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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1
ll.Vl'l'KI*. Whiskey is rapid!) bttconi*
Ing tin* national bevertsg;e It's the one
tiling all parti?- acre?* upon lie publi?
cans, Dem?crata, i'upuliati Even the
know-nothing** party knows one thing
?h.* merit? of IIAKl'?'i: Whiskey
F N (ASTLEMAN
11 ? ? \\ hi I'iu:\ is r PkbI mon i v
\ on are perhaps aware 'hat piu-uun?
ma alwiivn result*- ir.un a o??l?i <?r tn>ni
an afta? k of la grip***? Puriog the
-pidrmi?- of la grippe a few ?
when n?? many eeeet resulted in i?ti.-:i
mouia. it iVHN ?liM'ivi'tl that ill?- at*
'.ii'k wore lu-ier follow?*.! by that ?li
??ease when Chamberlain's Cough
Kernedv wsi? used. It couuteraetr
snv tenden? v of a ?-?-Id <>r la grippe
to result in that datlgoroui ?1 *
It is the be.?*t remedy in the world for
bad colds and la grippe. I\\erv bot?
tle warrant?*?]. Wot ?sale by W. Rich*
ll >WI> I HI. Cllli.l'KKN. cham?
berlain"?" Cough I'emedv ha- saved
ill?* lives of thou.-anil.s of Croiipj
r h i kl reu. It is also without an e.'tial
for roldi and whooping ?ought-*.
fudge Waddlll lias rendered an
uiportaut un?l far-reaching det-tsi<?ti
in the east ?if the <i. M. Waal ('?in
panv. in which he boldl that the
1'uited States authorities have the
right t?? administer r i ? ? - .i--?*ts. This
!?? tha cnaa in which the West Com?
pany ma?le an assignment. Tins, th?
? Iinlge held, constitutes an act ?>f
bankruptcy. Tl?e ?-uestion ?then ?"?as
whether the asset* should he subject
*<? the HVtleral or State ?-ourts. .lu.lge
Wnddill maintain?- thai they are t<?
be pi ai*.*. I in the keeping of offioorf of
'be ?'nited States court.
r?, ?? Million? a Year.
W hen |?e<>j>le buy, try, and bay again, it
means t?iey'ie f?.it i.*?tie.l. Tin? people ??I the
I int??| States ai?* now haying Ct-.arets
'?tidy Cathartic at the late ??l two million
t?Xe* .? -, ear ami it will he three I he
: te N.'w Year's. It ineans m? ?r ; pi ? ??'.
thai I '.?sea ret s un? the in??? I delight 11 ? I ?V ? 1
?r tor ?'veryhixlv t ?? ? \. t ; ! All
dr?i:;^i?.?. ptv, ?.'.V.VviVn l?o\ enre Koa i .????.d.
Here are a few Arti?
cles we want to
close out before
taking I n
A -rood 13inch band Saw. I?*k
A few Jaaaop Keyhole Saws. IS inch.
Auierieaii Tool Co.'h All Steel Chisels,
i inch, with handle, s Mg bargain. UV
Woo?l Cork -lined Faucets. V
P B, ?\- \V |.?>v?*r Saw Sels, h ?.rood
Hoys' Snspeml?*rs. a fea <t ? ?v He
Still bave a few ol th?.s?* in?* Blacking
Hrushes that we are now selling for He
A Ng*M inch Cinghaui Aproa?, big
bargain at lie., our price 10c.
Muffin Pans, fancy pattern. 1*1 in.
frame, H le
A few lHiiKh Jappanned Tea Trays,
with gilt band. 10c
We have same Bargain* in 8HOES
??bat it will he to your interest !.. ?all
?nd ace. All First flash ?Oeorda but
slightly shop-worn, which will not hurt
them, and we are s??lling them at lena
tban joblier'a price
Coyner & Coiner.
Tas?It I annual exhibition of the
>h.na?, lh \m||Hjr |.?ul(rv m ,,
I'igeon sociat.u, wi|, olM>|| t(M,aV)
Wednes. ?, ?t Winston Hall I'?.?
entries *?.._ larger ihuu ,..i .?fo.o,
and the class of stock will picase
every fan.-ier of tin.? birds. Tl.x
hibition will close on Kriday night at
10 o clook. The price of a?lmissi??n
is low -?o cents for adults and lo
fjemU for chihlren the association
mit ?aring t?> c??IIect nmre than is
ne*'e?>aarv t?. gojgei exp.ns.-s.
Mr Henry S< hueitler, the \N inches
ter mniiiifu.fiirer of ??hoe-, will I?, at
th.* Virginia House, Kerrwille, on
Kmia?. next..Ian. ??oth. to take ?irden?
ainl m.?asureiiieiits f??r either b..??ts.)r
??hoe? By sending him ??mi he will
call at jour resnlenc.* t?? take onb-rs.
He aaea th.? lest material.
Mr. Louia S'Iihiht. our always ??n
hantl and up t.? ?lute rlothlOg tliel
?hant. has closed out his ?-tore m
Lui av. and Mi. .1. T. !.. loues, ?lia
ratal III .barg?- of tin? s.une, hats r.?
turn.??I t?) BerryviIle t?t re enter the
horn? establishment gg the mu-i-essor
??f Mr. (ha-. Steele. Both are ?
salesmen and hav.* many friends it.
tin- ttuntiiiiintv. \\.- under atand
Mr. Stttela has signed a contra*?? .vitii
the lollitTe ..v. Hearu t .?.. as musical
?lire?-t..r. We hop.* hie new ..?-cupa
lion arill pnce both pletvaanl
1 iv Phi In: "i ileiii?-" Soap. It ia line.
?***?old by W. l.'n-hiiitl-on. Druggist.
I.??- K \. Temple, rectoi
ran 1 pi- opal Church. Front I ?ova I,
aiitl Mea le Memorial < hurch, x
Poet, has resigned .'i? accotiul of pro
ti:it-t?*d ?lineas. I be vestries ol
churchtft* w i.;i!?l not i ? ?? pi ? com pi? *
s?*\?*raiu:e of his rectorship lion
th.in. bul decided tu make effort- t<
int il Mr. let. i I? ? i- ; ?
I'h.i.i : ?'( * u jr.i'l" ??
ll IV. I.'u l.a: <;? ?n
M r. M.I' -.. In? i- actiiij
sheep com m for the count
under oui ihie ta\ ?IA. r.'jiiiit? thi
from the amoiiut ??f funds
for this i subject he would b
able to pay ?> cents ..n th?. dollar t?
|..?^,'s upon sheep incurred l?\ caiiiu
For 1*1 tm* Laun?ir\ Lac. *,',.i . i
I'hlla: "< Heine". Yoil will Ilot b
?ii-uppoiiite?L IV. Uichardaou.
Ml. .Lis. W. Tintilla-, a well kllOW
citi/.?'ii of this town, slipped mu? fe
?m the i?oe-covered aide walk lust Ri
day, sustaining a dislocation of tli
?boulder. ?\ pbysiciau waaeummoi
ad ivh.? ?r.'Mti?1 the injury prompt!'
Quito a number of peraoos got a fal
bul this was the only aeriout* one.
Oo Tuetdny next. .Ian. 24tb, T. 1
l.e?. i. exee'r. will sell at puhli
at the lat?- resl.L'i)??' of II. |). I.e\
I milt* ei?.-t of the Old Chapel, horac
cowa, sow.-, farmiug implement!
bbls. ?>f corn, au?l other valuable a
\l ;. ( has. ktroada u\ I.
about two weeka ago sent $1<000
the Inn. n Fire Company of Winch?
u*r. to be uaed at the bam-uet t??
held next mouth in honor ?if I
birthday, has again made bit g?-u?
ositv to be fell by sending to the I
dies Charier- Broadway Ronw Uli
O? Churlestown a? gifl of $5*00. T
Dtonoy ia t?? be u.-etl in extinguiahi
the ?lebt remaining upon the In?
petuleiit l-*ire Cotnpanv'sengine hou
Last Friday was an ugly mornii
Its entrance was accompanied by
fall of rain that froze m rapidly ai
foil, covering th. walks and itre
with ice teat was diapoaed to se
one's feet from under him before
Monk*! to ?Loan where Brat cl
security must be real estate i
be furnished. Apply to Snydei
Crown, real estate agents.
Mr. Klias K. (?ray died suddei
at his home neat Warretiton. \ a.,
Sunday, January 8th. He was
brother of Mrs. I>. U. Soyder, of ?
this place. He was a soldier dur
the civil war, and while pursuing
occupation of a fanner h?' was foi
number of years one ??f tin- coinn
?iouen of revenue of Faiupiier o>
tv. Heart failure was the cans?
?Joseph D. Pry, a prominent r
dent of Muhlleway, near Winches
die?! Weiliwsdiiy night from Brigl
disease, after a pr??tracf?'?l lllne--.
was sixty-three years of age, an?!
sin vivetl by a wife and ten childi
He served through the civil war in
C?uife?h'rate army in the Twelth ^
gniia cavalry, l'os.*?ei'*s hngad??.
Messrs. Wintermyer ami Hut
proprietors of the Shcphenlstown
dependent, ha\e brought suit in
Circuit Court of .lel.'eistui con
against Kditor L. II. Snyder, of
liegister, for $5*000 damages for
lcged slander, through a private
ter written by Mr. Sttfder t.? Mr
P. Thompson, of this ?rity No
hut a rich country editor eau a
the luxury of a $5000 ataidertni
Wheai iemain- steady in Baltimore
at . t.c. i r bushel. The visible supply
is *?7,? . 000 bushels, an iucreas?- 1 r
the wee of :I77,<K>0 I ishel? Con.
is showing m much ?>*..?,'??t... -^
wheat, aud is ?juoted at 41 ceuts ?per
bushel. Hogg are bringing -*?-.L.;.r?a
Loo ?M*r KM? lbs., gross.
Warren Sentinel: Capt. N. K. Mac
at??<? had tiye sheep killed and 20 in?
jured hint Friday night. The sheep
wt re in a pen adjoining the barn.
I he damages were assessed by M. C. ,
Kit-hanlson an?) II. II. Downing at
$l*t?.?D0, as ni????t of the injured sheep
Thursday. January 19th, is a legal
?holiday under the law.- of Virginia,
it having been made ao iti Inmor of
C,en. Hobt. K. Ia??e*s hirthda\. The
I'-auk of ( larke County will be clos
e?l to buain-saa .?n tbat day.
We regr?*f t.? aniioi?n?-.* that us tea
go t.? pr?>s on In. -iliv evening it ia
reporte?! that Mr. .1 !.. lleiisoii, a
veil knoaru and bighli esu-etned cit
?aeu ??f this ? - in a sinking con
dition from knin-v trouble.-, ami that
flier?* is ?scarcely any hope of bis re?
Attention. S. O
? lu- regular meeting of J. K. IL
?Stuart Camp, \?>. B, S. C. V., will
i?e held in Camp Hall on Saturday,
Jany. 21 at, l -?.'.i. i.t 7:30 p. m. \
lull attendance is deairod a- busin?e?-s
i?t import me.* ?> u> !??? ?considered.
I ?. ordei ?it
T. B. I! A i..'?i -I . . ' oin'der.
I ?n l.'ei .1'. IL StephenaoQ a
; he .L !.. iL Stuart ' amp ol
C. V. and its guests al the cour!
. !>? it . \ i i le, \ ?.. mi I'hu
..t \ 1 '.?tu, ;:' ?:*> ? p. :n.. I in an
tin t - i: v o} : 'i bin lidav of < ?en
I?..bt. ! . I .????. The i ire n-v ?ted
?. M'i??Ki.. .1 i,..
***-. .1. ? . Mookk.
' ? in.
Jr. O. ? A UC
: ??! b Council No. < i ben
. au? let at .I? 'ties'- i estaurati
M ? ? M
N v ni. :?a.?*i- Lew?- ?Vas toati mas
tei for the occasion. Alter sitiginj
several iiatiotiul anthems tin** uuiici
partook <?t a liotiutiful repast whicl
?h? enjoyed by all lila.-kburi
Smith, Dr. <?. II. Oliver, c. U. Jone?
and A. I' Jackson responded to th
t"a<t-, ami their'a; liberal 1
applauded. Among tin* invited guest
preseul were Mayor I'. II. Joues an
l?r. (ieo. Ilardeety.
**??I i ? ? L.loi-?.* (?lover has gone to ***?<??
Vork .?n a \i-it to Mr- W 1? Royce
M i S V Baugbman. Jr., lefl Sund?
foi Baltimore where he will upend
Mr and Mr- Terrill Jones have r
turned m this place from Luray
Mr I? It Meade bit Tuesday f<
Louis*.ill,' on business
Sujit .1. W. took and train-master
\\ Thompson, of the V a \V Rallwa
accompanied by Mi Jones, ol Roanok
were in town on Monday
M : - .1 m?. I> Stannard and her Hit
nephew Hal., will leave on Thursday f
,-i \ i-it t.? I>?'ti\ er, ? '.?I??
Mr . C I. Wiley, of Washington, wi
\ in town ln-t \\-??ek.
Nli Blake Boxwell and family ba'
moved to thi> plae?' from t harleatov
and will occupy the Stephenson proper
on La?; Main ?Jtreel Mr. Box well ???>
dueted a butcher shop in Charleston
until lately, ami we understand lie i
lend? to open one ben
Mr M \Y Jones, who has been co
tin?*.! at home for some time with a *?>
: of sickness, i> improving.
Crushed Dy a Freight Train
lito. Small wood, a former reside
of this county but an employee iu t
establishment of Mr. Heller,
Charleetown, W. \'a , for the pi
eight years, was horriblo crushed
a freight train at the ?Berryvilla s
turn on Monday night about
o'clock. From what we can learn
the sad allair it seems that Smi
wood boarded a freight train stai
ing on the siding at the station, w
the intention of returning to Char!
town; that when tlm train started a
he found it going south instead
north be ?attempted to get ofT. and
doing so fell and was being tliagj.
sl.uig. ??til! holding on to the tra
that ?** ti be reached the cattle si
on the sooth side ?>f the tump
crossing the wheels of the i*ar can?;
his l?'g** and passeil over them, c
ting one of them off near the thi
? and crushing the other fearfully
lt>\\ the knee. As the terribly inj
ed mail never spoke after his con
lion was tlis??ov??red. no account coi
be obtained from him as to how
dreadful event was brought on.
lingered until about 1 o'clock
Tuestlav ?morning when death put
end Li his suffering!".
The Tt1 ??ceased was a brother-in
to Mr. Wm. P. Knight, of this tot
Mr. I.??ller, his employer at Char
fawn, who receive?! some inform?t
concerning the affair, ?'tune on
i I.err y vil le to look after Mr. Sm
w?.o?I, ranching here about *>? o.el
After investigating the o?'cnir??
a cor?>n?'r'is jury r??ndered h \?r?
exonerating the railroad comp
i from blame ami declaring that
?I.'c?a-?'(1 lost, his life by bis own t
1 i gen ce.
A Rector ^aaiurns
The following in rela.ion to a well '
known native ?>I this county, who has
attained distinction in the mini-try
of Christ is taken from the Fort
?Sui'lh (Ark.) New? Uceo; i of .Janu?
ary ?Jtu, and will be of interest to!
our readers -espeiaiiy the compli?
mentary terms iu which our former
countryman is referred to:
Something of a surprise was cr??t- i
ed in St. John's church yesteniay
when the Kev. W. T. Allen, the pas?
tor, announced his reeigaatioa to take
effect on February loth. Mr. Allen
goes to Springfield, Mo., where lie !
assumes the rectorship of Chrtat
Fpiscopal church of that city. 'I'hat
church has a large and flourishing
Mr. Allen said today:
"I resign because I think mv work
bette has been completed, an?! bet
i* i? better so for a number of reason-.
Springfield presents a broader belt! of
work for me for one flung, and
for ?another, the health of my a r ?
hni not baen good in thi.? climate.
\s ( have said 1.? ! ??. now that the
new church is nearing rompleti?
lielieve that mv misaion baa b***eu ful
tilled. ! shall take charge of Christ'e
church on Februar) lu, an?! shall
leu??* her.- a few days before that
gret exeeedlliglv to ieaie
! .i Smith, as I have many pic
aid?* associations aud have man** lof
?-?I frieudf who have expressed I
?i !?\ mor.- than words, from
nil ;; will be bard to part."
M r. A lieu came here six y,
from Talleds . as the succes?
sor ol th. Rev. Mr. Dcgen, aud he
labored faithfuliv for the up*
n g ??t I he chu r h, ind i ?
? -? -? r: :
*. ??' t\. \
111 o 11 u m.? n l ; ? ? 1 : ; - ?
; ? I lie new ? h ?:?? ?i
: ' Si \ t li --f i .-??'.
VIr. Allen, .ii
u? ed of . ? ' his < ?m:re
began to plan Lu i
,-t i ucl ufe. tan?i he n? ?ei ?I - _
: he new projec t from f fiat tini
M<?st ,,j tbe mon. ?? coutrib itetl
subs? hi- persons
m, ami he also collected .?
amount of the money with winch to
? ai r\ ou the work. H<- took trips
t.? \.-w York, Brooklyn, I'hila
delphia an?! St. Louis, to collect
money, ami there is no question but
that for his peraeyeranc**, fon
and hard work theuewchurch struc?
ture would never have been b g
It is a splendid heritage which hi
leavea to bii congregation. What i>
more ha cleared off a ?1? bl of
which be found when he first cam?
The people ?if Springfield will fun
that in Mr. Allen they have made ??
moat excellent choice. lit is a mai
who labors incessantly for the gooi
of his parish. He is a clear reaeoner
...I speaker. 11 is.- rmoos are for
cible am: to flic point. Wbat is be!
; tcr. he is not in the habit of usinj
kid gloves when he handles a subject
, In other words, he calls a spade
spade, aud not by some moreeupbon
The city solicitor of Wincheste
last Thursday received a telegrai
from Scranton, Fa., announcing th:i
the opinion in the Hamiley will ?*ast
which has been occupying the court
of that city for some time past, ?u
tiled today. The bill in equity wn
diamiaeed, with costs. Wincheste
therefore, wins the suit, which wa
instituted by alleged bei M of the lai
Judge.lohn Hundley, attacking tl
validity of the feature making Wil
! ehester the residuary legatee. Tl
?amount involve?! in the suit approx
mates 1700.000. The specific hi
?jtiest leaving s0 ,"?0.000 to Windiest?
j was not assailed.
Hon. ?lohn Hundley was a disfii
| gtushed lawyer ami jurist of Serai
ton. l'a., of ?Scotch parentage. 1
amassed a large fortune in tlu- pra?
tic?- ??f his profession and in in.
in land at low figure.-, which aft?
' war?l prove?! t?? contain valuable d
posits of coal. He built a hamlson
; hotel in Scranton, ami. it il Mid, b
! came ?offended because tin? city oil
cials permitted the establishment ?
a market opposite hi- hotel. Hew,
a man of strong Sont hern sympathie
an?! about the "bo?*m" times he to?
up his resilience in Winchester, w he
he made some investments ami mai
warm friends. He ei pressed t!
wish that when he died lie should !
burie?! as near the dead (Conf?d?ral
interred in Stooewall Cetmtciv
possible, as In? "want???! to fall wi
the boys in gray when the resurre
turn call was sounded." Hi- re.pn
was regarded am! hi- remains a
bo tried within a fen feel of those
Turner and luchar.! \shby.
KVBPQl'IETaud us?? Chamber? all
Colic, (Mudcra am! Iharrhoea liVin
dv for all pains of the stomach ai
all unnatural loosene*-.- of the bowe
It always cures.
N <fc W Plans
A dispatch from Winchester to the
Baltimore Sun says:
**lt is reported on what is regarded
as go???! authority that the Norfolk
aud Western Kail road Company is
emleavormg to purchase the Wash '
ington, Ohio ami Western L'ai I road,
which ruus between Alexandria aud
I'iMiiid Hill. They will, shoul?! they
-ni-eeei!. complete the road to a point
on their line at Berry ville or Boyce.
This would give them an outlet, long
sought, to Washington, ami would
a?s.? serve as a counecting line with
the Bi-inarck ami I'otomac I'ailroid
between Winchester aud Bi-tnank,
W. Va., which is ?projected with the
view of reaching till ?wat er, and which
could eas.lv be extended the ad?h
tional eight or ten miles necessary to
complete the conm-ction."
The line from ?Alexandria to ?ttouod
Hill is of DO particular importance
to the railroad syststt of the South?
ern Hail way ?Company, whereas
could t>e made an important f.?
to the system of the N. ?v W.. should
the latter become the owner of that
r.?a?l and build a connecting link
from Berrwille to Round Hill. The
business of the X. ?v W. steadily
improving and its stock i> on ti.
cend ? in value. We hop?* us
affairs are shaping m the direction
?tf an earl*j purchase of the rai
from Alexandria t<? Bound i;
Meeting o? Mutual Furniers Ciub
1 be M utual Farm? r- < tub,
k county, \ a., ?
U) slt.t ,' the ?
< 'leveuger, Jauuarv i th.
i In- meeting a i t?> order
by the president. At roll
i be mem Itera aud - i im
Aei?* present. Aft- i
ry ci ?f H. S Lu pi s farm
le n reply I
w beat -:
orchard. W hile the inline
ause of tl
id ?poorer quality of
Wheat, rye 01 clover may
i ??over crop bul sti?jui-i be ;
irly m the spring.
The meeting then adjourned foi
diuner, aud after viewing the liv?
stock, machiuery, etc.. the club re
sumed buaim if
The question, "As a rule do
believe in early or lat<* sowii
wheat?" wm red by l>r. ?. Y
Brown. He advocated neither earl;
or late sowing, beca the forme:
being liable to the attack of the Hea
? sian By, ami the latter
: young ami tender n> enter the a
but he was "in full accord with ;
The following is the program fo
the next meet!;
11 * Give the comparative valut
tween raising sheep ami hogs. 1.
e?l to I.. M. Hover.
(2) State what you think of
extension of our Republic, and i
what is the greatness of our count:
due. Referred t?? hr. T. V. Browt
3] What is the most profitai
to make of animal bones which ac
i cumulate on the farm? Referred t
' David Lupton.
i Will the establishment of ?
versified industries at Wiuchest?,
benefit our fanning community !
nancially and bow? Referred to \\
ward !.. Irish.
Under the head of miscellaneou
Mr. Norton, editor and proprietor ?
tin? Winchester News-Item, mai
some remarks on the Market Hotv
?Squarecontroversy. Hedeplored ti
fact that the matter lias gotten in
?tin- courts, ami thought ;t won!
ha?c been much better for both com
ty ami city to have agreed upon i
settlement m a fair and equitab
Mr. Spangler, of Winchester, ai
other visitor introduced to tho ein
spoke in advocacy of the propos?
canning establishment at Winch?
ter. He gave a detailed descripti?.
of th?? operations of a canning fact
rv. He has been in communicati.
j with an Ohio linn, win? contempla
visiting Winchester in the near f
ture with a view t?> establishing
canning factory there.
The matter of holding a l'arme
Institute in Winchester was favorafa
?considered l?y the club, and a coi
niittee was appointed to make t
The club then adjourned t?> in?
et the ?residence of I'aniel T. v?
C. C. Cl t \ rv.iK. S et
Lewis I'ipgeon, Preet,
Kx pose RE t?? a sudden clima
change produces cold in the heada
catarrh is apt t.? follow. I'rovid
with Ely's Cream Balm you arcar
e?! against Nasal Catarrh. Pruggi
Sell it at 00 cents, or Ely Brothe
,'?i*? Warren Street, V w York, ?
mail the 50c. or 10c. trial eiste. I"
Halm cures without pain, does i
irritate or canee sneezing. It spiv;
itself over an irritated and engn s<
face, relieving ?mmediiteW th
ful inflammation, cleansesand cui
Cream ?Balm quickly cures the ?-o
K.t i? ????.? V??ur 1(...? ??In Willi < iMaret
"r ? i f.>!?*?.
N t* i ? ?
">! ?liiiifi-v M>ep?>rtmeni fi?r
All <;??.. i, m tin- !???;.. mi? , it RanccBD l'uni? \\ , 9racrAi \r
m ion ??f tb? Ladi. ? t. ... READY TRIMMED II.\TH which w??
will tiell at irreatly red1:? ?*d pricas
R ?fe O and O B Corneta ?('.*?Il and axaaaiae th?
*nd Whir?* ?laOtbeR ft ?. \ir?:
Underwear-?Oar Eatlra 8
CoatH, Capes and Muff?-? In ??rb-r to * ??? ? a m ?..?...i?? we
will sell them at and hm <?m . ?> ?
tur Tailtor-aaada CORDt'ROY PANTS foi Mea aad ?Boya al Ko? k
t'un l'rii ee
Without knowing any thing about
the case except a statement made iu
our hearing by one ?if thecounntl for
complainant, we stated last we-k in
our not* s of the decision .Iud<:e
Niool of the rase of JohntOO and
wife v.. i ar-on, that it was an
suit, that in it- early stag?-* a boot
-fl-iuo had been paid to Krank F.
Conrad. Special coinm?SS and
"ther< a ? sum
had ever ?????n ?ii-ibur-ae?!." We ?lui
not realise the hurtfulne - <>f this
expression until u?ir attention was
. to ;t i. and a?
bad not the r ntioo of be?
ing prejudiced, a*.
to make proj nds. The evi
???n informed, show
ed that the money had ?
?d. but iuiprovidently ?o. Th
? _ i _ that they
ignorant ?tient order
of the court . which mule the
provident. We _ - alien
a thou. ?rds
since no unchar -
. M OST ?
e Cent isn'T much money
ie, it mi
iu<aal ?I?"*?irabli* linea of
?. t to bel
549-551 N. GAY !
>LVh 1 :
?? Profitable Inducir le?
SI \'\ an l'A?.i: Wa pr< ; -
kei for '
\ ? - < \-n ; -
lU'Tl . :?[ [TKKSllI K
C. P MOW I 1.1 ?V IIRO.
- ! \
Lots of Toys,
All Kinds o? Toy s
? * i \
The Newest and Bes I
At Prices Low Down
C aV > IVV.
\ " K
I li Mixtures. 1 ! i
liana .;?- ? t..
: - i rrauti TH IS I**
I'l Ail! TO (?KT YOl'R I \ ?
si i i'l
kau i :i* v
In Full l'l.iM. turn Urea?!. ?
u,l .?th.T S
?>\ risTl :i*i*-*.
\\. . . - . - rintown
i .. ? ? ?. ??i?i un .t-.ir?- ;iii?i : ? I -?? rv ei
in ev? - it our Ken
Special Rates to Sanaa. Schools.
Mrs. C. R. Jones,
Hun. I.vnian J. '? ige, af the head
of the national treasury, ranks a? a
? native man. and he nay**:
?The future lo?.ks verv bright to
me. \n<! I <!o tin* -!iir;k I am apt to
? ?-??y ??confident. Wonderful
a** thv . I share the
?omuiou \? mal : :._* that it shall
that ri????-.* is general ce that
it will he bef'.-r: and ?general conti
?d time? ahead - .-? what this
try need- to keep the times good
all fh> time."
m Minn?? S: r roule in Effect
Dec. 18 1898
LEAVE BEKRVVILLE VA I?.\**.*i
SOUTH .??.?I \\ I -I BOCND?
-NORTHBOl \ I?
-" I?***?** K C" T" *??""*: s^'hto
I \s FA U. I -O OINT'
-?.A . S I FO'.f I
FIRST CLAS -2 CIAS?
?NO EM - "
? - THi ? -? -
a. a KC M. r. ta? -c
???? Ac* Di? Trav F*
?CttCIE Va COIUMS? - IE. et
From Foundation to Roof.
Write us for prices.
MILLER SUPPLY CO.,
For Firie Siloes
Made to Fit the Foot
?I inchest i /.
IX EBY PAIR ?t XI" v\ 11 I l>
WATCH AND CLOCK
W??!>*t i ri ii*>*.
Mr. O. F. Littleton,
, I f<> re
COLD -N HEAD
I?? ? IN l
riti \i -?i/i
Heals r t<? t- th<* membrane
K< ? - and smell Full
**? 1 ?riikr^i-ts ?>r by
II \ I.KOTHKR?- a \.?rk
ii-'ii ??f IlOlO a M11.i EN l .
t>?'< I. this is to l:i\.* tt??iu-?* tlwit I
\\ ;. . -?in?!
1*.--r\ ? :1 i? \ a.
The SHORIS* ? "' H" - - . ? thei
kini- of Id \t K - M 1 ! Il I Ni ? ; . lud
h?' ,i!itu a ?*!i.*irv
an - il -
ri ' ? 1 v IW'IIKK