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The Trust Problem.
' To a thoughtful mind, the trust problem
la one of serious import. It must be firmly
Kappled with, for it creeps upon society
fore you are aware of its existence, in
this respect much resembling the various
disorders which attack the stomach, such as
constipation, indigestion, dyspepsia, bil
iousness, liver and kidney troubles. Hoa
tetter's Stomach Bitters is the one reliable
remedy for all such" ailments. Be sure to
five it a trial.
'I would like to tee some of the latest
airs," said the customer in the music de
partment. "Then just step over to the dudish floor
walker," responded the saleslady. "He is
just full of them." Chicago Daily News.
I am sure Piso'a Cure for Consumption
waved my life three years ago. Mrs. Trios.
Bobbins, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y
Feb. 17, 1900.
An Unkind Cut. Tess "Do you think
the cut of my skirt pretty?" Jess "Ye,
indeed; very." Tess "Do you, really V
Jess "Yes; I had two like that when they
were in style.' Philadelphia Press.
A square deal The sale of a city block.
Little Liver Pills.
Must Bear Signature of
See Pac-Slmlle Wrapper Below.
On of DlmaVi garrlsa.
A Baltimore womaa recently secured aa
old and typical southern cook named Dinah,
whose uniamiliarity with eity waya and
her questions were a constant source of
amusement to the family.
One morning shortly after she arrived
the door bell rang and Dinah answered it
aa usual. In a minute she came back with
a surprised expression. "Missus." she ex
claimed, "der am a man dere what wants
24 cents for de Sun." Mrs. Justi gave her
the money and she returned to the door.
' After the man had gone Dinah asked:
"Does you hab to pay for de sunshine here,
missus? In Virginia we don't hab to pay
for de eun. It's just as free as de air of
hebben." Baltimore Sun.
Supreme Court Sustains- tae Foot
Justice Laughltn, in the supreme conrt,
Buffalo, has ordered a permanent injunction,
with costs and a full accounting of sales, to
issue against Paul B. Hudson, the manu
facturer of the foot powder called "Dr.
Clark's Foot Powder, and also against a
retail dealer of Brooklyn, restraining them
from making or selling the Dr. Clark's
Foot Powder, which ia declared, in the in
junction of the court, an imitation and in
fringement of "Foot-Ease," the powder to
shake into your shoes, now bo largely ad
vertised and sold over the country. Allen
S. Olmsted, of Leroy, N. Y., is the owner of
the trade-mark "Foot-Ease," and he is the
first individual who ever advertised a foot
powder extensively over the country. The
decision in this case upholds his trade-mark
and renders all parties liable who fraudu
lently attempt to profit by the extensive
"Foot-Ease" advertising, in placing upon
the market a spurious and similar appear
ing preparation, labeled and put up in en
velopes and boxes like Foot-Ease. Similar
suits will be brought against others who
are now infringing on the Foot-Ease trade
mark and common law rights.
An Emphatic Touch.
The man who lives in a flat and is often
annoyed by the violent piano playing of his
otherwise agreeable neighbor of the floor
below remarked to his wife the other day:
"That Smith downstairs would make an
elegant carpet beater."
"Why?" asked his wife.
"Oh, he has the regular carpet beater's
touch, replied her husband. N. Y. Times.
The Brleht Side.
Very small and aa easy
to take as ufar.
FOR TORPID LIYER.
FOR SALLOW SKIN.
FOR THE COMPLEXION
. OEHVINB SUISTKAVt SJgMATUSJl.
CURE SICK HEADACHE.
nn W-k f 1 is
Be fair to your health when
you take a laxative; use one
that acts on the bowels by
first acting on the liver. Then
the results are thorough and
permanent: This is the merit
Most laxatives weaken; this
one gives strength and energy.
It's not a relief .for constipa
tion, but a thorough cure. It
is just as certain to cure indi
gestion, headache, bilious
ness, rheumatism and debility.
No ordinary laxative can do
this, yet Storm's Regulator
must or you get your money
back. Price 50 cents.
Sold by All Druggists.
Prepared bv JAMES S. ROBINSON,
"It is said that lobsters will be extinct in
25 years," remarked Hiland.
"Oh, well," replied Halket, who is very
fond of lobster, let us not worry about it.
Let us look on the bright side. We may all
die before that time. Pittsburgh Chron
"Your conversation, Mr. Hewiman,"
said Miss Peppery, suppressing a yawn,
"reminds me of some champagne."
"Ah!" exclaimed Hewiman, much
pleased, "so sparkling as that?"
"No, but it's extra dry." Philadelphia
A Preferred Caller.
"It is always customary for the family
to sit on the back porch when the daugh
ter has a beau, but an Atchison girl has
such a Good Thing calling on her that the
family leave the premises and go and sit
in a vacant lot across the alley." Atchison
Willie Pa, teacher told us to be pre
pared to-morrow to tell what meter the
'Charee of the Liefit Bricade" is in.
Pa That's easy. Gas-meter, of course.
Mamma "How did you know that the
lady was not the little boy's mamma.
Johnny?" Johnny "She gave him a sec
ond piece of pie, and he did not ask for it,
" r j. t
If there's anything that will make a fel
low hot, it is to be told that it isn t the
heat but the humidity. Indianapolis News.
Any place with just the right pair in it
is as muc.i 01 a paradise as was the uardea
of l-.den. (jrood (Jheer.
TKE GENERAL MARKETS.
READERS OF THIS PAPER
DESIRING TO BUT ANYTHING
ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS
SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING
WHAT TEET ASK FOR, REFUSING
ALL. SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS.
Wholesale LIGHTNING RODS
AMrMS BDW. A. fOX CO., CINCINNATI, O.
Kansas City, July 13.
CATTLE Beef steers $4 80 6 00
Native stockers 2 75 3 3 90
Western steers 2 75 4 45
HOGS 4 50 6 20
SHEEP 2 50 m 3 85
WHEAT No. 2 hard 63 & es'a
No. 2 red 63M.SJ 64
CORN No. 2 mixed 58 60
OATS No. 2 mixed 33
EYE No. 2 56
FLOUR Hard wh't patents. 3 10 3 20
Soft wheat patents 2 75 & 3 40
HAT Timothy 7 00 14 00
Prairie 7 50 14 00
BRAN Sacked 73
1 ' . "TTER Choice to fancy.. 14 & 18
C rSESE Full cream 9 10
1 3S V
l-w TATOES New 75 100
CATTLE Beef steers 3 50 5 80
Texas and Indian steers 3 30 4 70
J--C5S Packers 5 92i'S 6 10
:EP-Native 3 00 W Z US
F mR Patents, new 3 35 3 50
W IEAT No. 2 red 64',4 65
CO-;N-No. 2 54 gi 55Va
OATS No. 2 My3) 36
RYE New 54
BI""TER Dairy 13 14
Dl. SALT MEATS 8 12-g) 8 62
BACON 9 00 9 50
CATTLE Steers 390 6 20
HOGS Mixed and .butchers. 5 95 & 6 35
SHEEP Western 3 70 4 50
FLOUR Spring patents .... 3 45 3 50
WHEAT No. 2 red 68
CORN No. 2 51 (TO 52
OATS N'D. 2 So'zi? 34
RYE July 541
LARD July 8 70
FORK July 14 47
CATTLE Steers 5 20 6 20
HOGS 6 30 (& 6 60
SHEEP 3 00 Oi 4 50
WHEAT No. 2 red 7iK 76
CORN No. 2 66 57,
OATS No. 2 37
"NEW RIVAL" FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS
outshoot all other black powder shells, because they are made
better and loaded by exact machinery with the standard brands of
powder, shot and wadding. Try them and you will be convinced.
ALL REPUTABLE DEALERS KEEP THEM
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to LI Urii'&fil JH.'flTL; JWtfft:
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Law Rat to Texas.
At freaj?ent intervals dur-
.ing 1 90 1 , round trip
:kkets will be sold via the
:fom Cairo and
u'litj'ilJjArL'flneae f nnfc-
aha. Texas. " and
Ifndian and Okla-
f atOgreatly . reduced
j 1 .".' i f I fTell us -where you want ft go : also
.' when you would like to leave, ana we
1' Will tell you When you can secure on
of the low-rate ticket and what It will
icoit. We will also send you a complete
'schedule for the trip and an infcrestlni
little book. "A Trip to Texas.-
f.R.Wl'An;T.P.,Oncinnaa,OWo. m. KuVSi, I. P.JL, wtra, iil
v u n. uouiiii, u-r.u i.iv, m-lwi
I The Population of Cities
and Towns in Tennessee
t .! 4. ; -V -V 'V -V -V -V 'V t
Tennessee had In 1S90 83 Incorporated
cities, towns and villages. The last census
shows this number to have increased to 104
In 1900, and a recent census bulletin elves
the population of these places as follows:
Cities, Towns, Villages, and
Buroughs. 1900. 1890.
Athens town 1,849 2,224
Bluff City town
Cave Bluff town
Double Springs town
Jacksboro town ....
Johnson City town.
Jonesboro town ....
Franklin town ....
Germantown town ....
Grand Junction town.
Harriman town ..
Humboldt town ..
Iron City town - 331
La Follette town 366
La Grange town 365
Lawrenceburg town Xzi
Lebanon town 1,956
Lenox town 327
Lewisbure town 1.421
Lexington town 1,332
Longview town ISO
Lookout Mountain town 452
Loudon town 875
Lynchburg town 417
McKenzie town 1,266
McMinnvllle town 1.9S0
Martin city 1.730
Mason town 448
Memphis city 102,320
Middleton town 2S7
Midway town 78
Milan city 1,682
Morristown town 2,973
Mt. Pleasant town 2.007
Murfreesboro city 3,909"
Nashville city ....
Newport town ...
Obion town 1,034
Pulaski town ....
Raleigh town 279
Rheatown town 158
Richmond town 73
RlDley town 1,640
Rockwood town 2,89
Rogersville town 1,386
Rutherford town 667
Selmer town 5S8
Shelbyville town 2,236
Komerville town til
South Fulton town 455
South Pittsburg town 1,79
Sparta town 895
Spring City town 640
Springfield town 1.732
Sweetwater town 1,716
Thomastown town 186
Toone town 241
Trenton city 2.328
Tullahoma town 2.6S4
Union City town 3,407 3,441
"Whiteville town ....
Winchester town ...
Regulation Regarding; the Weed In
Old Colonial Days Were ,
It is one of the curiosities of old-
time legislation that the use of tobac
co was in early colonial days regard
ed by the magistrates and elders as
far more injurious, degrading and sin
ful than that of intoxicating liquors.
Both the use and the planting of the
weed were forbidden, the cultivation
of it being permitted only in small
quantities, "for meere necessitie, for
phisick, for preservation oi the health,
and that the same be taken privately
by anncient men." But the "Creature
called Tobacko" seemed to have an in
destructible life. Mrs. Alice M. Earle
writes of these ' early restrictions
about tobacco in "Stage-Coach and
Landlords were ordered not to "suf
fer any tobacco to be taken into their
houses" on penalty of a fiue to the
"victualler" and another to "the party
that takes it." The laws were con
stantly altered and enforced; and still
tobacco was grown and was smoked.
No one could take it "publicquely,"
nor in his own house or anywhere else
before strangers. Two men were for
bidden to smoke together.
No one could smoke within two
miles of the meeting-houses on the
Sabbath day. There were wicked back
sliders who were caught smoking
around the corner of the meeting
house, and others on the street, and
they were fined, and set in the stocks
and in cages.
Until within a few years there were
New England towns where r tobacco
smoking in the streets was prohibited,
and innocent cigar-loving1 travelers
were astounded at being requested to
cease smoking. x
Mr. Drake wrote, in 1866, that he
knew men, then living, who had to
plead guilty or not guilty in a Boston
"police court for smoking in the streets
In Connecticut, in early days, a great
indulgence was permitted to travelers
a man could smoke once during a
journey of ten miles.
"Did you hear what Judy Gibb
"No What was it?"
"She said the new bride next door to
them has the most elegant repertoire
of shirt waists she ever saw." Chi
A Safe Coarse.
Jimmy Plate Say, Billy, yer lack
prudence in gettin so drunk before
yer goes tip to that house.
. Billy Burglar I know me business.
I want to get in an awful condition so
de dog will think it's his master comin'
home. Cincinnati Daily Jsews.
WMMMM 6ANDTH&,B.' - .
Xrsw-'VrvreiT a- Xta v "F.Tsrr. Tr a ty t .
Will find rxccLLENT service on the through trains or the
IBWYOBK (ffeN TRAIT "paSES.
'"7 VJ II
'JCuZSZL V. Ari THIS 6REAT CENTRAL RAILWAY SYSTEM OF AMERICA COMPRISES THE X '
V. -uiW U TrkOtnllaMBlTCr. C C C S S. LmK (Kf rev), Z ,
Peoria. V cV "zgJZrlfJ W $ I
i (&Bt WGugift Yotui Ask Fop I
CASCARETS Candy Cathartic, they are akvays put up in
the metal box, our trade-marked, long-tailed C on the cover
each tablet stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulkl Imita
tions and substitutes are sometimes offered by dealers l&ho '
" cut prices" and try and palm off fakes tohen CASCA
RETS are called for, because the fake pays a little more
profit. Get the genuine CASCARETS and ivith it satis
faction or money refunded read guarantee below.
SIX MILLION BOXES
SOLD LAST YEAR
OUR BEST TESTIMONIAL
BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER.
NEVER SOLD m BULK.
BFAKAATEED TO CURE all bowel troablea, apfteadlcltls, bllloasnpM,
1ai brraU, bad blood, wind ob the itoaach) bloated bowela. foal nouth.
headache, IndlReatlon, plmplea, palnamfter eatlc llTtr troablef tallonr cvai.
plexlon and dlxzlneaa. Whfn your bowela dart move revularly yoa are
fettlnc sick. Constipation hills nore people than all other d I aeaaea together,
t la a atarter Tor the chronic allaaenta and Ion years of Buffering? that come
afterward!. No matter what alia yoa, atari tahlnar OASCAKKTS today, for
yon will never tret well and be well all the time until you pnt your bowela
rlKht. Take our advlcet atart with CASCABETS today, under aa abaoluto
sruarantee to cure or money refunded.
eiTAKATEE) TO CUREi FlTe years at the llrat box of CAS-
CARETH wae aold. Kow It la over alx million boxea a year, srreater tnan any
L . KIIU
Thu I . Rbiolnte Draof of Errat merit
beat teatlaaonlal. We have raith, and will aell CASOAK abaolutely
almallar medlelne In the world.
naranteea to core or money reiunaea. o ouy ivoiy, i.wo wc ovx.x-a, u
them a fair, honest trial, aa per almple dlrectlona, and If you are not aatlaued
after uainc one SOe box, return the unuaed 4Oc box and the empty box to
ua by mall, or the drucxlat from whom you purchaaed It, and cet your money
bach for- both boxea. Take onr ad vice no matter what alia you atart today.
Health will quickly follow and you will bleaa the day yon lirat started the uae
ofCwaJSC-aJuVETt. Hook. Tree by mall. Adus STk'aVLUifi &KSSJ1 CO. haw lark ar Caicasa.
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A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL.
Hear Ye, The Lion.
Watch our next advertisement.
Please to remember the first of September,
Nineteen hundred and one,
For that day soire changes the Lion arranges
In the gifts that are easily won,
The New List of prizes affords you surprises,
The record is broken for worth.
Such presents of value to cheer and enthrall yoa
Were never yet offered on earth.
The Premium pages have gifts for all ages.
For childen as well as the old;
You'll deem it a duty to win one of beauty
As soon as the List you unfold.
The father or mother wants something or other
'Tis sure to be there in the List
The son or the daughter may often have sought a
Long coveted thing they have missed.
So therefore remember the first of September,
If, after that date, you can't find
The List at your grocer's, why, don't take
But write just to put us in mind.
Two-cent stamp inclosing the postage com
Will bring you a List right avgy;
Remember, remember the Firs; 0f Septerr.-" m
LION COFFEE'S New rremium day.
Just try a package of LION
the reason of its popularity.
and you will understand
WOOLSON 5PICB CO.. TOLEDO. OHIO.
TO VISIT TUB
May 1st to Nor. 1st, 1901.
One of the Seven Wonders of the World, withia
an hour's ride from Buffalo.
Thousand Islands, Muskoka Lakes, tho Adlron.
dacks and New Eneland points are but a abort
and delightful ride by lake or rail.
SPECIAL LOW RATE
Big Four Route
TO BUFFALO. :
Stop-over allowed at Buffalo on all Throagb
Tickets on Payment of One Dollar.
WARREN J. LYNCH, Gen. Pass. Agt Cndnaati, O
Kext Session will open September ISth. Attention of,
parents and others invited to the institution's facilities.
Able Xsxulty of fourteen. I'hysicjLl Director. Gymnas
ium. All nsusl branches tauarht. Beautiful location, ia
delightful community. Healthful. Arceafible- fcx
penett very low. Less than one hundred dollars eaca
half year. Large endowment for support. Forcata
lotrue or special information, address KEV. GEOKGS
SUMMET, l. D.. LL. D. , Chancellor. Addres until
September LOth, Jklonteasle. Teancuce.)
! C7 . .j 1 Select home school for young
! O C. I rl C.L. ladies. Teachers, appoint
- - - meats and Influences- unsur-
I tLVfl ALE, passed. Terms moderate.
Cnl croc Opens Sept 2, 1901. Write for
O Us-tUt catalogue. Rct. Kdsaasd
BopklasTlUe.Kr Harrison, A.M.
Use uTAmCHILL CURE
NEVER FAlLcVJce, SOo
A. N. K. F 1874
Kl lUhii WntHt ALL tlol iAlLb.
Ki Beet Congh Sjrnp. Tastes Good.
lis 1 In time. cVld b dmircl!t9.