Mexican Mustang Liniment
.cures Lameness, Soreness, Stiffness and Spavin in horses.
/' The surest way
\ w t° cure
Xa f Powder Burns,
/ \\ \ Scalds from
1 tv) or Water,
J \ severe the case
4 may be, is to
saturate a piece
of soft, old linen cloth with
and bind it loosely over the wound.
It gives quick relief from the sting
ing, smarting agony, prevents inflam
mation from developing, heals the sore
with a haste that is most gratifying,
and so thoroughly that it seldom
leaves a scar. Keep tho cloth wet with tho liniment.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
cures Bumblefoot, Frosted Combe, etc., in Poultry.
To Those who Desire to be
Always Well Dressed
Yet may be perplexed regarding the means for gratifying that
desire at the least possible cost, we suggest our Mail Order De
partment. We fill out-of-town orders the day they are receiv
ed. Money sent with order is promptly and cheerfully re
funded if goods sent do not please, or we send C. 0. D., sub
ject to examination ; or when satisfactory references are sent
we send goods on approval. Write for handsome illustrated
booklets — sent free; ask for numbers desired.
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Norfolk Suit. B—Flannel uit. 9—Top Coats. 10—Liveries and Uniforms. 11—Fur
nishings. I—Shoes. 13—uit Cases, Bags and Hat Boxes.
14 Piece Outing Suit. 15—3-Piece Suit. 15 —Norfolk Suit. 16 —Boys’ Sailor Suit.
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Seasons and Styles.
Come and go but the appetite remains the same.
Fine Steaks and Roasts^
Are as necessary and as much wanted this season as last and
we are still in the market to supply these wants. \\ e will take your
orders by phone, or otherwise, and deliver promptly. Our meats,
fish and oysters are always fresh and first-class.
P. F, HATTHEWS & SON
P. S. J. W. Stocks is with us and solicits the patronage of his
Wright & Carfield
Bankers and Brokers.
52 Brodway, * New York.
Branch Offices: 30 West 23d St. 219 West 125th St.
Orders solicited for the purchase or sale of
STOCKS. BONDS. GRAIN. COTTON.
in any amounts for cash or on moderate margin
How To Make More Than 50 per cent. A Year on Your money
Buy 100 Shares United State Steel Common (say 43) on 3 percent, margin.
Margin deposited . ..
Interest on deposit 0%,
4% Dividend on 100 Shares Steel Common, , ; w
Less 6% interest on 100 shares Steel Common, ■ ♦258.00
This is over 50 percent, a year on your investment without considering
ANY advance in the stock at ail. and we have no hesitancy in saying that
we fully believe this stock will sell a CREAT DEAL higher.
A Big Bull Market
The Indications are, that we are on the verge of one of the biggest bull
markets the country has ever known. Jt is rumored that .oi ‘ ■ .
backed by a pool of s2so,ooo.ooocomposedl of J Ilerpont Morgan, Marshal
Field. John J Mitchell, President Illinois Trust Cos.. Mwre Bros and sev' rai
other capiatalists, for the purpose of putting pnees venr much higher. We
would advise the immediate purchase of all good dividend paying
as Manhattan. St Paul, Kook Island. Atchison common..steelland I eoples Gas.
Write for Special Letter Giving Full Details.
THE BARNESVILLE NEWS-GAZETTE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902.
Guatemala's National Bird
The republic of Guatemala dec
orates its coat of arms, its stamps
and its official documents with the
picture of a beautiful parrot. The
bird is of a rich green color, with
tufted head and a long tail, which
frequently grows to a length of 4
or 5 feet.
It is found only in the forests
of Guatemala. The green parrot
quetzal, as it is called, has been
made the national emblem of
Guatemala, just as the American
eagle has become the national em
blem of the United States.
The Guatemalans are very proud
of their national bird; have written
many songs and poems about it.
The parrot was selected for the
national emblem because it was
found very bard to catch, and tra
dition says that when once im
prisoned it always kills itself
rather than remain in captivity.
The Guatemalans say that this
bird which so skillfully eludes
capture and dies rather than sur
render, is typical of their own
country and its people.
The quetzal lives in the wildest
parts of the mountains, and never
visits the neighborhood of the
towns or cities. The only parrots
ever brought out of the forests are
caught by the native Indians.
The parrots are too wary to be
caught in a trap. The Indians
first watch the parrots sometimes
for days at a time until they dis
cover their haunts. Then they
smear the limbs of surrounding
trees with thick glue.
The parrot perches on the sticky
limb, and is held fast. The na
tives remove the bird from the
limbs by the simple expedient of
cutting off their feet.
No parrot has ever been brought
from its forest home alive. They
struggle desperately when caught,
and when they find they cannot
escape they kill themselves, so it
The natives say that the birds
always commit suicide in the same
way, by pecking at their breasts
until the jugular vein is exposed.
A final peck severs the artery and
and the bird quickly bleeds to
death. The quetzal dies, hut nev
The green parrot stuffed, but
with its feet missing, is to he
found in natural history museums
all over the world, llut no one
has ever succeeded in keeping a
specimen alive in captivity—New
TO MY FRIENDS.
It is with joy I tell you what Kodol
did for me. I was troubled with my
stomach for several months. Upon
being advised to use Kodol, I did so,
and words cannot tell the good it has
done me. A neighbor had dyspepsia
so that he had tried most everything.
I told him to use Kodol. Words of
gratitude have come to me from him
because I recommended it —Geo. W.
Fry, Viola. lowa. Health and strength
of mind and body, depend on the
stomach, and normal activity of the
digestive organs. Kodol, the great
reconstructive tonic, cures all stomach
and bowel troubles, indigestion, dys
pepsia. Kodol digests all the food
you eat. Take a dose after meals.
Jno H. Blackburn.
L. Holmes. Barnesville, Ga.
Cream Cheese and Fruit.
A cream cheese to be served with
fruit is made light by beating up
the cheese with a little olive oil.
When it is soft and light, it is
pressed into shape again before it
is cut into pieces for serving. It
should be sliced about an inch thick
and served on a pjate with a spoon
ful of whipped cream on it and a
spoonful of gooseberry or currant
jam at the side.
New Rainbow Glass.
There are many dainty vases in
what used to be called rainbow
glass. Some of the prettiest shapes
are in the small vases large enough
for one or two flowers. An odd
vase that stands in little danger of
breaking has a bulb of solid glass
as its base, long and slender stem
holding just enough water for one
flower. This, however, i3 in plain
JUST LOOK AT HER.
Whence came that sprightly
step, faultless skin, rich rosy
complexion, smiling face. Here’s
her secret. She uses Dr. King’s
New Life Pills. Result,—All
organs active, digestion good, no
headaches, no chance for “blues.”
Try them yourself. Only 25c at
W. A. Wright.
A DAY AT THE SPRINGS.
jjS ——■ —
l’iCnickfi’S From Barnesville F.n.joy
Themselves at Pike's Popular
Early Tuesday morning a party
of Barnesvilleians left in the band
wagon for Pine Mountain Springs
to spend the day at that well
known water resort. A jolly
crowd it was that composed the
aggregation, and each one present
seemed to hugely enjoy themselves.
At a late hour the party return
ed home, and a most enjoyable
day it was.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. F.
iM. McLean, Mrs. G. W. Speigle,
Mrs. Mary Neiman, Misses Velicia
LeSeuer, Effie Whitten, Myrtice
| Seltzer, Minnie Neiman and Miss
J Franklin; Messrs. Joe Franklin
• and Sam Crawford.
Attend The Barbecue.
On Thursday, August 14th, is
the day set. apart for the big bar
becue at. Gogginsville, given by
the people there for the benefit of
The good women of the church
have incurred an indebtedness of
about SIOO in repairing and put
ting in seats for the church and
the barbecue is for the purpose of
raising this sum. It will he an
enjoyable day for all who attend.
A splendid barbecue dinner is
promised and the promise will be
The citizens of the community
will exert themselves to make
everybody enjoy the occasion, and
it will certainly be a pleasant day.
It is a good cause and there should
be a large attendance, from
Barnesville and the entire sur
For Over Sixty Years.
Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup
has been used for over sixty years
by millions of mothers for their
children while teething with per
fect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer im
mediately. Sold by druggists in
every part of the world at 25 cents
a bottle. Be sure ask to for Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing syrup, and
take no other kind.
THE COUNCIL’S PROCEEDINGS.
Council Chamber, )
BaknesviLle, Ga., Ann. 5, 1902 \
Regular meeting of council cull
ed to order by the Mayor—Present
aldermen Cochran, Anderson,
Murphey and Jordan. Absent
Gray and Bennett.
Finance committee recommend
ed payment of the following bills
and same ordered paid.
Coupons Gordon Institute $120.00
Street and public property 31.25
Elec Lt and Water works 179.05
Finance committee read report
from Dispensary commission and
motion was made that Clerk and
Treasurer address communication
asking what profits had been made
by dispensary the past year.
Finance committee reported
that report of Clerk and Treas.
and also report of Sect, and Treas.
of Trustees of Gordon Institute
had been checked and found cor
rect and same were approved.
Clerk and Treas. reported that
the assessors of property for taxes
had completed their duties.
Clerk and Treas. was instructed
to issue notice of registration and
ejection of three aldermen and one
dispensary commissioner, and to
call on and request city attorney
draw such notice.
The following three gentlemen
were elected registrars for the
coining election, W P. Holmes,
J. M. Aikin and' \\. I. Respess.
Motion was made that ordinance
providing for paving of sidewalks
be adopt' and and same carried.
Nothing further, minutes read
and approved and council adjourn
W. B. Smith,
J. A. Blalock, Mayor.
Clerk & Treas.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
" ■ ■
ANl’gctablc Prcparationfjr As
similating the Food andßcgula
ting die Stomachs and Bowels of
ness anti Rest. Contains neittier
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
PumfJcat ,W- \
Atx .Smn* • J
Rmtk,lU Utr - I
Amt Seed ' t
A perfect Remedy forConstlpn'
Ron. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss or SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature of
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
Next Leap Year.
The next leap year will occur in
1904. The Julian method of inter
calation supposed the year to lie
eleven minutes fourteen seconds
too long. This makes a day on 128
years. At the time of the council
of Nice, in 825, the equinox, which
fell on March 25, when the calen
dar was introduced, was found to
fall on March 21, and when the
reformation of the calendar was
made in 1522, the equinox to its
proper place Pope Gregory XIII
directed that ten days be suppress
ed in the calendar; and as tho
error of the Julian intercalations
was found to be throe days m 400
years, he ordered the intercala
tions to be omitted on all centen
ary years excepting those which
are multiples of 400. According
to the to the Gregorian rule of
intercalation, therefore, every
year of which the number is divis
ible by four, without a remainder
is a leap year, excepting the een
turial years, which are only years
when divisible by four, after omit
ting two ciphers. Thus 1600 was a
leap year, but 1700, 1800 and 1900
common years; 2<XXJwill be a leap
year, and so on.
A NECESSARY PRECAUTION.
Don’t neglect a cold. It is worse than
unpleasant. It is dangerous. By using
One Minute Cough Cure you can cure
it at once. Allays inflamation, clears
the head, soothes and strengthens the
mucous membrane. Cures coughs,
croup, throat and lung troubles. Abso
lutely safe. Acts immediately. Child
ren like it.
Jno. H. Blackburn,
Ao Ancient Draughtboard.
What is described as an “ancient
draughtboard” has been discovered
in Crete. It must by all accounts be
a fine piece of work, since it is com
posed of natural crystal, ivory, gold
and silver, but it is by no means
unique. Chess, draughts or the
game from which both are derived
was known to nearly all the ancient
civilizations, and Greek and Egyp
tian hoards are hy no means un
Jirnly—What are you thinking so
Birnly- I am trying to figure out
which would be the most sport, to
go out in an automobile and get
after people or go out with a rifle
and get after automobilists.—Town
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THE QCNTAUR COMPANY. NSW YORK OITT.
University of Georgia.
102nd Jesslon. September ieth, 1902
No tuition to residents of state
except in Law School. In Agri
culture, Short Winter Course, One
Year Course, and Full Course
Dormitory room free. Excellent
board in Denmark Hull SB.OO per
month. Write for handbook and
catalogue to Walter B. Hill,
Athens, Ga. Chancelor.
■ I have had occasion to use you rM
Stock and Poultry Medi- %
cine and am pleased to say that i never ■
used anyth'iiy; for stock that gave halt as 3
good satisfaction. I heartily recoin- I
mend it to all owners of stock. §
J. B. BELSHRR. St. Louis, Mo. I
Hick stock or poultry should not 1}
cat cheap t<x;k food any more than 9
sick personh should expect to be
cured by food. When your stock
and poultry art: Hick give ihein med
icine. Don’t Htulf them with worth-
Ichh ntock foods. Unload the bowels
and stir up the torpid liver and the
animal will he cured, if it be possi
ble to cure it. Black-Draught Stock
and Poultry Medicine unloads the
bowels and stirs up the torpid liver.
It cures every malady of stock if
taken in time. Secure a 25-cent can
of Black-Draught Stock and Poultry
Medicine and it will pay for itself ten
timesover. Horses work better. Cows
give more milk. Hogs gain flesh.
And hens'ay more eggs. It solves the ■
problem of making as much blood, B
flesh ami energy as possible out of I
the smallest amount of food con- ■
sumed. Buy a can from your dealer. 1
p-;- : 1 —.
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EXCURSION TO CALIFORNIA
VIA MISSOURI PACIFIC
Tickets on sale to either Sau-
Francisco or Los Angeles and re
turn at very low rates, August Ist.
to August 7th.
Final limit to return Sept. 80th.
For further infbrmation write I.
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