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Ex-Kcnntor 11. K. Union, ltopjstcr of
.'r,Minm v Rt or-icnt.
, nml ft tfnod lie publican
if he in a colored man nnd tho lender of lufl
l.ioe, trmi-Jion up tli nmn of Mninn in tin'
i.ji,,'.,,,,, forcible nminior iu nn interview
in the New York Ihrnld :
"Thnt speech of his (it Anc,ush," said
Senator Urncn. "will doubtless be the cause
..f profit uneasiness mid mental distress
.iiiDHK tlio colored people of the South.
I'ortiniRtely its effects enn only bo short
livfld. Such utterances wore deiiiaKORiciil
in the extreme and wholly unwarranted. I
think I outfht to know something about our
people in the South. The Rroatest har
mony exists between the white Rnd colored
vices, lilaine's charges of intimidation
nnd violonon nt the polls Rre absolute and
"To-diiv the South is loynl mid peaceful,"
continued Mr. llruoe. "Its people, white
and blnck, ate, or were until Mr. lllaine
fomented this new nntuoonisni, in the riRht
fiMine of mind to enter upon harmonious
relations with the people of the North.
They were especially desirous that the
pleasant business relations should not be
interrupted. This is exactly wiiat Mr.
Maine strikes at, and his Augusta speech
has lowered him more in popular estima
tion than any act of his life."
One of our Republican friends believed
(his purported interview to bo an infamous
'orpery and at once wrote to Mr. Uruce,
inclosing him the slip cut from the Oaittte.
F.x-Sonator Bruce sent rs an answer the
following cut from tho New York Herald
of Nov. 30th :
SENATOR BRUCE'S DENIAL.
HE PRONOUNCES THE RECENT INTERVIEW"A
[BY TELEGRAPH TO THE HERALD.]
WASHINGTON, D. C. Nov. 20th. 1884.
'I'O THE EniTOR OF THE HeUAMV.
Your Washington correspondent has read
to me your telegram of thiR date in regard
to what purports to have been an interview
with me telegraphed from Philadelphia
and printed in the Herald of the 22d lust
Mv attention was first called to it last Sun
day night Rbout eleven o'clock, at the new
Heuisou House. Indianapolis, and may
(iod foririve me for the exclamations
uttered when I first saw this infamous im
position. It was then too late at night.
thought, to send a denial to an Eastern
paper. I would have sent it to the Herald
had I supposed the Herald would have
Frankly, let me say that in a public ex
perience of uearly ten years here in Wash
ington I have very seldom found it neces
sary to deny newspaper statements respect
ing myself,'and never regarding anything
sent by the Washington correspondents.
The little experience I have had, unfor
tunately for me, in this case has taught nie
that the offending journal seldom prints
denial, or, if it docs so, obseureB it so as
make the publication worthless. So griev
ous a misrepresentation as the one referred
to called for an immediate and emphatic
I naturally supposed it would be printed
in the Trilmne, and hence sent it to that
paper early the next day, leaving soon after
for Louisville. Not until my return
Washington did I learn that the Philadel
phia Telegraph assumed all responsibility
for the original alleged interview. I have
not even seen it in that or any other paper
except the Jfira'd. Hence I never knew
until yesterday that it had been printed
anywhere else. The editor of the Phila
delphia City Hem has probably by this
time received my lettir reiterating the first
denial. This letter was w ritten immediate
ly in reply to the one received from him
yesterday, and just as soon as I could have
received it. 1 was to-day anonymously
advised that proof would bo printed of the
accuracy of whnt purports to be the origi
nal iuterview. The threat, if I may call
such, is not worthy of notice. But since
have been informed that the person who
invented the interview is ready to make
affidavit to its correctness, let him furnish
the proof. I challenge it.
I will now say to the Herald direct, what
I regret to he compelled to repeat so often,
that the interview attributed to me and
printed iu the Hrald of November 12 is
pure fabrication, with not a word of truth
in it. B, K. IlitccE.
Wo suppose the (litirttr cut from
New York Htrnld of Nov. 22d, the extract
they published. Mr. Iirucc's denial ap
peared in the Herald of the :10th. If
Cacetle had seen Mr. Druoe's denial why
didn't it publish it? Not only did they
publish it, but they in their last issue
on and reiterate assertions based upon
forged iuterview. Now in justice to a very
intelligent and honorable colored gentleman
they ought to publish this emphatic denial
in their next issue, with the purported
Will they do it ? If they do
it would seem they are willing to deliber
ately decieve its readers on the colored
suffrage question in the late rebellious
Cassius M. Clay on the Solid South.
Ca8sins M. Clay writes to the New York
"It is twenty years since the rebel
went down in defeat near Jiichmond
Biibuiitted to unconditional surrender.
liberal party, compOKCd of the five slave
border Mates, the fragmentary people
through the whole South and the free North,
cotifiiscated no real or personal enUte,
no lives, exacted no war damages, but niftK
naniuiouHly welcomed the rebels back
common liberty, ankiuf? only loyalty to
old riaff. But the bourbon tfoutb, now
by the use of fraud, intimidation
and the shotgun, from eleven seceding
the acquisition of five Union slave Mates,
stands 'solid' with lo3 Electoral Totes,
that only forty-eight were needed to secure
b triumph in the residential race of lMh4.
Thus she stood in the coutiict to the disad
vantage of the Liberals as 4 1-f, to 1
six millions of blacks, with all the Republi
can whites of the South, who, under a
ballot, would have neutralized the whole
South, were lobt to uh, while the South
held all the representation of the original
slave Sutes derived from the liberation
the ulaves. So that the South haB gained
nil and the North lens thau nothing by
most terrible of all hiKtory. The upuhot
was that the Bourbon Nihilistic Democratic
force of the whole I'nion was concentrated
on the Sates of Indiana, New Jersey,
and New York. The Union
went down ill disaster, and the rebel
is nnfurli d iu triumph upon the Capitol
the Nation; the 'lost cause' is regained.
No event in the history of the Nation,
me, seems more anomalous and Bad
A resident of this county was out bunting
recently, and a storm coming up he
into a hollow log for shelter. After
storm abated be endeavored to crawl
but found that the log bad swollen so that
was impossible to mako his exit. He
to coiiiprcs himself as much
possible, but with iudiffureut success.
thought of all the mean things he had
done until finally Lis mind reverted to
fact that instead of subscribing for his
paper he was in tho habit of borrowing:
from his neighbor, and thus defrauding
printer. Oil this, he says, be felt so
that he slipped out of the log without
The December Century.
The Century for December has for its
frontispiece a profile portrait of llencral
(Irani. It accompanies the second of the
papers on the Civil War. The "Kecollee
tions of a Private" arc continued.
The fiction consists of "An Adventure
of Huckleberry Finn, with an account
of the famous Granpcrford-Shcphonlsnn
Feud," by Mark Twain; the first part of a
novelette, iu three parts, "The Knight of
the Black Forest," by Miss (iraco Deuio
Litchfield; and the second part of Mr.
Howells' new novel, "The Kino of Silas
Other papers are "Dublin City," "Hunt
ing the llocky Mountain Goat," "The New
Astronomy," and "American Painters in
Pastel." George E. Waring. Jr., has a
paper on "1 he Practical Aspects or jiouse-
drainage." Miss Emma Lazarus contrib
ntcs a paper on "The Poet lic.up,
"Toll ics of the Time" contain editorials
entitled "One Way to Prevent Divorce,'
"Was the Chinese Traveler night ?
"Economic Mistakes of the Foor." "A
Keady-niade Foreign Market for American
Goods." and "The Present Stato of the
Convright Movement." Other couimuni
cations deal with " The World's Exposition
at New Orleans." "Kecent Electrical Pro
gress," and "Co-operative Agriculture.'
Bric-a-Brac contains a cartoon by W. II
Hvde. and verse bv John Vance Cheney.
nnd others. O. C. Auringer, James T. Mc
Kay, Emma Lazarus, and C. T. Dazey con
tribute poems to the number.
l'etermn' Magazine Iot January is cer.
tainly the most beautiful number ever
issued, even of that progressive lady's-
book. There are two stoll-engravings
each a gem in itfl way : "The Itag-Baby,
after the celebrated German artist, Kn ens
and "A Bud Among Blossoms," after the
hardly less celebrated Carl Rchon. Next
there is a colored pattern for a curtain
border, etc., etc.. a most exquisite and
costly affair; at retail it would certainly
cost fifty cents. The double-sized fashion-
plate, printed from steel, and colored by
hand, is also a miracle of beauty. As for
the stories, etc., they are the best possible;
all original, and all by American writers,
Mrs. Ann S. Stephens begins a powerful
novelet. "A Motherless Girl," which will
bring tears to every eye. Mrs. John Sher.
wood, of New York, in "The Lost Ariadne,"
carries the reader into the very heart
that exclusive Fifth-Aveuue society
which she is so distinguished an ornament
Among the other noticeable contributors
are Mrs. K. Harding Davis, F'rank Lee
Benedict, mid the author of "Josiah Allen';
Wife;" and the "Buyin' a Feller," by the
latter, is the funniest thing of the kind we
ever read. For ladies or families of refine
ment. 'J'et'rmin" is the magazine; and its
price is as low as its merits are high, for
is but Two Dollars a year, with great de
ductions to clubs, and amtly premiums
P( r,itns qctti iu up eluln. Specimens are
sent, gra is, if written for, to get up clubs
with. Address, Chas. J. Peterson.
Chestnut Street.' Philadelphia, Pa.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The best Kn'.ve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt lllienm. Kever
Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required, It is guaran
teed to cive perfect satislaclion.'or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per hex. For sale
Sevbert.V Co. auglByl
Uwlrifg I.adu liwik for January is the
Prize Story number: containing ''Mad
moiselle's Masquerade," n pretty romance
from the pen of Marv E. Bradley, who won
the Two Hundred Dollar Prize in the De
cember competition. The current issue
the Magazine is a remarkably attractive
oue. It contains some very useful designs
for Christmas-tree ornaments, together with
instructive articles concerning their manu
facture, and giving some new ideas about
holiday decorations. Those who wish
beautify their homes during the holiday
season, and every committee that has Christ
mas work on hand, will find (fodey't
of help anil suggestions. The publishers
havo also presented every subscriber
buyer of the January number with a
tiful imported Christinas card, and they
as a premium for lHs,5, a fine engraving
of "Sleeping Love." Besides thu usual
features the January number con
tains the opening chapters of a new serial
called "Under Gray Skies." "Dreeing
the Weired," sad "The Story of an Elope
ment," both reach, in this issue, an absorb
ing climax, and there are more short stories
than usual. Among them we notice
"Love's Afterglow," by F. O. H.; "Jack's
Plan," by Mary Biarie; and "MissFlossy,"
by Emily Frances Hazard. "Little Forget-
me-not is a pathetic sketch from real
that will touch many hearts. Cudey't makes
a better showing than ever this month.
is evidently the determination of the
publishers to make the Book the foremost
in the field, and they are rapidly succeed
ing, for the verdict of both the press
public is, that that the Magazine has
competitors and no equals. The lessons
Dressmaking and Cooking, together
the recipes, and full Bize cut paper patterns
each month, are alone worth the price
of this Magazine. Fubhsued by J.
Ilauleubeck A Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
Sampson's Legs and Locks,
necticut When Delilah clipped off Sampson's
that mighty athlete at once became "as
men." If it could be proved that the poHaes
sion of luxuriant hair would enable men
tear open lions' jaws, lliscox A (Jo. would
driven wild in the efiort to supply enough
Parker's Hair Balsam to meet the demand.
As it is, the Balsam prevents your hair
fulling out, and restores the original color
faded and gray. Besides it is a great
to the toilet table simply as a dressing,
About the only time a man wishes
were a woman is when he has to give
his seat to a woman in a Btreet car.
"How pale and quiet he looks," said
sympathizing old lady at the funeral.
"Y'-ves." sobbed the widow, "John
was p-pale and q-quite like."
December 13th, 1884.
Our photographer, Mr. Hettinger, is still
with us aud is duing good busmen.
Many of your readers would like to know
exactly when .Mark 1 wain will be at riiiisuoro.
The free turnpike, No. 42, connecting Car
Del with Hainsijuro, is compit-ted, and the con
tractors ilo not se'-m to be sorry.
Mr. Albert MeCoppin still holds on to New
Petersburg as a place of recriatiou aud amuse
ment. He does not deny it being his cynosure.
Canutl Literary Society held the first debate
in December. The inteiest manifested in it bo
fur proiiiiseB to be a success. The Society or
ganized, adopted a constitution and by laws,
and eie. ted l-.r Chairman, Hon. II. W. Spargur
ice President, John L. iiutler; Secretary,
urrie McMullcn; Tieasurer, J. W. Watts,
t Jin stiun to be debated at licit meeting : hi-
solvi.i. That intemperance is a greater evil
than war. Athrniauve, l-iiimre Henry, J. W,
Uncus. l ewis heech, It. V. MeCoppin. Nega
tive, J!. W. Hpargur, J. W. Watts, J. M. Butler,
I'. C. l-.ul.-aiikit.
Saturday. December 13, 1884.
LYNCHBURG OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
Mayor John Torrie.
Clerk Hugh Murphy.
Treasurer 0. Noble.
Council (loo. Tfister, Win. Cleavelsnd, tl
Daviess, A. J. Bering, II. L. (llenn, Jonepn
School Hoard -C. Noble, Thoi. Montegomery,
Fat hogs are nearly all shipped from this
Drop letters are fashionable at this season of
Our stores are already putting on their holi
K. W. Taiker lias moved to Mrs. Swartz's
Cook Smith, of Belfast, transacted business
here to day.
E. J. Doatright. of Ilussells was on our
streets on Friday.
The Oddfellows have repainted the wood
work on their hall.
Clay Fields has gone back to Bellefontaine,
to go into business.
The teachers from hsre attended the insti
tute at Leesburg to-day.
Isrna Troth transacted business in the Clinton
county court on Saturday.
O. Baylcss and wife returned on Friday eve
ning from s visit to St. Louis.
Mr. A. W. Spence, of Morrow, was the guest
of Miss Ella West last Sunday.
I). K. Hsrvey, of Milford, was here on im
partant business the first of the week.
Mrs. Martha Nevin, an aged living in town
had her arm badly sprained on Friday,
J. C. Dunlap and wife, of Adams county,
spent Sunday with J. A. McAdow and family.
The receipts of the opster supper held by the
ladies of the M. E. Church were thirty-five dol
James Jones, the colored man of whose life
we gave a sketch in the News a few weeks ago,
died at eleven o'clock on Wednesday and was
Saturday December 13, 1884.
You will find bottom prices at Worrell's cash
Our stores are beginning to put on their hol-
Boyd's roller flour in exchange for wheat by
W. B. Worrell.
On and after January 1st, 188.5, W. B. Wor
rell will sell for cash only. l"-3
Miss Nora Vance, of Samantha, was the guest
of Misses Mary and Maud Wright the forepart
of last week.
Mr. Mose Colin, of Cincinnati, has been
visiting his father, Joseph Cohn and family,
the past week.
C. Bhonumus' candy wagon, of Sabina, was
in town laBt Tuesday with the choicest candies
Mr. L. Tensyl has traded his town property
for property in Leesburg, where he will move
in a short time.
W. B. Worrell has bought a new safo in place
of the one blown open by burglars a while back,
and iB a line one.
Mrs. Kate King, of Indiana, arrived last
Saturday to viBit her father, J. V. Achor, who
ia very low with dropsy.
m, John Annleeatc. of San Francisco, Cal.,
,., i,o. nt piibleen vears was iu
town over Sunday visiting old friends.
Sarah, infant daughter of James and Carry
Earl died on Friday, Dec. 12, 1884, and waB
buried Saturday in the Lexington Cemetery.
Dr. L. M. Green, while out making profes-
December 9th, 1884.
Look out for the foot race this week.
Health never better in our community than
John Cochran is contemplating building a
A new song in our village entitled "Does
She Mourn V"
Meeting at the Presbyterian Church last
MiBses Shannon, of Berryville, spent last
Sabbath in our village.
"V.rn In lllia Til' iuhliorhood all gathered. As
a irenaral thinE it was a smail job with most of
Tlev Fveland held forth at the C. U. Church
last Sabbath at 10 o'clock and also at night.
Tohn F Vance and Morrifl Lemon are in the
northern part of the State, purchasing corn to
feed hogs lor June niarb.ui..
A festival will be given at the Baptist unurcn
rlnriinr the holulavs. we win nomy our
readers as to what night, in due time.
The beautiful weather and warm showers of
rain, are maalllg taie umuic, nwivu
great help to our farmers of this vicinity, as
feed is rather scarce.
ii,n M..nnnlili will move in with M. SI.
norr.vp this week where he will remain nnm
Honntr. Ira Miller win move iu m. pi.,
vacated by Multeynolds, this week.
m,.i 1,.. heenme of that society of tins
... i u I '('..inipuiiim
L ..nii.i.. ti.pv have nlaved out ? No. Hume
iLv are nnlv taking sviett rest.
December 5th, 1884.
Sardinia will have a Christmas tree again
Meeting at Toll's sohool house the fourth
Sunday of this month.
B. C. Feddicord's house is completed, and
adds very much to the appearuuee of our little
E. V. Keller is on the sick list but is conva
lescing now, under the skillful treatineut
Dr. J. Shockey.
Wonder what takes the proprietor of the
Flat Bun Mills, to Sardinia so often. Probably
he is ilei ply interested iu the meeting that
f rmpm VihvB commenced Dlowiuir for
naia We think it a Kood idea for farmers
sional calls last Sunday, was taken seriouBly ill,
and has been confined to his bed all week, but
is now in a fair way to recovery.
Mrs. Sarah Kccsberry had James WilliauiB
arrested and brought before 'Squire Kelley for
Belling liquor to her son, who Is a minor, but
as the evidence was not flutlicient there was no
hill found against Mr. Williams.
We had the pleasure of visiting the schools
last week and found all the departments doing
niceiy, and the teachers doing all they could for
the advancement of the scholars, and the schol
ars were earnestly at work, doing all they could
for their own advancement.
Last Friday night when freight train No.
pulled into the station, one of the brakesmen
found a tramp on the train and put him off.
The tramp fired two shots at the brakesman,
one of the shots striking and going through
one of his legs. Tho tramp then got away.
The brakesman was ttken to his home at Love
land. His father is conductor on one of tl
through passenger trains, and has been for
number of years.
Died Mrs. Carrie Stowe, wife of C.
j Htowe, after an illness of about one week. Hhe
j was born on the 24th day of May, 18GI, and
j died Tuesday, December 9, 188-4, aged 23 years,
f months, aud 15 days. She had lived in
midst hut a little over a year, but she had
gained a host of friends, for to know her was
to love her. Her remains were taken to Leba
non for burial on Wednesday. She leaves
a hiiBband and an infant, and many friendB
mourn her untimely death.
December 10, 1884.
Mrs. Lee Taylor is quite sick.
Alfred Roberts has been buying some young
Protracted meeting is going on at Bonner's
Chapul this week.
J. W. Ruble will preach at Union the third
Sunday in this month.
The Union Chapel has been furnished
carpet and chandeliers.
Dr. L. C. Laycock paid this place a short
visit one day last week.
The fly is injuring the early sown wheat
, some places about here.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haslam, of Georgetown,
were visiting frieuds here last week.
j JIaek Purdy is getting along nicely and
hope to see turn up anu aoont before long.
, jf jrr. Hidings' hotel sign falls down we won't
snow wnere 10 uave n oyster supper curiBl-
; mas nigni. oo prop h up air. niuings.
Alt. Olive (Jliapel is nmtergoing repairs.
people are making up money to get a bell,
; they also want to havt the church painted.
- uusiueHH wim jouu uavmsuo is very
since he brought on his stock of candy.
( school children buy it by the cent's worth,
John has put it down to ttie low rates or
sue ior com, bo no nou , uavo vo
, The report is that we are to have a saloon
Here, or wiucii moat or toe people re sorry
' liMr TfcV If BVi Mp Pitn timis it tifeitir? miia
the most civil little towns, here of late,
I there i in all the country, and therefore
December 10th, 1884.
to Itev. J. W. Cummings preached to a large
L. M. Kelly and wife, from near Bainbridge
are visiting frieuds here.
Fred and Ida Smith are intending to spend
low nays in tne uity uurmg mo holidays.
The young people of the village gave Tom
Ketly a neat httie surprise a few nights ago,
Miss Annie Head anticipates attending the
Delaware school or music after the holidays.
The children and school teachers are all
looking forward with anxious hearts to Christ
Bev. Wells, of Sinking Springs, preaches at
the PreMbyterian Church every two weeks at
V o clock.
break their oats liroiiud in the fall aud let he
until soring. '
Trntra-ii meeting In nroeress at the M. E.
Church at Sardinia, Itev. George Fulton the
minister iu charge. Two additions to the
Items "pooty" scarce in this neighborhood
Just now, alter the election has been settled
and so many have oni un "Halt ltiver."
thinking thev will come hack in 188. We
cion't know Low that will be, but we live in
hope, if we do die in despair.
Buy Day's Home and Cattle Towder. Each
package contains information valuable to the
fanner and stock ramer. Day's veterinary
preparations are the bent in use. Kucp a
package at your stables and barn yards. J'rice
twenty-tive cunts per package of one pound,
Dr. Wood lius discovered thut, with a
bird s capacity for euting, a man could con
sume a whole round of beef for dinner.
attentive audience at U. B. Church at
10,' if o clock.
John Hizer and Con Bmally were also sur
prised by the arrival of a boy at each oue of
their Homes during tiie week.
Miss F.lla Ntilen and Joseph Washburn, both
of this neigldsirhood, were married on Sunday
eveimiK, l-'ec. 7, at John Cameron s, by llev,
Hackworth. The wedding was rattier a rjuiet
though pU-anaiit allair, only a few K'lt-Htg being
invitid. yiute a number of presents were re
oemd by the bride and groom.
The retention of any waste matter in the
system produces injury. 'I ho collection of
"phlt-gin" or diseaned mucus in time of cold or
throat alfi-ctioli should be promptly removed.
Dr. hull's Cough H.vrup does it inure quickly
and eilectually than any other cough syrup
Waiter : "All we've got ii pork chops,
piga1 feet, fried sausage bud cold hum."
Mr. Min(nhciuier: "Iauuc, ve vill co."
i..,.:.i nn rrt.i.v . -f .,,!, ,vit!p T.ittlp did
we think at the time we would be called upon
to announce his departure so soon. lis was
John Tearce, of Georgetown, a former resi
ident of this place, was here on bnsinos on
The public schools will close for the holidays
on December and open again on Monday,
An average of 1,500 visits are mado at the
Tost Office here daily for mail, and about one
out of twenty get mail.
The pump in the public well at the Woodrow
corner is badly out of ropair. Will onr city
paps please take notice and act accordingly.
Miss Hannah Constable, of St. Louis, who
has lieen visiting the family of J. D. Hons for
few weeks, left on Friday morning for
Centennial Lodgo No. 6!1, A. O. U. W. will
hold a meeting Dec. IS, fir the election of offi
cers and other important business. A full at
tendance is desirod.
The oooper shops havo been started up In
full force with J. L. Duuienil as foreman. The
machinery in the still house will be set In mo
tion about the 1st of January.
At a regular meeting of T. J. Murrell post,
G. A. B. held in Oddfellows' hall Deo. 12, the
following officers were elected : Commander,
J. A. BerrinK : Sen-vice commander, D. Mur
phy ; Jun-vice commander, C. A. Michael
Surgeon, Dr. Geo. Printer ; Chaplain, M. V.
Noldor ; Q. M lama Troth j Officer of theday,
O. West ; Officer of the guird, Joshua Garner;
ltcpresontative, Owen West; Alternate, T. I
Corrected by G. Bayless A Co.
Wheat, per bushel 75tf
Cattle, perewt S Biifc 4 00
I'li.ur 2 0l" 3 40
Those wishing to buy anything in this lino
will find it to their interest to examine the full
PICTURE FRAMES, MIRRORS, etc, etc,
To be seen at the sales room of
Corner Walnut and West streets (near Factory).
(rugs, Paints, Oils,
North High St.,
' - - -".,.12
HANLON & LEIIO N,
Dealers in all kinds of
Prices as Cheap as the Cheapest.
i -A-XjIj woek g-tjaeaitteetj
Comer Main and "West Streets,
a... hit t ciinpn nmn
Pertiaps you liave aul
fered long and painfully.
rerhaps you have lost
all faith In ever eipori
cudnfT any relief.
Your suHerLngs can
be surely stopped.
You can, IX you will,
exprrlenoo Quick and
By the use of "Ath-
What is thla "ATII
LOPHOROS?" "Athlopuorob" Is a
newly discovered epeciac
for KheuiuatiAiu aud
It aouupon the Wood,
driTins out tho causes
which produce tucsa
You can TiiY It, and
you will And U Tit UK,
thtt If you have Keural
tfia or Kheumatium, you
CAN UK CUitED by
II you cannot get
Athlophobosm of your
druffKiat, we will send it
express paid, on receipt
of renrular price one dol
lar per bottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your
drugyist, but If he hatui't
It, do not be perauaded to
try some thin k eiae, but
order at onoe from us as
IU Wall ktrset, N. V.
you are Dotnerea nearly uj
death with rheumatic twinges
or the pangs of neuralgia it no reason
why you should continue to 6ufler. Ex
periment with good medicine. Try
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Recollect it is
guaranteed bv every druPRlst. Neu
ralgia and Rheumatism never stood be
us a man or women, if you
can, afflicted with toothache,
earache, headache, backache, any ache,
that has sought relief In Dr. Thomas'
that has sought relief In Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil to no advantage, and in re
turn we will refer you to thousands simi
liarly affected whom this medicine lias
restored and cured completely.
FC3TER, HiLCURN & CO., Prcp'3.
Two lloHton Louses netid aliout (100,(100
gallons of rum to the Congo district every
Important Medical Decision.
"There is, in fiurt, no diseaso of which iin-perfi-ot
nutrition in nut the percurser, if not
the direct car.se." ro writes an eminent ni'-di-cul
authority in & recent treatise. Thin in the
undoubted ft-rf-t. lasting, thereforo.no time
on side ihhu ae, Parker's Tonic, imparts vigor
aud tone to the digestion, thus puritving the
blood, uouriHhing the body and throwing
diheaue through the uatural channels. dec
Out of Italy's twenty-nine uiillioiiH of in
hiibitun'ji only a milium subscribe to news
papers. Had Drainage causes much HicknesH, bad
blond and iinproiHsr action of the liver
ki'biev in hud di atiiBri to the human system,
whic u iinrdocii l;itod Hitters remedy.
Farm for Rent!
325 Acres of Land
1 Mile of Washington C. H.,0.
On the Jefferson Tike. Fine llemdence,
Barns. Stables, Ac. Paved Cellar nuder
entire house; water in kitchen, A-c.
blinq for two cur-loads of cuttle. (Jranery,
Tool-honse, llen-House, riggery, hnens,
tOT Cash Kent.
Call on or address
C. R. PROCTOR,
uov2(ltf Washington ('. H.,0.
r- jn o "r jx.
has removed his
Daily Meat Market
NORTH HICH STREET.
A Few Dooi-8 South of the Masonic Temple.
KAUti AGE-MEAT. HAMS,
Of the very best quality, and at prices as low
any otner eHtauiunnieni.
tHtrea and families supplied wit fronh
A continuance of public patronage
CASH paid for GOOD CATTLE AND
mar li.i I
LnnilaiHl 'I i.-WrlliiiK- Hh.HK. Hiiunluua
((urutthed. AilUtcbn ValHiuiut: Broa.,JaueavllllVlfU.
NOTICE TO FARMERS!
(formerly of Chillicothe)
HAS PUT IN NEW MACHINERY
IX Tllg UIIX8 KNOWN AS THE
And will be ready for businers on
Wednesday, Nov. 26th,
Farmers can hsve their owu grain
at the6 mills. Come aud see me.
Ss li Hi! "5? "
Mothert who know what leetttew ltf it
CaUiscii by udii-ii colds taken I'V tntxt
w. loul ten roti i?h throuirh (lie entire nitjht.
keep bottle of F It II IT'S AMRHICAN
COUGH CUH& In'he t.uuse;it willcjre
worst esse of coughs snd colds, retie
fcHtl qui el the muit reitles sullerer.
opmm ur oilier poisons, but only a harnilera
cmiouuJ. U used iu tiiu it wiii
rrnrra aueeican cough
latheflneet made, sml Is equal in
to rrm iT'9 E Y I! f A I,VE, which Is
the beat in usu. Our tretis
Consumption free. Address
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