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is rt 5 in FIXED FOR DEWEY Admiral an:l Brumby Will Make Visit to Atlanta October 21. LATEST OFFICIAL INFORMATION 11 (7 ) Hatter In Brumby's HandsLieu tenant Caldwell Will Accom pany Them 5outh. O ) b J L Sick headache. Food doesn't di gest well, appetite poor, bowels con stipated, tongue coated. It's your livert Ayer's Pills are liver pills, easy and safe. They cur dyspep sia, biliouoness. 25c. AHDruss'sts. ot your mnusttwha or bwd a txauuiul vruwn or ri'ii i.iair Then nS t. wwiiuuiirniii u u I i. w A Washington special says: Admiral Dewey will visit Atlanta, da.., the 21th instant. .Such is his present in tention, unless some unforeuecu de mand upon his prcseuce here shouhl ho matle in the meantime. The admiral arrived in Washington Mouday evening, accompanied by Lieutenant Drumby. The hour of his arrival was Lot generally known, heneo there was but little demonstra tion over him ns he walked briskly out of the Pennsylvania railroad depot and proceeded to his apartments in the Everett flat, on II atreet, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. His apartments are modest, but comfortably furnished, but there is no attempt at display or extravagance in the interior decorations. The Av crett is a small apartment house, near the Metropolitan club, of which he is a member. Admiral Schley also has apartments in the name house. The admiral declined to receive visitors Monday night, but made au exception for two or three personal friends. Soon after the admiral he was informed that a delegation repre senting the city of Atlanta desired to confer with him relative to fixing a date for his visit to that city. He made au appointment to meet the del egation Tuesday at 11 o'clock. The delegation was composed of Thomas Egleston, Joseph T. Orme and Harvey Johnson. Messrs. Egleston and Orme were schoolmates with Lieutenant Brumby, consequently they encountered but little difficulty in ar ranging the interview with the admiral through his trusted flag lieutenant. Wednesday evening the delegation entertained Lieutenants Brumby and Caldwell at dinner in the Shoreham hotel. PRESIDENT'S DECLARATIONS. He Is Unequivocally For the Gold Standard and Retention of the Philippines. President McKiuley made the first of a series of addressee in Iowa in the town of Iowa Falls. In that speech ho said: "Since I was last in tho state we have added some new territory. "It is no longer a question of ex pansion with us; wc have expanded. If there is any question at all, it is a question of contraction; and who is going to contract? "I believe, my fellow citizens, that this territory that came to us is the providence of God. We did not seek it. It is ours with all the responsibil " ities that belong to it, and as a great, Btroug, brave nation we mean to carry our education and our civilization there. I am not one of those who would take a laurel from the brow of the American soldier or a jewel from the crown of American achievement." At Ackley, the next stop, the presi dent spoke as follows: "I recall in this presence my former visit to this people, now, I believe, live years ago. 1 congratulate you upon the improved condition of the country. When I was here last we were in a condition of business de pression. Times were hard, fear had overcome courage. Now all is chauged. We have general prosperity, good crops and fair prices, steady employ ment auu u'ood waxes, and we are a happy and contented people. " VVe are importing few products from abroad than we have done in many years, and we are sending more of Amer ican products abroad than we ever a. sent before. "We are on a cold basis and we mean to stay there." (General cry of good.) COLUMBIA SCOKEI FIRST. hlskere Mitki'H million think. Kloot rlcnl Shnvlnir nml Ifalr-Cui (I tig Appllnurr ft. The Trench are said to be equlpp'ng their shaving and hair-cutting saloo" with complete sets of electrical nppll rnceR. In a Paris shop, recently ll 1 1 - 1 up, hot writer Is obtained by passing the stream of a hydrant through a Ger ninn Kllver tube In a soapstone case. The tubing Is electrically heated, so that the water la nearly boiling when It posses out of the spigot. The old heating Irons, which often burned the hair, are no longer used for curling. The electric curling Irons which have taken their place are safe and sura, as they can be brought to any tempera ture, which they will retain Indefinite, ly. Scissors are out of date, and the cutting of hair Is uovr done by clipping machines, the speed of which can be regulated to a nicety by the operator. Where It Is desired to singe the hair, the clipping machine gives place to the t'lcctrionlly-heat'Ml platinum wire, which passes across the teeth of a me tallic comb, the comb takes up a quantity of the hair, holding It for nn Instant; the barber's man presses a tiny button at tho end of the comb, and there Is an influx of current which heats the wire. As the wire approaches red heat the hair is burned off neatly and smoothly, and its cuds nre sealed up In the most approved fashion. Bos ton (Mass.) Journal of Commerce. Tommy Atkins Discipline. Tommy Atkins, more chpodally the Irishmen of that uame, manages often ti work lu a little humor In conjunc tion with tllticlplliit?. The Uoyul Itinlrf kllli'U FusHl'TS vere inarching to their musketry camp and halted for tli night at the little town of Keh. The KurKcon captain attached tfr tho regb ment for the march preferred t tleep In the hotel, and his tent was not pitched. Pour men were told off next morning, however, according to cus tom, to strike the doctor's tent, and, marching to the spot where It should be, found a vacancy. "Where does the doctor stay, anyway?" asked the old soldier of the party, nnd he was told that the doctor had slept at the hotel. When the surgeon captain came out of tbo hotel he found the old noldler and the three other men waiting out side, and asked thm what they want ed. "Party to strike the doctor's tent," replied the old soldier, laconi cally. Whether the four gallant Puslll ers had Intended to pull down the ho tel as soon as the doctor was out of It Jld not transpire, for they were tent off at once to their company. London Telegraph. A Limit. "Now," said the careful newspaper man, as he showed the statesman an Interview, "you are quite sure you said all this?" "Yes," was the reflective answer: "I'm sure I said It; but I can't be sure about how long I'll remember I gald It." Washington Star. a GAVE little thought to my health," writes Mrs. Wm. V. Pkll, 330 N. Walnut St., Canton, O., to Mrs. Pink ham. "until I found myself unable to attend to my household duties. "I had had my days of not feeling well and rny monthly suffering, and a good deal vt backache, but I thought all women had theso things and did not complain. "1 had doctored for sumo time, but no medicine seemed to help me, and my physician thought it bct,t for Hie to go to the hospital for local treatment. 1 had read and heard so much of your A Wpit Indian Hurricane Recently travelled up mid down tbo coast at will, opset all calculations, and acted in nil entirely different manner from any other storm. Sometimes dyspepsia acuta tho rime way. It refuses to yield to treatment which tins cured similar canes. Then HoHtntter'B .Stomach Hitters should be taken. Kwill affect euro speedily and naturally. It lias cured stomach troubles for half a century. Try It. When a woman Is in love she's a Belf-ap- pointcd detective. A Loser. 'I'm going to quit gambling. It costs too much. "Why, you know you win more than you lose." "les. but to keep even, I would have to win twice as much as I lose, You Bee, whenever I win I have to give half to my wife." Indianapolis Jour nal. A Doctor's Advice Free! About Tetterine. Dr. M.L. Fielder of Eclectic P. O., Elmore Co., Ala.. says: "I know it to bo a radical cure for tetter, salt rheum, eczema and all kindred diseases of the skin and scalp, I never prescribe anything else in all skip troubles." Send 50c. in stamps for a box of it, postpaid, to the niau ufacturer, J. T. Shuptrine, Savannah, Ga., if your druggist doesn t keep it, itrpze at I.aet Favor Yachts and Ini tial Knn Is Made. A New York dispatch says: The enp which the old schooner America won bo commandmgly against all comers nvsr tho course around the Isle of Wight in 1851 and brought back across tho seas will probably remaiu here an other year, a defiance to the world. Iu a glorious breeze, over a wind ward and leeward course of thirty miles, the Columbia scored against the Shamrock Monday in the first race of the I1'-)'.) series for the trophy. She bounded across the finish line fully a mile and a haif ahead of tho challenger. The Final Touch. Ready for all that might befall, the female detective prepared to venture forth on the track of tho desperate criminal. At the threshold she paused and cast one more look back. "Is my diguise on straight?" she asked. Philadelphia North American. A Grasping Nature. Washing - Machine Agent Your neighbor, Mr. Flintrock.is of a rather grasping disposition, isn t he? Farmer Dunk Graspin'? Yes; he is so durn greedy that if he had his wav there wouldn't be enough of the world to go round. Harper's Bazar Statu oy Ohio. Citv ok Toledo. (., Tacas County. ( ' " Fit A k K J . Cn EN ky makes o tli th a t h e i 9 t,li senior partner of the Arm of F. .1. Chrnf.y ffe fVi.. dolns business in the City of loledo, Conntv and State aforexa id. and that said Arm will nay 1 he sum of onk iutndkkd dollars for each and every case of cat arhh that cannot be cured by the use or 11 a ll s 1 atak bh 1 hue, Fit ank J. Ohfnf.y. Sworn to before me and mbKcribcd in my t -) i.ieseiH-e, tuistSth day of December SEALA. 1. IS81). A. W.LRASOS. - , Xotiirv ib!ic, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and act directly on th e blood and mucous surfaces of the system. ?end lor testimonials, tree F. J. Chfnky & Co., Toledo, O Pold bv r)riiKi'-t. 75e. Hall's Family 1'ilU are the best. The little a man wants hero below is a lit tie more. 1 lulive 1 1 mi's Cure for Consumption avod my boy's !i f e last, summer. M rs. A LL1 F. Doi.'O LAS.S. Le Roy. Mle.li., Oct. , 1S1H. Mi t.priTmnentlv cured. f fl:s or nervo'is. ret alter first day's nse of iJr. Kline's Ore vit lipsiori-r. trial bottleandtreHUsefie in: ll. 11. hl.lKK. Ltd.. 'n A rou St., 1'Llla.. 1'a Laboring under a delusion Is au tin profit, blejob. Vegetable Compound tht I made up my mind to try it. I was troubled with falling of the womb, had sharp pains in ovaries, lcucorrhceaand painful menses. I was so weak and dizzy that I would often have severe fainting spells. I took in all several bottles of Lydia.E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier and used the Sanative Wash, and am now in good health. I wish others to lrnrmir af tns wrmi1rfi,1 good it has done me, and have many friends taking it X i now. Will always give your medicine the highest praise. Mrs. A. Tolle, 1946 Hil ton St., Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "Dear Mrs. Pinkham I was very thin and my friends thought I was in con sumption. Had continual headaches, backache and falling of womb, and my eyes were affected. Every one noticed how poorly I looked and I was advised to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. One bottle relieved me, and after tak ing eight bottles am now a healthy woman; have gained in weight 95 pounds to 140 pounds, and everyone asks what makes me so stout." 1 Ik1 . f NOT AlWS SAVE! THE cheapest is noi the best, but tho bst IS I tha choapost, and the best Buggy is cone I too good. . Then why practice economy at the wrong end? For a dollar or tvo more you get as good as can be made, and you might as well reap the beneSt as not. Did it ever occur to you in that way? RWf llf 3 H BUGGY CO. i 6 i S3&S3.50 SHOES "'? A fBRTER'Slliril Malces millions thluk. WANTED Energetic man as County Su perintendent to inanage our busines3 In your own and adjoining counties: no can vassing; straight salary, SI per week and expenses. early contract, rapid promotion. exceptional opportunity. Address Manufac turers, P. 0. Box 733, Philadelphia, Penn. and Whiskey Habits tl ;! 1 It fi P Hi K -M out pain. Book of par 13 f j B B U ticulsrs sent FUCK. K;23ra b.m.wooi.lky,m.o. Ailuuu, uu, Office 104 N. l'ryor St. CUlUa VVHtiitALLI ElStfA Best CoiiKh Syrup. T antes Good In time. Sold by dnijclsls. ; v. " Cse til . DR. HOFFETT'S K CCTUI LLl 11 1 1 Allajs Irritation, Aids Di trpstlnn Hetfulatesthe Bowels, 6csuullbtrcngthenstbe Child Makes Teething Easy. TKtru 1VI lylinwfia iin Tpftllh- UfiSining rOWU8rS,;-JJL lMOf Children of ANY AGE costs only 25 Cents. If not found at your Druggist's, mall 25 cents to C. J. MOFFETT, M, D St, Louis, Mo. 1 M : MADE. Worth $4 to 8 compared with olhor makes. Indorsed by over 1,000,000 wearers. ALL LEATHERS. ALL STYLES Till GK.II'IMK har W. L. Poaulu a lot. and prlee atanitd oa hoUoofe Take no substitute claimed to be m -ood. Largest uikkcrs of M nnd rl.M blioes la th our dsa!erihouia Keep not. we win sen.l you pair on receipt of price. fetat kiaJ of leather, alze sad width, plalu or tap too. Catalogue U i ree. W. L DOUGLAS SHOE CO.. Brockton. Mass. J W' world. Your r, 7X them lfnol Ut V.Mi.,'i pu-onrec COED WHEAT JLL V We again ofTer the cleanest seed wheat on the market, and from probably the largest crop yield In the State, it cot the United States. We had 855 acres in wheat this year, and the crop averaged 89 bushels per acre. Yhere we had a good stand, not winter kil led, we had over 40 bushel9 per acre. One hundred bushels of our wheat will contain less cookie seed than one bushel of ordinary Eeed wheat Frioe fl.15 per bushel on oars at Charlotte. Bags hold two bushels and are new no charge for tags. Terms: Cash With order. CHARLOTTE OIL & FERTILIZER CO. Per I TIED UL1YEH, Prea't. CHARLOTTE, - - N. C. MENTION THIS P1PERSS. W- lalslif k Company, 80 S. liroad St., Atlanta, Oa. Engines and Boilers tenui Water Heaters, Steam l'limp. and Fenberthy Iujeetor. i Manufacturers and Dealers In S3JL-7T MILIjS, Corn Mills, Feed Mills, Cotton Gin Mneliln ary nl Grain Sepnrutors. SOLID and INSERTED Saws, Saw Teeth and l ocks, Knlsht's l'otent Dogrs, Clrdsall Saw Mill and Ki'pliie Itepalrs, tiovernors, Grato IJars and a full line of Mill Supplies. 1'iioe and quality of (roods Ruaranteed. Catalogue free by mentioning this paper. Trolling from a Barge. A man who was walking along the bankB of the Lea, in England, recently learned n new trick of bargemen. He says: "A barge came past, and fast ened behind was a toy boat about two feet long. I thought they might be trying how it sailed, but a little later another barge came along, also with a toy boat astern, while, to my great sur prise, a third barge arrived with yet another toy boat at the end. I thought to myself they cannot all be trying to see how they sail, and so I followed the barge, and, just as it was turning from the Lea to enter the Stort, the bargee hauled the toy boat in, and with it a spoon bait, which a 'jack' of four pounds had taken. Under Bylaw 11 of the Lea Conservatory this Is rank poaching." 01 mwmwmmwwBm ll if MASK EVERYBO TO SAVE THEIR TIN TAGS FOR YOU. 7) o The Tin Tags taken from SCHNAPPS and R. J, RB Tobaccos will pay for any one or all of this list of desirable and useful things, and you f have your good chewing tobacco besides. Every man, woman and culld can lind sometning on tms nat mac they would like to have and can have FREE. Write your name nnd address plainly and send the tags to us, men tioning the number of the present you want. Any assortment of the different kinds of tags mentioned above will he accepted. TAOS. 1 Match Box, quaint design, Import ed from Japan 40 I Kn:fe, (.lie blade, good steel 4U 8 Si issors, 4s inch, (jchhI steel S5 4 Child's Sat, Kaiie, Fork and hpoon 3o ( halt and Pepper, one each, quad ruple plito on white metal 70 6 llazor, Lollow ground, line tnglish s eel 7 Butter Knifo, triple plate, best quality 100 8 Siigar Hbull, tnrle plute, l'st quaL.ltU 9 S'atnp Hoi; siaillug silver 100 10 Knife, two ilads 100 U Uutoiier Knife, S iiich blmie luO II Miears. S-lnch nickel 100 IS Jiut Set, darker, Picks, silver.... f 14 Hix RoKers Table Srociil 450 15 Hix eoh Rimers K ives and Forks .SiW 16 livolver, 3S or k cslibre lnoo 17 liana kali, "Aasr.eiation," loo 18 V atc.h, stem wind and set, guaran teed nood time keeper M) 19 Alarm Clock, tdi kel, warranted iii 0 VO Carvers, buckhoru Lafialo, Kcd ste.1 250 TAOS. 21 Six Rogers Teaspoons, best vual. J0 22 Knives and l or 3, six each, buck horn bsndles.'. SJ3 23 Clock. 8-day, Calendar, Thermom eter, Barometer 600 24 KeminRton liifle No. 4, 22 or S2 cal .1000 26 Tool Set, not playthings, but real tools 760 26 Toilet Set, decorated porcelain, very handsome BOO 27 M atch, solid silver, (nil jeweled. . .luOO 28 HewliiK Machine, fli'si class, with all attschmenti 20CO 29 MiruhftHtor ltepentlng bhot Gun, 12 ciiSKe CR'W 50 hire, Wiuchesior, 16-!hot, 23-cal . . . 20J0 51 Sliot Gun, double-barrel, l-Jimmer- - hv-s J0O0 32 Ouitar rosewood, Inlaid wirb mother-of-pearl 2000 S3 Bicycle, standard make, ladies or gents 8000 24 After Dinner Ccffea Spoon, solid silver, gold bowl 190 ii Briar Wood Pipe 40 This offer expires November 30th, 1900. Address all your Tags and thb corrcEpondence about them to R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., WINSTON, N. C. (ftp' t i fll MM il D ' fj r - N i n 1. ti V -4 r;i S Hi i uue..cx. JSCs. -w. ,unr. htrrftfta To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try it? Trice 50c.