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THE STARK COUKTY PEMOOMT-JUaB 22, 1893.
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loi&y Hftlly .Afflicted Thrno. Ychm,
Trltfl, Many Doctors Hero and
In Kiiglanil "Without Ilcnc-
fiU Cured by Cutlcura.
My wife having miffrrcd from.Hcrofnta aorta on
Umi back for throe yearn, and at timet be coulil not
lie down at night, anil tho tried all the doctors I
could get, and alto went to Knulanil to try and bo
cured there, and all of them tailed, and told her
they could do nothing for bcr ; and having tried all
kind of remedies I nt last tried ono box of your
Ctmcuru Hhhbiiiks, and to-day aho Is as well as
she ever was In her life, and her back Is as clear
aa any pereon living, and I for ono can recommend
Cirricrjiu 1UMJ.DIKS nit tho only ono t conld find
to effect a cure. O. W. JONK8, Constable.
25 Bayles Street, Cleveland, Ohio.
Scrofula Ten Years
I liad a running tore In my ear of a scrofula
nature for ten years. Had been treated by jeyeral
iiyalclani, but obtained no relief until I tried
I'UTlcuru, which healed it up In a few days. This
km more than threo years airo, and I have had no
trouble with it since. 1 consider your Otrncvru
JUirtDIH uncicellcd for tho diseases i you cUlm to
tore. MM. U. A. WOOUKOIlI).
Healterwood, Bo. Dak.
Aro tho greatest 8kln Cures, Blood Purifiers and
Hornor Ucmedles the world hat ever known.
Cutkuiu KksoLTnt, tho now Ulood and Skin
Purifier Internally (to cleanso tho blood of all lm-
Surlllcs and poisonous elements), and CUTtcnnA,
10 great Bkln Cure, and CUTlcuru SOAP, an ex.
oulsVto Hkln Purifier nnd lleaullflcr, externally (to
clear tho skin and scalp and restore tho hair), cure
very dlseao and humor of tho skin, scalp, and
blood, with loss of hair, from Infancy to age, from
pimples to scrofula, when tho best physicians, bos.
jiitali), and all other remedies fall.
Bold everywhere Prlco, Cctiottia, 50c ; Bo tr,
25c; Ubsolvknt, $1.00. Prepared by the Pottbb
JJiiuo anii C'UEMlcAt, ConronATlou, lloston.
ji-"Ilow to Curo Hkln Diseases," W iagc,
M Illustrations, and 100 testimonials, mailed free.
I nilCMEST, Whitest, Clearest Skin and Foftest
LU 5 L llands produced by Ctnicuiu Boar.
WEAK. PAINFUL KIDNEYS,
.With their weary, dull, aching, llfck'jss,
aU-cono aensauon, rviievoi j
l'laator.'Uie only paJn-illllnif plaster.
is stamped in the best watch
cases made. It is the trade
mark of the Keystone Watch
Case Company, of Philadelphia,
the oldest, largest and best
known factory in the world
1500 employees, capacity 2000
cases daily. Its products are
sold by all jewelers. It makes
the celebrated Jas, Boss Filled
Watch Cases, now fitted with
the only bow (ring) which can
not be pulled off the case the
r.TTRnrno. June IM.
EGGS Strlr lly freiu I'i,i.i; Iv.mtu n:id
Ohio. In rases, l.'tf !il
BUTTEK-Klgiu creiimiTv. SSnrS-: Ohl,
fancy creamery. 1ft; tain y coumiy roll.
1315c; low trader (Hid t-uoklr.i;, Mir; i-ruufco,
CHEESE Ohio flnet. n-r. fiS-V: NV-v
Vork, 10?; fnnuy now Ohio SwIks bruk-. in
lie; I.lmburger, new make, ltfjllr; new Wis
consin Swim, lWilGo.
POULTKY-Iwe. fifrfcltV: p.-r pair; small.
WxJCOc; spring rbitkcm, W0t)o per pj r
clucks, 50aRc; turkeys. lUQUte per 1 0,1ml
Dressed CliiiUon, WfilSa jw pound; tur
WHEAT-Ko. 1 red, TOlTIei No. 2 red
tmaoo; No. 3 re.;, a.r.-e.
COHN No. 2 yellow ear, SJ.j.i 1 : lil'l.
mixed ear,. Iu2l!j; mUd t..,r, vTj,, ;;
, Uo.S vliWtMJljJ3)iaMM-: IkjIi mi-cud,
ehelled. ftfai-IcTftrtSl (!, IV, 4 j il ', :
OATS No. l'wh!te.37fc5(.M.': Nv S walw.
.JQffiK&i sra No. a white, aiHjaarc; No. a,
8-iic; mixed, aia'.
, .PtOUH Jobbers' prlcei Fanry brnn'.s,
11.50(21.6;; itnndnid winter patents, St.liKiJ
4.60; eprinif patents, il.toai.Vi; utraiclit win
ter. $l.au&l,0; clear winter. fH.rsCt.HJ; X.X
bakers', t3.tG3.M: rye, Sil-5T!.3.M.
IIAY-Cholco timothy, S15.5i3.15.r.V, N". 1
timothy, $UiftUM; No. 2 timothy, 313.23 r.
13.50; mixed clover and timothy. $i:i..MK7i U im;
packing, J.00(3,".50; No. I feeding prairie, T.."i
CS.OOiNo. 2 do, 57.IueB.W; wniiou hay, Sle.oO
East IjIUKhtv. Pa., June ai.
CATTLE Heei-lptH lilx-rnl; demand lllif:
jnarkot slow and 10c to 15o lower on common
and medium grades; others Blow and un
changed. Prime, S5.503.VG5i food, S1.B.W.V25;
good hutchcra', Sl.S.-.ai-W: rouuh fat, $,3.75iT
4.35; fair light Moors, SI-WS1.35; good fat cowii
nd heifers, J3.1(V.'1.WJ: hulls and stags, J2.7.V&
8.10; holognu cows, S10.00SJ15.00; fresh cows and
HOGS Supp'y is ftilr and with light do
xoand; market rules dull: light weights in
demand. Heavy 1'hiladclphias, SU.20GU.30;
medium PliiladelphUis, SO.OOfjII.M; best mixed,
JB.GO&O-CS; Iwst heavy Yorkers, S0.COftU.70:
common to fair Yorkers. $0.30(&O.CO; pigs, Su.tO
fl.70; rough, $1.(J0&3.23.
SHEEP Supply lib-ral; market bad; extra,
H.60&5 00; KOOd, 31.H34.21; fair, 53.00.3.40;
common, 51.00(82.00; yearlings, S3.0OaS.00;
spring lambs, 83-OOiau 00; veal calves, J5.50S8.50;
heavy and tliin calves, 3,oO3.4,00.
, t?iNtlNNATl. Juno 20.
HOGS Market quiet; receipts, l.&a head;
hlpments, 1,527 head; common, $1.7533.&; fair
to good light, SU.00U8.35; do packing, SU0&.
6.30; butchers, SU-floeO-l'.).
CATTLE-JIarket quiet; receipts, 613 head;
shipments, 583 head; common, $ LO02.(A, good
to choice. $3.7501.25;
lletall prices of procerloa and veRetables
tkX the Canton Market House, Juno 22, '93,
O&OCEnlES Ann TSOETAStES.
Hotter, dairy 18
" creamery 82
Kfrgj, doz ,,. .10
lard, lb IB
rotate., old, bu.,,.1,00
Poutoea, new, pit... ,40
Applet pk.... 40
Houpten,qt. ...... ,10
TIrlm1iettom. lb. .'.IB
Illiabarb, lb 03
New peas, qurr BO
Lettuce, lb 10
New onioni, 2 ban... .05
strawberries, 'jt ,10
Honey, lb S3
Maple Syrup, gal... 1.00
Floor, lack, 1,00
Uardaoap, lb 00
.HorCOrn, lD,,j,,v,.i0t Cotfoo, packaglb.. .
HoniarVlbL....,,. .94 ' DoiK.lb..,. ,20.
tnoo, package, id.. ,ji
'Dried ApplM,'iu.?,.V,uu uran. augar, id;..
r W "
Chlekent, lire, lb .lit
" dieited, lb,,.. .IB
Bacon, lb IB
11am, lb IB
.ork chopi, lb 14
l'Aiind ateak, lb 14
B.'rloin ateak, lb It
Ubnckroait, lb 10
Ooshocton County Wants a Fountain.
The Coshocton county commissioners
am In town today looklnir over the court
homo fountain with a view to purchasing
the same and removing it to Coshocton.
Oar commissioners bavo them in tow and
tbey will try to make o deal if possible.
Tbey ask 500 for the olTalr, cuplds, dra
gons' beads and all and it ought to
bring it. .
With expenses paid will come. bandy to
anyone who is now out of employment,
especially where no previous experience
U required to get the position. If you
want s position, see advertisement on
Mie 2, beaded, ''A Chance to Make
fiooey." ; l'b
CrewHBBd bridge work, poreolain fills
tats, gold fctttSthHHn and rubber plates.
in k unarasti ion BTt) years, its
Mrt A Ps-Har, W W. 1-
KASjLA3wii s TLjV-i-H
STABBED FOUR TIMES.'
An Unknown Man Leaps' Upon
n ns "Works Employe, In tho
William Broy'lor, rosiaios ttt So.G Madi
son street was stabbed four times Mon
day night by an unknown man, while on
his way homo through tho Ft, Wayne
yards. Broyler Is employed at tho Gas
works. I'o was on his way home about
10 o'clock when bo was accosted by an
unknown man dressed in black and wear
ing a straw hat, The men caught each
other with their arms, but during this
maneuver the stranger whipped out a big
knife and stabbed Broyler twice in each
arm and when tho injured man started
to run away tho follow followed him, II 0
is unable to clvo a descrlntlon of him.
Broyler is abla to work but he Joels
pretty sore. Officers Brlsbln and Harding
aro looking up tho case, It is thought tho
man mtue a roumno. uo was eviuentiy
laying for some one with the purpose of
Killing mm, outjumpeu onto tno wroci;
ORDER NUMBER ONE.
Tho Major General, Commandlnc tho
Union Forces. Issues an Order 10 His
ll'DQ'TS, AllMY OF THE TC&CAIUWAS, )
CANTON, O., JUNE 19,1893. J
General Orders Nc. 1:
Having been placed In command of tho
Union forces of tho groat Sham Battlo to
bo fought on July 4, at tho Stark County
Fair grounds, I hereby make tho following
appointments of staff and Held officers :
Chief of Staff, Brig. General Harry
Adjutant Gen'l, Brig. Gen'lJohnson.
Chlof of Artillery, Brig. General J. C.
Chief of Cavalry.Brig.General C.T.Old
field. Chief Engineer, Brig. General J. J.
Chief of Ordinance, Brig. General C, E.
Quartermaster General, Hiram Doll.
Commissary General, A. P. Baldwin,
Surgeon General, J. H. Rogers.
Aids do Camp:
Major A, Wbitestlne.
Ma orE. M. Laggart.
Ms or Jno. Wertenberger.
Ma or D. Fletcher.
Major J. N. Crowl.
Hospital Stoward, J. F. Wlllets.
Col. J. H. Chandler,Commanding CthO.
Col. G, W. Ferrlne, Commanding Army
Col. F. Young, Commanding Jackson
Col. Edward Lano, Commanding Co. I.
O. N. G.
Col. H. C. Smart, Commanding Co. L.
O. N. G.
Ail staff officers will report for duty at
G. A. II. hall, Canton, O., at 9 o'clock a.
m. sharp, July 4th, in full uniform and
All field officers will report with their
commands to headquarters of the Com
manding General immediately after an
riving on tho Fairgrounds after the pa
rade, for instructions and assignment of
position. By order of
H. G. Geiffin,
MaJ. Gon'l Commanding Union Forces,
The name ot AMOS u. MASE, of llctblehem
township. Is announced u candidate lor BbeilU
subject to the decision ot the Democratic county
The name of CTRU3 W. STONER, ot Missslllon,
Is announced (or Treasurer, subject to the decision
ot the Democratic Uounty Convention.
The name ot WJI. A. OENTItY, ot Canton, Is an
nounced aa candidate tor stierill, subject to the de
cision ot the Democratic convention.
The name of ED. EEXAUEK, ef Canton, Is an
nounced aa candidate lor Infirmary Director, sub
ject to the decision of the Democratic county con
vention. ThenameotOTTO E. TOUNQ Is announced for
renomlnatlon for l'robate Judge, subject to the de
cision of the Democratic county convention.
Announce the name ot JEhSE TEETERS, of
Lexington township, as candidate for County Uom
mlsiloner, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic county convention.
Thenamo of JOHN II. BPONSELLEB, Is an
nounced as a candidate for renomlnatlon for Pro
bate Judge, subject to the decision ot the Demo
cratic County Convention,
The name ot FA TRICK SOANLON, of Alliance,
Is announced as candidate for County Commis
sioner, subject to tho decision of the Democratic
The name ot OKOUUE BARTH, ot Canton, Is An
nounced as candidate for Infirmary Director, sub-
Ject w the decislpa of the Democratic county con
vention. Announce the name of JOHN SHEET 7., of Jack
ton township, as candidate for Infirmary Director,
subject to the diclslonot the Democratic county
A Female Qun Squad,
Down at Strawsburg last Saturday wc
had the pleasure of seeing the Female'
Gun Squad, of Wllmot, This organlzai
tlon is composed of eight of the best look'
ing young ladies of our sister village, and
tbey aro commanded by that veteran and
prince of good fellows, Henry Gerlock
Sr. The young ladies went through tho
manual of arms like old veterans and
they made a very handsome appearance
in their neat fitting blue uniforms. Wll
mot Is t6 bo congratulated, for to our
knowledge there Is not another organize
tion of the kind anywhere In the State
and possibly tho United Spates. Beach
I was troubled with catarrh for seven
years previous to commencing the iiso of
Ely's Cream Balm. It baa done for mo
what othr so-called cures have failed to
do cured me, Tho effect of the Balm
seemed magical, Clarence L. Uuif, Biddo
After trying many remedies for catarrh
during the past twelve years, I tried Ely's
Cream Balm with complete success. It is
over one year slnbe I stopped using it and
have had no return of catarrh. I recom
mend it to all my friends. Milton T.
Palm, Reading, Fa.
To tho Democratlo Patrons of tho Louis
A report being In circulation to tho
effect that I would continue in my present
business should I be choson for postmas
ter of Louisville, Stark county,0., Is false,
as I intend to devote my entire .time in
the discbarge of my duty In serving the
patrons affably and in a courteous man
ner, being ablo to do 10 in three different
languages. Yours resp'y.
Edward J, CiiArnus.
Cornor Stone Laying,
Tho corner stone of the new Infirmary
Hospital will be laid on Sunday June 25,
1693, at 2:39 p. m., at which timo an inr
terestlng programme will be rendered.
Addresses by Mrs. Caroline McCullough
Kverbard, of Massaobusetts.Hon Geo. E.
Baldwin and Dr. J.'-F. Marcband, of Can
ton, will 1b0' interesting features of the
occasion. An invitation to be present is
c xtended to every body.
J. W, t'ONTIUS, 1
T, C. Putsian, Com.
J, O. KltlECnBATJM. ) tf
When Baby was alcky we gave her Outorla.
When the was a Child, alio cried for Coatorla,
Vfhtn the became Miss, she clung to Caetoria.
Warn alia had Children, alio gave them Castorla,
A Sowing Maohlno Pros,
A f 65 sewlnp; machine, which ire tell At
IU to $23.60 will be placed in your home to
use without, eost of one ottnt to you. Bend
tbla ftdrertlitement with Uddresa today to
Alrab Mfp;. Co,, DepU B. B., Chlcauo,
Quaker Catarrh Cure is different from
all other remedies; is applied directly to
seat of disease And tires immediate and
penaaueat relief; it cost yoa BothlBP to
IryabotUj If you get so benefit, Vor
Mill by Wwglte at GO eetate a IsoHie.
A BAD TRICK.
A Youth's Gnrlcssncsd the Cruise
oi a Plnymato'sjnjuries.
Frank Vlgnos, aged ten years, son of
Majbr Vignos pn Monday afternoon
played a trick on a little fellow five years
old that will maim the little fellow for
llfoj Tho victim was littlo Melvillo Yost
son of John Yost of West Fifth street. He
was nut on the sidewalk whon tho 'older
lad came ajong pushing a lawn roowor.
Tho lawn mower youth, noticing that the
Ypst boy's attention was attracted to the
revolving knives told him to stick his
fingers In thoro. The littlo chap lnno
contly obeyed and the index and middle
fingers on bis loft hand woro horribly
mangled, Ono of them had to bo takon
oft but an effort is being mado to save tho
Tho Contract Was Valid.
In common pleas court Tuosday morn
ing tho jury In tho caso of S. E. Reems
snyder against Henry Clay Coylo and
Amelia Coylo, came in with a vordlct,
after being out until 3 o'clock a. m. This
case lnvolvod many close logal points
and was hotly contested, Meyer and Floro
appearing for tho plainllff and Julius
Whiting Jr. and Henry W. Harter for the
dofondants. Glover brothers built a house
for Coylo but did not complete it, Rem
snyder finishing tho contract. The ques
tion was whether or not Roeminyder hnd
a soparato contract which was binding.
The jury ovidently tbotiaht ho had and re
turned a verdict for 1211,89, tho amount
asked for by tho plaintiff. Mr. Harter
demanded a poll of tho jury, but they all
stated that that was tbotr verdict.
Iiieensod to Marry.
Michael Hutchinson and Mary Eiefer,
Jacob Bobra and Emma Under, Can
Jacob Race and Sarah A. Martin, Canal
William Rush and Mary Jones, Alli
ance. Fremont E. Oyster and Lottlo I. Gotter,
Charles Henderson and Carrie Fucbs,
Richard James Jonnlngs and Jennie I,
"Anay! Away! There is danger herel
A terrible phantom Is bending near:
With no human look; with no human breath.
He stands beside the the haunter Deatbl
If there is onodlsoase more than another
that comes iiko the unbidden guest at a
banquet, it is Catarrh. Insidiously it
steals upon you "with no human breath"
It gradually, like the octopus, winds its
colls about you and crushes you. But
there is a modiclne, called Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy, that can tear you away
from tho hauntcs and turn the sythes'polnt
of the reaper. Tho makers of this won
derful remedy offer, in good faith, a stand
ing ro ward of $500 for an incurable caso of
Catarrh in the head.
THE NEXT MORNINQ I FEEL DRIGHT AND
fJEW AND My COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctorsaya It acts gently on tho Etomacb.llver
and kidney, nml la a plcannnt laxatlvp. Tills
drink Is nimlo from hcrlx, and la prepared for use
as easily an tea. It Is called
All drujtglt fell It ot Wc. nnd Sl.00 per package.
Duy ono to-day. I.ane' Family Medlf-liH-imiyei
tlio lion el inch day, Iu order to bo licaltuy,
this li necessary.
ln;order to regain lost strength and obtain a much
MKS. DIt.f HAKKEY ADAMS
Will only stay one day at each of her regular month
if appointments during the months 01 """'"
JULY AND AUGUST.
During these two month) Mrs. Dr. JIarkey
Adams will continue to treat all uncomplicated
cases of rheumatism, stomach, liver, kidney and
nervous diseases of either eei, making a specialty
ot female diseases, at the uniform rate of
"Medicines furnished," so that all persons suffer
Ing with any long standing cbronlo diseases may bo
able to take treatment, l'or all complicated cases
the ratea will be low and In proportion to the actual
cost of medicines required. Let no one antlerlng
with any long standing chronlo disease fall to Im
prove this generous oiler,
MKS. DK. HAKKEY ADAMS
WIIiI. VISIT CANTO JST, O,,
SATURDAY, JULY 15th,
Oillco, Ilotol Bnrnott.
Office Hour, From 8 a, m. to 5 p. m,
TREATMENT BY MAIL.
To afflicted ladlet who cannot call In person!
The system of mall treatment pursued brMrs. Dr.
llarkey Adami guarantees the same effective re
lulu to those wco desire to submit their cases
tnrcugn corretponaence m to toot rthe com in
r ller "qutstioo blank," if properly filled out, will
dlmnose Tonr case In a thorough war. and. aa med.
Jcluta are nromntlr ablnned. those lliloir out or the
city hare the tame advantage si tuoie wbo come to
Writs or the .treatment by mall, Mzoicihk
yoBxieuia attuis fuioc
Addrws all letters to
I J I
W JO Mill,
Dr. SYDNEY RINCER. Professor of Medicine at University Coltcgo, London,
Author of tho Standard "Handbook of Therapeutics," ncfua!& writes as followsi
'TrOffl tho ftfroful nnalynoa of Prof. AisrriEf.li nnd othors, I am nntisOod that
, VAN HOMTEN'S COCOA Ih
Is iri no way Injurious to.hf.altft,nnd tlmtltuxdocidcdlymoro.nutrltious than
other. CoconivT11 Is qertalofjr 'liu o" nnd highly llKesUuIo.-Tliu quotations In rqr
tnln ndvortigMnontu ( frorri Trade Viyals ) from ray Ijook on Thoranoutlcsnro qulto
niMemllng, nnd cnmiotposslliiy npply to Yam Houten'b Cocoa."
Tieaton reflection on van Hootkn'h Cocoa isthut etft(iuilvrrpeurti,na the verv
auUwritv tttrit to injure it, i thereby prompted to pic a verv handsome letlimonlal Tt
Our Great Annual Summer
all along- the line.
We offer our customers a choice of all our beauti
ful Spring and Summer Suits . at prices within the
reach of all.
No need to go shabby now, you can be a happy,
well-dressed man for a trifling outlay.
$6,75, $7,00, $7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10,
ifok, rFinsra sttits.
THE EiRLY CALLER
A GENUINE CLEARING SALE!
THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN,
18 & 20 E. Tuscarawas St.
DonH fail to get one of
our Bargains in Dinner
Sets, Chamber Jbets, or
Lamps, before the assort
ment is entirely brohen.
Everything is being
closed ont at cost to qnit
KERCH, 34 N, Market
has often wasted tims and material in
trying to obtain a rhadeof color, and
has even resorted to the use of ready
mixed paints, the ingredients of which
he knew nothing, because of the diffi
culty in making a shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by the use of National Lead Company's
Pure White Lead
These tints are a combination of per
fectly pure colors, put up in small cans,
and prepared co that one pound will
tint 25 pounds of Strictly Pure White
Lead to the shade shown onthe can.
By this means you will have the best
?aint in the world, because made of
he beet materials--
and pure colors. Insist on having one
of the brands of white lead that aro
standard, manufactured by the " Old
Dutch" process, and known to bo
strictly pure :
"Armstrong & McKelvy"
" Beyraer-Bauman" " Fahnestock"
These brands of Strictly Pure White Lead
and National Lead Co. 'a Pure White Lead
Tinting Colors are for sale by the moat re-
liable dealers in paints evcrywnere
'If you -are going to paint, It-will ray you
to Sena to us ror a cook containing iniorma
tioa that may save you many a doflart It will
only coat you a postal card, '
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
J Broadway, KewYorfc
Hfttlonal Lead and Oil Co. of Pennsylvania
MEADOW LANDS-For sale, In Quantities to suit
nurchaatrs: excellent bar: one mile vest of
Oanton, on Mitillion road. Inquire or
OEO. W. MEYRR.
BSD West Tuscarawas fit , Oanton.
WANTKD-tfPB TUB U. B, AUMY-
' Able-bodied, unmarried meu, between tbe
axes of tirentr-one and thirty yeara. of good moral
rl.iru-titrtnittntnneiate habits. Vor full Informa
tion apply In person, or by letter, to the Recruiting
Officer, 143 Ontario street, UleTeiand, Ohio,
3Bys Tested and Bpeoial
Ql&asos' Made to Ordor
AT itbWEST moEg.
JQII 1DTLE3 ScllDliiiC QptlclaB
11 "W. JMghtb 8U 0ABt9B O.
Sale, and reduced prices
FOR A NOBBY SUIT.
GETS BEST CHOICE.
SPECIAL SALE OE
Our Bargain Table
closed out for less
With a cbanco to win
A 850000BIIIOII PIANO I
J' y "
In rour window.
SCHRAMM; & CO,
7 South Market Street,
oWtAtD-A ttoee yeir old Ml, dark
U vjiuie star on jorwisau. v w
Ueoibti owned by Calv In OUT, itH nil
.bout 1890 to
T, 3H BUM eec OI
MMtlUon, AialUbUrwdor wjrtiomen
No Money required of Responsible Parties to Oommoaoe Treatment
' DOCTORS FRANCE & OMAN,
ormorly otJNow York, now or THTH FELNOH MEDIOAIi AND BUHQlOAIi
BTIXUXB, Columbus, Ohio, by roquoot or Many friends end
j patients, bavo deelded, to ylslt
j ..CANTQNi THURSDAY, JUIY 3th,' 1893,
Consultation and Exarninaflon S'roe and Dtrictly Confidential in tho l'rlvato Patio
' tho JJAimffiTT HOU6K, from, O A. M. to O 2. M. One day only,
rne Doctors descrlb the different diseases better than the sick can themseltes. It It a wonderful till
any one to nosiest, ineir augnostio powers nave ereatoa wonaert tnrougnoui ins coontn. 1
The France Medical and Surgical Institute of Columbus, Ohlo.lt the only Medical Instltut that
Incorporated with a capital of fciOO.OOO.OO.
WKKKmmiMmk. $ WWimllllliW
THE CELEBRATED EXAMINING PHY8ICIAN OP THE
FRANCE MBDIOAZ. AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE;
30 & 40 VI. Gay SI., one block N.ol State llouie.Columbus.O. fncorporatod,188G. Capllal,$300,000.
URS. FRANCE AND OTTMAN, of New York, the well kaown and auccessful Specialists !c
Chronic Diseases and Diteaiea of the Eye and Ear, on account of their larce practice in Ohio, have
established the FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, where all forma or Chronic, Nervous snd Private Dis
eases will bo successfully treated on the most Scientlfle principles. They are ably assisted by a full
corps of eminent Physicians and Surgeons, each one being a well known specialist in his profession
CANCER positively cured without pain or use ol the knife, by a new method.
IMPORTANT TO LADIES. DR. FRANCE, alter yeara ol experience, haa discovered the creates
cure known for all diseases peculiar to the sex. Female diseases positively Cured by the new remedy.
OLIVE BLOSSOM. The cure is effected by home treatment. Entirely harmless and easily applied."
Consultation Free and Strictly Confidential. Correspondence promptly answered.
Y0UNQ MEN Who have become victims of soli
tary vice, that dreadful and destructive habit,
which annually sweeps to an untimely crave thoui
ands of young men ol exalted talent and brilliant
intellect, may call with confidence.
DRS. FRANCE AND OTTMAN, after years of ex
perience, have discovered the greatestcure known
tor weakness in the back and limbs, involuntary dis
charges, impotency, general debility, nervousness,
languor, confusion of ideas, palpitation of the heart,
timidity, trembling, dimness of sight, or giddiness,
diseases of the head, throat, nose, or skin, affec
tions of thejllver, lungs, stomach, or bowels those
terrible disorders arislns from the solitary vice of
youth and secret practices, blighting their most
raaiant nopes or anticipations, rendering marriage
impossible. Take one candid thought before it is too
lite. A week or month may place your case beyond
the reach of hope. Our method of treatment will
speedily and permanently cure the most obstinate
ne. ana absolutely restore perfect mannoou.
TO MIDDLE-AGED MEN.-There are many from
the age of SUtoCU who are troubled with frequent
evacuations of the bladder, often accompanied by a
slight burning or smarting sen.ation, weakening the
system in a manner the patient cannot account for.
On examination of the urinary deposits, a ropy
sediment will be found, or the color will be a thin or
milkith ,hu. There are many men who die of this
difficulty ,'izndraht of the cause, which is a second
stage of seminat weakness. We will guarantee a
perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy
restoration of the cnito-urinary organs.
FREE EXAMINATION OF THE URINE. Each person applying for medical treatment should tend
or bring from 2 to 4 ounces of urine (that passed first in the morning preferred), which will receive a
enreful chemical a dmicroscopical examination, and il requested a written analysis will be civen.
Ca.et and correaoo.'idence confidential.
oflSOqutstlousfree.'. Addrctt.withpottace.DR. FRANCE. Not. 38 and 40 W. OavSI..Colunih"o ft.
All Purchases of $10.00 and
Overstocked, seems to be the popular Sing Song, .Ding Donglng In your
eara, all round about these days. Well.Wr'e riot Ib'lt, don't claim perfection
or anything approaching thereto. Still, the fact remains, we're not overstock
ed, but always ready to buy for spot cash from overstocked manufacturers
Yes, we're loading and unlondlng every day, keeping our Counters Crowded
with eager purchasers, buying First-Glass Goods for much less prices than
Just a Very Few Specimens of Our TRADE CREATORS
Linens, Whlto Hood's, &c Wonderfully
12c, 15, 18c, 2Co and 80c Fine White
Lawns lor 8c, 10c, 12c, IGo and 10c a
Peculiarly pretty 18c, 2Cc and 80c Side
Band Apron Lawns tor 12c, lBo and
lOo a yard.
Fine 28c, 38c, 40o, 50o, GOc, 70o and
75o White Swisses, in pretty, tiny Pin
dots, increasing In size and boldness,
until they reach the circumference of a
penny, for 10c, 21c, 20 , 83o, 39c, 49c
and 9o a yard.
Heavy, wide and real pretty patterns
of 38c, 4oo, 50c, 75c, 87c and S1.C0 Gor
man Table Linens, for 25c, 33c, 89c, 40o,
i9o and G9o a yard,
Elegant, washable, 40c, C8c, 75o, 88o
and 8100 Turkey Red Tabling, now
for 25c, 39c. 49c, 50o and 7io it yard. .
Oth St. ami Ponn Ave.
Those Elegant '..Silver Peppers and Salts.
Prices Same as Before. Do not Slight tbe Opportunity.
-. WJ5 AEE HEADQUARTERS FOE
Lamps, ijip pd T(,iM Sets, Silverware,
-OUT GLASS. &?., &o.-
BOUB BEOS, IS.bsl tanu: :l
DISEASES OF WOMEN.-We have a special de
partment, thoroughly organised, and devoted z
ciuiivciy 10 ine treatment 01 Diseases ot women.
bvery case consulting our specialists, whether by
letter or in person, is given the most careful and
considerate attention. Im
nortant cases (and we eet
few which have not baflled the skill of all ins
home physicians) have the benefit of a full council
of skilled specialists. In treatment of disease!
peculiar to females, our success hat been marked,
over two-thirds of our patients being ladies, aid,
young, married, tingle, rich and poor. Our methed
is entirely free from objectionable features ol tba
general practitioner, namely, "Local .treatment."'
We seldom find it necessary. We prepare reme
dies constitutional and local, at the case demands,
and instruct ladles how to treat themselves.-
MARRIAGE. Married persons, or young men coa.
templating marriage, aware of physical weakness,
lost of procreatlve powers, impotency, or any other
disqualification, speedily restored.
PRIVATE DISEASES.-Blood Poison, Venereal
Taint, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Emissions, Lossol
Sexual Power, Weakness of Sexual Orgaa,. Want
of Desire in Male or Female, whether from impru
dent habits of youth or sexual habits cf matura
years, or any cause that debilitates the iexual func
tions, speedily and permanently cured. Consulta
tion free and strictly confidential. Absolute cures
guaranteed. Medicines tent free from observation
to all pant of the United States.
EPILEPSY. OR FITS Positively cured by a aew
and never-failing method. Testimonials furnished.
Will! II1CUI IUU11WI ...
elavs are dzneerous.
lected or untkillfuily treated.
mall or express, butwhcit
Treatment sent C. O. D. to anv Dart of U. S. b
over Delivered Prao witliin a
Basoment Donble Discounters and Trade
Strong 82 00 Hammocks, with Btret
cher complete, now for 99c each.
A couple of cars 73c Cherry Seeders,
'11 all go for 30c each.
Mason's 1 quart 81,25 Jars, '11 sell
now for 81c a dozen.
50 Barrels of 5c Covered Jelly Tumb
lers, now for 2c each.
85 00 Lawn Mowers, warranter, now
for 82.08 each.
82.75 Keyless Fly Vans, comfort lm-'
parting Daudles, for. 81.08 each.
Half dollar sets of Dish covers and
there's 5 in set, for 29c a set.
2 Gallon 81,50 Water Coolers, now
for 83c each,
2 quart 82 33 Ice Croam Freezers,
now for 81.34 each.
35o wire Fly Trap3, now for 19o each,
A MI LOT
i fuirab 1st
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