Lof Berkeley County, W.
kid his apple crop tor a
l!2n,OQ0. This is the
r-four acres of moun-
ssed value of which
;r acre. As a side un
realized between $3XKH
m his peach crop. I
la much smaller apple or-
alizcd between 58.000 and
tf -r.i. nir vnitT llfs nromrrflY. srou
Te entitled to uwrcercdit than a man
vvho is cbari'able, ot a woman who is-
literary. 1 ?
A Word for the Institute.
lo lookio .over n copy of the News and
bfeetter, o' Mferch .2 J, wo find the following
Miioion of th" Kepley Institute at iireens
b'n N. C by, Judge Robert W. Wirwtoa .
lodge VViustu -live.? in turrham couuty,
troRi which ntore than fcoventy-fivo 4neu
UnyuRdar to tirt oaaburo and avKiled thm
fofvea oUhe Keeiey Treatment:
To tdl Ediitoh: In tei ilfi of the untortu
butoTnebriasiol air tite 1 would like to
fcfcy &.wordi glvlfg niv observations ol tho
jtrerk'inga of tb tleftey Institute. My o.ipor-t'iufti--,
ol judging, during the tour years and
wore that I Ikivo presided over the caurts of
- K ith Carolina, wro excellent. It 1 ny
pin ion that tk ordinary person" who has
jonde U his mind to quit tho drink or
l-ium habit, after full treatment ai theKeeley
' tns'litut". '-an resist these fearful temptation
ttii.l ma" a man of btmaelf again. Indeed I
Ihotild n eertab.lv expect a friend of mine,
thus Balloted, tu tiake this treatment! as I
irotdd expect n'pergou afflicted with mdlnria
to take quinine, Kntertnlniug these views,
I wih to mid fny hearty endorsement to
th hi!f Introduod in the Heonte by Mr. liar
Pi ...ii and in the Btfuse by Mr. King to Allow
unities t- prnvliio fr the treatment add
tre of Indigent iti'rldtef".
Vnry truly yoUM,
litter . w. Wisnruit.
t1htJ;nXte.,'N. ('.. March 1, JHD7,
f fill rhlit in Vh.ti TtttMt pinee. but If fmt
mtv Tetter or Iwnmuiu ai, ialt-UUeuni. W
uiiifc-Moi m. H'tir r.v. j,,q. .Viaiii mi1 buy
"l. .1 I.. . I . .. " . ' - ' - '.ILun stAnai.
e&nnot rea c!)
ii a blood nv
inier ta euro
'. Ill !! -- "t'fttlt'M
.llv. and .1.1.- 1 1 1
anrl irmfnii mirfdi ( Hull
t a qiiAck medicine, it hbk
rtne nost pnyaiuians m
1 s, and Is a regular pre
wi-iption, ft id f'o.,'KMM of the best tonics
km n, comhiiH-dv ith the larst blood purillers,
Hetiag direotly on th mucous Burfaeen. The
" . f u) rfi..il e.iniKlntiikn dP tha f ieji inn" ti 1 I i . t , )
-"what prolu'-cs s-uch woudvrHul results in cur-
Fitsj ormanently pnred. No fits or nervous
nessafter flrtday's us of Dr. Kline's Great
Nvrve Hestfrer. $2 trial bottle and treatise free
Dr. H. If. KlilMts, Lbl.,931 Ar. h St.. l'hila.. Pa.
Mrs. Vinslow'sSoothinKPvruD forchi'drcn
tectblnif. softens Jthe gums, reducing Inflama-
i.ou,aii.i v s pntn.cures wind colic, :sk-. a hottle.
: Plso's Cum is the med'n-iun to break up
children's troughs and Coloc Mrs. M. U
Htm, Spi-agnc, Wash., MaiebS, 1801.
': If afHi.'ti ! with sore eyes use Dr. I. Thoinr
ttnsEye w.iter. Driiinrlsts sell at "5e. a bottle
t floret ii. al-. I by Hood'n Snraaparlll and
I Have Nwver ltelurtied.
! "f was a sufferer with scrofulous humor,
nud had a very largo sorof under my ohtn.
It caused mojnuoh palu. I also felt tired
and dospondoar, but after taking a few
bottles of Uood'i Barsapajrllla my sore
Were healed and hara never teturned." Mrs.
( . N. ltockwetl, White's Store, N. Y:
Is the best in fact the One Truo Blood Purifier,
13 o i " - Dill assist Digestion and cure
ICUOU 9 rlJIS Constipation. 86 cents.
n.Mf f he flonci nut it once.
Slioid.nd SJ Ne4l. gunranl'd,
it in rsu. v , tin ai i dl
to SJ 5. Shipped to anyone
noiiDMi.ui Miil'.out advanro
i n lc.iic
MM. W Will glff OM
twfcwl l -Jplnxlm. lUrra llrlU ! our lot
ittnt n nth ln rSrr. VFE ornaipli
mur Sp.vlal Offrr.
MeaIClvclel o. 130 Avenue P,,
AUPH cmi If tared wl'li
out their knowlettge by
An'i tii;r the uisrvelous
rare for the drinlr bsblt .
Write Uenuvft Ctiemtrnl
"T go..iW UroaUwer, K, V.
fill InforsastloB ui puin wrapper) mailed free.
fjureji KnftcrUlg WUnneu. Ahsolutnr)' Vvx-
t ililc ami fiiiaruulued. Mauufdclured by
l.voKeut PiMiinlti Mi .lii liu r. ii.pmiv ,
-MI IvMMI, 1,1 . .... Wss.
ii. JOSEPHS LIVER RE&ULAIJft.
The n' i on the Mnrteot.
Ah Druf Ists and MfrehanU. MutM by
I. i.i ii'" I l I' tit i ii 4 tfiin
Wim ii sl u . I . a . A i.,it I, iiii.h,,, Nnim 7
"pfe Wi.iii tjma, C'hnBb.wii(. NRd (or vUllfda,
la make n lbs, bard while fcoaji
fur 15 etn. Inatrui'fbtn 10 eta almp.
Add, A. V. Muwlt, rrepiuwn.lnd.'
M, Dr. C, 0. QONOND.
Thn Kttnnui Mi'ittuiii will ntujrir qupntluna for anr
n ami giiarnnti'o cerrci-t ainvvera. Thoiifftiiit
Ifrtlfy bo can n i til nil secret and my hterlet, paat
una ruture. ny n-t irt siic ann si.iji. a tew oaynoniy.
Punitoo stone in America.
Ueretoforo our supply of pumice
tone bns come almost exclusively from
Italy. Now an American product Is
forcing its way Into the market; This
material has been found of excellent
quality In Western Nebraska, and in a
pulverized form. There aro seven dif
ferent deposits, tthese comprising In all
about 400 acres. According to a report
made, by Prof . U. O. Salisbury of the
University of Chicago, there are ap
proximately 800,000 tons In sight. The
deposits, with adjoining lands, have
been acquired by the Chicago Pumice
Company. They, however, desired also
a tump pumice stone. After " much
Beerelf such a deposit was found In
Utah, 245 miles south of Salt Lake Olty,
This property comprises 120 acres, ant!
it is virtually an entire mountain ot th
material of all degrees of purity .Man
Prevents the hair from fall
ing out, and makes a new
growth come in. You
save what you have
and get more. No
B. N. U.No. 43'97.
mi ail tin
Best Coagh Byrub. 'I mim 6o6d. Use
id ome. hoi 1 ttr drucstsU.
MMJ nif-t Vi
m' cai.-irro. .cna ror tastimoniau, iree.
F. JCnXMBY & Co., Props., Toledo. 0
Sold W; Druggists, price, 75c.
i HhII's Faihily Pills are the best.
3- .3T. WmM iJ.
TbLeeislature to Be Memorialized
in Behalf of the Soldiers Home-
FORESTRY SOCIETY ORGANIZED
I'ortralts of Three CoIopeUTele
phone Rates Lower State Flair Offi
cers Elcctcd--Other N. C. Squibs
A special from Ealeigh to the Ouar-
lotte Observer, says the penitentiary
directors uuanimously decided that Dr,
Kirby Smith, son of the snperintend
eut, had been guilty of the grossest im
morality with two of the female crimi
nal insane; that the charges against
him Mere fully proved -and that Dr.
George L. Kirby and Superintendent
Smith were commended for promptly
discharging him as supervisor; The
board also decided to place the peniten
tiary absolutely in charge f the execu
tive committee, composed of Directors
Cbadbourn, Martin and Cotton, thus
taking control entirely out of Superin
tendent Smith's hands. Smith made
no protest but submitted to it tell. ;i He
is now only nominally the superintend
ent. His suhmisniou is all that saved
him, as but for this be v. mild have been'
deposed. All the officials and employes
ho hove their families in the peniten
tiary nro ordered to remove: them J im
mediately. No bills are to lo paid tin
Iomb approved by Chairman Mockery
aud two executive comniiiteeen.
Them will bo a complete overbaling
n ltd all surplus nmplovert will m drop
ped. It wfti det bled that thtf teii
t tit, v should not he loated, an tatfs
end sentiment in the Statu h hyt
- - -4 - --
A lUleigh during Folr Weak
wa au interentlnu ceremony atiho 1
fuir ffrouuds the presentatiojn to the
State for its library of iniutingH of the
three colonels of the Twettty-iixth
North ( arolina regiment Z. B Vaee,
Henry K. Burgwyn aud John 1. Tune.
Richard H. Battle, president oltbelfteir,
introduced John Burgwyn McBae, who
inado tho oresentation speech in Hoo
taste and paid the comtuaaderH; of the
regiment a tribute, stating that at
( Jetty sburg the loss was greater than
that of any other regiment on either
siile during the war. Governor Russell
mado an eloquent live minutes' speech,
accepting the portraits in the name of
the S'a e, aud sa3-iog that, dead ot Jiv
ing, the Confederate soldier ocCapidd a
place in the pantheon of fame, i Hejin
troduced Justice Montgomery, of the
Supreme Court, w ho in a forceful ad
dress accepted the paint in-. Piiomiujent
men from all over the State were pres
ent. Col. Lanoaud W. H. S. Burgwyn
and members of the Confederate Veter
ans' Association bciug among them.
Tho Railroad Commission decide that
the order reducing telephone rateaj in
tbis State must stand. The order was
made Juno 1st. and is as follows: The
Souther u Hell Telephone and Telegraph
Company will bo allowed a maxitnuu)
charge (annually, semi-anuually i or
quarterly) for. telephone rates as fol
lows: Price of bnsiuess: Special wire,
per year; 2, party wire, each, $S0.60
per year; tft party wire, each, $23. 60 per
year; 4, party wire, each, $20,40 per
year; o, party wire, each, 31 per year
Residence: Special wire, 824 per year;
2, party wire, each, 123.40 Per year) a,
patty wire, each, $20 per year; 4, party
Wire, each, 816. St) per year; si, party
wire, each, $14.40 per year. Effective
Juno 10th, li7.
The State Confederate Vet elans in
aunual session at llaleiuh elected Col
Francis M. Parker, of Littleton, presi
dent; ttoorce T. Leach, of rlttBboro,
vice-president, and C. B. Benson, of
Paleiuh, secretarv. Speeches were
mado by O. II. IhttMo, J. C. Birdsohg,
C. J. Leach and Rev. James Rattle.
A. C. Avory, W. H. Day, C. B. Den-
sou and Jas. C. Macrae were appoint
ed to - memorialize tho legislature i to
make more liberal provision for the
soldiers' home,-whieh now gets only
H,.rHM) annually ana lias already ? ex
hausted this year s appropriation. I It
gets far less than the homo in any other
Male, and snbtatitiitl brick eottauos un
needed for net loss thau two! huudjred.
A i e--.nliitii.il of thanks to Charle llrond-
way liotiss w .m adopted by a tiling
' i I ' !
The North ('attiliiia Knreshy HotilHy
was organised itMlm Slate Pair, ft
stalls with twenty niemberk i;WjF5.
Petty, of Carthage, was elt,Hetl pr5(si
dent; (i, A. HehancK, of Hiltuiorw, nbe
pin, i.l. .Hi, aud W. VV7 Aslie, seeretary.
TIhi forest products of the! tstei ar
among its most important sonices o(
income, amounting for the eastern
couuUqs alone to more thau twelve n il
lion dollars. The society has lor Hts Ob
ject the improvements and pet-p-in tv
of tho forests of tho State, their protec
tion from fires aud their renewal; The
next meeting will be held at Newborn
during the fair, when addresses will bo
delivered by Htate Geologist Holnios
and other members.
- - . 1 n.
The Supreme Court says the State i
liable for the costs in tho I'amlico Oys
ter casos. Of these costs there are e v
eial thousand dollars, duo tho sheritl
and clerk. Auditor Ayor does? not! see
how he can issuo a warrant for;1 he
amount, and so will recommend to 1 ho
claimants thatrthey appoal to the Lejgis
laturo for relief.
Thero is some commeut on the sen
teoce of Ueorge .lohuson, nogro racist,
at Wilmington, to be hanged on Thanks
giving day. It was an unusual selec
tion of a nay by Judgo Sutton.
uj 1 1 J:
i he railroad comnusssion in sess on
at Baloigh took up the matter of the
reduction of rates of freight on Icotttm.
which it recently ordered; aud deck) on
that they shouhl stand. It will be re
membered, If. VY. H (liover, traffic
manager of the Seaboard Air Lino,
urged the commission uot to lower the
A ii-year-ohl child of Mr, Ho ovei
was suttoring from symptons ol cntarih
aud was talteu to 4)r. Wakefield fir
treatment. Tho titu lar found, and io
moved from tho child's nose a Inrgs
steel staple, such as is used in puttiiuj
up wire fences. Observer.
Tho State Fair this! year wjka: up U
Us usual standard in every department
The horse raeiug wast ititerfered with
by rain. Large crowds wore in attend
ance each day and many had the
plottHum of mttetin their luadroil, ojd
ii iomirt, ami-Nome then best girl;
The State Horticultural Sot
elected John an Liodley
'p i ii,..,..,,. ..t 1 1.. ....... i "...
. niunu, hi viioruouuiu, it
and c. It. Edwards, treasurer.
, Mr. Bagwell, of Wake, for the ffflh
time, has beeu awarded the Breed
prize lor tue nest cotton at tho
'I t'S 111 till t ,
KAUTHQUAKK IN W. O.
Lenoir end Wlnston-Saletn Felt the
Shock Distinctly. .
Lenoir, N, 0. -(Special) A very
distinct earthquake shock was felt here
and at other points in this locality
shortly before 11 o'clock on the night of
Winston. N. C. (SpecieM There
was a distinct eai thouaka shock here
about half past 10 o'clock on the night
of the 22d. It made windows rattle for
a few seconds. The -wave appeared to
pass from west to east There seemed
to be two waves in very quick succes
The Earthquake Felt lh Virginia.
Richmond, Va (Special.) Several
points in southwestern Virginia report
having experien ce an earthquake shock
on the night of the 22d. No damage is
CLEVELAND AT PRINCETON.
Two Thousand People Hear Him
Make an Address.
At Priucoton, N. J. , on the 22nd the
first annual exercises in commemora
tion of the day when a charter was
granted to the College of New Jersey,
were held in Alexander Hall. Two
thousand people were present on the
occasion, which was made one of signal
importance by the address of Uro
ft Cleveland, ex-President of the
United States, and Lord Aberdeen,
Qovernfjr General of Canada, One
hundred and fifty yean ago the prov
ince of New Jersey granted the college,
whieh afterward assumed its name, a
charter authorising tho beginning of
the institution of learning which be
uftiue Princeton University last Octo
ber, and the exercise were for the two
fold purpose of celebrating the origin of
the College of New Jersey aud its vu
lution into Princeton University,
DANK NoTTT CLOSED,
The National, of AshevtUe, N. (J., Has
Closed I s Doors.
The National Bank of Asheville, N.
C. , closed its doors on the 22d. This
leaves but one bank there. AS soon as
(he announcement was circulated a run
was begun on the Battery Park Hank.
Up to 1 p. m. more money had been
taken in than paid out. Tli'e Battery
Park Bank had $7.3,000 in cash at tho
The run on the Battery Park Bank
stopped about 2 p. m. , leaving more
money in the bank than when it opened
The statement of the National Bank is
to the effect that inability to make col
lections wns the cause of tho fuilnre,
and that it is probably the assets will bo
sufficient to pay all depositors.
The Man and Woman Clasped Hands
Through the Jail Bars.
A special to the Charlotte (N. C. ) Ob
server says a novel marriage, was cele
brated at Newton. The contracting par.
ties, Porry Johnson and Agues Scronco,
both confined in the county jail, await
ing the November term of the Superior
Courtto answer criminal charges against
tnom. ine ceremony was conductod by
Rev. M. I). Giles, of the Methodist
Church. The groom stood inside his
iron cell and the brido on the outsido,
with hands clasped through the bars
during the ceremony, after which tho
brido was reconducted to her own
apartment, amid the cheers of tho other
Convicted of Murder In Four Minutes.
At Goldsboro, N. C, Sam Wright,
colored, who, on tho night of the. 2d
inst., brutally murdered Wi A. Cnrra
county storekeeper, by cutting his
throat, for tho purpose of rdbberv, was
tried before Judgo Robinsoh and found
guilty and sentenced to be hanged on
November 10th. The ovidenco was
wholly circumstantial, but conclusive
of tho prisoner's guilt. Tho jury re
tired at 5:4.1 p. m. and four iniiitites
later brought in tho above verdict,
which gives general satisfaction, A
motion for a now trial was overruled,
In ( .imp on Mulllvaii's Island.
Charleston, ft, O.-(Spoolal), Hat
lory C, Pint Artillery, V. , A , Cap
tain 11, A, Hubbell commanding, is
now qnavteietl on HuUlvan's Island.
The solders have arrived' at qitacau
tine, The steamf Planter, on which
they were brought here front St, Aug
usttue, rau down to tha islam), tents
were pitched and the men went into
canip until suitabla barrauka are com
nloted, There are suty-oue men aud
four offloers iu the garrison.
Fair a financial Failure.
Tho last day of tho North Carolina
State Fair, owing to bad weather, was
a financial failure, so says tho Char
lotte, N. C, Obsorver, so far as the
raqes were concerned, but in othor re
spects it was up to the usual standard.
The entrance money was returned, and
very generously the managers of the
fair paid the freights on the horses en
tered to the next pluce where they raco.
Birmingham Miners OrganUlug.
A convention of tho coal miners of
lubama was held afBirmingham,
when it was deoided to orgauizo at once
snd affiliate with the United Miuo
Workers of America. Coiunittteos wero
appointed and within thirty days tof
000 miners will be formed into uuions
which will represent tho strengh of the
organization in the Birmingham dis
trict. The Fowler Bicycle Company Broke.
At Chieago, an assignment has been
mado by the Fowler Cyclo Company,
oifo of the largest bicycle concerns in
the West. The officers of the company
are reticent regarding the amount u'
assets and liabilities, but the best in
formation obtainable gives the liabib
itioi as close to $500,000, and the assets
much less. The concern em ployed
about ftoo men, "
Killed In a Co.. I Itooitt.
At Loo Sennits' bar aud pool rooms
in Salisbury, N. 0., Prank Avoritt, a
machinist of Nashville, Teun, , was ahot
and killod; by flilmoie Hammond, of
that city. It is supposed that they were
gambling. Hammond has been com
mil ted to jail.
A Postofltce Rubbed. -The
Monmouth, Va. , postoffloe. four
mllos from Lexington, has been robbed
by three men. Thirty -five dollars was
secured. Tbj burglars escaped.
Woolen Ingrain Carpet, 33c.
Imported V elvet ( arpet , 8 Be.
9r entire forco Is working day and
nigbt flliing orders. Tou, siu, can
save 60 to 60 per cent, on a carpet by
Writing for our new Colored Carpet
Catalogue, which ehowa all gotda in
HlbogTapbed colors and vltb eact dis
tinctness. The beck costs yon nothing,
it you wish quality samples, send 8c. in
6tami3. Cur new J13 page general
catalogue of Furniture, Draperies.
Crockery, Stoves, etc.. will bo ready
after Nov. 1st. Write for It that.
JULIUS HINES Al SON.
ii . . ... , . .
dan gets of
child 1 SMfcau
be almost rn
re 1 Uvea ex
ers, It gives
lmts thjni iu
condition, to do their work
perfectly. That makes preg
nancy lew painful, eborteu9
labor and hasteus recovery after
child-birth. It helpa a woman
bear strong healthy children.
has also brought happiness to
thousands of homes barren for
years. A few doses often brings
joy to loviug hearts that long
for a darl::ig baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. All druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. i .oo per bottle.
For advics In casss requiring special
direction:?, aidre.-.s, trlvlnr symptoms,
th "Ladles' Advisory Department, "
The ChattiijootJi MeJicIno Co., Chatta
Urt. LOUISA HALE.
of Jefferson, G.i., lays:
11 Whan I first took Wine of Cardul
wo had been married three years, but
could not have any children. Nine
months later I had a fine girl baby."
1 - mWKSZS
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dealer or manufacturer in the South.
Very highest grade Stones, at unusual
ly low prices.
r Planers. Moulders, Edf?erj, Re-Saws
Band Saws, Lath', etc.
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i Mail Ut'tMtrtment m- carrv the handemeat
line of lMunertvare. Cut Olaa Wedecwond
lh-lr-aHrHe and Motiie FurnNhlnira carried
iy ntiy ptoate 111 the .State. Our price are th
EVERY MAN HIS
M J . ' iniuiii.it, A vpra, a, M , , It,
Till 14 a wMt Valuna Jlnuli
ret uu iiiiuiitHht, i.-... i....,i a ii
I' ' iu.. nib itlMnituiiitii
Miiininiin .if inrrnfMiif OMMata,
lfu i'nii.u iiii'l llin of Yrv
Vflltlllg iikIi lit) Mvm, nitt ta
Mi.i.n ,;H.iueiloi vluH will al-
tt I aiitw, I'rofuneiy lliuairatH.
luu i6oi iawrUtu iu 1 1. mi
pivryHUy Kiidiiali, una ii freo
frj.iii ihv lounulcal (erma which
i in. In mobt pooior Hooka so
valut loai to tlK) i-it.'i .Hit of
leftltrs. Tula Uooli ia in.
icmteil in in- ol teorvicv in
the Fiimil)-, i. ml is -., wurdott
Md tolie n-atllly understood by all
OM.Y HO na. POSTPAID,
l'ofitaffe Star.xr.s Taken.
Kot ouiy (iocs this Uook ron
lain ao nmcli Itifonnatloii helu
live to Oiarase, but very proper
1 alvf.t a Coinpleto AualytJs of
f-verythlng i.ertainlng to I'ourt
fhlp. Marriage ana tho l'roiliic-
iui and Keatlu of Healthy
Kruiillles.togeUi- with Valuable
Ke.-ipes aud 1'rOKTiptlona, Kx
1 Innatlonsof Hotaulcal I'ractlec-,
Correct use or Ordinary Herbs, icn
no OK IM?B. HOI sr.
1 leonnru tl N. Y. Vlty cap'
Alabama Marries Mississippi
Oxrord, Ala., wrlica: uare
used Dr. SI. A. Slmmona
X;lvei'Modlcino 25 years.
I know It cures Dlzzlneaa
of Ilea.l, Buur Btomach.
Bick Uerulache, and
many other diseases. I tried
Draupht." but Old not And
it to bo half as p ol da tha
This is a disorder from which few women
escape at somo period of their lireB. It is
in the nature of nasal catarrh. Iu a healthy
condition the liningmciobraueof the genital
orgaus secretes sunlcient mucus to moisten
thcin.butif tho mucus membrane Is con
gented or Inflaeiod, tho Bocrotlon becomes
profuse, Irritating and offoimivo. Jl'lio best
rcoult.ywill fellow tbo Uao of our Mexican
female Itemed v& un inlcclion. andttdofo
twicq a day for some tbno ot tlvat gront
utordio tonic Dr. Slmmona Kquaw iu
Wlpw, will cure the complaint.
i.ihtk)i cubs., wriieBS et
A. si iu mo n a Liver Afedi
clue has been neii:M yours
In toy Father' fuinity fof
m ill', Ilynprp' i.i. Ilib
louaapas, My hlstcr wai
eoniiucd to la d furtaeatbs
from Ktditrifemeut of
Liver Our Doctor rfnvu
liar up In die, Hhn ln u
bikini? M. A.M. t M.Kiid
tvn4 i-.hiii entirely Hi I
' 'i in i ' la in lunt iHitiinajlaen
I" lv. n N Att. L. M. Hml KpIIIu'h biver
itfMull5r, Tho laimrby careful tet liv
Inif lieaa found Hot so rcllablo baa Uon din
earued. Manitrual IrrequUrltlei.
J'nberty la iho period wnni wi uatriiatloa
IB eaUbllabcd. ll a tho time when the girl
laaoBtfs a woman, and aUo thu timufrom
which many femalu diacaseu d.it The
meuutrual flow aauallyeonUnuea from throe
to six days and comes on about every
twenty-eight dajs. Tbo (junntlty exuded
varieo rrom two to eight ounces, but the
amount coin- intent with the health of ono
person may bo escesalvo and weakening in
another. The f uuc.tiou is regarded aa being
regular when ita effect opon tho system is
fatorablo. The departure , from healthy
wcmiirtiatlon aro numeroui aud should bo
corrected by using Dr. Slauauna sq.un.wi
l'ATKNT l l.IISTEU 5t Altl VIS
Heavy liold Plate. Hub) Centre.
J . . l.iJJiXa! WBBB-
tiilt ruunilcd hv 8 Klue Urillluuta.
Bamplo 15c. 1. Sf. M'atrin A .'0.
Cataloi.Ois FttaJC. Providence, It. I.
B. N. U. No. 43.-07.
af K?"sTIS sl com ttcrwH
and rsfsreooes ie the nw
uoileratand, and whlob you would
eomnkat Look whlah wuuhl k'lv (lis In
suqh matters as you wonder mm O
vSr BB1 fiiw
WU fflf KPT
very low price of
The Value or Rent.
A doctor, writing on tbe eubject of
tin- suppression of unelesa noises In
citlee, which he claims will hnsten
toward convalescence many n patient
whose nerves are now too racked by
perpetual racket to give the system k
chance of recuperating says he remem
bers one delightful ward in his training
school whereto the "sister" used to in
sist on n "silent hour," from 2:30 to
3:30 daily. It was the only ward !n tbo
hospital which enforced this golden
rule, alike beneficial to tbe nurses fo
unate ecough to he drafted there a
the patients theretn.who flourished and
blossomed forth Into amazing conval
escence under the silence system and
the good nursing which accompanied
It. For the "sister" was n born nurse,
and she had the real sympathy and
womanliness which caused her to ap
preciate tbe baiut and healing of that
one quiet hour in the day.
It was a male surgical ward, aud the
patients, on first admission, used to
chafe somewhat at "sister's" dictum
against which there was no appeal of
"no conversation or newspaper reading
during the hour." But gradually each
patient came to appreciate the soothing
lull in the busy hum of the ward, and
"sister" and her staff used to watch
with satisfaction bow patient after pa
tient fell gradually under the Koporiik'
quiet of the tinnv nod went off, into
comfortable sleep. Which frequently
tasted long nfter the prescribed limit.
The good humor of tlu word was most
The Ncuior sMrifprtfl of Hie bosplifl
was never lived of rnylttjr. "Tbe u
Ileitis here, slslef. pet on ft If by
music What tells of witchcraft do
vim weave (o lit-nl I'.mmii so quickly V"
Pittsburg IMspnb h,
.Vi. S.inqutl 'iVMiapiAO U
t.lpJlX UOM iiUj)l yi S.)I!pi pU,li)IJJ.W
pUU K.I.I.WOU p.ipuj OIJJ, K40pO pijl4Ut
rjl to . -1 1 1; . n i .1.1,1,111-. i opmu .140 OplOdiJ
aqi puu 'suop.nia aiji uj wa.uoy ji
ino paqonoiq o.iu s.iop)o oq hu 'pojsupi
sj uu)uiaS0A 'us suo'ijo oi) oa 'o4l
Caq 40A0401JAV 'lUliisqp .iuj Kiuiod
oi pujM oqi X( po44B0 o.iu sosurf atioqi
ptm 'bijjo.u oqT o saomunj oqi Xq poii
-4.)(jn o.iD sosu3 oj.uiqdpis jo somiuUnti
'anaoAU iolfu; jo iooj dqj iu sirtOA
oujz oiupnai;-) oqj jo suoijujodo otji jt
osnuooq oouquoAUdouj pint oHumup 40j
-jus .foq jciji. luitqdtuoo it qijAV jo.Copj
oqt oi omrjo suazpi.-) oqj, '0dpae
jo 6UOZ(io jo uoio3.qop o Xq A up
-4diso.( uiotpaoifi)j' .lo.fuj o poiuosajd
svR 'ssbj3 pajoqtii jo'ptjpauq v qijAi
4aqio3oi 'sjoavop jo qoonq popuj'v
"BT-'JA '"IZ Xq peqoea'iu siav,i
a.'A sc. pauocuuoD i?u.w ojXoiq eih
ouy sun:. i,i (XK)'r P"S iuaiuuosj4diu
qiuout xa oi paauoiuas bsm ouq-J
jo uonni4od8UB4i otn 8ltqqo4d q.qq.tt
mci 'q jo uonoijB oqi ieqt sipnjo
osuoq iimistn eqi Aq p.uinninrui bom ii
-.tnoo pun Maiietu oqi jo moja spn oo
o:qn ae8pn( oqj, -oseo sjqj u Xplrtu oi
iqiiHO so0qaA U S3iDi4U put'qrj4iuo-i
lo3iJt'd XpqSii 840dddd ojoq qiA
'.Mill oq oi punoj iii:Av utuu4j .i.iiiii.i
cq jo Suiqu) eqj. 'oumotnu tqq jo
HonTjuuit?xo uu opmju puu mpi paddoa
,aqX 'aiDjCajq u uo paiunout 'mniaiau
IU04J Suimoa yuAV oijai 'A"oq s.43q3iuq
ii 'anaqD4iio3 4nqw J tmopidena
nuTjjaq 49iuo4j eqi io B4aatjjo smoi
-sn3 omx 03UB4A.'iiiW lc Pq4i uoaq
;rnf auiiMteslsJI V
A CUKHTJlF 8PK KM.
Btreet-Car Conductor (to driver)
"I wonder what that man i running
eo bard for V"
Driver (looking back) "Mcbby the
fool wants ti-r git on. (Viang !"
Q A R i ng h am
uoeoeoef; .& eo
FARMING it A
IMPLEMENTS IK uc'W ' CO M PLETE
i1 1 PMmw 1 i ma, n
Sinn i fx C
1 MAKE A
UlNWHi -mm lyum m I. . a. I .Jl
BEST ON THE MARKET.
Yott will Jind me at the
which I have occupied for thirty years.
K KSPKCTFUU Y,
G. A. BINGHAM
Wc respectfully solicit a
share of your Patronage,
GREGG & Co.,
Hrd wa re, Stoves,. .Jat mi g
Implements, Paints .
And Oils. - !
Two doors above Post office.
A Quit UneBpeclal, filled with the of
ficers of the road on a tour of Inspec
tion, was flagged by some men working
on a section near Colorado Springs.
Shocked by the suddenness of the Stop,
all of the officers rushed to the rear
platform, where the men were congre
gated, to learnr the cause of the hold
up, each apprehensive that a wreck
had occurred on the line in the vlclnltyT
Mr. Harf-ell, the paymaster, was the
first to i ,ulreof the man nearest hii
"There's oin no accident, yer honor,
said the Irishman; "I J 1st wanted to ln
quire of yez whin the payrar'll be.
along." There was some wiring en
gaged hv-at t her next stop, And Pat's
solicitude for the arrival of-ihe peycar
was relieved by the prompt receipt oif
bis pay check. . "
Aruong the benefits expected to be
derived from th great railroad lino
which tho Russians- are, constructing
across Siberia is the opening up of rich
sources of gold, now practically un-
Utilized, in that remote country. Re
cent surveys of tbe gold placers of Si
beria have shown that there bra gool
supply of the precious metal, but that
partly on account of the severity of tho
climate, and partly through lack of tha
means. of transportation, these sto:
have hitherto remained undavelopi
Unlike those of, California,
lan plat in - are found below.
t . . ... A . A ft.
Hoove, i ue lev. i ot tne Pirea
eighteen ii cd drinking foiintaint
nre miilultiMicd through (he nuiniuei'
Provhlence, II, I. The Ural ws esln U
llsh'd in I MM by Hie Voting Vofusn
Christ Inn TMiqntiniw?e Culuo, and tan i
the city authorities took bold of hr
Work; About fmiy ! of lee Is re
quired for euHi I'otiutttin muring the
siuiKoirv It a placed In an ieo chambip
containing coils of pipe.
unt ur I ft u nwrj.
Tho bladcc. .t reated for vMUr
pose, uanael.t', a receptacle for theiuri no
and ns such it is not liable to any form
of disease except by one of two way?.,
The first way is imperfect action;:
or ine Kiuneys. xiie sccona way 1.
from careless local treatment of other
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
kidneys is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. So the womb, like the blad
der, w as created for one purpose, and
if not doctored too much is not liable
to weakness or disease, except in rare
cases. 1 1 is situated back of and very
.close to the bladder, therefore any palu
disciiseor inconvienience manifested in
kidneys, buck, 'bladder or urinary pas-
sage Is often, by mistake, attrihutcx.
if to female weakness or womb trouble
' .. ....... 'I-I. . - I.. ..!!.. .
oi ' mi iv nui i . i iiu eirtM is cusiiy a-
vomeu. iu ii rni ono correctly,- kqt
your urine aside for twenty four
hours; a sediment or settling Indicate,
kidney or bladder trouble. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr.
Is I liner's Swamp-Hoot the great kid
ney and bladder remedy Is soon rcaliz-
cd. If you need merllclii
-should have the best.
f i t I i i . . i i f . i ii , i i . . ii in m
aav ' VMM t-'iiit..
moiii sent nee oy man. mention
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
The proprietors of this paper guaran
tee th genuineness of this offer.
SUCCESSOR TO BINGHAM & CO.
.we 0 A
wmnMmi ? wholesale
old stand on Main Street.