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TH03 il NltOWN t-cerelary
FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST 28, 1885
(Jovemor HohiII; U opening the Uhio cam
pain at Long Ilracch.
The licen'e ra'ch-TOtt scheme by Iloadly
ta tery weak. The cuDttitulion torbidj H
cenie, yet HotJly proraises it in exchirge for
the Jiloon mil'.
Mr'. Vsoiilt Djilley lias quieted down and
dropped out of tight, but O Donovan Ilo-sa
may be. relifd ujion to aid considerably to his
reputation as a fool.
The fishing days are tiearly over and Pres
Went Cleveland may shortly be ixpected in
Washington, to ltok afler the fall pickeling
and sausage making.
The ship ou which plain Mr. Keiley sailed
for home wa. four dajs Hie, yet his friends
were not alarmed becai.se tbey knew old
King Neptuae woullieject him.
The partisan prohihiuomsis are applying
the same methods in stamping out gospel
temperance workers that tbey ue toward the
republicans that of abuse and wlificalion.
The political binauua peel ii l)Wg around
on every corner. The slippinc-up trick is too
of en on the boards to be interesting to dem
ocrats, yet republicans manage to force a
It will be noticed that when the republicans
were in power the democrats were loudly and
pfriisientlj for civil service reform. Now
they blame that all on to the mugwumps, and
refrain from calling lor civil service rel irm
in the plat firms
There Is notmi.g to prevent a minister of
the Methodist I.piscopil church (rom entering
the ioIuicmI field as a candidate, but charges
may b preferred afier the (act, on the
grounds ot neglect of duty and mingling too
Ireely with wordly concerns. The church
cannot be held lespontlble when any of its
ministers attempt to drag the church intopO'
lilical itrife. Hut It is tery unfortunate for
the cburth that such thing are done.
Iloadly emerges from bebicd the prohibi
tlon annexity to introduce Allen (J. Myers
and Mike Mullen, Mike lias been reappointed
to his former (lace, which he temporarily viv
cated to serve a term in the penitentiary for
preventing colored citizens from voting at the
last election. He will be In position to do
the same thing again, let colored people
are expected to endorse Mullen by voting for
To the average democratic nrnd It stems
that the new administration do i not work
with sufficient alacrity In the work of drcapl
tation. To them it seems strange that post
masters cannot be made faster than six In
minute. They would have the whole lot go
at once, and then stop the mall business until
tried and true democrats could be put in their
places. The only interest they have In the
public serrice is to get in; the methods
should not be questioned.
George William Curtis is no doubt highly
gratified at the progress his reform president
Is making in turning the republicans out
We want to call hit attention to the turning
out oi soldiers' widows who have been faith
ful la the discharge ol their duties, and who
never gave a cent for republican campaigns,
Their ouly offense was that they were the
widows of soldUrs and in symratby with the
republican party, and their places were
wanted (or hungry democrats.
The latest political sensation fa that Tear
ion, the mugwump postmaster of New York,
li to succeed Postmaster General Vilas, In
President (JleveWnd'a cabinet. This comes
la Ihe nature of a stunner to the average
democrat. They see In It a more strict en
forcement of the civil service rules and pro
longed hungering and thirsting stariug them
lo the face.
We take no stock la the sensation and be
Here that tbe democratic depression is only
It is a rcYnarkablo fact that the partisan
prolil'jitlontsts have gone completely away
from the Idea ol educating the youth of the
country lo temperauce, tint ate lowering the
cause Into a ram pint political squabble. The
gospel temperance people are beginning to
see Ihe danger and are growing llstle'j under
the lead of men ambitlmn for notoriety.
A large number of ministers and lawmen
of Da) ton have prepared a petition to the
conference asking that an example be made
ol Dr Leonard for attempting to drag the
church into political squabbles. We sincerely
hope that the doctor may escape this martjr-
luni, because we believe he is onlj misled by
an Inordinate real untempered with ridom.
When he undertakes a cause he knows no
bourn's, and the dire defeat ol such methods
will be more potential as a lesson to partisan
prohibitionists than any church (ensure ol
' I Hope til' Witr Is User,"
Senator John Sherman addressed a larpe
audience In Mt. (Ulead, in which he calmly
stated the position ot the republican party en
the o--allcd "blood) shirt" isuc. He said
When v. point out these oflpnses mnunltted in
the s.uili, li Is ail 1 wearcrafsliiit thehlondy shirt,
that e are rt i ivttig the Issue, ot the war that
the war Is over I hop" the war Is over, and that
llm fluitntis i is oi i in warsrn osss av.n anu o.
ilrtlil anil burled ner anil hate and preju lice
are not wlsn counsellors In peace or In war lien
ernsltr, forulvi ness anil charity areercat quilllhs
of the human heart, but like everrthlni! else that
tsitnuil, they 'ray lecarried toexcess, ami may
ilcBcnerate Into Imi'ts I hey miisl not kail us o
forget the ohllnatlons of tlnty ami honor. While
we waive the animosities of Ihe war, we must
never fail to hoi I on with coimcc "mf fi rtituile lo
all the risults of tlu war Our.ohlier' fought ill
no holhlav contest, not m relv to list the manly
qualities of the north an I Ihe south, not for power
or plunder or wraltn nrtitle. Thev toiucht lose
cure to themselves and their msterlt) the bless
ings of a strong national government
Th- l.'it.- Hubert :. Kenlaili.
How Insignificant a ripple upon the politi
cal surface the death of Robert K. Kenton
created' Ilia demis' would have caused a
wonderful changing about of figures on the
political diets board hid it occurred while he
was contesting the ptrty leadership of the
state of New York with Uoscoe Uonklmg.
Kx-Gov. Kenton wai a remarkable man iu
many respects. He was born in Carroll,
Chautauqua county, X. Y. July 18, IMS.
He studied law but never practiced bis pro
fe'ssion. Kor many ) ears hi succesjfully fol
lowed mercantile and agricultural pursuit.
He turned his attention to politics in early life
joining the democracy. hilc yet a young
man h held several offices in hi native town
and county. In 181 1 he was elected to con
grees, but was defeated fjr a atcoud term b
Mr. Kenton allied hlni'elt with the Rpu!)-
licau party upon lis organisation. In l&."fi
he was returned as a republican to congress
from his old district. He retna'ned in the
house of representatives in unbroken succes
sion eight years, down to Dec. luib, Uii4,
when be reilgne i, alter a service altogether of
ten years in Ihe national legislature. In
congress he waa an active member of im
portant committees, and, although he seldom
took part in debate, he exerted a wouderful
intliienc, among democrats as well as re
publicans. Uoscoe Cockling, who ultimately
became his great rival, was in congress with
him several years.
In 18il Mr Fenton was elected governor
ot .Ve York and was re-elected in leCC He
wu an impoSlog candidate for vice presiltnt
on the ticket with General Grant in 1-0. but
was defeated by Schuyler Colfax. In the
winter ot Im. 'J he was elected senator from
Xew York, deieating Kdwin D. Morgan This
campaign is deicribed as one of the moat ex
citing, amusing and extraordinary that ever
In the senate Mr Fenton had frtquent col
lisions with Koscoej Conkling. Thee meet
ings have gone down to history. Mr. Fenton
and Mr. Conkling had many memorable en
counters over the distribution of the federal
patronage In the State of New York, but the
Oneida chieftain ultimately catned off the
scalp of the Chautauqua sachem.
Mr Fenton was active in the support of
Mr Greeley lor president in 1 87 J. His term
in the senate closed in March, 1 M T r. Since
then he has taken little part In public affairs.
J01MI AM) oflMOMi.
Made. 'i:m sii k.
The ale that cured Dr. Leorard has made
other Ohio prohibitionists sick indeed. Syra
A Cliinil I'liica. rur the Mniie'.
Clear the pen'ln rolls of Iraudi and bum
raers and put the money into soldie s' homes
tor deervlng veterans disabled since the war.
The I'llHiliilUruleil Triltli.
Speaking of the democratic state ticket, the
Cleveland Plain Dtaler says. "It is worthy
ol the parly."
If this remark were crushed to earth it
would rise again. Youngilotfu NeBf-IUgi'-ter.
A (.noil Mep to Imitate.
A step In the direction of good workman
ship and sanitary reform was taken yesterday
by some of the plumbers of this city in ask
ing Ihe board of health to fomulaie a code
cf rules regula'ing plumbing in tbe Interest
ot the public health. Ilutiab Commercial
Ought to Open Up Itelntlons.
A Masiacbutett8 paper says: "Cannibal
ism is still practiced by nearly two million
peopl-." Yet ttiia government has never
opened up diplomatic relations with the can
nibals, and no further attempt is to be made
to find a diplomatic place for Mr. Keitey,
Thi. Pennies Offset the Kirks.
It will scarcely matter to Ihe prohibition
lats that the platform rates the democracy of
Ohio as "opposed to sumptuary legislation."
So long as th prohibition leaders receive Ihe
deraocrallc pennies in private they can prob.
ably 4tand democratic kicks administered In
public. Buffalo Kxpress.
rmnga Tlltir tstnsr.
Some authorities Insist that, by a strange
coincidence, the favorite piece of music juit
now with both Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Tilden
Is "We Never Speak as We Pass By," while
others positively declare that Mr. Tilden sings
nothing except ''Climbing Bp the Golden
Stairs," and Mr, Cleveland has not hummed a
note since lie left Washington for fear of
frightening the fish. Baltimore American.
An ICvperlerictHf Jlaml.
"There, I guess that'll star filed. Ilrinir
on the next one," said Sir. Foruker, straighten
ing up and fumbllog In his pocket for another
"What are you doing?" Inquired a by
I "Nailing campaign lies. I served an ap
prenticeship two yean ago,"
thi: rntsr kiss op i.o i:.
llercheeasaro (lushed, her eyes are wet,
Hip heaves a gentle a gh
llr hair Is mus.cil, she scarce knows yet
hal'sj I eat laiuli iirriy
W hat makes her l luh an I tremble so
Willi luhthty Joy ant frlhl
The tint time in his life her beau
tlaJ kls.nl her sn t uoJ night
I'lwtm k I (tareite and Chronicle
( lilr-igo News
It was on a Xoietnb-r evening that we all
tat around a cheerful fire alier dinner t'ncle
John, who had come lininii ftom Australia the
week lieforc. was giving us various bits of In
formation about lilt" climate, people, etc., In
that fevored country. He paused for awhile,
sol asked hltn "toul.ln t )ou tell us a
story of your adventure", or something ihat
liifpcntil to you. uncle''"
"Well," he answered, "I've hail so many
adventure, 'mail and gieat, that it's hard to
pick out one, but supue I tell yem the first
that happened to me v. HI that satnly you?"
We all declared ne should be delighted to
hear i; so, giving the fire a poke and all of
in drawing nearer to the blaze, he began the
"You knon, when I first wentto Australia,
there waagrtat excitement about the gold
that wn. being found In soernl places, and,
like a great niimlier of people, I was seized
with the gold mania an i went to the diggings
Yi u know, also, that I was very fortunate
Ihir but of that I have nothing tu say non,
as I am goirg to tell you what befell me one
night, about a fortnight alter my arrival at
"Your Uncle Tom, who was with me, was
up the country for a couple of deys with iiu
old schoo-lellon whom he had louml In that
temote region, so I found myself on this par
tic uliir night the sole occupant ;f our hut. 1
had reilred to ray hammock rather early that
night, but 1 could not go to sleep, but ket
tossing about lor a long time. At last I
opened m) eyes widewjth tbeconWctlon that
sleep was not within my grasp for that night,
and I began looking round the hut at such
object us the remains ot the fire made clear
euough to be seen
"As I looked round n dark object In one
corner arrested my attention, it was in a cor
ner not lighted by the fire, so that I took
some moments to make out what it was; but
there was some one else iu the but besides
"Now this was a particularly inconvenient
thing, to say Ihe least of II. for I knew no
liody personally that livid nhout us; bull
knew very well that, aj a general rule, tbey
were a low, coarse lot of rutlians, a great
many ot them convicts and men who had to
(ly trom their countries lor various reasons
best known lo themselves, so you tiny ) cr
imps form a slight id-a of my feelings I
knew it was not my brother, tor he would
not be back tor ttao days; beside, why
li'iuld he tome In so silently and stand
there so mystertotisl) ' Hut what puzzled
me most was how any one could get
there, tor I had most carelully fast
eiied tbe door before rrtirlng to rest. I
thought my e)es might he deivned, but on
looking more intently at the dark object I
dl'iiuitl.v saw the outline of a pair ot shoul
ders and one arm, but it wa impjsstlile to see
the head or face, as ihe shade was so heavy
in the corner.
".No, in this ery corner we had a chest,
to which see bought venous clothes and
other neces nries, and in which we meant to
put an) g.dd we might find I sty meant,
because we had not got any up to the present
lime so I, ot course, concluded that my vis
itor was examining this chest with a I lew to
robbery, and I thought the beet thing I could
do would b- to remain quiet for the preent,
but I spoiled my plan by turning on my side
so as to watch the robber better, and in di ing
"o I made what seemed to be a great deal of
"I now thought there was no use in con
cealment, so, drawing a revoleer, which I al
ways kept under my head at night, I called
out 'Come forward at once aud show )our
aelf, or I'll blow )our brains out.
"I made as much noie as I could in cock
ing the revolvi r so as to give my threat more
weight bjt tLe gentleman in the corner
seemed to tike no notice, for he remained
piriectly quiet. I was undecided what to do
till the thought strm k me ihe runber might
at that mi in nt be meditating shooting me
frtin where be was, and th'S thought made
my blojd run cold, for I thought of tbe
friends and rtlatiies I had left at hoaie, and
ot the state they wculd be In when they
heard I had bien shot in Australia, so I again
called out 'Whoever you are, 1 II give you
but one chance, I 1 con t tnree, and it at
that word you don't coma forward I li fire.'
"I told )cm I could not sec the man's head,
so I aimed at where 1 thought it ought to be
and counted slowly "One, two, three!'
"At the word 'ihree' I fired four shots in
quick succession, lor I thought that in the al
most total darkntSi my aim might not 1
vrty gojd; bin tbey seemed to have taken ef
fect, for when the smoke cleared away I look
ed in vain tor ray midnight visitor
"I could not summon courage to get up
and look lor his body; not thut I was exactly
nf aid, but I had a horrible feeling of having
shed a human being's blood, which I had
never done before, and I firinl) believe I
would almost rather have been shot by the
robber than have the fearful thought on my
mind that 1 had killed him
"Never did I spend such a dreadful night.
I could not get rtd of tbe one thought of
haling deprived a ioor fellow. creutuie of
lile, especially while he was iu the act of rob-
ning, ar.it peahaps intending murder; but
more horrible than all was the idea that I
might pos"lbly have been the means of send
ing him to a leariul eternity.
' In vain I tried to persuade myaelf that it
was to Bave my own life I had done it; this
seemed to be a p or excuse.
"however, 1 at last fell Into a disturbed
sleep, whkh lasted till morning, but the mo
ment I awoke the dreaiiul nl;ht recurred to
my mind, although I felt rather more calm.
I thought I had had a horrible dream, but,
on examining my revolver, I found lour
I rose and looked about the room, but In
vain I sought the body of the intruder. This,
however, relieved me greatly, as I though he
could not have been killed, but only wounded,
aud had escaped out of the but while I was
asleep, but on going lo the door I was more
perplexed than ever, for tbe door had nl
dently not been opened, as It was securely
'astened on the iuside.
"That day I could not bear to do anything
but sit by my fire and think over my adien
ture and try and solve the mystery, lor mys
tery I concluded there certainly was; but I
could come to no satisfactory concluilon with
regard to it.
The text day my brother came back, but I
thought it better not to say anything about
my visitor to him at all events not until I
found out who or what the Intruder was.
"That evening I returned to the hut after
my day'a work, I had found my first nug
gel, which, however, was a very small one,
and was entering the door, when I saw my
brother silting on a stool with a coat across
hi k ees which seemed to perplex him very
much. When he saw mo be called me ami
asked me il could account lor two holes
which were in tbe back of the coat he was
'Of tourse I knew nothlnj abgut them.
He said he bad lelt the coat hanging in the
corner, and had just found it down behind
tbe dies', and with those two holes, which
he thought very like pistol-shou, through tbe
"Tbe explanation flaibrd across ray mind
Immedhtel) ; my midnight robber was rolh
logelsethau my brother, coat bunging on
the wall! On examining It further I found
the loop by which It bung was cut, evidently
by one of tbe shots, and tbla accounted lor
"I need scarcely say what laughter II caused
when I told my brother this; hut, small ad
venture as It seems, I thill never f rget my
ulgbt with tbe gold-rohher."
Morning Uuunc.ti'uai.ic, full ol lecal and
telegraphic news, ISc per week,
Tinsel will again he worn.
Polonaises are to be revived.
Bed ells are as popular as ever.
Uedlugotc are the rage In Pari.
Sashes ate a leature In tall toilet
The days of llounces are no more.
All gray greens will be much worn.
Plumb, or lead, Is a leading fall co'or.
Bells to be fashionable must he ver) wide.
White frocks arc! worn to excess In
The V shaped corsage la very popular in
Short and long waists are equally fashion
able. Olive and rceda shales of green aro very
Black silk will be more worn than black
satin next season.
The tailor made cloth suit will l-e more
worn than ever this fall.
Stripe must be horizontal, not verlcat, in a
Borders in lieu of llottncc and tucks will
be all tke rage next season.
The hat is uot correctlfjworn for visiting
at the theatre or casino.
Short jackets and long rcdingotes ol vel
veteen will be mmh worn this fall.
Tailor-made lackets and frock are consid
ered Indispensible at the seaside.
Mantles and short visiles are worn by
young girls as well a by older women.
White woolen frock are dressy and pretty
for seaside and mountain wear.
Bustles have probably reached their maxi
mum In aire for at least six mouths to come.
The parting adiiceof Ihe seaain for Sep
tember (ust out) Is ''Educate your taste,
fair ladies, and accept only modifications ot
the last modes brought out." Better counsel
could not be given.
"Irish A. Kngllsh" is the name of a Buffalo
Kahlonable ladie In Paris now wear short
silk aocks Instead of stockings.
Henrv Clay bestowed Ihe tillo, "QuecnCily
of the West" on Cincinnati in 1828.
A reunion of all the living ex-legislatnrs nf
Vermont will be held at Montpelicr 0 tc
It has beei calculated that the free lunches
in New Yotk saloons cost il l,h00,000 an
nually. A dishing, Me., farmer got up in his sleep
and mowed a swath forty rods long In his
meadow before he awoke.
An old colored woman upon being Immersed
in Palatka, Fla., last Sunday, exclaimed
"Bress de Lord: dls am five times I'se been
An insane man was found wandering In
the vicinity of Millersburg, ()., who, wbeu a
boy (thirteen years ago) lelt the place, aud
this is his first appearance 0
A boy turncl up in Pittsburg recentl) who
had traveled all over the continent, tree ol
charge, by strapping himself to a board placed
on car trucks under the car.
The credit of starting the sea serpent yarn
is awarded to Pliny, who recorded that in the
Indian ocean there was found a fish "so bng
and so broad as to take up more In length
and in breadth than two acres of land.
Miss Cleveland's name is still coupled with
that ot Vaar Colle.e, and there may yet be
another president" in the Cleveland family
When spoken to about the matter yesterday,
Professor F. I.. Ititter.ot Vassar, sii'd "Mies
Cleveland is well fitted for the position. On
the first Tuesday of next month the selection
will he made."
c.ivniir o tiii: n.r.
Theniarrlage rites hal ben performed,
A kiss had sealel the vow ;
When suddenly a cloud appeared
t pon fair Anna's brow
"I fear," she salil with bashful smile,
"I can't obey, for Hat,
1'ie Joined the rebel ranks, you know;
Put now an Anna kissed "
The Prince of Wales is in Norway view
ing the scenery. That's not much, but it Is
belter than doing something bad Columbus
A lady visitor at Saratoga changes her
dress four times a day. Her husband is slay
ing at home and changes bis fbirt once a tort
"Are you ill?" asked the ph)sician; "let
me see your tongue, please." "It's no use
doctor," replied the patient; "no tongue can
tell how bad I feel."
"Grandpa, dear, we have come to wish )ou
many happy returns of your birthday ; and
ma ctma says if you give us each a tlolbr we
are not to lo-e it on oui way home."
It should be remembered to thp everlasting
credit ol Nebuchadnezar, that though be caH
Shadrach, Meshach and Aliednego into the
fiery luruace, he did not ask them "Well,
is tbis hot enough for )ou?" Philadelphia
Pat, having been on a spree, fell down one
(light of stairs aud landed on the top of the
next Looking down the first flight aa he
rai'ed hirnsell up be eiclaimed "lledad,
that's the first time I ever lell up sthairj viid
Tim Krle'a New lliifrvt Car.
The Krie railroad has just provided Itself
with three new Pullman buffet drawing-room
sleeping coaches, which are considered by the
company the finest cars ever put on any rail
road "They are a triumph tor the Piillimn
Company, ' said Superintendent Billings yes
terday, "and cars that any railroad compap)
may be proud ol." The cars are called Plato,
Scipio and Cicero, and are to lie used on Ihe
St. LouU limited exprtss, which leaves Jerse)
City at G: 15 p in. The Scipio went out on
Tuesday, the Plato will go tonight; the
Cicero has not yet arrived Irom the works
but is finished,
A Tribune reporter visited the Plato yes
terday at the Krie )ard in Jersev Citv. The
. cars are alike. The exterior does not diflcr
materially from the Jay Gould aud Ihe Occi
deulal of an earlier elate, hut the Interior is
lar more magnificent. Tbe wood for the body
of the finish is cedar; the root is of maple,
while the dome panels are of tbe same wood
lirori7ed. The lierth fronts are tbe most
striking featuie of tbe new cars. They are
of mahogony veneer, the lower half and bor
ders being covered with goll-stamped lush
touched up by the painter. Tbe effort is
exceedingly rich, and with the h"av) olive
green plush of the seats and their backs a fine
combination la proluced. In lh private
drawing-room a special effort at rli h decora
tion has been succeselul'y made. The srnok
Ing room is fitted up with luxurious uphols
tery and panels ol stamped Ru.sia leather.
Tbe wheels are of paer, lorly-two Inches in
The company has alio putontwo new buffet
and parlor cars, ihe Cataract and the City of
Hew York Trllune, August io, 1WV
A Komance from I. liking County.
This comes from Licking county, accom
panied by a snake oiy. Mrs. Kofield, near
Newark, omnambulated through a second
story window In her house, fell twenlv feet,
but was not awakened, and walked a mile to
a neighbor's, climbed a picket fence and waa
discovered trying to open the door. She was
poken to, but made no retly, aod the neigh
bor led her home, where she entered an open
window, walked upstairs to her room, and
sinking to the floor woke up exhausted. She
suffera greatly now Irom her fall. Snake fa
ble next week,
ot Kfially hound.
In looking about for tbe man to whom
I resident Cleveland recently addressed the
"scathing rebuke," tbla country !a likely to
jtumble on Charlie Ilosa and the reat ol the
There la capital to tbe amount of 100,
OOOjOO Invested In tbe watch and clock In.
tereat In tbe United Statu, and the Jewelers'
Circular wants a acbool lor horologlsu eatab-liabed.
FULTON & HYPES.
Shirts Made to Order,
LARGE LINE OF READY MADE SHIRTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
I OK Mils. YOIMIIH ANI IIOlS.
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED.
CHILLS and "FEVERS
PAIN in Tint HACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
i ok s,tu: n v Mr. ckjggists
Th- Genuine has Trade Mark and crossed Ken
ines on wraplr
TAKE NO OTHER.
Usocl horba in doctoring tho fitnlly.and
her simple remedies 1II CVliK in
moat caaeo. Wiifiiut tho usoof herbs,
medical sclonco would bo powerless;
nnil yot tho tendency oi tho times Is to
neglect the best of all remedies for thoso
poworlul medicines that seriously in
juro the systom.
f s a combination of v altiablo herbs, caro
lully compounded irom tho lormulaof
a rogular 1'liyHlcian, who uaocl this pre
scription largely In his privato practice
with Krent success. It is I a drink, but
n. medicino nsod by many pliynlcinns.
dsi-It is intnluablp lor ll.WM,
Kins i v and .; . ;; mrri.AMs,
M'lttOIS v II M ', iii:ak
A.ss, IXDKil.siius, or , nndwhilo
curing will tmi hurt the system.
Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron
man of Safe Harbor, Pa writes :
"Mycin was com i It tell rrtratcd by fever and
amte cjnhmi at I Imrki. illd him no irond I
then sent for Ml.hh r'a llrrtillitteraandluai.bort
time tho ho) waa ipulo well "
"E. A. Schellentrager, Druggist, 717
Bt. Clatr Street, Cleveland, 0 writes :
' onr Hitter I can say and do say. are ire.
crtli.il hj eoum of tliooldtftauduiONtirouiiiitnt
riyfittlaualu our cttj "
MI8ULEII HEIIB BITTEI13 CO.,
525 Commerce St., Pliiladolphla.
Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never FaTTs
CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Ca:c Hetemfcling That cf General Grant.
Bom ten years ago ! hail a scrofulous -wire on
mj nuM hand which j,a?e me ureat trouble, aud
iiiii-r ihe ottj-tliiie treatment healed up and
I mi) --.M-d I wan well I found, howf rert It had
only iK'tn driven lulu the i-ysieiu by tho une of
(ota-h mid meiiury, and In March, 1i). It broke
out in my throat, and ronfentrated In hal noma
of the doctors d noiuiuttf 1 (dfiter I wh plated
tinder tnatmii.t for this din. im Home alx or
ueu'i) of the bent j hyklciaus In the country had
rre at dlttrivtit tltiMH under tliefr barge, amon
the tu three ( crlaliiln Int inline, but one after
another would exhaust their iklli an I drop me,
for I grew wonmj rontiiiually The ranrer had
eaten throu!, my rheelr, iletlroylntc the aUl
an 1 under II u entirety arid half mj tongue, tat ing
mi tu (he top of my left chtek bote and up to the
lift eye Irom a hearty rub if t woman of IW
i- iijuIi, I wan redur-td to a tin re frame of nkin and
bonm. altntmt unable Uj turn mynelf Iu bed I
could not fat any aoliU fud, but auUUted on
ll'iuldi and mr lot gup waa o far tone I tould not
talr Theangttlih jf mind and the horrible nut
ferlugxof Ivo'lf which I eiierienced, can never
bH revealed, (livt-ri up bv hyaUians to die, with
no hope of recovery on the part of frienda who
at around mr beside, expuing every moment
to b myla-il; in fart, my huvhand would plar
hli hand u-on me every now and then to we
whether I waa alive or not, aod at one time all
decide t that life wai extinct, and my death waa
reported all over the taunltr,
bin h wav my helplemt and wreti bed condition
the flrat of laJt October (IWI), when my frit mis
loiiimint-ed giving me hwpta hpeclftc. In leas
than a mouth the eating platen u pppsl and heal
ing comiueiuMl, and the fearful aperture in mt
cheek baa been cloned and firmly knitted together
A proeesnof a new under lip la proifreaalng finely,
and the tongue which w.i a. moot destroyed in le
Ing recovered, and fUeeuis that nature fa aup ly
ing a new tongue lean talk so that riiyfricmli
can readily understand me, and can eat solid food
again. I am able to walk wherever J pleare with
out the aslsUi e of any one, and have gal ed
hfty pouoda lu Uesti All this under the blt-hfilng
of a merciful Heavenly Father, la due to .Swift's
jrf'cit I am a wonder and a marvel to all my
friend, hundred of whom have known my in
tense sutterinttt, and have finite 1 nte In my afflic
tion. bile I am not entirtly well, yet my giatl
tuJe la none (he leaa devout and I am confident
that a rffft recovery la now In sight If any
doubt thene facta, I would refer them to Kou,
John il. 'J ray lor, Mate ."enatur of this dlatrlct,
who is my neighbor, Dr. J. H J.radfild,of Iji
(liange, (U , or to any other -rrm living in tbe
southern part of Troupe county ia
MIW. MAltY L. COMhll.
I.sOrange, Ga , May 14, JbW.
Hold by all druggists.
Treatise on hkin and Mood Diseases mailed
tall on our physician, No. U7 W 211 fat,, N Y,
f-onsultatlon free. TIIKaWIrTwrhClMUCO..
Drawer 3 Atlanta (ja
CHICAOO CORMT CO., Ohlcaao, III.
rasas' Jill I I fl IS El ttt
fi 1-2 EAST
II .1 .1 ( If Howay will ftirnlib 1 t'NKIlA
( Ml!) Mils Inside of old ( cuisiratlon limit
until further notice, fm ( ash or Its equivalent.
IVruclIII Cemetery fi !
(Ireenmount , o id
Irish Catholic Cen etery v fa)
German Catholic ( emrtery 3 CO
WE HAVE EIGHT COACHES,
And parties will sivemonev by calling on null
net for carriage
N'o Per rout, (ilicn to Uinlprlakprn.
Oiilaldo of old Corpornlloti line at
. aVJ.C. 1101,1,0 WAY,
27 I. High ! , nest to Uc-.ile.
Popular Summer Resort I
Hire i on the .Main I.lne of the
Xcw Yi iK, I'miii. K Oltlo Hnllroftd, Mid.
mi) llrtvwTii Cliic'iiiinli
mill N'l'vt ork.
Highest Navhcahle Hotly ot Water on the Continent-
Hi" Feet At nve the (liean andTJJ
teet Above ijitte t-rit., Itlstance
CLIMATE PURE UNO INVIGORATING!
1 be Lake Ii r mllra long and from one to (We
miles wide. I altew(KM, J-uhnna, (Irlthth'a Point,
Ileum! Point Hay View, I. a veil wood, .Martha's
iiievarl, Kalrputnt and Point ( hautauqna are
among the d tlerent resorts on tbe Uke, patron
lent by minimer rial ton. There are good hotels at
The Famous ChautnuquaAssrmb'y
Hai Its headmiarttm at ( haut uio.ua Lake and
convene in July Hn Augu-itor etery year. One
of the in nut popuUr ictoitn on tie I ake Is
Hern all p. ft'f-uger trains nl tbe New York, Penn
sylvania and Oh'., nliro, d if,p during tlieapaaoii,
It being tbe Chautauo.ua I,.-ike.itatlon, and tbe dli
trlnutlng oint for the entire l-ake. Thvm are
two hotels at I Jikewoo.1, loth being of Immense
aire, ctpahle of auommodnt ing live hundred
guests each. Numtroui itiaiiurs are constantly
plying the Lake tnnasortlng vis tors to all fiolnts
Ihoso in search of a pleasant report to sj-end the
summer month, rannot find more convenient or
dclljjitful plate tliHii luf ( h&utNU.,ua.
la New York. Pennsylvania and Ohio .Ullmal,
hiv on sain hi jn iot ii stations aim at stations oi
connecting tines from June lat, god for return uu
til bepteruber .fuili. A KCI.AKK,
fien'l PassVer Agent.
C. PAINE. Oen'lWt.
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS
KAII.WAV, TO Al I, POINTS
The only Line with elegant through car service
INTO NEW YORK CITY
THE ONLY LINE TO BOSTON
llli Through NIeciiln,; Cars.
FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
All 1'lrst Class Tickets to folnts II at are co.1 v'a
And Tickets of like class o Nc York canbeei
change,! 1 In, ut ailillllonal cost, fora trip
Down the Hudson River
Upon due notlcoto tbe Conductor leforo rcachlug
BEE LINE -WEST.
The only Line runniuir aollil trains to the
Mlslsl,, HIv r.
THROUGH SLEEPERS AND COACHES
TO ST. LOUIS.
Direct connections in t MOV DhPOM for al)
L 1 una in me
rwest and the Pacific Coasl.
pre tiu r c n ti tu 'H'ciupct i.iMtetouiii.oint.
DLLLIIiL dUUIIl. Intliohouthcrnhlalca
Apply lo any Ticket A.
0. B. SKINNER, A.J.SMITH.
Irattic Maiuijir dtu'l !' Aift
FINE STEEL ENGRAVING
GENERAL iTs. GRANT.
Trlnleil on Heavy Plate Tuner -'Si'tn. price sj.l.
Kemlt by I'natal Note or llilitereil Itter lo
I!. IIAIIIIIM.IDN, .-saiM ( M tiAall.
IM.IIIN, II, C,
M1LITAR1T AND NAVAL ACADEMY.
Inailillllon to pay (adits, thla I navl U 11 1 Ion Is
atithirlreil to oiler live Cttie thlpa In Ihehtateof
Ohio, mrhof which entitles a ( aiel to II, an free
of Ihsriji ..l.llr.nu are rueste I to forwartl
lesllnioiiaali of ( haratler 1-a I f-caalon heelus
Hl'la'inl..ir Hllli. It. II. IKKII'.IM. S.r.
The Titos, Martin & Son Business College Go's
Queen City Commercial College
Sth and Walnut Hi., Cincinnati, 0.,
alao t'ovitiaTion and .New-part, Ky.
tfTerauneiiualeilaii ...tat-i-a to young- I,at:ie and
Jleiilleineii lu quallf, i.ni.eiv., fur bu.ln.Ss.
B.U4 ludlluttrutMl I auloKUv.
TIIUH. AIAIITIN, rrc.ld.al.
Having a tuurail'
ltill iriuir. loa k nn .a
IJ (ul li.. pj.t 1 .ai cr Htntt
v at 1 saaa I b) l jil
Dial it tias givan aulii.
aatialai Ilea in.! do t A
haaiui. 10 lavuiuianj It,
J V. Willi.... X Co.,
tytnuM, N, Y'
Sol 1 1 1 Duoa iats.
FHANK II, COliLE.NTZ, Agent.
Jafiscsr.a 1 iaiafl
4H afQaaraQtaaa asi laV
Hj Mr4.alf ly eh.
Hfvtsi CilBlct! C.
J. D. Smith Company,
N. V. Corner .Main ami l,iiiii'l(iiic.
Plant Hook ttnrk ami Iciral ItliiitU n apirlall).
Propose,! AiiH'iiiluuiit lo tho
Constitution ol' Ohio.
mxajn oo? : ons.
Senate Joint Resolution No. 28.
Atntndtntf Sfttion 4, Article A. of thi- Cm
fdttlttrttl, TtUlUlirf to tht fttCtiPH
of 7aicnhtp Ojjtrm
Unoltttbu the htnriul .1" HtUii of the Stuff nf
O'tfH (thiec fifths of nil tho nuiitir (bittdto
i icli hou' ciruri4iig Ok rein, (hat thi re lu
submltle t to the rti torsol the Ptstc. on the Mr
end liienlay nf In' e A l Ifft a opiiilltnlt
toiimt ntl -eriioii four, nrtit b ten of ih ( oi slttu
tlo'i of th Malt'. ! a in ie i I i Mlnut
Srtion 1 low shlpnlliH n nh ill be t le ted by
the rtertornof imi li 'iiwiMhip, at stub 'line, lu mh li
iiiimrr nlf'ir-siMb tirm, tot exindiig tlirc"
year), ni tna leprovld d b biw but aha I bold
thrlrolliits until t rir stititMu s r U ltd and
The clef tors deilriug. at nil I t h rtlon, I ote hi
fawirof the forgoing aim n Mm nt, hili hare
prlntC'l on theh bulb t tli.' tM.rd,' Lu slit i .n il
auieutluieut owhfhlp Mlhiirt W' ' mid lhoe
wboilo not favor the adoption of stl tiun u Iment
shall htve wrltlt u or prime I on ihelr i n I li t'e
words, ' fnuatliuilo ial ameiiduienl, tomi-hip offi
a. n. m .u-ii,
.ViriiJlcr of the If nme lvrnrntifltl,
1 I. Ml-K Ull it ,
PrtitiUnt pro tern of the Semite,
Adojted April , IM
1'MTHi 1 TH ' K AMUaCA, OHIO, 1
Ol Ht MIKIIIKSMHI-TAKVOr "-TAl 1 )
IJjimmS U(llllo Scrlaryof t tb of the
State of bin, do hi ret y tort II) that the fotegotng
li i triti c pv of a Joint lie ninth n u le I y
the (leneral .sntmblvor the -tJt of bin on the
!th day nf -prll A 1 , ld, liilun fiom ih-orlg-Innl
rolli CiUd 1m tb s ttci
In PhslTMONi Hlli-Kioi' I ha. e hereunto sub
no IU'1 iu) a t ml hHixi I mr olli
lst.A! 1 ci il S(ul,at ' id Uibua, th If t la .ill) of
Airil. A If , IShn
JAMI.S w UtOllNiUS
S irtiiry if St '-.
Maxims Illustrated !
A I'IM'.KMIIMt I.N(l,--:tl' Inihif. ol.lliy
sulierlilion only Hy mall i . -e son r fht
everywiitre Ural class tauvaaa ra 11I3 of iKilh
seaes. Kill ner cc nt it fit S ml tor ilcar lillr.
clrrtll r Ail.lrcsa 1'U.VMC.I.I.S l.l.l -,-
Tit vll.ll, 4tiSonlli Sltih sik et, llriMiUlvn.
(Offlce hoiira, K to 1 1 A M )
FOR SALE! A BARGAIN
FALL Ul 1I1 'tlDIHIIE
Men's Youth i', Ho)s' andtb Id mi s
SUITS i OVERCOATS
yilisl he aol! a I oliif , Tor ( ash.
Aiivnini'-riMiAs ()t n iiu m -im.ss'
I1. .MAI I), Ull , "th s IM I.NN 'l I, O
50 Voarfi C3per!JBes3 an Heating
and VcntilatiiiK Enginoors.
62 & 64 River St., CLEVELAND, a
TROY, NEW Y0.1K, CHICAGO.
Mnd for Descriptive Cntnloguaj,
O. B. WILLIAMS,
The Moat ptillhtful
Falioo fiUftmera. I-ow TUU-a.
Xour Trii r Waelc litweta
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Xvtry Week Day JIJtwea
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Wilt, for our
"Picturesque Mackinac," Illustrated.
Contain J'ull Tarticulara. Hailed l'rc.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co
C. D. WHITCOMB, Qlfl PA.. AOV
ND FECI UNTIL CUREC
Aiar-A written miarinten of eura cIvhii In overv
eaatt uuderUkeu4-AUconsiiltntloua tre aiid
hnerrd. Dr. Clarke's Ctlthratid llouk ftjaj
Wilting! (In plain envelopes) (ho alauipa.
. A. CUUL H. D U Vise IL, CUcUaulL OUo.
A Clear Skin
is only a part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, wluit
looks like it. Magnolia
Halm both freshens and
m --!r K