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Advocate-Democrat of Crawfordsville, Ga.,
nCpany as follows :
er four years of intense suffering, caused by systemic
dieted while editing, ana traveling tor my paper, i nave
y the use of Peru n a. I gave up work during these years
ts remedies and many doctors, but ail the permanent
se of Peruna. My trouble was called indigestion, but it
h my system, and a few bottles of Peruna made me feel
ptlng the Improvement after I had used the first bottle.
toe oest catarrn remeay ever compounaea. iem u.
tePeruDa is un-
J it has taken
ice me of this
ng that I can
e use of re-
runa as a remedy for catarrhal trouble
and a most excellent tonic for general
conditions." Wm. T. Zenor.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartman, giving1 a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
The Ilartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
f for the Teeth S 25'
' thing won
e edge of the gla-
d just returned
Vhat time is it ?"
ry, replied Air.
ickly. It was in
having no desire
we will draw a
followed. Ph ila-
.'ion must be
citizen to the
the latter. "In-
day two c r three
crowd at all
d the stingy man, who was
. fee. meetine Dr. Shame on
lit do you think of this? Very
?t severe pains in mv feet.
sign of?" "I should say that
ram, replied the doctor.
er was a terrible child in this
irked the worried mother.
'What's his particular fault?
Kill, I can't break him of the
fng the truth right out when
pany. 1'huadelphia limes.
I not wish now," inquired the
for, that you had followed the
li narrow path?" "Dt's de one
I," replied Jimmy Dores. "If I'd
Id inter dat crooked alley dey"d
jicueu me. Jt'huadelphia lrcss.
-"Well. bov. ha ve von crminil
Is. as I told von. wliilp I'vp Vien
tov fnewlv annrpntiivrl) "Yea
ill but this 'or 'nnrUnv W f
jkte. get. the gaps out of it!" Punch.
iger he railroads are up to
f heme to attract traffic." Merritt
wonder some of them don't offer
to the person who can fold m a
fble as it was originally folded."
lery little thing sometimes greatly
a iitue man. Atchison UJobe.
bip far VWOi22&
fho Are Always Tired
II do not feel very well, I am so
Id all the time."
ou hear these words every day ; as
?n as you meet your friends iust bo
len are these words repeated. More
lin likely you speak the same signifi-
nt wortis yourseii, ana no doubt you
feel far from well most of the time.
?!rs. Ella Rice, of Chelsea, Wis..
hose portrait we publish, writes that
lie suffered for two yeaxS with bear-
lK-down pains, headache, backache.
Indhad all kinds of miserable feelings,
A relic of the old masters The ancient
chooluouse. Philadelphia Bulletin.
BATH OF THE ORANGE.
Washing; Process Through Whlcfe
the Fruit Is Put Before Golnjr
on the Market.
Mas. Ella Rich.
Fresh from the tree, an orange is
still very much alive, with the oil
cells expanded and the mystery of
growth not yet suspended. Cut off
from the sap supply, a change takes
place. The skin draws closer to the
pulp and gives off moisture that
would cause sweating if the fruit
were packed at once. But first these
dii't itnlTirn travelers must have a
bath, says the Tiii'i A him I'T TTci mM
i By the bushel if only this were
the land of the good old bushel bas
ket the newcomers are dumped into
a long, narrow tank of water, at one
end of which is a big wheel with a
tire of soft bristles. The wheel -revolves
so that the lower edge works
in connection with another set of
brushes in a smaller tank below, and
the oranges, after bobbing about in
the big tank, pass between the wet
brushes and come out bright and
This washer is a neat machine, and
does away with the more primitive
yet picturesque method of hand
washing. At some of the smaller packing
houses may be seen groups of wom
en, sometimes white, sometimes
brown-skinned, each with a tub of
water and brush, scrubbing busily
away at the yellow piles that never
seem to grow less till the last hour
of the day.
After their bath the oranges are
spread out in the sun to dry on long,
slanting racks. At the lower end
they roll off into boxes, to be carried
away to the warehouse for their rest.
The orange needs a deal of groom
ing, it would seem, before it is ready
for market. The washing was not
enough. There must be a brushing,
too. And after the days of curing,
the oranges are fed in a hopper which
drops them single file on to a belt
that runs between revolving cylin
drical brushes. This for a smooth,
NERVOUS SYSTEM IS DUAL.
The Development of One Set Benefits
All Farts of the Human ,
all of which was caused by falling and
inflammation of the womb, and after
doctoring with physicians and numer
ous medicines she was entirely cured by
Lydia E. Tinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. If you are troubled with pains,
fainting spells, depression of spirits,
reluctance to go anywhere, headache,
backache, and alwa3's tired, please re
member that there is an absolute
remedy which will relieve you erf your
suffering as it did Mrs. Rice. Proof
is monumental that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound is the
greatest medicine for suffering women.
CURES WiitHE ALL L2 fA.-LS.
1-- Heel Coutrn syrup.
Lei In tirae.
Tastes Good. Use
5 e; 4 o i
Prof. Scripture, of Yale university,
has invented a. new term, "cross-education
which he gives to the results
upon the organs of the opposite side
of the body from exercise of a limb or
organ. The simplest instance is that
a gain of to per cent, in strength
of the right hand from exercising it
alone secures a gain of 50 per cent, in
the unexercised left hand. The law
holds not only as regards strength,
but-also in other qualities. The fact
helps to explain why in right-handed
people, for instance, the left retains
so much strength and expertness. The
question also arises if other organs
than corresponding ones may not be
f 1 at
innuencea, ior example, the left foot
by means of exercise of the right hand.
"Why are right-handed soldiers required
to step oft with the left foot first?
Finally, the development in the de
fective classes of mental and moral
characteristics by systematized physi
cal instruction, which teaches order,
rhythm, accuracy and judfrment, is
explained and put upon a rational
ba sis. The claims of the manual train
ing advocates are justified and mad
clear. The experiments at. the nimiro
reformatory thus elicit the greatest
interest. How far it may be possible
to educate into something like nor
mality the weak minded. eriTniTin llv in
clined and even the idiotic becomes an
important study. Prof. Scripture calls
mis me principle of character bn.
ing by motor activity.
A Other See Ca.
Wederly What's the matter with
your friend Softleigh?
Singletons-He's in love lost his
heart, you know.
"Huh! Jude'ine' from tin.
makes one would think , .
Ms collar buttoaW- b&d lost
. ticago Paily
TENNESSEE STATE NEWS.
Tennensee Industrial School.
The directors of the Tennesee In
dustrial School held their annual meet
ing at Nashville last week. Superin
tendent . C. Kilvington presented his
annual report, which shows that since
tne opening 2,553 children have been
received and that of this number 1,950
were white boys, 436 girls and 167 col
ored boys; 1,783 have been discharged.
There were remaining in the school
December 19, 1900, 767 pupils, of which
493 were white boys, 220 girls and 54
colored boys. Not less than twenty-five
children per month are turned away,
sometimes because the quota of the
counties is already filled, but oftener
from persons desiring to send pay pu
pits. During the past two years
J149.426.66 have been expended on sub
sistence account; on furnishing ac
count 8,3t6.87, and on Improvements
and repairs $17,030.45. During this
time the school has received on ac
count of pay pupils $34,560.24.
Work on the Tennessee Central Rail
road between Nashville and Lebanon is
getting well under way, and the fol
lowing statement of the forces at work
was given out by Chief Engineer Bis
bee last week On the terminal facil
ities at Nashville, 180 men and fifty
teams; on the first ten miles of road,
200 men and sixty teams; on the sec
ond ten miles of road, 260 men and
eighty teams; on the third ten miles,
250 men and seventy-five teams, on the
line between Nashville and Lebanon.
The force is being constantly aug
mented, and the most notable addition
is a corps of 200 men and eighty teams
by the masonry contractors.
Kcaped From Jail.
Dolph Henderson, convicted for
forgery and sentenced to a four-year
term in the penitentiary, escaped from
the Shelby county jail last week. Hen
derson was one of the most Intelligent
prisoners that has ever been received
at the jail. "When arrested he was
the general agent in-this section for
the Washington Life Insurance Com
pany of New York City. He was one
of the most successful writers of in
surance in the city, and his personality
won him a great many friends.
Charles Henry Niehaus, a native
born American sculptor, will proceed
at once, under the direction of the
mounment committee of the Forrest
Monument Association, to make a
miniature staff model of the general
mounted, and if they agree upon the
likened he will then proceed at once
to prepare the $25,000 equestrian statue
which will be unveiled in Memphis
within the next three years.
Shot Ills Neighbor.
3Vhen A. J. Hunt, who is a promi
nent farmer"iivlng ntar Rauaotph.went
out to his barn to feed his stock, he
was shot and probably mortally wound
ed by Joseph Wright, a neighbor. Hunt
and Wright had had some difference
resulting in litigation, and this 19
supposed to be the cause of the shoot
ing. Both are prominent farmers in
that section and had had good reputations.
The commencement exercises of the
University of Tennessee will occur
June 16-18. Arrangements have been
made with the railroads by which a
rate of one and one-third fare to the
commencement exercises will be grant
ed from all points in Tennessee, Geor
gia, Alabama, Mississippi and North
War Relic Found.
While making an excavation at
Kingsport last week, workmen found
an army spur upon which was en
graved, "Lieut. J. Kimball, Kentucky,
I860." It is said a Kentucky officer by
that name was killed near Kingspdrt
in a battle in the civil war.
Farnance Blows In.
The Chattanooga furnace, 125 tons
capacity, blew in last week. This is one
of the oldest furnaces in that district.
It formerly, belonged to the Georgia
Mining and Manufacturing Company
and was bought by local capitalists,
overhauled completely and nearly
C'ollvge May Be Moved.
Union City would like very much to
secure Bethel College, now located nt.
M.?.RGlizle, and will more than likely
make an effort to that end if the col
lege is moved, which is possible. The
school is recognized as one of the bpst
in West Tennese, but $10,000 Is heed
ed to make it what it should be and
to retain its past reputation. The pres
bytery will meet at Humboldt the 19th
of June to decide the fate of the school.
Boom In the Matrimonial Market.
Five hundred and ninety-two mar
riage licenses have been issufed hf the
clerk of the Obion County Court since
tne 1st of January.
Walter Mason, 16 years old, was in
jured by a block of coal falling lipofi
him in the Ramsey mine at Tracy City,
last week, from which he died.
End of Feud Case.
The result of the Howard-Jones'
feud in Monroe county was the
acquittal of Charles, Thdmas afid Oseaf
Charles JOnes in a street fight in
Madisonville last year. This tragedy
was the result of the feud of years
between the Howard, McGehee and
Drivers at Coal Mine Strike.
All drivers at Soddy coal mines ent
on a strike last week. - ' ,
against the BvaVtixA ot a foreman '
obnoxious, 0 lhe nea The mlQCs .j, ,
e shut down temporarily, but officials 1
2L :c,nJ y that wo- trtfi 'be
snort wjv. rtifflmii.
Extension to Clarksditle.
President Baxter of the Tennessee
Central Railway, says he will havs
a corps of surveyors in the field be
tween Nashville and Clarksville with
in sixty days. The company, he says,
has ample capital to put through all
Bridge Contract Let.
The contract for the construction of
all the bridges on the Tennessee Cen
tral between Nashville and Lebanon
has been let. The bridges are all to be
made of steel. The work is to be com
pleted within five months of the date
Fatality Among Children.
The people of Martin are Tery much
distressed on account of so many in
fants and older children having died
the past week.
Nashville Horse Show.
The dates of the Nashville horse
show have been fixed from October 8
to October 12, five days. Five thous
and dollars money premiums will be
The Anti-Saloon League of Tennes
see is getting ready to make things
warm for liquor interests in this State.
Rev. John Royal Harris of Lewisburg
has been elected superintendent of tue
league, and he is going to make a
vigorous effort to stir up the boys. He
is now preparing for a campaign that
is contemplated to extend to the elec
tion of the next legislature. The
League proposes to have every candi
date for the legislature to commit him
self before election as to his position
on the saloon question, and every ef
fort will be made to send men to the
legislature who are in harmony with
the league's purposes. To this end it
will be the endeavor of the superin
tendent to. establish a local league in
every county in the State and in as
many towns and cities as possible. Mr.
Harris intends to procure exact dates
and keep a careful record of the tem
perance situation In towns that have
been enabled to banish saloons by the
Peeler bill, so that the argument iiat
"prohibition does not prohibit" may
be met by facts. Every violation of
the law is to be prosecuted, able coun
sel having been employed for this
Records Are Sacred.
At Nashville last week United
States District Judge Clark denied the
motion of defendants In the First Na
tional Bank cases for an order to ex
amine the books and papers held by
the United States district attorney and
the bank, and that the district attor
ney turn over certain pass books and
other papers. Judge Clarks Bays the
motion for "an order to require the
bank to permit an inspection of its
books and records by defendants had
been formally withdrawn, and proper
ly so he thinks, as he is without any
jurisdiction to make any order on the
bank. Neither the district attorney
nor the United States nor any othef
person has the slightest power or au
thority to direct the bank what it shall
or shall not do in permitting persons
not Interested in the corporation to in
spect its books. The motloii was made
in the interest of parties indicted in
connection with the shortage of W. W.
Lea, formerly connected with the
Mrs. Margaret A. Sedgewtck Dead.
Mrs. Margaret Agnes Sedgewick died
at her home in Knoxville a few days
ago, at the age of 76 years. She was
a close personal friend of Father A. J.
Ryan, the poet-priest of the Confeder
acy, and It was at her house that the
lines of "The Conquered Banner" were
penned, the night of the fall of Rich
mond. Charters Granted.
Charters were granted by the Secre
tary of State on the 3d for the Moore
iviontgomery Harness arid Saddi
Manufacturing Company, of Nashville,
with $50,000 capital; the Chattanooga
Pole Company, dealers in telegraph
and telephone poles, witn $25,od
capital, and the Florida Cotton Oil
Company 01 Chattanooga, with $10d,
Kte Treasury Statement.
Receipts of the State Treasury for
May were $148,400.10, and disburse
ments $349,685.66; balance at the clo?e
of business ?n June 1 was $543,095.06.
Sewing Machine License Tax.
The new tax on sewing machine
companies and agents has so far yield
ed 3,070 in ferenufi t the State. One
company paid license foP ailtfthe?
batch of agents, and now has 12?
licensed agents, which is' more than
any other company has.
Railroad to Cadiz, Ky.
Work on the new railroad from
Clarksville to Cadiz, Ky., is progress
ing rapidly, an3 it ? expected that
trains will be running by October 1.
Had Counterfeit Money.
Andrew Grayer, the negro in whose
possession some very crude counter
feit money was found, tvae arraigned
last week at Memphis before thfl
United States commissioner, and com
mitted to jail to be investigated by
the Federal grand Jury, The counter
feit money which Grayer hSd was a
very f)oOr imitation. In the examifla
tion it came out that Grayer was an
ex-convict who escaped from a convict
camp in Arkansas. Grayer c.aims that
he found the counterfeit money on the
yaioo St Mississippi Valley Railroad a
few miles south of Memphis.
ty will bfi
places of the
leavy Increase in Earnings.
The estimated gross earnings of the
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis
Railway for May are $84,462.45 greater
this year than last- '
Pythian Home Committee.
At the meeting of Grand Lodge.
Knights of Pythias, in Nashville re
cently, resolutions were passed provid
ing tor the founding of Pythian
widows' and orphans' home. The ap
pointment of the committee to investi
gate this matfer was left to State
Grand Chaucellor J. C. Twinam, who
has appointed the following gentle
men: J. W. Staples, of Harriman;
George H. Mitcholl, of -Memphis; H.
S. Bowman, of Nashville: Judge C. H.
Carpenter, of Dunlap, and. C. Lee Pick
ering of Clarksyille:
What Os FIak Stafeda For.
Wherever the American fUg is raised in
token of sovereignty, it stands for liberty
and independence. What the nag is to the
nation, Hostetter'a Stomach Bitters is to
the individual. It gives you freedom and
protection from your ailments. When your
stomach gets out of order causing dyspep
sia, indigestion and biliousness, or when yon
are nervous and unable to sleep you should
try it. It will strengthen your stomacn,
steady your nerves and induce sound sleep.
It is better to go to bed hungry some
times than to get up every morning hope
lessly involved in debt. -Christian Intel
ligencer. New Fas Trala to Co!ors4
tl MlMOorl PaclBe Railway.
The Missouri Pacific Railway is now oper
ting doable daily servic from St. Louis
and Kansas City to points in Colorado. Utah
and the Pacific Coast. Trains leave St.
Louis 9 a. m. and 10:10 p. m.; Kansas City
6 p. m. and 10 a. m.. carrying through sleep
ing cars between St. Louis and San Fran
cisco without change. Excursion tickets
bow on sale. For further information ad
dress company's agents. H. C. Towssixd,
Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent, St. Louis, Mo.
Danger la Old Saflngs.
"What a fine head your boy has," said an
"Yes' replied the fond father, "he's a
chip of the old blo$ k ain't you, my boy?"
'Yes, father teacher said yesterday that
I was a young blockhead." Stray Stories.
Do Yonr Feet Ache and Burnt
Shake into your shoes, Allen's Foot-Ease,
a powder for t he feet. It makes tight or New
Shoes Feel Easy, Cures Corns, Itching,
Swollen, Hot, Callous, Smarting, Sore and
Sweating Feet. All Druggists and Shoe
StoreB Pell it, 25c. Sample sent FREK. Ad
dress, Allen 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
"Say, I told that Boston map my fish
story and all he Mid was 'Kindly alight.'
What did he mean?" "Oh. that's just his
way of saying 'come off.' Philadelphia
I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption
paved my life three years ago. Mrs. Thos.
Robbins, Maple Street, Norwich, N.
Feb. 17, 1900;
First Broker "Say, did you hear about
that new railroad combination?" Second
Broker "No. I've been out to lunch for
the last ten minutes." Town Topics.
JCrary man thinks he la already carrying
a load that threatens to break his back.
Don't ask him to carry a part of your load.
Stern Pater "Johnny, what mast you do
first of all to have your sins forgiven?"
Johnny "Commit the sins." Yale Record.
Boiling does much to render foul news
fit to print. Puck. -
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tb points of superiority of the (
and Orr-.nl yu will Mr. Uk thonmnds of sthnrn,
ihr nr rT-4-.tiona la tb art f Piaa bnildtnr.
W want yon to know nil nbvnt than. & aavr-
state wltk every iraatai. a.
r-n t-fET y nam and ilr-, i
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I ( riaiM ataa Ortau at prices and ttrmi to Zjj
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ricb land aa wall a poor
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It fa .. .1am ftfia bnd
leather that makes a Brat
Rlaae shoe it is tne Drains,
that bare planned the best
tvl. ls.at a oerf act model
of the foot, and the eonrt-nctlon of the shoe. It is mechanical skill and
knowledde that hare made W. I. Douglas shoes the best in the world for men.
Tnk no ubatitMte. InslK on harin W. L. PoukIss shoe, with name
sndprice stamped on bottom. Yonr dealer should keep tliem, If he does not.
send for catalog Elvlna lull inatmctions now to oraer ny mu.
begins in the bowels. It's the unclean
places that breed infectious epidemics,
and it's the unclean body unclean in
sidethat "catches" the disease. A
person whose stomach and bowels
are kept clean and whose liver is live
ly, and blood pure, is safe against yel
low fever, or any other of the dread
ful diseases that desolate our beautiful
land. Some of the cleanest people
outside are filthiest inside, and they
are the ones who not only "catch"
the infections, but endanger the lives
of all their friends and relatives. There's only one certain way of keeping
clean inside so as to prevent disease and that is to take CASCARETS.
Perfect disinfectant and bowel strengthened. All diseases are
bowel troubles, appendicitis, bil
iousness, bad breath, bad. blood wind
on the stomach, bloated bowels, foal
month, headache, indisrestion, pimples.
pain after eatin ar, liver trouble, aallow complexion
ana dizziness. lien your Dotveis aon'i move regu
larly you are getting stick. Constipation kill more
people than all other diseases together. It la a
starter for the chronic ailments and Ion; years of
snfferlns that come afterwards. No matter what
ails you, start taking CASCARKTS to-day, for you
will never set well and be well all the time until
you put your bowels right. Xake our advice; start
with CASOARKTS to-day, nnder an absolute guar
alle to cure or money refunded.
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over six snlllioa boxm a
year, srretter than sny
almllar nedlclne la the world. This I abaolote .Pof or
rrrat merit. mii1 out- best tr.tlmonlal. e hsre ralth mutt
will CASCAlt KTS absolately KnsrnntoMl to enr- or
money refunded. Go buy today, two Oc boxes. STJo 's
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uot satlafled, aft-roilsgroBe SOc box, return the Dtiiiirili.oc
box and the empty box to ua by mall, or the drotUt rr-om
whom yon purchaaed It, and sjetyour moaeybnels. for hois
boxes. Take our advice no matter what y"u "rV"
day. Health will oulck.lv follow and Ton will bless the day
yon tlrstatarted the useo'CASCAK FrH. Bookfree by rnaU.
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Watch our nexr advertlaement. t
Just try a package of LlOU COFFEE "Jf
and you will understand the reason of its
Li ON COFF.EE now used in mil
lions' of homes.
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Of the millions gone before
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Unto many millions more
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Premium List inside it.
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