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fax kkulibi! view or IT. For nianj wecka j t tbo Daily f elcffrapU lias beon publibin(r notur tl oolunjDi of lottora daily on tlio question, wurriujjo o fuiluro!"' It 'la Motived 27,000 lottore on the 'fubjoct. To day it cods tbe diuctiB ion, and editorially sums up aa fol- 'Tbo eonaeuaua of letters is over wbaltninglj Blrong against early mar riages. Our law ought, wo tbink, to forbid marriagua of youug men under 21 and yoang women under 19. Among tbe working eluabos especially ibis would produco, wa buliove, an xoollant ffoct Then, alao, it ia dear to our mind tbat tbe law of dt Torce must bo enlargod ao as to per mit dissolutions of murringus for do serlion, lunaoy. oanGriao l inebriety, conviction for digraceful crimoH, as likewise for ebtablisbed incompatibil ity of temper and tornperameut snob tta a just and prudent judge would 'admit to bo adequato. Tbat tbo mar riage service as it stands calls also for attention bus boon abundantly demonrtratod by these letters, and tbe sooner His Orace, the TrimntA, jnibbes with tbe Athannsiun croud and turns bis attention to passages jn tbat sorvico which shock tbe youug jninds aqd aQd disconcert tbe older ones, tbe better. The first is that there aro 800.000 more women than men in Eugland, and tbe second that Jbe devastating flood of children do isrr more people here from marrying iban any other consideration," M'hjr Sho Asked " George, dear," said Mubel, as they pat togathor iu tbe cozy parlor, "you have beon coming to see mo evory Sunday night for tho p,it six months." Yes, Mabel," it T..i ilwifA iu aiwi flimcr T wmil.l jike to ask yon." "What is it t" " Do you think that you could ever learn to love another." "Never while tbe stars shine or Abe sun casts bis beams upon tho earth." ' "Aro you suro?" "As sure as that J now live. Why do you ask such u quostionT" "I was in hopes there was somo prospect of your giving mo a rust." Merchant Traveler. m Peace Munt Prevail. Husband (impatiently) Is it pos sible, my dour, tint you cunnot koop -those ohildurn quiet for a moment 1 Wife (soothingly) Now, John, don.t bo harsh with tbo poor little innocent j .things i it is natural for thorn to bo full of spirit and tboy'ro doing tho feest they can, Husband Well, if I coald have a moineut's poace I would sit and trile U.at chock for $50 tbat - you' vo beon bothoring mo for. Wife (stornly) Childron, go upstairs at onoe and if I hear another word from you to-night I'll punish you seven. Jy. Life. CoDxumptloB Kuri'ly ('ured. a'o thr Epitob Flense inform yourri'iul qth tlmt I Uuvo a poititive remedy for tbo obove rmuiud ilmcaio. Hy its timely use thousands of hopoloKH ciihos linvo liocn per manently curod. I hIiuII bo Kind to Komi two ' bottloH of my remedy vw.k to nny of your reiMjor who bnvo coiiHiniijition if tlit-y will send me tboir oxjiI'mhh iimi pout ollii'u lulilr.'HH. IteBpeutfully, T. A. NI.OCUM. M. O. ep 2'J ly. 181 I'oiu-1 nt. Now York. Paul Heyse, tbe German novelist, described as u hindsotno mnn of debonnair bearing, with winning -dark eys and churning manners. Mr. J. V. Wood, of Sylorville, Ixvn, enred two r.crsotiH of uoumluiii and a yotinu lftdy of a K6Tire nttm lt of Born tbroiit with . n fifty ctmt bottlo of (!bHiiilciiiiiii'8 l'nm 11U:). Olio of tb' oi iHong curod of iiiuiriil i& wnn ttjmokl crnzod witb uiu lino. Bronson Howard wunttul t call bis new military umlodrnnm "Cl-(!o," , but as this title was already copy righted for another piucr, bp soltlod on "Sbenandoub." The Verdict I'liniiiniuuii, W. 1). Suit, Drnj;uit, tiiiw, lad , t'n tifieR: "I rail recommend r'.lii trie itittera rh tbe very 1hM remedy. Every bottle wld ban itcu relief iu every caw. One 111:111 tKik Mi bottle, nnd wnx rurcit of lilietitnit tism of 1(1 vtrsKt. Hiding " Alrulmiu 11 in , dru'iHt, licllville. Ohio, nttiriiiH: "Tie- I bent wllillK medicine I Iiuvp ever bandied I iu uiv years' perieiiv, is Klivtric l'it ten)." TboiiNiindH of others have ft 1.1. d their teKtiuiony. ho that the vcrdn t i tinan (11101:5 that lilM-trir H.t tern do cure all di eyi iA the Liver. Kidney or Hli. Only half dollar a liottle at liaycolds A lUnicl's dniR atoro. (,'-) ' fccre t) nothing like K-itlicr. ex ccptiisg, cf cor.r, the nppt-r crut cf .ft yontig wifu's first pie Journal t'f EJacation. A WomaVis lMrotrr. "Aoothrr or. J.-rftil J . v.-rr bs 1-. a mavl' anil tbat f. o .v U It in It s- oui.ti . IhM fsiMf-iMsl it r!utci. tij.ni -T auj for sv m j ruin J ith-t.t its .rtt left, lot l itJ fTn -r. un.l.-rti.iu'.t uj JjitL s-tul lttintin.nl t!:r-s' Bov.tn L rnL-bJ ws-ttlv ail r.riM t. A U- p. Sb l""n.-'.t rf trrf I T Kil'K ' Il-rt.t.r f. t.ir':rrj4 m hhJ w ww h r-hT-J m t s. .i.ff firt nr tbt b J.p: 'l i.-lt i mitts nv tattle hmM lsn t --..:vt rnrA II. r am Mra. Lnt'.T !-' " 1 !,t,. ,:u W. C. Hamrv til's. 1 SS. .1 . N OrK a fr tnJ l-t:V at P.tju. 41. k IM.sr drag tre. SUtter of luterent. Staumtom, Va., Aug.l, 1883. Tb Swift Bpeelna Co., AUaula ;Oa- Oontlemen During tbo early part of tbe past spring (1883) my body wns covored with boils. At one time more thun fifty wero counted on my body and limbs. My faco was not exompt from tbe painful troublo. Tbe usual remedies would Io me no good. Just why I began taking H. S. S. I do not know, but almost im. mediately I began to improve I took noarly three bottlo and found mysttlf cntiroly well. It was your medicine which effected a euro when everything else had failed. Yours truly, J. II. FoimiMM. Had Ulcer. St. Louis, Mo., Juno 27, 1888. The Swift Kpeoillu Co., Atlanta, Oa.: Qentlemen About two yours ago I had a breaking out on my leg which gave mo aliuuht intolerable pain from its itching and burning. I used the simple remedies ut bund, but the dis ease couliuued to spread, covering over a third of my limb. The pbysi ciunt called it eczemn. The first doc tor done me no good, and I tried tho second, third and fourth with tbo sumo result Ono of them said I would never bo well. I had used everything I knew that was recom mended for blood disenhus. ISo ono who saw my swelled nnd inflamed leg which looked ns if tho blood would burst out of it, over thought there was anything but torture for me. I candidly confess that I owe my pros. ent health to Swift's Specific, which in my estimation, is invaluable ns a blood purifier. Gratefully yours, Mrp. Juua DeWitt. 2227 N. 10th street. TreutiHo on Blood and Skin Dis eases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Gu. Tho Philadelphia Call recently con tained an article headed, "A Propos ed Interior Waterway." Wo havon't read it, but it must bo a treatise on a substitute for tho ulinicntury canal. Atlunta Constitution. From the dlolden City. H. A. Murk wick, tioldca City, Mo., writOH '! have tried your O. C. C., Cer tain ('hill Curo, nud lind it true to tbe name Curtain' an it curod no of ublllH ami fuvor after all remedies failed." Warranted barm- Ickh and ho iiloasiiiit to tbo tanto that nny child will tako it. Sold by KnyLioldH.t Dan iel. Dustles nro going out. Five hun dred dozen went out from a single factory iu Bridgeport tho other day. Drake's Magazine. A Physician' Testimony. IV. A. 8. OliiTord. iibyaR-inn and druu gist of Laurel. Ind., writes: "C. C. C, Curtain Couh (hire, linn a largo sale boro and k'Voh uuivorsitl batisfaution. I have found it to bo a uiedieino of teat merit, and cheerfully recommend it." A building lot in an East End ra vine boars this sign: "Drop a cart load of dirt in this lot and see it fill up." Pittsburg Chronicle. Rheumatism Js undoubtedly caused by lactlo acid tn the blood. Tills acid attacks tho fibroin thwues, nud causes the imins and aches In the back, shoulders, knees, ankles, hips and wrists. Thousands of people liave found In Hood's k'irsapurltia a positive curo for rheumatism. This medicine, by Its purifying action, neutral izes the acidity of the blood, and also bullda up and strengthens tho whole body. Tho infant king of Spain ha a con suming passion for bologna sausages. im " (j!(.i i i:ri!i..-' " I Knvud the life of my littlo girl by a Vrompt use of Or. Acker's Kiinlisli Kemcdy for ('oiiHiiinption." Mas. Wm. Hauhiman, New York. For side by C. T. Bass, drug gist. Mr. Frauds Purkman has been oompiillud by poor health to retire from his oflico as overseer of Harvard. 1IC(M l a'.MXM, First a cold, theu a couh, then consump tion, then death. "I took Dr. Acker's t".n Klish Kciuidy fur Consumption tbo momeut I bcan to couh ami I balievu it saved my life," Vi.itu N. Wai.i.m k, Washington Kor sul by C. T. I!as, druggist. Cixpiolin, tho French comedian, is charmed with American cocktails but could not go Boston b iked beans. a ititw r.'4ii:. Col. V, K. Xt'Uoti. of KrMklvu, came Lome ono cveuiuK felitu' a poviiliar tiht- ne-s in Ii!k rL.it lifnm rttiriiit hi triml to draw a lorn I r.'.uli, lut futimt it nliii.tt intiNitili. Hi1 miQVivii f .r four ilnv from Iii..iiui.inia ati.l llif il.K-'.or-c g vo him ii. I I- t'....l..l. I A I.. I ' fciou KjiYi'.l l.im Kn.l ti i wt-U to J. For wilt hy i T. dniK'kit. ! ! Sonor Cattt-Ur thiol, thn CStll. luhiurntof ni.-rs.l ButTra the ruofct n eilr.l rtfurni in Spain. -i bhb: ii- i i mr. "For nt of a nail, ah. v. as f r Mit f a rbon. Iiotm h l wt. f.sr Mit of a h.r ri.l.T 1M." S.-v.-r ti-!. .-t isrikII thin Tli.' fir-t i;ri f jmi. nu..-.i ainl c b.iiTititinn raji i.tt!T t , h,-. k --l I t lr A. k t l"i .!i l:.-T.r! f r,.n- kutiii.tion r.t m! i y T iu-. Jitii:. IV. Hit .'tn-r tn ,J. f-rtii:nfl t rv.;n t'.:e rhir of n'-.rorr :n th t'n:Tcr tr cf lVtin.! t.it 1 1 cic nil. I i oiti: it i;. t" ia :). ttj rj, - r T-nrr- 1 .1 -Tt cr I t- 1..'-. r.;- 1 1- ', V t-.-' -t - n llj- jv l- -i - . '. ; :u - 1 r t t .. ' t The days of chivalry have not ut terly perishsd oil tbe faoo of the earth. Itocently, in West Virginia, a white woman was sentenced to work seven teen days on tbe streets, when a young farmer aroe in tbe mayor'a court and oiTorod to take her place, saying that ho nevor would permit a woman to be worked aa a convict on the public Btroets. Tho mayor ac cepted bis offer, and tho man wai marched off to tbo chain gang. Wa co Duy. Whether tho days of chivalry have perished or not, tbo days of s ivugery have not, clso tho woman would not have been sentenced to such brutal punishment und degradation. Tbe ptoplo who have passed such laws or pe rmit them to bo executed cannot protor.d to bo civilized. Cannibals and wild savages may do more cruel things, butcan do nothing much more brutal. The Holiday And tbt colour wiuter weather are now rap. idly approaching Tho joyful aeason is. ca g.irly aiitieioated by younn folks in thous ands of homes, but in nearly nil tbora are one or more older ones to whom tbo cold waves and tbe storms mean renewed buffer. inn front rhetimalio bucks or Inuba. It Is not claimed that Hood's Barsaparilla is positive spociflo for rbeumutisni; wo doubt if tbore is or can be such a remedy. Hut the remarkable sucoess Hood's Barsaparilla baa had in caring this affoetion is eufficieut reason for those who are suffering to try this poculiar mediciuo. Tho mnn who bus an insido scat nt tho theater cun't go out between tbo nets without putting all his neighbors out. Yonkors Statesman. No otbor romedy is so ruliablo in cases of siiddeu colds or coughs, or for any and al! duraugomentH of tbu throat and lungs as Ayors Cborry Pectoral. This wonderful modiolus affords great roliof in consumption even in tho advanced stage of that ditsease. An "accessory after tbo fact," Wil liam Henry, is nothing more nor loss than a common every-day newspaper roporter. Practical Farmer. Hall's Vegetablo Sicilian Hair Ronewor is tho most reliable article iu use for restoring gray hair to its original color nnd promoting tbe growth of tbe hair, A man who formerly actod as fire man to a locomotivo refers to his rec ollections of that titno as tender rem iniscences. Merchant Traveler. Itch, Manga and S cratches ou human or auinml cured in 3D minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. This novcr fails. Sold by J. A. lieall nnd C. T. Unas, druggists, San Marcos, Texas. uovL'C-ly. S:ira Small has been traveling through Michigan and Wisconsin. A Mid-Wife of Loiitf Experience Writes: 'The Mothera' Friuud" is truly n blessing to mot bars. Iu every enco tbnt Ibaye lined it tho labor pains bavo been less and tbu mother li ft in a good condition to recover. La.lies interested in tbo nuovo, by ad dressing the Hradrlold ltegufatorCo., Atlan ta. (In., can beve a book mailed them free of cost containing full particulars, lmo. Dr. Holmos, tho "Autocrat of tho Breakfast Table," is "rising" 79. Itiii'klen's Arnica Salve. Tho Host Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khonm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Cbappod llaudn. Chilblains, Corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guar anteed to givo perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Trieo 25 cents per box. For sale by lUyuoldsX Daniel. Tho Popo has stmt $60,000 to tho African uuti-slavery fund. II mn nti 1 4 I'lga Arc the .nvreln remedy In all orii whore excess ive or fntullicirnt iiourisl.inenl, fictilentarj liubitH, U'eplehMiichH, traveling ur pregnancy pruduco a ttiiiileitcy to CONSTIPATION. Tliathanoof tlit) Ainerlcnn people. A neglect to lunii'ily tin. condition may ro.uil nerloualy. Iliilllbllrsr Fiirn are a Fruit laxative lozenee. composed of fruiu and vegflabten. although mild. Iney are very enecttve, at u ttietr cntmnut'ii ute keop the howela Iu a healthy and uatnral condition. HII.IOUSNKHH la lite result of an luaetive l.iver, and ill gytnptnin are ntaulfeMted hy headHrhe, futred t.insue, Iopa of appetite and a yellow .kin. 1 1 c ill bll rjf t'ifiH are Hie only purKllve tbat will cfUctnnlly relinve Ihia condlliuu and reniuve the impuriiiua that olog the ayalein, lAllibtirtr Flira are hnrmlen. if thelruseit continued indvtinitely, and a box nhottld alwaya be kept In the uou.e. l Iter are dellKbltt I lo the taste. Dose one r'tg. ficti 25 cents a box at druKgi.ts. dov. 2C ml Emperor William will visit Con stantinople in the spring. AnVKK Til iitll lll l Vrji. WiNtt.ow SooTHiNtl Svit r khould alwa.vt. ! e us.'d ben htldren are t'litti'iK leetii. It relieve ; tbe little pufferer at once; it procure naturtil, i yulel elfrp by reltevliis; tbe bill from p.nn, j and the little cbvruti awakeus a " orli;ht as a but- I Inn." It is very pleasant to taste. It soothes the i child, so'tens the ru. allays all pai:i, re'ierrs wlud, n-icuUlea the bowels and is the best known j remedy for diarrhtt-a, tshrther arlaing from leethtn ! or other causea, 35 csots a bottle. isT j John Ericsson, the uaval eue.r, is 8.1 years old. Inaiivrii hr thr Titiii reunn lutMtnit ; m, 'U'.tr'lin's .i-V -.-flv iwf- Iml- It will j uccftd mtirn rribmc b fiU-l in brattn ' up r(ff.ic furiclioo. Prictf, .&J a botM, All nt ugic-tuft, nov?0-ml j Uo . S F. 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Physicians to be the Finest and Bestpnpj. ration in the world for the relief end cum" CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTIMO DISEASES, EMACIATION, COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. Tk great remedy for Consumption, mi Wasting in Children. Sold by all Drajjuti When I say CtrEB I do not mean merely t top them fur a time, and then have them re turn again. I mean A HADICAL CUKE. I have made tbe disease ol FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS, A life-long study. I warrant my remedy to CuiiE the worst cases. Because others hin failed ie no reason for not now receiving aeon Send at once for a treatise and a Fkek Bomi ot my Infallible Remedy. Give Eipreai and Post Office. It costs yon nothing fol I trial, and it will cure you. Address H.C. ROOT. M.C., l83PEM.8T.,lltwT m TOi,r,'i''W!'' p nrc uuidi ti i i- sr ra ia. Beet Cough Syrup. TaBtesgood. C in time. Hold Dyaruggisuj. TXalK4IIAlalteltr I believe Plao's Cora for Consumption saved my life. A. H. Doweli, Editor Enquirer, Eden ton, N. C, April 23, 1887. PIS0 Is. L THAT FIGHT The Original Wins. ' C. F. Simmons, St, Louis, Tnft M. A. Sirnmona Livor Mcdicins,Bit 1840, in the U. S. Court H. Zcilin. Prop'rA.Q. Simmons! er Regulator, Est'd by Zl! M. A. S. L. M. has lor 47 7" Cured iNDIOEtTIOM. BlLIOtSIJMJ r. C itn .niMII LOS lTsrsrsisits ' ArpsTiTB, Soia Stomacb, Church, Adams, Teno., ""J.JS IbinK 1 anouia nave bv " : lor your Genuine m. mona Liver Mc'cinLJinji sometimes niu w - u "Zcilin's ttull" for If""T. cine, but it dool m srra Cawtrs cin' purpoae. Ilr I. Dr. I. R. Gravet,Editrjl j ... z. i ..1... Teaa. ssys. rr" jJl. V J voarLn Medicine, and have better Livor Hctrulslor. " r so more 01 - ZA Stiu.i.. uo want -r 1 WH SSTM-I ,HM " h St bioa dry hi tt hsnfct storm. . . . .fca. ' , n-r M - . um euBiliar S" rsvrr t'ow-t.y all over me iann. - th lr wrfc-cl na "7T- wt EkS B J r4 uUMofh.f.' 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