A Home Newspaper Puhd in the Interestof the People nd for tlohesty in Governmental AffitffiS.
Salisbury N. 0., Wednesday, November 22Nd, (911.
Wm, h. Stewart, Editoh
CEKERAL IMTTf RS Of INTEREST.
V ii " i i v- '
lit lints fUmii ti Lilt Pin graphs
far th Riiiin TIlJ Pi? ir.
Thirteen iadictmentt wire re
turns tN5 York,' Thursday by
th'Ftfderl faud jury which bs
bu investigating obarges of r
bftiug Agouti several railway
freight of&oils and . members of
firms in this vi y and Chicago.
AVI of theiudiotmAuta ere similar
except as to- t details of ihn
p articular trsnsaot'on tod con
tain iir all forty-fi ve counts . The
ft'ligsd rebatiug wm q ship
mints : of ; merchandise I etwee .
thia city anc( Ch:oago.
Charges that Ohioago gamblers
kapt atuodjon haud of $40 OOO
f or use in 'eeinR up public .ffi
e:ait" were jbade by Hany Bro
teiki, former gam ler, before tb
civil s-rv o-j oommiesio . Friday
iu te invest gation into public
garni ug aud otBer vioes.
Betweu 8:20 aud :30 o'ol.ck
Ffiday oigtM, Ex t as Messenger
Irvi -g G. Brgr of thia road was
killed aud; the safe iu hia car
lovtad aa it aped betwaeu Taylor
nd thia city on the Da aware.
L icka wanna & W eter:i road. It
ta' a id thai between $1 500 and
I2.0C0 ii m ii ng.
Th RtT B-tj .mm Graham,
leceutly paaor J Si J m a
Uethcduljbhu ch of Attai.t, Q .
today fifed- an t for ab.olate di
diyorde frm Mri. Norah Harm
Graham He alleged cru.t,
aegleoii fear pt bodily harm to
btmtttlf th4 chidren, unwarrajj
fd alooiy .f bia own cbildreii
ftodIfi& w m-u of hi. chatcb,
. which of via ' it is declared, "co1
atiiated Iu wild tautruma f rag"
eaaarraalniHQt to bimteif aud hie
Japrirrt0''eut Weed of the
Stat lUiitei.tian auLOuoced
Sttoday tiat report-ra woald not
b admmd to tbo datb cham
t3Jrav Friday morning nixt.
BEATTIE MOST DIE.
C. at tie, Jr., ia
jaletroda ed for the marder of hie
wtfe j:':Cudr a State law Vn
giaiaap flpaprt are not proiit
Wd to jbabliab detai's of au alec-
Xtadamt Jorume Napoleon
B Heparin, widow of a grandads
t Jerome Bonaparte. Irotbfr
the flrit Napo-Jeoii hi-
a' grind daoffbter of Diniel
fair a Jong illueee? S:m waa 72
VaVi ohi end was born iu Beaton,
btrafiain name iieu.g Caroline
ieroy Apple von. Her mother waa
fcidaiigbter of Daniel VVebeter.
Sa waa m rried first to New bold
far pf New Y.rk aud af'er hia
III became the wife of Jerome
lion Bonvparte of Balti-
ptoe. ; She ia aurviyed ty fl e
bV largeat corn exhibition
ertr witueaaed in the South ia ex
pecteof to greet tie eyet of Tiai
ots ybo attend the Sootheru
jro ibow at Atlanta, December
5tP'8,'mnder the anepicea cf the
Atlanta chamber of commerce.
Morja1 Ov-to-date aud modern
mtohinery hai been purchased by
laWmara daring the past yer than
daring any preyioas year, accord
ingftd Secretary of Agricu'ture
WMaob, who baaed thia assertiou
opdafeporti made to him by de
partmental fiel 1 men.
The arrest of 0en. Bernardo
BjyeV by .United 8tata aathoii
ti at- Pan Autonio, Texas, for
YloItioQ ?f the neutrality lawa ia
exadtly in line with the policy of
tihe United Statea government to
aaafp cut r Tolationary act.vi
tea a'giriuet Mtxtco iu the Uuitfd
s3fkteJ'-tetritory, according 6
Slorftafy of State Kuex.
A Statwide campaign for cor
related ayatema of good rcada waa
formally launched at Riohmond,
VVt, Monday with the afaembling
of the rat American G iod R adi
Cfeiiarrteae tinder the auapicea of
tlsir National Ass ciation for
llt(ha7y Inoprorement Gocd
roada " organic itiona from Maine
to Oregon have aeht delegatea.
Btcaoae of the actiVity of al-
The Governor of Virginia
Refusals to Interfere. '
j Richmond, Val, Nov. 15
Governor Yann today de
clined to interfeiein the case
of Henry Clay Beattie, Jr.,
and the young wife mur
derer's last hooe of evading
the electric chair on Friday,
November 24th, was swept
Attorneys for the condem
ned man held their last con
ference with7 the Governor
during the morning and just
before noon the latter an
nounced his intention not to
interfere in any way with
the decree of the Chester
field county "court, which
was sustained by the Supreme
Court of Appeals of the State.
A petition had been present
ed to the Goyernor praying
for a respite Of at least 30
days for spiritual prepara
In a signed statement
Governor Mann said in part:
"I followed this case dur
ing the trial and as its hor
rible facts were developed,
regretted that a crime so
cruel and malicious should
have occured within the con
fines of this State:
"In the decision of every
question which was present
ed to the able and impartial
judge who presided at the
trial, he was careful to give
the benefit ot evety reason
able doubt to the prisoner;
that he did not erf is shown
in the refusal of the Supreme
Court of Appeals to grant a
writ of error. "
'ThatBeattieis guilty of
the wilful, deliberate and
cruel murder of his, young
wife, I have not ?' the : slighest
doubt: nor is it insisted that
there shall he ail v Greater re
lief afforded than the commu
tation of his sen tehee to im-
Drisoiiment for life.
' I do not tiftHthe afta-
vits of Paul Beattie, printed
in the papers, or any other
evidence or consideration
brought to my attention suf
ficient for that purpose.
'lo grant a respite in bo
plain a case would be to set
a precedent, would be to
temporize with the law and
encourage appeals to the
Supreme Court with the sale
purpose of gaining time.
believe tne best way to pre
vent such crimes as this is to
punish them adequately,
certainly, speedily. There
fore the judgment of the
Circuit Court of Chesterfield
will be carried, into effect
without interference from
Whit to Do inf wut tot to Oo far i
With the advat of iOor firrt
cold weather to the fall great
many a I earlr vioV'ma to
"coldi. Othera will ' probably
aoon f llo auit Daring the
winter mouthi it ii cne cf the
most common of a cideuta. It
therefore becomes a fujibject of
great iutereat and. isSportanee.
The real importance nd aiguifi
cauce cf colda re not a, general
ly reoogu:Zid ae they eou'd be.
An ordinary cold, whea promply
takeu iu hand, is uauaUy cuiel in
from two 10 aix days, but not in-
CRISIS RFAR 1M CfflNA.
leged revoluti iniat along the
Texas Mexican border especial' y
in the vicinity of Laredo Troop
I. Third Uuited Statea Cavalry,
utider Capt. C. B. Couly. baa
been ordered t that point for
p trol duty.
Georg Bakhuieiibff.tbe uewl
appointed Raasiau ambassador to
the Uuitod States, arrived i i N w
York Sunday aud left imm -diatly
for Waahiutoa . The comiLg of
the new umhassad r is' of vastly
gr ater interent than ordinarily
attaches to shift f dipl matio
reDreaeutativee ' r ne arrives at a
time wheu a wave of popular and
official protest is at ita height
againat hia government lecause it
refnaes to houor Am rioan paaa-
Dorti with at discrimination
against tb- J .;ws
Through a Strang- freak, which
railroad m- chai io have not ben
able to exulaitf. B ston aud
Mane engin 18 9 rau amujk
Suudav. waude-ine out of the
r ni d-ht u8h at Lowell. Miei by
itself. thrw another loomotivea
from the track aud then reverted
itself, backed ito the roand-
house and right through a brick
rear wa'l, fii.ally latidiuej on ita
back in a 1 rok.
No one, se far aa the railroad
authorities have b-.eu able to
learn, eut near the locomotive
after it had ben backed into the
Railr. ad meu who inveatigatd
gay thy fuud the throttle1 waa
eel properly at the neutral point.
frequently a "bad" oold (for
there are no good colds) lea vet !
behind it relics, the r coverj
from which may require montha
or eteu years. Sbmetimfta a
fatal dBaae finds ita begiuuiug
iu a mglcted oold.' Poeuuuonia,
pleurisy broi.chitie and consump
tion itself, fr qjently follow in
the wake of a cold.
Bat the average reader ie inter
ested iu just two tbiuge concern
ing colds : Firat, how to avoid
them, and, aecoud, how to cure
them. Concarning the firat, we
may protect ourselvea by four
lines of defence, as follows :
First. Colda are. probably
"catching," particularly from
others, aud it is therelore best
to avoid iutimate aasoeiation each
as the use of the same drinking
cup aud -toweL with people vho
hafft cold. Likewise avoid peo
ple who have reoutly had pueu
mouia, orowde, and QVeTheated or
badly veutilatfed plflcar.
Second Colds may be
'caught 1 from ouraishrea, that ie
we may reinfect ourselves; so
that a scdnd line of defense is to
keep out own mouth, nose.
thr at. and tonsils clean, and
avoid urging with to j i pi driuk
particularly alcoholic drinks.
Third. While a poesil 1 gtter
is oue factor, getting our b'.dy or
any part of our body overheated
or thoroughly chilled is another.
Therefore indulge in no careless)
exposures or permit" th b6y to
oool too rapidly when once
Fourth. Another line of de
fense is to beild up our own
physical resistance, Th's may
be done by workiug and living in
well ventilated rooraa and in the
open air aa much" aa possible,
particularly at night; careful aud
regular batbiug, m de'at) eating
aud daily exeroiae in the open air
if the weather permits.
Bat even after we have thrown
every practical safeguard about
ourselves, it still sometimes hap
peus tnat we taxe a cold, and
then the question or prime im
portance is how to cure it in the
safest way aud in the least time!
First of all, we should b gin
early and prooeed with beroio
eff rts to remedy the thing thit
is causing the oold. Fcr in-
atano3, if we get o5 ur feet wet, we
should tSke a hov mustard foot
bath at the earliest moment
This is done1 by adding a tale
apoocful of mustard to two gal
lons of waters; hot aa we Can
bear it on cur feet. Thia bath
ahould oontinue f ;'r hfteed tc
twenty' minutes be until the tkia
ia well reddened and tiiugling;
wniie taxing tne tcot-'jatn 1 one
ahould drink from one to two
pints of hot watejr or lemduade1.
After" the fobt-bath dry the 'feet
quickly, go to bed and have' ap
plied over the part' in which Kthe
oold saem to have settled a towel
wrung out of cold water, suffici
ently dry to not drip,' nod oovr
it with sffrertfi f h tckruenev of fin
nel or tbedtottn so as to keep
it warm darirg the night. Take
a purg4 and1 keep the bowels mov
iug freHy foreretal diyi by eat
ing-fiarid- vgtwblet, Drink
water freely.- From two to three
quarttf'of isateT in tenftyfdhr
ho .ra ia not to much
If a cold does not yield readily
to Bu:n treatment, take no
chances, but secure medical
oon&sel at once.
oduaumatiuii -i deal through!
whidh it purflhieei5 t&e Raleii A
Bouthp.rt, the Dirhftm fe South-1
port aud the Aberdeen & Aaheboro
The cornerstone of the hew f85,
000 sourt house of Duplin county
was laid Friday at Kenausvi.le
with impressive oeramouiea by the
Grand Lodge of Melons of N rth
Hoi To Set Fill Vafae f of Yfeur FirtlHzer
Uome-mfxing has cometo stfey,
and means a larger use of high-
grade fertilizers, and it would be
the part of wisdom for the deal
ers in fertilizers to give the f all
abdifikticn is accompalhied by iarger iaiel f0r tbem rather than
Heat ot iRtirest 6itfe8ri ffla !lf Atfia-1 tTimtnds orThroie's AMhitloti Crowd-
tic ti tli Apftlpliss. . ;"' leg Upon Prenttr.
In a pitched bate late. Tbors- Peking, Novl 19 -Demanda for
day afternoon ou the oatskirts of the tarone'e Abdication are crowd-
Brevard N O, JReputy Sheriff mg upon Premier Yuan Shi Kai,
Branoh Pxn ofiTranaylvania who doubtless will be forced to
oiunty shot and iuttintty killed make a decision within a week.
L-roy 1 od and $iy wounded1 It imi tV be a case of fight or
bis father, Thomtl Elrcd The akk-th court to depart from the opportunity to farmers to buy
officer waa paiufuUy hart aud I capital. Every 'auggeition for I the materials. It would mean
bruised by the attacks of tw meu
whom he was nde storing to ar
rest for the murder Of a man in
President E. T Lamb and G
eral Council W. B Bmtn. of
the Norfolk Southern Railroad
a ere in Raleigh Friday, confer
ring with the North atolina Cor
poration Commission, aud' there
a geueraly ofed ted report
that the Norfolk boutberu
promises of protection and ample
It is reported tohight that ; the
premier has ordered a renewed at
tack upon Han-Yang and Wu
Chang. If this is true, it signi
fibs his choice. The government
has succeeded in ridding the Lac
ohau troops of both revolutionary
generals, Chang Shao-Tseog ard
Lao lien Wei. The foimer is
now at Tien Tsin. The latter.
who c mmanded the the third di
vision, has been dismissed and is
proceeding southward,, not as
Yuan Shi Kai :s envoy to submit
further prjposals to General Li,
sue rar ei commander, as previ
ously reported but to join the'
There has been an unexpected
display of patriotism daring the
Carolina. Among lbs grand offi. I lait dav or two,.
era present were iGrand Haater I airy among the
R. N Hackett or Wilkeaboro,
Acting Deputy Graid Maater H.
A Grady of OUutoV1 ind Grand
filer R H. Bradlerl of Raleigh.
A St4)le engraved portrait of
General Robert E. ??Lee waa pre
sauted to the GreeasboroV high
school Friday moritng by Gail
ford Chapter, Uuitfd Daughters of
the Confederacy. The ezeroiset
weie held in the high eohocl chap
Instead of riv-
have been evidenoes of remarka
a . jmA
Die unanimity in an enort tc es
tablish a union government
any cutting off in demand. It is
a vary short-sighted policy that
makes the fertilizer dealers throw
hindrances in the way of farmers
getting the materials for home
mixing. Sometimes, too, they
. . .... . .
seem to torget tnat a real farm
paper is more interested in help
ing the farmers to the best meth
ods than in selling any special
brands of fertilizers. We have
consistently advised the farmers
against the purchase of low-grade
fertilizers, and have explained tb
tnem tnat low nrioe does not
mean cheapness in these articles;
We do not blame the mauufactu
rers for making the 2-8-2 goods
for tbey are simply compelled to
meet tne demand for low priced
goods, and are compelled to sell
an artiole that is Zone-fourth
worthless filler- It would be bet
ter for manufacturers and farm-i
era, too, if only the higher grades'
were sold, or that farmers would
farm so that they would not need
quickly, in order to prevent the to buy a complete fertilizer at all
uug iruui mreigu eompuoa- out would invest as moon, or
tiaos. more, money in a more liberal
near Admiral Muraccx tele- ate 0f what they need to buy;
grapns tne American legation ! The men today who are farming
from Nanking that the American best are the meu who practice a
consul wiih the arobives Is aboard good rotation of crops and in
cne new urieane ana tnat an I stead of a little 200 nounds ol
el at 10 o'olock and an interesting Americans have lelt the city with dressing bf a low grade fertilized,
program waa carried out. The pre- nexepwn oi a lew memners are using three times as much of
sentation was by ifJ. Charles Mj ol ine vross. the mineral elements that their
Stedman, Oongreuman of that " wom ue "npoiMDie, tays legume crope especially need.
district, aud the ajooeptanoa was ne amirai, to protect American And these men find that as they
- I nenapfv in M a lr i n m 4 W I .:
ov ut. J. ij. naun. suoerintend- aa v " "'uuu increase tne oreauio matter in
V" m " : " ' --JtTf't. k i J iaii)itttf . Kra Knnrl m aAaa 1 . . ... ....
enai wrooro.ewie.-i .v5i-sneir'aoii it pays tnem to use
Both speeches were in exceeding- pwpa to sustain a siege. Fcr phesphorio acid and, in some conj
tms reason, ne nad sent uone of
ly good taste and might well be
1 he seventh annual convent tori
of the North Carolina Library As
sociation meets in Durham Wtdi
nesday, November 22, at 8 o'clcck
in the afternoon.
A huge black bear, whish he
had caught in a trap aud killed,
was brought to Elizabetd City,
N. 0., last Friday morning by W
P Pritohard and shipped to Phil
adelphia. The beast was caught
his men ashore.
Various effort! made in influ
ential quartera to start uegotia
t:ous looking to peace have up lo
the present failed. Yuan Shi
Kai's lieutouaut, Tsai Ting-Kan,
has returned here from a fruitless
attempt to uegotiate with Gener-
al Li at Wu Chans;. The com
maoder of the revolutionaiieB
seems determined nut t yield in
the slightest degree.
The foreign banks have practi
in a trap in a field on Mr. Pritob- oally decided to establish a bank
er's place, the trap being looated
near the fence lesdiug to the
cornfield. The Lear weighed 206
A number of the biggest raids
on blookade distilleries on record
in this State were made last week
by Deputy Rerenue Collector. K.
W. Merritt, Deputy Marshall J. B
Jorden and Posseman E. W.
Knight. Thty" started out Mon
day from Franklinton and out up
au 80-gallon distillery 1 1-2 miles
from Lodieburg. It war brand
new. the very first run of corn
whiskey to be made being in prog
ress. The operators escaped.
Wednesday they went out from
Durham and destroyed a 85-gallon
still, oaptured two negroes at
work thers and destroyed six gal
lons of whiskey, Lesides bear.
rhis was about two miles from
University Station. Thuraday
they oaptured two large distiller
ies, end of 90-gallou canacitv
aud the other 85 gallons, these
beiug near Bahama, Durham
oounty. There were no arrests at
e.ther of these. Friday thy de
stroyed an 80 gallon still about
half-way between Durham and
Ohipel Hill, along with it being
60 gallons of whiskey. Oue negro
was captured. He refused to tell
whose still it was.
iug committee at Shanghai, as in
1900, to meet the extraordinary
conditions aud ad j act the pay
menta of the indemnity and
An edict published today an
nouuees tnat tue regent rjpre
senting the em eior, will, ou No
vemoer zo. swear ootore tne em
peror's tablets in the ancestral
temple, that he will adhere to the
nineteen constitutional articles .
It is reported that' the Impe
riahsts have routed a rebel force
of 8,000 Humanese. The rebel
casualties, as reported, were 900
and the imperialists 200.
A Father's Vaogeatioe.
would have fallen ou any one who
attacked the son of Peter B.ndy,
of South Rockwood, Mich., but
he was powerless before attacks
of Kidney trouble, "Doctors
could not help him," he wrote,
so at last we gave him Eieotris
Bitters and he improved wonder-
A a ... w
rally trom taxing six Dottles it's
the best Kidney medicine I ever
saw." Backache, Tired feeling,
Nervousness, Loss of Appetite,
warn of Kidney trouble that may
end in dropsy, diabetes or Bright'
disease. Beware: Take Electric
Bitters and be safe. Every bot
tle guaranteed. 50c at all druggists.
ditious, potash more liberally
than they have ever done,
There is profit to the farmer in
a judioious use of commercial
fertilizers, and the better a man
farms tie more liberal purchaser
he beoomes of the fertilising m ar
terial that he finds his scil
i.eeds. And the farmers are rap
idly finding out what tbey ne?d
and what they do not need to buy.
and tne manufacturers who are
wise will soon find that it ia to
their interest to sell farmers wha
they want and let tbem ubo it in
such proportions as soil and crops
demand, When we find in the
reports of the stations hundreds
of brands offered as "specials"
for this, that Or the other crop,
and note that every one of these
specials" is the same thing it is
evidently time for the farmer to
dc hia own mixing and try to
make his "Specials" fit his crops
aud his lands.
We believe in the morV liberal
use of such fertilizing ureterals
that he finds bis soil need. Aud
the farmers are rapidly fiuding
out what they need and what
they do not need to buy, and the
manufacturers who are wise will
soon find that it is to their
interest to sell farmers what they
want and let them use it in such
proportions as soil and crops de
mand. Wheu we find iu the re
p rts of the stations hundreds of
brands offered as 'specials' for
this, that or the other crop, aud
note that every one of these
"speoiais" ia ane sametning it ia
evidently time for the farmer to do
bis own mixing and try to make
1 a. 1 II . ,
nis "jpeciaisy ug nis crops aud
We believe in the more libera
THE CURSE'OF THE AGE.
"Yellow" Journalism is Toe Corse ef
In congratulating Publisher
Betts of the Lyons (N. Y.) Re
publican on the oooasion of the
ninetieth anniversary of the
founding of that paper, John A
Sleioher, editor of Leslie's Week
ly, took the opportunity of giv
ing his opinion of "yellow" or
sensational journalism, whioh he
deolares is the curse of the pres
ent day. He said:
"The curse of our day is sensa
ibnal journalism. We have
oome to such a pass that we over-
ook all the good there is in life
because the yellow press pays no
attention to the good but devotes
itself almost wholly to the bad.
The kindly deeds of a good wo
man, the philanthropies of a gen
erous hearted man are overlooked
by sensation mongers, who fill
the columns of our papers with
the salacious details of divoroe
cases and the stories of bloody
crimes. These papers so into the"
homes every, day. They are read
by the fathers, by th mothers
and by the children. They .
counteract-all the best influences
of the school and the churoh.
They create a morbid appetite for
undesirable news, make the un
successful jealous of the success
ful, the poor spiteful toward the
rich and the dishonest question
the fruits of honest toil.
"In New York the other night
a great banquet was held. It was
attended by six hundred renre-
sentative business, financial and
commercial men, by leading
olergymen, Sunday school super
intendents and others who are
fighting fjr better things in our
civic life. This was the begin
ning of a great forward move-.
ment of the ohurches in every
section of the. United. States- and -Canada,
It waa a great "'. gather
ing of representative ineni How
much did the yellow papera of
the following morning give to the
initiation of this wonderful
movement? Some of them
scarcely noticed it. : The , longest .
reference was less than a column.
Yet all the papers were crowded
with details of scandals, sensa
tions and foolish items, not , one
of which would do good or, help
the morals of any community
"I do not indiot all the news
papers. I speak of the sensa
tional press, the cheap, and yel
low kind, which finds its best
living in our great cities crowded
by those who do not want to
think, who care little for educa
tion, less for morals, nothing 'for
the churches and ' who Datronize
only those newspapers that have
pictures of prize fights, divorces
and the crimes of the tenderloin.
"It is to the credit of what we
call the country press that it has.
escaped the virus of yellow jour
nalism. 1 congratulate Danera
like the Lyons Republican and
hundreds of others, all over thia
state, that have for years been
the welcome visitors of the house
hold, seeking the good of the
community, the best welfare of
the people, and the preservation
of that precious home influence
for go.d which is fast disappear
ing, I am e.rry to say, in all of
our great cities. "
Starts Much Trouble.
Secretary of the Navy Meyergin
his annual report will advocate
increased f ay for the government
olerk and age retirement. Deal-
inn arif.h amnlnvu in hia flWn Hh.
If all people knew that neglect nartmeut he will show that while
of constipation woald result in salaries advanced in all private
severe indigestion, yellow jaun- employment government sslaries
dioe cr virulent liver trouble they decreased, with a result that the
would soon take Dr. King's New Navy Department is losing maiy
Life Pills, and end it It's the competent employes. The Navy
only sate way. rest ior diuous- 1 Department ranks lowest in
use of such fertilizing materials
as the farmer needs. We know
that applications far heavier than
are oomuu uly used will pay bet
ter thau the little dribble of a
o uple of hundreds of pounds of
a low-grade complete fertiliser, if
the application is' goveroed b'y the
real needs cf the at il audV "oropsv
We want to sea the buyers of the
I fertilizing materials male? some
Bewae of Olntmeos for Catarrb
that Contain' Mercury.
As mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and completely
derange the whole system when
entering it through the mucous
sui faces. Such articles should
never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians,
as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can1 possibly
derive from them. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F.
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., con
tains no mercuiy, and is taken
internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surface of
the system. In buvins Hair
I Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine, it is tafcen inttmaUy
and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F.
J Cheney & Oo. Testimonial!
Sold' by all Druggists, 75c.
, beadaohe. dyspepsia, ohillsi compensation among ths goverL-1 moy as well as the sellers-The ' Take Hall's fS' p?
debUity. S5o at alWrugghiir jrrfmeati: Progmsifemr.- , constipaSon. ' 7 8 !