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Slow heallnff ore in njulurvtlv rmU.
ful and danjrerou. They are a -rir1
oar eod aource of anxiety tad worry.
Chronic, alow healing tore ar fr
anest! that aftM- J ..
debilitating sickness that leave the co
iuumi wcvcnea and tm mooa fa s
polluted, run down condition, when
cratch. cuL aimnU twiil - '
cornea a fearful looking nicer that crowi
. .umua. wing ueeper ana oaepet
into the flesh in apiteof everrthin- that
can be don to check its Bregma, old
people whoae blood U below the stsndard
and the circnlatioa alnggiih, are often
tormented with far- mmA irli
aickly looking nicer upon the limb that
i - 1 a I . .
k' mem uaiuiy a momenta rest xrotu
nam anrl a-.
,i?Zr.'V Puri the Blood
are liable tn tie. '
come chronic Heal the SOM.
when the blood
ia too weak to throw off the germ and
lvuu( iuu uu tunuunv m external treat
ment will heal them, bnt the continue
to grow won and worse, and mast
time terminate in that moat horrible ol
all human maladies. Cancer.
8. S. S. cure alow healing tore by
purifying and invigorating the germ
laden, vitiated blood and parging the
system of all corrupt matter, thus strik
ing at the real cans and removing ever
' hindrance to a rapid cure, and this ia tha
only possible way to reach these deeply
rooted, dangerous plaoea. 8. S. S.
strengthens and tones up the circulation,
ana supplies ncn,
nutritious blood tot
the rebuilding of the
healing tha aore.
1 -' fshtMt jvmi iA
f- neM w w is a aA4 ean,
the old plague spot for all tune.
If you have a slow healing, stubborn
sore, write us about it, and our Physician!
will advise yon without charge. .
The 8wlft Speolflo Ce Atlanta, 6a.
There were els casualties from hunt
ing noted In the dally papers yesterday.
Two were in this State.
A number of bicyclists have been ob
served riding on the streets after dark
without lights as required by the ordi
nance. Several people from the country were
In town yesterday seeking vaccination.
The small por scare In the country Is
getting tc ln worm than It is in town.
In fact the small pox Is 'becoming to ho
only uu unpleasant memory here.
The sun sets of the past few days
have been more than ordinarily beauti
ful. For several minute after the sun
had disappeared the clouds were tinted
with Its last rays giving the appearance
of the reflection of a big (ire in the (lis
tance. Turkeys for Thanksgiving have not
begun to make an appearance yet. Per
haps tho farmers are keeping them back
to get them good and fat Bomo of our
older people flko to fatten them accord
ing to their own notlc. Sometimes
they are fed on walnuts which give
them the same flavor as 9, wild tur
Baantbs yThe Kind Veil Haw Alwarg Bought
The Kind Von Haw Always
Kotfol Dyspepsia Hun
. Cluflsta what vou eat
Fire At Colored Graded School.
. An alarm turned in from bo 54 called
the fire department to put out a fire
which broke out In the colored graded
school on West street. The fire was
discovered by a passer by who saw
smoke coming out of the building under
neath the eaves of the south wing.
The flro was put out with scarcely
any damage. The cause of the fire is
supposed to be from a defective chimney-
Had this fire got a headway there
would have been no way of reaching it
except by chopping a hole in the roof
with an ax. There was no opening In
the ceiling In any place to allow a man
to fight a fire to an advantage. The fire
chief suggests that in buildings where
this provision has not been made that It
be done. The suggestion is a good one
for it Is very common for fires to break
out In the Rattle and the chances of ex
tinguishing the fire without great
damage to property Is greatly diminish
ed. Beaufy Triumphs,
'Tim m fYoeJ Tromamr.
No woman objects to being beautiful,
Itaautr i woman's charm, Joy, pride and
strength. The world has always petted and
adurcd beautiful women. A pretty woman
dreads miitcrnlty for fear of losing; this pow
er and Influence oyer men. w hat can be
done to perpetuate therac and keep women
boautlfiur There la a balm universally used
by cultured and uncultured women In tha
this femedyia order to reassure their wives
on the point of ease with which children can
ba burn and ail beauty of form and figure
retained ,,'lfr. ,
'.;,) .s:.;, '-,
mr? it '-' i i
lit th simple name by which thlt tnvaluabLa
remodjr Is known. It will dlmlnlih all pain
allied to motherhood. Used throughout
pregnancy It will dispel morning gtckneaa,
cure tore brafwts, make elastic all tendons
and fibrea called upon to hold in position tha
expanding burden. Muscles soften under Its
soothlns Influence and the patient anticipates
favorably tha issue. In Ua comfort thus
bestowed. ' t
Mother's Friend Is s liniment for sn
ternal application .Woman's own pretty
Angers rub It gently on lite parts so severely
taxed, and It Is Instantly abaorbad and so
lubricate the parts.
Yntir drairritt sella It for tl ner hoHltv
Yon may have our -book Motherhood
THE BRADF1ELD REOUUTOR CO.
," - ATLANTA. OA. .
"'"AN ANNOYING CRANK.'
e le a Sw 9 imtattosi the
"Curious things happen la tha regis
tea af tha treaaorer's office as well as
elsewhere tn tha department." said an
official of tha bond department of the
treasury. "Speaking of crank totter,
I may xoentloo tha most annoying
crank or rascal In tha country. For
many years at lnterraJa ws raceiTe a
package through one of the express
companies billed a containing $30,000
of United Statee bonds.
"On opening the package we find
nothing bat pieces of old papers care
fully pat together. Not a single scrap
of information 1 contained in the pack
age that gives the name of the man or
anything about him. All that we know.
Is that he sends the package from dif
ferent ports of the country each time.
Another fanny thing Is that the pack
age Is invariably sent collect The
United States never pays express
charges on a package of this kind, and,
of course, the express companies lose
their transportation charges. It is a
wonder that the agents at the other end
accept the package under such condi
tions. "We are undecided whether the send
er Is a crank or a criminal. I believe
that he Is a criminal, and that his
game is to send the package and to ob
tain the usual paper from the express
company, which Is a receipt for a
package said to contain $30,000 In
bonds. With this receipt the fellow,
goes out snd makes a comfortable raise
from some one who is easily Imposed
upon. By the time the lender begins
to inquire about his money the bor
rower has gone out of town to make
some alleged heavy investment and
,will return in a few days. Naturally
he never goes back." Washington
Asleep Amid Flames.
Breaking Into a biasing home, some
firemen lately dragged the sleeping In
mates from death. Fancied security, and
death near. It's that way when you
neglect coughs and colds. Don't do It.
Dr. King's Mew Discovery forConsump
tlon gives perfect protection against all
Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Keep
It near, and avoid suffering, death, and
doctor's bills. A tcaepoonful stops a
late cough, persistent use the moBt stub
born. Harmless and nice tasting, It's
guaranteed to satisfy by C. D. Bradham.
Price 50c. and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Frank Dawson a colored man was ar
raigned before Justice S. R. Street yes
terday for obtaining a horse from Mr. L.
G. Daniels cn false pretence.
It appeared that . Frank had given a
mortgage on his crop for manures and
supplies, and needing a horse he gave
another mortgage on the same property
to Mr Daniels to get the horse, not let
ting Mr Daniels know of the previous
claim. Frank cave good references and
obtained the horse, which has since died,
The landlord and first creditor received
their pay and Mr Daniels received noth
ing, and the suit was brought to recover
pay for the horse.
Frank was bound over to the next
term of Superior court for this county,
and gave the bond.
) ira iuxi ids nan always
Farmers Have Money In Plenty.
Wil. Dispatch 13.
Dr. E, Porter, our esteemed friend
from Rocky Point, was In the city to
day. Asked the condition of affairs in
his community, he said: "The people In
our section are morcprosperous this
fall than they have been in years. They
have more ready money than I've seen
in a long time. But there Is no such
thing as saving among the average coun
try people. Nlneteen-twentieths of them
live up to every cent they make.whether
that be large or small. One thing they
are intent on doing and that Is, spend
all they make. When times are hard snd
merchants won't trust them, then they
economise and do it right nobly. This
they have done for the past year or two,
and hence this fall all they have made
on their crops Is practically clear money
I was talking to a gentleman several
days ago who has jUBt come from Co
lumbus county, He told me the farmers
over there had made so much money on
tobacco he saw a number of old men
playing poker, using grains of corn In
the place of poker chips, and each grain
represented 60 cents. They have more
money than they know what to do
Ordered to Hove.
The Mayor held a levee in the court
room yesterday but It was not particu
larly a (well affair but it was quite large
ly attended. The invitations were not
given out in the usual way but Were
none the less urgent. '
' The purpose of this informal leree
was the desire on the part of the city
authorities to make a better state of af.
fairs on South Front street, and while
there were 00 warrants Issued the whole
push" of what Is known as the "Dennl
soh" crowd, the negroes who occupy
the Dennlion houses were the ones con
cerned They were ordered to move out
of their places and were given till Mon
day noon to find other domiciles. !
This will have the effect of separating
an element that Is very undesirable and
It lsbeet , that they should go to other
localities. The law abiding people of
the nelghberhood where thse negroes
lived will then have some peace.
There were fifteen colored women In
the bunch and, nearly all of them bad
something to say protesting against the
Mayor's order but it didn't count. '
The action Is certainly commendable
and will aurely result In better order. '
- A white man and ' woman from Ger
man street were on the carpet also for
disorderly conduct. ' They were lined
$3.10 each and released.
VOICE OP THA PEOPLE-
Iditob JotTraiir-PIease allow ma
space In yoor valuable paper to makes
brief reply to a communication appear
ing la yoor paper of date November
18th. the subject being "Negro Crlml
nal,r I commend the communication for Its
logical conclusion, and for it's way of
telling th troth as It really Is.
Among other things It asks "What are
the colored preachers doing f "Statis
tics show that crime la rapidly on the
increase among the younger generation
of the race."
"This convict matter is getting to be
a very serious question In some of the
eastern counties of this Bute."
If It be the race is deteriorating, there
are others to blame besides the colored
Where are the fathers and moth
ers? Where sre the day school teach
Where are the Superintendent and
Sabbath school teachers ?
Where Is that wholesome, benign,
Christian influence coming fresh from
the white people, as manna from the hand
All these forces must center to one
and the same end and purpose to redeem
a lost, scattered people.
The white people think, and verily do
they believe that the salvation and re
demption of the colored race lies in rais
ing large sums of money by taxation for
school purposes, for the race.
The preacher In the pulpit, the teach'
er behind his desk, the fathers and moth
ers; the race proper having unabiding
faith In the judgment of the white peo
ple agree that the redemption of the race
lies In two things, "taxation and going
While this Idea be the shibboleth, crime
will continue to increase among the col
Doubtless you will be curious to know
, my plan to brine the race around in
honor and credit.
But here is a race of people who by
tho birth of nature, was born into this
world empty handed, empty headed snd
That these three parts must be edu
cated can hardly be denied, to make the
race thrifty and self-supporting.
The hand Is filled and educated when
it is trained to work, and when ,lt loves
to do It; the head is filled when it has an
active education enabling one to think
rightly, and the heart Is filled and edu
cated when it Is trained In the , path of
What Is the logical conclusion of the
The teaching of honesty must take
priority to the teaching of the let
Parents must teach it to their children
and live It, the preacher In the pulpit
must do the same, the superintendent j
and Sabbath school teachers must do
likewise, public and private school teach
era must oonfirm and ratify.
Now we all know one who has no re
gard for personal honor, one whose
word is rotten, one who would not pay
an honest debt, can become a teacher In
the colored schools.
And if this pacific charge was made
'he authority would not oust such a
Now why should not crime Increase in
the colored race ?
Then again crowd the letter Into the
head of a colored people whose body
contains a heart unfilled makes that peo
ple worse every day.
I am speaking as a rule, we all know
that the teachers employed and paid out
of the tax payers money, need to attend
a school themselves for at least some
where for five years.
Why again should we complain at
crimes Increasing, and why should we
expect the race to become educated and
thereby be citizens of honor and cred
ISAAC H. SMITH.
Tes, August Blower still has the lar
gest sale of any medicine In the civilized
world. Tour mothers' and grandmoth
ers' never thought of using anything
else for Indigestion or Biliousness. Doc
tors were scarce, and thoy seldom heard
of Appendicitis, Nervous Prostration or
Heart failure, etc. They used August
Flower to clean out the system and atop
fermentation of undigested food, regu
late the action of the liver, itlmulnte the
nervous and organic action of the sys
tem, and that Is all they took when feel
Ing dull and bad with headaches . and
other aches. Tou only need a few daises
of Green's August Flower, In liquid
form, to make yon satisfied thiire la noth
ing serious the matter with you. You
can get this reliable remedy at your
aruggist. trice zoo. and 7c, ; ,
The Depth at Bleep. . . !
When a person slumbers so soandl
that he can with difficulty be awak
ened, we are accustomed to say be
In a "deep sleep." An attempt to meas
ure the depth of sleep in thia sense ha
recently been made by Dr, Santo, do
Sanctis in Borne, with the ail of a spe
cially designed instrument wfhlch prods
the sleeper with, a more or less sharp
point . The doctor bas drajwn curves
Showing the relative depth f sleep la
different subjects and in the, same sub
ject after being allowed tot sleep for
different lengths, of time. Xt appears
that there are t certain times during
sleep When-, walking become easier,
and a practical application of this re
sult of the experiments Is suggested tn
the adjustment of the time of) morning
rising to a natural period' of minimum
In the depth of each sleepersjaleep.
Prlcklyheat cured In one application
by using of Hanoock'i Liquid Sulphur.
It will also cure ,lScsema, Fetter, Pimp
les, Ringworm, Dandruff, Cuts, Buna,
Old Sores, and all tkln troubles In a
short time, whoa Used as directed. For
sals at F. & Daffj 'sDig Btora,
PEOPLE OF THE DAY
G tm Ial la.
Mrs. L. Z. Lei tor snd Ml Dalny Let
ter, mother and slater to Lady Curxon,
vice relne of India, sailed from New
York for London the other day, en
route for India, where they go to at-
MISS DAISY IDTIIL
tend the Delhi durbar as the guests of
the viceroy and rice relnc. It Is said
Mrs. Letter enrriod with her the most
elaborate wardrobe owned by any
American woman. Miss Daisy Letter
has already spent two years In India
and achieved considerable fame on ac
count of ber benuty and brilliant rid
ing. Mrs. Leiter will return to Ameri
ca In February or March, but Miss
Daisy will remain abroad for some
Mr. Hannn and the Union.
Mrs. Hannn, wife of the senator, set
tled a labor dispute In a hurry the oth
er day. A Cleveland house owned by
the senator was being painted by a
force of sixteen men who did not be
long to the union. Officials of the
Painters' union came to see the sena
tor, who was not at home. Mrs. Ilan-
na beard what they had to say, drove
to the house at onco and ordered the
men to quit work. They obeyed her
promptly, and that night every one of
them Joined the union. Employees of
another firm followed suit next day,
and the painters are considering the
advisability of electing Mrs. Ilanna an
honorary business agent.
Profeaaor Lorena to Visit Baltimore,
The authorities of the Johns Uopklns
hospital in Bultlinore have been noti
fied that Trofessor Adolph Lorcnz of
Vienna, who enmo to this country to
operate upon the little daughter of Mr.
Armour of Chicago, has accepted an in
vitation to visit the Institution and
operate on a number of difficult cases.
Sarcaatlc Mr. Henly.
During the lively times in the house
of commons the other day when John
O'Donnell was suspended for shaking
his fist In Tremler Balfour's face Mr.
Timothy M. Henly seized an opportuni
ty to make one of the sarcastic speech
es for .which he Is famous. The Irish
members wanted the situation In Ire
land considered, but Mr. Balfour was
nMnnlA nnrl tnclHTod nrtnn thft !nn-
Blderatton of the education bill and
some other government matters, in-
TIJfOTffY H. EEALT.
eluding Vhe Uganda railroad. Mr.
Henly too: the floor, saying, "l nso tc
speak as a f.atlve of Uganda," and then
proceeded to jdeuver a speecn wmcn on
all sides was ' characterized as one of
the finest pieces f satire ever heard in
the house of commons, and It is pretty
generally conceded that Mr. Healy al
ready held the record In that field.
1 Woala sprena Mansion.
Elbridge T. Gerry was the principal
speaker at the convention of the Ameri
cans Humane association at Albany ine
other day. He .recommended a con
vention of humanitarians to perfect
plans for spreading religion and educa
tion and securing the judicious applica
tion of the' laws. ,
Admiral Evan Salla.
Bear Admiral Evans, second In com
mand on the Asiatic station, has re
Dorted to the navy department his de
parture from Shlakwon for Wooeung
on Ms temporary flagship, the Helena.
A Crawford Kovel to Ba Dramatized.
F. Marlon Crawford, the novelist, hot
returned from Italy. He is now in
New York to make arrangements for
the dramatisation of one of his novels;
which one. lie has not yet announced.
Honors Await Spalding,.
;. .Several newspapers In Itome state
tint the nomination of Bishop Spa!
dine of Peoria, III, to the vacant arch
bishopric of Chicago has been decided
"Why hare you determined never to
"Because I do not believe, In di
vorces." New York Herald. ?
A Tnanksflvinj -Dinner; '
Heavy eatlag Is usually the first cause
of indigestion. Repeated attacks inflame
th mucous membranes lining the stom
ach, exposes the nerves of the stomach.
nroductnc a swelling after eating, heart-
burn. headache, sour risings and finally
catarrh of the stomach. ; Kodol relieves
the Inflammation, protect the nerves
and cures the catarrh. Kodol cures In
digestion, dvspepBla,all stomach trouble!
by cleansing and sweetening the glands
of tha stomach. F. S. Duff
Zays Hannah to me one Znndey aft
ernoon as we was s-walkin' down
Coomb lane, wr my right arm round
about her waist, "Jan," says b. "I'll
nlver go to church along o' yew, bow
ever much yew may plague me wl'
your pressln' sentences" (I hadn't so
much aa give vorth a word vor a good
half hour) "till yew can put me Into a
house like a lady."
"Like a lady!" says I.
"Iss fay," say a one.
"Yew don't mane a house like
squire's?" says L '
"Not so girt," aays she, "but 1 must
be surrounded by the 'mcnlties of an
"Lor 'a' mussy!" says I. "Whnt ever
do yew mane?"
"Well," says she, "I heard Miss Chor
tle say so when they was a-talkin'
about her bean and how they was to
live when they was wed, and I wonder
yew should be so vullsh as to ask what
I mane. Yew must be downright
"Dang me," says I, but 'twas down
In my Innards, "if she knowed what
her maned herself." Outwardly In man
ner of spakln' I says to Hannah, "Now,
if yew was to let me come up to the
girt house and Just see bow 'ee looks
midst them 'menltles of slvlllzatlon I
might draaw In some notion of what
yew eipec's me to pervlde."
"Yew'm growln' powerful darln',
Jan," says she. "Well, If your zoul can
du wl'out vood on Zunday mornin', and
yew doan't mind chancln' a gallyln'
vrom pa'son, yew can come up when
the yolks be st church, and I'll show
'ee what I mane. Not that I wants
zactly what yew"ll zee, but zomethin'
like It, and that I tell 'ee."
Zo when Zunday mornin' comes
round and I'd put on my best breeches
and the bleu coat with brase buttons
that was feytber's and a blrdseye
neckercher that went twice round the
course, as the zayln' is, I Just gives
the church and pa'son the go by and
slips up the girt bouse. Hannah was
a-waitln' vor me round by the ztnbles,
and her zmuggled me in at the back
door, through a long draawn passage
like the tunnel o' tho new railway,
into the girt hall, wl' n pavln' vor all
the world the same as the Lunnon
measurln' man put down In our chan
cel; then through a door wi' a curtain
draa'ed all across un Into the big
"Mussy me!" zays 1 as my veet went
squclcbln' Into zummat as zoft as clot
ted crame, "yew never expec's a car
pet in our cottage, Hannah, that veels
as though yew wnB walkin' on rotted
tunnuts, do 'ee? And chairs and so-
fies," I zays, "wl' legs like the golden
caalf? Yew doan't want zummat like
this?" I zays as I zat down on a
zquabbed, puffy laokin' thing where
dree volks could zit all to once, like
the cherrlblms under our vont and
nary a one o' 'em be comfortable like
wl' either 0 t'otbers. It was that
Jumpy, tew, that when I zat down
heavylike I was well nigh zhot right
Ana then the picturs a-hangin' on a
golden rod, all In vrames of zolld gold
pictures as made a modest man go
red from his hobnails to his hair, they
was that naked! The wust of 'em all,
which had the name of "Zuzannnh,"
draa'ed out in print underneath un,
they had bad the decency to hang up
in a dark cornder. "Zuzannah's"
'menltles of zlvllization was Just noth
ing and 'minded me o what zqulre hls
self said as er drove through Kerswell
pike and asked where old Zally bad
gone. "Please, zur, they've give her
a shift," zaya the new keeper. "And
a danged useful thing tew some
times," zays squire, wi' a girt lanfe,
and useful, thinks I, 'twould ha' been
And then the stachery, as Hannah
called the gashly white vlgures a
Btandln' about, mlndln' nothin', on mar
ble columns! " Twas a mussival prov
idence, Hannah," I zays, "that made
the vlg tree to flourish down In Devon."
As to the chaney, 'twould have filled
a score o' kitchen dressers wl' animals
as Noah could never a' dreamed oa
Why, one o 'em In a back yard up tew
Plymouth town would have vairlj
vrighted every convict as ever got
loose up to Dortymoor. And the glasses
with the sun on 'em a-zblnin' and
a-dartln' blue, red and yellow for all
the world like the Revelation.
And across one cornier of the room
there was a misshaped thing on voui
legs, like a table a-twlst with the
rheumatiz, and all along 'ees broadest
end hundreds and thousands of girt
black and white teeth, and yew gl'ed
un a lash and 'ee yowled like a bulldog.
"Well, Hannah," says I when us got
into the stable yard again and I bad
washed down sum f the wonderment
with a draft o squire's elder and
mouthed a piece 0' currandy keake, "dc
'ee mane," zays I, "to wait a maid till
ee gets all tnlcky there?"
"No, yew girt guckoof zays she. "1
told 'ee so avore. But I'll come to no
cottage wl' only a brick vloor and
naught humanlzln' about un. as Mlsi
Zo the end 0' it Is that Hannah and I
has a carpet like Zolomon In his glory,
and hahgln' around tbo walls on little
brass books and little brass nails is
pictur's o Jan the Baptist, And 'the
Marys to the zepulcher, and the twelve
'postles, all draa'ed out as nachral as
ever you see.
Like Ftadlac Money.
"Picking pockets," says the reform
er to the sneak thief, "must be a diffi
cult and precarious business anyway."
"It Is," agrees the pickpocket "it is
until you get your hand In."- Balti
It Was Cotly.
"Did be break the engagement with
"No; the engagement broke him."
DISTRESSING STOMACH DISEASE
Permanently cared by the masterly
power of "South AatHic.11 Neevtss
Tonic," Invalids need suffer no longer,
because this great remedy can cure them
all. It li a care for the whole .world of
stomach weakness and indlgetJon. the
curs begins with the first dose. The re
lief It brings Is marvelous and surprising
I makes no failure) never disappoints.
Mo matter how long yet have suffered.
your cure Is certain under tne un of this 1
ereat health-rlvine force.: Pleasant and!
always lefe.Sold.byJ.O, D. Bradham,!
aayii a" awn
Five raars ao a dlaaaas ha doeton called dyapepai took rack a bold oa ma that I eoold
acaroalygo. I took qaaaUtlaaot papain and other aiadlelaes, bat Both In helped ate. A
4 ro train man fraepeat a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt aa improvement at once, and artat
.w kihiw mux Mnuai em. nH, g w
It can't help bat do you good.
Then bottl oon tain 14 times u moeii otaalmeaanremeot) iiihnti I ilnlan 1i sails fia stt.
jrropmrau via-u vtninevdk,
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NEW SHORT STORIES
At a London entertainment recently
Sir Frank Burnand, the celebrated
English humorist and editor of Punch,
and Robert Noble Acutt, who is well
known In South Africa, had a rather
awkward experience. The latter, It
appears, arrived first and soon became
embarrassed by people whom he never
saw before smiling and bowing. Tho
South African returned the nods. But
matters went too far when an elderly
lady rushed up to him and almost seed
ed him In her capacious arms, with the
remark: "How do you do. Sir Frank?
Delighted to see you." When Mr.
Acutt realized that he was being taken
for the editor of Punch, he was per
plexed. In the midst of his embarrass
ment he saw the real Burnand coming
and resolved to ask his advice. He
walked up to blm and said, "Sir Frank
Burnand, I believe?' The distinguished
author started and said In an affected
sepulchral tone, "Tea." "Youll ex
cuse me. Sir Frank, but the fact is I
wanted your advice, if you will kindly
give It to a stranger. Ever since I
came into this affair I have been taken
for you, and" "I don't wonder," In
terrupted Sir Frank, "t thought you
were myself I" This was too much for
Mr. Acutt, and as a result of the mer
riment Sir Frank and his double are
now personally acquainted
The Deacon Were Provided For.
At a church function in which Bish
op Potter recently took port, says the
Brooklyn Eagle, several deacons hap
pened to be present One of them
called the bishop's attention to that
passage In the liturgy which reads, "O
all ye priests of the Lord, bless ye the
Lord," and complained that there was
"no mention of us deacons."
"Tes, Indeed there Is," replied the
bishop. "Don't you remember, 'O aU
ye green things upon the earth, bless
ye the Lord.'"
Vialtora at the Chateaa.
George Ade Is repeating a story be
heard recently and which, according
to the Irrepressible and entertaining
Biff" Hall, runs as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Lackaye last
summer visited the suburban home of
Henry B. Dlxey at Mount Vernon, N.
T., where the comedian has a bljoa
cottage of five rooms. Mr. Dlxey had
carefully rehearsed the village hack
"in LORD, THB OARRIAOB WATTfl."
man, who wore a long linen duster
and a wisp of whisker on his chln
and when the guests alighted' from
the train and were welcomed by their
host the hackman stepped up and
'My lord, the carriage waits." And
Mr. Dlxey replied, "'Tis well, Qom
bo." He then led the way to the
town back, and when MOonzabo'got
on the box he turned deferentially
and asked: ' i
"Where to, your grace?" And Mr.
Dlxey said, "To the chateau." And
Mr. Lackaye fell out of the hack.
idtngnea ni sua i-raarny. , :
When the fretful critic Cumberland
said of a performance of "The School
For Scandal" that be was surprised
that It provoked such immoderate
laughter, as it did not make him even
smile, Sheridan, the wit, orator and
playwright la said to have remarked,
"Cumberland Is truly ungrateful, for I
saw a tragedy of his played a fort
night before at Covent Garden, and I
lamrhed from berrlnnlnir tn and." - -
Had Only Btntself to Blame. , !
In bis book; "The Outspan," J.SP,
Fltzpatrlck tells this story: "A person
of my acquaintance was once referred
to in an up country newspaper as Hr.
Chlmmage.' He wrote to the editor, ex
plaining that bis name was not cirtn
mage,' but 'Shlmmelovltcn.', The editor
In making the' correction added, tie
has only himself to blame for the fact
being known.' " v "V.
.,; '. Bonded .by Itata.
Before Pitt died early last century
more than $15,000 was subscribed by
his admlrfe toward the erection of
statue tn h honor. Then the Joke be-
came current that be was bound over
In this sum for bis good behavior dur
ing merest 01 insure.
la the fate of sufferers from dyspepsia and Indigestion.
as your 1 00a remains nnaigesiea it can't Dulld up
body. 1 a fact, It does actual damage by decaying ia
stomach and poisoning the system. ,
What Y.a Eat.
Kodol ia the sensible remedy. By digesting what you
eat it strengthens the body and at the same time resU
the stomach. This rest soon restores perfect health.
Cathartics and stimulants only reach the symptoms.
Kodol cures. It is Nature's tonic
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Dt) J the trial Ma wb
Bold by all dfaler.
aapttilas. healing application for pile,
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FOR PUBLIC HEALTH.
Ordinances Passed By Sanitary Broad
of Craven County.
In order that the citizens of Craven
County, including the City of New Bern
may know the exact health regulations
passed by the Sanitary Board of the
county, they are herewith published. .
And In order that the public welfare
shall be best served, It may be stated
that these regulations will be rigidly en
forced. There Is not a single regulation which
should not be carefully heeded, certain
ly every good citizen will cheerfully aid
in tha enforcement of these regulations,
which are as follows:
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for any
person to harbor a person affected With
small pox, or suspected of having small
pox for the purpose of concealing same
from health officer. Any person violat
ing this regulation shall beaulltvofa
misdemeanor, and fined $25.00, or im
prisoned 80 days.
Section a. it shall be unlawful for any
person to remove or transfer any person
having small pox, or suspected of hav
ing small pox. to any other place, with
out the consent of the Superintendent
of Health, or assist any such person to
elude or escape the health officers. Any
person violating this regulation shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor, - and fined
125.00, or Imprisoned 80 days.
Section 8. Any person who willingly
falls or refuses to report any person
afflicted, or supposed to be afflicted with
small pox to the Superintendent of
Health shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
and fined $25.00, or Imprisoned 80 dsys.
Ordered by the County Banltary
Board, that it shall be unlawful for any
person or persons In Craven county, to
refuse to be vaccinated when the County
Superintendent of Health shall offer to
vaccinate them, or when the County Su
perintendent of Health shall advise that
such person be vaccinated. Any person
violating this rule shall be fined not ex
ceeding fifty (50.) dollars, or imprison
ed not exceeding thirty (80) dsys.
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Dissolution of Partner
The partnership heretofore existing
between P. A. Willis and W. A. Mcin
tosh under the firm name of Willis and
Mcintosh has been this day dissolved by
mutual oonsent and the retirement of P.
A. Willis, he having sold his Interest to
Eugene H. Williams who la his succes
sor. This Nov. 13th, 1902.
P. A. WILLIS, '
W. A. McINTOSH.
McINTOSH & WILLIAMS MACHINE
The business of Machinists and Fon
ders heretofore conducted on Craven
street, New Bern, N.O. by, Willis and
Mcintosh will hereafter be carried on
by W. A, McIntoih,.and Eugene H, Wil
liams, under the firm nam of Mcintosh
and Williams. . ;, -..;
Tbii Nov. 13th, 1902. , -v-,
W. A. McINTOSH,
EUGENE H. WILLIAMS.
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our carriages 01 au kinds are noted for
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