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(: i :{! i I : ...... i :i I i &apos; : I I I II IIlll I I I! II L l II I II | IIIII III llill I [ Ii i i i i ,LJ , , ., * ..... ,, , ,f =J. Redtetton in Bteyele Prlees, It js said that western capitalists are con. ! ,mplating the organization of a great bi. "ele company, whieh h()es to mae iirst. ass whee/s and sell them as low as $10 iVhether this lm true or not, the fact re- mains that tIostetter's Stomach Bitters is a first-clsss remedy for the s.tornaeh, liver and and the price puts it within every- to be well and trong. Fox and ague it is a specific. The Honte Itulerm, UWat is a 'board of strategy,' papa?" m;well--I never thought of it in that borer bnt it must mean your mother your grandmother. --Detroit Free IgIQTDPT 'd'II[TTTI'IDIIDO Wlllls D, Henderson Muslctlm at'ao)Jk.)J.Jt JL Jt VPJLUX JLI2JJ2JLt3 Mark P. Rlchardsoa Wagoner: [ lley B. Cavanaugh, Artificer. Alston Clarence It. MaxwelLlIarrls IRSTREGIMENTOFIlq'FNTRY Anderon los W. Martin HearyA. Bankston John Myers,'Waiter D. ! Barrett, James A, Mitchell Jo L. 'Be dlng O s N MckinleY, R cilardA. Mastered at Jackson May 6, 1898. B ": " "'" .... '"  "" town aseoln D. " /leluale, dean 1 Brlggs, George B. Newlnan. Jaeob S. [0OMPILED BY GEe a POWER ] [ Brown, Edward A. Neviels, Robert P. ' "" ' Clark, Reuben T. Nlxon Elam W. Total in regiment 9s3. ble preparation of Colburn Wnl Noah 'Win A rolls, additions have been nliRle to at1 tile coin- Collier l'erey'lf Norm'an Jams D panics A revised roll el the regiment wilt DO l)abne' Augustine L Ous/ey harles D" printed later. . . Deltz, C:harles'J. " Henington, Jasper P, George M. Govan Colonel. Dumoot, Robert E. Pblpps, Robert P. tlerbert O Willians, Lieutenant-ColoneL Foote, dolln P. PucKet! Leo R. George L. Donald, Major. Gibbs, Crlwford D. Richardson James C. D. Price Potter, Jr., Major. Godwin, NJUl It, ltO'S Jaale P. Dr. 1. 1,. Turner, burgeon. Guyton, Win. W. btevens, Angustus II. Dr. Benjumin H. Klttrell, Assistant Surgeon, I'larper James D. bteveus, Waltcr C. Dr Henry 8. Bauer. Assistant burgeon, Harris, E:trust P. baa.'lersoa, Jaln:a T. William Henry,uartermaster. Itarvey Tiros. C. l'ev. Frank M. Keen, Chaplain. lit , ,hmn E. i( So Tired t" riced in the morning as when I go to bed l VChy is i? Simply because your blood is in such a poor, tllin sluggish condition it does not keep up your strength and you do not get the benefit of your sleep. To feel strong nd keep strong just try the tonic and purifying effects of Hood's SarsapariBL : Word for it, 't will do you good. Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Mood'8 Pill8 cure MI Liver Ills. '25 cents. _ Suln nicr Resorts. summer resorts sre si t via the Southern IMil. ; one desires the seaside or the fashionable hotels ori ' can be reached via this of travel. l/tarl Mmmtain, Term, and the mountain resorts of cast Tcnnessea and western Nortii Carolina--"The l and of the Sky --Tate Sprlng, lens., Lookout ountain, Tenn., Lithia Springs, Ga., and various  irginia Springs, also the seashore resorts, are reached by the Southern Rail- on convenient schedules and at very rates llailway has issued a hand- "Summer Homes and 'iptiva of nearly one thousafid summer resc)rts, hotels and boarding houses, including information regarding xates for board at the differenl places and railroad rate to rea-h (hem.  + Write to C A. Benscoter, Assistant Gen- : e rral Passenger Agent Southern Railway, (dhattanooga, Tenn., for a copy of this folder. A woman's idea of a personal devil is a eiahboring woman who talks about her.-- Clficago l)aily News. The Adirondack Monntalns. The heart of thin wonderful region of ca, and streams is traversed Central & Hudson River ailroad, and to more fully inform the pub- its beauties and easy mcans of ngcr I)e mrtmcnt'llas issued ' In the Adirondack Moun- ," deseribin in detail each resort and co!m:, giving their ] ors iron: is e'" toge ther emitle(1. low to Reach Tlwm," giv. information regardiog stage hote!s, etc. be sent to an ad- ,t of two 2-cent stamps, o'r the p, by GEORGE tt. General Passenger Agent, Grand Station, New York. The wife-nmrderer probably gets bon- tlueta beeau he is such a lad;-ki ]er.---Chi. ' cage Daily News. " Halve YOU a Son, l'other, Mtlsband or Later in the Army or avy'; Jail him TO-DAV a 25c. paekage of Aller's Foot-Ease, a powder for lhe feet. All who areh, walk or stand need it. It mires ach- ing, tied, sore, swollen, sweating feet, and makes bet, tight or new shoe easy. Feet can't*Bllster, et Sore or Callm," where Alleu's Foot-Ease in used. lO,(tf testi- monials. All drug;fists and shoe stores sell it, 25e. S slide ent FRI':F,. Addrc.-;s Allen 8. Olnlstead Lc Roy, N Y An extraordinary haste to discharge an obligation is a sort of ingratitud,,.--loehe- /oucauM. The take and rail arrangements of the Bal. ttmore & Ohio Rih'oad for this year are prec. t i call the mtl as were in effect in 18r7 Freight for Lake Superior ports is seat by way of the Northern Steamship Company ay.d the ()well line is used for tiae Lake .al,chigan ports. The trars-akc Erie ar- rangements arc with the t)etroit Steam Nav- gatiou Company between Clevela,, and Detroit and the Ashtev & l)uslin L;ne and the Michigan & Ohio ar Ferry Company between Sandusky and Detroit, The confirmed cigarette moker gor.eraIly has nothing else to do.--Washington fla.) Democrat. 'rr:v Alien's ]b'oot-Ense. /k powder to he shaken into tl;e shoes. At this eason your feet feel wollen, nervous and hot, and get tired easily. If you have -norting feet or tight shoes, try Alien's Foot.Ease. It cools the feet and lm{kes walk- in easy. Cures swollen anti r;weatlng feet blters and eallauspots ]lelievesc,n),<md brmions of all pain aud gives rest a n d emufort. Try It to-day Sold by all drt ggisls aud shoo tores for 250. Trial paekage'FREE. Ad- dress, Allen S. OImsted. Le Roy, N. Y. .- crrer you a ,:,,st at (he totc whic 3'on were away, Btotlg,tt ?" "Guest ? Not much [ paid cash. -- hwago l,,vord Wheat 40 Cents a lltle/lel. HOW to grow wheat witll big profi at 40 cents and sample of Sal:u,r's Crass {80 Bushels per acre) Winter Wheat 1[1% Oats, Clovers, etc., -with harm Seed C;.,ta]ogue for 4 cents postgt. JOHN A. SALZEB. SEED CO., Ld Cro, Wis. K Love make tile young man on the rear teat f he tandem rn,ke the wheels go round,--Chieago ])ally News. George S. Verger, Adjutallt 1.. W. Banks, Jr., 8ergeaat-MaJor. Robert ltarvey Carat, bell. Quarter,easter 8r- grant. Carl LeaKe, Chief Musician, OOMPAN A. Volunteer bouthrous--VIcKsnuaG. Thomas II. Sillelds, Captain. G rantley B. liarper, First lAutenant. Al)red MoB. Campbell, Seeoud IAeuteaant. Robert E. Floweree, First Sergeant. George C. Lathrop, Quarlernlaster Sergeant. Ednloltd If Magrnder, Sergeant. George/1. Klein, Jr., Sergeant. Anstia M. ,eay, Sergeant. James W. Nelson, Sergeant. (cll H. Traeey, Corporal. Isaac B. Bradtleld, CorlloraL Percy If. Vlrdeu, Corporal lleary M. MeKey, Corporal. rllonlas 'l. Slneaes, ('orporal. Stanford N. Collier, Corporal. Malcolm G. Colelnan, .;lusieiau. Ilenry d. DornbusclL Musician. Anorew B Maxwell, Artillecr. William it. lisa(h, WalLoner lrvlne, Walter E. 3artlett, George E. :),ethos, ttobert M. Jerry, ,fOliO B, lllael well Joseph Ildnl, Oll, ttatlleS L. Bruce, d ames R. Brnner, gtllialu J. Burgess, William If. Bruuy, Jack Cannon, Josh G. Carson, Wlllialu E. ('ha!)man, t!arry Coillas, aol,n t'ragen, James A. Calley, Dudley M. Kern, Samuel L. Kletnnlao, Julius L. Kiosterman, David E., dallies S. Lellula o, William Luod, Coarles McBaven, J. Jr. McKie, Samuel E. Madison, William M Marsllall, Tllomas E Martz, Philip Munzcr Witllam J. N,tilcr, B. Nee(e, Willianl F. Cnnnl|lghanl. tiles. W. Paxtoo, t haries 'r, Davis, John M. l'eoder, elite B. 'dwards, Etiward F. Qu;ickeal)oss, L. W. Founlat[l, Doaglas M, Ttteld, Wtlliam M. Fox, lttdmrt C. Seolt, ,lalnes V. Frost, Abraham L. belliger, Elkln Fergtton, James N. Sis(no:, Charles W, Gauoon Thomas J. hearcr. Brier Gibson. Merry E. bmith. James S. Goo(!man, Wlllam I. butitn, John W. tlolt', lloDert A. 8parknlaa, W. A. *lta,uilton, Evylan 8. Strong, Edward tlcarn, ltoiaml I'. Taylor, John t[. llorue, Janles L. "tVard, William ttossley. ])cntn S. Ward Edgar B. % right, Henry F.--SL *Died Jnno 2/1, IsS. "/Died July 3, 189& COMI'AN Y B. ,'left Davis "olunter$--FAYETT. Edgar N. Coll",.v, ('aplahl. DaAel S. Furr, tr, First Lie.,utenant BtnjalldU C i(uapp, ,%ecoud l,,cutenant. Janlcs l. I.oe.'e. Fn'st ergeanu Get)tar W Healey, (uar:erolaster bergeant. Lawl'C:tcc B. G oiL)old, 5crgeltnl. 1, B Watt, Sergeant Earl Nesnlilh. Sergeant. Oiicr BtQ d,  ;rgeall t W. C. S[:u'aes. Corporal, Bay C. Killhl sworiIL Corporal, 1 #. I'. ]"t,icber Corporal. C. "O,. t'ordes, Corporal. G'.-rge I I. Formna n. Corporal. N. J. Rulh. Corlmral. Charles h'. Brooks. Mosielan. Erne Brooks. l"dusician. FrauR It. Key, Arlitleer. . J. We|son, Wagoner. tty,d, II. F. Martn. A I:L urk s) C E. bla;tin, J. C, Chaulberiio, D, H. Magee, T. F. C.larR, A. Maldl x. E tory W. " ngllll, C, S, MeFllero[i, B. S. Pekin, Mat Moss, J. E. I}eants, Kills|nan _NeSluitll. B. B. Ed;tioIi!lson. V. J. I'rltcbard, Jobo N. Ennls. Wlltam I'. Pol.l'aul M. Farrar. lobert ('. l'rice, ltobert O. Fre,*lle), Charles II. ltnlh, teve Ft'rllSOtl. LOUIS R. lttcl|;Irdson, John lt, Frtley, C.corge Roberts, P, A. Grant, George V, Rusll|tlg, James Grant. Tllotltas Y. Ranis(y. A. G. }tarrell, V. (. SllallnOn. D. J Iloward, Lawrence See,t, Oeorgs C. ltanlme: t, II. K. ,eph,|ls, F. 31. II ulet,Jnoll, Jauies 1". Stribllng, J. B. H[lilUl, .'4,. I,. heal, Jollu 1t. }l)gdo!l, NlC!i" C. Sharp, J. E. Hzgdou, Robert r. ,iimnlons. ,J. A. tlU li ,llrivg, L (2. Tbolnas. V, F. l} 111"40[1. /t ,l|lloIly Van BusRirR, l)avld L'lllcblov, tl. ,XV. ]tf'I|SOA, B. H L.wr3, ,) ! I 1-. Wmkly, F. F l.onam:re, J, it. Whitney. J. M Llwrenc..) "iV. J. Y]l.Pt|OIl o, V. I.. Leas!r, J.E. Wren. V. It. WiRe:nan, Th()ulas--T& COMPANY C. Natchez Rlfle- N AT('nEz. Frsnk L. Ilahin. t'aptahl. i'.,rre t:. llalr. Flrsb Lieutenant. '1". Clifton Shields, Scc(llld Lieulenant. Jolnl S. linker, Ftcst Serge;teL *tPDIlell It. Foreln:lu. (4uarternlaster Sergsant Tilt)Inns Iallery, c.J'Kea|lt, Vlilial,| T. Grillhl. tergeant. ;tt!l P. |'el'rill. cl'e;ln[. Gt'orge K. I,'e|lse[. ,ergeant. JO',!ll .I. l,')billOlt. ('orlu)ral. llt,bcl't |i. t'aill, Jr, CQl'or/|l, /aole.rt B G:allegley, ('Orj)oral. George W,O. weii, Corporal. }tcrmatl le.. SIee',e, Corporal. 1'. Otis lklRer, (')rl;oral. J,tMIll| ]):t%iS rd[us[ciall, 'l'b();:;as '['. lorial'ty, lllSicta!l. Fro,! A. Arnold, Arlifieer. tlogh .')I. Giltuorv, "Vagoner. Ant.o, Max;tl/illian [O!t, Joseph x h'd:'r,noII I.OU:S 11 ll,idcr, (.'aln;rlJ I{ l';ldt'l}. l.awl'euce ll. (Jilnv)Fe, .lolKt t;a rder. Louis M. J tlrdau. Cbarles ItL Bell. ,Ic Johnson Ben I$oo).11. 1). B Kemp, ]robert Boyer) .I,ta.e Kelnp, Rid,,e, Jr. t:'v;nlt i hoolas M. Miller. l,. lqlik Il"VRll| Jollll Muller, "Pobe p. ):urk!,ardt. ,Iolln l(.|er, Vellx Br;Intley, Jollll V. ()dens, Joseph ('arloell. l'earl l'atter:;on, Rozella ('lirlnlas. Tbonlas R. Potlctlrevo.Antllony O, I)aezbqs. Edward C. ]t;LWle. Robert L. l)[cksOII. Vi}lialn S. ]3m]. JlltU T. I)lalnonll. }larry lfonerls, Engcne hi Fitel|, ttarry lluth':r:ord. Wiilhtrn Fo;vlcr, |)ric, k M. ]IUtllble. A. L Wilson F)wll, r V. l)., ,James I,. Fr.,at. dward B, t|leltls. Wihner l"tltlsr, Joseph ,Nlnlth Frani K G:lultuey, 'V)tt[il!U [a k:% Ntctlolas (i)rdo:l, Waiter W. Sailer, Charles Gl'e;tnv. James btantun ErsRta FI. {51". V "f, Astltord llnnlons, Janles l{aesell, George S. W:unlmld, l.eo:t lteArt) dos 'ptl Well'. Ge ,rge It. tire|l,', l'rc lriek IL Wood. Am&l l'. llealn, John V, ood, Joho W.--76 COMPA/Y DSc!IA'TON. E,Igar R. du Mona Captab! Avvret .I. Larsen First JAeutenant. Lolt n E. C.x, Secoud Lieunallt. Fred I., First Sergeant. Albert l)ce(qnyn Quartornlaster ergeallt. A rl lur E. Richard. Serge;L|tt. Albcrt 1. l&nl|. Sergeant. F, a nk T. ,J aclc:;tl Sergeant. JldHI Fayard, CoTporal, Wi!ltaul II. Casoy C3rporal. ]/u:l Me||nicr, Corporal. Wtl tam lI. Bragg, Corporal Walter G. Tagert, t,rvoral. Cllartes Brash t;orporal. John E l):,'er, tlSlClall, tVillia)ll A. Ctcar, ,ltlsiclan, Jells T. l{inl r. Vaollel-. 12d;ard P. Mnlvihtl., Artificer, An,lrcxw, .J, Ii i T. Krzeszhmkil. ltobert H. Brqo:ne, Giles I KIInZ. Fr;tu F, ]larlro|u, l,ewis J. l,o.I nier. Eaward B,mels, ltarry ('. IJndllolOl, Charlie l;elhnau, Philip Lawrvnee, Edwatq Brugnlters, Joseph I Laposer, % arreu A. t:3ggi|ls, John . Larsen, Jefferson J. Uhalapl|n, WaRer G Larsen, Erasmus V. t arts tll AI;'ust ] ' . , ,, . .adnler, Peiix A, I:l)nainghm, Nornmn EMorri, Vance L. l'hiire!l, Zalts II. MeNu It. Ttleodore R. l?lRlabac, Hlton IL I}nnl|. ColnalbnS Da',;on, Gordoll M. Foretick, Ant, bony V. Fog"lrd William J. I,'errbll, ,fobs T. 4ol'tsellq. lleory B. Itoltz..J tthns ilk*well, James ('. 11 uglalas, Charles T, tiayes, tIel ry A IItnzclena. Gtls Hoth_v, William A. Jones, Wtlllaul Vf. ,hwk(.t. llerman ,tute, WilHam F. Jaeohsott, Nels ,I Olln,oll, Robert Krebs, ihlppb W. Kennedy, Frank M liter, Charney Nelson. Peter Nynlan, Jolnl Ostcrn Oscar Powell, Aille J. Pans. Emile J. Peters. Nels J lteinecke, Robert Halls. Flliltp lley, Leon/0I. Smith Roger L. SInJtb. % IHlam It. Suli;h. Thmnas C. Swan. Gustave j. Ta nnalt. Jells {}. Terry. Janles W. 'fagert. La@rence E. Trenlmell, Emile  ebber, James E. WQocly, q'hOnlas J.--Sl COMI'ANY Eo Coplah RifleS.--IIAzhEnuRsT. T|lolnas B l;Irson,L Captain. lleery E. Ran|soy, r'irst Lh:utenant. Eup.ene H. An(ling, Secon,I Lieutenant. A. L ('hapnlan. Igllrst Sergeanl. John W. Kotb, Quartermaster Sergeant. ,'qmou S. la:l; Scrge,nt. t ., ,, a I[les t,V.  a X l 'sl t. Sergeant. dolls Wholes, Sergeao. ('Jatborne II. Wll,ltag, Se,reant. SaOlUVl B. Van Nortnau. CorpOral. Jerry S. Touchstone, Corporal. Waiter B. Yates, Corporal Nimon M.'Yates. Corporal. t:llarles F AIReu, t*grporal Forest J Ntevos, Corpor&l, Willie F. Deers's, Mulla, l/.. th|ghes, l,eslio M Hesler Luther " Hunlplre, Win. C. llyde, Jolln Q. Jollnsoa) Oscar C. ,Jonas, Zaeilary T. Lanier, tlouston I,ongmire, Dorel B. Lyons, Uerwooa C. Hollers, James A. Taylor, D,tvld N. Tucker, James D. Tnrnipseed, HUb H. Walk(r, Will, F Walson, John Vceks, Clarenee Q Williams, Walter C, Wltaerson, Johu L. WillSton Isaac Whittaker, WiL lam--81 COMPANY F. Cnpltal Light Gurds.--JAcKsoN. James O. l,'uIler, Captain. David L. Sl|elton F|rst Lieutenant. ltarry C. Marshah Jr., eeond Lleatenant. Edward I1. Giebs, First Sergeant. Eugene Beanls, Qoartermastc, r Sergeant. Jaoles o S. Sauuers, Sergeant. Robert A. Ford, Sergeant. l.em ttawklns, Sergeant. Orbs M. lleall Sergeaut. Reu be|t D. Prildy, Corpural. Charles II Drake, Corporals Nllatle C. Bacues, Corp )ral. John It. Wyatt Corporal. William D. Kelly, Corporal. Adonlran| J. Whltfield, Corporal Clarence M. Sehnltk?r, Musiciau. George T. Hedles Musl,Aan. .Vi lanl J. Brady, Art ricer. James W. Tllomp$on, Wagoner. Adams, ]leoJaudu M. Lanca4er, Edwin M. Adams, Joe C. Lea, Charles U. Allen, WilLianl 1st Lhld, Albert AlLen, %Vllham 2(1 Lip ,conlb, Frank A. llaLdwln, Charles F. Long, J sac Boyd, Steplmn L. Moss, Los M. Brock, Courad It. Norwood, John M. Brown, Jim Oldi|am, Bowdon S. Camp, Audrew F. O'Neal, l.iehard M. Cl|astlnc, Marcus M, Parks. Ab Chtrk, Lee Permenter, Walter N. Clark, Oscar Saimders, William L. Deal, J ne J. Sch u lt z, Charles Do) le, WiLliam E. Slocnlnb, Genrge O. Eas'.er[ing, ],eou 8. Smltlt, George J..Jr. Ellis, ThOlllas L. blnytlle, D:tniei L. Ge|llry Jells ,pragghls, bllms C. G bbs, Johu J. Steh|,t'aui Gregory, Robert A. b:em Sol tlartsook, Ja|ncs D. Stephen , Ben R. ltawkins, John B. Trcwala, Jolln S. Itawkln% John IL Turner, CLarence O, Hearn, Jaules Vasl|bnro, l[ngh C. tltll, lh|gh Q. ,Vclls, Joc It.. Hngbes, Charlle E. West, Willis, Jollason, Cl|al'les Vileeler. Park Johuson, Lewis Wlllshirc. Wilier4 Jotlnson, t',)pc, A. Wilson. Guy R. Johason W|lliaol Z W|lson Ihlu:.'rt E. Joys o, Wilham J. Wilson, Rob' II. WalLace, Jess( ll--sa COMPANY G. TVesson Rifles. William F. Scales, Captaitl William E Utterback, First Lieut0n'tn l)t|ueao lI. Met'allure. Sccoml I,Leuteaant. Wa.ter E. Price. Fi)st Sergeant. Robert M. ,loses, Qd;ll nlasler Serge:tnl;, Win. II, Kler, Sergeant. Rmhard O. Byr.e, Sergeant. Robert H. Bastwiek, Sergeant o. o. eta Sergeant. antes I.ongstrcct, Corporal. llugh K. Srin2er. Cortoral. Robert It. ('ouonlly, Corporal. Jells F TboulpSOll, Corporal. Ja;nes M. Quiggins, Corporal. Andrew F. Harrlsln. Corporal llcnry I. Bennett. Musichlu. Georae C. IAldle, MusieJan lint|is E. Rl|ymes, W;I,.'Ouer. Wlllianl ,J Barry, Arlilieer. ndrews, Lucius F,. llowry, Frank M. Armstrong, Win. A. Ivy, t'bomas W. Aust, tleuryL. Jenologs WILn|ot L. Bridge, l,Pe E. J{ ingot, lake A. Brinsno. Wflkia W. Kllnger, Sau| B) rd, Parker 13. - Lessell, W|u. B. Busll, Wm I,. Leggett, Wade C. Brigl|:, ('ah.b 1t MeCaml, Win. 1'. Boydston, Marion B. MeCuen, Glover B. Carpeotcr Gus ('rawford, Jol|ll L. Carntbers, Sanlnel S Caldwell, ('allen C. ('al|l(Uln. Willis L. l)ees, Eogenc W. Duke Janles W. Du)iey, Jao|es 1I. DiHard, Lenl S. Ellis, Cllarles G. EhLlcr,. Normal| Floyd, Allen C. Fennell, ,Iohu D. Graftun, George A. Grantllora, Joseph R. Gray, Albert S, Glliesp:.e, James O. }h)ghstoo, Cl]as. A. llarrlsoO, Je-sc 1). liardin, Robert E 1tubs, ]lenry T. ttawRtns, James K. McDonald, Jolln P. Myers, Ainert, Jr. Mmkle, tlenry M. blayes t/ugh N. / ilaus Jalne:] f. Olston, Cllarles t) Q0iggJus, Kiuh)eh F. tos Cectl 1). Re d. Osbora E. Sandifer. MarR E. bmltb, Charles Snlder -Her|non L. Sal tit. lsoln R. Hcbroder, Vin. C. 8argent, 1"has. J. Sollivan. Jas. A. Tltlnlan, James B, Thomas. Albert S. Taylor, stephen V. D. Walker Bell M. Jr. Waits, Saln B. WiLson, ttubert B.--81 COMPANY H. ,tonewall Gnards.--BROOKHAVEN. I)anlel 1). Ewing, Captain. S:ln|uet W. lh)sldn, First Lieutenaut. t}anlcron MeCornllek. Second Lleulenaat. Cilarles lI. Parsons, Fh'st Sergeant. ClaIIde L. BowCU, Sergeant, Wii,nnl G. Pe|!a, ergeanr. JolJn E. dasoll. Sergeaut. ,|alll-S C LeBhlue, Scrgcant. ]lardy James Magce, eteaat, Ilerbcrt I.. Apldewhite, t,orp,lral. Albert W. llanford. Jr., Corporal. Attre(I MeCtendo|t. Jr,, Corporal George J. Slei)py , Corporal. Jam,,s M. Wright Corporal. " lwis A. Wright, Corpora4 *;'}Iiralll ('asqd Jr., Musician. C larles R. Whitellead. Musician. Will I',. East. Artificer. Aaron D. Hull, Wagoner. Arrhlgton, Oscar N I.eYflanc. Joe C. Apl,lewhile, Laurh C. McMillan, ('larches Applewl|ite. l,ewisB. MeMillan, John Ath'n. llnbt'rt IL Me('ormh'R, Ed M. Jr, Barre|t. James A. McGrath. James J. Ryrne. George H. McGowan Graves Brumllgld,Henry S., Jr. Marsalts, .ames F. Bruolfi.qd, Willis Marsalls, I,ewls }t. Brumfield, 1)ltdley A. Meadows, Will It. ;'erryhlll, James II. MeCsleb, Willis F. Bradqlaw. George Moreton. Robert D. Busby, Irvln Moore, Lens e A, (?one?;, tlenry E. Nolaa. James A, ( ulett, Sidney P. Ott. lhlrk ('ulett. George W. Jr. Pepper, Cooper l'rlce. ,Io Carter Ernest W. Causey, Sidney G. l'rewltt. Ernest C. Davls, F, oy A. Freslhtge. Willie FI. Erbin. John Powell. Albert L. EobaoRs, aul Runyan, Itarry C. Freeman. l't|rley J. He' erts. ,]olin Do (;reelv. ,Vill %V. Smith. ()lia|n (;Ill, Wlllte blerens, Edward T. Sr. Itoke, Howard O. Stevens. Edward T. Jr. Hall Itarry Jr. Sierra, Joseph L. Hosktns. Charles tatullf.r. Everett S. l[uddlesron. Otho It. 'i ews, R4bert ]Iart. Jells L "J'ews, Aogust I]. ]ls|'rington, llowarfl "laylor, Artln|r lI. Hen|monet. Prosper .Vt|sOII) Jolul H. Kornrumpt, William L. Williams, ()sear King, Bobert tl. Weaver. lIubert O. Wcat hersby, IIoward--84. *l'ransferred to Second Heghnent as Quarter- master. COMPANY I. SValghall (luards--M EnID'IA.W Charles W. Schamtler, ()aptaia. Edwhl M. Martin. First Lleatcnaat) Gabe Jacobsen, Second l, ientcnaU!o :lm I. MeCanls, Frst Sergeant. Vitton T. Sturges, Qaartermaster Sergeant. Itomer Brette. Sergeant. ]'aui Brown. Sergeant. Gustave M. HeiJ, Sergeant. James (L Wilson, Sergeant. Alexis T. tlarv0y, Corporal. EIh(b F. }hlddleston, t orporal. ,lanles T LawsQn, Corlral. Percy L. MarthL Corlaoral. Alexander W. Osborne, Corporal. Janrtm A. Ward, ('orporal James hi. Love, Masiclan. Richard G. V. Mytt'ln, Mnsleian. Berry W. Grifrin, Artificer. Jaeob Wolif, Wagoner, Allen, BelnlC.t$ It. Anderson. IIenry Briggs, Robert W. ];roaelL Elan E. Cantnm. Rupert. Cbatfleld, ttardy M. Comfort..lames 8. CLarke. Elisha M. Cornwell, Joltu B. ))oberty, ,Ioscp'a C. Durhan. l)eWltt ('. E.slen. Will Jam E. Easterllng, James tl. Featberstone. W. M, Flannlgan, Frank ,L Gatllrlght, Win. A. GreeLy, John S Griffin, Mortimer A. llackett, Johu A, ltall Earl W. I1 stallion, ()scar E. |lanaa, Mabry A, Ileiss. ,John L. }losklas. ]{cnrv C. James Willlanl If. Jenkins. llomer 1). Jones. IIenrv II. Joues, Janl's E. Keeton, Luther Kling. George B. Leake, Jells S. Lee, Fitzhuglt l,owenberg, llanrv MeCants. James K. MeNalr, Jolln C. McPhillla|v, James A. Merrlt, Wiillam E. Mllcy, Robert ('. Montgomery Walter IL Mooz y, ]|a[IA. ,Ioss, ,lohn C. MOSS Lutllcr G. 5Io we. Matthew H. Perkins, Isaiah Penptn, WnL P. Pries. 'fhmnas T. ]leanly, Maurice B. Ray, Joim E. ]ey||olds, James M. Natl|lders, H,)sea It. belt, Tli()rnas tJ bhields Ed v,'i o b lunalc, Joba L, Walker, l)ryden L. Walker. Anthony J. Well, Eugene I. M/bile. Wm. A. Wrote, Ed,ar M, Wllllaln, Park V,]son, Solomon M. West. Usceo a Williams, Zoa WilliAms. Joel E.--Z COMPANY K. McIasurln (;unrds.--HicKoEy. Robert M. Dense ('aptlllt. o W J la . Peters. F rst i.ienteaitnt. VCalter . Welel|, Second Lieatctlant. Frank F, D mald. Flu'st Sergeant. O. C. Dease, Quartermaster 8ergeaat. 3 i!1 i [ I II I I I Ill II Illll I l I 1'. Guyton, Sergeant. D. lmtleaster, l,'rgoant. O. M. Lawrence. Sergeaat. C. E. Beanie, erg0anL Joe C. Ayeock, Corporal. R. M. ltouse, Corporal. L. W. Humner Curporal. L. D. N'ic lo s, Corporal ,V. W. Rogers, Corporal. H. M. Baellanan, Corpor&l. Asa Wells, Ml|sician. T. P. tlorn, Musician. John 11. Adams, Artificer. II. W. Williams, Wagoner. Alexander, W.T. blclfenry, W. E, Adanls, J. ti NiUlOeKS, V. , Aycoek, W.T. Owens, J. P. Aycbck, Mat Overby, bl. F. Bayeot, U.M. Olsen M.E. Brame, M. If. Part n, T. J, Brown, b.M. l'owo, J. R, Bond, C. M. Patton, J. N. Barksdale, J.D. Patton, R. W. Bodker, J.A. Patton, ,I. P. Buchanan, T. 2'. }'hettenlace, G. O. Cochran, F.C. Robinson, E. M. Campbell, M. L Ray. E. A. Cols|on, W ]t[vers, T. G DJnsby, J.L. Reeves, G W. list)ilia lticl|mond Stewart, R. M. Everelt' T.S. Sanshlg, G. L. Flanagn, It. II. Slill, J. M. Fourney, P, 11. Sto:<es, W. J. Grey. Ed Slleely, S. N. Gaolbrell It. A. Saiiiva||, W. I'. Herren, . E. Smilb E.B. IIunter, 1. E. 1 beriot, P. S. ]lotliday, A.U. Trotter, A. P. Harper, J. W Trotter, A. C. Jordan, G.E. T]|ayres, tl. M. Kil!|brougll, (3-. Willianls W.L. KunbrouglL O. P, V, alKer, . I,. Leach, W.E. Williaulson, A. W. ).ockbart, W.F. White M. 1,. Moore, N, '1". V, est, 12.--81 COMPANY L. llattlesburg Invincibles. A. Fairly, Captain. Vlrg|l ,lbnes, First Lieutenant. John tl. Buslnnan, S(COtld IAentenant. Joseph H. Bceu|aa, Firs Sergeant. B. H. Ednlonson, Quartermaster ;crgeaalk R. 8. Field, Sergeant. J. A. Baaunlon Sergeant. A. R, Fall" ey, Sergeanl;. C. W. Wallace, Sergeant. N. Gaibrcato, Corporal. J. J. Glllis, Corporal. V. tl. Jones, Corporal. J. M. Fairley, Corporal, V Fleasant, Corporal. Rober A. Facto, Corporal. Bobert T. MeNulty, Artiriecr. Charles W. Sisson, Wagouer. If. L. Anderson, Musician. A W. Cleve:.nd, Muslclan. I'a les, 1L H. l.eo, H. D. J-tcown, T.B. Miller, A. W. Batsoa, A, W. Matthews, C.A. Bnrt, I,. Miles, E. F. Cllerry, T.S. Miles, E. N. Cooke, ,I. E Morel:lnd, 1,. K. Cowart, 11. tl. McLain, F. Cronia. A. I). MeAIpit|c, V. C. CLarke, T. E--[I McGilvray. D. G. *Cbambass, MeG.regor, W. A. Comb, E.A. McKiastrv, N Dearulan, E. Jt[. McElroy,'W. D'Arey, t'. Pool II, J. Gi.lis, F.G. PresMev, George I GolL J.A. Rau Is, "C. P. Guff, W. %'. lttdgeway, N. (}rantham. O.W. Bowan. r.'. C. Grantbanl, l), II. Ross. ,I. I'. G-ranlhaln, J. SI/|ltll, V. B." HatLn)rn. C.V. Snllth 2'. llitt, It. C. Sm tb. W. A. Holeomb. E. IL Tbonlas, rV. H|ntlln, S.W. Tale, M. A. Jarman. N.V. "rravis. C. A. Johnsoo. J.F. Vauglm E. Jones, Byrotl War|is. W. D. Jones, Leorl Wallis, T. F. Ketou, A. B Wallis. A. V. Knight, S:M|I Wall(el . E. 1':. KInstey, J. Webb 11. B. Ledford, T. It. Wilso:l. J. M. Windhann E. F.--sz. *Died July 4, 189S. COMI'ANY 1,I. Elllsville allies. Ch:trles l{llSll S!lallnon, Caplahl. JobII N','e' lie Mcl nloll. Frst la!ett(ella:| Will. HopkloS Foster, Seco;l 1 1Ae|ltellilllS Matthew M. Gray, First Sergeant. ]Q'astus W, Slade, Q;larulastcr. Paul Mtlatz QntcR,tSergeant. Waller A. ParRot, crgcant. A rtbur WasIllugloo Fridge, Sergeant. Joseph l)eval Sl|arbrougll, Sergeant. Y. Stewart J GlSOtl, Corpora|, ],orPn IL Coli|l|S, Corporal, Alteu F. Camerou, Corporal Edgar Craft, ('orporal. ]tel'on N. Snllth Corporal. A. W. Sharp, Corpor:l, Sylvester A. Eve, Mlrqcian, Walter Moore i3arl)enter, Mt|stclan." Charles C. Howell. Wagoner. Jobn A. Car||es, Artificer. llag;mlt, l[eory ,lee es. Walter C. ]tcek, CLl:l. E. KuJgur, Wyatt D. Sensor. Will. J. Lanier. Clid'ord D. BoWe:l, Sant;lc| E. 1Aiwrence. Henry O. Bre;vstcr. John S. lee L'arr . Brosher, Wtl|. R. ],opel'. Ell Brt)wniee. John Love, Jil'OVO Bnrdctl, Tllomas W. Lyle, Ma lison Busl|t)ce. )*Vnt. N. McGhee, W. N Cauthen. B. R., Jr. McGuirc. J. Luther ('O| IInq, Robert I. McPllee. Vnl. F. Cavil|glen, EiIgene V. Meuasco Andrew J. Craven. Wal. T. Mills, Win. E. Creel, Alonzo Morgan, Joseph ,V. Cross, ,laalCS ,l:lrtin. James C, I)avls, E Maxwell Goc. 1}. l);vall. Buford E. iXIeUorlnck, hi;aridly lit l)avls A.A. O'Donnel',Cha. W. Day s. J. lt. l'ryor, Joseph A. Dennagon, ('.llar;e ltcad, Metlory Elwards, Lclnuel B. Held W. It. Ever, Charles C. Its )blns. Joha B. Ford, Vln. E. SCott. All,tin Forrester ('ends Setlle, Joho Garrett, ,ames T. Sharp, Felix ('. Sit g etcrrv, Jesse {irabaul, J. I'. Jr. Go gll, .Josellh I,. SIIht: L .lobs N. Iterrmg. ,Iohll SV, D. Smllll. ,Iol|ll V. lilac(ix, Jesse E. Stepheus, l,'rcderiek lt. ]{OtlStO'.l. TllOL J Todd, J41nms J. Iturst. Win. 1). Turner, E : OPEN LETTERS FKOM Green and ]Lr. Harry Hrdy. JENNIE E. GRt, Denmark, Iowa, wri..a to Mrs. Piukham: "I had been sick at my monthly seven years, and tried I ever heard of, but without any benefit Was froubled withlmekaehe) headache, pains in tha and dizziness. Through my was induced to try Lydi E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and |tha done me as much acid. I am ":llOw sound and welL" Mrs. ttARRV IIADr, Riverside, Iowa, "" writes to Mrs. Pinkham e story at le with ,.rious ovarian trou- and thc benefit sle received frm of Lydi E. Pint(ham's Vege- table Compound. This is her letter: "How thankful I am tlmt I took your medicine, I was troubled for %we years with inflatnmation of the womb and ovaries, womb was also very low. I wasin con:dantmizery. I had , h*.rt trouble, was short of breath and uld not wMk five blocks to :tve my life. Suffered very much with my bak, had headache all the time, was na-vous, menstruation were irregular and pak'.fut, had a bad diseharffo and was troabtd with bloaing. I was a perfect wreck. Had docored and taken local treatments, but st i ! l was u o betr, I was advised by one of my lalghbors to write to you. I trove now second bottle of Mrs. Iqnk- fegetablc Compound, and am tier in every way. I am able to da and can walk nearly somet}fing I I been sblo to do for orer*tvo Your medicino ha8 dono Jackson, I,emnel A. Wallace. Henry C. Woo.I..h)seph W Igttllroud Colnp.ny Or'au|zed. The Pontotoe & Starkville RMlroad Co|npny has just been organized witll an authorized capital of $100.000. Tl eontemplated line of railroad is of exceedinffly light//redo, and is desig'ned to conneeb the towu Of Pontotoc-. the Gulf & t'tfical'o Railroad, with the town of Starkville, anti will be about sixty miles iu length. This line will [)ass throuffh one of the lno.,t produ= tire cotton belts between the Mobile & Ohio and Illin6is Central Raih'oads. to say nothinff of the splendid forests of both hard and soft woods. TM'; iine will cross the Southern. or Georgi:t Pacific, and at Starkville connect wi',h the Mobile & Ohio and the Illinois Cen- tral lines, giving an enviab!e railroad outlet, and supplying  long sou.,'at arid much needed conneetion with the outside world. This railroad llas the most favoruble prospects for an early construction. ])rother Kills Brother. At Inffolnar, a station six miles south of New Albany, last week. Botto Walker shot and instantly killed .J odie Roberson. Roberm told Walker lie was gain/.; to throw water on him. Walker replied: "If you do I wilt Icill you." l[e threw the water and drew his gnn and shot him through the heart. They were half brotllers. Railroad Commission Clerk Retd;;'ns. Mr. T. (', Kimbrou'h, clerk of the ratA-earl commission, has tendered his resignation to the commission, to take effect on September 1. and goes into the firm of ('ritz & Beckett. of West P,)in. This firm wilt be then known as Critz. Beckett & Kimbrough. One Death hi the Second Regiment. The Second Mississippi, in canlp at Jacksonville. Fht., lost one man htst week. T.G. lvey, of West l'oint, died of typhoid fever. Five other cases a|, , in carat;, but the others are doing well. ']?he men are badly in need o n|oney tu care for the sick. Charged %Vlth Killing u Negro. J. S. Searcy of ('orintA is ii jail at Jackson charged with the killing' ot Robert Cole, a colored haek-driver. Cole was found one inornin last week :iitting o his hack. dead. with his throaL hrt from ear to ear. It is charg'ed that the knife with which the ghustly wounds were inflicted was wielded by Sear(y, who travels for the Adams M- chine Company of Corinth. Freedem Assured Them. C-'qa soy--Cagey ? Case)'-- Yi... " "Don't yez Msh thor O;reisnd bc!unge to Sbpain' --Iuek. II I I I I I I I I IIII I I 0 I I i! A YOUTHFUL REASONER. He Applles His Study of Natural His- tory to the Solution of a Scl- " cntlflc Problem. "Johnny," exclaimed Mr. Blykins, "what ars you doing', m "Thinking, sir." ;i;7o d a gU t  aet esY fni' e;hu nk lgs: "I was thinking about my lesson." "What book are you engaged in peruslng at this time?" inquired the old gentleman. "Natural history." "Ah, a very useful and interesting study. It broadens the ideas and assists in taldng the mind from the customary cares of life without the danger of demora)ization which sometimes attends frivolou forms of diver- sion." "Yes, sir." "How far along have you proceeded in the study of natural histmT?" 'Tin learning about arr;phibious anlmMs noxv." "And a highly interestlng branch of the animal kingdom Can you nlme an am- phibious animal--one with which we are all fsmiliar?"'AndMr. Blvkins folded his bands before him and gazed at his son with a look of wise expectancy. "Ithinkso. Is man an animal?" "In the sclent "fie sense vet] " "And an amphibious alimal is one that consumes both air and water?" "Yes." "Then a man is one. If he weren't, what wmdd be the use of having any soda foun- tains?"--Vashington Star. newly married connle is desirous of |er, they are not lnown for a few and all their friends are desirous of them.--Atchlson Globe. A STARTLED MOTHER. From the Frceport (Ill.) Bulletln. While bus), at work iu her home, Mrs. William Shay, corner of Taylor and Han- cock Avenues, Freeport, Ill., was startled )y hearing a noise just behind her. Turning " I , quickly I I sb, e s',w /'ff "" , , -' creeping  [ t o w a r d ('1',7/,4 I her her  I I" ter, 13 e a- ,#' \\;\\ trice. The _.) J \\;\\ 4 e h i 1 d  II \\;\\ ,:r rn o v ed II II \\;0 /Y0',,. over the II K M') v'___ floor with U "" ,d" 00(2t o --'- s e o m ell Mrs. Shay Wa SturUed. filled vith joy at finding her mother. The rest st the happening Is best toId in the mother's own words. She said: "On the 28th of Sept., 1896, while in the bloom of health, 13eatriee was suldenly and evere]v ai[lieted with spinal meningits. trong'and vi,,orons before, in five weeks she became feel)Jr and suffered from a para- lytic stroke which twisted her head bacl} to the side and made i[ impossible for her to move a limh. lter speech, however, was not affected. \\;Ve ea]]ed iu our fanlily doctor, one of the most experienced and successful practitioners in the city. He considered the case a very grave one. Before long ht- tle Beatrice wa cam ePed to , "' ' p . wear a plaster paris jacket. Prominent physicians were eonsult(.d, electric batteries ,a'ere applied, but no benefit wa noticed until we tried ])r. Vfilliams' Pink Pills for Pale People. "Busy in my kitchen on'e afternoon I was startled by tlle cry of 'Mamma' from little Beatrice who was reeping towards me. I ad p!ace(1 her e.n an improvised bed in the parlor. She hecan|e tired of waiting for me to come baek and made up her mind to gore me, so her story 'My Pink Pills made me walk,' which she tells everyone who comes to our house, was then for the first time veri- fied. She ba walked ever since. She has now takeu about nine boxes of the pills and her pale and pinched facc has been growing rosy, and her limbs gained strength day by 1 day, She s,eeps all night long now, while be- fore taking the pills she cou!d rest but a few hours at a time." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People are sold by all druggists. Nerves Out og Tune. Just as the strings of a musical instrument get out of tune through lacl of care and break out into ear-tortnring discords when touched, so the human nerves get out of tune, and make everybody miserable that comes in contact with'them Every tobacco- user s nerves are out of tune nloe or less, and the real tobacco-slave's lerves are re- laxed to the utmost. No-To-Bac is the tun. ing-key which t|ghtens th nerves makes them respond quickly to the emotions, re- sulting i,a the hanpincss of all. No-To-Bar guaranteed tobac.o habit cure, makes weak men strong. We advise all tobacco-users to I take No-To-Bac. Reudy to Correct All Irror. Old Skinflint (gruffiv)--Fifteen dollars for I ,se i pera g!asses ? I can't see Jr, sit'. I )pti .ian (b!andly)--Perhaps I should first ou with a pair of my $18 gold spectacles. [ A TRAVELLER'S TESTIMONY. What He Carried on the Cars: To Take when Travelling-. Every traveller knows that continuous lourneying on the railroad is very apt to derange the system in some way. In spite of spriugs and soft seals there is a contin- uous jar and vibration, which acts upon the nervous system, and produces results varying somewhat, according to the strength st the traveller or his predisposi- tion to some specific ailmeut. The most Conlmou CouseqBence of coutinuous car riding is constipation. And this condition invariably headache, and tends to biliousness. J. J converse, St. Louis, Ms, found a way to avoid the evil effects of coustipatiou, to which he was subject wheu travelling. He carried with him "the pill that will" cure constipation and all its sequent sufferings. This is what he says : , "Travelling ou the ears tends to constt- patiou with me, but by using Dr. J. C, Ayer's Pills moderately, my bowels are kept in healthy action. They alsoprvent: keadache."--J. J. CONVERSe, St. Louis, Mo. Dr. Ayer's Pills are gocd for constipation under all circumstances and condltions, They have cured long standing cases after every othcr medicine had failed. Rev. Francis B. Itarlowe, of Atlanta, Ga., fur. nishes a case in point. He writes ; "For some years past, I was subject to constipation, from which I suffered in- creasing inconvenience, iu spite of the use of medicines of various kinds, until some months ago, wheu 1 began taking DrJ.C. Ayer's Pills. They hay( entirely corrected the costive habit, and vastly improved my general health."(gsv,) F&AIqCIa B, IIARLOWE, Atlanta, Ga. Constipation is, perhaps, the most serl. ous physical evil of to-day. It is like the Octopus, that grapples Its victim and fasteus its tentacles on trunk and limbs one after another, until at last, incapable of longer resistance, the helpless being succumbs to his frightful foc. Constipa- tlou is the beginning of mauy of the most murderous maladies, the clogged system becoming charged with poisons that affect the liver and kidney's, and prostrate the entire being mentally, morally, and physically. Dr. Ayer's "Ptlls will cur constipallon. If you doubt it send forDr. Ayer's Curebook, free, containing thu testimony of those cured by this .emedy. Address J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, las. A Beautiful Present GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the Szo,ooo originals by Muville, which will be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below. These Plaques are 4o inches in circumference, are free of any suggestion of advertising whatever, and will ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtained only in the manner specified. The subjects are: American Wild Ducka, American Pheasants English Quail, English Snipe, The birda are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold. ELASTIC STARCH has been the standard for aS years. TWENTY-TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. A.SK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. How To Get Them: All purchasers of fhree 10 e@nt or Mx 5cent packages of Elastic Starch (Flat Iron Brand), arc entitled to re. eeivnfrom thcir goeer one of these Imautiful Gsme PIsques free. The plaques will not be sent by mail. They can be obtained only from your grocer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay. This offer is for a short time only. IN A WORLD WHERE "CLEANLINE88 18 NEXT TO CODLINE$$" NO PRAISE Ifl TOO tREAT FOR SAPOLIO --Jewelers' Weekly. A Georgia lady writes: "Since first using nd s'oing the v,due of Dr. Moffett's TE'rU- INA (l'eeth,)g Powders) iu all troubles tact- ient to ehildhood, I have never heen without them iu the house, and would advise all ,Plethora to give them." TEETnINA Aids Di- I estion, Regulates tile Bowc,s, makes teeth- ing easy and keeps the baby in a healthy con- dition. Impossible to Doubt. Upguardson "['here has been so many re- 0orts of those Cuban eables being cut {'hen hey huren't been cut at a II tha I don't take .any more stock ill stories of tha t kind. Atom Yes, but it's true this time. The new, about the last cable that was cut,came ver the eablitself.Chica'go Tribunm Piso's Cure is the medicine to break uo children's Coughs and Colds.--Mrs. M. G. Blunt, Sprague. Wash., Marh 8, '94. Freedom Assured Them. Claney--Casey? Casev--Yis. "Dofi't vez ,,ish th(>t Oireland belonged to Shpain ."--Puek. Fits stopped free and permanently cured No fits after first day's use of ])r.'Klinc's Great Nerve Ieestoret:. Free $2 trial bottle & treatise. Dr. Kline. 933 Arch st., Phila., Pa. Beauty may only be skin deep, buhe ride of it reaches into the heart.--Ram's _rlorn. To Cnrc a Cold in O'e DRy "Fake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tah]ets. All druggists refand money if it fails to cure. 25e. A man isn't mighty heeause he never falls, lint because of his ability to rise when he tumbles.-42hicgo Daily News. - .... .J_ CASTORIA Always i00ught Boars the Pmm0sl)igestion,Cheerful- hess and neither Opmm,Horphine nor fttdal. OT NC OTIC. iI il=__ .4.ise $d * W=m. .r,t - Ap-feet Reraly r oL.eoasu- fion. Sour Stomaen.uiarrn0ea, Worms.Convuons,Feerish- ross tmdLoss OF SF, ZP. l'asimile Signature of lq'EW "gORK. ' The , Kind You B'ave Always Bought. When a man begins to go down hill he, finds the htw of gravitation and the encour. agement of his friends help him along.--Chi. cage Daily.ews. Don't You Sleepl' Does your Head Ache? Somnifl Caffein rnres instantly. All drngg sis, 25 cents. Dr, Paxton Co., 20111iver St.,Troy, N. , If people who are eoneelted almost'to the exploding point enjoy themselves, why need anybody object?--Washington (Ia.) o- eras. ltail' Cuturra 173nrc Is a Constitutional Cure. Price 75c. Peop!e are beginning to admi thet many men are looking for work who do nat want it.--Atchison Globe. 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