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Every- blade of
Grass, every grain
<■ f Corn, all Fruits
nrast have it. If
enough is supplied
you can count on a full crop;—
;1 too iittle, the growth will be
for our Looks telling all about composition o!
*. hes: adapted for all crops. They cost you
KM A - KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau St., New York,
East and West R’y of Alabama.
KAST BOUND TRAINS.
\ • No. 4. No. 2. No. 34.
JUhv.»— (Daily.) ex-Sun. Sun. only
(-Ht 1 ■ i rjtown
10 12 pn
. 1.20 an,
WKST BOUND TRAINS.
No. 1. No. 3. No 35
l,i. M vn— (Daily) ex-Sun. Sun. only
10.00 a in
« 40 pm
^sirClose connections as follows:--
(VtlHrtown with Central of Georgia, ai
JJdfkmart with Southern Railway at
^artersville with W. <fe A., at Piedmont
l ’ith r;t/V. & G.
Chattanooga, Rome & Sonthern
lasson^er Schedule in effect Aug. 20, *99
S I.a l-ayette.
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Iff 1 Carrollton..
3 50 pm
3 20 pm
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9 50 am
8 00 am
9 10 am a
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Nos. 9. 10, 11 and 12 daily oxcopt Rnn>- ti
Trains Nos. 9 and 10 arrive and dnpart
In m C. It S. sliiqw near Montgomery
. (’onnecllons- made at Chattanooga.
T< nn., with all roads tor points Nnrth
ar (1 West.
For any information apply to
C. B. Wilburn,
Presidnnt and Traffic Manager.
Ti. A. FiTK, Agent, Cedartown Ga.
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TRUSSES, §§0,1 AND Ui
CATARRH A NATIONAL CALAMITY.
[Prominent members of Congress that owe their health to Pe-rn-na.]
INTERIOR OF UNITED STATES SENATE CHAMBER.
Our nation Is passing through a groat
political crisis. Whether our national
policy Is to bo one of territorial expan
sion, or whether we are to remain aloof
from international complications, is the
snprome question confronting our Con
gress. :The attention of tho world is di
rected toward us. Tho deliberations of
eur Congress have come to be of inter
But this consideration affects only
national curse. Its ravages extend from
ocean to ocean. More than one-half of
the people are affected by it. It has be
come such a serious matter that it has
passed tho boundaries of the medical
profession and become a national ques
tion. Senators are talking about it;
Congressmen are discussing it. They
are not only considering tho extent and
chronic nature of the disease, but the
possibility of finding a national remedy
to meet this national calamity.
Cong. Howard from Alabama.
“I have taken
Po-ru-na now for
two weeks, and
find I am very
feel that my cure
will bo perma
nent. I havo also
takon It for la
grippe, and I take
Pe-ru-na as an ex
cellent remedy to
all fellow s u f-
srors. M. W. Howard,
Port Payne, Ala.”
Hon. H. G. Worthington, Congress-
“Allow me to express my gratitude to
u I h'ave found Pe-ru-na a very efficient
Hon. Willis Brewer, Representative
in Congress from Alabama writes the
following letter to Dr. Hartman:,
“I have used one bottle of Pe-ru-na
for lassitude, and I take pleasure in
recommending it to those who need a
good remedy. As a tonic it is excellent.
In the short time I have used it, it has
done me a great deal of good. Willis
Brewer, Hayneville, Ala. M
ber of Congress
from Ohio, says
of Pe-rn-na: “I
havo used sev
eral bottles of
Pe-rn-na and feel
thereby from my
catarrh of the
head and feel en
couraged to believe that its continued
use will fully orndicito a disease of
thirty year’s standing. David Meekison,
United States Senator Sullivan.
M I desire to say that I have been tak
ing Pe-ru-na for some time for catarrh,
and have found it an excellent medicine,
giving me more relief than anything I
have ever taken. W. V. Sullivan, Ox
United States Senator McEnery.
Hon. S.' D. McEnery, United States
Senator from Louisiana, says the follow
ing in regard to Pe-ru-na:
“Pe-ru-na is an excellent tonio. I
have used it sufficiently to say that I
believe it to be all that you claim for it.
S; D. McEnery, New Orleans, Louisi
Congressman W. P. Brownlow.
‘I have suffered with catarrh of tho
stomach for several, years and for the
past twelve months was in an exceed
ingly critical condition. My attention
was called to your Pe-ru-na and I began
to use it, and my improvement was
noticeable after the first three days. I
have taken three bottles of the medicine
and I feel satisfied that I am now almost
if not permanently cared. In connec
tion with the Pe-rn-na, I have used your
Man-a-lin -for biliousness and torpid
liver. I regard it as the best medicine
for this purpose that I have ever used.
Having been benefited so much myself,
I give you this statement that others
may. be likewise benefited. W.P. Brown-
low, M. C., Jonesboro, Term.” ’
For a free book, entitled “Winter
Catarrh,” address The Pc-ru-na Drug
Manufacturing Company, Columbus, O.
Schodulo In Effect Oot. 4th, 1838.
No. 11 No.70
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. “ Nashville .
. “ Memphis..
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Train No. 2 carries Pullman Sleeper between
* Jacksonville, Fla., Atlanta and Nashville, con
necting with vestibule train for Chicago,
Train No. 4 carries, Pullman Sleeper Augusta
and Atlanta to Nashville find St. Louis through
without change. Pullman Sleeper Atlanta to
Chattanooga, passengers remain in car until
7 o’clock a. in. Pullman Slocpor Atlanta to
Knoxville via A. K. & N. By.
Train No. 70 connects at Boyce with Q. 8b O.
for Cincinnati. This train carries through
ooach Atlanta to Borne.
To the South and East.
No. 1 | No. 3 j No.01
Lv Nashville .
“ Dalton ....
“ Marietta ..
Ar Atlanta ...
0 10am 10 iOpm
255pm; H 20ain
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Lt Atlanta ..
“ Columbia •
“ Wash’s ton
“ New York.
— * *■ vmiio* * uiunmi oiwjior xiBtm*
vfilB, Chattanooga and Atlanta to Jackson
Train h T o ScarrieaPullman SleoperSt. Louis
♦o Auguita without chango. Pullman Sloopet
Chattanooga to Atlanta opon for paseongers
Chattanooga 8 o'clock p. in. Pullman Sleeper
Knoxville lo Atlanta via A. K. & N. By. For
^further Information write to
‘ SMITH, 0. E. HAUMAN,
ifflo Manager. Q 0 n. Pass. Agt.
Mr. Frank Bunn, a prominent busi
ness man of Cedartown, is visiting in
in the city.—Homo Tribune, 4tb.
Having a Great Hun on Chamber
lain’s Cough Remedy.
Manager Martin, of the Piershn
drug store, informs us that he is hay-
■ n t» -t great run on Chamberlain’s
CoiiglrRemedy. lie sells five bottles
of that medicine tu one of any other
kind, ami it gives great, satisfaction.
In these days of la grippe there is
nolliing like tiliamberlain’s Hough
Remedy to slop Hie onngh, heal up tin-
sore rliroat and longs, ami give reliel
s-ilhill a very short lime. The sales
are growing, ami all who try ir are
pleased with its prompt action.—
South Chicago Daily t'almnel. Eur
sale by K. Bradford, druggist.
DRAWN FOR FEBRUARY TERM,
; ; 1900.
Intelligent and Upright Men to Pas
Upon the Rights of Their
THE CHEROKEE FURNACE,
Which Went into Blast Yesterday amid the General
Rejoicing of Cedartown People.
THE PUNI) INCREASES.
The Universal Winding Company
Semis $50 Check to t lie Baugh-
Odtmowti’s musical organization
is growing in popularity, and nearly
every week some admiring Iriend
adds a check, to the funds ol the
Last Friday Mr. P. II. Bishop, of
Boston, Mass., gettetal manager of
the U.niversti Winding Company,
remembered the Baugh-Ziininrntiaji
MOJiGAA VALLEY DOTS.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Bussell, of
Shades, visited relatives in our com
munity last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mansell Bnckner spent
a part of the Christmas holidays with
relatives and friends in Cobb county.
Mrs. H. M. Gresham and daughter,
Miss Sallie, of Flowerydale, visited rel
atives here a part of last week.
Miss Alice Morgan has retnrned to
her homo at Parham Springs after a
brief visit in yonr city.
Mr. Newton Head spent the Christ
mas holidays with relatives and friends
Band in a substantial way by send 1 Whitfield county.
ing through Mr. M. T. Bordsn, their
General Southern Agent, a cheek for
The Universal Winding Company
has had considerable dealings 'with
Cedartown p-trties, having sold lo
the Cedartown Cotlon Company
several thousand dollars’ worth of
winding machines for the big cotton
factories here. The company evi
dently appreciates the patronage
which it has received front the Co
da rtown Cotton Company, and takes
this graceful method of manifesting
the fact. Through the friendly
offices ol iheir agent, Mr. Borden,
the . following interesting letter
reached the hand: —
Boston, Jan. 3,1000
Mr. M. T. Bordkn, Cedartown, Ga.
Dear Sir:—in a recent personal
letter to the writer, yon mentioned
that you were interested in a new
band that is being organized to.supply
music for the Cedartown people.
There are always more or less inci
dental expenses to be incurred in the
organization of such a company, such
as the purchase of instruments, etc.,
and as you propose to make this a rep
resentative organization for Cedar
town.and the Cedartown Company.,
we are interested in your success.
Will you please apply the enclosed
check, made to your order, toward the
outfit of the band,with our best wishes
for its success? Yours truly,
Univkksal Winding Co ,
F. II. Bishop, General Manager.
Size doesn’t indicate quality. Be
ware of connterfeit and worthless salve
offered for DoWitt’s Witch Hazel Salvo.
DeWitt’e is tho only original. An infal
lible cure for piles and all skin diseaso.
The average girl loves to figure in a
The modern and most effective cure
for constipation and all liver tronhles
—the famous little pills known as De-
Witt’s Little Early Biscrs. E. Brad
Mra. M. E. Boper, of Blooming
Grove, has been visiting relatives 'here
the past few days.
Mr. Ed. Wright was among the busi
ness visitors in your city Saturday of
Misses Lula and L o a Waits, of
Flowerydale, were two attractive visit
ors in this community the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Simpson, of
Van Wert, were among the visitors in
our community last Friday.
Mr. Bob MiDtz, a clever Rockmarter,
was shaking hands with friends here
the latter part of last week.
Mr. Frank Leslio, of Pooletown, vis
ited relatives in this part of tho moral
vineyard last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. S. V. Richardson has returned to
Clarksville, Tenn., after a brief visit
among relatives here.
Messrs. Homer and Leon Brock, of
Red Ore, were numbered among the
visitors ia this community daring the
The “candy breaking” last Thursday
night at the home of Mr. J. A. Morgan
was well attended and proved to be a
most enjoyable affair to all who had the
pleasure of being present.
Mr. Charley Crowell and Miss Cora
Stokes were happily nnited in marriage
last Sunday morning, Bev. J. C. Head
officiating. We join their many friends
in wishing for them a long and happy
Mr. W. L. Craig has leased the ore
land owned by Mr. W. H. Morgan in
tbis community, and will begin mining
ore at an early date.
We wish for The Standabd and its
editors a happy “Noo Year,” and n/«y
their every effort be orowned with suc
cess. Blue Jay.
It has been demonstrated repeatedly
in every state in the Union and in
many foreign countries that Cham
berlain’s Cough Remedy is a certain
preventive and cure for croup. It has
become the universal remedy for that
disease. 11. V. Fisher of Liberty, W.
Va., only repeats what has been said
around-the globe when ne writes: “I
have used Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy in my family for several
years and always with perfect success.
We believe that it is a sure cure for
croup. It has saved the lives of our
children a number of time3.” This
remedy is for sale by E. Bradford,
“A broken heart and a refusal of mar
riage,” says the confirmed bachelor, "is
better than being broke for the rest of
your life ” • '
“I mn indebted to One MinntoCnngh
Cure for my health ami life. It cured
me of lung trouble following grippe.”
riiouMinds owe their lives to the prompt
action of tliis never failing remedy. It
cures coughs, colds, erouo, bronchitis,
ptioumolds, giippcaud throat and lung
troubles. Its early use prevents con
sumption. It is the only liaunleKS
remedy that givis immediate results.
Sillicus -“i’liis farce, yon know is
taken from tho French.” Ojuicns—
‘The French must feel greatly re
E. Bradford, druggist, guarantees
every bottle of Chainberiaiu’a Cough
Remedy and will refund tho money to
any one who js not satisfied after using
two-thirde of the ponteptp. This is the
best remedy in the world for lttgrippc,
congltB, colds, croup and whooping
cough and is pleasant and safe to take.
It prevents any tendency of a cold to
result in pneumonia.
Lack of collateral means lack of con
fidence on the part of persons asked to
J. I. Bevry, Lognnton, Pa., writes,
“I am willing to tako my oath that I
was oared of pneumonia entirely by the
use of Qno Minnto Cough Cure- after
dootors failed. It also onred my child
ren of whooping cough." Quickly re
lives nnd oures coughs, oolds, croup,
grippe and throat and lung troubles.
Children all like it. Mothers endorse
it. E. Bradford.
Yon can't measure a man’s religion by
the length of his face.
Boars the j9 The Kind You Han Always Pci
Lewis Dennis, Salem, Ind., says
“Kodol Dyspepsia Cure did mo more
good than anything I ever took." It
digests what yon eat and can not help
it cure dyspepsia BB ,i stomach
troubles, E. Bradford.
MR, JAMES R. BARBER,
The Popular Local Representative of the Alabama and
t Georgia Iron Co.
F. B. Thirkiold, Health Inspeotor of
Chicago, says, “Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
oannot bo recommended too highly. It
cured me of sovore dyspepsia.” It
digests what you eat and cures indi
gestion, heartburn and all forms of
dyspepsia. E Bradford.
Did you ever notice how much fiercer
a man can be to bis office boy than to
his wife?—nnd he hasn’t half the pro
vocation from the 'former that he has
from tho iatter.
A silver half dollar will pay for a bot
tle of Dr. Tichenor’s Antiseptic. If,
after fair trial you are not satisfied with
yonr investment, the Proprietors will
refund yonr half dollar. A clean liquid,
pleasant odor, and as a dressing' for
Wounds, Barns,Nail Puqctnree, Barbed
Wire Cuts, etc.,' it simply has no equal.
For sale by dmggists genoyally.
OUEEY’S LIVEE COMPOUND.
Newell, Ala., Aug. 0, 1899.
I have boen seeling Curry’s Liver
Compound for a number of years with
out a single complaint, us it always
docs as rcoom mended. I keep in stock
all tho leading liver medicines, bnt Bell
more of Curry’s than all others com
bined. It simply sells itself. Tnos. J.
Sold in 10 and 25c packages bv E.
When the money market is tight tho
gold cure should be resorted to.
G. H. Appleton, Justice of Peace,
-g, N. J., ’ ■
Clarksburg, N. J., says,“DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers are the best pills made
for constipation. We use no ethers.”
Quickly cure all liver and bowel troii-
' h|ca. fc. Bradford, '
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Grand Jnrors drawn for February
Term, 1900:—A H MoBryde, Asbnry P
Hunt, Jesse B Battle, W K Holmep, j
W Barr, Jos A Liddell, W R Colbert, B
F Cleveland, Wm F Gaston, Wm T
Gibson, B F Johnson, E B Bussell,
John M Carlton, James Heaton, Wm M
Gibson, Jack Davis, E E Jones, B B
Beasley, W R Beck, Henry M Carlton,
Jas H Jordan, B F Lowther, John W
Crabb, WLBPowell, CKHenderson,
A H Graefer, W J Herndon, W S Cole
man, B O Pitts, J Wrigbt Adamson.
TRAVERSE JURORS—FIRST WEEK.
Traverse Jnrors drawn for February
Term, 1900. Feb. 26th:—Jos E Smith,
Benj F Sims, W W Cone, John N Fra
zier, Wm N Pritchett, Chas A Wright,
M E McCormick, Chas A Wood, B B
Thompson, David L Maret, Woodson
H Morgan, B A Fite, Richard Philpot,
B Marian Hawkins, Paul, Farris,
Nathaniel P Griffin, Edwin B Carter,
W Chap Berry, Thos Moore, Thos Ras
ter, Jas F Carter, W P Munson, F P
Jones, Geo A Nunnally, Thos A Mc
Cormick, E O Godwin, Thos C Farris,
H Jeff Drmpsey, Jas E Pennington,
Wm T Thompson, GP M Cummings,
John W A Biggers, Eobt N Spinks,
Arch Morton, Wm Jack Lee, W S
SECOND WEEK. .
Traverse Jury for February Term,
1900. March 5th: -Wm H Mansell, Jas
L Sosehee, E E Reynolds, Geo W A
McKinney, John A Garrett, Jas T
Edge, John L Gravely, Francis M Fitz
patrick, G- W Featherston, Pinkney A
McBride, Jas M Pitts, Wm G England,
Wm A Hackney, Wm S Sutton, Jas W
Rodgers, Jos Mansell, D M Bussell,
B A Wright, Jas L Dempsey, Isadora
Sclieuer, Wm H (Bill) Jones, GcoP
Northcutt, John H Adkins, Buford
Riohardson, B W Everett, A T Hamil
ton, Hiram P Embry, Wm M Eves,
John W Dodds, J S Brewster, Walter
W Turner, L Soutlierlin, J A Coppitt,
M E Pittman, Walter L Lester, Jas E
Traverse Jury for Eebrnary Term,
1900. March 12th:—Wm V Wray, Oscar
J West, Bobt O Terry, John A Tucker,
Young H Boper, J 0 Knight, Seaborn
Jones, Isaac M J Kinney, Wade H
Whitehead, David A Hicks, J A Fambro,
W Jack Dempsey, Jas S King, Isaac B
Sewell, Wm R Cochran, G Alvar Thomp
son, Cbas O Pittman, John B Lacy,
Geo E Benedict, Sandy B Holcomb, F
H Marbut, Jackson Griffin, A J Tom
linson, Emoty A Morgan, Wm H Wil
liams. .Todd M Cosby, Jaa Thos Hnnt,
Jesse T Bright, I> H Hubbard, Jas W
Trawiek, Oscar F Casey, rUtndUph w
Hamrick, Wm Bradford, A BGolightly,
Jas F Grimes, Weloomb Duke.
Traverse Jury for February Term,
1000. March 19th:—Samuel L Baldwin,
F E Randall, Joel Landers, Ivy F
Thompson, Grif W Jones, John T
West, Chas M Colbert, Bobt L White
head, Benj F Hnnt, Wm P Lanier, H
N Sheffield, John A Thompson, J L
Turner, John R Kerr, J A Darrell, Jas
B Barber, Manco T Peek, M C Bobo,
Geo W Maner, Jos F Brooks, Jeptha
V Adkins, Marcellas B Thompson,
Wm R Kirk, Jas A Tate, E Bradford, F
M Randall, Julins A Morgan, Wm P
West, Wiley R Walker, WmRLKiu-
ney, Jas I Harris, D A Whitehead, Wm
B Collins, Ely D Privett, Thos J Griffin,
Georgia, Polk County.
At Chambers, Cedartown, Ga.
I, 0. G. Junes, Judge of the Superior
Court of the Tallapoosa Circuit, do
hereby certify that tho above and fore
going is a true and correct list of the
Grand and Traverso Jnrors drawn for
the Fehy. Term, 1900,' and that the
same bo published in Thu Cedartown
Standard. This Jan. 8th, 1900.
C. G. Janes, J. S. C. T. C.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
THE CORNER’S JURY
EXONERATED JAKE BRASWELL
For Hi« Father’s Heath -Pneumonia
the Cause of His Decease.
Pismark’s Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous
eneigyarn not found where Stomach,
Liver, Kulnevs and Bowels are oht of
order. If you waut'these qualities and
the success they bring, use Dr. King’s
New Life Pills. They develop every
power of brain and body. Only 25c lit
E. Bradford's drug store.
Tlipro is no position in life so’[mean
for a man ns to lie the husband of u
The worst after effects of Influenza
arise from deranged functions of the
liver. Clear the blond at once with
Uerbiue, for it will strengthen the liver
to withdraw front circulation the biliary
poisons. Prico SO cents. T. F. Burbank.
A dollar dinner is nu aggravation lo
tbe man with a 50 cent purse.
Dr. Tichenor’s Antisoptio is guarau
teed not to euro everything land any
thing. As a dressing for Wounds and
as a cure for Colie, for man or beast, it
is O. K. and “don’t you'forget it.”
The dnde is considered a soft thing
by the hardened man of tho world.
Swamp .Fox costs you nothing if it
does not enre your chills, and only 50
cents if it does. “No cure, no pay,” is
our motto. We do not want joor
money unless yon are cured.
Swamp Fox not only onres chills and
fever, bnt is a preventive; no one can
contract either while taking tbis great
medicine, and few people are in sach
perfect health that a bottle of this
remedy wili not improve them. It is a
great tonio and should be in every
For sale by E. Bradford.
Many a man who is not ashamed of
hia faults is ashamed to confess them.
The Kind You Hare Alwrp BogM
It was generally reported last week
that Mr. N. J. Braswell, a well known
citizen of Browning’s district,had come
to his death on Wednesday as the resnlt
of a blow given by his son, Jake, on
Coroner J. O. Crabb went over from
Cedartown last Thursday and held an
inquest, with the ^following gentlemen
as jurors:—T. J. Morris, J. F. Carmi-
chal, Ellis Davis, S. K. Hogue, W. Y.
Blackman and 0. W. Simpson.
A thorough investigation was made
into the case, the two attending physi
cians and a number of witnesses being
examined, and it was decided that Mr.
Braswell came to his death from pneu
monia and not from' any act of violence
on the part of his son.
The report originated, and thus ne
cessitated an inqnest, from the fact that
Mr. Braswell had been drinking for
several days belore Christmas. He and
his son, Jake, came home in a buggy
the evening before Christmas, and
while Jake was unharnessing, bis father
enrsed him and threatened to kill him.
The boy, to protect himself, threw a
stick of wood at tho old man, striking
him on the bead. Tbe in jary from this,
however, was slight,and the jury found
no connection between tbis unhappy
occurrence and tbe death, which they
decided was from natural causes.
Mr. Braswell was a man with mnn.v
friends throughout the county, who re
gret his death. His son is generally
congratulated on the jury’s verdict,
which completely exonerates him from
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Brumbelow died last Saturday, at
the age of one year. It was buried in
the cemetery here Sunday evening.
Are grand, bnt Skin Eruptions^ rob
life of joy. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
cures them; also Old, Banning and
Fever Sores, Dicers, Boils, Felons,
Corns, Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains.
Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out
Pains and Aches. Only 25 cts. a box.
Cure guaranteed. Sold by E. Bradford,
I want to let the people who suffer
from rheumatism and sciatica know
that Chamberlain’s Pain Balm relieved
me after a number of other medicines
and a doctor had failed. It is the best
liniment I have ever known of.—J. A.
Dodgen, Alpharetta, Ga. Thousands
have been cured of. rheumatism by
this remedy. One application relieves
the pain. For sale by E. Bradford,
Sympathy doesn’t fill an empty
Marriage is often a tie that connects a ^
man with his wife’s apron strings.
Coughs and colds come uninvited,but
yon can quickly get rid of them with a
few doses of Ballard’s Horebourul
Syrup. Price 25. and 50 cents. T. F.
A stingy man flatters himself that i
ia an economist. »
ful breathing are quickly relieved and
cured by the old reliable specific, Dr.
Bull’s Cough Syrup. This remark
able remedy breaks up a cold in one
night and is, without doubt, the very
best medicine for all affections of the
throat and lungs. It has cured thon-
appoints. Try it at.once.
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs.
Doses are small aud pleasant to take. Doctor;;
recommend it. Price 25 cts. At all druggists.
CUERY’S HEADACHE POWDERS.
See what Capt. J. D. Kirkpatrick,
president and general manager of the
White Star Line Steamboat Company.
“I have used Curry’s Headache Pow
ders for several years. They give
prompt relief and leave no unpleasant
after effect. I consider them invaluable,
and never travel witfccnt them.”
Sold in boxes containing five pow
ders, five "doses, aud five cures, all for
For sale by E. Bradford.
$3,000 CASH PRIZE CONTEST.
The Atlanta Constitution's Great Offer of 1900—The Cotton
ceipts at New Orleans from Sepferv^ber to April—Full Stalls
tics Given for Your Guidance—An Unparalqljed Offer for Oui
Tho Atlanta Constitution offers a $3,000
prize contest for January, February
aud March, 11)00, as follows:
To the person sending a yearly sub
scription to The Weekly Constitution, to
gether with the correct estimate on the
cotton receipts at New Orleans during
the first seven months of the present
•rotton year (September 1, 1809, to April
$1,500 If estimate is received during
$1,000 if estimate is received during
$000 if estimate Is received during March.
The .above are for the exact estimates;
here are besides these six prizes, rang-
•iig along. $500, $400, $250, $150, $125 and $75.
imounting to $1,500. that will be paid out
sure for the six nearest estimates to
**v Aew Orleans cotton receipts at any
ime during the three months of the con
gest. Hut you hit It exactly during Jan
uary and secure the full $1,500 prize
The Constitution believes somebody will
hit the figures exactly and expects to
•ay out the full amount of the prizes
•ffered—$3,000 in all. In a Constitution
•oiitesi upon the same subject In 1S96
Mr. R. T. Poole, of Capels Mills* N. C.,
hit the exact figures and received a
heck for $1,000 as his prize. Mr. Poole
lid not try to swell himself up at once,
but very generously paid off a mort
gage on his father’s'home place and with
the balance he very wisely educated him
self at Trinity college. Durham, N. C. Ho
is now doing well In business in North
Carolina: nnd lives still near his old home,
rt Is needless to say he Is a warm friend
f The Constitution.
As a guide In making estimates upon
the New Orleans ’'ort receipts. The Con
stitution gives the following figures, com-
niled from statistics of the past four
N.O. recta. N.O. reels. Total U. A
SEASON. Sep. 1- whole year, crop for
Mch. I. Sejxl-Auj*. 31. season.
1895-96 .1.020.974 1,812.167 7.157,346
1996-97 1,936.587 2.102.470 8.757.9M
t .897-98.*. 2.432.315 2.576.165 11.199.994
1S9S-99 1,854,153 2,130,296 11.274.SI3
The Constitution’s market page will
give each week the port receipts for the
cotton season from which you can always
«ce the New Orleans port receipts from
September 1. IS99. up through the Friday
immediately preceding the publication.
This will keep you posted to within two
or three days of the time you send in
It is believed that some of the Texas
crop, that as a rule is sent In bulk to
N T ew Orleans, will be diverted this year
to other points because of tho quaran
tine regulations against New Orleans.
The effort of Louisiana to havo quaran
tine raised by injunction from United
States courts will not have very soothing
effect upon tho direction of cotton shlp-
ments t<» New Orleans. This Is mention?!
simply as a pointer In making up esti
mates; how much to allow. If anything,
for this cause must bo left to each man’s
The $3,000 contest Is an express contract
to which The Constitution will stand In
every particular. Yet It-is In Its nature
simply nn advertisement*by which The
Constitution, comblin.1 with this pap.-r
mny be made better known In this com
munity. Send us the subscription to Tho
Constitution and our paper at the ad
vertised price of the two and with it
your estimate on' the Now Orleans port
receipts, nnd we will forward all together
for you. On April 1st we trust a $1,500
check will reach some of our subscribers
to help make times even more easy
round about us.
Tho Weekly Constitution for 1900 will
be better than ever before. Its special
news features are unsurpassed. The Hoe: -
British war. the Philippine nnd Cuban
operations, the busy session of tbe nu>s*.
Important congress that has eve
sembled, the beginning of the issu
the presidential campaign of this vea;
and the debates and speeches during Iti
progress; the final result of the Novcm
ber elections, tho development of th(
south’s great industrial movements; f d!
versified farm and village Industri -s an.'
thousands of other important tilings wi'.
be found fully and freely discussed in The
Weekly Constitution for the year. Th<
Farm and Farmers’ page, the Woman':
Kingdom, the Southern Pulpit, the Chil
dren’s Page and other Interesting depart'
ments will be ably conducted
be especially adapted to those addressed
The ringing editorials of The
speaking right out in r
what it means In the advocacy f in:
democratic doctrine and in behalf of th.
great Interests of the m.: •-
people, and protecting them from th
grasping greed of thoae-who wnyld wrin;
their earnings from their helpless hand-
are alone worth the subscription prl.-,
of the paper over and again.
The Constitution has long stood as th
champion of the people and has sent :t
shafts deep Into tho errors and evils thn
threaten and beset the masses, lt^* com
plete expose of the methods r.f Neill. r<
New Orleans, and the shattering of th
influence of this prophet of big entto
crops, and apostle of ruinously low pr..
and high priest of robbery, who has roc
the southern farmers hundreds of minicu
of dollars, ought to win for Tho r
tutlon the lasting gratitude of the wh d
south. The advice to farmers tr r —
Ize against the trust that would ,
th*- prlof f.TtiiiZ’-rs- and fortiii- : i
teri&is for the home compost he.ip. n'-
taking up the cudgel in behalf r
farmers against the combination thn
would put a fresh burden upon them. !
sound and valid, and ought to be hcede*!
The bulwark of the people’s rights an
the best method of defense will of:on h
found in a great paper, ably anu fearless
ly edited, upon which the people may r* l C
not only for news of the ordinary even:
of government, army and political life
but also for an alert foresight of the tren
of future events that
lasting damage. Th.
the breaking ddwn of the fertl
the upbuilding of all southerr
and the enlightenment of eve
farm and mountain home are i
Constitution’s many high alms and grc.
Ideas for 19G0. That these interests mn
all be well served, and with the same u:
swerving fidelity to the people that Tt
Constitution has always shown, got
The management of The Constltutloi
with Mr. Clark Howell as edit
and his well disciplined corr
writers, brilliant contributors and sp-vMa
correspondents, still under the u
leadership of Colonel William A. Hemp
hllf as business manager, win re
same for the new year. * he
tlon’s long and honorable ousines
keeping faith with the people l
contracts, contests and engager
well as in Its consistent aufl. gg
editorial fairness, places it a mo
reliable institutions of our coi
which the people may depend.
With such a great general ne
covering the world- news and w
national questions. >\ u will, ol
need the best and llvest local pa
lng current local topics and ti
and best news and freshest c
upon events of * '
stitutlon will b
our readers. Th
downfall of Xe
t„ your credit. Make you
plain, unmistakably plain.