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THF NTRPRISEr WEDNESDAY, 'AUGUST 28, 1889,
GLEANED IN 01.
Dally Beoord of Current Eventa la
Bom Ball Game Breaks Cp In a Bow as 4
. a Namber of Heed Ara Brehsa.
CuiowBATi, 0., Aug. OT.The ulooa of
Henry Weller, in Oakley, was the Wni of
a drunken riot Sunday afternoon that may
result seriously to at leaat one of the partic
ipants. A large crowd had assembled at
the Oaklny base ball grounds to witnoas a
match game between tho Columbia Anchors
tad the QueenClty Laurob for tweaty-flva
ollara a side. ;The snlooa Uart conven
iently near.-; Warruu Miller, young man.'
Uring in Madlnonvllle, and who glories la
his reputation for toughness, became bols
' terously drunk, and bojjm abusing the Co
lumbia boys in the fouleit terms, declaring
he could clean out the whole crowd from
that place. His words wore taken upiby a
bystander, and the pnlr came to blows. The
ball players, who wore in the Bold, were no
tified of the sftatr, and ran' Immediately to
. A scene of the wildest confusion followed.
Friends of either side came in and tho fight
ing became geueral, both witnesses and ptr
Ucipant coming in for their share of the
blows. Yountf Miller was the most serious-
, ly Injured, having been knocked to the floor
and trampled upon, and kicked in the face
and sides, His Injuries were such as to pre
rent his removal to his home. Tho Madison,
viile crowd received the worst of the light.
Frank Fisher had hi scalp laid open by a
blow from chair, while an elderly man
who was with him caught a flying beer
glass in the face. Frank Kampp, a young
' married man, had his faoo badly cut by
blow from an empty beer bottle. The saloon
had the appearance of having been visited
by iyclone. No,arreta were made.
' Halllday's Dofaleatloa. '
ill. Oir.nD, 0., Aug. While nothing
definite is known of the extent of cashier
Robert P. HaUldsy's defalcation m the First
National Bank, which closed Baturday, it la
supposed It will reach 125,000. HaUlday on
Friday made a confession to the directors.
- He went away on Saturday, his friends say.
to Cleveland, but others think bis destina
tion Is Canada. He baa had the entire con
fldence of the community during a long
business life, but during the past five years
has speculated in wheat and olL He used
the bank's money and supplied Its place by
forged notes when an examination was to
- be made. This attracted' the attention of
the bank examiner, who discovered that the
notes were forgeries. . v . ,
Deserted Tfctlr Families aad Eloped
List, O., Aug. 27. Last Friday George
W. Hchriber, section foreman on tbe Pitts
- burgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago road, left for
parts unknown, leaving his wife and four
small children in destitute circumstances.
Mrs. George Hulllberger, wife of a ne!&
bor, left home on the same day, ostensibly
for a visit with bar parent at Preston. It
Is now learned that she and Hchriber left
town together - and had their baggage,
checked for Chicago. She leaves three small
children. Schriber leaves several hundred
dollars of indebtedness.
mMo of Bahaot TwMhsr.
Miaiox, U., Aug. 27. Ah Wlna commit-
' ted snicide eight mile southwest of here
the other day. He waa a young unmarried
man of twenty-fire years. No direct causa
Is known, although he hoe seamed despond
ent, wynn was a school teacher, well edu
cated and possessed considerable ability.
' He shot himself with a revolver, which set
his clothing on lire aad burned two-third
of his clothing off, reducing bis flesh to a
rrlae right Waa la Teat mUaatas.
Ci.vcinsati, Aug. 87. A sharp and very
decisive bare-knuckle fight for a pane oc
curred at a very early hour yesterday
. morning between two bantam weights.
Frank MoHugh and Billy Murphy, at the
"Bowery," oa the Carthage pike, seven
- miles from the city. The battle lasted but
ten minutes and was won by McHugh, who
punished bis opponent severely about the
bead and body.
is EeeoBtrte Mae's Burial.
Woostib, O., Aug. 37. William Collier.
an eccentric and well-known old resident of
Chippewa township, died recently, and his
remains now ue ounea on nis rann, tea
feet under ground, with a cherry tree at the
head of the grave. This site for the grave
waa selected by tbe old gentleman before
bis death. He Is said to have held to the
Mohammedan as the true religious faith.
If aborning- Coast? Deaseeiats Favor Neat,
Ton wq tows, 0., Aug. 87. Tbe eleven
delegates from Mahonlag County to the
Democratic Btate convention are divided a
follows: Heal, 7; Campbell, I; Kline, t
If neither Neat nor Campbell can be noml
nated It Is probable the delegation will
throw Its strength for KJine, of Cleveland.
A. J. Woolf, candidate for Lieutenant Gov
ernor, will accompany the delegation. .
kali Fraetnred hr a Blow.
Area, 0., Aug. 87. Captain J. H.
Walker, an ei -officer of the Seventh Ohio
Cavalry Regiment during the war, and
well-known citizen of Athena, following a
brief verbal altercation on the streets here
was struck over the left temple with a bar
of iron by James King, an ordinarily peace
able man, and sustained a fracture of the
A Boy's ratal Bide,
Xiina, O., Aug. 87. Oscar Ditto, the
fourteen-yew old son cf Warren Ditto,
lumped onto a iMytoo, n. wayna at Chi
cago freight train for a ride through town
and fell between two coat cars la endear-
oring to get off. Several cars passed over
him, bit bodythen being caught by a brake-
beam and dragged three sqvmrea.
WiacnisriB, O., Ang. 87. An epidemlo
Of Pas Is prevalent at Sardinia, ten mile
west of here. Within the period of a few
days tnree deaths nave occurred in era 'am
, lly and a doxen other serious eases hava de
. veloped. ' ' The disease la of a . malignant
form, and physicians have announced their
Inability to cope with Ik
.- Drawee BotmU la a rUUra, ansa;
NoawsxJt, O., Aug. 97. Mrs. William
Beebe, the wife of a wall-known farmer,
suicided Sunday morning by drowning in a
cistern. Hhe had been 1U for several year
and was probably temporarily Insane. Mr.
Beeba is a prominent Marsala pay AdvenV-
lst and well known.
Plot to Blow Va m rrleoe.
Jif ), Mich., Aug. 87. The prison au
thorities hers eialm to hava detected Irving
Latimer, the matricide, la a plot to blow p
the penitentiary, which, bad It been, car
ried to success, would have let WO oonvtcU
loose. ' Av pu'k&ge of Heroulea powder
thrown over the prison wail last Thursday
night was traced to La timer's cell and tha
warden at once looked him la tha solitary
OI an Accldont on the Eanta Fi
Train Heavily Loaded With G. A. B.
Excursionists, Thrown Down a '
Steep Embankment. '
Nfarfy Fifty 1'oopla Injared, a Kamber of
Whom mil Die Disaster Canned by the
Mulls Bpreerflfif. s
Btbrator, III., Aug. 27.-The vestibule
train on the Bantu Fe road, running between
Kansas City and Chicago, met With a se
rious accident at Kinsman, a small station
about Alteon miles north of here, at' eight
o'clock Monday morning. The train was
heavily loaded with Grand Army veterans
and their. friends bound for the Milwaukee
encampment, and consisted of several ex
tra coaches. By the spreading of the rails
three coaches two Pullman sleepers and
the dining car were thrown from the track
and down a steep embankment, a distance
of probably forty feet. - . '
Word was immediately telegraphed to
this city for medical asslstauco, and a spe
cial train was sont atonoe with a dof.cn tar-
goons on board. Those most seriously in
jured were brought to this city and taken to
a hospital, whore tholr wound were prop
erly attendod to. In all there wore probably
fifty persons hurt, and though nouo were
killed outright the following ara in a very
dangerous condition :
Mrs. B. B. DlckermaiLOfLawronco, Kan.,
chest and head badly cut.
Mrs. Dickernuin s little son, hurt about
the back and face.
William R. Fish, Topoka, serious head In-
Mrs. Fish, of Topoka, head, bock and arm
B. F. Gould, of Mulvane, Kan., back and
face terribly cut
Mrs, R. R. Tuckerman, Topeka, formerly
of Chatsworth, face badly cut and Internal
Mrs. Edward Andsley, Carrollton, Mo.,
arm, head and bock badly bruised and lac
Mrs. George B. Peters, Emporia, head and
face awfully crushed and cut
George Peters, Emporia, hurt about tha
chest and face, also Internally Injured.
Mrs. 8. B. Johnson, of Norfolk, Conn.,
badly hurt Internally and head and face cut
. In addition to these Ben Levy, of Btrea-
tor, had his face cut and arm dislocated, but
b s injuries are not dangerous. The others
are at the hospital and It is feared that sev
eral of them will die.
AT THE MERCY OF STRIKERS.
Loadoe's rmmeaae Comnaeree Paralysed
Prlsae of Provlsloas Kapldly Adreao-
lag The Dlaeoataated Workaioa 1
ealvo Large KelaCorosaioataj
- Losuox, Aug. 87. London to-day la an
Inland town and promises to remain such
for some time to some. All communication
with the rest of tha world by water la aa
completely out off sa though the Thames
had dried up. The great ships lying at tha
docks can neither load nor discharge their
cargoes, and tha Immense trafflo of the
greatest commercial city of tha world Ilea
at tha mercy of tha man commercially rated
at a dollar a day. up to Monday the strike
of tha dock laborers was regarded by tha
populace with that languid Interest which
Is felt In affairs which concern other people
and not ourselves. Bat this Is all over and
dow the strike affecta every man, woman
and child In this great city. . No meat ar
rived in London yesterday. -. Tha markets
In Mark Lane ara paralysed and make ad
vanced five shillings the quarter for Imme
Tha city was thrown Into a fever of ex
citement when the coal handlers struck yes
terday and it was announced that the gas
stokers Intended to follow suit and leava
tha city In darkness. Tha electric light
companies were filled with orders from com
mercial houses who sought to avert such a
calamity. Bo far the gas stokers remain at
work, but there is no telling at what minute
they may stop work. There is scarcely an
Important trade carried on in London In
which there are not loud muttering! of dis
content The worklngmen have been taught
by tha dock laborers what 'an Immense
power for evil they hold In their hands and
ara anxious to exercise It If only to show
their masters that they possess it Strikes
are talked of to-day where a week ago there
was no thought of a grievance, and there is
a general conviction that the end Is not yet
Affairs la Raytf.
WisHixoTO, Ang. 87. Acting Secretary
Walker, of the Navy Department received
the following cablegram yesterday from tha
United Btatas consul at Han ti ago de Cuba:
"Hippolyte's forces, 7,000 men, quietly oc
cupied Port A u-Prince on the 83d. Tha
Minister of War of tha Northern forces as
sures me he will permit no rioting nor de
struction of property. The French corvette
has sailed for Santiago de Cuba with Legi
time, his principal followers and a number
if refugees. The city continues quiet"
Paosled by Two Mystarloos Dotha
rULiioa, N. C, Aug. 87. The bodies of
two unknown white men were found Sun
day lying on the track of the Richmood At
Danville railroad In East Durham. One of
tha bodies was terribly mangled, while tha
other bore no mark of even a bruise or
scratch. The bodies were found near a large
ootton factory. No one In the town could
Identify them, and tha mystery connected
with tha death of the two men la rendered
mora perplexing by the absence of any
wounds on one of them.
NFloedod by a Banted aowon
PnrLABKLNiiA, Ang. 37. Tbe bursting of
a sewer, due to recent heavy rains, caused
damage In tha Fifteenth and Twenty-ninth
wards yesterday estimated at 1100,000.
Streets were torn up and washed out cel
lars flooded, foundations and walls weak
ened and shattered and stocks of goods
ruined. Many persons narrowly escaped
drowning and the Inhabitants of tbe district
arc fearful of further disaster.
Nrw Yonc, Aug. 87. Tha coroner's Jury
la the case of tha victims of tha recent lire
at 80S Seventh avenue, rendered a verdict
last evening that the causa of tha Ira waa
unknown. They exonerated restaurant
keeper Snyder, who had been under strong
suspicion and he was released from custody.
Cbaataaqaa iwMt Closes With e Debate,
Jamsstow, N. Y., Ang. 87. The season
at Chautauqua ended Monday with a Joint
debate oa trusts between Dr. Washington
Gladden aad Dr. Ounton. These gentlemen
had both previously spoken on tha subject,
tha former against and tha latter la favor
of trusts. Though Onto had tha mnpne.
nlar side of the subject, . he somewhat
worsted bis opponent . , . Z.
Trasses Dote at Aeetlea
MoLT, Mo., Aug. 87. At a poMIc sola
SI tramps arrested her lor vagraooy, rnxa
the court house steps yesterday, two went
to farmers for two dollars a braid and an
other was bid in for seventy-five cents. A
fourth could find no Burchaser and was re
tained to JaiL The three who were sold
anetsorvetheirpurchaeeTsfor four months.
EZZ3 IV AT
Bl aw rw.
A FOWEBFUL iND THRILLING
Literary Sensation ol
Tbe ' Strangest Weirdest anfi
Most Fascinating Piece of
Fiction Erer Written!
Remember that this is an
Historical Romance, and
while intensely interesting
in plot and narration, con
tains also a vast amount of
information,, never before
printed, concerning the peo
ple of Ancient .Egypt.
No one who reads at all
can afford to miss the pleas
ure and profit to be derived
from a perusal of this Won
Watch for It
i 5 8 35 -w
An Epldemio of Bloody Flux. ,
Last summer tha flux raged here to a
tearful extent. About flivo milt north of
here at the Whiteside grave yard there
were n victims oi mis arenuiui aiease
buried to one day. Tha doctors could do
nothing with tbe d Insane. When my
family were tsken, I went to Walter
Brothers, of Waltcrsburg, and told Ihem
the situation. They said, give Chamber
lain's Colic. Cholera aod Disrrhra Rem
edy, 1 thai tbey had gent out several
bund red bottlet into tbe Infected district
and "every dsy we hear how this medi
cine is curing them, So far we have not
heard of it's failing in a single instance."
' went to giving it and could toon see tha
effects and a cure was the result Anyone
In doubt about tbete facts msy write to
uie.-L C Ellis, Rock, Pope Co:, Illinois.
Far sale by Fred D. Felt druggist 8)tSl.
, ,': Cole's Carboliiope
Is a medicinal Toilet Soap.absolutely pure
and free from the deleterious Ingredients
nsed in many of the so-called skin soaps.
It purities the tkin, allays tbe irritation of
sun bnm, issh and prickly beat, softens
the bands and prevents Toughness and
chapping, caret black beads, pimples and
skin Diemisnet, and preserves, Tremens
sod besutlflt '.he complexion. ' It pro
duce! a toft, creamy emulsion, even in
hard wntcr, sod it a pot Itiva luxury for
Ihe bath, the toilet and the nursery. Get
oalv tha gennine. tha label on which Is
blackrand the letters creen. ' Price 23c.
sold by e, v. reit
"v., A Grateful Clergyman.
Rav.Thot.Richey. formerl pretldlni
aldarof tha Northern' N. T. Confer
enoe, girdi this opinion of a popular
remedy : "1 have round Van Wert's
Balsam to be a wonderfulefrective med
icine for the lungs. I bare recommend
ed It to several of my friends who are
offering from consumption and almost
miraculous benefits have followed its
use.'. I am of the opinion that If taken
m time it would affecta certsln care oi
this dread discs e. I would ureo all
who are su Bering with lung and throat
trouble to try It. Trial size free. Jfi.
W. Adam tbe Leading lsrusgut. :
Will, You Btrrrin with dynoepsla an p
liver complaint Sbllob' Vltatlzer I
HHnonV YrraUZM I what too need
foroonstlpatlon, Iw of appetite, dlzal
nesa and all symptom of dytpepaia.
Price IV and 78 cent per Dottle.
8oldbyr,i. reit. '
Caocr Wboopmo Cocoa and bron
chlti Immediately relieved by ShUob't
Cnro.. Sold by . v. l eu.
For lame back, side or chwt, no Shi.
loh'e Porons rlasten. Fnce ascents.
Sold by F. D. Fell.
Shilob' Cough and Consumption
Corel told bv at on a guarantee. It
ca ret consumption.
Sold by F.D.Felt.
SLKEruss Niobts, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Sbllob.' Cure
I tha remedy for you.
sold by r. V' f ell.
CaTataa Cubed, health aod tweet
breath secured, by Hblloh's lalartD
Remedy., Price 6d cents. Natal In
sola oy r.u. ten.
That Dsciino Couoh can be
auickly enred by Sbllob' Core. We
Sold by i.u. reit.
Mr. D U Oravson.of Cronville, Frank
lin osrlsh. La. savs: I think Swift's Spe
cific is the best blood remedy In the
world. 1 have known It to make wonder
fulcursof persoos with blood diseases,
somecssrs which had been regarded as
Dr B T Coppedge. of Verooa, Mo., aay
be has mid a lirire qnanllty f Swift'
faprcific, and to a grrat many customers.
and knows It to oa most suocessiuiiy usea
f(V maladies of tbe blood.
Swifl's Soeciflc it not one of tbe o'.d
potash, sarssparilla, or mercury, milturea.
It ennuin so pntnsh. mercury, or any
Doisnnnus substance. It relives tbe sys
tern livlorclna-tbe Impurities nntthroucb
tbe Dores of the skin, and build op tha
patient from tbe Drt dose.
We sell tTMt quantities of S 8 S and
tha a!e holds up well no falling off, or
prospect of railing on. while msny are
loud in its praises, not one complaint has
been heard from enstomer.
J E Sears' Drug Store, Waco, Texas.
Mr. JT. fi. Frohlicitteln. of Mobile.
Ala-write: I take rret plttttm in
rrcommendlnz Dr. King' New !!
covery for coiiaiimpiion, having used It
for a severe stuck; ui nroticuitia ana
CaUrrh. It given me Instant relief snd
enrlrelv cured mo and I have not been
aflticted tlnce. I also bg Xn suta that
1 had trll other r-mrii- with no rood
retulu Have ud Electric Bitter
and Dr. Klng't Xew L fe PilUboth of
which I can recommend. Dr. King'
New Discovery forcon'nmp'lon.congh
and eld. It sold on a positive guaran
tee, Tilal bottles free ai A dsns' drug
BoiU. Carbuncle and Sties
Are circunucribed in 11 animation of tbe
skin involving deeper part. They are
generally caused . by Impure ineterai
floating in the blood, romy ue oiooa
end it is surprising bow rapidly they di
appear. Trv lw s extract lira uovev
BIiMsoma. Jbvst blood pnnner in tns
st try fora of
alsesss. front a eoautoa Ptssvls to Us wots
esse of ScTofais, aaa bo enred by the saa at
"allaoMtaor, tha new VBstabls Blood "art
fler. mtaraally, and OeaVB Oait illeitve,
tae Great tkin Bsmedy. externally.
usatratea ntetablt ntta
fossessas woadsrfnl toaia, atterattve
too portrlDf qualities. It
sorfcsta tas blood aea Uroufh i
every Bert et tae bodr.naipana Bfa
' vtoortesfl K fnactions aad
aad builds an the srsteas. n W tbe sest
aVseHwfas. leans, Bssa, Tmtn sfmav
rial fWwwle see CsssMaslwisI Pisstdsrs.
Fvlee II; far W. fisfars aary by J.
English Spavin Lirlment remove
Hard, ttoft, or Ua'ions-d Lump and
BlemiBhettrom horse Blood Spavin,
Curb, Splints, Sweeney , Ring-bone,
gllle. . Sprain, all Swollen Throats,
Couch, to. Save $50 by use of one
bottle. Warranted. Sold by W. E.
Adams, Druggist. Wellington, O.44-0t
Chamberlain' Eye and Skin .
A certain care for Chroulo Sore
Eyes. Tetter, Suit Rheum. Scnld Hd.
Old Chronlo Sores, fVver Sore Ecze
ma, Itch, f ralrle fcraicbMt, Sire Nip
ples and pile. It Is cooling anil tooth-
oz. liunureu of cfea Imve been
nured by It after ull ether treiitmeut
had (alien. t and fit) ount boxes for
ssle by Fred D. Felt Druggist. Iy33(33
Dr. a. E. Elliott's
Method of EECTAL Treatment
Piles, Fistula in Alio, Fissure in
Ano, rruntis.or itching piles
arid Rectal Ulcer without
the Knife, Ligature
Rectal Ulceration is the most
dangerous of all rectal maladies,
ow ins to its undeimmiahze the-
tern before its Tictims realize their
danger, the absence of pain being
due to tne scarcity oi nerves in
that portion of the rectum mostly
attucted. , .
Symptoms of Rectal Ulcer.
Fain or weakness across lower
portion of back, often referred to
kidney troubles, burning in rectum
after stool, itching about anus, at
tended with a moisture caused by
discharge from ulcer, constipation
sometimes attended with spells of
diarrhoea, finally resulting in
chronic diarrhoea, when the disease
is almost beyond cure, but if not
too long neglected may yet be
cured ; mucous and bloody dis
charge from rectum, soreness
through bowels - extending to
stomach causing dyspepsia ; in
females frequently vaginal and u
terine inflammation resulting in
leucorrhoea and ulceration, bend
to Lodi, O., for descriptive pam
phlet. Examination andConsulta
kirn E:::2, Wc;i::t:n, 0.
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m..
Third Thursday in each month
Hlrim, O. Tbonmgk CIsmIcsI, Pnlloanphiral isd
Stiroiise mm. Alaus Biblical coane awl s t
Tar" course rapeclslljr to prepare Teacben for
tholr work. Mora sth-otlno tivva to preparatory
atodlce. New aaa eomnodioaa bulMlne. Kim
Ladiaa' Halt asdareira of Ladjr I'rioclpal. Lore
tioa high and fair healthful, fieaakwaa. Et
pra trrj low. Sen lens begin. Hrpt. 17, ltiU.
for Catalogue aad loforia.tlmi adriraa.
1W1 . . M. V. Zoixiaa, VtiAaU
LIBERTY STREET WELtlSSIOlT.
Is the best place in the city
to ge t strictly N o. 1 Meat ,
and Sausage Fresh
. and Salted.
Meal always clean. Attention slwi)
Carpeater Block. Welliaio, 0
The Handsomeat Lady
la Wellintitnej rent ark rd tn a friend tbe
other day that the knew Kemp' Balssra
for tbe Throat and Lungs waa a topalor
ranted v a Itatntiped hercuatO Instsmir
when other touch remedies bed no rttn-x
whatever. So to prove bis and convlce
von of tt merit, anv droralsl will rive Von
a sample bottle free. Large tlx (0 eentr
and on dollar. .
Best and Purest Medicine
n and aiake veur skin
t "VVWl'linpl and BloUibea
t."0 1 VIWJ"""' J,""i
X v t, 'ti, Xv anicaiiaea bv Impure
& "V) - ... k B. . . . . - .
j v, rAa. hiaoa. ana caa pe
reuurreti i a a anon
Bvtlnie, If vonarr
V 'it iVwlasand Uar
Hie Dees la
mail only ate
a. W aw . V Ua V '
auooafuL It 1st
boat aad cheapest
mMllrJna. Trv It, an
n . nr . AMii.imtmt
' . - MaWn. from Kldla.
" illZZrZ. .,! wTali to Pre t
7A wreTaW 8ULPHU BITTEUS.
tney never fall aura.
mA t 4ieat ataaips to A. P. Ordway Oo-
Boawa. Haas- for beat awdlcal srora pubUaheur
Wbea I Itr Cults I do not mean merwrf to
stop them for a time, aad then have them re.
tara strata. I mtAS A KAUIULU CVWL
I bats made tas dlaeass ot
FITS, EPILEPSY or
A Hfe-loaa; stady. I WAMBAirr my remedy to
Cub the worst eatat. Became othsrs hsv
fallxl la ao renaon for not now r.elrioi scare,
head at ooce for a treaUa and a ' sis TtorrLB
ot nr IsrAi.UBLS Ksmsdv. tilrs Eiprrt
sad Poat OOtre. It coats joa aothlng lor a
trial, aad It will ears jou. Address
H.O. ROOT.M.C IUfAKlT,llraTiM
tar SAMKR'S OINOKM TOH)kil "
!k rara Bilwuial oompuuiid that cure whmaJlalMiallai
iMllavMti, Inward rUna. Kxhauatlua. Inraluahte tv
.hruinAiUM, Prmala Wmlmwat aad all paiaa ana dla,
aroara of aaa Staaaach aad Swala. tw. at vrusxlatai
Tka aifaat. aaraat aad aaat aim I orOoraa. BankMa. a.
StouiaUpata. faiauraieoaifurttatfcaff. h.vartoUt
tocura. laaaawasUrassaaa. HJWoxOa.JI. X.
TZT3 OTJX3 '
he hatadtMosd Llrerit to at ones talu ptsoa
aiaasi to aura It. Tbe fuaetloa tlia Lirer I 1
airned e err farm, and on the Ksular axoau'.I
Of vhirh dVpcndaDOtoolT the inaeral boalthof 1
body, bet the paver of tha alattuteh, Jlawrf
jmUat,aad the whole Berrous ayatcm, abowsj
Vast ana vilal Imponaaie to huaua UcOUi.
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PERFUUiES THt BftCATH. ASK FOR IT.
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The best salve In the world for ram.
bra!tes, sores, nice re, salt rl:jai, lrf
ores, tetter, chapped htndt. chilblains,
come and all skin eruptions, and pusiiiva.
ly cares piles, or no pay required . It is
guaranteed to give perfect sa'islitctlnti. or
money retunued. frit ZS cents it a -
For Bala bv Woostar 4 Adams. 1 ."v I
.Looee's Bed Clover Pills Cure
Sick Headscfar, Drsprpsl. Indict stlon
Constipation: Tcper box; 5 boxes $1
For tale by Fred Fell. ,
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It In store ft..-ll whonse Kemp'tBal
tarn for tbe throat and lungs, tbe great
guaranteed remedy. Would yon believe
that it is (old on its merits and that any
drnggisl is authorized by tbe proprietor of
Ibis wonderful remedy to give you a ttm-
Dle bottle free? it never tails to cure acute
enronic rougns. an tiroggiMa sen
Kemp' Bsltsm. Large bottles 60 cent
. How Eepulsire
Is bad breath, anil yet bow many other
wise attractive, polite, and particular peo
ple afflict their friend with the foul odor
ol their brealh. If there was no remedy
fir Uila, it rnliibt excite out svmpatuy.
but as there is no need ol tiering a foul
lireatb, it is aa unpardonable Drear tv of
Kkl manner to obtrude such sa offence)
on ood society. '.
Foal ureal U arises rrom aisoraarea
(lip-ation which can be corrected by using
Siilinr liilleis, and ue result win oe a
mn.i-weet breath. .
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r Splaedie Toeie, aad eora IMIa. Pine-;
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