THE MONROE JOURNAL,
VOLUME XII. NO 4
MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1903
te .One Dollar a Year
Talking With The People.
A FAMILY OF KIN!
a irtmiwiiirttoii)u.vrrii(iwi ProfM tod From Catarrhal
the sample of ahaleof coltou which
be had ibiii-J and bu b had been
returned to liiui. On the aide of
, the sample the rottou white
and pretty first grade. Covered
by these two layers, the inside wax
black and stained, and al least three
grade below the outside. The oil
toil hud been bought by samples
, from the ootsitle of the hale, as all
. Sutton is. When the hale reached
the mill that was to consume it,
nd 0eued, its black heart was dm
Mt i covered imtule. "It looks," aaid
i the bnjrer, "an if people would
sometime learn that thia kind of
business won't d. There ia no
possibility of its escaping detect ion
and being aeiit hack to the lint
teller, even if the fraud ia not l in
covered Is fore the cotton isshipied
to Li vet pool and ocued. Kvery
bale of cotton can lie tnuvd luck
to the field iu which it grew with
uuerring certainty, yet a few men
have not learned this and will oc
casionally try to cheat."
Thia calls to mind the experience
that Mr. J. M. Fairley hail years
ago. He ImmiM two bales of eot
tou from accitaiu man iu the coun
ty and ahipied it. When thebaic
were opened they were found to be
very iuferior on the Inside, and
came back on Mr. Fairley. He wan
greatly indignant, and ls-sides mak
ing the man lake the rot ion back
ud pnyiug the costs, gave him a
good long piece of mind on the
character of such a transaction.
The neit seanou the name umu came
to Mr. Fairley to well a bale.
"Xo," aaid the latter, "I cau't deal
with you, I'm afraid of you; you
know what you did hist year."
"Now, Mr. Fairley," was the re
ply, "you know I've got too much
seiiae to try to fool you n;;stiu. If
I wanted to put up a Job on any
body, I'd le a mighty big fool to
try it ou the same mail twice."
That seemed no reasonable, that
II r. Fairley raised the bid a little
mid took the man's cotton. Not
long after it wus shipicd Mr. Fair
ley got notice that hale No. , iu
lot No. , was water-packed. He
traced it Up, and imagine his sur
prise to tiud that it was the identi
cal bale that he had iMiught from
his fair-talking man. He yanked
up the fellow again, and as much
surpriK-d as indiguant, asked him
what he meant. The fellow said he
gue.twe.d the house leiiked when tbe
j-'tou wh packed, be didn't (
i 1 how Uw it could have hap i
Disease lv Peruaa.
Mrs. rrnl Rarts.M. Uxili. Mo.
Mr. Kred Buta,T01-3 Ivory Af,Ft
Louie. Mo, write:
hnu we bar mil nwd.d a durlor, and
there sre nine of us ia the family. IV
run haa rendered us greater service thin
live doctors and all the patent mrdirim
1 used ID theeixyeara that I waaalrk. 1
waa ao bad that no one thought I would
A Cold ta the beginning of ratarrh. Tc
prevent colds, to cure rold, la to cheal
Catarrh outot iu rlctiui.
It Peruus la owd In the ftimtly tc
promptly cure rokls, the finilly In pro
runa In the house. l"e It f ir roughs
cold, la grippe, and other climatic at
foeiluusof winter, and there w ill be n
Other siltm-nts in the hniuo.
Address The I'eruna Medicine Co, Co
lumbua, O, for free rata'rh hunk.
about the subject of man killing,
since damage suits have become ao
frequent, and the basia ol aett le
nient ia the actual dollar and ceuta
value that the dead man may be
lirovcu to have txisseased. Aud
that the damage suit is not without
power to heal wounds, ia illustrated
by story told by Maj. John I.
Shaw, the well known counsel of
the Seaboard in thia section. A
colored bmkeuian had been killed,
aud it fell to Maj. Shaw'a lot to try
to console the widow and to settle
with her if possible without a suit.
He prepared himself with a big
bundle of one dollar bills, two huu
dred or so of them, and called. She
waa at first not to be consoled at
all, but filially agreed to compro
mise for so much, uud Maj. sbaw
paid the amount iu one dollar bills.
It waa a tremendous pile or money
for her, and she handled it with
wide-eyed satisfaction. Hy way of
keeping u, the cniiverwtUi a M the
papers were; Deinrr urawo, aJ-;
remarked, " tVell, Mary,
Sir. Fairley afterwards learned T0U' Ve eot lata of nun.ey now, and
that the man had made no attempt j you'll drees up line and catch
to corneal the fact from his neigh
Ikiih that he had put nbout fifteen
buckets of water iu the bale while
packing it, giving as his reason
that he wanted to "get evcu with
Attempts at cheating in this way
are much less freiiieut than they
used to la. Iu days gone by it was
not uncommon to find big locks in
the center of baled. Two bales were
once aold on this market that had
lieeu s.iud packed. They came from
the Hand section of South I'urolina,
and were the old fashioned long
bales, aud weighed like thunder!
When they were shipped and cut
open the white sand rattled out by
the bushel. They were shipMil
back here, taken hack by the grow
er, and, no doubt, sold ugaiu ou
The wonderful msgie by which a
scrub, ilea bitten yearling ia chung
ed into a line Jersey merely by
being killed on a mi I road has long
been a subject for joking iu North
Carolina. The settlement sheet of
any railroad iu the State would
likely show that all stock in North
Carolina ia of the finest blood
after it has been killed by an en
eine. The mimo levity that baa for
veara attached to thia phase of
Htock killing, haabeguu to grow up
Thia cm-at alack medicine It a
nonry aarer for ttork reieari. It
la a medicine, not a cheap food or
condition powder. Though put op
in cnarMT fiirm than Tbnlford'l
Black-Draught, renowned fur the
ear of the digmtion trouble! of
permna, it hat the earn qualitiet
ol invigorating digeatim, ttirring
ap tit torpid liver and looming
the eonttipaled bowelt for all ttock
and poultry. It ia carefully pre
pared and ita action ia ao healthful
that thick grow and thrive with aa
eoraaional doe in their food. It
aun hog cholera and nakea boga
(rrow fat It eurea chicken cholera
and roup and makea bene lay. It
coma conitipation, distemper and
eokla in borer, murrain in cat tie,
and Bukrl a draught animal do
mora work for the food consumed.
It give animals and fowls of all
kinds new life. Every fanner and
raiser abould certainly give It a
It coU 2Sc. a can and aavea tan
times ita price in profit
fiimcM, Merck. K Met.
f hev ha ulet roar BlKk-DrMfM
took eed foHri Medietae ea ur
elork Inr sime Uns. 1 kve wr M
kixla tl sMk feoa ket I kave km
IkM jews Is Ik best foe mr rr.
i. a. tuumim,
another husbaud." Her reply was
sincere, but a plenty. "No, boss,"
she aaid, "I don't think I'll ever
marry again, but if I do I shorcly
will marry another railroad nig
We quote from the Red Creek,
N. Y., Herald:
"Hound hand and foot and gag
ged, the maiden was put into the
gtiuuysack, and, unable to move or
scream, felt herself lieing carried
down a (light of stairs, put into a
buggy and then driven dowu the
street Ineffectually she tried to
rebsae herself from the gag. Alas!
she was bound too securely. Fi
nally the conveyance stoped. Site
waa ainiin carried into a building,
fainting and gasping lor breath;
the sack was taken from her head.
The villain, still masked, took the
ir!ur from her mouth, hiseyes gleam
ing like roala of fire through his
black mask, released her and hissed
thouuh his tightly clenched teeth,
'There, my pretty bird, scream and
yell as loud as you like, no human
ear will ever reach you. You are
in my power. Do you heart Totally
within my power. ' here am lr
she irasiied. 'In a store that never
advertises,' was the cruel response.
'Alas! Alas! she moaned. 'o pow
er on earth can save me; tio one
will look for me here,' and the poor
It's an old saying that the ugliest
men get the prettiest wivea, and
the alleged fact ia explained by the
supiMised fact that "opposite at
tract." Up in New York a prize
fiirhtcr whose face is so ugly his as
sociates call him "The Iog," has
just been married to a pretty girl,
and wheu asked bow be mauageu
"It am t looks that win a girl.
It's what a guy can do, what he can
make good at, that gets 'em."
Who will say that "Ibe img"
has not reached the true solution
of the question! The Newlork
World says that this Is true Dar
witiism philosophy, aud that "fit
test to survive is fittest to wive.
The most wicked or most cunning
fighter among cave meu got the
nick of the cave girls. The young
Indian won in war or in chase the
rieht to matrimony. Strength,
courage, skill, not beauty, make in
all ages an 'eligible parti.' eo to
day the novel hero who is 'hand
some as a Greek god' is ont of it
I'ictareaque ugliness is considered
piquant, but there must be courage
or strength or Inner worth fit for a
world of straggle. Burly foot ball
player, keen lawyer, brilliant wri
ter, or what not let 'Algy or
'Monty' be capable of bringing
plenty of meat to his cave and be
may be as ugly as yon please."
Governor Jeff Davis of Arkansas,
savs a contemporary, prides him
seif on the fact that he ia from the
country, (letting on a train the
other day, according to Represent
ative Garner of Texas, the rover-
nor aiet a crowd of "Hill liilhea," j
aa people from the oiouutaiua of
Arkansas are locally known. j
"How are you, Jeff I" asked the
rarions friends of the governor. j
"Tolerable," answered the go.
eroor, after greeting the crowd.
"How's Mrs. Davis!" some one
"She's got a pretty bad cold,"
the governor answered. "She was
out in the rain making soap and
caught cold. She never could aland
for store soap."
The Union county doctors have
a steel plated trust, the house rent
ers of Monroe have a f'mntual
understanding," the farmers have
combined to beat their euemiea,
the merchanta are getting up an
association, and even some of the
ladies of Mouroe have combined to
control the time for social visiting.
Let 'er roll!
The solicitors for old line life in
surance companies say that Mouroe
is a town ridden to death by frater
nal orders. It ia a fact that few
men can be found here who do not
belong to one or more "orders,"
and not a few belong to half a
dozen. Mr. W. H. I'hiler is an ex
ception. When asked the other
day what fraternal orders he be
longed to, be made an unexpected
answer. "Why," said he, "I don't
belong to any. Iou't belong to any
thing but the church; and I hold
that that organization is enough for
a man to belong to. If he will join
it aud live up to all its obligations,
he won't need anythiug else. And
this multiplying of societies and
organizations tends to weaken the
church, not ouly with nou members
hut with professing christian.
Mauy church members will work
like beavers for their lodge but
won't turn a hand for their
Mr. W. J. I'igg of Chesterfield
county sends the The Journal word
about a big fox chase which oc
curred down there the other day.
He says: "Ou theuightof the lsth,
the champion fox hunters of Jef
ferson caught a large fox, and it
was the old Missouri sheared tail
fox that the Armfield boys turned
loose last year after shearing his
tail. He ran well, going from
Steeue's Mill to Kuby and back,
making a seven hours' chase. The
linker and Deason packs did the
work, lie finally rail I ne a stable1
aud ju:nMd on a colt's bark while,
the d gs weru chasing arvund but-!
:i -TM rclt rwi film c-
he then climbed some bales c! vt j
ton, where he w taught U
sure euoiigh the old Missouri fox.''
Poison in Food.
Perhnns you don't realir.c that
many pain poisons originate iu your
food, but some day you may leei a
twir.ge of dyspepsia that will con
vinceyoii. Dr. King's New Life
Fills are guaranteed to cure all
sickuess due to poisons of undiges
ted food or money back. v. at
English Drug Co's. Try them.
docsu t believe in the v
bloodhound, but thinks he at least
New Jersey Woman Deliberately
kills Her Babies by (las Asphl
atkin, and Then Endeavors to
Bring Them Back to Life.
,L1 HuTt .h frl m!'"l lMr Sl'4 'vn 1,,;f 'll-d her two dutiful little girls
i st the d -s of w r th Pr"j'HU rried by the bill, by gas wsphxiatioii iu their home
iing interpreted in this! remaining 7.1 projects are : in Jerome place, Itloomtield, N. J .
divided among thirty other States.
a week ago. She is uow physically
restored bv treatment in Mountain
President Roosevelt seems in dead , '' b.pital, whilhershe was takeu
earnest iu his tight on the trusts,
aud he has tackled the two niiwl
powerful oreaui.ations on earth
the Standard till Company aud the
Beef Trust. Add to these is his
determination to pass a national
law regulating freight rutin, aud it
will tie seen what he has ou hand.
1 he Senate having refused to pas
the bill passed by the House on
thissubji-ct, the prt sideut hasealled
an extra sessiou of Congress to meet
on March 4th. The derision that
has attached to the phrase, "tin-
trust buster," is likely to la
changed into something serious.
Safe But Very Dull.
Mag Wot is "plalonic affec
tion," Liz! Is it lovet
Liz Well, no; it ain't true, love!
Dere ain't no quarreling in it, ner
no fightiug, ner worrying, ner hock
ing, ner drinking, ner getting ar
rested fer non-support, ner nuthin'
wot's really passionate!
Getting Married by Common 5ensc
our H .in.
List week we published a sensi
ble article from an exchange en
titled, "Young Fools that Marry."
Aud now an old bald -headed bach
elor comes to us tor advice as to
w hat is the best nge to get married
a question that should Is1 of lio
iersonal interest to him, unless it
is to add to his store of useful
knowledge and general informa
tion. Getting married is something
that should not la governed by age,
but it should lie governed by coin
nion sense, Wheu a voting pair of
gosling courting folks get iu love
with each other so much that thev
can't look at each other without
letting their hearts get up when
their brains ought to lie, and just
have to get married la-fore they
can get over it, whether they have
anything except their wearing
clothes or not, they make a mis
take so far-reaching in effects that
it almost invariably scatters failure
and disappointment to the end ol
lfe sjonrney. The lite of an old
maid or an old bachelor is a para
dise compared with the life of
many a young couple that marry
"just for love" aud uevcr have any
thing else to live ou.
0')ve Trouhle Porseen.
It i ends but little foresight to Id'.
that r en your stomach and liver
Vt ly 'a?M4 tKioblt i.
ahead nolens you take' ilia proper
medicine for your diseeu'e, as Mrs.
Johu A. Young, of Clay, N. Y.,
did. She says: "I hud neuralgia
of the liver and stomach, my- heart
was weakened, and I could not eat.
I was very bad for a long time, but
in Electric Hitters 1 found just what
I needed, for they quickly relieved
and cured me." lfc-st medicine for
weak women. Sold under guaran
tee by English Drug Co. at .Vic. a
Impoverished soil, like impov
enslied blood, needs a protn-r
fertilizer. A chemist by analyz
ing the soil can tell you what
fertilizer to use for different
If your blood is imjK)verishcd
your doctor will tell you what
you need to fertilize it and give
it the rich, red corpuscles that
are lacking in it. It may lie you
need a tonic, but more likely you
need a concentrated fat food,
and fat is the element lacking
in your sysb-m.
There is no fat food that is
so easily digested and assimi
of Cod Liver Oil
It will nourish nnd strengthen
the ImmU- when milk and crenm
fail to io it. Scott's Emulsion
is alwnys the s.nne; always
palatable nnil nlwuvs la-ncficial
where the body is wafting from
any cause, either in children
W will Mosf you a umplt frtt.
fie anre thnt thia iiic
tnm in the form of a
hM i on the wrpr-r
of every bottle of Kuiul
auin yoa boy.
scon & BOWNE
483 Pearl St.. Itw Tort
SO. and tt M).
Comment on Various Topics building the several states car- mother kills her children
The esteemed Charlotte 0errer .T ?
Vlli rUM'W (Mill tli llir :.!, V-wr
I... ai-aa iuk lit ... t..
1.4 ... 1 l,.v UVaVa',W V T'",V.W,VW
etM .Tf ZVl lfi Co..init1r;u public build.ngs and ! "I l-.re my children no malice."
many worthier Uilngs are often rniuIdl. mhi,u drew op the lull. .Such was the statement of Mrs. Al
ZTLJl ZrXL," ' M'M.liew.li.tlrw-erLani, who delilmtrly
.irinvui jrwi eat j uawrw w s siwbbi -v
Berlin fer must
which being inter l
cane means bloodhounds. The Ger
mau government a few months ago
shipped several hundred dogs to
its soldiers in Africa to be n-d as
sentinels, for hunting the wounded
in thickets and for tracking the
uatives. The dispatch says that
wheu tried the dogs were of little
nse. No wonder, when the dogs
seut were such as were promiscu
onsly contributed by the public for
that purpose, and no doubt em
braced all kinds of dogs aud "curs
of low degree," Thiuk of sending
a beuch-legged fice that has been
used to standing nuderthe kitchen
step and barking at back -yard dar
kies, out to Africa to hunt wild
and wooley natives clad only in
bracelets aud defunct missionary
hats! This is a violent interpreta
tion of cur character. We aie still
a believer iu the genuine blood
hound. We remind the Observer
that he always finds the trail before
There is oue furiner iu the legis
lature aud he's a tartar. He is a
great giant of a fellow from I'itt,
named Laugh inghouse, educated,
well to-do aud very intelligent, but
too hot headed for safety. He is a
stand by of all Iemocratic conven
tions, where be often causes a stir
by a hot, or ill-timed speech. Ou
one occasion while he was making
a speech somebody sang out, "Take
him down !" Mr. Laugbinghoiise
invited the caller to come up and
lake him down, but he didu't go.
He goes for the lawyers iu the leg
islature. Iu discussing the bill,
which was defeated, to allow new
trials in criminal cases when new
evidence la discovered after the
trial, he said that it was remark
able to see the interest some law
yers took in the criminal classes.
"They have already got the laws
so fixed," declared he, "that it is
neit to impossible to convict auy
one. Keep on putting beams into
this structure to protect the crimi
nals of the laud and soon a man
riiirtit as wull go to lit-il to look for
iiini"iied religion as so go to the
con -ui oX Nortb-Oaroit a to look for
purity in Uie Zf- And it's these
criminal lawyers that a" respon
sible lor this state of attairs. Let
every laymau in the house sit down
upon this bill."
1 hey sat.
The attempt to defeat temper
ance legislation by having the ex
ecutive committee to meet iu Kal-
eigh last Tuesday and "interpret"
the Itemocratic platform failed ful
ly. When the committee met it was
soon uiseovereu mat me wnisney
push had failed again. By a vote
of 50 to 25, after a hot debate, the
committee adopted this resolution
and went back home:
ICesolved, That the committee
take no action iu reference to mat
ters set out in the call."
New Jersey is a State said to have
sold itself to corporations; Rhode
Island, a State where the suffrage
is restricted, aud where the "bust
ness element" run things, is bought
and sold at every election, accord
ing to au article by Lincoln Btetl-
eres in McClure's, by direct money
corruption of the voters themselves.
Delaware has becu on the block for
years, but so far Addicks, the dis
reputable gas man who went to
that State to buy a United States
senatorship, has not yet succeeded.
There his meu have been deadlock
ing the State legislature every two
years for a long time and prevent
ing the election of anybody else.
Addicks has just given np hope
again of lieing elected this session,
but the statement is made that he
will be a candidate until election
or death settles it. Such spectacles
in these States where the people
are supposed to lie "advanced,"
and w here the two great parties are
pretty evenly divided, do not well
support the idea that we need two
evenly balanced parties in the
South. We pass tins proposition
to such of our contemporaries as
are interested iu It.
It looks like some of our North
ern friends really want to make np.
President Roosevelt certainly does.
Tjut. week we published some of
bis words on the negro question,
and we must give him credit for
having killed what was known as
the "Crumpacker bill" to reduce
Southern representation in ton-
great. Now Congress has just
passed a law requiring all Confed
erate flags in the possession of the
government to be returned to their
owners in the South. To show bow
sentimeut over the line seems to
be mellowing, it is recalled that
when this idea of returning the
flags was recommended by Presi
dent Cleveland, it caused a great
furor. Now the (fraud Army,
which thinks that it ought to own
the world, will not dare to raise a
howl over President Roosevelt's
endorsement of this law.
Graft, graft, everywhere and In
a thousand forms. One of the fa
vorite forms of congressional graft
is for public buildings. The pros
Lillian Wasn't it sweet of your
husband to send you a kiss by
Adelle I haven't decided yet ;
I'm suspicious that that telegraph
operator was a woman. Detroit
Beautiful eyesund handsome face
eyes are windows to a woman's
heart. Hollister's Rocky Mountain
tea makes bright eyes. .'15 cents,
Tea or Tablets. English Drug Co.
unconscious from the room where
her children lav dead.
Alienists will shortly examine
Mrs. Ioux, and meantime an inves
tigatiou is being made of her ante
cedents to aneertaiu if a taint of in
sauitv altlicted the familv. To those
of the authorities who have talked
with her, her astouuding confes
sions relating to the murder of her
children seem incredible.
In her owu words, it was her
great love for Minnie Augusta,
aged four, and Elsie May, eighteen
months, which impelled her to kill
(belli. Site is resigned to paying
the tlcath ticualty for her crime,
looking on it as a necessary inci
dent iu the terrible work of mur
dering the childreu to spare them
the piwsilulily of physical suffering
such as she endured from asthma.
Thrice she snatched the little
ones from the very gates of death,
but each time she returned to the
self appointed sacrifice, impelled
by what she had convinced herself
was her fearful duty. When the
charge of murder was rend to Mrs.
Ioiix aud the words, "with malice,"
were pronounced, she interrupted:
"I k i 1 1-1 them, but it was not
through ill-will. It was because I
loved them, and did not want them
to live aud sutler as I have suf
fered." Her husband saw her in the jail
last Saturday for the first time
since the tragedy. With forced
calmness, which was indubitably
assumed to sustain him in the or
deal, she said;
"Charlie, 1 am sorry for you. I
know you are awfully broken up.
My part of it will soon I over,
aud you must try and live it dowu.
Time will enable you to get over
Mrs. Loux says she had long bad
iu mind the death of her children.
She resents any suggestion that she
is insane. Wheu her husband left
iir wid t:ie cln'-ireu to stay
two uuys in Ai hi. ip Liirhliinds,
she set out to accoiup:;h her plan.
iSne, bathed the children- nnd put
them to bed, aud at 11 p.m. turned
on the gas iu their room.
"At '2:H0 o'clock Sunday morn
ing I looked at my Moved chil
dren," Mrs. Loux said yesterday.
"They were awake aud evidently
aware that something wits wrong.
I could see that they were suffer
ing, and I could not Is-ar the sight.
I turned off the gas, which had
U'cii gradually filling the room. I
fondled and pressed them to my
breast, aud told them they would
soon feel better. Again I brooded,
and as soon as I had lulled Iheiu to
sleep 1 turned the gas partly on,
and resumed my walking up ami
down in an adjoining room.
"I dreaded to look at my babies,
but at (i a.m. I found they were still
alive. Minnie told me she had a
pain in her head. Again I was un
able to bear the thought of their
suffering, and I turned off the gas,
opened the window and let iu cool
"I sang them to sleep, and then
fell to brooding. The old determi
nation to kill them and myself re
turned, and for the third time 1
turned on the gas. It was then
alter 7 o clock. The children lav
There is a quality in Royal
Baking Powder which makes
the food more digestible and
wholesome. This peculiarity
of Royal has been noted by
physicians, and they accord
ingly endorse and recom
ovm saeiNS eowwa CO.. New voaa.
children might uot suffer when I
again turned on the gas, I gave to
eacn a large dose of paregoric and
tney soon fell asleep,
gas ou lull. I did
glance at my darlings for some time
for fear I might again falter. hen
the clock struck 11 I went to the
crib, and could see that my loved
ones were dying. I was ls-side my
self with grief, aud the desire to
take them up aud save them over
"That moment I Iss-ame faint,
i fell upon the lied, and caj re
member staring al the ceiling pow
erless, because of the deadly gas
fumes, to save my darlings. I
knew nothing more until I awoke
in the hospital."
Mrs. Ixiux comes of a good fam
ily well known iu Monmouth coun
ty. She has shown no emotion since
her commitment to jail. While ap
pareutly realizing fully the enor
mity of her crime, her lielief is tiu-
shaken that she acted for the best
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the
Tht soothing aud healing properties
of this remedy, Us pleasaut taste and
prompt and perniaueut cures have
made it a favorite with people every
where. It ii especially prized by
mother of small children, for colds,
croup and whooping cciunh, aa it al
ways affords quick relief, aud as it
containi no opium or Liber harmful
drug, it may be given as confidently to
a baby at to an adult. For tale by
C. N Simpson. Jr. and S. J. Welsh.
No Rest on Earth.
Perambulating Pete Tim, don't
I turned the' erwisn Uv,id iu dw P'0
uot dare to Tner JM V . ,U "5 UU "
ajtt isw Ota aaaa v u vi iijio asaswaw etiMS
right at yer feett
Tie -pass Tim Naw. Who'd
crack tie uuts fer met
The Best Physic
When you want t physic that it mild
and Ktulle, easy to lake and certain to
act, alwaya use Chamberlain's Stom
ach aud Liver Tableta. Eor aale by
C. N. himpton, Jr. and S. J. Welsh.
Dou't stand and talk for hours
with the postman. Other people
want to get their mail as well aa
STATE OK OHIO,
City or Toledo,
Ll'CAS Coi N1V,
l-rank J. Cbauey makes oath that ha
it teuior partuer of the firm of F. J.
Cheuey 4 Co., doing buaineaa ia the
City of Toledo, County sad State
aforesaid, aud that taid firm will pay
the sum ol One Hundred Dollars for
each and every case of Catarrh that
canuot be cured by the use of Hall'l
Catanh Cure. Frank J. Chanet
Sworn to before me aud subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D. i8S6.
seal A. W. Glkason,
Hall'l Catarrh Cure it taken intern
ally, aud acts directly on the blood
and mucous suifacet of the tytetm.
SenJ for testimonials, free.
Sold by druggists, 75c,
Take Hall's Family fills for constipation.
3) IS IT YOUR 3)
r ATITTiT Tl A TTT fTl 9 i
o UVYi)l liiULl
"Say, old man," liegan Itracer,
preparing for a touch, "yon know
that fiver I borrowed of you last
"I'm afraid not," interrupted I,,.,,, to cry, so I ran to them, took
Vteiser; suppose you imrouuce them up and Hilly restored mem.
me to it
are instantly relieved aud perfectly
healed by Ituckleu s Arnica Nilve.
C. Kiveubark, Jr., of Norfolk, a.,
writes: "I burnt my knee dread
fully; that it blistered all over.
Buckleu's Arnica Salve stopped the
pain aud healed it without a scar."
Also heals all wounds and sores.
2'ic. at English Drug (Vs.
Smith Old Skinner wanted to
lie cremated, but I see they buried
Jones Yes, but I wouldn't lie
surprised he didn't fool 'em, after
all. Chicago News.
Thr' s nrrttjr rlrl In an Alpine hat,
A awmer alrl with taller lirlm,
Rul th hamlome.l irlrl y.m II rv? r we,
I. tiie aennlbl srirl hu u- llx-kr Mountain
Tea. r.nhli Uruii c.
1 was haiipv for a few minutes. 1
talked to them for more than an
hour autl then put them back to
"I tiecame more resolute of my
purpose, knowing that it would lie
too late when my husband should
have returned. Iu order that the
"Why do so many pianists wear t
"I suppose," answered Miss Cay
enne, "that some of them let their
hair hang over their ears so as uot
to be so much disturbed by the sur
rounding conversation." Wash
A few counterfeiters have lately
been making and trying to sell im
itations of Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, and other medicines, there
by defrauding the public. This is
to warn you to beware of such peo
ple, who seek to profit, through
stealing the reputation of remedies
which have been successfully cur
ing disease tor over 35 years. A
sure protection, to you, isonrname
on the wrapper. Look for it, on
all Dr. King's, or Buckleu'i reme-
Am all AfVtore a rw ttiam imit-
tione, 1L E. Bucklen & Co., Chi-1
ent bill before Congresa for federal cago, 111., and Windsor, Canada. (
In trying to econo
mize in buying your
Meats. What Is to
my customers' inter
est is to my interest.
I Buy Only
Iht Very Best
and healthiest cows,
sheep and boga for
the Market Such
stuff as is not fit for
my market is often
aold otherwise. Un
wholesome food will
cause sickness and
sickness costs money
so buy your Meats
from Parker's Mar
ket, where every
thing ia guaranteed.
Have I notified you time after f
I time to come and settle? If so, l
your paper is or will be in the hands ! !
of an officer to collect and you willo
be taxed with the cost. Can you
altora to nave your property ais
posed of in that way? It is going j
to be done if you don t settle.
Now, if you dont like it, just
Cull 0. Sikes. j
Our last car load of horses and mules went
like hot cakes, and we have another load just
in. They were selected to suit this section's
trade by our buyer from among thousands of
head, and were bought with cash and will be
sold at small profits, and must be to our custo
mers when bought by them just as represent
ed by us. AU our business time, brains, money
and energies are devoted to the horse and mule
trade alone, so that we may be able to buy
cheapest and sell cheapest We want to make
you our customer for Ufa; to do so we must treat
you right in every trade. It is a duty you owe
to your wife and children, heirs and assigns,
administrators and executors to come and ex
amine and price our stock before you buy.
E. A. ARMFIELD & SONS.