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THE DEMOCRATIC BANNER
Tuesday, Fibrunry IB, 101
General Chanzy Lost
ONLY ONE LIFE SAVED
Steamer Sinks Cefcre Goats
Gould Ge Lowered,
TWO AMERICANS 0:1 BOARD
Port at Marseilles Is Crowded
With Frantic Relatives of
, Passengers on III
l Fated Vessel.
Of tho 1G7 soul3
aboard tho steamer General Chanzy
tt tho Compngno 0Gonoralo Transnt
lantlquo, when alio went down oppo
Ito l'ulraa, Island ot Majorca, In tho
Mediterranean, only one was rescued.
Tho General Chanzy loft Marseilles
n Fob. 0, bound for Algiers. It
seems that Bho was overtalcon by a
strong galo and denso fog. She tried
to reach a refugo througn tho channel
between the Islands of Majorca nnd
Minorca, when alio struck a rock near
Cludndela, Minorca, a notoriously
dangerous place, where tho Vlllo do
Homo was wrecked three years ago.
Tho bottom of tho General Chanzy
was apparently ripped out, for sho
filled and sank In a fuw seconds. Sho
foundered bo quickly that thero was
no possibility of launching tno small
Tho steamer had 157 souls nboard,
f whom about 80 passengers wero
drowned. Tho name of tho solo sur
Ivor Is given as Maurel, who 13 said
to bo a customs olllcur, but his nnma
docs not appear on tho olllclal list.
It Is stated that those drowned wore
nearly ufi French and Italian, many
of Uium belonging to Marseilles. They
Included military olllcers and othor
soldiers, tho members of n theatrical
company, customs olllcers, priests,
dorks oruployud by tho Lyons rail
road, and miwy children.
In tho passenger list furnished nt
tho Transatlantic company's offlcc
there appear tho names of Green and
' tUukelcy, who wero probably English.
According to a brief telegram from
Talma, Maurel Is In tho hospital at
Ciudndola, too HI to glvo any details
of tho disaster.
Saw Wreck In Vision.
A b'rl, whoso brother wns on tho
tjiit steamer, went to tho quay nt
Marseilles nbout tho tlmo of tho
wreck In a stale of groat oxcltomont,
and uhoutcd time 'and again: "There
has' been a disaster; I had a vision
Tho victims Ineludo Francis DoFor,
ft popular l'urluliui vaudeville per
former, nnd Uercnda nnd Green, who
aro said to have been Americans, who
Lad boon performing at tho Alcazar,
MarHclllos. A dispatch from Mar
nellies says tho Cannobleio, tho bou
levard which lends to tho old I ort, Is
cmwdod with n despoiute, excited
multitude, among whom aro many
relatives of those drowned. Torrlblo
Bcones of grief can bo seen every
where. Captain Gayol, commander of the
General Clituuy, wns one of the most
oxporlcuccd olllcers In tho employ of
thu General Transatlantic company,
He bad received tho decoration of tho
Legion of Honor, He was sometimes
twitted for his oxVromo caution.
Well Known In Vaudeville.
Nov York, I'eb. 12.- Leon Dorondn
was nn American elnh Juggler, well
known uinoti vaudeville peoplo. Ho
was formorly associated with Thomas
Ureen, another American Juggler, un
der tho namo of Dorondn and Ilrcan.
Ills homu wnH In Portland, Ore. Ho
leaves an ngod mother and slstor.
THIS AND THAT
Albert Patterson, CO, of Beverly,
Mn, Ih cutting his third sot of teeth.
Johannsen, a. French aviator, was
burned to death In un auto wreck nt
Emily Mclntyro, Pittsburg society
rfrl, Is dead as tho result ot eating
too many peanuts at a party.
The Empress of KubhIu la said to
bo dying at tho royal pulnoo as tho
result of a norvous breakdown.
Tho Nsrvous Child.
JUlii Arabella Annubsllu Wilholmlna. Wild,
Bo everybody any, I a very nurvoui
V)iun asked to mind the btby
Brie says she'll do It, may bo,
it tho iloiiti't liuvo a hendauho when she's
tlnUli'id with her play
When told In kcIiooI to mind the rule
Bbe nays she think the teacher cruel.
She eayr If she muat do such thine lie
really cannot tuy.
Oh, Arabella Anuuuolla Wlllielmlna Wild,
Vo everybody uy, l it very nervous
, Woman's Homo Comoanlon.
LIFT VEIL AT
Grand Ju'ry lo Loarn S:o;
INVESTIGATIOIl CEXS T3DAY
Statement From Nurce Houlehan
Throws Light on Event9 That
Transpired During Lrst Illness of j
Chrlsman Swopc Gees Into Con-'
vulslons After Taking Capsule anJ
Dies Following Day Weird Story
Expected to Oe Told.
Kansas City, Feb. 12. Tho "Dloak
House" of Independence, as the
Swopo homo Is known, Is about to
glvo up Its full seciet. Tho grand
Jury met toiiay i.nd tho members
will hear tho whole story. Tho
shielding cu'tali, which was relied
back for a moment, In tho coroner's
Inquest and which laid bare In a pass
lug glance the details of tho death of
Colonel Swopc, Is to be torn a3ldo
and the recital cf veiled accusation In
the death of Clulsman Swopo nnd In
the typhoid 01 ldcmlc Is to be heard
tiy the 12 men buinmoued by Judge
A score of witnesses hive been
subpeenned and weird will bo tho
stories 1 elated behind tho closed
doors of the grand Jury room. Tho
Investigation Is to start with Iho llrst
peculiar clrcumstauco and go through
the weeks of suspicion and dread to
the verdict of tho coroner's Jury Wed
nesday. It was asserted that tho grand Jurv
was summoned moro to Investi
gate the circumstances surrounding
Swopo's death than to pi oho further
Into the manner of tho death of hU
undo. And again It will bo a nurse
who will glvo tho important testi
mony. Nurse Makes Affidavit.
In tho hunds of tho Swopo attor
neys Is tho Bworn statement of till 3
nurso, Miss Houlehan. This state
ment is as dramatic as tho story re
lated by Miss Pearl Kellar on tho wit
ness stand. It tells of her being sum
moned to the Swopo homo to cure for
Chrlsman Swopo, who was stricken
wtih typhoid. Tho nurso describes
minutely t e symptoms, thorc of tho
ordinary typhoid patient, tho high
fever, tho Inegular pulse. And then
It tells of tho convulsions In which
Chrlsman Swopc died.
It wns about 3:110 Sundny after
noon, tho nurso states In her affidavit,
that sho was told Chrlsman had been
given n capsule Thirty minutes later
followed tho convulsions, almost Iden
tically tho snmo as these In which
Colonel Swore died. Tho nurso tells
of tho Injection of n grain of strych
nlno and Inter of tho uso of .1 nitro
glycerin Injection. This was Sundny
afternoon. Tho noxt day Chrlsman
In Chicago tho chomlcnl analysis
on tho vlrcorn of Clulsman Swopo
still Is In rrogress. A rorort has not
been made upon It and will not bo
ready for sovnral days.
ALDRICH TAKES A HAND
Root Prepares Amendment That May
Kill Poctal Dank Dill.
Washington, Feb. 12. Possngo ot
tho postnl sin lugs bank hill at tho
present bcuslou of congress Is believ
ed to bo imperiled by nu iiniondment
drafted by Sonntor Root ot Now
York. It provides, In elTect, that
tho deposits ot tho postal savings
bank, instead of being redopostled by
tho government In local banks near
est the postolllccs In which tho sav
ings uq accumulated, shall bo Invest
ed In government bonds.
This ngicoment la rollod on by tho
A'dtlcn foires In the senate, It Is un
derstood, to uccompllsh or.o of two
tilings, oltlior of which vrll bo satis
factory to Senator Aldrlch. Either It
will result In the defeat of tho bill or
It will lit Into tho Aldi Ich plans for
tho'cioatlou of n central bank.
LIVE STCCX AND GRAIN
EAST DUFTALO -Cnttloi Kxpoit en
tin, 10 QOtfC 75, Hhlpphm titunn, 3 r.Oft'
00i butcher cattle, 2H5 70: hi'lrur
It :fifrt! 00; fnt urnvH, J.I l!&0ti 25; hilllx.
11 COti 5 25; milker ami Hprliwoii. J.'5 Oil
QZ0 03. CuIvoh S10 noail CO. Hhccp ami
l.amlis Mixed sheep, JG 2GST G CO; untli
01 a, )0 75W7 00; owih. 10 OOJfO '.'5; lamhH,
J7 COdfS to, yoarlhiHM. 7 B0W8 00, lliiH
Ih-nvleii, lOii'O 1R; mediums, 19 0Q
9 1C; Ynrkoni. JO ISffO 25; plui, S3 30,
roimln. JS tojfS CO; HtngH, (7 SO.
CHICAQO -Cattlo- Puovoh, l 10rp7 80;
wcHtoin ulocrn, SI 20QU 00; Hloolccrs ami
fuuh'iH, 3 ISC CO; rowH niul helfoiH,
2 SCOS &'. UitlvrH 17 00(819 HO. Hhotip
and I.uinliii Native sheep, S C00 75;
western, H 504(0 KG; untlvo lumha, to 7S
til 00; western, JG 75Jf3 00; ycurllncr
7 t'508 40. llofa I.lltht, J3 iFS 80,
mlxtil, $8 (fiH SO; heavy, S8 COffS n5;
rnuUll, J8 COO'S 63; plK. J7 GO 08 CO.
WheatNo. 2 rrd, Jt 23W1 25. Cnrn
No. 2. lICSc. OttH-No. 2, 17',iS)l8o.
CLEVELAND- Cutt'o: l'rlmu dry-'ed
cnttle, to OOWfl 2S; fnt Hteers, $G 7C(fG 00;
lielferi), 3 T.0OB BO: cowa, S3 COfft 00;
build, 13 GO I 7G;:.mlller end sprlimcre
t3u OD0C i 00 CiilveHtlO 50 down. HUoop
nnd Unnlm -MUed oheop, J5 75f0 00;
uwc, 15 G05il 00; Iambi, to 00jS CO,
Hoj llealtn, mediums tnd Yorliem,
19 00; pUb, IS S0(p9 00; mixed, 9 00;
rouKh. 8 ,!i8 CO: (itaija, 17 CO.
PITT3DU0Q -Cuttle- Choice, 0 750
8 80: prime, JO COftO 73: tlily liutcliers.
15 V00 2C; holfeip, II 00O0 00; (at toua,
buU nnd rIuch, )3 GOffG 75; fresh rn-n,
l!5 OOffCO 00, Cnles -Veal, 10 0010 00
Bhcen und Uimbs l'rlmo wcthors, 10 50
64 75; i;aod mixed, 10 00 W0 40; Inmba,
it aei as. uki-aii crude to.
Find Arple3, O 'ni
Aiundance, !:ut ".o
Lc-rn That Gy5'?-
01 to Ccst- of Cacli
-H wi. tj In
sto t or Cco.
t'ds rt I cact
Curlr.rj Ceiisn Clecpcr Uneartl-eJ
In Ehon's lnnocc.it Lcoklnrj Tele
Cciumuiis. O., Feb. 12. The fooj
probe tommlttce tl H 13 to Invtsl.
gate the high cost rt living In Olilo.
after a delay of u -lal weeks, has
cettlcd down to work, and tho flrtt
day's oxpcrlenco ha3 demonstrate!
to tho members that they have a for
midable Job hctore them.
In a toi'r of tho Columbus markets
today the probers learned that V'o
city mal.es un tunutl profit of 513,000
fiom rentals of stalls, the total re
ceil.ts aggregating $27,000. Scores ot
other market dealers 1 ay merchants,
In fiont of wl ose places they havo
stands, three or fevr times 03 much
for sraco as the city charges.
Tho committee inspected tho stor
ago plant of tho Crystal Ice and CoU
Storage romi,nny and fourd t'-n-i-
nnds cf lantis of apples and orates
of onions and celery, but no meat or
eggs. Anordlng to Manaper Kennard--.Afrlca,
tho g"ods stored belongs to Columbus pay his resrects to PresUcnt Taft,
commission men, who pay nn average and on leaving tho president's sane
of 32',(. cents a barrel for tho Koason, tu..i had n few wcrds to say on the
i 4 "' h'
Wants to Divorce County ni-ctlomi from
i:lli of Stato Politics.
hcclniilng early In September nnd
ending In May or Juno. Thin chnrgo,
nddod to tho fi eight and cost of hand
ling added at least to tho cost of
each barrel of up. cs to tho con
Bumor. Storage Men Talk.
The stnrngo llrms In Columbus
claim that they havo not stared eggs
or meat for a period of years In any
quantity, and stated that tho commis
sion men und others depending on
storngo eggs usually bought them
fiom the storngo houses In tho urn idl
er cities. There are storage plants In
Nowutk, Zn.iesvlllo, Cliclovlllo, Chilli
cotho and London that aro said to
storo eggs, and tho commlttco IntondJ
taking up thosn cases Immediately.
"Om Initial trip has been marked
with little or nothing of Interest,"
Bald Chairman Williams cf tho com
mltco, "but we Intend visiting every
storagn plant In tho stato ot Ohio
that wo think Is holding to much
goods. Wo know that eggs aro being
stoicd In huge quantities In tiomo of
tho smaller cities near hoio and wo
will visit tnosu p.nces as quickly ns
wo can. There will bo no stono un
turned to bring about some moans of
forcing the owners of this fruit and
foodstuffs to put It on tho market. Of
course tho nuiio proposition Is not
such na to demand a grcnt deal ot
consideration. It pecplo wnnt npplos
this time of year they must bo stoicd,
nnd tiro usually considered a delicacy,
','; "'hut wn wnnt to sea taken from
tho storage Is eggs, meat, cTHery, but
tor, cubbugo and vegetables of all
Alleged Sleeper Found.
Discovery thnt an Innocent looking
17-llno bill introduced by Representa
tive 121son of Tuscarawas, "by re
quest," In reality would not only por
i n It morgois ot tho two big t otophone
interests In Ohio, but would chloro
form tho Valentine anti-trust law, bo
fnr as Its provisions apply to such
caBos, probably has defeated tho bill,
nuproscntatlso Calvoy of Cloyclond,
a member of tho committee on rntl
roads and telegraphs, In whoso hands
tho bill isopoulng, said that ho folt
sure tho bill would bo killed in com
mlttco Apparently tho bill Is to provide for
exchange of service In tho Intorost of
accommodating tho public nut It
provides that when linos and equip
ment hnvo been connected that they
shall bo "ownod, oporatcd nnd main
tained as ngrccd upon by tho direc
tors of tho respoctlvo companies." It
then authorizes tho consolidation of
tho companies and wipes out "all con
This U believed fully to sauctlou
In 'r , tndent tele
t d . t.Ue by IU"
Dell Intel ests
The bill mlfht hot i uc rl on V'e
cnlendnr now but for i fr. sentattve
Smith of Marlon w o Ins been pay
Ing Inerented rates sltve t e Ccntr-.l
Union Telephone ccr n y and the
Marlon elepl-0rc co ' my got to
pettier. Ik Insisted tl nt Uo lnnocot
bill the eoramlttco hid been so hur
riedly enlb d to conrUer wes n roreal
of the Valentine law, and challenged
Elon to deny It. Llson said ho did
not know. '
Dense Advocates Reform,
The election of county officers may
be set for the same :icar as the mu
nicipal elections. The continuous
lobbying of the county ofllchls for
restr.atlon of the foo system, In
whole or In part, fcr salary aid for
county funds nn"dr for extension of
term, has not hauf much' erect. Sen
ntor Mahaffey. lierrcjentntlve Dense
and otners at considering a bill to
oxtond existing terms one year In or
der that they may bo divorced from
6tate politics. The promccrs say
that many an Ino.llclent or unworthy
man is pulled through by hli state or
natlonnl ticket, and that elections In
municipal years would further non
partisan voting and the general in
terest in polprtln-' rountv o dicers.
Must Bishop Sees Traub!
In Fairbanks Incident.
Washington, Feb. 12. Bishop J.
Hartzcll, Methodist icpresontatlvo
cnl'ed nt the Wl ito House to
Fairbanks Incident In Homo.
"For thi pore to rcqulro nil who
nre received by him," said the bishop
'to refuse o speak to any Protestant
organization In Home, eyon tf ho is
nn nctlvo member of such nn organ
ization, means a worldwide challenge
to Protestantism which will bo ac
cepted. It will hasten tho day whn
all Protestant governments will re
quire thnt Gieek nnd Foman Cathol'c
governments shall extend tho same
religious liberty to Protestants under
their flags which Greek and Ttoman
Catholic churches enjoy under Prot
estant flags." '
VJ.LLAnD'S PLAN UNFOLDS
Vast Improvements Ordered In Balti
more & Ohio Equipment.
Ilaltlmoic, Feb. 12. Tho Baltlmoro
li, Ohio board of directors, In addition
to tho largo appropriations made for
roadway Impfovumcnt In tho further
ance of President Wlllard's plans for
Increased operating efficiency, author
ized $3,000,000 moro expenditure for
motive power. This, with tho $13,000,
000 otder for locomotives and cars
now being tilled, makes $10,000,000
for now eiulment. An Intcu.stlng
featuro of the latest order for motive
power Is that It Includes 30 Mallet
engines ot tho heaviest weight ever
built for road use.
QUEEN CITY LOOTED
BY GRAFTER GANGS
Prosecjtor Says He Is cnYrci!
ol Stolen MillLns,
Cincinnati, 0 Feb. 12. Indict
ments we-o retained by tho Hamil
ton county grand Jury against two
prominent contractors, as tho initial
step In nn Inquiry which Involves
millions ot dollars and Includes tu Its
scopo city contracts for tho last eight
T. F. McCluo and J.' A. nherhardt,
tho Indicted men, nro chnigod with
entering Into a conspiracy In restraint
of trndo In connection with tho ob
taining of recent paving contracts.
Prosecutor Hunt asserts ho has in
his possession evidence showing that
three llrms hnvo been in a combina
tion for several years to destroy com
petition In tho bidding for city con
tracts. A numbor ot business mon, city offi
cials nnd othors havo been subpoo
nncd to appear beforo tho graud jury
nnd It U understood that many fun
ther Indlrtmonts will bo roturned bo
foro the Inquiry Is concludod. Hunt
rcfiiRcs to discuss tho subpoonae3
"Thero in something big doing, but 1
nm tiot yet ready to glvo It out," be
The Final Transaction.
"Father." sahl little Itollo, "what la
the ultimate coubumer?"
"Ho is tho last person, my son, that
an iirtlelo roaches in its commercial
"I know, what you menu, llo's a
man who goes into n hotel mid orders
0; bash." Woshlnutou Star.
Blua All Through.
Ted Docs Uruco appear to be loyal
Ti'ssr-Oh, yes', she nhvnys talks o
blua streak. YalcIUvqorO.
Or as Curiosities?
"Somebody stole n dozuu fresh eggs
from our house estcrdny."
"Ho you suppose they intend holding
thorn foraransouiV" Houstou I'ost.
ncip'ilrlrig of th
phone Interests (
Mr. Qulncy Portor wont to Orr
vlllo Saturday morning on business.
.Mr. Frank Padgett of Dnnullo was
a Visitor In Mt. Vorhon on Saturday.
'Mr. Henry Falrehlld loft Friday
aftornoon for New York Cltj on busi
ness. Mrs. Ollvo Scott of Cleveland Is
visiting her sister and fumlly, Mrs.
itobort Phillip, south of town.
Mr. Frank Mooro of East High
street went to Mt. Gllead S,aturuaj
morning on business,
Qi will purchase n hewing machine
'mi payments of Ufie per vtcck, nt
Mr. Harry Blocher went to Orr
vlllo Saturday morning to a trend to
somo mnttors of business,
Mr. and Mrs. Cloll Brontllngor of
Ease High street wont to Clovoland
Saturday morning to spend several
days with frlehds nnd relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Mltcholl of Mt.
Vornon went to Lock Saturday nftcr-
noon to spend Sunaay with relatives
Mr. Ralph Jenkins of East Vino
street went to Mt. Liberty Snturday
morning to spend tho day with rela
tives and friends.
Mr. Charles Lybarger of North
Mulberry street went to Danvllld Fn
dny aftornoon to spend socral dajs
Mr. Edward Mitchell, Mr. J. D. Vnll
and Mr. Stephen Burr of Sparta wont
to Mt. Gllead Saturday morning on
$10 will purchase nn orpin, guar-
imtccil on payments of 91 per month,
Itov. S. W. Vinton, who has for
tho past several dajs, boon speaking
nt tho Baptist church, loft Saturaay
morning for Akron.
Thoro will bo it box social nt tho
Hopewell church, Pleasant township,
Frldny evening, Feb. 25, nt 8 o'clock.
All aro cordially Invited.
Mrs. Sarah Taylor of East Sugar
street went to Oboiiln Friday aftor
noon to spend several weeks with
her daughter, Mrs. Mary Cowdery.
Councilman Robert Cole of North
Sandusky street went to Centorburg
Saturday morning co attend to somo
mnttors of business.
FOR SALE 118 acre farm, well
Improved, close to town, $80 pet
acre. W, C, RnekwoII & Brn.
Mrs. S. S. Flomlng returned todny
to her nomo In Zancsvlllo after a visit
of thrco weeks with her daughter,
Mrs. S. B. Tnrr of East Burgess street.
FOR SALE Farm of 81 V4 acres
5 miles from city. Price $5,000
doe Stream & Rimer. ti
Pi of. Leo F. Lybnrgcr of Philadel
phia, Pa,, formerly of Mt. Vornon, wns
In tho city Saturday for n( fow hours
bolng en routo enst to rcsumo bis
work on tho lecture platform.
At a regular meeting of Clinton
Chapter, No. 2G, R. A. M., held Fri
day ovonlng tho Mark Master degrcb
wns conferred upon a numbor of
Mr. L. Buckingham, routo agent
for tho U. S. Express Co., has been
spending several days In Mt. Vornon.
going over tho books of tho'locnl
agent, Mr. Fred Ahrendt.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition during the monthssbeforc
baby comes, are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow
upon the little life about to begin. Her happiness and physical com
fort will largely govern the proper development of the health and
nature of the child. Mother's Friend contributes much to the moth
er's happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it affords.
It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate the muscles and tendons of the body, soothe the swollen
mammary glands, cause a gradual expansion of the skin and tissues,
and aid in the relief of nausea. The regular use of Mother's Friend
greatly lessens the pain and danger when baby comes, and assures a
quick and natural recovery for the mother. Mother's Friend is sold
at drug stores. Write for our free book of information for expectant
mothers. TISE DRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA, GA,
Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn;
It you don't it won't be blown.
The people won't flock
To buy your stock
If you never make it known.
So, Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn
It's the proper business caper, i
And the very best way
To make it pay
Is to blow it through this paper.
Mr, John Ilussoll is moving his
Household goods from Blndcnsbitrg to
Sparta, whoro ho will make his tu
turo homo. Mr, RusecIi will start up
a moat marital in tho latter village.
Tho remnlns of tho l.Uo Jonn
Weaer, who died at his homo on N.
Sandusky street Thursday morning,
wore shipped on thd noon train on
the C, A. tc C. to Wnrren, Pa., whmo
tho funeral wlll-bo held. Interment
Judge Goorgo Coynor wnt to Col
umbus Saturday noon to confer with
the Eccietary of the state sebn
board association and the state school
commissioner. The uujcu .I
conference will b to appoint com
mittees for tho year.
Of Paralysis Sustained By
James Ramsey, a well-known far
mer residing about two miles noith
of tho city, sustained a stroke of
pnral)sls on Friday and Is in a ver
serious condltlori. Mr. Ramsey had
not been feeling well, but went tr
tho.barn to do some chores. It wns
horo thnt he was seized with the
parnletlc stroke nnd sank to the
floor of tho barn. He was not dis
covered until nearly two hours after
wards. His condition on Saturdaj
was reported critical.
Of Henry Linstead On Charge
Henry Linstead was arrested Fri
day at his homo In South Vernon
near tho Reeves foundry on a war
rant sworn out before 'Squire Hai
tor by his wife, charging his witl
non-support. He was brought before
tho 'squire and entered a plea of
not guilty. Tho hearing was se'
for Monday morning. Linstead v
released 'on bail.
A Total Of 71 Indies So Foi
This winter Is far surpassing anj
for many years in snowfall. Snow
has been on the ground continuous:)
since nbout ono week boforo Christ
mas, which is something unusual to,
this section of tho country. There
havo bson llfteen snowfulls, the tota'
of which has been 71 Inches.
Do Forest, Win.
"Aft or an opera
tloti four years ng
1 lincl pair.3 tlown
wnul in both sitlcrv
bnckncho, nnd a
weakness. Tlio elec
tor wanted mo to
havo another orenv
timi. I tookLydla E.
ble Compound and
I nm entirely cured
cf my troubles."
Mrs. Atjquste Vi:sri:r.MANjr, Do For
Another Operation Avoided.
Kovv Orleans, La. "For yeais I euf
fered from severe femalo troubles.
Finall I was conllned to my bed and
tiiotiocorsaiuaii operation wns neces
sary. I gavo Ltlia . I'inkham's Veg
etable Compound a trial first, and
was saved from an operation." Mrs.
Lily Pkyhoux, llll KcrlerecSt., Now
Thirty years of unparalleled success
confirms tho power of Ljtlia E. F'"v
ham's Vegetable Compound to euro
female dheases. The great volume of
unsolicited testimony constantly pour
ing in proves conclusively that Lydia
E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound in
a remarkable remedy for those dis
tressing feminine ills from -which so
many women suffer.
If you wuit prccinl ndviconliout
your enso writo to Mrs. Plukliani,
it Lynn, UunS. ITcr ndvico la
-ec, and always helpful.
is quickly absorbed.
Gives nellel at Onrn.
It cleanses, soothes, KjlWR
ueais nuu piotects
tho diseased mem
brane resulting f i om
Catarrh and drives
away a Cold in tho
Head quickly. Be
stores tho Senses of
Tuate and Smell. Tall size 50 cts., atDrug.
gists or by mail. In liquid form, 75 cents.
Uy Brothers, CO Wnrroa Street, Now Xork.
Farmers tell us that a better
grade of corn Is rnlesd where
tho seed ts carefully selected.
We have a
that will nelp In the selection
of seed. They nro not oxpens
Ivo and should pay for thorn
solves In ono season.
Tho boys will soon begin to
think about trapping1. We
havo some "JUMP" traps that
will go In narrow places, and
they aro light nnd strong.
Bogardus & Co.
Mt. Vernon, O.
Eclipses To Occur During
The Present Year
Thero will bo four eclipses during
th: year 1910; two of tho sun nnfl
two of tho moon. Thoso of tho sun
aro not visible) In the United States.
Thoso of tho moon, both of which
ore total, aro visible in tho United
A total eclipse of tho moon May
21, Is visible In. central and wostora
Asia, Africa, southwestern Europe;
South America and North America.
Tho end is visible In South America.
North America, and the contun anil
southern portion of the Paclllo ocean.
Tho' beginning of tho eclipsj is at
2 n. in.; tho middle at 12:34, nnd
tho end at 12: CO. SIzo of tho eclipsa
1.099 (Moon, 1.0) (Washington
Tho ecllpso ot tho sun on Is'ovom
bor 1, is visible' only in Alaska and
Tho beginning of tho total ecllpso
of tho moon on November 1C, at C:G4
p. m., Is visible in genera in Africa,
Europe, central and western Asia,
South 'America and castorn part of
North Rmci-Ica. Tho middle of tho
ecllpso is at 7:20. Tho ond Is at
7:10, and is visible in Africa, Europo
western Asia, North and South Am
erica Size of tho ocllpso, 1.131.
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