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Female Saloon Smashers.
Wichita, Kan., Jan. 21—Mrs. Carrie Nation came back to Wichita to-day, after her recent incarceration under a smallpox quarantine, and the net result of ten min utes of her work this afternoon are two wrecked saloons, the pieces of which are being sold to-night for souvenirs. Mrs. Nation was assisted by Mrs. Julia Evans, Mrs. Lucy Wilhoit and Mrs. Lydia Muntr, of the Topeka W. C. T. U. or ganization. With axes concealed under their clothing, they entered John Hum's saloon, on Douglas avenue, and did not leave a complete piece of glass or working steel machine in the place. All show cases, both for liquor and cigars, as well as the plate glass windows and doors, were broken. With lightening speed they ran to John Herrig's saloon, and had every thing in front of the room, including the plate glass windows, broken, when he ap peared with a revolver, placed it at Mrs. Nation's head and said that he would blow out her brains if she did not desist. She yielded before the pointed revolver, and with, her companions ran to the Carey Ho tel bar, where she made her first attack on the saloons of Wichita three weeks ago. There three policemen met her. and she struck at Detcctivo Sutton with a poker. He shoved her aside and a youth struck him in the face. A j>olicemaii struck the youth and knocked him down. The po lice then overpowered Mrs. Nation and her friends and took them to the city prison, followed by 5000 people. Being released, Mrs. Nation, in the cool est manner, began a street lecture to the crowd that had surrounded the city build ing. Shaking her fist at the crowd, she cried : "Men of Wichita, this is the right arm of Uod, and I am destined to wreck every saloon in your city !" "The women piocured a wagon and rode through the streets in it singing "Nearer, My Ood, to Thee !" and kindred hymns. They halted in front of the saloons they had smashed and held prayer meetings. The damage done is estimated at be tween $1500 and $2000. On the following day, Mrs. Nation trans ferred her field of operations to the town of Enterprise and ran amuck the wife of a saloon keeper, who horsewhipped her. HOWS THIS! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. C heney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. W est &T ruax ,Wholesale Drug's,Toledo, o W aldino , K innan & M arvin , Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system. Price 75c per bot tle. Sold by all druggists. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. A few weeks ago, Miss May F. Love, a mill girl of Bridgeport, Conn., fell heir to $4,000,000. Since then she has received several hundreds of letters from fortune hunters all over the country proposing marriage. Some of them are queer, others ludicrous, while not a few are brazen. One farmer wrote in connection with his proposal ; "This may be the beginning of a long and happy life for you, who nose f ' <o Thla signature la on «vary box of Ik* genuine Laxative Bromo-Quiiiiiie t »» ms the NMdrttatsMM m n M tas «aatfar Nobody supposes that Justice Harlan of the Federal Supreme Court would be in fluenced in hia decisions by the President's appointment of the younger Harlan to a fat offiee, bnt the Preaident should have had more delicaoy than to embarrass the dis tinguished jurist by such a show of favori tiam when matters of vital importance to the administration are now pending in the Supreme Court.—Houston Post. To Cure Chitin and Fever. Take Dr. Mendenhai'a Chill and Fever Cnre. If it fail'a to eure any caae of Chills and Fever, no matter of how long standing, vour money will be refunded. Pleasan to take, and can be taken by delicate per sons who cannot take Quinine. Price, 50 cents. Sold by Estorge Drug Co. Lake Charles, La., Jau. 24.—Mr. Win. B. Taylor was here from the state of Iowa a few days sgo and purchased of the Americnn Land and Timber Company be tween 500 and 600 acres of rice land in the eastern portion of the parish for which he paid $10,000 cash. Three mouths ago, O. B. Scroggin bought 675 acres on the lower Lacasine. Tuesday he sold it to a party of Kentucky ■en at an advance of $7,000 over the pur chase price. Persons who suffer ' from indigestion can not expeet to live long, because they can not oat the food required to nourish the bod# and the products of the undigested too« they do eat poison the blood. It is important to cure indigestion as soou as poaaible, and the best method of doing thla is to use the preparation known as Kodol Dyspepeia Cnre. It digests what yon eat and restores all the digestive Or gana to perfect health. Jnlius Koch. Chicago, Jan. 22.—The agitation in Chieago orer the bill-board nuisance haa resulted in the passage by the city ooun cil of an ordinance providing that all aign bouda and billboards more than then three feet square now within 200 feet of any park, park boulevard or driveway be de clared a public nniaanee and torn down, and that such boards be prohibited in the Papain preparations often fail to relieve they can digest only There is one prepar of food, and It M Indigestion and gives relief, tor it digests what yon eat. aitt oa that digests all el asses ol that ia Kodol Dyapepaia Care, the wont eases of Indigestion O. P. Austin, chief of the Treasury Dai aa a of 8tatietioe, ad dr eeee d the Nation al Beard of Trade in advocacy of a project tar an areand-the-world floating exposition of American merchandise. • ASTHMA. '■ BaadHali _ I mailed free, Col i Co., St. Louie. Par ' JaU—Koeh. "Madam, are you a woman anfragtet r "No sir; I haven't time to be." Haven't tinsaf Well, U you had the privilege of voting whom «add you auppoctf" «The aaasemaa I have euppocted for the last ten The proportion of Ballard's Snow Lini aaaat posesss a range of ueefnlnece great er thaa any other mnedy. A dar aeldoas paanao in evoqr household, especially mim» thon an ohilèrea, that it U m* ■mM. Priât* Maat M Democratic re organization doesn't mean pulling down or pushing up Democratic leaders. It will conio from the sincere convictions of the American people, and to-day it has every promiso of winning the next Congress and the next President of the I'nited States.— Philadelphia Times, Dem. Many of the blotches, pimples and other affections of the skin are caused by the failure of the livei and kidneys to cast off impurities,' which remain in the system Ilerbine will stimulate the liver and kid neys, and cleanse the system of all purities. Price, . r >0 cents. Albeit Estorge ■ - Des Moines, la., Jan. 22.—President MacLcan of the State University, to-day suspended ten students of the sophomore class for having kidnapped the freshmen class president, Stiles, on the evening of the annual class banijuet. Stiles was for cibly placed into a hack by ten sopho mores and driven ten miles into the eoun try, where he was locked in a farmhouse and kept for two days. When Democratic reorganization comes 1 it won't be a Cleveland party nor a Bryan ! pait y n0 r a Parker party. It will be a Democratic party inspired to battle by the j fearful piogress of imperialism, militarism monopol. Its candidate and its plat ! f orm will be the creation of the political I conditions existing when the great battle ' of the masses against the classes will be : fought in 1904. In shor C&r:~:y§on Seiase Talk with Women If a person is ill and needs a medi cine is it not wise to get one that has stood the test of time and haa hun dreds of thousands of cures to its credit ? A great many women who are ill try everything they hear of in the way of medicine, and this experimenting with unknown drugs is a constant menace to their already impaired health. This seems to us very unwise, for there are remedies which are no ex periments and have been known years and years to lie doing only good. Take for instance Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound ; for thirty years its record has been one un broken chain of success. No medicine for female ills the world has ever known has such a record for cures. It seems so strange that some people wiU take medicines about which they really know nothing, some of which might be, and are, really harmful ; while on the other hand it is easily pi nave been restored to health by Lydia iroved that over one million women lave been restored to health by Lyd E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. We have published in the news papers of the United States more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been published in the interest of any other medicine. All this should, and does, produce a spirit of confidence in the hearts of women which is difficult to dislodge, and when they are asked to take some thing else they say, " No, we want Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound, which has been tried, and never found wanting, whose reliability Is established far beyond the experi mental stage." We have thousands of letters like the following addressed to Mrs. Pinkham, showing that monthly Suffering Im Ai - ways Ourod by Lydia Km Pinkham's Vagotahla Oompound, alao Baak - pains. "I suffered untold agony every month and could get no relief until I tried your medicine; your letter of ad vice and a few bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound have made me the happiest woman alive. I shall bless you as long as I live."—Mias JoiE S aul , Dover, Mich. •' Four years ago I had almost given np hope of ever Deing well again. I was aiBicted with those dreadful head ache spells which would sometimes last three or four days. Alao had backache, bearing-down pains, leucor rhoea. dizziness, and terrible pains at monthly periods, confining me to my bed. After reading so many testi monials for your medicine, I concluded to try it. I began to pick up after taking the first bottle, and have con tinued to gain rapidly, and now feel like a different woman. I can recom mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in the highest terms to all lick women."—Miss R osa H klden, 136 W. Cleveland Ave., Canton, O. Two Lottors whloh Provo thai Lydia f. Pinkham's Oompound Will Tumor and Ouro Othar Fomala Woaknossm " Two years ago I was a great sufferer from womb trouble and pro fuse flowing each month, and tumors would form in the womb. I had four tumors in two years. I went through treatment with doctors, but they did mo no good, and I thought 1 would have to resort to morohine. " The doctor said that all that could help me was to have an operation and have the womb removed, but I had heard of Mrs. Pinkham's medicine and decided to try it, and wrote for her advice, and after taking her Vegetable Oompound the tumors were expellod and I began to get stronger right along, and am as well aa ever before. Can truly say that I would never had rten well had it not been for Lydia Pinkham's Compound."— M akt A. S tahl , Watson town, Pa. " After following the direction» given in your kind letter for the treat ment of leuoorrhea, I can say that T have been entirely cured by the une of Lydia E. Pinkham's remedies, and will gladly recommend them to my flriends.'—A. — - H. Y. B. D avids , Binghamton, Kid may and Bladdar 44 D rab F risk »—Two yean ago I had ehild-bed fever and womb trouble ia its worst form. For eight months after birth of babe I was not able to sit up. Doctors treated me, but with no " * I had bearing-down stomach, kidney aa and my back waa stiff and note, tte tight ovary was badly affected aad everything I ate distressed me, aad thsre was a bad discharge. *1 waa coaflaed to my bad whea I wrote to you for adviee aad followed «ad If II had not been for j I hope thla letter may be ' «* Human Chattels. -Five Chinese San Francisco's Chinatown yesleiilay as publicly as though they had been in Can ton, where such human slavery is a recog i/.eil institution. These girls were the propelty of (Jong (iow, an old Chinaman, who has kept for years one of the most disreputable dens San Francisco, Jan. 20. slave girls were sold at public auction Chantown. He wanted to go back to China, so he advertised the furniture and chattels of his establishment at auction. According to Chinese custom, creditors of Gong appeared and posted bills on the door of his place, specifying their claims. Every Chinese who bid at auction agreed to pay the claims against the gill lie fan cied. When the sale began there was a large ciowd. The girls were exhibited and the auctioned enumerated their good points. They stood stolidly by as they were used to such proceedings, having been sold in Canton before they were brought here. They fetcned fancy prices, as the restric tion act is so rigidly enforced now that it is difficult to get pretty Chinese girs into the country. They sold fioni $1700 lo $2500 eaci. and they were at once removed to the quartern of their new owners. The place where they lived is to be oc cupied by the Canton Merchants' Club, as well as a gambling resort, with tables ami very beautiful furniture and artistic draw ings. Indians living on the eastern end of the Keshena reservation, near Oconto, Wis., have been holding their annual "dog feast." In old days, «logs were fattened specially for these feasts, roasted and eat en with relish, but in these times of de generate civilization, the braves are con tent to eat turkey, chicken, goose and other delicacies, all of which were plenti ful on this occasion. —— <■ > Horbine should be used to enrich and purify the blood ; it cures all forms of blood disorders, is especially useful in fevers, skin eruptions, boils, blackheads, scrofnia, salt rheum and every form of blood impurity ; it is a safe and effectual cure. Price, 50 cents. Albert Estorge. The tallest mail living is said to lie Lewis Wilkins, who is now arousing great interest in the scientific circles of Europe. Wilkins was born on a farm near St. Paul, Minn, in 1874. When he was but 10 years old he measured 6 feet in height, and now has grown to the tremendous height of 107^ inches—just three-quarters of inch less than nine feet—and weighs 3(54 pounds. CASTORIA he Uhtfa Mt OklMna. U m KW Y m Im Mwqs Bmtt Joseph Chamberlain, the English states man, feels and often expresses profound contempt for lazy persons. "I would rath er work with an idiot than with an idler," says he. Many a bright and happy household has been thrown into sadnesss and sorrow be causc of the death of a loved one from a neglected cold. Ballard's Horehound Syrup ia the great cure for coughs, colds aad all pulmonary ailments. Price, 25 and 50 cents. Albert Estorge. Germany again threatens to retaliate on American "protection" with some more German "protection." It is to be hoped that she may succeed in impressing the American high-tariff extremists that what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander, and that "protection" is bad for all parties.—Indianapolis Press, Ind. COLLIN'8 AGUE CURE is without doubt the finest medicine it has ever been our lot to come in contact with. In addi tion to its chill qualities it is the finest liyer medicine we have ever taken. We know whereof we speak. This medicine is on sale at Koch's Drug Store. About 900 persons a day on an average visit the white house the year around. The number rises sometimes to 1,500 or 2,000, and the hours for visitors are not many, being from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. A Tonic of the Trees The tonic and healing properties of the wild cherry and the pine are happily blended in DR. DAYIS' Compound Syrup Wild Cherry and Tar Il emrtt consumption, C oughs, C oli», A sthma, 1 npluknza, B ron chitis , CRour, whooping C ough, P alpitation op the H kart SO Conta ■ Bottl« At druggist» ami medicine dealer*. S Your home I Newspaper j? fully covers the field of local >) news, but progressive people !) require information beyond () that — current events from i \ everywhere by wire, special v ' telegraphic service and cor respondence. Such is the want only filled by a big nie ) tropolitan newspaper, and THE Times Democrat kind of that leada in circulation, influ and popularity the ence Sooth and way require lebome to all the of high grade menls and busiu Subscribe local o £T postmaster your direct the IN Tfce TifiDcaocrit CASTOR IA The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to decei ve you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Inflmts and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare' goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoen and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. The Italian naval authorities at Shang hai have executed eleven Chinese pirates. You Know What You Are Taking When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic because the formula is plainly print ed on every bottle showing that it is (.imply Iron and (Quinine in a tasteless form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c. A fire in Montreal, Canada, destroyed property valued at between $2,500,000 and $:t,000,000. Quality and not quantity makes DeWitt' s Little Early Risers such valuable little liver pills. Julius Koch. A number of Filipinos are being deport ed for abetting the insurgents and agi tators. Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold. Laxative Broiuo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents. The agricultural appropriation bill, carrying $4.500,000, has been reported to the House. a ina Cut this out andtake it to James A. Lee's drug store and get a freo sample of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, the best physic. They also cure disorders of the stomach, biliousness and headache. George T. Itice, editor of a paper at Ma nilla, has beon ordered deported to the United States. The order characterizes him as "a dangerous incendiary and men ace to the military situation." Such little pills as DeWitt' s Little Early Risers are very easily taken, and they are wonderfully effective in cleansing the liv er and bowels. Julius Koch. The American forces in China will be withdrawn from Pekin when navigation opens. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. It artificially digests tbe food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or 11 is the latest discovered digest gans. ant and tonic, can stan No other preparation approach it in efficiency. It in tly relieves and permanently cures es and pennane Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea. Sick Headache,Oastralgia,Cramps and all other results of imperfect digestion. Prepared by E. C. OeWITT A CO.. Chicago. For sale by Julius Koch. T. A. DEROUEN, PUBLIC AUCTIONEER, DEROUEN, LA., Will attend to all public sales and solicits the favors of the public. BOARD and LODGING. AT THE HAWKINS HOUSE. St. Peter Street. Near R. R. Depot. Large, Comfortable Rooms and Home-like Accommodations. terus reasonable. The Twlcc-a-Week Picayune and Thursday Cor the YUNB. thf t features which ao popular during the etxti Ita eslateace, NSW DM IT^AVirBHjH^DDBD, ItiL B B Pt^BUSH^Sf 0 ^ to imy respect The Twice-a-Week Picayune ■ FOUND THE MOST INTERESTING AND IN .HI PAPES IN THB Although «ach leeoe of The Twics-s-Week Picayune a Year. The Picayune PERMANENT ARRANGE with the NEW TORE LD. by which all the SPECIAL ÜAPH SERVICE of that g raata at of all aewapapera la p: at an disposal for atmultiaieaa Beatles, thua auDDlamentlnc aad aaUdbatlu the Aaaodated aawa, aad laaartaa to the readers of m t^fcta-week picatüne The ef tfce Whole WorM. emfissssp*" Mr W e ej — e j Papir ieWeete SU Six BOBtke Jl S One aeetk 1 -si te M pasea. 9» SU moatka 41 THE PKAYVmE^ .Mete On January 16, fhe thermometer regis gistered 68 degrees below zero at Dawson and 78 at Forty Mile, in Alaska. COLLIS' S AGUE CURE cures the Kidneys, works the Liver, tones up the Stomach and purifies the Bowels. For salo by Julius Koch. Fifteen hundred acies of sugar cane near Man/.anillo, Cuba, was burned by in cendiaries as theiesult of political friction. Sore Eye*. Dr. Jackson's Indian Eye Salve, a cer tain cure for weak ana inflamed Sore Eyes. Price 25c. tor sale by Julius Koch. ♦ <»> The House committee on coinage has ordered a favorable report, on the bill "to maintain the silver dollar at parity with gold." COLLIN'S AGUE CURE is an unfail ing remedy for all Liver and Kidney Troubles and a thorough Blood Purifier. For sale by Julius Koch. • • liov. Dockery of Missouri has sent a mes sage to the Legislature advocating the pas sage of a law indicting the death penalty in cases of kidnapping for ransom. Sufferers with Malaria will find Collin's Ague Cure an unfailing remedy. For sale by Julius Koch. The U. S. House of Representatives has agreed to the provisions carrying $260,000 for tho naval station and auxiliary at Al giers. This is in addition to the dry dock proper. COLLIN'S, AGUE^CURE works the liver, guaranteed. Price. 50c. For sale by Julius Koch. C. P. Adams of Shelby county, Ala., and J. J. Adams of Bessemer have been arrested on a charge of counterfeiting United States money. Fou will feel better to-morrow, if you take Collin's Ague Cure to-night. For sale by Julius Koch. A land company, with a capital stock of $150,000, has been organized nt Jennings * m # m WINE OP CARDtll *¥ brought relief to »mil lion who their wnsrto Mr*. tchftll Win# declining health, when of Gardai performed* "won derfu ». She «offered with it cnre" in her omo . the H® nie« of foiling ox tho womb, leaoorrhcM andprofaM The weekly «ppevneeol the !c»7wUofc W£5pfc. Theo Her ino the triel W Gardai the tehell lire. word« burning eloquence! WDTCorCABM ii within the reeeh of ell. f SÄF& try Wine of täte if i for ell nottake yon Mm WOlle Ml»^|0jrthOMtoe, "Wine < Drencbt a mat and Iam leueorrbflM* for andmyaienie* every we r parafai srw i. end tndaeed Wine Bleek-Dreecht. m Ce, J. Jacquemoud, MANUFACTURER OF Carriages, Buggies, Wagons & Vehicles. OF ALL KINDS. General Repair Shop. Painting, Varnishing ft Trimming, ALSO CABINET MAKER. 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The machine is hinged, to that it can be folded down below the table against a bent -wood shield that Mly protects, the dress of th« op erator and the floor from all drippings of oil, lint, etc. J. G. ARNANDEZ, Agent, New Iberia, La. LAWTON'S^ NEWS STAND Is Headquarters for Blank Books of all grades, kinds and sizes. Time Books, Letter Copy Presses, Memorandum Books, Inks, Typewriter Paper Desk Pads, Box Files, etc. AMON's Pepsin «• Is Ti and QuarsRtssd Is Curs . Fsvsr and all Nalsrlsl TrouMss. Not Coataia Qalatae Nor Other l'olson. Doe* Kol Inj uro the Stomach Nor Effect the Heariaa. A Ual ael« A Oam nime Dnv '!'«• '.n n ... _ . ... .a.. beet we vun m» UIJU1U me siomocn nor direct toe Hear tag. A. McLarly * Soa, Dime Box, » ex., »ay: Ramon 'e Pepain Chill Tonie le Ute My »0-, prccri •>«« it in bis practice, and aayi ttlê ■tar Ohm totho atomacb." ^ AÄ i* . lUJUiy WJ IUJ E 3. CO,, Froj ra. (Jwcaflvltie, Tenn. ~ 3mzSKMaBBH55£3Sa FOB 8ALE BY JAMES A. LEE. Worms! 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