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Jothmg baa ever been produced to
.eqtial or compare with IX'QSipluiJ.yS1
- sVitci, Sazsl Oil as a cxhattts and
. used 40 years and always affords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
--fir ? PAT ENT VARIABLE
- - . It Cores Pius or HutoM Bores, External
: or Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching and
Burning; Cracks or fissures and fistulas.
.. Relief uamediate core certain.
1 u Lores nuaxs, acaKis ana ulceration ana
. vantneooa trom liums. Keuei instant.
It Cares Torn, Cat and Lacerated
- rvoonas ana xxrnses.
, It Cares Bona, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Old
Head. It is Lfrllible.
:'. and Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
"ir-Cuees SAlT Rhevk, Tetters, Scurfy
- tropbons, Snapped Hands, rerer Blisters,
" Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
v Sore and Chafed t eet. SUngs of Insects.
'", Three Sixes, ISC. 50c. and $1.00.
aoMbyril niiifi r nt port paid on rsocipurf pri.
axarounrr m. cbl, iu a ua man St., i
I MHhl III!
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Wm. H. OLIVER
Life, Fire. Marine,
' Accident, Fidelity,
: Steam' Boiler
" A' Nnmdpr of Timo-Triol and
rRxe-Testtvl Commnies Ilepresent
v wer ?r'..yi.(i(M assets repre
, Uommisstoner of Deeds for rew
if uvuurvucuii uu 1 cuj 1
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"..-.; EPAgent National Board Ma-
". rine Underwriters.
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peasant Location New Manage-
--'.- Kent 4iool Apnnmmooationa
- Attentive Servants
V Terms Eeasonable.
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fillllJN T fl I TI:HKI.T.
Unsurpassed Scenery, Water,
Air, and Fare.
Opens May 1st, 1SD4.
W. D. SrBAGTJE, Prop.
IBailroad, Telegrapb. aud Post
; Offices near the door. mlotf
is more waterproof,
W' -m r
J 1 KWit ir.K. 1 1 111
will Wear Long
- mimm m.ij uiucr mxjui iituiuiacTureo. i
; Am, tar thmy" FtSM BRAND;" take no other.
r . our. A. inwRLL ai UJ, bule Agents, baltimorab .
? LADIES CO XOU KNOW
.:- V OB. FEUX LE BRUN'S
stm pnrmnYin diiir
wan 11 aim 1 i.ui llUI 1 1LUJ
' rthaorHnaI aal only FRENCH, mfeand rt
luhiaoira on th narkeC frico tUX; occt bj
lau. ueaoiooaDiilocuy bj
, F. S. D Ui'Ji'y, Druggist and
Sole Agent. . 1 - - - f .
FREE COAL AND IUON ORE.
The Jdurnai. Ikh, in its local
I'uiuu, r-i.rtd hi appropriate
U 1 111 I u t In- 1 1 1 , ;. ; I,. ; i:r ut l'resi.
ii-in (. iiv i.ui'l aiul .iniiii Aho. I 'r Irou ic, an i . i
Bjitioi tb-c dt.-limt;ui8hed men j in the prrw.-ut comln inn -aro
tlisMiMr-tif-.i wi'h the new tariff I possible to gat them. All
rtlnl urgo !lj).i;i
t'ilrt for tiie
'l'lits wr'i i ,
t li O Pi s lit u .
:i iT rests
m ;ic:ord with
speot to what
the : .: . 1 1 i"
ill ti li:r
. 1. ei
; u ;
eert no use
of tbo taiill
.t preheut tHne.
t.u-itiy wants now is
t ,iV rttri'atiou.
I 1 1 err
ron u-r .1
m 1 1 . ; 1 1 1 1 1 l: in he gained by
:iu; tho inevitable,
and auy turiher contention can
ouly renult in ditjastrous party
friction and the henderance of the
prompt aDd confident resumption
Parties are very evenly divded
in the Rebate, and the Democratio
p.trtv need not attempt to
s aiiy measure to wbicb
tnur or ruore Deruncratic Senators
How could it be reasonably ex
pexted that tbe Senators from
Ai." mi.. i nml Louisiana would
ote for free ol, free Iron and
,'u'r -ui.T i public man in
I'ci.n.-;. i tiii.t would think of such
. tli.ug. Alabama has ten times
more need of piotictiou than Penn
sylvania, and yet her senators are
denuuneed for not supporting a
measnie which they say would bring
ruui to their state. T'util recently the
mineral resources of Alabama were
unknown. The accounts rent out
of her Iron Mountains and exbaust
less fields of coal were regarded as
fabulous stories worthy of a Mun
chausen, but truth is stranger
than notion. The Warrior coal
fields contain not less than 1 1-,-113,000,000
tons of coal, three times
that of the great coal producing
state of Pennsylvania. At the
present rate of consumption the
oosl of the Warrior fields alone
would last the world 275 years.
This coal at the present price would
be worth at the mouth of the mines
150,000,000, 000-or about 1000
times as much as the whole pro
perry of Alabama was -orth in
1 8Si). The iron interests of Ala
bama are bejond estimation. The
Red Mountain, at whose base
Birmingham is located, is sixty
miles long, and is practically inex
haustible. There the iron ore, the
coal, aud tbe limestone, - necessary
to the manufacture of iron, have
been laid over against each other
by nature, and the same train can
tike aboard and carry at tbe same
time ail the iugredients used in
making pig iron.
Almost innumerable furnaces,
fonudaries, and rolling millef. have
been established in this mineral
region aud are doing a profitable
business under th3 McKinley tariff,
Remove at one blow all the
protection afforded by that law and
these industries will shut down,
and thousands of operatives will
g out in the world homeless
wouderers on tbe face of the Earth.
Senators Morpan aDd Pugb did
weil when fHy cjusented to a re
duction of fifty t er cent, on the
coal ami iron t-cbedule. To have
voted tor hee coal and free iron
w- nUl have made their names ''a
hi inr -. i. il In w:i d" all over their
L'jmsiau.t C4ii no more consent
for sugar to come in free than Ala
bama ean agree for coal and iron
to be admitted without custom
It is impossible to get a bill
throngh this Congress placing coal,
iron and sugar upon the Free Llist.
Cartoria is truly a marvelous
thing foi children. Doctors pres
cribe it, medic-tl journals recom
mend it and more than a million
mothers are using it in place of
Paregoric, Ba'emau's Drops, so-
called soothing sjrups and other
narcotic and stnpef3tng remedies.
Castoria is the quickest thing to
regulate the stomach and bowels
and give healthy sleep the world
has ever seeD. It is pleasant to the
taste and absolutely harmless. It
relieves constipation, quiets pain,
cures diarrhoea and wind colic,
allays feverisbness, destroys, and
prevents convulsions, soothes the
child and gives it refreshing and
natural sleep. Castona is the child
ren s panacea the mother a friend.
Castoria is put up in one-size
bottles only. It is not sold in bulk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon
anything else on tbe plea or pro
mise that it is "just as good" and
"will answer ev?ry purpose."
See that you get U-A-S-T-O-R-I-A
A Small Dish of Science.
Twelve Thousand microbes
strung on a line would make a pro
cession only an inch in length.
They can cut diamonds so small
in Holland that it takes fifteen
hundred of them to weigh a karat
The distance from the furthest
point of polar discovery to the pole
is said to be less than a hundred
A single polypus has been cut
into one hundred and twenty-fonr
parts, and each in time becomes a
In order to realize the size of the
tbe water molecule yen must im
agine a drop of water to be magni
fied as big as tbe earth, and then a
molecule would be between the size
of a small shot and a cricket ball.
'upbthaline, which is a product
of coal tar distillation, in appear
ance something like paraffin e, has
been found useful in England for
the preservation of timber. The
wood is soaked for two to twelve
hours in the melted naphthaline at
temperature of two hundred
The in.in with only one idea is
much moie dangerous that the
man without any idea at all.
Every woman has an idea that
it ought to be a pleasure for a man
to work for money for her to spend.
FREE COAL, FREE 1K0V I n il FREE
' Iu commou with iH
, !rats wo m- i I
I .'I. -
renewed can do 18 to .narch teitlil 101
: of tliewar! nntil e pitch our teuts in
i t he land oi O oaau.
In a lnte e.iitonal w call atten
tion to the ilifliciil' ies 111 th way
1 01 lnt3 him niueDi in our oi'jeui,
1 fnd now linpossioiti it wan to pass
the Wilson bill in the Senate. We
instanced the situation iu Alaba
ma: theitrjuiense coal xnd
iron iuttri'sts thit had de
veloped under the MeKm-ly, law
and tbf disaster to tbe state that,
in the opinion of her Senators,
would follow the placing of coal
and iion oreou the free libt.
We come now to consider tbe
sugar question as it relates to
Louisiana and the conduct of her
Senators. Our object in these
articles is not to exonerate the
senators of Alabama and Louis
iana, but to show soma of the em
barrassments of the Democratic
party in attempting to come np to
the letter of its declarations in fa
vor of Free Coal, Free Iron Ore
and Free Sagar.
Withont any relerenee to trusts
one of the abominations of lte
pnblicanisui there is enough open
to universal observation to make
it evident that the Lonisiana
senators conld not vote for Free
Sugar withont bringing down upon
themselves the condemnation of
Most of the sugar consumed in
this countiy is the product of
Louisiana aud the West India
Islands. If 'he Lonisiana orop is
withdrawn Iron the market, the
West Indies can monopolize the
sugar trade and fix the price to
suit themselves. Obliterate the
Lonisiana crop and leave the West
Indies without competition and
Sugar will not advanoe a single
cent a pound, as it is said it will
under the new tariff, but it will go
ap two, tbiee, four, and five cents
a pound. Tne question is shall
the sugar industry live and pros
per in L ui lanat If the Louis
iana pi niter would be insured
against th destruction of his crops
and his m )in he would ask no
bounty nor one particle of tariff
protection. But in the present
condition, with the Mississippi
river oveifljwing it bnks ever,
two or three years, the Louisiaua
sugar planter must hare some
protectiou or atandn his busines.
In the nature of things in
existing conditions the Lonisiana
senators could not votes for free
sugar without destroying them
selves, and without their vote the
tariff bill could not pass.
But are we never to have free
coal, free iron ore, and free sagarf
Yes. we will have all of these
and free silver besides,
In a little while Alabama wi
neet no protection for her coal and
her iron, bnt she will be able to
comDete with the whole world
on the dead level of tree trade
It will not be a decade before the
Mississippi river will be bridled
and held to the track. The valley
of the Mississippi will be the
garden of the world.
But this is not all. TQf Louis
iana sugar cri p will be supplimeut
ed by the crops ot Florida and
Texas, and the sugar supply will
be augmented by the beet engar
of the West Jand the maple sugar
of the North, and America supply
We could not get the Wilson
bill, bnt we have got a tariff that
in a single year saves $725,000,000!
Glory enongh for one day and
we are still marching on.
THEY WILL BE BEHEADED,
An Edict Regarding the Murderers of
Missionaries in China,
The London Times publishes
dispatch from Tien Tsin stating
that an imperial edict has been
issaed in connection with the out
rages perpetrated on missionaries
and the murder of Rev. James
wylie, a fresoyterian missionary,
who was recently killed at Liao
Yang by Chinese roldiers who
were marching to Korea.
Tbe edict condemns t'je Chinese
officers responsible for the good
conduct of the troops, and orders
that the actual murderers be be
headed. It is further ordered that
the chapels which have been de
stroyed be rebuilt at tbe expense
of the people in the localities where
the outrages were committed, and
that compensation be paid to the
relatives of Mr. Wylie.
The Tsung-Li-Yamen, or Supre
me Council, and Viceroy Li Hung
Chang have expressed deep regret
to tbe British Minister because of
the outrages. Washington Post.
The Lou Patig Case.
The-New Yoik correspondent lor
the St.'Louis Globe Democrat pub
lishes in that paper a list of cases
in which it is alleged innocent
persons have been sentenced, from
various States. He cites from
North Carolina tbe case of Lou
Parris, the young whir woman
who Stabbed to the heart a ung
man named Johnson.
The facts in this case, as furnish
ed Governor Cair, are that Lou
heard Johnson had said she was in
a forest alone with a man. She
sent for him. He euf to her house,
told ner ana ner motoer ue bad so
said; that it was true, bat that he
had not named, nor would be
name, tbe man. Lou sprang ut
him and stabbed him to tbe
She was tried and was defended
by able counsel. It was shown
that Johnson's statement was trne;
that she had been in tbe forest with
the man and that, furthermore,
her character was bad. Her coun
sel advised her to submit to a ver
dict of murder in the second de
gree and this she did, and got a
ten years sentence. Bal Cor
THE TARIFF BILL PASSED.
The bill not in Line Willi lloiir-t Tji II'.
Reform Hut an I mpro i-in t-n t
Washington, Aug, 27. Pie-;,
deut Cleveland has written the fol
lowing letter to Representative
Catchiugs, of Missiesipi, in which
he sets forth his views of the new
Tariff law, and gives his reasons for
not approving tbe bill.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 27.
"Hon. T. C. Catchings:
"My Dear Sir: Since tbe coner
sation had with you md Mr.
Clark, of Alabama, a few d; s ago,
In regard to my action on tbe
Tariff bill now before me I have
given the subject most serious con
sideration. Tbe result is that I am
more settled than ever in the lc
termination to allow the bill to be
come a law without my signature.
"When the formation of legisla
tion which it was hoped would em
body Democratic ideas of tariff re
form was lately entered upon by
the Congress, nothing was further
from my anticipation than a result
which I could not ptompiiv anil
enthusiastically endorse. Tt t,
therefore, with a feeling of the ut
most disappointment that I submit
to a denial of th's privilage.
"I do not claim to be better thu'i
the masses of my party; nor do 1
wish to avoid any responsibility
which, on account of the passage
of this law, I ought to bear a. a
member ol the Democratic organ
ization. Neither will 1 permit my
self to be separated from my party
to such an extent as might be im
plied by my veto of tariff legisla
tion, which, though disappointing,
is still chargeable to Democratic
effort. But there are provisions in
this bill which are not in line with
honest tarff reform, and it contains
inconsistencies and crudities which
ought not toappearin taiiff laws
or laws of any kind. Besides, there
were, as you and I .veil know, in
cidents accompanj ing tbe passage
of tbe bill through tbe Congress
which made every sincere tariff' re
former unhappy, while intluences
surrounded it in its latter stages
and interfered with its final con
ptruction, which ought not to be re
copnized or tolerated in Demo
cratic tariff reform counsels. And
vet. notwithstanding all its vicis
situdes ani all the hard treatment
it received a'; tbe bands of pretend
ed lneods, it presents a vast im-
provejient to ex sting conditions
It will certainly lighun many tariff
burdens that now rest heavily upon
the people- Ic is not only a barrier
against the return of made protec
tion, but it furnishes advantage
ground fiom which must be waged
further aggressive operations
against protected monopoly aud
"I take my place with tho rank
and file of the Democratic party
who bflieve in tariff reform and
who know what it is, who refuse to
accept the results embodied iu this
bill as the close of the war, who are
not blinded to the fact that the
livery of Democratic tariff reform
has been stolen and worn in the
service of Republican protection,
and who have marked the places
where the deadly blight of treason
has blasted the counsels of tbe
brave in their hour of might.
"The trusts and combinations
the communion of pelf whose
machinations have prevented us
from reaobing tbe success we des
erved. should not be lorgotten or
forgiven. We shall recover from
our astonishment at their exhibi
tion of power, and if then t ie ques
tion is forced npon us, whether
tbey shall submit to the free legis
lative will of the people's repre
sentatives, or shall dictate the laws
which the people mnst obey, we
will aceept and settle that issue as
one involviog the integrity and
safety of American institutions.
'I love the principles of true
Democracy, because they are found
ed in patriotism and upon justic
and fairness oward all interests.
I am proud of my party organiza
tion, because it is conservatively
sturdy and persistent in the enfor
cement of its principles. There
fore, I do not despair of the efforts
made by the House of Representa
tives to supplement the bill already
passed by further legislation, and
to have engrafted upon it such
modifications as will more nearly
meet Democratic hopes and aspira
tions. "1 cannot be mistaken as to the
necessity of free raw materials as
the foundation. The extent to
which this is recognized in the
legislation already secured is one
ot its encouraging and redeeming
features: but it is vexatious to re
call that while coal and iron ore
have been denied us, a recent letter
of the Secretary of the Treasury
discloses the fact that both might
have been made free by the annual
surrender of only about $700,000
of unnecessary revenue.
"I am sure that there is a com
mon habit of under estimating tbe
importance of free raw material in
tariff legislation, and of regarding
them as only related to concessions
to be made to our manufacturers.
The truth is, their influence is so
far-reaching that if disregarded a
complete and beneficent scheme
ol tariff reform cannot be success-
fully inaugurated. When we give
to our manufacturers free raw
materials, we unshackle American
enterprises and ingenuity, and
these will open the doors of foreign
markets to the reception of our
wares and give opportunity for em
ployment of Amerisan labor. With
materials cheaDened bv their free
dom from fariff charges, the cost of
their product must be correspond
ingly cheapened. Thereupon, justice
and fairness to tbe coDSume r woald
demand that tbe manufacturers
be oollged o euhmit to such a re
adjustment and modification of
the tariff upon their finished goods
as would secure to the people the
benefit of tbe reduced cost of their
manufacture and shield the con
sumer against the exaction of in
Il wi.l thus be seen that fri.-
raw materials and a just aud fear
less regulation and reduction of tbe
tariff to meet the changed condi
tions would carry to every humble
home in the land the blessings of
increased comfort and cheaper
living. The millions of onr country
men, who have fought bravely and
well for tariff reform, should be
exhorted to continue the struggle,
bodily challenging to open warfare
and constantly guarding against
, until r i
fen n g -
( ; in . i:i; I j.k V)
u:i)i: commit 1 1
al I .;ib':
tor the A
Hitting . t
come to nu ,t,i ,,
probable, h ... ,-v,
one or t w ii , m !
Cbairni m .
morning th it th
not yet 1 1 1 s u -
with a vi-.w o.
The rt-por t u ! ! i
de l el w
W i e 1 .
,.: pi-.. ! i...
to tne l re-;
be made up
ers leave i ' i
ed thfit e
ail the i
either side -was
ie iu . ,
Willi tile e
rr 1. 1 . ..;:
o clock tomorrow morning.
Thf I'l I hi an-,
WAsniNo r-.V, Aii .j, -The
vis: ling 1' th'.. ins li.c! an nispee
tion and l w tiiis ;i--ru- ui on
the White lot. a grt;:i oval li.dil
SOlltb f-f the While I -nine.
Thousands of people wm,es-ed
the review and the police arrange
ments were ho p, rfect that field
was kept clear Tor th-- participat
ing Knights. Owing to tlie lateness
of the hour hall the Pythiaas oclv.
about 1 ,(!() in number took part.
The 1! ill Worm Appear.-:.
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. A
dispatch from Uoiivar county, .Miss.,
says the boll worm has ma-ie its
appearance ii the delta c unt'
aud is badlj daimghig the grorti
of the cotton crop. Pi inters agiee
that if the pest cannot he -xt-iguisbc-1
ti.e ciop li! some sect oris
will be a total loss.
OH' I n- liray l.ah cs
JEESEV ( li V. N. .1 , A'lg. 2.
Pres'derpf Cleveland and his small
party arnvi d here short iy after 1
o'clock this aiterijoon, and at once
went on board tbe lighMi.mse tend
er, John D. Kigers. I- ,t
utes later, the R gers
awaf for Gray Gables.
NOTES AT KAN NOil.
The great Sunday school army of
the world numbers L'J , ."His, GO 1 .
Germany's proportion ot suicides
is larger than that of any other
In the last twenty-five years
eleven million dollars has been
given in this country to women's
It is calculated
tons of wates pour over Niagara
every hour. This lost and wasted
force represents 1 h.000,000 horse -
Bunford Samuel, assistant libra -
rian of a Philadelphia iibrary, can
recall instantly the title and loca -
tion on the shelves of any book
mentioned among 110,000 volumes.
tu i.iQOf .v,
1UL v i ul.ou nuu ri u luiUD d 1 C L1HJC3C
of the Birs Nimroud. The great
mound called by this name is sup
posed to be the tower of Bable
mentioned in the book of Genesis.
In 954 a drought began ir- Eur
ope, lasting four .ears. The sum
mers were intensely hot and the
famine prevailed evervwlieu; .;
000,000 died of hunger.
Dr. R. Baynes of Rockland, Me.,
though '.(J years of age, is still
strong and active and goee about
the etieets daily. lie h;is not, ex-
cepL wueii iiom Dome, Slept
i 1 r .
in a bed or even on a mattres for
over 50 years. He has a reciii.ing '
chair of iron framewori-
OVlT which '
he spreads a few comforters -and
The Norwegian sttn "-r Craggs
has brought 8,005 barieis of herr
ings from Norway to Chicago, and
has made ? 1 0,000 by the trip. A
load of grain bacfc will pay expen-
ses both ways, and three such trips '
will leave the vessel frea of cost i
aDd nearly as good as new. j
, , , ,
, .i n : T T
rainfail of but twenty-five . inches:
Pans twenty-two inches; Manches-
ter, thirty-six inches, and K lin-
burgh, thirty-eight inches, while
Boston shows forty-six inches; New
xutu, tun - -ttc lai-uri;, i oiiiitri- i
phia, forty-one inches and Chicago, ;
thirty-six inches. I
Tbe term, "Get there, Eli,'' is
said to have come about at a base
ball match played in central New
York State. The name of one of the
players happened to be Ely, and
Chapmau, the leader of the nine,
was continually nrgmg him "n and
inadvertently ui. o'" -'n-- . his
name. The cry -Ci -. Ei :"
and the ex;rcs , t- , a taken
up as an expre--:-;ve l it ot Ameri
Klectric melting o! me ah. not-
a!-lv cast irrn and steel,
ed by a new (Jeiman pioces-s, is
said to have some very great ad-;
r 1 . .1
Nau-.Ht;es. in crucioie ateei tno new t he Japanese retreated,
proc.ss shows an economy of fuel of , On the 10th tbe Chinese were
more than halt, which, for metal so i further reinforced bv 13 00O fresh
difficult of fusion, is a i,-. orable re-1 troops, and on the 17th' attacked
8nIt- j the Japanese, who are said to have
The price of coi n in Russia has j Iost 4,(J00 men and their heavy bag
shrunk so low, in consequence ofRaSe.
the spb ndid prospect cf the har-i
vest, th.it many farmers are send-' Serions Situation in Pern,
ing their cattle into the fields, as. Wahington, Aug. tj'J. Official
the cost of harvesting would exceed I ropoi t8 received at the Department
the price oi the corn In the Cau- j 1ld;cate f jnite a serious situation
casus be ley and wheat are et j hl Peru lt ua3 been lound necee.
green and given to the cattle ! sary to suspend several articles of
I-orti-hve pounds of corn is worth ;the constitution, in eluding the
a cent ami a half. !wnt of habpaH corous. and the
Judge Cooler's articlo reviews
the recent civil disorders in the Re- i
public; points out iu the Forum the i
danger arising from the public's
pathy and indillt-rence toward un
lawful acts, and declares it to be
the duty of every citizen, especially
of every member of the legal pro.
fession, to fitive active and ell'ec-
tive aid, b inflnencing public sen-
timent, in preserving onr establish-
ed institutions or fundamental
1 " l 'i SO N
r Ui i
il i -.
1 1 1 i -To xiii-- Tre.iiiue
to !i- '1'riri!
in Xcm Voii.,
N'KW VuRK, Aug. Ui). I'L
(ox ;ne treatnien f, winch is alieci
to i;c a por-tive i-urc t-i diph'hetia,
! wn! be mt roduced into r.l,;s ''ity by
tne oo.w.l i liea;!!;. I.n- tiea
I meut was il;.-covere-l by Prfe-.or
I Koch and worked o:i; in -he ni
jstitute for infectious diseases at
Reilin. In order to etmh is woik
; inge Professor lli-rm m ). liiggs,
of the Health deprtrnenf, rcc- inly
i paid a visit to Berlin, and lie rc
. ports that in I'50 ca-e- the miii
i toxiiie treatoienr i-r-eiiic -d th- fol
jlowiug result-. under Profeosor
: KocL's preseri .; i')Uf-:
Where tbe neatmeiii: was applied
within tbe first t wi-nty.four hours
ad c ises wc re cured; vhere piitien:s
were inoculated on rhe second day
t I t:ic lliseae H7 er cent, iccover
e !: when inoculated on t he third
da S7 per cent, recovered; on the
' fourth day 7 per cen' : on the
li tt ri day o" er cent,
j 11 cases arc treated within thirtj-
six hours, the mortality can be
rendered practically nothing. It
cau be seen bow ivouderful Ilia
treatment is when it is recalled that
; ''Je aeiage ujoiluiilj ui iiur, uiji-
htheria is i-'7 per cent.
Or. Koch has found that if Urge
animals, such as horses or cows, be
givei small doses ot diphtheria
bacilli, they will become slightly
sick. Repeating the dose, tbey
develop in the blood the anti-toxinc
Bubsfano.p. which nf-ntraliTios th
i poison of diphtheria.
The blood of these animal then
becomes an antidote to this poison.
It is drawn off' in such quiutities as
will not inj ire the animals, and
may be used at once on a person
i who has just contracted
b Imirnrur ths i n i urtinn nf th
blood'of an animaI !mo n man
! would oreato a t-ev ltlt. Hyrum 01
, the anima,.fl , Wooa !s'8 eparatert b(..
fore it is used.
, It takes from lour to six months
. to get an animal into the condition
1 where the anti toxine substance
, exists in the blood- During these
; months tbe
i watched and
animal has to b
treated by skilled
men- Baltimore Sun, Aug. H7tb.
Mass-Mectinir of Pullman Strikers.
Chicago, Aug. a mass
meeting of the Pullman strikers
was held at Turner Hall, Knsing
toD, last night, to discuss tbe ad
visability of calling off the strike.
No vote was taken, but the local
unions were instructed to call a
special meetiug at once and vote
for a delegate from each union and
decide matters. There has been a
growing leenng among tne men
aad 80me of the leaders that it
was useless and hiehlv detrimental
t0 longer fiffht the Pnllman ear-.;t3!
whilA familioa icoro ntarr-inr. on. I
there was no possibility of succeed
ing. The President to Leave,
Washington, Aug. i'S. The
President expects to leave Wash-
i"iton to-morrow morning for Gray
---les. Private Secretary Thurber
i!t. accompany him, joining his
lamiiy in the cottage they occupy
at barton. The President and Mr.
Tnnr, r do not antie:,.,. n.t(irt!
in g t0 Washington until ,arU i,.
October. Secretary Lan r will u
jas f;lr a New York the V ,-..
d,.,.. ,:rt tben meet his w,u-
at B IV Sha f
Kcpeated Chiucse itiories
i Shanghai, August -S. Tne na
tiiepresi has received confirma
j tion of the reported battle between
I Chinese and Japanese troops Aug-
According to these reports, 5,000
! Chinese troops attacked the Japa
; nese forces detailed to guard the
il'ing.Yang passes in Northwest
j Korea, and eventually succeeded
iin driving toe -Japanese from their
Ou the 1 itu
forced bv 4,000 troops, attacked the
Japanese lines at Chung Ho, and
President of the Republic is practi
cally clothed with Dictatorial
T"6 provision allowing all per
t.uus io meec peaceiuily m pui.i
or in private is suspended, nl
tht provisiou which prevent
sendiDg a person from the repm
or his residence without an exec
j tive sentence,
; The Peruvian Government
:'so increased the duty oa ad
I ports from -'5 to o0 per cent.
V-. rrf rs-i
Ca: lr, S;Ii:i :
.i'S'l t. i: ii :i r J : . -.
other .':n'". I i:
for I'a.'-Kor-ie, I:.
It is I'ie;is:wit. It-
Millions c '.' Mot 1:- r -, ( ast ri:i !esl r Worms mid allays
fr YtTislutess . C listeria provenls ':m'r ;-, Sour Curd,
rures Dicirihu.v ami Wind Colic. C. .-. o ri a rcl'-jvcs
teethiiii? troubles, n.vs awtstio:itioti
Castoria nsiiiitlates the fowd, rvg"',.'.'
and Ium.?.! -s, t;i"--ing healthy :nid ):vt'
tori i is the Children's I'niKOM t! n
Cap-iorio,. j C
" Ci-nrli ii nn e"-- -n. ni-'ii-'in f . .- r- i . "c-, r ,
.r-n. y-,thrrs haft i-'-:e:.:!y l.'!d r:rof ,u. ; r ; . . i r
XeU eiT'jc? upon -Ueit hiidr,:Li. ' kii.iwn :-i ''
I) a. G. C. '.Rf-.o'.! . j
Ijoweii. Va-is. I 1 : l S.
' Ca-s-voria ia the he it rerr.r.iy f. r chiidnn t
,hich I am acqiiaiZ.od. I hope the day is i ot
l.ir distant when motors will con.. i-ier the riil
y.lyrrst of their chil'lren, and us CiiKtri:i in
i'f' i t v lrU'UFqnrwk :i- t-T'iti'S n i- - h ,.r-
ii- rn;. t.i-ir 1,- r- w, l-v .r.-, - i
xn i;-j)hm R-MiJiifii.; svn.p at. l i-iV- r I ; .1
jrrrits down tlifii UiroaLs, thcrcljy f
tcui t-o prematar graves."
Dr.. J. V. V.r N' li nr.-
The C-ntniir Ccmpauy. VJ Kur-r-v. S'r-: ' .u York City.
wiswwjaiaajypgt " -------- r:.- -r -'T-SmSSS
H " ,J n M
AS A PREVENTIVE
tSjJwi !'J ri'li-r m;tc ,t !h in--il.lt tocnTitrr,.-t
:,y -. r - i -a! nisesr o-:t in tho osl- : i
i ..:r't ry I'kkuutuiiatbi ArFr.i. rs:
rrb-vi and fin?t, wn gn
ii c.:r-;. Pncr ! y i;iuil, postage p.i
f.s.duffy, DniEgist i.,i
VITAL TO MANHOOD.
DB. E. r. V.-EST'S NKf;YF. AND TiiiUV TKI X .
MENT, R specitic i..r Ilj -trrm. inz2in---s h it-.
raltfia, II -a,! :-l!-, x. rv.m lr..trotl..ii i-iu-.-l I .
nlcebol r,-t-.!,:i,-c,., W.l'K--ri.ln. . M,-!,l!il 1 pi--- -l.il
Softenin -f Jlniin, i-aimc iMimv, mi-H- ..'.,.
abus-e, over-l:iui,-n, L-. A iu -ntli's troallaral. i.
f'-r ?. by niuil. With f-nch nrd.-T for H i,.,xmk wr u
V will eend written k"jarnnt"e t. n-hin.l if n, ,t ,,:,-...
OuarantteLiwue-l l.y ai.'--nt. WEST'S I.l V El; 1-11,1 -,
cjri" Sick l!-R.lRi'hi. Hihousni-s, Livir Coiupl&lui
Sour Stomach, Dy.-,fi-!ia an,l Cousti nation.
OUAKANTEES lasue-d only by
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist and
IDE K. WILLIS
MEW BERN E, N. a
Oidors solicited and given proper at
tention, with satisfaction guaranteed.
A nic-' lot of DRIVING oc FARM Horses lor Hire. Sale or Exchange, Farm and Wagon Mule,
WA(;ON &. FARM CATJtS.
A Ko ii i - Randolph and Long's light Buggies.
Prices Low lor Cash or Negotiable paper.
1 ditcher's ' " ri pi ion lor infants
: : ii is ii" it le- r 4 m.i:;, Morphine uor
tuiM'C ft i ' : ! .ir;:il-s substitute
-.. '':( !s i ii;; r: ri,l Castor Oil.
K:i;ir:mti:o i -i t ': : r' y y.-ar.s' use by
.i.l f i;it ulency.
1 1 sleep. Cas
l.-p" ! V-.'MMrrn that
1 . -1 t j er-st-riptiou
.1 A. M. D.,
. ' . ' ..ilyn, N. Y.
" 'ur i-.iy.-;. l iii.: i.i fhil-Jre'i's depart
.;i it )i.:t- s j i- :i in.;, 'j' of tin.-ir eijerl
Nee in l.';'ir outoidc iir.n-ii. e t'J.i Castor r ;
rtful alLi:f;:i:h we cfily hare anion g t r
: . .i' ?'ii' t i:' kt-'MVii a..! r '-.: I
j -: : v , . i '' v; r -,! t'.t-
A CarN.oad ol
rjireei from the Mills.
A. J -V 1 1 LOAD OF
Hew Orleans Molasses,
right off the farm in
T.rmisiQ ritin frrtm firof
h O n M (J
,, . .. , .,
Al0 il lull Stock ol of llt'I' GtOC-
, erics Hud lannei's sujiplies. f or sale
! ''''i'' c-aii and see me. it wm
"PREPARE TO KEEP COOL."
Has Just Received a Supply of
Lightning Hce Cream Freezers
Ice Cream Freezers.
rvo. r &z tzT
Craven ft i"it .
NEW SEE ME N. C.
S T -A- S3
J. A. JONES,
South Front Street, Opposite Gastou llouse, New
! DR W. J. WARD,
NEW BERNE, N V.
Oilier, in Dullv Ruilding 1 14 Middle
! Street. U24 8ui
Dft. E. H. GOLDBERG
; S URGEO-ORAL DENTIST.
Office Henry Building.
Mid-Ik- sir. - l.licH-een Hrnn.) ami Pollock
Ni-ilh Kpi-copul limcli ;,nl
cw Kitih, IN . --'-BRANCH
, Jacksonville, Onslow Coiiiwy N C.
DR. G, K. BAGBY,
M -idle -'I-, . t. ,i,j,n-i-e 1 i:i 1( ist
NEW lib KNE, N. C.
DR J.D CLARE,
NKVV I5KKNK, N. C.
'iTii nn ( 'rrm-n Sirvcl, I euvr i I'.-Hoik
j, h, mm, m, d, :.
-:-NW - BEBNF. N. 0-:-
-i. 'J-l K-,
1 i e' Ii 11 1 1 :m li--1 w .1 lii ,ul I '.i.i i , . Hi, u e
. Ill -ill.- I Klde ( i:l--.
P. H. PELLET1EB,
' ' H S K Y AT 1A .
Pollock Ltrcet, First room nbovo Farm,
er's & Merchant's Bank.
i praotlcb u it.- l i.uQtlei of t
- rut, JuoHt, Ulihluu itiid i-hii or
W United hhUm Jnur' m Nrw lu-irn, ,ga
iai.tmtf Ooarl uflae hii.u
Oilice72 South Front street of. .
xisite Oaslon House.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Keai Estate Agent.
! -onoection. New vik
Boston and Canada.
Do you waut to boy T
Do ) ou waut to sell
100,000 Acres of band in h m-l fur dis
posal. I 1.500 Acres, Trent roml. 6 miles of city.
Timber uiel Tiuck.
BY BUYING YOU It
J. J. TolsorVs.
WITH THE CASH
Prices will surprise
Stables free to our
Berne, N. C,
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