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/ THE STATE OF DADE. All la Good Sl.anc In Th»t T-lvoly Kittle E.’it-or Peoples Party Paper: Dafl n cnpty Populists met according 'to appointment i t convention on the 15ti insK, took vote on cate of holding antic al conv ■■iticn to nominate candi date- for president and vice president. We polled 78 vo'es for the 4 h of July t-L'S. none for other dates. Dado is a union that point as well as for the linn. Wm. L. Pack for governor, if the coivention on -the 18’Ji of May will nominate Peek for governor and elect Brv. Mark Irwin state chairman and put one more on sta’e ticket north of Atlanta, the state of Dade will be con tent. We elected delegates to the Bunts convention to name a middle of reader for congress in the 7th, elected A M. Tatum snd W. 11. Cupport, dele gates, Hugh Lea and Lee Forester, al ternates. Postponed the naming ot delegates to state convention till 10th of May, when wo expect to have a grand rally and a good crowd to see our esteemed countryman and to hear him speak the Hon. W. L. Peek. f have learned since it is impossible for him to bo with us so soon, but we have his promise to ba here soon and as soon as we are a ’vived we will give everybody in reach due notice, and wo will expect our Populist brethren to govern themselves accordingly. Let u begin now to make preparations to have the best meetings that we ever have had ; let's decide what point is the most suitable to have it anywhere ex ioept Trenton, of course we will have .dinner on the g.-ound and we can’t have that at Trenton. There is not a Popu list lady in the county in the rural dis tricts that would dare take a basket of >gmb to that town, they tried that on the 16th day of June, 1894. lam sor y to say they were run over rough ehod and their dinner gobbled up and stamp ed out without any respect whatever for the farmers’ wives that had slaved and cooked a solid week for the occa sion. I hate to reflect on any ones rais ing but there Is something wrong some where. Wo had a splendid meeting Friday April 15 ll.n. Jhu I. Fullwood of Cedartown, was with us and made on address that was highly appreciated by al thr.t heard him. John has found n largo place iu the hearts and homes of thousands of friends in Georgia. Our latch string hangs out to him. 8. B. Austin, Chm. Ex. Com. R L. Lx A, Sec. P. 8. We are going to establish a news depot h< ro to distribute Populist .news- Send in your extras as we will Matter. Losses in Hattie. War Is no jo o. . it hat carried <•?,’ ‘‘more people, as Col. .vandal! would say, than any other agency except water. An authority has compiled some in teresting statiatlca on the lons of life tn war It is found that since tho V th at ( h st 4,1 0 >,OOO 000 men have been slain tn battle. Before the begin ni g of the Christian era the losses ewnnot be imated, owing to the very In.list!iict n- . inaccurate accounts that have been banned down. It Is gener ally conceded, however, that the num bers 1 said to have participated in the L-.i-.Vtea ot the Greeks and other war ring nations of the ancient world havo been greatly exaggerated. At Canea, however, whore the Romans suffered tho wo-st defeat in their history, it is Baid that 58 000 of their soldiers wore Biutn. The Roman army in this battle consisted ot 146.000 men —the picked brawn aud sinew ot the empire. Io our civil war 803 000 lives were Bacrrfload. Os this number, 08,089 were slain in battle. The vast army which guccr.mbcd to clsi.te was no less than 15*,831, while the remaining 20,000 cr so died of wounds received. At the battle or Waterloo 51 000 men were killed or disabled. There were W5.0Q0 soldiers in that great struggle, and it is estimated that one man wo* wither killed or disabled for every 400 fired, oouatkig both the artillery •nd rifle shots. In the Crimean war 95 619 lives were taarLflcod, and at Borodino, when the French and Russians fought, 78,000 jßcn were left dead on the battlefield. There were 250,009 troops in combat In that engagement. Os the 95,615 mon who pariehod in file Crimea 80,000 were Turks and Bus elans. in 1881 a gr-jat uproar was caused because Englishmen took up all <ae skeletons they could find, brought them to England and converted the bon >• into fertilizer. It Is said that B<-i ’y the entire 80,000 ekelotons of the Turks and Russians were thus made into money. In the Franco-Prussian war 77,000 Frenchmen were killed. Tho Germans Bred 30,000,000 rifleshots to attain this Jesuit. During the same war the Gor- Bu<ns fired 363,000 artillery charges. In nene of the battles mentioned was dynamite used. In the wars of the fu ture this terrible agent of destruction must ba reckoned on. Men who have etudied the mortality statistics of ths past shudder at the thought of what xuaj- be iu store in the wars that are to come. Only recently has tho use of dynnrn'.te ill land watfare been consid ered safa for tho army using it. The modern dynamite gun, however, has Beemingly solved the problem, and the men who go to '■.-ar hereafter will face an agent cf d itrirc ion besides which the charg cf Napoleon's old guard were el- '<i’s play.—Times-Herald. Sjmn of the most popular bull fight era of Spain, it is- announced, will de w; . thn ar mt*, and i. ho nd er rifles in di-feiß" ’’ their country. John L. Sul livan expre sed the dastee, some time a: e, to form a troop of American prize . fl ... titers and march to glory under the Stars and Stripes. If the two coun tries can prevail upon their bull tight en. and prize fighters to go to the front, tl e hostilitie will not be without mt igatim- aiieumstancea, after all.—Sa- Vancah Mews. - men in every county V. J V J , O*r >*«*••' W r«far®nc® f® satisfactory WK ’TILL SrAttT tOU AT UACK. h* en>«rlcnr. - >’3- • tM’WL h.»<a>lul r<q«>r*d. W® furninh a full Hna of samples, stationary, etc. Ataaic.a t -*ur for-thw-trarte oviuplet® outfit for buslues*. ho C**Klit<«a riaa yo* «bu revulat* year pr«i- J •‘’Sac-"* Its to •■lty®w®®H.B» U»®«* to Hanan Can on. This 1® not on® of the many catchy advertise i" A ’ - VJii. m ru<nU i but on® of the vary f*w *dv*rtlaeMe*ta offering* rar* *pp*rta*)ty t**rcar* Wa are tho Largest Taiiors-for-lhe-Trade tn America. .• \ < .-♦ I r,• . : X' .'Ml’/a bnMnesnblocksln Chicago. Worefer you to Tltaßsak ®f Cwa»®e®e,i«<3dea<®, aaylipreaa - * • ‘4a orßallreadC*. In n»le»f*,aayre«MaalofCM®at*. Before engaging with us, writ® to any friend In Chica.ro audasic them to come and seeuß.tMU writ® von It It lea lUr®O*por- I ‘ BETTER STILL-come to u /VM ;• i - A Zl Chicago yourselfand see usb®for® angaiciuff and be satisfied every • •- 41 - • -k word we say is true find you cna get steady work **< t!» pay.’ K.lQllhß ’T'V \OF OUR SALKSMIN in your territory how our work pays. Wp refer to t ■ ♦/ ■ ' | *“ <a»ourxnany «al(*smcn throughout the Union.THKT AJA TALI ALIKt. V.' . . / j l Any one of them will tell you how profitable, how pleasant, how ‘ v-’ m easy the work I®. «om i* y<.ur r’’•> * 4< wi _ . r-. eoaaty SuO day® in th® year, l Ui \ andss I H Il W w*wart»*emsgeyou • •** 1 \ ders from almost every : \ ; -■ jSw-y L.V 4 P --7-1 d 5 'iL'i C ■ 'Y r ■ • 1 S exlfltence.thußreduclr; 1 rl - • 5.38 ) SZy 5 the price of ff . \ \ 4 -!•’ » foO*ty will b* <ll'’ n Z. -.!•<«* \ \ y.jj .alA l i-4>rt.-a.31 t tote*Vßtbalre!*(hl*KßA(l> • V \ \ \ X I order »ad M*a»ura. a Th®abovophotograph was«®nt ®nso!!rit-\ \ \ V "2V ? rnnaiieu vmi 5 *4by one ot oursalosrnsn.Mr. U.M.Talbott, \ / VtC FUnNIbH Tv’. §of Yreka. Cal. It show® him at work talc- < 3 hnud.om* *i.d <•»" ■ Ineorilrraforeurcustom made tailoring. ‘ t K Mr. 'i - lhott’3 mCr* have run over fl, tooj.cr month;hl®eamlnfre over S3QO« month, t J Hundred, mnr. »ro don® Just a. well. Wo merely oluw this picture and rtatomeot J '•W« e'-'c Jot hl» bn-ln.s. a. ho <hanrod to .end ns this pl.-turn. VOU CAN DO.VHSJ '«»« JSAME THING AT ONCE. OUR MEN HAVE NO COMPETITION. J c A.t. ”,i‘ • tverol dollar® to get up. also F®*hionPlat*,l*tirurtl*a Rook, Tap® Me*»urr. Business Cards, i r, voor **i4t> •• rsbiier «t*B»p, *te. We also furnish you a Salesman’s Mei C<i*Ddenti*l Price List- Iho price® an? left f ank under each description ®o you can fill in your own soiling prices, arranging your profit to suit yourself. Ae soona® you havereceiTed y - Ar blj? **mjd® bonk sud ®<-*eral outfit and nave read our book of instructions oare f.illy and mark cl in your selling price you are ready for business and can begin taking orders from everyone in v.tir town. At your low price* business mon,ferment, laborers, and in fact every one will order their suite made. You can tak® several order® every d&yatfSco proCton rack m dvr, for riarwim will be aKtoalaheaat your low prim. Ynii Rnmiirr Nd Mnnftv J»tst take the orders andeend thcmtous.wowlllinake thogarmentswlthinftdayeand IQU nCqUire nio nioncy. M(|d d lrß( . t to ur UU3temers by express c. o. D., enbjeel to exsralnetlon and approval *i your selling price, and collect your full Boning prico.and every week we will send you a check for all your profit, b.’lng tho difference between our net confidential price to you and th® pri<-® you sold at. You necdsolltet no manty. A■ .iveraw *®oil«>. simply <o on taking order*, aildlng a liberal profit, and wo <J*llv*r tho g<>od*» eolleet all the monej tßil • -rry w»ek pio«ptly »wi J you I* on* rot!nd*li»rk yonr full profitforth* we*k. Nearly all OUI good XDOU got ft ehOcX fvrjm ua of n* lemt iito. OO ev'ery wank in th® year. ... . . © , ./'UKT /’»I i *■■■?* BE? 1V SQ We mahe no charge for the big book and complete outfit, but a. each ; reiL, UUiSrll IO outfit cubt® tie s»ver*l dollar* to get up,to protect ourselves again many wno would Impose on u« by sending for the outfit with no intention of working, but merely ont of idle curioaitv, A3 A GUARANTEE ofgoodfiilthou tho jmrt of evory applicant, we require you to fill out the blank linos below, giving the names of two parties aa rcferenc®.juid further agreeing to pay OXh DOLLAR and exprejc' c ~«rges for the outfit wh«n ro”*lred, ir found as represented and really a sure way of making big wages. Tn»» 11.00 you agrb® to pay whan eutfit is received does not bf-gln to pay th® cost to us but insures u» you mean bus iE*«a. W* will refund year f I a* **on a* your orders havnaraaucdvd to Sis, whieh aMauntjouean tale the rest day yo« work. out tho foilowtaff lines rarer.,||v, t |<v* j oar nM(| ev t out and »end to ns, and the outfit will bo sent toyOuat •*<•: AMERICAS WOOLEN MILLS CO-, Enterprise Bnlldlas, CHICAGO, ELL. “ GENTLEMEN: Plcaso send me by express, C. 0. 0., subject to examination, your Big Cloth Sample Bock and Cemcle.to Salesman's Outfit. I agrae to examine it at the express office and u found exactly ae rt?-onied and I feol I can make good big wages taking orders for you. I agree to pay the express agent, as a gu’rantso ot good faith, and to show I mean business, ONE DOLLAR and express charges, with tha ,J p.° er : standing :h9 One Dollar is to be refunded to me as soon as my sales have amounted io bes.Ou. If not /bund as represented and I am not perlecUy satisfied I sh&ll not take tho outfit or pay ono cent Sign your uame on above line. ""uimoof i'Oßtefac®, County and flat® on abov® line. Tour mo tfAtionallty cJn ®b”»® two Uni® gir® As reference th® name® of twi men o»er «1 years of ag® who know you one y®ar or Karri*<l or Single longer. _ Aldraaa your )®?tor plainly to _ ~* __ _ ** ■ * WOOLEN MILLS CO., Enterprise Building. CHICAGO, ILL. t*ear fi**d*r*i IM® final* .ha-onrhly n’iie.M*, Cbh offer I* boovflde, ho**r»bl<» tad lltewral a»d a graad ®pp®rtu®lty foi .’.>■■ i ven to ■■ •’ • ••d nre ite.hl* •■u»li*vwent. — r .o!t»r.) Warships. I •| Everybody wants to know how our warships | | look and what tiny are and what they do. Jn 5 fact to keen up with the war, you must have j a full explanations of the U. | I s - M i J War Portfolio Series. a d By special arrangement with the publishers, the National Paper Ckfb has Ht-curcd a few of the flnmrt photographic reproductions ever published of th S. war 0 ve-sscls. Those are arranged in largo portfolios which also give exact up to dan .? or- f.i v nintion about each subject. Q f Free! Free!! Free!!! I V These portfolios cost fiOoenrs for each part, but for a few days, we propose to give v one. Free to every member F Select what number you flusiro and it will be sent you at once. You oan then order 0 v other numbers enclosing the postage each time until you hare the whole series. If you 0 F ev< r one part you will hav® thv whole series. 9 Remember oach part contains 10 tine large photographic reproductions together p with complete explanations, Ts you are sot delighted with this Free premium, we w will refund you the ton cent® postage and you may give the portfolio away—but you 3 F won’t do it and we know it once you see the views. Nothing eheap and shoddy but fine 9 $ art work, the plates ccutiog hundreds of dollars. P | Only to Club Members Free. I <• Tins offer is open only to clrtb m+mbers who send in the 10 cents postage and sew; \ cure a valuable portfolio. If you are not a olub member send in an order today for some w x club offer also enclosing the postage and become one and thus got one part at, onoe. If w i \ you do not devlr® io d© this send 50 cents for ono of the portfolios. a The Series Comprises: S /A No. 21. Th® Hawaiian Islands, No. 26. Th® Hawaiian Island®, \ I No. 22, Th® American Navy, No. 27. Cuba and the Wrecked Maine, A No. 23. The American Navy, No. 28. Th® Hawaiian Island®, No. 24,. The Hawaiian Island*, No. RO. Cuba, 4 No. 23. Tl.e •‘Maine,” No 30. The Hawaiian Island®. 0 Ea< h part is separate and contain Ifi views. Ea<-h number has different views. P ONE FOR A DIME-TEN FOR A DOLLAR. S The National Paper Club will please send to the undersigned reader th. follow- x | ingPOKTFOIJOS: J !» 5 I for A \ which s*■’ inclosed—for postage. F r Name J $ Street i I _ I views of Cuban plantations, cities, palaces, people, fortresses, etc. Views of Presi- J gh dent Doleof Hawaii, Volcanoes, Queen Lil, Scenery, Natives, etc. Views of N A the “Maine" and the otlu*r I’-S. Battle ships. Don’t miss this offer. As soon as the few J A we i unv on hand are gone, no more will be sent. X 5 NATIONAL PAPER CLUB, ? «* 5 7 1 ? J Atlanta, Ga. J HENS MAKE MONEY. ' v y Otwell’s 1 TREE PAINT zlC> /t rg. r "’<\ OD“r.0 D “r. ' TT K' -i« off Burnrs, w. /, / ii"’ market for li: | M 1.1 a i*» \ ni Ul w agvMint for ICci’iif- L’T' s.uide tr*vs In stamps. Donr.r I ,£ ’” , . 1“ r K»Hon-r>a nt» < Hoi.jCitA ClirtE Co *"> lJ " Circular free. SOU agents wanted. *: Atlanta, Ga. 1 W- B. OfWULL, Patentee, CArlluvUl®, XI THE PEOPLE’S TALTY PAPER: ATLANTA, GEORGIA: FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1898, NEW y«A BREVITIES. Bright Thoughts of Ohio’s Leading Ref arm Journalist. Party idolatary is one of the greatest ■tumbling blocks in the way of politi cal progress. If congressmen did not have to spend ,0 much in getting elected they would not be so ready to sell their constitu ency. Reforms'often move slowly for along time and (then suddenly come to the 'ront whon men have almost abandon ed hope. All mein who believe in the right of the people to rule can conscientiously unite in a movement to secure direct legislation. Under direct legislation the tendency to neg’ect the enforcement of law for fear it would injure the party would be largely removed. The president has demonstrated his incompetence to deal with any foreign government, but seems more compe tent to manage congress. Take away from members of the leg ’slature the power to make money out of their position and there will be less scramble for the position. Direct legislation by destroying par ty idolatry and weakening party lines will make it infinitely easier to elect good, reliable men to execute offices. The work of securing justice in this country should have the support of all men who believe in justioa, even though they differ as to some minor details, Tilings Are Hamming ap our way, remarked a citizen yester day. No, not in business particularly, but I refer to the hum of the disk on the new game “Uncle Sam and Spain.” It seems that almost all the kids in our part of town are playing this popular game, and every one of them is trying to capture Havana first. Send the coupon in this paper and with 10c to the Peoples Party Paper and get a game for your children. Friends of Monopoly. Whenever and wherever a Republi can official finds an opportunity to oblige a monopoly, a trust or a million aire he is sure to embrace it It is the alm of the party to help capital at the xpense of the people, and the aban donment of the suits in this state, says the New York News, against the Ar mour Company for selling oleomarga rine here illegally is therefore a per ' c’ly logical proceeding. The Treas ury will lose nearly 83.000,009 by it. but what of that whoa liberal contribu tor to last year’s McKinley llanna cam paign fund is tho thereby? TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY T»ke Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablet,. All drngglata rotund money II li fail, to sure. Sso 400 A Good Suggestion. If private ownership and private op eration for private gain is so much bet ter than public ownership, why not turn the postofilce over to a private corporation? Under private operation we warrant, that it would cost 25 cents instead of 2 to send a letter.—Living Issues. Hanna’s Galley Slaves. Tho men employed iu Senator Han na’s ship yards are on a strike. The laboring asses elected Hanna. It is said while the flag was flying over their heads announcing that Hanna was elected, “the country saved and God still reigned," thjy wore slaving under its shadow for an existence.—The La bor World, Dulntb, Minn.). All in’ a Niitshdl. The question of whether or not there will be a war with Sonin can be settled bp answering the question whether or not such men as the Rothschilds want the war. If they do, the war will epme if not there will be no war. Thai Is all there is In it—Living Issues. They Have Intrinsic Value. What a remarkab'e thing it is that the United States government cannot make good paper money—greenbacks —yet oan make such Inf err ally good bonds! Are ths bonds anything but psper?—People's Tribune, Louisiana. Ail Axiom. Every corporation enterprise that re quires a public franchise In its opera tion Is an enterprise that should be owned and operated by the publie, and not by private speculators.—Farmer’s Tribune. Telephone Hales Compared. Private ownership of telephone* makes an instrument cost S9O a month in New York City. In Belgium, Ger many, under public ownership, the price Is about a dollar a month.—New Time. The Democratic leaders are making a heroic attempt to cover up their own Iniquities by calling attention to the rottenness es the Republican party.but the “hivor” is so short that either the feet or the head of the Democratic party will “stick out"—Buzz Saw. Jones introduced a bill to iesue bands to sell in order to retire the greenbacks and Bryan is in close communion with the vote stealing Democracy of the south, yet some people call this the “new and purified" Democracy. Pu trefied would be a better word.—Buzz Saw. There is more Catarrh in this section of tfie country thru ail other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a hwal fiisease, and presented local anti by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incur able. Science lias proven catarrh to boa eon stltutional disease and therefore requires con stitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from !0 drop# to a reaspoontul. It acts directly on I the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. I ITrey offer one hundred dollars for any case it j fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimon } i.'iis. Address, F. J. Cbbnbv x- Co., Toledo, O. I fjfer-Sold by Druggists, ioc. SI,OOO IN CASH AND NOVELTIES fIeTUHLLY GIVEN AWAY. iJ WW □JI I C iojrp/ 5 9? -a jgr d &TV yr-IN PS- \NEI H o z J - IT N C ML Nl | K" fTEJNIi KIW. /wo t SRiSfY L Ifc-s OITt OFFER CAUFFIXIsY. Yoh can’t lor.-» anythin?. A strolling sign painter Minted a sign on a farmer's gate. The '■'»* knocked down by a careless driver. Ti e fanner replaced th® boards and nailed them on regardless of the sign as shown above. Now, ro those who can cut out the boards and paste them on a pi*ce of paper or cardboard so that the sign can be read as it first appeared on the fvmcr’s gate, we will send one of the following useful household articles. <nd also one year's free subscription to ‘'Tho Home Companion.” one of the largest and best family atory papers for the price in Anieri Wc will al-. > li“n site five huiMlrotl rtollars (Ss<M>i hi ranh among tl. • successful contest mt.. Each < ont- sront must enclose 35 cent® in cash or stamps with his or h*r reply to thisprop os : n rn in*--ir- registration on our sir‘crinhon bonks. Don't fail to name the article wanted in the following UST OF X SEFITi irOI'MEEIOLD ARTICEESr X-Bnv rninern. Puzxle Pen Knife. Novelty l*o®ta*o Stamp Cane. Traveler*® Drinking fun tn ram l . f'utter and Knife, IJglitniiiK StKX Heater. Monarch < nn Opener. Belt Purse. <>ienta* Cuff Holder, J.ittle Duke Plnylng <'arw®. IJnen Murker. Scholar’® Pencil Case. Every am le .<i this list sells for 23c. to 35c., and the price of “The Home f'oitipanlon ”i. 25c. a year, and in addition to this your name is entered for the Cash Distribution. Stud your reply today, enclosing3s' -in cash or stamps. AddressTlw Home Companion, 100 William 81., N. V* MALSBY & COMPANY, 57 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga. * General Agents For Erie City Iron "Works A STATIONARY. PORT- iQv ABLE AND VERTICAL BOILERS; ALSO AU tomatic cut-off S i and throttling F R ENGINES. VSfk P Also m»nnfe.cturerß of w .JSisr ’; BaVf Mills, and dealer! in Grain Threshers, Corn A Mi -r. Feed Milla. Shingle B Machinery, Cotton tfln Machinery, S’eam Pumpq G’>vern O rß »nd Gra’e Bars ’ ; •- of al bl Weaioo hy-e TIKIRSBi;. J»LJB4>SSSO®«4®a-d:..'J4w - slw Mil?s cb»l we will sell very cheap. We keep on hand at all times a full and complete line for Immediate shipment. Price and quality of goods guaranteed. Catalogue free by mentioning this paper. FENfING : Mirea. TA AA/WVW'w E Or i r wns ’ Parks, r arms A/ V y /V' ;Z'\/\ZV WaZ Gardens, M t«sa^\X;fXXA)O(XXX/''XX^XZvvIXXXX)W t X v' Cemeteries an d Grave L v° ts ‘ Th l cheapest and best/ Get our prices. gi.LWOO’D P’JSkr* We pay the freight. We issue three catalogues, [i] Wrought Iron, 150 designs.  Ideal anti D.’amond steel wire picketing on iron postsand rail. ,|3 | Farm, Garden and poultry fenc ing. State which catalogue you want J free. Grate City Fence Works, Nos. 92, 94 and 96 Edgewood Ave., Atlanta, Ga. In writing sdve' Users mention this paper FRICK Eclipse Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Cotton Gins, Cotton Presses, Grain Separators, Chisel Tooth and Saw, Saw Teeth, Inspirators, Injectors, Engine Repairs. A Full Line of Brass Goods. For Catalogue and Prices AVERY & AIcJVIILLAN, Southern Managers, Nos 51 & 53 South Forsyth St., ATLANTA, GA. In Wfiling Advertisers, Mention thin paper. BSrts.»rFesM:o<*«trao«Mre rßnorrw **uvrtr—iwr Inmwt*m nn u* '■■■■wi > UNCLE SAJI AND SPAIN | I - - OR - - J : THE CAPTURE OF HAVANA. | j The Great Naval Parlor Game, i 1 1 amq BUSINESS was pressing, my martial blood boiled; J ♦ COIVIIVIArJ D wanted to go to the Spanish War but could not till x £ this game was published. Now take part nightly t ♦ BATTLESHIP with the young folks in the liberation of Cuba, and J ♦ YOURoELF I enjoy, rathet than fear the dangers and vicissi- J ♦ TAKE A HAND *udos of “grim vliaged war." Do the youngsters Y IN THE enjoy It? Well, rather, and the old folks too, for t i that matter, for the game is certainly a corker and J SF REuD OWI equal to a bushel of fighting tom oats for fun. If 4> OF CUBA. I you have not already secured this game do so at T onco if you wish the youngsters to enjoy pure, ♦ GO TO THE wholesoms fun, and learn history and geography ♦ IWAR AND STAY while thoy are laughing. ♦ .-p It is beautifully printed on heavy substantial * cardboard 11x14 inches in size, with nearly 100 or- J HOME TOO, iginal illustrations, underneath which is the Cuban • flag, full size of the game, printed in red, white * ♦ NODANGER . t ♦ nrvmiD Each game is acoompanied by two mounted ♦ J Ur YU UK ships with which to play the game, and is made to T t COMING HOME foil up when not in use and for safety in mailing. ♦ t u/itli prpi rp On the back of the game is printed a full size t ♦ Wilrl rtuLtu Checker and Chess Board in colors, which adds t f OR EM PTY COAT very materially to the value of the game. This ♦ ♦ SLEEVE combination gives both the newest and oldest par- t lor games. ■— ♦ HOWTOGETTHEM--FREE. f PEOPLES PARTY PAPER NAVAi. B PARLOR N aAraß. IN I ♦ ♦ f X This coupon and 10 cents in stamps to pay postage will entitle you to X j the game. Address * t “Game Department,” PEOPLES PARTY PAPER, i * ATLANTA, CA. ♦ 0 Name Z J Post Os Het X State 2 : ——————J | •WWI7JT7niV4 * YOUNq MEN 2 * WANTED. J Young men who wish to get a f good start in life, should writ* J £ to The Atlanta Business Col q lege, Whitehall St., Atlanta, « ® Ga. This well-known college o * placed all of its 1897 graduates ! J in good positions, and could e * have placed more. Ifr Faya to J Attend th® Beat Oolleg®. If J J you mean business, write to the g * college at once, 4S St? q S®e®<®C®G®G®C®G®C®O®C®C®G®L®C®< '®o®C®C®«£ RATES WEST, TEXAS. MEXICO, CALIFOR NIA, ALASKA, or any other point, with Free Maps, write to FRED. D. BUSH, District Passenger Agent, Louisville & Nasville R. R. 36X Wall St., Atlanta, Ga. Men 4 Girl® 11- |f • - i' c Boys. Complete line. \v ’'V'' I’' ,7S •Oakwottd’ for 8T2.1.0 ‘Arlington’ “ 1*4.60 Money fit Advance. Othrr*ntsls, Sl7«*d>2ll IT KI F JC 1 (Hl A \ f»»r WI’LCIA LOF FMK. 04) to fi!2 50 Shipped any where C’.O.D.wf th Boy direct from manufscturers.iUkvoageEts <tdealer® profits Large Hluv.CMalnsne Free. CASH BUYERS’ UNION. IG2 W. Van Huron Street* Culcqro, 111*. LOCAL TREATMENT la th® on’y sensible met hod of treating Female Dlaeaae®, Leucorrliora, Irregularities. JUNO In.ure Regularity. Prevent Conta- * nri ■ > r-r* giou® l iHeasfs, Remove Unpleoso*! CAPSUI ES odor*. It is Non-irritant nud Anti septic. Notan Internal Remedy. Price, sealed box, |2.00. A BOON TO WOMEN. Sample of Pile Cure free with order. Agenti Wanted. Home Treatment Co., TSMPLE COURT. HEW YORK. Gelders’ Restaurant. 24 Msrletta St., ATLANTA, CA. Prompt Attention aad Quick Service. | FOR SALE. | | Branch's Genuine Rattlesnake '4 5 Watermelon Seed, J Thrfe Heed are seleeted with the great*s> car® and under a system of a carflfolhultiTatton have b?en kept pure 5 f.»r the f-aAt- thirty years. No’other va rtety <jf seed is permitted to be planted <a c«r, the plantation. Impossible to have O PURE 6EE ?of any variety where two J J or more kinds are grown on the «ame ♦ fxrm. Albxaader, of‘•utfUHta, Gn., one j ♦ of the largest seedsmen cf the South, J X visited my melon crop while growing <| and pronounced it to be the only one 4 he bad ever aeen that did cot have a V a IJybdd in it. Th® following Is taken ; v from the Atlanta Constitution: “The flneat watermelons ever seen <> her* havo just been xent here by the Won. M. I. Branch, the watermelon k’cg of Columbia county. They are of « ♦ the genuine Georgia Rattlesnake varle- < 5 ty,‘.nd a more luscious f’ult never grew 3 0 on the watermelon via®. They are d ♦ grown by Mr. Branch, who ha# long j £ since pfitabliftht'd a national reputation j for the excellence of bls melons. Os all < ♦ the watermelons, the best ar® those of 4 the Ratliesnake vari< ty. Others have 0 teen trt«d in various experiments but d ♦ for fctandard exocllence and K very-year < su'cess, the Rattlesnake is tha king of 2 O the melon market, and those frown by 4 <► Mr. Branch are tho best specimens of v A the type to be found la Geo- gH ” 2 $ Trie®. 1 ounce- 100 i iouueen 8Bc.; X 1 pinad Csc.; Ipouxid |I.UO| de-ivered In s any part of the UnibeA States A 'lmlWd 4 T quantity es “Bob Warrte” - X JUiUk. >: delivered. Remit by registered letter ♦ i to Beraelia, Ga.. or Money order on Harlem, G*. 4 £ Address <1 | J M. I. BRLNOH, I Bcnella, Columbia Co., Ga. ?*♦«♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦44 In writtag advertdrere,please mention People. Party Pape,. ■■■ll, ■■ ■ ,11 m ■ 1 I THres BsantlM Women i OFFER RELIEF TO THEIR LESS FORTUNATE SISTERS A SURE ROAD TQ BEAUTY ; ; The Misses Bell, of No. 78 Fifth Avenue, New : York, now oiler the public generally the Complexion Tonic which they have so long used successfully in j/erseaal treatment. THf MISSES HU’S I compicxlM T<mie has almost immediate effect in clearing and brightening the skin. It is not a cosmetic, as it does not cove? up the blcmißtaes pspawders and pastes do. hut a cohodww liquid that, when applied to tihe skip, does not show. It cleanses the poi'is ®f the skin of all poteon- 1 ous and foreign finings and dtosolves entirely ’ freckles, pimples, blackheads, moth patches, excu&4ve oiliness or rerinets in the afiiD. Its use is so simple that a child can follow direc tions and get the best result. The Misses Bell have placed the prieoof their wonderful Complexion Tonic at SI.OO per bottle, which : is sufficient to clear the ©edmury skin. ONE BOTTLE COSTS YOU NOTHING If the effect is not exactly ns claimed, «o that :: you tate no risk in sender far it. The price, Si .00, places ft within the reach of all. it will iibMjutely clear a poor com plexion and beautify a gfiml one. Thisgetf » emus offer should lie by alb Ladies can address The busses Beil on all matters ot the complexion and hygiesw iu the . strictest ocnftdence, a»«l eatißtoctory advice » wilt be pitta propaptly ulthput charge. An > iutereanag’ptlmphK will be sent open re » ccipt of stamp. » Address all ctvyiuHinications and send all > ordera to Tile Hisises Holl, or : THE BELL TOILET CO. > NO. 78 fifth Avevtre, New York.