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TWO MEAN TOWNS.
f torlcti Told by Traveling; Men Alio U I
a Conplc of Decidedly I'our
l'lncei to Live In.
ThejMverc talking about bad town i
"Thc'meancst place I ever Was in," said
the man who travels fora Chicago Iiotife, "is
down in Massachusetts. Bay, o yon know
what happened while 1 was stoppiim there
once? A man had fallen through a hole in
the sidewalk and sustained injuries that
in the loss of his right arm. lie sued
the city for damages, and the care was tiied
before a jury, which, the papers said, was
composed of representative citizens. Well
what do you suppose they did to him
Brought in a verdict in favor of the rity.
holding that inasmuch as he was left-handed
his injury didn't amount to anything."
"Yes," the cigar man said, "tnat n prettj
mean town, I admit, but 1 know of a worst
one. This place is in Pennsylvania. An acquaintance
of mine down there was injured
some time ago in pretty much the nunc way
the man you mentioned got hurt. lie fell on
a bad sidewalk and Inst one of his Lr;;s. He
sued the city, and didn't get nnyMiing. I
never heard just why, but probably hcci'iise
the jurors didn't believe lie needed morr than
one leg in his business, seeing that lio was
a barber and couldn't hone a razor or shave
a man with his foot anyway. lint wait, I
haven't come to the point at which the rt:
meanness developed. Heine a poor man. he
couldn't alford to buy a cork leg, so he had
to fet along with a wooden peg, and one day
while he was crossing the principal street
this peg iasomc way got wedged between a
couple of paving stones right in the middle o'
the street car track. It took them nearly an
hour to get him loose, and what do you suppose
happened then? Warned if they didn t
go and tine him ten dollars and costs for
obstructing traffic!" Chicago Times-Herald.
PRONE TO EXAGGERATE.
This Tendency of American! Affords
Amusement to nn English
Americans are not notable for thel, strict
adherence to the truth, but their exaggerations
arc so manifest that they eannrt be
fairly accused of lying. William Archer, an
English author, has recently written a bonk
in which he gives some characteristic examples
of this trait. He very properly classes it
as "American humor."
"On board one of the Klorida steamboats,
which hare to be built with exceedingly light
draught to get over the frequent shallows of
the rivers; he relates, "an Englishman accosted
the captain with the remark: 'I understand,
captain, that you think nothing of
steaming across a meadow where there's
been, a heavy fall of dew.' 'Well, I don't
know about that,' replied the captain, 'but
it's trucwe sometimes have to send a man
ahead with a watering pot.' Again, a southern
colonel was conducted to the theater to
see Salvini's 'Othello.' He witnessed the
performance gravely, and remarked at the
close: 'That was a mighty good show, and
I don't see but the coon did as well as any
of 'cm.' A third anecdote that charmed
me was that of the' man who, being invited
to take a drink, replied: 'No, no, I solemnly
promised my dear, dead mother never to
touch a drop; besides, boys, it's too early in
the morning; besides, I've just had one.' "
The magnificent armored trains used by
England in her warwith the Uoera will transport
her troops, protect bridges and telegraphic
communications in about the saras
way that Hostetter's Stomach Hitters drives
dyspepsia from the human stomach and then
mounts' guard that it does not return. The
Hitters has won in every case of indigestion,
biliousness liver and kidney trouble for the
past fifty years. It is invaluable at all times.
How Womnn Wm Made.
A small boy in thc.Mission Sunday school
of Hishop Fallows' church propounded an
entirely.new theory of creation last Sunday.
"Who made man?" asked the teacher, be-
as in the good old days when
"God," was the prompt reply.
"And how did he maKe him?"
"Out of dust, ma'am; nothing but dust."
"And who made woman?"
"God made hvr, too, ma'am."
"How?" , , ,
The small boy hesitated, and then replied
cheerfully: 'He raused a deep sleep In fall
upon man and then took out his backbone
. and made the woman." Chicago Inter
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A Tougn Snbjrct.
"Yes, the fire burned out the costly fixtures
of the saloon. It must have been
smoldering away for hours before it was discovered."
"On (ire for hours, eh?
"Wonder if it cooked the bar tender?"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
First Wife Have you any idea what your
husband's income is?
Second Wife Oh, most anywhere between
two and three o'clock in the morning.
The Pent Prpxrrlpllni: for Chill
and Frivji1 la a bottlo of Guovk'h Tastiiixsj
Cnn.i. Tonic. His simply Iron undijiiitiiuoln
utiitttclesH form. Pr'cc.SOo
The so railed modest violet commands a
higher price, w proportion to its size, than
any other (lower at a greenhouse. Atchison
I "An Empty Sack j
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5 &elther can poor, weak, thin blood
I nourish and sustain the physical system, i
For strength of nerves and muscles
I there must be.pure, rich, vigorous blood, i
I standard preparation for the blood by 1
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i rmii 9 is
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STATE NEWS ITEMS.
Doth lloimcH Met Tuendny,
Ixed and Are Ximt Ilendy
Frankfort. Ky.. Jan. 3. Both houses of
the general assembly organized at noon
Tuesday by electing tho nominees of Monday
night's domocrutlc cuueus. Gov.
Taylor's Ilrst message was listened to
with Interest In tho house, but the senate
ndjourned before It nrrlved I" tha
chnmber. In the house. South Trimble,
tor speaker, received tho full D8 democratic
votes, and J. P. Ilnswell nil of tho
I" republicans. For president pro tern,
of tho senntu Senator Goebel wns elected.
The four democratic senntors'who bolted
tho caucus Mondny night voted for the
caucus nominee Tuesday.
Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 4. Senate Wo'
nesilay n resolution wuh Introduced nr,
idoptcd inviting tho Frankfort mlnlsten
to open tho Beiinte with prayer. Tho committee
npnolnted to Inform tho governor
that the IcRtslaturo was ready for b in-Iness
performed Its duty, mid n moment
Inter Private Secrctury McKenzIe To'td
reported tho governors message, wh'e'1
wns read In full to tho senate. Two hundred
copies were ordered printed. Tho
report of tho secretary of state up ta
December 31 was filed by tho lieutenant
governor. It shows a balance In tho
corporation department of J1.6I1.E1 over
all expenditures. Senator Cirtcr offered
the notice of contest nnd grounds In t.to
caso of governor and lieutenant governor,
and upon motion they wcro ordered
spread upon the Journal of tho senate.
House Tho opening gun of tho gubernatorial
contest was tired In the hour-l
Wednesday morning, when
Hickman tiled notice of contests for
the otllces of governor nnd llcutenan:
governor. Immediately after the tiling of
the contests Mr. Ilnswell, tho lender f
tho republicans, offered a resolution authorizing
the speaker to appoint a
of four two democrats an J t3
republicans to witness tho preparation
of the ballots and ballot box from vhcli
tho contest committed wilt be drawn.
Tho resolution was Introduced evidently
to establish their strength by a test vole,
but Speaker Trimble ruled the
out of order nfter an hour's 'debate. A
resolution wns introduced Inviting the
ministers to open the house with prnyci
every morning, to which Mr. Charlton, .f
Louisville, offered an amendment to malty
It read "white ministers." It wns
s amended. Notices of contests were
Frankfort. Ky., Jan. 6. Senate Senator
Traver, of Campbell, will Introduce n bill
to compel tho sheriffs to settlo tho county
tax for tho year nt the same tlmo settlement
Is nndo of tho stnto tax. Tho
contest papers In tho cneo of Milton
Young, contestant, ngntnst Senator Allen,
of Lexington, were tiled. Forguson, of
I'aducnh, offered n resolution to make tho
Kentucky Stnte Democrat the otllclal paper
of tho legislative proceedings. A resolution
by Carter, proposing that tho contest
committees hear contest cases of
Young vs. Allen nnd Simmons vs. Huntsman,
shall consist of nine members each,
was adopted. Tho drawing on the lieutenant
governor contest resulted in tho selection
of Senntors Ilarrell. Coleman and
Watson, all democrnts. The drawing In
tho senatorial content
resulted In tho selection of eight
democrats nnd one republican.
House A resolution wns ndoptcd providing
for membership contest committees
of tlvo Instead 01 nine. Of 17 contests
in tho house 10 nrc democrats contesting
the rights of republican members,
and seven republicans contesting democratic
seats. The Joint committees which
sit in the contests for governor nnd lieutenant
governor were drawn by lot. ns
provided by law Thursday. Tho drawing
resulted In giving them 10 out of 11 members
of tho committee on governor's contest,
nnd 9 out of 11 on the lieutenant
Frnnkfort, Ky., Jan. 6. Senntc The
senate Friday was opened with prayer by
Pastor McCrendy of tho Episcopal church.
Senator Alexander moved that the rules
of tho Inst senate bo adopted till tho new
commltteo on rules reports. Senator Curler
oi.'ercd tho report of the democratic
steering committee, containing a list of
tho new committees ns selected by that
committee as a substitute. Tho vote wns
taken on. Alexander's motion Ilrst, and
was regarded as a preliminary test vote
us to tho democrntlc strength, nnd resulted
In tho motion being defented by
20 to 17, Alexnnder, Hays. Trlplett and
Roberts, democrats, and McConnell, populist,
voting with the republicans. Tho
list of standing committees, ns presented
Dy senator minis, was men react nnu
adonted bv a vote of 21 to 13. nfter a mo
tion to table had been defeated by a vote
of 22 to 15.
' House Mr. Cantroll Introduced tho following
resolution, which caused a Mood
of oratory: Resolved, That tho members
of tho house do denounce ns falso the
charge of tho manipulation of tho ballot
box by tho clerk In drawing the numes
therefrom In the contested cases of tho
governor and lieutenant governor, nnd
that they consider such outrageous
nnd action as unbecoming a
f;uuge body. Tho only other business
transacted was tho adoption of nn amendment
by way of 11 substitute for Air.
Joint resolution, providing that
only successful contestants could claim
expense in nil contest enses. The substitute
leaves tho matter to tho discretion
of tha committee before which it is tried.
Tho spenkrr named his committee on
rules which will consist of Messrs. Tan-trill,
Nelson, l.afferty. Renlck and Terrell,
and tho house adjourned until
Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. Senute The
senate session Mondny vma short. Fnrrls
got through n resolution providing for
firing n salute nnd adjourning In honor
of Jackson day.
House Speaker Trimble laid boforo tho
House tho report of tho Covington nnd
Cincinnati Bridge company for tho last
four years. Tolls collected last year aggregated
121,101. Trimble presented a list
of committees, which was rend, Tho
house then adjourned.
Shot nt a l'arty.
Tompkinsvillc, Ky., .Tim. 0. .1 nines
Wntkins was shot nntl instantly killed
while attending 11 party near Holes,
on the Tennessee border. He wns called
to tins door by nn unknown rinrty.
The weapon used was ti shotgun. A.
It. Mayfleld is charged with the crime.
An old grudge existed between tlio
two men, and each, it is said, lind
maintained Hint, position that nn encounter-met
dentil. No one saw
do the shooting, nnd the charge
is based on the enmity that existed,
along with other circumstantial evidence.
Vntkins when shot fell backwards
into the half circle of merrymakers
who had congregated about
' Colored Hoy Drovrned.
Cynthl'Min, Ky Jan. .9. Geo. Wade,
colored, aged 14, while skating on the
Licking river here broke through the
ice and drowned. Jlf!? body lias not
j ft been recovered.
UxpresM JIcsseiiRer Hurl,
Nicholasville, Ky., Jan. C Frank S.
Alexander, express messenger on tho
Queen & Crescent, had Ills right arm
fractured nnd thrown out of joint in
loading express between Danville nnd
Ilurgin Thursday morning, and ho wns
put off here to have his limb reset.
Alexander was sent homo Thursday
Clny'it Divorced Wife In IJylns.
Lexington, Ky., Jan. C Mary
Clay, divorced wife of Gen,
JI. Clay, is lying nt death's door
in tliiti city. She (s over 80,
(lie L'niinlinoiis Choice
of the Kentucky
Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 0. The republican
joint caucus nominated
Wiik O. Hrntllcy us the republican
candidate for senator. The nomination
was made by acclamation, Congressman
Itorelng, the only aspirant,
who hud sought this honor from the
minority, having instructed his friends
to not present his name.
The oceusion was rendered unexpectedly
.sensational by t lie speeches
of Mr. Ilrudley and other republican
ltrndlcy. in his speech accepting
the nomination, said that I lie
state had neer in its history lind before
it such a stnte of alTiilrB ns now
exists. He said the very air was full
of conspiracies. All of these lind failed
up to date, however, lie said, and
"Aa nurc ns Cod reigns, tho men who
huvrt been placed in these, olllees by
tho sovereign people will stay there."
These sentiments were niso expressed
by other speakers and were vociferously
The warrant sworn out in Louisville
by John H. Whtillen Ugalnsl Senntor
S. II. Harrel, wns brought here by
Chief of Detectives '.Sullivan and served.
The bond of $10,000 was headed
by Senator (loebel and is being signed
by all of tlie democratic members of
the legislature who are in the city.
The tone of the speeches In the republican
senatorial caucus is construed
by the (loebel leaders as nn
admission 011 the part of the republican
lenders that they regnrd (loebel's
success in ills contest before the legislature
is practically assured. Upon
the heels of the talk that Taylor
should lie bucked up in pos$;ession of
the olllee if lie is unseated by a parly
vote, came a rumor that
may contest illackbiirn'K election
to the senate. The rumor is neither
nffiriucd or denied by iiuv one with
authority to speak, nnd those who are
advocating such a step justify it oil'
the ground of retaliation.
Ilepulillenn l,endrrn lln Not (ilrcn
l'p tin Ideii of SentliiH' Tnjlor
11 m (imcniiir.
Frankfort, Ky., Jan. !. - Kpublicnn
leaders who are on confidential terms
witli (Jot Taylor intimated tlint tho
republican contest ees may not .ipilt
the fight in the event the legislature
and the state contest board vote to
seat (loubel and the democratic contestants.
They have by no menus given
up hope Hint they will win in the legislature,
but are taking time by thu
forelock and nrc looking around for
other moves in case (Joebcl should
It is generally believed that they
will seei' to raise a federal question
and take the ease into the United
States court. One of the questions
which could be raised, they elalin,
would be on the ousting of Lieut.
(Tov. Marshall a presiding oflleer of
the join', assembly, in the. event of
the adoption of the rules ns passed
by tho Saturday, and also 011
prospective, wholesale unseating of republican
nieniberK of the present leg
ItulnliiK nn ICntertnlniiiciil I'liiul.
Louisville, Ky., Jan. ii. The organization
of a committee for the raising
of the .$100,000 necessary for tho
entertainment of the L'Sth triennial
conclave of Knights Templars is Hearing
completion, and tin- response to
the elVorts of the committees already
organized demonstrate that the money
will lie forthcoming.
Overlooked the Time.
Fulton, Ky., Jan. !). The fast mnil
train going north civ'the Illinois Central
and a freight train going south
collided at MolTafs station. Will
Downing, of the freight train, was
instantly killed, nnd a Xegro
was slightly hurt. Conductor
Luther Xewhouse, on the freight,
train, overlooked his time, and, instead
of waiting nt Hives for the fast
mail, went on to Moffat's station.
The fast iuiiii was in charge of Conductor
Kinkle nnd Knglneer Fox Hudson,
Downing's home was at
.Students ns Lobbyists.
Lexington, Ky., Jan. . A committee
of students has been appointed by
President James K. Tatterson, of the
state college, to ask the legislaturo
for the needed appropriation for n
dormitory for girls, gymnasium, a
dormitory for boys, etc. Uettvccu.
$125,000 nnd $1SO,000 is wanted.
Kussellviile, Ky., Jan. 0.
cashier of the Deposit, bnnk,
of this city, wns dangerously shot by
Will Klliston, his brother-in-law, at'
Keysburg. Klliston is a son-in-law
of Q en. Jnckson, Nashville. Tenu.
Nicholasville, Ky., Jan. 7.--Deputy
United States Collector II. 11. Taylor,
Special danger Hen Seller, jr., and Detective
J. J. I'eel raided the homo of
John and Mike O'Harra in this county
nnd found a quantity of whisky
made at distilleries in Anderson county.
It was charged that the O'lVtirrn
brothers have for some time been unlawfully
selling liquor in this county,
and after detective work two of tho
three brothers were caught. They
sold five barrels to one party in, ,aw
Washington, Jnn. 4. Senate Bills Introduced
Wednesday: Regulating appointments
to civil ollfccsln tno outlaying drt
pendencies; to umend tho Chinese exclu
slon laws so as to commit their adminls
trntlon to tho bureau of lmmlgratlot
authorizing nn Investigation of tho ceo
nomlc relations of tho United Btntcs wltl
China nnd tho Orient generally by a com
mission; establishment of a depnrtmeni
of commerco and Industries; regulntliif
tho mnnufacturo of filled cheese and olee
margarine nnd tho adulteration of food
nlso for a pension of $50 per month to th
widow of Col. Stotscnburg, of tho Ne
brnsk.a regiment, who was killed In th.
Philippines; providing a fund for the pen
slonlni; of members of tho lifo nnvin.i
and revenuo cutter service; constitutional
amendment authorizing nn Incomt
House Rills nnd resolutions Introduced
For a constitutional nmendmont provi'l
Ing that "no now state, tho territory r,
which Is not contiguous to tho United
States, shall bo admitted by tho congresi
Into the union;" constitutional amend
ment authorizing nn Income tax; Joint
resolution proposing tho following nmend
ment to tho constitution: "Congress shah
have power to define trusts nnd to resu
late, control or prohibit tho same wlthl'l
any state, territory, district or any othex
placo subjret toJtB Jurisdiction;" rclnUtia
to navigation,' Including bills exlendintj
tho laws of commerco and navigation tn
Hawaii and to l'orto Rico; giving to Cu
ban vessels favorable treatment in Airier'
lenn ports; allowing foreigners to suo la
tlm ITlllliol Ktnlnn rlrnlll pnilrll for 111
dcmnltles heretofore claimed tluough tl'j
stnto department nnd punbhlng In thi
federal uocrts; reducing tho duty on pr.
per used In printing newspapers; to repeal
the' stamp tax; to provide for Interest
on government deposits; npproprlnt
ing $;00,W to tho representatives of Jns.
U. Knda for tho mnlntenanco for 20 years
of tho channel In tho south pass, Mississippi
Washington, Jnn. B. Senate Tho goM
currency llnunclnl hill Is now beforo tha
senate, nnd will hold tho Moor until disposed
of, Tho bill ns reported by tho finance
committee, while differing In text
from tho hill which paused tho house,
contains nil Its cardinal features. Scnutor
Aldrlch. who has It In charge, delivered
11 fitilto exhaustlvo Fprech Thursday in
explanation of tho various provisions.
House Tho session In tho houso Thursday
was brief. Twenty minutes' tlmo was
sutllclent to pass tho Sulzcr resolution, us
modified by the ways nnd means committee,
requesting of Secretnry flngo the
details unci all tho fncts concerning the
transactions of tho trensury department
with tho National City nnd Hanover
banks of New York city. Tho action of
tho houso wns practically unanimous. The
resolution ns ndopted wns made more
general In its scope, and nn amendment
was added to cover Information respecting
tho transactions relating to the sale
of ti Now Yorlc custom houso site
Washington, Jan. 9. Senate The senate
lilt-cussed, without action, the United
3tntes toward the Philippines. Tho rncu
problem woh then discussed on tho I'rltch
ard resolution, Introduced to prevent a
repetition (ft tho controversy.
Among bills introduced wero granting
travel pay and commutation rations
to volunteer soldiers who served In the
l'hlllpplnes, and were transported to the
United States beforo being mustered out
by the government. Just us If they had
been mustered out In tho archipelago;
for tho retirement of ollleers of tho army
who served In tho civil war at 0110 grade
higher in rank than Hint nctuallv held,
protidi'd they bo retired for disability; to
establish postal savings departments; Increasing
tno duty on Imports brought Into
tho United States from contiguous
countries In other than American ships.
Houso Tho houso ornercd two Investigations.
Ono was that tin Inquiry should
Im made, Into tlm appointment by the
president of l'ostmnster John C. Oruliam,
of I'rovo City, Utnh, nnd l'ostmnster Orson
Smith, of Logan, Utah, who are under
Indictment as polygamlsts. Tho other
Is a genernl Investigation into the conduct
of Gen. Merrlam and tho United
Stntes urmy officers during tho Wardner
(Idaho) riots and subsequent thereto.
Itllls wcro introduced to glvo homesteaders
w'o ser.vcd In tho Spanish war credit
for tho tlmo of their servlco; to reorganize
tho revenuo cutter service. This bill
provides for tho rank pay and retirement
of ottleers In tho service, nnd is similar
to the bill which hns several times passed
tho senate. Tho houso ndjourned until
DR. McGLYNN DEAD.
The Once KiimotiK I'rlest IHon nt HI
1 1 01:10 In Newburitli, X. Y., of
Newburgh, N, Y Jan. 9. Itev. Dr
Kdwnrd McOlynn, rector of St. Mary's
church, died nt the rectory til
5:20 o'ol'jek Sunday afternoon after
an illness of about, seven weeks of
heart failure, superinduced by llright'v
A minor surgical operation was performed
on .Dr. McGlynu Saturday
night, but this did not elTect the
or contribute materially to his
Dut-inc- the day Dr. McOlynn lind
Bcvernl sinking spells and the
woe called early to his bedside
where they remained until he died.
Newburgh, N. Y.. Jan. 0. The funeral
services of IJpv. Dr. Kdwnrd
McOlynn will probnbly be held nt St.
Mary's church Wednesday, and nt the
church of the Holy Cross, New York
city, Thursdny. Interment will be in
Calvary cemetery. Long Island.
Dr. M.'Olynn died Sunday of heart
full tire, attending acute llright's disease.
SELLING THEIR CHILDREN.
The I'hiiiIiio Situation In India lit drawing
llarlier, mid Thousands
New York, Jan. 0. Latest mail nil-vices
from India aver that the situation
there grows darker every week.
Three millions nre living on government
relief work. The sale of children
by starving parents is becoming
common. Families tire breaking up,
each member for himself, in search
of food. Abandoned children tire found
It is n famine of water as well as
food. Cnttlc are dying off by thousands,
and no rain is now ejected until
Condition of the Treasury.
Washington, Jan. 9. Tho statement
of the condition of tho treasury
shows: Available cash balance, $281,-019,538;
gold reserve, OCViTOJOS.
Will Return t.i Culm.
Washington, Jan. 9. Secretary Hoot
accompanied (leu. James II. Wilson,
the military governor of Mntauzns
province, Cuba, to tho white house,
.there they had int. extended interview
with the president, presumably
In regard to niTnirs in Cuba. It. has
been stated that den. Wilson would
reslgu his commission in the tinny
ind not return to Cuba but the general
when asked ns to thu accuracy
of the report declared it. to be his intention
to return to Mutah.ini as 10011
as the mission which brought h!ni to
VVttslilnjjtoiv liuil liccn finished.
Wee Mttle Tots j
.cannot stand opiates when, attacked with
Croup, and Colds, .
sie's Croup Cure is the remedy. 50 ct.
Recruiting - Officer "If tire command
came: 'Fircl' what would you do?" ,
nun ior me nose.
To Cure n Cold In Unu liny
I'ako Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnluo Tablet?. All
druggists rof und monoy 1 f It falls to cure. Boc.
"Horseshoes bring good luck, it is said."
""Did you ever have your wife take a fancy
to a gold one set with diamonds?" N. O.
The yiiecn & Crescent.
Only 24 hours to Now Orleans. Tho Queen
& Croicent Is tho shortest lino South.
Some men show good judgment by showing
a lack of self-confidence. Chicago Daily
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produco
tho fastest and brightest colors of any
kuotvn dyo stun". Sold by nil druggists.
The veracity of figures oftrn depends upon
the honesty of the statistician. Chicago
We have not been without l'iso'a Cure for
Consumption for 20 years. Lizzie Fcrrel,
Camp St., Harrisburg, Pa., May 4, 01.
Probably the, most difficult man in the
world to please is the otie who doesn't know
what ho wants. Chicago Daily News.
Halo's Honey of Horchound and Tar relieves
whooping cough. ,
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in one minute.
While thou livest keep a Good tongue in
thv head. Shakesi eare.
Clnclnnntl, Jan. i.
LIVE com'n 3 23 g 1
Select hutchcr 4 JM
packers 4 '? ?
Jllxcd pncKcrs. 4 30 W 4
i.lKht shippers 4 W4
a !K1 fit) 4
B 75 W5
natent 3 .? 3
UIIAIN Wheat-No. - red... iOVsW
Ao. 3 red.
Corn No. - mixed
Oats Vo. - mixed
ltye No. ...;.... IB
rrtOVISlONS Mens Pork... (fill
l.nnl tp 5
timothy 13 00 1J
dairy IS W ;
to fancy.. 3 2j 3
brl 1W 821
Winter patent - 40 3 I
OKA IN Wheat No. - red... COMf I
No. 3 Choice Ui)eM
- if ;
LAUD & Co W0.
FLOUU Winter 3 CO it 3
WHKAT No. J red 4' 7.1
COltN No. - mixed if
12 00 W12 CO
3 y 3 no
CHAIN Whent No. 2 red... I2V0
Southern UP 71
Corn Mixed 3iW M'A
Hats No. 2 white 'MWn! 20 ft
Kyo No. 2 western.... oj ip S7
CATT1.B -First (lunlltr. 4 G3 CM W
HOOS-Western dp 5 00
2 red... CS
Corn No. 2 mixed ip 30
Oats No. 2 mixed 'C
patent 3 45 ff 3 65
2 red... 71 -it 72
Corn-Mixed U ZG
Wr. need your assistance In announcing; to the world the GREATEST REMEDY that Science
has ever produced, and you need our assistance to secure relief for yourself and friends
through SWANSON'S "5 DROPS."
It, so will "5 DROPS" un'alllngly conquer all diseases like Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia,
Lumbago, Catarrh of all kinds, ASTI1A1A, Dyspepsia, llackache, Sleeplessness, Nervousness,
tham: MAIiiv n month that I would havo to die. Ono day a lady rolled tn see mo and brought
moan advertisement of your "fi UllOl'S." 1 resolved to try It nnd sent for a samplo bottlo. Have
been takliiR It for tlircn weeks and Uavo norhad anattauk of took tho Hrst dose. 1
mr life. This statement la Positively true. Isballnlso take pleasure In
your "8 lUtOl'S" for the euro of NKUUAI.UIA. L. 11. SMITH.
151 Dorado Springs, Mo.. Nov. 27, 133U.
OB-SICE B Ri3 A T BO RU your"5 DKOrS"camotohandonthollthoflastmonthand
a STI C W BwB 8 Q2)iV9 waseladtorecclvoltforlwasBuirorltiKattbotlmowlthuntom
aconles. Tho first dosohelpod mo out of my pain on short notice. Uless theimraoof God forlt. It will do
all) 011 say It will, nticliuoro too. I had sovcro pains all over my body, when nltrht carao 1 could not sloop.
Tho worst pain was In my left leg. I could not. put my foot to tho Moor without sulTcringKrcat pain. Havo
ued four riltfcrnntklndsof mcdlclnof or HIIHuSTATIsni and cot norellef until lcot your "5 1) HOI'S,"
which Kavu mo Immediate relict as abovo stated. M AHTAN IIOWHU3, Box W, Caragbar.Oblo. Deo.lti, IM).
r0 r5 ft yfi tot'itablonuffererBtoBlre "5 DROPS" at least atrial, we will send a sample bottlo, pro"
cd &7 O pnllby mull forS..c. A'stmplo bottlo will convlnco you. Also, largo bottles (300 doses)
ll.W.6 bottlmifortV Koldbyusandasrcntn. iOKSTS tUNTKD In New Territory. Don't tvn.lt ! Write nowl
HWAXliOX HUr.U.MATlC OUlti: CO., IOO to IOI Lake St., OlIICAQO, IXiI
1" Leader" loaded with Smokeless powder and " New
'Rival" loaded with Black powder. Superior to all I
I other brands for
UNIFORMITY, RELIABILITY AND
Winchester Shells are for
j having them when you buy
Dr. Williams' IndlanTile
Ointment will euro Illlnd,
llloodlup und Itcblna
riles. It ubsorln the
tumors, allays tha
at onco, acts as a
lomuco.mves instant re-
HIH 0TO lf. I'rnnnrpd fnr I'IIas
and ItchluKof tho private
parts. At drunalstsor by
on rceelnt of nrlet . r.O coins and JCI.OO.
WILLIAMS Jlt'O, CO., 1'rops., Cleveland, Ouio.
Meat smoked In a few hours with
KRAUSERS' LIQUID EXTRACT OF SMOKE.
Made from hickory wood. Cheaper, cleaner,
sweeter, and surer than the old wsy. Send for
, circular. E. UllAVaLU Jh UUO.. Milton. 1".
frjj Best Cough byrup. anetcs Good. Cso RQ
k3 h time. Bold by drumilsts. ff
"I have used, your Hair
Vigor for five Years and am
greatly pleased with it. It certainly
restores the original color
to gray hair. It keeps my hair
.soft and smooth. It quickly
cured me of some kind of humor
o'f the scalp. My mother used
I your Hair Vigor for some
twenty years and Iikca it very
much.' Mrs. Helen Kilkenny,
New Portland, Me., Jan. 4, '99.
Wc do not know of any other
hair preparation that has Been
used in one "family for twenty
years, do you?
But Ayer's Hair Vigor has
been restoring color to gray hair
for fifty years, and it never
fails to do this work, either.
You can rely upon it for
stopping your hair from falling
out, for keeping your scalp
clean and healthy, and for making
the hair grow rich and long.
$1.00 a bottle. All druijlets.
Write the Doctor
If you do not obtain nil tho benefits you
deslro from the uso of the Vigor, writo
mu.iAH;ujruuuufc iu Auuress,
xir. j. u. jowuii, iuass.
DM 72Ci t! FOR 14 GENTS1
a C.VvS5ctrytT We wish to jriln thlsretr 200.0C0
,t n.'.T ciBiuiurm, nnu iinica un.r i
1 1'kR. Uitr Uirden Uert, ll'o (
Pkg.Kirl'iit KmeraldCncurabarlte j
Jjauroesu AiarnebLieiiucB, iug (
Htranbrrrr Melon, 15o
iil! Karlv nin f.'Abhftcp. 10a I
Harlr Dinner Onion, loo I
IJrllflantKlowerBeedi, llio i
nn, bi.uu. ior it ccihi. &i.iu ai
x mm ma :.. im-. "...5
tmPA ADOTDJU I KfCB. WPI,U .? l.UU, WO Will W
X rv matt too free, toeather with our G)
great UaUloctollloit all bout
lamps, tvu luiii.fuiiiwnu., .uu a
. know when yon once try Halzer's S
jip AfHJPS KgflPCtlH roairlll ne.fr do without.
N KlaJU b.'.'m.iw 9,ii, rrizeaun asuer b w
.... ..llA.t'l'Amatn fllant marth..rrl DS
j J011.1 1. Sll.imi SEED CO., LA II10SSE, HIS. S
Kcnd for "Inventor's
and "l'retcct Your Idea ,"'.
AT T .Mllo Jt. Slcvrna it i'o..
Wnshliiuton. 11. C. EsUMUhtd
Heart weakness, Toothache, Earache, Creeping Numbness, ftronchltls,
Liver and Kidney Troubles, etc., etc., or any disease for which wc recommend
it. "5 DROPS" Is the name and the dose. "S DROPS" is per
fectly harmless. It does not contain Salicylate of Soda nor Opiates In any
form. The Child can use it as well ns the Adult.
Read carefully what Mr. L. U. Smith, of Ml Dorado Springs, Mo., writes
us under date of Nov. 27, 1S99, also ..
Martan Bower. .of CBj.ar. Ohio. iEURALGiA
.under date of Dec. loth, 18.
Idonotknowhovrtooipross how wonderful 1 think jour "BDIIOPS"
ntptllntnc 1. I wna RntTnrlnir liit.in.Mlv with Tf KltRAT.nY A nnd thought for
sale by all dealers. Insist uponff
and you will get the best
, u '. ,. s: rsKx;
nBADERS OP THIS TArKK
UCSIKINa TO BUY ANVTHIKO
ADVISUTISICD IN ITS COLUMN3
SHOULD INSIST UI'ON I1AV1NO
WHAT THUY A8IC FOIt, ItEFUSINO
ALL BUBST1TUTU3 Oil IMITATIONS.
A. wjy Kt B
llaatha cndorspient of the
U. S. Government nnd all
the Leading Railroads.
OROPSYi NKW DlsrOVKRYi elvej
nulck relief and cures wors'
rases, hook of testlmnnlals nnd '10 dnis treatment
jurco iir, it. 11 uun.ii.no Du.ta, iids u, Aiinnta,ua.
A. N. K,-E 1795
'WIIKN W1HTINO TO AHVEIITISKKt
pieose stnte Ihtit you luw Hie AUve,rUo
tucm lu this pupcr.
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