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jc (Wellington (Enterprise.
J. W. HOUGHTON, Publisher.
WTLIXOTOX. : : OHIO.
The home stretch is best taken in
the evening on the sofa.
Old bachelors who think there isn't
any fun in courting had better get a
little gal-an-try. ......
One of the uses of adversity Helps
to fill up the dictionary. Mervuen
The ayes of a majority always pnt
the noes of the minority out of joint.
An Iowa farmer fired at a quail and
shot a tramp. What Iowa wants is
morequaiL Boston Post. ,,
The older the tree, the more rings
it has. It is very much the same with
a city. Boston Traveler.
Gail Hamilton thinks the only
housework some girls do is when they
begin to dost around after a bean.
There be men who would willingly
search the Scriptures if they thought
they coold find anything to steal in
Put yourself in his place when you
go to rout a boy out of bed at six
o'clock on a frosty morning. Free
Nothing so quickly dries a wom
an's tears as a kiss. Progress. Do
yon want to set all the girls to crying P
' A Zulu girl isn't allowed to marry
a man who doesn't own a cow. We
suppose this is to indicate that she is
bis bos HawkrKve.
A thorough man of the world is one
who can shake hands cordially with a
friend whom he has just black-balled at
a club. New Orleans Picayune.
The New York Mail thinks that if
those who over-eat, and those who half
starve, were to strike a balance, the
world would, be pretty well fed.
" A Boston woman cut her dress
from a pattern in a magazine dated
187S before she discovered that it wasn't
1879, and it toot three doctors to tide
her over that long, lonely night. Fret
Little Willie "And were all the
little birds drowned, mamma?" Mam
ma (who had been telling the story of
the Deluge) " In, all but those who
were in the Ark." Willie " Then I
think they were stupid; why didn't they
get in a row on top of the Arkf'
There would be fewer accidents in
this world if men .would take their
wives advice, for we never yet heard of
a man's head being blown off with a
shot-gun or his -being run over by the
cars, but when his wife said- she had
often told him to keep away from the
rauroaa trace: or never touch a gun.'
Ia one of Chicago's suburbs, at a
recent Sunday School meeting, a lone
winded clergyman consumed too much
of the time with a wordy address.
When he sat down, the leader of the
meeting announced a hymn one by
Bliss beginning . " Halleluja! 'tis
doner He didn't mean it, but it was
apropos. r,. .
A Spanish proverb. Bays: "The
road of By-and-By leads to the Town of
Never. Baltimore News. That's noth
ing. If the proverb had said; "The
songof the Sweet-By-and-By leads to
the Town of Hardly Ever," we'd have
hoisted the yellow fever flag. H. T.
Ole Bull plays upon a violin 316
years old. If yon should hear the young
man who lives next door to you get
hold of it, you would think it was 800
years old, and had lost its voice in a
series of complicated troubles when it
was only seven years of young. Hawk.
Eye-' , .
A scientific journal states that
" gold is unaffected by atmospheric ac
tion or influences." We are glad to
learn that there is something that
doesn't touch it or grab at it. There
are enough other things that do affect
it, without having the atmosphere get
at ML Hawk-Eye.
When a boy on his way to the Sun
day School loses the nickle he has been
carrying for the missionary box, he is
. torn with agonizing remorse because
.he didn't spend it for peanuts before it
was wasted. - If sorrow for the de
frauded heathen factors in his agony
ne isn't aware ot it. MawK-Jtye.
The Norristown Herald wisely
says: " Miss Miller, of Ferris, Texas,
chloroformed her father's dogs and
eloped with a young man whom her
lather bad forbidden the premises.
The probabilities are that about a year
hence she will conclude that her life
would have been less miserable if she
had chloroformed the young man and
eloped with her lather s dogs."
The editor of the Fort Plain Beats
ter has his office and residence con
nected by telephone. Yesterday Mr.
Skidd, of Little Falls, an old friend.
called on the editor and expected to re
main lor dinner. 1 ne editor hurried to
the telephone and shouted to his wife:
Mr. Skidd will be up with me to din
ner, lay an extra plate." ' Now," said
the editor, "Mr. Skidd, yon may con
verse with her." As the gentleman
was about to approach the instrument
these words were plainly heard: " lou
tell Mr. Skidd we don't keep a hotel on
wash day.' Mr. Skidd excused him
self for a few moments, and was next
seen eating fried clams in the Rainbow
saloon on the corner. Amsterdam Re
corder. - -
The mystery surrounding the fate of
xroiessor w ise,who is now King beneath
. the cold waters of . Lake Michigan, or
. amid the wastes of the Northern pineries,
' renders grimly attractive all reminis
cences oi wild and terrible experiences
- that have heretofore befallen voyages
in the air. The sad story of Donaldson
and Grim wood, so familiar and yet so
AVlKUbWU, una ICUTnjf null
the horrible particulars of any balloon
disaster from that first one of history
when D. Rosier in June, 1785, -was
borne in a burning car across the En
glish Channel and dashed to the ground
from a height of 3,000 feet to the suf-
locaaon oi mr. unamDera Dy escaping
gas when high above the city of Now
.tingham, have been carefully and moat
minutely drawn out ot their historical
hiding places. The natural impression
created bv this feeding on the dark side
of aeronautic history is that it is a rec
ord of .sheer disaster, when the actual
fact is that during the hundred years
of experimenting in air travel
not' over fifteen deaths have oc
curred as the result of rash en
deavors. : Some years ago Monck Ma
son, in his "Aeronantioa," compiled
painstakingly all the names of persons
who had made ascents, and ascertained
that only nine out of 471 adventurers
had been killed, while against these
nine deaths were arrayed the benefits
of science and the advances made to
ward the time when the rapid transit
by air would be a glad actuality. It
must be confessed that this last argu
ment possessed little weight when it is
remembered that the aeronaut of to-day
is as far from holding any control over
the direction of the air-ship as was
Montgolfier in 1783. The accidents to
Donaldson, and, indeed, to Wise, would
refute all such claims. It is within the
power of the aeronaut to ascend to the
utmost height to which human exist
ence is possible; but when he desires to
move in a horizontal direction, he is for
the most part like a rudderless ship at
the mercy of the winds and waves.
The balloonist, it has been found, after
hundreds of vain trials for the contrary,
may start from a given point and trav
erse the segment of a circle, or describe
the most eccentric course, and after
hours of aerial navigation, be as far, or,
more likely, ten times farther from the
proposed goal than when he started.
All that science and common sense
have been able to learn about bal
loon navigation " during the past
ten decades is that the balloon usually
mounts in an oblique direction under
the combined influence of the vertical
ascensional force and the direction of
the wind; it ceases to ascend as soon as
the density of the air is the same as it
self, and ballast must be changed;
when it strikes a current, or rather is
struck by a current, farewell to control
and probably welcome to the impetus
of a rushing tornado. The last sen
tence contains all the benefits definitely
conferred upon the believers in air
transit. The chief benefits derived
from balloon experiments have been in
the well known facilities for war mes
sages, as best demonstrated in the
Franco-Prussian struggle, and in the
splendid opportunities given to science
for investigating the elements and the
components around the earth. Tho
ostensible objects of the journey under
taken by Professor Wise from St. Louis
recently was to determine upon the
quantity of ozone in certain currents
encircling the globe; and it was for a
similar purpose that in Juno, 1859, he
entered upon an ascension that was in
all likelihood the longest ever experi
enced by an aeronaut. Leaving St. Louis
he was swept by a strong current that
grappled his car over a distance of 1,150
miles, and landed in Jefferson County,
New York. He had always spoken of the
journey as the most exciting of any of
the 160 of his life in the upper
regions. The celebrated French chem
ist. Gay. Lussac, in 1804, reached the
wonderful height of 23,040 feet, and
carried up with him the necessary
means for a scientific study of the char
acter and properties of the atmosphere.
So great was the tenuity of the air in
the elevated region that Lussac snfiered
intense agonies and narrowly escaped
with his life. The injuries inflicted
upon his system by the rasping atmos
phere rendered him a confirmed in
valid; he ascertained the courses of
some previously unknown currents and
enjoyed the distinction during his days
of having floated higher in the stream
of air about the earth than any other
man. Until as late as bept. 6, 1862,
the height reached by Lussac was the
most extreme ever attained by man,
but at the mentioned time an English
man named Glalsher succeeded in soar
ing in a balloon to the vast height of
about seven miles.
The peculiar sufferings and strange
experiences of this noted ascent are
worthy of an account in detail. The
inflation took place in the vicinity of
Liondon Bridge. Accompanying uiaisn-
er was one CoiwelL Until the fifth
mile was passed the ascent differed lit
tle from the customary experience of
the aeronaut, and all observations had
been easily taken. Shortly after the
beginning of the sixth mile, however,
Glaisher found that he could not
see the column of mercury in
the wet bulb thermometer, and
soon the hands on his watch be
came indistinguishable. He called to
Coxwell to: help him read the instru
ments, saying that he experienced diffi
culty in seeing. The barometer was
observed to be ten mcnea and sun de
creasing fast; its true . reading was
therefore nine and three-fourths inches,
implying a height of 29,000 feet. Mr.
Glaisher had rested one of his arms on
a table in the car, but on trying to use
it at the time of the observation he
found ' it powerless. ' He then tried to
shake himself, but it seemed as though
he was jostling a shapeless piece of
Relating his experience before a Brit
ish Association in 1862, Mr. Glaisher
graphically said: I seemed to have
no limbs. I then looked at the barom
eter, and while doing so my head fell
on my left shoulder. I struggled and
shook my body again, but could not
move my arms, i got my bead up
right, but for an instant only, when it
leu on mv rient shoulder and then 1
fell backward, my back resting against
the side oi the car, and my head on its
edge; in this position my eyes were di
rected toward Coxwell, in the ring.
When i snooKmy body 1 seemed to
have full power over the muscles of the
back and considerable power over those
of the neck; but none over either my
arms or legs. As in the case of the
arms, all muscular power was lost in
an instant from my back and neck. 1
dimly saw Mr. Coxwell in the ring and
endeavored to speak but could not;
when in an instant intense black dark
ness came. The obtio nerve finally
lost power suddenly. I was still
conscious, with as active a brain
as - at the present moment. I
thought 1 had been seized with asphyx
ia, and that I should experience no
more, as death would come unless we
speedily descended; other thoughts
were actively entering my mind when
suddenly I became unconscious as one
going to sleep. I can not tell anything
of the sense of hearing; the perfect still
ness and silence of the regions six miles
from the earth (and at this time we
were between six and seven miles from
the earth) is such that no sound reach
es the ear. While powerless
I heard the words temperature' and
observation, and anew Air. fjoxweil
was in the car speaking to me and en
deavoring to rouse me: therefore con
sciousness and hearing had returned. I
then heard him speak more emphati
cally, but I could not see . or speak or
move. 1 heard him again say, 'Do try
now do. Then I saw the instruments
dimly, then Mr. Coxwell. and very
shortly saw clearly. 1 arose in my seat
and looked around as though waking
from sleep, though not refreshed, and
said to Mr. Coxwell: I have been in
sensible. He said: You have; and I,
too, very nearly. I then drew up my
legs, which had been extended before
me, and took a pencil in my hands, to
begin observations. Mr. Coxwell told
" - . ... ....
me that he had lost the use oi his hands.
which were black, and I poured brandy
over them. According to my observa
tions, three or four minutes were occu
pied from the time of my hearing the
words temperature and observation,
till I began to observe. If so. I was
seven minutes totally insensible."
The observation book of Mr. Glaisher
showed that his last observation before
growing insensible was made at 29,000
leet, and that at that time the balloon
was ascending at the rate of 1,000 feet
Eer minute; and that when he resumed
is observation it was descending at
the rate of 2,000 feet per minute; the
interval being thirteen minutes. This
gives 36,000 or 37,000 feet for the great
est altitude attained. Two other series
of considerations led to the latter height
and there can be no doubt that the
great height of 37,000 feet or seven
miles, was reached on the occasion,
causing the trip to be rightly called
one of the most marked exoursiens in a
balloon. Such was the condition of
the atmosphere at the height of 37.000
feet that the water in the vessel sup
plying the bulb thermometer became
a solid mass of ice. The escape from
death of the two adventurers was due
to Mr. Coxwell, who perceiving that
his comrade was insensible, became
anxious to open the valve, and seized
the cord with his teeth, dipping his
head two or three times until
the balloon began to descend. As
early as 1572, Galien of Avignon wrote
on aeroatotion, but it was not until
1767 that Dr. Black discovered that a
thin envelope filled with gas of hydro-
fen was light enough to ascend with a
urden. It was nearly a score of years
later than this when the first ascent
was successful. Two brothers, Stephen
and Joseph Montgolfier, paper manu
facturers, near Lyons, France, in June,
1783, caused a captive balloon to mount
into the air to a height of over 2,000
yards by heating the air contained in
the balloon by means of a hre in its
open mouth. Nov. 21, 1783, Pilatre
de Rosier and the Marquis d'Arlandes
ascended in a balloon of this nature.
gaining a height of 3,000 feet and land
ing nearly six miles trum wuero mcjr
arose. During the same year, and on
Dec 1, two men, M. M. "Charles and
Robert, ascended in a balloon inflated
with hydrogen gas, alighting in an
hour and three-quarters at a spot twen
ty-five miles from Paris, whence they
had started, and attained an elevation
of about 9,700 feet
The death of De Rosier and Romain
occurred two years later, and from that
date was the beginning of the many
hazardous undertakings in the air, the
last known of which is the Wise disap
arance. Cincinnati Times.
Wanders ef the Monads.
Dr. F. Stinson writes as follows to the
Below I give the result of an archaeo
logical search made during a two weeks'
rambling through the hills and valleys
of Perry County, Indiana, and Breckin
ridge County, Kentucky:
First, I found in the bend of what is
called Polk's bottom and Tobin's Point,
fire-pits, quite a number, at an average
derjth ol ten leet below the snrfaoa. in
these pits were ashes.- fire-coals, arrow-1
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neaas ana stone axes, in one air. -to-t
in found a tanner's fleshing knife and
two pieces of French silver coin, only
dating back a little over a hundred
years, showing about what date these
n re-places were last used, and that ten
feet of solid dirt had formed on the top
of them in less than one hundred years.
On the surface, above the pits or fire
places, there were abundant signs of
camping-grounds, covered over with
flints, mussel shells, etc Great quan
tities of arrow heads have been found
on the surface all over this bend. I next
went in company with James J. Wheel
er to what is known as Cedar Lick cave.
Situated four miles north of Rome,
Spencer County. Here we found the
aborigines had occupied this cave or
rock house as a dwelling for perhaps
centuries, for we found ashes and burnt
earth, for some three feet deep, all over
the bottom of this cave, which was
thirty by forty feet. Buried in these
ashes had been found human skeletons.
with arrow heads, axes and fragments
of flint. Some hundred and fifty yards
from this rock house we found two holes
drilled in sandstone, eight inches in di
ameter at the top, tapering to the bot
tom, twenty-two inches deep. These
are called mortars, and, by-the-by. I
learned of some seventy-five of these
mortars in Breckenridge County, Ken
tucky, all about the same pattern. In
some of these mortars were found bowl
ders, but nowhere were pestles found
that could have been used for pounding
corn in these mortars. I next visited
a cave situated about two miles north
of Hardensburg, Breckenridge County,
Kentucky, on Harden's creek. This
care, or rock heuse was forty by twen
ty leet in diameter.
Air. 11- Clay J oily dug into this cave
in the year 1872, when ho found eleven
and a half feet of ashes all over the bot
tom. In the center and at the bottom
was an altar built of sand stoned based
upon a stool of sandstone. The altar
was twenty-six by twenty-three inches
in diameter, thirty-four inches high,
concave on the top, and filled with
ashes and fire-coals. On two sides of
this altar lay a tier of human skeletons
ten in each row. Then on top of each
tier lay another one, with some ten
inches of ashes between, until there were
eleven and one-half feet of skeletons
and ashes in depth, covering the top of
the altar with ashes some seven feet
supposed to be about fifty skeletons in
all and seven thousand lour hundred
bushels of ashes.
Upon or over the cranium ef each of
these skeletons lav a flat rock, each
skeleton showing signs of having been
burned about the waist ociore inter
ment. With the exception of those
burned portions the skeletons were re
markably well preserved, ashes and
saltpetre preserving them their teeth
round and entire, all of the incissors
pointed or serrated. At the lower part
of the chest were numerous relics, most
of which were ornaments composed of
cannel coal, shell and stone. By the
side of each of these skulls was found a
wisp of hair or queue some twelve
inches long, tied in three places. Then,
commingled with the ashes and skele
tons, were found great quantities of
relics, such as flints, arrow-heads, axes,
scrapers, pelters and knives some of
which I procured from Mr. Jolly, and
brought home with me.
Tnis wonderful development in this
cave is very peculiar, and as yet with
out a parallel. Hence, it is very inter
esting to the archaeologist and scientist.
With the above before me I arrive at
the conclusion that the customs and
habits of the aborigine of America are
hard to find out, and are calculated to
puzzle the brain of the most eminent
archaeologist or ethnologist; that it is
very difficult to designate between the
so-called mound-builders and Indirns
of the eighteenth century.
Strange Salclde ef a Russian Lady.
Moscow society would appear to be
just now considerably exercised by the
suicide of one of its brightest orna
ments, the young and lovely Countess
Tera Kofch'eleff, who a short time ago
suddenly disappeared from her palace
in the old Russian capital, only two
days after - her solemn betrothal to
Count Heimann, which had been cele
brated with festive rejoicings upon an
unusually magnificent scale. No one
could imagine whither she had gone
until her steward received a letter from
her written at her chateau in the Cri
mea, wherein she informed him that
" she was going to bathe in the river
running through her estate, and should
not return alive from her bath." She also
described the exact spot near which her
body would be found in the water.
Search was of course made with all
possible promptitude; and it resulted
in the discovery of the beautiful young
Countess corpse sewn up in a large
straw sack and sunk in the river. The
seams were found to be in the interior
of the sack, proving that Vera Kofche
leff had deliberately sown herself up in
the sack on the river bank and then cast
herself into the stream. In another
letter, addressed to one of her uncles.
and received by him some time after
her death, she gave as her reason lor
enclosing herself in a sack previously
to drowning herself, her extreme fear
ox crawfish and water beetles, lew
stranger and more fantastic suicides
have been recorded even in Russian
annals of self-destruction, which are
exceptionally rich in grisly stories of
this particular description.
Rankin, the Scent.
Rankin, the scout, who rode out of
Payne's lines and carried to Rawlins
the intelligence of the plight of what
was left of - Thorn burgh s command,
made a great ride, making 160 miles in
twenty-four hours. In other countries
this teat would have made a great noise,
as it exceeds the correspondent Forbes'
ride from the battle field with the news
of the British success at Ulundi. He
rode from nine p. m. one day until five
p. m. on the next, and made HO miles,
Ilia ride was in six stages, and at each
stage he obtained a fresh horse and re-1
f reshments and cheer for himself. He
had guides and n escort part of the
way, and he followed across the coun
try the trail which had been made by
an advancing army of 6,000 men and
the innumerable ox carts which carried
the supplies of that army. Feats of
horsemanship and endurance, in which
great distance is made in a. short time,
and in which the rider's life is never for
a moment guaranteed against the shot
of some lurking savage these are the
staples of which the life of a scout in
the Indian country is made up. In
August, 1868, Buffalo Bill rode in
twelve hours from Fort Larned to Fort
Zarab and back, sixty-five miles; in the
succeeding twelve hours he carried dis
patches to General Sheridan from Fort
Larned to Fort Hays, sixty-five miles.
From Fort Hays he rode the next twenty-four
hours to Fort Dodge, ninety-five
miles; on the next night he went to
Fort Larned, thirty-five miles on foot
and thirty miles on a mule; and again
the next night from Fort Larned to Fort
Hays, sixty-five miles. He made on
horses, mules and afoot, 355 miles, and
he was in the saddle or on foot
fifty-eight hours. Every one of these
four successive rides was made through
a regular breakneck country, swarming
with hostile Indians a country in which
there were no roads, and in which a
scarcely perceptible trail had to be fol
lowed in the obscurity of the night.
Over three hundred thousand
roubles in paper money, supposed to be
contaminated with the plague poison,
were burnt in the Russian city of Tzar
itzin on the 18th of last month. This
money was collected in the districts
stricken by the plague.
Air old physician, retired from practice,
baling bad placed In bis hands by an East
India missionary the formula of a simple
vegetable remedy for the apeedy and per
manent care lor Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lang
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curative powers in thousands ot cases, baa
felt it bis duty to make it known to bis
suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive
and a desire to relieve human suffering, I
will send free of charge to all wbo desire It,
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WILL CURE RHEUUATISM.
MB, AlitreRT CROOKER the well-known Snurstsi
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SrsDiuTALl, MX, Oct 1 1879.
Jdk, H. R. Bis?bs:
Dear Sir Fliteen years ago last fall I was taken
sick with rheumatism, waa nnable to move until tbe
next April. From that time unUl three years ago tht.
fall I suffered everything with rbenmaUsm. Sometimes
there would be weeks ataumo that ieould not step one
step; these attacks were quite often. I suffered every
thing that a man could. Over three years ago last
spring I commenced taking Vaetrma and followed It
np until I had uken seven bottles: bava had no rheuma
tism since that time. I always advise every one that la
troubled wltn rheumatism to try Vihitim. and not
user for years aa I bars done. This statement ta STa
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yirm of A. Croofcer a Co, Druggists and Apothaearlsa
HAS ENTIRELY CURED ME.
- - BOffTOH, , 1870a
Drar SirMy daughter, after hartne s severe attack
of Wtoooplnv Cough, was left In a feeble state of healta.
Belnv advised by a friend she tried tbe Tsoktinr. sod
alter uslnc a few bottles was folly restored to healta.
1 hare oeen a great sutrerer from Kheum&tl&m. I
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complaint, and am happy to siy It has entirely eared
me. I have ncomraenUed tbe Vrqktins. to othem with
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flerof tbe blood: ttispleasaos to tat and I can cheer
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It is prepared from barks, roots and Derbs, each of
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Indian Blood Syrup.
77 7. 3d St., Hew York City.
lATa Or JXBSXT CTTT.
Tbe Best Remedy Known to Han!
Dr. Clark Johnson baring associated himself with If r.
Edwin Eastman, an escaped captive, long a slave ta
Wakametkla. tlie medicine man of the Comancbee, ts
now prepared to lend his aid In the Introduction of the
wonderful remedy of that tribe.
The experience of Mr. Eastman being similar to that
of Mrs. Cbas. Jones aud son, ot Washington County.
Iowa, an account of whose sufferings were tbrllllngly
narrated in the .Vns l ort Hrrala of Dee. 15th, 1878,
the tacts ot which are so widely known, and so nearly
parallel, that but little mention of Mr. Eastman's ex-
Eriences will be given here, rbey are, however, pun
ned In a neat volume of 800 pages, end tied -Seven
and Nine fears Among the Comancbes and Apaches,"
of which mention will be made hereafter. Suffice It ta
say that for several years Mr. Eastman, while a captive,
was compelled to gather the roots, gums, barks, herbs
and berries of which Wakametkls's medicine was
made, and a still prepared to provide tbe bams ma
terials for tbe successful introduction of the medicine
to the world ; and assures the public that the remedy Is
the same now as when Wakametkla compelled bin ta
Wakametkla, the Medicine Man.
Kothlnc baa been added to the medicine and riotrimg
bss been taken away. It Is without doubt theBssT Pn
iinti of tbe Blood and BDUWtt ot the Straus evs
Known to man.
Tola Syrup poasissia varied laupettlas. .
t aeta mrm the Xilver.
t aeta spsa the Kldarys.
It rrgalste. tke Bawrela.
It puriUea tke Bloast.
It qwlets the Neirsas ajataaa.
1 nrawatM Dlarewtlara.
It Soarlakea. ntremgtMemm am XsrglC-
it eai-rlea anT She aid aiaatt aaa
It eseas the pores at the alUx, aatA tav
4wee Uealthx w-eraplrattesu
It neutral lata tbe hereditary taint er votsan ta the
blood, which generate Scrofula, Eryslpelaa and ail
Banner oi asm uisesses ana internal nutaora.
There are no spirits emoloved In Its manufacture.
It can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by toe
atreu anu iosimd, cure tmig netng reguwea sa II 1 1 finw
Edwin Eastman in Indian Costume.
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Fatirrrgw, Guernsey Counts', Ohio,
Ikavrff--.i was subject to Rheumatism twice a yea
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A. is, AruAJXaua,
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paTANa. Hnron Omine. Sftlo.
Bear Sir I have used your excellent Iwdi.a,
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Costlreness and Plies.
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riMve Afe I was In verv nour health for a long time.
being severely troubled with Costiveness and Files;
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AL Af CCA3B3X '
ITould Sot be Without It.
- Ftndlat, Baneock Comity, Ohio.
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aut, I am thankful for Its discovery.
Long Disease Cored.
Nirotswr, Henry Comity, Ohio, Feb. 20, 187ft '
Dear Sir Allow me to give my testimony In favor
ef your Indian Bleed ttytraw. I waa troubled
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AtAttg. U. BSI.IML
, Kidney Complaint. ' ':
Dopowr. Putnam Oonnty. Ohio. ':
Dear Sir This ts to ceitlfy that I was aailcted with
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, - CALVIN FULLJI& "
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Dear StrTblt la to certify that your IsisUata
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aciie. . . . .. , SAKAH & saacn
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Dear Sir This is to certify that your Indian
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Cannot Recammend It Too Highly. . .
Ditmi, Ifelgs County. Ohio.
Drrrr Sir I nave used your great Indian Bleed
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eaa truly recommwd It the best medicine I ever need.
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BArtAXt E. niuua
Hw BCKLnraTOK. Clinton County. Ohio.
Dear Sir I was a great sufferer before 1 took your
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Llrer Complaint and Heart Disease.
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Dear Sir 1 have used the ax eel lent Indian Bleed
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seases of the stomach and liver. Sol .
by all Druggists at 25 cents er ox.
B. E. SeUers & Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
. to all
With HheTirnatism, Paralysis, Neu
ralgia, Karroos and Sexual Debil
ity, General HI Health, Wasting,
Decay, Urinary Diseases, Spinal
Diseases, Dyspepsia, Etc., Etc., to
whom will be seat my Boole on Medi
cal Electricity, and Electro Galvanic
Belts, world renowned for their suc
cess in saving; many valuable lives, by
Curing all Chronic Diseases. Send
Symptoms' and Stamp for Diagnosis t
Dr. G. W. POBBES, 174 W Fourth
Street, Cincinnati O. 2-Iy-
A Large Stock OJ
: -. Before. The Kecent
Advanco ia. Prices.
YOU CAN . -
BUYING YOUR STOVES
He Intends to Sell at Greatly
FROM PRESENT PRICES.
that a Dol.
lar saved is "better than a Dol
... . t
lar made. - :
J. W. SOUaSTOlT,
offers a large variety of gods, useful and oraa
. mental, including. - . .
COMBS, POCKET BOOKS,
: . otaUklnda,
FAMILY GYB BTtlFFB
Sapifoi tke toUet, and houekeepcr. " ' -
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, and :
.... SHADES. J: . -
i .'. "..T.'i'-i jilv' : I . !.
Faaoy Colonis' Bottles Fiao
tiacts, w . Tootli
-5? --j Povders. -izj.
ACCURATELY DISPENSED; v
: WE WARRANT V 1'.".
Superior Whiteness and Fine- 3
ness, and " absol ut ely purity - i
in our brand of strictly -"
PUEE WHITE LEAD
: and will pay THIRTY
I It II, I, A ICS ttiv Pvprv oMnf-A nf :
aud alteration found in one
of our packages. ,
L T. H. NKVIX & CO., :
Pittsburgh, Pa. i
Balilwln, . Taundoa - & Co., Solo
Agents, AVcltlngton, ObJo. - .....Ss-tf. . .
mat IiaRPtilNE haWt atma ,
Tim fttiWkitjr. ina ma,
tM fall priciaw. nr-Carluw, '
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