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Occurrences of Interest Prom
All Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A Batch of Live Paragraphs Cover
- ing a Wide Range-What ia Going
On it, Our State.
^ -Oepersl- Cotton Market.^
Galveston quiet"'.... .'. .'. ..10 1-16
New Orleans.easy.-..10 7-3
Mobile steady..10 1-2
Savapuah quiet..10 3-4
Charleston quiet.... ..10 3-4
Norfolk steady ..111-16
Baltimore nominal.ll 1-4
: Memphis steady.. .ll 1-4
St7Lcuis,..steady.. -H 1-4
louisville firm. . .11 1-2
. . Charlotte Cotton Market.
. .-These* pri?es represent thc prices
Good middling1...10 3-4
Strict middling:.. ...10 5-8
Tinges.9 3-4 to 10
Charlotte Produce Market.
Chickens- Spring..12 to 25
Hens-per head..' . .35 to 40
Corn?.. ....72 to 75
Chats-Feed. . ./.50 to 55
?ats--Seed.. .... .. . .55 to 57 T-2
7 Baltimore Produce.
: Ballimore, Oct 29.-Flour quiet un
ehangecU Wheat firm; spot contract
75 1-4 to 75 3-4; Oct. 75 1-4 to 75 3-S;
-Southem. by sample 55 to 70. Corn
finn)*-spot 51 7-8 to 52; Southern
white corn 52 to 54. Oats steady; No.
2, .while 3S 1-2 to 39 : No. 3 do 37
to -38 ; No. 2. mixed 37 to 37 1-2.
. By^,;fi.rm; No. 2, Western export 67
fco ^S: do domestic 73. Butter steady,
unchanged; fancy imitation 21 to 22;
, do-| creamery 27 to 2S; store packed
ifl^toylS. .Eggs firm and higher, 26c.
.Cheese active and unchanged; large
ft?-:5^ ; mediuni .13 7-S; small 14 1-8.
..Sugar steady abd'lower; coarse gran
ulated $5.00; fine -$5.00.
a Mr. McKinney's Statement.
. Seneca, Special-Mr. Z. T. McKin
ney, superintendent of the Seneca
Cotton Mills, was interviewed rela
tive to the report which left Green
ville the day after the big fire here,
as;;coming from him, that it was the
consensus of opinion of the whites
that the town was fired by negroes.
MJ| McKinney was' highly indignant
- that hisT.emarks should have been so
misrepresented. He stated that he
told tfie reporter of a- Greenville
daHy newspaper the circumstances of'
theare and did not iutimate that he
br^aiiyjone .else thought the work was
done--by-negroes. He showed a copy
of the paper containing the interview
with himself, and it contained no ref
erence as to the cause or probable
cause of the fire, but the reports that
were sent from Greenville under cov
er pf .his. name: were' highly mislead
ihgjland did a great amount Of dam
. agq"to the name of the town. There
seems to be absolutely no connection
whatever between-" the fire and the at
tempt the week before to dynamite
the negro colige. There has been no
trouble between the negroes and
whites, and everything is moving
along as quietly as before. The pub
licity given both the above affairs,
in-an- almost libelous manner has
caused much indignation among the
best people here, and it is hoped to
correct it as much as possible.
Predicts Crop of 13,500,000 Bales.
. Greenville/ Spee?al.-Mr. A. J.
Buston, the English cotton expert,
who has just completed a trip over
the South; arrived here. He cabled
his house in Liverpool predicting ?
crop of 13,500.000 bales. It is said
that Texas has ginned just half of the
crop to be raised in that State alone,
Avhiclr indicates a crop of 4,000,000
bal?s for Texas.
Gave Jiiife For Others.
Spartanburg, Special.-Newton Til
litson, fiagman at the Southern Rail
. way's Magnolia street crossing, died
as the result of injuries received by
bit by train No. 337. He at
iptcd to prevent a team from cross
xngJahead of an incoming train and
his-efforts tovsave the lives of two
aged occupants *f the vehicle. The
act of heroism was witnessed by a
crowd of people at the station who
agree that Tillitson received the fatal
injuries in order to save the others.
Shoots Sweetheart, Kills Himself.
New York, Special. - Believing
that he had killed his sweetheart
with the four bullets he fired at he^j
Frank. Dorsey, a clerk- whci?e- hom?
was in Brooklyn, shot himself dead
' in a Fourth, avenue bird store, where
both were employed. The young wo
;v ?inan, ?lissr Xvephr-ie . Schmie*.: wa'
v only slightly-wounded in the leg.
Miss Schmidt had refused t?h marry
Planet, Jr., Ii
cost no" more
AN IMPORTANT RULING
Prosecuting Attorney To Be Exclud
ed From Jury Room.
Calurnbia, S. C., Special-At Green
ville in the Federal Court Judge Wil
liam H. Brawley rendered an impor
tant decision, which affects the prac
tice in enninal cases materially,, anil
is therefore of interest to Fedreal
Court pruceedure throughout tho
country. It iras argued byvan attor
ney that an indictment against some
of the attorne3r,s clients should be
quashed ou the ground that the dis
trict attorney was present in thc
grand jmyrodm while the jury was
delibra ting on the ease, which was
against the spirit of the constitution
on th? subject. Judge Brawley" re
fused to quash the indictments but
he did rale that hereafter the custom
which had prevailed in the Federal
courts in this section for the past
quarter of a century of the district
attorney or his assistant being pres
ent during the actual delibrations of
the jury should cease, though it was
perfectly proper for the district at
torney's office to be represented be
fore the jury before it began its de
librations to point out the law and
see to the swearing of witnesses.
Militia Funds Unexpended.'
Columbia, S. C.-Maj. Patrick J.
Drew, distributing officer of pie
State military establishment, recent
ly presented to Gov. Heyward his re
port of the expenditures on account
of the annual encampment of State
troops at Chiokamauga and the trip
of the State team to the?annual nat
ional target tournament at Sea Girt,
'N. J. The total expenses of the
Chickamauga encampment were $13,
324.48, divided as follows : Third reg
iment, $3.564.4S; Second regiment,
$4.675.70; First regiment, $4,528.10;
special detail,. $586.11. The total
expenses of the Sea Girt team, in
cluding ji?rvices at Charleston for
competition for quaylification,, were
$1,228.95. After deducting these
amounts from his funds, Maj. Drew
had left to his credit, out of the spe
cial appropriation '.of- $1S,000 from -
fhe ? federal 'government, the sum of
$3,416.57, which he forwarded at
once to the assistant treasurer of
thc United States in New York city.
Will Become A Great Port.
Gieenville, Special. - President
Samuel Spencer, of Hie Southern
Rail way, passed through Greenville
on his way to Montgomery, Ak. In
the course of a brief conversation
with a newspaper representative at
the station, Mr. Spence, said that he
believed Charleston was destined to
become a great port at no distant day.
This may be considered a significant
statement in view of thc Southern
Railway 's connections with the South
Carolina metropolis. "A great many
things have worked to Charleston's
disadvantage iu the past," said Mr.
Spencer, "but such a splendid har
bor cannot escape notice."
Law and Order League Meets.
Columbia, Special. - The annual
meeting of the State Temperance Law
and Order League was held in Main
Street Methodist church. There was
not a large attendance, but a great
deal of interest was shown in thc
work the organization is doing. The
report of W. C. Allen as organizer
was read, showing progress in the
organization of leagues all over thc
State. J. W. Hamelr of Lancaster,
was re-elected president, Dr. R. A.
Lacaster, of Columbia, was elected
vice president and Howell Marrell.
of Richland, was re-elected secretary.
Accepts Pastorate of Yorkville
Taraville, Special.-Rev. 1. G. Mur
ray, of LaFayette, Ala., bas signi
fied his acceptance.of a call recently
of the Yorkville Baptist church, and
expects to arrive about Dec. 1st. The
church has been without a pastor^
since the middle of last December.
Rural Mail Carrier in Limbo.
Greenville, S. C., Special.-Robert
Shockley, a rural mail carrier of Lau
rens county, was brought to Green
ville by United States Deputy Mar
shal Philips and lodged in the county
jail. Shockley is charged with irreg
ularities in the conduct of his postal
business on his route. He will bc;]
given, a hearing; before commissioner
Blythe, when thc fact? connected
with the case will he brought outt If
the commissioner decides lo send the
ease up for trial it will probably be
heard at the present term of Federal
Court now in session in this city.
Strike on Southern Pacific.
New Orleans, Special.-Following
the discharge bf 10 men by Master
Mechanic Nolan, all the machinist's
and i?bprers employed by the South
ern Pacific at Algiers struck. Forth
Vice President Wilson of thc Inter
national Machinists, who is herc
from Washington, says the strike
will ext?nd over all the Southern Pa
cifie lines unless tho trouble is nd?
the,20 year kind,
standard of the world,
the orginal best,
for farm and garden.
every rod guaranteed,
grade and reliable goods
: than worthless imitation!.
CHANCES IN CABINET
New Members to Enter Presi
dent's Official family
WILL HAVE A HEBREW MEMBER
Oortelyou to Succeed Shaw and Bona
parte to Fill Moody's Shoes-Sec
retary Metcalf Will Take the Naval
Portfolio, George Von L. Meyer,
Ambassador to Russia, Will Be
Postmaster General and Oscar S.
Straus, Fermer Minister to Turkey,
Will Succeed Metcalf.
Washington, Special.-The follow
ing statement regarding prospective
changes in President Roosevelt's cab
inet was made public:
" "On the retirement of Secretary
Shaw and Attorney General Moody
from the cabinet the following chang
es will be made:
'.'Secretary cf the Treasury-Hon.
George B. Corteiyou.
"'Postmaster General-Hon. George
?Yon L. Meyer.
- "Attorney General-Hun. Charles
"Secretary of the Navy-Hon. Vic
tor II. Metcalf.
"Secretary of Commerce and Labor
-Hon. Osca*r S. Straus."
Thc general understanding for some
time has been that Attorney General
Moody will retire on the 1st of the
coming January and that Secretary
Shaw will follow him on the 4th of
March. On the first of the year,
therefore, Mr. Boneparte, who is now
Secretary of the Navy, will succeed
Mr. Moody as Attorney General and
he will in turn be succeeded by Mr.
Metcalf, the Secretan* of Commerce
and Labor, the latter's place being
filled by Mr. Straus. Mr. Cortelyou
now Postmaster General, will take
Secretary Shaw's place on the 4th of
March at which time Mr. Meyer is
to become Postmaster General.
Mr.'Meyer, who will become Post
master General; is Ambassador to
Russia, to which place he was ap
pointed on March 6,1905,' having been
promoted. to . that office following his
service as" the ambassador to Italy
from 1900 to'1905. He is a native of
Massachusetts and has been well
known as a business man.
Straus Appointment a Surprise.
The appointment of Mr. Straus
caused considerable surprise as it will
be the first case where a citizen of
thc Hebrew faith has been made a ?
member of the President's vabinet.
He was born December 3rd, .1850, and
is well known as a merchant, diplo
mat a^d author. He represented thc
.United States as minister lo Turkey
on two different occasions, and was
appointed by President Roosevelt to
fill the vacaney caused by the death
of cx-President Hams'ou as a mem
ber of the permanent Court of Arbi
tratiou at The Hague.
National Bank Circulation.
Washington, Special.-Acting Sec
retary Keep of the Treasury Depart
ment announced that the applications
for increase in the national bank cir
culation under Secretary Shaw's offer
will be favorably acted upon in the
order in which they arc received at
the Treasury. If, however, the. nat
ional bank should apply for an in
crease of two or three millions ni
even less, it probably would be neces
sary, in the interest of the smaller
banks, to grant thc application as to
only a part of the sum asked for,
and so extend the provileges confer
red by thc Secretary's offer to as
large number of banks as possible.
Items of Interest.
A falling bridge at White Haven,
Pa.,, killed two workmen and injured
Mrs. James Henry Smith, a native
of Baltimore, will wear $500,000 in
deamonds at the New York opera.
Balloting for the control ? of lue
New York Life and Mutual Insur
ance Companies has begun.
The second son of the Gaekwar id
Baroda will enter Harvard Univer
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth unveiled
a memorial to the Northwest Terri
tory ni'Marietta. Ohio
Complete Cot ton, Saw, Grist, Ol I and
fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press
Cane Mill,and Shingle Outfits.
I uildiiif.Bridfe, Factory; Furie
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, M ll
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pip?
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Work*
f?" Rpj ; is Promptly Done
Lita! Iron Works & Supply Co
A Feeling Ballad.
A fly and a flea in a fine
Were imprisoned ; so what could ?ey
Said the fly: "Let us flee."
Said the flea: "Let us fly."
So tliehy flew through a flaw in the
She always addressed him as Mr.
Until he took courage and Kr.
But noAv that they're wed
Like a brute, he has said .
That he wishes to goodness he'd Mr.
Portraits of Napoleon.
The latest census of engravings,
mezzotints, woodcuts and other pub?
llshed portraits of the first Napoleon
fixes the number at above 80,000;
while of caricatures, French aud for*
eign, about 3,200 are known to be in
existence. No celebrity or any age
has been pictured to anything like
the same extent. It Would seem that
almost every artist whose period of
activity was (contemporaneous with
that of the conqueror of Europe gave
expression #at one time or another to
his real or fancied impression of the
features of the man who above all
others filled the public eye. One
French specialist on Napoleonic icon
ography has compiled a volume, "Na-,
poleon Raconte par l'Image," in
which the story of his life is told
in pictures. Every event of import
ance, political, military and domestic
has had its delineator, and the book
containing these illustrations is of
goodly size. Of all the characters of
History, Washington is the only on?
who even approached this record.
The Gulf Lake Waterway.
What would the prosperity of St.
Louis be with a ship channel from the
gulf to the lakes ? Well, it is coming
as surely as the future growth of the
country and demands V>f commerce.
- St. Louis Globe Democrat.
HAD TO USE A CANE.
Weakened Kidneys Made an Elwood,
Ind., MOM'S Back Give Ont.
R. A. Pugh, transfer business, 2020
North B Street, Elwood, Ind., says:
"Kidney trouble laid me up for a long
time, aud when I was
able to be up I had
lo use a' cane. I
had terrible back
aches and pain in the
shoulders. The kid1
ney secretions were
dark colored. After
doctoring in vain I
began using Doau's
Kidney Pills. Three
boxes cured me entirely, and I am
glad to recommend them."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
The Bright Side.
''Anything going on here to
night?" inquired the baking powder
drummer who Avas marooned in Prun
tytown for a number of hours.
"Ek-yah!" replied thc landlord of
the tavern. "Thc village band is go
ing to give a concert in the apery
house for the benefit of old Cap'n
Peebles,, who is doubled up with the
rheumatism. ' '
. "Well, that is certainly too bad!"
"Yes, 'tis; hut, after all, it ain't
as dis old Cap'n lives clear out at the
edge of town, so far away, that he
won't hear any of it if he covers
up his head in the bedclothes, and
"Aw, shucks, though; you meant "that
the rheumatism is-too had, of: course
-hot the band. But then you hain't
heard the band yet!"-Puck.
SPEEDY CURE OF MISS GOODE
8he Is Made Well by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, and
Writes Gratefully to Mrs. Pinkham.
For the wonderful help that she has
found Miss Cora Goode, 255 E. Chicago
Avenue, Chicago, 111., believes it her
duty to write the following letter for
publication, in order that other women
afflicted in the same way may be
benefited as she was. Miss Goode is
president of the Bryn Mawr Lawn
Tennis Club of Chicago. She writes;
Dear Mrs. Pinkkaiu :
'* I tried many different remedies to
build up ray system, which had become run
down from loss of propor rest and unreason
able hours, but nothing seemed to help me.
Mother is a great advocate nf Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Conj pound for female trou
bles, having used it herself some yoai-s ago
Arith gceat success. So I began to take it,
and in less than a month I was able to bo out
of bed and uut of doors, and in three months
I was entirely well. Really I have never felt
so strong and Areli as I have since. "
No other medicine has such a record
of cures of female troubles as has Lydia
E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound.
WTomcn Avho are troubled with pain
ful or irregular periods, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), displacement
of orgnus, inflammation or ulceration,
can be restored to perfect health
and strength by taking Lydia E.
Pinkhains "Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women
to write her for advice. She ha? guided
thousands to health. Ber experience
is very great, and she gives the benefit
of it to all who stand in need of Avise
counsel. She is the daughter-in-laAV of
Lydia E. Pinkham and for twenty-five
years has been advising sick women
free of charge. Address, Lynn, Mass.
There is no satisfaction
keener than being diy / ?
and comfortable > '
when out in the
YOU ARE SURE
OF THIS lr YOU
' BLACK OR YELLOW
1 On sale everywhere
.. tcv.cn eo-'no^reu
-'i-i? t.mO'.xfp rc
Hundreds of Confederate veterans
marched in the parade at the annual
reunion at Roanoke.
The Seaboard Air Line is to spend*
$100,000 in building freight ware
houses in Richmond.
The real issue in New York is
pointed out to be corporate greed and
corruption at Albany,, and thc task
of the voters to pick out the mau bet
ter able to serve the people in their
Four persons are dead, eight miss
ing, two fatally injured and 50 hurt
as the result of a lodging-house fire in
Kansas Citj*. Kau.
A Philadelphia judge severely crit
icised Thomas Dixon, Jr., and sus
tained the Mayor in refusing to allow
"The Clansman" to be played there.
Three hundred drivel's of electric
cabs went on a strike in New York.
Dr. Washington Gladden suggest-,
ed race separation as a solution of
the negro problem.
Rumors of arrests as the result of
charges connected with the building
of the State Capitol at Harrisburg,
are current in Philadelphia.
Three persons were killed and three
eseverely hurt on Long Island by a
train strikinfi a hack as the latter re
turned from a funeral.
Two duels were fought in Havana,
but there were no fatalities..
The Chinese Army maueuvres came
to au end.
Ten thousand stands of old arms
stored in the casements of Morro
Castle, Havana, were thrown into thc
The Japanese Ambassador called on
Secretary Root and protested against
the exclusion of Japanese children
from the public schools of San Fran
A civil service investigator exon
erates Postmaster Samuel L. Lewis,
of York, Pa., of the charge of partis
The Interstate Commerce Comission
decides that railroads cannot use
tickets or passes to pay for advertis
Five survivors out of 150 men who
were on Flagelr houseboat No. 4 when
the hurricane struck the Florida Keys
arrived in Norfolk.
Senator Camden announces the sale
of 355,000 acres of Elkhorn coal lands
i to a syndicate headed by A. R. Chis
olm, of Duluth, Minn.
i Austin Johnson, colored, is being
j tried for the second time in Hen rico
Court on the charge of assaulting
Ruth Pinchbeck, who'is only 10 years
The Supreme Lodge of the Knights
of Pythias adopted new insurance re
The new $3,500,000 Catholic Cath
edral in Pittsburg was dedicated, Car
dinal Gibbons being present.
Charles F. Murphy, the'Tammany
leader, predicts that Hearst will car
ry New York city by 74,000 plurality,
while Chairman 'Connor places it at
Charles E. Hughes, Republican can
didate for Governor in New York,
spoke up Slate, and William R.
???rst. his opponent, toured Gotham.
Mrs. Od richs and her minor sou
iled objection lo (he probating of the
viii ot thc late Herman Oclrichs in
Thc international congress for the
suppression dim "white slave*'
trad.' convened in Paris, thc United
States being represented.
A Hin?ber nf women snf.r?agist
?torraed Hie House of Commons, and
as a result of the disorder eight were
President R.vseyell announced that
Oscar S. Straus? of Nov.- York, would
leeome Secretary of Commerce and
Labor: George von L Meyer, Post
master-General : Chas. J; Nona parte
Attorney-Gene rai : Victor H. Metcalf.
'Secretary nf thc Navy; ?ind George
B. Cbrt.dyou, Secretary of the Treas
Major Dreyfus has sued a paper
?or refusing to retract au alleged er
Postmaster-General Corlelyou esti
mates the expenses of the Postoffiee
Department next year at $2?S,191,090
an increase ot' $15,121,530.
Gen. Horace Porter and a delega
tion initiated President Roosevelt as
ail associate member of Farnworth
Post, Grand Army of Hie Republic.
Congresinan Jone's is this week
making a series of speeches on the
Eastern shore of Virginia.
Nine men "were killed in a mine ex
plosion near Johnston wu, Pa.
The woman suffragists arrested for
..ioting in thc precincts of the House
of Commons refused to give bail to
keep the peace and were sent to jail.
According to a Berlin magazine,
1.5US dog? and 81,312 horses were
eaten in Germany last year.
The Appomattox River has flooded
the lower section of Petersburg.
Bar.m von Acbrentlial has accept
ed i he portfolio of Auslro-Hungarian
Foreign Minister, lo succedd Count
Government officials aro doing all
they can io check tho anti-Japanese
?giiailitm t lui L i- causing resentment
Aliohi'iiey-Gciieral Moody is slated
or Supreme Court Justice. Secre
airv Shaw is expected to retire Jami-,
America Not Represented.
Paris, France, By Cable-The 3rd
international congress of suppression
ol' traille iu women begun its business
sessions with former Premier .Bourg
eois presiding. Considerable regret
is expressed that the United States
is not officially represented .'at thc
congress as it is recognized that tin
co-operation of all the civilized worl?;
is necessary ii' the measures for th?
suppression of tho '''white slave''
t?jfl?? aro io bp mt?fl ofiNiye,
In 1800 and In 1900.
One hundred and six years, tho
Btretch of time lying between 1800
and 1906, is a comparatively short
period measured by the 'ages of the
old world nations, but it includes
within its limits almost the birth aud
practically all the development which
the United States have undergone.
The Department of Commerce and
Labor throws light upon thc course
and the extent of this growth in a
pamhlet recency (issued. In 1800
the area of thc United States was
827,844 square miles, the population
was 5,308,483, the public debt $82,
976,294, the money in circulation,
$16,000,000. In 1906 the area of the
United States, exclusive of Alaska,
is 3,025,300 square miles; the popu
lation, 84,545,000; the public debt,
$964,435,686; the money in circula
tion, $673,327,609 of gold and $188,
474,995 of silver. The total money
in circulation in 1S0O was $26,500,
000, or $5 per citizen, while in 1906
the money' in circulation is $2,744,
483,830, or $32.42 per citizen. ' In
1861 the number of pensioners was
8,636, receiving $1,034,600; in 1906
the number of pensioners is 985,971,
receiving $141,034,652.-Charlotte, N.
SKIN ERUPTIONS 35 YE?TST
Suffered Severely With Eczema All Orcr
Body-AThonsand Thank? to
C ut I eura Bemedloe.
'Tor r-vcr thirty-five years 1 was a se
vere sua'erer from eczema. The eruption
waa net confined to any ODO place. It
was all over my body, limbs, and even on
my head. I am sixty years old and an
old sold:?r, and have been examined by
the Government Board over fifteen times,
and they caid there was no cure for me. 1
have taken all kinds of medicine and have
spent large sums of money for doctors,
without avail. A short time ago 1 decided
to try the Cuticura Remedies, and after
using two cakes of Cuticura Soap, two
boxes rf "uticura Ointment, and two bot
tles of Cuticura Kesolvent, two treatments
in all, I am now well tnd completely
cured. A thousand thanks to CuMcura. I
cannot speak too highly of ?he 'Juticura
Kemedies". John T. Urach, Richmondale,
Ross Co., Ohio, Ju!y 17, 1005."
There is no reason why men should
not love their enemies as they love
themselves, especially if they happen
to be their own worst enemies.
A Good Record.
Out o? all the external remedies on the
market we doubt if there is one that has
thc record of that world-renowned porous
plaster-Allcock's. lt has noir been in use
for sixty years, and still continues lo be
as popular as ever in doing its great work
of relieving our pains and aches, lt fa the
remedy wc all need wl?e? suffering from
any form of ache or pain resulting from
taking cold or over-strain.
Allcock's Plasters arc sold by druggists
in every part of the civilized world.
The greatest length of time which
any bottle has been known to remain
afloat is twenty-one years. A bot
tle containing a message, which was
thrown overboard by au American
sea captain off Newfoundland in
1S7S, was picked up off the west
coast of Ireland early lu 1S99.
T>i?dfrif!is? Cannot BB Cur? 1
hy local applications as they canuot reach th*
diseasednortlonof the ear. Therein only one
way to euro deafness, aud that ls b.- oou?tl
tutlonal remedies. Deafness is ear.snd by a-i
inflamed oonrtitioa of tho nricons Unta? o!
tho Eustachian Tube. When this tube tsin
flamed you have a rumbling sound or imner
fecthoarinsr. ami whai tt is ?ntlrilv olowl
Deafness is the ros'itt, and unie.s? the inflan
mation can bo takeu oak and this tube re
stored to its normal condition, hearin? will
be destroyed forever.- Nine cases out of to t
are caused by catarrh .which is nothinebut au
Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will eive One Hundred Dollars for any
case of T>eaf nessi" caused by catarrh") that nan
not be cured by Hall's Gatarro-Cnre. Send toe
circulars freo. F.J.OHF.KEYA Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Drupirlsts. 7Sc.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Postal facilities in China aro re
ported to he Improving through the
service on fast trains between Pekit'
and Hankow. These are expected to
make the run in thirty-six hours. *
all inflamed, ulcerated and catarrhal con
ditions ot the mucous membrane such as
nasal catarrh, uteri ne catarrh caused
by feminine ills, sore throat, sore
mouth or inflamed eyes by simply
dosing the stomach.
But you surely can cure these stubborc
affections by local treatment with
Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic
which destroys the disease germs,checks
discharges, stops pain, and heals the
inflammation and soreness.
Paxtine represents the most successful
local treatment for feminine ills ever
produced. Thousands of women testify
to this fact. 50 ccnLs at druggists.
Send for Free Trial Box .
THE R. PAXTON CO.. Boston, Mas?.
Made Under U.S.
TheSou?hem Cotton Oil Company
Thc man who marries for money
soldctu becomes round-shouldered
from carrying what he gets.
But few women can ma;iage a flir
tation without bumping up against ?1
lot of troublesome cdm'plicaticus.
If we could only see ourselves as
others see us-but we can't, so there's
no use worrying about it.
Two-thirds nf thc so-called socien
'.'400" ore ciphers,
?h?9 farmer's Wife
Is very careful about her churn. -Sho
scalds lt thoroughly after using, and gives
lt a sun bath to sweeten lt. She knows
that If her churn is sour lt will taint the
butter that ia made in it. The stomach is
a churn. In tho stomach and digestive
and nutritive tracts are performed pro
cesses which are almost exactly like the
churning of butter. Is lt not apparent
thon that if this stomach-churn ls foul it
makes foul all which is put Into it?
The evli of a foul stomach is not alone
the bad taste in the mouth and the foul
breath caused by it, but tho corruption of
the pure current of blood and the dissem
ination of disease throughout the body.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
makes the sour and foul spinach sweet.
It does for the stomach what tho washing
and sun bath do for thechurn-absolutely
removes every tainting or corrupting cle
ment. In this way it cures blotches,
pimples, eruptions, scrofulous swellings,
sores, or open eating ulcers and all
humors or diseases arising from bad blood.
If you have bitter, nasty, foul taste in
your mouth, coated tongue, foul breath,
are weak and easily tired, feel depressed
and despondent, have frequent headaches,
dizzy attacks, gnawing or distress In stom
ach, constipated or Irregular bowels, sour
or bitter risings after eating and poor
appetite, these symptoms, or any consider
able number of them, indicate that you are
suffering from biliousness, torpid or lazy
liver with the usual accompanying indi
gestion, or dyspepsia and their attendant
test, arante fr-flffint* TT""Vgl Et
will b?r?adily proven to your satisfaction
ii you will but mail a postal card request
to Dr. R..V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., for a
free copy of his booklet of extracts from
the standard medical authorities, giving
the names of all the ingredients entering
Into his world-famed medicines and show
ing what the most eminent medical men
of the age say of them.
The dog" rages at the stone, not at
him who throws it.-From the Ger
Mi-s. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
tion, allays paimcureB wind colic, 25c a bottle
The first thing a woman does after
being introduced to a man is to look
at the hands for the purpose of find
ing out whether he works or not.
edi ni^ht lon^ fi
kills the patin -
nerves and in
At all dealers. Pr1<
Dr: Earl S.SIoarv,Bc
depends so much 1
that the least upset
whole system. Il
that count, in worn
The little pains, anc
womanly disorder, ;
It is for just these
has been found so succ?s
in relieving and curing,
female complaints for :
Bettie Arp, of Ballplay, T
under doctors' care for f
little good. I took one
and one dollar's wortl
Draught, and now I am
saved my life. We are
always keep it in the hoi
worst pains and regulate:
Af All Druggist
and frankly, in strictest confidence
age. We will send you FREE:
velope, and a valuable 64-pag
MENT FOR WOMEN." Add
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat!
Mollar* learning hy experience, y<
Wc offer inls to yon for only 25 coot?
even if you rcwrely ktsep them a? i? J
you must tnovrsoMOtlilncab ut tb^iu. To n
experienc; of a prac* len I | bill: ry rnlsor for I
by a mau who put all his mimi, and Unie, ai;
lng-no: as a pastime, bet ?fi ;i business-as;
work, you eau save roany ( nicks annually, r
point ls, lhat you must bo ablfl to detec: iron
and know how to r?medv it. This book wile
dicen.???: to teed for eg-.'s and also for fallout)
and everything, indeed. y.>u should kuow ot
ypt? for I WOE ty? ? ve cents in stamps.
Any man -who is dead In love wi tit
himself should be buried in oblivion.
Tibi bottle 10e At dre* ?tort?
BEST IN THE WORL?
W.LDoug?2s $4 Gilt Edge lins,
cannot ba equalled alan/price.
To Shoe Dealers: ,
W. Douglas" Job
bine Home ls ibo roost
complete lr? f hi? country
SHOES FOB EVERYBODY AT ALL PRICES.
Men's Shoes, $0 to f 1.00. Boy?'Shoos, 23
to$1.2o\ Women's Shoes. W OO to 9i.ee.
JUliace' Oe Children's Shoos, $8.90 to $1.00.
Try W. L. Douglas Womon'sisMisseo and
Clii I dre n's shoes'; for style, fit and wear
' they flzcel other makes.
If I could take you Into my large
factories at Brockton, Mass ??and 5h?w
you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoe*
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, flt better,
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you can obtain W. L.
Douglas shoes. His name and price ls stamped
on the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and inferior shoes. Take no aubttU
tute. Ask your dealer for W. L. Douglas shoe?
find Insist upon having them.
Fast Color Eyelets used; th'ey will not wear brassa.
Write for Illustrated Catalog; of Foll Styles.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Dept. ts. Brockton,Mass.
WATCHES-Write fer our tocal Agency propoiN
tlon. Watch ieee for Introduction of goods. Tours
for square doatlujc awl mutual profit. 0RLEAX3
WATCH CO., Orle, jis, Keb.
- quiets the
upon her functions,
of them affects her
; is the little things
an's life and health,
i other symptoms of
soon lead up to big
ins, serious diseases,
that the use of a
g, female tonic, like
sful, in thousands of cases,
"I had been troubled with
12 months,"' writes Mrs.'
erin., "and although 1 was
our months, they did hut
bottle of Wine of Cardui
i of Thedford's Black
better. I believe Cardui
i poor people, but I shall*
ise." It relieves woman's
s fitful functions. Try it.
s in $1.00 Bottles
ww wm nil uKaaaranm
. telling all your troubles, and siatlng
ADVICE, In plain sealed en
e Book cn "HOME - TREAT
ress : Ladies* Advisory Dept., The
tanooga, Tenn. GHSS ..
r?N ftiflNFY If yo? tbcui Iinlp. You
l i*JnL!1 cannot do tb.'s unless you
-slund iheni and kanwUow to eater to their
rvniutits, an>I you cannot spond years and
>..: iRS'l liny tho know ks! gu acquired by others. -
'. Yon waul them to pay t li fir own way
?verfrtii'i. y>i' i rdCMo bardicFowla judiciously,
?..?i U:I'H waat Te are se JlflK a bn?k Riving.tbe
Oii'y 2ott.) twenty fltttyonw, It was wrlttea
d morey so making a FII?C?-? of Chicken r?'s
\ if v< u will i rnflc by h's t*ouiy-flvo yean?'
ind maV'< your Fowl? rnr? dollars-for yon. Tn?
iblo i i Ihii Poultry Vard as soon as it appears,
tenon yin. lt tel s h"W to. detect and "cure
jg: which fi-wU to .xat . f >r bleeding purpose*!
i this b'jtijcct to ranko it prc ?Pable. . Bent post?
i norm 194 i,wMt4 atu jj, y," ?ty