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city os tb# Sib of IlwißW’r *o« on
(lit 14tH. «lm lb* #tt*ro#r# Au*:n!li
ui4 Aiiflir4l arrive Tile? will etlt*
But.ka'« ArtHc. Salve.
THE BEST Sal,' E H ths world f i
Cuts Uiuiac% A r«, rif*r». Salt
• F< v»r Fore*. Tatter, Chart l *.
Hand*. Chi.Wain*, rtrtu. and all Win
Eruption* and p.*bivwly e»in 1*11*».
or no par reffutrad It la gu**atetaed to
gtvr parfwet *attkfa®tb..te or mono'* to*
fund*. Price 3 cent* per bn*. PUB
•ale by Howard a willet.
FKJM UI.ACK TO WHITE.
A Ntffe Woman Who Is Turning
Into a Cat etsian.
St. Lout*, Mo., Nor. 17 —Marla 80-1
1 tn, of Cltiiodii. lows, who is stopp'iis
in St. Louis at |ires*nt, evinces » re
tnarksble csbc of the ss*ert;on ofCsu
raelan blood into the vein* of s born
negt ess. id Its Boleti Is 23 years old
and arss born on a Southern planta
tion. She wtt ctml b ack from the
date of her birth up to 16 yew*, when
her skin b#*aa to turn wUite Now
her whole body, with the exception of
her face, it as white a» that of any
Caucasian woman, and the color of her
face Is gradually assuming a lighter
shade. Both of her parents are col
ored. hut a great-greatgrandfathe ’
possessed a mixture of white blood*
For Iniauts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Old fashioned buckwheat flour for j
sale by I,amkln & Co.
Tuggle & Hollingsworth
Will run the only Mid-winter Excursion to j
Atlanta on Monday, Nov. 20. leaving Au
yu.sta at 7a. m. city time. Rrtumm*
leave Atlanta at 8 p in. TuasJay, Nov, M,
arrive Augusta at 9 p. no
Only $1.95 for Round Trip.
THE SAMivi of lI BA.
I HM OitbM** «d €■*■. B»t» Mb*
fir iMsiafd fetis iaaii* and In
th,lipnilr, I,S; me Islands ta Rtnon ■
inos, with *'ls!as4i of Tnirtraa, IM
• •boat reaacbSp* la Irffvwr Ta
-1 drtirw au I bet ilia bestowed lap Mn
, anils •"a aelinra and sal without tea -
son and constatercy h appear.
Magellan prrferr. 4 to style them
'the Isina d< laa Yelaa l«atinaa llsland
•of ihelatwi Kalla. 1
The Jardlne*. the Prase res and the
if>*n latfts* Archipelago were name* ,
*r of erred by later usvtgstor* sceord- j
I iTseto their «vh ma
Ijis Martenae the nrm* by whieh
Ppr.ln recognises tilt talanda. It an sy-
I relation conferr .1 in Ir.AS. In honor rs
'Mans Anna, of A »tlrla.
' Klcd.” In Spnlah manna “rlah" or
I "noble" “Porto,* It will be obvious, |
I weans "pert ” And there you have tt.
J* la probable that when Plntarrh. •
Pte’ my and Pliny spoke of ihe "For- \
tt'hatc tale." they had refer wire to |
whnt are now known as the Canaries, j
Th* derivation of the term “Canar- |
lea" la open to discussion. The Oder
p; n y »-ntliaia "Canaria” (one of the j
largos' t.f the group, “so railed from I
the multitude of dope us great a!*r“
On thf otherTiand It la averted that
the notno waa auggeated by the fact J
• het the bird of that name la a native i
of 'hose Islands.
The first theory la the more logical I
one. It being more likely that the bird i
received It* name from the lalanda ]
than that they were named In eonalder- !
at Ira of the birds.
Tfio Philippines were so called by
Cillalcbos in honor of Philip, king of
Spain, the exact title of the archipelago
being Samar Fillplna.
Earlier In the same century—the six
teenth—the Spaniard* spoke of the
group as the le!e* de Pontlent, <vhlle
♦he Portugese, who considered them
selves a part owner of th? Island*, re
ferred to them a* the I*la* de Orient*.
Magellan, considering the Ladrcne*
and the Philippine* a* in* group, gave
the one name to all, San f-azarus.
The Carolina* received their name in
honor of Cbarle* 11. of Spain, from Ad
miral Francesco I,azea»;o, in 1668.
You can get a fine suit cheap for cash
at E. J. Henry & Co.'e, 216 and 218
Tf*m JkTTOTTirXVA lIFRAIsD.
GUNS Oil HIND
sfell tfe# 1 l* 94**m$ % *
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tiißllHl Ml us fkr vfgiiliV Mill •»*
tiu »ih (Wf vcwr wu
InokHvii |Mivdw ««• lurrd
i * |U|i guns mi toon ii
M annruiiriilid it (|l (1^1)
ls _~f ( || # vir |t mm memmry to U*
#sjr ittivsi diait'l) ibr ammunitloQ on
f*»r ihf hpiirripp th#» tir# p#nt
In thv front »i»*i m thU mm nit « h*r
rtNi) povdtt mwwitkn. H MTCOMIU
for th** fwrt tint only thU hlark. or
rharrfal raffii *-jt inißUiiltloti, was
In eommtni on th# irtiUvry
fe-raw* of Kentiago. Uaa. Flagler say*
that the -liy had only twelve medern
n'.iee* of cannon, and only four of
these—the fi.S-lafh guna- ware of high
p <ver There ware twenty-one obso
lete pieces "The bold front put up
by the nbfolets pieces,“ the report
comment*, “seem* to have beeneffee-
Oen Flagler thinks that th* attacks
at Santiago show that th« fire from
ships eannot alienee the fire nr serious
ly cripple The arni 'mrnt of modern
batteries. Considerable attention I*
devoted In the report to the progress
of the work at the various arsenala
and the guna that are making, Sept,
go there were 447 aeaeoaat guns mount
ed. It I* estimated that June 30 there
was spent *7,348,795. There all 11 re
main* of the appropriation* made for
the ordnance bureau *1#.7»3.3M>. This
large sum I* derived from the appro
nrlatlons for the fiscal year whieh were
made for war purposes, amounting to
Our prlres on suits only two-third*
what other* charge. 1 B- J- Henry &
Co.i ca*h tailor#.
VAN WYCK PAID $449-50-
That Is What He Paid In Election
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 17.—Augustus
Van Wyrk, the Democratic camltrtH'e
for governor, today certified to the
secretary of state that, he spent *448.50
in aid of hi* election, and inferen
tial!:/ says that ho did not contribute
any money to the democratic state
committee or local Democratic com
mittee to help defrav the expenses of
How to Look flood.
Good looks are really more than skin
depp, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of the vital ort'ans. If the
liver la Inactive, you have a bilious
look; If your stomach Is disordered, you
have dyspeptic look; if your kidneys
are affected, you have a pinched look.
Secure good health and you will surely
have good look*. ''Electric Hitters” is
a good alterative and tonle. Acts di
rectly on the stomach, liver and kid
neys. purifies the blood, cures pimples,
blotches and boils and gives n good
complexion. Every”bottle guaranteed.
Sold >i Howard A Willet * drug store.
So cents per bottle.
For LaGrippe and Influ
enza use CHENEY’S EX
▼ Amuitm h«i •
IMImMI Ifcr food imuTP #■#* km* Ml# w#oIMMIMI
, ik#**- w *y in itn» Ittr# jnsfc#
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A MONTH or OF RUSH.
M lo* Have « Bride and Hiaty <*4
Owney at the Waldorf.
at lA* WalAorr Astoria. JIJ.UOo
umn f„B |n q 4 at tli# WaHtforf on •
Ibrld# Ilk# M and Ibfti I# 00 llwil
K#Utn«t#il tar thirty *U>#—
t. artmrnu •* •• •* •• #• *• • $3
I lit #!* M •• •• •• •• •* •••* •• -M***
Half ilr#«ncr >• •• •• •• •• •* ■ *
a a. a. a. .. •• ••
I Att#r*th#o&r# cupiMr*.. •• •• ** IJ##
MjWtimrr #a*»«a* .. *• *4«» ••
HfM*kß #o*l in 100 ft I)#M .* •• *« ••
Ito vi black It V.*.’* - w
ff-efectinnary nil Ice* ....... .• 75
[' Total .. .. U * ~*12,0*81
The Best I‘laster.
A pte*-* of fliinnel damnenad with
U’haml erlwln's Pain Halm and bound on
io ihe afTei fi-d parts I* superior to any
'plaster. When troubled with psln In
the chest or side, or a lame back, glv*
It a trial. Y«u sr. certain to be more
than pleam-d with lh« prompt relief
I which it iifford*. Pwin Halm Is also u
I certain cure for rhvtimutlsm. For sale
|by Alexander Drug and Bee 00., C. It.
I Pan of P-' ll Tow r Drug Co.
SHE OWNS THE TOWN.
An Indian Woman In possession ol
David in Indian Territory.
Vlnlta. I. T.. Nov. 17 Mrs. Andrew
Jackson Blackwell, « half-breed Cher
okee woman and the wife of Cob A. J.
Blackwell, f irnrerly of Joplin, Mo., has
Juat come mtu poaa/mtlon of the whole
town of David,..Cherokee Nation, f. 3.
The 1,000 white Inhabitant* of their
own will httvp' given her nil of'their
property, vilify aha will hold pndei
her name until, the country is allotted
rad the wblteft are allowed to bold
property in (be Indian territory in
(hall- own natira. A decision of Judge
Springer of the northern Judicial dl*-
tj-ict declared the reople of David to
bo Intruders and ordered their houses
to be confiscated. To avoid loßing
their homes srd avoid the risk of hav
ing them taken by the Indians, the
property wns transferred to Mrs. Blae
wcll, who, being an Indian, ha* a right
to own property In the territory,
TO STOP THE HALLS.
Charity Balls Must Not Be, Say
Des riolnes Ministers.
Dos Moines, lowa, Nov. 17.—The
Ministerial Association of this city on
yesterday rassed’a resolution which Is
Intended to stop the annual charity
hall. AH plans have been made by the
associated eliuMtles f >r the hull to be
given fll Dec. 29. Dr. H. L. Katon.
pa,toy cf th ■ First M. K. chureh, who.
wher a paaidi 'ln Milwaukee, ended the
charity hall tlitre, is at the head of the
A good wife maketh a g»"d husband;
the bad -ones me all selfmade.
UlilMirl AHO f AOB
Om rasa* NM kalhSM sal AasaMe* I
m, M4Mi mo# opHiit m%i tt» n~%#
00$q »T-i #0 r-y-nt th# iir#r t#*. \
Mriifl- fh>o»«f 4 Wlt(lM0» w**m
00# o*oo4l # hunting > * **.**%
m ii»» i o«# hi «0#
00# *t lamn m*4 looi lo#t h#4 wihh
. j A CIvMk fit* tftnM ' aft
IP* B»* —■ - -
toM 10001 t# o#t 00ft 0 iMftfth## 01
! tiny# f) Ort4r
I J • %h 0H hi 4 I 4*41 to It |l|k< jl I,
but 0# <ti4i't A tirnit ho# bfffl la*'
Was the hvpwotk sleeper By Ero4
Lee l ast Sight.
t'na.ldar ng the lenient w est her.
there w«s a my hair audieme at the
for,nance of tTof lee, the bypo.it Ist
for 48 hours was awakened at lu *v
the tong slumber. Prof I. « triad Ike
0} JHMMIi triil I*o 10# #u4l«o(’#. OIUI Usu
or thrt# w#r# ifffflwi An(»th#r on#
looks d to ln\ # Koti# t<) airrp, tint # hen
th# |»roff*#-or 0« nt to wakf th# la#t
in an up he discovered it wan not hyp
notic Influence, hut John Barleycorn,
that cause the »l<ep.
Tonight the professor will rxplaln
the magic of khc Hindoos, which will
b* very Intereaiiug, and a good crowd
will be there.
Th* Boys Who Oo to Htavea.
Over on L'apllol Hill there’s a Sun
day school where a young man I know
ta superintendent, lie Is an earnest,
conscientious > mug fellcw, and dlsa
gret able as It may sound In me lo say
111, lie means well. Sunday before last
[he arose to give a little talk.
"Dear children," aald he. "I am very
glad to be with you this morning, an*
' when I look into your happy faces I
am sure that ail of you rejoice with
me in the privilege of gathering to
gether this morning to sing our songs
of praise and to llaten to the lessons
your dear teachers hut then you
kne w what he said. You know what
they always say heaven hless them
fc.r saying It. too! Anyway, this par
ticular superintendent setd that this
beautiful Habbuth d*y was “only n
promise of the blissful hereafter, of
the happy land to which we all want to
go." , .
“Ami what Is the happy land? he
asked The small boy* oo the front
scat kicked each other surreptitiously
rad viciously, hut nobody spoke till
little George said, with a tone midway
between a .tniff and a gurgle.
"Ah. that's U! that’s it!” said the
superintendent. "Utile George knew
it. It Is heaven. And we all want to
go there. And now, children, can you
tell me what kind of little boys go
George was emboldened by praise.
His head was dizzy with success. He
rose In his place.
"Dead ones,” he bawled.
She Had $114,000
Beattie, Wash., N’"V. 17. The
mourner Wolcott, from fopper river,
Alaska, brings news of tie' drowning'"l
a young woman named Crcsseo nn.l a
niuii named Tankersun, In < miiroliei
IJ U V, Oelober slli. They were rowing
from tin* mouth 0! the ClillUai river
lo Kftkuy island and their boai <»P
sized. sh« body of the.woman was r*-
eovvrcti.- On l< wns found $114,0w. 4he
formerly lived In Minneapolis. With her
sister she ran a dance tin)l in Controller
Where is That Lady
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BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS
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IK** < nKtiahft *4 101* Kunicio Mutt*
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ma hiJ in iviui#>iv«ul#.
DiagntntlM »—.fh are usually th
lf * - think we have nothing to be
count of slock. s<> that l>y Thanksglv-
Inc Huy we will have amite appreew-
Rev, Mr. Allen, a minister oh Milton,
jj. y , visiting at Cold Spring. In that
sate, shot hlmaclf SIX tints# while
standing before a mirror. He I* M> a
serious condition, it that ttp-
Rev. Allen was ndxedup In some love
affair which l» supposed lo have Iteen
the cause of hi* rash act.
Colonel Roosevelt Is an admirer of
bosing. They say hr I* no slouch him
self with the gloves, and when hi* was
Police Commissioner h*‘ teas friendly
to the sport, but circumstance* alter
cases, ami the fact that the leading
luising club In New York Is reputed
to is- mainly the pr.fperty of *me of
his bitterest political foes, may Induce
him to look on the sport with l-ss
lenient . ye. when he has fairly wanned
the gubernatorial chair.
At a swell English dinner, apples are
usd as Ihe Dull centerpiece, Just as
foreign frulls arc usd here.
People find that, though they put
plenty of HiiKur Into a fruit |>le it I*
not swe-t Whan baked. The ordinary
Cline sugar used Is converted Into giape
sugar when boated with any add, and
that sugar has only alsoit *me-thlid
the sweetening power of ran* sugar.
Hut 1" a little baking powder I* added
io the fruit, so a* to neutralise the grid,
ihe sugar will retain Us sweetness In
Has gone to Northern markets to pur
chase the second stock for the fall of
■9B-’99. We have a few more Suits
left that we will sell at a price to make
room for the new ones. All who want a
bargain in MEN’S Clothes, no matter
what shape you may be, will save
money by calling at our store. Ail new
goods will be in our store as fast as
steamers can bring them.
Come early and avoid the rush.
I. C. Levy’s Son & Co.,
IH II 1)1 tfk AND yoMKHTon
OtM) t.,lia»*d* f *
Iktcty and Aaw fMB #wwtppad •**
ttaw UNwwwgh ha every lepitawM-
Fefces kaMkagwei. IA. syssak#-
Ptrtm liiifxiviu Cum.
I tw, nf ta* «a«ly «m<4 o.44t*tw
I wr«t laia • l*m»* He nail
led f.. r » «in rm( -fte >*nk.'«**"* 4*4 la>4
lkn-»« t» tnts till* dt.nk TIM a«4-
| -Her a*kd IV h. ruvl4 g>* leMs4 Ik*
I I >HHtla *.(«| tats th* drink hlmsdl. Ha
I IM lAM k< nulH Mlxtas It di wlilsf
|'l tee Itflwd t« t**vw The ' wfkeeper
|,4n) if ha waste'! ■'dug t* p*f far >b*
1 4, ink ’ Havate't yaw aver k.eld vs a
• tin fed ' etet III* pnldte,, “No," satd
Ittea barkeeper. "Watt,'* aald *te* eddter,
J a (In tied t* ttM the tedSt."
| When 4*4 has turn tel* -usets apt,
I TTh«*| |i#>ri# t* IffttlhFf Joint,
• Thwtt ||*« >10« f (dm* ihNM MKftd 00001,
I A o*l 0 )11)40 fh#*f» 00*
I Wh« n William * k|t IM Lmft ofto#
) Th# Ir i 110414 fall In Mdff >m;
ri>* Wait, r ((aim* ih#m fetr 01# *0 0.
j Aa>l bwim Bimirtf inckft ’ta.
Next team'* fat b»* they i loar Invsat,
An 4. eteen they won't strolete lUlhtar.
The, I- turned and shortened, washed
And fixed <>n me— lk* writ**.
I Ma works them Into rugs and iap*
Whcu I Have burst the stm hew.
At ItMimisltf ye shall nr* Ip rha|iel
The last us ilad * aid bri.cteM.
White there is a gloat variety In the
( «at*. with pretty vest* »eme of which
nra shown In the Illustration*. It I* by
no means true that they have ante*
planted the round walat*. Lace < ■ at*
tor evening wear u(t charmlteg. but
the i»retty waists us vailous colored
silks la worn more than ever. Ode pret
ty French m-alel In t**le idtir allk
■ tulte different from the hundred* »een'
In the shot’s which litvarlaldy have a
dak of lace somewhere. Tbe look ha*
a group «f fine tuck* ctosawlae, shap
ing a yoke und meeting In Ihe center,
where they turn downward » little,
leaving tbe fullness to fall lu tine gath
ers at th- waist. The -Isevg* have a
group »>f ttt* k» «' the top. also the
front, completing the yoke effect. Thu
Inner vest Ip of whit*’ silk, over which
Is a second vest or place* coming out
at each able of blur silk tucked up and
down and piped on the edge with white,
rtinall crystal buttons with gold cen
ters trim thlM, and long rather iukf*uw
re vers of white silk on whhh «ra
Stitched three narrow bias hands of
blue silk turn lan k on either side.
Fort <tallies Sentinel: According to
th* report of the state chemist, *he
farmer* of <teorgls paid out last year
the eqpimotta sum of sg, trill,sBo for gu
ano. It Is <iulte certain ’hat the farm
eis may expect to remain poor and
hard up «» bins as they keep up that