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> Wouldn't any woman be happy.
Af ter years of backache suffering.
Days of misery, nights of unrest,
? The distress of urinary troubles,
i She finds relief and cure?
No reason why any reader
Should suffer lu the face of evidence
?Irs. Almira A. Jackson, of East
Frout St, Traverse City, Mich., says:
years I never
knew what it
was to have
said I had liver
did me no good.
Just before I
began ' using
Fills I was al
most paralyzed. I could hardly stand
ou, my feet because of the numbness
and lack of circulation. Had a k'iife
lM?en thrust ?uto my kidneys the pain
('Mild not have been more intense. My
iii'sp was disturbed hy visions of dis
torted figures. The kidney secretions
Were annoyingly Irregular, and I was
tortured with thirst and always
bloated. I used seven boxes of Doan's
Kidney Pills. The bloating subsided
until I weighed 100 pounds loss, could ,
sleep like a child and was relieved or
the pani, and the irregularity of the
kidney action. My circulation is good
?nd I feel better in every way."
?/A, free trial of this great kidney med
icine which cured Mrs. Jackson will be
mailed on application to any part of
the United States. Address Foster
Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. For sale
by all druggists; price 50 ceuts per box.
The Fashions for Spring.
V Coats and skirts are now being made
of the same material, but they are no
longer fashioned upon lines of almost
geometric severity The newest ma
terial for thesi, and one that is rapidly
comhig forward, is crepe (le ; Chine.
The spring coat may be made in any
ign? of three distinct shapes; one is the
s?hort^sack coat, loose and straight.
wMch'-was seen last season; another is
a modified Russian blouse, somewhat
suggestive of the kimono; a third style
is a plain, loose coat with a cape.
From present indications, two note
worthy features of the new gowns are
likely to prevail. The more important
is the ever increasing vogue of the
short skirt. The other is the frequent
use of drapery across the front of the
" Too much importance cannot be
given., to the soft, sheer fabrics that
lend themselves so readily to the
graceful-fio win g lines of the season's
modes. The voiles ana veilings are.
perhaps, in h?hest favor. Bordered
materials in sort silk.and cotton mix
tures, sheer cottons and linen canvas
are among the popular novelties. A
glint of gold is introduced in every
thing. Gold braids, buttons, frogs,
cords and pen?puls are some of the
forms of this in rh:, ry decoration. Laces
that are fine and iii my are the choice
of the moment. The colored cotton
embroideries are among the novelties.
There are lingerie frills and ruchings
without nuinher for the sleeves and
neck of the fashionable gown, and but
tons are conspicuous.-From The De
lineator for April.
Marchioness Spinola, who was Miss
Lily Page, daughter of Capt. Page, of
-Richmond, Va., died in Rome.
Miss M. Cartledge
advice to young girls,
of .thousands which ]
sol helpful to young
arriving at the perio
Lydia EL Pinkham's
"DKAR Mas. PIXKHAM:-I ca
Vegetable Compound too highly,
tried -which cured me. I suffered ni
I felt so weak and dizzy at limes I
the usual interest. My thoughts 1
backaches and sinking spells, also ]
In fact, I was sick all over.
M Finally, alter many other reu
vised to get Lydia E. Pinkliaui'i
pleased to say ilia*, after taking it o
for the better took place, and in a si
felt buoyant, full of life, and foun<
glad to tell my experience with
Compound, for it made a diff?re
Miss M. CAUTLEDGIS, 533 "Whitehall
At such a time, the grandest
ham's Vegetable Compound. It
the necessary changes, and is th
for woman's ills of every nat
?oung- women who are ill to writ
irs. Pinkham, Lynn, Mass.
Hrs. Estes, of New York
" DKAJ? Mas. PiXKHAii : -I write 1
ought to know how much good your
making for years before I \vas marriec
Pinkham's Vegetable Componm
the strain. There is no other work th
how my back used to ache from the bi
I would have to scream out from the
terribly tired and weak, and ray head 1
eat after work, I was so worn out.
frightful cramps every month they woi
I would have to- give up working an
ham's Vegetable Compound cha
Yours verj' truly, Mas. MARTHA ESTES,
No other female medicine in i
spread and unqualifif \ endorsen
a record of female troubles cure?
Kef ase all substitutions. Remei
vited to write to Mrs. Pinkham
symptoms she does not ?nderst
tflPAAA ^ORTEST :i we cannot forthvr
?Bl Ul 0 *'WV' m'm^, walsh will pw
FITS permanently cured. No fits or nervous
ness after first dfty's use bf Dr. Kline's Great
Nerve Restorer.$2 trial bottleand treatisefree
Dr B.H.KLINK, Ltd.,931 Arch 8r.,Phfla.,Pa
It isn't ahraya a compliment to tell a
girl that she's ns pretty as a picture.
I<adle? Can Wear Shoes
One size smaller after tisin? Allen's Foot
Ease, n powder. It makes tignt or newshoe3
easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweating, aching
feet, ingrowing nails, corns and bunions. At
all druggists and shoo stores, 25c. Don't ac
cept any substitute. Trial package FREE by
mall. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N.Y,
Few men eau be intensely interested in
anything without letting their noighbors
Teosluto auil Billian Dollar Grasj.
The two greatest fodder plants on earth,
one good for 14 tons of hay and the other
80 tons green fodder per acre. (Jrows
everywhere, so does Victoria Rape, yield
ing C0.0OO lbs. sheep and swine food per
jrST SEND IOC. IN STAMPS TO THE
I John A. Salzer Seed Co.. La Crosse, Wis.,
and receive in return their big catalog and
lots of farm seed samples.
When a girl knows she is handsome she
does not object to having her picture;taken
in a group.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing SyrupforohUdren
teething, soitea tho sams, reducesinflamma
tion allays pairi,cureswind colic. 25c. a battle
A man always logks weil when he is
looking for another man who owes him
AH creameries use butter color. Why
not do n?> they do - use J UNE TINT HUT
? TER COLOR._
I Any man can easily make a foo! of him
self: all he has to do is to act kittenish.
Plio'sCure for Consumption is aa infallible
medicine foi- coughs and colds'.-N. \Y.
SAXUBL; Ocean Grove. N..T.. Feb. 17, l'JUO.
When the world is unable to understand
a man it dubs him a crank.
Tor SI.63 Money Order.
The John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse,
Wis., mail postpaid 15 trees, consistiu? o?
Apricots, Apples, Crabs, Cherries. Pl?m?S
Peaches and Pears, just the thing for a city
or couutry garden, including the great Bis
mark Apple, all hardy Wisconsin stock,
ere seat you free upon receipt ot $1.63.
AND IOU 16C. AND THIS NOTICE
vou get sufficient seed of Celery. Carrot.
Cabbage. Onion, Lettuce, Kadi;-h ?md
Plower Seeds to furnish bushels of choice
Howers and lots of vegetables lor a big
family, together with our great plant and
seed c?talo-, f A.C.L. |
Perhaps ?onie people are descended from
monkeys, while others merely dress differ
The United States furnished ?S0,000,
000 o? the $295,000,000 worth of gold
whiuh the world produced in 1902.
Colorado produced .S2S.000.000. Cali
fornia $10,000,000 and Alaska SS.000,
Deafness Cmmot De Cured
by local applications as they cannot reach tho
diseased portion of the ear. There is only ona
way to cure deafness, and that is by consti
tutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is in
flamed you have a ruinbliunsound or Imper
fect hearing, and when it is entirely closed
Deafness is the result, and unless the inflam
mation cnn bo taken out and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever. Nine oases out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflnmfed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for any
case of Deafness (caused by caiarrh)that can
not bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
circulars free." F. J. CHENEY <fc Co., Toledo, O.
Bold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pilis for constipation.
Within the last few years the various
.colonies of Europeans in Egypt have
built their own hospitals. There are
uow in Cairo French, German, Aus
trian, Anglo-American and Italian hos
gives some helpful
Her letter is but one
Drove that nothing is
; girls who are just
d of womanhood as
,rinot praise Lydia E. Pinkam's
, for it is the only medicine I ever
uch from my first menstrual period,
could not pursue my studies with
became sluggish, 1 had headaches,
pains in the back and lower limbs.
iiedies had been tried, we wrere ad
s Vegetable Compound, and I am
nly two weeks, a wonderful change
lort time I was in perfect health. .1
.1 all work a pastime. I am indeed
Lydia E. P?ikham's Vegetable
nt girl of me. Yours very truly,
St., Atlanta, Ga."
i aid to tinture is Lydia E. Pink
prepares tiie "young system for
te surest and most reliable cure
ure. Mrs. Pinkham invites all
:e her for free advice. Address,
:o you because I believe all young1 girls
medicine will do them. I did dress
l, and if it had not been for Lydia E.
1, I do not believe'1^ could have blood
at is such a strain or? the svstem. Oh,
ending over I I would feel as though
pain, and the sitting still made me so
throbbed like an engine. I never could
Then I was irregular, and had such
.dd simply double me up with pain, and
d lie down. But Lydia E. Pink
nged me into a strong, well woman.
.113 West 125th St., N. Y. City."
the world has received such wide
lent. Ko other medicine has su<>:
i. Sold by druggists everywhere,
nber every woman is cordially in
, if there is anything about her
and. Mrs. Pinkhanrs address is
Ith produce tho original letters and signatures of
ye t jeir abgnluts genuineness,
?yd4* E, PlukEam Meei Cte,, hynnt Man.
GIVEN IN BRIEF
?*> i* . _ i v. ? *
Greenwood, Special.-Sheriff Mc
Caslan returned to the city recently
with a negro, B. Mathis, who is strong
ly suspected of murdering another ne
gro. Fraser Goode, on Sunday night.
The murder was committed on Mr.
Tem Chatham's place and by means
of a blunt instrument which was used
as a bludgeon, the assailant striking
tho negro without warning as he was
going along a lonely path from the
home of a girl he was "courtin' " to
his own home. The negro who was
killed had carried for years in his
pocketbook an old Confederate five
dollar bill and a one cent piece for
?nek. A bill of this kind and a one
cent plec-? was found on the person of
the supposed murderer. Until the
shbriff went down, there had been no
clue on which to work, the coroner's
jury having failed to find anything.
The circumstantial evidence against
Mathis is very strong.
A Heavy Docket.
The busbies sof the South Carolina
supreme court is steadily increasing
Clerk Brocks estimates that in the ten
years of his employment /with the
court the business has increased by a
third. When he took charge in 1894
there were 74 cases heard at the first
term. The indications are that 135
to 140 cases will be docketed for the
spring term beginning the 19th of
next mouth. Already 90 cases have
been docketed for the coming, term.
Of the .100 cases docketed-for the No
vember term about 90 were heard.
The South Carolina supreme court has
the reputation of being the most
prompt in the United States in hear
ing and disposing of cases. The Ne
braska court is five years behind and
the Florida court is three years be
All Acts Signed.
Gov. Heyward has completed the
work of signing the acts passed at the
recent session of the legislature. The
work takes some time as the bills
must be. of course, carefully read. Ths
only instance in which the chief exe
cutive exercised his veto was that of
the "exclusive jurisdiction" act. He
also put his veto on the bill to pro
hibit expalriaiicu. in other words to
prevent a convict from being pardon
ed upon his promise to leave the State.
The bill was killed by the Senate, but
became engrossed as an act and would
have become a law, but the Senate
requested the governor to veto the
Trouble is brewing about the school
at Campobello. There is friction or
disagreement between the male prin
cipal and the trustees. It appears that
lost Saturday the trustees, having re
ceived information that the principal
had been swearing and drinking, told
him that they would no longer neel
him in connection with the school.
He was at his post Monday, and after
again told him to discontinue teach
ing ihero; and the schc*i is without a
principal. The teacher denies the
charges and a petition for his rein
statement is being circulated.
P.. D. Havird. of Saluda; the young
white man who appealed to Governor
Heyward a few weeks since for pro
tection, and who mailed the Governor
some notices of a threatening nature
found posted on his premises, was
shot twice Saturday morning by John
Yarbrough. a white man living on his
piace. It is said that the shooting
had nothing to do with the threatening
notice. The trouble is the culmination
of a personal difference between Hvird
and Yarbrough growing out of some
dispute relating to their contract for
The town of Union was shocked
Monday morning' to hear of the
death of States R. Crawford, presi
dent of the People's Supply Co.. of
that place, who died the night before
as thc result of blood poisoning caused
by a carbuncle; Mr. Crawford went to
??tanta last Monday in his usual
health; on Wednesday he felt a car
bunclo coming and returned on Thurs
day night, when he went to bed. Blood
poisoning at once set in and after suf
fering intensely Mr. Crawford passed
away at 10:30 o'clock.
The police of Charleston were un
usually busy Saturday night and Sun
day and the harsh clang of the patrcl
wagon gong could be heard in the
streets at all hours of the night and
day. Only one fatality resulted from
thc revels of the merry-makers, and
this slaying took place outside the city
limits. Frank Jenkins, colored, ?ras
shot and killed by Scipio Jankint, col
ored, in Lawton's lane, near the naval
station. Scipio escaped and haa not
been captured at a late hour Sunday
Ed Lucas, colored, who has been
conducting a small restaurant in Darl
ington, was drowned Monday night in
Pee Dee river, at the "Barn planta
tion.'" near Society Hill.
Robert Wilson, colored, was shot
and fatally wounded at Lumber by
Robert Register, also colored. Regis
ter was arrested hy Deputy R. G. Par
nell and lodged in jail at Darlington.
Further than this no particulars have
The value of railroad property in
the State is now thirty million dollars.
Valuable tin deposits have been dis
covered near Gaffney, in Cherokee
The Secretary of State Tuesday char
tered the Summerville Hardwood Com
pany of Summerville, having a capital
of $5,000. R. R. Cuthbert is president
and W. Ni Richardson treasurer.
Three conflagrations in the business
section of Bamberg within six weeks is
the record that that town has estab
lished. The third and most disastrous
occurred Saturday morning, and four
stores were burned. The fire originated
in the store of H. F. Bamberg and is
supposed to have been accidental. It
gained such headway before it was dis
covered that ic was impossible to save
any nf the goods from that or the ad
joining buildings, and the whole block
would undoubtedly have been burned
but for tho assistance' of the cotton
McKinney's place, near Glendale, in
?Spartanburg county, contracted for
supplies with a leading merchant of
Spartanburg and also obtained a
buggy from a Spartauburg firm and
left the county. He was arrested by
Deputy Sheriff Hayes near the North
Carolina line Tuesday and is now in
jail to answer the charge of obtaining
goods under false pretenses.
Mrs. Susannah McFadden, of the
Laudsford section ci Chester county,
died Monday at noon. She was the old
est person in that county, being in her
92nd year. For tho last three years she
was entirely blind.
Governor Peabody has again pro
claimed martial law in Trinidad, Colo
Thirty-three shoe factories in Lynn,
Mass., has declared a lockout against
The .lapam-se began another heavy
bombardment of Port Arthur from the
sea, according to advices received hi
The Ameer of Afghanistan was re
ported to have been poisoned,
Russia aa'ved Canada to abandon j
Pelagic sealing in the Pacific, j
a good medicino for liver disease.
It cn rod my >oa after he had epant
. SlOOivUh doctors. It is all the med
icine I take."-MRS. CAROLINE
MARTIN, Parkersburg, YT. Va.
If your liver does not act reg
ularly go to your Iruggist and
secure a package of Theclford's
B lack-Draught" and take a dose
tonight. This great family
medicine frees the constipated
bowels, stirs up thc torpid liver
and causes a healthy secretion
' of bile.
Thedford's Black - Draught
will cleanse thc bowels of im
purities and strengthen the kid
neys. A torpid liver invites
colda. biliousness, cliil?6 and
fever and all manner of sick
ness ?ind con logion. Weak kid
neys result in Bright's disease
which claims as many victimR
as consumption. A* 25-cent
rackage of 'i'hedford's lilaek
Dranght should always be kept
in the house.
"I need Thouford'fl Black
Draught for liver and kidney com
plaints and found nothing l? ezcol
it."-WILLIAM COFFMAN, Mar
TO LEVY WAR TAXES
Japanese Will Arrange to Finance a
Long War If Necessary.
Tokio, Special.-The government has
not fully disclosed the proposal con
cerning the war taxes to be submitted
to the special diet, but it now appears
as though it will not propose any
change in the tariff in sugar, but will
Instead recommend a domestic tax on
the basis previously stated. It now
seems probable that the only change
effected in the customs tariff will be
an increased duty on kerosene and
spirits. No discrimination will be made
against Russian kerosene, because that
ti ade is chiefly in the hands of the
British merchants. It is anticipated^
that there will be a serious contention
in the diet over the taxes on sugar and
silk and dealers in the former com
modity are strongly agitating for a re
duction in the rate. Party committees
?re meeting dally discussing the tax
proposals and the belief is expressed
that the government will be forced to
modify several features of their plans.
If the tobacco monopoly is enacted it
is estimated that it will be ten years
before it is finally completed, although
the government counts upon earnings
from it in 1904 amounting to twenty
four million yen, gradually ncreasing
until 1914, when it ls estimated they
will amount to forty million yen.
i It is estimated that it will cost the
government eight million yen to pur
chase the plants and stock required to
consummate the combine and fully
nine million yen to compensate the
owners. ......... &j>.
Jap Tobacco Monopoly.
St. Petersburg, Special.-The repre
sentations of United States minister to
Japan, Mr. Griscom, uoncerning Ameri
can interests by the creation of a
Japanese tobacco monopoly, will, The
Novoe Vreraya says, sharpen Ameri
can-Japanese relations, lt considers the
tobacco monopoly absolutely necessary
for Japan in the present condition of
lier finances, but says the compensa
tion claimed by the Americans would
more than eat up the income from the
monopoly in the first years, but creat
ing for Japan a situation, the "full
meaning of which it is probable is
quite appreriated at Washington."
Stock Breeders /Vet.
Jacksonville. Fla.. Special.-The
stock breeders of Georgia and Florida
met here Tuesday In convention and
tomorrow will organize an association
to be known as the Southeastern Stock
Breeders' Association. The convention
organized by electing State Senator C.
A. Carson, of Florida, as chairman and
Ralph Edwards, of this city,
as secretary. The feature of the occa
sion was the address of Secretary Wil
son. He devoted much of his address
to the adaptability of Georgia and
Florida to cattle raising.
School Boy a Murderer.
Columbus, Ga.. Special.-A special
from Chipley says that a fight occur
red at Whit es ville between two 1G
ycar-old school hoys, which resulted in
the death of one, Tom Haralson, son of
T. W. Haralson. Robert Maddox, son
I of Hon. T. J. Maddox, was the other
participant. i'oung Maddox struck
young Haralson yith a large stick,
fracturing the skull In two places, from
the effects of which Haralson died a
short time afterward. The cause of the
I fight is not known. The two noys were
I intimate friends.
Severe Penalties for Pillaging.
The army organ publishes an order
of the day issued by Viceroy Alexieft
threatening the most severe penalties
against soldiers injuring private prop
erty or officers permitting the same.
The Ameer Poisoned.
St. Petersburg, Ey Cable-It is re
poi ted here on good authority that the
Ameer of Afbhanistan has been pois
oned. Habibullah Khan, the Ameer ol
Afghanistan, wau born in 1872, an?
succeeded to the throne on the deatl
I of his father. Abdurrahman Khan,-Oc
tober 1. 1901..
. New Head Mun Appointed.
Houston. Tex.. Special.-The Post
says that within a short time the an
\ uouncement will be made of the ap
pointment of Thornwell Fay as vice
president and executive head of the
Harriman lines in Texas to succeed S.
H. Markham, promoted. Mr. Fay is
now at the head of the Southern Pa
cific interests in Louisiana, which are
controlled from Houston headquarters.
It is said further announcements will
bi- made as soon as Mr. Markham re
turns to Houston.
Costly "Spite Tower."
John Edward Wainhouse was the
owner of dye works in Yorkshire.
Euc. Next io his eatate lay that ot
an English lord. The two quarreled,
and Wainhouse built a tower ao that
he could always overlook his neigh
I hor's ground^ although they lay rauch
j higher than his own. The tower is
[ searly 300 feet high and cost $60,000
THE WEATHER CONDITIONS !
Report Given Out Cy the Section '
Section Director Bauer's February .
report dealing with the progress of
farm work over the State and giving
ithe climatology for the month came
tin last week. These reports, which
are made out some two weeks after
the expiration of the month, are
printed in Raleigh and always get to
Columbia late. However, Ihe reports
always contain some facts of general
interest to those whose business is
affected by weather conditions. The
February report says:
"The month was colder than usual,
with' night temperatures below freez
ing over the western parts of the
State, most of the time, but it was
warm enough nearly every day lo
I thaw the ground. This alternate
thawing and freezing was detrimental
to winter" grains on wet lands. In
the central and eastern counties there
weire few ground freezes, and grains
were not injured by 'heaving.' Tho
temperature was generally too low
for grain crops to make any growth,
except along the immediate coast;
where a slight growth made an im
provement in the appearance of win
ter oats and in truck, both of which
are in good condition.
The precipitation was slightly be
low normal, but it was very evenly
distributed over the State, and the
ground was kept moist by frequent
rains, especially from the sixth lo
the eleventh, and from tho. nine
teenth to the twenty-second* Less
general rains occurred on the first,
the fifteenth and the twenty-seventh.
A portion of the precipitation was in
the form of sleet on the tenth and
eleventh and on thc twenty-first, and
some snow fell on these days, but net
enough for the protection of winter
grains, as tho snow generally melter!
as it fell.
"The soil was kept in fairly good
condition for ploughing in tho east
ern parts of the State, where good
progress was made in the preparation
of lands for spring planting, but it
was generally too wet over the wes
tern parts, where very little plough
ing was accomplished, although about
the usual area of uplands was pre
pared for" early planting. Some gard
ening was done, but the temperature
was uniformly too low for the favora
ble germination of seeds.
"A large acreage of spring oats was
sown during the month, and some
fields of oats that, were winter-killed
were re-sown. Tobacco beds were
burnt over and seeded, but less at
tention was given to this work than
during the last few years. Peach
and plum trees began to bloom in
the extreme southeastern counties
by the end of the month. Some
peach buds were killed by the sleet
and ice of the eleventh, but the ex
tent of the damage was apparently
slight, and limited to early blooming
vrleties. Fruit trees were backward,
and buds showed no perceptible
swelling in the central and western
"Temperature-The mean tempera
ture for February, 190-1, was 45.2 de
grees, which is 2.3 degrees below nor
mal. The highest local mean was
50.8 degrees at Beaufort, the lowest
37.6 degrees at Greenville. The high
est, maximum was SC degrees at Flor
ence on the 7th, the lowest minimum
was 15 degrees at Clemson College
on the 2d. making the State range 71
degrees. The greatest local monthly
range was 6C degrees at Clemson Col
lege, the least was 48 degrees at
-Charleston and Winnsboro. The
mean of the dally maximum tempera
tures was 54.7 degrees, of the daily
minimum temperatures 35.6 degrees,
making the average daily range 19.1
"Precipitation, in Inches-The av
erage precipitation was 3.59 inches,
which is 0.91 below normal. The
greatest local amount was 5.35 at
Walterbcro. the least was 1.95 at Al
lendale. The greatest 24 hour fall
was 2.11 inches at. Beaufort on the
'9th. The average number of days
with 0.01. or moro, precipitation, wa?
?). ranging from 3 at Allendale and
Flor once to 13 al Camden. Cheraw
(2) and Newberry. Excessive precip
Famous Case Moved Again.
The new famous case of the State vs.
R. W. McDaniel has been remanded to
the circuit court of Lexington county
for a new trial. The case has now be
come very well known in South Caro
lina and the opinion of the Supreme
Court, is quite interesting in this con
nection. McDaniel killed Lee Neece,
the town marshal of Swansea, Christ
mas eve, 19i>2, and was tried for his
life in January, 1903. before JrJge
Klugh. The jury found McDaniel guil
ty of murder, with, however, a recom
mendation to mercy. The sentence im
posed was iife imprisonment. The
defendant appealed to the Supreme
Court and pending the apepal applied
to thc Supreme Court for leave to move
in the Circuit Court for a new trial on
tho groand ot after-iliscovered evi
dence" This application failed by rea
son of an equal division of opinion
among thc four justices of the Supreme
Court-though no formal opinion was
delivered so as to show how the jus
tices stood on the question.
Tho appeal was then heard in the
Supreme Court and the sentence was
affirmed-Mr. Justice Jones delivering
the opinion and all thc other justices
concurring. JUGge lamest uary satin
place of Justice Eugene Gary, who was
ill at the time.
Thereupon the prisoner through his
counsel moved for a re-hearing in the
Supreme Court, on the ground that the
court had overlooked an important
principle of the law. to the defendant's
disadvantage. After due deliberation
the court granted the re-hearing.
Thc case came up again at the last
November term of the Supreme Court,
and was then fully argued-with tne
, result that the judgment of the Circuit
Court is set aside and a new trial
E. O. Mills Dead.
Wilmington. Special.-Mr. E. O.
Mills, a well-known business man of
Whiteville. and a brother of Messrs. F.
1. and W. H. Mills, of this city, died
at the James Walker Memorial Hos
pital here Tuesday morning and the re
mains were sent t'i his former home
for interment. Mr. Mills was brought
lc the hospital Saturday for au opera
tion for an abscess upon his lower in
testines. Thc operation was performed
Snnday afternoon but the sick man
never rallied and his death came afto-.
several hours of unconsciousness. His
wife was In Wilmington when he died,
having accompanied* him from White
Fort Arthur Bombarded.
London, By Cable.-A dispatch to
Rentier's Telegram Company from St.
Petersburg says: . "Japaneise torpedo
boats appeared ol? Port Ai thur ut
midnight of the night of March 21-22
and the shore batteries and guard
ships shelled them for twenty minutes
The Japanese retreated but reappeared
four hours later, when they met with
the same reception, when they retired
Miss Bertha M. Rush, ?433 Kincarde
street, Pittsburg, Pa.. Superintendent Ju
nior Society of Methodist Protestant
church, ant] lending soprano of the choir,
writes: "Words cannot describe my thank
fulness to you for Poru?a. I was a sufferer
from systemic catarrh for years and was in
A very much run-down condition. I was
extreme!}' nervous, and had the most fool
ish fear? over nothing. I was thin and
'"My physician advised me to leave this
climate; but as it was not convenient to do
so at this time? I tool; the advice of a
friend to usc a bottle of Pcruna. I tools it
faithfully, and when thc first bottle was
gone I felt sn much butter that I bought
nix more and took them faithfully, after
which I looked like a new woman.
"I gained in (lesli, my appetite returned
r.rnl all roy old symptoms had disappeared.
L HS) more than thankful to Pcruna.''
Miss Bertha M. Rush.
I ARI TIRED.
Everybody is Tired-Spring
Weather Does it-Every One
Should Ba Cautions.
Depression of thc nervous system at the
approach of spring is the cause.
General lassitude, dull, heavy sensation?,
continual tired feeling, with irregular ap
petite, and sometimes lo*? uf sleep. Pc
runa meets every indication and proves it
self lo be perfectly adapted to nil their va
ried peculiarities. Pcrun.i in vigora les thc
system, rejuvenates :hc feeling-:, restores
thc normal appetite a'ld produces regular
That tired feeling which is (he natural
result of thc depressing effect of warm
weather immediately after the invigorat
ing cold of winter quietly disappears when
Ponina is taken. Thousands arc daily tes
tifying to ?is priceless bciiei?t.
Mrs. ll. Kassatt, 1309 W. Kith street.
Des Maines. Ia., writes: "1 am happy to
give my endorsement for your valuable
medjeine, P?rima, as I consider it a valu
able medicine to take when thc system is
run down from overwork. About two yedra
ago 1 felt that I must take a long rc?t'. a* I
had been unable to work for over a month
and could r.ot regain my strength. 1 could
not sleep afc night and was in a very ner
vous, high strung condition. I decided to
try what Perur.a would do to build un my
strength, and am pleased tb say that .1 be
gan lo improve very shortly, "iud in less
than two months 1 was able to take up
my work,:and felt better than I have for
years. I take it now twice a year, and lind
that it keeps inc in perfect health." Mrs.
Kassatt was for over ten years the mana
ger of a plant furnishing ladies' wear and
employing hundreds of women.
Tired. Nervous Women.
There are thousands of them everywhere.
A few bottles of Peru na would do them : j
untold benefit. As a tonic and nerve in- j (
Hgorator it has no equal. It builds up the
nerves, it gives strength to thc circulation
and at once restores thc appetite and di
gestion. No feeble woman should be with
CAPITAL STOCK ISSO.O'JO.OO.
BmlBeM>W lien yon think (if guilts oft* tn salino),
wi if - for Collogfl Journal arA Siwcinl ? (Ter or thu
leadlos BUftarw and Hiorih.iiid r-cboolx, AtMress
KIXG'S E?.'SIXEM?* COLLEGE, Knlettrh,
Ti. C., or Chnt'totf r, >\ C. [Wu alse tench U.i.lc
keeping, shorthand. Eic, by mall.}
The t?t ir?teri?li ?Ski vofanai ord
&jjy-jcv3\war3 otpaitnoc hcveir,dc
POWER'S O?cta. C?abcnd ?1??
fosea (Se world cw They aw miiein
beer, cr jefa? for ?ll cf wt work.
end ?wmraert bonwthe 3IGN Op
Tile rlirl bouvannedta ?ivc ?t
i:foctien.A!l refold iakn sdi then.
raia CA;?3??H ci?pfleireaTO ?H.
MtHionr,of U.Al.C. Shot Sheils
are sold each year. They arc
made ia the largest cartridge
factory in the world.
The UM METALLIC GfiRTRiDGE GO.
? r.lOGEPOP.T, CON?.
sells them. Catalog *ont 0
3^ upoatequcsi h
LIMITED MEANS OR EDUC
ALI. OUR 6,000 GRADUATE
ll. lt. FAJtK VM M.
DOAK!) AT 88. CO.
500 i'"re? Co ?tries.
" It's the shots that
"Rifle and Pistol Cartr
they shoot accurately a
trating blow. This is th<
if you insist on having tl
_ ALL DEALERS SELL WIN
GUARANTEED CURE for alt bowe! trouble?
blood, wind on the stomach, bloated bowels, fe
paina after catic.i;, liver trouble, sallo*/ skin am
regularly you arc sick. Constipation kills mon
starts chronic tulmcntu and Ic-nR ycart cf suffer
CASCARET3 today, fer you will never eet we
right Take nu- advice, start with Cascarete
money refunded. The termine tablet ctampet
booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Crimps
uring' the Spring'
j Lassitude, Los?
MISS BERTHA M. RT]
Kiss Rush Suffered With Systai
Ko Appetite, Grew Thin and Ematfiat
"Woman After a Course of Pe-ru-na,
IJIB ? B S B 3 B O 0 Sj O O B B
fl ii ?SBQBBBBBOOOO BI
If yon do not receive prompt and m
Peruna, write at once to Dr. Habilitai
case, and .'ic ictll be pleased to give y
Address J)r. Hartman, Presidei
Congressman Bede, of Minnesota,
.as one of the guests at the dinner ot
lie old 2nd army corps in Washington
nd was assigned to speak to one of
he regular toasts. He began by de
tering he .was not accustomed to
peaking to so distinguished an as
embly. "The most of my friends," said
c. "are in Congress or thc peniten
iary. Tbe ether day up there-I mean
ri the House, not in the penitentiary
he chaplain asked the Lord to look
lown on us. Some of us thought that
vas pretty hard, inasmuch as most
nen had been doing it, and we didn't
co why the Lord should be asked to
idd to our humiliation."
I Jj* Piedmont TeacK
ers' Union 5'
for ftchnoN :inii coHesro? without
cont lu any part of the I'- fi. Po?i
ItOHM ure ?ecwretl l'or worthy teach
er* In any ol' thc Slate* acaire iL
i? any vac?nele* nt present, Correspondence
ol lei ted. Aildre??
Charlotte, \. C.
X proved Circu
JMOH VI IVIS L LU l?x Baw Milk,
3 with Herc's Universal Lo;: Beams,Reetilln
?ear. Simultaneous Set Woi-ksancl the Kea
3cook-King Variable Feed Works are unex
? celled for xcccu.vcv, SIMPLICITY; DOTUMfr
jflTY AND EASE OK OPERATION. Wl itC for full
3 descriptive circulars. Manufactured by thc
3SALEM ritON WOKKS.Winston-Salem.N.C. ^
Removes oU swelling in S to 20
dav8 ; effects a peruiauent cure
inmoto 60 days. Trial treatment
given free. Nothingcan be faire:
Write Dr. H. H. Creon's Sons.
Scociail?ts. Cox R Atlanta. Qa
?ohR W. Atkinson Co.,
[.atilt*, Oil.??? t'iiriilulto*, ?kc. Try Thin
'Standard" Hendy .Mixed Itoaws Paints.
.IO LOESER FATAL ??RE? ??
l"."l"nll!l EllXlR OF
RADlilM ?itlioiii tain. plaiter.
Mlle; nl?o poiitlrply cur?
chfoolC blood i??e??i ami Cou
low I'lank icm free,
riu-aicianit Home Cure, 1818 Girard Aie., Pbilatla., F?
CURES ALL ELSE FAILS. .
Best Cough cjrup. Tastes GuoU. Uee
In time. Sold by druKKlne.
BY A $5,000
ATION NO HINDRANCE.
S AT WORK.
WRITE T.'iP a Y TO
JS. COLLEGE, Macon Ga.
hit that count. " Winchester
idges in all calibers hit, that is,
nd strike a good, hard, pene
; kind of cartridges you will get,
ie time-tried Winchester make.
CHESTER MAKE OF CARTRIDGES.
i, tippcndicitls, biliousness, bad breath, bad
ml mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples,
i dizziness. When your bowels don't movo
; people than all other diseases toRCther. It
Inj;. No matter what alls you, start talcing
ll and stay well until you jet your bowels
toiay under absoluta j-uarnoteo to cora or
i C C C. Never ?old In bulk. Samplo and fl
ny, Chicago or New York. : 50a ^Jj
E2 E2 3
s of Appetite
ey Need is
. : , V <:>.:<, - \- : \ v;:-v,?V
nie Catarrh-Was Herron?, Hal ??
;ed. She Now looks Liks a New
ntlsfactory results from the use o/f
i, giving a full .statement of your ?
ou his valuable advice gratis. \
it of Thc Hariman Sanitarium, $
Write M or cale ?1
Alnbr.otino dealer for
j particulars and freo cample card of
Tho Sanitary V7all Ooatlnrr
rx.iroysdls^asaecraiaezid verala. SOTO
I rubs orscaiea. Voa caa apply It-rais wlln
oold water, Beantirul e?recla ID wbltc ana
delicate tints, nf ct a d:ecaisc.brcedlrg, out
of-date liot-wator ciao preparation. tar/
Alabaail no ia 0 to. pasias". pro|<r!y lo
bolled, of point, hardware asd drug SSSSB
.. Elna on De corolla c.-1 codi ?ur AulirB
ideas tree. AUBA5ILU CO., Grui Ri jill, Hitter
pr 185 Waler SU R. H,
A Large Trial Box and book cf in
structions absolutely Free and Post"
paid, enough to prove the value cf
Paxtino is in powder
form to dissolve la
and far superior to liquid
cr. lise pt ks corta;.- ir. z
alcohol which Irritates
inflamed surfaces, ard
have no cleansing prop
erties. Thc contents
o? every box ma'.;cs
more Antiseptic Solu
tion - lar ts longer
goes further-bas more
uses In the family and
dec J m ore good than any
you can buy.
The formula of a noted Boston physician,
and used with great success as a Vaginal
Wash, for Leucorrhoa, Pelvic Catarrh, Nasa!
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Sore Eyes, Cuts,
and all soreness of mucus membrane.
In local treatment of femalo ills Paxtineis
invaluable. Used as a Vaginal "Wash wo
challenge tho world to produce its equal for
thoroughness. It is a revelation in cleansing
and healing power; it kills all germs which
Cause inflammation and discharges.
All lending druggists keep rax ti nc; price, 60c.
a box; if yours does not, send to ?3 for lt. Don't
take a substituto - there is nothing like Paztlne.
Write for tho Free Box of Paxtino tooday.
E. PAXTON CO., 7 Pope Bldg., Boston. Kass.
A Golden Rule
Be good to your land and your crop
will be good. Plenty of
*3.B&*3 SHOES B
AV. it. Douglas
shoes have by theil*
cosy-fitting, ii n ?I
the largest sale of
any shoos lu tho
They arc .inst as goo.l
as thoso that cost you
S4 to S3 -tho only
difference is tho price.
Look for hamo and
price on bottom.
Doublait uses Corona I.
Coltskin, which isoverywhero conceded to
bethe (met Patent Leather yet produced.
Fast Color Eyelets used. Shoe? by niall.S?cext ra,
Write foi catalog. W.L. Do II sins, Brockton, Maw.
Thc DcLoach Patent Variable Friction Peed
Saw Mill wjth 4 h. p. cuts 2,000 feet per day. AH
sires and prices to suit. DeI,onch Shingle Milli.
Edgers. Trimmers, Planers ; Corn and Bu1 r
Mills. Water Wheels, Iflih Mill9, Wood Saw*.
Our handiome new Catalog will interest x o i,
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