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SAGE AND SULPHUR. Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger READ MRS. HERRICKS SWOItN STATEMENT State of Xf.w York C'olmy of -\\ONkUh I ss Rochester, N. Y. Nancy A. Hcrrick, being duly sworn, deposes and says: When I was a girl, I had a head of heavy, Ion;;;, dark brown hair which was the envy of my schoolmates, and which attracted the atten? tion and remarks of strangers. As I grew older, my hair com? menced to come out, just a Lil le at first, but gradually more and more, and then began to turn gray. 1 was induced by the many good reports I had heard of \ycth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy lo try a bottle. My hair was quite thin and gray when I began uaing Sage and Sulphur, and you can imagine my satis? faction when I found that it was fast coming back to its natural condition, being thicker, darker and more glossy than it had been for a long time. I continued to use Sage and Sulphur, and my hair is now as heavy, dark a*.id smooth as when I was a girl of sixteen. It is now four year r!ncc 1 commenced using Sage and Sulphur, and my hair U b?ll in splendic condition. fim+rn to he fort me this 14th, day afjmty, saoi Preserve Your Youth and Beauty by Using Wyeth sAGE^SULPflW HAI R R E fin E d Y It Is Pure, Safe And Reliable It Is Not Sticky, Oily Or Greasy It Is An Elegant, Refreshing Dressing It Makes The Hair Soft And Glossy It Quickly Removes Dandruff \ It Restores Faded And Gray Hair To Natural Color It Stops Hair Falling And Makes The Hair Grow aY It Will Make Y*u Lock Ycirs Younger PRICE 50c. and $1 ' A BOTTLE A\ ALL DRUGGISTS U Your Druggist Docs Not Kee;. VI, Sen. V* lie Fr!ce In Sfamns. And We VMU Send Yon A Large BotUe, Express Prepaid. WYETH CHEMICAL COMPANY 74 Cortlandt St ? NEW YORK, N. Y. For sale and recommended by W. SIBERT'S DRUG STORE. roUC DESTROYS COURT HOUSE. Flame?, Supposed to Have originated In Judge's OAtr**. Cause Lorn of fSO.000 at Millen. Gm. Millen. Qa., Jan. 14.?Fire, sup? posed to have originated from I've coats falling from the grate In the office of Judge R. P. Jones of the city court completely destroyed the $50,000 court house of Jenkins county, at Millen, tonight, about 8 o'clock. The town Is equipped with a good water nystem and volunteer lire de? partment, but the fact that the court house was locate-' In the centre of an otherwlae vacant block. In a thickly settle.I residential section, alofte pre? vented more sweeping loss. It was generally felt that the town was se rlonsly threatened. The building was Insured for approximately Its value. The coun'v records were preserved In nreproof vaults. HOW TO CT RE RHEUMATISM. It Is an Internal Dlmese and Re? quire* an Internal Remedy. The cause of Rheumatism and kin? dred dtsesses Is an excess of uric acid to the blood. To cure this terrible dis? ease this acid must be expelled and the system so regulated that no more acid will b? formed In excessive quan? tities. Rheumatism Is an Internal disease and requires an Internal rem? edy. Rubbing with Oils and Lini? ments will not cure, affords only tem? porary relief at best, causes you to delay the proper treatment, and al? lows the malady to get a firmer hold on you. Liniments may ease the pain, but they will no more cure Rheuma? tism than paint will change the fibre of rotten wood. Science has at last discovered a perfect an 1 complete cure, which Is called "Rheumaclde." Tested In hun? dreds of cases. It has effected the most marvelous cures; we believe It will cure you. Rheumaclde "gets at the joints from the Inside." sweeps the poisons out of the system, tones up the stomach regulates the liver and kidneys and makes you well all over Rheumaclde "strikes the roots of the disease and removes Its cause." This splendid remedy Is sold by drug? gists and dealers generally af 50c and fl a bottle. In tablet form at 25c and 50c a package. Trial bottle of Tablets sent by mail on receipt of grlce 35c Booklet free. Write to obbltt Chemical Co., Baltimore. Md. ?old In Humter by Albert's Drugstore. 11-ll-W. fc S. wed. Rev. I. W. Williams Testifies ?Rev. I W* Williams. Huntington. W Va.. writes us as follows: "This Is to certlty that I used Foley's Kid uey Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to aay that Foley's Kldnry Remedy will do all that you claim for It." Slbert's Prug Store. -.-? TAKES LIQUOR PROM STORES. Chief Constable Ratemaii Confiscates 50 Gallons of Whiskey Found on John's Island. Charleston. Jan. 14.?Chief Con? stable Bateman seized and confiscat? ed 5U gallons of whiskey on John's Island today. Chief Bateman had re? ceived complaint from truck farmers of ti e sale of liquor on the Island and he went over there yesterday af? ternoon, spending the night, early this morning making his roun Is in search of the stuff. He was reward? ed 'with the seizure, capturing the liquor from several stores. The raid will probably break up the blind tigert on the Island for a time.?The State. . W AE OX GAMBLING IN FUTURES. Conference Looking to Renewal of Fight Held at White House. Washington, Jan. 18.?A confer- j ence looking no the renewal of the fight on gambling In futures was held at the White House late today when I President Taft took the subject up with Representatives Scott, of Kan? sas, Loverlng, of Massachusetts, and Burleson, of Texas. The discussion was based on the bill Introduced by Mr. Scott last year forbidding Inter? state telegraph, telephones and the malls to transmit messages with ref? erence to future contracts for the sale of farm products where there Is no Intention to deliver the products. At? torney General Wlckersham and Her? bert Knox Smith, commissioner of corporations were present at the con? ference. In the end the whole mat? ter was referred to the Attorney General for consideration as to the form of the Scott bill and to Coni mlsdoner Smith for recommendation In the light of his previous Investi? gation of the methods of the cotton exchanges. I: Is expected there will be a hear? ing on the bill some time In the near future, at which representatives' of those who desire to oppose the new leg slatlon may be heard." Miss Anna. l. Dawes reminds the Springfield Republicans that Mrs. John E. Mt Klroy, of Albany, was hostess of the White House in the tln?- of President Arthur, her broth? er. There are three other living ex-hostesses?Mrs. Oarfleld, f M rs. Cleveland and Mrs. Roosevelt. A. O. L. IMPROVEMENTS. Weldon, X. C, Jan. 14.?The At? lantic Coast Line is having surveys made from Weldon to Garysburg, a distance of two and a half miles, for two miles of track and a new steel bridge over Roanoke river, the bridge to be longer and higher than the Seaboard bridge, and to cost in the neighborhood of $1,000,000. Since the destruction of the com? pany's bridge by the freshet of 1877 the Coast Line has been using the tracks of the Seaboard Air Line and the Seaboard bridge to come into Weldon. The Coast Line's new route and hridge will bring their trains into Weldon overhead, and they will use the second story of the new passen? ger station to be erected, and the Seaboard will use the first floor. The tracks from Garyshurg to Weldon Hil] be a double track, and the Im? mense steel bridge will be construct? ed for a double track. The bridge proper, with its trestles, will be over half a mile long. STOMACH MISERY. Get Kid of That Sourness, Gas and Indigestion. When your stomach is out of order or run down, your food doesn't di? gest. It ferments in your stomach and forms gas which causes sourness, heartburn, foul breath, pain at pit of stomach and many other miserable symptoms. Ml-o-na stomach tablets will give joyful relief In five minutes; if taken regularly for two weeks they will turn your flabby, sour, tired out stomach Into a sweet, energetic, per? fect working one. You can't be very strong and vig? orous If your food only half digests. Your appetite will go and nausea, dizziness, biliousness, nervousness, sick headache and constipation will follow. Mi-on-a stomach tablets are small and easy to swallow and are guaran? teed to banish Indigestion and any or all of the above symptoms or money book. Fifty cent* a huge box. Sold by druggists everywhere and by J. IP. W. DeL?>rme. Fur constipation there Is no rem? edy SO satisfying as Booth's Pills? 25 cents. 1-11-21?W. 1-19. ARGUMENT IN GARLINGTON AND YOUNG CASE BEGUN. Motion Made by Attorneys for the Defense for the Judge to Instruct The Jury to Return a Verdict of Net Guilty Overruled?Defence Produces no Testimony. Columbia, Jan. 13.?The "Semin ole" case will reach the jury tomor? row. Two of the arguments have been made and all the testimony is in, the defence having put up no wit? nesses. Judge Prince overruled a motion directing the verdict, and sev? eral other matters of law were set? tled today. The ony witness on the stand was Charles H. Heily, the ex? pert accountant, who audited the books of the Seminole Securities Company. Heily's testimony consist? ed of statements as to the condition of the company's books and profes? sional conclusions therefrom. Sena? tor Sinkler was called from the sen? ate chamber this morning, and it was expected that he would be put up as a witness on some point of the case, but he was not placed on the stand. Mr. Sinkler is one of the Seminole receivers. Mr. Heily stated that in auditing the books of the company he found 75,000 shares of stock In the Semin? ole Company placed to Garllngton's credit. He further stated that he found certain sums of money charg? ed to Garlington by checks on the Seminole Company over the signa? ture of James Stobo Young. He stat? ed that tlhe total of the amounts tak? en out by Garlington aggregated $55,000. This amount, balanced with the 75.000 shares of stock placed to Gr.rlington's credit, left the Seminole Company Indebted to Garlington at present approximately $24,000. He further stated that the later charges against Garllngton's credit would lower the amount of the indebtedness of the company to Garlington. On being questioned as to certain extracts from minutes which he had among his papers, Mr. Heily stated that these were made by him in Chattanooga prior to his coming to Columbia to attend a meeting of the stockholders of the Seminole Com? pany. He stated that while en route to Columbia, these minutes were tak? en from him, but were later replaced intact. He did not know whether the minutes he made his extracts from in Chattanooga were genuine or not. He stated that when he reach? ed Columbia and attended a meeting of the stockholders in the Court House, minutes identical with those which he had seen in Chattanooga were read. Whether these minutes were the same or not he didn't know. Mr. Heily was on the stand all yes? terday afternoon and until a short while before the dinner recess today. An unusual feature of today's legal battle was that the defence wished Judge Prince to direct a verdict Just after Mr. Heily concluded. The Judge said he could not consider this as all testimony was not In. The defence withdrew and had another consulta? tion, after which they ^returned to the court room and stated that they wished to offer no testimony. Judge Prince then consented to hear the motion for directing a yerdlct. The first part of the motion related to James Stobo Young. The defence stated that there was no evidence of? fered that pointed to Young's being guilty of any wrong-doing, that only once during the trial had his name been mentioned in connection with the case. From this the defence went on to Garlington and souerht to exonerate him from any alleged crookedness. Frequently the defence was interrupted by the prosecution attorneys, who maintained that Gar? lington had no authority to use the moneys of the Securities Company and charge them to his credit of 75, 000 shares of stock. The defence maintained that this was done with the sanction of the creditors. The defence had proceeded only a short way with argument upon the motion when Judge Prince overruled the mo? tion. Later It was contended by each side that it should have the opening and the reply. The defence contended that they had the right of opening ar.d reply, because they had offered no testimony. The prosecution con? tended that they had introduced one paper as evidence during the cross examlnatlon of W. A. Clark yesterday afternoon. A paper was introduced and the prosecution objected to Its being introduced as testimony, but later they claim, withdrew the objec? tion. The defence stated that the ob? jection was not withdrawn. The court senographer was then called on to road the proceedings, and it was found that the prosecution had withdrawn the objection and that the paper was entered as evidence. The matter ended with the defence hav? ing the opening and reply conceded. Attorney Carwile opened, followed 1 y Bx-SoliCitor Thurmond. Tomorrow Christie Benet will speak, followed by Solicitor Cobb, and the closing argument Will be by Gen. Bellinger. Armour's Fertilizers Have four sources of ammonia. They feed your crop through the entire grow? ing season. They will be sold at every shipping point in this county. Next week we will tell you in this paper why they are the best goods to be had. Armour Fertilizer Works ATLANTA, GEORGIA WANT THEIR COUPON MONEY. Rhode M;iml Holders of North Car? oline, 1809, Bonds Propose Suit. Providence, R. [., Jan. 12.?Pro? posing that the State of Rhode Is? land should take legal action tc re? cover from the SU.te of North Caro? lina payment of coupons on bonds is? sued by the latter State in 1869, the bond-holders' committee of North Carolina today sent to Governor Aram J. Potheir these bonds amount? ing to $511,000. The original issue amounted to $13,000,000, distributed among the individuals in various parts of the country. It is under? stood that the State paid the coupons for only three years. A few years ago the State of North Dakota secured judgment against the State of North Carolina for the amount due individuals in North Da? kota, but the decision in the case was not broad enough to cover bond? holders in other States. As an in? dividual cannot bring suit against a State, the bond-holders now desire the State of Rhoda Island to take the matter up and endeavor to have final payment made in all cases. Gover? nor Potheir referred the proposition to the General Assembly. 1 lends Given to Rhode Island. New York, Jan. 12.?The bonds up? on which Rhode Island will demand payment of North Carolina, though held by individuals, have been given outright to Rhode Tsland for the pur? pose of collection, and if anything is realized on them the proceeds will be used for public improvements. New York city Is the headquarters of the "North Carolina bond-holders" and through Edward L. . Andrews, their secretary, they made public to? night a letter written to Governor Pothier, saying among other things: "While the holders of these bonds have no intention of restricting in the slightest manner the use to which they should be applied, they would be gratified If their proceeds were utilized for the public and enduring object of the Metropolitan Park im- j provements." Will Resist Payment. Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 13.?North Car? olina will resist to the utmost of the law the payment of $484,090 of repu? diated special tax bonds accepted by the Rhode Island legislature as a do? nation frim the New York bond? holders' committee Gov. Kitchen said tonight that the Indebtedness of the State was divided into four classes In 1879 and the bonds accepted by Rhode Island come under the fourth class, which were repudiated by the people of Xorth Carolina and a clause had been put In the State constitution forbidding their payment unless rati? fied by a vote of the people. Gov. Kitchin said in part: "For years the holders of these bonds have been hawking them about the country trying to give for? eign States a sop to sue a sister State. Great States like New York and Michigan and others had the op? portunity of such gifts and with a. high sense of propriety have declined them. I will not criticise Rhode Is? land for I believe when full Informa? tion Is disclosed it will be seen that her people have been duped as were ours when the fraudulent bonds were negotiated." These bonds were issued by the carpetbagger legislatures of 186S-69. Former Gov Glenn declared they were Issued by a legislature not le? gally organized and ((instituted; were I part of a plot and conspiracy to defraud the State and when placed On the market were sold for a mer^ bagatelle. The State. he declared, never received any value for them. The new crop mortgagee, tv i forms, are for tale by Osteen Pul - Ilching Company, also all other legal blanks, rent liens, etc. Saved at Death's Door. ?The door of death seemed ready to open for Murray W. Ayers, of Transit Bridge, N. Y., when his life Was wonderfully saved. 'I was in a dreadful condition," he writes, "my skin was almost yellow; eyes sun? ken; tongue coated; emaciated from losing. 40 pounds, growing weaker daily. Virulent liver trouble pulling me down to death In spite of doc? tors. Then that matchless medi? cine?Electric Bitters ? cured me* I regained the 40 pounds lost and now am well and strong." For all stomach, liver and kidney troubles they're supreme. 50c at Siberfs Drug Store. Some few sewerage connections are to be made before long in the Are limits. A Wild Blizzard Raging brings danger, suffering?often death ?to thousands, who take colds, coughs and lagrippe?that terror of Winter and Spring. Its danger sig? nals are "stuffed up" nostrils, lower part of nose sore, chills and fever, pain In the oack of head, and a throat-grlpplng cough. When Grip attacks, as you value your life, don't delay getting Dr. King's New Discov? ery. "One bottle cured me," writes A. Lk Dunn, of Pine Valley, Miss., "after being 'laid up' three weeks with grip." For sore lungs, hem? orrhages, coughs, colds, whoooplng cough, bronchitis, asthma, It's su? preme. 50c, $1. Guaranteed by Sibert's Drug Store. 60 YEARS9 EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Anyone sending a skelch arid description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably p>n?>nt able. C mimuniea tionsetrictly coiitblcntbil. I' J10B00K on Patent? sent tree. Oldest agency for securing patent*. Patents taken through Muun A Co. recelre rptcial notice, without shgfSOj In the Scientific American. 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