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Were Madly in Love.
a*o, Ocu». 22.-r--Wh.ile . grieving ie dual life she was leadin« with ville Burnett, a prominent dent •B. Charlotte Nicol, wife of W. L. jr., commercial agent of . the I He, Chattanooga & St. Louis iy, committed »rough hotel. Burnett also tried hia life at the same time, but »successful, two ►man pierced with a hatpin, a bottle L] in his hand and the gas turned [n every one of the six jets in the I Dr. Burnett is still alive, and len arrested. of the rooms was found a note by the woman which told of ►son for the act. She said: whom it may concern: "I did use I loved him better than any earth, and he loved me, and iot be separated. Goodbye. "CHARLOTTE." ate, supplemented with a state ade by Burnett, tells of the enacted by tihe two lovers, iddlesboro, Ky., John Gray rested as principal, and George is an accomplice in the shoot robbery of H. T. Colgan, pay of the Virginia Coal and Coke y, last Thursday, at Middles tolgan was robbed while on his the furnaces from the Manufac bank. Eaton made a partial Ion, implicating three other |d a woman. It is said the I has fled into Harlan county fe money. Eaton and Gray were [n jail at Pinevillle. will year, can and bar will suicide in the were found in their rooms, dead and Burnett with his e lolumltlHH Hebel» Lose Lon, Jamaica, Oct. 22.—Lettefs re fere from Panama say the Colom leia lost heavily in a battle near it Tuesday. The rebels are eon L- in a camp in the neighborhood. I sides are preparing for a elash, I is expected, will largely deter I fate of the revolution. .osebery is said to be engagea listory of the Stanhope faml vhioh he is connec ed through (er. more Catarrh In this section of the all other diseases put together, he last few years was supposed to For a great many years doc jnced It a local disease, and pre ll remedies, and by constantly fall b with local treatment, pronounced e. Science has proven catarrh to ltutiunal disease, and therefore re stitutional treatment. , manufactured by F. J. 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New Fire"Net liver and k.dney troubles. Many Dhy.ict.ns prescribe and recommend it. Do not fail j 10 ,r - T lt ' 1 ~ .. . __ i Dpeams toll tales which waking ! hours would consign to oblivion. t Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 14.—Tho vain* | of Garfield Tea, the herb cor«, is raf i «-'«• « i all disease« of the liver» kidneys, atom* bowels; it purifies the blood . . * . , . _ ***d lays the foundation for health, f j»t* of growth I1U j nol* overtake Canada in popula* 1 11011 1902. „ , . . .. . Old love letter« are landmarks which Tims handles with tender touch.