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COLUM lIlA t.1A"1 ERt.
Columbia, January 9.-- It, is now only
a few days before tlhe legislators will
be heri.e. Thc huildi n g is still in a some
What collfied and torn up state The
sealfolding is in tle corridor up stIaIIrs,
and the interior of the dome is not [in
ished. However, the cont,ractor 81ayS
he will have everything cleared out by
the meeting of the Legislature. The
steps on the front are about complete,
and the building is beginning to look
very handsome. It will tako some $10,
000 to $20,000 to fix i) the torrace and
beautify and clean up the grounds of
the Capitol, and when this work Is done
and the State houillse oCompleted, we will
have one of the hilsomest buildings
and the loveliest grounds of any Stite
in the Union.
Mr. 1red lHliumpert, Ohe Sorgeant
at-A rms of the Senate, has been here
for several days putting the Senate
chamber in order for the Senators.
The Governor hias completed his
message and the mlanuscript is nlow In
the hands of the State printer. It will
be presented to the LegislatIf ro next,
Tuesday, and will not be made public
until that time.
The otlii State oflicls are busy
with their annlual reports, anld 1111y of
them have already been turned over to
the State printer, and the work of
printing these reports Is further ad
varceed than for several years. The
i.' :::z~t~~zsye,%r l atc~
to be IL u: -,it . .
Who lO' 'Li . l, . .. m 1.' )l
Cikion0 . t. u" - 2 !0,( ' 01, t-U- I4 .:
the dViluiI.. t! "t,?*
The State bmar- of -, c .'e Itn
dispeistry are in1 11do M;ol:
.Thie dltispensary goit alorg ver I tfl(~I
last year, hut theIC tccil to , c.
numlinberi of candliidate- for p t Io: ,
tile board. In fact the indlicti lor- art
thit there will bt more candidates for
this positioll 1.11111 anly other in l gift
of the Legislature. The salary i, oni.\
$400 and mileage to 1ttvnd tihe ilect
Ings. A ccording to the report, of the
board there Is over $6),00) of the
1)1ofl(, toi th credit, of tile sch!ool fund,
but, it is ivaillble very slowly its it, i:
used for commillerial capiltal. The net.
proIi t, la1st yea1r was about ti per' centt. onl
0on a buiIness of oivert two 4mill1on (1ol
L.Iberity lIel Ipanssed'( th roug.~h ColumIi
bla yeu: V *trday en r't ute t ' the Char'les
t(in lExpotsit.ioni. Tihie o)1d bell occupiedi
an open'I 14ar, and14 w'as accompan)1i ed by3 a1
numnber of pr'om Inet l'h Iladelphia4 peo
ple( who otclcupy thr ee l'ullmans. A stop
of several hours was made at the un11Ion
depot and,4 thousanids of Col u mbians
took ad(vanitalge oIf the stop to view the
I will try to writ.e a letter for' chLi
paper duiring the session of the Legis
lature. E. Ii. A
A (hond IRI'commthideIti.
"'I ha4ve not Iced that the sale on Cham
berlain's Stomach and1( Liver Tablet,s Is
ailmost Itivariably to those who have
one used them," says Mr. J. H. Weber,
a priomiiOenlt druigglst of CaIscaLdo, Iowa.
What, better r'ecommendaI(ltion could
any medicine have than for pieople to
call1 for' It wheni again in need of such
a r'emedy13? Try them when you feel
dull after eating, when you halve a bad
taste In your moutht, feel bilious, have
no appetite or when troubled with con-.
stip)ation, anld you ar'e certaini to be do
lighted wi-Th the prompt relief which
they affordl. For sale biy W. 10 PoI
lBoth Eden Itei.
The holidays have passed, and ther'e
is a great deal of moving among the
colored people0. There have been sev
ral turkey dlinners in our midst, and
the writer had the pleasure of att,end
lng some of t,hemn.
Mr. Whitman and Mr. Schumper't
- are moving to the Dead Fall section.
We regr'et very much to give them up.
They wIll be greatly mIssed. We wIsh
for them prosperity and happiness in
e . their future homne.
$ . Mr. Clarence Sligh is home from
Mr. 3. Webb White left yesterday
for Lancaster, S. C.
Mrs. Benson Snber has been quite ill
but glad to learn she is better.
Mrs. Bernard Carlisle will open
school again Monday.
-4~ We fear the recent cold weather has
Wishing you and your readers, Mr.
Editor, a happy and prosperous New
Year. May 1902bring peace and plenty
to all. Top.
Job Couldn't Have Stood It.
<'I' ~ -If he'd Itching Piles'. Shey're ter
ribly annoyIng; but Bucklen's Arnica
-'~ Salve will cure the worst case of 'iles
(4 on earth. It bas cured thousands. For
Injuries, Palins or Eruptions it's the
bna salve in the wordk. Price 25c a
borg (hre guarateed. Sold by all
ritey i,,nvi for Utioils i, 'hb!s week to Il,
ml 11111 it 11ing (if 1 i I.-ab.11llte #-IN
N ext iTsetctiay-NawIurry Al py .e-p.
Oo next Tu'llepday tw loihii r
will conivlie. in III ,sUi<m of IIt
't4.to Capit:il, midl thw I % w I <-r floln
eySOCti-in (If 11h0 '11a0 ar0 aIrdt'!idy'
makingi th'A.irta to Columlbia.
Nowhierry vounty dch t!i:ioni will gfo
llownl th.im week, inl fAwt, somet. (if thet
members have aliedy goie.
Somne Vel'y imrpot'tallt IIII-Isurcs will
nomec up1 at thle Hesionl, 1.11d it is a sat is
faction to feet that Newierry attl her
interest,s are in sticb safe laIils anl will
be so ably re reseited.
lion. Jno. 1'. Bianks, a farmIler by (,'
eipation, fully inl touch atid sympathy
With that clafss, cnn bu- counted onl to
favor and advocate what, he knows to
be to their int.rest, titd loth Ilo good of
the State. Ie has had experience inl
the legislative ha0s and i a good, mare
lion. P. Ii. I)ominick, a risinig young
attorney of tlhe, Newberry b-ir, has tio
ability .o Cope with Ilny of Iore ma
turve Years, tuad ctll be coluntted ont to
ably ICprenllt Il C1on6tittenlts in the
haill of the Hllo of Iepresetatives,
and b)ih friends have hop(s of settie dlay
ha'ig hhn111 rere) sITt I thei il t.hC
lion. A rthur Ki bler, also one of our
represeitialives, is a deep anld profound
tititiker, c blii bo culnted on I, L look to
oitr litlerests wit'ilt illeagl eye, lie: is
solid and conservativve- and otne of t ie
Salft!St Illell Ill thle '801uth (.1.-0 ilia 1,('V
1lti. Geo0. S MowerW is il the SMate
fron Ihis coilty, aI l it! leeds vo
Wortis at, olr ian1Is, fri . I his it-e
er, itnd Nc whvrry vounity Ias prolited
3 :sProsil'0 ill that, hollormIblebo y
r hiS outt3'S 111' his StaLU's in.
- .will ever sulfitr, if his voice
WIan revetlt it
-t aWholle. Nok%herry's tee
'iItlPa't' favora-bly witll
olunty of the Statl', and
x.tI g..tlleen int the
ntL:ey hold, t,he voters
never have vause to
-Y - 1 En P t- : IT T I O.
erreva. h n f a
lit It T v i r "0'.-I
/ens ill Tegt the S. 11 T & T
has hett tee r ciil aItt as ait otliti:tilc.
has been p:Imsel ieretofot,. th.1t c
conisider fair' .. impar.iti-il toi al
pertsons intterested, and give.s futll ptotee.
Itiotl to the cottli tty aittdl citi/e
lie it resolved: That we receive the
petition as IlitfittatI ilt) atttit hat t he s.ittl
he filed andt thtat onr ation'I ht'.etoforeI'.
takein he, and Il saine is, herebtcy con.t
T'iti it,, (1NAGi-cR IN 'Col.ANt tA
the Sotutheirn lell Tevlephotte comtttpaunt,
witht headqua(itrters Vt At lanita, (a.. was it
thec eh y yesterdlay look intg over thle ums'
tass of his cotipanyi aund shtakintg htubid
with his tta ny frientds The visit of ai r
Genitry to anty of thte soithtlerni it ies uts
tually meanIits iiirovemtets ot xt ni iine
Of the telephlone systemt andu thiis v.sit
was no0 exceptiont.
Mr. Genitry was delighted at thle
growt h of Colthniat sinice his last visit
tatd signs of sitbstaintial imiprovmtents
ott every side le said, "we are keep
lng upl with this woinderful march of itn
p)rovemteiit." We hauve a systetii whIich
is the very latest atnd caninot he excel led.
Our btusitnesit has grownt nearly 50 per
cent ini twielve moths. Wec have toll
lines to Charleston, Savanntah, Chatrlotte,
Atlantta, Asheville anid other neairer and
also mtore distant politits. Wec appreei
ate the p)atroniage we are now receiving
and will endeavor to always meirit it.
In1 regard to the detitand for cotitee
tiotn with Sumter, Florenice, l)atrlintgtont,
Newherry, Untion, Clintoit, I4'mretts,
Greenw~ood anid othier imtportanut townts
adljacetnt to Columital, I will say' thati
these townts are aill atnxious for the tele
pihonte contnectioni with Columbiia atnd
the Southern illell Telephone comnpany
is dhisposed to (1o its part towairds butild
itng upi this coutry and1( willamtatke air
ranlgemnent to build the ahoe lines imt
inediately. Th'iese conniectioins tieait
mauch for the future growth and p)rosper
ity of Columtbia."'
This is the first positive atnnounce..
mtent that has beeni made otn the sub)jct,
atnd it will be ia pleasant oneC to the peo
ple of thte towns natted by Mr. Getntry.
--The State, 7thi.
ItEMaRtKAiI.E UUt1IE OF ORIOt .
A Little ttoy's Life Saved
1 have a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain'sCoug h [Reedy. It saved
my little boy's life and I feol that I
cannot pra'se it enough. I botught a
bottle of it from E. A. Steero of Good
WYn), S., and whmen I got home with
it the poor, baby could hardly breatho.
I gave the 'medicine as directed every
ten minutes until he "threw up" and
then I thought sure ho was gotig to
choke to death. We had to pull the
phlegm ont of his mouth in great long
strings. I amn positive tbat if I had
not got that bottle of cough medicine,
my bywould not be on eat-th today.
Joel Demont, Inwood, Iowa. For sale
by W. E. Palham.
11,0 ( I'Eolif't vant t) 0111o Pon'w , ... 1 (1.
N --N wIlrry S u. iejiiI4,j Ii ,
U) in Ohio is a tcolonly of tol.I, G .
manl peoph.: poople will) woid inake
gaii itz .-c-ople who are(, h1 d
wo l<lst it woul he11l it any Ca- o
n't did t.h,.yV vo i- into it. ;1h 6 anlt.
to Colw 'Smill 4) a mor(-,e vt! . t.e it
They art!e o, io t aworitl ss ,(tI 4)f i;:1.
forc.ig noer., 1,utare po plt. who' ar.- notW
ilt Iretty gol fix, butl, di.si- on ),v
coint. of Ihe hi hi lwie of lat-(1. till-i
Ii 11itel tin wis, ec., ILL their pri l-E.11uI
iUli'.'S, to colkle South Where ti, tall
get llmore. terI'ritory for tl ir m1 n1y,
and where tie cliutt,e i 11ore suitable
lo vrowing VvIgetation andiatc ra il.
There is plenty of gool I111d ni(al
Newherry Lithat parties woild hit glad
to sell anind oi wiieh thesei pcole n%ullh
b)e glad to setle and Imalke their hom",
ild it coild all l1a co plishd if our
citizens would bit iiterest ihl mw-elves
inl Ithe<question the least, hli( ()her
commun111ioies aro.. acting; the Sollt hernl
lNailrotiL Com1pany is doing Ilil i their
power to have them locato s(oinewher
on Its line, of course, whle1re it I I(st
suits its )IIpose, and all we need ii a
litt IC 01f.rt oin otir part, atnl New hterry
can got, them.
We have one of the best cooiiies
ill the St.lt; our. land is good, uit,alte
for growinug any crop thitt can be
grown Vywher elso in thits sect,ion of
t,e count,ry; our vitizeniI have the land
and walit to sell it at reasonab16)le prices
--then wby nlot, interest, ourSIevS-i inl
this 11.ttI,1r a rinll b illg those people
hIt ? We will aI he bnefited by the;r
comling. They will lmv- to live: the
m1IeCbai lts will get tlhil trade; they
will havE to have Flool tvaclrs, doie
tors papers to read, etv., atid tht I- is 1ot,
at chass that will no, reap some bene
lit, b)y thwir. cominl.'
.%Ir..I ohn Soott. as beeln in corles
pondel c'! vith I)r. .. S. SViel' Of
[001000, ()h l v e l-Iring' im-rpo
10h', anUd thlt d1OLlor writc- veryv favora
bly of thli- : ec ion :ind( its- la n -e -.
We think it wild be a '4d ia ft,r
OIr Cit.Z 'I)S to inl tkr' -t t' hemv in
thO In a -tt . n 1 ,
m(ie su tb ' Pen-On to khl1 t-) invi,
ABabies and children need
proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
?on their food something is
Iwrong. They need a little
Shelp to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
COD LIVER OIL
W/T/INYpopHO//oTES o'L/E S SODA
will generally correct this
If you will put from one
fourth to half a teaspoonful
in baby's bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nourish the
Ibaby, she needs the emul
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
Soc. and $3.0o, all druggIsts.
SCOT T & BOWNS, Chemlsts, New York.
Stock holders' Annual
3[Stock holders of the Natlo- iat
Bank of Newhierry, S. O , will be hcld
at, the olilee of the' President lit New
berry, 8. C. at 11 o'clock a. mn ,Tuesday
the 14thi day of January, 1902, for the
p)urposC of electing directors, andi for
the ir'.tLnsaction of such other business
ats may crime b)efore the mecet,ing. 8tock
holders wvili please attend or bo rep)re
sented by proxy.
'I'. S. DUNCAN, CashIer.
December 18th, 1901.
A Good Place for Sale.
T AM GOING TO LEAVE~ NE~W
..berry county, anid therefore offer for
sale my homes, eituated four and a ball
miles north east of Newberry, (includ
lng 18 acres of land, houise, barn, well of
good Water, tenant house and young
orchard.) Also horse, cow, tv. o buggIes,
(single and double seat) and 40 or 50
bushels of corn. Want to sell at once.
J. B. H OOD.
Jan. 2. 1902. 2t
Noddin' by d Fire
Solt.e folk , t'iks lit' right an' p.pal
Soonl as he-dtillie erteerrounl',
FI' to Serlible 1.o de kiver,
I,;Ik dey'd byeahvd de trulliuet solu'.
1u1t 41 s. p.-ople 1h- a ll's's
Whut I Illos'h1% .\ 4" s desiahl;
)at's do settin' rouI' and dozin',
A lt, I-i ddi' by iv Iiah.
W' N.t o 's ti:IhIt.d out : loein',
I f mt lo' id'e ,)1)%-a,
Whit's de use of- 1cs :1 fallinl'
)nI yo' pallet lak a cow?
Why, de full is all inl waitin'
i de face of aII (Ie tialh,
Ani' a-<()zin' and a drowsin'
By a good (' hick'.y fi:l.
Ot, you grnits an' groans in' imumbles
'Ca'se yo' holf s is fuill o' 4aol',
Douglh ye feels de joy a-tricklin'
Roun' de co lials ,f yo' soul.
Ait' yol 'low alothalh Ittitute
'S sho to git voui w aIn ill' dryal,
V'Uen you set up pas' yo' bedtille,
'Ca'se you hates to leave de fial.
Witut's de use ' downright sleepin'?
You call't feel it. while it las',
An' you git l) feeliti' sorry
\W'en de tite fu' it is pas'.
Seem to ile dat tite too precious,
An' de houalhs too short entiah,
Fit' to sleep, w'e 30ou cotuld spelt' 'Cim
Des a-loddill' hy 'le fial.
-Paul 1,aurence Dunbar, in the Century.
So.e tile ago my daughter caught,
a severe Cld. Sheo complained of pains
ll Iner chest and had , bad cough. I
gave her CilbtIrItIIain'- Cough Hemctly
according to dirt.eclions anld in two days
sh144 was well and ablo to go to school
I have used this rvimedy inl my(l3 faini
for the iast Y4ven years and lhtave nlever*
known it. to fail," says Jain's Prender
ga.t, murchant, Annato Bay, Jamaica.
We,t India sl)ands. The pains in the
chet't indicatvd an approachittn- attack
(if pneuionia, which in thuis instance
wi uinldoubted%.l warded of by Chan
Ieriain'( 'oul Rlemdv. It i'ounter
act- anv te.donl 1v of a% eold toward
plnelmllonia. S,)Iti by W. E-. Pe1ham1 .
STIA I''. :F I'Cl' I'A NOL INA,
COUN 'Y OF _NE \Vhi tY-IN
CoM.MuN I 1.AS
- ad N
tuin net r a" and o.t b.
- . J C -mo Af L~S. a.dnd
.1~ ~ Mi or,=o X~'141
Sa:1. t' W L cat.
4 of Sab-: Tile fir-'t lot to be
Sobd for eash. The 'c0ld lot for one
half on'l, t.L. balani o n a credit, of
twIte on 04t.hs from11 <hty oIf sale, to be
s4teured by bond)01( of tho pur1chaser andl(
mor4t't't'.> of t he pr'em4) ise sol, with
intreo fro da 4o'(f 844lo. Unrich aser
t.. 14"y for4 5tamns anit('l papers,
iI I I~tlKA Itil, Master N. C.
ST 'AT'FC OF SO UTil C'A1OL1NA
('OU N TI'Y OF N I' W BEi U RY-1 N
COM MON P4LEAS.
* . Al' ro.' '1 arris, Al dmi nistor' of the
IPe&r' oie a !ate of Ja:mes Y. H!arris
D).aaid, PItint ill,
ICl 'a \I 5oubert. Deufendlant,.
der hfore'4 t.he Cour'114tt Hous atSOI New-'
locrry, S. C '., on sal1eday int February,
I.ext, 190)2. all1 the two tr'acts or' planta
tions of land Sll sitat and1la bi ng in the
County of Now herry, antd State aforc
said,(1 con4144itaiig in TracLt No. 1, One
Hundr( ied and4( For1t,y-t wo (142) Acres,
more' or' less, and4( hounded by lands of
WV. B. Oxn,-r, Geo. I14. Hardy, Adolphus
Hardy, Mrs. It. W. Allen and Mrs.
T'ract N'. 2. the May'hinoton Tract,
conftainfig Twety- one (21) Aeres, moret'
(or less, and( 1b01undled by I lands of W. B.
Oxner,. Mr's. Hannaldlh Hlendoerson anid
Mt's. SalIile HIenders~on.
Terms of Sale1: One-third cash, hal
'fnee on at crdllit of 01ne antd t,wo years
from day of satlo, the credit, portion to
be secettd by a bond (If t,he purchaser'
and a mo'rtgalgp Of i-lhe premises sold,
wit ht leave' to) thte purchlaser to pa1 all
(or anyl part1 of his buId In cah J)r
chaser' to p)ay3 for pnlprs~
iH 11. R[iK ATRUD. Master.
Master's OllIen, January 6, 1302
.THE FACE AND HANDS
require more care dur
in.g the winter. Hard
winds and frosty air
make the use of some
necessary. To cure
chaps, soften the skin
and keep your hands
white and smooth try
Free sample at
GILDER& EEI8' |
S'A Tl' 1 S OUT I CA 1) l, NA,
COUN VY OFP NE,VIWtllY IN
Anid. --vwv .1 . 4 ,inifr, i) his o'
rlht it- d ats I x'or , :-id Mill-in A
C tv isb a. , x I,.to of lhoW Vl of
WL I , n 11ILn for 1al , Ieeunse, l a n
Y OltI),It WTIit I T COURT
h iviv l, I will soll at, public ont
r*flvrt- ,li( t uiirt. Ioteo at New
b,.T .h w\Vi-lI 114 legali ho rs of h i alt,
(III 'he I4'i 1 s. Montday in W.briary,
19I02 it I th re I e.i late in li ' low i
of . Whor' , subdivid-d i.to 14 S A
wil, apiw.ar by phlitt, which is now oi
filt- it) te M ilst.-r-'s oillev, anld whticll
plat % ilI be 1-x0h1.itedl onl dhav of Salo,
th -mi b ith l-tA No- 8. 5. 16 17,
18, 24, 25 26 35, 3 :17, 3S, -10, -11,
-13. -14, -15, 4i. 418 -19
Al-I all itio- rIe t -01.c klowvil a t1.h
Cra,%l'r:d landi, ,it, iatc,o inl 'hi T..wvi of
No-whvrr,v Iutbdiviti-o into i0ir, *tz will
tIlp-rIII by pht ntow on lite inl tLh, MIas
ue ' li. ndl will bII exhlibi., (I onl 41a1v
of sale, t,htoesame I-eingt I.ots Nos 4.
7, 11. 12, 13, 14.
T'u Towtn lots In Newheiry will be
sold one-half cash, balance in tonl year
to be secured by bolld of the purchasri.
and a mortgage of thf-premeises sold.
Pirchaser to pty for paporsand rev
11. 11. RIKAlRD, Muster.
Mlaster's Otflce, .1munuy Wi'. 1902.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 01F NEm\V1 RY
IN COMMON P1LEAS.
Fanniu C. Russet- ot al. Adinistratorlm,
Plaintilyzi, against D) A. Rtussell et
13Y ORDEU, OP THEl, COURT
herein, I will 'ell at pubtl)lit- outcry
before the Coutrtt. House at, New berry,
betweeln the legal hours of stale, oil the
fi st Monday in February, 1902, all that
lot of land, situllte, lying and being ill
the town of Newberry, County of New
betrry. State of Sout h Carolina, measur
ing 40 feet in width and 72 feet 6 inch
es in length, and bounded on the south
by Friend street, east. by lot of Mrs.
Iarriett Y. Lane, north by estate of
Ja itb S Hussell. and west by lot of, or
formely of, Wi. Langford.
Also that lot of land in town of New
berry -on Main or Pratt street, tmeasur
inl 40 feet in width, and 127 feet 6 inch
es in lent,. bounded on the north oy
Main or Pratt street, east by lot of Mr.
Harriett Y. Lane, south hv estate of
Jacob S Russell, and west by lot of, or
formerly of, Wm. Lagford.
All that lot of land In town of New
berrv, said County and State, contain
ing Nine Hundredth t9-100) of an acre,
more or less, known as lot No 2 of the
ml lot., fronting on Main or Pratt
zzr-et. otherwise bounded by lot4 of
Nos. 1. 3 and 6 of said mill lot.
A.so lot No 12, in block 13. of the
Newt-.: New. lamipton and Old Point
D Te*.pi_z Co-par.y's. addition to the
- 2 5 -uri ows.Warwiek Ctpun
v . *,.o of V.r,:iia.
-:." ' . Tiot Nr rNVwS lot.
- s oj. ' the vurcta-etrs and
of 1 e preml ses so.d. Pur.
el''er to day for all papers.
H h. HIKARD. Master.
M1aster's office, January. 13. 1902
Fresh and toothsome.
Sold only by us.
Fresh supply in bulk or
in packages always
When you get
you get the best con
fections made, regard-.
less of price, and when
you get it from us it
will be FRESH..
Price 60c per pound
for regular stock pack
S. B. JONES.
Your New Year Supply
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ASTTRA-A CRK RE
THIS IS THE 6TH AD.
TIut sonbe sur atal getr it. inotest,
ewwit.h thi ad. an3l c tlses F wbru aoy
l, IT902. Rend ads. in F.t ly wrappES1d
pakass They will e c coited by a
(Ion111110ttee of dI Ji interentedu Ieresof.
ASTHMA CURE FREE!
Asthmalene Brings Instant Relief and Permanent
Cure in All Cases.
SENT AB3SOLUTI0LY FRUEE ON REC0EIPT 0OF POSTAL
W"rite 'o"'.r 2f hTaitenfu and .f.dresentlanly
-- - Thiere'us nothing like Asthmalene,
1d brings instant relitf, oven in the
wostrt cases. It cures when all else
a C- fails.
Th R ev. C. M . W ecLLS, f Villa
Itidge, lii., says: "'Your trial bottle of
AsthmaleOe received in good condition.
I cnnot N tell you how thankful I feci for
the good1 derived from It. I was a slave,
chained with putri1 ore throat and Asth
m itta for tenI years. I despaired of ever be
ing ur-d Isawyour ad vertisement for
thfe cure Of h a is tireadful anid tormenting
dip, Asthma, arid thought you had
verspokenD yorl. es, but resolved to
g i ve it a trial. Tio my.% astonishmclent, the
trial aLcd like 't charm. Send me a full
IL ~ siz'e bottle."
Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,
Rabbhi of the C 9i. tIn t ISra'LO.
* Ne" \' V.,k. -bro 3 1901.
I as T'AI"r ilitos' M 5I)I01NF: Co.,
A fter having it carefuilly anail z i. .- e oe Atate tia A-,thmai. on.'. I'oltains* 61
opium, morphine, eh loroformt oir th. I. V r''t'. -ol v s our s,
AiW D!o. MoIitUS, W lV..CilS. 01
Da TPAFrr BROS M i1nicis i: ( 'o. < NS'lNs .Y. ab1 9t
Gentlemnen : I write th i t,.. =.nonhis fArm sense ~ of dut yi, ha vinA tested t.
wonderfulI e'lf'tt. aif yonrl A II ham bIe A for~ A the cur.' ol As, h m>- My ife. ha&s
been itllieted( we hi sps. tic *hm li for th' pasI.t 12 v. als Havinhg exh .u.e
my (1wnf skill as wellI as man fy otr. s. I (h>me dOL.i ttoI Vt yor 1.-b11 i upon tAur
windows on 130th greetc, N .w York I *t ontce iiht s..e'd ai b Lt1.'e .Ar Ast,bmdfemi'IL..
My wife e cue.-' ~ 19 tn ii t. abon th iire ofA A No v. m it I vtery509 soon noiced
a radhit at, lImprovLnT-rt. A fteor usain o. - bt o th- h.' .\s'hm halia dIii jAoptad
atnd she isen:ttirely'rT tree c fro il 0II s. Lm t-. I f.-eil ht, 1 CanI con;sitienit,Iy
recommeflnd t he mtici e o at ll ho are' i 1lla- wit.h thi-. Al i trA.' -sin e disea-L.la
Yourtis rspecitfui:y, ()I I *.iIELI'g l [).
U)R. TrAFT" BRos. MIICINRi Co. ' I"etb. 5. 1901.
Gentlemnen: I wasi t.rouled wit.h Asl.hmn:Ltfo" 22 wa:ts. I have tried numter
ous remnedi es, but thiey have 'ull failed. I ran across your a'dllvertisteent andl
started with a triAll ho,r tie. I t'ounid relief at once' I have sinlce purehased your
full-size' bottle, atnd I amt ever' Lrat eful I have faLmily of fourt childr. n, atnd
for six years was unable to work. I am niow in the t'est of health and6( amt doing
business every day. T'his tst,imony you can make such u-w of as you see lit..
Hosne address, 2:35 Rivington st.reet. S R AiPHA'EI,.
67 Eahst 129th s9.. New York City.
TRIAL BOTTLE SENT BOLUELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL.
Do not delay WVritte at once addrtessiniL DR.~ TANT BROS' MI EDI('INE
CO , 79 East 130th Mt., N. Y Cit,y SOLD BY A LL DR UGGISTS.
In Strong Old1 Foreign and A nmori
Cash A'tsete. Aggregate $34,6113,297. J W L Y.
In Pacific Muitual, the most eco In large varieties from
nomicaI and liberal Comzpauny in cbea - Stc .int
worla.ach a Stc Pm oa
ACcident FINE GOL.D WATCH.
InSUran Ce Call and examine my
In Travelers and1 Maryland stock before buying.
Casulty. Mishaps are frequent.
Over Post OmeeC(. Jeweler and Optician.
T''here are all kinds of m en in th a Piano bustooss, but tbe meanest competi
tr that has attractedl our attinton recen ly, is the man who sets to and wil
fly tries to diissatiefy customrtr that have already bought fine Pianos by tell
nrg them they havo been swit!!Iad, etc.~ We would advise such men as this to
get out, to work, put in the time~ they waste In such work as this in hunting now
customers, and perhap>s they could sell a PIano oupdb in a while.
The class of Peoe e whot buy thes STU6EFF PIA NOS are tbe best pople on
earth, and their mInds are not to he changed by evnra little wind that lows.
ST~IEPI P1IANOS are the very finest ['lanes marie, antd are sold ali.over the
world on merit alone.. It's the old reliable STIE*'1F PIANO all the time, and
whent anyone te you he.can furnish somethinig as good for less muoney--ust
remeimber you have heard "Ghost stories" hefore.
Write today and get Faotory prices en the STIEFF PIAN) and save the
uig p)rofits made b)y the dealer.
Chas. M. Stieff,
Pi.ano Manufac_turer, Baltimore, Md,, North and South Carolina Brancih