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My wife bad a dcep-ceatcdcouth for three years. I purchased two bottles of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, large sire, and it cured her com plrtely." J. H. Durge, Macon, Col. Probably you know of cough medicines that re lieve little coughs, all coughs, except deep ones! The medicine that has been curing the worst of deep coughs for sixty years is Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tbrt iliti ; 23c, 58c, II. AC tfrarrtats. Consult your dortor. If h take It, ttn to a lie ttyi. If he tall yon not to tiki It. than don't uki It. Ha kawt. Laava it with him W r wllllrr. J. C. ATCR CO., Lowell, Mill. c ani Young Men TO SUALIFT ran noon positions GUARANTEED IN WRITINQ. GOO FREE 6c',0ii!2'V.EEEU OA. -ALA. BUS. COLLEGE. MACON. GA Odds and Bnds, Although the scientific men of Aus tria and Germany refused to take the late Rudolf Falb and hLs weather and earthquake- prophesies seriously, his name was constantly in the newspa pers, and some are Inclined to think that there Is a kernel of truth In his theories, which are based on the as sumption, that the liquid Interior oj Ui earth has its ebb and tide, and la Influenced by the sun and the moon. The new Irish Land Act went into effect November 1, and today large tracts of land were to come Into tha IKisessicn of the tenants, the Govern ment loaning the money for the pur chase on easy terms. The tenants will be very energetic in taking advantage of the nfw law and within a short time many thousands of acres on which they have been paying rent for gene rations will be theirs to enjoy and to leave to their children. Miss Rose Peterson. Sen. larv Parkdale Tennis Clnh - ChU w ' 'wua cago, from experience advises all young girls who have pains and sickness peculiar to their sex, to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. How many beautiful young- girla de velop Into worn, listless and hopeless women, simply because sufficient atten tion has not been paid to their physical development. No woman is exempt from physical weakness and periodic pain, and young- girls just budding- into womanhood should be carefully guided physically as well as morally. Another womn, Miss Hannah E. Mershon, Col lingswood, N.J., says: "I thought I would write and tell you that, by following your kind ad vice, I feel like a new person. I was always thin and delicate, and so weak that I could hardly do anything-. Men struation was irregular. "I tried a bottle of your Vegetable Compound and began to feel better right away. I continued its use, and am now well and strong, and men struate regularly. I cannot say enough ..EH1 7our medicine did for me." TJSFJZJZV ofiwMHrprooing fnuintntaa cannot 6 produttd. Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound will cure any woman ln the land who suffers from womb troubles. Inflammation of the ovaries, and kidney troubles. SHOT GUN SHELLS are found on every American farm where there is a live toy. New Club loaded with black powder. Nitro Club sr.d Arrow loaded with any smokeless powder. They are "Duck Killers." Catalogue tree The Union Metallic Cartridge Co. " DRIDOEPODT. rrwv 1 L Anncv. .111 Rm.. Mew York. .-Z V 'So 48. - aalftLllftW 11 II U SUCKER LIIIE1 FJrty ycra ty exvd after man years i use on we eastern coast. lower's Woterproof Oiled Coals were tntrodiced in Ihe West and were colled Slickers 5y the piorveera and cowboys. This graphic reave has ccave Into such onml uv tKt it Is freqaenlly though wrongfully applied to man auDsxumes. you want the ceruave the nane Tower on the buttons. MAbl IM If LrW iMvninui .u ft. I if TW wrtEH n num -- TOWH CASPIAN CO.tiafctTCloitT6.aH. rr 1 Farm Topics VISITING OTIIEU FARMS. . If we see no other farm but our own. we are" liable to become satisfied with our efforts and not make any speci.il attempt to improve them; hence it is a good idea to visit our successful neighbor, see his farm, his buildings, his flocks and herds, and loam somo thlng of his plans, and he Is "a poor stick" who cannot profit by such vis its. There is additional value in the occasional comparison of one's own work with that of his neighbor's, and there is no better time in which to do it than the winter season. Live Stoci Indicator. PULLETS OR HENS? A subscriber asks If pullets will give better results as winter layers than hens. This depends on the age and condi tion of the pullets. Early hatched, fully matured pullets that begin to lay during October will make the best layers during the winter, while on the other hand late pullets or poorly con ditioned pullets will hardly pay 'Tor their keeping. Hens not over three years old, which have been given good care and have completed their moult, will begin to lay during October and continue throughout the winter. We should not discard good old hens until after the third year, unless they show a tendency to grow fat and lazy, but if we were selecting layers we should choose pullet's. Home and Farm. SELECTING A GOOD COW. When a breeder purchases cows for foundation stock he will always de mand three points, individuality, per formance and pedigree. Cows with fleshy udders, or small udders, or poor fore-udders, or small teats are to be avoided, as are those also that have short and heavy bull-like necks.- The model udder reaches well forward in a graceful curve and extends high up behind. Many beginners make th mistake of supposing that those ani mals are of a superior type that are dainty and delicate, and lacking in size. As a matter of fact, slender, graceful animals are likely to be de ficient in vigor and prove disappoint ing. The performance of an animal is one of the best gauges of her value. The average man cannot afford to buy world beaters, but he will do well to pay the additional price which Is asked for superior as compared with inferior performers. The record of the animal ! to a large extent fixes the value. THE PIG FROM AFAR. When a man receives a pig by ex press, if it has been long in crate, when taken out it should be given a drink of water and put in a pen where it can rest, says W. E. Spicer, in Swine herd. If it appears very tired let it rest some, then give it a half feed of some good slop made of bran, shorts, ground oats and corn, or what you have for it. Don't fill it too fast. If the pig has come in from a long jour ney and is very gaunt and tired it will not want much feed for the first few days. Don't keep feed before the pig at this time. If it does not eat the feed take it away and let it wait until the next feeding time. Don't get the pig stalled on the feed at this time. Of course, a pig that has made only a Bhort trip can be filled up in a short time and not hurt it. I can't give any rules that can be followed in all cases without deviation. The feeder must use his judgment in each case. The thing to guard against is not to fill the pig too fast and thus clog the digestion and get the pig in an un thrifty condition. LOADING STOCK MADE EASY. Without railroads provide suitable Inciosures and incline for loading an imals, the stockman must either pro vide some arrangement for getting the cattle aboard the car, or suffer great DEVICE FOB LOADING ANIMALS. inconvenience. A substantial con trivance for loading animals is shown and described below. Two posts, two by four by six and a half feet, a a', two posts, two by four by four feet, b b, and two two by four floor stringers, the necessary floor boards, four side boards, o o, and two braces, d d, are used. The length of the chute depends somewhat on material at hand, but ten feet is a good length. Width of chute should be same as wagon box. Bolts should be used at c c c, on both sides, as nails are almost certain to work loose, or tear the flesh of animals. Double cross pieces should be used under tne floor at both ends, and near the centre. Two men can carry such a chute and place it in a gate or door way easily. E. Hollenbcck, in Farm and Home. Convicted of P!nnlns: Wreck. Staunton, Va., Special. Mrs. Ellen Bailey was found guilty of planning the wreck which occurred on the Nor falk & Western, Railroad, at Green ville, last December. The Jury fixed rer punishment at Id years in the peniten tiary.. Her son, James Bailey, and Jo- ; seph Kennedy have been convicted of , wrecking the train. Bailey was con- demned to serve 18 years in the peni tentiary, while the jury, in the case of Kennedy, brought in a verdict of murder in th first degree Weather Vane 100 Years Old. H. W. Mclntyre of Randolph, Vt, has a unique relic in the shape of a weather vane that is nearly 100 years old. This weather vane was put on the Orange county "grammar school nearly 100 years ago, when the ?hool was dedicated 11806, and is in good condition to-day. For sentimental pur poses this same relic is to be placf. on the new school building at Ran dolph Center, 6 NEWSY CLEANINGS. ' Bfromboll Is in active eruption. American immigration Into the Phil ippines has greatly fallen off. The Federal Government Is to pros? cute Texas rjilroads for not using au tomatic couplers. Governor Ferguton estimates Okla . oma's population at CTJOOO and tax able property a $ i0O.O0O.0CO. J. S. McCue. a wH-knwn rorse man, has brought suit against the North Pacific Coast Railroad Company for an ear lost in a ferryboat collision. Polls of 100 places of worship on Manhattan Island hr the? Church News Association shows a large percentage of the population are not churchgoers. Roy Johnston, a farm hand, of O densburg. N. Y., has had the sight of one of his eyes deetrred by a potato playfully thrown by one of his fellow workers. rbere are ninety-five vacnnri n the grade of second lieuenant of the armV. Of Wllir-ll liftr-flro urn (n 41m In. f.ntry, twenty-two In tne artiilerv nn.i eighteen In the r.ivnlrv The Pannma Canal trentv trill ho sent by special messenger to the Isth mus for quick ratification and will be back, it Is thoueht. in time tn he before the Senate December 17. John Alexander Dowie's creditors ire making things interesting for him n the courts of Lake Countv, Illinois, he seat of Zion City. Within a month iearly a score of suits have been fled. Dr. E. A. SnJtzkn. who made the mortem examination of the three Van ormer boys, recently executed in !linton (N. Y.) Trison. found 1.0 grave efects and nothing abnormal in their brains. Charles M. Schwab presented to the ery Rev. John Hickev. for twentr years pastor of St. Thomas Roman atnoiic Church, a church built at Iraddock, Pa., by Mr. and Mrs. Schwab at a cost of $125,000. Steamship's Long Service. The Brittanic, which has just been sold to be broken up for junk, be tween 1874 and 1832 made some 260 voyages between New York and Liver pool, crossing the Atlantic more than ZOO times. It traveled about 1,800,000 miles, or enough to take it more than 70 times around the world, and carried nore than 200,000 passengers. Atlantic G:ast Line. CoNr-E.v.ED Schedule. Daied May 5th, 1U02. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Xo.23. No.35. No.103. No.4L Daiiy Daily.Daiiy. ex buu. Daily. A.M. P.M. T.M. A..V1. Lv Yi- ,1 ti 11 50 !' 33 r K kv Mount 1 00 10 64 P M. Lv T .! t.t.. 12 22 Lv liu.fky ;it,uat 1 05 10 02 i.v Wilx.n 1 5.1 11 10 Lv ftenuu 2 5 11 5t Lv Fayt.tt-vilie. . A 1 i:0 t Florence 7 35 3 i0 l'.M. A.JM. Ar (JoM.-iM.ro ' Lv GoM.-i'oro Lv Magnolia .... ar WilmihRiou 1 22 7 52 8 31 141 20 73i 8 r, 10 ;( P.M. A.M T aiii iS . 49 'uiiy, li-av R.ckv Moun a 2 bi p. m . VV:i-o . i 4J p it, UoicLboro 3 1 Mku l.a 4 25 i-us, ttrri.es Wilming l-iu (3 m, 'IP. ilSd GOING NORTH. No.7A No. 102. No.S2. No. 41 Daily rily. nx.bti .Daily Dtily A l Lv Florence 10 05 Lv Faybtteville.. 12 40 Lv rIrna 2 10 Kt Wilrtou.. 2 57 P. M. 8 05 10 U9 11 25 12 07 A.M. P.M. 7 0t 8 3i 'J A', Lv Wilmington... Lv Magnolia Lv Goldsboro.... 7 35 P. M Lv Wilson 2 35 8 20 Arltocky Mount.. 3 30 8 00 AM l'.M 11 34 10 it 12 10 11 Ar Tarboro Lv Tarixr 2 31 9 21 Ly Kocky Mount.. 3 50 Ar Weldon- 4 53 P.M. 12 43 137 A.M. P.M Train No, 48, daily, leaves Wilmingtoi 9 05 am, Magnolia 10 58 a m, Gold.-tu 12 26 a m, Wilson 1 18 p m, and arrivei at Rocky Mount at 1 53 p m. Yadkin Division Main Line Trail leaves Wilmington, 9:10 a. m., arrivei Fayetteville 12:20 p. in., leaves Fayette vllle 12:42 p. m. arrives Sanford 1:31 p. m. Returning leavea Sanford 3:01 p. m., arrive Fayetteville 4:20 p. m. leave Fayetteville 4:30 p. m.; arrivei Wilmington 7:15 p. m. Bennett6ville Branch Train leavei Bennettsvllle 8:10 a. m., Maxton9:0i a. m.. Red Springs, 9:32 a. m., Parkton 10:41 a. m., Hope Mills 10:55 a. m.. ar rive Fayetteville 11:10. Returnlni leaves Fayetteville 4:45 p. m.f Hop Mills 5:00 p. m., Red Springs 5:13 p m., Maxton 6:16 p. m.. arrives Ben aettsvillo 7:15 p. m. Connections at Fayetteville witk train No. 78 at Maxton with th Carolina Central Railway, at Re. Springs with the Red Springs and Bow more railroad, at Sanford with the Sea board .ilr Line and Southern Railway at Gulf with the Durham and Charlotti Railroad. Train on t&e Scotland Neck Brand Road leaves Weldon 3:15 p. m., Hall fax 3:29 p. w., arrives Scotland Necl at 4:10 p. m, Greenville 5:47 p. m. Klnston 6:45 p. m. Returning leaves Kineton 7:30 a. m., Greenville 8:30 a m., arriving Halifax at 11:05 a. m Weldon 11:20 a. m., daily except Sun day. Trains on Washington Branch leav. Washington C 00 a.m., and 1 : 45 p. m. arrive Parmele 8:55 a. m., and 3:10 p m., returning . leave Parmele 9:15 a m. and 5:22 p. m., arrive Washingtoi 10:35 a. m. and 6:15 p. m., dally ex cept Sunday. Train leaves Tarboro, N. C, dallj except Sunday 4:35 p. in.. St.n day, 4:35 p. m., arrives Plymouth 6:35 p. m., 6:30 p. xn. Returnini leaves Plymouth dally except Sunday 7:30 a. m., and Sunday 9:00 a. m., ar rives Tarboro 9:55 a. m., 11:00 h. m. Train on Midland N. C. Branch leaves Goldsboro daily except Suudav 5:00 a. m., arriving Smithfield 6:10a rn; returning leaves Smlthfield 7:00 a. m- arrives at Goldsboro 8:25 a. m. Trains on Nashville Branch leavi Rocky Mount 9:30 a. m. 4:00 p. m., ar rive Nashville 10:20 a. m., 4:23 p.m. Spring Hope 11:00 a. m., 4:43 p. m. Re turning leave Spring Hope 11:20 a. m. 5:15 p. m., Nashville 11:45 a. m.. 5:41 p. m., arrive at Rocky Mount 12:10 a m., 6:20 p. m., daily except Sunday. Train on Clinton Branch leaves War saw for Clinton daily, except Sundav 3:30 a. m. and 4:15 pp. m. Returning leaves Clinton at 7:00 a. m., and 10:00 p. m. Train No. 78 makes close connection at Weldon for all points North daily all rail via Richmoud. W- J. CRAIG, General Passenger Agent. J. B. KENBY, Gen'I. Manager. T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager. It Is a significant fact that with the ohenomenal Increase In the price of "o9!ns has come a marked decrease f mortality among local Chinese. The natives Jast simply cannot afford to die tt the preot undertaking rates, and that's all there is to It. Shanghai Times. FITSr-emiontiTnrl."a Bt or nrvos nwaffr flrt dsT aof Dr. Kttas's lrt Nerve Restorer. tStrtal tntile an4 treatlfr Dr.P.JI. Kuu. Ltd.. 931 Area St.. Phtlv. P. An electric railway is to he bux.t from j Home to Naples. It will h 130 mile Ion;, i and will coat over $19,090,000. j T)Uh Whlnr In "Winter. non'ekrrs nia rally dread dMi wab '.nz fa winter, owing to th fact that It chap the hand? and renders them bafd aid rou 2b. Mneb of the lajary, however, r alts from the u of impure eoap. If Irory Soap is ned ta wsyhlne d!be and the hands are earefnlly rinsed and dried, the? w il not oh-.p. Elfaxo IL PiaiER. The tipht-fitting P.ritih uniform ia al leged to be the cauae of mach heart d.a ease among aoMiera. Mr Wtaslow'a othIr?3ymr for ehfllrea teethlnir.aofteithe C'Jm. r.luce3 lnaana-ns-tioii.alUys paio,'Stiri -xln ? lti. 25?. abottlo Sinre the besnrnirsg of the war in Soitm liland about 18.000 ramtls have been used. Old Sifaa. Back? .f Chairs, etc., can tt J dyed With i'UTNAW VADELESS DIES. Fifty kinda of degrees are given by American colleges. Piso's Cure cannot be too highly spoken of as a cough cure. J. W. O'Bbiex, 322 Thir l Avenue, N, Minneapolis, Mina., Jan. G.ltOO. One person in every 575 in the United States is a physician. H. II. Gbeex'h Soss, of Atlanta, (ia., are the only successful Dropsy Specialists in th world. Seethoir liberal offer ln ndvcrtUo- i ment ln another column of this paper. Americana imported $23,412,776 worth ol precious stonea .ast year. Bennettsvllle, S. C, Special. The jury in the Henry Patrick case, for killing hl3 wife, after being out one hour and a half, brought in a verdict ! of guilty, with a recommendation to the mercy of the court, which place3 him in the penitentiary for life. Throughout the trial and reading of the verdict. Patrick exhibited no signs of remorse, excitement or nervousness. He told his two little children good bye in the afternoon, and they will make their hoie with their aunt in thens, Ga. T- ere are two other mur ier cases to be tried at this term of nourt. Another "Meanest Man Living." The meanest man living has been found in Maine. One of the mean man's friends died, and he hireu a fine bouquet of artificial flowers for the day of the funeral, going to the cem etery after dark to get them and carry them back to the owner. PmmM 1 Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells. if I It's not sentiment it's not the price that makes the most intelligent and successful shots shoot Winchester Factory Loaded Shotgun Shells. It's the results they give. It's their entire reliability, evenness of pattern and uniform shooting. Winchester "Leader" shells, load ed with smokeless powder, are the best loaded shells on the market. Winchester "Repeater" shells loaded with smokeless powder are cheap in jirice but not in quality. Try either of these brands end you will be well pleased. Be sure to get Winchester Factory Loaded shells. THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS SHOOT. CAPUDINE I n 49 It acU lmmrdiatelr 1. m 1 1 Wt yv fl Us effeota iu 10 Bm mtnatea. Ton don't INDIGESTION and lVZ AniniTV waek to know its good. It core nwiwi a a uisaDAGHEi ISO by mpnying the cause. 10 centa. sr, mmi UVERand BLOOD SYRUP Cures by remov injf tht cause. Hors s for German Army. A German military report, Just is sued at Berlin, says that the Grmar. ' army, in case of war, ' will require 583,000 horses. According to the latest census there were 4,921,000 horses in Germany at the end of the last year, and the report states that it would be difficult to secure all the necessary horses at the outbreak of a war. The authorities, therefore, recommend a large introduction of automobile cars, which, the report says, could be used to great advantage for the transportation of ammunition, food products, etc. WHAT SICK KIDNEYS CAUSE. Kidney Complaints. Dia betes, Bright'8 Disease, Inflam mation of the Kidneys, Dropsy (swelling of the limbs or body), incessant pains in the back or loins. Bladder Troubles. In flammation of the bladder, in flamed passages, pain in passing urine, incontinence of urine, too much or too little urine. Ukio Acid Troubles. Rheumatism, Gravel,- Gout, Gall Stones. Lumbago. . Nerve Troubles. Neural gia, Sciatica, Nervous Collapse, Sleeplessness, Melancholia, Many other disorders are caused directly or indirectly by faulty kidney action, and can be reached and cured by Doan's Kidney Pills. This remedy has cured every com- plaint recorded above, and over 50,000. testimonials prove its surprising merit. . 50 cents per box, of all deal ers, ' ot mailed on . receipt of price, by addressing Foster Milbura Co., Buffalo, N. Y. cull, disagreeable me. Justice of the Peace Barr of Cam den. N. Sad c-ne min S2J.40 for shooting a rob'n and another tnan ai equal amoant tor having the Ica! bird in his pofsessloa- CURE BLOOD POISON CANCER. ItUnf Bobh, SMfUftC PaiM, ItMa( kin, Plnple. XUtlas ftra. Etc If yoa have Tim plea or Offenaive Erp tioas, Splotches, or Coppar-Colomi Emp tiona, er ruh oa ! akin. Featering Smell ing, G lands Swollen, Ulcers oa any part of the body, old Sore, Boils, Caxbunclca, Paloa and Aches in Bones or Joints, Hair or Eyebrows falling out, persistent Sore Mouth, Gums or Throat, then you have Blood Poison. Take Botanic BlooJ Blm (B.B.B.) Sooa all Sores, Pins plea and Era? tiona will heal perfectly. Aches aai Valu cease. Swelling subside and a perfact. never to return cure made. B.B.B. carea Cancers of all kinds. Suppurating Swell ings, Eatia; Sores, Ugly Ulcers, after all ele fails, healing the sores perfectly. If you have a persistent pimple, wart, awollen glanda, shooting, etinging pains, take Blood Balm and they will disappear before they develop into Cancer. Druggists, $1 per large bottle, including complete directions for home cure. Sample free by writing Blood Bai.m Co., 35 Balm Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter. Ccrmany has but 2117 miles of electric rar lines. How old are you?" the school teacher asked the nor student. "Six years old," lisped the little one. "When were you six?" asked the teacher. "The day our hired girl came," said the little one, conclusively. Pittsburgh Dispatch. "I haT suffered with tlle for thirtytli years. One year ago last April I brim taking- CairaretS for constipation. In tbe ronrn of a week I noticed the piles bewail to disappear and at the end of sis j weeks inr uia not truabl me at all. Ca"rareta hare dona wonders forme. I era entirely en red and fl like a new man." George Kryder, Ivapoleoa. O. tWt'ill ,H . a 1 1 1 U:SSW Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. Do Hood. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe. lOe. SSc. Me. Kerer old In bnlk. The genuine tablet stamped COO. Guaranteed to cure or your money back. Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 593 ANNUAL SALE. TEN MILLION BOXES TYPEWRITERS ontiMi i Ptf I-ot wecond-ba- d Machine of all makea takn a part py for tha Oliver B jiaina for Qlck buyer. J. K. C1U lTO?i,ili nlotU. S. C. CURED ves lick Relief. Removes all swelling in 8 to 20 days; effects a permanent cure in 30 to 60 days. Trial treatment tt?!. given free. Kothingcan be tairer Write Dr. H. H. Gfean's Sons. SDPCiallata. Box n Atlanta. Ga. A n?g if cent Monument. A magnificent monument, symboliz ing the establishment of the Universal Postal Union, which now includes al most every country in the world, will be erected at Berne. Switzerland, where the head offices are located. Some time ago an international prize compe tition was announced, and it is now reported that altogether 122 designs have been submitted. Two German competitors and two French artists were awarded prizes of 3.000 francs each, but a final decision has not yet been taken. Best Tor j (M iif The Dowels XtjHK Candy cathartic ssjia, i urn .': E3 n h m. jar. iiriiiiKuQi r- ZZ , V- a a FIRST KIDNEY PILL MADE. THE ORIGINAL DISCOVERY. THE ONLY GENUINE "Wm. II. Neighbors, the well known ieweler of West Main Street, Wytheville, Va., says : "Some four years ago an attack of grip settled in my back, and I have suffered off and on ever since with a dull, heavy aching across the small of my back, always more severe in the morning. It was difficult for me to stoop pr straighten, and if I sat down for any length of time it v. as hard for roe to arise. I took two boxes of Doan's Kidnev Pilis. nl t!.a IT. B. McCarver of 201 Cherry Street, Portland, Ore gon, lnsc-ctor of frilght cars for the Transcontinental Com- Kidney. Pills for backache and other symptoms of kidney trouble which had annoyed me for months. I tLink a cold was responsible for the whole trouble. It seemed to settle in my kidneys. Doan s Kidr.ev Pills rooted it out. It is s.-vem'l months since I used them, and up to da!e there his Wn no recurrence of the trouble." icLias k-ft DOAN'S KlDNWpiLbs. 1 Fruit. Its quolitv influences the selling price. Profitable fruit growing insured enfy when enough actual Potash is in the fertilizer. Neither qvntiiy nor quMXy possible without Potash- Write lor rrvt r books K!pnniiTatin!tit ai the lt dyajK'ji-J.-- medicine erT male A h.iUdrrd tclHSoi. of tbrm have bri old In the L'citt' States la a h-i' year. Kvery lll3e arlaln from a disordered atomach relieved or cured by thtlr uc. S common Is It that dlsoaccs orltfnatt from the stomach It may he tnfvlj serted there Is no condition of ill health that will sot be bemflted ot cured by the occasional use of Ilipan Tabules. Physicians know them and speak highly of them. All dmscista sell them. The five-cent iackaRc l enoujrh for an ordinary occasion, aud the Family Bottle, nlxty crnts, contain a household supply for n year. On generally gives relief within tweut nlnutes. c CAPSICUM VASELINE (PCT UP I X CXLU41IBLE TL'BkS) AroVtItote for and superior to mui ardor any other pl.tr, ami will not Minrtiie mostdelira.te rkio. 1 he palQ-a!l itiCMLd carativeqaa,litirKnf Ui it article a rtuDlrr ful. Itwiil Btoptti- ltuthitr!.e at onte.ai.d relieve headache and Hri.ntu-a. e reeoro mend It as the and t-n.tr tt eiit-rual countr-lrritiinikiiowa.also aitaneitercal remedy for iains in the cLet andfU-irarh andallrheaTnatir.neuritlsTicarl poui rn: plaints. A tri -1 will prove w hat wrrlsim 1 or It, and It will he found to be Invnlual-J In the lon!ebold.M.nT people Tit UtLt betof all of your preparation.' Price t et at all dniiftrlfta or other dealers, or by Tsenditurthiaamount tQnin ptaetain e wui! "honld fame geom ISAWMILLS O'.ir latest Im proved Clrcu- BUniV If 111 I Ul.rHH.MllU. H with Hepe's I'nl verbal l.o Kt am.Ke-t llln- H Rear. Slni'.iltane'oin Sci ..rkt in.l Hie Hea-LjiOock-Kir'.ir arlaMt- Fcd Works are ui;ex- foeueJ xor ac: i racv. iupi.icitv. ii kahii 1TTAN1J EASE nFoPEaATToM. Write for full gjaescripiive circular. ;aimacturei i.y tue nefm-Sa em,S.C. II ORSE POWER HAY PRcSS Cheap aod rc labla. cotios PRess Forballnfot'onanl tt. Write fur prlo. s. It, 2U Henry Copsland, Cbittnooga, Teen. Mil I rri I '' Un t Ru:l . Wsila It C. I n I fc.1! 1 w m ivixi.-iLi uii.K llm.ll.ai tut u'-CbU Hill FkUCfeV Slue. RAW FURS Wanted orln.u January i.s Ojoe' ta iluamt. Xli.a, '.'."Vr"?1000''? ?" 1 V " 'i-t C ih prices 11.1. Write A.h.I uricbardt.Maln a J l. Clrcli.natLO $6 PAID for add renins; nrelorea; aend flirr.e and stamp fur fulllnstrti'-'J jn: steady work 8. C. Seyinoor & Ca, 6 Uest 2M bt, X. V. CCEES Ulkl Ail IKI ll.K Beat Cuugti eyru. 1 aetee UuoO. L'ae In time-. f;d t -frticirl -la. N-.Wi t f the liay. Scotland hps an area cf 19.OC2.482 acres, of which 4.U84.4CS acres arc un der cultivation. One hundred and twelve persons own one-half of the to tat area and eighteen persons own one fourth of it. It is reported that of the eighty or more beet and cane sugar factories of Spain, ail except two or three have just been merged in a Sugar Trust. The former finance minister, Lopez Puigcerver, has been elected chairman of the beard of directors. The beet sugar industry of Spain, although com paratively young, is already far more important than the cane Fiiar Indus try. The two together produce almost 100.000 metric tons annually, some of wmcn is exported. Mrs. George Wallace. Jr.. of Llmira X. Y.. ifc cf C.eorpo "Wallace, broker, of "est ttr btrcct. and livir at 6C7 Baldwin btreet sava- of kidney and Madder trouble by Doms Kidney Piils jit rhysidan said at that time that my I;fe could be wived ot,!T L:v operation. Ni-ht aft.-r JigU I lud been kep't awakl for hours at a time with tcr nble paia ny anJ secretions from the kidnev. SSL 1 8Uffered Tvi,!l rha-es frequently and was in k"f Tour tx.s of PyPHis cured ,4 and I now gbdly rcSndors;- :!9 racd7 tecaui durinL; J neyly yCve .ears, I have re.,; . VA UOUUiC. I ' Jmt .a- vv- .-'v - c ne wmsena yon siuuenymnii. in anirir 1 "honld be accepted by thepnhllcunleotb-1 famecarrle!otirlbl.aotherwlhit i ot I I genuine. CHESFBOL'Qrl WFO. CO . I 17 State Street. NeTT Vobk Citt. I Thai Portland (Mt ) Pres o,rv... jLn Interesting ero f la'crs:.- that the Acrlmltaral Irrtn:rr:t roses to test th aer!t f th American p'nt known as 'fj.t;..... re bandenum." for tajtr rnakir-c to r.no cnpatorlara tniy be to anewlf Ifnorant. but tte rstr jvi ashy. It ! rsib. hower.r. tli: nlant 1 dfotlned to beat the bt t.3 raise C!n Ith cine. SEABOARD Air Like Railway Ltecblt Dally Scnrlci. Utwm K(Y Tcrt, Itpi,ltluu. R?T Crleiti ud Fslits Scsli ni YesL IN KKfr.LT ArillL 12. bOUTUWatlX PaUly Ko. II Lt. yw Tort. T. B.B. 11 U pa Lt. Pbu4elrl. f tt pa Lv. lUtUsora. U( Lt. WaaLmartoa. W. S. By 7 0t (a Lv. Klctmc oi, tf.iwL.By 10 Ij a Lv. la)rbmrfc 1 II pa Laly IS a :xa 10M 3 1lm lt, IS M ( llUta I Oil la Lv. N-riU - 1 M Lt. Hendaraoft. 1 X2 Lv. Eaib. Maa Lt. botbra Hum " 00 aa Lt. Uaalt, " TUaa Lt. Columbia, " 10 00 aa Ar.tiatsu.aah. 130 pa Ar. JaeaawlU. ' to j a Ar. PU AauatlL Ar. Xaapa. a No. XJ No. i. NewTork.X.T.P.A N.tltiaa PblIaJHthla. - lOMaa 11)1, New l t,rt.Q.l.AUt 00 pa Lt. Lt. Lt. &altlaor,H H.P.C0. l.T. Lt. Lt. Lv. Lv Lt. Lt. Lt. Lt. Ar. Lt. Lt. Lt. Ar. Ar7 AIl Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar7 Waah'toa. S.AW.8.B. . l t Um 11 iaa lna IS ra iw'l Portamouia, a. A. L i05 pm urii .... 11 as .m Kaldoo. 11 i& tQB NwrUna Ueudorsos, haJclxb. rHuinrn Plaaa, Uamlc4( " 1 W aoa M 1UM Uaa M tOO aa 7 SO aa Wllnul&trton. Chariot to. - 10 Oftam 10 Of lt SAaca TsTaai 11 S3 pa SUaa ' atOta SCSaji litr, AI-SH.B, Atiauta, I SCO pa StOta Augua-a. C A W. C ft 10 pea Mon. C. of Ua. 7 J pa Mont m'ry.A.AW.I. 0 30 pa il -htle, L. 4 N 164 am New Orloaua.L. AN. 7 IS aa Nabvll.V. .A bt.I- iO urn SUfa Hemi Lla, S 45 pa ft il aa NOUTilWAHD Dally Iaj;y No. Si NV 14 Lv. Memphla.N.C.A Kt.L. llii ud OMpa Lt. Na,tbrill, k HQ 1 u S0aa Lt. New Orieaua.L. A 8 1ft pa ...... Lv. M.,bll, L.i.N 13 4U aa Lv.louton. ry.A.AW.P C 4S am lOOp Lv. Macon, Ct. of Ui ftoo" Lt. A.iRuata. O. A W. C. 10 10 aa Lv. Atiauta. I ArAtbe&a, Ar Greenwood, Ar. Ctitier. b.A.L. 12 00 noon 10 1 a 1 17 pn lliipa (IS pa ICiaa 7 17 pa IS aa Lv. CLarlotta. 7 2ft ra lil aa Lt. Wiiicliifrton, ft SO pia Lv. Uautlt, 10 80 pm 760 f 1 Lt. Houtbern Tinea, r 11 IK pa ft 4ft aa Lv. IlAleijfb, " 12ftaa lUSaa Lv. Uentlraoa. 2 68 am ISM pa Lt. Norllaa M 1 45 aa 1 IS pa Lr.WeHon, ft Oft am SCO a Ar. i'ortamouth, ' 8 00 aa ft tl .a Ar. Waah'ton.N.A W.S.11. I Lit Ar. Baltimore. li.H.r.Co. tSSOaa Ar.Xaw Yorlt,Q.D.a8.Co ft 00 pa Ar. I'faila'f hla, N.I.P.ANf ft 4 pm ft 10 aa Ar. New Yorli. " ft 1ft pm ft 00 aa Ko. S4 No. U Lv. Tampa. 8. A. L. By. ft 00 pm ftftOaa Lv. M. Aoitoatlue " ft 40 am ft 30 pa Lv. Jackaoovliia, b 45 am fftflja Lv. Bavancah M 115 pm ISlOaa Lv. Columtia, J M 6 ftft pm ft SO aa lv. Ilarzdet, " 10 0pa fttftaa Lv. Kouthern Plaaa, " 11 18 pm 1 45 aa Lv. ItalHgh, 125 am llftOaa Lv. lleijderi'on, " 2 68 am 1 10 pa Lv. Not lira ft 40 am 1 U pa Lv.ftteraburji " S49aa 4 09 pa Av. Kichmcnd, c 50 am 4 tt pa Ar. U ahlKton, W.8.By.lO 10 am ft 86 pm Ar. Baltimore. P U.K. 11 6am llitt Ar. 1 LliadelpLla, - 1 6 pm 2 64 aa ar. New York. M 4 15 pa CftOaa Notn. t lHy. aicept Fnnday. tOt.fal Tioia. f Eaatro Time li-f j TlckatJ on svle to all polnti. Pull Cft.an birth. Becerred svnd reaerrir lions made on outgoing gteamen from Norfolk. .BajTsTffe ehecttd from hotel and reeideneee without eztrm charge. Call at the Up-town Ticket Office Yarborouih House Building C. II Gattis C T. and P. A Ball, &alih and InUrstaU Phonea 117. H 8 LEA KD, T. P. JL, Ralh B. E. L, fiUNCH. Genl Pa. Agent Pcrtmouth. V JJLB. U. BARB Lit Vlce-Preeldant and General Manager ATLANTIC AHD II. C. R.R. CO. TimaTabUKo. 28, to taka t5et dnndaj. Xoreaaber 9tb. 1902. at 7;05 a. m.. HtaUrn titandard Tuna. Ba- peraedM Time TabU No. 27, of Juot 8, 1902. 1 Pa-, paaa. Dny Dly ITATIOSa lata lata 4 ft Paaa. Paaa. Dly my late. late. 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