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every day lu the year. and nr*n to
subscribers to tin- city, or sen' by mo i.
at 70 itat a motiir U*A Jor ix month*,
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nt.i by money order, ehec k or regist Ted
letter, Furrency eent by moll at H*k ot
Transient advertisement*, ot nor ttian
#p* i*J column. l>cal or reading v.tl*w*.
amusements and cheap or etui nol mn,
10 cental a line Fourteen lli-e* <>*
typo—equal to cm ein h in depth—4 th ,x
Itatid ir l <>( tii aiurenrnt OontraC ratoo
•141 dlMSMinli made known on app.lo^tlon
#t lu - ■ no!a oft. e
Order* f r delivery of the Mom
New# to either or place e?
budiHva can be nu le by mall or by tele
phone No 210. Any Img datll> In deliv
ery mould be Immediately repot#*
let tri and telegram# a touUS be ad
dre##ed M W* Hw a< nah
orrit K. n Perk n-ai,
New York city. 11. C. Faulkner. Manager
IJDLX TO m ADUJIIIStMEJiTi
Ma-tlnr—Clinton IxxVs*. No M. F nnil
Spo-UI Nottrc* Hum Rprlng*
YV*<t:, Palma ni .1 Hoax*- Painting. Sa
Tanniih Building Kupi'ly Com|tny
ItuatnOM Nattwn-lartf Htnk.- Bmuklns
To!m* co. Ilclirv ttokmiun A Son. Wholc-
Mlr ISatrlhulor.', Franklin *inar.
The New Yew and the Ota Hango—The
Aliitu.il Ga* IJktit romjwni
Cerou. The Straight Front P
I'hrtitroo Trouble* Are Over Now
laiMi.i) A Morgan.
Juvenile Blcyeica. Stoves. Range-. Fur
nace* —Win A H. il. Lei l l l more.
lagai N'otloe—ln the Matter of I). J
Hlarkl.urn of Ware County. Bankrupt.
Herf—lJehlg * Extract of Beef
Washing Powder —IVarllm*.
Sar* <—Le a A Perrin'* Worcestershire
Cooking OH—Wesson's Odorre* Cooking
Mineral Water— Hunyndl Janos
Medlc.il-Castorla. Hostetler * Stomach
Bitter*. Munyoti* Rheumatism Cure; It
R, R; Mother* Friend; Hr. Kilmers
Swamp Root; Stuart * l>y*pi—la Tablet*.
Cheat. Column Advertisement#—Help
Wanted; Employment Want'-! For Rent,
For Sule; Host; Personal, Muicellan.ou*.
Thw ind>. alton* for CnorgU to-day are
fe: fair wonther, fre>h westerly winds,
motnlnc variable, and for E*t*rn Klor
Ida, lair w.athrr. wind* mostly fresh
The expert* of the llnance department
of the state of New York have pretared
a table showing that the total cost of the
Uw department I* twelve cents per cap
ita of population per year.
Two Nebraska men have lust engaged
In an "egg-sucking” contesi. The winner
gnt away with seventy-two egg* 111 eleven
minute*. It would b. Interesting lo have
a match between this ciiaaipton and a
certain ek-Governor of Missouri, of whom
one of hla former friends la quoted a*
saying. "Ha sucks eggs, but he hides the
When the l*>n<Yon corrs*pandwiK* tied
j„- s; -Circe *nd dull they wrlle of the
yuern s health. For about the hundredth
time they are reporting tier to be feeble,
almost blind ami generally In a bad way
physically. Meanwhile It would hardly
be taking any risk to predict that ahe U
In no Immediate danger of dissolution,
bot will eatend bar reign well Into the
Itumm the *• fr d *>* #*• “**'* <,i “
paten.-* - contain lt.u -bout <*
purnin* tu tltoth imitattoat ton
,- tauw at ctolta..-n* f..ttval* Atrto>
two auoh iraedle luv. !■■*> reported
Notwit helaieJin* in*-** •<* occurrence*
irauapir* Christmas Christmas.
aaam 16 train nothin* front thrtn,
and Qumlnuo to dt<sa their children la>
IPoLiret and uioat H.tUmnmU* materials
and rt-nd I ham to Wa> ainldrl ll*med
. e retire on fhrlatiua* tr*—a.
tvJa.nd (I. Dean, iln' Bellevue Hospital
nurMi who li 1 hattted In N**a York with
having <•*• <hr diath of on* of hi*
marge... an insane patient. 1* South
Carolinian. Ho la ‘torn Bpartanbur*.
whore Mm foroly la i>rorula-nt and hl*idy
esteemed. Dean was for a tint.- a report
er on a Charieaton new*|aper. Several
Bpartanbuif! men. friends of the family,
have K<Mt< to New York Ui '.;! Desui
in hia defecate bi-fore the coroner when
the care comet* up to-m<trrow. They say
that the yotutK man 1* tmopaWa of such
brutality aa ta charged asalnat lint
•There la rone- rt aeon In the claim o(
tree Weal Point t *h-!e that a little Ju-
Ui. tour hakin* la often neceaaary to take
the wtareii of conceit out of a nowunmer
and make him know that he ia not above
hi* fellow.. Mat V >oun* |.ri* wllh a
lwilier Who ia rich or influential, or both,
*oe* to roUvKe with a rase of eweile-l
head He imagine* thai U** auae h* |e the
• non of somebody ite ntuat he drum i to.
VS hen cOtla*e men gel tiold of a care like
that, what they do "la a plenty” to tiring
the new arrival down out of the cloud*,
’laial. iiow* v. r, t. no ex use for brutality.
Arthur White, a aoclety man of lllooro
fl. Ui. N. J , ta a oli kl- In and a nickle
out. He ta. or wan*, ait amateur "wrtsttrd/’
atvl to* other night < allowing a com
pany of ft tend* .omc of hi* trick*. He
told Uiem that he would balance a nlckle
on hia lower lip and ranee it to dlaappear.
Juat a* tie had It balanced a newcomer
entered the room. Recognising the ma
gician but not reailalng whwt be • up
to, the newcomer gave him a friendly
, ••**l' •*" the hark. The nloklr dtrappeared,
atn. enough but not in the right way.
P weni down While a throat. ia
how It chancea that bv u • ulckle lu end
IIHITIMI I. %< K OF
In th*lr < ’hrlstma* editorials :!• Ixm
tloti papers comment at tble
lenflh on ih* rontllUon of affair* to Houtti
Africa While they find #*lUfActlou In
th.* fart Ui.vt the a;lMvai that rested Otk the
Hfitlik |Mfipli lint I>i*tcm}er !• not no
noticeable tbl# 1•* ©vnter they take ck.
canton to remind the people that there are*
four tlm**v a# many tr.to Houth Afrl
' tlier* were a year ago The* Htattdurd
at <x>rdto* to th# dbquldle# inoratt/* -
P*n th* etr.iiiK* lack # pr>lltlcHl fori*-
oiahf r.rlujr tbr t hara* t*r and wllim
of th* of*eratlon M4falnnt th** tloe rn.
It hate Wn rnly ai*out tlirw- month*
tha minlatry tumuunent Hint th* *ar
e%ae* over .hat Ihrrv remain* I only a tit -
tie o|mm it ion ant that that waa of a
.A**rrtila characiar Ho c ertain a a th
ini* tutr> that the* war woa over that Jx*r<i
ltA>t***rtM wms alvei. p-rml**i>ri to retutn
to l utui t • woik of brliiKlna ■
!ar*tM |uri of th** nrniy hnm iwgun
In %t*%v of r* *nt devilotimente the*
ailtitiM of th* Htaruiard n**e*mi to be* iua
tl’Urti N(#f i!y hi' Hi- bring lute >f
troop* iiotnr twin >*toi*f**<t, but relnfor.e—
m**nte h> U ing rent lo tl ** *t• of . -
that 1 i;l*e**l. It look* aa If Ihe H*#iih
Afr .ti urr hal laktn on i.<* Uf*.
The charK* haa k*n maU* that ttiv min*
tntry ufwlrrtook to cr**et*Y the* Imi>r**-ulon
that th* ever hmji over for the fairf****-
of Influen* Ing the election. Th* |>oUtlrt]
juiia kti li.hl Ju.t and there wje
f**et| ef <Miit tUim to 11-ur* th** e*l mr i*M
of a Parliament favorable to the irovern
m*rit. # rte fovernment wn u^rJ* 0 •' by
a very large majority, but no roonrr had
It got th** tmkrt*f*K*nt of the people than
It rronral out th.it the ir n.- not over
—that. In f i t. the Roern were uliout a**
active a- ever and th.t It would require
another and |*rbttps • ie*ater effort, to
eatabllah Rrltlnh* authority.
It In probably unjuet to the ministry
to aruMirne tha’ II knew that the war wa*
n*n near It- end -that It* furp*e*e In .t
-•pitinK that It wan over wae to have lt
ban*- 0f |*o\v* r *te|>*le<l It W*e mile|
an to the M* tual • ondttkm of affalri*. an l
that I* w nat the Standard mean# when
It rail* ttendon to the Mraw U*k of
p*dltl.al foreoight legardlng the condl’lon
of affilrn In South Afri a
The Hr Itleh ireople fewl that ultimately
they man b* run e*anful. They cannot
ree how It Ia p loeihle for a handful of
farm* r> tt rev*wt. v *-r> rr.u h longer, more
than *i*.dM* traUieel Itrltlnh Mold term.
1: might be w**ll for them, however not
to he too sanguine about th* final re
sult There is undoubtedly .• chance for
the Boer*, though ft awwHirs to be a very
slender one. I’nAer the lemlershli* of I>e
Wet they are doing wonderful righting
And there is rii>*atl#faction In the whole
of Houth Afrl< u Th** movement In favor
of establishing a South African republic,
which shall Include all of the republic*
an*l colonies, leaving to Great Britain
only a couple of cooling stations, 1* gain
Great Britain h.i# already spent over
HtO.tOMBO In her effort •* conquer the
floers. are! h**r taxpayer* arc beginning
to grumble. If the war should continue
another year the sentiment ftn England
agutnat the w*r would be vastly stronger
than It l* now It might I*e strong enough
to elect a Eg filament that would treat
with the Boers and *fTer term* of |* a*e
they would b* willing to aacept.
It Is sail that since the recent suc
cesses of the Boer# Mr Kruger ha# be
come stiff-necked He 1# not so anxious
tor arbitration a# he wwe He seem* to
think llvat the Boer# are capabl** of win
ning their Indvpendactce. If l>© W*\ *ail>
had a sutßrlem nuirtber of men to make
a good-sized army h* would **• Justlfltsl
in being stiff-necked. I'ndet tiu- circum
stances, however, he would show wisdom,
in ail probability, by not neglecting any
opportunity of making favorable peace.
fiKTait roHTI *B OF THI* i K\-
Among lh* wonderful thing- of tm* • •*
tui, mIMZ tiering iir- M r. at for tun* -
accumu.at*d within u roaiparativtdy few
yn. .Andrew Carnegie and Joint D.
Rockefeller are not old mm yet. liul# *d
they are in the prim** of lit#* and yet each
of them ha a forum#* of etupendoup pro
ißirtkovu*. U l* popularly believed that
Mr. Carnegie's fortune to as mod i"
9U0.000.a00 and that Mr. Rockefeller** i*
mort* than $80,000,000. And the fortune of
each Is grow gig at h won<!erful rate.
It nuui not be forgotten that neither
of three mrti began with h fortune. Mr.
Carnegie landed In thl* country from
ikoUend when Mi.l a youth with only a
Uw dollar* |n hi* pocket. Hr borrowed
Du from mii uncle mKii which to im h
New York. He hud talent, industry ai l
great furor of character and hi* advance
ment was rapid. He mid the foundation
of the great eterl plant which bears hie
name, and which now yields u revenue
of S4<*.OUO.OUO u year, with only sl.2&*.
Mr Rockefeller began us bookkeeper
Being a far-sighted man hr early became
of it* of ths chief factors in the t*‘ aiidarJ
ou ttotnpany. He manage*! wUeiy ni l
iovttited with judgment. Now he has a
great U*l more wealth tb.in he know
what to do wltlik He has too much to in*
nappy. He is an object of envy of thous
ands of pH>plr, and no doubt he Is impor
tun'd constantly by many who are irs*
fertunate fur •* snare of hi* wealth. Hi*
•laughter Nftid recently. In tin Interview
iu Vienna, that, notwithstanding her
HMiiih. she was not happy. Riches d>
| not bring dmppiness.
There an hundred* of great forlune-t
wui' i have been nw>i*' In the last half
<entur>. Those of Mr. Carnegie and Mr
Rockefeller arc specially mentioned hs<
| c.iuae they sr#- ta largest. WUI tiu* com*
i lug centur) wunwM the ut-cumu Ist loti of
mjcli vast fortunes ie have tern accUßlu
-1 Intel ui the latter half of this** For the
ko*ml of the country it Is to be hoped not
I**l*# week In Berlin a hunker of the
name of Sternberg. several lime# h mil
lionaire. was convicted of crime* against
moralMy arid sentenced to two urxl a half
year* In |>rtaon. It can he Mild for the
law <our * of (J< rinany aml England nllkc
that the possession of money hy a de
fendant aeldum If ever Influence# their
find!hk* In a case. Till* ha* been aeon
In a number of Instances of late, (fan a*
much be xald for the court* of our own
country? We often *ee In the United
lo brink a rich man 10 trial, and equally
difficult lo * ecu re 111* conviction Our
court* are not venal, of courc. but by
ome mean* or other the very rich roan
usually manage* to bp through the Un
ger* sf Justice.
THE MOHNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1900.
ITHLIt l%tl*lto \ I MI.M' l> r%\oit
Thar** duo* not e-in t !*• nny do rot
about eh* i* tf* I tie I4*vr r>*l Ilr
-lior Idil and mtlally .1* It vmi re|Krt I
ty the Kivrr ami llarlMr ‘’ommlttee
IX* *-1* r. in ah Hit* rv*-w in the Morr ing
N*%%e and or tw ago, threw out t>‘
that ** might t. change*l
eo#ne |Kirticuiar by th* Senate, nnd ttra*
!In conference commit**** ther** might t*'
a <kpoltion to cut •w• v *m* of u •
llt etna, in order to r*i'i** t?e amount ? -
re.| trv the ht 4. but tner* !*• no re • n
’* f-ar that tin appropriation for Sava
nah'a har*>r will be cut down. To* Rot
ate MeUkrm reduce* any of the item?* D
doer, however eomc tirn*— M several mil
lion • to the • id In the effort to gratify
individual eetiatora who w**#i’ <> allow
thesr eon at ttiiervf 4 that t tey live aome
infltien e in g< tilii# tt|proj>riation*. Th***-
addition* often make trouble In the
onfaren* •* eommltt* * with tae r* *tilt •'
rauulng ti♦ m** originally put Into the ti!
by the Houec to be cut Savanna .
however, hap 1 good friend on th# Com
mittee on Comtirri v in S**ritor (, lay. ll*
will nee to It that the ( propr.af <*o for
Savannah harbor 1 m not Inferf*rrd with
in th* Senate While It is* true 1 .hat the
| bit! provide* for the* expenditure of !*•
acpM.i, irmly about 120.0/M> |** nvallal-h*
1 dtir.og tti< Ixl yr.tr. .M ' of t<* IS"-
•Njri ooo ia npirropriatnl cm •’ontimilng con-
••#. and will not all be r|air. If It
-i.oukt b- Hppr*f>riittcl, for nunilnr o'
It * m•* from wh.it .*-ome of the men*
e> of the lIoUm ar* -aylng that it
*voidd fa poe-t‘*le to 1 i*i■ — a River in I
H irix.r bill r;y|i.g a mu. h lii#j*<
• mount. Heprc*-< nt.tive Achc*on •'
IVongy:vanla *# iuc#t* and ** -nying
"We could pne'c 1 bill pproprlatmg
tl&MOo.uju tor river and tiarimr Improve
liventn Wn cMi.y 1- ii* ntlm*nt of Co* •
* e **vw helming v In favor of liberal
t • xpendlt ure* for rnprovc*m*nte of th!*
, i *ra ter. fait the people everywhere
| t roug* atilt the I'nited Suit*** or** In fa
vor of tncn The epirlt of expansion and
prog re# m U U)*on ui*. and nothing will b*
je rmltled to st.ud |n the* wa> of our coiti
rner. lal upbuilding and *upr* imo y. I have
not the -i.ghieri doubt that publb o|*lii
ioci waul I i>* |ui<'k to MitH'ain <*ongre#a
in the appropriation of lUKMMMAR) for
! river and iiariMir Improvement#.*’ v
The inference from thl# might be that
I Congreip |.4 inclined to be extravagant
und that before *he #e##!on 1# over there
will be very little of the eurptu# left. It
• k>e not *e*ni to ti** ttaii the lf<>tie>’# ae
j tlon in the matter of th# River and Har
\ b>r bill l# Indicative of a Mplrlt of #>-
travagrtnre It j- be*er #0 #petal the pe*>-
pie # ukot.ev in making improvemetita that
, vvl.l a# lnt the * ounry # commerce than
in pavm penvion# to fa'tk*gi# who an
netter able tc earn a living than are
I ’hou*- nda of tnoae who are taxed to ral--
money f*r fvetieloua
tiii: nit** mit i <i hir.ii.
Th** N# w V rk paper are full of a
count# of a i*ryk ttedween Bos# Plait
and Gov. Itoooevelf. N* w York R**pub!i
can iHilltlc* I# of comparatively little In
teres! in this part of the country, but this
announcement of coldness between the
Vic* President -eh.***! and th** lt**publi an
dn tutor In New York b worth more flam
a |Ms#itt|? notice, because of the fa t tha:
It l# the quite general Impression tlhd
Mr Platt brought mlksh the nom tuition
of Gov. Itooeevelt for Vic© President In
order to get ril of him In New York
H was paid at the im< of the
meeting of th** lb jHjblh an N itioiail Con
vention. that Gov Roosevelt lid not want
the vice presidential man inn tlon. lie want
ed to be Governor of New York for another
term, thinking that he would then stand
a chance of #u* t * ding Mr McKinley a#
President He though: if he Ihccwpied the
vice pretiden'lal nomination hi# (sdithul
career would Ih* practically nt an end
whether elected or defeated. It seems,
♦hat he had to accept the vice presiden
tial nomination. ar.*l ever - nee he ha#
not been feeling very ktndly toward# Mr
A day or two igo he removed from of
fice the district attorney of Xewr Yprk
county, and namul a Hry#r llemorrat to
fill his place. Now It Is said that Mr
Flail und all o( the I'latt followers are
angry with the tiovernor. 'Hu* pwltwHi
taken Is that Mr Platt ought to hav
lK*en consulted. No doubt the latter would
have racrmtmended the appointment of
someone whc*m he could have controlled
The fact that tlov. Roosevelt did not
consult with any of the machine Repub
lb uns scstns to sustain the story that
there is not the best of feeMn* between
thr Governor and the ls>e. and that Hu*
boss did prevent the Governor from hav
ing his w.iy In the matter of another
term as Governor. The Governor, feeling
probably that hs has nothing mort to
giitn by respecting the wishes of the* boss,
has apparently determined to respect the
interests of the public during tile f*-w re
maining days of hia occupancy of the
Governor's ofllce. There is no doubt th*
he entered public life with a determln.
niton to Is* a reformer and to win a repu
twtPMi for doing what he ballevod to Is
for tlve public goo*l It would be interest
ing to know how near he came to living
up to hi* good Intentions. The general tro
prrsskn is that he found the bos* a much
stronger man than ha thought him nU
tlsit fraquen ly he was compelled to foi
! tow u line of action In public matters
| that disturlied hts and was
! rendemned by hts judgmewt The road
| usually travelled by the successful polltl
4.an is on#* in which a good man rinds
man> rough places.
A special from liMibvlH*, Kv.. *■'#
Ihat Hoberl Soake*. who teltlllrd aa.iln*!
Caleb Power* ha* inalc an affljavlt in
whh h he confesses that lie tesiilled false
ly According lo Ihe story he lell* h
wa* kept drunk until hi* testimony **
wanted, and then he wws given a certain
amount of money for auch evidence a#
the prosecution wanted. Tine make# a
rather sensational newpaper Item, bu
aupportlmt evidence will have to b*
fort aconitine lefoce tt whl be iteiierally
accepted. It Isn't reasonable to *uppoe
that reputable lawyer* would undertake
to deprive me#i of (heir five* on per
jured testimony If they were bad nuiufa
lo undertake eucb business they would
hardly do o because of the risk of de
tection Noakes must he a . anddiate for
the Insane asylum.
The love letlrr* of Victor Hugo arc
now being published. No* long ago the
love letter* of Itobert and Kllaaheth
Krownlnic were made public, a* were also
those of Bismarck The only way lo
guard against the vulgar exposition of
such private correspondence Is lo require
the deetrtiotlon of the let let* a* they err
received; or better, never to write them.
An oJd #;lk- reported from th- fitjr
of Mexico The beggar* are on ntrik*
against a rree nt edict of the governrn-nt
to the effect that *eglng will not be per
mit *ed Iy who oatinot allow that
iney arc* entirely without other mean#
#utport. Mac. u* alley. al# well known 1#
• ne of th, chief iiHliratrle of the M *xl an
capital There are prcbatly m'jre b* g*
c-ar- there in pro|H>rtion to
ii. any . r city on the American
*oi-:lnent I .'very - .urdi and pubii
building lv infested with them, and the
w* li-to-lo tourist find# life • burden le
mult of them. They regard the govein
rm-tifj* u'tion •* dire t -md vinwarrant
*l blow at their |sen*onal Itbsrtjr. nd
in.<mm matmr of M are being livid
i to prol*‘*t again at tin* new law
*’c#im la**i .rd von Blumeuthil who.“<
*1- ath In It rdn w- rejwted in th* dl-•
(• ihi) or two sgo wait th# oldest
Me**l mar-tial In the Oerman army anl
l>: Nurvlvor of thr mar hala w .0
• ♦•atcd the Germa Empire ll* wa up
w mb* of m!*ty vear* old For f!fy
ve.ir# In* took <1 prominent part In no
of th* in itMrv m tlvdty of hi# country.
1 luring :c}| that unv Imwever, he nevei
l-d in army in the field and lo ver fo igiv
( * batti* in hi* own name . bi*r he ko
•m honor* *1 e*iv a*or and eo-o|..*r,itor with
VN ilh tm I. n*l voiv \|o.tk*i
1 l-oug efore ol# d**.ith von Hiumvntaal
; *.♦#! n-c-n to th* highest possible rank In
, ;he Gorman army.
—• m ■ ■'
Mo l*uk of iioter continue* to
furr.iMh h*- New York newspaper* with
I*ily Morlcf. Among the lat**t lu*m# of
inter* >4 < one* ruing turn j* the that
j ?il* f,ither-In-law. Eugene /.immnm .n of
j Ohio, railway president and Standard Oil
magnate. Ig# ju-t paid fbk*.oo of hh* debts
j and given him a round sum of . aMi with
! which U> U'gin life a# .< married man.
Another item is that th* Duke stands
j m arly six feet high, weigh# 2US pound#,
j ‘••“I - pound# of steak at a
*ft:ttfkg. Many | r>**>n# have an Mb Ith i*
| roost mode rn duke# .* hollow • heek I
j i,r “l #|>!ndle-#hanked This young fellow*
Hc-em# •* I ti c op|M>#lte.
> Th* German Emperor was at le*tx
llngen >n D*. 1, when tli* census w.*#
tak* ii uwl he till* l uo hi# own ear*l t’n
•l* r the heading "profession. ’* h* wr*fe
"Ge rnan Dm|eror. King of Prtisshi." Th**
•'•il wa fr.*in* .I. and I# to # k |*t In the
municipal archives of the palace, while
a certlfieil copy ha# been rrta le of It and
*• n in with the other cards.
William Court Gully ha# been chosen
#|H*.ik* i of th* Hou-i of Ccamnon# for a
third i< tin The incumlient of thi# *m
fortahie |Mvs|tlcm draw- a salary of tS>.O)
and on liie reiirevnent from the office
act# an annual |* nsion of |21,900. besides
being elevated to the perag' A# #p** k
-**r h* I# prov Med with .i line mansion lor
entertain,ok on a large scale.
--William McFadden. a Hardin minty
tfihlo) f*r>cer. was severely jm Idled *t
th** petit entiary becaus** Ike Insisted on
wearing creased trouser# He demanded
of th* guard that ho be suopiie I with
fr*#h ct t>v**d trouser# each day. .•! U
came so insulting herause he wu# i*m fur.
tiishe.l with the dudlst! outfit that th
stwrtl reported him for infraction of the
—Of th# nine member# of the t nited
Htates Huprcm* <’ourt live are toba o
chewer*. When the chief justice and as
sociate Justice# visited the House to at
tend the centennial eiehratlon no cu*t>t
*lors had ie©n provided. Tbe llgnifle<d
Jus:l •*** In their black gowns kokel
around th**m several limes, but seeing
none, they took turn# going out into the
lobby and taking a chew
M.b# l That near-sighted Mr Wheth
eri-o actually asked me on (‘nrtslma* loght
If the wreath of wtntergreefi In the par
lor was mistletoe.
Alt - What lld you f.*ll him?
MatH*l Why. wiiat could I?-—Brooklyn
Mi-. Btarvem How d< you like the
chit kin Mr. Jo.ik*<mith?
Mr. Jouksmith: oh' ths# reminds m- I
Iniught a hook that was to is* sent home
to-day. !>td it com* *
Mrs Btarvem: Yes; hut why should
the chicken salad remind you of It?
Mr Jouki-mlth: Well, th* hook Is half
calf Phlladtlplds I*res
—I jea* keeje* trillin’! B*#*ms to gie
Is alrout as triflin' as 1 kin l>e.
1 ttitles dc minutes all away
An' den 1 trifles f’um day to day,
rum week to week an* f utn >#*ar (o
l>e way 1 trifles is sumpin* queer.
I starts to work, but befo’ I's through
liar's alius some triflin' I's got lo do.
An' I sometimes reckons It's dta here
W# was norn#*d In le wuiT an' we had no
An' M)nu > was choosed fob de work, you
An’ some fob de triflin' -jes* like me
l I HHF.ST ( OMMKXT.
The Hartford. (Conn t Times. (Dem.)
says: "The imperil#lists say they will
abandon the Philippine* if the Hupreme
Court shall so decide. Hut that Is more
cavil) said than done There are pcbple
who isk what iower Congress or the
President and the Benate as the !r*'ty
rnuklng power have to cede territory
which ha- been acquired by treaty t# any
country or It off from the I'nited
Btates. as an independent nationality.
Thus at every turn wo tire reminded what
a piece of foolishness It was not to have
gv>fw Into this whole matter careful!) le
-fore agreeing lo buy th* Philippines from
The ('hi ago Chronicle, (Deni.) way*
"We may venture to hope that (Jen. Plli
hugh l,ee express** only his Individual
opinion when he declares tba* there I*
no Intention upon Die part of this gov
ernment to give up Cuba lo Ihe Cuban*
A rriHjdlatton of It**' solemn declaration
of Congre#* would Justly render this na
tion in objece of lontempi for the rest
of the world What J* more, an attempt
to betray the Cubans would Involve u
in a war who**- end It would he Imposslbh
to foretell We have all we can attend
to In the Orient without undertaking new
military campaigns In this hemisphere."
The Cincinnati Knqutrer, fDem.) ways:
"Senator Igidge Is now explaining the
1 la> -Pauncefotr treaty as It stands amend
ed but he declines to express an opinion
as ta what the llrltlsh government will
•lo about It. The chances are that there
will tie a* long a pause 111 the construc
tion of *he isthmus canal a* there was
In tile building of the Washington monu
The IXHilsvtlle Courier Journal. fDem I
says: "A resolution In the Cuban Con
stitutional Convention proposes to Indem
nify the American people for lltelr ex
penditures In sscurlng the Independence
of Cuba. The bee* Indemnification that
Cuba can offer la to prove that she Is
worthy of Independence.'* ,
% U#SsrtM#st-iMsrr ld>l.
"It did me good Ju*t to see ihcm.’‘ IV
stout saleswoman said to the fitter a
the two mot tit the drawer where they
were (jutting way things, i our ding to
ne- New Yoik Dost.
"See who?" the fitter replied in her Ire#!
That couple that w#sit out here Just
now Yuu must lav# f*otte*d; # big awk
ward oountryman and .1 girl tg*#J out
in (’heap feather# nd row? ribljwn. Had
a S.ileuiel with tnrlii
Jiede ve 1 Jid e ■ them." saal the lit
ter "A bridal pair?"
"Going to l* About the first e>f the
month. I think. He 1# helping p. k out
the* brtd.d outfit. The* girl wanted a vel
ve*t # loulde-r cape, but sm* coukln’t g *
ov*r si* She wanted Jet trimming. lae\
*4 g 1 . | an t i
one w- hovc—that 111 lot—an*l was de
lighted witn It. The groom ilk* and it too
lie* to.d her she luukd like* a peach In It.
arsl praised hrr up ao that oh* turned nil
colors. He* oven asked my opinion a# to
i **w it iejoked However, she pulled 1
off st once when she heard the* prle*e, but
her face fell ar*l she* luuke-d nearly re-ody
to cry when ghe* said that after ail per
haps a 10. it at pi would be inon* useful
tlain the* cape-."
Will, so it would be more* useful,"
■‘•lid t fitter, putting her pin# in Utie
n etjuai distance from the* irm üb* of
a garment she was to liter. "led
g**i a ceiat?"
No. -he got the* egp.- and I'm as much
pleased a bout H * mcu I#. That le*.iuw
sla* 1# to marry f# a nuiking down, but
he hse a heart and a# nurli le*li a* y a#
h duke*. Wiwn the girl took the cape off
inl lM>ke*l st* titsappolnted. h** ns :i**n,d
te us behind her back, hokhng out a $2
Mil. aid then said , M it loud He re, mi#
thai the loweat you tan take for that
garment ' Hue # tiought two dressea and
-•in** sho*.- and handkerchief* *k>wi
stall#. Hid it #<***ms to me* you ought •*
make* her a Muter figure than that. The
c ap** ain't worth a cent over s'• ’
"I 1*r"..h.i..,| t„ „ | U tR. ar-j
JK ihoujtli 10 <H>n-uit 4m<-
Th -" white Hi, *lrl P* Jm .
lturiK Hi, < for the- fifth or ~ui|i limr.
an * 1 a screen hanging up
* om ' >mk. hi- .-am., and savo mo th
* *l>oii’i tel h-r know.’ hr whla
■'* ***** ‘ 1 *'•■• -r lakr II If ah>- Ihouaht
I hr*lf>. -1 10 |*y for It. Bui ll'a hrr •<■<!
"Hilt: aitr, anil I want her Katlatir.l,- Thrn
I fold Ih. Klrl that It wax the la-4
w. ha.l of that rpr'lal kind, so I would
1. tlt no for $y And you ought to have
-'••11 lor far.- wlirn I told tor! Stir Ju-t
111 >i|> ull ov.r Ilk., a sunburnt, and went
ofT a. iirme the rap.- nr |>roud a- (hough
it war -Ilk vrlvrt Instead of velour, and
a.t. Hind with real silk. Instead of lltmsy
-alln. They have gone down to the res
taurant now 10 act lunch I il.hjl.: If the
Voting fellow lias much money, but h. *s
as tender of h.s sweetheart as If she was
mad. ..f . rystnl and likely to fill to
I’l’ -'S In his hands al any iniiiute."
"I <l(i like to see teal lovers.’ said the
titter as sh. turned |> the coat-sleeve she
Held Just three-quarters of an Inch. *'lt’s
lunch lime now. you think if w. w. nt
.iown 1 lumpily we’d see them eating to
hho ildn't wonder,” was the ansa, r
"Tlte> are lu town (or Ih.) day, and Judc
ing from th. way the pocket book* I<h>k- .1,
I don’t think they’ve g<a much more sbot>-
I Ing to do They will probably tak- a
goon while over lunch, nn.t then sit round
In the ladles' parlor and llslen lo the
music until train time."
The Merit f Itrlg IumIIC) .
Iti some wavs Mr Denkle was eminent
ly cons* rvatlve, jpiys t!#* Youth lV>mfian.
ion ll# had no ppr**<'latloit of the new
won an; It*- even faile*|. his w ife tliotiglit.
t* do Just •■* to t‘ie < aiMldlltles of Hie oid
This was the more annoying because Mr-
Ihuikl* w.*- a person of acknowledged
faculty" and pre-emin* ih in the field of
cookery. It was over one of her Is st
dinner*, to which he was loii*? ample
Justice, that her nushand unwisely h-d th*-
dls#-usslon to that very i*olnf
"Now, there's cooking." si <1 h#*. Iw-lp*
Inc himself a seeon*l tlm#* to chowder
‘ Women * an cook, but the trouble is they
den’t Invent anything. They Just cook ths
-.*nie old things over nn' over. Takes a
French felk>w in a pa|#er cap to invent
nything new to eat."
"Then It mus, !h* a matter of ration
al tv.” mIiI Mrs lienkle, sarcastically.
**Ok. no.' said Mr. Ifccukl*-. "Over In
Fiarue th. men don’t mind cMkin*; over
hr re tbev and We'd <tuk as well as the
Fret hrnen |f we ever It tnt • ir
heads to tr> Why, I’ve had original I*l* as
leys* If aU*ut putMln's and pt** and
• v\ . I I < •
took. Ann e; Hist rate, although you
woukin’t invent anything new betwe**n
now .m<l doomsday-''
'No,*' said his wife, "I wouldn't. Hut I
don't want to stand lit your way, Thomas
If you want to try mhu<- of these id* as
ul yours • I'll lend you the kitchen any
"I w*#tild only for the bakin'. You've
ti!wa>* owned It takes m sight of cgperi
• ne* to manage a cook stove right, and 1
don L lav claim to experience."
Avdhlng you'll mi* 1 11 takc *’ said
Annie. It s the anniversary of our v\<--
dln' next week, an' It'll be a good chan# e
for you to Invent something new for din
ner by wav of celebration."
Thomas hcwlt.vted. but he saw no way
l decline the enalli nge without humlli -
tlon "Very well." h** agreed at last. *1
will. You shall have a bran’ new w *l
- day pie ”
Within a day or two after the annl
versary, even before Mr. Denkle was out
of led and the doctor ha l cease#l coming,
the lf*udey people had begun to Inquire
what Thomas Denkle had put Into that
"Nothin' harmful." Annie told fhem "T
wouldn't have let him do that. Hut rt h!
Gcod lan<i! One bite wife enough for m*
Mr Denkle felt kind o’ spunky about It
I s'|iose, for he ate a whole piece and
tri#*d to **at another Iwfor#- h#* gave in."
"What kind o' pie was It?" asked a
"Well," said Mrs. Denkle. "It was a sort
o' custard pic; custard flavored with va
nilla Thomas go* It stronger flavored
than he meant. I gueos. Then It was a
fruit pie. too—’’
••Wlial!" cried the neighbor. "My wiix!"
"Oh. yes. It was a fruit pie— moot I y cit
ron Thomas 1* fond of citron, and h*
put tn big slice* of it; enough for hull
a dozen loaves o’ cake Then he had
raisins and currants jnd little r**d candled
, berries sprinkled In between. An l then
was a meringue on tofv—at least 'two*
meant for a meringue, but it wan rather
runny, ami the dans o' currant Jelly all
melted in and mad** It pink If g**l ma
terials made a goes! pie- but they don't.
Yes. Thomas Is bettor, thank -you. oh.
of course, he wan disappointed some; but
then, as I told him. he needn't feel bad
about It; for there wa’n’t any doubt ’twas
a bran* new. original pie. •' he tnveiu
lie (io# some Work lo Do.
"Prisoner.” said the loarned Magistrate
ta a l*y fellow tiefore him, according to
Tit (Bits, "tills In the thiol lime you've
"Dot, your Honor/’ pleaded the prison
er. ’Tv* been trying to gel work and
"You wouldn’t work if you could get |t.’’
"Y'es. 1 would your Honor.”
"What kind of work?'
"Anything, your Honor, so long as and
was honest work."
"What aid of wages?"
"Wages Is no object, your Honor; ail 1
want I* work, with food, and clothing
ami n shelter.'*
"And you’d work If you had Hist sor
o' a Job?"
"Indeed. I would your Honor; only try
me." and the tears actually came pita hi#
“Very well." said the Magistrate, kind
ly. "we'll give you a Job. with shelter
fond, and clothing combined. Six mo lithe
.hard labor. Nest cate.*
ITEMS OF IMTMHBAT.
—Vernon county, Wisconsin, offers a
tsjunty of .’b cents on every dead raltle
.hake brought to any town chairman.
Frequent Injury to persons and stock In
•lut **•! thin lion.
—This killed ami wounded In Lairakm’#
streets during the >car UW numts-red
S.tel, of whom .*l7 were killed. No h-iltic
f the Kotiih Afrl. an War ri'suliol In
#uct) h list of casualties.
—lmmlgratam to the I'nlted State# wa-*
larger In the last fiscal year than It h*#
been in any year aince IWC and th.- won*
<f It J# that many of the immigrant# are
the moat tie ha.-* l who ever set fool on the
—The probbm how to itrike a cipher on
the nil a|gtehou#e hell In Phalldalphla.
* Indicate the itn unilig of ha# been
solvxi by a plan which omits striking It.
The bclirli g r will make nineteen atrok*-#.
then p.t.i • ami then strike one* heavy
—T* xa- txced to ha%e n atate geologist,
hut hit* oflim huh abolish'-d In IW. An
effort 1# now being made to have th** |#>-
siifton rei'stabllshed. though the Texas
Ausltniy of Si* ri v ha* kne juucn to
explore and pub.lsh the mineral and geo
iogi'al rewotiti* f the state.
Th American Historical Aaaocla'.lon
I? to hol*l Its sixteenth annual conven
tion in Detroit and Ann ArUir, Mich.. i*e
gii.nlng !>**'. 27 an*l onumjti.g lhrw days.
Addresses will U* made md papers rad
by a Urge number of learned |>roft*sa*'r
in Eastern and \VcM**rn colleges atii
—The new Indiin lands that are to be
open and f*r settlement are Heild to
on** f th** ri best tract** in the world.
The Apache, <’omiu che. Kla wo and Wich
ita re#* rvat ion#, which are to b** opened,
contain at*out acres of laid, of
which iwc-thlrds |> available to white
Bom* at I* ist of the redwood
j tre*s *f t .tlifornia will be preserved, the
-fate luiving recently come Into po##es
#lon of u'*oul M' acre# of redwood forest
I hrough th* will of the lat#* t’ol. J. B.
Arm 'roii*: at Clovenlile. Sonoma coun
f tv. Th* Ua t 1# lo b* livid a# a publi
—The Minneapolis Board of Education
is agitating the matter of Introducing the
#tu*ly of ngrtcultur* lm the publi
schools. Th** Id* i i> to parstie a sonit
what. pra'ti al study *•( the subject un
der skilled teachers during th** summer
month#, but whether ouukl* of the city
or wi:hin I not #t i and.
—South Dakota stockmen from the re
gion w* t of lit** Missouri report that a
movement i* on f>ot among big cattle
men to have a bill pa##**d at Pierre this
winter having tor P- object the crowding
out of small rancher#, retiring the past
few > * art* a 1 irge number of men of mod
irate mean.** have gone on the range*.
—About mile south of the Michigan
it** line and nmr Cedar laike. Ind., I#
a small spot of land upon which vegeta
tion absolutely refuaew to grow Th**
i surroumllng soil, though apparently the
same. I* very |>roduclive. The spot Is
I* # than twenty f.*et In diameter ami I#
located in a grove which tradition de
cUr**# to hav** b* n ihe torture ground
of th** Itawbee?e Indian#.
The shipbuilding Industry in Maine
ha -l < n very active during the past year
and j i emima * 1 that the new tonnage
turned out nt the shipyards of the pine
tree state will amount lo about 66.000 tons
by Dec V, -1e 'w#i tons In e xcess of the
output for Ith Thirty-three schooner*,
most of which re of very l.tg* six#*, have
been launched thl- year and the outlook
for next season D very encouraging.
H irvard's flnatudal s'atement of ath
letics. which Is doubtless representative,
shows that the m t profits fr.an loiMbaii
last season were 142,969. making good the
deficit in other branches of s|ort, en
abkn th#* exfiendMur#* of more than
fcjp.ooo tn jm rmanent Improvem# nts. nn*l
leaving a n*s bulancr* for the year of $26.-
BW. !t •■bn 11 cleared s.lllO and t**nni
• rid la cr**ee cam# out slightly ahead.
T!ie Winnebago County Itoanl has
adopted a memorial to tlie Wisconsin Leg
islature asking that lsiy to prohibit the
playing of the game of football in the
state of Wisconsin on the ground that
“It D dangerous o th* h*ilth and to tlie
life of the person* playing It. os It i now
played." The memorial was introduced
by Supervi-ur Ncihh of M*na-ha. whose
l-g was broken tn a game of footbsll.
"W# are g**ing to quit making fun *>f
the eruditbm un*l precocity of the Bos
ton people." eavs the Kansu* City Jour
nal. "Tne other ky a farmer quit plow
ing ni In Smith county oral came |n to tell
The Plow • r that he had plowed up
‘some efinods Honglng to tl ial**o*olcor
mesooole age, as well a* some Silurian
trllobltes an>l bntehifgxlt*."
- Th** erection of the William Btack
memorial tower, on Duart Point, in the
Sound of Mall, Is rapidly proceeding.
Wh#*ti •!#• structure shall have been #m
pb ted a light will plncsl on top of It.
The memorial light, acting in conjunc
tion w :h the lisrrg>re light. Is to inlic.ite
the route for v# >.hvJs passing up or down
lip* Firth of liorne. It Is expcct*l that
the two light* will odd to the security of
the s*iway, which it# one of the most Im
port.thl on th<* w*st MSt of Beotlarnl.
—H. W. I#iwards of I’rovldcnce, It. 1.,
tins brought suit against a local harness
maker claiming damage# of 110.00). I|t
demand Is based on ttte alleged fact that
a wet of harness whloli he purchased from
the defendant was not titled properly,
because when complainant's horse was
going down n hill the harness allowed the
buggy lo slip forward against the ani
mal, causing U to run away, Plaintiff
was thrown out and badly hurt, the buggy
wa* wrecked ami the horse was seriously
—li D known that many deep-sea ani
mal* ate phosphorescent in a high degree,
and C. C. Nulling, discussing this pho
none nun In the AmcrlAtn Naturalist,
maintains that the quantity of light emit
ted by such animals Is so great as to
supply over definite an-is of the wea
bottorn a sufficient Illumination to render
Vtslbb the colors of the animals them
#. I#. - Some i# phuio|iod* are furnished
o'ith aptNiratn# which reflect# hc llglit
from their phosplt orescent bodies upon the
•ca-iHitlom over which they float. This re
11'■ ling apparatus Is spoken of us "an
efficient hull’s eye lantern for use in
hunting thlough Hie gbyswi) darkness.”
"I'lli--# tli*. present style of trolley
(sirs mould ao out of vogue." save a go
sl|N-r In The New Orle.m Times.Dem.#-
• r.i; they will develop n rate of lef:-
ha tided motorrmn. If you will notice the
motormen next time you k<h on a car. you
will observe that he keep# hi* left hand
on the crank which con’rol* the current,
and his right on the oti" connected with
the brake. The reason for such an ar
rangement l- that the brake crank re
qult'w < otisldeniblc mor. strength in r
nuinlpulatloi). hut the < urr. ftl regulator
comes into play ten time* i# often, and
has to moved at much greater s|*-. and
A- a matter of fi t. the operator Is con
tinually stiiftlng it to and fo. for the pur
pose of Increasing or decreasing the
power, and a sort of dial, over which toe
handle moves, lell* him exactly how
much .1. trteiy he is ■cal,let into plav at
any given moment All that demand#
► pc. tut alertness nnd attention, while with
■ 1... i.rak. „ i. merely ~ matter of*
straight pull. The natural consequence
of such an unequal division of labor is
to transfer the dexterity of the right hand
•o the left ami with many of the mder
tdea it bw* already bewiu* uotlcytble,"
A TEXAS WONDER.
((•IF* Ornt IMirorfry.
Ons (mail botite of Hall a Uraat PU
cover>- cum all kiduey and bladder trou
blw, rtmovn (ravel, cure* dutbcun, aetn.
Inal emlasiona. wruk ami ltuns back,,
rheumatism and all irre(ularltlea of tlia
klJncya and bladder in both men and w,j
rueu. regulate, bladder troubles In ctUi
dren. II nut auld by your druggist wid
be aeut b> mail un receipt of II one amah
buttle I* twu ntontbs' ireatment. and will
< ure any case above mentioned. Ur. K.
W. Hall. e..|c manufacturer, P. O. Bos
G3, fit. Bouta, Mo. Mend for taatimontals.
Hold by all druggists and Bulotnooa Cos.
TVrthen, Ala . July U.
Dr. F. TV Hall. Si I axils, Mo-Dear
Sir: We hate been selling your Texas
Wonder. Hail’s Great Discovery, for two
years and reoocnmrtid It to any one suf
fering with anv kidney trouble aa being
the beat remedy we ever gold. Yoire
truly. J. R. YOU NO
l U I. Of HOPc R f AND G. I l R’T
at IlhUI 1.8
For lale of Motitgomery. Tbundar
holt. Cattle Park and West Bod.
Dally except Huudaya. Subject lo cnanga
IHL.K OF HOPE.
I.v, cay for I. of 11.| Bv. lata of* Hop* ~
( It) am from Tenth | 600 am for Holton
7to am ftom Tenth | 0 Oh am for Tenth
S h am from lento j 7 uu am for Tenth
li am from Bo.ton |itih for Tenth
lo 30 am from Tenth (10 to am tor Tenth
13 uu n'n from Tenth |U uu am for Bolton
1 IS pm fr..m Bolton 11 > am for Tenth
230 pm ftom Tenth i 2 uu pm for Tenth
33u pm from Tenth | 1 4U pm for Bolton
4JU pm from Tenth j 3ou pm for Tahiti
.’. I.’, tan Iran ; lot too
5 pm from Tenth !tDO pm for Truth
S3O pm from Tentli j COO pm for Tenth
730 pm from Tenth ; 7uu pin for Tatab
S3U pm frutn Tenth *ou pm for Tenth
30 pm from Tenth ; uo pm for Tenth
10 JO pm from Tenth (10 on pm for Tenth
L. . Ity tor Mong ry , Bv. Motttgomary
Mam from TV nf) :;i am for Tenth
330 pm from Tenth lIS pm for Taatn
a3o pm fioni Tenth jou pm t u , Tantk
Lv city for Cal. Park j Lv. Cottle Park ~
*> am from Boituu j 7 0) am for Bolton
i M am lKm. Bolton j a uu am for Bulton
1 uu pm from Button j 1 3u pui fur Bolton
2 Jn pm front Bo;ion j 3 tx) pm for Bolton
7 or pm ftom Buliou | 7 *u pmt for Bolton
1 w hm Hum Bolton j * JU pnt for Bolton
Car leaves Holton street junction |}t
s. u. and every thirty tnluutcs thereafter
until it Jut*, m.
t ar leaves Thunderbolt st 6:00 a. m. and
e\ery thirty minutes thereafter until
12 00 mMulght. for Holton street Junc
IRE lO 111 AND I*ARC K L CAR.
This car carries trailer for passengers
on all trljY* and leaves east eld* or city
market for Isle of • Hope. Thunderbolt
and sll Intermediate points at 9.U0 a. m.,
I. p m. 6On p n
i.eaves Isle of Hope for Thunderbolt,
City Market and all lnie**medtate points
a* *i 00 m m . 11 to a m . 2:40 p. nv
Car leaves west side of city market for
West End 600 a m and every 40 minute*
thereafter during the day until 11:30 p. m.
Leave* West End at 630 a m. and art
ery minutes thereafter during the day
until 19'N> o'clock midnight
T? M T/>FTON Oen Manager
MercfismsS Miners Troasporiaiion Go
To Baltimore & Philadelphia
Ticket, on Sl to All Point, North ,n>l
FTrat-claa* tickets Include meals Mid
bertha Buvanneh to littltimora aad Phi *
dtlphta. Ai'tuimiiul,] ions and cutstna
The steamahln* of this eoanrutnjr are ap
pointed to nail from Savntmah as follows
(Central Hundaij Ttm<):
n H Ml I,l,Kit ("apt. Patera, THl'llß
- I>ec Tl. at 10:00 a. m
ITAWA (apt nillmw. BATPROAT,
Dee. 29. 1:90 p m
CHATHAM Caret. Kaater, TUEBDAY,
Jan. 1. 2:3U p m.
r<> I*IIII.ADKLPH IA.
AI.LFSOIIANY. Oa pi. Foater, BATPR*
DAY Dec. at 10. wp. m.
BERKSHIRE. Caret. Hjan. WEDNES
DAY'. Jn ;. ’ p. n;.
T.cket Uftlca No 112 Hull street.
J. J. CA HO LAN, Agent.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Traa. At-
W T TVRNKR. (J. P A
A. D BTERBINB. A. T M.
J. C WHITNEY, Traffic M.mairer.
General Office* Rahtmore, Md.
IT'S 0 CEBTfIINTY
J— '" TRADE MARK.
, WILL CURE
And All Forms of fevers.
Al.I. DRCCIOISTS BEIX. IT ON A
COLUMBIA DRUG CO.,
Floe well riuj|prd Tnrprnflni l
Farm fh iirUatr rnlr. on arponni
ilralh of |Mrtiifr*. Thirty crop*.
I.ahor nntl roiyiil timber plrnt*.
tan hr ltouahi *la it rrt barßNlii.
%ddre or % lit
Ntchol.m til*. Miller County, da.
AND BOIL. BUM AKKRA
UO Indian street, Savannah, (JA