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i 7, rsn rant.T.rv Li U y v-r wsJ u y u Is u h a tinl that UVn earn of II -If.' ticn aity "Let tli Initio ri.-ho l, an I t!m MiV.nliw lint tllll f-il-liliitlt I Mil Im.illy fulfil. ,n wira I' ll" V."Trm a till U In l"Miiil t i r I k Imalth anl ktr-.i,,.'' i in thin ann-ial ru, ! itU lnt nu l dirt. The ( iu'i,iiMi of hrr fv-riih iuixl.ty i,tt itra W irk Ik il..!"ti.,n of tl I.I.mmI, t!t "" ' ' I"1' it -1 fc'riMlt!!i, niantrmtl in ll.ltt .!, tir. I, u r..ti.litli t m prnv- alti,t lit I'm t"'n'in c I Try ilpfiKT'iuji If t' 1 1 ii i". V.l.at n'.yninn nnl Wwir'.ui in--!- In I'm a.rli I ll n I s 8ra riinu ll a.-- tli.i I i . 1 vitul. ,,! nnlri). Eood'o 8 " I tae n-ol I Karsaj.arllla fvrj inmt ' an J It U tli only nili-lu I tlirutt-h Urn ; jftir. It fnn'l's me to !j u. y bouse rUnniug ami farm work a!! fir mli t(-i 'iir,mr. It t,.-l l nm ry m'l-li fur pa!pitatl..ii i.f t!i i Mirl, I thiun J,rf.fi F irparilia la t ha j m-ll In f.ir r-v.-ryjiio ail who takn It j will iiiyr tm with. mt It. I hut nU )UH. , ll i i't '. 1'iUa ami tiny ant tti bat I evpr i tn.' t." Mm. i". H. AM.htwH, fi.VVoo'U jok.Ct. I OK I II r. mi iidh: Ol" ,M IS II I I VMS AMI M I.AMON I. I ho l.vilriirr Ax iln-t llim Sc . I m Coiicluslvo. in to S Sine rafv J GBSood PyrifaeE Prominently in tho Public Eye Today, W. L. Douglas 53 SElOErlrVo" a rue C BEST. f Oii A KINS. 3. cordovan; r KLnin LU.ia tALT. i& '.150 FiwrTiir : I 4 J n nt ir r j tXTRA FINE. 'LADTC31 tii' 5rNDroiPATAiflnir WL-DOUCLAili ' BHOCKTOHKMl. Over One Millioa I'eoplo wear tha W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes All our shoes are equally satisfactory They glv tha beat value for the money. They equal custom ahors In atyle and lit. Their wearing qualities are unaurpanaed. "he prices are uniform, stamped on eole. Prom $i tn $ 1 saved over uihrr makes, li jour dealer cannot supply you wetiO. r. . i i McEI.REES tWINE OF CARDUI.i a (Jutcr Iliiiniiii l'umlly StatKtlos. Taking tlio wor'.J over thcro is an avi rngo of ouo death and one and ono fourth birtlm cr second. Onlj one half of all who are born into the world live to tho ngo of 17 years. Vital utatintics rove that, taking tlio world over, there aro 10'J women to every 100 men. Ont of every nine Hudden deaths reported, eight of the number aro men. Tho mieroHCOpo nhows that the hu man body is covered with seales, each eculo covering COO pores. Only nix persons out of each 1,000 born live to be 73 years old, and only one out of the samo number reaches tho century mark. Figures by experts in vital btatistics prove that not less than 4,745,500,000 human beings die on our globo- each century. The latest anthropological etatistics prove that in America the daily, monthly and yearly number of births exceed the deaths in the ratio of 3 tol. Huxley's tables show that the human body is made up of thirteen different elements, of which five are gases and eight solids. TliPoiloro I'nrnnt La been bound I over fr trial by the coroner' j'iry at Sun FrnticiHfo, charged with tho i:ur ' dr of M in Williams and Mi in Lam out. ' T!i verdict wu returned Friday. J The htory developed beforu the jury was of the most shocking character. Theodorft Iurnnt whs anihtant Sunday I achool Ktiperintendeiit of Fmuuual ' J'.aptikt church, of which the murderer ' atil Buiculc, iiev. Jr. nmioi k, was formerly j'astor. Mis Williams was a pretty young f ill of religious incli ! nation",, and Minn Latnont wah yet a ' school girl, both being attendants of 'thisHundny school, vt Lore they met and becnmn infatuated with the aHiisU' ! ant superintendent. I Two weeks ago Misa Ijamont tnyste j riously disappeared.- A few days later . the mutilated body of Miss Williams i was found iu tho library room of tha church. Suspicion pointed toDurant, and he was run down aud arretted. l : v ' . -I, ; , OVAL BAKING, POWDHR is the purest and strongest baking powilcr m:ulc. It lias received the highest award at the U. S. Gov't official investigation, and at all the Great International Expositions and World's I;airs wherever exhibited in competition with others. It makes the finest, lightest, sweetest, most wholesome bread, cake and pastry. More economical than any other leaven ing agent. fv ' If H M r- P '"I - The Preliminary Trial. Tho preliminary examination of Durant took place Monday morning. The police authorities took extra pre cautious to guard the piisoner and prevent a possible act of violence, though none is anticipated by tho peo ple. A cordon of police was at tho city hall, and there wbb also a squad ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 1C3 VALL ST., NEW-YORK. ITKMS of inti:kkst. The fir.it chemical analysis of tobac co was made by Vauqaeline in 180D. The best crades of Cuban tobacco of policemen in tho court room when have less than two per cent of nicotia. ttie rieanng was Held. t oril ciive's melancholy finally The testimony of tho witnesses ex- d , ma.lne8 anj Le dic(i by bi8 t For Female Diseases. SIMPLE, CLEANLY. EFFICIENT. bkl llltf Villas MihaThealre, IF YOU WOULD BE IN FASH10M TAKE A FEW RipansTabules ALONG WITH TOU WHEHEVER YOU GO. Yon can slip them into vonr pocket, jour Eatohel, your 'waQet even. To a dyspep tic this means oeace of mind under many otherwise trying circumstances. D 0 R A- C TO AVOID THIS USE TETTERISE The ONLY painless and harniless fill HE for the worst lype of Kcsnmn Tutter, Ringworm, Ufflyrotiffh patcli m on tlte fuce, ciuntQ ncalp. Ground itch, cliafj, chaps, pirn pltw. Poinon from ivy or poison oak. In short all itchkh, Send 50c, in HNtan.ps or onflU to J, T. nliuptrine. Savannah. Ga., lor one box, if your druggiBt don't koep it. LIVER PUIS AND gTohic Pellets. TrT H IT ? for ConstlDtttlon i It CtV 1 1U LI1 1 and Billousneia. At all torM,or hf mail So. double bo; 6 double bmsi! $1.00. J1ROWN aih'il CO.. Nevr Vork City. II 1 K 4 mi" I.Ike n nincblne. Which kept In order runs smoothly and regu larly, so the bowelu keep up their action if measures are taken to keep them In goo-1 working order. Tlili infers, of course, that they are out of order. The surest recourse then ia to Hostel tcr's Stomach Hitters, a laxa tive mild but effective, which isalnoaremedy for dyspensia, malaria, rheumatism, nervous ness and kidney trouble. One should never allow too much depression from adversity. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root cursi all Kidney and Bladder trouble. Pamphlet and Consultation fre. Laboratory Hlnirhamton. N. V. Reproaches from some sources come more liko compliment. How's TIiIn! We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. J. Chunky & Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, tho undersigned, have known F. J. Che ney for the last 15 years, and believe him per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obliga lion made by their firm. Wkst fc Tuuax, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Wammno, Kin.an & Marvin, Wholesale Dnt-'tfists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, act In ar directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Drut'sists. Testimonials free. aminod did not differ materially from that given at the inquest, When the name of A. E. Williams, the dead girl's father, was called a sen sational incident occurred. A hand some and well-dressed young woman, who had beec standing all the morn ing in tho edge of the crowd behind young Dnrant, stepped to the witness platform and said "I shall refuse to say a word until I have spoken to this defendant. Judge Conlin ordered her to step down, but she refused and excluimed "I declare this man free." As a bailiff took her in hand fche ex claimed: "No one shall touch me until I have spoken to this man. The woman had evidently become insane from brooding over tho murder. New witnesses have been found in the persons of three young ladies who positively identified Durant as the man who had spoken to them on the night of the murder near the church between 9 and 9:15 o'clock. He mistook them for acquaintances, and after recogniz ing his error, apologized and turned away. Miss llhams was killed be tween eight and nine o'clock that night. A dispatch from Napa, Cal., says that Allen Church, who has been closely bringing Up CWhiren. To Enjoy IJfo the physical machine must be in pood running order. A little care t hi use of ltipans Tab ulna will give you every morning tho feeling that you are "glad to be alive." We have not been without I'iso's Cure for Consumption for 20 years. Lizzir FkhkkIj, Camp St., Harrisburg, Pa., May 4, '14. Mr. Winslow'sSoothlnir Syrupfor children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25o. a botr.ls Morphine Habit Cured IN 20 DAYS. NO SUFFERING, Nor any Money Required In Advance. Not one cent till CURED and SATISFIED. Como to see me or write me at once for terms. 33. .A.. S"3T1MCS, IMC. 3D., ATLANTA, OA.. 107 Alexander Kt. gifJE POSITIONS I At Good, Guaranteed Salaries. Must havo SO Yonn Mi-n in next. !0 rinvn I Writn immediately i GKOKUIA EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Macon, Georgia. WAN ftT "FWS LF.TTF.Rof ralae sent 1IMLL O I a FRF.K to readers of this paper. Charles A. Baldwia & Ca., 40 Wall St., N. Y, I Milk Pans, and pails, and cans, and bottles (even baby's) or any thing that you want particularly clean, ought to be washed with Pearline. a You'll save work in doing" it, and it's a great deal more thoroughly done. Dairies and dealers use Pearline extensively. Just try it once, on vour milk-ware or butter-ware and then say if it isn't the most satisfactory way of cleaning. Pearline is the j triots'Day. Their request was refus- i .i it . i- d. Hence the action of the union, liiubu tv-umJiiii-cii uiui yuu ciu use, iuu. i uu jjti su iiiuv.il own hand. The brilliant Sonthey finally sank into a state of mental stupor, in which he died. Socrates imagined that he had a fa miliar spirit or guardian angel that conversed with him. . The government secret service gives notice of a dangerous counterfeit $2 silver certificate, series 1891. The iouthern corn crop will be nearly 500,000,000 bushels, according to the United States agricultural de partment, an increase of $48,000,000 bushels. The hedgehog, badger, squirrel and some kind of mice lay up a regular store of provisions for tho w inter. It is said they eat only durinu mild weather, and in extreme cold remain torpid. Animals that live in cold countries have a warm matting of wool or fine fur underneath their hairy coats, so that they are almost perfectly protect ed from cold. This wool usually falls off in summer. Russia produced last year, accord ing to the estimate of tho minister of agriculture, 272,000,000 bushels of wheat, as compared with 330,000,000 last year. Iter rye crop is 792,000,000 From earliest infancy, incnlcata in stant obedience. Unite firmness with gentleness. Let your cbildrer under stand always that you moan what you say. Never promise them anything unless you are quite sure you can giva what you say. If you tell a child to do something, show him how to do it, and see that is done. Always punish your children for willfully disobeying you; but never punish them in anger.. Never let them know that they vex you or make you loso your self-command. If they give way to petulance or ill temper, wait till they are calm, then reason with them on the foolishness of their conduct. Never give your child ren anything because they cry for it. Teach them that the euro and easy way to appear good is to bo goo 1. 2 V associated with some of the Emanuel bushels against 752,000,000 a year ago, church people, stated in an interview: The barley yield is 176,000,000 and "As soon as I heard Minnie Williams that of oats 072,000,000. There was was murdered, I connected Durant do famine in the Czar's Empire last with the murder, as ho had been most year, intimate with her, and I know that he had a key that would unlock, but would not lock, the Bide door. I have known Durant for five years and have warned Minnie Williems against going with him." The important part of this state ment lies in the declaration that Du- ran's key would unlock, but not lock tho side door of the church. It will bo remembered that the murderer left the side door unfastened in making his escape from the scene of his crime. Church will be questioned by the po lice. Tho two murderers furnished a topio for four or five ministers to discourse upon Sunday to their congregations. v t What an ordinary man eats and the way he eats it would be enough to give dyspepsia to an ostrich unless the os trich were wise enough to as sist his digestion from time to time with an efficient combination of vegetable ex tracts. Such a I)r. Pierce's rieasant Pellets. They are the pills par excellence for those who sometimes eat the wrong things and too much. They stimulate action in all of the digestive organs. They stop sour stomach, windy bclchings, heartburn, flatulence and cure constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, in- ' digestion, sick headache and kindred derangements. Once used they are always in favor. Notice to Mill S And farmerd owning hiiiaII power: The finat and numt oomnlfte Saw Mill in eintence to-day, ia manu factured by the MeLOAC'li itllM, W J-'.. TO.. :i.0 ni"hiiiil Ave,, Allnntrta 4n. Toi.k lirefc prize at World Fair at Chicago. All aiaea, from 4 a. p, up to the UrpPHt, Prioea reduced. Sena for oata fofrue showinc new improve mart; ao. of Portable on M'llR. li ib'ig rrttMr-eeand Tut nine Water W bewi. Pulleys and HiKand ull kindsof mill sutil on. JAM! 11 KOHLS A AT TAKES CIIAR( E. The TImes-lterald, of Chicago, Pisses Into New Hands. Both the melhod and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshincr to tho taste, and acta The control of the Times-Jferald r. PIomP"y on tne juaneyi, and Evening Post, at Chicago, has ana .uovves, cleanses tne BJS. nnssfld intn thn i.nnrin nf nrmnn it tern euoctuaur, uispeis colds, nead' Kohlsaat, formerly publisher of the acue aa levers ana cures Habitual Inter Ocean, ami ha has assumed Constipation. SvrUD of FifTB ia the charge of the consolidated journal, only remedy of its kind ever pro- Mr. Kohlsaat secured 725 of tho 1,000 duce(, pleasing to the taste- and ac shares of $1,000 each by a number of ceptable to the Btomach, prompt in transfers. Acoordiug to Mr. Kohlsaat, its action and truly beneficial in its the consolidated papers will be inde- effects, nrenared onlv from the most pendent in local politics. On the healthy and arrrecable substances, its monetary question it will De unaitera- maDy excellent qualities commend it generally independent in national politics, the papers will be advocates of protection to American industries. They Voted to Remain Omt. The cotton mule spinners' union at Blackstone, Mass., have voted to re main ont of the Blackstone Cotton Uompany s milL Ihey called upon the superintendent and asked to re main out Friday as the day was Pa- more out of it. CJ-fafi J Meddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell yon " this is as good as" OCI1U or " tho same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE Pearline is never peddled. and if your rroeer sands yoa rotnetainz in place of Fearline, be honest-xrti if tart. ' JA&SS PY". New York. Bach to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50 cent bottles by all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. I)o not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. 8AN FliAHClSCO. CAL LOUISVILLE, A7. HEW YORK, M f. wnicn was in accordance with tho ac tion taken at a meeting of the New England mule spinners' union, in Bos ton, several weeks ago, which voted to have the members of the union stay out of the mill on Patriots' Day. A.N.U... ..Seventeen. 'U.i i liUHtS WritHt ALL tLlit r AILS. 11 1 Bert CouKh byrup. Tames Gtxja. Cue t 1 F ,1 In time, fold hy drngrl'tii f C .... ""' j'T;1? ij. . - U a Tur- Ish steel tanks with covers, all eal- vanizecl after completion. In nests of ten, 8 to 12 feet high and SO to 36 Inches In" diameter, at 2Sc. per callon.l Tney do not rust, shrink, leak, It' taste to water, nor allow foreign sub stanoes to got In. They can be put In garret or barn and thus are protectees from freezing. They take no setting! up, are orteaper than wood. Tank substructures of sll sizes mads to k Order. Send for Brie Hat and - X designs forsubstruoture and 9 V ornamental water i lX.AERMOTOR , Didym snr top to think bow tompl.t.lf oi, larmobn Co. mtAm ths modwn .indmi II bumnma f How It bil aiasop. clit.d IhU nlit lis. of sianaf.Aar. beo.uM at It, ici.m, lavantlont, dMifflfl, qa&JltMi, aud prMan. or fotcd otii.ra ta ba litarU and Mriila I in iu Win I WltntM tha atMl h"l, aa baok said pumper, tlis high tr,d fow.r mill, tlta ftMl towun, flttid aud tilting, tha falvaalziiia of work attar sonipletioa, ta (rind.r Mutrifugil fMd, tha Irupnmwl Irritntuiy ami oth.r pnnpt, U., all atMt pola saw oa, tba mml popular thinn w, ,f,r put out tha itoal itnrata and t-k tank,. Evn-yUihii m aa touahid w, kava txtterod and chtapcntil. It ia U.a tlliarw. hia d.li(hted ia and it ba paid. Wa havlablihad a itom. W kranoh hoaaaa, to aa ta ka,a all thru goli near thoa who want them. Taa a-riaoior Co. baa but ona mora ambition. It wanai to build and fill ouo mora now building. It baa I kern of laud at ita praaant Ir-oatieli anoroip'.ed by buiklinga. It as paaU to rr.ani;i ,n Juu.U toiv that t merm with a ,111,1. baikliug. 7 atoiiaa huh. this will f ira it 11 mora acre, t floo, apaoa. Ibaa whan tha publia demand fqair mora gooda than earn ba produced vk tula addod inw,, H will irfuaa ta aitand fattlur. ar niaka any aff .rt. It ill liai, doo, Ita akara loannj.ly tha4aiand. It will then torn away all nw mr. 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