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QIXiWiK WAKHEN', t'libllslicr. UICKMAN. KENTUCKY 1 MAY bW I Mon. Tue. Wed'Thur. Frl. "12" 15 16 17 T8"l9" 2 23 225 26 29 30 31 1 14 20 27 t It H:f:iFii:F:fTTifiT CURRENT TOPICS. new labor were formed In New York stnte in lbOS. The Federal Steel Co. is to build two modern blast furnaces at South Chicago, 111. The Koanc Iron Co., of Chattanooga, Tcnn., Is to build a new blast furnace at Rockwood, Tcnn. The Immigration laws of the United States hare been extended to Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippines. London's record ofdeathsby violence was 3,514 last year, belnp 124 above the average of the preceding 10 years. Queen Victoiha has ordered Sir John Lubbock's 100 best becks. Theyjvcrc cent by special messenger to Osborne. Twenty-two million bottles of champagne arc drunk annually in the world. A Khchns dealer keeps 9,000,000 in re serve. A live lizard was found comfortably settled in a cash register which had been shipped from the United States to London. Cloth is now beingmade successfully from wood, and is said to be as flexible, toft, durable and susceptible to dyes as other fabrics. Havana municipal taxes are to hereafter be collected in American currency or its legal equivalent in Spanish or foreign gold coin. A syndicate, headed by Warner 'Miller, has obtained an option at 1,-000,000 on the famous Candclarra mine at San Dimas, Mcx. The fierce crusade against tobacco cigarettes in London has developed the lea cigarette, which is particularly patronized by woman. A fikm of glass dealers at Cincinnati brought suit under the anti-trust law against the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. for 820,000 damages. Nine tons of pennies arc taken from the London slot machines each week, -the firm which runs the "mutoscope" werat;lng 83,500 alone., . c Varito, (believed to be the last Yaqul Indian in California, is dead. lie was 108 years of age, according1 to the record kept in pioneer days. Rkla Kittuidok, of liclfast, Me., holds the world's record for fine writing, having succeeded in placing 40,003 words on an ordinary postal card. The United States Worsted Co., with a capital of 70,000.000. has incorporated at Trenton, N. .7. Will seek to combine all the New England interests. Tim, heart of a vegetarian beats on an average, 58 to the minute; that, of the meat cater 72. This represents a difference of 20,000 beats in 24 hours. U. S. (iitANT, Jit, of California, resembles his famous father not only in face and figure, but in voice and in a thousand little mannerisms and traits. Rio iik Janeiro is, next ,to Hucnos Ayres, the largest city of South America, It has 700,000 inhabitants, nnd ISucnos Ayres claims about 100,000 more. Senator II anna is said to employ five stenographers merely to answer the letters of persons who think they to have an ofllce and that he oupht to get it for them. Lord Salisuury once handled a pick nd shovel. During the great Australian gold craze he set out as a gold hunter, nnd the hovel in whlc.i he lived as u rough, miner is tit ill standing. Thkrk arc three states in which the colored population is in excess of the white Louisinna, white, 0.18,3m, colored, 500,102; Mississippi, white, 544, by, colored. 744,74'J, South Carolina, white, 4C2.008, colored, 069,141. Cumiikw.ani) furnace, of the liuffalo Iron Co., at Cumberland Furnace P. O., Tcnn., which has been out of blast since 1683, is expected to be blown In about June 1. The weekly capacity of the furnace will be about 275 tons of charcoal pig iron. There is a rule in Vienna theaters prohibiting curtain calls, but on the occasion of llerr Sonnenthnl, once playing a favorite part, Krnperor Joseph himself aroc In his box and for the evening abrogated the decree, with the result that the nctor wa called 42 times before the curtain. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. proposes to erect a SI, 000,000 steel bridge fccross the Potomac at Washington, nnd also a new station In that city. The contemplated improvements will cost from 55,000,000 to 50,000,000, and will give employment to a very large number of building mechanic's in all branches. Cold water is the greatest stimulant known to the medical profession, possessing more lusting power than the trongebt brandy. It has been known to brii.g thu pulse up to 100 from 70 in a few minutcb' time. Mjsa Ellen Ul'rm.ett, a young American, is said to have purchased the Pompcilan palace, In Paris, built by Prince Jerome Iionnpartc, with the intention of turning it into a restaurant during the Paris exposit'.jn. Tin: blast furnace of the Iron Co., at Poughkcepsle, N, Y will be put in operation is soon as repairs are iinisncJ. The f tack has occu idlr niece 1600. SHE'S INNOCENT. The Jury Declares Mrs. licorge Not Guilty of Gcorco Siixtou's Murder. Mrs. (Ipnrce Took Kuril iluryimin by the Uiiml mid Thanked llltu lie1lita Iterrlted the Hearty Congratulations of thr Crowd. Canton, O., April 29. At 10.27 a. m. Friday the jury In the case of Mrs. Anna George, on trial for the murder of George D. St.xton, tiled into court and announced their verdict, which was "Not guilty." lie fore the verdict was read the court cautioned the audience that there must be no demonstration. In spite of that there were loud cheers us the clerk read the verdict of "Not guilty." A score of women rushed to Mts. George nnd shook her hand. Congratulations were also extended to her attorneys. She worked her way to the jury box, tooK each juryman by the hand and gave them a word and a nod of thanks. Then the court said she was discharged, and released the jury. Mrs. George remained in the court room for some time after the verdict was announced, acknowledging the congratulations of her friends. She then went to the Hotel Conrad, a block from the court house, in company with Mr. and Mrs. McElhenry, her cousins who have bjen with her during much of the hearing and at 12:45 was eating dinner with them at tho hotel. The jury was out just 23 hours and 45 minutes and during that time 22 ballots were cast. The interval between these ballots was spent in reviewing the case and discussing its various phases. After the jury reported, it was said that the first or preliminary ballot was taken at 12:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, or a half hour after they had been closeted in the jury room. This ballot showed four jurymen favoring a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree and eight jurymen for a verdict of "not guilty" or acquittal. As the story goes, the second ballot was taken at 2 p. m., and resulted the same. This was also the result of the third ballot, taken 45 minutes later at 3:15 o'clock. The fourth ballot was taken and the result is said to have been two for guilty in the first degree and seven not guilty, one for second degree and two for manslaughter. At 4 p. m. Thursday the fifth ballot was taken with eight for not guilty and four for manslaughter. This was the result of all the succeeding ballots up to the fovurteentU ballot at o'clock Vrlday tnorning The fifteenth ballot 'wa taken at 4:50 o'clock Friday morning, resulting in nine for not guilty and three for manslaughter. The sixteenth ballot was not taken until 0:15 o'clock Friday morning when the vote showed eight for not guilty, three for manslaughter nnd one for assault and battery. At S:45 Friday morning the 17th ballot was taken by the jury, returning to the eight for not guilty and four for manslaughter. Forty minute later the 18th ballot was taken showing ten of the jurymen for not guilty and two for manslaughter. The 10th ballot was taken at 9:50 a. m., resulting in nine for not guilty and three for manslaughter. At 10 a. in., the 20th ballot was taken, showing 11 for not guilt and one for first degree murder. The same result was obtained in the 21st ballot. The 22d and last ballot was taken at 10:22 o'clock, with a unanimous vote of the 12 men being that of not guilty." A number of women friends and ac quaintances called on Mrs. George In the parlor of the Conrad hotel, and a number of traveling men introduced themselves and offered their congratulations. Juryman Miller was one of the callers, and to him Mrs. George her wannest thanks saying she had known him as her stnunch friend frorn the first. A number of congratulatory telegrams were delivered to her. To a reporter she said she would go to her old home in Hunovcrton Saturday nnd visit her mother, Mrs. Luclnda Ehr-heart, for a few days Then she would return to Canton to gather up her belongings nnd arrange for the future. As to the future she said she had no definite plans as yet She has been Invited to go to the seaside for an extended vacation during the summer, and she said she would probably accept the invitation. To tin C'onerntrated at tlio l'reildlo. San FiiANCibco, April 20. Three thousand reel alts and 20 officers will be concentrated at the Presidio. Tho large post will be converted into a regular recruiting and receiving rendezvous for troops. There are over a thousand men here now under command of Col. Harbach, !!d infantry, nud Capt. Hardin, lbth infantry, adjutant. Mnuk bjrn Tornudo. Rm.cKKNRinoK, Mo., April 29. A tornado struck this place, wrecking iunnyuiull houses and blowing down almost all the chimneys in the town. Awnings, fire walls and smokestacks were badly damaged. The large flouring mill was unroofed. Todd Slonne Wlna Again. London, April 29. At Newmarket Friday Todd t'loanc won the stakes en Pierre Lorlllard'a Sibola, a horse ored in America. Tlit betting was 13 to 8 against Slbolu. K DINER'S VALUABLE FIND. JBIIae Counllniai"McAlllstor Whlla IHnlng With Cant, (.oghlnn lilt Inln it C'Ihiii mid I'ouuil a 1'rnrl Worth ".l.OOO. Philadelphia, May 1. A beautiful pearl, the value estimated at S3, 000, has some into the possession of Councilman K. R. C, McAllister, of tho First ward, chairman of the Dewey day celebration. While tho oillcers of the Raleigh were being dined at the Hotel Walton, McAllister presided nt the board. As he bit heavily upon a clam he was preatly surprised to find something hard, like a stone in his mouth. He took from his mouth n bird, thlning .substance, tho luster of which aroused tho curiosity of the diners Councilman Lang, nu expert on stones at once pronounced it a pearl of great value. Capt. Coghlau :hristened it the "Raleigh," and Mr. McAllister has decided that this will be its name. Experts have estimated the value of the stone at $5,000, and all agree that' it is one of the most brilliant pearls ever seen In this country. MR. SCHURMANTnDER FIRE. rtir President of Cornell University Had a Narrow Etea)M From Ilrath at the right at Malaboii, rhllloj.liip. Seattle, Wash., May 1. Mail from Manila rccelvtd Saturday are full of Interesting incidents of the fighting before Mnlabon. President Schurman, of Cornell university, a member of the Philippine commission, had a narrow cscapo Irom death while with Gen. Wheaton's brigade. He was tilting on a trench when a large rebel force opened fire. A stray shot warned him to seek cover, which he did by pccdily falling into the trench. rie lay there more than an hour, while the Filipinos sent Mauser bullets singing over his head. An occasional bullet would graze the top of the trench and shower the college man with dirt. The rebels were finally dislodged and President Schurman returned to Manila. MUSTERED OUT OF SERVICE. rha 161st Indiana Keltnenl I'ald OS at Harannah, (la. On the Way to Washington to lie Htlrlew.iL Savanah, Ga., May 1. -The 181st .'ndlana regiment. Col. W. T. Curbln. was mustered out of the service Sunday. The payment of the men was commenced by three paymasters An unusual incident of the muster out was the fact that a great many of the retail stores of the city opend th ttores for the accommodation' of A inea 'and to deliver pacUJL,Jd mem naiuruay. J.nc tTn xt the three trains that carried the Iclina's to Washington left the depot nt S o'clock. The others followed within a few minutes The regiment will nrrive at Washington Monday morning nnd in the afternoon wlK be reviewed by the president from th portico of the white house After reviewing the command the president will receive the ofliccrs and men In the presidential residence. A BARN BURNER LYNCHED. Willis re, Colored. Taken liom the ,Iat at Osceola, Ark., and llangrd In the Jail Yard by Forty Men. Mr.Jii'iilf, Tenn., May 1. was received in Memphis Sunday night that Willis Sees a Negro, aged about SO years was taken from jail at Osceola, Ark., Sunday morning at 1 o'clock and hanged in the jail yard by a mob of 40 men. Sees was in jail on a charge of barn burning. After being suspended in mid-air twice the Negro confessed the crime of which he was charged and he wns then hanged. Several houses have been burned in the neighborhood of Osceola recently, and this is given as the reason for the mob taking the law into its jurisdiction. Mrs. George Cons Ida ri an Offer of Canton, 0 May 1. Offers of marriage have been sent to Mrs Anna George. One of them has been considered. Mrs George said Saturday she thought it the duty of every woman to marry and have n home, and part of her lecture would be on that line. She nlso intimated thnt she would not In adverse to trying a matrimonial venture again but would not commit her-self definitely on thnt point, I'lrcal Sturels, Mlrh. Stuisoih, Mich., May 1. The Hotel Thornton burned to the ground Saturday. The Sturgis, Annan nnd McLaughlin blocks were aKo consuu.od, nnd the fittings of the Citizens' bank badly scorched. The loss is estimated at S75.000.' The blaze started from an uuknovvn cause in the lamp room of the hotel, nnd spread at a tremendous rate. An Adtunrn of Wages. Joi.tLT, 111., May 1. Six hundred of the Western Stone Ca in the Jollct, Rockport and Lemont quarries will Monday iccelve an advance of 25 cents per day. Other quarries will also make a similar advance. Hie Spaulards IMvasrd. Madhiij, Muy 1. Tho prospect of peace In the Philippines U hailed with satisfaction, as likely to lead to the early liberation of the Spanish prisoner Ju the bonds of the Filipino. I AY OF STORMS. Jles rrevnlletl Throughout Xebrnska Sinii lowu Stuuliiy, Doing Duinuge. fj (sunders Ciunty the Storm Destroyed Cerjlhlngl'i Its Wake y of Stock Was Killed Several I'rrsous Injured. jtoca, la., May l.A tornado struck hs place at 8:30 p. m. Sunday, doing Hl:.Ucrable damage to property. The Jtriu moved in a southerly direction ii,i passe 1 through the outskirts of lb, town. Two houses on tho weie blown down but no one tvu hurt. In the confusion, as thin JliAieh Is sent, it is Impossible to the names of the occupants as Iff are newcomers T.ree miles southeast of Avoca a anuvr named Hunt lost his barn nnd iart of his stock. Ills house was Jijhtly damaged and two members of Hi family slightly injured. c ie storm next struck Onklaud, four nts south of Avoca. Near this place 1'jbarn on the farm of Richard Files io utterly demolished and somo stock j cd. The family was absent at the laf A man named Pollock, residing ic an adjoining farm, lost his barn, ok cattle aud had his house partly tcW, but no oue was hurt. A mile urtber on the wind wrecked the house, irn aud other outbuildings of John ,at, a farmer. The contents of thu were strewn all over the sur- andlug country. One memberof the asiiy was slightly Injured, ltetween wa and Oakland telegraph and ttitune poles were prostrated nud com- fn .mention cut oft" for several hours. fajtes three Inches In diameter were Jier tw Uted or torn up by the roots Vrie wind was accompanied by rain. Omaha. Neb., May I. This has been uy of severe storms In Nebrasku, all sorts of rumors are coming in Ead Omaha Sunday night about serious dmagc done by the wind. For the pyt three days gales have prevailed tkoughottt the state, accompanied by Tin. nud in a few places n fait of hail. Itnestern Nebraska dust stotms made Mil well nigh unendurable aud started Ejpsiric fires which did considerable ikangc. T, stumiay night severe thunder itrms prevailed in the ensteru part of tb state and continued up till noon snduy. At Omaha the ruinfatl was ti heaviest known for years nt this Mson, doing Mime damage to private ppcrty and washing out sewers In sene purts of the city. Along the line i the Union Pacific the wiud has considerable harm. At North I biinciny a Hundred polAm'yvcro -prostrated. At tPjAriiNo, in SaunderfTcounty, a wind the proportions of a (pprbachlng some farm buildings nd tilled some stock. Wahoo. the county seat of Saundtrs county, illght damage by wind. rains accompanied by stioug winds (re reported at Falrbury, Geneva, Freinoit, Columbus nnd Schuyler. Vai.j liAlso, Neb.. May l.A tornado Sunday passed through Saundcn county, aboit four miles west, destroying everyt) ing in Its wake. A largo quanti v of stock was killed. Uuv child v is slightly hurt. The damage to pre crty will amount to several thousn id dollars The storm went in a nort: crly direction and was about a quarttf of a mile wide. DISASTROUS PRAIRIE FIRE. Kterytk Ins; Destroyed In Ita l'i th-Mrs li lla l.lTlneston and Her hen llnrned to Death. Coi.jitiDOK, Neb., May 1. A prairie fire burning In the hay Hats at Onlong, the tiirthcrn tier of the county, teu miles i from this place Sunday after-noon, passed into the track of a tornado iud was swept with the speed of the wind dlngonally across this county for p miles destroying everything in its path. The only lives lost, ns far as known, werel those of Mrs. Rolla Livingston and ner five-year-old boy. The woman saw Uie fire coming and ran to a pasture lo release the family stock. Tho boy followed her. Roth were knocked down by the terrified nnimals Tho fire passed over them before they could get out of the way. The body of the boy was almost consumed nnd Mrs Livingston lived but a few hours A great many cattle were overtaken and burned. A large number of farm houses were destroyed, aud tho families escaped by seeling refuge beyond the track of the storm. The path of the fire was nearly one milo wide. of the losses nrc: holla Li 15,000: Stanley Martin, 520,-000; David Walker, 510,000; lana Prltchell, 52,000; W. A. llcnnett. $5,000; Joseph Hodgkin. 520,000; Win. Weber, g'5,000; James Parsons, HOI) hcud of .lock, etc, 812,000; Wm. Zook, inrgo number of horses and cattle, 810,000. Tun .Miners KIIIimI. Ni;w Yoiik, May 1, A premature explosion in thu Richmond iron mine nt Port Orange, N. J., killed two miners Charles MePeak and James Williams and terribly injured William MePeak, who. will probably die. The Warrant llrunn, WbhinC'ton, May 1. Four United States treasury warrants for 5,000,000 such will be drawn Saturday tind transmitted to the secretary of Rtate, to bo used in settlement of the 520,000,009 Jut fljain under the Paris treaty. i A IIEART'S OUTPOURING. There Waa ftoiiielliliiir About l'lavlua hut Wns !iiiiicMiiat LU- llnt loua. rintilc Hillmorc tat with btr face half atrtul f i oiii linn. in the young man's flurhed check, hit snd agitated lnitiiucr there were umiuitAable siiis uf a commit outlnnt. The emotions o( an oven. lulled heart could be ciunlud down no longer. Fluviiii Jorephiis MilUnp was no stranger to the Ilillmoic mansion. He tiervudcd it three or four evenings evtay week, o a tulc, ami oftenrr still as a ficinient exception. Lvenliody in the huue, from the aged grnmhnotlicr to the kitchen lady, knew he came to sec Miss Pinkie. Kven Mls Pinkie knew It. despite the fart that he had never explicitly raid fo. In like nmiiiif r he knew she was perfectly willing for him to pervade the m.iimon, to rule or exceptionally, though she lud never actually exinessed licmclf to that tllect. Yet fhe st with her face half averted from him. Such It the contradictory, tsntnliniiK, habit of the )ouiig woman of nil climes, kindreds tongurt, and periods of the world's history. Young "oiiinn! Young woman! What nn abject fool thou lust made of the young nun from time juitnruiorul, een this ita digiotton "Pinkie"--the voire of Havius Jorrphus Millap apnn broke in upon the stillness "you know what I want to say!" "Yes" "lie replied, softly. "I know. You want to tell me that tlntj!eo( wearing my hair Isn't becoming tu me. That's hrcdtuc fou're not used to seeing it. Whtuyou become accustomed" "You know well enough it isn't that!" "You want to sk me why I didn't ac knowledge the receipt of that boxofrandv you sent nit by a messenger hoy, I did not know till nfter'lie had gone auav that it had comr from you, and I thought I would wait till I you" "You know well tnoufih It im't that, either." "Then I'm sure " "Pinkie-" He made a slight motion as If to take her hand. Hut she still sat with hrr face half avert-td from linn. "Pinkie, why do jou think I've hern coming here (it the lat six months?" "Sccn months," she murmured This wa not eiirouragtrig, on the fare of 't, hut lie wiiit ahead1 "The fact of the matter is, Pinkie Hill-more, I kave lcrn corning lure I ran't keep away. Kversinic I metyou do you in loxe at first fight? "I dol ever nr.ee 1 first met you 1 hare known you are my fate' Dearest aud best" She put up her hand "O, riot now. Flavins! Not now!" She still sat with her face half averted from him "Why not. Pinkie? Why not? What is the matter " "Flavius" it was almost a sol- "have rou betti rating onions?" Chicago Tribune. Abolish the Death At Alhanv the law maker are nraLgHng ojrr the aWhtion of the death J he man who succeeds in pnnc such a lull will prove as great a benefactor to the hrtaker of man s laws as Ho. t tier's Stomach Hitter has to the breaker of nat.irr's laws. If )ou'eiirglrtidour stonuth until indigestion, constipation, b'hotisnes, iter am! k.dney troubles are upon juii there but one currHoitcttfr's Stomach Hitters Don't fail to try it. All druggists nil it. Thr llnallsh of If. "You Amiricans call things b such queir carnes," said the Kriglishmtui. "What's nrrong now?" asked the New 1 orker. "Wliv rail these tin net elevators, when hey take tuople down as often as they take hem un?" "Well, what do you call thrra in your rountry'" " rail them lifts" "Well. I ran't se that the word lift their use any ltter than elevator." "Oh, yis, it docs Don't you know youcan down as wtll as Ml them up?" Yonkrn .Statesman. A,k luur Ittslrr fur A Ilea's rMl.nar. A powder to shake into your shoe It real tiiefei'Ll'iiivsCoriift.Huiiiotis.HwolIeii.ckirc, Hot, Cullous, Aching, Sweating ft eland In-growing Nulls. Allen's makes new orllglii times east Sold by alldruirirjKJ anil shoe sU it-, 'J.V. Sample mailed Kit KM Address Alien S Olrntlcd, Iai Hoy, J. Y. Ittirulnrr In thr l'alarr. "Curse uie hick'" hissed the burglar, nnd fld into the mght. Ikur in mititi. if you piiase, that ull crime was now (Iik an, merely, and all li !)' the work of germs. The burglar pt netted, in the tellar window where he tried to rntir, one of the lntitt electric automatic iprayiug iIokis, and en ievortd to aoid it. Hut fortune was igaintt him, A click in the dark, and ai nott before he knew it he was driuchcd vith germicide and curid of his malady. Detroit Journal. CHARMING grandmother! A What a pleasant influence in the house is a delightful old lady in good health 1 Mrs. Moi.uk IJakiiik. St. Jnmcs, Mo., writes: "I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound during change of life, and have passed through that critical period safely. I suffered for years with falling of the womb and female weakness. At times could hardly stand on my feet, also had leucorrhujn. I tried several good doctors, but instead of getting .better, grew worse all the time. A friend advised me to try Mrs. Pinkham's Compound. 1 did so and after taking six bottles, was cured of both leucorrhcea and falling of womb. I am now enjoying good S5s 7is, till! lpSlPife& ?or JretiX. mm&& l i JaaKVsaZyZQsfaPJaBPlssiiJyMafeaaaaaaW .aaaTaM MWW 9s9VnVlaVNH'aaHaaa wt "To Err is Human:9 Sut to err all the time is criminal or Idiotic, Don't continue the mistake of neglecting your blood. Take Hood's Sarsaparilta now. It will make pure, live blood, and put you in good health, AH Cono-" Had no appt tlte or strength, could not sleep or get rested, was completely run down. Two bottles Hood's cured tho tired feeling and I do my own work." Mkb A.Dictc,.MIIIvHle,N.J. l!il' I'llls eure liter Ills , the imn IrrlUtlnr su to tassjsltli s rr Manila. HARD TO GET. The Clrla Were l.earnlni to .ML llulr I'lourm ami Thrjr Wanled While. A venerable clergyman preached in the (huich of a frt-ml. lie had hardly got hack to the vicarag (rum the cliuich when the door bell rarg ami a young lady asktd to see him. lie her Tiny talked alxuit the sermon and other things, until finally she asktd, dilluh ntly "Oh, won't you phase gtte me a lock of jour hair" "Certainly, tny child," said thr old gentleman, llattrird at thr retpiot. "I II send it to yen to morrow " And he did. On his rt turn to his own home he had five more requests of thr same kind, and he inoiidly tastrd to hit wife that he was pliul to see that he had not yet lost Ins iutr to please. All wiiit well until hi wife this note: "Dear Mrs I ourthl) Wont you pirate ask your huslund to send me just a little )ck of his hair? We have all Ixxli taking lettuus in making hair llowrrs Si man) ul the other girls ttked him, and he sent it tu t he-iii, that I thought I would rather ask you to get it for we. Won't you please do this for tue It it to hatd to get white hair for hlies of the lley " Thu wst a terrible blow, and the lest now- said aluiit lock of lu.ir in that old gentleman's presence the belter. KiKjuirtr " lliiarihlst We oiler One Hundred Dollars Hew aid for any laseo! t'atatih that cannot i... 1 1.. ,..i. i ...- F. .1. I'livnry A Co . Preps . Toledo O. We, the undersigned, hae knoitn F. J. Cheney fur thr last 15 )ers,undlellrr him rfettl)' honoiahlr in all business and financially able to carry out any obligations made ly their firm. West A Truax, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. O. 'W aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale I)nifgit, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surlaces of the system Price ".V rr In't tie. Sild by all Druggists, Testimonials frrr. Hall'. Famllr Pill are the best, nhlrels ul iHlrrrtl. Stranger What are the principal object! of interrtt In thu town? Cititen Havingt bank depotltt. Metropolitan. Thr nrat ltn for Chtlta. nnd Fever la a bottle of Grovr.'s Tarrti.rM Chill Tunic. It Is simply Iron aud qululnn In s tasteless t orm, Nocuro no pay, rrla.50u. Whisky relieves djsjvcpm on the theory, terhai, that the feeling of a brick in the (tat onsets tkr feeling of a brick in the stemath. Detroit Journal. JHKD On Monday or any other day in the wiek, with Putnam Dyes, good will not fade cither b) sunlight or walking. Ixvers may net wish to snub the n, but they do "turn it down" pretty often. I A. W. Hulletni. Piso's Cure for Consumption has no sxjual ns n Couch K. M, Ablwitt, S.s3 Krnevu HL, nuflalo, N Y , May V, IHH. Ixilt of fathert give their daughters awsy and have a son-in-law on their hands Wathlugton (la.) Democrat. How My Tlirott Hurts' Wiv don'l yon nsr Hnle'a Honev of Hnrrhmind and Tar?l Pine's Toothache l)rops Cure in one minute,1 Mule meat sorted a la carle, with horseradish and a pony of wine is u stable article in Pans. L. A. V. Hulletm. HEALTHFUL OLD AGE heuUh nnd feel very grateful for good your medicine has ie inc. I would recommend o all women suffering us I was." Mrs. N. E. Law, Pearl, La., writes: I have had leucorrhoca for about twenty years, falling of womb by spells for ten years, and my bladder was affected, had backache a grent deal. I tried a number of doctors. They would re lieve me for n little k while, then I would bo 'worse than ever. I then thought I would try Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Eleven bottles of Compound and one box of Liver Pills cured me and I am now sound and well. It helped me through the change of life period. I am fifty-five years old." The women of advanced years who are healthy and happy are invariably those who have known how to secure help when they needed it. Mrs. Pinkham will advise any woman free of charge who writeo about her health. Her address i Lynn, Mass.