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I TEXAS If Vr. Bull It also filibustering la lid of Cub there I little chance for ;tiln'a colonial system. SHORT BIOCRAPHICAL SKETCH . w OF THE OHIOAN. . Tt grorcher aometlme get acci dentally killed, a od we doubt If bf topa b: rapidity even then. "NVeyler ought to look upon the In (urgent! at newspaper correspondent &d order them out of the country. Our iculptora aetn to be at Rood at rarvlng each other' reputation aa they sre t working on the Ufrleaa niarble. It aeema to be hot rare between the hlnrh bug and the general financial condition on the Chicago board of trade. Of course New York ran hold a nc wneful world'a fair In l'.r0. Remem ber whit (he did with the (Irani mou-tmcntl . l.Iinburger cheese must not be con founded with our filled cheese, Llru burgcr In merely filled with a barm leu odor. Charie Harris, of Mies. Ohio, la inada a gavel from a piece of wood 'taken from the house MrKlnley was lorn In, and Charles doesn't want an t(T!cc, cither. iKin't worry about trifle. One day lat week a man tried to recover his ktt th.it bnrj blown off. and In doing . ao ioat hia footing, and waa carried vrr Niagara Kalis. fTarkaa II U War t I raw aa4 Perlaae ladr lha Mmi Trylaa t Ir nmisscM Kcnoaitit, Veoiaarlat aad Illaaataltlat. !0 EN. A. J. Warner of Ohio was bom In 1K34. In Erie County, New York. His father waa a native of Vermont and bia mother, Hepslbah D! Un ion, a native of Massachusetts. He lived on a farm In Erie County until eleven year old, when hi father moved his family to Walworth County, Wisconsin. Four year later hi father died leaving him the oldest of the fam ily at borne to take charge of a prairie farm. He continued to work on the farm until eighteen year of age, at tending district bool In winter when not required to do work at home. After fourteen year of age, however, much f bla time in winter was spent In haul ing wheat to the lake ports. At the age f eighteen be determined to acquire an duration and entered the preparatory lepartment at Uelolt College. From ibere he went to New York Central College, and by working vacations and leaching part of the time, succeeded without other help In going through college. In lS.'.S he married Susan E. Butts of Wayne County, New York, and went to Pennsylvania, where he be tame principal of the I.e'lHtown Acad emy, and afterwards superintendent of he public schools of Mllllln County. which office be resigned to take charge addltloa lo eronoule question, fee baa ITTnT VT rrft TlFATTT 1 r'"'T htia U,:x( ;K and kindred subje.t. and 1 a well equipped and capable b'lrlness man. BURIED WHILE HYPNOTIZED. Three boyt. reader of dime-novels, bave gone lo prison, one for life and the other for forty years each; but the publisher of the dime-novel ha hi liberty and doubtless much wealth. An Omaha mnn who was married lb other day made hi bride wed ding present of right bonds which he fcad forged. That fellow seems to have bad very unique Idea of the bonds of matrimony. While a Cincinnati man was deliver log li)0-pound block of Ice tha wrelghed thirty-five pounds one da) last week be was struck by lightning. l'rovlJence la nuking it hot for the abort-weight fiend. A Wisconsin paper' statement that "everything In Milwaukee appears to be boycotted except the boycott" la en tirely, to aweeping. The street car trlke floe not affect the use of hop. water for Internal irrigation. The Kansaa City Journal says "a "young woman wearing a Mother Hub bard waa on the street the other night riding a bicycle." We desire to retract ny derogatory utterance we ever made against bloomer. There 1 discord In the high school 1a Cartersvllle, Ga., because the band played "Dixie" Just a Edward liwelle finished an oration on "The New South." W. C. Kite assert Dwelle got the prlxe because the judges were In Uueneed by the musical c I Un ax. English newspapers which are com menting on the slowncHs with which the World'a Kalr nie.luls are being dis tributed also contain a paragraph which snys that the royal commission upon vaccination will, after seven years' deliberation. Issue Its final report before parliament rise in August. There I occasionally a poor boy who "ttii u" without going west to grow up with tlieoiintry. Look at BUly Murj'hy.' fur Instance. Many 1 year' ago William left Ireland and went to Ppnln to grow tip with the country. Ho Is now Count dl Morphl, private secretary to the queen regent of Spain and chamlierliiln o Alphon- "ao'XIII. and a grandee of the first class. Palatal R;rtarl Maraatly WltaaMad by '.rhl.l I.mImi Annlearaa. Morbid sentiment has apparently reached It height In England lo a re cent hypnotic exhibition at the Royal Aquarium, at which th subject was lit erally burled alive and allowed to re main so for six duys, say the New York World. The hypnotised man was sealed up In a stout casket, and, in the presence of the spectators, lowered Into a grave nine feet deep. The lid of the casket waa furnished with an aperture, and this connected with a shaft which led to the surface, making respiration pos sible, and also enabling spectators to view the fare of the burled man. At least seven feet of earth were shoveled on top of the coffin, and for the period of alx days It was not disturbed. On the seveutb day the racket was dug up In the presence of a large crowd. The man when awakened was apparently none the worse for his experience. The London Lancet, which prints the ac count of thla distressing spectacle, comments on it. saying: "It Is difficult to Imiiglne a mure revolting evperi ment than this. Even granting that these trances have any use whatever which we ourselves fall to admit there can be no possible excuse for making them more horrible thun they already are by burying the man. Any experiment It was dialled to perform could bine been done equally well by settling the man up In the box w ithout going through the details of burying him and digging him up again. More over, uinli r such circumstances It Is Impossible to give him aid quickly If he should need it, and, although acci dents muy be rare in hypnotism, their possibility is by no means to be neglected." VWFUL FATE OP THE SHAH'S OBSTREPEROUS WIVES- Ml 1 C.ES. A. J. WARNER. Twlng her orations before the Fed eration of Women, llelva Ixickwood bld in her baud a largo umbrella wh which she mphai ii' d l r tHiints, but aome depraved perwoti of the tyran nous sex stole It and It afterwards turned ur In the Kentucky State Con vent Ion at Lexington, win re it ;ut wd as a gnvd. If there Is uny chiv alry left in Kentucky, Mrs. l k wood's timbiell.t will U' returned to her with whatever repairs it may need. LI Hung Chang, the rehnhllltated ChliK se dipliuiiat. Is cu his way hoina i fruiii K;i. :n. b nviiiK a trail of gold j ami Jewels behind him. Empernr Will- j lain Is the- Litest reilplent of this' Orlcntiil bun:.,), ;.-id with tjplcnl eenn- ctny ri pull the obLg.i'iou with un j f the Vnlon schools at Mercer in west- frn I'ennsylvanla. He entered the army m April. as Captain of a com pany composed largely of students, Which became a part of the Tenth Pennsylvania Regiment. He was pro- tooted successively to Lieutenant ol ncL Colonel, and hrevetted llrlgadler General; served In the Army of the Potomac until after the battle of ttysburg. participating In various battle and was severely wounded at Antietam. At the dose of this buttle ae was recommended for promotion to llrlgadler General, but his recovery sclng doubtful his promotion was with held. After severe operation, noted n the Surgical History of the War. he lufflclently recovered to Join his com mand, then near Washington, and al IIioukU uuablc to walk except with the ild of crutches, he went through the Settysburg campaign with bis regi ment, fighting over Llttie Round Top ind first occupying the ground between Round Top and Little Round Top. After hi command had crowd the To lomar he returned to the hopltl for further treatment of his wounds and not being able ataln to lake the field was commissioned by l'li-siibnt Lin coln. Colon. I in ti e Veteran Reserve fori' and had conitnnsnl ul Indianapo lis during the troubles thinv He re signed this cntntiiis-inn in lM'i. While ;.mching he s:mli's l.iw ami was nd- THE OLDEST MASON. III. thlHH H. Iteming af lieaeaeo, W at Mora In I sol. Charles K. laming, of Genesco, HI., Is probably the oldest living mason In America. He was born on Oct. 8. 1S04. t flaiidsflcld, Mass. When 12 year old he came west with his par.nta a far as Ohio. The trip was made with a yoke of oxen and the emlgiants wean six wicks making the Journey. They stopped at llrunswli k, Medina County. Not It. t ; bifore the Demlngs passed through the county the ltrltlsh had burned lluffalo. and Cleveland was an Insignificant town. The elder Iiemlng bought a farm In Medina County and te la 1)11. W Helew I alats Hera4 k; faaaaals aatea for rarasMaa af Barter aad I'lrtare at lslera tat HE RECENT as samlnatlon of the 8hah has brought Persia Intothe pub lic mind of late. No one who bus not bei n there has any idea what a strange country It ts. Whcu one reache Teher an he goe cen- turl.a back Intothe )arbarisin of the east, despite the fact .hut the capital of the Shah is the nost progressive city of the klng lom. The veneer of Europe Is at T.ptd. but it la very thin. What nest Interested me during my ravel In Persia was to get Into ron ersation with Persians of Intelligence ind lead them to give me their Ideas tbout the outside world and tell me itorli of their own countiy, which .hey firmly believe to be not only the seet. but the most powerful In the world. This, of course, was possible 'hrough my Interpreter. 1 remember ne hlh!y interesting piece of Informa .lon, which, though It rather stagger .i me at first, was told me In good 'alth, and t have since heard It cou irmed. Teheran Is surrounded by a ugh wall and a moat, and the I'enslans ny this wall early suggested Itself as t most convenient place for disposing )f superfluous and Inconvenient per ilous. The ditch Is usually dry. anil a 'all from the top to the ground Is al nost sure to prove fatal. Probably the ihahs of Persia have had no trials In ill their history which ran compare In ierloiisn.es to the difficulties which a tarem full of Jealous and unruly wives alii create. Even the most merciful ting has at times been forced to resort o severe measures, and the city wall t such Juncture has been the regular means of disposing of the ladles who aused the trouble. Peveral bodies of eautlful women once were found In he ditch by peasants wandering about he outside wall, and the peasant did lot have much difficulty In guessing low they came to lie there. The aver- ige Persian peasint Is a shrewd and mphlatlcated person, with an eye con- iuually out for the main chance. In- ismuch a In Persia as In all Moslem ountrlea a beautiful woman has a de Inlte commercial value, theae men la- nented that the king should have al- owed so much high-priced property o be aarrlflced. They also grieved ha, good and desirable wive ehould e dead In the rlty ditch when loyal mbject like themselves worr.ed along vlth very second-rate establishments. The reflection presently took a more iratleal turn, as the pjiclblllty of pro- Itlng by the king' maintenance of lomrstlc discipline dawned upon hem. The eunuchs who were entrust id with throwing the unhappy ladles iff the ramparts always performed the peratinn at a fixed spot so th'it It was in easy matter to watch for the fall of he discarded wives. The Ingenious ountrymen did this, fleet spreading a hick cushion of hay upon the bottom f the ditch. The next Clue a condemn d beauty was plti hel over she landed jfely on the hay and although some that shaken up. was entirely unln tired. In the darkness the attendants in the wall were unable to see either he hay or the men crouching In the noat. $uppts)ng. therefore, that all vas well, they returned to the harem ind reported that they had carried out heir Instructions. As soon as they ere gone the crafty peasants hiding Velow picked up the astonUhed sultans von, supposing she must be dead, fan led that they were attendants In the rophet's paradise. Rhe was soon un lecelved, however, and Informed Very slalnly that it she preferred to go ack into the sultan's hands they would we that It was arranged. If not hc frotiid better understand th.it .1 radlrul niDrovcmont lu her disposition was wul.fc o:frtu J We are told by the New Y(a Evcn- bnda envied J wondr V'- lB 8un ,h,t bkU,t ct .i-tms A. HERMANN. 1 a-hlle . popping the ques: cn had Its ! 'origin hi the natural and unavoldablu PUNCTURUO THE TIRE. weakness of the knee-joint of the man 1 ho did the business. Of all the lecn- A Itslllaanaka V I. loo. siriaa Whrlmn llUalilea the Wheel. MZi! inon Llan Hanks, a.'slLtant ticket agent at tae I'nion D'pi:. uj oiling with Cyrus Oliiiiam along the public high way, two miles east of lUytown Mo., the other day when they came across a iHrge rattlenake In the middle of the road. The serpent msde no effort to get out of the way of the wheels, and Hank decided that he would kill It by riding ovetl Its head. Hut the moment the front wheel of the bicycle struck the snake it roiled up and began strik ing at Hanks. Its fangs punctured the rubber tire and let out the air. The man quickly dismounted, and Rink', killed the stnke with a atone. He tied the rnttler In a handkerchief, brought It to Hie city and placed it on exhibition In a glass Jar at the I'nion Depot. The snake n.c.u urm forty -two Inches and has three rattles :.nd a button on the Is going to have the skin (aimed for belt. 11,1ns been many years since rattlesnake u seen In the vielnlty of Kay to a. To rattlesnakes always trivil tor '.-"r, ad .Mr. Ranks says he V PI NCTCREH THE TIRE. is going out shoitly for the mate of lha one he killed. BR AXEMAN'S FEARFUL RIDE. Hinging la hiinoinrf ip'ooialloii that coi.t only 1m,.d to the bar a! Indianapolis In f i w tin. iks and n f.-w o ld words. Omit m;:,, but lni.t"ad of taking up the pnic Ll experts to pa s thiough the I'nlt.'d ;((. iP lo.at. d nt M.ni' ti.i. Ohio, mid Stales (in Ms tour of oh-ervutlon In ngiig' d In busiiii ss; nt fli -it In the pro rili r to s:inly o:ir pnLtlcU Instltu- I lui tlnu of nil. In w hl h his kno 1. .ge tun.s. 1 ;if ginlopy was gr.nl value to llllll, I lubm UMcntly he . iiu.i' il in the con struction of r.il'ioad-i and In the pro I ilucttnn of coal and iron. lie represetit.d the Marietta district I in the 4Mb., tvh and 4'jth Congresses. He was among the first in the muittry 'to champion the cause of ilvrr, and A Fl'.ini-'i paper thinks tb.it In ise fit a war b'tuc n Spain and thl.i coun try til" southern si.it. s would secede and Joiti Ihe Spaniards, mid as a result the in. ion if Ihe states would smash Its. If into mlnuti particles. Tbfre are many i-rlls of this kind Hint are a j.,al p,,M,t,nlly mlv.H and. in speeches rreat, iiiii.olt to foreign powers tiua't iMit. an tbltig about 1L that t Turks and Spaniards li'n.- got In a r tl iP-,U of ttooilv work this ear, 4unk:.'.i.riiis that It is so near the ei d of a century of so muih culig'at. hut lit and Mitre:-.. I ind numerous papers, the rcstniatioti f the bliiie'iillic unndard In the I'u'd States. He has bu n president of American Hum tallic League suu e Its 'orniatlon, and Is iio presidmt of the American UliiicMliie Vnlon whl. n rep resents all of the lion-polUKl bltuctal lc ors.iuUatiou in the ctuutry. In .1 vt :- C. R HEMINO. woikcd It until lJ. Tho younger Iteming l.ft ruining In Hint year and In bJ.'i he went Into Ashland County, was married In lv'.o and returned to the farm near Urunswlck. Two years A HAREM REALTY. rr.n. r:.: iviv Vn.ler Uh'm- clrcunis'.-tii'es .he poor lady bad l.o'hlng else to d ui ncceiit tlie sliiiaiioti with the be. race she knew how. mend her temp ind hope that she would soon be sold o a husband who would give her the later he removed to Anhlatid County i uxurles haVli she had b-en accustom aad embarked In trade. From ls.".2 until lst'it he traded In rattle and In the last named year came to Illinois and i-ettled In Henry County, where be has llred ever since. He vas twice sent to the Ohio legislature. Ills ini tiation Into masonry took place In Ohio In is:1!. Notwithstanding his greal nge Mr, Iiemlng keeps pare with the march of modern progress. He reads the dally papers, and takes a special tn terext In politics. His hra'.'.a Is good, bis eye clear, and his niltul bright id to lo; the shah s wife, since wouie lever . vpo-e their fai in Persia ex epi to their husbands It was no! dltll ult to tin' Ideality of thrfo re ned belle a profound secret. During h. re-Uti of the f.itlu r o the lat ' shah t la s.'ii I thai so many wive came ovei he w..'.l that two peasants rose from il.J ct rtrr;y lo flln''i.ce and were ild.' to buv lilies nt niihlllty, Iwsliies fo'kiiis their own herein with the :1101c r:v.er. !n f.c !:s over wboai telasm of thla prtiod that is the mean at. It I a blow to poetry and the pretty foolishness of love which must he rebuked. It I fuM hood. It Is un utterable Injustice to two-thlr.lH of the romance of all the ar.es. Though, to be sure, he is a tough or a very stupid man who doesn't knuckle and wobble t little on thoi-c tremendous occasions. Truly, friends, po'.ltl al enthusiasm Is not without Its material aspect of tit till y. With the help of a campaign button and a Jack-knife, ufter the roar of battle Is stilled, any man can help to bold trousers and bracts toother. III! SlplS IT Does Le3'ie Bush, Asst. School Land Ccmmitsionor, of Cuthne, Oklahoma. Territoriot Mil, oil, Couaff ot Lo;an. ( " my-J'isl tl.li.k -rrrry bullle of lliat'( Haru parilla e ml.!H I - U.ises. Thii ! true oi.ly n. Sarsapai'illa The One line I,(nhI I'.irir'er. aT.I.-muiH (k HoOd'a PlllB '":re t'-riisisni , lirsil.rua. , A I'lETKODISr HIMSTEB Strict e 1 Down t Chtrsh-DinMsd sli" Counalltd .( Oil Vp Kit CUrlfal ' Dufrt I off eras Iatoaioly. 4 ysaupila, Mh-annIUm a.4 llmneblal Irou il.r u'.u I ami'lalrl? rnz venoremedie:s. !e Spenks of III t ojinvirt oii Npeedv ore tt ti a Risiiacr. .sii i Tll Tev A, A ii... I I ii, nit v, lloyer eaat Mia '.H or the rlean.s. Freight Ilrakeman Krank M. IJuyer, of the Chicago and Kastern Illinois railway, remain to tell the story of an experience one night recently that lu !'.i'J cases out of l.ouo terminate in a sad scene at the morgue. Railroad men. accustomed to hazardous chance. realise the slight opportunity for escape afforded the brakeman who falls between two cars while the train is In rapid motion. Hover ran make his story of his something short of a miraculous escape from Instant death sound more thrilling than any chap ter of fiction. A the freight train rolled Chicago- ward through Chicago height. Hoyrr attempted to step from the "derk" of one car to another, miscalculated, and plunged down between the cars. He mlased the draught Irons and fell to the ties la the renter of the rails. That Mi form beiame limp and immediately prostrate is evident. Otherwise the unfortunate man would have been caught by the first brakebeam and ground Into a shapeless mas. Almost uefore he realised his perilous posltlou one pair of trucks had passed over Hover body. Another brake beam flashed oer bt:n, followed by third set of trucks. Short as the time was - fraction (fa minute -it afforded a year of thought to the railroad man. Instinctively he realized that all brake- beams were nqt ot a uniform height from the ties. Some had brakebar an gle Irons projecting that. If they struck him. would cut him Into fine pieces. Resides, the creaking wheels made ominous music Hover was strong of arm and back from constant "high bail twisting" at the brakes, and no stop watch with splits ever o fine could record the time It took him to tlete. mine upon a desperate attempt to save his life. The fourth truck was pass ing over his body when, with an almost aiipcrhutuan eltort. he elevated his shoulder, seized a brakemd and swung his body onto the brakebeam. It fts a feut unparalleled In the stories of narrow escapes told by railroad men. Safely lodged on the narrow brake heim. In whl''h position many a "Weary Willie" has ridden "first-class, no faro," Uoyer succumbed to Ihe ter rif.c shock to hU sstj-m. Vncon si lonsi'o.-s spi eared to lie slow ly creep ing ov. r him, nud a new danger threat rned the braketuHii. Hut his arms locked wit'a u death like grip upan the iron tc.ls cf the ear fittings. in this londilloti he rode nine miles. At 1 Hi l lon Hover was mi.-.-cd by the trala crew, and the tinlii was brought to u standstill while se.-.rch as Instituted for the lu.iLi in.iu. Draught Irons were examined, and nccldi ntally llo. r was illMov.ri'd recumbent upon tie br.ikebram. Immediately be ... taken tj Ihe riboo.e and made to:.; fort. .Me upon ciiihloi.s. S.nnlhrrail hr Mnllrn l.lt. A fit:il acid, at happ. in d In I Ii.ii.i an I (Voi:;e Ml near, ol 1'airlii Id. Ion.: They l ad !'' n n.anula. tui !:; gdi with ih.' X rays. Having a iuiin!i,,i of the metal transformed they w.ue prep-iri.ig to ran It Into bricks, when they met their death by a large cruel ! ef molten gold falling upon them They r' ambled while carrying It, the liquid tnetnl How in over th.lr heads, hanl.nltig Instantly and s:iio:herlug both to d".r.h. In removing tho gold, the face of the victims showed bill little dUfUun :u nt, mt perfect dill of their fctuiH bad wceu ciadc. r.r.nr.llv at rrr. d l.rfura nt. Mm. HMn- re. a niur rutair. in srol f r laid ro iiiir. on Ihsslsna date. I.r.lir ll.i-li hii rl b lr uln a.,ro it' '' snU Thl1 ilxul ihrrr r r,..r 0. Mpiemliar. IS"'', his hair reptlniull) r...a "Ul unnl he "i W.,r.K slnio.i l:a tt.l In s-ee'emher. I'W ha t..n In tan" ll-.e lre '-e i.irrt fi.r r J se.l fur matir J hr Knoallua t'ndrln C..m.aii st tl fir iir..a It. ll ilhrie likta ; tl.al In a "h it tu" thrreaftsr Ms hair rriitnl l fall out sl 'I N-IMli 'n llncVeli. thsl ha rm'.lmurtt lh tr. still. nt daily t" Ih.rlr oai. ana thai '!' llii tir.ie hn hair haa rontinurd t.i tliekrn anJ si" ir 'a' until a. a- II la s:ne.t aa tin ami ,ruroua u It fur was. l.rsi.ii: rt'i. Suh-titel arid anorn to bf ta Bin thla j Ulh dan al Kelituaiy. IS'.1 S.all M M.INVtiK. Wy cunimlaali'n tlrea Auiml vnh ll'. Krjtl.tni la lmr..aiM. A few ar , (an auulJ hat hotr4 at tl Htra ot lu. , a nkutesrarh thruiish a bri. k wall ii Hi a ' rj linn Is bf us 4'i riat-Jli. In sVubt that ar.ytbtiK rail grow hair ea hi I hraJi. Whr' Siniilir b.auaa t"U lia Srr ara II d"ti r h..... tha(a. hs. brr ar.-rl.eil llfua and tlinr asain br cthrr lau-rallrdi rrai.rrra. Mr. Butn. anaa affdavtl I i'n ai-uv. bad aa mr UHh than you ha. Ilia riprrirn. is anly una I In a tbruasnd. You seed ret lak eur and slnaa. Writs . tor Ih liandrtin llrra: and trad what ! kundrrda aay. Indira. It f"U would bav brautltul lialr I oft and Uhf in aa Ih aanwSakra DulTv and ixl luiutianl l bra u IAN Jt: It INK- II anr. thrn alwa.a. All drussiaia. vr aral aa rr. npl af price, Ii.m r" b-tti. hnowlton t'AvrinniNR ro. Uuthri. Ok.akuu 9L. I iHirLV-'"''' pirn W Id II A Turkish turban of Itie greatest lire contain Ir.'tii ten to twenty JarJs of the lineal snftrst itiu-1 iu. Sallaaal luaul.si (aaiaalisa al . I. aula, Jnl V'.arl. I SOU. On a.sj-ount of tin' iils.vc in. tit l.iitl nttraitlon tin Inui M italii Itoiu - will sell tickets fr.un nil points on tin' line t St. Louis (or one faro for th" Mllli.l trip. Tl.keta will Ih- on sab Julv I'.Mh. 111111 ami '-'lat. with tlual limit for n turn July I'Ttli. lvs;. Write or call on repp si ntative of the colli imiiy for full luforiiiiitnui. J. C. I. Tniv. luiaT I'usm iig.-r Agent, Austin, Texas. In Johannesburg there is a saloon lo every 2.M" of the white populati. u It the rlal'T Is attlnc teeth. n.nrn1 H-. -''I as., mr lr r. f ! . Sw Wiaauwa a auvtaika a.ai r f . k.. u. iwit.i r. MeN Ht. of llra-lnr, I , .i-eti In oatli sava Hr-rtnrr, o. Ac H. l"'l Vt.ia l lo errtlfy llt- lia -r)in..a.l-m-li. mT . I s K ' r Uma-di : s'iO lu'il a. 1h hn llt af ii v l.fr. rfiel I nci new alrna & .-ai of as I lav tii.il rv.m- tlaetr I .-..-ii I hi mr of ami W w K-.U-ii)lr ef ,i...-''.ra ale I I ' . I la e-et r f wanrf. rwf f--e taa I iiav of hi v l.i 1 teirrli.i ! V. ii"'a rura I v. hvrtin ulel llr l.lo 1 iiii.l. an. I I f'.iie.l al- i t In-iiu t illrf I S I.sr.l Vllmi nir.il- f-mr new for -lia ;i ml haii bait four w. -ka' ao'lil .-..in'ntl I I. rii IK'W fir from alO, aii'l ran renin, lo my . rk f.ril.is wrll wl.li h, lor Un- lull to ienr t I I in aT e h n lit y Ii l'l t" -a'i m o.mt ef , l iUf hatrirl !l"- f lava. mii'-li ror e-lrni-r in tli i. ill. Hi Icr I, 41 It b .'en fm ma, snri Sn tt Is ' .':. fer elbrr- bsri , thai I sn neiln as -I,.-lii In a.l.ina the Vaun lu IK ami .an I anl.y t-ri it hrr laal iiuu(ll la siiliplv tli .leirtp-l, itt:v a r v ni tt 'tra.lnrr. WoI fi'iiniy, O. rtbo.l. I'liOralant (lilintl ''at i.f " II io, I .w..I fniihty i lr.ieH at i.rnrd hafnc m. W tary publii, it. an I fur the (fli I e...mtv, th Jlv A V XI. Vuil win.. e'r, c?" v.orn. dr. larr . that th abav au 'n.t la true hnurn ! I f r mr arj n- ai rtliru in TO 'rar.ur .1111 i ' w Ai. !. J..IIV W. V'V A NT Nntsrv TuMIc V1111. will rtnuM ra'taor-llearr T-iwrr nf h V. no an,!!ite n lha far) of rortl ldirirri. ' VKNu.I .I'HiTTVr: PTfifP ts the lat and nnlv a- rrilfli- eur tt rm-nr.-tlv n:r.a naUr'a tet.i:i ami fr, ami IhornurM eurra cmarrh constia li. n ami llv.r tr-e'ib' ll strmirtlirna ine nrri,- rlrais th brain liii"rn'a the atomnh anil fe'llra t- b.Hl Iravteaj 1.0 III rr-..a Tal mrA.rin haa for Ma !v1v tl" frrr,.! I.lam1'll'' l w'r. the grrat e- itn .'i- rr anil hi iet purlflar. nr-'i a I'-n .-.1 -'S VFvea yt e,i-T,'ti' ri.t'tn will cure th wr.rt an.1 m-l dentwra raas ef t-urn'lrn. ta-atvala. i-itti'a n..raU ri 'i1 all an.1 fsina No rnme t ilraM 1m ar"l r--t the mr.1ti-ina Thra I r M a SS rrnu aai-h lvr fi.r Ik. . Km ymtr itrnralrt ta t Venn s Cnra'l q..-n --- . t-.w...-. k-;tit ir Yny a.r f M(-W.-Vr Ta, t'ATPRIf i .I'Ht'l r.llrvra In I minulrs. IV. At drug storaa. IASTQRYOFGQLD g Ar.d D:::r:f!.:3 cf Crl;;!e Creek. tr. tift lllmirttt. a awn rat oiaa-r V a-, . ..i O ... .... w a-lial. rr. U Casts. a.l a t arr.4 ah S nl. rt a4 u.-..a alii 1 laaii.S Kentucky hhiklajcr. hs X 0 W. CRAWFORD. IJ'J NaianK tmjlf. CSIcst. til a negro wttiMii i;KctW0fN1tnMM I helieie l'io's llire ts Ibr enly niwll lu tb.il will cure ii'.imi l' n Anra M. H.xa, iVllliam-pcrt, Is, Nov. L'.'Wb. The wars ol Ihe ls-t seventy jcars have coat Ilii"! t l.Ti.V'i .' ami the lives of iU.imsi men. Jot. 11 Hull liniorta ioii.mHi.M o rgf uiiiua'.lv. The aluiae brspe.l 011 a n.sn ia often .he tai bo bays fur I r iukj to advance ryrll:i(. Hall's ( alarra Turn a ramalit ut IooaI i .rr. I'r ce, TV. Tulin Univertity of.Louisina. It. .a.i.iui f.'f 'Miia'i". ai ir a - afc- a'..iir. aal al..ir..aii. a-.-l-.ial .a' a 1 rrr a-r i.r .. r-l ' aa il. H ... Hal V") n aiid . a 1 .Ii. a'. i.t.'iaii. ai.'.iai ii.i. i..a aa fcr ... . i-Im Ir.l ami." I- l,w ' .a.al.f l. r a I 1 Hlllll. a Li. ii.... 1. m. m u hki I i 1 a a.Ht I ia- Kive liiimlrcil live In l osta. tiioui-.niil Cliillle When you come in hot And thirsty,-H!RES Root- becr. HW'sif b Te MiaM fltmr tS frl L-w4V a-iasT -aa fta4 f te ) aaM. I if a DAV la I r U I .n.i,ia.a.i4 CI la) I ft I aMtll-aUrrkliSk n n.ai, laat. Hi Jnay la laraal. X Klaa. tiTlfck SSulStka, Uviuaaa, alprt. 1.1a, . iT S rnr I tV- n. I intr - rit, f M. r lit.l .1 1 B . ,.f ,r hlmr'a.'ra' Ni-raa Hri.rrr. Iiwll t . ' at a ' .wui att-a l a. kuis.iali .r i.m. lit ..ii a.l a t'oiiiiterfcil hard mldicr 1 n IV 1 1 1 1 n t . i- 111 ie of I -inao . Ili.. i lJ...allirtv r la rM...h. t t r !'.! -t On )-. r l.. I ilHS Uuak I a 1 1.1. k li t Alt.it. 1.L, I. aLi.iiua. 0. d . She ba rot as far north as Mon- , treal, rnd I i lypew rlteuse" Is wkat i they call her up there. I BLACKWELL'S 1 1 1 A.'nK!T I DUFIHAM -, K-V-; I - -,, '.f '-f ViMlreT-. 1 . . j, . 'i"" l"V' h 1", S l . I n ,l' I I .vrs h-y Uh4MmY YYS-r-. I 11' " X I . L" V f - on Vtlll etml OMI-4MV' liiklJr fndi two OiuitP ud two rvnpniu lntilr tact funr finnro ban of I'tarl vtU'a Durham Uuy tt hug ot tUU rrlttirutitl lutiitrr ait 4 rratl tho ronpon kit ll flrn lt (if w-alttfthlr prrt tnim kVal'l how lo r t i!nm rr y k - HXJ, 1 1 .J- I v n t ',:'Y -Y. 'r :.