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FAMOUS VESSEL WRECKED.
Barge Dessoug, Vtrich Brcught "Clec patra's Needle," Ashore. The barge De"soug, once famous at the palatial ya'ht of the Khedive o' Egypt and later celebrated as the vet sel that brortht ft nm Egypt to Nec York the obs,1ls: l:ncwn as "Cleo patra's Need.," wh!h a!:d; In ('en tral Park, dnded :-r tarcer by found. erlng belhw t'." I'saware C'apes. 12 tmiles east b- 1, :i of North Beast life saving s:a :. i!, r rew cf fou men was rescueIP,I i, ! revenue cut ter Onondaga and landed at Norfolk Few vestetl hive .,:d a more cheek ered career thl~n thi:e DI)es:g. Bui; at Denton, Sct:an': , ii 1 GI. fer thI: Khedive o' E;,' sh• e " y, t filfte years the it:incr ,': ,. b° Ing one (I the most ')a!ath !: '.' !ac-hts a float In 1879 )h , ; t,' , l - :t by W\ ilita:' H. 'anm!, iIt . I.'.5 ort the fa pnous ch hisk. 'The gwvo:rnmlnt spap deally detai.. '. 1...' ,". :,~; It ('ummandet Gorring, 1'. S. N. to take commanc of the ship on the voyagg" ircm Egypt It was Itmpao-. :se to get the obelii'i Into the De !a, h. so the yachi was placed in 'rylok and a hole 20 Net long and 12 feet wide wat cut In the starboard bow below the water lire. Thoi:lgh this aperturt the Immense stone was rolled an! made secure. On June i2. 1So0, the Detsoug Ilet Eg::pt for New York. She narrowly csoa!,'.l foundering t a terrific storm which broke her pro peller shaft. She was navigated safe ly to port by the use cf sail after It was believed she had been lost. Mr. Vanderbilt had no further use for the craft once the obelisk wat landed, so he sold her to the Ocean Steamship Company. For many yeart she plied bctween Philadelphia and Savannah, but again she was disposed of to the American Towing and LIght erage Company, of laltlmore. S3inct 1901 she' has followed the course ol antiquated craft and been classed at a barge. She was bhound from Balti more fcr Portsmouth, N. II., with a cargo of coal when lost. The Des soug broke adrift from the tug Buc cancer in a storm, but was seen aa ' late as Wedne'day off the Delaware Capes by the Clyde liner George W. Clyde. When abandoned by the crew she had five feet of water In her hold -New York Tim s. Always Keeps a Ilottle In the House. "About ten days before Christmas I got my hand hurt so badly that I had to atop work right in the busy time of the year," says Mr. Milton W'heeler. 2100 Morris Ave, Ulrmingham, Ala. "At first I thought I would have to have my hand taken off, but some one told me to get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment and that would do the work. The Liniment cured my hand and I gladly recommend It to everyone." Mr. J. E. Matthews, proprietor of St. James Hotel, ('orning, Ark., says: -'My finger saS greatly inflamed from a fish sting and doctors pro nounced it blond poisoning. I used several applications of Sioan's l.ini meet and it cured me all right. I will always keep a bottle of Sloan's Lini meat In my house." Mr. J. P. Evans of Mt. Airy, Ga.. says-"After being afflicted for three years with rheumatism, I used Sloan's Liniment, and was curt d sound and well, and am glad to ray I haven't been troubled with rheumatism since My leg was badly swollen from my hip to my knee. One-half a bottle took the pain and swelling out." A correct guess lasses for wisdom, even though it is only a guess. For Co(tlt anll t:il IE'. Hlick's Carrnl- r , it *. t a'-t remedy relleveq the at.litz rtnd f I e.t', nty.. yre, the Cold and rest.'ns ni treal ,'oudition'. It' lqluid-effc ts immnl ediately. Is'.. ?2c. and SOc., at drug stores. A coward manages to dodge a lot of things that are headed l.his way. Piles Cared In 0( to 14 Days. Psa Ointment is guaranteed to cure an, eassof Itchina, Blind, Uleedng or I'rol nrudmnp Piles L 6 to 1 days or money refunded 50o The things that would make a woman happy look foolish to a man. OWES hER LIFE TO Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Vienna, W. Va.--"I feel that I ows the lat ten years of my life to Lydia rE. Pinkham's \ Pe. Stable ('ompound Eleven years ago I was a walking shadow. I hud beet under the doctor's carebuitgot norelief My husband per suaqled me to tri I ll E. I'inklian' SVegetabhle Comn potlat and it wor'ked lkea'charm. Itre lteved all mny paims mlery I advise all suffering men to take lvdia EI. linkha!m' .yegetable ('oniotutil." - i it. E.t, ,s" WUEATON, Vienia. tW Va. dia E. P'inkhlam 's V'egetable ('Comn made from native r,,,ts and contains no narcotics or harm. irl , and to-day holds the record ; -rt the st number of actual curels O_ 6I. diseaS of any similar mredi. lbs In the countrv, and tlouosandds of alatBy testimonlials are on lile in Pll m laboratory at L.ynn , from women who have beel Sfrom almost every form of femm complainta, inflammation, I eoztn dlIplaements,6fibrold tumors, th, periodic lains, backache, I all C O u and nervous prostration. Sautleringwoman owes it to re SLyla E. Pinkham's SOmpond a trial. rrmm I.nkespeial adtvIe M mh'4lasemwrlte a conflden !l l ter to h rlse . Pinkham, at Mae. Hera advice is free, y t helpful. Good w· · LUN C-HEMORRHAGES (I TOOK PC-RU-NA.) MISS NINETTE PORTER. Alise Ninette lorter, Braintree, Ver mont. writes: "1 have been cured by I'eruna. "I had several hemorhanges of the lungs. The doctors did not help mne much and would never have cured ne. "I saw a teatim:niil in a I'eruna almanac of a case similar to mine, and I commenced using it. I wrote to Dr. Ilartman for ad vice. lie kindliy gate me tree advice. "I was not a5ilI to wait ctainiself when I began using it. I gained very slowly at first. but I coulJ see that It was help ing me. After I had taken it a while I com menced to raise up a stringy, sticky, sub stnnce from my lungs. 'I hla grew less and less in quantity as I continued the treat ment. "I grew more lehy than I had been for a long timne. and now I call myself well." A Bad Cough. Mrs. Emnna Miatt. (Oles-a Mn., writes: "I cannot thank you enough for curing me. "For two tears 1 dolttored miy cough which cost me imany dollars, but Istid seemed to get w re ,1' Jly counih was so had I could not sleep. "Finally I purfchaie.l a lottle of Peruna. After the use of six bottles I feel that I am cured." People who object to lilquid medicines can now secure Peruna tablets. For a free illustrated booklet entitled "The Truth About I'eruna," address The I'eruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. Mailed poit I,aid. IIIS SCRUPLES. The talesman was trying to eva'de jury duty. "Conscientious scruples. I sup pose?" said the Court, wearily. "Yes, Your I!ono:." "Wouldn't you, if the law demand ed, send a man to the gallows?" "I'd hate to at the rate of pay a juror gets," replied the taklcman. P'hiladelphia Ledger Brown's Broncihial 'Troches are a slm ile and con'enlent remedy for Bron -•hial Affections and Coughs. In boxes '5 cents. Samples malled free. John I. 3rown & Son, Bostoni, Mass. The more money a man has, the more lie Is abuse:l-and the less he ,ares. For IIEAD tS'lll:E--lhrt,' ( a PUITDIn - Whethelr feom Cotld. Ilcat. Stomn','h or \erc n» Tou I le',, ('n~uldine will etliev- youo It's Itlid -pleaant to tate a-.is immedi itt'ly. Try It It,' . 25. anil :. at drur ,torts. Why the Editor is Sara. Th' edit:r of th- Alka!l Eye doesa act be leve there are "heavenly Inge's" cu thii rpolice force of far framed Ilouston. lie says: "They have Imported a lot (o' plain clothce men for the carnival thet air beneath lh' notice o' any sIf res':cctin' south ern gcntlemnn, an' until they depart we shall hreafter remain In our -iwn san tum canl:iarlum a':d d.!ly with thue sizters anld aiste. We air free te; -ny tbh t we hav'oe ntltIi' In e'mtn'uot with no o(t!lcr t!' t ,-I e, his club in ih' breaha',nvav ant ;guScs In a roug't an' tutubb : ;ts we Ili-atght fully an alstractedly -ut cite ef ccr eyes bacl: into its socket his emcrnin' an' tieI Sbrrel state-c to our bak tcr keeu our broken spite front wolbblln', ~e decided ter visit lioustcn city ns soot as th' crowd goes an' have some under.tandin'; fl'in' in g ttln' m!at ters arrarged on a !Ive and let lu, basis we sh:i! swe!t rccreatl:n in sonme other town whcs, officers do not blte gouge, s:lke. kick. butt. p'le on a otberwise t-v tur d;s.gure th' casuI visitor "--A!arta Ccrntitutlcn. FROM HIS' SIDE. * 'o you cling to that childish iun perstition about 13 being unlucky?" sald the traveler. "Yet," answered the other. "Can't get away from It." "But see how completely It is dis proved. This glorl~iu country start td lth thlrteca coloaies." "'Very true. Put I am an Ernglish man. "-Washing: ttn Star, lIhIZE FOOl) Palatablle, Economic·atl, Nourishing. A Nehbr. woman has outlined the rtze food In a few words, and that rom personal experience. Shewrites: "After o,:r long experience with ;rape-Nuts. I cannot say enough in ts favor. We have used this food al nost continually for sreven years. "We sometimes tried other adver lsed breakfast foods, but we invarla uly returned to Grape-Nuts as the nost palatable, economical and nour shing of all. "'When I qtlt tea and coffee and tegan to use Postum and Grape-Nuts. I was a nervou:s wreck. I was so Ir Itatle I could not sleep nights, had to interest in life. "After using Grape-Nuts a short Ime I began to improve and all these illments have disappeared, and now I im a well woman. My two chll!ren lave b.-en almost raised on Grape \'uts. which they eat three times a day. "They are pictures of health and nave never had the least sympitom cl stomach trouble, even through the most severe siege of whooping cough they could retain Orape-Nuts when all else failed. "Orape-Nuts food Las saved doctor bills, and has been, therefore, a most eonomical food for us." Name given by Postem Co.. Battle Creetk. Mlich. Read, "The Road to WeMfille." in pkga. "There's a Rea Ever eed thie above letter? A mew eal ppeam from time to time. They as- Im lmm true aed full of humus PEARLS OF THOUGHT. An epitaph is generally epi-tafy. Some men do their best, even their best friends. A heavy sermon maketh a light col. lection plate. Even the richest millionaire may be a poor apology for a man. A man cannot add to his stature by treading on other people's toes. Platonic affection is seldom prac ticed on a girl if she has money. Faith may move mountains, but it won't always do away with a bluff. A woman's heart strings are almost as easily broken as her shoe laces. The man who wants the most for his money should buy experience. Fools rush in where angels fear to tread, but angels can use their wings. A fellow may think of a girl every minute, but really second thoughts are best. It's the fellow with the vaulting ambition who should look before he leaps. Some men belong to church and oth ers imagine that the church belongs to them. Somehow or other most men who marry brunettes prefer blondes, and vice versa. A man should never marry until he is thoroughly equipped to fight the bat tles of life. The fellow who spends all his time looking for four-leaved clover don't have much luck. . Occasionally you hear of a young man who is able to make a living in spite of a college education. The fellow who is satisfied to wait for something to turn up will let it pass him and then wait for it to come back again.-From "Musings of the Greenwood Lake Philosopher," in the New York Times. RICE FIELDS OF TEXAS. Japanese Farmers Making Fortunes Growing the Cereal. Rice threshing has been going on in Texas for the Jast two months and now is practically finished. The crop is confined to the upper Gulf coast re glion and is compaartively a new indus try. It is comparatively estimatcd that the rice yield in the state this year is approximately 2,000,000 sacks. Each sack contains four bushels. The United States production of rice last year was insufficient to meet the home demand and 1,500,000 sacks were imported. The Texas crop this season was unusually good. The yield upon some of the plantations ran from fifteen to twenty sacks an acre. It is said that the aver. age cost of production is a little more than $1 a sack. The Japanese are the most thrifty rice growers in Texas. There are sev eral colonies of these planters in thc, Gulf coast region of the state. One of the largest is at Webster. Another colony is at Deep water, about six miles from Webster. These Japanese give much more attention to the crop than the average American planter, and as a result they obtain twice the yield. Many of the Japanese rice planters in the Gulf coast region ob tained from twenty to twenty-fire bar rels of rice an acre this season. Instead of planting several hundreds or thousands of acres in rice as is done by most of the American plant ers the Japanese grower confines his operations to a comparatively small tract of land. He cultivates every foci of this land intensively and makes it yield the greatest possible return. In the colonies Japanese laborers are employed. These workers are intelll gent and educated young men who. hope to make their fortune in the Unit ed States in a few years and the,i return to Japan and enjoy it. While rice growing is the principal industry of the Japanese in Texas the Webster and Deepwater colonies raise various other kinds of products. Thes two colonies are typlcal Japanese in dustries in Texas, including the man ufacture of mats and tapestry and the utilization of rice straw in other ways. John N. Simpson of Dallas is said to. be the largest rice grower in Texas. IHe has a farm of 10,000 acres, situat ed in Maiagorda county. He had 8000 acres of this farm in rice this season, and the threshing of the crop recently was finished. The total yield was up ward of 400,000 bushels, which was sold for more than $350,000. Eighteen threshers worked nearly four weeks to get this enormous crop out of the straw.-Kansas City Star. An Enormous Eel. The aquarium has acquired a sca monster, a spotted moray, which a for maidable name for a species of eel. 'lIt is eight feet long, as large in diameter as a fat cat, and resembles an enor mous eel, except that its head, with a mouth like an undershot bull-dog. is crowned with a ridge of spikes. It came from Bermuda. Often the moray has been taken for a sea serpent by green fishermen, as it lives near the surface, and often lies with its head on the rocks, seeklng birds' eggs and crabs. Superintendent Morgan says this moray is not extraordinarily large, as they grow to fifteen feet, and often swim with head elevated above the sea.-New York World. Knowledge and Idleness. It is no more possible for an idle man to keep together a certain stock of knowledge than it is possible to keep together a stock of ice exposed to the meridian sun. Every day de stroys a fact, a relation, or an Infli ence; and the only method of preservy ing the bulk and value of the pile is by constantly adding to it.-Stdney Smith. The Light Spreads. Henceforth the most intelligent can dldates for the country postmaster ships will win. It's an awful blow at the functions hitherto exercised by the political committees, but it's a great boon in all other tespects. -Boston Herald. Coal has been found in nearly every island of the Philippine archipelago, Stut only 4.545 tons were produced last year. In many places it is asso elated with petraoleum. CLOSE FIT. Whbat a funny looking eamel," said Bessi at the Zoo. "He hasn't any hair on him." "No," laughed Brother Bobby. 'I guess he lost that going through the eye of the needle."--Chicago News. 0100 tewarnl, 104 The rea lers of this paper - ll be pleased 't learn that there-is at least one dreadeddle ease that science has been able to cureinall itsstages,and that IsCatarrlh. Ilall'sCatarrh Cure is the only positivacure ;ow known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional disnase,requlres a constitutional treatment. Hall'sCatarrht tire i takenlntre nally,actiagdirectly upont t hblood and mn oous surfaces of the syste:m ,thereby destroy ing the foundation of the dis.ase.and giving * he patient -trength by building up the con stitution : n ! :.ssiting nature in doing its work. The propriet )rs have so much faith in its curative rowers that they offer one Hundred t ollars for any cae that it fails to cur:. Send for list of tea;imonials, Address F. J. Cusatr & t'o., Toledo, O. Fold by all lirugii's, 75'. Take Itall s Family Pil'a for constipatlon. When a woman meets a man after her own heart, the chances are that he isn't. HAD SEVERE WEEPING ECZEMA, Face and Neck Were Raw-Terrible Itching, Inflammation and Sore ness-All Treatments Falled Cuticura a Great Success. "Eeaema began over the top of my ear. It cracked and then began to spread. I had three different do(ct,rs and tried sev eral things, but they did tme no,good. At last one side of my face and my neck were raw. The water ran out of it so that I had to wear medicated cct ton, and it was so inflamed and sore that I had to put a piece of cloth over my pillow to keep the water from it, and it would stain the cloth a sort of yellow. The eczema itched so that it seemed as though I could tear my face all to pieces. Then I began to use the Cuticura Soap and Ointment, and it was not more tItan three months before it was all healed up. M'iss Ann Pearsons, North field, Vt., Dec. 19, 1907." Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props,. of Cuticura lRemedies. Boston, Mass. And it sometimes happens that a man is married to his boss. Only One ""lromo Quinine" That is Laxative liromo Quinine. Look for the signature of E. W. Grove. Used the World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25e. Some jokes are solemn enough to make an undertaker laugh. RIed, . Weak, Weary, W'atery Eyes Relieved by Muirine Eye Remedy. Comlounded Iby Experienced 'hysicians. Conftortms to 'tPure lood and Drug Laws. Murine Dl)oen't Smart; Soothes Eye Pain. -_- the ocean of life many a wom Wasails under false colors. Sore throat leads to Tonsilitis, Quinsy and Diphtheria. Ilnlins W\izard Oil used as a gargle upon the first symptoms of a sore throat will invariable prevent all three of these dread diseases. The lazy man's pay envelope is never afflicted with obesity. fl Pimples, Itching Humors, Rheumatism, Blood te Poison, Eczema Bone Pains. 13R. t. ],(Botanic Bll ~Balm) Ii the only tr.iod, thd t kllls the poison Ln ith blod and then ptrlfles it-ending a flood of pure, rn.h blood dirseeto I he skin surface, Rones, Joints, and wherever the disease i located. n this way all ores, t Uleer,, Pimples, Eruptlons are healed and cured, pains abd aehes of Rhewalstism .eea. uwellginhr subside. B. B B. completely chanm the body into clean, health j bl ,u e dlition. giving the skin the rich. red bhue of perfect health. B. 3. . tires th; SThrough l o ;wors od ..ase s. Ary t. 61.00 per larl, bottle at ali Di tom with dlrreet..on for home cure. BSMPL FRI t by wriUnt BLOOD BIL0 CO.. At0etl. O. 'UTNA.M FADELESS DYE olor more gorA Ibtlgter and faster colon than say o(er dye One io. package colors eJalls. Thley dye o 01o w rtb t s ay othlw d T san dJe any garmeut without rippingl aprt. Write for ree booklet--low to Dye. iBiseo sad iri Colors. NMONIRO, IIQ ,OO. tlN, Illessis Nervous Women For nervous, tired women, we recommend Car dui. Cardui is a woman's medicine. It acts specifi cally on the female organs and has a tonic, building effect on the whole system. It contains no harmful ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. If you suffer from some form of female trouble, get Cardui at once and give it a fair trial. TCARDUI It wmill Help You ,Mrs. W. W. Gardner, of Paducah, Ky., tried Cardui and writes: 'l think Cardui is just grand. I have been uasir it for eleven years. I am 48 years old and feel like a different woman, since 1.nave been taking it. I used to suffer from bearing down ains, nervousness and sleeplessness, but now the pains are all gone and I sleep good. I highly recommend Cardui for young and old." Try it. AT ALL DRUG STORES" r" If a man is financially weak he's unable to stand a loan. Mrs. \inslow s houthiut yzup forChildren teething, softens theguma, reduces inflamma tion,allays pan,. cures wind colic. 2Iea bottle. He isn't much of a baker who eats all the bread he kneads. Try the Natural laxative, Garftleld Teal it overcornes constipation and regulates liver and kidneys. Samples sent upon ra 1uoa . Garfield Tea Co., Brooklrn. N. Y The push button doesn't always ring the gong to success. Itch cured in 3l minutes by Woolford's ,hnitarv Ir.tien Never fails. 'At drunnitst' You may guess what a woman is, but that's your l!mit To Break In New Shoes. Always ihake in Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures hot, sweating, aching twolcen feet, corns, ingrowing nails and humnon. All druggists and shoe stores, -5c. l)onk't accept any sul.tjtitute. Sample mailed rae.r Alleu ~. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. NOT A ROMANCL "D'ar heart," she mrnrmured. 'Only twenty cents a pound, *'e rlaited the butcher. "I think I'll take some liver." Louisville Courier-Journal Ymoe1.,t. o k ** LA Old MA S eg . . r, PERNAKNOWLEDGE / Personal knowledge is the g fato ta be cuinaatin contests of this competitive age and when of ile chacter it pieces its fortunate possessor in the frot ranks d The Wdl knfsr of the Wedld. A vast fund of personal knowledge is reay semal t the achievement of the highest excellence in any ield of human east A Knowledge of Forms, Knowledge of Fuanctioas and Knowl. edge of Products ae all d f umoIlues and a qoestios of life and health when a true and wholes.xnme remedy is dy s i t hoUd be rememb ered that Syrup ofigs and Eliir of Senna,. the Ca nia Fi Syrup Co., is an ethical product which has met with oi die mot e ent physicians and gives universal satisfaction, because it is k a o dr Known Quality, Known Euwis and Known Compone~nt Parts and has won the valuable patroae asio d the Wel normed of the world, who know of their own personal knowledg and Irm actual ue that it is the first and best of family lazatives faor which no exravae or tmeas ble claims are made. This valuable remedy has been long and faveraby known under the name of-Syrup of F -and has attained to world. wide acceptance as the most CIt len t famiy aiv. As as pare wlaxative principles, obtained from Sena, arewel known to phyicas and the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup d. Fi9 and Eliir of Senna-as more fIl deipi dof the remedy but doubdtless it wil alway, be catld forb tar dieoser name of-Syrup o Fip-and s get bnckisal elects, a ly ote, whea pwchain the ful nameof the Compa y-CaMoaing Syrp Ca-printed on tu at d everyp kage whether you cal for-- Fp Fgs and Elmer d Seems. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL., LOUISVILLE, KY. o.o.A.DU NEW YORK,N.Yv LONDONZ,LANCD. I - 4iio00 oEpoJrr - I Itmorrimuts t 9nepnuer). LanhI Let as send you FREE a 8*-ew[ LADIUI Boe of VITA mANA. a Rome Treatment for Female Illaeoe. Wrell new. hDWIN IIEflFEIL '.. Dept as LtrW Ir IriH " Introduce your enemies to your wife's relations and then forgive them. A" IFE SAVED. A Case of Kidney Trouble Pretty Far Advanced. Mrs. Henry Rapine, 69 E. Lafay ette St., Norristown, Pa., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills saved.my life. Head ache, dizzssy spells and blurring eyesight came on me four years ago, and began to -be so bad I would fall to the foor. Piercing pains caught me in the back. I lost weight stead fly. My hair actually turhed gray from my suffering. After practically giving up hope, I used Doan's Kidney Pills and began to nend very soon. I put on weight, gained strength, and after using three boxes was entirely cured." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MibuYi Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. It takes a wise man to write a let ter co a woman that doesn't mean anything. * Billion $ Grass aIowe r an ati ' Gr s eN ori rbomI I: ·A Itrr I·.erg STsErers receIiu stant relief the te of D. Lsell's Asth ad Octarrb Rmedy. In order that allsfferersfrom Ashm Ca tarrb, Say ever and klodred di seaes may test the value of the Remedy, we will senrad to auy Strial package ree. Fll simad boa bya rll W Foea ule by all drng•t GRRLACH MEBD('INCI CO.. Wooster. 0 is now sucessfully raised in most sections of the country and heavy yieklds are obtained by the use of POTASH Poash gives vigor to the plant and insures a deep rooted, well set stand that produces large ylds. AU who have used Petash, say r Potash is Profit No fertiliter Is complete for alfalfa without at least 10 per Scent. of Potash or 10 pounds of actual Potash per 100 pounds of fertilircr. If you cannot set such a fertilizer from your dealer you should reinforce the low trado goods with 2 pounds of Jlurinte of Potash to the hundred for cach per Sa" , cent. of Potash needed. ts./ leetrndrftt. pamltfs perfnrlfsg to Ihlsfvttstm ol c rops., etc. OGere rll Works, 12 C4 dler Ji.. Athata in .m-a bss.. ac-fm..s. The Rnght Way I' All Cass of DIsrIam sa,' I SR , DIuRUIZA, comD, R., Of All Horgse Brod tars, Colts, talliss is to * . "SPOHN THEM" ) sk teooas me * sassa put= a WPORN E I ICAL CO., - c mise- a4 me u rmeb se*. . O.. S..N . W.. . .. . .. A. OETTING KIM OL ASWI3D. "What sort of an after-dinner tpeaker is Bligglas?h "One of the kind who start In say Ing they didn't expoet to be called or, and then proceed to demoastrate that they can't be called ot.'-Wasalng ton Star. A FRESHER SIMILE. Rieker-"Did be dshiver like an cpeq leaf?" Bocker-"Worse; like a new lest.' --New York Sm. KINGS IMPROVED COTTON 7 TO 10 DAYS EARLIER than orglnal. row In in extreme o belt. away from the weevil. From ltu tocar lots. Also Seed Cora Clarendon Davis, !n Dropsy - kia, .la Wlerw W.ite Dr. n.IL FURS Mides mad w.ol Featk.r.k TallowI.meveas. Clss, Celd.. SealtYeowRa..). Mar Apple, Wild Glaer. etc. We e dseaele ablebed is 8856-"Owr 6aac namul L..ia"-yyd caa do beet.r for ye. d semr or emaimi mebea. Rdhe a. sy Baak is Louiwil. Write Ir weer -ie in ad &ippie. t.. U. Sabel & Sons, W L. Market St. LOUISV.lLI. LI. M. FEITEL D)eal r Ia nll kln~l of n ,w ani I a lrlnbE hand A.AH. DOORS, bLINDS. BUIl ING MATERIAL. MACHINTRY. ETC. I handle nnflthina frnom a n r II. to 58 anchlor. \ rie mle t"l a ' . I :n ll AV tl' l~INI "Y onil t1. irriellli. IS-1018 Malasine 5t . New Orlens I . FOR SALE: NDowP o> BEANS aln kind.. a. " -a S a'ite f or aintlon llc , i , ,.. Iul No.V). HICOX 9.-- u .) . (VIX 9.- U9.)