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ED. L BlUF, Editor and Proprietor.
PERRYSBURG, : OHIO.
Tub New York bonrd of education
has taken a cnutlous stop toward tho
Introduction of tho Froobcl system by
making nn appropriation of $20,000 for
kindergarten classes In tho primary
schools of that city.
Cahdinat, Howard's death reduces
tho number of cardinals now living' to
flf ty-onc, all save ten of whom wcro ap
pointed by tho present pope. Sinco
Leo's succession to tho papacy no less
than eighty-six wearers of tho scarlet
In tho United States cont of arms
thero nre 13 stars, 18 lctterBin tho scroll
hold In tlio englo's beak, 13 marginal
feathers in each wing, 13 tall feathers,
13 parallel 'lines in tho shield, 13 hori
zontal bars, 13 arrow heads in one foot,
nnd 13 letters in tho words "quarter
The prlnco of Wales' absenco from
tho funeral of Lord Tennyson and his
presence during tho obsequies nt tho
Newmarket races, is exciting no end of
unfavorable comment in England.
There was not a royal personage at tho
funeral, the royal family being repre
sented b "two generals, two colonels
and numerous splendid wreaths."
One of tho most interesting features
of tho Columbian celebration in New
York was the appearance presented by
B23 young Indians, all direct descend
ants of tho ancient red man, all well
dressed in civilized costumes and all in
lino celebrating Columbus' great discov
ery. No well-drilled cadets from West
Point ever presented a handsomer ap
pearance. The clay model of tho statue of Gen.
Bcorgo It. McClcllan, which is to bo
erected in Philadelphia, will bo ready
to unveil next May. Gen. Franklin,
Dne of McClcllan's favorite corps com
manders during tho war, will deliver
the oration at the ceremonies, and it is
expected that many of tho officers who
followed the general in those days will
But one species of venomous bird h
known to the student of ornithological
Ddditics tho "bird of death," a
feathered paradox of New Guinea.
Persons bitten by tho creature aro
seized by maddening pains, which
rapidly extend to every part of tho
body. Loss of sight, convulsions and
lockjaw aro the other symptoms which
follow in rapid succession.
Last year the expenditures in tho
war department of tho government
were ?4S,72S,0G5. During tho samo
year the federal government paid out
for the maintenance of the Indians $8,
527,400, making a total for both war
and Indian departments of $T7,247,4"4.
Of courso the great share of the?4S,000,
000 war department appropriation went
to tho maintenance of the army.
At tho head of Holy Cross creek, near
Leadville, Col., and at another place in
the almost inaccessible defiles of Alt.
Shasta, CaL, there are hundreds of
square feet of ground continually cov
ered with snow that is as red as blood.
These two places are the only ones in tho
United States where red snow is known.
The phenomenon is due to the presence
of minute animalcules in tho snow.
Investigations and tests of an en
couraging nature havo been made in
London with petroleum in a solid stato
for fuel purposes, the crude oil being
mixed with a chemical compound equal
to about fifteen per cont of its weight
nnd being then subjected to a moist
heat of about 213 degrees, after which
It is dried at a high temperature and
compressed into the form of bricks by a
A Londoneh latoly patented an ar
rangement for "advertising in the
clouds," and the necessary machinery,
with powerful lenses, will soon bo in
working order. The apparatus can bo
operated whenever clouds are visible,
and during misty and foggy weather
almost any size or style of advertise
ment, including portraits, drawings,
figures, with or without colors can bo
The whole of tho licet with which
Columbus discovered America or
rather tho West India islands might
be shipped on one of tho ocean grey
hounds of tho present day and not bo
especially noticed. Not one of them
was bigger than ordinary schooners
that sail from every port on Lake Erio
every day. Tho length of keel of tho
biggest one, tho Sata Maria was only 03
feet, length of main deck 70 feet, and
greatest breadth 23 feet, and registered
only 75 tons
IThom and after November 1 the peo
ple of Chicago, or a portion of them, at
least, will be supplied with natural gus
from Indiana. The gas is to be brought
from Howard county, where the com
pany claims to have an abundanco of it.
It is to bo piped over one hundred miles,
and tho well pipes aro now laid to tho
city limits and ready to bo connected
with tho mains. Gas will bo furnished
to consumers at fifty cents per thousand
ieet At this price it will hardly be less
expensive than coal, though the saving
in handling and labor will bo an item.
Nearly three-fourths of all tho cases
of cholera in southern Russia, or in tlio
region between the Caspian sea and tho
Black, have proved fatal. In St Peters
burg, where better sanitary conditions
exist, over half tho cases have proved
fatal. In Hamburg the ratio of deaths
in cholera cases has been nearly one
half, while in northern Germany, in
Belgium, and in France, it has been
about one-third. About eighty per
cent of tko cases in Persia are thought
to have proved fatal A quarter of a
million Persians are supposed to havo
perished by tho Axitio cholara Uiia
Socks nro darnod free nt some fur
Hauvaiw gives away $87,000 annually
in aid of its students.
Mn. Gladstone's rate of speech aver
ages 150 words per minute.
Belgium is now declared to bo tho
most temperate country in Europe.
Tun London zoological garden con
tains now no less than 3,100 animals.
The policy-shops of Now York lost
nearly $00,000 on 4-11-44 tho other day.
An Oregon farmer boasts of tobacco
stalks which mcasurosix feet in height.
Mongolian pheasants nro being kill
ed by tho hundreds iu Lane couuty,
Ahout twice as mucin power is requir
ed to stop uu express train as to start
The costliest drcsscn in tho world aro
said to bo worn by tho women of Sum
In Samar beehives hang in tho form
of oblong globes from tho branches of
Vihgima has just awarded a contract
for a handsome stato library In Hick
mond. There is room for just five inoro dead
In tho "poet's corner" of Westminster
To every 1,000 men in tho British
army only eighteen are over six feet in
Foil tho first timo in years in North
Carolina there aro no convicts at work
France is to havo a new subsidiary
coinage, which is to be of some motal
Kev. . Andrew Jones, colored, is in
Chicago prophesying tho destruction of
the city by llood.
Somewhat more than 1,000,000 Cana
dians have crossed over into the United
States sinco 1SS1.
Between tho years 1SS2 and 1SS0 over
two thousand persons fell victims to
brigands in Italy.
Lord Tennyson married at tho ago
of forty-one. His wife was a niece of
Sir John Franklin.
By tho law of Missouri a third con
viction for larceny carries with it im
prisonment for life.
Some New York peoplo have taken to
putting crape on the walking stick as
well as on their arms.
In order to collect a pound of clover
honey, bees must deprive 02,000 clover
blossoms of their nectar.
A l'ARTY near Tina, Mo., advertises
pasture for turkeys, as he has a large
lot of grasshoppers on hand.
J. L. Douglas, of Humboldt county,
Cal., is the possessor of a beard reputed
to be forty-seven inches long.
Among the wealthy classes of Japan
it is considered undignified to ride a
horse going faster than a walk.
A marriage by proxy, in which tho
bride was in England and the groom in
Mexico, was a recent sensation.
In Hebron, Conn., is an apple treo
that was planted 125 years ago, and
still bears good fruit each year.
The Chinese aro to have an 80,000
tea house at tho AVorld's fair, with
pretty Chinese maidens to Fervc the tea.
One of the new cruisers will havo a
smokestack 110 feet high. An English
mail steamer has funnels 120 feet high.
A Chicago newsboy has been fined
for crying sensational "news" that did
not appear in the paper ho was selling.
Some of the English journals aro ad
vising that the custom of appointing a
so-called Poet Laureate be discontinued.
PoMEitoY, Wash., boasts of a curiosity
in the shape of a carrot It "resembles
a human hand having five fingers with
In China w.ealthy people buy their
coffins long before they need them, and
exhibit them as ornamental pieces of
A doctor in St Augustine, Flo.,5
owns the oldest house in America and
lives In it, too. It was built in 1500 by
The Japanese government is said to
have provided for a visit of 2,000 of its
middle class citizens to the fair in Chi
cago next year.
It will take three years to build the
two next warships thatthe governmeut
contemplates, one being 0,000 and tho
other 8,000 tons.
The president has appointed H. C.
Lanyon, of Kansas, an alternate com
missioner from that stato to the World's
Amos Ginks, who is 107 years old,
lives at Wellingsborough, Northamp
tonshire, England. His age is verified
by the registry of births.
A Philadelphia soft drink cafe dis
plays a sign reading: "Try one of our
Columbus egg posphates and you will
discover another world."
The Marine City (Mich.) Magnet
tells of a mushroom found in that town
that filled a bushel basket and weighed
fourteen and a half pounds.
Astronomer Pickering reports Jupi
ter's first satellite, 2,800 miles in diam
eter, "egg-shaped and revolving end
over end in the orbital plane."
A dentist in Elizabeth, N. J., has
been directed by tho local courts to pay
1 150 damages to a woman whose jaw he
broke while pulling one of her teeth.
Tun fastest train in the world is the
Empire express, which runs between
New York and Buffalo, a distance of 440
miles, at tho rate of fifty-two miles an
It is said that Corporal Tanner has
cleared nearly (200,000 from his business
as pension claim attorney sinco he was
bounced from tho pension commission
ership. A rosTAL card was sold in Paris for
(50 a short timo ago. It had gono
around tho world after tho person to
whom it was addressed and boro seventy-two
IN celebration of tho birth of his
daughter tho German emperor has de
cided to pardon all female prisoners
now undergoing punishment for tho
first time for crimes committed through
distress or anger.
The Pennsylvania's union depot in
Philadelphia promises to be tho most
magnificent structure of the kind in the
world. It will bo modern gothlc, gran
ite und brick, ten stories high and a
tower 240 feet high.
The News Condensed.
Important Intelligence From All Parts.
Otis Greyk nnd II. II, Flnlcy skipped
from Now York nfter swindling many
persons out of $100,000 in a Florida land
The centennial celebration In Buf
falo of Now York's canals was largely
attended, delegates coming from near
ly a hundred organizations along the
Chief of Police O'Mara, of Pitts
burgh, was indicted for kidnaping by
a, New Jersey grand jury for taking
Frank Molllck out of tho state on sus
picion that ho was an accomplice of tho
The bureau of statistics at Washing
ton says that the exports for tho twelve
months ended September 30 were SD0S,
204,074. Imports for tho twelve months,
The general manager of a Now York
life insuranco company fled from tho
City of Mexico nfter embezzling SS0,
000 of tho company's money.
Nearly tho entire town of Plain
City, O., was destroyed by fire.
Seventy-five pounds of dynamite
exploded on a government dredge boat
near Chattanooga, Tcnn., and three
men wcro killed.
The steamer City of Paris arrived at
New York from Quccnstown, having
made the quickest timo on record 5
days, 14 hours and 24 minutes.
By the collapse of a stand where a
rehearsal was taking place in West
Winsted, Conn., 100 children wore in
jured. The great stallion Rayon d'Or, be
longing to the estate of tho lato W. L.
Scott, was sold at public auction in
New York to August Belmont for S32,
000. In the third of tho nine games be
tween the Cleveland and Boston base
ball clubs for tho national league cham
pionship, played at Cleveland, the score
was: IJoston, 3; Cleveland, 2.
Tom Bailey shot and probably fatal
ly wounded two girls in a house of ill-
repute at Dcs Moines, la., and then
Three distinct earthquake shocks
were felt at Martinsville, Ind., which
caiibcd a rattling of windows and shak
ing up of crockery that alarmed house
William McPuerson was arrested in
Detroit, Mich., on the charge of haviug
twelve living wives.
The annual report of Gen. John M.
Schofield, major general commanding
the United States army, says the state
of discipline and military instruction
throughout tho army is highly satis
factory and earnestly recommends that
the regular troops and state militia be
supplied with improved small arms.
The national guards, he says, are better
disciplined and more reliable than ever
In the fourth of the nine games be
tween the Cleveland and Boston base
ball clubs for tho National league
championship, played at Boston, the
score was Boston, 4; Cleveland, 0.
The world's fair buildings in Chicago
were dedicated on the 21st. Vice-President
Morton accepted and dedicated the
structures, Henry Watterson, of Ken
tucky, delivered the dedicatory oration,
and Chauncey M. Depew, of Now York,
was the Columbian orator.
The Louisville, Evansville & St.
Louis pay car was burned near Deca
ture, 111., together with $3,000 in cash.
A convention of delegates from vari
ous states was held in Chicago and an
organization perfected to be known as
"The National League forGood Roads.''
Tho object is to awaken general in
terest in the improvement of public
During a fireworks exhibition at Los
Angeles, Cal., a 0-inch gas pipe loaded
with gunpowder exploded, killing
twelve people and wounding many
The Stewart stucco and cement
works at Colorado City, Col., were de
stroyed by an incendiary fire, tho loss
A hurricane near Sterling, Kan.,
wrecked many buildings and injured
Mb. and Mrs. John Sells were found
dend in their home at Swedesburg, la.,
they having been suffocated by gas
from a coal cooking stove.
C. Burkhaltkr & Co., wholesale
grocers in New York city, failed for
An Incendtrary fire destroyed M. S.
Williams' barn at Leadville, Col., ond
live valuable horses, wagons and on
immense quanity of hay and grain
The four children of Joseph Mat
thews, living near Claremont, S. Cwere
burned to a crisp during the absence of
Mrs. Edward Neunlist was instant
ly killed in Louisville, Ky., by the dis
charge of a gun trap which her son
Edward had set to kill a chicken thief.
The house of Michael Hansas, a
mail carrier at Manannah, Minn., was
burned, and two of his children per
ished. Non-union men in Carnegie's mill at
Pittsburgh were set upon and terribly
beaten by strikers, a man named
Smith being fatally injured.
Daniel Graves, of Salt Luke City,
was buried in a casket for which he
planted and raised two walnut trees.
A fire at Altoona, Pa., resulted in
tho destruction of a dozen buildings
aod causing a loss of $100,000.
In a six days walking contest in Chi
cago the score ut the close was: Hart,
470 miles 7 laps; Moore, 470 miles 14
laps; Connors, 475 miles 13 laps; Guer
rero, 459 miles 5 laps; Campana, 451
miles 1 lap; Dean, 403 miles 10 laps.
The piano playing contest in New
York between James M. Waterbury
and Miss Ada Melville resulted in vic
tory for the former, he playing the in
strument for seventeen consecutivo
R. O. Dun & Co.'e weekly review of
trade says: "There is still no cloud in
the business sky, unless the state ol
foreign trade be one. All homo trado
is of enormous volume, making an ag
gregate of bunk exchanges thus fur in
October never equuled in the same
month of uny previous year."
Mn. And Mns. ThomAb Cole wore
found dead in bed in Chicago. Gas
asphyxiation was tho causo of their
The Danville express on tho Chicago
& Eastern llllnoterailroad wns wrecked
at Forty-ninth strcot, Chicago, and
twenty-two persons wero injured and
Mrs. William MeDonuld. was killed.
Two farmers namod Zimmerman
and Strlttmattcr woro killed by tho
cars near La Crosso, Wis.
Boh Williams and Bob Cook became
involved in a quarrel near Bonhain,
Tex., and killed each other.
In tho fifth of tho niuo gnincs be
tween the Cleveland and Boston base
ball clubs for tho "national lcaguo
championship, played at Boston, tho
score was: Boston, 12; Cleveland, 7.
The Sand3 Point hotol at Roslyn, N.
Y., owned by George Ehret, tho brow
si:, wns destroyed by fire, tho loss be
An old grudge between James Patter
son and Joseph Huincs resulted in a
duel at Greenwood, Ky., and both men
Jamks Mason and a comrade un
known were fatally injured by a fall of
slate in a coal mino near Macon. Mo.
Jamks Corrett, the pugilist, was ar
rested in Cincinnati charged with par
ticipating in a theatrical performance
An express train on tho Chicago &
Erie road was wrecked by an open
switch at Loiters, Ind., and Engineer
David Frederick and Fireman John
Metz were fatally injured.
Edwin Booth has positively decided
not to appear again upon tho stage.
He has a fortune of $750,000, which he
does not appear ambitious to inerense.
In a head-end collision on the Read
ing road at Allenwood, Pa., three men
wcro fatally injured and twelve curs
Mrs. Marie Dellis, aged 03 years,
was found murdered on the old stato
rond near MeKeesport Pa,
The steamers Jamestown and City of
Erie and a private naptha launch were
burned at Jamestown, N. Y.
Fores r fires in Atlantic county, N.
J., have done damage to tho extent of
S100.000 and nre still raging.
Commander in Chief Weissert, of
the Grand Army of tho Republic, an
nounces the following staff appoint
ments: Adjutant general, E. B. Gray,
Milwaukee; quartermaster general,
John Taylor, Philadelphia; inspector
general, George L. Goodalc, Boston;
assistant adjutant general, J. L. Ben
nett, Chicago; senior aid do camp, Ford
II. Rogers, Detroit.
The body of Emma Healey, of Fredo
nia, N. Y., 18 years old, missing sinco
Junuary 1 last, was found in a tree
stump, where, it is supposed, she took
refuge during a storm und was frozen
A general fight occurred at llog
town, Ky., between the Tollivers and
the Howards, in which Cal and Wiley
Tolliver and Sam Howard wero fatally
A collision between a freight and
work train on the Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul road near Plymouth. Wis.,
resulted in the death of Thomas Fitz
gerald and N. Ringle and tho injury of
In the sixth of the nine games be
tween the Cleveland and Boston base
ball clubs for the National league
championship, played at Boston, the
score was: Boston, 8; Cleveland, 3.
Boston having won five of the games
secures the championship.
An accident on the construction line
of the Great Northern road near Spo
kane, Wash., resulted in tho death of
seven men and eleven others were in
jured, five fatally.
The criminal charge of destroying
public documents against Labor Com
missioner Charles F. Peck was dis
missed by Justice Guttman in the po
lice court at Albany, N. Y.
The cotton compress at Temple,
Tex., with !,000 bales of cotton, were
burned, the loss being $215,000.
A collision occurred on the Reading
railroad at West Manayunk, Pa., which
resulted in seven persons being killed
and fifteen others being injured.
In a quarrel over a roadway near
Grayson, Ky., Sylvester Adams was
shot and killed and his nephew, Oscar
Adams, fatally wounded by J. D. Ben
net PERSONAL AND POLITICAL.
Maj. David E. Caldwell, a well
known newspaper man, died at Lex
Tile republicans have nominated
Daniel Butterfleld for congress in the
Twelfth New York district and G C
Shane in the Fourteenth.
Dennis F. Hanks, the early tutor
and lifelong friend of tho martyred
president. Abraham Lincoln,' died at
the residence of his daughter, Mrs.
Nancv ShoatT, in Paris, 111., aged 03
years, 5 months and 0 days.
Gen. B. F. Partkidoe died at his
home near Bay City, Mich. He served
during the war with Michigan troops.
John Gaines, who was tho oldest
man born in Indiunn, died suddenly at
Crawfordsville, aged 00 years.
The 20th was the thirty-ninth anni
versary of tho wedding of President
Harrison and wife.
Emil Drkier, nged 03, the Danish
consul to Chicago, died suddenly while
on his way from Denmark to that city.
George IIowland, for eleven years
superintendent of Chicago public
schools, died suddenly in Ills chair,
aged 08 years. He had been connected
with Chicago schools over thirty years.
Edward J. Denning, senior partner
of the retail dry goods house of E. Den
ning & Co., successors to A, T. Stowart
& Co., died suddenly in his bathroom
in New York.
Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison,
the wife o( President Harrison, died in
Washington at 1:40 a. m. on tho 25th,
aged nearly 57 years. Mrs. Harrison
met death with the patience und resig
nation of a devout Christian, and her
last hours were comparatively free
from pain. Consumption was the cause
of her death. Mr. Harrison and other
members of the family wero nt her
bedside when the end came,
"Aunty" Baldy, Indiana's oldest
woman, celebrated' her 103d birthday
at her home In Torre Haute, where alio
bus lived si nee 1810
Abaiirl TiionNnuno died near Mun
eic, Ind., nged 01) years, 10 months und
6 days. Ho had resided in ono voting
precinct sinco 1825 nnd was a repub
The total number of dcatho from
cholera in Franco since April is 3,184.
By tho caving in of a sower at Ham
burg, Germany, fourteen workmen
woro burled alive, and It wns thought
that all of them had perished.
A hkvolution has broken out at San
tiago del Estro, tho capital of tho
province of tho same namn tho con.
trnl province of tho Argentino repub
lic, und tho insurgents havo captured,
tho governor of tho province.
During tho lato riots which havo
taken placo in Crete four Christians
were killed nnd twenty wounded. Four
teen Turkish soldiers also lost their
Official statistics show that tho
barley crop of Franco this year will
amount to 17,020,433 hectolitres, against
20,523,873 hectolitres last year.
Nearly three-fourths of all tho cases
of cholera in southern Russia, or in tho
region between the Caspian sea and tho
Black, proved fatal.
A storm in Sardinia destroyed one
third of tho town of Asscmlni and over
100 houses at Elmns. Several persons
The present tea crop in tho Asatn
valley in India is tho shortest on
record, and the decrcaso in the out
turn, compared with that of 1891, Is
Ik a railway wreck near Pcnsa, Rus
sia, twenty persons were killed.
Many vessels wcro wrecked and over
a dozen lives lost in wreclis caused by
storms on tho Spanish coast.
It was estimated that the total catch
of tho Canadian scalers this year would
reach about 45,000 skins, which, as com
pared with tho catch of last year,
shows a falling off of 15 per cent.
Five villages near Kutais, in Trans
Caucasia, were destroyed by an earth
quake and many lives were lost The
bodies of twenty-seven persons had
The greatest land deal ever made in
northern Mexico was consummated at
Monterey, tho celebrated Cedros
hacienda, embracing 1,200,000 ueres of
land, being sold to a syndicate.
Later advices from tlio Hoods in
Cagliari, in Sardinia, show that hun
dreds of lives were lost and hundreds
of thousands of dollars' worth of prop
erty was destroyed.
Prof. Adolimi Soetheer, of Goettin
gen, Germany, died at the age of 78
years. Prof. Soetbeer was the fore
most authority of the world on che sub
The new German military bill gives
that country on a peace footing an
army of 492,000 men.
W. M. Conway, an English moun
taiueer, has succeeded in climbing to
the top of one of the peaks of the Hin
du Kush range, on the borders of Kash
mir, to the height of 23,000 feet
Advices from Chinan Fu, in China,
say that in a recent flood over 50,000
persons were drowned and that 1,000,
000 would starve to death unless the
Chinese government furnished them
food from now till next spring.
The two Rodiquo brothers and a
man named Moloi, South sea pirates,
were beheaded at Manila for murder
ing the crew of a vessel.
A large portion of the village of
Sainte Anne de Beauprc, Que., was
destroyed by fire.
A nooKKEK.rEii of the Dentsche bank
in Berlin was arrested on a chargo of
Cholera has made its appearance for
the fiifct time in Vienna, Austria.
Jacob Lewis, dealer in jewelry at
Boston, Mass., assigned on tho 25th to
R. R. Gilman. His liabilities aro esti
mated at $70,000.
A fire on the iLondon docks on the
25th destroyed property to the value of
about $200,000. Tho corn and malt in
the building of the Shcppard Maize
Malting Company wero burned nnd tho
four floors and roof of the building wero
On the 25th, Maggio Grinley, a scrub
woman employed at tho Ashland block,
Chicasro, I1L, fell from the bcvcnth floor
to tho basement and was crushed to a
At Pittsburgh, Pa., on the 25th it was
stated that there wero prospects of a
speedy settlement of tho river coal
miners' strike and an early resumption
of work. It was said tho sentiment
among tho miners in tho neighborhood
of Brown's Station is in favor of re
turning to work at a three-cent rate, a
reduction of one-half cent from tho old
A westiiound pnsscnger train on tho
Frisco road was wrecked by a broken
rail near Phillipsburg, Mo., on the 25th.
Baggageman Albert Diokcrson nnd
News Agent Floyd Hnrwood wero in
stantly killed. About twen'y passen
gers received cuts and bruises, but none
of their injuries wero serious.
At Logannport, Ind., on tlie 24th Bar
ney J. Allen died in spasms. He made
a statement prior to death to tho effect
that he had been poisoned by a drug
placed in his coffee by his wife, Tho
woman was placed under arrest
At Now York City on tho 25th four
cases of small-pox wero discovered and
tho patients were removed to the recep
Prop. William Swinton, tho well
known author of Bchool books, and
brother of Editor John Swinton, died
suddenly at New York City on tho 25th
On the 25th thero wero eight new cases
of cholera and four deaths from tho dis
ease at Vienna. Great anxiety prevailed
and tho authorities wero adopting tho
most stringent methods to prevent tho
disease from spreading.
At Homestead, Pa., on tho 25th, Pres
ident Weiho and President-elect Gar
land, of the Amalgamated association,
hold a secret consultation with tho ad
visory board officials, and it was unotll
cially announced that tho strike would
bo declared off.
The grand jury at Indianapolis, Ind.,
on the 25th returned an indictment
against A. H. Hosmcr, supreme vice
president of the Order of tho Iron HulL
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ing than tho promlao that is mmlo by tho
proprietors of Dr. Saga's Catarrh Remedy t
It Is this: "If wo can't euro your Catarrh,
wo'll pay you $500 In cash."
Two bottles of German Syrup
cured me of Hemorrhage of the
Lungs when other remedies failed.
I am a married man and, thirty-six
yearsof age, and live with my wife
and two little girls at Durham, Mo.
I have stated this brief and plain so
that all may understand. My case
was a bad one, and I shall be glad
to tell anyone about it who will
write me. Philip L Schbnck, P.
O. Box 45, April 25, 1890. No man
could ask a more honorable, busi.
uess-like statement. G
t KIDNEY LIVERS BWSl
Pain in the Back,
Joints or hIp8,6CdlmcntlnurInoliko brick-dust
Xrcqucnt calls or retention, rheumatism.
Diabetes, drop:), scanty or high colored mino.
Stinging sensations when voiding, dlstcres pres
sure In the parts, urethral Irritation, stricture.
' Disordered Liver9
IUofit or dark circles under tho eyes, tongu
coated, constipation, yellowish eyeballs.
Guarantee Usecontentsof One IloUle, It not ben
efited, Druggists will nfund jou the price paid.
At DriiKsUtH, 50c. Size, $1.00 Size.
Invalids Guide to Henltb" free Consultation free.
Dm Kilmer & Co., Ulsoiiauton, N. T.
uiiuniu unum sra-symr-. . -r.fct
when applied Into tho
nostrils, will bo nb-
clcunsiue tlio liend of
catarrhal Tlrus. caus
ing healthjr secretions. I
It allays inflamma
tion, protects tho
membrane from addl
ly beats tbo sores nnd I
restores sense of tasto I
TRY THE CURE. HAY "FEVER
A particle Isnppllod Into each noptrilandlsagreo
able. Price TO cents at Oruvjclstsor by mall.
ELY UUOT1IKU3. 50 Warren Street. New York.
Guaranteed to euro Bilious Attack, Bick
Hcndoclm and Couatlpatlon. 40 In each
bottle, l'rlco 23c. For Bale by druggists.
l'lcturo "7, 17, 70'
f. SMITH & CO..
' and samplo dose free.
Prep tletors. NEW YOUX.
Tim FISH 11KAXD SLICKER Is warranted water
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ted Catalogue IYe. A. J. TOWBIt. Iloston. Alois.
7 COI.OItEK IM.VI'IM.
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