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wiDSKSDAY NOVEMBER 20 1«'5
HRE at HUNTINGTON.
A, »tout 4:40 »’dock
ecution made no attempt to break,
I it by rebuttal. Their theory was
¡that Durrant was supposed to be
respectable ami a gentleman. Miss
Turder’s testimony would have
j been at variance with this theory.
It would have shown him lacking
in delicacy and gentlemanly in-
would be glad to
information if he
could come to I
California in safety.
look upon the letter as the work of
Having purchased the entire stock formerly belonging to Cal
Geer, comprising all lines of
HARDWARE, C'KCKERY, GLASSWARE, TINWARE,
Several years ago I was taken
with a severe attack of flux. I was
sick in bed about ten days and
could get nothing to relieve me un
til I used Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
which cured me and has been a
household remedy with us ever
since. J C Marlow. Decaturville,
Mo. For sale by all druggists.
STO\ E' HARDWARE, SUNDERIES, A CARPENTERS TO
stincis; it would have shown him
to be an unscrupulous schemer lay
I offer the same for sale at greatly reduced prices for CASH.
ing traps for his victims.
covered in tne rear of Duffy’s drug
C. H. VOEGTLEY.
theory of the prosecution in the
,tore and Johnson’s saloon by
Williams case will be that Durrant
James Agee and M. Curran, rail
plan and scheme to entice girls
road employes rooming over the into the church. Then Miss Tur
Johnson plane. An alarm was im ner will be produced to tell her
mediately sounded and answered story—to tell how Durrant presum
b, crowds of people, awakened from ed on the fact of his being a medi
WUnd slumbers by the whiatk of cal student and offering medical
Value Recognized by Physi
the railway switch engine
Tqe advice, and how he endeavored to
town hose was brought into play at get her to enter alwne with him the
once, water being furnished from building where Blanche Lamont
As a rule I am opposed to pro- i
the railroad pump house.
and Msnnie Wiliams afterward met prietary midicines. Still I value a
When the fire broke out a heavy their death.
good one, especially when such is
wind was blowing from the north
Miss Turner’s testimony is con the source of relief from pain. As
west which lent active fury to the sidered os the utmost value in the
a topical [external] application I
Corner of 1st. and B Street.
dames, and within ten minutes Williams case. She will figure as
have found Chamberlain’s* Pain
|M. H. BRENTON
rverv building in th“ block west of one of the most important witnesses.
Balm the best remedy’I have ever
the 0. 0. Co’s brick store was on
She will be the one who will «how I used for neuralgia
of any kind.
-LIVE RY S TAB L E
tire and beyond rescue.
the motive for the muder of Minnie, have conscienciously recommended
The fire burned wonderfully fast
it to many persons.
jnd furious and all that the braue
Horne, M. D., Janesville,
firefighters could do was to keep the
A PIANO FOR $40!
Sold by all druggists.
Hames from spreading into othei
blocks,and in doingthis successfully
Chicago’s most prominent music1
thev accomp’ishe.l good wo k.
Healv, , nave
Tbc busi eii houses de troved oer of slightly used and second- AmeriCH S 1^831 D<lll(jer
were ajven i i number, one dwell tiand pianos, taken is trade, used
ing ht use. occupied by the family
in concerts, and in fact not brand .
AN ENGLISH COMMENTARY.
of Mr. H C. Caffman, and the O. new instruments, which they have I
granary. determine! to sacrifice rather then Said an eminent English scientist recently:
C. Co. lumber house,
leterminwi to sacrifice ratner men « The jttIlger t|iat confronts the great Ameri-
to ¿rv to make room for. These in- tcan people to-day is not the possible adop-
J M. Duffy, druggisst, was the Mrvroente oompriw Square piano,
fhe Proprietor of the White Front Livery Stable aa-
heave-t loser. He places his loss
the public that he is prepared to accommodate
at $40, $65, $90 $100 and
$125. increase of corruption
Corruption among public men.
at $8090. with $1500 insurance. Upright pirnos at $l25, $140, $1
way in his line of business.
50 Al1 lll
nie - bud
enou«11’ - to
grain constantly on hand, and careful help.
The other principal losses were as
$165, $190, $200, $225, $240, and I national disease—I had almost said nation. I
Crime—of overwork. The mad rush f i
upward. Grand pianos at $200, , wealth is set at a killing pace, and thousands Passengers taken to all parts of the country.
Hearse and Job Wagon
R. M. Steel, biddings, $3000; in-
Nearly I fall by the way every year.
$250, $300 and upward.
soraiice not known.
You are likely to be one of the victims!
all originally sold for from two to
0 C. Co , $1500; no insurance.
, How do we know? Because it is the CXCCS
four times there present
■ tion to find a man or womun of adult age i.
I, Herron, building, $600.
Almost all promi nent make« (in, Per!‘*£ health. Nervous Disorders i.c
A 0 Degel, barber, 100.
spreading with fearful rapidity. Among tv
P. Johnson, saloon. $1200 insur- squaresand upright) are represent symptoms, are—Backache, Biliousness, Co d
ed. including among numerous Hands and Feet, Dizziness, Hot I k.slie.-,
Fluttering Sensation, Fainting, Dead die,
Irritability of the Heart, Melun-
Wood A Hamitlton, frut, candies,
Weber, Decker, Stòck. Fisher. ect.|cho>
Memory, Palpitation, hmu-
etc.. $400 no isu rance.
I niatism, bh< rt Bieath, Sleeplessness, F < r- ’
G. W Ro ’■•in-on, shoemaker, $50 This is an opportunity that will ikt vous Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility, pits, etc I
aSain, as Lvon A Healy
A. C arrol ^pastor First 11 j ii t1
HARRIS & JOHNSON Proprietors.
H Coffman, household I furniture
J Church, Yellow Springs, O., writes as fol mv. s:
J Hobbs, household furiture class before. Immediate attention a charm on the whole nervous system, J j
i« nect-ssary. A good plan would have not found itsequal in giving immediate * BURNS,
relief. I)r. Miles’ little Nerve and Liver
—Anderson, damagtd fu ri tu re. >e to order a piano, leaveing the Pills only need a trial and they will recom
■«election to Lyon A Healy
How- I mend themselves to be the best pills in the
ver, they will send a list and full
In round numbers, it was a
“ For five years I have suffered from Ner
application. vous Piostration, I was unable to work or
#15.000 fire, and this little town particulars
Good Billiard tables, Pleasant;Card Rooms, st«., etc.
Anv piano not proving satisfactorv
he first dose of Dr.> Miles* Restora-
can ill afford the luxury, if such it
live Nervine gave me relief, and one tlx u
may be reurned at their expence. laud dollars would not cover the good it lias Saloon is first class in every particular. Experienced bartender
may be termed.
Address at their salesrooms, corner ^one JP.e. JOHN MINCHER, Youngs-
Mixed drinks to please the most fastidious.
town, ( Ohio.
\V abash Avenue and Adme Street, | Or. HUm’ Restorative Nervine is un
Lucille Turner’s Evidence.
Chicago. Distance is no obstacle I •Qushrd in curing Nervous Diseases. It
• . i •
eontains no opiates or dangerous drugs. Sold
in taking advantag ot this remarka- >n
S ax F sancitco , Noy. 14.—It was ble chance to obtain a piano, for in ' Dr. Miles
“:i— Medical 1 Co., Elkhart, Ind.
» matter of general surprise to the proportion to the saving to be made.
Public, particularly the portion that the freight charges are insignificant.
keeping track of the Lamont If you do not already know then by
’■***• that Lucille Turner was not
This ia the secret of the cures
reputation, anybanker will assure
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Read this:
called as a witness
It was sup-
you of Lyon A Healy’« entire re
MI am so glad
Miss Turner would be a wit-
to writ« that I
sponsibility and record of oyer a
Situated on Silvi., river 1 mile Eaet of Burn., near th. bridg.
“ew and a very important one.
am now fn per
third of a cenlurv for honorable
fect health and
^testified al the preliminary ex-
dealing. Write to-day bo
it is all because
Customers wit receive GOOD FLOU R from
»aination and what she told had
w*i|ht. To omit her entirely from
my blood pure. ¡Good Wheat
Atrial seemed to many a mistake
A Crank’s Letter.
on the part of the prosecution. But
broke down 1
I officer« representing the case
B an F ranoirco N ov . 13.—Mayor
ided Miss Turner’s testimony
Sutro ha« received a rambling letter
women, m y
not necesaary for bthe Lamont
\ from Cincinnati t>ined by Alex Rus«
th it it would fit better in
tern was shat
ll* Williams case. Mias Turner : Kenshaw, M. D., in which the writer
tered and I
i state« that he accidentally came hid to take my bed. The physician said
i there was little hope for me. A neighbor
notified of this fact and told to
M c K innon a kenyon
into poseessiBn of facts that he claim« told
of wonderful cures by Hood’s Sarsa
^vr**lf in readimss to appear
w’ll lead to the discovery of the parilla and I deeded to try it. When I
summoned in the Williams murderer« of Blanche Lamont and r ad taken 3 bottles, I could sit upend now
I am perfectly well and strong.
Minnie Miiliarns. He «ays that two
8hup opposite the Brewery
' t!,t defense introduced a professional gamblers committed
has done all this for ma.” M m . C. F.
*” nee see to testify to the crimes, but fear of death at FiDiu.iiZ, La Platte City, Colorado.
Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Makes the Blood Pure
hukn S rLOuft & S aw mill
BLACKSMITH 4 WAGON SHOP.
character, th« pros- tbair hands sealed bis lips.
Hood’s Pills ££ Ï2ÏÏLTS&