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THE ENTKBPKISE (WEDNESDAY,' MARCH". 5,1890.
ATEST : w-'. . w r Unseating of Mr. , West Virginia, IV r V' fi. is.; tV; 1'endletou, I By the House of Representatives Will Furnish the Basis for ft Salt at Law. ' bjr tho Ma r- : i Courta-Martlal for Army Navy Officers and The Coaatltotlonnllty of Speaker He -d's Rnllnte end tha Action of the Majority Will Th be Faaead Upon. REPUBLICAN LEAGUE. rnmaiM to 1m Followed ... tlona! Convention, Jf ASHTTM., Tenn.i March ,wThe Re publican League t'co.ivontlon wlU b oalled to ordw ftt noon Tuesday bj Major W. T. Watson, chairman ot the local executive committee, who will de liver an' address ot welaome anl Intro duce Hon. Q. N. TUlmann, who will make an address onb ihalf of the Repub licans of Tennessee. He will be fol- Abont Trled AMrmrt raeenal lowed by Colonel William Eelo. ot Knot- AtUBtloa Amon, roopie la the War aad vllle, and by George W. WlnsteiLi nvy Departmente. Judge Thurston, of NebraaVv president WAgHIN(1X0j( Maroh 8. Tbe neeuse- of the League, will respond on oenau 3( of orm,u on the pMt 0f rmy and Can Soirrbut Canoer be Cured f Tbls is a bard question to answer. Swift's Bpeciflfl has cored thousands of cases or bkm Dancer, and there has been many cases of scirrhns cancer reported cured by It. We do say (hat 8 8 8 Is worth a trial id any case or cancer. We Charred With Cruelty to Private Sol-1 fliers ana seamen. append a statement from Miss Green, of tenuis McFnrie TMlapoma, .:. ti ..'.' ' i n- i , - in 1884 1 bad a small lamp in my left breast, wbich proved to be a caucer. The first remedy 1 tried was to have it burned off. This did not core it, for shortly after wards it broke Oat again In a much worse form. 1 theji consulted our druggist, who advised me to try Swiit's Specific (3 8 8) and after taking aboct One dozen bottles. was completely cured, and my general The genuine MeFarland pill, eat the only iji asia WAiiingiao. it ouKMumarug store. ively ear oh roe le ana IWa, and WAinfiTov. March 3.-In nursuanoe Learne and the onvontlon wtit pro- Offloor to subordinates, as oharged hhh was greatly Improved. This has of the statement mode by Mr. Carlisle oel business. ; - " : ' . i the cawsof private Wild and the sail- been over sli years ago, and my cancer w a ... 4 Li.n s si tiao. n nfrniMi. ... . . . a.. t. .. reoentlv that the unseating of Mr. Pen dleton, ot West Virginia, will ooroe up in the courts, Mr. Pendleton says: "The action In turning mo out was clearly un constitutional. A member is unseated by the House and the quorum consists ot 106 members, not 163. There are two ways and two places in which the question of constitutionality can be brought up. Suit can either be brought In the Supreme Court or the Court of Claims. The proceedings oan be quo warranto in nature, and baaed on a call to the Sneaker to Show cause why he prevents me from exerolslng the privi leges of a member? "A auu- roc saiary can also be nteed. ' In either efeftt, the question for settlement will be whether the Speaker has a right to de- ' olare a membor unseated, without a quo- rttihfe.vi ' ( vn'11 '' Th1 iDeaiocrets say they will not bring1 suit" until Mr. Atkinson votes on some bill which becomes a law. and then . they will make the point that it Is un constitutional. The' Republican man agers are- perfoctly' solttaflod to make a ' test case ot the mittef. They claim they could have Jiai 4 quarum- voting when Mr. Pendleton was unseatod, but In or der (jo'dofclde the qanetton definitely they allowed Mr. Atkinson to take his ' sea oa 198 votes. " NAILED AT LAST. Amusement Hall has nen aeooraiea. board the United States steam- The convention will be in sohh.o two M have created a great days, transiting busln -ss durln? the ; . , f . . f and n,Ty 0iroles day. On both nlghtt mass meetings , bcrfl WUUln the next few weeks will be held for general speech makinr : m.r.i.i will nrobably be under by prominent orators. Durln the oon- . . Lieutenant Steele, of yentlontie visitors will b shown points ( wm 8nelUn?i Minn., for of Interest about the olty. The com-, ftnd irapruoning a private mlttees have arranged to lodge 1,503 UiM fof (g perform menial visitors, anl all preparations have bien completed with anaple tun is on nana. A SAKCAHTIO LilSCrEK. poakor Rnod's Boful - AtUnd a Ban qaot Hlvna by Kcntuektan Gallt Forth a Kaniiraai Raolr. -LocisviM.it, Ky., March .-The fol lowing lottr was sent last nlbt to ReprcsonUUve Caruth. of Kentucky, by Jay F. D irham, president of the Blue Grans Club ot Louisville, in reply to Bpoaker Reed's declination to attund its first dlnnor, in whloh be gsve as his reason fea's of being klllsd: '.'Your tolngram announcing Speaker Reed's declination to attend the Blue Grass Club dinner has boen received. Please aay to the Bpoaker that every assurance will be given him that be will not be killed on bis first visit, though, in eatt be should deoide to die out here, special attention would be paid to keep ing his grave gre. This could easily be done by burying him beneath the blue grass." LOST THEllt HEASOX. loom Mao Who 8klppd Oat With His Flaaeo's Woalth U ArreiUd aad the ' Money Roeovorod. Buffalo, N. Y., Maroh 8. Ros Car ter, a telegraph operator from Cincin nati, has been arrested here, charged witn aosoonaing wnn ., -s . .. ,- of that llloet Blg. to the lady to whom he was engagea vo - ai marry. All out eiuu o. u,0 mu..j w ..,.-,- who were .ufT-rlng from lnssnlty of the wildest and most aflllctlnff character. They have lost Attand inr Upon Moatlno Conduatad by ChrUtUn Kolenoa Advocator KetulU In Threx Hlleri Borvmlna lnno. Bu)oni!aTON, I1L, March 8. Satur day night officers arrived from Say- brook, this county, naving in cushxij All but tlOO of the money was found In his valise. Carter offered vol untarily to return, and be and two de tectives left lor Cincinnati oaturaaj. Carter armeo in uwns. 0Bducted by tdT0Cate. .nd disci- after Thanksgiving and he. been learn-. J doctrine of Christian science, lna the trade of a printer. He was en- P' ' . their reason from attendance upon meet- gaged to Miss Anna Allen, living at Hamilton, O., and all preparations had been made for the weddrng. Miss Allen had $10KX), and the day before Thanks giving she drew 88,000 from the bank and turned it over to Carter for safe keeping, and he fled with It the night before the woddlng, leaving bis wed ding salt on his bed. A EnlUrt With Conrnf. I Dai vox. HI.. MarebS. Rev. Parker Sniolds, a young evangelist engaged in " revival work at Mntcalf, a village twenty-five miles southwest of this olty, . nas aroused the dislike of many of the people there. He has been lnsultel on the street and has recolved letters threatening him with a coat ot tar and feathers if be did not leave the place. He is now holding meetings guarded by , - a number of armed men whom be oalled to his assistance and declares that be will not be driven away. BuploloBS of fool Play. PniLAKBLPBiA, March 8, A man sup nosed to be Rev. Father Petor Feron, ot Baltimore, died in the Penn hospital in this city yesterday under olroumstances whloh lead the authorities to believe that he was foully dealt with. The body was badly bruised and the coroner will hold an Inquest, Papers found on the dead man's person showed hira to have been connected with the Jesuit Ins tl tu tu teat Frederick. Md. He was about thirty-three years ot age. ProinluM to bo a Rooaatlonat Trial. pABKKimnuBO, Vf. Va., Maroh 8. Pannra wore filed Saturday in the di vorce proceedings of Mrs. Ida Smith agalnHt her husband, Rev. James Smith. Smith is one of the leading Baptist mln iators of the State and has been in th ministry ovor thirty years. Ills wife is Youni and handsome. From the nature of the evidence to be presen will be highly sensational, Tha married sister was the first to em brace the new doctrine and was soon joined by her sisters. All the efforts of their relatives to control them proved futile and It became necessary to put them in the county jail. CAUGHT IN A BLIZZARD. ParUoa Joarnoy of Traveling Bnloawaa and Coroinlon Aeroti Orooa Bay. GiiF.KS Bat, Wla., March 8.-WU1 French, a traveling salesman for Self, Schwab A Co., of Chicago, left Marinette for Sturgeon By Thursday afternoon in oomplny with Charles Angarrow, a driver. Their conrse lay across Green Day. On the afternoon and night of Thursday a fierce bliiiard prevailed. the snow falling In a blinding cloud and the wind blowing a gale. Frenoh and his driver arrived here Sunday in an exhausted oondltlon. They spsnt two nights on Green Bay, one on Squaw Island and the othor on tbe loo. Drnnkea Bproo Pollowad by Cremation. Johssonbubo. Pa., March 8. Martin O'Malley and Peter Faley were burned . to death here Saturday niffht. O'Malley, who was a laborer, did odd jobs about town. He lived In a little shanty which w.i located near the railroad track. Tbe two men mentioned were on a apree. C'Malley and Faley repaired to the shanty about ulne o'olock in the evening and retired. During the night one of the men, while yet under the In fluence of liquor, must have turned on more gas. The over pressure set fire to the building and burned 't to the ground, togother with Its occupants. Won 400 nnd a Chaniplooalilp Modal. Mieafoms, Minn., March 8. Axel Paulsen and Uuirh J. MoCormlck skated n ten-mile race yosterday at White Bear side ana the worm s serv os for hl-n. and the other trying Commander MoCalla, of tbe navy, at ItrnnkWn. for cuttlnr down with his sword a sailor for a breach of naval regulations These two oases oomlng so close together have attraoted unusual attention. Even In departmintal circles, where tbe cases have been topics ot conversa tion, it Is not an unusual thing to hear the practice of cruelty by army and navy officers roundly denounced. Brutality on the part ot offlonrs, it la maintained, is not at all necessary to tna proper en force nt of discipline. Jn theoaseof Lieutenant Steele, General Crook Is now preparing a court-mirtlal for his trial, nmcltiiu tha ease of Commander Mo Calla, of the Enterprise, bas not been called to the attention of Secretory Traoy, but as soon as it la the Secretary will doubtless follow the example of SBcretarv Proctor and order a courts martial to ascertain all the facts In tbe case. Private advices received here re specting the two cases mentioned cor roborate the newspaper accounts which have been publlshel about the m. THE "WIZARD" DEFEATED. Unit Hair of tho Billiard -Tournament Knds In a Victory for Nlbtaoa Orar Rehaefer. Naw York, March 8. The last regu lar game ot the big billiard tournament Saturday night attraoted an Immense crowd to Chlokerlng Hall. The players wore "Wizard" Schaefer and "Oentle man Georire" Sloason. The betting waa heavy, with Schaefer allghtly the favor ite, though most of the money had been laid at even odda. The bouse was very enthusiasts and every brilliant play was groeted with deafening applause. Hlosson won after an exciting game, by 600 to 818. The tie betweon Daly, Ives and Catton will be played off aa soon as a suitable hall can be engaged. Tbe entire tourna ment has been a success In every par ticular. The remaining half ot the tournament will be played In Chicago, beginning April 8. ' bits never appeared since, nor hss It troubled me in any way. I can cheerfully recommend Swift's Bpecldc (8 8 S) to any one suffering with cancer. Miss T. E. Green. Tallapoosa, Ga. We will mall our Treatise on the Blood to any who send us their address. Tub 8wm Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga "HACKMETACK." a lasting and ragrant perfume. Price25 and 60 ct . Statement of Rev. Thos. Ballinger ... ' ur USHAIAIUSA, IUWA, In tha fall of lot)7 my attention was called to tbe medical pamphlet published by the Rheumatic Syrup Co., of Jackson, Mich., advertising Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup. ' Tbe . Ingredients composing tbe remedy and known to be of itrvat medical merit, led me to believe tbe remedy a good one and I bought six bot tles. 1 had a soreness In my stomach and sides and a spinal affrctlon which threat ened paralysis. ' I applied two plasters ex tending from my stomach to my slues which I wore for a month. 1 never found any medicine which gsve me so much relief. 1 recommend Hibbard's Rheu matic Syrup and Plasters ss remedies of great merit, and, I think, tbe greatest of tbe age For sale by E. W. Adams. to be had at Dr. This medicine will noiltl iDlUnimatory rbeumaileta and nearaUl cnroait malaria. ietu. sick neaaacn all dfsxaies of the liver and kldnera. Wi altaeure catarrh, acrofdla. salt rheum and all dlaeaees eauaed by I pare blood.' It la one of tba beat blood and liver remedies known, purl (riai the blood, oroatlax a healthy aetlnn of tha liver and kldueya, hence It eradicates tboSa diaeaaes from the eyatem. Thone who utter with any of these diaeaaes have only to try lorthaineelvee to be convinced ot Ita great merits, livery box guaranteed. Price 1100 oer box. or all for Ba. Flltv days treatment In each box. Be cure you ret the genuine, nrnnu-1 lanturad only by Dr. C. H. MoParhtnd.Olierllii. Ohio, and aold In Butler by Ueorge Kelirer. drum at. hiiou a an oi order direct trom Dr.C. H. Merarland.Oherlln. where all ordera will receive prom lit attention. Hend two J-cent atampa for sample box free. Hewsre ot a fraud la uenea. unio. Naw LnannM.O.. Aur. let. 1889. Dr. fi. R. MnParlanit.Otutrlln. O.i Una Bin 1 Incloae vou money Mr wnicn pleaaesend me three boxea n( your excellent Dliia. wo can naraiy seep nouse wunnut them. Addreas mo here aa I am here tempo rarily. Kespectruiiy. . n&v. n . p. rnnnii. Formar pastor M. E. Church, LaUmuge. 0. Sold obIt la WeUlastoa, by Sr. J- W. Honchtoa. SboaM any one Smiiw, they eav 't aireci iron ton IMt reoruary ana tba Doctor atoberlla Chamberlaln'i Eye and Ekm Ointment. A certain eure tor Chronic flora Eves TeftM. Salt Rlit-iitii. ftalilRiae Old Ch i onic Sores, Ft-ver Si r s Kcre ma. Itch, Prairie rcrsubo, 8- re Mly pies ai d tdli s. It Is toolliig and soot. inp-. ' Hundreds of caM hav ta iurl by It aftr all eiher trcsiment lisd lallHd. y6ild 80 cent In e fo. sale by Fred D felt Drueaim. utitrit RECTAL 0 lSEASES Dr. A. E. Elliott's Method of KECTAL Treatment PERMANENTLY CURES Piles, Fistala in Ano, Fisnare in Ano, rrunti8,or itching piles ana uectei ulcer without the Enifn, Ligature or Cautery., Dr. C. H MuKarland. Akron. O. Thla U tbe tela. brated mrdlclne delivered to tliecltlirnl of Wellliuc- I ton IMt reoruary and neietofore only bean aold ay I ifii btnrtoa. .... , TWe for S400 a ted the trial championship medal hold by Paulsen. MoCormlcK caugnt rauiaon vnrj i tha ran and doirired him until the Klnaald-a Victim Hooovorlne;. fce ipirte4 ,J won the WASinxoTox, March 8. Ex-Congress- r&ce by about one.third of a mile. Time man Taullieo Is reported In a fair way g7-0O Abont 8,000 people were present, to recovery. The bullet Bred by Kin- oald and which struck Taulbe. near the I T'. VOIAIMUUB, vy., lua.uu O'Shane and S. W. lloptonaur quar- outer edge of the loft eye and passed downward two lncbos, Is not doing any harm and has not been romovea. Kin cald was brought to the police court Saturday and sat at liberty nndor $3,000 ball.- .! - , . , ' Wtll dpea I'p a Now Conntry. , 6t.'Favu Minn., March 8. -The aura veyors for tho Groat Northern railroad have made a discovery whloh will revo-, luUonlze railway travel in tho North west. The discovery consists of a brtak It tho Rocky Mount tins near Mary's Fork, which thus opens the way into rich aad fertile country through whloh no road has ever ponetrated. ,; , t . ' " Earlleat Trip on Booord. , j ' ClevMiAUD, Maroh 8. -The steamer ,. City of Cleveland arrived in this city" Saturday evening, having made the trip from Detroit tn six and one-half houra, ; In fair weather and without trouble, re eordlngtheearllost trip on record.' She carried a fair amount ot merchandise and About fifty passengers and enoountored no snow worth mentioning. . ' ' " Oldeat roatal Kmploye Dying. I Baltihobb. March 8. Mr. James Lawrenson is ill with pneumonia and dying at his residence In this olty. . Mr. iiwrenson ie the oldest postal employe In the United States, both In point of years and service. Ue is eighty-seven years of age. He la now In the scventy firat year pfjils postal service. , ? ' gioO.OOO LoeS by ITlro. ' St. Joi'ii,Mi.. March 8 -Tho wholo sale boot an4.ahoe establishment of Noycs, Norman & Co.; one of the largest in the West; was consumed by fire about four o'clock bunday afternoon. Total , )om to stock and hntldlnr abwt 100 vnorfuitywtiM- o.ju ua uw. reled yesterday at a Rich etreot board ing house, when O'Shane whlppod out a long knife and fatally cut Ileptenaur in tbe lung. The vlotlm wll not recover. O'Shane was arrested and is In prrlson, claiming he committed the act In self Violent Storm la Gotham. New Yobk, Maroh 8. The heaviest snowfall of the season, accompanied, ty a high wind, has prevailed here since last night and shows no signs of abate ment A large number of serious acci dents, resulting from falls on the side walks are reported from the various po lice stations and hospitals. The anow at midnight had pretty effectually blocked the street cars and even ele vated trains were impeded. On the Brooklyn bridge the trainmen and po lloemen were exposed to the fury of the ntorm and suffered severely. The ferry boats were compelled to proceed with great care. Wire M order and Hulrlde. Stii.lwatkr, Minn., March 8. August Oroth murdorod hla wife Ilortha last avnnlnir and then committed suicide, razor being used In each case. 1 Grotb left a note Indicating that yesterday hla wife confessed to Mm that In 1883 at Hommorn. In Germany, a policeman had seduced her, while ahe was the wife ot Groth and he was here trying to make berahome. No othor explanation for the murder and aulcide or double aul olde was given. It looks as though the deed waa mutually agreed upon. Cheekmntod tho Brotherhood. ' St. Louis, March 1 President Von der Ahe has secured another lease for Sportman'a Park for a number oi years and In so doing claims to have given a serious blow to the movement here in Khaif of the Brotherhood. The Broth erhood men have been trying to get tbe grounds. They will now be compelled to go to great expense in fitting up a park at a distance from the business center. ' 8111 LOU'S CURE will Immediately re'lr-ve Croup, Whooping Cough, and ronchltls.; A Strange Case. Hud Mrs. II A Gardner, of Vistula, Ind. lived two thousand years ago she wonld have be n thought to be possessed by evil spirits. She was subject to nervous pro, tratioo, hesdache, iizziness, backache, palpitation and forty to fifty snasms a day. Tbnagb having been treated by eight physicians tor years without success, sbe was permanently curea oy one noitie oi Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. A trial bottle of Ibis new and wonderful medi cine and a finely Illustrated treatise free at E W Adams' Drug store, who recom mends and gimrantees it. ARE YOU MADE miserable by In digestion, Constipation, Dizziness, L"aS of Appetltr, Xellow Hkinr niinon Vltaliaer 1 a positive cure. Hibbard's THROAT AND LUNG DAI.8AM GIVES INSTANT REULK Rhkimatic SyhupCo.. Jack on, Mich. Uents: I have usml your Throat and Luna rtslssm in my family durinir tbe past winter and find it tbe best remedy that we have ever need. It gives instant relief. .-dUeorge Conner, Jill Boulh U Street, Oskaloosa. Iowa, John F. Cochran, of Slgourney, Iowa, says bis wife used Hibbard's Rheumatic and Liver rills lor sick neaoacue, auu they entirely cored her. Hibbard's Rheumatic Syrup aod Liver Pills are remedies of great merit. We lake pleasure In recommending them. John W. Ellis Druggist Slgourney, Iowa. For sale by E. W Adams.- Cbvaata, asd Traaa-aarka obtained, aad aU Pat ent baalnaaa eoodoctaa nx moomT r... Ous Ornet te Oreosrry I ana we can aacare w Uon. We adrlaa, If patenuble or not. fray of cbargo. OarfaaaotdaeUnpaMnaaeoreo. A PameMtrr. "How to Obtain PmUnU," wiUi tuwMa of actoaY tilenu la you Btau, couiitj, ot town, sent Ireo. Aoaraaa, C. A. SNOW & CO. oee Pattmt Omet. Wasnimstoh, D. C Whs Greatest Blttd KNOWN. Tfci.n. nnMHadtMnilla the. ehenueetand bent. lfiioaeao u t i ti r'nr v ita a I mv lemtnanj 3 WHY WILL YOU cough when Shl- loli's Cure wilt give Immediate relief. Frio locU. 60crs.ana si. EMORY IsOMWMi ml auisiTw. ' - one cant a does. It will cur the ft woratcaaesot tain aiaoano, a ennauia tnmuie on in iwrw to that awful dfeafe Scrofuta.. SULPHUR BITTEKS ta the lieat metUfdna to ana In Si naaea of auch atnbborn androer Kid Uoep aaated dlaoaass Xwwneyiarcont not evur take of order. Vtr a BLUI PILLS MunTtwT h noriBCTTirry.Biey aimoean- n ilrk.no i v Pltu-oa vmir trnak Inm ' n. IISULFHUBBITTKUS, llmwtWoeemmada.jjlpp JilUrll "IsyorIgMratod . M u wlUiayellowaucayf "m T, n breath foul awlari iSat on yir boca. oirenalTe t Totirb. gel laorne at once, U atomach Is omw1ll cure you. Suloliur of order. UarBluersls slhe Invalid'i Friend. lmmeillatelyrheyotnig, the aged and to. a yoiir tr-teringare aw. u.n.n.u Ine Uilck.Uanao. Kememlier what yon ropy, ctofnuX here, it may aa yuu, nifv. oriife. It has aaved haodreds. A 5 AT . wjital and weak ,,r autlt'rlng from the cxrwwa or youthr If ao, bUU'UUU euro jou. Rectal Ulceration i the moat dan erous of all rectal maladies owiug to itH underraiuing the Bys tem belt r ita victim realize their danger, tbe absence of pain being due to the scarcity of nerves in 1.1. .... . m At " . portion oi tne rectum moetlv afflicted. Symptoms of Rectal Ulcer Fain or weaknees acrohn Jowei Cortion of back, often referred to idney troubles, burning in rectum after etoo), itching about anuH, at. tended with a tuoiRture canned bj discharge from ulcer, coriRtipation i: i .si eouir!umB atteiiaeu wnn speus oi diarrhoea, finally resulting in chronic diarrhoea, when the disease is almdst beyond cure, but if not too long neglected may yet be cured ; mucous and bloody dis charge from rectum, soreness through bowels extending te stomach causing dyspepsia ; in females frequently vaginal and u- tenne inflammation reuniting in leucorrhcea and ulceration, tiend to Lodi, O., for descriptive pamphlet. Examination and Consult tion FKEE. a b o a n Try's Bottle To-day I Ivi WILL BB AT American House f Wellington, U. Fromlla.m.to3p.m. ' Third Thursday in each mont ' Rnlaed by Bpaenlstlon. FLAl!iriei.t), N. J., March 8. John L. Spencer, a well-known farmer of Somer set Conntv. has dlsaDiiearud from bis home and startling Irregularities have tTmPhony ooncerta tn Amerloa, Hnrlal of Prominent Moalelan. i Baltimoiib, Maroh 8. Tho remains f Prof. Charles Lenschow, who died on Thursday last, were Interred Sunday at Loudon Park Cemetery. The death ot Prof. Lenschow marks a period In the history of muslo, not only In Baltimore, i.,,t in tha United States. lie came to Baltimore forty yeart eo at the leader of the first orchestra that ever gave THE REV. OKO. II. TUAYEB, of Bourb n, Ind.. ssys: 'K..tb lt-e owe o.ir liven to 611ILOH'S CON SUMPTION CURE." - Dr. CMcLane's Celebrated LIVER PILLS WILL OURS I A fam rtnaaa faken at the rlahttlmel I will often eavo a tevero spoil of I sickness. Price only 29 cenw any drug store. Be aure anaseo KM nB ft MeLANE'S CELE- Etua f" ""T m-t w-mt I BRATED LIVER fills, rim- c . . n, uninoi lo A. f.Onlway Cov. BoeWo. kUae., for beat medical work pubUahed Bnr kirn's ArnlraNalrs Tho beat salve Id the world fr ra bru'sca, sure, uloers, suit rli ui, lvei sores letti-r, clin)il hands. rlillhUina cin and all akiu eruptiona and wiMva I rnr. Dilra or DO pay reO'l'mi II i (rnsrnnleHl logive porrfcr saialstln. oi miwri rt'tuudnd. Prire 25 cuo's r Wnr ts'nla Ilk WlXWlaf 6V Adme. 'ovl rtToK"nBnA f a "OTtJJSS BWJPJ Ttrm 5 Kjun dianamred In his bujTnoss and per onal aoooonts. Speculation Is supposed to have caused his downfall. . Dlehoneet ontolnle Arroatod. Nbw Yoiik, March 8. Tbe Brooklyn supervisors against whom the grand Jury found Indictments cbarglnj them with allowing, auditing and approving false and franiulent claims against the county of Kings, werearrejted Saturday and re leased on iS,0O0 ball each. , ' Morton'a Trip to the Booth. I Cbablestoh, S. C, Maroh 8. Vice President Morton and party arrived hare jesterday. Mayor Bryan and a commit tee ot the Vanderbllt Benevolent Asso ciation met them and ounductod tbetn to Da ith of Ea-Oovornor Kagllah. Nbw Havbs. Conn., Maroh 8. Ex Governor James Edward English died ...tArdar in hU seventy-eighth year. Ue bad been ill for some week with pneumonia. Mr. English waa promt- nent in tne poiiuon m m aw, ISflT enjoyed the distinction of being the only Demooratio Governor in the United Statee. He leaves a large for tune to hla widow and son. Stabbed to the Heart by a Playmate. Vicbsburo, Mlsa., Maroh 8. Fred Jacobs, aged sixteen, the son of a proml ..nt mnrnhant. was sUbbed to the heart Sunday by Ellis Adams, same age, and died almost instantly. Tho boys were iMn RRftft.. Pittsburah. Pa., Oft the box.' Hono othor is ueniune. Use IVORY POLISH to the Tooth,! Paavoias tub jisxatb. John Gilpin's Elde It Is evident from the speed attained by John Gilpin's horse tbat It was well carwi for, aod all owners of live stock should exercise caution and csre by having a reliable remedy at band. Veterinary Carbohsalve cures, cuts, wounds, bruises, n liar and aaooie esns, sorea iub... Tor Sale br A. J.W oaham a Bona. W AKent City Market, nnmitfi wm,- la the best place in the city togetstrictlvNo.lMeata, aad SauBage Fresh and Salted. . Meat always clean. Attention alwa given. PncnaVwaysfair. FRED ABBOTT. Sueoessorto WHITNEY & ABBOTT , Carpentei Block. WeIlInto,0 It beau 100,000 limes, and tnrcea .v.n,..lmloii Hotel. After breakfast A .k. .i.M.Ua u annlilnntal. I luiwn. It beat Mr. Mofton attended St Mlohael'a P , lmJ!i nen-kalfe anl I the blood at the rale of 168 miles, a day. church and was driven aoont tne civy, Btoaaor aad 00 I.lvae kat. , I nir d m u.UlinK Froat. Savannah, Oa., March k. A light mow fell here Sunday morning, the first anow tall for many year. Ioe in.r Kattirda nllht and vegetation generally la blighted. The damage to Irnok garden eropa can not u yet be ea- Mmtt?l, nnt is vjry isrT Don't Experiment. Tou cannot arlonl ' m tl-ne In experlmen'lng when your liiits n In I 1 I - fVn.niiitiMnn Mlttf awAlllB.ltl acratcbes, thrush. loflsmmBtlons and mil nntonl, n co),. i. n .i ih-himi a abrasions of the skin and diseases ot tne . l)ID,m .,,, s i , Mnt feet of horses and cattle quicaertnsn an, i h m)ti(ti)n (lf ,)r other remeay. ana istneouiy HrH''"" - tilscnvrry for Cnnnimnt .hi. rmiyiit- that Invanabiy renews tne nair t tn(, bl, ,,. , d, , i , , original color. It Is endorsed by jay i. jje,.,, ., ,, r,,ri EyeBee sonversDa oy P"""'" 7,, U ,e maV tell yon lie li s -o... il.l.e men eetieralv. . Larre cant 1100 Small . r. cans W cents. " twd ceWtxI.hnt In-lat nnn ger-MgD Marvelous Endurance. Kh.g'sNew DUcyer. .. , i, , wanwvw f. . . . . I ntwl t (five rell"' In a'l Tin-at Th vast amount ot moor nreiormeu uj i . ,n.i t.ii i. tbe heart in aeening ail rn.m. . . - ..., druif More- j,.. body sopplled With blood is not genwniiy . - Loiinoif. Maroh 8.-Newa has Just ..f.h hue to the effect that the Bdttlsh steamship Quetta, which sailed frnm Cooktowfl. Queensland, Kebrnary 81, tor London, foundered at sea, Ihe number ot pple that went down Wit alia steamer is said to be nearly S00, DIUUU viiej raid ui iw iuiiw, MV bicb Is 8,000,000,000 times and 8.150,8fi0 mllea In a life tlma. Mo wondet there are ao many heart Failures. . Tht Aft .vmnhima are ahortnoaa of breath When exercising, pain In the side or stomach, flntbrrinff. choklni in throat, oppression. then follow weak, hungry or entdtherlnf spells, swollen ankles, ale. Dr. Franklin Miles' New Heart Cnrf Is the enly re liable remedy. Sold by E, VV. A Isms. SICK HEADACHE. T.nnan'B Red Clover Fills Cure Sick Headache, Pyx-els, tndliieetlon Constipation: hoc per not; Tot sale by Fid Felt. ' ! T miairs caTaruh bemedy. a positive cure for Catarrh, Dlphtber an tanner-a "iiu. ilLESS Sclantlftc, Common Sanas Treatmant for filca, and lldlaeaaaaoftha K actum . uaeel kouaorugaTuro. a..f iiwnni. with tha patlenfe ordinary dntlaa no practically palnleee. f A. at. to 1:30 r. m. L U D. HI DSOSI, 1H. D," AI ATWATF.H BLDCCLETELAIID. t Loose's fi d Clover Pi'e Remedy." a nooliive -ieclric lor an forms of the disease Blind, Bleellnr, Itching, VV v. rii, and wrnaimg riiea. it ice aw . foe sals by Fred Felt. . . ,-A ... CIDillti P?.ESEWATIVL AtowroawlUrlatweAaid MotrlHMne prtfparatloa w tor arraatltif temnantatinej, eoahilng one to have -rtAvaiariiluit elder Uie year around. IlwWenor . tho market at yearn, era at Indoraad or tuou -' aadawnohaTauiMdit. Jlih'roi(blyoliuiaa,aa4 -liMrta ao Hea ta-ta. 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