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THE PERBYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 21 10 3D.
A Curo for Constipation.
' I luivo been troubled with constipation for
J-cnrs. It wns rulnlne my hrnltli, my com
orlnml my coiuplo.-don, mul 1 urn pi ml to
nay tlmt Celery Kinii ban restored nil tbrcc,
nnil tbln nftcr trying many other medicines
tlmt M'cro BuppoHcil to bo rooiI, but which
wro of no vnino whatever. I would Ilka to
tell ovcry mi trcrliip woman what t.'clcry KIiir
Jinn dODofor inc. Nelllo (Joulil, .Medlnu.Olilo
Celery Klntr cures Constlpnt Ion nnd all dls.
raxes oftlinNcrvc,Htomauli, Liver and Kld
neys. Bold by drugglsta. iScundGOc. 3
K. of I. Kxciiralnn to Detroit.
Tho C. H & D. Ity. will soil tlckots
lUono'iiro lor tho round trip to De
troit Auyust 25 to "(I Inclusive limited
to Scptombur fitli. 'lickots cin bo ex
tended to SiM.'Minli' r 14' h. For par
ticular upplt to C. II. & D. ticnts.
It Is snld that many persons have re
futed to give the census enumerators
vtllicli they have,
asked in compli
ance-with their instructions. Probably
there arc n number of people who be
lieve that in this way they are showing
their independence, says the Chicago
Tribune. Their course is both unpatri
otic and foolish. In tho first place it is
of interest to the whole country that
an accura tc census should be obtained,
.inasmuch ns the statistics now secured
will stand for the next ten years. The
school census may lie "more complete
nnd more accurate," as the takers of it
.assert, but nevertheless the people of
the world at large will be more dh
'josed to credit the federal authority
with accuracy than the municipal gov
ernment. The former has a higher
reputation, for some reason or other
which is not dinicult to appreciate, for
inlthitil performance of its duties.
The rcfusnl to give Informatlouis fool
ish, bccaiiM! the law provides strict pen
alties for refusal, nnd the federal courts
nro sure if not swift to punish viola
lions of the law. Those who refuse to
give Information tire law breakers and
Yflll be punished as such. The questions
may seem prying, but they arc of vital
Importance to the obtaining of accu
Ivy poUiiniiiL', puisoii wui., ills in d all
Other accidental ii juried may he quieu
ly cured by Uflntr IX-Wilt's Witch Haz
el Sul vi'. It Is alhii a certain cure for
pllea ami bkln dltmimca, T.ilo no other.
A. R. Clminpney, Drnjrtflst.
rhlladelphhi people were treated to
the unusual spectacle of n dog spread
at full length upon a enke of ice one
very warm day recently, says the
Record. The ice had oeeu left before
a store door early in the morning,
The dog waddled languidly up tho
street, the sorriest victim of heat to
te seen in a day's tramp, lie looked
it the ice, viune nearer, sullied it in
evident enjoyment, then in raptures
of delight ran his tongue over its cool
vurfnee. As u cat capers in ctnip. the
tog capered around the ice. Them he
luriicdi twice audi strctchedl himself
pon It. Many a passer-by seemed to
nw him his cool position.
Won't CnreEvery tiling
But Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Rem
edy Will Cure You If You Suf
fer From Disease of the
Kidneys, Liver, Bladder
Thirty Years of Cures to Its Credit
Trial Bottle Free.
Kidney diseases should bo attended
to at once, for almost 00 per cent, of our
unexpected deaths of to-day are from
that cuusc. Dr. David Kennedy's Fa
vorite Remedy is tho only sure cuto
known for diseases of tho Kidneys,
Liver, Bladder and Blood, Rheuma
tism, Dyspepsia and Chronic Constipa
tion. It is marvelous how it stops that
pain in tho back, relieves the necessity
of urinating to often at night, drives
away that scalding pain in passing
water, corrects the bad oflects of
vhiskey and beer nnd shows its bene
ficial effects on tho system in an in
credibly short timo. It is sold by all
drug etores at $1.00 a bottle.
You can tell just as well as a phy
sician whether your Kidneys aro dis
used or healthy. Fill a tumbler with
urine and let it stand 24 hours ; if it lias
a pediment, if it is milky or cloudy,
discolored or pale; if it is ropy or
stringy, your Kidneys and Bladder aro
in a dangerous condition and you do
not need a physician to tell you bo.
If you would liku to tcBt Favorlto Rem
edy frco of all chargo, send your full
name and post oflico address to the Dr.
David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout,
N. Y., and a freo trial bottle, tORothor
with a pamphlet of vnluablo medical
advice, will bo sent you postpaid .provid
ing you mention this paper when you
write. 'Tho publishers of this r paper
guarantee tho genulncncEsof this offer.
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IC. or r. Detroit Excursion,
TiolelH to Di'trolt will l,o on side via
Ohio Central Lines tit $1.00 for the round
nip from Howling Greun and propot
tlnnntoly low rates from nil other
ntntloiiB. Tickets on snlo August 25tli to
3 (Hi Annum Rncnmp
Of tno G. A. IX. at Chlcng
on snlo via. tho Nickel L'lato
toad A yg.
25 20. Inclusive ooud rotui
Aug. 81st, Inclusive or by do
Sent. 80th, inclusivo. On
mllu travelled. Head co
ticket carofully. No. 184
Annual ltc-unlon or l.oitor Carrlora
For tho above occasion ngenta of the
O'lio Central Lines w II noil excursion
tlckrtBto Dettoit. Mich., nt one fare for
tlif riiuiul trip. Tickets on snlo Septom-b.-r
2nd ami flril, goud leturnlnir until
September 10th. Sep 1
n. A. It. Ulncnco Uxcuriton.
Fur the 2llh annual oncampment of
the O. A. R. ni?i!iit8 of tho Ohio Central
Lines will sell excursion tiukots to Chi
ciigo at ono cent pnr milo. Tickets on
yule August 2."i to 2!)th, good returning
until Aug. 31st, with (iiivllego of cxten--.ion
of limit until Sh.i ,30th by depo-it-ing
ticket with joint n gi.nl in Chicago on
or batnro noon of bVpl. 2nd and paying u
fee ot 50 cents. Aug. 25
S. A- It. Encampment.
At Chicago. Excur-iVft tickets jin
tho Nickel Plato road on Uje Au. 2.5th.
to A ut'. 29th inc.. good rMUmiug until
Aug. 31st, inc. or by depoxKuiHil Sept.
:t0tli . inc.. ut film cent u mnb travelled,
Write, win- 'phono or call newest agent,
C. A. Aaterlin, T. P. A , Ft. Wne, Ind.
152 Aug 25.
I'.xcnri-lnii UntCM to Columbus vlrt
olilo Con trill Lines for the UIilo
One fnro for tlie round trip from all
points in Ohio nnd Ft i'lensmit, V. Vu.
Tickets on side Sv'in. 3.1 to 7th inclusive
Good returning until September until 8th
Unices food is digested quickly it will
formenl and irritate tho stomach. Af
tor each meal tko a toaspoonful of
Kodol Dyspopsla Curo. It digests what
you eat and will allow you to oat all you
oeedot what you lllto. It nover falls
to curo tho worst cases of dyspepsia.
It Is pleasant to take. A. It, Champ
Toledo. O., Excitrtlonv Aug. 5.12, It)
The Clover Leaf will issue the usual
low rale excursion tickets to Toledo for
fast lino No. G, scheduled stoio only,
with privilege of returning from Toledo
our tiiiiu No. 5. 5.00 p. m,, or trsin No.
3 12:20, midnight. Call on nearest,
ngcut for particulars. (. C. Jenkins,
G P. A.
Tri-Mnto Fair at Toledo. Excursion
Untci to Toledo via T. A; 0 C. Uy.
August 27th to 3lst, Inclusive, from
Bucyrus, Kenton and intermediate sta
t ons to Toledo. Tickets good return
ing until September 1st. Aug. 28
TlicNtcxcl Plato lload
Will pell excursion tieketiuto Chicago
for tho 21th annual encampment of tli
G. A. It. at one cent h mil&trivvelleu,
good going f i out Aug. 25th tK2S)j!i, inc
and returning until Aug. 31. fjrc.oi
by deposit until Sept. 80th nK, on any
ono of our Peerless Trio of darMexnres.H
traiiifl tvhere ocheduled to Btopli Write,
wiie, 'phone or cull on nearest Tfcent, f:.
A. Aaterlin, T. P. A., Ft. Way, Ind.
ioi a ,..; a
Tlio Mcliol IM
Oflets the low n.to of
10 cent a "milt-
travelled to Chicago for
Ciiuipment of llio U. A.
i Tickets on
nule Ail;.'. 2.")lh tn 20th, Itic
intr uiiiii Ail''. 31st inc. or
til Sept. 30th, inc. Wtito,
or call on ueaiest nu'eiit, C
T. P. A.. Ft. Wwvne. Iu.I.
Mo. lol Aug. 25
Addition! Comrades I
The Nickel Plat.' ro.nl wilbfcell tickets
to (Jhiciiuo for the 31tb hiiiiiiU eitCHfli
mentof tlio G. A. It., August 2tth t 2"
inc., at one cent a mile travWIeiL Bnd
retiiminir until Auc. 31st. inefcr lrte-
nosit until Sept. 30l!i, inc. mte, wfte
'phono or call on nearest ngeat, C. A.,
Aaterlin, T. P. A., Pi. Way. Lfll
No. 153 Aug. 25
Tlie 31 tk Annual Kiicuiiipmcut. I
Of tho G. A- R. at tihicngo. For tliln
occasion tho Mickel Plato Run will sell
tlekets at one cent n milo lyd&elled on
Aug. 25th to 20th. itcliisiG, jfcod-re-tinning
until Aug. 3lk, IncluHlvL or by
depoi.it until Sept. 30ili bfclusive.vn any
one of our Peerless Trio of daily Apress
trains where scheduled to stop, write,
wire, 'phone or cull ou nearest ageSt; C.
A. Asterlin, T. I'. A. Ft. Wayno, Ind.
G. A. It. to Clilcugo anil Itotiirn.
ThoC. H. & D. tuuiid trip rate to
Chicago and return on account of the
G. A. R. Ntitional Encampment Irom
Perryaburg will bo S4.70. Tickets on
snlo August 25 to 29 inclusive good
returning to August 31, without te-
Btaraping. TIcUuis can bo extended tn
September 30 upon payment of 60 cents
additional. Aug. 25
Tlio Ideal Trip or tuo season.
ninculnuc Island Kxcumlon Tliurs-
dar, Nept.o vlu. Ohio Central
Unci und. llio n. &C. sioaiuor
''City of Allicnu." Only
SI. 00 Hound Trip.
Special train will leave Howling Green
nt 3:21 p. m,, making direct connection
with D. & C. Stcuiier, "City of Alpena,"
nt T. & O. (,'. Ky. Dock, Toledo, leav
ing at 4:30 p. ui., arriving at Mackimio
Island Saturday noon. Tickets good
returning on any I). & C. Uoat until
boat leaving MackiiMU at 8:30 a. m.
Wednesday, Sept. lO.uivlngfull 10 dnys
nt the. Island if desired. Mniquette, the
Soo, Point Aux Pius and other resorts
can bo rcrclud from JlHckinso at low
rntcs. For full and detailed information
call on any agent of Ohio Central
Lines, or mlilresN 1) ' Pattkiison, Pus.
Agent, Clmileston, W. Va W A P&T
EHB, Pns. no-pur, f'ollimbll". O. n -1
Clionp in liV Kxcurkloti to I'otookov
nnd Northern Michigan.
Tho C. H. fc D. Ity. nnd Pero Mnr
quutto R. R. will run an excursion to
Luddlngton, Munlstoo, Travorso City,
Clmrlovolx or Potoakoy and nil lntor
mcdlato stations nt alx dollars tor tho
round trip. Train loaves Porryaburg
Tuesday. August 21, ut 10.1.1 n. m.
Apply to any C. II. & D. aguul for lout
lot giving full particulars.
If Your Ticket
Reads via tho Ohio Cuutral Lines to
Chicago for the G. A. H. Encampment,
you will make no inMiiko. One cent per
mile each way. Tickets on salt) Aug. 2rith
to2ath. Aug. 25
Anniuil r.Tciir.lnn tn ItlncldnncKop
tcmbor lOtli vln Olovor l.cuf & I .V: C.
Tho Toledo, St. Lnutu and Western It.
R. Co., Clover Laf route, will issue us
uollow rate pxciirslon tickets (no rate
more tlmn $7 00 nor less than $3 00)
from principal Illinois, Indiana and Ohio
stations, Eiweril-villo to Maumeo In-
oIunivH, train no 4 arriving ToUdo 10 25
p, m.Sept. 10th; train no 0 arriving T
IodD8"I3a. in, September 11th. alno for
train no 2 arriving Toledo 8-55 p. m. Sep-t'liibii-
11th connecting with I) & t.
Steitmer 'Alnckinnc" sclieduleil to leave
Toleihi 1-30 p. m. of that date, rr-tiirii
limit 10 days from date of Bale. Ord.T
licltliB or statH room in advance. Slate
room consists of double lower and single
upper, lower $1.50, upper $1 00. or en
tiro room si-fiO Toledo to MMcklnao.
SiJe trip to Sjo 2-00, to iVarqusttf
S-00. C-ill on nearest Clover Leaf
gnt for furthpr particulars. C I).
Whitnei, Gcn'l Trf. llgr. Sep. 10
85.00 Excursion to ITlaclsinnc Tues
day Soptcmbcr Itli.
Tho most popntxr excursion north
each sersoti is undoubtedly the (!. II.
& D. and D. & C. Steumer trip to
Mnckinno Island. 'l'h delmhts of a
steamer trip over the cool waters of
the lakes nnd a ten day relief from the
bust are eagerly looke t forward to by
hundreds. Uet full particulars from
any C. II. and D Agent.
We, the children of this great repub
lic, have also manifested our power
Alo . throughout our
land in the silent.
y t eloquent lan
guage of monument, tablet and sculp
ture; and, though our nation is but an
Infant comparatively and we haTe as yet
no Raphaels or Michael Angclos, much
has been done, says a writer In the
Chautauqunn, to commemorate the
American revolution, and much is still
being done -which is worthy of notice.
The wave of patriotic sentiment -which
is the direct result, of the various so
cieties that have sprung to life nnd
vigor In the last decade seems to be
providential, for there was need of It.
The pure spirit of patriotism had not
died out in the hearts of the descend
ants of the heroes of " '70," but it was
dormant, and it Is not good to sleep too
long. Tho pursuit of wealth has become
n menace to our people. "Getting aud
spending, we lay waste our powers."
Yet that the hearts of America's chil
dren still beat true has been shown in
every great emergency, and in this case
It needed but the incentive, the call to
nttention, to arouse general interest
In marking battle grounds and raising
monuments to the memory of our co
lonial ancestors who dared to defy one
of the most pewerful nations of tho
world, a. nation whose fleet was un
cqualed nnd whose soldiers were
trained men of war.
Chop fine equal quantities of cold
boiled ham and broud. Add one tea
ppoonful of flour, two of melted butter
and two well-beaten eggs. Moisten with
hot water until you can make it into
Ihln cakes like flsb-bails and fry. To
be eaten hot with butter. I h ill con
clude with three pudding:, nnd after
that I hape yon will not have much stale
bread to throw away. Ladies' World.
Labor lluy icuIcn.
On .September 3id. the U. H. & O IS-
will sell ti'-ketH at one furo for tho round
trip to nil points where Labor D.y celt'
biatioim aro held, within n dwtiincii of
50 miles, good it-turning to .September
4th i Delusive.
O. II. & .0. Ity. to
Toledo, then on
Mackimio out of
the mouth of iIih
nlo'ig the piclur
shore of Lake Eri"
and up the Delrult
river to Detroit,
ono of the muni
trips on oirtli,
Btoppingnt D troll
Omul IO titty.
Leave Detroit 0:30
ii. m., through
Lake St. (Hair, U.
a. Canal, St. Clair
Plata, lu Port Hu
ion, then thrnuli
tlio great inland
aen, Lake Huron,
touchinic nt va
rious points of lit
toicHt, to lii'iiut.ifn
miuciiij; the ui"bi
trip in AiiKinc.i.
The Most Delightful Trip
in All the World.
For additional information npply to
any 0. II. A D. Uy. acont for looflet, or to
P r, W" ' ",jr " "' M ,i Mii.ii'.
TOO MANY OF US.
This World Ii lleconilnc Altogether
Too Thlakl)- I'opulntvd Homo
Human beings nnd wilA anlmnln
hnvo one great thing in common, tho
fight for life, undi every yinr that
light for life becomes harder nnd
harder In proportion ns the world be
comes more thickly populntcd with
people, all striving utter the same
thing money! The world is everyyear
becoming nioro crowded. More people
nro born in proportion to those that
dio. To take an example of this wo
hovo but to turn to these United
States, a young country, where every
thing is in the highest degree favor
able to great prolificacy. During tho
60 yenrs from 17tM) to 1840 the popula
tion of the United States doubled
twice. From 1SS0 to 1SS5 tho increase
was 10 per cent. The average per
cent, of the entire nr.tNmal Increase
was 32.7 per cent, since 17D0. Between
1SS0 and 1SSO the population leaped
from 23,191 S7G to 50,155,7S3. Thereforo
the numbe- of inhabitants was more
than doubled in 30 yenrs, notwith
standing the fact of the war between
the federal nnd confederate states,
says the Cincinnati Enquirer.
As n set-bnek against this phenome
nal increase of human life, however,
turn to China. The Chinese, as a na
tion, date back some 3.COO years. The
country Is Ave times tne size of Ger
many, and warmer nnd more fruitful
than Europe, producing in a great
many parts two harvests n year. Why,
then, Is China not peopled so densely
that there is scarcely breathing room
for its inhabitants? For, taking
America ns nn example, the popula
tion of China should now be S50.559,
1D3,10C,700.C70,199,710,523. whereas in
j reality the country is less densely pop
ulated, on an overage, than Belgium or
Saxony. The answer is to be found
in the fact that among the Chinese in
fanticide is encouraged by low. A
terrible, nnd yet, the Celestials will
tell you, the only really sensible way
to provide for the nation's well being.
In the last ICO years Europe has
doubled Its population. Between 1S20
and 1890 the figures rose from 200,000,
OOO to 330,000,000 notwithstanding the
Crimean nnd Frnnco-Prussinn wars.
Yet this gain is overshadowed by
America's. There is one factor in the
over-population theory that must be
taken into account, nnd thnt Is to be
found in the fnct that whereas certnin
notions increase enormously others
stand still, while some palpably lessen.
Yet, if towns arc to go on increasing,
ns London has done of past years,
England will beyond doubt sooner or
Inter be confronted with a very seri
ous problem the want of "stretching
The entire globe measures some
600,000,000,000,000 Fquarc yards, or,
allowing u yard ns standing room for
four persons, there is room for 2,-tCO,-000,000,000,000
people. The population
of England nnd Wales doubled be
tween 1S01 and 1651. At the same
rate in 100 years England's population
would multiply Itself by four, in 200
by IC, in 1,000 by 1,000,000 nnd in 3,000
yenrs by 1 000,000,000,000,000,000, which
would mean that in 3,000 yenrs to
every square yard of land there would
be 3,333 1-3 persons instead of four, or
in other words, the earth would becov
ercd with men in columns of S33 1-3
each, standing on one another's
Such a picture as the above Is
enough to fill the saner! man with
horror. What is to be t'.ic end of this
terrible incrense? But the picture of
life 3.CO0 years nhcail, taking for
granted that evolution will go on
working ns it has worked in the past,
is appalling. What is to be the an
swer to the problem of over-population?
Sooner or later the world will
be brought face to face with the work
ing out of home solution of it.
A recent number of a popular fiociety
journal says that, according- to the AI-
Chunee. for lllch ,1,iU,ach dc Gotha'
there arc in Europe
71 unmarried prin
cesses of the blood royal and only 47
princes of marriageable age, nnd adds
thnt this nitords 24 chances for rich
Americans to start royal families of
their own. This information is inter
esting, bays the Chicago Tribune, nnd.
the rich Americans will doubtless be
grateful for the kind feeling that;
prompts It, but it is safe to predict
that not even the specious bugges
tion of starting royal families of
their own will incite Americans to
action. They know too well that.,
starting royal families of their own
means the being grafted on to and
eventually swallowed up, identity nnd
all, by the parentstem, nnd rather than
accept an end so inglorious they will
stop nt homo and be proud heads of
proud though unroyal families. An
other factor that enters too largely in
to tlie matter to be Ignored is the homo
market. So far it hns all that the mo&t
fastidious- could desire, audi If the 24
luckless princesses would catch rich
American husbands they will have to
throw out far more alluring nnd Buh
stantlnl bait than that of the estab
lishing of royal families.
Mnry or A Slave.
To bo bound hand and foot for years
by tho chains of disoaso Is tho worst
form of slavery. Goorpo D Williams,
of Manchester, Mich., says: "My wife
has bten bo holplobo for flvo years that
ho could not turn over In bod alono.
jftur ii-injj two bottles of Eleotrlo Bit
tern oho In wonderfully improved and
iblo to do hoc own work." This
-upionii) remedy for foraulo dlseasoB
Illicitly cures iiorrnusiioss, bnokaoho,
tlofinleefii gbs, melancholy, houdaoho,
falnllni; ind dizzy spells. It is a god
nnd to weak, slcklv, run-down ncnnlp.
C.wrn rnrnii.. ' r, 'v '"-.. ': V i , , )
this summer? Then add a
SfcQTT'S HtyangJsmM U
jj io his miiSi Ihrcs iimes a day. H
It is astonishing hew fis': j
y he will improve. If he nurse?, i
let the mother taf;3 ui
See. artj Si.-m ; all 'Jne-jrfits.
Boars tho Jf KM Y..II l!gtt) AI'M Dci&M
Buckeye Brewing Co.
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Ale, I'o iter. Stout or dpnule Wnut, l.
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uid eiporionco. In eighteen months wo woro divorced. I
S&0ASOI.nlt?d.?r!-'4K''wh,ir!Dto",l m manhood
kby thoir titioMtllwl Treatment. Ifcltnnntr llfn ,fIII ih-S,
.. uuuur uuvica or my uuniiy aoctor.
ImT tl.rTAfl. WfUMMMnllul nnaln ...I .u I..
my nerve Wo wore united neain nnd nro happy. Thinviis WJnKJLM
sixyearsnttc, Prs.K.o;K. nro BcienUflo Bpoclnusta nnd I hearttly rocommend th.a-
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lion woiuuu innuiflULWiiicunivDa. ivincir. nntarmnn .. ni. i- - ... i
P.nNSiiiTSTinu ebcp M.ni..-i.i...
ik "'T muusis jmauono inr others It will do for to
FREE. No matter who has troatetl yoo.wrlto fnr'on honoiFtnlmi.
i rer-NO NAMES USED WITHOUT WRITTEN CONSENT not
wmi'ov"-! mmwbhwii noi, unu oofft or XroAt
luHDO ICMMCnV 9. VCDHAII No. 143 EUCLID Al
pvuiio. numiLU I uuiUHii, CLEVELAND. O.
For Your i-aceJ
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-urn' M.l iviiMOtto.1 li!j,in the julu.
c'rvwrt nnn-tho "Mi ruwf l'r.Mn.miln
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O. C. HITTNT.'R CO.. TCLURO. OHIO.
WJiwq to Xocafte?
Win , ill th(- Ii rritnry
triivi I'rril liv tin1
The Great Central Southern
Farmers, Fruit Growers,
Siolk Raisers, ManulaffJurers,
and .Moiicj Lenders
v!l. Ii l l!ir Rrmict ( lnim-i-i In the Unllod
-i.H. it- i.uiKf l.ic inoiify" liy ruwill of Ute
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j Labor Everything
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lTiiik-1 in.it. li, uiuf iii il ml liiiotiiinllcm free
A.Mri'-F, n.J. 1VI..HVNS,
liriu-r.it Iminlgriiil.iii m it In.lnMrliil AccnL,
1m:.; I 01 UIIMSVII.I.X. KY.
"While yon Slee"
"CITY OF DUFFALO"
city op Erie."
h-th torothcr I'Mni- without (Joubt, In
u.-l:-Oi tlio fines! anil fmtt tbal are rtw
in iii IiimriTt of iim travellni: puliUjla
the Uniiud utctcs.
Daily iicludino Gumoav.
Ituxi Cicelsrii; 8 P.;,i. Arrive BufliloSAJl
" btlulo S " "Cleiclacilo
CENTRAL STANDARD TlUt.
Cnnni!iliik nr.3 nt'llurrolo wlthrl
tor ull ilustorn noU CnticUlnn point!. Aifli
llcl'i't uout Tor ttdkiiti vln (3. 4 It. Una.
1'i.nil riur ivpt fur lltiutrntiHt pnniphlrA.
FftiUiL iai 'HI
fS TO DUFFALO AND HUtUM
fkLH LVtitf SATUHDAY MIQHT.
IV. I'. MSnUAN,
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CLWIi tKX m
HnmnfmlnnnH vlfdiF nn m. .
forced to drag oat n woory, XroitleM i
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Divorced kit rml ted neain
USED WITHOUT WRITTEN C0NSENT.-CH
wm. A. Wplkor of Wth Street Bayj!-"I bnro nfrai
Untold nifonloa for my "eny lifo." X-vraalndldcrootwh
yonna pad lanomnt Aa "Onoottho Jloyo" loontrad
fjyplillts ondothor Frlvata dlBoaaos. J bad nlcara la t
montliand throat, bono pains, balr looag, pimpUa
lace, fiiitor nails camo off, omissions, bocams thin n
nMnAnnnnr Uiwh lmtrrm 4ul ! 1 -
ThcT holixd mo but coala not care 1
OH MONEY REFUNDED
a mornea at
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