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Saint Marc'S Beacon
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY By T. F. YatM Md F. V. King. A Dollar a Yaar In Advance. Terms lor Traniiient Advertiabif. One square, one insertion $1 00 Each subsequent insertion .50 Eight lines or less oonstituteasquare A liberal deduction made for year ly advertisements . Correspondence solicited. LUMBER BUYERSiTTEMTIIUI Every close buyer of lumber knows that an inquiry addressed to Frank Libby f? Co., Washington, D. C. brings out the fact that PRICES are always lowest; SHIPMENTS are prompt; QUALITY tbe same as represented, and ENTIRE SATISFACTION given by the old firm at ® & New York Avenue. N. W. WE QUOTE YOU CfJDBGI A PINE FLOORING, $2 per hundred square feet. CEILING, beaded, clear and dressed $1 50 per hundred sq ft 6-lncb Weather boarding, dressed, II 33 per hundred sq ft DOORS, 11 inch thick, live panels, 81 15 cents each BEADED CEILING, common, fl 25 per hundred aq feet. of all kinds kept instock, and we are prepared to load out in struct a residence or a barn. There will be nodelay, no errors, for we al ways invite the buyers to remain with us and inspect the loading and shipment of a bill of goods. FOR Shingles, Doors. Blinds, Flooring, etc., see FRANK LIBBEY & CO.. 6th & New York Ave., N. W. Washington, D. C. wb, J 8 b SEND US YOUR ORDERS. w,t Ti l THE UNDER-PRICE LIQUOR HOUSE I S OFFERS YOU TO-OAY 12 Bottles of Standard Whiskies, Assorted in Case : ] j ?W iison, Paul Jones, Overbolt, Trimble, Home Club, Hunter. Jas.s K* Pepper, Oscar Pepper, Anderson, Hermitage, Elks, Potomac ~ FOR $9.30 P3B CASE. | |tHE UNDER-PRICE LIQUOR HOUSE OFFERS YOU TO-DAv| S 12 Bottles of Cordials, Gins, Brandies, Cherries, Creme de I a J Monthe, Tom Gin, Geneva Gin, Sloe Gin, Diamioa, 8 French Brandy, Orange Bitters, Boonekamp Bitters, Creme de Violet, Anisette, Kimmel # 70S $8 50 PEE CASE. | |BULK WHISKEY, - too Gallon to ftOO.J | slii ljUfS I 204 7th Washington, D. C. Es laS“ Tbe Test ot Time, tJSWST 1 LIVE AND DBIBBID POULTBT. Shipper, who want a large and absolutely reliable house to handle their BalU wore accounts should get In touch with.; I. COOKE & SONS. 7. IP. St. We hare the outlet and can please you. We handle Poultry, Eggs, Calves, Lambs. Wool, Fur. Grain, Dressed Pork, Fruits and Vegetables. Returns Made Daily. Sept 22-y SCS* Ship your Poultry. Eggs, Grain, Wool and Lambs -TO- C. M. LEWIS, 14 E. CAMDEN ST., Baltimore, Md„ MEMBER OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. EDELEN BROS., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, FOR THE SALE OP TOBACCO , GRAIN ANO PRODUCE. Npeoial attention iflven £o Th.e Inspection of Tobacco, 196 8. SOUTH CHA&LSS STOUT, BATHCOBI, VZ> ALSO DEALERS IN Edelen Bros., Special Tobacco Guano, Edelen Bros. Wheat and Grain Mix ture, Pure Ground Bone, Pure Dissolved 8. C. Bone. ’Special Tobacco Guano’ and Wheat and Grain Mixture w> ■ays had mampfaotubHd. SPECIAL ORDERS SOLICITED. J&iint IBarb’s ZEkaton. VOL. 66. LEONARDTOWN. MD M frHlgp>AY. SEPTEMBER 14.1905. Id. M 4 ¥a. By. Co. PAZVXXHTBVIB LOT. SUKMXS SCHEDULE- In effect July* IMS. Steamer StTmABTS will Imre Pier 8 Licht Street. weather permit- UM, ererjr W BDN E6DA Y tod bATUMDAT Haven, Plus Point.Oov- p * tuxon * Returning will losre Benedict, itflrrr per mitting, sverv MON OaYlouTh U RaiA Fit fc a. m, Sottemy nt a.m, Mnotoae Laad ius Uttt. a., Pearson's si ISO- . m., uw cruMrt Kuo Mil a.. Plum riant at Ipu a, until 8 p. at. for the toiiwl^rtanll: Four Hareo. Pearson's Sol ken. Williams, Piuen runt. Mli .tuoe, Duket. Unreal BokmmV Intend. Jones’. Trent Hall, Governor'. Kuo, Spenser's, Parker's, HoUaad Point, Are Point, 8u Leonard's Forrest s. Benedict. Steamer Westmoreland will Imre PierS Light street, weather permit ting, every Sunday and Wenueaday at 10 p. m. lor Patuxent Hirer direct, ae far a. Bristol. •••turning will Imre Bristol. weather per altunf, Tuesday and rridajr atß a.*., how w Marlboro, at 11 a. m.. Uenediet at SwU p. in.. Millstone at p. m , Pennon', at 8.1& p. m. tor Baltimore, calling at do weave* oe.ow Leiten'a except when ilfuatied from wbarve* on tbe nrer for passengers aud perishabc 1 retabu Vretf bt received at Pier S Wednesday and Saturday until • p. a. tor tbe following wbarve.: Leitob’s. Trueman’* Point, Deep Landing, Holland ■ Cliff's. Magrutier's Perry. Lower Marlboro. White'a Landing, Ferry Lauding. Mmiiogbnm's, Lyon's Creek , Bristol. WIU.AHD TUOMhOM, President T. MCBJDOCK. Gen. Fru A Pass. Agent. Pea Hill Steam Saw & Grist Mill, St. Jerome’s Creek. Md. CHAS. RICARDS, Proprietor. This 1. the age of Inventions. i h>v>. availed myself of the lame, and have purchas ed an engine, grist mill, oora and oob crusher Y l *.? 10 ?* SPP>ved make. laa prepared P OMibl *’ woe * in the shortest pcmiDie Use. I uae French burn and the J* Bueeweet and comparatively free from busk. The steel roller, of the celebrated mammoth flour mill* of MlonMpoUsoaaaot norn “iff PI mHI “ fllrelmaLl weigh all corn and take one-seventh toil. A com better run Dt nfemm for the use of cue toaen free of charge. Tuesday, and Friday. SmJSSLE!!!*?"* <U ? #> • nd 1 b every day. SaUsf action aiwy. given. Give me a cat I and verify ay assertions. J une 8-y* Hayden * Bollock, Zs Boxiaeu at W. T. AMU Old Stand. FIBBT-CLABB LINK GROCERIES, TOBACCO, CIGARS, etc. CANDIES, APPLES, ORANGES. ETtrjthlag Oltan and N.at. Stock all new. Call and examine. Moore’s Hotel AND Summer Resort, LEONARDTOWN, MD. OPEN ALL THE FEAR. •L'T'Y FiitisT-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT. NgWhdL LIVERY ATTACHED. Fartloular attontlos paid to TramsUat Outoaon. IT Terms Moderate. WALTSR H. B. WISE, Proprietor. SIIUTAKIRS. With an elegant new Hearse and a full stock of Coffins and Caskets I am prepared to serve funerals at tbe shortest notice and upon the most reasonable terms. In connection with this I designate especial attention to my Blacksmith and Wheelwright department. All orders quickly and neatly at tended to. A. C. WELCH, June I—y.l—y. Chaptioo. John B. Abell, —DEALS* IE— POULTRY, EGOS, LIVE STOCK, HIDES, WOOL. Ac. •18 LobloUbs Ato., V. W WABHIWCTOW D. C. W. C. Mattingly’s Lwnirdtown Lively Stable. Hone* that are Horee* to Sire. Horses taken to board. Reduction made on horses IVni left by the month. TKAXB AT ALL BOVBS. Driver when wanted. Give me a call. WM. C. MATTINGLY. Galt Water Front Farms Wanted. RRi - lmbs Hbgotuud Mam A Sul-. v >i;d pß||ne Executor, tv or 11Qalee.guar ■. . Officer! of h Fraternal! y^|Kttor f reeeiv- B o r i e ty. Bag!, * . *ine or pioyec uf - t!s a n k, Co h&int i">r*t ioa and a* M iTnatii e|n)!Moat Factor, KMabii-.li ment! nite*l Stales etc- ■■2^PWidi6i, ev ■ N W COR OH sWIALEXING TON BTB.. iH, HD, KUWIN WA libtfSt, Prci’t. SMMBVAKIM. Coffins and Casket*, latest styles, ai ways on hand and furnished at shortest notice and at lowest prices for cash. Three Hearses always on hand. Horses booing, $1 cash. In connection with lay Black smith and Wheelwright department, I am prepared to build Carts, Wag ons, Buggies. Ac., at low prices. Repairing, Bunting and Trimming. J. A. DILLOW, June 21 —if. Leonard town. Henry K. Field A Co., Lumber, Shingles, Laths, Doors, Sash, Blinds and Building Material OF ALL KINDS, ESTIMATES FURNISHED. OFFICE, 116 N. UNION ST. FACTORY, 111 N. LEE 3T. ALEXANDRIA, VA. Undertaking. With two e?e- i. A a* aa gant Hearses Am mmmmmmaL and a full line Coffins and L Caskets, I am prepared to serve funerals at the shortest notice and on terms to suit the bard times. In connection with this, I devote especial attention to my Blacksmith and Wheelwright department. All orders quickly and neatly at tended to EUGENE HALL, May 10 —tf, Dynard. HEADQUARTERS 708 WALL PAPER. NO need to send away for Wall Paper and pay two price* (or it and at the same time have nothing to pick from, and then be dissatisfied with it after paying a large express bill extra to get it here. We hare samples of about 500 varieties in prices ranging from 0 cents to 65 cents per roll. Come and select your own choice. Ex pressage prepaid on all purchases. N. L. NUT WELL k 00. Charlotte Hall, March 9, ’US-U. Md- Green well’s Mill. FLOUR, Meal and Feed on hand for sale ail the time cheap for cash. Hereafter, in order to avoid hav ing to keep mill books, ail orders must be accompanied by the cash. F. F. GREEN WELL. Rlankamithing- HATIKfI erected s sew Blacksmith Shoe on my tot on Fenwick Street, Leoaardtown, sad barli>a secured the services of an expert workman From Washington o*tv. I am pre pared to do sU work ia mr line of bnsisem with cars sad promptness. satisfaction yuar- WK 0. MATTINGLY. Msr Mi Hotel Swann Pi NET POINT. MD. Open all the year to the general public and traveling men. Livery attached Drummers conveyed to aad from bi. George’* Island. Rates reasonable. Feb 7—y J. T. SWANN. Homes tor Sols. Farm on St, Jerome*; Orach, containing a acres, desirable for s beam aad Is valuable Oyster Grenada, known as “Corcey's Poiaf and recently occupied by jerry B. Wiightaoo. Also farm on PotoameTßvor. la Srd ■ration District, of St. Mary's County, containing US Leonardtown. Md. Oct. AXH.—tf. BOUGHT* SOLD. A Improved farms bought aod aotd. nZL Parties deslrtag to ao mthcr will tad ft to their tatereet to commuatoedsiwtth me. OL W. THOMAS, June !•—v. Mirhanlmtille For Sale. TWO YOKE of broken young STEERS aad several unbroken. For terms, Ac., apply at Banayaido, Budd’s Greek. Aug 10—m, M. E. KIBK. Proclamation. WIiSRBAB,at tbe January Session of th* General Awspbly of Maryland, held Ib the fw of Oar Lord, one thousand nine hundred aad four, two bills were pnsMd, owe proposing an amendment to aoeftOß I of Article 1 of the Coostilu tloH of the Suae, the other propoeiag an .■sertmeat to Section 34 of Article 3 of the Coaetitutlo* of the State, which said* bills are la tbe words following, to wit : CHAPTER 96. AM ACT to amend Section 1 of Article lo£ the Constitution of this Stale and to provide tor the submuwtou of said ameudmeßt to the qoallfied voter? of this Stfte for adoption or rejectioa. of all tbe members of each of the two Hooso concurring). That the following section be and the same is hereby proposed as sa amendment to Section i of Article 1 of tbe Constitution of this Stste, and if adopted by the legal and qualified voter, thereof, as herein provided, it shall su persede and stand in place and stead of Section 1 of said Article 1. Section 1. All elections by the people shall be by ballot. Every male citizen of the United States, whether native born or naturalized, of tbe age of 21 y*ara or upwards, who has resided in this State for one year and in the Legislative dis trict of Baltimore city or in the county in which he may offer to vole for six mouths next preceding the election, sud who moreover is duly registered as a qualified voter, as provided in thi* Arti cle, shall bt entitled to vote in the ward or election district in which he resides st all elections hereafter to be held in this State; and in case any county or city shall be so divided as to form por lom of different electoral districts for the election of Representatives in Con gress, Senators, Delegates or other offi cers, then, to entitle a person to vole for such officer, he must have been a resi dent of that part of the county or city which shall forma part of tbe electoral district in which he offers to vote for six months next preceding the election, but a person who shall htvc acquired a resi dence in such couuty or city, entitling him to vote at any such election, shall be entitled to vole in the election district from which be removed until be shall have acquired a residence in tbe part of the county or city to which he has re moved, Every sucu male citizen of the United Suits having tbe above-prescrib ed qualifications of age and residence shal' be entitled to be registered so as to become a qualified voter if be be— First—A person able to read any sec tion of the Constitution of this State submitted to him by tbe officers of regis tration and to give a reasonable explan ation of tbe same; or if unable to read such section is able to understand and give a reasonable explanation thereof when read to him by the registration of ficers; or Second—A person who on tbe first day af Janaary, lbt>9, or prior thereto, was entitled to vote under tbe laws of this State or of any other Stale of tbe United States wherein be then resided; or Third —Any male lineal descendant of such last mentioned person who may be twenty-one (21) years of age or over in tbe year 11HN>. No person not thus qualified by coming under some one of tbe above descriptions shall be entitled to be registered us a qualified voter, nor be entitled to vote. Section 2. And be it further enacted, That tbe foregoing section hereby pro posed ae amendment to tbe Constitution of this State shall be at tbe next general election for members of tbe General As sembly to be held in this State submitted to tbe legal and qualified voters thereof for tbetr adoption or rejection iu pursu ance oi the direction contained in Ar ticle XIV of tbe Constitution, aud at said election the vote on said proposed amend ment shall be by ballot, and upon each ballot there shall be written or printed the words “For tbe Constitutional Amend ment,” or "Against tbe Constitutional Amendment,'* as tbe voters shall elect: and immediately after said election due returns shall be made to the Governor of tbe vote on said proposed amendment as directed by tbe said XlVtb Article of tbe Constitution. This is to certify that this engrossed document proposing an Amendment to tbe Constitutional tbe State of Maryland, the original of which was passed by tbe denote by yeas and nays, more than tfaree fifths of ail members elected voting in the affirmative, on March 3, lUO4. SPENCER C. JONES, President of tbe Senate. ROBERT 11086, Secretary of the Senate. This is to certify that this engrossed document proposing an Amendment to the Constitution of tbe State of Maryland, the original of which was passed by tbe House of Delegates by yeas aad nays, more than three-fifths of all the members elected voting in the affirmative, on March 10,1004. GEORGE Y. EVERHART, Speaker of tbe House of Delegates. BENJAMIN L. SMITH. Chief Clerk. CHAPTER 87. AM ACT to amend Section M of Article 3of tbe Constitution of Una State. flsenoN I. Be It enacted oy tbeOeoeral As sembly ol Maryland (three-fifths of all the members of the two House* concurring). That the following section be and the same is here by proposed as an amend meat to the Consti tution. of this Slate, and if adopted by the Is yal and qualified voter* thereof, u herein pro vided. it shall supersede aad stand In tbe place and steed of Section 84 of Article 3 of said Coo- ItUlltkML Seen os 34. Mo debt shall be hereafter con tracted bv the General Assembly unless such debt shall be authorised bv a law providing for the collection of an annual tax or taxes sufficient to pay the interest on such debt as It falls due. aad also to discharge tbe principal thereof within fifteen yean from the time ot contracting the same, sod the taxes laid for this purpose shall not be repealed or applied to any other object until tbe said debt and In terest thereon shall be fully discharged Tbe credit of the State shall not in any manner be given or loaned to. or in aid of any Individual, association or corporation; nor snail the Gen eral Assembly hare tho power to any mode to Involve the State la the construction of works of Internal Improvement, nor in gisating nay aid thereto which shall involve tbe faith or credit ot the Stste; nor make aov appropria tion therefor, except In aid of the construction of works of Internal improvement la the coun ties of SC Mary's. Charles and Caivert, which had no direct advantage from such works as have been heretofore aided by the Stste; and provided that such aid, advances or appropri ation* Shall sot exceed in the aggregate th* Sam of five hundred thousand dollars, and they •hall not use or appropriate the ptoceeds of the internal improvement oom panics, or of the Statu tag now levied or which may hereafter be levied to pay oti the nubile debt, to any oth er purpose until the interest and d*M are fuL cisaaMaldf outstondi*** 11 *° Qsaeral AwMbty may, without in the Tnwurr not otherwise appropriated! only In the construction and Maintenance of public roads end highways under and ta aa wtwhaoee with such regulation* aa the General And be it further enacted by ths authority aforesaid. That the aforegoing sea son hereby proposed aa aa amend men I to the Cooat. tutloo,hillb. at thc£ ~2S3°Si I&ffTfSUZ'cSXISSiSS saykssssasss reeteu bv the said fourteenth article of the Constitution. ■ •nww ot tae Tf*** ** to ■° erUf r that this engrossed docu- AisewdMenttotheCooati tutioo of the Bute of Maryland, the original of which was passed by the debate by yeasand nays, more than three-Sflhs of all the men. Mwh nw ****** *“ tt “ ■•"■■Mu ■on a PENCKS C. JON as, UOHBHT OSB, Pr^4 '° ,0 ' U, ' lk ’“‘“ Secretary of the Senate. This Is to certify that this engrossed docu ment proposing an Amendmenttn the Coosti tutlxn of the State of Marrland, the uriainai of which waa pasted by the House of Delegatee by yea* sod najs, uiurv than • hni- H’lhs of all on**>Urcl!To*MWL **** VUUU * GEORGE Y. KVK IHAUT. Speaker of the Huuw of Delegates. BENJAMIN L. SMITH, Chief Clerk. Now, THCRBroitB. I, tlim WitniLO, Governor of the State of Maryland, in pursu seoe of the provisions of Section 1 of Article 14 of the Constitution of the state of Mary land. and of the mandate of the Court of Ap peals of the State of Maryland, do hereby or* * °? pjr of of aaM bills proposing said amendments to said Articles 1 ■.“Jj i°. r c onstitution of the State be pub lished In at least two newspapers in each of the co V?. , 5* ttK * State, where ao many may be published, and in any county wberonoTmore than one newspaper may be published, then In that newspaper, and In three newspapers to , tßu °f Baltimore, one of which shall bo lu the German language, once a week for at least three months preceding the next general elec tion. which said election will be held on the lL h d *Ta of November. INK. at which election d l ,^ P r ,d “T - " 8 " 1 * •kali be sub muted. In the form and manner proscribed br the General Assembly, to the legal and quali fied voters of the State for adopUon or rojec | ~JL~ ’ J I Given urxlgr my bind snd ( T s*?lfe T ’S 8 8881 State of I or I Maryland, at the City of Au- Makti - 4WD - I oagolla, this 27th dayof July. EDWIN WARFIELD. B, lb. Governor °'<****• ""‘Sc WE RECOMMENn S; A. FOUrZ’S “Condition Powders” —AND “Stock Food” For Hone, CttUg Shwp A Bogs “POUtm FOOD” for Chickens. Turkeys, Ducks and Geese. Liniaant for Xan and Beast Nor*-book for the name 8. A. FOCTZ and the PANS V. Accept no other. jy You can purchase our gooda from V. o. MORGAN. Leoaardtewo. and the ST. MAKY*B PACKING MKO CO . Wynne, Md. UAKtrrAorcußo oni.v it 8. A. Foutz Stock Food Co., BALTIMORE. MJ, Washington miA Potomac Railroad Conpaay. TRAINS FROM WASHINGTON AMD BAD TIMORK. Time TaMe; In SSect June 1, IMS, 4O a. m. No. 3 No. 1 STATIONS—SOQTU. F. T. MU T Washington IP. B. A W. R. R.) le.** "4t%Tli Baltimore t (P. B. k W.RK.) I I (CalvertStation)le. lie 437 731 Brandywine U.a. Aw. a.a.a.iar. 3H• si - (W. P. *C.R. R. I*. 0 46 • 40 CedarvDle 000 • fib .Woodvilie 7 Ok WOO Gallant Groan 7 Ml 10 10 Hogue* v!, it- 7 30 low •Oaks 7 30 10 40 Charlotte Hall 7 30 10 W New Market 7 33 *u 46 MechaniesvtUa. arrive 7 40 11 M Daily, except Sunday. * Flag Stations. TRAINS TO WASHINGTON * BALTIMORE In Effect June L, IMO, a. a. a. m No. 4 Mo. 3 STATIONS—Mourn. F. T. MU T Maeaaoiesvliia laava 010 1 lb Haw Market 0 W 1 30 Charlotte Hall OS is •oaks 0 W 1 3* Hughes villa 030 I 46 OaiTani Green 0 a 8 SO Wood villa OK 330 CedarvUle 000 3 if Brandywine arrive • 10 800 (F. li. * W. R. R.) la. 0 18 I 33 I IF. W Jk B. R. R. ) Salto 1 ( Union Station) art 0310 30 Wash'gtoaiP. B. * W,R.Bjarr 0300 10 Daily, except handsv. •Flag station Qndisto Optician Maryland Optical College. Nowoo regular Spring Trip through theeo jo „tf. County rotidsnet. Burmastuul March 31- tf '"Mint Main s Buaoou. Job Printing, such as Handbills, Circulars, Blanks, Bill Hands, executed with neatness and despatch. IHtrtiec baring Real or Personal Property for sale can obtain des criptive handbills neatly executed and at city prices 4289 Fata fres a Ban Promptly Ballarat tyOhaatarlaia’BPala Balm. A little child of Michael Strauss, of Vernon, Conn., was recently in great pain from a burn on the hand, and as cold applications only increas ed the inflammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. James N. Nichols, a lo cal merchant, for something to stop the pain. Mr. Nicholas aays: “I advised him to use Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, and the first application drew out the inflammation and gave immediate relief. I have used this liniment myself and recommend it very often tor cuts, burns, strains and lame bach, and have never known it to disappoint.” For sale by Tip pett, Johnson A Foxweil. Ms Idle Curiosity Mrs. Wsc lark no we— l should tike to know, Mr. W.. why you are so cross when 1 ask questions. Surety you don’t think 1 have idle curiosi ty? Great Scott, no! Yours is must perniciously' active, wide awake, sleepless, energetic curiosity it was over my fate to encounter.” Chamberlain,a Gough BomtAy loti oa laturo’i Plan The most successful mediciueaare those that aid nature. Chamber lain’s Cough Remedy acts ou this plan. Take it when you have a cold and it will allay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid expectoration, open the secretions and aid nature in res toring the system to a healthy con dition. Thousands have testified to its superior excellence. It coun teracts any tendency of a cold to re sult in pneumonia. Price, 26 cents. Large size. 50 cents. For sale by Tippett, Jobosou A Foxweil, Leon ard town. •S- California capitalists have shipped three carloads of machinery to Peru and have formed a company to develop the oil fields on Lake Ti ticaca, for which it has received val uable concessions from the Peruvi an government. WAS A VEIT SZOI BOX But Cured hy Chamberlain's Colic Choi era and Diarrhoea Bemedy. ” When my boy was two years old be had a very severe attack of bowel complaint, but by the use of Cham berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy we brought him out ail right,” says Maggie Hickux, of Midland, Mich. This remedy can ue depended upon in the most severe cases. Even cholera infantum is cured by it. Follow the plain print ed direction and a cure is certain. For sale by Tippett, Johnson A Fox well. MW*“The Bible says there will be no marrying in heaven,” said small Harry. ”1 wonder if that is true? “Of course it is,” replied bis lit tle sister. “How could the women marry when there are no men in the place?” Dying of Famine is, in its torments, likedyingofcon sumption. The progress of con sumption, from the beginning to the very end, is a long torture, both to victim and friends. “When 1 had consumption in its first stage,” writes Wm. Myers, of Cearfoss, Md., “after trying different medicines and a good doctor, in vain, I at last took Dr. King's New Discovery, which quickly and perfectly cured me.” prompt relief and sure cure for coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchi tis, etc. Positively prevents pneu monia. Guaranteed at Loker Ade- Wall, drug store, price 50cand |I,OO bottle. Trial botttle free. He —at what age do you think a girl ought to marry? She—Well, I couldn’t think of set ting the day befo e next October, George, when 1 shall be just 2. Somerville Journal. Hags Task- It waa a huge task, to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney disease, as that of C. F. Collier, of Cherokee. la., but Electric Bitters did it. He writes: “My kidneys were so far gone, I could not ait on a chair without a cushion; and suf fered from dreadful backache, head ache, and depression. In Electric Bitters, however, I found a cure, and by them was restored to perfect health. I recommend this great tonic medicine to all with weak kid neys, liver or stomach. Guaranteed by Loker A deWaal, druggist; price 60c. “That man's always looking for work.” “Yes, that’s what he says, butbe’s one of tboee people who go round with a snow shovel in July and a pitchfork in January. ABaA Score. Some day you will get a bad scare, when you feel a pain in your bowels, and fear appendicitis. Safety lies in Dr. King’s New Life Pills, a sure cure, for all bowel and stomach dis eases, such as headache, biliousness; costiveness, etc. Guaranteed at Loker A deWaal drug store, only 26c. Try them. Much to the amazement of the “business interests” the Chinese boycott does not arouse the same resentment that followed the blow ing op of the Maine.—Milwaukee News.