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UDE J. B. HILL, of the Superior
, Walker county, Georgia,
gks enough of German Syrup to
us voluntarily a strong letter
edorsing it. When men of rank
education thus use and recom
at an article, what they say is
rh the attention of the public.
SItt above suspicion. " I have used
POGerman Syrup," lie says, "for
ir Conghs and Colds on the Throat
rd Lungs. I can recommend it for
pS as a first-class medicine."
S&e no substitute. "
, "katt tu lu~axative. This
I m.end oar arddmre for a fI
Iams w Nedlclem moves
OiATl I! f '. HIIWARD.1.IROT,N.t
A Natural Food.
e- system arise
quickly, from natural
condensation of the life
As foods--it is cod-liver
reinforced, made easy of
and almost as
SSeatt m .eem., . !. Ai dmeasslea
awnuer for, S.1 If W s with or
befire Nov. lit, Im. The
rm ~e r t. muI b Ltawr a.
)AlamMesrehse, bamtrULs sad
MsU. bemse of its clean
dasoiteld eples. No
I will ao. r or er to ooe
Oreer wam She advau
s w. aw. s.. o% o
asseet df as tOee
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FRILLS OF FASHION.
DRESS AND STYLES FOR WO
I'asstla of the Eton Jacket -ome New
Gowns of Latest Make-Very Pretty
Fashlonah!e Gown. with a T.aet St
SNew York IFash'on L' tltr 1
The modes of the moment may be
studied to the |het advantage from the
-hop wind ws. where the panorama of
fashion changes daily to new and more
One of the tirst things noticed is that
the Eton jacket has been called in so
far as street w,.ar is concerned The
new gown must someh,w be made
with a baslque, or two basques: even
three, if her figure and material will
permit Now, the basques of the
rough homespuns, or large, crinkled
crepons, or richly striped and plaided
cheviots, must be cut very long if she
would be up to the lat st fancy, and it
mast flare out widely at the bottom,
where it falls in deep flutes. This
basque, fortunately, may be pieced on
beneath a belt or corded to the waist
NEW AND PRETTT.
with velvet or satin cord. If the dress
is trimmed with velvet, as it is apt to
be just now, the outer basque, when
there are two, will be of velvet, the
under one of cloth.
Now, of course, all window fash
ions are at present experimental. Our
professional designers and c tters are
artistsand each create individual types
and styles, not infrequently opposed
to the others. So there arises diver
slty of design which, happily, per
mite of the wearing of nearly every
thing. If it be worn with the taste and
grace that demonstrate that it is the
result of careful selection, not of
For street gowns the cost opens with
broad revers, which button with a
single button at the waist line, and
show a vest of contrasting color, but
toningr eatly up to the neck, or open
FASIOAL G sm ~ OWN WITH TOUCH OF BLACK
lng with er over a starched shirt
and collas .a 'mart mannish fashion.
buch a drem appears in a window on
one of the waxen women. made of
"0ie serge pert etly plain, faultliesly
m,,t, theb cot buttoniB as the waist
dae with a si, gle enamelled bueton
and showing a bright scarlet waist
c at buttoned to the collar with small
gilt buttons. lor more dressy wrar
the coat has a plastron nf velvet or
satin, handsomely plaited in an odd
one-sided arrange nt that shows the
unmistakable touch of the muaster
A pleasing illustration of this kind
of gown is now o exhibtiom made up
In green cloth flnshed ,ir masd the
bqttom with two very marrow beads
f Persian lamb about two iches
apart '1te skirt opens up the de
with a rever, whieh buttos over
with blac far buttons edged with
gold. 'ihe coat skirtett atremely fail
sad darlng, as edged all aroud with
bhe marrow bands of fur sad opens u
lihe the skIt 7the b me Is fulled
a beneath aot of gold ad jet sad
the fet of the bodies is neaty
overed with the velvet Im emsm
edged with fur sad the plaltsd ga
Sa row of bottms atons we side.
Anothbr thing thit wilt he noticed
is that seem have been revived in
threes nsae. whieh s eaut with two
wide ferms - the bur. amother oa
erm under the arm sad two da to
-ret. tar ws with bead hips
-r·- -- t Lb rJ r Iwod
three kinds. The firs.t and one of the
most promi-ing styles is an outer
skirt shaped precisely like the under
skirt and cut away at the bottom to
fall in deep points all the way round
the skirt or with a point in front and
two n the back. showing in the
sho test places nearly half a yardl of
the underskij t.
1 he second style is formed on what
used to be called the apron overskirt,
and has a shor slightly draped front
breadth with long straight breadths
at the back. lo 'ever, this style is
decidedly ultra, End way not find gen
Sleeves will be of gigot and balloon
sty 'es, close coat sleeves with Huln
garian 'ape. the I'rincess Mlay sleeve
with no fullness at the top, and the
I40 sleeve, whi.ih, fl:r ug widely at
the elbow, promises to gradually
lower the flare until it reaches the
wrist ('oat sleeves are much talked
of. and will be seen on smart tailor
gowns, but now that the rossibilities
of handsome sleeves appear, mo listes
will relinquish them reluctantly and
keep them in favor as long as they
I inally. there is the redingote over
skirt, and it takes no prophet or
daughter of a prophet to toretell that
this graceful, genteel fashion isbound
to become popular. Its revers will
be sharply pointed according to the
new Robespierre model, its lining
will be silky and sumptuous, and its
decorations will be of fur, braiding or
gimp. modestly arranged. It possesses
the unusual advantage of being be
coming to both stout and slim tigures.
Skirts of new gowns measure from
three and a half to five yards round,
and are cut of even length all round,
handsomely fared out at the bottom,
and either left untrimmed or finished
with a very narrow foot trimming of
flat folds or little rolls of fur set on
sometimes with a piping of satin.
These trimmings usually show a con
trasting color, as otherwise they would
be scarcely noticed, so modestly and
neatly are they fashioned. Skirts
show a tendency, too, to open up the
sides over panels, which widen toward
the foot, or are made with s front
breadth of contrasting color, all of
which is a godsend to the woman who
is taller east and west than she is
north and south.
One new style of dress particularly
adapted to home wear is that of the
yoke skirt, fitted closely down over
the hips and having the lower part
gathered on beneath some folds of
trimming, and a very pretty idea is
that of having the lower part of the
skirt scordeon plaited. A pretty dress
of this kind is of rose cashmere and
has black bete ribbons run on in
groups of three rows, and three of the
groups widely sea ed forming the
d. coration. The yoked bodice has ac
cordeon plaited revere and the cos
tume is finished with a satin Direc
toire girdle tying on one side and
with the epds falling to the bottom of
As for materials, to generalize, they
are thick, fluffy and of obscured tints
in wooL Ribbed an t diagonal cloths,
tissues of wool interwoven with silk
threads, fluted, ambered, slightly
glased staffs in two colors, sad even.
multSalored, not all pleasantly mod
erated from the gidsaand asremty,
are th key ncat of the mode The
predomlnatlin colors are gress, blue.
amaraathe, the whole family ot
browns, tan, saun, to the again .
M3 sOwn 0o LoThS 7r on
iwde al brown sad .11 mer w e
misld a with felow. Buat mwetham
al esitdLs al ' and alek with
a misn eof white is the ,gs . ape
Mmead w "WeSt se b1bl cfack semse
w.as Is ps jds.ratlin is lie the Oft
e e ! d M sea s- , ane w ua
tu.m' wit bat
Knows Vl'hen It Will Stiun.
l'lthei totoiae t" no* .:n animal ontie
woull na 'ratliy ti p. , as li Oy tio
he afraid qf rain. but it is -inrilulatrly
lt. "l ,t-ll -fo sI houri or rticTe' hJee
fore', rain falt - the I allahl, s 'l n t ,i.
ustak.' " fn r . l "iI * n i n' rint -telt!lr.
hI I a bri,,ht. v icar r m ugnins. ý i,.t. fn t
"a I " , ,i i . to ii ..n. 1 + I 1 . 1 h * l l . . II , u ,f a
tlOi- ,In tl , i ,1 hi A f, ja n A'e ni t
I)ay he ne- u-nte l rotit e thie- int f-o -
llh. n T.re et.ria-r..c 'te tro,'k: Whtinl
ij? a etii I- ta haul.n- . it ' w
tlh ,t I t'el r ii Is -,I " a ,Ieht i c dll. la '
tle ,xplaied palrtly 'from) th ir',a.- t
tli\in i and pa'tIly I;ro' the nted. ofi
meoist ir"' twhi. h i"s .har''d lit all. Th.'
\ivl,''i',can 'at-hir l l ive. \van'iirin
olf all : eIproac'hinrt thlitdeirstiorIIn, by
sittingt on the low riall.le- leof the.
do,-wveio I tree (whet' l"thi, uniote of
Ihe l fitint with !h. .eanlitc , i n i tl ri
able th tI. ,l.n,,liin.t -t,,oeth inot) and
i i.t ll'ein " 1 1! 11 titt . ." hIIler lhirds.
inclildin, the. f amiliar rlo' in, it is -ail.
ite .' iiillar .et, id, 1 e', t! an i i llp tiltintZ
lhtiiin . ill ilth. \tath e t-.
The Paris SilLorgle.
IThe rIititra'- ofil tie- Paris iaollgn.-,,.
while- noted for his unfailing ,ont-id
tiratlti flor tlhe et'itl whiee gt to tihe
Ifrlegu e to iii. titify fri.-ds and riela
tivts. is neo 1es famous as a humorous
soni writer. lie hats written :iili
wsng. and haliails. A garlln \ hiilch
hle has planted outside the windows
of Iis oelth e is full of sweet pea bloes
om- The seeeds ere taken fr'ora
titl- oeckets olf a dead Ite'onD feoulnd in
.thout lig s-llfln.
AIn Elnglishl authIority. in spe-aking
of heavy g~tn. say-s that the 11 I-ton
gi -ini; -in, i heore, aill tire 9. ordi
nary I.rounds. afte-r which the gun is
unfit for feurthe"r servie. The I67-ton.
lar-inch here. will tire 127 rounds.
atnd the I-.-ton -n, 12-inch bore, will
tire 1.5O roetndt before be-coming use
lc-,. The e.-o. of Ihe! Briti h i 110-ton
gtei is i2. i Sii: thiat oef thei tdi-toni gun
is SI4.le. aind that uf the iS-ton gun
lie lon't Like it.
The scorpion is ae total ale ,tainer.
If a ropl of whisky ite placed o(n onel
back it a ill immedliately sting itself
No ll e -iune- man ealn tforll to drink
whbiskt or play spoker.
Tried and Approved by the Billous.
l'or over a thirst of a century a great specific
has beon on trial by a national Jury of the hil
tlost. Although a verdhet in its favor was ren
dered Fonc s.ine, it in still on trial. Never when
It has tben "weighed in the balance" h ai it
teen found wanting The name of this medi
-Ine is Jto-etstter's Stomach Bitters, which
more speedily than any other terminates those
-illainous sensations which attend disorder of
the liver. It e-pels bile from the blood and
see-retion.s remedies chronic eostiveness and
re-inforcs the organ of digestion and assimila
lioan Sick headache, yei'owness Of the skin
and eyeballs. furred tongue and other indlca
Lions that the liver bastemporarily knocked off
work and one on the strike. disappear when
it is used. It Li a most emcieut safeguard
against malaria. rheumatism and kidney
trouide and fortifies a nervous and enfeebled
A man's time is worth just whath be
makes it worth.
Visit the Old Foleak.
The IRao MorVNTAi RorrT will give the
people of Texas a chance to visit their old
Somen i the Southeast at verb little ex
pense, by running Holiday xcerrions,
December 19th, 20th and 31st, 1be3, and
selling tickets to St. Louis, Memphis, Cin
cinnati, Louisville, New Orleans and points
in Tennessee, Mississippi, Southwest Ken
tuckyy Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia
I and Florida, at ONle FAIR FOR TmE UOUND
TRIP, same bei good for return thirty
days from date of sale. For further in
formatllon in regard to rates, routes,
tickets, sleeping car berths, etc.. call on or
address J. C. Lwis, Traveling Passenger
Age', Iro Mountail Route, Austina, Tex..
or any Tket Agent mn the I. A G. N. R. R.
or T. & P. R'y. H. C. Towsaen. General
Passenger and Ticket Agent, Iron hMonatain
Route, St. LoIs, Mo.
Fame is as unrelsable as the popularity
of a five cent cigar.
We offer One Hendred Dollars Reward
for ay case of Catarrh that cannot le
cured bHals Catarrh CUre. T o, .
We the undesigned have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
Ahim perfectly honorable in all business
Itransaction s and flnanally able to carry
out any obligation made y their firm.
WxoS & TRlL', Whoesale Druggists,
WAU.CIoI, Ki.UA' & Mianv, Wholesale
IB ruggi'st, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mucus
surfaces of the system. Price 7'e. per bot
tie. Sold by all Drugglsts. Testlmonials
Almost every man is a better man than
he is a husband.
LaDtIs needing a tonic, or children who
wat ,should take Brown's Iro
Bitte. It ant to take, cares Mala
ri, Indo stlo , Biliousne aid LiverCom
Wise, cautious, honest men are often on
top, but thieves, never.
Denervlug (imfdoieece.--There is no
article which so richly deserves the retire
confdence of the communlty as Bnows's
B-oscIAL ToGcu.E. Those safering from
Asthmatic ad Bronchall Diseases,
and Colds, should try them. Priteolcents.
Watermelon is one of the things that
can't he enjoyed Ia style
Dr ns IrnDt ers will cure you, make
youea les. your lIver, sad give a
Tem ans who canm the situation at a
gisnao should never be out of a job.
"* * AO-AOMHE,
- -I m -r j
IF you wish the lightest, sweet
est, finest cake, biscuit, bread
and rolls, Royal Baking Powder is
indispensable in their making.
p,,rhit I - it- Iiie-t t .,acOry frm i .
that pirac1ti,,ed h,. ,n-,HH t" he- ..f we-t
'rn Ii.liari.. (ularre'l- arI ' rare In a1
tril'. rnu-t of tih.e iIliting hlein ' re'
. e r v e d f ' r i i i ! -id l , 'r -. h nlt w h , .n It t o -tu l
arises t.ti iw ,':. two at' s i.if tIhe h ila .
tribe all their fi irind.ls init. to seC fair
play . The de.li't- are' -tripped anol
the s,.'cons tos. p at pie'' of hark.
The' winner' then sui/tes a piec' of hard
wood seasonerd by y"arls if of'service and
stained with the blood of ftrimer duels.
With this war ,lhb he' hits his oppo
inont as hard a blow as hiis .tr.ngth
will plermit. The injured man then
picks up the eliih ani hit: back. andl
the blows alternat,, util olne bratve orI'
the other has had enough and deciline.
to pick l'p the ,Ihb again. 'lThe pun
ishment inlli,.ted hv these c.hleis i
frightful, every blotw lri ,nging hloid
and causing deep .iuts and briisec.
The Trade Mark Iaswsunlt
To enjoin the c'lhattanoga Merdi,'iie
('onmlpany from using the namne a. A. I hed
ford or SI. A. Theiford &- Co.. in i'onne.
tion with their liver medlicine of Black
DIraught has been derided by Judge New
riman in the U. S. ('ircuit ('ourt in Atlanta.
(in.. and the suit dismissed. Oine branch of
the case in which the I 'curt was asked to
enjoin the Home Companuy from manufac
turing a meilicine said to he an imitation
of The ('hattanooga Medicine Co's. medi
cine, has Iben appealed. and will be argued
before the I'. S. Appellate Court in N. O.
in a few months.
The large trade mark rights invoehed in
these suits, make them interesting to all
imanufacturers a ho claim protection inuder
trade mark laws against concerns who at
tempt to pirate legitimate demand.
In publishing the result iof the suit in At
lanta, the Chattanooga IDaily Times says:
The Chattanooga Medicine company and
their predecessors have been in the medi
cine business in this city with one alight in
terruption since 1s72. Thiey have the most
completely a|,ipped medicine factory south
of the Ohio river. Their iods are sold in
every state and territory in the union, and
to some extent in foreign countries. Their
M. A. Thedford & Co.'s Liver Medicine or
Black Draught, is one of the most exten
sively used liver medicines in the world,
and their McHlree's Wine of ('ardul has a
reputation and sale greater than any other
of its class in the United States. The conm
linv has practically unlimited capital, com
petent and energetic offcers, and a reputa
tion for integrity and fair dealing that
places them above reproach in the commer
They are publishers of the "Iadies' Birth
day Almanacs." the NrO* edition of which,
consisting of 10,t01i,tIO copies, is now being
The company employs a large number of
traveling salesmen, visiting all parts of the
country, besides their factory force. among
which there are fifty to seventy-fve young
The Times cheerfully commends this
meritorious enterprise as being worthy of
the patronage they are receiving, and any
effort to cripple them should be condemned
by all southern merchants who take pride
in the success of southern manufactorie.
The making of pumpkin piee is becoming
a lost art with many housewives.
Basasu's PiLLsare a painles and effect
ual remedy for all bilions disorders. "25
cents a box. For sale by all druggists.
There is a trait we love in old people:
they are none the less cordial when a friend
has patches on his clothes.
It se a.r i a tll x eels.
is urs and me that aM end wed-tr4 rnemey, ase.
Wtassiw's Soonrwe nwies tee Cbilres TestMs.
When a man wants to look at a pretty
girl, dust always blows in his eyes.
" asueso'e Nages tcera 3hwe."
Warranted to eur or mey rtamuod. Ask your
dra tfit. Te c >iioete.
Somehow it is awfully hard to think that
a girl selling chances are pretty.
ihlasb'. a....w Cume
tss sentsagesi esCa tcwsesmlaesises cr&m
It is not enough that a man Intends todo
Dr. J. A. Hasaer. peiele
In diseas of the Throat, Leang and
Heart, Catarre and Deafues. 16 Mala
streeet, Dallas, Tex. Bead for pamphlets.
Contentment is a greater beautifer than
ILae's Meanlee .'Orves se D ew
le Eackh Day. In order to be healthy
this Is eremmary. Cure constipation.
headache, kidney and liver troubles sad
regulates the stomach and bowels. Prie
0e sad 61.00, at all dealers.
Was there ever a lecturer who did not
"come well recommended "
About a young
man's ek to he a
affearer from a-r
vOs eahamtion, nor
s detellty, smpair
ed memory, low
r a nthethei ad
of mint aFl 5ed
th, rmlt fra
. m id amIy powero
duce settmin of the heals episy, pa
r 1a even dke db
io hh selm d atochm . h
'lm et the eta 1a wbio h ia
plha bat osea enm the eature,
r'ad home treat
et smeh diseas ook wilr he
amin Maat. N .Y.
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It( ' '' -tt f lier- ;i.t l- ,11, ev00 r "
Iz .a , login .tr ! ith r litt lia h r . It ifsp | II l
lI re III th,1 r aR le&ri ,llt t ' nyru
r" . t mn( It l Iw I therT l" mpar. . ut
lis frefund that her little on.: atre impVr ,*.,I
more ly the pleasant laxat - , yrup ,f
'igs. when in n+-d ,of the I,.,atlvo efotelt of
a gentle rellnel than by any other, anL
that it i" more a,,eptnl, le to t, then. 'hl
lren enjoy it and it laenelitre thum. The
true remeldy. Srnp ol Feigei. t lmanuaa
I lred by the ('ulif.rnia Fig C~a uIp t1b. only.
Most of the Niiurodk 'u. Inow bh i,ll
change their na1e, to Ientei
BEST MADE, BEST FITTI6, EST WEAAIN
Ild rBB 60DHE O EN CIm ,
W set rmM sV a1 wasI 2an1
For Sale Oheap.
We have one tboneaui paad eof brewver
body typeIn mgood eoadltUawoeE seer
metal by Darabal bie.aB. A aiOer,
manufac' urer 01 thbe fmll meee
eopper-mezsd type. We will .lol It I
fonts of 1z poum or more, to be del.
ered a seeon as we get a eIar ew, at the
low pries ef
265 OSts a Poed.
Plaee Yor Order Now
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Id West Ja.es meS..
Are you to
issue a y
edition? Do yog
intend to use aHo
Have seen our
sam ? Writs
Westsm wop~oer %lWm,
143 and 145 Ervay St.,
MEND YOUR OWN NAIES
SNo took saed. Oly a ham. me.a
to drive sad rlleb them easily ml
KuIto.. now Ia ag ml, umr
A-- yewf desko abovr , omr lii.
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m arsde. ,wrem -..
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