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AN INTERESTING REPORT
Capt* N. F. Walker's Annual Report j
as Superintendent Submitted to
State Superintendent of Education.
State Superintendent Martin has re
ceived the 56th. annual report of thc
State institution for the education of
the deaf, dumb and blind. The board
of commissioners through, the chair
man, Col. T. J. Moore, have recom
mended that the legislature make the
following appropriations for the year
1905: For support, $24,000; for repairs,
$500; for insurance, $1,444.
The institutions has departments for
: white and for colored children. There
are nine teachers of the. deaf and four
for-, the blind. In addition there are
teachers of painting, drawing and
music, foreman of printing office, fore
man of shoe shop, master of wood
shop, master of shop for blind boys
and instructor of industrial depart
ment for girls.
? In his annual report, the superinten
dent, Capt N. F. Walker, gives an in
teresting historical sketch of the in
stitution, from which he makes the de
duction that less than, a hundred years
ago the defectives of all classes were
considered alike-mutes and imbeciles
being regarded alike by the people at
large. But the work of the State In
stitution at Cedar Springs has made it
clear that the unfortunates defective in
bearing and-sight alone are people of
a high order of consciousness and in
telligence. v ; . ?
"It is very gratifying for us to know,"
says' Superintendent Walker,.,"that a
largo number of our alumni are1 worthy
and self supporting citizens and tax
payers of the State-preachers, teach -
housekeepers, etc. The school is now
?well equipped in all its different de
partments for the advancement of the
intellectual, moral and physical de
velopment of the pupils."
During ?he last scholastic year 179
pupils were enrolled, .116 deaf and 63
blind; 122 white and 57 colored. There
?was only one death, that of little Mary
Jones of Saluda, a mute wh? had just
entered the school. There was no other
illness- in the school and there has not
.been a case of continued fever in the
school for 30 years. The appropriation
last year was a little more than the
amount asked for in the report, for
a laundry, fully equipped, ha" been
added to the plant, and other improve
ments were made.
General Cotton Market.
Cotton futures steady:
Spot cotton easy; sales, 1,750 bales,
including 450 to arrive; quotations un
The future mark?t opened quiet and
from 8 to 10 points down, influenced by
bearish crop movement and lower
Liverpool; also by dispatches from
Texas exhibited by the bear element to
the effect that country bankers of tnat
Staate will only'advance $25 per bale
on cotton when well insured. Trading
today was very quiet, the usual Satur
day dullness being in evidence; the
fluctuations were few and narrow, Jan
uary opened 12 points lower at 7.47,
sold down I point then advanced to
7.57 and finally lost 2 points to 7.55.
The market clcsed steady with net
losses of 3 to 6 points.
Charlotte Cotton Market.
* These figures represent prices paid
Tinges .7 to 7%
Stains .......6 % to 7
South Carolina Items.
The railroad commission's decision
made public last week practically dis
misses the petition of the various com
mercial bodies of the State for the re
duction in in ter-St a tee rates on the
ground that these rates are excessive
and oppressive and above what they
are in North Carolina and Virginia,
and therefore give Virginian cities un
due advantage in this territory over
Charleston and other South Carolina
distributing points. The decision is a
gre?t surprise to those who have been
working for a reduction in the rates
now for over a year, as they had been
confidently expecting a victory. In
the standard cotton tariff a straight
rate of 35 cents is made for over ten
miles, in the fertilizer tariff the rate
is made straight $2,75 instead of a rate
"ranging between $2,75 and $3,05 and in
the rate of flour in barrels there is a
paraller reduction of two cents on each
haul period of ten miles.
Cigars Thirty Years Old.
?' Nehemiah Murkett of East Hamp
ton. Conn., is smoking some cigars
over thirty years old. They were
made by the widow of Stephen
Mitchel!, who sold these cigars, hand
made with Havana filler, for 1 cent
each. - In settling the estate of a deal
er -who bandied them ;Mr. Murkett
came into possession of a box. While
the ?cigars are hard they smoke ex
ceedingly well. . ~.
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CHIOAGO, 111., Oct,, 2,1902.
I suffered with falling and con
gestion of the womb, with severe
pains through-the groins. 1 suf
fered terribly at the time of men
struation, had blinding headaches
and rushing of blood to the brain.
What to try I knew not, for it
seemed that I had tried all and
failed, but I had never tried Wine
of Cardui, that blessed remedy for
sick women. I found it pleasant
to taite and soon knew that I had
the rieht medicine. New blood
seemed zr course through my veins
and after using eleven bottles I
was a well woman. "
Mrt. Bush is now in perfect
health benanee ehe took Wine of
Cardui for menstrual disorders, ||
bearing down pains and blinding
headaches when all other remedies
failed to bring her relief. Any
sufferer m3y secure health by tak
ing Wine of Cardui in her home.
The first bottle convinces the pa
tient she is on the road to health.
For advice in cases requiring
. special directions, address, giving
. symptoms. "The Ladies'.Advisory
Departments" The Chattanooga
Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn,
KEWS OF TI?K FAR EAST.
Mukden reported l?OOJapancse killed
tu au ambuscade.
Thc double-tracking of thc Transsl
terian Railway has begin).
Japanese Geueral Nakamura's
wounded leg was amputated.
General Kuropatkiu reported thal lils
troops buried 230 Japanese bolles.
The question of reinforcing tho Bal
tic fleet with thc Black Sea tl?et was
After four days' fighting Hie .la i ta?
ese in North Manchuria fell bac': be
British r.oliiers were warned by Loni
Lansdown of thc risk they run in sup
plying the belligerents.
It is reported thal Russia li:?? ordercs]
an army division lo proceed trom the
Caucasus lo the Afghan frontier
A Connan steamer. Inden wita clot li
ing, medicine and food, was seized by
a Japanese warship near l'on A rt li nr.
The Mikado said in opening th;; sec
ond Avar Diet: "Our expeditionary
forces bare been victorious in even
Skirmishing was reported Trom lim
Russian front al Mukden and failure
on the part ol* thc Japanese! lo cut com
The Russian War Office wa.? ropo: led
as having received information thal
Field Marshal Oyama's army docs nol
exceed 150.000 men. '
Admiral Voelkersam's division passed
Feritn and headed for Aden. Two bat
tleships, two cruisers and seven de
stroyers, with transports and colliers;
were sighted. *
Dispatches . from Genera) Xogl said
thc Japanese held 203 Moire HUI
against nightly attack?, in which the
Russians had lost, it was estimated.
3000 men. It was added that tho fleet
in the harbor had been badly battered
br .TnDariAc?> tii^ju.
Miser's Trap for Burglars.
In West Philadelphia lives an old
man who is reputed to be a miser and
i he hoarder-of vast sums in his little
nouse, where, he lives alone with a
The old fellow has been visited by
lurgiars four times in the last couple
?f years, but on each occasion the in
siders have been frightened off with
out securing any plunder. Disgusted
vith the failure of the police to catch
be men who have visito:] his house
;o often, the West Fhila?e?phian has
set a neat little trap of his own.
Svery night before going to bcd he
.eaves a decanter half filled with wine
oid several glasses upou r.be dining
room table. The gas is left burning,
JO that the wine will \:ci bc over
looked. The old fellow has carefully
?lugged the wine with a quick-work
.ng opiate and is anxious'}- awaiting
another burglarious visit.
Seagull a Good Barometer.
The seagull makes a splendid living
barometer. If a covey of seagulls fly
seaward early in the mc ming sailors
ind fishermen know that the day will
be fine and the wind fair, but if the
birds Keep inland seafaring teaplc ?
know that the clements will'bo un
favorable. Cf weatherise tish thc
dolphin is thc most remarkable. Dur
ing a fierce gale cr a Etona at sea
the mariner knows that the end ol
it is near if be can see a dolphin, or
a number of that fish, sporting on the
bifrh sea waves.
News ?f the Day.
3frs. Charles W. Fairbanks, wife of
?he Vice President, and president gen
ial of the National Society, D. A. R.,
ias requested all chapters to hold a
colonial tea on January 6, the anniver
?ary of the wedding of George a ad Mar
Marshal Walter Ii. Johnson, of At
lanta, says that President R?oscevelt
told him that he would shortly pay a
visit to Georgia to the home of his
mother's family, near Roswell, that
Slate. The house where his mother was
born is still standing.
Better Fr uits-Be??er Profits
Belier peaches, apples, pears and
berries are produced when Potash
is liberally applied to the soil. To
insure a fui) crop, of choicest quality,
use a fertilizer containing not less
than to per cent, actual .
Send for our practical bocks of information ;
they are not advertidas pamphlets, booming
special fertilizers, but art authoritative
treatise:. Se tn free fcrtlicaskinc
??RMAN KALI WORKS
Ne* Yort-93 Nassau St.,or
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22*? South Broad
A Wonderful Tree.
Most people have heard of the polyp,
that wonderful marine animal which,
cut into a thousand pieces, grows into
a thousand new animals. The same
thing is true of the polyp tree, a
ipecies of cereus, which is abundant
n Paraguay. The minutest piece of
;his tree, cut from whatever part,
jrowb into a new? plant. It is not nec
essary to plant it; all you have to do
!s to throw lt on the ground, when it
will strike root of its own accord.
These plants, with their relatives, the
cacti, have the remarkable hr ?it ot
ierlving their sustenance entin..., from
the rain and the atmosphere, for they
will grow and thrive in clefts in the
naked rock where lhere ls not a parti
cle of earth matter. Their succulent
stems ?re full of a viscous matter
which makes an excellent glue. Rid
ding a garden of thc weird tree would
probably be a difficult business.
God's Greatest Gift,
God pity those who know not touch ol
Who dwell from all their fellows far
Who. Isolated in unpeopled lands.
Know not a friend's communion, heart
Ful pity these-ah, pity these iho more
Who "cf the populous town a desert
Pont in a solitude upon whose shorn
The llo>s ot* sweet compassion ncvoi
These are the dread Saltaras we inclose
About our lives when love wc i>ul
Amid !i?e> rose.?. WA a Steht of rose:
Amid ihc blossoming, nothing but tic
But if "ti? love we search Cor. knowledge
And love that passeth knowledge-God
Who seek the love of he:trt3 find Itt their
Fcace at thc threshold, angels DD lite
rs. Anderson, a
woman of Jacksonv:
Recorder of Deeds,
her signature to the f
Lydia E, Pihkham's
" DEAR MRS. PINKHAM : - Thei
have not at times endured ngonies :
I wish such women knew the value
Compound. It is a remarkable mi
I ever knew and. thoroughly reliabl
" I have seen cases where wornt
nent benefit, who were cured, in less
Vegetable Compound, while othei
came out cured, happy, and in perfe
with this medicine. ? have never i
benefit. A few doses restores my
the entire system. Your medicine
I fully endorse it." - MRS. R. A. I
Mrs. Reed, 2425 E. Cuinberlfi
to write a
with no 1
s % ' omm
!? t Com
When women are troubled with ii
ness, leucorrhcea, displacement or ula
feeling, inflammation of tho ovaries,
indigestion, and nervous prostration,
and true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkh
removes such troubles.
Tho experience and testin;
women of America sro to prove,
PlnkharrTs Vegetable Compoun
once by removing1 thc cause and
and nonna! condition. If fn do
Mass, as thousand? do. Her ad
No other medicine for women
spread and unqualified end?rseme
record of cures bi female troubles.
FORFEIT if we cannot forth
Rt/ory testimonial*; which wm pr
Odds am? Ends.
Prof. Henry S. Graves, dean of the
Forest .School of Yale, has been com
missioned by the bureau of forestry of
the department of agriculture to make
a visit of inspection to the Philippine
Islands. He will make a careful and
scientific study of the forests.
In Sagavia, Northern Spain, stands
one of the most curious structures in
the world, a palace that is known as
"the house of the points," because its
front is carved into innumerable fa
The parish of Montensthorp, thret
miles from Oakham, contains a single
house, with four inhabitants. Th<
house is part of a hall nearly ali
fallen into decay. Occasionally th<
church service is read there. "Liam
court, three miles from Chepstow, ia
another one-dwelling parish,- with
four inhabitants. It has a ruin ol
a church, where services are held at
A delicate Christmas tale appears in
Lipnincolt's for December over the
name of Phoebe Lyde. It called "The
Abbot of Bon-Accord" and describes a
Twelfth-Night masque in charming
Mrs. P. Bninzel, wife of P. Brunzel,
stock dealer, residence 3111 Grand
avenue, Everett, Wash., 6ays: "For'
Of teen years I suf
fered with terrible
pain in my back. I
did not know what
lt was to enjoy a
night's rest and arose
in the morning feel
ing tired und un
refreshed. My suffer
ing sometimes was
When I finished the
first bos of Doan's
Kidney Pills I felt
like a different wo*
mau. I continued'un-#
til I bad taken five boxes. Donn's
Kidney Pills net very effectively, very
promptly, relieve the aching pains and
all other annoying difficulties."
Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. ?.
Tor sale by all druggists. Price 50
cents per box.
A dude preacher generally produces
?ead sermons. So, 51.
The Pines and the Sea.
r ?ove that spot on tho northern shore
Where whispering pifies creep down
To rim old ocean's hoary brow
With a fragrant emerald crown.
Sonic-times he roafti tempestuously,
Swift running, that boisterous sea.
Reaching hoary arms with world-old cun
For the frightened pines that shrink
From his clasp all tremblingly.
Or. mild as a cooing dove, he woos,
With low und l?iigrons waves.
Across the beach of tinted sand
To tho seaweeds" sounding caves;
in qtiir'ring heart Ol summer eve,
When his heart bents restlessly.
Creeping noiselessly, never at peace,
He crave:- a kiss [rora the drooping pines
Thai list tc his minstrelsy.
Then lite moon rkfas bul dn thc blue
Breasting the cloud-billow* free.
Watching the coquetry of the pines
With thr ever-urgent sea:
Shedding a L-snison of light.
As she muses the willie, merrily
Glancing down with silvery smile
On the bridal night "f the stately pines
And tho allrcdnqu?riiig sea.
Ali! spicy pines and wide, deep sea,
The joy of your love distils for me
The fragrance of shores unknown,
Ar.d thc pine-clad heiRhts of poesy.
ille, Fla., daughter of
West, who witnessed
ollowing letter, praises
.e are but few wives and mothers who
and such pain as only women know,
ot' Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
edicine, different in action from any
m doctored for years without perma
than three months after taking your
.s who were chronic and incurable
ict health after a thorough treatment
ised it myself without gaining great
strength and appetite, and tones up
has been tried and found true, hence
LNDERSO>t, 225 Washington St., Jack
md St., Philadelphia, Pa., says :
MRS.. PCNKIIAM:-I feel it my duty
nd tell you the good I have received
[ia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
ve been a great sufferer with female
rying different doctors and medicines
)eneiit. Two years ago I went under
ion, and it left mo in a very .weak
I had t?omach trouble, backache,
lalpitation of the heart, and was very
?; in fact, I ached all over. I find
's is the only medicine that reaches
i troubles, and wonk! cheerfully reo
end Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
pound to all suffering women."
rregular or painful menstruation, weak
2ration of the -o;r?b, that bearing-down
backache, flatulence, general debility,
they should remember tiic/e is one tried
ara's Vegetable Compound at once
lony of some of thc most noted
beyond a question, that Lydia 13.
d will correct all suck trouble at
[ restoring" the organs to a healthy
ubt, write Mrs. Pinkkam at Lynn,
vice is free und helpful.
in. the world has received such wide
int. No other medicine has svr:h a
Refuse to buy any substitute.
trllh produce, tho orlginnl letters and Bigo&tnreB of
r>vu tliulr itbi:oluto (.'?inuiitoiiobv.
ia JE. Tinkijnm Medicine Co., Lynn, tfasa*
But Little Was Done On the Opening
Day Except to Meet and Adjourn
USUAL FORMALITIES OBSERVED
th? Senate in Session Only 13 Min
utes and the House 53 Minutes
Greetings Between Members, thc
Great Floral Display and Numbera
of Beautifully Gowned Women
Among the Visitors Made a Fami
liar but Alv/ays Interesting Scene
Resolutions of Respect For Deceas
Washington, Special.-With the
Senate in session 12 minutes and thc
House 53 Minutes, thc last, session of
the 5Sth Congress was assembled to
day. The time of both bodies was
devoted entirely to the usual formal
ities attended by scenes, familiar, but
always interesting. There were the
greetings between members, thc great
floral display and thc hundreds of
visitors, with beautifully gowned wo
men predominating. Corridors, com
mittee rooms ?hd cloak rooms were
thronged. Thc bustle extended even
to thc floors of tile chambers, although
no weighty legislative problems await
Reading of thc Message.
After listening to thc residing of thc
President's annual message to Con
gress the House adjourned until Wed
nesday. During Cic first 10 minutes
of the session two minor routine mat
ters were disposed of, but out side of
these no other business was transact
Shortly after thc clerk bcgaii to road
thc message printed copies were dis
tributed among the members. Demo
crats and Republicans alike gave dos?
attention to the utterances of the
President and w;ith the aid of the
pirnted copies intently followed the
clerk in thc reading
Upon the conclusion of thc reading
of thc message, which consumed one
hour and 53 minutes., there was loud
applause from thc Republican side.
The message, on motion of Mr.
Payne, was referred to the fcoriinnil.ee
of thc whole House on thc St?tc of
the Union, after which the House ad
In the Senate.
The Senate was in session for more
than two hours, and in addition to
listening to the reading bf thc Presi
dent's message received a preliminary
report from thc merchant marine com
mission, witnessed the induction o?
Senators Knox and Crane into office,
and in executive session referred thc
presidential nominations to the proper
Work of Wednesday;
Upon thc conven ting I he House.
Mr.. Bingham, bf Pennsylvania, from
the committee on appropriations, re
ported the legislative, oxeciuiui and ju
dicial bill, and gave notice that he
would call tho bill up for consideration
immediately after thc reading of thc
journal. The House, on motion of Mr.
Payne, of New York, went into com
mittee of thc whole ff?r Mic purpose of
referrfng certain portions of thc Pres-.
ident's message to the respective com
mittees having jurisdiction of the sev
eial subjects. As soon as this was done,
the House adjourned until tomorrow.
In the Sentate.
The Senate Wednesday reached a
j decision to take a vote oil thc Philip
pine civil government bill; providing
for the construction Of railroads on thc
islands on the 16th Instant, and iii ad
dition transacted considerable other
business. Mr. Platt, of New York cre
ated something of a stir by introducing
a bill providing fbr a reduction bf the
congressional repr?sentation of thc
Southern States on thc ground thal
many of the citizens of those States aro
deprived of their right lo vote, and Mi*.
Scott plunged thc Senate Into an ex
ceptionally early debate by attempting
to secure the passage bf the bill grant
ing pension to the telegraph operators
of the civil war. The debate was not
concluded. A large number of bills and
joint resolutions were Introduced, and
many petitions presented. Thc discus
sion of the time for voting upon thc
. Philippine bill brought out thc fact that
there is a? general understanding that
the Christmas holiday recess will begin
on the 19th instant.
The annual fighl ou Hie Ci' il Service
Commission was begun ih thc Ilou.sc
Thursday during consideration of Un
legislative appropriation bill. Tho op
position (.anio from Messrs. Bartlett
of Georgia. Hepburn, of Iowa, and
Grosvenor, of Ohio.
The legislative bill was scrutinized
carefully in consonance with thc Presi
dent's recommendation against extra
vagance. Mr. Bingham, in charge ol
the bill, was required constantly to ex
plain some particular appropriation.
The pay of the stenographers to com
mittees of the House was reduced from
$?"?,000 per annum to $3.000. and thc
House refused to accept (bc provision
increasing the pay of the secretary to
the Civil Service Commission. Bul
little progress was made on thc hills.
The House Friday passed the legis
lative, executive, and judicial appro
priation bill practically as it came
from thc committee and adjourned
until Monday. With the disposal ol
thc provisions, relating lo jiu; Civil
Service Commission, wmcii yesterday
caused so much discussion and criti
cism, there was no lengthy ricbalo oil
any item today. Throughout the PCS
siou the policy ol' retrenchment held
full sway, and ?.ll attempts to in
crease salaries failed.
By the terms of a concurrent ruso
lution, which was adopted, the House
agreed to adjourn on Dec; lil un Ul .Jan
uary 4, 1905, for thc usual Christmas
IN THE SENATE.
Thc Senate held only a short session
Thursday, and adjourned until Monday.
During the open session an attempt tc
secure consideration of a pure food
bill was defeated by a demand of air.
Aldrich that the bill bc read at length,
which brcught an objection from Mr.
Tillman, who did not want thc time
Mr. Tillman brought the case ot Wil
liam D. Crum, thc colored man nomi
nated for collector of Charleston. S. C..
into prominence by asking for a re
port hom thc commitine on judiciary
as to thc status of recess appctntnieuts;
such as that made in Crunis case in thc
first and second sessions ci' the present
Deputy Kills Negro.
Macon, Ga., Special.-William Jor
dan, a negro, under indictment for bur
glary, was instantly killed near Amer
icus by H. C. Boss, a deputized pincer,
sent to arrest him. Jordan made a
stubborn resistance and seized an axe
but before be could strike Boss, th?
officer drove lils knife into Jordan's
jugular vein, killing him instan'.ly.
Thc officers was then attacked by Inc
wife and son of tho negro he killed.
one wielding thc axe and I bo other a
club, but bc finally eluded them and
loft thc scone. Tho killing, while rc
gietted, was wholly just ?liable.
Pellte Children of East Bolivia.
Capt. Jermann of Rio de Janeiro,
Who recently returned from a Journey
Into the rubber districts of East Bo
livia, almost in the heart of Central
America, visited a town in the very
interior, so far from civilization that
it "required a horseback ride of three
days to get to it. There he found two
schools for boys and one for the glrto
of the place, but only one teacher,
who was an old half-breed. This old
man was drunk when the traveler ar
rived, and remained drunk for two
"But," says C?pt. Jermann, "the chil
dren were just as good and well-be
haved as if tliey were enjoying the
best educational chances tn the world.
They were as polite as the most cul
tured people in the outside world, and
were eager to show me attentions,
without, however, pressing them upon
"They never entered a house, not
even a shop, wimont knocking at the '
door or the side and obtaining permis- j
sion to come in. After this permission j
was given they always took off their ?
6hoes, which they left outside/'
Ducks Led by a Pigeon.
One of the strangest sights ever
seen by sportsmen was witnessed the
other day on the duck pass owned by
Uri Lamprey of St. Paul.
MV. Lamprey and a friend had been i
shooting for some lime when they
observed a flock of ducks coming
along from the north. The ducks were
blue-winged teals and at their head
was a while bird.
"That's queer," said Air. Lamprey;
'i'll take the white bird and see what
Both sportsmen fired, both bringing
down their bird. Upon examination
il was found thal? On? loader of the
ducks was a tame white pigeon.
If anyone has ever before seen a
flock of ducks led by a white pigeon
lt la time for him to rise and say so.
Tho great lesson of tho Manasslfs
campaign seems to be tnat this colin?
'try needs tougher soldiers. There is
a superabundance of tough citizens
that might be made available, the
Philadelphia Inquirer declares. .
New Yorker- 'Oh. yet.. I'm a thor
oughbred Bolteinhiu! My .Artistic na
ture requives atmosphere./' There is so
inucL in thai; you knw?r
Ceusin-from-out-oi';?owii - "Jt-cs, I
suppose so. I never waa lu Wit one
Bohemian pi.nci, .-ind ? thought frere
was a good deni iii tlint atmosphere^
it was priiicirally lohn co smoke!"->J
Detroit Free Press.
STATS OF Oaio, CITY OK TOSSDOV I
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FBAXI? J. CHICKY ataka oath;'that he ii
Feniorpartner ot tho .'Inn or F. J/.CHESBV &
Co., doing business in tho City-of Toledo.
County and .State aforesaid, ace that .said
finn will pay the sum of o>'h KU!TORED nor.
t.Aiis for esu!i nod every easa >(f cATAttrin
I hat cannot b; eorod by-thc us-j of Hit-n's
pATAcnn Cunt? VCAM-: h CH SN ET.
Sworn W before me nU'.l suUf&ribed in ray
. -v__ t presenct'j ?Lii.s G?tefiav ?jf Dccem*
- SEAT, ber,A.P.. 18S:S. ?R.W.?I.EA3O?;.
' -.- ' . ?x'o'.ary Public.
Hall's Ctftarrli <'ni\>. is tai a UM yaffig mir
acts directly >>n tiwi Woori gnTTroieous sw;
faces of thc systoai. Sj?d for td3thr.on.ttLi,
free. P. J. Cnr.yr." .'c Co., Toledo. 0.
Sold hy ali Druggist?, 75 ?.
T;;ko Hall's Family Pills tor constipation.
A Chronic Casi-.
' Oh: he's never sat'?.Usil with a job.
lie's kicking about tho ein; bo's got
"Wny, 1 understood it wns a cinch.
(Ie told me lie bad aosolutcly nothing
"Yes, bul. lie's kicking because he
tas io do ii."-Philadelphia Press.
FIT.S norman eat ly cit re \. NO fits or nervouv
nessaflcr lirst day'.- us-.* of Dr. Kiinu's l?rea';
K?rvei?63torer.i2tr?a] bo:tleand tr^ati-e twa
Ur. Jt. H. KusciLtd.ywiArc?j St..Phtia., P.j.
Automobile train-' arc ro lie run on
(Tagon roa dd in German East Africa as
feeders lo the railway linc*.
Thc Pernria Almanac In it,000,003 Home*.
Thc Penina Lucky Day Almanac; lias
become a fixture in iver eicht million
aomc-. lc can be obtained from ali
druggists tree. Bc Mire lo inquire early,
i'lie 1005 Almanac is already published,
md ihf* sup?)!y will ?o:?n nc exhausted.
Do not pu!, it off. C?et one to-day.
In the museum at Turin arc some war
cartoons 3000 years o!H.
Tiso's Cure cannot be too highly spofeen 61
iga cough cure.-J. W. O'Bnicx, 322Tnird
?renae, il., MtnnoapoHs, Minn.. Jan. G. 11*03,
Almost seven psr cent, of thc cost of
ipenilihg a railway is for coal.
Itch cured in .'30 minutes by Woolford'*
?anitary lotion. Xever fails, iriohl by ali
lruzsists. $1. Mai! orders promptly IK.'ed
jv Dr. L\ Detclion, Crawford;ville. Jud.
For an orchid $32ti-J was recently paid.
Thc recent campaign Is reflected in
he novel by Alden March called "A
tarling Traitor" in Lippin coffs Maga
ine's Christmas number. Mr. March,
hough new as a novelist, has long
leen aa editor of the Philadelphia
Thc mxl time you need Baking
get the greatest satisfaction fra
euing force and thc reasonable ;
beautiful free premiums. The ?
Good Luck coupons. Thei 2 is
iiunierour useful gifts. A little
and tells jow to get them free.
HERE IT SS!
,'ant tb learn dil abouti
Horse'.' How lo Pick
?nt ?. Oood Ono".' Know
inperfections and so
luurd against Frtiud?
>ctect Disease and Kt-j
ret a Cure when r:ame
t possible? Tell UK
ice by tho Teeth? WhRt to call thc Oif
rront Vari'-, of Hie Ani?an 1? How to
.hoo a Horpe Properly? Ali Ibis and
Hier Valuable Information can be ob
?inc-d l?v reading our 100-EAGE I.LliLS
?JRATE? HORSE BOOK, which we will
nrwp.rd, postpaid, on receipt of only .5
tuts tn stamps.
JBCOIC PUP.. HOUSE,
131 Leonard St., NT. Y. Ci ly.
Cn der dale of January JO. 1397. Dr.
Hartman received the folio wing, letter:
".My wife baa been a Bufferer from a
complication of diseases for the past
twenty-five years. Her case has baffled
the skill of some of the most noted phy
sicians. One of her worst troubles was
chronic constipation of several years'
standing. She was also passing through
that most critical period in the life of a
woman-change of life. i
"In June, 3895. 1 wrote to yon about '
lier case. You advised a course of Poru
?a and Manann, which we at once com
menced, and have to say it completely
"About thc same lime I wrote you .
about my own case of catarrh, which
had been of twenty-five years' stand
ing. At times i was almost past going.,
J commenced to use Peruna. accord
ing to your inst ructions.and contin
ued its ii ac for about a year, audit
iias com pletely cu red mc. Youi* rem
edies do all that you claim Jar : li rm.
anderen more;''-John O. Atkinson,
. Jn a letter dated January 1, 2900, Air.
Atkinson fays, after five years' experi
ence with Peru na:
will ever continue ,o peale a
good word for I'eruna. I am still
cured of cati rh.''-John O. Atkin
son, Independence, Mo., Box 271!.
Ask Your Druggist for Free
Try a Smile.
ff thc world wilt not he conquered by a
Try n smile;
uVyour weeping will not raise you when
T. Try a smile.
If a ?tol?fl countenance
tVill nVJt ?ielp your cause advance,
Thaw avlnt and take a chance
^VTry a smile.
If a stow! dotKt make your neighborhood
Tr* a smile;
If an everlasting grumble don't protect
Try ;i' smile.
Dash away thalr childish loar.
?.ii"cli thai sob. ?It's bad lo hear:
Spread your riiutith from ear to ear
Try it smile.
rf you've hud lo let. some stronger fellow
Trv a smile:
Let bim know it takes two lickings
to defeat you- v
Try a smile,
Make him clearly under? Ult ld
Von don't bear the coward's brand;
Make him show bis strongest baud
Try a smile.
ii they've told you you arc going to thc
-rr'~y fl Bolto ?!?
Don't go cutting any desperation cnoocs,
Try a smile.
When you've been so knocked about
That you're nearly down and out,
And arc scheduled for a pout,
Try a smile.
If your very utmost efforts didn't work,
' Trv a smile:
Though you feel thal li must be a sickly
Try a smile.
Show lb" world thai you can do it;
Send a Rig plc gurgling through lt:
Don't s<y ge: H ra?;" ami chev; it
Try a smile.
-Bait Imo rc American.
BALD AND BEARDLESS.
.'Yes," said .thc barber, "old men
and boys arc easily flattered."
"Yes?"' queried thc occupant of the*
.'Yes: you can usiia?iy flatter an old
man by asking him if he wants a hair
cut. and a boy by asking if be wants
a shave."-Philadelphia Pubiii; Led
Removes nil swelling ia S to 30
dav* ; effects a permanent cure
i II 30 lo 6c days. Trial treatment
given free. Xolhingcau bifaire?
Write Ur. M. H. Greon's Sons.
SDO'Jalisis. Box 3 Atlanta,
I Powder bc sure to ask your grocer for the
ai Good Luck Baking Powder because of it
price at which it is sold. Furthermore, by \
gilt clock shown above is one of the pres
a coupon on the label of each can. Cut then
book inside of each can illustrates and cxpl
So great is the demaud tor
thal we are shinning it io carload and
the country. Don t forset in buying " Good
best at the lowest cost. Start to-day with o p
lng and get the beautiful premiums.
" If your grocer doesn't sell "Good Luck'
eec that you are cupplied.
THE SOUTHERN MFG. CO., Ri
- TO FARMERS AND
you cannot spend ycara and dollars
buv thc krioarl?dffo required by otl
cents. You want them to pay theil
[hem as n diversion. In order to handle FOT
thins about them. 'To meet, this want wc ar?
il a practical poultry rals-r for (Only 25f\)
1 man wm.? put all his mind, and time, and
.11 raising-not as a pastime, bul as a buflnei
ly-flve years' work, you can save many '.'hie!
/a rn dollars for you. Tho point is, ihnt you
Poultry Yoi-d as toen ari it appears, and knov
teach vou. it tells how to di tect and cure d
rai toning; whMi Fowls lo Bavo for breedin;
rou should know on thia sublict to make lt
iva cents In setups. BOOK 1'1'WiISHlNl'; 1
i-na in the
Mrs. Aila Schwaiidt, Sanborn, Minn.,
"I have been troubled n illi rheum*
ttis:>i and catarrh /'or twenty-jiva
tears. Could not. s'.eej) da y ur night,
iftcr having nurd Vc ru nu Jean, sleep
ind nothing bother* mc non: 'f 1
'vcr aut ajfccled. itlth any Ki-. . of
Ickness 1'cruna u ill bethe med 'cine
f ?slt?U vue. My non ivan cured oj ca
tt rrh of Ute larynx by Peruna.1'
Mrs. Alta Schwa nd t.
Why Old People Are Especially Liable
to Systemic Catarrh.
When o!d age comes n, catarrk?l dis
eases come also. Systemic catarrh is al
nost. universal in old people.
This explains why Pei una has become
o indispensable io ok! people.* Peruna
s their safeguard. Peruna is the only
emedy yet devised that entirely meets
hess cases. Nothing but an effective
ystemic remedy can cure them.
A reward of "$10,009 has Leen deposited
n the Market Exchange Bank. Coium
JUS, Ohio, as a guarantee that thc above
estimonials arc genuine; that wc hold
n our possession authentic letters cer
.ifying to thc same. During many years'
idvertisinjr wc have never used, in part
>r in who.e, a single spurious testimonial
livery one of our testimoni?is are genuine
inc in the words of the one whose name
Peruna Almanac for 1905.
"I bare t?n ???nc Cmcarrrs f?r Insomnia, irith
rrhicU I hare been slBictuil for over twenty yara.
?ml 1 cnn any t?ir.t t:us<-?.-r:? hare elvin u.i mers
relief iban anj other remedy I havo ever tric-1. I
ilia!! certainly recommend (barn to my friends a?
being all they are represented."
Thor. Gillcrd, E?fflc, IU,
fleaaant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. OoOooi,
Sever Sicken, Weaken cr Grlpi*. 10c. 23c, 50c. Nore*
IOM In bnlic. The penunie tiulet stamped CC C.
jaarantooU to cure or your aiouey back.
Sterling Remedy Cc, Chicago or N.Y. 597
?BISALE,m rniUm SOXES
lest oil Earth
ianit's Planters and Distributers
WE GUARANTEE THEM.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
Write for Prices ?nd Catalogue.
?ANTT flFG. CO., flacon, Ga.
If in need of Corn Mill or Mill
atones you will find il 13 your
interei! to correspond with
CAROLINA MILLSTONE CO..
of Cameron, fi. C. Mmufac
jren of CORN MILLS from ih: famous
Moore Counfz- Gr if.
chn White & Co
ls W irirtrt prit.
nih iv en.lc
Thompson's Eye Water
?ood Luck brand. You will
s positive purity, great leav
ising Good Luck you can get
?ents you can get by saving
ti out, save them and get inc
ains all about thc premiums,
trainload lots to nil parts of
Lucie" you net the >i>osi of tho
ouud can (lCc.\ eejoy your fcak>
' send ue his aasic aud we will
?ss you. understand iticsi and know
. tt? cn IT to 1'ir.ii' r'rtutremurttk, arid
; learning by experience, w you must
lers. We offer this to yon for only 1't
? own way oven if you merely keep
/ls judiciously, yon must know som?
? selling a book giving the experience
twenty-five years. Jr waa witt tun liy
money lo makin? r- success <?f Chick*
ts-and if you will protlt by !.!... twcti
ts annually, and mr:Ke your lVvN
must l>e sur" lo d?:-;- '. tr?'.in inc
.' how to remedy it. This book wi J
Iseaso: to feed ter eggs and aiso for
g purposes; and tw.-yti ir.jr, iudt-eii.
profitable. Sent p?star.id ;>.?r twenty.
tOUff?; :H Leonard S;:;