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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1898.
Voi. XXIII No 32
Murder in First Degree.!
The Iledrleit Murder Case Is Over
and the Jnry Says II(3rlck. Is Guljiy
The jury in the Hedvick case, after
being out one hour, i3tur.-ed a verdict
this afternoon of guilty of murd-.M- i i
the first degree.
The taking of testimony in tho Head-
ricit case was contuinca on 1Mb mst. at j Ooor 1 . . '. :. Thon I
Jacksou. After tin- .onc!usioa of u ( t ..,... ; uuwi. tu com crib
testimony ou brhalf of the State, the ; a-, ,.t .n t.ie:v to keep hire from
testimony on tfce part of the defendant iseaing me. I knew it was not safe for
was begun, rre to go in there. He told we if he
The State, "ry their attorneys, sir., ei er caught me Unking to his daughter
ply proved the details of the shocking J or around there be would kidl me. I
tragedy without any apparent effort, j wanted to wait estil Lail went off so I
shewing a motive of the murder, could go up in the hay loft.
7t seemed to be the thewy of the de- j X0 w just teli v hat occu nred from that
fonse that tb?re was a iwiet love affair I time or..
'jarried on clandestine' be'.w.n the
defendant and the
daughter of thf
murdered. nan. It va- attempted to
prove that she had written -one or
more letts to the defend a r. to this
The dtcf- nuam t.-r-;.L? d ;h;U affenie
had beex! discharged Jjy Mr, Lai! he
was forb'dden the prraiises tnd warn
ed to k p away. There ware no. ac
tual eyr. witnesses io the .first -slutt
fired by Huadrick .at Mr. Laii'-rhile
they wre inside oi the "tiara. We
give bo'ow the version of the ue'ind
ant, as detailed by him or the ucness
The. "outhful lnu-lere:..ti!,: That
he was l'.i v rs , au- tiie-Ji i!i of
May list, ami tijj.t he .a ibv party
charted with the iiiader o! .Ja.:.es M.
Lail. lie visasknl liov lony ?.c had
besn ripon tic premisi. .prior the
dale .-f the a.J.ucr. v:a', h oeu; : n i: t.n
Friday. J.i.'v jst A:kl he .'i-plied:
Kver sine- tVedriesdaj nigh! before
that. lie i.as asked-' If . V(-u had
wart id v.. .i.e.--Jer anybody. -tfid yo
Iiavi an o,:j -ot i.t:,.iiy io do s- dnrin
the i'.uw iM'.i: Wednesuav i. ritil ti
first of u.
lie ..iilied: .V
s was that?
tid t-.o nh i.ls.
!-eJ juu '. go to
Lail on .Vi;iinesd;
Ttf see iji- iLa tighl':r.
ii.v. ;.ti'J live from Weinesda
ijii't I'rWay morning-how did
. yi.-J -;' t i.a;. - '.Jag to "at?
:t -; i ... - : fele!iel me fo."u.
v Here a
'l! .111 i
),!y or ti
ill :i:e ill
" 11 Sl''-"!.
: '.s Ji;iy Io;t.
;Di! i i of t!
orce dufiui- ihe.
XUV.', to r'lt llii
vou and L
k- I w.i!
: -K Villi 1
Y. s. si;-.
Ito'.v loagLaj ytu" uam sui-t heart -Since
a fef aays 'K.ture I .--.nt iht-i
fin rian iii about a r.eek.
. i.e.i ci! i .;iat sr'-iivuii" "lat !n!i-
tua.' attraction betwo-u yots .-gin?
A? 'Jnarlcs' l.uweV dance.
How long ago was that danje?
The last part of January o- tlie lit
Hew u id you come to seer ;mp.oy-
ment rum Mr. Lail?
His daughter wrote me a letter ant
told. me to ask her fathor.for a job
.and lie would give it io tr.c.
Did you go?
Not iintil lie came aAur me.
Did you Ijcgin work for, Mr. Jiii?
How long did you wtvk for him?
I worked a few days over three
juonths,. I believe.
About when were yo.'i discharge?
Aiong. about the 12th of J unc
Was the relations between you and
bin dat'irhter unusuallr Mend.'y in
State if j'ou heard froia the dttigh
ter of Mr. Lail after you weivdis
charged and before you wient tbeue on
Wednesday before the tragedy?
I did, yee.
Hovr did you hear from her?
I got a letter from her.
What did that letter ask you to do?
It asked me to come down to see Lcr
and I went.
Where were you very early Friday
morning of the tragedy?
I was around the premises of Mr.
Was any one else with you that
rooming verv early or the latter part
ofthe night before daylight?
Yes, sir, Jessie Lail. ,
Where did she go when she left you?
She went to the house, 1 suppose.
When did you next see Jessie Lail?
That morning out milking.
Who was with her at that time?
Her father and mother.
How close were you to the barn
yards, I guess.
What did you Co when you saw
I stopped and hid there behind some
lumber and stuff till they went on. I
thought they went to the house. Then
I get i ud started over 10 the barn.
.'... .. tvtiv ou going to do there?
i -: !.:,,: up in the ::ty lfl and
. ail d.iV.
-! to. '.t:d vl
i was told -O
. -i -.
?n i got t the
I went iu tiurii ant: wt:
1 the door skewed pre!..
citiiK- to -hat b .o ii.ippeued
v.j.,1'. it wa.- reckor. fie caiii there
and opened iiv- do:.i- ad I was there.
He .-.iy-. yiu t; D- -S il what
are jui: ..ti. l:e;e li.iiikcying with
Jessie ai;air.. 1 tola t i-.ix tliat was al
right wlia- iJ was doing. He told Die
he was g:r.g to kill I asked him
Ut let rae t-'.it. He says, if you go ;ut
of hern.- x:nebody wi.'J pack yon out.
I says. . me out Jw. will you? He!
won't, and cailed for hi
!ien he (loco that 1 slai-tei1
!e struck at m-j with a curry
jump.'U k a:id he strict:
at ir rgain, ami s-iiot htm
foiv p.k-t "i liu. or abt.vo i'y. ';.;t.
I ti'.-ii't ..v,i!c..
Hadi'te luadii a assault ou oti
for-yi-a shot l.iiii fiat moruint"?
Yess-ir. i.'.- siruiJ. at iae v.itu a'.-i.'y
Oil1; you think, ymtr life wa it- -atj;
'V ar tiiai verv rjiii.i' lr 'i
V't sir. i tiiii. know it was.
v. UVi ".'i j-.'i.: 4:o after foa ;Ot
tilli t- the eye.'
i-i-aa oat irou uuder the s&wi twa
L ..a'vls the spri-i);.
iif you ciijitijiii".- t sntiot at AJiu
.1 .in', yes h:
Dit y.ii sin...: i.iia while U i-.a
-i .n : si: h'.v.i. I tktsk J h'.t
u iV2'.!K : : lia.ti -1k: aim
, i am i;o!--uiv. I iun'l l.-io
where J si-ot iii:u oin'v the -one
s th'? ffct shot?
i coiile not st.it-i
i: yj iii your ojutno::--Xeil.-.i
,'t is true ii:t -ciiil
uiat.w:r. uau rastr-iul-i Si-n
t... fell to
! ll'ti. V
Mii'iK" nc.v tnat he. vr::
li u th ground?
fiea a- .
Vou t -.ink that cttth K-cuf rid .at
frf foii t-je titiit! h- f'-ll to the t?Touv..i.
ionic where abn it there, 1 gu-iss
v 'jen he fell.
J will ;-vsk you wlMlier or isot a-i.v
t these. -jther wuuot's vou made vji
li:'s bn'iy with your pistol were ma-V
Jer tiie body was -dead?
Y''ll, "i guess they -.vere. f shot .i-.t
Jiirn after the bodv w?s down.
i low many times did you shoot?
i don'tii now.
How many times die. you shoot alV.r
he fell down?
I don't k low that.
Did you empty your pistol the socoiul
Yes sir, 1 think I diiL
You had vo cartridget left in it us
used when you left there:'
Xo sir, I don't think I tiiii.
I will ask ; ou if you accompanied
Jo -sit? Lail t the house after that?
Yes sir, I did.
State any cenversation fLat passed
between you acd Jessie Laii?
She asked me must she swear against
mo or not. I never told iier what to
do. She told sse to get array if I
could. She told me she would not re
port it 'till I got a chance to getaway
Did she attempt to make asy out
ry or give any alum while yoa were
Xo sir. she did not.
Do you remember of her mother
mining across toward the houso of
Yes sir, J do.
Did you see Jessie Lail start in the
same direction before you left there?
i did not.
Did you attempt to restrain her and
compel her to stay there with you?
I did not.
Did you tell her you would kill her
f she did not stay?
Xo sir, I never had no such idea 1
iu my head.
Then murder was not your purpose
in going to the Lail homestead?
Xo sir. I never went there with the
intention of killing nobody or hurting
You went there simply to see that
She brought you things to eat, you
I stated she did, yes.
You have been employed by various
people as a laborer?
Yes sir, I have.
You never had a fight or row with
any other man?
Those that I 'worked for. no sir.
John, which one of those shots that
you fired into the body of Lail was
The one 1 shot in the front of the
head in tie eye, or over the eye I told
Do you remember the position n
which Laii fell?
He i&l on his face.
Whila you were standing "there
shooting at him. I will ask yon if you
remember to have inflicted a wound
upon him beginning at the b&ck part
of 'the right side and ranging forward
Ibi-ough ld:i body toward th loft nip
Well, I suppose I dW: I shot at
him when he was lying down there. I
don't know for sare where I hit hhm,
I think that is about -where I hit him.
In vour excitement then John, did
you believe and Co you now believe
that Lail was dead when you tired
that shot into his t ig.t sine?
On cross examination l-'rosevuliwr
Attorney Ilius ratir;r emphasized lie
foi-. going t-i-timr.y and made it
stronger, if such a thing were pos
sible, against tilt.' defendant.
The interest in uie case is as .gtvat
as ever and is manifested by the
crowded rourt rof-m which was packed
almost t'-j suffocation. A large num
Ier of lilies )vti! from the country
and the town wep; among the specta
tors. A night session ;f ii? con:-!
was held Jifter tke taking of the testi
mony, sind it was as crowded as t!v
day se-vrion to hear the nrainent of
TO IT. AIM'KALEJr
Ileadrl-k-s ( asc Will be T:.
tlie trnte ( ourt of the .- .vr.
'i'lio.arg -urent in lie:i'irii-k ,: ur
deriiia! war -io-ed about !I o'ci-jck
S.-itni-day i.u'rning. and tcv jnrjjre
tired to cot-sitler their Vi-rdiet. At
about 2 o'i:lsck it was Itstrned that
tho ji'i-y weiv ready to ivi-irt ami the
aurt room as rapidly tilled to its
fuile ea.wty. The jirioner was
brnught froir -the jail aLd feai-d in
tiie liar. Tb- jury lil-d into the court
rutiic and anso anceu to the coun th-st
they ii-'iu arrived at a verdict. Tiiieh.
as it -was read by the clerk, was list
ened to in rro found silence by tl
rivat uirong. as me vrorus ol the
verdici were rronou need which sirni
lied that (ieai'iick v.ould!pay the pen
altv of his .crime and forfeit his life
on the scaffold, the prisoner was vis
ibly a.ffected. He shuddered, his face
flushed, became contorted and thf
tears flowed from his eyes as he silent
ly wept, a hopeless victim to remorse
and despair, cowering in the -clutches
of the law. A motion for a new trial
was filed by h:s attorneys, which was
overruled, ard appealed to "iie Su
preme ourL ine case win oe re
viewed by the Supremo Court at the
April tctm, when it is generally be
lieved by the attorneys, the verdict of
the jury will be sustained, and Head
rick will expiate, his crime on tbe gal
Have Vol Had the irlpf
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal yourjlungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
A Liar by the Watch.
An exchange is responsible for the
following story. A farmer hung his
-est on the barnyard fence, and a calf
chewed up a pocket of the garment in
which was a gold watch. The calf
grew to the cow stage and was kept in
the family for several years, as she
gave an abundant supply of milk.
Recently she was butchered for beef
and the long lost time-piece was found
in such a position in the lungs that
the act of respiration kept tbe stem
winder wound up, and the watch had
lost but four minutes, two and a half
ticks in seven years.
Merer say Die.
Many desperate cases of kidney dis
eases pronounced incurable have been
cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. Many
physicians use it W. H. Coerver
Journal of the l'roceedtngs.AdJourn
ed Regular Session (Oilldal.)
Council Chamber, City of Cape Girar
deau, Monday Evening, Nov. 21,
The Council met in adjourned regu
lar seession at 7 o'clock.
Mayor William H. Coerver, Presid
ing. Members present: Messrs. Blo
meysr, Givens, Kage, Kimmel, Regen
hardt. Absent: Messrs. Rueskamp,
The journal of the "proceedings of
the month of October, the reading of
which was deferred at last meeting,
was read and approved.
The following report from the com
mittee on Ways and Menns was pre
sented and read.
To the Hon. Mayor and Council
Gentlemen: We your committee to
whom was referred the August and
September bills of the CapeGirardnau
Water Works and Electric Light
Company with instructions to arrive
at the amounts due said company for
tbe respective months, respectfully re
port that we recommend the allowance
of August bill in the sum ef Sl."i!.50
and September bill in tbe sum of
Signed, C. S. GIVENS,
E. F. BLOMEYEK.
F. A. Race.
Committee'on Ways and Means.
Ou motion of Mr. Kimmel said re
port was received, concurred in and
ordered filed and the clerk instructed
to issue warrants in favor of the Cape
Girardeau Water Works and Electric
Light Company on the Genera'
Ilever.ue Fund, for said amounts.
The following report from the
Strej-t Commissioner was presented
To the Hon Mayor and Council
Gentlemen: I rc.-peclfuHy report tint
the work -r.-f grading and graveling
Good Hojv street from Sprigg stivi t
to Spanish street, as authorized by
ordinance, has been completed and
said work has been done in a work
manlike .manner and iu accordance
with the specifications fix- said work:
and I further report that Charles
Grimes, to whom was awarded the
contract, on October "ird. ls'.rs, by
your honorable body for furnishing
the .gravel for said vork. has t u-i-pleted
the same, by delivering on s;. .J
str-'et the requisite amount of gr.r.c'
necessary for graveling same. :iai.n; -to
llo5 cubic yards: and that .
quality of sain gravel is according
Siguefi FKKD BkTN'Ki:,
wn moiion oi iki: lvtmmei saiu re
port was 'eceiven and ordered tiled.
The following resolution was prt
sented and read;
Vheivas. ine Street Commissioner
has reported to this Council that "the
work of grading and graveling Good
Hope stive? from Sprigg street to
Spanish t-vet. as authorized by
Ordinance Z o. ."iy.j, has been com pletid
and that sa-.i work has been done in
accordance with the sp-cilication for
said work, and that Charles Grimes,
the contractor to whom was awarded
the contract for gravel for said
part of Good Hotie street has deliver
ed the requisite amount of gravel for
graveling same, which said report was
received at a regular meeting of said
City Council held on Monday evening
November 21st, and
Whereas, this council is satisfied
that the contract for graveling that
part of Good Hope street mentioned,
has been strictly complied with: there
fore be it
Resolved, That the council accepts
said work, as being in all things in
accordance with the plans and speei-
ficationss for said work, and the city
council is-hereby instructed to issue a
wa-irant on the General Revenue fund
in favor of said Charles Grimes for
the sum of $1095.90, the amount due
him for said gravel as per contract.
Signed: F. A Kage.
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer said
resolution was adopted and ordered
filed, and the City Engineer instruct
ed to file with the clerk his report re
ferring to the improvement of said
Good Hope street, as required by
ordinance, so that the assessment can
be made and the ordinance levying
said assessment for the cost of said
work, can be presented at next meet
The Street Commissioner submitted
a report showing that he had deliv
ered on Good Hope street from Sprigg
street to Spanish street, between tbe
street car tracks and twelve inches
outside each rail, 68 cubic yards of
Amount due Charles Grimes for said
gravel, at 78 cents per cubic yard,
On motion of Mr. Reganhardt said
report was received and ordered filed,
and the clerk instructed to issue war
rant on General Revenue fund in favor
of Charles Grimes fcfor $50.70 in pay
ment for said gravel.
An ordinance entitled "An ordi
nance to change the grade of North
street from Sprigg street to Pacific
street and of Ellis street from North
street to Morgan Oak street," read
for the first time on October 24th, was
taken up and read for the second time.
On motion of Mr. Blomeyer tho
said ordinance was read for the third
t'me, its final reading.
On motion of Mr. Givens said ordi
nance was passed by the following
Ayes, Blomeyer, Givens, Kage,
Kimmel, Regenhardt, 5. Nays, none.
Absent, Rnesskamp, Unnerstall, 2.
An ordinance entitled "An ordi
nance providing for tho grading and
graveling of Themis street between
Sprigg and Pacific streets in the city
. , ,, , , ;
of Cane Girardeau, Mo., read for1
" ' ' .... .
;nc lust time on vciouer -iiii, was
again taken up and read for the sec
The Judiciary Committee presented
an ordinance entitled "An ordinance
abolishing the office of Auditor and
renealin! uarts of ordinances in c.:n-
;..f knf.rnt-ith " tvliii.h tn mrtttnil v:is I
11 IV. U llHl.t'l-.ll- ' ' .....
read for the first time.
On moiion of Mr. Kimmel said or
dinance was read for tao second time,
and on motion of Mr. Kage read for
the third time, its linal reading.
Said ordinance was then passe.;, on
motion of Mr. Blomeyer, by the fol
Ayes: Blomeyer, Givens, Kage,
Kimmel, Regenhardt, 5. Nays. noi:c.
Absent, Rnesskamp, Unnerstall. 2.
The following resolution was pre
sented and read:
Resolved, that it is i.eeessary io
grade and gravel lorth street ironi
Sprigg street to Pacific street and
to mat end the City Clerk is hereby
instructed to publish this insolation
in the newspaper doing the ctlv print
ing, for two weeks as required by
Sigi.ed, C'.sS. GiVEXf.
O.i motion of Mr. Kage said rem.- .:
tion was adopted ati-.i ordered tiled.
Mr. Kti'-sskaiiip appeared it: i'i-
Owir.ir to t!.e inability of -1. .
Phillips to serve as a Judge of Kl. e
tion at a sjeeial evi ction to be iu-l!
the for tin ward on tl.e2!lta. the .Mayor
appointed H. S. Oaks to -serve i ri Mis
place and on motion of Mr. Kage said
appointment was eoailiiTae'i.
The Street Commissioner, ot. r.ioiin:;
of Mr. Kage was ordered, as fo!lws:
xo repair Spanish si
property owners to repair plank side
walk on cast sidecf Sprigg s;rei.t near
Brodtmann's mill, cover gutter in
front of llcpuric!:s property south
side of Kroaduay street lietween Main
and Spanish streets, and said Street
Commissioner was further instructed,
on motion oi .vtr. Kegenhiirdt. to
notify Charles Hrodtman toj.liil the
sidewalk spare in front of his mill
with either cinders or tine gravel.
On motion of Mr. Blomever the
Council then adjourned till next reo-u
arine.'ting, Monday evening, Daet-ni-ber
51h, at 7 o'clock.
GEO. E. CHAPPELL, Citv Clerk,
How I npicasant
it is to see a beautiful child's fai
disfigured with .vile humors, burstin
through the skin pimples, 2 blotch:
and sores, and sadder still, whe-j t.
young and innocent are lausix d :
and twitted in all such cases. Pai er
sliould give them that good and pe
remedy, Suljihur Bitters, which w
search and drive out of the I lo
every particle of humor. Hea'.
New lionrd Elected.
The stockholders of the Cape Brew
ery and ice Co., held a meeting last
evening for the purpose of electing a
new board of directors. The mem
bers of the old board were re-elected
unanimously and this board will meet
in a short time to elect officers. It is
not known what changes will be made,
if any, and it is probable that the
present officers will be chosen.
Aside from the business features of
the meeting, there was another which
was of much interest A few friends
were on hand with the stockholders
and it was deemed advisable to hrf.e
a light lunch and some liquid refresh
ments to celebrate the o.'-e:. -u.r..
While there was not what rai-M, l-a
termed a "feast of reason," the; was
a "flow of soul," and all present en
joyed the occasion so well thi.t the
last keg of amber fluid was noturained
until 12 o'clock, at which hour all de
parted to their homes with pleasant
memories of tbe occasion.
A Lite lor 50c.
Many people have been cured o
Kidney diseases' by taking a 50c bottle I
Foley's Kidney Cure. j
- Headquarters Justi Post No. 17$,
Department of Missouri, Grand Army
of the Republic Cape Girardeau, Mo.,
November 22. li'.W.
Brother and soldier, who faithfully
performed his duty, has dropped from
the ranks of this Post, Comrade John
Brunkhorst, late of companies G. and
I., First Regiment Engineers of the
West Missouri Volunteers has re
ceived an honorable discharge from
the labors and vicissitudes of a Ion?
and well spent lif.
He was born on the 24th day of
June, 1831, and has passed his sixty
Comrade Brunkhorst was a faithful
soldier of the Republic, performing
every duty with cheerfulness and pa
triotic ardor, a true and loyal citizen,
a kind husband and father and a
faithful member of this Post. And
w? his surviving comrades attest to
of this we follow his remains to tbe
, ... ,,. . . . ,
tomb anu award hima soldier s burial.
In thus performing our last duty to
I a departed comrade, we are forcibly
reminded of our fast diminishing
'Lesfbylef h 9 rose ia railing,
lr:i)i ly drop t e eprinit rnui dry;
Ore ly one beyond recalling.
Faithful comrade droop and die.'
To the family we extend our sincere
condolence, and recommend that the
flag and ensignias of tho Post be
draped in mourning, and a copy here
of bo furnished the city press for pub
lication. Alex P.oss,
Al t,LST BlERWITH,
L. F. Kl-Os-TKKMANX,
Attest: Henry A. Aa'holtz, Adjutant.
Tbe i onium woman
Who goes to the club while her hus
band lends the baby, as well as the
eood oi i-fashioncd woman who looks
i-J:. r her iiome. will both at times get
rvn d- -i in health. They will bo
troubled with loss of appetite, head
aches, sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy
spells. The most 'vtiiuieriul rearedy
for those- women is Electric Bitters.
Thousand's of MilTere.s from Lame
Back and Weak ividn. y's rW up and
call it b'.essed. It is the medicine ' f
women. Female coniplvints n"
ous troubles of all kinds
lieved by the use of. cllV.,riB r,n
De.faN- 7.-:,:;;; t.liouM k.y.-n this
I -: -.''l. .)u ( i" i 'I 'A i ' '. 1 1 J '"I l' Jl ! -
-.) i . er Vf.if. l-'or r .
. .-i.i!;ae 'T' ; a!. L';- S'i
GlIAXO .it .V .?:.-, .. 'o.TerJ,
Fran'roJ. T.i:'ce. j. V.'. Ca. -on. Aug.
II. 'iujsskair.p. M. '. LeuJug. J. S.
Randol, L. M: ii'-.vi. iao. K. iVoiTer,
Jno. L. ..IcCom. J. M. Er.vin, Win.
A. Russell. Xewton Miller.
Petit JritoRs ciir'.'uiT Court.
Ed ward Be'hvell. Henry Klaus, Jno.
Miller, .'-.cob II. Fried rich. Win: B.
Sehacfer, T. J. sJrowalng. P. II. Welt-
eke, Fred Stick, Anton Scrader, H.
I . lVrounet, Erns. Moeder, Jos'cph
Meyer. Erich Weiss, Henry Vog.-s,
Jr., (.has. t lrich, W. G. Wilson,
Frank Oldham, Monroe Proffer, Fred
Exler, Charles E. Williams, Louis
Schupparm. Martin Gae'r.ie, R. A.
Common 1'i.ka.h Cur nr. t has. Lud
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When You Have a Had Cold
You want the best medicine that can
be obtained, and that is Chamberlain's
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but effect a per
You want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will coun-
teractany tendency toward pneumonia.
Ycu want a remedy that is pleasant
aim safe to take.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
the only medicine in use that meets all
of these requirements. This remedy
is famous for its cures of bad colds
throughout the United States and in
many foreign countries. It has many
rials, but, for the speedy and per
nianent cure of bad colds, stands with
out a jxer and its splendid qualities
are everywhere admired and praised.
For sale by L Ben. Miiler, druggist.
Two regiments of United States
troops have left Honolulu for Manila.
It is quite evident that our Uncle
Samuel intends to be prepared to back
up bis claims to the Philippines.