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Shattered Nerves and Wc&h Heart. Too Nervous to Sleep or R.est. Dr.Miles' Moarl Cwtr? And 1 Nervine Cured Me. I A tr r#?rl ncrvmit iu r>?>* rUr klu/iva 1 leads to some affection J th* haart, osdccially where the patient's Uoutt ui weak frem hereditary or other c.v'uos. Dr. Moles' Heart Cure is not only a great heart regulator, hut it is a blood tonic which speedily corrects arid regulates the heart's action, enriches the Wood aud improves the circulation^ It will build you op lust as U did Mr. Crawford whose letter follows, and greatly improve your general health: "I have keen so greatly tx\uotiUxl by Dr. Miles' Nervine and Heart Cure that I treely recommend them as the beat remedies for the diseases they axe recommended to cure. When 1 began talcing these medicines I weighed scarcely 140 poundv oiy nerves were badly shattered and ray heart troubled use a great deal. I had pern in uij left arm and shoulder, bad difBaolty in sleeping cn my left side, had freouent smothering spells and my heart would and palpitate. I could cut scarcely any kind oftPed without suffering great distress, and was so restless and nervous t! at I slept little uight or day. Now 1 am never boiheaed with my heart, my nerves are steady as a die, I sleep well, eat well and weigh 163 pounds I amTiappr now and am trying to majto hack the money I spent for doctors whp did me no good while 1 was ilL"?T. R. Cuawrosuo, Center, Texas. kU druggists sell aud guarantee first bottle Dr. Miles' Remedjea. Send for free book on Nervous and Heart I hseuses. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, hid. THE A KM Y OF LA \Y Y1A K ERS. In a Couple of Weeka (he Capitol Will b? Alive. , Special to Tbe State. Washington, Nov. 14.?Two ( more weeks and the capitol will i be alive with congressional folk. ( The advance guard has begun to jP putin its appearance now that!, I the elections are over and by the ^ 1 and of the month many of the t senators and representatives will ' have established themselves and ' their families at the national capitol for the winter. There i will he fewer congressional families hero this winter than lust be j cause of the short session which only lasts until March. Senator Tillman and his family I are expected here early n?xt, month and it is understood will' occupy tin same residence as last I winter. The senator leased last BPKf-irn n conformable nn<J nt tractive home out in the noithwen', conveniently uenr im- capi- i tol p?r lilies but beyond the' crftH 1? ! portion of the cif\ a r. ovk-rli i the /. >oU - *r heir wealth If an' l! r . The j r ncratnr from lea (\?) HI ] M r? ' ivli fjt' , ivo b< on i ' h : N' r I tr tui'-e f c o voral ^e.^oin p'^' :i > r r,' . the:-. . ' know 'irit this v\ u. be ti<e . ? > r Oiei / Inter, so to *p->a!f. of t''.r> ' colonel hi Washington it. i profum v I thay will return to '.? NfiPf'-ir 1' <> f/\i* ft.o PiM.iii" sion. Ir in interesting to note that! three of the South Carolina dole j gatio.i -v?i<? have been in the ( Iioihh for 10 vnars will all retire from that body this term, Repre-1 aenfativo La timer succeed)nt Senator McLaarin in the senate! an 1 Urepresentatives Klliott ami , Talbert returning to private life. Tin- TT' s? Pri-Kcrlptlon forMnl srt? chit's k if nr is a bottle of Or.v.v'* Tj|?ten,.->* ' hill 'Ionic. It n aim, v ir-n) and quinine in a.fa*t'"le?s form ^ u Cli/c, li0 ?"t j . L'i'iOb ?/U old. Woman Rescued From Brink of Niagara. Buffalo, Nov. 13.?Mrs. Helen ostello of Buffalo wag readied from the brink of the American [alia today by employes of the reservation. This afternoon word was received at the reservation office that a woman had attemptsd to commit suicide and was (loafing down the stream toward the falls. Superintendent Perry secured a quantity of rope and hurriec to the bridge which connects Green island with Goat island. The woman was seen clinging to a submerged log at a point a few feet below the bridge. A noose was fitted about [he body of John Marshall, a reservation employe, and he was owered into the 'rushing waters. He succeeded in reaching the woman's side and placed a rope ibout her waist. The two were hen slowly hauled to the stone ibutment of the bridge. A ladier was lowered and the woman was landed safely. Mrs. Costello s very weak from exposure, but ;he hospital physicians say she will recover. Domestic troubles caused the woman to seek death. lumped on a Tru Peniif The little daughter of Mr. J. N. L'owell jumped on an inverted *ake made of ten pennv nails,and hrust one nail entirely through lar foot and a second ob? half way through. Chamberlain'sPaia Halm was promptly applied and lve minutes later the pain had li?appeared and no more sufTerng was experienced. In three lays the child was wearing her ihoe as usual and with sbaoln tely to discomfort. Mr I'owell is a wellknown merchant ofForkland Va. Pain Halm is an antiseptic md heals purh injuries without naturation and in ono-third the ime required hv the usual treatnent. Kor sale by.I.F.Mackey&Co To Exchs At the Wc arc now taking ^ f ' \ T r n , 4 i . \ i p<i i ;i i.(l l I Un> l< ? I > * I \ 1 * , * f ; ^ v ' ' M ? I i I t i 1 %/ . I f "t i K ? . ^ f loO iL i c< 'ifiii --.T. 1 a ?>'..i i >o11i j(,s, .in<i ins i m<!!" !. ! 'r,f c.'.ttle ft ! ,500 lbs. Hulls ec 300 " Meal ; v^' J. Ks k J . 1 1 So therefore wc tuv r> tor proportion, more easily digested than near 2 pounds of fooc This to wagons a Kershav r Invented Steam Engine. ;. Gastouia Gazette. "J. A. Jenkins has received notice from the Commissioner of Inventions that a patent has been granted for his rotary engine, of which an acconrf w? given some tim? pco, in The Now*. Mr. Jenkins is in partner ship with his father in luw, J. F. Ford, in receiving the patent. They awueived no^ico Tuesday. "Thc?e are mmy advantages in a rotary engine over the re ciprooating engine. Mr. Jenkins' patent is the only one that has what is known as expansion in creating power. There is no back motion, no dead motion. It takes less steam to ran it than it does the old reciprocating I motion cylinder, or a turbine leucine. Anv encin? r>an made on this plan. The rotary eugino is neat and takes up very little space. There is less danger than la a cylinder. "Hundreds of efforts have been made to invent one that will take the place of the reciprocating engine. "Mr. Jenkins has his model at Bessemer and it runs well. Messrs. Jenkins and Ford do not know what they will do with the patent, but will offer it for sale, and have already had offers." Ma 4*nk ins is a brother of Mr. W. L. Jenkins, book-keeper for the Ed. Mellon Company, of this eit/.?Charlotte Observer. liS?li lt> Thirt<>?n By sending 13 miles Wni. Spirey. of Walton Furnace, Vt., got a Wox of Rucklen's Arnica Salve, that wholly cured a horrible Fe var Sore ou his leg. Nothing else c< old Positively cures Bruises, Felons, Ulcers and Eruptions, Boils, Burns, Corns and Piles. Only 25c. Guaranteed by Prawford Bros, and J.F. Mackey & Co., druggists fe flk "tk ff Y Sb tv \2a BS inge Seed Oil Mill. Sec<l in exchange for i!l a < U ii v? iv<1 when < >. j ) r 11 i t i J*i i \l * t I :.UL } , K.\ X y.r\J K"? ?>< - f' f "! s '-lv* 1 it cents a seek ot I 1 1 . ? / t I HI 11S . 11 2 1 / j cents ?i :edin<.;" purposes we give jUul I ? -300 1 OS. h>0 0cl 150 44 ood tor lbs. seed. c a cattle food of betnourishing and more cotton seed, and give 1 for r pound of seed. t the mill only. ,/ Oil Mill | 4 4 ' : r*9 1 ?v' FOR HARNESS ment at oooe, uud you will be a?tuuii vi-9^. *t- lL? 2 ? _ flU S IUIM? ^ You can burn yo Powder, etc., or with Steam or h only one proper ftcald and that is Mexican Mustang i It givoa immodiato i I linen cloth, saturato i loosely upon tho woun idea what an excclleul yon have tried it. K FOWL TIP. JtirJ LLulwout. It Lt called a btj y ami***i ******* I No Matter S come here every depar ? gain story to tell yon, 1 gathered here and thei | Great Bargain re v onuorts irom /t> cents u] j Men's fine shoes at 05 cei Men's Suits at #2.2.r? and ft Men's Mats at 4."> cents a tf 'Ji cents. 2 A full line of Ladies ?Jacl.< (B let f>l't'a|ns?must l>e sol<l i ^ Necktie*, ( liars, (dove* otln r tLiu^s to be ?!d as el 1 "" ?*v r?vrj rr\ j? t# pa *y* J." % v ^ fc< *' * > ?' . ?. <il . V. * ^ ><s .. "I \ / v Li ~ v"" V \ ? ( A .'* * fc j 15 s J-ii-'' ?i/ I'd -VVi /* '' > i fj r- e>Han (MISS! I Wc now have in stock Li complete line of Coffins stock embraces | ALL SIZES A3 r rom tno j i un, onoap < < run u Call hihI hch Uft i f m your ? ; have a ii*uf 1> in your family, I'i Lancaster I\ I^nra'to-r, S Oct, 23, '02. ddl? Rotm Mexican Hnitaac M>t* r^is just what you need. It takec etTecfc ^ ihed to see how quickly it heals sure*. ___ way: urself with Fire, with you can scald yourselli [ot Water, but there is way to cure a burn or ; by using * w ' a m M ^ C Liniment. * relief. Get a pieco of soft old t with this liniment ami bind J. You car have no adoqnato L remedy this is for a burn until & bird affliotM with Roup or aay>ul try ilu>ea*o um> Mexican Mustang L5UAKI) remedy by poultry breeders. When You | tment has its little bar- 1 Here are a few items ?' > e throughout this , Giving Store. j |). Blankets 50 cents up. it^. Ladies fine shoes $1 00. ? up. Boy's Suits 1)0 cents up. nd up. Children's Hats at m; L-ts?must ge ai any price. A 2 ovariiless of cost. , ITud? i wear and numerous 2 iap as the cheapest. < "all and 5 ? YKe ft^rgaSn Giver. ? .J *' dy i 't > 'TJ >"*1 5^'A r'~-' >v jr , - I.j ^;:v' fc -p-^j #1 MV 41 ^;-V.\ V ^ ;J fo) <?j COFFINS! and will continue to keep and Burial Caskets. Our m QUALITIES. j? to tlie han?l.onie Metallic Cases >r<ler when so unfortunate nh l< rices within the reach of all. * /Iercantile Co.. > tf.