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TUfSOAl' EVKMA'Q, JUA'K 23.
ISi:i'l!lH.IC. si All! TICKET.
J( iik Jok.rn I!. Koiukmi,
Of ilnmllton County,
l.luiiteiiiinl Ouerniir i
(jKNFUAL llOBKUT I. KhVNFOV,
Of Logan County,
supreme Court .luiffi t
(iionnt. V. McIuaim:,
01 Tuctiiwiu t'ountj
llov John C. Hbown,
Of Jefleraon County.
Attorney (letiernl t
Hon. Jacob A. Koiiikk,
Of Summit County.
Iimril nl I'utillc Uorko
(KMIIAt. Wklls S. Jonis,
Of Pike Count.
DIM.KA;. I.IMiAN COIIIMI.
lieneral John A Logan has ndwsed
Judge I'oraker, by letter, that he will be
glad to come to Ohio and asist in the
present cantas of the Slate. His offer
will bu promptly accepted, and the Gen
eral will be warmly greeted by hundreds
of thousands ol Ohio Kepublicnns.
-n Kennedy will reccite his friends at
doutaino this evening.
i '11 is the season of the "rolling year"
st-n Democratic, gubtrnatojnal timber
Alexander H Stevens, late of Georgia,
has been lately buried foi the second time
by an euthusi ttic consituencv.
General Grant's physicians present a
bill of I0 000 Jf the General escapes bt
ought to consider it chtao enough.
The Prohibitionists of Ohio are to be
the guests of Springfield, and Springfield
will welcome and entertain her guetts
Springfield will put on her famous, but
somewhat banged-up, white plug hat this
evening, aud go up to Hellefontaine to see
the wigwam boys lien mid Iiob
Suppose our Prohibition friends do pay
fat John ?100 and expenses, for his ap-
puirance in Springfitld? If he isn't worth
the money don't have him for a second
Gov Hoadly is creditid with saying that
the Democrats can carry Ohio this year as
easily as rolling oil a log. Yes, hut how
about "rolling oil," Gov , when the log is
The terrmle results of the earthquakes
which have been shaking the Vale of
Cashmere lately are summed up as fol
lows persons killed, It, HOI, nnimals killed,
.13,000, licuses destroyed, 70,000.
It is reporled that Gen. Chinese Gordon
is still alive and held a prisoner in the
Mahdi s house. Gen. Gordon will find an
interesting amount of personal obituary
matter for his perusal should he material
So sooner dots the telegraph and the
doctors ?et General Grant in a corner
i him he geU right out again and goes to
work on his look. The General wins
nvery lime, and we congratulate the Gen
eral. It will be remembered that Russia de
manded Lord Rtudolph Churchill's imme
diate expulsion or other disposal from the
liriiuh Cabinet. Hut Lord Randolph goes
right on ns though nothing personal was
meant, and so does Russia, for that mut
ter. Dr. Hull, the distinguished authority ou
hygiene says tlmt breakfr.st should be
rtbtu iu the morning before any labor or
m(e of any kind. In order to follow
this advice the busy housewife is expected
i 'nl;e her breakfast on the evening previ
ous, Things don't always, at first glance, sug
gest their usefulness to the casual observer;
for instance, in the Patent Office at Wash
ington there is a device of which visitors
constantly demands explanation, It is a
'cow'a tail holder," devised for milkmen
President Cleveland now has the apparatoi
attached to the public officer, and remarks
that if tho machine don't break "the boys"
thall have plenty of milk by and by.
In time of perun irepnri for nr 'lliu
injiiuclluti U lioui( nbi'jHil in the illrcttion
of imentitiR mil) iiinrmt Infernul iiincluiir",
imJ tin- work i iroKri'9inr wiili "'l ""
ci-m tlmt it ill liiinll) l' ni'i'iir) In 'In
m.irc limn to intito tlic ir.l-niiil wnti r
il,i(a to fllit it out lietwei'ii tlii'm.
"find won't kiMpn joint"; lidy iiiouk
ho hni her nit Ptuirt'leil mrin time n
week by thi' units of 11 apulrr l-'pfjinl
Tim n timorous. piol nccordili(.' t'
S iin .lont'i, fie i'nmi;t'hst, nml it ciirripi
wtiglil with it because il lmipi'n. 10 ln
The Mr) or of Limit, () , m iisntltil by
rough", with rock nnd ollur Imtnl) unite
nitl, us he win picking lii-t teith in front of
n rt-'itaurmit. Simo Limit has struck oilihe
must vxpLCl uch little iileiisanlnei, nml if
it inn't exactl) to her tHstii she ihonlil in
sert a cork in her oil well nml po luck to
Olailstone unil Grant seem to op be) nml
imy honors which the worhl can hetow
upon them. The Into Prime Minuter
would curtainly belittle bimelf by accept
ing n peerage, anil lie knows it, and there
is nothing in the gifi of the American peo
ple that would mill to Grants f tine if it
were given him.
If the Democrats of Ohio hope to draw
the attention of the liepublieans away
from the record of their Legislature by
their incesstnt howling nbout the so-callid
"bloody shirt" plank in the phtform, they
may ns well be informed now of their
error There will be thunder enough nil
along the lines by and by.
The Philadelphia Cull (Hep.) is convince 1
that it Maine enter! the Ohio campaign thl
jear he "is still In the Presidential race," and
tint ' Ohio, ii carried, will thus b. commltled
to the Hlaine cause."
The "Hlaine cause" when so indissolu
ble united to the Republican cnute may
consider Ohio as n permanent attachment,
with all the moral force of a commilul
In our editorial, printed Saturday, we
referred to Messrs Martin, I'rmgle and
Dial as the gentlemen protinnentl men
tioned as Senatorial candidates We in
ndtertently omitted to mention Hon. ii.
N'efl, of Sew Cnrh!e, in the same con
utctiou. His friends propose to press his
claims, and nobody doubts that he
would make a creditable and cfhcitnt Sen
ator. The Muxwell-l'reller murder case has
another interesting point added The in
surance company in which l'reller had his
lite insured refuses to pay over the niouv)
to Preller's relatives, claiming that it will
be shown that the trunk scheme was all a
hoax and that Prelkr is still alive. The
smile of Maxwell when arretted and his
assurance that all would be explained en
courages the Company to insist on their
view of the case.
While ii h irue that OLio is to be tht
theater of a hibly interesting and impor
tant struggle this fall, the nictfsity of the
presence of James G Hlaine and John A
Logan, atido from the unneral esfeui
with which these grand Republican lead
ers -e held by the Huckee State, dots
not appear. It is no disparagement to
either of these gentlemen to my that Ohio
is going to go Republican this fall, all
alone by herself, whether Hlaine and Lo
gan comes over to help along with the
brilliancy of the aflair or not
That the part) in olhco should hold thi
offices is not so bad in principle, as the
contemptable evasions made by the pres
ent administration iu seeking mere ex
cuses to displace Republican otlicials with
Democrats It is far more manly to say
to these Republican olhciuls, your resigna
tion is demanded because you are a Re
publican, and bi cause a Democrat wants
your salary, than to be guilty of all this
flummery about "ofleneive partisans."
Taken in the broad sense thut is sought
to be claimed forthwe removals removals
and substitutions at the rate of 10,000 per
week the same reasons would militate
against the desposcd because he was a
Methodist when the administration is Pres
byterian. Let us have dune with all this fulsome
foolery, the public are not hood inked,
the present Democratic administration is
attempting to pave its way to the posjes
tion of all the olhcts by the iriiigwuinpian
Just before General Logan left Chicago
for WaahipRtGn he said to a friend "I
hope every Republican who asks to be re
tained by this administration will be tumid
out of office. I have received letter alter
letter from Republicans in olhce urging
me to exert myself to have them retained.
I shall not humiliate uirstlf iu that wuy
I would rather help to get Republicans of
that sort out Iu fact it is strange to me
that a Republican would aBk a Democratic
administration to keep bun in olhce. No
Republican would ask Cleveland to np
point him f he was out of olhce A pe
tition for retention stands on thu same
principle. It is virtually asking it Demo
crat for an appointment. If a Republican
would not ask for an ollice he should not
ask to bo retained in one. Jf he is holding
an ollice and is askul to remain on ho
count of his faithful services it is another
thing. In this case he has a right to ac
cept, but he is tliitrly wrong in asking to
be retained." If it Is not too late in the
evening for President Cleveland's couven-
ience, we suggest another hundred roucd
'I fm Cum 'I)'iiiiIii nl' Kuril,
Tim temple p.iui of Kuril is mi Illus
tration of tin fearful lapse of the etliliii'
f.utlis of p jr in India I ho monks (if
Alli.iniii a nl utlii'i H'ginns bi'lvii'i'li tho
Ailli.itie .uid the .r.i'.ui mm, ililj; out
tu iny a cell In Hie e irl) tin), nml
liiiiiuji'oiiilx'd Mist legions, vilicin tin)
speiU their lives, ami weio laid nwii)
when the long; nioiiolnii) u:it out.
I'lie Kmli i'.im' teiiiplo is mm) ilihVr
out in eonstiili'tioil. It Is by f.ir the
lliiest In Inilia. To ruioli II )ou tnko
thu tinlii fioui lliimli.i), mid go lie. illy
n hundred mill's e.islw ml, on thu gen
er.il lino to Cileutlii. 1'ioiu Kli.ind.ila
to the Km II cite tetuple no hud it tide
of lite miles on hoi seli.iek. It u:is not
loni; befoii1 to wete eonipolleil tole.tto
tho I'.uri.ige i oul mul tnko :t path
Mtoili;li tliii tields ton .ml the nmgv of
mount tins on our left, mid by the tiiuu
wo weru gottiug '.iceustoineil to tho
path o h.til to le.te out lioisus anil
begin climbiiii' in ilouimglit iMfnest
Now, it I'limb in India, oten to see Its
line it temple i-itte, is mil a lit t to thing.
My white pi tit li.it. null lui'b.iuof liglit
cloth folded iilimU it mid then n double
umbrella of gr.i) cloth white vtliliin,
seeiiii'd to holp but little in keeping oil'
the piessuro of thu lie.it on u l.itu il.i)
of the Iiiiliau Not ember. Wbun we
leached thu cool and sli.uleil to-libulo
mid thtew ounuhes down on the lirst
broken stones we s'lw mul looked lip
into tho face of the colossal stono god
dess who sal mi an elepli nil ol stone,
wo were glad enough to test.
Thu temple w. ills and every p irt of
their adorning sculpture are hewn oul
ol the stouu mountain. Wete there no
st.itumi of p.ig.m deities, no leliliinluis
of an e.irl) worship, mid wete the
country mi) other than India, one
would t.iku this wonderful stiueluro for
a superb r.ithcdi.il. Not m.iti) serious
changes would need to be made in or
der to convert il Into an Lnglish minis
ter. The nau is 1-1 feet long. 15 feet
bro.nl, and 10 feel fioin the Moor lo
ceiling, llieie sire aisles on eilhei side
of tho temple, seiiarated from the naw)
by oet'igoiinl pillars. Tbo capital of
eaeii pillar is crowned with two kneel
ing elephants, on who-e backs are
seated two figures, lepieseuting the
diMUities to wliom the templo is dedi
cated. Thcsu meol Ik. .nit it ill featutes,
as, indeed, nro all the lepresontatioii
of deities In thu Kuli eae temple
There is nothing of that ropuNiNo
sculpture which one sees at I una ami
in other modern Hindu pagodas I saw
no figures w Inch were in pait human
and in part beast-like. Kach w is true
to its class, fiom W'stibulu bick to al
tar. Ulie altar, mid the place whole it
stands, keep up the icsoiublaiioe to a
Clnistiau uliuicli Hebiuil It there me
seten pillars, w loch separate it lroiu
what in n i hutch would eonespnnd
with the choir. Jlieio me altu.-uiher
Hurt) -eight columns in the tcuipie.
Ail this great leeess lias been nil
from the solid nick, which sccuis to bo
nothing nofler than porph)i) itself.
Thu staluar) is mi-mo lelief, and con
sists of ligufes also cleft fiom the rock,
liko ThoTwiildsen's lion, in Lucerne,
l'ho gteat pillais aru ch.istel) piojioi
tioued columns, both base and capital
pioviiig lhat the) have not bee i intlu
iliiced, but, like all other portions of
the temple, have been cut from the
sol d mass of which tho wholo mount
ain consists, 'lliey are p irt and patcel
of lloor and ceiling. 1'huie is uu out
ward potcli, or vestibule, fift)-two feet
wnlu and fifteen ikep, and on the beat)
moulding above theie aiu liguies of a
man, a woman, and a dwari. All this,
too, like the whulu spacious tctuplo it
self, has been patiently cut fiom firm
Tho only thing which is not of native
rucU is a wooikii L'ovc'iiiig or ceiling.
T .lis lias been the pul" of all the tou
ois in Indiin aich.euiogv, and they
seem to-da) to be no nearer a solution
ot the dillicult) than when they beg.ui.
'J he entire linuiediato eoveiiiig of tho
temple is of leak, a native wood, al
most the only one which tesist thu
wluto aut and uverv Indian uwut.
Corrctjiunileiict. .Scui York, Jmltiicntlcni.
lloiivenuto (VHIiiI'h Melliuil of CnHl-
older to cast a brono statuo
propcrl) we reiiiue a mold madu in one
pici e, with proper inlets for the metal
and propel outlets for tnc air, and a
coru properly held in the centie of tho
cawi) of the mold. If the core wcie
not supported in some naj it would
touch the walls of the mold mil leave
at each point of corit.K t no sp ice to bu
filled bv the bronc. '1 ho ilillieiilty of
poising a core inside a statue of com
plicated fin m o as to leave a space all
round between coru and mold would
seem ver) great, but when wo are told
that tho sp ice so left must be aceurate
1) propol Honed to the strength leijuir
ed in that pirtictilar part, il would
seeiu a matter of infinite dillicult). It
is In fact one of thu inci-t serious prob
lems an artist can have to solve.
'I hero are, however, scviial wa)s of
forming tho coro and fixing it in the
mold. '1 he simplest is that dost'iibcd
bv Cellini as having been Used b) hmi
si It when be was called cm to east tho
liguiu of tho Nvmph of roiit.uui'hleau
for Kiancis 1. He modeled thu liguru
a lecumbent one about seven feet
long in high relief, with a background
ol bo-ists of thu chase, hounds, etc, of
a somuwhat lower iilief, in a pour
Mind) ela) or marl, inis work, when
finihod, wus carefully dried, shrinking
uuiisideiabl) during tho (uocoss. Whou
ijuito ilr) heplaicdil in a kiln mid
tired it, burned it, iu fart, into a term
I'otta, but as it was mule of a poor
cla). it would )ield out) a verv soft
jioroiis terra cotta, mid bo very filable.
I his was exactl) what liu wanted. IIu
then uveilaid thu wbolu of thu work
with uu even lavur of wax about half
an inch thick, or rather less, which
brought it back to thu onglnul propor
tions. 'Ibis lnjer of wax was then carefully
finished in ever) respect, and was then
covuied over to a curtain thioknoss
with a mixluiu of bono ash and tripoll
powdei, gioiind up with a solution of
cow dung and various other ingredients
into a smooth paste. This paste being
niixid iu certain pioportions with ordi
nal) founders' lo uu was then laid on
in thick lavcr till thu mold had reach
ed thu ii ijiiui'il thickness. Thu tubus
through the waus of thu moul to givu
iugiuss to tin; metal and to nflord exit
to thu n,r weru madu by moans of ruds
of wax which wuro uttached at onu end
to the wax model, and weru built up in
(hu substance of thu mold, tholr uii.it
t.iehod ends coming through to thu out
When tins outer coat or mold was
ilr) lluuvuutito put thu work into a
kiln or oven, and gradually heated it
up until thu wax iiisulu moiled mid ran
out at thu holes left by thu mulled wax
rods. When no moru wax would run
oul he increased the heat of thu oven
until thu mold became red hot. Thu
uujtct of this was twofold, firstly to ic-
iiiovu by combustion overy tiailiclu of
u ax lhat might have Ouun absorbed by
thu mold, or lutvu buuu unablu to o-
cipu through thu holes, and secondly,
to drive oil uvury pnrliulu of moisture.
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uicltuil uud poured tbo bronie iutu ouo
i ins uujeei. nut lllg uuuil uuuiumi, liu
ui i he liolos, which thim entering the
I'.ivltv left by lliu limited wax took thu
fm m"of thu Intter lliu olhei hole, or
lather tubes, iilloidetl a lead)' escape
lot lliu air which, when suddeiil) com
piessed b) thu weight of thu melal ami
expanded b) thu lliteusii liu.it. would
wilhoul such meaiHof exit burst tho
mold liku it bombshell to thu dusti no
tion of t u woik and the Imminent
ilangui ol nil engaged iu It. "'e' A'n
rjtish IlltiitiuttU Mii'imnte.
r A Itlvul I "or PriMMi.sIti' IJiii'lirr.
lloston has- a good many "crazes"
dm lug the season, but tho very latest
Is "base-ball with cuds." Whelher It
Is because tho game Is extensively nil
M'ttised, or bectuso it is a soil of par
lor Imitation of tie greilest ol out
door amusements, is merelv conjectur
al, but, ilncu the Hoston icagilo liino
began to phi) it, other professionals
mul nmateiirs, and even old whist
phi) ers, havu taken it up. so that it
has become almost as iiiiivi isal in this
universal hub as the old "Idleun puz
zle was iu Its da)
The game has merits of its own lie
) oud doubt, for the professional piny
eis sav it possesses nearly all of tho
irooil minima of whist without Unrig
so slow. Other nines In llie league
havo taken it up as a pastini", and a
tournament is being planned iu which
nil the clubs will tnko part. '1 hero
will bu two pla)or8 from oach club.
'I ho Piovidunce, St. Louis, Huston, and
( liicago nines have ngieed to entur
theii best pla) ers, and it is believed
that Philadelphia and thu other nines
will begin whet) the league season opens
in lloston, and tho series will lie com
pleted in June. Thu pne, n costly
troph), will go to the club whoso re
nucnf.'itlves win it.
Tho game is n peculiar one, nml
though simple, has an element of "sci
encu" lu it. i ho cards embrace char
nclciistics illustrative of the national
game. Instead of thu king, queen, etc.,
the value of thu uards is shown by
good pictorial illustrations, represent
ing "catcher." "striker." "umpire."
"Il) -catch, ' "lioiiie-run," "loul ball,"
etc., terms which nro fully understood
b) persons who have seen many games
out of doors. It is played with two
pairs, like wh st, each starting with
nine cuds, aud tho game can bo made
as many innings long as desired,
i hero b"ing nino tricks, of four cards
each, pla)ed oach Inning, a run will
onlv bo counted for oach trick taken
above four by either party.
Thu object of each player ii to score
runs, nt tho sanio timo pruvontlng his
opponent from doing so. Every play
must begin with a "striker" at tho bat,
and tho suecoss of tho "striker" in
making his "run" depends upon tho
chances of a "wild throw," tho skill of
a "basu hit," or the decision of tho
"umpire. lor example, when n
"striker," a "ono-basu hit," a "first
b'lseinan," and a "wild throw" aro
plnvud. It shows a striker, having made
his "base on a ono-baso hit, has been
caught playing otl'baso by a lirst base
man, who would have put him out had
not tho card "wild throw" played,
showing the ball had been thrown
wildly and tho runner in consequence
was not put out.
i'li ere aro scores of such combina
tions, and the game, whilo having a
largu clement of chance in it, requires
skid, memory, judgment, rapidity,
of thought, anil application. It is not
unliko "catching tho ten" In whist,
when that fcaturu is introduced to en
liveu the game Capt. Motrin's men
sa) thuy liku it, aud it will help them
to spend their evenings pleasantly
while thu league season lasts. Indian
The Dangers ! Cosmetics.
A physician connected with tho Skin
and Cancer Hospital in Etst Thirty
fourth street said this morning: "Most
rosmutics contain lend orarsuuic Some
may contain less than others, but all
hare some. A few applications tu tho
faco effect no injury, but when the
habit of using cosmetics Is once con
firmed it is necessary to keep it up if
one docs not wish an ugly complexion.
Constant uu makes tho skin rough
and destroys bc)ond recovery its tis
sues. Should there bo an nbrasion of
thu skin it is possibio that thu poison
ing may become constitutional and
deal!) ensue. Id most cases, however,
allectiou is local. Thu application of a
mild lotion and thu abandonment of
i osmetics is thu way of curing it.
"For actresses thu uso of cosmetics
usually thought necossary, for it heigh
tens tho natural color, lilacs tne oicm
ishcs of homely faces, and gives them
a good effect from a distance. Hut for
thu majority of women it is of no oarth
ly sorvioe, and only a detnmont. It
does not add to tho beauty of tho natu
ral complexion; it makes thu face sal
low, unhealthy and unnatural. You
can lull faces on whioh cosmetics havo
been applied at a glauoc. Kvory third
womnu lhat you nieutou liioadway
no, I will say two women out of three
shows that iu this respoot her vanity
is stronger than her senses. Women
sit up lato at night, eat late suppers,
ilrlnK strong collee, get indigestion
Ullllft. SllUUg I UliCC, JUb HJUILV3MUU,
aud then coiunlain of noorcomnlcxions.
To maku their faces clear and unblem
ished they use cosmetics. Perhaps this
occurs at tho beginning of a society
season. They cannot break of using
cosmetics, Iboy think, until the season
is over. II) thut time the habit is fixed,
mid their faces requite cosmetics to
maku them presentable. Good health,
which comes from good care of tho
bodv. is tbo best cosmetic"
THIH AMU THAT.
Huron Prandmi, the largest land owner In
Crcmtin, hm died, leaving a property ot 35,
000,000 llorlua. He waa the laat of bis line.
"My love, what magic iel! 1 I brown
Upon your face? Iti charm I own.
Whence tame thy pure and pearly tetb?
Thy rosy lips? Thy perfumed breath?"
Hht find, in accents sweet and clear,
Tis only SOZODONT, ray dear."
Tin Atmosphere- (if Iov
ha pure, iweet breth. Tills desideratum is
one ot the reulu of using SOZOUON'T, which
not only InviKoratcs and preaervea the teeth,
hut renders the mouth as fragrant u thu rose.
"SpaluiWaUlik," handy about the house,
The development this seosoo In houw
paititing is green roofs, and umber and prim
rod are the fashionable colors for wood
NothlDjc Like It.
.Vo medicine hoj ever been known so ef
fecttul in the cure ot all those diseases arn
ln from an Impure condition of the hlcod as
SoviH's Sirntii-nrilH, or Illood and Liver
Syrup, for the cure ot scrofula, white swell
In', rheutnatUm, plmplei, bloW-hest erur
tlunv, veuerenl sored and diseases, ronsuaop
tiou, tioitte, lioila, cancers, and all kindred
dUeafer, No better Means of securing a
beautiful complexion can be obtained than by
using Bcovill's Blocd and Mver Syrup, which
cleanses tue blood and gives beauty to the
At Till l am I, l.arlf I ' r .ill" lie 1 I I""' '
Kt 1 1 Ksilo I HON eiar liil.ialin.-t "etj i,
imn'i'rticrliaiuiil..ri!i.silii mssl iiuiiiiinjii
l,nliinV, 1.nrU nf
1 arret. Ar., II Ill's. Ml KHAI-. '
1. tlino nlv lrui tnfslkli,ell.at IslHit Inliilloij
t anrlrtir il.e lllniel. Invliinrnlr (lie
It n.. not I laelen or Injure Diet's 111 rami head.
ailieorinslurrisi.llsitlun rfirrrfwsi.lii ic.,l.
Da n II Uismrr a loadtag IirrirUn of
"Iln.n' Imn Hitter. I a tbnnmflilr f'l meill
clno ln It In mMMiilm am! I ml (la arum
Meet all nlberliimiaidmli III weak n; J a low
romlilkin nl Ilia f)tim llmwn'a Itm Hitlers I;
iinillrailtlrens-en.lj Itlaall Dial helsirnwl
'" " ...
Genuine liaa triatn.rk ami rniwsl Msllimsion
wr.piter Tnlif mi nllii r. Ma.leonly lir
IlllOtVS lit WKM II..IIVI1 IVIIIUI '.III.
I.AIitra' Hash llnoa-ins till ami atlraillie rtm
tainln lift 1 1 iTlzi-a I r re;lT. (nfnnn.tl n al t
nana, itc KlTen away l.jr all ilealer. In InfHlirhic, vt
BiaDsu lu aiu; atttLeaa mi receipt nf lie atainp
HOLKRA is rapidly mov
inc westward and will soon
appear in this country. In
order lo prevent disastrous
effects from its ravages every
preventive should be em
ployed, and the system
should be in perfect condi
tion. At this season of the
year the system is in a weak
state and easily susceptible
to dnngciotts disease. Pain
in the back, w cat mess, las
situde, headache, d spepsia,
indigestion, kidney and liver
complaints are but the result
of neglect. During the last
visitation of cholera to this
country no medicine waa
found equal to Mishler's
Herb Bitters, botli as a pre
ventive and cure, and it haa
been equally successful in
all the diseases above men
tioned. It lcncws and in
vigorates the blood, restor
ing to health and strength,
and thus shielding the
system from disease.
.ak your drnceM f. r Miaiiicn llrnn rtiTrrnr.
II hwdoeannt keep It do no! lake anil till ? el-e I lit
sand a no-lal card to Mmtt Ml llthli JllTTIM
Uo 6UC Ouiiimeri-w tstreel. l'liitiuti II Ilia
CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Ca' Krrtf in Mini: Tlmt of t.t'in'iiti (.runt
Some tfn yearn apo I hij i r mful r' re oi
my rihi luud whl It ,.. '" "' tfuuM, and
undfrr the ohl timt tr t'n i ni In lo 1 up and
I euprnnid I was wli 1 foun 1, lio'st'Mjr, it lia '
onlv Itetn riven iutu tin- r..tin !' tin- iibe nf
Iotali ami mercury, ' t in Mauh, iH It hruVc
out iu my throat, anil nmceiitrjietl iu what nomc
of thp tlixtum ilcnomltim1 1 tiKfr I was jila 1 1
under trpHtitifnt for thU rilflp&Fc Home x or
wvenofthe heat phym fans In tlie fouutry Iiad
mc at iliflerdit tiiiifB ir (Jm tl"ir chirtfe, mi ip
them three Mitrf. list I h thH line but nnt after
niiuthr wuuld exhaust tl.eir k 11 ami drop me
for I k w woruo tomi n i!I. I In aim r ii i
eaten throiti ty rhfk d rnvfiis tin3 jiltio
arnl under lip ( ntirH n 1 b ilf m i hk itiru
out to the lop of ui lHieliPt n u I uptoih"
left eye I torn a heiui rol ut wuman of
IKittndn, I was reduced n t mire frati m i f klu
and IrorifB, almoht uii&hl to turn nijN-lf In ted
I tould not eat stty ittli i ll, tut il.nbtrd on
li'lultU, and m) tmn.e uih o fur irono 1 o .Id
nut talk 'lUo Jtte-ui t f nnhd uud the horn! lo
sunVrlcpt of tody hn h I t pr nented, hu r t r
t revealed (liven up I y pinMcijtiH to tllo with
no hope of letowry upjn ttiypariof frlent who
sat around my bed. , oip (tin t'ery tnoment
to he in) laiit, in fart, my ttuniMn 1 voul 1 pin e
hU hand iiim me iirv in w and tin n t e
nhfther 1 wialhe or not and at on' Hon .til
decided that life ex tlmt, and m tlutl h was
report e I all orer he toimtn.
Mirhuusni) wietilxd n I tnipl"n rotidilion
tlie tiist of lirni cl der Ji. bt'ii m f-ieti h
cominencitl kIvIhk tut uifi't jxrifli Iu 1 v
than a month th ratline pine flopped ainl heai
inn com me mid, and tLe te.ulul H(rturi' in m
cheek has I en loieil and irmly knltte 1 together
A proeers of anew under lip ii pntrtniinK tineh
and thf touKue uhidi Hat aim t opftroTtd in
beiiiK retoverecl, audit cecum that nature Is up-
l)iu h no tongue 1 (an t.tlk t lhat my
rientXscan readll) undciitund tne, and cm eut
solid food tRatri I am ahle to walk alrout u hert
ever I plea-s without tho afudftvuic of anymit',
and hate gained tilt) jujtiuds in tleili All this
under thu Idenslntf of a iim n ifu Heavenly I-atln r,
li due to Hwlft's hptific I am a woinhr atid a
iitarvel to all my frlenJi, hundrttli of mIioiu h iva
known my lnteute nuderiiun. dul have lUitid
me in my atltlctloii hile I am not enlirdj
well, yet my pratltndf in none the Unn dtvout,
and I am e nfidcut lhat a perfect ncovery in now
In slKht. If any douht theie fatti", I Mould refer
them to Hon John II Jravlor, Mate eenatorof
thlidlfetrict, who l my n Uhlxjr, Ur T S V-r.ul
field, of I j Oian', la , or to any othir crams
living In the nouthern pirtof TroojM i ouuly. (la,
Mlih M UYI Olilu
ijitlrauxH. On , May M, IHH
Sold by all ilrucKUtu
Treatise on Itlood and Sicftt IMhOicei mailed
( all on our I'hvitlrlan. No 117 V ?ilhtN Y
Consultation free, Thf, hvMKr Sff-.lFic to,
Iraer .1, Atlanta, da
Rick Headache and rtlic?o all the troubles Incl
dent to a bilious etuto of thuVy tun, audi as Viz
vine, Iana, UrowsiiicH, untn after eatlne
I'aln In the Bide, Ac Whllu their moot ruaark-
able success has been shown in curing
lleanch.yet Cart cr'aLlttlo Liver Pill aro equally
aluAbl n C'oujUpatiout curlnrr and, preventing
thla annoying com pUInthlio thiy rIho correct
all ditiordt r of tho fttomach, ptlnul&tu tho liver
aud regulate tho bowels, Kven If they only cured
Arliothoyvriildl'C almost prlrilws to ttionn who
c ur. r It in this ill treelijK complalut; tint furtu
I alely thtlr (iotlnt do- imt t nd litre, snd lbon.1
whaoiKotry them ill And then. HUlerilllit alii-
blelnm many viithotthirwlllriot lie will Uiu
to Uu wIUikui Uiud. llcl after &11 tick JiuU
! thobsno cf f o many Ilyi. tlial lirro I, ti Ikti- rc
Daks enr f.taA bus.U Oar pUU cute Jt vtbUo
ixlun do nut. .
taitir's JUttlo Urcr T'lli fe viry mall ai.
TfryiaiytotaLp, On crtwoinlaiaiikeadoee.
They am drlctly ri- tabio and du U"t btIm or
urge, but by Uu ir pintl ar ion Uni.llnbi
u.ethem. Inv Ui.i..lri'i,i! flro mi It, Cult
by dru;iat wixynnui, tt .tut 17 i-.X
CAKTLU MU)U I.l! CO .in? ViirL,
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A fjytinli- u .1,1 i r f II r ,, n,
noted dtitl lu. f-thiiii . n. i.i .. .... I ..
II i BEST
(now rctiredl lor ibe lire 4 .Nrr.oii. llrlillllt,
i'I Mm.l.oo.1, Wriik nr.. and lleiu), Seni
in plain levied enveloie Fri-r. Hiusjmi cuu Till it
AddrMl DHi WARD ft CO., Louisiana, Mo.
Onuses his cfiinpontors in businoss to toss and tumble
in their hods with feverish anxiety. They come to their
stores in the mornina weary and worn. All day long they
uronu over ire lact that Lynch,
square way of iloinii business,
best customers. The
ru.Mi into ine newspapers with a lot of false statements
that is distusting to all fair minded people. Oh, gentle
men, ' your sins have found you out ;" had ou done 11IGHT
ydi would nnt have to talk your lungs out trying to make
people believe you are honest in your claims ; it is "never
too late lo mend." Give the people good honest shoes at
nor est prices and you may recover some of you old tiim
kwji 'jamiiis, iiunu uiu lunowiny
Rjsell shoes :
uauy snoes Torzoc, worm 50c; baby shop for 35c
worth 60u; ladies fine opera toe slippers for 75c, worth
$1; we have ladies opera toe slippers at 50c. but would
acvibc you not to buy Ihem; they do not give satisfaction
ant are dear at any price; ladies kid button shoe at $1.50,
wnrlh $2; ladies kin button shoe at $1 65, worlh $2.25.
Lasil wcokwc mare 120 pair of ladies solid comfoit kid
button hhoes anil sold every pair before Saturday night ;
they will nive great relief to ten er feet; and think of the
price, 52 25, big profit dealer would want at least $3.50
Uir liinn. In two weeks we sold 96 oair of our wonder-
jful shoe forlarJies; they an
J the extreme low nrice of $2
. ,.. ,., .... ,, !,. ,v,.
$tor hip same xinu or inoas.
i We now come to our great $3 ladies fine kid button,
git is sold in every store in the town for $4. n men's
Srioo'is we have working shoes for 95c worth $1.25; at
& $125 we have men's good solid stitch-nown broaans.
$ Yru must not think Ihie is
Eis much suuerioi. Men's dress shoes at $1.25, a very
nice shoe for $1 50, but our
and sells tho world over for
samrle snoes for men and
fjthat we will sell from 50 cents to $1 under value. Now
tojcl these sample shoes you must ask for them, other
in! wise Ycu will not be shown them.
M Vc almost forgot our groat
K calf shoo for mo -, it is worth
Khrvo a larne stuck of Indie's and
p'ar low prices, end wo warrant our prices 25 per cent lower
Mthan tho other doalers, o.- wo will refund your money. How thU
n is no Id o boast, and if rur price9 are not as wo say, 25 per cent.
Slower than you can buy them elsewhere, come and get your
uir i Tonoi our waxen, you
Uany purchasn and freo nf any
ja lira j
t0P,t and worth $100.
jy'Ilio l.lti Sqiiai'i lleallm; Hiirpnlii
J lloniHl (iiKxNniid
Mall orilTn Mill rctohc mnro irnmil altentloii In Hip future; UiIh !c
li.it (tnciit Inrrp.im'd Miiii!ci full) lu Hie past nix ncekx.
IMMUNITY FROM ANHOYANGL
Mmlo only of tlio flneat atnd beat
liiiilily nl CIukk I ur with
Evory good thing ia Countciv
foitocl, find consumorH aro CAIT
TIONi3D against IMITATIONS
of thoBO ChiranoyH mado of
VEHZ I'OOR GLASS. Soo that
tho oxaut lubol is on oach chim
noy iw abovo. Tho Poarl Top is
always clear and bright Gloss.
MiuiufiK luri'd (IM.V by
GEO. A. MACBETH. & CO.,
I'ltUl.uruli I.i ml (ila.. Work..
T'ttv ..iIo liv 3'iilrn.
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where ou Will Kind
NICE AND FRESH 600DS
J ii At mi Uiae
rutins son vi. a si'i:ciAiiTV.
I (I'll mmI h i iin llaiHtnonitHt Jiotnaia I ur-
i lor in Uu -iHi
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
ii. ut i- oi iiiinKi),)
Dontititry in all of its Branches.
fi.ii iiij ot i. 'i
tlHlh I h,,, ,
tutiuil IO I dl I
lllll K", ri-li.r MK r.artlal Inaant
i- and rialorlae In urfulliit.M.
.'ol. n li till by i roMlilng
'1 11 I'M Mnlii Street.
Il.ruelt Lull Unit
l( ii in. in Hurf li uliiim' )IMIIillr.(
in ' il (.In A Itio'a alum.
Hl ' '.I i i, Mi if ,(
Vv Pat. Oot. 30111,1883. Ml
by his low prices and fair,
is Bellini, to most all their
store-keepers get federate and
ana you win icarn now to
made of fine kid and sold at
65 nthnr ffnalnra nnt $3 7f
the ordinary SI 25 nhrnv an it
$1 90 shoe is a rare bargain
$2.50. We have a lot of
women made for fine trade
qreat $4 50 fine lewerl French
$5.50 in the olher storei. We
oant's flna slinnnr at our dodu-
can guess at it without making
charge; it is a genuine gold ivatc
Slino Man, Cheapi-nt In llio World,
Onu Low 1'ilcii to All.
IN Till'. T11KAT.MK.ST OK
Liver and Kidney Complaints,
PiulietcH, (irint'l Stono in tbo
Kidneys aud Jiladder,
Hriglit's DiseaHo, etc.
rr ctkd Br tu macovKKT or
i Calculi Resolvent.
The tnllowtng are iipfirtinuli.nf tn.llmnnlaU ba
liiK dally nirltt'd by the i aliull ItciudTcnt ilunu
CoLl'Miius, ()., A.rll .
Culeull lteol.Put .M'l'u Co (Clnveland, (I.:
lf ar blr. One of our custonii'M has bef n trou
bled iltb Klilnry Coinlilitliil. baa tried nearly
evert-tlilug, and .Ince taking II llotllra i I Ciil
t nil Hn.ulvnt heclahni to tie fully rillevid and
rurftil, lie does not want lit, name made iiubllc.
but we ran aay be ha. irnod nearly ererylhlna for
btaiomplalnt.hut tbla time lie atru'k the rlitlit
lUUHCHkoLU Bkiis.. IlrugKtata.
('LKVKUKD. O , March 28, I8S5.
Calculi Itdiolient M'l'u. to , TU Water atrerl:
Gentlemen tor years I have at tluiea been
troubled (loin torpid liver, acd alMi, more or le.a,
from Kidney afleclion. Home lime ago, when la
the tondttiou atiove nienlioneil, I procured a bottle
ol your Calculi Keiiolvenl. At the lime my urine
waa very red, aud Ibe aedlmenl ariuiuutated dur
ing the night hail aouiewbat the appearanie of
brick du.U llefore 1 had tumpleled lint buttle my
liver seemed to aft fUe a new one, an J the urine
cleared up, the offensive smell left It. and now no
deiKisit la found wbeu It stands a few hours I glvu
this statement unasked, .nd, II wortli anything In
calling the attention of those sliuillarly afflicted,
you may use It as you like. Yours truly,
Jim kg A. Yoi'nci.
Sola bv .r. .T. Brown.
We InTltojour attention to our Der, clem and
cunitnifiit plication uf the iiriucUile of iun-tfr-lrrltittiou,
ai Bhuwn bj our
MEDICATED BODY BANDS.
Highly Indorsed by prominent members of the
profession, for theLUIlKol lyirln, UIiiii.
iiiull.m.l'atiiliiland Itilllrult Aleiisiriiniluii,
I'leiinay, I'nllln in the. Slue, Illicit, llnwel,
and Klilniys. Kicrllent for CIlOl.l.ltA In all
forms, warming the Imaels and checking dis
charges Nipplied to you nr your patients Ihroiuh
drugstores, or by mail uu ruelpiol II Mini for
circulars and le.tliiioiilals from phislilans and pa
tient.. AllhNlS IVanikd. N, V, llllAI.ill
Alll.NCV, M llroad.ay V. "''
Rosb Leaf, Fine Cut
AGENTS WANTED !
Tho .VI out Slrlkln.' Xotcll) of lite Act'.
GLOVER'S MEWL BACK ALBUM.
lausieuioied or added in a moment, Album
fnlajkfl loan) sun IIu hinred metal bark netr
brraks Its peculiar inn. tru lion fommauds In.
stai.t atli nllou. Just the thing for iauvasM-ra.
,i"..'f."u:""'1 'ulll'arlliulara Inuulri'of
1 UK A 1.1 Al.lllJM l o , luttie. nek, Mich
IIMN1 Kli-I adles and (leutlemeu to lake nliu
.!,' Illl'l. I'luaaiil orl(, al their own homes.
Work lent by mall anvi!l.Lini.liit. ..... r., i
tt kitt.daycaii baijuletly inadel noiauvasslug!
AddriiM Itell.bi. M'fg Co., 1'tiila., . ikii
.a.-! -u 1 1