San Antonio Daily Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 168, Ed. 1, Monday, August 2, 1886 Page: 1 of 4
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San Antonio Daily Light
Volume VI. Number 168.
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 2 1886.
Only 95 a Year
Me Hri lL Hosiery
Fans and Parasols.
Our immctmo iisiurtiiiont of Summcr'Drcss'Ooods Is rcnlonlKlmil
jvookly during tlio houboii liv now Hlilpiuunta nml tlio latest novcltlus
tronddod to our nlrendy woll-soloctoil Btook of Wlilto Goods Nain-
sooks MusIIiih Lawns Organdies Percales I'crciilitics Utamincs
and Canvas Cloth.
-LACES AND EMBROIDERY ;
Wo carry tlio largest stock of llelgo-Oolorod Egyptian Oriental
in white cream and beigo-colored in Klonncing All-Over and Narrow
to match at prices lower than lino goods gonerally aro sold.
tVo nr ahead or all competition as re-
gards prices quantity and styles.
Wo oller;tue greatest bnrgalnB In fancy
goods it well as In tint (tuple tines.
Main and Military Plazas San Antonio Texas
JAMES P. HICKMAN JR. PROPRIETOR
Convenient to nuslnris editor with best nocom raw Jut Inns. Ml)
A. A. it F. A. BROOKS.
ROBERT H. HUNSTOCK.
LOOK T(t VOIM OWN INTnitlOT ANII I'ATllONIZIi
THE POPULAR COIER DRUG STORE.
L. ORYNSKX &CO
WholesaleaiiO Rolail Mwtnh Dispensing; Pincists
Puro Fruit Syrups and IcoCuM Soda'and Mineral Waters constantly on uruuirlit.
"w. or. HZOLijiisriD
1 4 Commerce Street San Antonio
Curries the laryeBt Btook of linn
INDIA CHINA AND JAPAN TEAS
JAVA MOCHA MARACAIBO RIO Etc.
TKI.Kl'IIONK NO. 1IM.
ELKHART CARRIAGE & HARNESS M F C CO.
livery uupv hoiu uy ttieinnn
rU . We bATn no AKt-nt tut for
i twelve yean have dealt with the con-
inu Wuiuiyrrvlxhtbolh wa
uc mi m ww a .i.l t.
iTl V -JHX tie
Nu. 1 farm llarnr... ?:l.00. I) l.paga Illii.tratod CatAlogu
. AJdreu W. II. 1'llATT. Hacretarr. Elkhart Indiana.
STRICKER & ZOPFS
and Clock Repairing. Only the rat
NO. as 3 C'OMMKKt'K STKKKT.
F.W. MCALLISTER & BRO.
101 103 AHD ZOS S. ALAMO K. COR. VILUTA'
iAM ANTONIO TJ.JLA
We aro Wholeiale and Retail Dealnrfl In Am
White I.tmo Beit Urandi of Dark' Uotcndalo and
Imported ISnirllih Portland Cement Plaster
Parti and Long Goat Jlalr and would atk you tc
Call or wrlto ua for prices before purchasing clio
whore. Pleaio mention thla paper.
FIT EASE AND COMFORT
Men a pchtile Qont Shoe made to order for $:
uu uniiera iiihoo ror
ltepaliing while you wait.
Mon'a ahooa hair olodand hied;froin7So. Ladles uliot's httlf;sole4 ami heeled from BOo
GOLDEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE
S. a. WITCHELL - - Agent
No. 31 Soladad Street .... San Antonio Texas.
Oysters Fish and Game.
Riverside Cafe Restaurants
Bcholz'i Hall Corner of Commerce and Loaoya 8treets
..lajTLunoh and Meals at all hours. Kverrthlng'ierved In Flrst-Clai. Btvl
route waltors In attendance. 7-vMm
LATEST TELEGRAPH NEWS
From nil Tartu of tlio aiotxt. Con-
flensed and Dolled Down.
Dallas lias received her first bale of
cotton and Is happy. It was a long
me gelling in.
Abba Liszt the crest n anlat. wliohas
been 111 fur tome time at Beyrouth ll
Die Hpanlsh cortex has taken steps for
e speedy emancipation of the 2C.IU0
slaves still held In Cuba.
The sittings of the Snanlah cortex
have been suspended by a royal decree.
Two subordinate officers of the French
army at Algiers fought a broadsword
uei anu one 01 mem nau nis nean spin
Bismarck and wife are at Munich on
their way to Oastlen.
The British government claim to have
received no notification of the distress
ported as existing on the coast or I.a-
Ilenrv Mathews the new home secre
tary receives his appointment at the
iiggestion oi me queen wno was
naslied on his defense of the English
home life In the Crawford dlvorco trial.
The governor of New Foundland tele
graphs the colonial offloe that he has
"rrason to bcllevo that the report of
starvation In Labrador Is absolutely un
Cutting still wrans the American flag
around him and lies down In a Mexican
A pleasure yacht with 1C ladles and
gentlemen en route from 1'hlladelphla
to Now York was shipwrecked In a gale
off Sandy Hook on Saturday morning
and seven lives lost.
1'lcnlcs barbecues and camp-meetings
are all the rage at Milam county. A
forgery by one 13. N. Johnson varied the
usual order last Saturday.
Welbarger county Instructs for lion.
. I. Matlock for com gross.
Nolan countv Is on the Mexican ram-
age and wants Uncle Sam to shoot or
and over me gun 10 Texas.
Harbor Island has 1.W (Trailers actively
at work on the San Antonio and Aran-
sas l'ass road bed.
Dallas bad a 30(10 mass-meeting to res
olute and a band to toot defiance to
Mexico on last Saturdav evening. Oov-
ernor Ireland was cordially backed up
and the determination was general to
irotect Texas citizens uy stale military
f the United States authorities at Wash-
nirton oonllnuederellct In dutv to Amer
The hotiso of renresentatlves having
rejected the report of the conference
measure may be considered dead for
i'he president approves the Ualveston
publlo building bill.
The sundry civil service bill disposed
of congress will be ready to adjourn
i nere is a ueaa iock in lue conierssscf
committee and when It will break no
Every dav this week after to-day.
has been designated as the probable date
oi aujournmeni oi congress.
The county coiumlssleners of Shaokel-
ford county have been called upon to
meet and devise some measures of relief
for the fanners of that county who are
cropless and moneyless. It Is proposed
to lenu such as cannot remove ineir
families eutllolent to procure them grain
anu supplies lor nexi years crop.
The Agricultural Wheel of Arkansas.
will probably put forth a state ticket
There are said to be 30000 voting spokes
in me wneei.
The United States senate has cost'
poned the consideration of the Nloaur
agua treaty until December.
The El 1'aso democracy favor either
Swain or Brackenrldge for governor but
senu uieir ueiegaies uninsirueieu
Cooke countv convention took the
cakes from both Harris and San Antonio
In the way of row. The rlngsters found
themselves In a minority and piked out
after vainly trying to carry a resolution
lor adjournment. Aiiouier none or con
tentlon for Ualveston to gnaw over
St. Louts claims entire recovery from
the stagnation of last spring and reports
me most encouraging outlook lor manu
lacturesand trade or ail kinds.
Cbloago Is on the run with dynamite
scares and every day some canard Is set
on foot. The latest Is the finding of a
largo dynamite bomb on the main floor
ofUlbbs & Malum'a store 270 West Krle
street the fuse of which went out of Its
The Galveston drill grounds will be
opened to no one until Tuesday
Tlio Houston Knights of Labor are
making arrangements for a grand pic
During the past year the Houston and
Central Texas railway treated at their
tnnrmary in Houston iuu-j oases and d;
looal eurgeons along the Use. 749: total
2411. A pretty good hospital list for one
The llrvan Itllles have tendered their
services to Governor Ireland for a whack
llrazoa county farmers have nonil
nated Aoiot lluohannan for the state
About U0 members of Colonel Wood'
regiment answered roll oall at San Mar
coa Saturday; C000 people were present
and Oovernor Ireland Oustav Cook
General Uee Colonel Woods and others
There Is a blgstrlke In the Drummond
tobacco factory St. Louis. It Is really
the old question of ten or eight hours for
a uay a work.
A lire In the Indian Orchard cotton
mills Massachusetts destroyed the en
tiro mill last Saturday. The comnanv'i
loss Is $300000 and 300 hand are out of
Cutting has not yet been sentenced
and the Chihuahua officials are monkey.
Ing with the American buzz saw to gain
nme. unete Ham u rover does not hurry
GIddlngs rules the roost at Orenham
beyond that one faot all Is political
Lullng closed her two weeks' revival
servlcesTwIth B0 sinners brought Into the
iuiuoi me uapusi courcn.
The Bunset Hoes Company Honor Their
cnier wltn a Beautiful D&dge.
There was aonstsWabla excitement
among the Sunset Hose company at the
end of last week when an Invitation was
fiassed around ror the bors to attend In
ull uniform Dillon's wedding at Meyer's
lull on Saturday evening. Soon the
aecret leaked out that there would be no
wedding but was merely a covering for
fueasani surprise 10 ineir esutnaoie
ef. The evening papers gave the
lair dead awar. but the bova look nr.-
cautions that Phil Manger's usual Lioiit
did not reach him and he-remained In
Ignorance of the good fortune In store
for him. At the appointed time the
boys mustered In strong force and a
large number of tbelr wives sisters.
cousins aunts etc w ure present. When
an was quiet juiss naiie union stepped
forward and with a very pretty speech
iresenteu roreman rsu Hanger wun a
andsome gold badge. To this Dresenta-
tlon Mr. Manger and Mr. Thomas Shields
made suitable reply.JAfter the formality
was over the party Indulged In a very
In presenting this badge the Sunset
boys have done things as they always
uo in a wnoie-eouieu manner ana jar.
Manger la the possessor of one of the
handsomest badges In the country. The
pin Is concealed behind the pinions of
an eagle. Ilelow It Is a bar on which Is
embossed In blue enamel the word
oreman." rrom this la susnended a
laureated tnedallon. In the Interior la
the setting sun. Around It Is embossed
Sunset Hose Comoanv" In blue enamel
and laurels and below the tnedallon Is
The design Is unlaue and the exe
cution artistic but the boys did not
send away for It. They patronized borne
Industry giving their order to Strloker
A Zonfi who have done well and Justi-
fied their patronage.
Working For Water.
The San Fernando Benevolent Society
bad a meeting at the residence of Mrs.
Monler on Salinas street which was well
attended and a number of new members
Joined Mrs. Mary Iroux being one of
inem. some work or emoroiuery in
aprons and fancy Mexican work was
rallied on miss romastta uarcla and II.
L. Degener were the lucky winners. All
this work Is In the interest of the Catho
lic cemetery for the purpose of having
iue water woraa exienueu 10 tnai place.
Hot weather In Caldwell oountr and
great urouiu win out coiion yieia
one-third of a bale per acre.
The case for the state closed Saturday
and the defense opened In the trial of
the Chloago anarchists. The defense
claim no connection established between
tne prisoners and the offenses charged
James Charlton and II. C. Lynch
Houston: funnel attachment.
U. II. Jowell Thorp's Spring) aatl
ifiuuuu wagun anue.
TRYINO TO MURDER HIM.
Interested Parties Shoot at Col Orannon
and Oet Shot In Return.
Cat Brannon la an Imtwrtant witness
In the murder cue against the Scotta
and there are some persons who are In-
terested In getting him out of the .way.
If the particulars reported are true an
attempt was made on Saturday night to
assassinate ;hlm but It signally railed.
The particulars at hand are somewhat
meagre but It appears that on that
night as Cal Urannon was driving his
cows out of the pen of his farm he heard
a auspicious whistle. Thinking that
something was wrong he sought oover.
ana as ne uiu so several snois were urea
From w'hat he' heard and saw he Is sat-'
lined that there were three or more men
In the crowd. He fired In the direction
from whenoe the shots proceeded but
none of tne shots were efleottve. One
of the assasstne then exposed himself
and Cal Brannon taking deliberate aim
fired. The shot was answered by a
plerolng scream and the man sprang up
threw up bis arms and fell. Brannon
was aatisuea mat ne was mortaity
wounded. Justloe Berner and Sheriff
tawls were notified and a posse
as made ud to search around. To
their surprise they found that the
wounded man had been removed by
his friends but on the spot where he fell
was discovered a large pool of blood
which showed that the Individual who-
ever he was; had been seriously Injured
Hherlfi" Lewis and Deputy Sherltt Kd.
Stevens went out yesterday to the scene
of the assassination and are now en-
gaged In Investigating the crime with a
view to arresting me miscreants.
Brannon did not recognize any of the
men and as there :1s no direct clue the
work of detection Is a difficult one. It
Is thought however that the would-be
murderers will be traced and arrested.
Iet 3D Dags.
IOOO LADIES' FANCY BORDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS AT 25 CTS. PER DOZ. EVERYTHING
ELSE AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES.
Mr. C. L. Wagner waa In the rear ol
Drelss' drug store comfortably smoking
a cigar. Mr. Ed. Drelss was standing
auoui six yarus irom mm nanaung a
loaded gun. He raised bis gun and
taking quick aim off-hand he deftly
knocked the ash from Wagner's cigar.
oor nagner was consiueraoiy scared
r me aoi anu u iook some nine tor
m to recover his enuanlmltv. When
he did so be laughed heartily at the fun.
me usual pracnoe waa ueiu at me
Schuetzen-Vereln yesterday. The high
est scores were E. Dorsch. 03; Adolpb
Lireiss uo. in ou-nana snooting Mr.
Ed. Drelss made a soore of CO.
Arrangements are being made for a
match between the Austin shootlsts and
those of San Antonio to take place at an
Mr. II. Bird who for some time nsit
aa ueen locaiea as me oia miss on
store leaves to-morrow for the Argen
tine Itepublle where he and bis family
will In future reside. Strange to say
that the party are compelled to travel to
new i or k anu meuce come soutn again
by sea In order to reaoh their destination
because It Is the cheapest and most
expeditious route. There are many
families who propose going In the same
oolony. Thla shows the necessity for a
line of steamers from New Orleans. Gal
veston or Aransas Pass to South America
A gay throng of vonng ladlea and gen.
tlemen assembled Saturday night at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dues-
sen No. 223 Kim street to oelebrate the
mm anniversary oi meir uaugnier.
Miss Annie. There were about 20
couples present. Several games were
played and then the young folks were
called upon to participate In a grand
banquet. Ice oreaa and cakes were
served In abundanoe. Mr. Ulcbel waa
wat called on to play the violin to
which dancing was kept up until an
early hour in the morning when the
oompany dispersed with "three cheers"
for the celebrant.
Julian Carter to Caromer Kobert.
Alexander Itess to Mollle Sommers.
William Meyer to Augusts Stelnbof.
TUB MURDBRBR OF LINCOLN.
Bbepard the Slayer Still at Large The
True cause or the Act Is Jealousy.
The coroner's lurr In the case of
Lorenzo Lincoln murdered Saturday
afternoon by Henry Shepard the barber
auer exasainiiig a namoer oi witnesses
all of when testified to Shepard's guilt
brought In a verdict In accordance with
the facts that the deceased was killed
by Shepard The body of deceased was
given to two oi me young man's mends
and with $8 70 found on his person and
the proceeds of bis saddle the corpse
was given decent burial.
It has been learned that Lincoln has a
mother sister and a mother-in-law liv
ing in uei me. ue naa just come in
from oil the cattle trail Saturday morn-
momenta before his death Lad parted
who nis menus at me aepoi saying ne
was not going uaca to nis noma in Liei
Ills slaver. Bheoard. has not vet been
caught thought officers are after him
and It Is thought be may finally sur-
render. Both Johnson's barber shop at
the denot and SheDard's realdence wen
under strict guard Saturday night but
oioing uas ueen seen oi mm. jonnaen
It Is understood Is In communication
wun snepara ana Keeps mm posted on
W. M Nunley brother-la-law of Lin-
and through Johnson communicated
with Shepard telling him he did not
come here to make more trouble but
that he wanted to see him and have a
talk with him. lie naa not a very good
word to say In regard to Mrs. Shepard
and throws the blame for the killing on
her. He says the boy tried to keep away
from ber and have nothing to do with
ber In Del Rio. She and Shepard had
separated once for eight months and
Shepard bad acknowledged she was an
Immoral woman. Llnooln. while on the
trail received letters from ber which be
told his friends he would not answer.
Nunlersaya Bbepard had made the re-
mark when he left Del Rio wltb hit wife
that If be ever law Lincoln In San
Antonio be would kill him.
ONE MORE BOOST NEEDED.
Big Railroad Mooting Called for To-night
at the Court-house at Q.30 O'clock.
The railroad committees from Kendall
and Kerr counties are In the elty hav-
ing come here for the purpose of signing
the contract with the directors of the
Aransas l'ass road and so driving the
last nail In the arrangements for the
northwest extension. They find them-
selves however confronted with the
fact that no right-of-way has as yet
been seoured through Bexar county
and until that Is done all that has been
accomplished to date Is of no avail.
These gentlemen came here In good
faith supposing San .Antonio bad per-
fected ber sbare of the work. Tbey
have secured the rlgbt-of-wsy and depot
grounds through Kendall and Kerr
counties and naturally look to the citi-
zens of Bexar county to provide right-of-
way to me west limits toereoi. ims
eommlttee consisting of W. Scott Cap-
tain Charles Schrelner Alonzo Reesand
Captain Joseph A. Tivy are bard at
work among our merchants and real es
tate ownera endeavoring to Interest
them more fully In removing this last
oDStacie in me way oi oreaxing grounu
for the northwest extension.
Tbey have given weeks of their time
and hard work In their own counties
raising the funds and securing the right
of-wav and depot grounds In their own
sections and are not willing to go borne
and lose all tbelr labor without meeting
toe citizens oi uexar county ana laying
tne case oeiore tnem. inese gentlemen
from our neighboring counties are most
anxious to see a full attendance of our
merohants and real estate dealers and
owners and all Interested at the court-
house at 8:30 te-nlght. They make
through the columns of the Light as a
Journal whose position on this railroad
question Is recognized and appreelated
along the line of the proposed extension.
a pointed personal appeal to the busi-
ness men of San Antonio to meet them
at the eourt house to-night and oonfer
with them on this matter. The gentle
men of the committee bave come a long
Journey to settle this question and our
citizens cannot do less than comply with
tne r renuesi ana give mem a lull atten
dance at the court-bouse. The only
nitcn in me signing oi me papers is over
this mlsing link or right-of-way through
uexar county anu oyer mis matter Ban
Antonio should not stand quibbling an
Johanna Toepperweln.vlclous dog $2
i.oss. n aiaer vagrant aismisseu.
Senta Busby. Insulting language con
Nora Weyel. Insulting language con.
Katie Miles. Insulting language con
K. Bade vagrant so or ten days.
Fish McFarlsnd. disturbing the peace
Jerry Jones vagrant. $10 or thirty
win. uiang striking .
II. Blank drunk and disorderly S5.
J. J. Msloney drunk continued.
Burke drunk $8.
Clarke drunk $5
J. II. Ulgglns drunk $5.
Jas.Crowtbers drunk $5
A. Bolls drank 15.
John Wilson drunk. SS.
Simon Valder drunk and disorderly
It. Garcia drunk and disorderly so
Mack Blank drunk and disorderly $6
Ignaclo Hernandez carrying a pistol
Knpnernagel. Immoderate driving
Oor Gents' SnmiBGr Clofc
at Your Own Prico.
Onr SurGooIs at Breally
CALL AT ONCE AND SECURE
The Springs had a good Urge crowd
Stonewall Jackson's Courtesy
When HarDer's Ferry surrendered
Stonewall" Jackson In SeDtember.1802
Gen. Jackson halted his horse In front
Of the Ninth Vermont and taking off
his hat solemnly said: "Boys don't
reel oaa; you coma not neip it; u waa
obi as uoa winea it."
One of Jaokson's staff asked Col. Stan
nardoftbe Ninth Vermont If ie bad
anything to drink. Stainard courteous.
ly nanaea mm nis nass ana me young
oonieaerate captain poureu out a norn
ana arrogantly ssiu: -uoionei nere n
to the health of the Southern oonfedera
Stannard answered: "To ask and ac
cept a courtesy of a prisoner and then
ibsuii mm is an act tuai an nonoranie
soldier would soorn."
Jaokson turned on his stall officer and
gave him a aevere tooldlng saying the
repetition of such an Insult to a prisoner
wouiu ooai aim ais piece men tarn1
Ing to Col. Btannard Gen. Jackson apol-
ogized for the eouduot of bis offlosr say.
log mai ii waa an exceptional act Of
olenoe on the Dart of a.voung an
reckless man and bowing gravely the
samons cooieueraie oapiain roue away
rrom me romana uregoman.
As the odor of the rose outlives
do the Sender feelings of youth outlive
tne aecay oi years.
Onr 20c. German Sateens at
10c. per yarfl.
Onr 5c. Fancy Dress Lams
at 3c. Bar yarfl.
MAVERICK COUNTY REPUBLICANS
Elect Delegate and Paas Refolutlons
Condemning CongroBHmun Craln.
On Saturday. July 31st. In answer to a
call the republicans of Maverlok county
meet ai me court nouse lor me purpose
of appointing delegates to the Waco
convention and other butlnes that
igut come Deiore mem.
ioi. J. a. uious was elected cnair-
an. and J. O. Williamson secretary.
Mr. F. II. Hartz and Mr. A. P. fug-
well were elected delegates to east the
vote of Maverick county nnlnstructed
wun air. at suizoaoner anu air. jr. n
Lehmann as alternates.
Resolved. That an executive oommlt.
tee of thirteen be appointed whose duty
It shall be to take Into consideration the
best Interests of Maverick countv and
tne repuuuean party ine cnairman to
be elected from this number by that
committee wm. Negley Dr. u. v.
.eason. Col. J. M. (Jlbbs. P. W. Thom
son Dr. J. II. Handv Cbas. Carter A.
1-. lull well lv it. LenmannNatuiz.
bacher. Francisco Jimenez.
The following resolution was adopted
anu oruercu spreau upon tne minutes.
Whereas. Many republicans of the
7th Congressional district with the as
surance irom me lion. iv. ii. train
that he would opoose any further re-
duction In the tariff on wool If elected
supported him for congress at the last
voted for the acceptance of the report of
me Morrison committee 10 piece wool
on the free list and so doing violated
nis promise ana betrayed tne eonnuenoe
placed In him. Tberefere. be It
Resolved That we condemn bis ac-
tion In voting for said report and we
win use an lawiui anu nonoraoie means
to defeat bis re-election.
J O. Willuudox Secretary.
Little Dick Wins.
Yesterday evening there was a raclni
matob at the Springs between John Wl
klns.Jr.'s bay colt "Little Dick" and
Henry Johnson's brown colt "Incognita"
for $25 a side the course to be 400 yards.
There was considerable excitement and
betting on the match but "Little Dick'
was undoubtedly the first favorite j
good start was affected. Incognita run.
ning aneaa out in rrom tne Dena Lime
diok gauantiy overhauled nis opponent
ana eventually won oy nve yams
To Be Married.
Mr. J. E. Young of the firm of Yonng
A Arnold clothiers will be married to-
morrow afternoon to Miss Nellie Fuller.
at St. Luke's Episcopal obapel. The
ceremony will be unostentatious and
immeaiaieiy alter me weaaea oair wiu
take the I. and G. N. train for a bridal
trip to the nortb and east.
US-Subscribe for the Wkxkly Liqmt
rjhlles.lookherfll No preparation ever dls
iverpdhas been bo successful aeMorler.
i-aTmila Cordial the a-root svttem renota
tor.lntlieouruof all diseases to which th
women of this climate arc subject such as
wckooaa debUltr melanoholy whites falUn
tratlon. Only try c
entire) satlaQedof the truth of c
sale uy r. itancxer eon.
Ipt.Hl I. Artists.
One of the finest astabuahmenta that San Aa.
toulo. It not Teiaa ean boast of Is the Art
llery of o. II. Mueller at SOS Commoro.
net. Hero ean bo had artlat'a and drausht-
in'a materials of both domoatla and im
ported kinds. Bngrartnga ehromos and
laiiiuugi are on nana in an endless variety
'icture frames mouldlnn and material! for
fresco aud sign painting In large varieties.
China decorations and material tor wax flow-
large assortment. Nr. Mueller
well aa window glass and fine domes Uo and tra-
cannot 'afford la waste time in exnerl
mcntlng when your luogs are In danger bon-
ption always soutns at oral only a coio.
Colds but bo
Mlleatonea on too Road to Health.
Tho recovery of digestion and the resump
tion ui activity oy me liver dowc
tiers aro milestones which mark a
on tho road to health. Tlioy speedily become
perceptible when llostettor's Stomach Illttors
Is used by tho Invalid. Nothing so surely and
expeditiously consumes tho distance to the
desired goal. Aa no bodily function can suffer
Interruption without impairing the general
neaitn oi tne sysiom so toe srstem can never
acquire perfect vigor hoalth'a synonym until
: to Impose uponrou
n of ilr. King's New
iptlou. Coughs aud
it the genuine llu-
pront ne may teu
Don't bo deoulvud but insist upon get-
antced to give relief in all l
laved His Ufa.
O. I. Wllooxson. of Horse Cave Kr.
says he waa for many yeara badly afflicted
with pythlsle also Diabetes! the pains were
almost unendurablo and would sometimes at-
mst throw htm Into convulsions. He tried
uiectrio miters ana got reuer rrom the nm
bottlo and after taking aU bottles waa .n-
tlrcly cured and had gained In flesh 18 pounds.
dp imaiuTCjy ueuerB. no wouia nav.
lad ft not been for the relief afforded br
Klectrlo hitters bold at 60 cents bottle by
Republican Precinct No. 28.
Wm. HQKruxo 8b.
an End Is tons striping.
Bdward Shepherd of Harrlsburg HUsayst
Having received ao much benefit from Kieo
trio Bitters I feci It my duty to let suffering
on my leg for eight years I my doctors I
nave w uare me uone scrap
humanity know it. Have bad a running sore
rs tula m.
amputated. 1 usod. Instead throe bottles of
per box by A. Drelss.
step for step. iYlal
I nnr Irian 11m
reels for not leaa than &jft nr mnm than
tlOU. UespcctruUy M.LMthcakt.
rur enterprise puanana aesire to get
such goods as will giro the trad satisfaction
1L L. Vowler lLOohn Co J. D. Devine. J.
Clavln the drujrglsta lead ell competition-
They sell Dr. Boaanko'a Cough and Lung
Syrup because its the best medicine on ih.
market for Oougha Colda Croup and Primary
Consumption. Prioe 60 eenta and SI. Ham.
plea free. I
health of the systom
that function be actively resumed. Take for
Instanoc digestion a suspension of which Is
Invariably rvcUflod by tho ulttcrs. If tho or.
gans upon which it evolves grow weak bll-
constipation noauacno poverty or
banofu) goueral influence of dyspepsia. The
disappearance of all theso symptoms through
thp use of the Bitters show with what thor-
oughness it removes their oause 7-2&.1W
There Is nothing that adds so muoh to per-
sonal beauty as a sot of pearly white teeth and
pure sweet breath. By using MOBLEV'8
UK1DONTO the teeth and gums are kept in
perfect order and a fragrant breath assured.
Only 60 cents a box. Liquid and powder.
Job printing In every variety at
out tutu prices uone at ue i-uutiToraoe.
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup
should always be used for oiuldren
teething. It sooths the child aofUaa
the gums alleys ail pain ears wUkd
oollo and Is the best remedy (or dlar-
rhoaa. S cents a bottle. 7-xaVlyr
Joilih Dam's Treuble.
Joslah Davis Nortb Mlddletoi Kr.
writes : "I am now nslag a box of yew
Henry's Caxbello Salve upon an uleer
which for the past 10 days has five
me great naln. The i1t. la the aatli-
remedy I have found that hat glrea ata
any ease. Mr ttiewwMeaaaMbjr vari-
cose veins ana wat pwsaaassl laere-
bla by my. medical aa newts.
however that Heary's GarhoHa Salve la
electing a oars." ' Beware win lurleai.
leVbaertta for the Wl
Only II a year.
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