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PUBLISHED EVKKY THURSDAY BY TIIK CALCAMAN I'L H. (O. KCllSCItll'TION KATKH One Year -IIb MonU Twelve Moelb I .OO Ho 1'. WAS IT AN OVERSIGHT? The Ian' !iKilature appointed ex- tra County Coumii-.iowfcrH (demo cratic) for Hampton County rx-au-tf; the Jiepublican ex Hheriff of that County was short ,ln bis aciountH. A correspondent of Che Clinton News Dispatch call attention to the fact that thi.i same ex-bheriff was a deacon in a Clinton church, and wonder why the legislature did not appoint extra deacons for that church. The correspondent nays in part : Some people may wonder why the last legislature did not appoint additional deacon for said church Very likely the matter was not brought up in the secret midnight caucuH in which additional Commis sioners were appointed for Sampson County." It has been our intention for gome time to enlarge The Caucasian, ho as to give our readers more newa and our advertisers better position for their advertisements. It is our plan now to make a change before nnr noYf imio if toHsible. We have bought The Raleigh En-1 terprise, edited by Mr. J. L.. Ramsey, and will consolidate it with our paper. This will add one thousand new subscribers to our list. 4,Zeke Rilkins," the intereting correspon dent of Tho Enterprise, has been engaged to write his humorous let ters for Tho Caucasian each week for one year. Bilkins' letters alone are worth the subscription price of the paper. About the middle of March we sent out statements to many of our subscribers who were in arrears on subscription. Whilo we have heard from many in a substantial way, there are over five hundred from whom we have received no reply. Please look up that statement and let us hear from you. If you want the paper contiuued but can't pay now, just say so and we will con tinue the paper. We trust The Caucasian is a welcome visitor to the home of each and every one of our subscribers, but if it isn't andjcan8as none of them are running you want the paper stopped just say so, but please don't be so cruel as to ask U3 to stop the paper without paying us what you are due on back subscription. The prohibition election to be held May 26th will cost the taxpayers of this State 5170,000. Many cf the voters are wondering why the demo crats did not call this election at the same time set for the general election this fall and thereby save the tax payers $170,000 the cost of holding the extra election. And the voters we have heard ask this question are not enemies to prohibition, either. Many people think the democratic politicians wanted the question set tled one way or the other before they hold their Convention In June, so they will know whether to de nounce the whiskey traffic or declare for local option . The Wilmington Messenger says that Messrs. H. A. London and B F. Aycock are the only two candi dates for the democratic nomination for Corporation Commissioner. Mr L. C. Bagwell, of Raleigh, was first in the race and is still running, and there will doubtless be other candi dates before the State Convention is pulled off at Charlotte. In fact we never know how many patriot there are in our fair State until the candidates begin to spring up during the campaign season. When Governor John Johnson, of Minnesota, was spoken of as a can date for the Democratic nomination for the presidency he announced that he would not make the race. Some of the papers who dislike Bryan continued to boost Johnson and have worked up some Johnson sentiment, and now Mr. Johnson says he would accept the nomina tion. It is safe to wager that Mr. A. Bryan will not advocate. Mr. John son's nomination. I Have you thought of bow many white boy will be diifranchied after thin year ? Do you remember that the politicians, who are repon. nible for the disfranchisement of tbe loor white boy, told the voters In IfeOO that not a single white man hnuld dUfranchlied ? Some of them Bwore, others aitde affidavits that no white boy would be dis franchised, while others said thev would Buffer the!r right arm to be cut off if a single white man was d infra nchlsed. Well, some of thin warn rrntt il are trvinz to fool the voter again thia year. Governor Glenn charge tbe rail road 4 with a breach of faith. While the road will Bell mileage ooks a two cents p r mile they require pas 4tTiTOT hfil.linir riilleiire books to ftw - 0 r present them at ticket office and ge tickets for them Instead of using tbe mileage on the train. The Governor nays If he had known this was their intention be would not have agreed to the compromise. If any of our reader have not paid their poll tax they should do o before the first day of May or they will not be allowed to vote in anv nf th fiction this year. If you have paid your poll tax see that your neighbor has paid hia. He will want to vote this fall, but he may neglect to pay his poll tax. Missrs. Holt and Brooks, two of the candidates for the democratic nomination for Congress from the Fifth district, met in Greensboro a few days ago in joint debate. What Ithfivtoldon each other was even worse than the Republicans knew Mr. Holt charged Solicitor Brooks with corruption in office. Maj. II. A. London, of Pittsboro is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Corporation Com mis eioner. Mr. London was a Confed era te soldier, but judging by the past that will not help him get the democratic nomination. Rflvpral nf tho Democratic State officials, it not au oi mem, i xu ning for a third term, and for some reason the democratic press has got ten very.quiet on the "third 4erm" business. They used to say that there should be rotation in office. 'The way candidates for the same office are fighting and saying things about each other is mean. And the voters are taking account of these things." Greenville Reflector, dem ocratic. Now who is mean ? Certainly y0ll are not talking about Republi- for office at this time. Many are wondering if the rail roads will contribute to the Demo cratic campaign fund again this year. Wt should think it would depend largely upon the personnel of the democratic ticket. Just to see how it would read at this stage of tho game the News and Observer might reproduce the article they published a few years ago prais ing "Old Nick Williams' " whiskey. Maxine Elliott advocates wearing clothes to match the hair. The Wil mington Star objects to this style out of sympathy for the baldheads. The Democrats say that State Rights will be an issue in the cam paign this year. Why not County Rights also ? As yet Mr. Justice has faile ! to find an office worthy of his efl. t. For that reason he may have to re fuse to run for anything this year. The Simmons-Aycock-Craig "Com bine" is the latest model of machine democracy in this State. All rights are reserved . If the railroads support any caff didate for Governor thi3 year it will be Craig and the railroads usually support some candidate. Traveling men who make a prac tice of using'mileage books are com plaining about the new system which will go ihto effect April 1. After that date persons holding these books will be required to take them to the ticket office, where the agent will issue a ticket in exchange for coupons for as many miles as the proposed trip will include , The traveling men say that such a ruling is ah outrage, and it is said that T. P. A. will take the matter up with a view of having the order rescin ded. Wilmington Star. FROM OUR UCHAACCS. Same Squib cf Interest W H Cathcrcd With Our Paatcpot and Shears. BomelKxJy should tell Japan that the man who goe aronDd coutlnu- ally looking for trouble usually finds It. Durham Herald. It U mighty sorry wjrt of politics that will caue a nun to intimate that another crook ed when be does not believe it to bo true Durham Herald. People were eurprid when you married the widow, were they not?" I don't know; I was so eurprl-ed myM'lf that I didu't take notice." Houston I'Oat. In a cemetery at Middle bury, Vt , I a Htone erected by a widow to her ovlng husband, bearing thi in- cription: "Ket in peace until we meat again." Several Counties in the State have endorsed Hon. A. A. Whlteuer, of! Hickory, a the Republican nominee for Governor. Mr. W hitener is one of the brainiest men in the Kepubli can party, and, we believe, wouia make a irood Governor. Davie He- cord. Why was it that the legislature did not give us prohibition by legis lative enactment ? That's the way we got four extra County Commis- sioners in our uounty. inars me way we got our County Superinten dent of Schools. Clinton News Dis patch. Mr. Israel Miller, of Cowlee, told us today that his neighbor, Arthur Sizemore, uncovered a nest contain ing 73 young turtles yesterday,while plowing a potato patch. They were in the ground and were about 25 steps from a branch Next ! Wilkes Patriot. Governor Johnson, of Minnesota, says he would not accept the demo cratic nomination for the presidency if it was offered him. Of coarse not, there would be no sense in re signing the office Qf governor, just to be an also ran. Clinton News Dispatch. The democratic members of Con gress claim credit for all the good legislation but are willing to give the ReDublicans. who are in the majority, credit for til the bad. This is very kind of our friends the democrats to give us credit for something. We waut to have credit for something even though it is bad. The North State. A country newspaper threatened to publish the name of a young man who was seen with his sweetheart's head on his shoulder if he didn't come across with a dollar in sub scription Thhty-seven young men slipped in and paid tor the paper and letters were received from others saying they would subscribe just as soon as they "sold a little cotton." Ex. it Many people have inquired why it became necessary within the past four years for North Carolina to have an assistant Attoney General. It does not appear that the work re quired of the Attorney General's office is so great that the services of two lawyers is demanded to look after it, for the assistant Attorney General seems to be doing all the work. Can some one, who knows, give us any light on the subject? The North State. Mayor A. H. Boyden, of Salis burv. who will manage the anti- wf r prohibition campaign in this State, is the Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committe of Rowan County. His democracy cannot, be assailed. There are as sound Demo crats on one side of the question as there are on the other. Winning ton Messenger. The above is a clincher. Demo crats on both aides are trying to make a political football out of their own prohibition measure: For once the Republicans cut no figure nor do they so desire. They will vote for the question as their conscience dic tates, quietly and without any "fuss and feathers." Union Republican. "The Voting Fraud." Hickory Mercury. Some want primaries to nominate candidates . That would be alright if the convention manipulators did not so manipulate the primaries. It is no more satisfactory than tbe open convention, except in the pri maries, the bosses can do the con trolling without it being found out. They stuff ballot boxes if it is neces sary to carry their point . Not only that, but .they vote men of other parties, The voters will vote for men in the primary according to the ticket handed them . Some of -the biggest frauds ever heard of were perpetrated in the primary system . Colonel J. S. Carr got a dose of primary the time he ran for United States Senate. It is a voting fraud. .STATE SEWS. SUniy County BpoblkM tbeir convention U-t Satunuy ana elected delates to State and Coo- gresdooal convention and nomina ted candidate for tbe various county officers. John Trlplett, a Kveoteeo-year-oid boy. of Hickory, committed Mi.'cide Thursday afternoon by shoot ing himself In the breast with ft hot gun. No reason baa been given for the boy's rah act. Just a a cesrro named Judd was preparing to render an oration at Chestnut church, Lee county, I riday night, Joe Thomas, another negro shot him dead with s pistol. The church vu crowded with colored folks and the hhooting caused a sen sation. Immediately after the shooting Thomas took to the woods ; tbe ne groerf at tbe church raised $100 that night for his capture. Of Interest to Republicans. Mb. Editor: Many Republicans in North Carolina who do not know would like to hear when the first Republican meeting in our State was held. Hence I ask you to pnblisn thi-, and to aid me in finding the proceedings of that meelng, or one who with me was present on tba occasion in lbC6, thirty-eight years ego- A few of us, twenty-five or thirty assembled in Raleigh in the then Raleigh Standard office, ft paper edited and published by the late W. W. Holden. These men were from various sections of the State, met for the purpose of organizing and giving life to the party in North Carolina. I was present from this County, Chatham, being the only one from the County. I can now remember only two others, to-wit : the late W. W. Holden and the late Judge Thomas Settle, though the late Judge W. B. Rodman, .who I knew in tbe Constitutional Conven tion of 1868, may have been there. We met there voluntarily determ ined to do that which we did. We passed some resolutions which wereJ published in pamphlet form and then sent throughout the State. I had two of them, which I have lost or mislaid. It is possible that some of your readers can locate one of these pamphlets : if so let them send it to you, the editor of the Union Republican, the Asheville Register, the State Republican at North Wiikesboro, or to me. Then and there, Mr. Editor, the Republican party was born in North Carolina. Then it was small, but like magic It grew and spread over the "Old North 8tate," and was soon a giant of no ordinary proportions W. T. GUNTER. Throwing Stones. " Union Republican. The Republicans are resting easy these spring days for the reason that the Democrats are having family troubles of their own which makes things lively in that political house hold and quite amusing to the casual looker-on. The Madison Herald, edited by C. O. McMichael and the Mocksville Courier, edited by Mr. W. K. Clement, are among those who have stirred the water until they are real muddy by saying in substance that Hon. Locke Craig, one of the Democratic candidates for Governor, is backed by the Southern Railway, the American Tobacco Co., and other interests calling them selves Conservative, which elicits a card from Mr. Craig who denounces these statements as "infamous slan ders, uttered and published with the design to do me the greatest wrong that can be done to a man who values his integrity or character." The editors of the above papers re ferred to evidently favor Mr. Kitchin, who is presumably a "radical" Democrat, of the trust busting stamp, and it is hardly probable that they will do much shouting for Mr. Ashley Home, who, by the way, has opened up qaarters in Charlotte and is also gun ning for gubernatorial honors. It is already pretty certain that if either Mr. Craig or Mr. Kitchin will be nominated by the Democrats as their candidate-for governor some folks will have to "take water" and op pose by word and pen the nominee of their party or keep mum. The Republicans have no preference and had just as soon defeat Mr. Kitchin as Mr. Craig or vice versa. Some Tobacco Figures. Mr. z. T. Bynum, supervisor of sales, reports that from September 1st, 1907, to March 22, 1908, 14,- ydz,b2b pounds of leaf tobacco were sold on the Winston market, and Mr. Bynum calculates that during the entire tobacco year fully 17,- uuu,uuo pounds will be sold, and an average of between 10 cents and 11 cents will be received, being quite a gam in quantity and price over the preceding year. Union Repub lican. National Wealth. The wealth of the United States is $116,000,000,600; Great Britain and Ireland, $62,000,000 : Germany. $42,800,000,000; Russia, $35,000, 000,000 ; Italy, $13,000,000 ; France, $42,800,000,000 ; Austria-Hanearv. $20,000,000,000. Every voter should pay his poll tax fbr 1907 before the first day of May. RCNOUHCCS OtIIOCtUCV. I ... i Mr. J. 9. I'at, of Mdrui, M.C.Joi.R.p-bUc.Farty..R..!WrlDt," Iber, U . lacuna " that got to bow that wot even th Charle French Toms ll Hendfr- aonvllle, N. C. j put out altogether tbe fires of friend- Mr Dear Sir : 1 desire to ddmt,h'1r,J t. r.. on mrhen this IMter to you for tbe jmrpow of announcing to tbe world. If need rs ! hall have forever announce mj . allegiance to the Democratic party. Shoulder to shoulder 1 have stood with tbo leaders and fought IU bat- tie from one election to ftooiner, always true to Us princlplea, which has been evidenced by my vote, ft every man in mis cwumuunj knows. For i long time past I have tu- plcioned that Demooracy could re Improved upon and that something was radically wrong with the prty, but I, like many other good men, voted the tickei under the promises from the "leaders" that things would Improve, ftnd I have pa tiently waited, hoping for that bet ter day, which hope has never been fulfilled. After much thought and delibera tion 1 have come to the conclusion, l irtrf.lv from the oresent state of affairs, the unfulfilled promises and the high character of government erven us by the Republican party, that I would be doing an Injustice to myself and the country at large if I ever cast another Democratic vote. Although our County Is strongly ReDublican. we have a Democratic Board of Commissioners in Hender sonville who, in my opinion, have passed laws calculated to do great damage to our town. With an ex tensive system of water meters, in creased salaries of officers, solid cement sidewalks to be put down by the property owners, many of whom are widows, and ft general disregard for the rights of the people, I cannot consistently endorse Democratic ad ministration in Hendersonvllle. It looks to me like the Democracic party in North Carolina seems to be determined to wreck the State. Its legislature which recentty convened in special session, at a great expense passed laws, whose drastic influences will be felt for a quarter of a cen tury to come, wrecking the Indus trial interest of the State, and plunging us into a chaos of litiga tion. I can see no future for either town or State under this increased burden of taxation, and I for one desire to serve notice that I will never stain my hands with another Democratic ballot. I believe in the enforcement of the law that every man should stand equally before the law but I believe that the Democratic party has failed to find out this fact, or has failed to carry it into effect. I have been chief of police more than once, and I have enjoyed the confidence of the .Democratic party, but I cannot see why, when a man conscientiously believes that it is right for him to abandon a sinking ship, it is not proper for him to do so. Your party has given us good government, and I shall in the fu ture cast my lot with it. I beg to remain, Yours very truly, J. P. ISRAEL. Henderson ville, N. C, March 18, 1908. Craig and the Railroads. From the Around-Town column of the Asheville Gazette-News we glean the following : "Charles A. Webb, local counsel of the Southern Railway Company, has tendered his resignation to take effect April 1." It must have struck some people as rather remarkable, this partial concealment, by reason of the mod est maner In which it was handled, of a scoop of easily State wide im portance. It is understood in some quarters that the Craig gubernatorial boom has been personally conducted by Mr. Webb, whose connection with the Southern has frequently risen up to plague the boomers. The Kitchinites have directed the finger of suspicion at Mr. Webb, and have charged that the Asheville lawyer was using hs Southern railway pass to go about over the land, In order to keep the Craig boom properly In flated. The friends of the Ashe ville candidate have, of course, been prompt to deny that that the South ern is at all interested in Mr. Craig, or his immediate and most active sup porters, Dut there has always been this connection of Mr. Webb with the road, which has produced talkJ8toP He examined himself all over heace the resignation. And the Craig folk doubtless feel that they have nailed another Kitchin argu- ment- Industrial News. Reduced Price of Lumber. xu conversation with saw mill men it is learned that the prices of lumDer are now $2 to $5 per thousand lower than they were last year, and lower man rive years pasi. i is remarked that this is the very best tline to do building aa next year the odds are ten to one that there will bo a big advance in prices. The lumber men sav ih do not look for any great business this year. Raleigh Item. Dishcloths are quickly made Tra and sweet by boiling in clean water wun a good lump of soda added. - Towchlftg Iici4it of the C1H Wf. In General Morri Schafl rrcrnl J t i.Tk. -f J Hit ifBiiuTuvi", mv ym, . lwcen Xbe jfcrth and tbe South could D lUmmuu of North Carolina, to fu Iq lbe CoofMerate wrvice. lib . . , . mnnectloo ft with Wt' Point, wbero be baa M 4h been enrolled a a cadet. When, In tbe darkness, ftfler tbe Utile of Cwlar Crwk. the Unlou cavalry charged tbe broken and tWIn ir remnants of ft division of Etrly's cor pis Oen. Cuter, who was in t he midst, heard one of his troopers who had seized the horc, aked the driver whom be had in his ambu lance. "Do not tell him." commaudea ft weak, husky voice. w - Whereupon Custer, who recog nized the voice as one he had so often heard at West Point, exclaimed: "Is that you, Ramseur?" Custer hau him taken to Hheri dan's headquarters, where bis old friends, Merritt, Custer md the gal lant Pennington, gathered round him and showed him every tender- nees to the last. He died about ten o'clock the next day. Youth's Companion. Moonshine Outfit Destroyed In Rock ingham County. Winston-Salem, March 28 Field officers W. W. Uarkins and B. B. Atkins,with the assistance of Deputy Marshal S. K. Harkrader, made ft raid near Price, Rockingham county, yes terday, and destroyed a moonshine distillery. It was a 250 gallon cop per still. The owner escaped arrest. The officers failed to find any 'goods' except a little beer. Postal Order is Modified About Papers and Magazines. Charlotte. N. C. March 28 The Observer of yesteiday had the fol lowing special from Washington : "Tbe Postoflice Department has again mod fled its recent order in re gard to lapsed subscriptions and will permit newspaper and magazine pub Ushers to continue to send their publications to subscribers whose subscriptions have expired, provided the subscriber requests that it be done. The new amendment was made known this afternoon to Rep resentative Clark, of Florida, who called at the department with Col. T. J. Appleyard, editor of the Lake City, Fla., Index and Secretary of the Florida Press Association. Native Africans Enter Livingstone College. Salisbury, March 20. Two native African boys, in charge of the Rev. rranx Armur, a native mission worker on the west coast of Africa. arrived in Salisbury yesterday to take a special course of instruction In Livingstone College, located at this place. Arthur was himself a graduate of Livingstone in 1003, ana came to America to attend the General Conference of the A. M. E Zion Church at Philadelphia, May G. Mother and Her Daughter n Flames Winston Salem, Mirch 30. Mrs. M. D. Smith and her seventeen year oia daughter, Miss Moille, members of a prominent family, were horri biy burned at tbeir home last night by the explosion of a hanging lamp in the parlor. The daughter is not expected to recover . Firebug is Busy in Newbern. Newbern, March 30. Three stores belonging to John Hanff, occupied by Lokey's bicycle repair outfit, and two green restaurants were destroyed by nre at 3 o'clock this morning. oircu instances connected with the fire indicate incendiarism. There was no insurance on the building. For United States Courts at Goldsboro Washington, March 28. Terms of the United States District and Circuit Courts at Goldsboro are pro vided for in a bill introduced today oy .representative Thomas. The Way of a Man A man and his wife were riding on excursion train that suddenly be came derailed. Crash, bang It went, and then bump, bang, bump, down a steep hill. The man howled with terror bat tbe car soon came to a' 1 carefaIly and found that he was qaite unhrmed. Then he thought in the 8ame breath of damages and of his wife. "Are you hurt at all, old girl ? he asked. - "No, thank heaven I" the woman answered. "Then Raid iham.n "I tell you what. Let me black your eye, and we will soak the com pany for damages ! It won't hurt you much. I'll just give you one good punch." Railroad Journal. Sinful Waste. Farmer Barnes "I've hnno-Kf barometer, Hannah ; ter tell when It's goin' ter rain, ye know ! a Jars, tfarnes "To tell vhon ui goin' ter rain, ye knowf Why, I never heerd o' such extravagance I What do ye s'DOse th wwi t i nez given ye th' rhenmaH Puck. DETTEn TlWll SPAHK1KQ. far this rrecbl. Mn. M. Sorn-t-- j V, Jotr Pass, la- J f : cscbT fcrr raccrataJ bcif trtatn , fsU istracti SsJ bo r.?---. i., srritft bef to&ij 15 ycer chiklrta tr; . f 13 tla way. wcai ics ct rftBMi art it caa't balp It. Tti u?, a cert ftialti aaJ atd rT: tr: Fortunate Kscj. Come, tbe drink e t:. "Wbftt's npT" "Sw that tV man over there with thtwc u ( Sure.' "Ten yen ago h. : to marry me." Boston lu. r CooJ Reading Matter. Don't you want some gtl r matter? If you do and : : it cheap send us f 1 ,25 for subscription to The Cai i a-i -r v "Mothers Magazine," "' inenU", and Drwumaklni: t : The price of each of ttu - zlnes is oO cents ft year or i , the three and tbe price of T calan Is $1 ,00 ft year, but I ing from us now you can . paper and the three uia'a" one year for only $ 1 . 25 . I r not wittefled youi tnnm-v u returned. Send us your Knj Demonstrated. "Young man, don't yu that it is better to be alotu u bad company ?" "Yes, sir. Goodby, tir !" ... delphia Inquirer. PLENTY" OF TROL'HI K is caused by stagnation of th - ivtr it: tin and bowels. To get rid t it headache and biliou:net at I poison tnai brings jaunuuv, m Dr. King's New Life Pill, th, n liable purifiers that do tin u.,rt without grinding or griping ." at all druggists. Heupeck Johnson ha-j -ii.l tt,. silent army. Henderson Dead ?" Hen peck No, married. lilu trated Bits. ir tbe Ilabr Is Cnttloc 1 tli Be sure and use that old anl un titled remedy, Miw. Winhju. Soothing Svbup, for chihlw teething. It soothes the chiM, ten8 the Kum8 ai,ay8 a11 PaIn lur" wind col,Ic and is the bt?Ht r '" ' Ior diarrhoea. Twenty-live ircl-i bottle. Guaranteed under the Foof : Drugs Act, June 30tb, 190:. .Sen Numeer 1098. "What did you think of that I gave you yesterday ?" "Not much. It cost me $1." "How so?" "Well, it gave my wife tho Mi that the gas was leaking seiiM'wb and she sent for a plumber. (,'lev land Herald. r IIE GOT WHAT HE NEKDKL I "Nine years ago it lookol my time bad come," says Mr. C Farthing, of Mill Creek, Iud.T "I was bo run down that life hu on a very slender thread. It i then my druggist recommends Electric Bitters. I bought a IkAU and I got what I needed strenga I had one foot in the grave, If Electric Bitters put it back on th turf again, and I've been well ev2 since." Sold under guarantee atu druggists. 60c. At the Theatre. Mr. Stubbs Yes, Maria, twtt:; years is supposed to have tlaps between the third and fourth a Mr8. Stubbs Do tell ! Thf-n V. must certainly stay. Mr. Stubbs Are you interest in the play ?" Mrs. Stubbs Yes, I want to the change in the style of hat t heroine wears. Chicago New. DEATH WAS ON HIS IIEEIi Jesse P. MorrIs,of Skippers, Vi had a close call In the spring of 1W He says: "An attack ofpneuwo left me so weak and with suet' fearful cough thftt my friends clared consumption had r;ie, & death was on my heels. Then I ft per8Uaded to trv Dr. Kind's Discovery. It helped me Uuia& ateiy, and after takincr two and half bottles I was a well man ag I found out that New Discoverj the best remedy for coucbs and Irf disease in all the world." Hold & der guarantee at all drueei-sts. 5 and $1.00. Trial bottle free. When Deelincr nninna. hi'zin M the root end and peel uoward, the onion will scarcely affect jo eyes at all. A TWENTY-YEAR SENTi: "I have just completed a twee? year health sentence, imposed W Kucklen's Arnica Salve, which car me of bleeding piles just twe years ago," writes O. S. Wooie of LeRaysville, N. Y. Bucklec Arnica Salve, heals the worst tx burns, wounds and cuts in the eft ets time. 25c at all druggists.