li Pilh.
!o1 a jvery organ and!
. - 6.in ::d l,av, .J. A. Harmont,
L .~e W V:., wvritas: *'They are
t - piils I evr u. d." 25a. at oll
A 'w York has es
t !- ( -.ous: prcedent. as
f : ..:a c ce o: juistie is con
LIr:': ii. . : date(ly discharging a
w:: nrsn o hn she attempted
t:> roi r wnpoetry. Yet, despite
t'I thr, at'ing possibilities of the
prceeit. wh c:1 blame the mnagis
rn G''.. o of hJan is now In
- n m .1 is bing cntertained
*It~ a 1plomat ic and of
T d!i lndy wvill re
i aii h:'ve mIont hs
- n thce notab-e
-.......- .; i: alt nearly
- :1h h a voied (very
::::e his nean
T : *U dleathis
- . ,do they
. Ga so. /
sh; or, Mel].
e-ca mai lng
V Dr 1 .. i'rc, Buidao, N. Y.5
ought, and which has been
a3 borne the signature of
s been made under his per
apervision since its infancy.
mo one to deceive you in this.
td " Just-as-good " are but
and endanger the health of
ence against Experiment.
itute for Castor Oil, Pare
yrups. ,It is Pleasant, It
rphine nor other Narcotic
:antee. It destroys Worns
eures Diarrhcua and Wind
.jubles, cares Constipation
es tho Food, regulates tAe
hlealthy and natural sleep.
re AlwyS BoUght
er 30 Years.
AY STRCCT. NEW VORK CITY.
Two Tugs Were Sunk By The
Gulf Coast Storm.
CAPTAIN AMONG LOST
Crew of Or.e of the Tug t,ana;e to
Make Their Ezcape-News Brought
by Relief Expedition-Captain Par
ker and Crew of Sybil Pcri;hed.
iami, Fla.-Ncws rced htre ,;I
the sinking cf the tugs Sy!jp a:si Sa ',e
at Bahia Honda cu! i.: MNiiday'
hurricane and the loss of tle eleven
members of the crew (f the Syb:i. in
eluding Captain larker.
The loss of life on th:e t:ug Sybil
ncludes, besides Captain Pr.rk .r. En
giner Fox, Pilot Whitmiers, Eng~ near
'eterson ar.d seven de:khn.
The crew of the SadIie 0.;::c0.
This news was brought here by t:ie
relief expedition sent ou by t' : .
tropolis. The Metropoli' y:eh mc'
. V. Carter. of the r;niee en:7
of the Florida East Coast tail:s:: ex
tension, in the launch El:n ra off
Shell Key, who ga-;e them the infr-'
mation of the sinl:ing of t.3 twa
eturn this ad, with 32.95 and we will ship you by
Express, prepaid to any Southern Express office,
one 2-gallon .iug of Straight White or Yellow "orn
Whiskey, reduced in proof by the a.ddttion of dis
tilled water only. Guaranteed by s under the
lorida and National pure food and drug act, .If
you consider the 2 gallons worth $5.00 keep it;
~therwise drink what you want; return the bal-.
ance and get all of. yournmoney backc,.iust as cheer
fully as it was received. This offer is raade at a
iirect loss, and for the purpose of obtaining 10.000
new customers inside of 60 days. Order today.
Soathern Ditributing Comptany, Jacksonvll, Florida.
BAND1T TAKES Hl3 LIFE.
Whn Cornered by Pol:ce He Shot
Himself in Mouth.
Chicago.-A fashlonably dlresserl
bandit r~obbled the savings bank of
D. M. Erskinne & Co.. in Hiighlanal
Park, Ill., a village north of Chicago,
and then committed suicide by shoot
ing himself in the mouth, when drIiv
en to bay by an officer and posse of
A companion of the robber, who hari
driven him to the bank in an auto
ohle, was captured immediately
following the robbery, which forced
the principal actor in the crime to
flee on foot. Hie then engagedl in a
unning duel with Town Marshail
John Sheehen, and failing to drive
back his purster. ran into a shed.
C'hen he saw Sheehan enter th?
shed with hi.s revolver levelled a; h-s
head the fuoitive pot the muzzle or
his own reVOlve'r in his mionth an:1
fired, death (nsuiag ahn:iost instantly.
The luan erres:ted' refuised i d l+
lose his cr his com:)anion's iden
HIoareness in a child subject to croup
ka sure indication of1 the approach of
the disease. It C amberlain's Cough
levdy is given at < nce or even after
e crupy cough has appeared, will
prevent the attack. Contains no poison.
sold by all Dealers.
Justice Gaynlor Resigns.
Albany, N. Y.-Justice William J.
anor, democratiC candiante for
mayor of New York City, has file I
lxs resigationl as a member cf the
appeate dlivisionl cf the s:;premel
ourt seond departme3nt.
It is in timof sudlI n mfishapII (r aic
id< tt hat Chamberlain's Liniment can
rije upon to take- the p'ace of the
:m!I d.e:or, wl' c:arnot alwa~ys be
ooodn ti ihe mn t. Then it is that
'imnberlian'- Liniment is never found
nntinr. In cas'e of oprains, cuts
coo rd and b,rusi, C hambelrlnin's Lin
mnnt akes out the soIreness an,d drives
...v pamin. Sold by all Dealers.
C'i.m a rLi- C u.th Renidy hms he
c i!:1- faniqils :- s eureb of c,t.ghs,
coi,is o:wi.) :sim it, il i -rzz;, Try iL m-. nien
in ru : :ii,:i :h irn ful sub-tance
and al war . p :proupt re.rf. Suld
meri ia,; JiuFt 1i)(b-n eErected in
this c 1 of ('"::f-derate
scl! Il r hee with ap
pro.-rr -o. A !: sUni
tion . r :
tions r t P e :r.:r. T h1'
the ar ( Cv1",erI: (iniert A.
Eve'r. e ~- n-:- in c ,!t .f ti
Ccocde:'. t cV- ra s. .d *I!-e a: Crers
of Rev. C-0. -.sa' 1- -
tc)-. rf t*le "is, '& "o-_ist chlur-ch, c'r
S-'A* T-: -F 'nW. CIT'Y ('' E-'-. Di), s s .
i Ci!i1.\! . . hV S.
.l t ze ryu es niil MI,ilot jhis
sen ri r a r. :j~ ih,- d.-m of F. ?fJ i er
- ;l.i. ( I. -N. S inl thll C ity of
- - A. (teeAform el.
t i . t;i t'i i ' H ll i i ifnr
1 kN tNK J. Chi.
rit io i.e!*or- IMe ailds l rie
1 i hij., 6h day of Decembem,
-flfl l t r b '. t .u i te-rimt
i- - . I -- \ . -, ..
yer ist. It w11,1l I'ol:e t .; Crol.1I)a
havIcin h11a iee -:e.in hi:s :eat
tn n i cers is.s elh-sia:ti15ll
hroI3kin tn:e :v:r n.: tep i--:w rue0n
Sbranes of u ur 6i r,f-ni if ou Want, to be
h anno.Se,'. Eut if - ou t rec:ief. want
toI be CrCeI, a onerhu-s CQUmhi
One ofhe predictions fe t:je new
year is that it will solve the prol!tn
of practical aerial travel. So mucx!
progres:s hms been made in this direc
tion and interest is so enthusiastically
aroiu:ied in the various experimeunts on
the sub'jeot, -that this pred iction vvill
not he received as one of vsixnary
projects whichl n.o sane and conserv-.
tive per--on vxoccls to see realiz1od.
*- . (..
- .. e - : a. A *i'c.
Lir r -
Some women retain th
age. But women, who re
rapidly, for suffering lea
Nearly all women suff
form of female trouble. I
Avoid the pain-treat -ol
Cardui, as thousands of
Begin at once and give Ca]
Mrs. Katie Purlison, Gorevil
"I suffered with female troubles,
on my feet. Finall I began to
mend. Now I am able to do all
better health than I was before."
CHANC. FOR PARTY VICTC)Y.
Proof of Republican Corruption Bound
to Help Dernrats.
The past year, as far as politics Is
concerned, has been a record breaker.
There was the exposure of 1RZepublican
corruption by President R1oosevWt
I when he found hinself placed on the
I 1'*ensiv after the publication o' the
larriman letter on April 2 and t?il
I Ang of the deal between the president
and Mr. Harrir.u in 190. That let
ter gave details of the reqnest of Mr.
Roosevelt to the railroad magnate to
raise $200,000, to. be used to carry
New York and complaining that al
though Mr. Harriman had raised the
money and thus bought victory, yet
tLe president had not carried out his
end of the bargain by making certain
appcintments. The president evident
ly felt the sting of these charges, as
he had the official exposure of these
made by Judge Parker about the lIfo
I Insurance and corporation contrib,
tions, so he promptly published his
Sherman letter as an offset. That let
ter told of the Harriman brag that he
could buy laws and judges and legis
latures, and thus lifted the vei! that
had covered the corruption of Repub
lican officials. President Roosevelt
evidently knew much of this corrup
I tion of his party, and his state ent
in his letter to Harriman that "you
and I are practical men" would indi
cate that he was not above tak:ing
advantage of it. President Rooscvelt
attempte'd to overcome these expos
ures of the corruption that had been
charged against his party by denounc
ing Harriman as an "undesirable
citizen" and that certain "malefactors
of great wealth" were consp)iring
agaist his administration. Although
nearly everyone believes that Presi
dent Roosevelt is personally honest,
et these exposures of his knowledge
of the corruption of his party atnd the
fact that he has never caused resti
tution to be made of the funds plun
dered from the widows and orpha::s
of policy holders in the last national
campaign, has led to the extraordinary
lack of confidence in Republican poll
Icies that is now apparent. The panic
and business breakdown has follwv.ed
the exposure of the political cor'rup
tion, for when the people discovered
thvey had been duped by Republican
professions and promises and how
cli'ately politics and busiess was
.socated under Republican manage
notnt they naturally came to the con
cTsion that financial and business
agairs en the grand scale was a 1:aily
co;uut. The run in the New York
bank's followed and we are assured
bh no less an authority than the New
York Journal of Commerce 'that liquti
ation is still incomplete, that com
rm:-dttes and wages are still too high:
that abnormal indu:striai activity must
r op until a new supply of capital has
ken saved, and in short that we must
as through a further period ef read
*;ment and liquidation, involving
more or less failures."
When it is remembered that the
above is the opinion of the leading
business journal in the United States,
it will be apparent where the R.epub
lican policies of tariff protection for
the trusts and financial legislation
that favors the national banks at the
expense of the people has brought us.
The political corruption of the Grant
e'liministrtion was followed by panic
nd the defeat of the Republican party
hen Mr. Tilden was elected but
cmted out. Will history repeat
itlf? The result depends upon Demi
o:'atic leadership and the uniting of
the party in a solid phalax such as
the wisdom of Tilden brought about.
A New York phy.-ician ,wants so
city to fly kites for its health. A ny
thing at all so tt isn't a useful occu
Now that their converntion in over
the scientists may hurry hack to the
society of the guinea pig and the gi
a-t poato bug,
Maybe those Europeans who still
think there will be war between this
country and Japan have not seen a
picture of our fleet.
v. . P. rnurifles the biood, buil
. n: ~ ercutrial pois.
a s ie blotche:'. pim
h -out fear of contn:di
- - ,.minst nal irregularitas.
-a:.Nood cleanising prop
F. V. LIPPMAN.
eir beauty to -n advanced
gularly endure pam, age
ves its lastiag marks on
er more or less with some
t should not be neglected.
irself at home by taking
other women have done.
-dui a fair trial.
le, Pl., tried Cardird and writes:
tnd w. -as so sick I could not stand
take Cardui, and soon began to
my houasex.ork and am in much
A man wo 1,ian.S e.L tiLS of
earl and baron iC sT: - in St. Louis
because he cannot find a Fi. He does
not explain why he has negl2cted to
marry an heiress.
"Ts Race Suicide Always Bad?"
asks the Chicago Journal. Inasmuch
as it can happen only once to the race
that tries it. we should say that it is,
for that particular race.
If any fo..ign nation should attack
our ncble fleet of battle ships on their
Journey. Admiral Ev:tns will doubtless
crder the bat:ery (f 21 planclas into
action, and !he flight will be over.
A mi:r s:: c:ie inch in height
and weighing only 10 pounds has just
died in Rhode Island. What a great
tester of airships he would have been
if he had made use of his talents!
A New York cafe has made its
wmen patrons a New1(ear's present
cf permissicn to sincke.* making
:-ome Prese.ts it is often a wi hing*,
to consult the tates of th2 rcipien '
('. D. B.) Cires Through the Blood
.g PRNE PAINS, CAN
B.1;. D. (Botanic Blioo I Blood) is the
:nl y Bitod Remed v that kilPs the poison
m~ is ";-oed and then perifies it-send
mg a l>od if piart, riclihblood direct to
be skin surface, bones. joints, and
wherev,-r ihe disease is located. In. this
way all so uer. pimpls. cropti6ns
arehee an cred pansand aches
l. R umat wiom cese, s weihugs subside.
t. Ft B. c(i.l tely' cha.nges the body
* ssini tit- rieft. red hue of ierfect
d. B B. B. ru.res ihe woist old
2TAIHI0 BL OG DA LM-B BB
e : .- to ': i:e: compcse<i of pure
a t a. a ti.t it ;.urties~ ar. enriches
. .:.:o . . .. . -: e.at;ens the nerves
ll N i ip .he -- ' ' ldoi EyEteld. l)ru~g'
SoldI a.t All Dmng Stores.
'P .P purify and 'vitalir. your*
U and erate a goodappetite and give your
r Lob syte ton .a nd TII LIstreng,th.
A r.minent railrowal superintendent at
Er:::b i fferngwith MaIarra Dyspep.
r:. uI !thiqumatrsm says: "After taking
P.I. P. hei never felt so well in his life, and
s ai. f hes coiul,1,veforever, if he could
I' rmz are tired out fromover-.work and
Cc orceuet, take
Ifyou- e!ri e:n: badly in the spring
P. P. P.
Ifyour dir.estive organs need toning up,
T o & with headache, indiges.ttn
d eb.uity and weakness, ta.ke
" . P. P.
rr l ire :'i:. :.: , a gr.,ral kr, own
PrklCy Av.i, 30 i.oct
i upi the wed :.t: . yies
ntion thant P. . P. .:n 'ood
nd whose hblod is in. r.nrc con
ae peculirly bln"ip e I v 1.. won
ertes of P. P. P., P rchiy .sh, Poko