The Topeka Daily Capital from Topeka, Kansas on October 6, 1901 · Page 2
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?. THE TOPEKA DAILY CAPITAL: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 6, 190L COURT HEARD THE LETTERS Hodgson - Schley Correspondence Again Read. TOLD ALL ABOUT THE LOOP What tho Brooklyn Navigator and ; Hia Commander Said About It " Editorials Denouncing Schley B&rred From the Hearing. "Washington, D. C, Oct. 5. Only on cession of the Schley court of inquiry was held today. An adjournment until Monday was taken at 1 o'clock in order to allow court and counsel to recuperate after an arduous week's labor. Practically the only witness of the day was Lieutenant Commander Albon C. Hodgson, who was navigator of the flagship Brooklyn during the campaign of 1S98, and almost his entire time was taken up with the reading of correspondence between himself and Admiral Schley concerning an alleged colloquy between them during the battle off Santiago which the witness was reported to have detailed to a newspaper correspondent. The correspondence has been published and1 this fact rendered the proceeding of comparatively little popular interest. Lieutenant Doyle was also on the stand again, but only for the purpose of correcting his former testimony. During the day Judge Advocate Lemly made another statement concerning Admiral Sampson's dispatch of May 30, 1S93, Tl.itlng especially to the admiral's use of the word "Santiago" whore it was alleged he had Intended to use the word "Clen-fuegos." Will Sampson be a WitnessP There is much interest in yesterday's episode concerning Admiral Sampson and there Is still doubt as to whether he will be a witness. It will remain with Admiral Schley and his counsel to say for what day, if any day, he Fhall be called. The controversy as to the admiral's meanln? in Ms "Dear Schley" dispatch of May 20 has in no wise been abated by the tentative agreement as to his being summoned. Counsel on both sides had before them this morning copies of the dispatch and each was trying strenuously to Tiring the other to their view of the case. The first of the witnesses of a previous day who were recalled to correct testimony was Lieutenant Doyle, who was on the Brooklyn during tho battle off Santiago. He made a number of changes in phraseology. His attention was called to an error in his former testimony in stating the distance the Brokolyn stood out from the Moro at Santiago in reply to a question from the court. He had formerly placed this distance at two or three miles, but he had erroneously based his statement on the I02 for June 28, instead of May 28. Looking at the log for May 28 hs found only one estimate of tho distance out, placing it at seven miles. When Lieutenant Doyle was excused Captain Lemly again brought up the question of the difference of construction of tho last paragraph of the "Dear Schley"' letter. He produced tho original copy, reading a part of the paragraph as follows: "I therefore am of the opinion that the best success of capturing their ships would be to hold the two points, Cienfuegos and Havana, with all the force we can muster. If liter it should develop that these vessels at Santiasro we could assemble off that port the ships best suited for the purpose and completely blockade it. Until we then receive more positive information we shall continue to hold Havana and Santiago." Captain Lemly then said: "If the court please, I was yesterday requested by counsel for the applicant to produce the original of tht letter from Admiral Sampson to Commodore Schley dated May 20, 1898, the question being as to the final name at the end of the first paragraph, whether It should be 'Cienfuegos' or 'Santiago.' I have the original and the name appears 'Santiago.' and appears over an erasure. I invite attention to the fact that In the press copy book it is Santiago, which shows that the change was made before the letter was press-copied and sent. I will add that the punctuation is as I stated yesterday in tho press copy." He also, at the dequest of Admiral Echley's counsel, introduced another copy, "in which," he said, "you will see there was no correction. It appeared originally at Santiago." The court examined the original papers and the press copies with care and It was Itching Skin Distress by day and night That's the complaint of those who are so unfortunate as to be afflicted with Eczema or Salt Rheum and outward applications do not cure. They can't. The source of the trouble is in the blood make that pure and this scaling, burning, itching skin disease will disappear. "I was taken with an Itching on my arms which proved very disagreeable. I concluded It was salt rheum and bought a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla. 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Our physicians have made a life-long stud y of Blood and Skin Diseases, and better understand such cases than the ordinary practitioner who makes a specialty of no one disease. We are doing great good to suffering humanity through our consulting de partment, and invite 'yon to write us if you have any blood or skin trouble. We make no charge jnriatever for this service. 1X1 SWOT tf CC1FI0 CO, ATUMTA. tA. agreed that the papers should again be printed in the record. Captain Lemly then requested that all the papers in Admiral Schley's possession bearing upon the case be supplied, and Mr. Rayner replied for the admiral that he (Admiral Schley) had no more papers. Lieutenant Commander Albon C. Hodgson was then called to continue his testimony of yesterday. He was asked by Captain Lemly about his correspondence with Admiral Schley concerning what the judge advocate denominated a "newspaper colloquy, and Captain Lemly replied that this was the witness' own characterization. Tho letters were then read by the judge advocate, Commander Hodgson iden tifying the various documents as they were separately presented. Mr. Rayner said that if he desired the letters would be accepted as evidence and that they could be printed without being read. Captain Lemly replied, however, that he considered that the letters have an important bearing upon the precept and that therefore he preferred to read them. While the reading of the letters between Admiral Schley and Lieutenant Commander Hodgson and newspaper articles bearing upon the correspondence was in prog ress, Mr. Rayner objected to the reading of one of the newspaper statements as Ir-relavent. The reading had required considerable time. Admiral Dewey said: "Those things could all have been printed. You are taking valuable time here. We want facts-facts. We don't want newspaper articles. We have ruled these out. Cannot these ar ticles be printed?" Captain Lemly. "Then they would be in evidence. Do you mean you don't want them at all?" Admiral Dewey: "We want them." "Could not they be printed like other papers? We want very thing that passed between Lieutenant Hodgson and Commodore Schley that appertains to this controversy, but we would, not like this record to contain editorials against Commodore Schley. I do not think there ought to be printed in the record an editorial against Admiral Schtey, or any other admiral, or in favor of him, which was never seen by Admiral Schley at all. That article was not sent In any letter to Admiral Schley. Ho says not" Captain Lemly: "It is really a part of the corespondence and referred to. We do not contend for one moment that any allegations that may be made in that editorial against Admiral Schley are proof of what these allegations are, but this is a part of the correspondence and necessary in determining as to what was the propriety of Commodore Schley's conduct In the premises." Mr. Rayner: "Would you take a state ment from me now that Admiral Schley says he never saw it and never re ceived it?" Judge Advocate: "You have made that statement. Mr. Rayner: "I do not think this record ought to be stained with these calumnies against Admiral Schley." The court then retired for consultation and after a few minutes returned, making the following announcement through Ad miral Dewey: 'The court decides that any clippings from newspapers whloh form a part of the correspondence between Admiral Schley and Lieutneantr Hodgson should properly be read." Mr. Rayner: "May it please the court there is no vidence to show that this particular editorial forms a part of the correspondence, or that it was ever re celved by Admiral Schley." Admiral Dewey: "Under that ruling, it ought not to be read." After the further reading of the letters and before the entire correspondence had. been exhibited, the court at 1 o'clcok ad journed until Monday. BUT BE SURE TO RETURN IT. Special to the Capital. Lawrence, Kan., Oct. 5. The football game played here this afternoon between teams representing the University of Kan sas and the Kansaa State Normal school was won by the university team by a score of 3G to 10. The game was as the score indicates one-sided. The University team had the Normal team bested at every point, size of men, perfection of playing, tackling, interference and team work. These helped the University to win, but good luck enabled the Emporia boys to score twice, once on a fake play, and once on a fumble when the ball was on the seven yard line, and Kansas was steadily advancing it toward the goal, when Buzzi dropped it, and Peterson picked it up and ran 113 yards to a touchdown, without a man of the University to touch him. Two of Kansas' touchdowns were made by pretty fake plays, in which the halts went against the left sdde of the Emporia line as if they had the ball, while the ball was passed, with some delay to the full back, who went around the other way and got the scores. Jenkinson did this twice, and the gains made were about twenty-five yards each time. The game was hotly contested from the first, and while Kansas had the ball and made good gains as a rule, once or twice the Normal men made a stand and made some advances. For the Normal team Peterson played the best game. In his position as fullback he was Into every play, almost always stopped the advance, and as captain directed the men. When he was given the ball he also made good gains, but he could not play the game by himself so the score was kept down. Priest, the plucky Emporia left end, also played a hard game, and time and again plunged into the play and stopped the advancing Varsity men. One Was Badly Hurt.1 In the second half Priest was badly hurt, rendered unconscious, and carried from the field in that condition. He recovered consciousness on reaching the hotel and it was found that in addition to the bump on the head that had rendered him senseless, he had broken one of the bones in his ankle. Middlekauf also played a good game at quarter, but he, too, was re placed toward the close of the game by Ice, The university team showed great Im provement over the condition of a week ago, the men played together, they played lower, and the interference was greatly Improved, while the work was a great deal faster. The improvement was laid to two things, the longer training under the di rection of Coach Outlarid, and the presence of several new men in the game, iness, wno piayea . center two years ago, was back in that position today, and excelled himself in the good work done Allphln had a place in tho line as left tackle, carried his 2C0 and more pounds In excellent shape, and made good gains when given the ball. Davidson, the new half, was also in the game, and while his first work was not good, he braced up as the play proceeded, and was one of the men who made the big gains of the after noon. Jenkinson, Nofsinger and Hicks and Ellis also played well, while Buzzi and Brummidge, who were put in Just before the game closed, made good their reputations. 'Varsity Started Ball. The University got the first kick off and Woodward sent the ball down the field for forty yards. Keith returned it ten yards. when it was lost on a fumble, and the university then carried it down the field by Nofsinger, Jenkinson and AUphin, who took it over the first touchdown In less than two minutes' play; Davidson kicked goal. Middlekauf kicked off for the Normals, and Jenkinson brought back the ball ten yards. It was then advanced by Jenkin son, Woodward, Allen, Davidson, Hicks, Nofsinger, Louthan and Allphln until in nineteen plays Jenkinson had carried it over, and Davidson again kicked the goal. From the next kick-off Kansas against advanced the ball the entire length of the field, without losing it and the third touch down was made on successive line plays, Louthan going over, and Davidson kick ing goal. On the next kick-off the Normal got the ball immediately on Allen's fumble, and it was then on the fifteen yard line. Peterson, McFarland and Middlekauf were used to advance the ball. Middlekauf finally going over on a seventeen yard gain on a fake play. There was no goal. During the first half Hick had been re tired because of injuries to his knee and Ellis took his place. When the teams lined up Emporia had the same men on the field, but Kansas had put Vincent in Woodward's place at right tackle. Mid dlekauf kicked off and Davidson returned twenty yards with the ball, and It was advanced by other men for twenty yards more, when Priest was badly hurt, and had to be carried from the field,and Dunlap was sent out in his place. Kansas then continued the advances, Davidson making twenty yards on an end play, and other men forcing the ball ahead until it was given to Jenkinson and he carried It over, Davidson again kicked the goal. From the next kickoff there was not as easy a field for Kansas as after thirty yards' gain Elder made ' two bobbles In passing the ball and Kansas was forced to try a punt, but this too fell short in the passing, and it was the Normals ball for the first time on downs. After four attempts Mlddledauf tried a place kick, but It was blocked by Hess before he had touched the ball, and It was Kansas' ball on downs. It was then but a short time until the ball was over the line, the last gain of thirty-five yards made by Jenkinson of the fake play; Davidson kicked goal. On the next kickoff Kansas steadily advanced the ball until it was on the seven yard line, when it was fumbled and Peterson picked it, and carried It the length of the field, (to tfie touchdown, but failed to make the goal. When Kansas got the ball on downs after the kickoff It was again advanced with regularity and Jenkinson went through on the fake again for the sixth and last touchdown of the game, and Davidson kicked his sixth goal. For the remaining few minutes of play, the ball did not get far from the center of the field, and was" lost by each side on fumbles, Just previous to the calling of time. The teams lined up as follows Kansas. Position. Normal. Nofsinger right end Roberta Woodward and Vincent right tackle Wilhoite Louthan right guard ..Huey Hess center Harrison Dodds left guard Keith j Allphln and Brummidsre left tackle Cross 1 "Hicks left end Priest and Dunlap Elder Quarter back ....Middlekauf IN EVER HAVE ACKACI win 1JD Headache or Bearing Down Pains Any Al6rePeru-na Made Me Well. and Ice Davidson rbrht halfback McFarland Allfn ana Buzzi left halfback Hensley Jenkinson(Capt.) fullback (Capt.) Peterson Officials A. U. ElUCK, rereree; vnaun- cey Archiouette. umpire; Coleman and Woodford, timekeepers; t ncK. ana tsuzzi, inemen: time or halves, zi minutes, Touchdowns, Allphln, Jenkinson (4, Louthan. Middlekauf, Peterson. Goals, Davidson (6). Those Wh ich Foreign era to Our Shore Learn to Use First. What are the most expressive phrases in colloquial English? Of the dozens that VW wX Supreme Court Decides You're Not a Thief If You Give Back Property. The question of when a man Is a thief and when he is not was definitely settled by a decision handed down by the Supreme court yesterday. Milton Sheperd and Charles Stewart were convicted la Rush county of stealing a saddle. They appealed the case to the Supreme court, claiming that they took the sadille as a Jest and returned it a few days afterward. The Supreme court reversed the case, holding that no felonious intent was proved by the state and that a person was not guilty of larceny unless he took property with felonious Intent, purposing to keep it permanently. The court, however, did not define the meaning ot the word "temporarily." but doubtless it will be called upon to do so before long as a result of its new decision. Kansas City and Return $2.00 via the Santa Fe. For the Triests of Pallas and fall festivities. Tickets on sale October 5 to 12, good returning as late as October 14. Six trains a day each way. Suffered 20 Years. Cured of Piles. A. L. Husung. Alma, W. Va., writes: suffered frightfully for twenty years from ucning, Diina and bleeding piles. I tried many remedies without relief, the first application gave blessed relief, and part of a 50 cent box cured me completely." For sale by all druggists. Little book. "Piles, causes and Cure" mailed free. Pyramid Dtu Co., Marshall, Mich. EXPRESSIVE PHRASES. MISS MURPHY, OF WASHINGTON. Miss Florence Murphy, 2703 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash., writes: "I suffered for over a year with female trouble, and although I tried sev eral physicians, none of them seemed to be able to help me permanently. " We have used Peruna in our home for a good many years and all have a great deal of faith in it, but had never used it for my trouble; in fact, I did not know it was good for female ills until a friend told me that she had used it and was well. I only took a little over three bottles to make me well and strong. I never have backache, headache or bearing-down pains any more." r-LUKtilNCti MUKrnY. The experience of Miss Murphy away out on the Pacific coast of our immense to thousands of women on the Atlantic coast. From ocean to ocean Peruna is known and praised by the women. Many of them have suffered for years with female trouble without once thinking that female trouble is simply a form TWO MISSION . ENTERPRISES in Porto Rico. slip, off English speaking tongues in the continent must sound strangely familiar course of a day some must be better suit ed for their purpose and more characteristic of the race that originated them than others. When foreigners come to this country they catch certain expressions almost immediately, and long before they can attempt to speak the language have made thempart of their vocabulary. It would seem that these phrases must be the most expressive in English and that they are peculiar to the language, and fill a long felt want." since foreigners sleze so eagerly upon them. Every man or woman who lands in this country Is saying "Hurry up" In two months. In whatever quarter of the city one may walk, Italian or German, or Jew ish, mothers will be dispatching their off- BpiSCODaliatlS BlIV a Work speech, but closing their orders with the magic "Hurry up!" How delightfully characteristic of the nation Is the phrase! It is not to be wondered at that the new comers from the slow moving- old world nd that they have brought over nothing to equal it. All right" rivals "Hurry up," not be cause foreign tongues iacK similar ex pressions, but because there is a jolly, hail fellow well met air about "all right" lacking In other phrases of the same char acter. Then. too. "all right" takes the place not only of "good," but of "yes" and "I understand," and of a dozen other phrases which in other languages require separate expressions. The third phrase which alone shares the popularity of the first two Is "It's nice. This should be Interesting to purists who wish to restrict "nice" to Its first and or iginal meaning of "exact." No word of ancestry sufficiently aristocratic to please them takes the place of "nice" in its colloquial meaning, and foreigners clasp it with joy, wholly ignorant of the fact that they are outraging the feelings of any body by so doing. Other phrases besides Hurry up," "All right," and "It's nice" captivate the fancy of the newly landed but these three reign supreme. New York Tribune. of catarrh. The phrase, pelvic catarrh. which has not long been known to the medical profession, means catarrh of the female organs. It is generally called female disease. A great many women make the same mistake this woman made. Knowing Peruna to be a catarrh remedy they do not suppose Peruna would be good for female disease. Not knowing their disease is catarrh they naturally do not think of a catarrh remedy. Miss . Murphy might have received a cure long before she did had she not made this very common mistake. Female disease is catarrhal disease. Peruna Is a remedy for catarrh wherever located. Therefore Peruna cures female disease. Torturing Symptoms Disappenrcd. Miss Annie Hoban. Post Pocahontas ef Yemassee Council of Red Men (Women's Branch), writes from S72 Eighth Avenue, New York: "Three months ago I was troubled with backache and a troublesome heaviness about the stomach. Sleep brought m no rest for it was a restless sleep. The doctor said my nervous system was out of order but his prescriptions didn't seem to relieve me. I was told that Peruna was good for building up the nervous system. After using it for two months I know now that it i3. I want to say that it made a new woman of me. The torturing symptoms have all disappeared and I feel myself again. Peruna did me more good than all the other medicines I have taken." Annie Hoban. Superior for Worn-Out Women. Mrs. M. Van Vrancken, Chairlady of Sick Committee of Lady Standard Mutual Benefit Association of New Orleans, S21 Fourth street. New Orleans, La., writes: In connection with ray official work have repeatedly found Peruna a most reliable remedy. 'In cases of catarrh of the system there is nothing which will cure any quicker, and as a remedy for wornout women it is superior to anything I know. "It restores a mother after severe childbirth, and prevents pains and irregularities in a very short time. I have found it of much value both as a preventative of colds and as a tonic when I have been feeling badly, and although I never give a testimonial for anything, I make an exception in favor of Peruna, as I consider it of exceptional value." Mrs. M. Van Vrancken, Since Using re-ru-na I Do Not Know I Have Nerves. Miss Louise Bertsel, 19 Second street, Brooklyn, N. Y.. writes: "My health was excellent until about six months ago when I seemed to have a collapse from overdoing socially and the doctor ordered an entire change of scene and climate. "As this was an absolute Impossibility at the time, I had to try and regain my health in another way and was Induced by a friend who gave Peruna such a good recommend to try Peruna, "I cannot tell you the condition of my nerves when I began to use It. The least noise Irritated me and I felt that life was not worth living, but Peruna soon changed me into a well woman, and now I do not know I have nerves." Louise Berstel. If you do not derive prompt and satisfactory results from the use of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus. O. PAY ENGLISH CHURCH $75 Philippine Islands Will Also Feel Force of Mission Efforts of Church Yesterday's Session of Kan Francisco Convention. If Tou Are Too TalL According to the most venerated of au thorities it is not possible to add a cubit to one's stature. Substraction, however. though not of a cubit yet of the fraction of one, is not only possible, but under certain circumstances Inevitable. If you have ever been a mountain climber you have unconsciously diminished your height. Not permanently, of course. but temporarily. This is a fact known to all experienced mountain and Alpine climbers. On reaching the summit of the heights that form the pleasure ascents of holiday makers in the Alpine districts the stature of the climber Is found to have become less to the extent of three-quarters of an Inch. Doctors think that the attitude assumed of necessity in ascending is the cause of this diminution. When the Alpinist has descended to the ordinary level his height begins to in crease, but the normal length of the body is not attained until several hours after reaching the earth's surface. Double Skirts. The double skirt seems to be making an effort to revisit the glimpses of the au tuma moon. I have sceen It on three or four fashionably dressed women lately who would never allow themselves to ap pear in anything so remote as even the present fashion, being of the sort who pride themselves In leading it six months ahead. Horizontally tucked boleros are still holding their own against the in roads of other outdoor garments, and though we are promised the three-quarter tight-fitting coat, its sovereignty will not. I think, be yet, says the Sketch. One also hears of the new short veil reaching Just to the mouth, but in Its future I entirely decline to believe. Veils, by the way. should never be folded; they should be rolled. The former method spoils the shape, the Utter preserves It. San Francis-o, Oct. 5. The triennial con vention of the Episcopal church accomplished considerable work today, though the session of the house of deputies was ended shortly after 1 o'clock. The houso of bishops, however, remained In session later and their action will be far reaching in its effect. In recognition of the Importance of th new possessions of the United States two missionary districts were constituted. One of these, which consists of the islands of Porto Rico and Viques has long been controlled by the bishop of Antigua, who owes allegiance to the Church of England. By the terms of a mutual agreement the monetary consideration being only $75, the bishop of Antigua withdraws his right to the religious control of the church in these islands and transfers all church buildings to the Protestant Episcopal church of America. The second new missionary district Is that of the Philippine Islands, which are recognized as being well worthy the at tention of the church. The house of bish ops also effected an Important change by concurring In the action of the house of deputies in consenting to the division of tho diocese of Massachusetts. A fact worthy of note is that the old diocese gives $100,000 cash to the r.ew one. besides turning over to It much valuable church property. The princely gift In coin was raised en tirely by voluntary contributions. The bishops also took action on the first seven amendments to the cor.titiKiton already adopted by the deputies, all of them being affirmed with the exception of the fifta, which was temporarily held In abey ance, consent was given to change the name of the diocese of Indiana to that of Indianapolis, as all of the state Is within the boundary of the diocese. This, with the appointment of a committee to take in conslderaition the question of examination of candidates for admission to holy orders, constitute the chief work of the bishops and in the opinion of many dele gates of the convention, today. An interesting feature of the day was the discussion created In the House cf Deputies by tho reading of a proposed amendment to the constitution which provides for "the temporary use of other forms and directories of worship by congregations not in union with this church, who are willing to accept the upirltual oversight of the bishop of the diocese or missionary district." Some of the opponents of the measure professed to see in It a menace to the solidity of the church through tho extraordinary individual power It would confer upon the bishops while others equivocally declares that it would open a way for the introduction of mass and other Roman forms of worship. Its champions asserted that the whole purpose of its proposed adoption was to give the missionaries a freer scope in their efforts lo bring within the church those converts who may be unable or unwilling to accept the Book of Common prayer. Considerable eloquence was developed by the debate and when the hour of adjourn ment came the lay auditors were not tired of listening to the arguments. The King's Daughters held sessions at St. Luke's church on Van Ness avenue, being welcomed to the city of Bishop Nichols of California. After communion service reports were read, the election of officers being deferred until the next session. DiscomfortAfterEating People who suffer after eating, feeling oppressed with a sensation of stuffiness and heaviness, and who frequently find the Food both to distend and painfully hang like a heavy weight at the pit of tin Stomach, or who have Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood in the Head. Acidity of the Stomach. Nausea. Heartburn, Headache, Disgust of Food. Gaseous Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering of the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture, Ditzl-ness on rising suddenly. Dots or webs he-fore the Sight. Fever and Dull Tain in the Head. 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The case was appealed to the Supreme court and it yesterday reversed the lower court, holding that a railroad company could not be sent to jail nor its employes punished where provision is mad:? only for the assessing of a penalty against the corporation for the violation of the ordinance. DR. RADWAY & CO., New York: Dear Sirs I have been sick for nearly two years, and have been doctoring with some of the most expert doctors of the United States. I have been bathing in ami drinking hot water at the Hot Spring. Ark., but it seemed everything failed to dV me good. After I saw your advertisement I thought I would try your pills, and have nearly used two boxes; been taking two at bedtime and one after breakfast, and they have done me more good thaa anything else I have used. My trouble has been with the liver. My skin and eyes were nil yellow; I had sleepy, drowsy feelings; felt like a drunken man; pain right above the navel, like a Jf was blie on top of the stomach. My bowels wero very costive. My mouth and tongue sore most of the time. Appetite fair, but food would not digest, but settle heavy on my stomach, and some few mouthfuls of food came up again. I could only eat light food that digests easily. Please send "Book of Advlre." Respectfully. BKN ZAUGG. Hot Springs, Ark. n AO WAV'S are purely vegetable, mild and reliable. Cause perfect digestion, complete absorption, and healthful regularity. For the Cure of All Disorders of the Stomach, Bowel. Kidney. . Klndder, Ktrvooi Iiee. I'll, SICK HEADACHE and ALL DISORDER? OF THE LIVER. Price 23 cnts per box. Sold by all druggists, or sent by maU on receipt of price-. RADWAY Sc CO . 55 Elm St.. New York. Be sure to get "Radway s." Every Vsman Is interested and it-mZA know attorn ice wcBoerrai MARVTL whk Una Spray The MW Vmstaal rtac. (rtw IMS 4 Sucvm. BetAf cut mom ctreneM4 114 MUST STICK TO HIS STORY. Otherwise Supreme Court Holds County Attorney Hay Contradict Witness. Hereafter If witnesses for the state In criminal cases testify differently at the trial than at the preliminary the county 1 attorney mar be called upon to contradict their statements. This point was passed upon yesterday by the Supreme court in ' the case againat Elisha Tabor, accused of j arson, which was appealed from Franklin county. In this Instance a witness gave conflicting testimony and the county attorney was asked $o go on the stand an 3 contradict the witness statement. The Juue overruled the evidence and Tabor was convicted. The Supreme court reversed the case and ordered a new trlaL !- V- A wm jwr m-tot tr It. if h K-rot mpviy the 91 II kl. wmio ettarr. bniuMxi stamp for fl-luMralxi Ux.k clTCC fell (jrtl-eUmn4 l!rt!n In-TiuM to iarfi. MARI.&XC0. Beoa Jli Titasi BUc Mew Ysrk. 1 1 I ii SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT! w Sorvlc To Mediterranean. Tbe new r I januc twio-tcrev utesmer - Commonwealth." 13.009 ton. w feet lonf. from B'Jiro,i. TO fclBRALTfcK. AAPLKS ASH lO ALEIAMiKIA. 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