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Though defea?Hl in his Senator nil aspi?
rations, Dr. Hunter, of Kentucky, is by
no means dead politically. Washington
advices state that he is at present consid?
ering whether he will accept a good ap?
pointment in this country, or one of sev?
eral fat places abroad, of which he has
been offered the choice by President Mc?
Kinley. Pecuniarily, no doubt he will be
better off than if he had been elected Sen
Representative Cochrau's amendment to
the corstitution, making a tax on in?
comes of all kinds a fit subject for legal
enactment by the Congress of the United
States, ought to be adopted. The amend?
ment reads as follows: "An income tax
shnll not bo considered as a direct tax
within the meaning of section two and
section nine of article one of the Consti?
tution; but the Congress nhnll hav power
to lay and collect a tax on incomes derived
from any source whatever without regard
to apportionment or euumeratlou."
The authorities of Cleveland, Ohio, in
endeavoring to enforce the Sunday law
arrested eighteen baseball players and an
umpire just after the beginning of the
game last Sabbath and though the case
lias been postponed till to day it is gener?
ally believed all the offenders will be fined.
Sunday observance is not so rigidly en?
forced in the West as in the East and
South, but it is a pleasure to note that
the custom is rapidly extending in that
A number of silver Rcpulican members
of the Senate and Housn have decided to
support a proposition providing for an
export bcuuty on agricultural products.
They take the position that by this sys?
tem only enn the farmer secure benefits to
compensate him for import duties on
other article*, and will support a proposi?
tion for an amendment to the tariff .bill
providing for the bounties. Senator Can?
non will offer the amendment in the Sen?
ate at nu early day und the proposition
seems to be growing in favor the more it
Broker Chapman, who has braved nil
the terrors of the law rather than tell
what ho knows about the affairs of the
sugar trust, began to serve his term of
one month imprisonment in the United
States jail ax Washington yesterday. He
will only suffer from the confinement, as
his stay will be made as pleasant as pos
siule for him. Soups and French dishes
will be sent him daily from the Washing?
ton hotels and all o( bis wants will be
looked after by a waiter from that estab?
lishment. Imprh onment of that character
is not so bad when contrasted with what
men without money, influence or friends
hare to snfTer under similar circum?
If it be true, as stated in the dispatches
from Washington, that General Long*
street is to be appointed railroad commis?
sioner in place of General Wade Hamp?
ton, it will add to the popularity in the
South neither of the administration nor
of the gentleman '.from Georgia. There
are other places, any one of which the
President might bestow on General Long
street without disturbing the gallant,
South Carolinian, who is surely entitled
to as much consideration for his public
services us his.competitor. Besides, the
doughty fighter of the army of Northern
"Virginia could just as well have picked
out some other place as the ore with
which his name has been constantly con?
nected since the beginning of the presi nt
administration. The duties of comrade
word and action
from the blood; every nerve, muscle,
hone, organ and tissue depends on the
blood for its quality and condition.
CnviMrv Therefore pure
OprirSg; hiood is absolutely
flUfiafliAiMA necessary to right
IVieaiCine Hying and healthy
hodies. Hood's Sarsaparillais the great
blood purifier and the best Spring
Medicine. Therefore it is the great
cure for .scrofula, salt rheum, humors,
tores, rheumatism, catarrh, etc.; the
great nervine, strength builder, appe?
tizer, stomach tonic and regulator.
Is sold by all
six for $5. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.,
Lowell, Mass. Get Hood's and only Hood's.
MOOd'S PIUS Ukcn alter dinner aid digestion.
ship, it nothing more, ouaht to have re?
strained his greed in this instance. It Is
also stated that General Lougstreet is too
old and feeble to properly discharge the
duties ol railroad commissioner, being,in
addition to his other infirmities, almost
as deaf as a post. It is hoped there may
be yet some mistake as to the removal of
General Hampton and that he will be al?
lowed to hold the position.
The sentence of dismissal in tho case of
Captain Romoyn, of the United States
army, who was recently tried by a court
martial at Atlantn, Georgia, for striking
a brother officer and uttering disparaging
remarks concerning the hitter's wife, is a
severe one, but not much milder under
the circumstances than was to have been
expected, as the evidence showed him the
aggressor and proved also that he was a
man of unreasonable prejudices as well
as an ungovernable temper. It Is hoped,
however, on account of bis good record as
a soldier and his devotion to his daughter,
for whose sake he was led Into the mls
takts, that the President will modify tho
sentence so that he cau enjoy the bene?
fits of the retirement, to whloh he would
have been entitled but for his serious
lapse in discipline.
Ex-Postumster General Wanamakcr Is
a good judge of men and things, and cue
of the best business men in the country.
What he says about existing conditions
shculd have weight with men of all par?
ties, for all are agreed that he knows
what he is talking about. Here is what
he said in a recent address to business
men in Philadelphia:
"The couutry is not prosperous. Since
the outset of the last Presidential cam?
paign the party press and political leaders
generally Gxcd the November election of
1800 as the ?ate of the beginning ot good
times. A full half of the year has expired
since the wi'l of the Republican party
was declared. Thus far but one of the
important issues of the campaign is hear?
ing settlement, and hardly any noticeable
improvement of the wretched times is
manifest. The tide will soon set in
strongly against tho Republican party
unless the depression of business is al?
tered. Idleness and want breed a bitter
discontent, which will never be overcome
until there Is ample employment."
As might have been expected, Turkey 's
terms of peace with Greece arc exceed?
ingly heavy, being besides an indemnity
for losses and expenses incurred so far
.?50,000,000, nlso a demand that Thessaly
be annexed to the Ottoman empire The
band of Russia is observed in all this,
and a mitigation of'these exactions will
be difficult to obtain. With *a splendid
fighting machino of over hnlf a million of
men, the great assassin has, since the re?
cent victories of bis troops in the war
with Greece, assumed a tone of arrogance
that bodes ill to the pence of Europe,
unless he is allowed to have his own wnj
in the terms of peace. It is understood
that Germany will oppose his demands,
and as public opinion In England, Frnnce
and Italy is on the sWe *of Greeco, suffi?
cient pressure may be brought to bear
upon the sultan to effect a matc':u*A refluc*
tion in bis exactions toward his defeated
foe. A general European war, howe>er,
is by no menus impossible as the outcome
of the leceut Turkish victories, and
should the sultan decide to make it a
"holy war," so far as the .Turks are con?
cerned, there is no foreseeing the end.
One thiug has been clearly shown by the
prescpt conflict between Greece and Tur?
key, aud it is that the Turkish empire is
by no means in a moribund condition; but
that its rulers will resist desperately any
effort on the part of the powers to deprive
them of the power or prestige gained by
the courage anil endurance of their sol?
VIRGINIA ALL RIGHT.
According to the news from Washing*
ton the Democrats hare agreed for the
time being to bury their differences and
unite in a determined opposition to the
Republican tariff programme, which is so
oppressive to the great mass of the people
anil so much in the interest of trusts and
monopolies. Th's is a hopeful sign, but
it refers only to national politics. In the
various States, and especially in Virginia,
this year, the free coinage of silver will
be regarded as the paramount issue, and
as the o'd element comprises a very small
fraction of the Democratic party in this
State, it will cut no ligure in making the
platform or in the nomination of candi?
dates. Somehow or other, the idea has
been sent forth that Virginia Democrats
would follow the programme now an?
nounced from Washington as the national
policy. This is altogether a mistake.
The silver sentiment was never stronger
in Virginia than it, is at this time, and in
the selection of delegates to tho Demo?
cratic State convention the position of
the candidates upon the financial question
will be regarded by ihc voters as Hit test
of their fitness to represent them in the
State convention. If they have a clear
record in regaul to silver coinage, they
will be elected, and since this will be the
requirement as to the delegates to the
convention, it follows of course that in
the nomination of candidates for go v
ernor" and In Other State officers this test
will be most rigidly enforced. The pros?
perity predicted as a certain accompani?
ment of the election of McKinley seems
mure remote than ever, and conve-ts to
the doctrine of free coinage are being
added to tho columns of the opposition to
Republicanism in large numbers dally.
The people are convinced that good
times will only conic when silver has been
rehabilitated, and all the indications are
that from now until 1!KH) the success of
the opposition representing this principle
will be steady and continuous, ending in
that year in a sleeping victory that will
elect a ullver representative as President,
nnd return n heavy majority of men of
the same views to both houses of Con
THE AMENDE HONORABLE.
To tho Editor of The Times: I was ab?
sent when the card of Colonel Logan was
published in reply to my card of the 27th
ult., and I saw it for the first time to-day
through the courtesy of a friend. It
affords me pleasure to give Colonel Logan
credit for the full measure of his conten?
tion, and to the extent of the injustice
done him by my card. I gladly retreat.
However, it is not~so interesting to the
people whether we had or had not the op?
portunity to fight thelbuildlng nnd loan
association^ bill in its passage through
tho legislature us it Is how our worthy
representative voted on it. If he will en?
lighten us on that point Ve will bo duly
thankful. D. C. MOOMAW.
COL. MOSBY OFF-POR HOME.
Leaves in a Private Car Furnished hj the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway.
University of Virginia, May 18.?Col.
John S. Mosby left here this afternoon
lor his home In Warrenton, accompanied
by his family, In a private car furnished
as a courtesy of the Chesapeake and Ohio
railroad. He has regained much of his
former streugth, and Dr. Nelson thinks,
with the exception of the loss of his eye,
ho will be as well as before "the accident
In which he nearly lost his life.
During his illness hero tbo entire in?
firmary building of the university has
! been turned over to the use of himself
and family, nnd every attention possible
shown him by the university authorities.
GERMAN CREW IN REVOLT.
Judge Brown Advises the Captain to Use
Moral Suasion With Them.
Newport News, Va. May 18.?Capt. M.
F. Matzen of the German Steamship Ca?
tania to day appeared before Judge Brown
of the police court and informed his honor
that several members of bis crew were in
revolt. They refused to go to work anil
were otherwise unruly.
After a lengthy consultation with
Judge Brown Capt. Matzen decided to
try "moral suasion" a few hours longer
nnd said that if his men bad not become
subservient to his rule by tomorrow
morning he would swear out warrants
for the arrest of the offenders. The Can
tania arrived at this port Saturday for a
cargo of staves, but is to-night lying in
NECK BROKEN BY A CAR.
C. F. Woolford Fell Across the Track and
Was Crushed to Death.
Lynchburg, May 18.?A sad accident
occurred this morning in which Mr. C. F.
Woodward lost his life. For the past
week be had been driving an ice wagon
for Williams S: Barnett. This morning
he stopped his wagon on Fifth street nnd
leaving the team standing near the street
car trnck he eutercd a store on tho oppo?
site side of the street to solicit an order
for ice. Hearing a car approaching he
hurriedly left and attempted to reach his
horseB. In crossing the track he stum?
bled and feil. The car struck him and
passed over his neck .breaking it. He
CROWDED BOATS COLLIDE.
The Panic Stricken Passengers Escape
New York, May 18.?The Sound
steamer City of Worcester, "of the Nor?
wich line, and the fwrryVjoat Wyoming
collided in l?*st fiver at 8 o'clock this
morning. Neither of the boats sustained
1 sorious damage.
Each of the vessels carried a large num?
ber ot passengers, among whom a panic
Beyond a general Jconfusion and disor?
der, falliug over each other and the wo?
men fainting and the slight bruises re?
sulting, none wera'seriously injured.
WHEELS IN IIIS HEAD.
Lvnchburg. May 18? A young man re?
spectfully dressed but wild as a March
hare came in on last night's train nnd
signed the register at Hotel Carroll as J.
D. Litton, Pennington Gap. Va. He
stayed there last night, but this morning
went to a number of stores in the city
endeavoring to buy many thousand dol?
lars' worth of goods. He acted so ear?
nestly and without any attempt at fraud
that it was soon seen that be was not In
his right mind. Occasionally he would
tell his hearers that he had millions at
his back with which to buy goods, but
that Charles Broadway Rouss and George
Gould were after him. and he intended to
sue them. At the Uuion depot this af?
ternoon he was turned over to an officer,
and is now in a cell awaiting t>>e action
of the authorities.
TO FIGHT LABOR UNIONS.
Chicago, May 18?A ciusade against
sympathetic strikes in the building
trades has been declared by a combina?
tion of Chicago contractors, employers
and other ousiness men. A sevcro con?
flict with organized labor is feared before
the movement is ended.
Washington, May 18 ?Commissioner
of Pensions Evans is making an effort to
reduce what he regards as unnecessary
work in his oflice by the inauguration of
new methods which have ^saved .the ser?
vices of many employes.
THE BEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMA?
From the Fairhaven (N. V.,) Register.
Mr. .lames Rowland, of this village,
states that for tweoty-five years his wife
has been a sulTercr from Rheumatism. A
few nights ago she was in such pain that
she was nearly crazy. She sent Mr. Row?
land for the doctor, but bo hud read of
Chamberlain's Pain Balm ami instead of
going for a physician he weut to tins store
and secured a bottle of it. His wife did
not approve of Mr. Rowland's purchase
at first, but nevertheless applied the
Balm thoroughly and in an hour's time
,vns able, to go to sleep. She now applies
it whenever ahn feels an ache or a pain
and finds that it always give? relief. He
says that no medicine which she had ever
used did her as much good. The 25 and
50 cent size bottles for sale by H. C.
Barnes. ' He puts up prescriptions."
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to Cure. 25c. For sale by Chas. Lyle.
-LAROK ASSOHTMKNT ok II \TS'IS
-?SPUING AND BUMMKIt SIIAPK8.
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
After Many Discouragements They
Turn to Munyon.
Mrs. Ttacliac! Matthews, Shady Side.
Princess .*nne County. Md., pays: " I had
?severe pains In my left side under my
hrart, which frequently passed to my
right shouldrr. Several doctors endea?
vored to give mo relief, but wore unublo
to do so. 1 began using Munyon's Rheu?
matism Cur? and Nerve Curo and wns
immediately relieved, and in five days
nil the pnln left me, and I have had no
A separute euro for each disease. At
nil druBKlstn, mostly 2"> cents a'vial. Per?
sonal letter? to Prof. Munyon, 1,60? Aren
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., answered with
free medical advice for any disease.
Delegates of the Northern Church Will
Assemble nt Winona, Ind.
Philadelphia, Msy 18.?The one hun?
dred and ninth assemb'y of the Presbyte?
rian Church in the United States (North?
ern Church) will begin at the Winona
Assembly Grounds, Eagle lake, Kosciusko
county, Ind., May 21), and will probably
continue until May 31. The assembly
will be composed Of about six hundred
delegates, half of them ministers and the
other half ruling elders. The business
of the organization will consist of two
main lines of work, as follows:
I. The consideration of the annual re?
ports of the eight church boards. This
portion of the business will^take ,up the
sessions of five dayH.
II. Consideration of the reports of spe?
cial committees, the most important of
which are the following:
Powers of assembly and Presbytery in
the care nod licensure of candidates.
Voters at the election of pastors and
other church oflicers.
Conference with the board of home
Presbyterian building, New York city.
Methods of management of church tmn
With regard to tlio moderntorship, it is
stated that the candidates for the office
so lar announced aro Rev. Dr. Sheldon
Jackson, of Alaska; Rev. Dr. Henrf C.
M in ton, of San Francisco; -Rev. Dr. Rob?
ert F. Sampc, of New York, and Mr.
John Wanainaker, of Philadelphia. A
number of persons huvc "thought of nom?
inating ex President Benjamin Harrison,
but be has declined the honor on the
ground that he could not give the neces?
sary time to the duties of the moderator.
EXCITED CROWD IN COURT.
William Thomas and Nathan Powell Ar?
raigned, Guarded by Policemen.
Richmond, May 18.?William Thomas,
the negro who shot Polioemnn Minor
down early Saturday morning, and was
captured in the Chicahominy Swamps
in New Kent county that evening, was in
the police court today, together with Iiis
accomplice, Nathan Powell. Their cases
were continued until the 2.1th. The
would be assassin, who looks to be ,t mere
boy, was secretly taken from jail under
the guard of fifteen police oflicers, who
formed a circle around him in the court
room to protect him from attack.
The courtroom was densely pacKed, and
it was evident that there was a great deal
of suppressed excitement. Chief of Po?
lice Howard is keeping "the negro under
heavy guard at the jail until the feeling
dies down. Oflieer JMlnor is now out ol
danger, and there is hope of saving one
of his ryes, hut the other is entirely gone.
The reward offered by Mayor Taylor will
go to the three New Kent men who made
SOUTHERN COTTON CROP.
Washington, May 18.?The government
reports indicate au improvement in the
conditions of cotton in the Carolinas,
Georgia, Alabama and Texas. In Texas,
however, some damage has~resulted from
excesshe rains and insects. [Cool nights
proved unfavorable in Arkansas and Lou?
isiana, where stands are poor. Insects
caused the injury. Bad stands and coin
pliant.s of cut worms are reported in Ten?
MAY VOTE SOLIDLY.
Washington, May 18.?The Democrats
and Populists in the Senate are consid?
ering a plan to vote 'solidly so as to keep
Cuba before the Senate and thus sidetracK
the tariff bill until a voto shall have been
taken on the Morgan resolution.
BRYAN TO SPEAK.
New York, M?y 18.?Hon. Wm. .1.
Bryan has accepted an invitation to speak
here at the labor demonstration on Labor
Day, September (I.
"IT IS TBE 11KST ON EARTH."
Thar is what Edwards & Parker, mer?
chants of Plains, Ga., say of Chamber?
lain's Pain Balm, for rheumatism, lame
back, deep seated and muscuhir"npains
Sold by H. C. Baincs. "He puts up pre?
WHEN your horses need shoeing try J.
S. Shnnor, III'? West Salnm avenue. He
understands his business thoroughly.
If you once use it you will never again
be without it. Pond's Extract is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains.
Call and see our beautiful lj!20 and $2.)
parlor suites. Tbe E. II. Stewart Furni?
Bread,Rolls,Cinnamon Buns, hot overy
evening. J. J. Catogni.
A beautiful line of hammocks at from
T5c. to $i. The K. H. Stewart Furniture
3 ! AUGUSTA AROUSED.
Ladies Indignantly Protest Against a
Tho announcement thnt Col. E. A.
Buck, the Republican dispenser of federal
patronage in Georgia, has recommended
the appoiutmeut of a -.olored man named
Lyons tor postmaster at Augusta has
created unfavorable comment In that city.
Says an Augusta dispatch:
"There is absolutely no circle?com?
mercial, professional,religious or social?
in which there is not unanimous opposi?
tion to his appointment, as can be easily
demonstrated by reference to the protests
that aro cn Qlo with the President and
the 'Postmater General in Washington.
Protests hare been made in the form of
formal resolutions unuanimously adopted
by the Cotton Exchange and Chamber ot
Commerce, in the firm ot petitions,
slened by the leading ministers of the
city, taking the position thnt it would be
suicidal to the negroes' best interests in
the community, signed by ."the wholesale
merehants, signed by the iusuranco men
of Augusta, signed by the Retatl Grocers'
Association and various other organiza?
Two hundred Augusta ladies have
signed a petition to President McKinley
in which they Bay:
: "The mortifying Intelligence has been
brought to our attention through the pa?
pers of tho city that your excellency is
considering the name of a colored man for
postmaster at Augusta. We do not know
any tiling about the fitness of tho appli?
cant; wo only know that It .would be pe?
culiarly unpleasant to the white women
of this city whose business calls'theni to
the postoffice that a colored man should
be in cbargo thereof.
"We pray that your excellency may
consider the wishes of the wonen ^of the
city nnd *"ot place one of that race in
charge of the postofllce. This petition is
actuated by no desire to advance the In?
terests of any candidate, but simply to
add our prayerful request that this hu?
miliation iL ay not be put upon us."
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM |
President McKinley Urged to Enforce
Washington, May 18.?Great pressure
was brought to benr upon the President
for reform in certain branches of the
civil service, especially since the meetings
of the Senate committee of Inquiry. ?1
The main propositions as to the "re?
forms" demanded are the abolition of the
rule allowing the reinstatement of gov?
ernment employes without examination
only within a year from the "time ol the
removal from service; "the exception
from examination of all chiefs of divis?
ions, and superintendents:" the issuing
of a general order rescinding all exten?
sions of the classified service made 'since
Mr. Harrison's ndmiui.strntiou.
The President has given no Intimation
as to what course ho will pursue.
Offers an Amendment to the Tariff Bill
as to Treasury Reserve.
Washington, May 18.?Mr. Stewart, ol
Nevada, gave notice to-day, that he wish?
ed to offer an r.mendmeut to the tariff
bill which he asked to be read.
It provides that there "shall be at all
times a reserve fund of fifty million dol?
lars In the Treasury. Whenever the
available balances exceed the amount to
Invest the surplus in United States
banks; when less it shall issue legal ten?
der non-Interest bearing notes to be re?
deemable from the first surplus over fifty
If asked the question "Have you got a
stomach!-" it wonld be safe on general
princples, to ansver "Yes." But, if you
are sure of it, that Is, if you crer feel any
distress after eating or any pains of what;
ever description in the regiou of the stom?
ach, you hare got something more than
an ordinary stomach; In other words, yon
have got a diseased stomach. The stom?
ach is a powciful muscle, and the proper
remedy for a tired muscle Is rest. Try
the Shaker Digestive Cordial, for this
product not only contnins digested food,
which will nourish the system without
any work on the part of the diseased or?
gans, but it aids the digestion of other
foods as well. You can test It* value in
your case for the trifling sum of 10 cents.
Sample bottles at this price nre carried
by all druggists.
LAXOL is the best medicine for chil?
dren. Doctors recommend it in place ot
LEASE OF LIFE.
Given Murderer Dillard Rainey at Win?
Winchester, Ky., May 18.?The court
of appeals has given thirty 'days' respite
to Diilanl Rainey, 'who was to have been
hanged here (Saturday. The defense
claims that the trial of Rainey was not
just and the court^.of appeals a'ill hear
Rainey shot and killed Aaron Adams
in May, 18!)(i. His father, Matt Rainey,
is serving a life "seutence for complicity
in the. crime.?Cincinnati Post.
This nlan was arrested in Roanoke on
the third of last June by Officer Rigncy
and gave his name as Bud Johnson. ?
reward was offered nnd one-half of the
reward was received by"the officers here.
M'PHKRSON'S NARROW. ESCAPE.;
New York, May 18.?William Van
Aken attempted to shoot ex-Senator J.
R. McPherson, in New Jersey at his
office on Church street, this morning. He
was prevented by the opportune.interfer?
ence of W. T. Low. His escape was nur
low. Van Aken was arrested, but an ac?
complice escaped. It is supposed they
were after money.
The Westfield (Ind.) News prints the
following in regard to an old resident of
that place: "i'Yank McAvoy, 'or many
years in the employ of the L., N. A. & C.
Ry. here, says: "I have used chamber?
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem?
edy for ten years or longer?am never
without it in my family. I consider it
the best remedy of the kind manufac?
tured. I take pleasure in recommending
it." It is a specific for all bowel disor?
ders. ForsaiebyH. C. Baraes. "He
puts up prescriptions."
-WH are showing ix CloTII
-ixu andGents' Furnishings
-cause the people to buy
-where their interests ark
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
J. S. SHANER'S Kentucky horseshoe?
ing shop, H07 West Salem avenue, is the
plnce to take your horses when they need
And Now Comes
with its enervat- QnHfl Of
ing, depressing "^O
? effects upon the system. Nine
people out of ten are in at
broken-down condition at this
season on account of impuri?
ties in the blood. Boils, pim?
ples, and an incessant weari?
ness tell the story. A few
bottles of S. S. S.,
just now will thoroughly
cleanse the blood and reno?
vate the entire system. It is
the best Spring tonic, because
it is purely vegetable, and is
the only blood remedy guar?
anteed to contain no mercury,
potash, or other mineral sub?
stance. S. S. S. is the best
system-builder on the market;,
it imparts new energy and im?
proves the ap?
on S. S. S.
There is NotbinjrHalf as Goodl
For Good Health
KRelieves all Pain.
Controls all Hemorrhages.
Subdues all Inflammations.
The genuine is put up in bottles only,
enclosed in buff ivrapprrs. en which is
printed our landscape trademark.
Weak. Watery. Worthless.
Note our name on every label and wrapper.
Pond'. Extract Co., New York and London.
and all kinds of
Pains and Aches.
For nearly three-score years and ten
this famous old household friend has
been curing pains and aches, and has
never disappointed the user. It is
clean, pure, efficacious, agreeably
smelling and quickly actiug.
it is a
rich. spicy compound and
Cuts, Scalds, Sores, Burns,
Ulcers, Wounds, Erysipelas,
Skin Troubles, etc., Etc.
Price 25 Cents,
AT DEALERS AND DRUGGISTS.
or sent in quantity of 3 or more packages to any
address 011 receipt of money, by
Winkelmann & Brown Drug Co
baltimore, md., u. s. a.
Hates: $1 50 to $2. Elegantly Furnished.
Strictly First-Class in All
(.Formerly Hotel Lee)
Three Squares from Union Depot, Coit
nku Salem Avenue and Com?
Equipped with Modern Conveniences?
Steam Heat, Electric Lights, Elec?
tric l>ells, Nice Rooms, Baths
and Toilets. Polite, Prompt
LARGE AND COMMODIOUS SAMPLE
ROOMS FOR COMMERCIAL
D, Z. MERCHANT. Proprietor.