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Often fr:pu>ed hy Newspapers, They
Cuti h old ' Constant lituder" Again
"Notwithstanding the fact that we
are generally credited with being a
uewspaper reading nation, I am often ,
tempted to believe that there must he
many millions of intelligent persons
in the United States who never so
much as glance at the headlines of a
newspaper," remarked an officer of
the postoffioo department. "At any
rate, if these millions to whom I refer
ever actually do read the newspapers,
their gullibility must he so profound
as to bo unfathomable. Thc postollicc
department is constantly issuing fraud
orders against individuals and alleged
firms engaged in getting rich in the
operation of schemes that it would
seem any shrewd child of 10 ought to
bc able to eeo through without the
"The other day, for example, the
department got after a chap out in
Cincinnati who for home mouths had
been conducting what he called a 'turf
bureau', lie alleged in his really ad
mirably written circulars that he bad
private and absolutely certain meth
ods of obtaining informa?ion as to thc
horses that were slated to win races
on tracks allover thc United States,
and he guaranteed returns in tremen
dous proportious. Well, wheu we
looked this fellow up, he promptly
skipped, and his incoming mail was
seized. It sccniB incredible, but every
day's mail brought io thousands of
dollars, in amounts ranging from $5
actually up to $500, and thc letters in
closing cash and checks were nearly
all of them apparently written by per
sons of education. The book in which
the man kept his simple account of
cash received showed that since ho
put his scheme into operation ho had
taken in no less a sum than $105,000,
almost out of the question as it may
appear. He has got away, but, even
If he is captured, I very much doubt
if any very heavy punishment can be
visited upon him. These (dippery
chaps who work their dodges by means
of the maila have thc money to employ
first rate lawyers, and those lawyers
can generally successfully construe
their clients' circulars as not having
really promised anything to the gulls
"The cudless chains 6chernes that
thc dcpaitment runs down year after
year aro all of them money makers
for their operators. It would actually
seem as if all a 'busted' individual had
to do to get rich is to get a lot of circu
lars printed and send them out, bor
rowin the money for postage, and
thcro will alwayB bo enough gulls to
start him on his way. The cherry
tree soheme worked by a gang of
Southern men, ono of them a clergy
man, was a colossal success for its
promoters, and yet not a man in tho
crowd had a coin to bless himself
with when they started tho endless
chain scheme in motion. Tho more
recent fountain pen fraud, worked by
a couple of Pennsylvanians, yielded
returns that went into tho thousands
every day, and I haven't a doubt in
life that any number of similar end
less chain schemes aro being worked
' When the butter won't
come put a penny in the
churn," is an old time dairy
proverb. It often seems to
work though no one has ever
When mothers are worried
because the children do not
gain strength and flesh we
cay give them Scott's Emul
It is like the penny in the
milk because it works and
because there is something
astonishing about it.
Scott's Emulsion is simply
a milk of pure cod liver oil
with some hypophosphites
especia1 ly prepared for delicate
Children take to it naturally j
because they like the taste
and the remedy takes just as
naturally to the children be
cause it is so perfectly adapted
to their wants.
For all weak and pale and
thin children Scott's Emulsion
is the most satisfactory treat
We will send you
the penny, /. e., a
He sure that thts plctore tn
the form ot a label is on the
wrapper of every boula o?
Emulsion you buy.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Soc. and f i.eo ; all druggist*.
t'iis ver) day thai wv. .-hill have lu to
:.t I vv later on.
" i lt?? people who bite ".i these cud
. less chain schemed all obviously want
a whole lot for nothing, or little or
nothing, and this, combined with their
strange simplicity, is at thc bottom of
the success of the fellows who attempt
to make their fortuuc through the use
of the uHls.
"Voa would naturally suppose that
persons sufficiently intelligent to pos
sess au interest in stock speculation
would bc able to steer clear of 'invest
ment agents' whom they only know of
through circulars, would you not?
And yet the department is constantly
in receipt of tales of woe from indivi
duals who have invested sizable sums
of money with New York and Chicago
swindlers claiming to conduct specula
tive businesses, who operate entirely
through the mails. These outfits are
broken up by the United States post
office authorities as soon as their
fraudulent character is clearly estab
lished, but it seems impossible to
drive these fellows who run these al
leged investment agencies wholly out
"Tho game's so easy for them, and
they are fully aware of thc great diffi
culty found convicting them. As
soon as one 'brokerage' firm that car
ries on its business entirely by ?nail is
smashed, thc men who hav.c been suc
cessfully conducting it simply move
down to another block and open up
another firm name. Thc shift onlv
involves their getting out another
batch of literature. The thousand?
and thousands of dollars which these
sharpers take in year io and year oui
from people whose way of expressing
themselves on paper makes it paten!
that they are educated mon and wo
men, is a perpetual source of astonish
ment to me.
"Thc smaller fry of the mail swind
lers are the fellows who advertise that
they will t-end solid gold watches, anc
all that sort of things upon receipt o'
one dollar. Now, doesn't it seem rea
sonable to imagine that any man o
woman sane enough KO run loose in i
civilized community ought to knov
perfectly well that a solid gold watch
or whatever other article* it may bi
perhaps a'genuine diamond ring,' can
not be bought for the sum of oue dol
lar? And yet there arc responses ti
these ads. reaching literally into th'
.millions and the promoters of thea
dodges nearly always get rich. Las
year wc routed out a fellow in Iiostoi
who advertised in a very ?labor?t
and splurgy fashion throughout th
country that ho had got hold of a lo
of lucky stones, on his travels througl
India, which he was willing to purvc.
by mail upon tho receipt of a dolla
per stone. The money that chap go
was something fabulous. Thc dollar
were just raining in when the inspec
tors swooped down on his office an
cleaned him out. Ho didn't caro the
whether he was cleaned out or not
Ile had got tho money.
"Something over a yoar ago the di
partment nailed a clover woman wh
was operating her little dodge down i
Florida-a woman of tremondou
shrewdness this one was, sure enougt
She advertised and sont out oirculai
to tho effect that shu was a natura
born healer of any old disease tht
was ever included in a medicino bool
mental or physical, and set forth th
fact that, if anything, she was som
better as an 'absent healer' than ali
was as a contact healer. All the pe
sou afflicted with any sort of discasi
had to do was to hike a five-dollar not
along to her and she would spend th
minutes at a certain hour of the da
or night thinking of the perron
nutting the money. Thus the afili?te
one would be made whole. If I r
member oorrcctly, this little wotha
pulled in something like#200,000 wit
her Boheme, and if she had really d
voted five minutes of thought eac
day to each of her subscribers the du
would have had to be about tv
months long. Tho beauty of the sin
at ion in her case was that absolute!
nothing could be dono in the way <
punishment to her. She clung to
when nailed that she really was an al
Si'nt healer all right-although tho
was a merry twinkle in her eye as si
said it-and tho government hadn
any way of proving that she wasn
what she claimed to bc, even had tl
government been disposed to esta
lish any such contention.
"Not in recent years have any
these mail swindlers been so bold ;
that humorist who, advertising that!
would send a certain way of gettii
rich on receipt of a dollar, sent o
little slips containing the word
'Work like the devil and nove?* spei
a cent,' but manipulators of the mai
almost as brazen are constantly r
quiring suppression. When one sto
to roflect upon how many yoara th
sort of mail swindling has been gob
on, and then considers how many te
of millions of newspapers containii
accounts of such swindlers aro co
stantly being thrown off of Americ
presses, one is tempted to tako sto
in that old aphorism of Hungry Joe
that 'there's a sucker born cvory mi
ute and they never dio.' "-Washit
ion Evening Star.
- A widow ?aas nothing but woi
of prai.-c for her lato husband but ii
different with a sleepy wife.
HIS MEMORY WAS GOOD.
He Knew When and How Columbus
Cams Ashore at Nac3au.
Down in Nassau, Now Providence,
that quaint town which favored
Am?ricain) visit in thc winter
months, there stands a statue of Co
lumbus. It isn't much of a statue,
being after the swashbuckler order
of architecture, but anyway it serves
to remind visitors to the Bahamas
that ita original first landed on an
island in that chain. Being tho only
statue of account in thc island, it is
known of all men and is of special
importance in tho eyes of the ne
groes, who point to it with pride
and date occurrences relatively re
cent from the time of its erection.
The knowledge of historical events
displayed by the "mun and brother"
is pretty accurately indicated in the
tale they tell in Nassau respecting
the occasion, a few yours ugo, that
Columbus appeared in court. The
lawyer for the defense, attempting
tn impeach the veracity of plaintiff's
witness, an old colored man o?
doubtful antecedents, asked:
"So you say you've lived ] ore
"Vis, boss, I hos."
"Then I suppose you rem?mbor
clearly when Columbus landed
"Oh, vis, boss, I does 'member
dat 's thickly."
"Oh, you do?"
"Vis, sub; Buttcnly, boss."
"That will do, your honor. This
witness' memory is evidently defec
tive, and I claim a verdict for my
The judge seemed inclined that
way, too, when the plaintiff's law
yer interposed: "Wait a moment,
gentlemen. Perhaps my witness is
not so far wrong after all. Now,
Cuffie, tell us when was it you saw
Columbus land and how did no come
"Well, boss, I fink 'twas *bout
twenty vear ago, an' C'lumbus ho
come asho' in do big boxes !"-New
Kill or Cure.
In a Cornish fishing village a
miserly old fellow's wife fell ill, and
bc called in a doctor.
"I nm willing," ho said, "to pay
you liberally for your sorvices. Do
what you can for my poor wife.
Here is ?5 ready for you, kill or
The woman died, and the doctor
asked for his money.
"Doctor," said the bereaved one,
"did you kill :ny wife?"
"Croat Scott! No. I did all I
could to save her."
"Did you cure her?" demanded
"No; she died in spite of all ray
"Then," said thc miser, "I don't
see what you arc bothering me
about. Our contract was ?5, kill or
cure, and on your own admission
you have done neither."-London
The Coonskin Coat.
Ontario is being depopulated by
the annual procession of gontlemen
from the west in coonskin coats.
Every old friend is ablo to make a
near guess at tho cash value of tho
clothes which the western pioneer
carried away from the Ontario vil
lage which he still calls home.
The public spectacle of tho coon
skin coat and tho public recollection
of the cast off clothing in which the
returned prodigal started away from
Ontario combino in an eloquent tes
timonial to the prosperity giving
qualities of life in tho we9t.
The coonskin coat is tho ormamb
of tho western movement. The vis
itor from the west in his garb of
prosperity stirs tho soul of Ontario's
nome staying youth with a wild am
bition to go west and grow up into
thc grandeur of similar garments.
To Stand an Eg- on End.
Wo believe that others cracked
eggs before Columbus, as they have
sinco, and stood them on ond, too,
but as there is another way of bal
ancing an egg without resorting to
such unfair means we submit this
explanation as probably tho true
one of Columbus' feat. If a freshly
laid hen's egg be violently shaken
so as to thoroughly mix tho yolk
and white and also to fracture the
air sack and allow thc contained
air to rise, it is simply a question
of manual dexterity, within the
reach of all, to balance an egg with
out c rucking it on a perfectly
"There is something in this pa
per," said Mrs. Chugwater, "about
a 'real estate pool' and a 'railway I
pool.' What docs that mean ? What
are they ?"
"They are merely organizations
of business men," replied Mr. Chug- j
"Then why do they call them
"That's on account of *he water
in their stocks, I suppose. Women
can't understand these things. Don't
bother me."-Chicago Tribune.
- Tho Government coined during
tho last fiscal year 79,611,143 pennies
and 20/130,213 ninkcl five-cents piceos.
Of tho pennies Pennsylvania got 4,
000,000, New York, 10,000,000, Massa
chusetts, 5,000,000. So many pennies
aro lost that it is necessary to make
from 60,000,000 te 00,000,000 of them
every year. ^
- The greatest trouble with tho av
erage reformer is that ho begins work
too far away from home.
HIa Manner Cured One Man'c Taste
For a Seafaring Life.
One day. perceiving a man-of-war
i in port, and a fine looking officer on
the quarter deck walking to and fro
! under an awning, I ventured on I
j board und accosted him with all due I
1 respect, ns 1 thought then and as I ?
j still believe. I have quite forgotten j
I whut I was starting to say, but I re- j
j member well thc curt command
j that cut me short-"Take off your j
hut when you address a gentleman !"
j uttered without discontinuing his
walk or turning his face, which he
I carried ptraight before him.
If he had '?urled a binnacle at
mc or a bow anchor or anything else
nnvni und characteristic, I couldn't
have been more astounded. As he
| wore Iiis own cap (handsomely gold
j laced, as I seo him in'my mind's eye
; still) and we were in the open air
! but for tho awning, I couldn't possi
? bly see how I lind merited so brutal
, a rebuff. I stared nt him a ino
i ment, stilling with astonishment and ;
j humiliation and indignant enough j
I to hurl back at him anything in his 1
! own line, a capstan or a-forecastle, j
' I was too angry to make a discrim
i inating choice. Fortunately I had
\ sense enough left to reflect that ho
i MUS in his own little kingdom and ?
that if I wasn't pleased with the 1
; manners and customs of thc country |
? thc sooner I took myself out of it
the better. I turned my back on
lum abruptly and left the ship,
choking down my wrath, but think
ing intently-too late, as was my
habit-of the killingly sarcastic re
tort I might have made.
Thus was- quenched in me the last
flickering ember of inclination for a
seafaring life,-J. T. Trowbridge in
Knew the Man.
An assistant at thc New York
Lnw library Meat to the librarian
ono time in a state of great agita
"There's a stout old man sitting
ia an alcove almost out of sight,
und ho acts as if he owned the whole
library, and he wants me to bring
him about half the books there are
in the building, and ? think he;s
Thc librarian thought a moment
and thou asked:
"Big, fat man?"
"Coat bunched up in the back an
trousers bagged at the knees?"
"Well, you'just get. a hustle on
yoi?, young man, and bring him ev
ery book ho wants if ho asks for the
whole library. That man's Tom
A Delicate Point In Golf.
A golf fiend writes to our query
editor us follows: "I was playing
golf against a friend thc other day
and after a magnificent drive was
astounded to see a cow swallow my
ball. However, I succeeded in driv
ing the cow on to the gre'en and with
many whacks made her disgorge my
ball close to the hole. I then holed
out with the next stroke and claim
ed the hole, as I had done it in two
?trokes, a drive and a putt? *No/
said my friend; 'you took fifteen.'
'How do you make that out?* -I
asked. 'Why/ said he, *you hit the
cow with your cleek thirteen times,
which, with your drive and putt,
makes fifteen. " I have been won
dering if any one has had experi
ences somewhat similar to above.
New York Press.
She was a large woman and not
what you would call handsome, but
then she was an heiress. Still the
designing }'outh might have been
"Miss Tubbs," ho said when he
thought it was about time to bring
matters to a head-"Sarah, for
months past my thoughts and as
pirations have boen centered on one
She smiled encouragingly.
"Miss Tubbs-Sarah, need I say
it? You are that great object I"
And n few moments later tho
would be suitor crept dejectedly
from the house.
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J liiCatoWII Exposition.
The Jamestown Expositiou will have
historic interest unequalled by any
previous affair of (ho kind in this
country. Jamestown was the first per
manent English settlement in the
New World. Ilad it failed, like many
others that were attempted, we might
have been set back a century. From
the small beginning we have grown in
the space of three centuries to be the
foremost Government on earth. Twen
ty million people live within ? night's
ride of the spot. The Company char
tered to prepare for the celebration
has bought land at Sewell's Point,
where took place the first offensive
I operation against the Confederates in
the civil war. A masked battery of
three rifled oann.:o, supported by 2,
000 Confederates, held the point on
the morning of May 21, 1861, when
the Freeborn, Capt. Wood, opened her
guns. It was soon silenced and tho
Confederates driven away.-New York
Willing to Divide.
A Hartford lawyer tells of a client
in one of the adjourning towns who
had a farm to sell. He had recently
sunk a well on it, and thc job costa
pun), consequently when he talked of
disposing of his property tho well
caused him considerable anxiety.
"How much do you ask for the farm?"
thc lawyer asked.
"Waal, I'll tell yer," drawled the
farmer. "I'll sell the place for $700
with the well, and I'll let it go for
$600 without the well."
- Most men take slight applause
for an encore.
- The darker tho room the more
furniture a man's shin can discover in
- When a man gets out to buy grat
itude by lending money he acquires
an assessable interest in a worthless
- Tho meanest trick tho weather
can olav on a wnmnn iu to g?t ?p a
sudden wind storm wheu &ho isn't
dressed for it.
- A woman can Bpend more limo
getting tho c-mbroidory around tho cor
uer of a doyley than a mancaD on pro
moting a railway.
- A fool sometimes profits by his
own experience, but the wise guy al
ways profits by the dearly bought ex
perience of others.
- It is the man who leaves his wife
every morning in a wrapper and curl
papers that can't believe his eyes when
hu meets her in the street.
- Many a man works over time in
trying to convince himself that he is
- Give advice to others if you will,
but take an occasional dose of it your
- The editor of a weekly newspa
per in Australia offers himself as a
prize to the woman who writes the
best essay on the duties of a wife.
- It is not the loudest churoh bell
that brings the most money to the
- In tho last 16 months the rail
ways of Great Britain, although the
most crowded in the world, have not
caused a singlo death. In that time
more than 1,200 persons have been
killed by the railways of the United
States as shown by the accident bul
letins of the interstate commerce com
- Recently a negro killed a white
man in Indiana, Pa., and escaped.
The DLb.oefl wero ordered to leave and
failing to comply with the request the
white residents yesterday attaoked the
negroes shtoks and pulled them down.
The negroes then departed.
- Many a man's financial embarrass
ment may be attributed to the fact
that he spent a lot of money in trying
to get something for nothing.
- A caterpillar cannot see more
than a centimeter ahead; that is to
say, less thau two-fifths of an inoh.
The hair ou tho body is said to be of
aa muoh use ?is its eyes in letting it
know what is goiug on and around.
- You have doubtless observed
that the average mau puts in so muoh
time preaching he hat) but little time
you are liable to feel the need of a.
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pounded from the extracta of roots,
tain other purifying and alterative
m, Indigestion, Constipation, Boil?.
lg from imputier* in the blood.
.OIOS and Insist on gaiting st*
of Uombtfnl ?olmo.
. Baltimore, lld., U. S. A.
I W nen the cold VY ave fl ag is up Jr Winter
? is here ia earnest, and with it all the miserable symptoms ol Catarrh
! return-blinding headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges
j from the nose ss? throat, a hacking- cough and pain in Ute chest, bac*
taste iu the mouth, fetid breath, nausea and all that makes Catarrh the
most sickening and disgusting of all cemplaints. It causes a feeling of pet.
eon al defilement and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious whHe
in the company of othtaa. " . " . _
In spit?of Ll effort, to prevent it *?~iZS^?^\
the filthy secretions and mucous mat- tlu?ttwoompwtl?.di^J?^J^
ter find their way into the Stomach mao un drop pis a* in th* throat ac??'
and are distributed by the blood to atant destrato hawk and a^it,f*?iW
every nook and corner of the system; of dzynooo ia the throat, oonah OM
the Stomach and Kidneys, in fact apittin? upon riain* la tb? tooran, >
every organ and part of the body, be- formina-in the noa?, whioh?
come infected with the catarrhs! quired much efiort tc blow out, son?,
noison Thia disease is rarelv if ever time? causing tho noa? to bleed ami
poison, i nis aisease is rarely, ? ever, iaftvlnff ^ a ?lok haadac?M
eveninitsearliest stages, a purely local had thnu lnffwed f??flv6 JJJ* I
disease or simple inflammation of the j oommenced to talcs 8. 8. a aas
nose and throat, and this is w/iy sprays, after I had takcm thrso largo bo^uf
washes, powders and the various in- I noticed a chane? for the batu/,
haling mixtures fail to cure. Heredity Thus encouraged,! continued to taV
is sometimes back of it-parents have ** a?4 ,n a short -while woe entirely'
it and so do their children. 0tt*e4- ?H?SOJf ^ELLA*.
In the treatment of Catarrh, anti- Main and Vine Sts.,aiohmond, vj
septic and soothing washes are good for cleansing purposes or clearing tin'
head and throat, but this is the extent of their usefulness. To cure Catarrh!
permanently, the blood must be purified and the system relieved of its load'
of foul secretions, and the remedy to accomplish this is S. S. 8. which has
S_ ^?mm^^ no equal as a blood purifier. It restores
nf*V-n7l| ?itW Illili tho blood to a natural, healthy state and
S, ^^7*^ \ *Kna.7^ catarrh al poison and efiete matter
^?^^V ure carried out of tho system through tte'
lbw jMl law jl proper channels. 8. S. 8. restorestot?&
%^^aV K^^y blood all ita good qualities, and when
^^???^ rich, pure blood reaches tho inflamed
membrane and is carried through the circulation to all the Catarrh infected
portions of the body, they soon heal, the mucous discharges cease and the
patient is relieved of the most offensive and humiliating' of all complaints.;
. S. S. S. is a vegetable remedy and contains nothing that could injure the
most delicate constitution. It eurea Catarrh in its most aggravated forms,
and cases apparently incurable and hopeless. Write us if you have Catarrh,
and our physicians will advise you without charge.
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Ttii* Establishment has been Soiling:
-f U _tCJM X'X' U J?-E
IN ANDERSON for more than forty years. Dar'iDg all that time competitors
have come and gone, but wo have remained right here. Wo have always sold
Cheaper than auy others, and during those long years we have not had one dis
satisfied customer. Mistakes will sometimes occur, and if at any time we
found that a customer wa j dissatisfied we did not rest until we had made bim
satisfied. This policy, rigidly adhered to, has made us friends, true and last
ing, aud we can say with pride, but without boasting, that we have the confi
dence of the people nf this section. Wc have a larger Stock of Goods this
season than We have rver had, and we pledge you our word that we have never
sold Furniture at us close a margin of profit as wo are doing now. This ii
proven by tho fact that wo are selling Furniture not only all over Anderson
County but in every Town in the Piedmont section. Come aud see us. You
parents saved money by buying from us, and you? and your children can save
money by buying here, too. We carry EVERYTHING in tho Furniture line,
C. F. TOLLY & SOW, Depot Straet.
The Old Reliable Furuiture Dealeril
NO BETTER PIANOS
Made iu tho world, and no lowei
prices. Absolutely the highest grade
that can be found, and the surprises
how can such high ' grade Pianos be
had Eo reasonable ? Well, it'? this
way : Pianos are being sold at too
great H profit. I save you from 25 to
40 per ctnt in the cost. I am my own
book-keeper, salesman and collector
-the whole ''Show." fee! No
worked-over, second-hand repofsssed
stock. I do not sell that kind, if yoi
are alright your credit ia good withma
Tlu* best Reed Organ 5rJ Ute world is the "Carpenter." f
Will movtf u?-Expresa office December 1st.
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AT HORSE SHOEING
We can serve you proroptlv end ic A
workmanlike manner. Repairs on
Carriages, Buggier and Wagons al
ways secure rio** attention. Tho Wag
ons wa build have nothing but high
_ PAUL E. STEPHENS.
Er A N WER 9?\ LVq
tn? most heallno oaivo In ebsworth?
fl HM- IM ?wt? tiff JmSt.
THE largest, strongest Bank in
Interest Paid on Deposits
By special agreement.
With v?nsurpa?m?d facilities and rosos
cea we ai sat all times prepared to?
en m morl ato our 'Uxtomers.
Jan 10,1000_ 29
MR A. T. ?KELTON haa b?
..gaged hy the Anderson Mutudil
lMUir*nce Co to inspect the buik
insured iu thw Company, and ?
commence work on the first of Jul
Policy-holders are requested to hi
their Policies at hand, so there ?
be no unnecessary delay in the i
ANDERSON MUTUAL PIRK I
BUR ANGE CO.
ttffiLJS AND SfwboL?5
E. 6. MCADAMS,
ATTO?JVISY AT X>A^"
ANDERSON, 8. C
par- Office in Second Story of the J
dnrson Building, over tbs Clothing $
of C. A. R**-??. next door to F?rtt?
and Merchants'B^n lr.
Jan xi, 19US 30