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GLOBE REPUPUC. FI.IPAV KVKNINfi, OCTOBER 23 1885
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olhi in, .lally, txtept un lay
Bj i.WAh IIICKIITJK.1.
I nun MonuiiK lilillim
I'ol hliwitrt is nbl to lie out Hgitin.
Mr. Harry I'rotmntt has returntd Iroto
t'iuli deorRe HrHiley, ot Clifton, was In
the itj jesterilnj-
W.S. Winik is daDRtrouslv ill athlsrtsi
ileute on West Mulberry street
lnit. A H llii-hnell Una been elected n
director til tin- C H li U. rnilroad.
Adam Sen", wlio liaa liten on tie sick list
lr h lew dajs, is Hble to be out itnin.
Tho I, Mnriiler, tin attorney of enin,
B9in llteiitj on lenal Imslntsa yesterday.
I U. Morns, general eastern traveling
agent for tde J. II i . was in the city yes
terday on busiutss
The improvement at the Market street Pan
Handle railroad crossing is completed, ami
I)r II Camp left yesterday evening for
(Jardtn City, Kansas, where he contemplates
making his future home.
Mrs C II Hale and daughter, Mist Tune,
of Ittyton, are visiting her brothers, A. M.
and W II Harman, on Franklin street.
Th halvifion Army at Ironton, (I , has
com etlid a book agent. Who said that the
Salvation Army was losing its grip '
The directors of the .V. V. V. k O railroad
pa-md through this tit) yesterday afternoon
in a sfecutl train, liound for Cincinnati.
A suit in attachment for J 7J1.11 anl In
tertst wa tiled yesterday afternoon by T. U.
Magtuder, as attorney for John Kiser against
A ba'ket social will be held at Sno'w Hill,
Union Clupt I, rnday evening, Oct. .Jd. A
gmeral good time is anticipated and all are
dtorgc l'trkiu?, of the Cincinnati Commer
cial Oaztle, came up from Dayton yesterday,
en routt for Mansfield, and remained in this
city a short time.
Mr. John I isher, of .Salem, 111 , who has
bun the guest ot his uncle, Uthcer Dave
Croft, for the past three weeks, teturned
home this morning,
Mr. John H. Ihomaj returned from San
dusky jtslerdity altetnoon considerably In
dispose 1 A phician was summoned to at
tend him last evuiing.
Daniel MtAuly, of the American House,
Coluiutjtn, and a brother of the comedian,
liarnty MlAuIij, came over last night to at
tend the Ktfjtmance.
Frank Kullenon, connected with the Han.
ika Iron Fence Co , of thia city, is to be mar
ried to a charming young lady of Washing
ton C. II. next Thursday,
The "I.lme Kiln Club" held a social dante
In Funk'a hall last night. Scurry's orchestra
furnished the music, and it was one of tha
Dullest S'jcials ot the season.
Joe Molts got on a big drunk last night
and Htlimpted to brink up the furniture and
windows at his home. He was locked up by
Ofli ets (iregory and Del.acy.
A fair audience witnessed the second and
last prtft-ntation of "Lost" at the Orand last
night 1 his is one of the rare companps that
prt sent a high order of acting with the best
The olhiri of the (J A. II. poets of Green,
Champaign, I.ogan, Hardin, Union and Clark
counties will iiiiet in this city on Thursday
ol next week. On that evening Mitchell post
will hold a t amp-fire for the enteitainment
of the vitl'ors.
John 1. Conklln, the grocer, left yesttrday
for Horlda, where he will spend the winter.
Mr. Coiiklin's heallh has txen the source ot
mil It anxiety to his family and tntuds
for fume time, tn I it is to be hoped that the
trip will beneht hira.
I. 1 Voting, attorney for Joseph L.
Itkhards, filtd suit jesterday against J. A.
Mariuart, J lues W. Ittclor and Albert
Ittttor, In npltvin for a lot of household
goo is, which the plaintiff claims the defend
ants took without his knowledge or tonsttut,
and still rtluln unlawfully.
ham Waldman appears in his great and
original role ol tlephant trainer this afier
noog. Look out for him leading Kltally
llr is. famous elephant, 111 Mahdi, through
tin s reels, hea ltd by the lllg Six and fol
lowed by bill the kid population of Spring
held It will be a sight wlilcli will bring
tears to the tjes of thn oldtsl inhab.
ii. . it. utH7.7
The attendance at the (I. A R, meeting
as not very large last evening, and but
little btitlntss was transacted. Several com
mittees er appointed on the district meet
ing of the oihcers of all the posts In Hardin,
Ijogan, Champaign, Union and Ureruu
counties, which laves plate In thia city next
Thtiri lay. the Orand Army boys anticipate
a great lime, and are making big prepara
tions for the entertainment of their gueiti,
Jrnl Hired Car litlirra,
11 rum Morning I illllon
As Olllctr lllrr was going up In the Houlli
Knd yesterday afiernoon, on car No. 17, be
was very much incensed at the way In which
the driver was punishing hla mules. Th nk
Ing, at firt, flint he was doing so only on
nfcounlnf I lie lalniss of the beast?, he said
nothing lohliti, II it tor more than three blocks
be kept whipping them all the way. Finally,
miwilllng lo tee th abuan continue, be went
to the trout plat'ortn and notified the Inhu
man driver that II hn did not cease his cru
elly, he would nrrest him. This thing has
been noticed and (poken of several times in
thia paper, and it Is nlxmt time that the pro
)er authorities look alter the matter. Tho
poor irialiini aro about nil of thetn hard
ly abln to drag one leg alter the
other and when anj thing is said lo the
drivers about If, they always say it la btcaute
the mules ale lay The socle ty for the pre
vention of cruelty lo animals should look
after this and see lhat It I) stopped. It is Hie
right and privilege of any citiren lo arrest,
and place in prison, any drher who is seen
unjustly al tiling or maltreating his mules or
II rum Mntiiltii; IjIIIIuii 1
The leeillng American comedy written by
C. A. Meudum, entitled n "Messenger Iroro
Jarvis' Hecllon,' was placed before a good
home at Black s last night.
Ilirnej MeAtiley has given to "Uncle
Din'l" original and striking characteristics,
for which he has become famous as a truly
American comedian, and the passing ears
mark no loss ot powers in the matchless Har
The company is one cT the best balanced
theatrical troops now on the road, tsiH-clally
Is Miss Maggie Dean, as ' Clip, ' a most charm
ing little "brick" "well, I ahoul I smile.'
hei-down' Smith is an ideal tniacr whose
physiognomy is an olject lesson of warning
to those whom may have an inclination to
The audience was carried through the i lay
from first to lat Intensely interested, and
"Uncle DinT and 'Clip' were callel befjre
the curtain in answer to a very Haltering en
core. I he next time that liarnty McAuIty
comes here bpringfiel I play-goers will wel
come him, and "I'll bet you hall a dollar
they are coming in, too. '
Alumni Nleiitluic "I" I hi-si, , bliulilrra of thn
C.,M A V.
The annual meeting ol Ihe stockholders of
the C. H k 0. ronl was held at handusky,
Wednesday, the total number of shares rep
resented be ing i.f iji The following direc
tors were elected for Ihc ensuing year.
(ieorge Wilshire, Cincinnati, I O Moss
Sandusky, A S Ilushnell, Spriughel I
At a tMihatiiiienl meeting held by the di
rectors, Mr. Wilahire temhred his resigna
tion, and T W.Childs.of lolelo, was elected
to fill the vacancy 7 lie tallowing olhctrs
President, J. S. Farlow
ice President, N. W. Pierre.
Secretary and Treasurer, J. I, Moore.
Asaistant Treasurer, A. P. Simpson.
The oihcers of the roal left on a special
train at 8 o clock yesterday mormug for the
purpose ot inspecting the tote
llreivit Ilia li.nillj Hut nf th.. Iluu.e.
About half past one o clock this morning a
message was telephoned to the patrol house
from the I. II. e. W. roundhouse that a man
named Slouey Harman, who lives in the
neighbothoc d, was drunk and raising a terri
ble racket ut bis houe. The wagon went
out and got Harman, who was locked up in
the station home on the charge of drunken
ness and disorderly conduct. Harman had
gone home badly 'intoxicated and drove his
whole family, consisting ol his wife and seien
children out ol the house. He threatened to
kill his wife, and also knocked the house
hold goods around in a promiscuous in inner
His family were ba.dly frightened and haj lo
have him arrested tor ftar he would attempt
The. Klrnlrj'a l.mliilit.
The greatest show ol Its kind on the stage
Is to appear tonight at Mick s. It is kirally
Bros ' famous troupe in "Around the world
in "0 das,' a dramatization of Jules erne 8
famous story ol that name. The scenic ef
feces in this play are lairlv beyond descrip
tion, aoel Hid greet ballet, with its stores ot
fascinating dati'euses including Miles I.ebru
jere and Mllon, mark the ai p-arauce of this
troupe as one of the r d leiter engsge
tn'nts nf the dramnlli S"ason I'thi'perfo
mauce is treated as it deferens, Black's opera
house won't hold hull the people who will
A lltt hi lank.
Dr. Kennan, asaislel by Dr. J. W. Morri
son, yesterday performed the delicate opera
tion of remoung a portion of the Iris from
the eye of Harley Turns, an inmate of the
Children's Home. This of eration will enable
ih little fellow to see fairly well (although
he has been blind from babyhood) ordinary
oljects, and perhaps in time enable him to
Hull for I iilHllineiit nf Cnntrnrt.
Benjamin F. Illeasinger, bj his attorney,
John 0 imuierman, filed suit in the common
pitas court yrstrnlay against Ollur II Ander
son for specific performance ol a contract to
convey real estate Illesjiiiger alleges in his
pennon that Anderson agreed to trade a lot
of lersonal property and take up a mortgage
of 50U, lor llh acres ol land In lions county.
Til Mvttti) UiiMilieil.
Kansas Cm, Mo, 0 t 22. Mnjor Moore
this afiernoon ofltrs f-'mj reHitrl lor the
murderer of Mrs. Cnay and her daughter,
and Nathan Hall, a private titien, olftrs
$100 mote. One or two persons ere ar
rested today, hut afttrwardsdifcharged The
case remains as mj sic nous as tier
ITaiial seiiitliern .Seiritiiiiigliiic.te.
Meistei Main, Ala, Oct. 2, A negro
named Ward was hanged by a mob today,
thirteen miles south of Kufaula, for attempt
ing I bo murder of citizens, and the supposed
murder ot auolher.
IIiihii With tlm Itenta.
I.ONiiov, Oct. 2J-TIib Koglish Farmers'
Alliance has adoj ted a resolution staling that
to avert the ruin of the present ruce ot farm
ers, laul-owners must lorlhwith reduce the
rents nf farms.
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curt l. jiu i a, nitnr ic ni
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tAf t.AIMf.l) r,KTTi:n
IteinnlnlliK In tlm "lirlligllelil (Ohio) I'nal
iiltlee, Oil. lit, IMMil.
Ill n In Mrs CM
Brady, Mra Anna
lltiibi Mra Nellie
Urn mlngi, Vn ,M A
linker, Mrs Mia
tnriei. Miss Al.lilj
t nrr, Mla I "tile
i tile mini. T M
(lilliln, Mrs Mlrnmly
t llrk, 1
lii tiuUoii. Jos
Dunbar Mrs AIMo
lorth, Mlas Mlna
helliiwa 1 I
tirotK A J
(iiiK.. I II
Ooiiilanl, I has I
Mters, Mra I07ri
Mnicauliiery, Mlaa llell
SeNnli. .las II
V lae, I tlitl It
iialHiriid Miss Mao
Parker, K It
Kn.a, Urn II
tteibli rsoti Maty
Ituasell, S e!
Itertncri Mls Nnt K
Itiiaigraiil, Mrs I
Hti)Uer, W II
Mljknay, Mi llrda
Hehneller, Mr Maria
(Ireel) I'd I
llnllinaii, Miss Mary Mrayer, Miss 1 Itla li
HiiiniDervllle, Miss Mia
J it nsou, f A
lae loon, Henry It
Kami ii an J II
kur i, Allse Itceeii
I awler, I d
ThnniHS l II
Wntaotl, Ml a Ma) llell
HI noil, Mlas AlnrU
Wnireii, .Miss Ahey
Mlas Mary h
11 me, Patrick
1 leleii. Mrs Mar) Nelson, Mrs M A
Mi italc.tilin.il Uinrles riillllps, u C
Poriuns calling fur tin o letters will please
nay aiturtltetl " anil Rllo ilatneif list II not
ere led fur In one tnontli the) will becntto Ihc
I)i nil I .titer (Utter
letters must bet directed to street and liuiit
ber In order to tme tlietn promptly and cor
Iah Johnson1. Hr , I1 M.
THE MAFKT STREET
OFFER THIS WEEK
Men's Heavy Coats at $1.50 and
Men's Heavy Chinchilla Double
Breasted Coats at $3.50, $4,00
Men's Suits at $5.00 and up
wards. Men's Overcoats at $2.50 and
Men's Cloth M ttens, 10c.
Men's Heavy All-Wool Mittens,
25c, worth 50c.
Men's Seamless Wool Socks,
red heels and toas, 10c.
Men's Seamless AM-Wool Socks
Men's Gloves at all prices.
Men's Buck Mittens, the best in
the market, $1.25.
Men's All-Wool Worsted Suits at
Boys' and Children's Suits in all
qualities and styJes, and at prices
to suit your purses.
Call on us at 12 S. Market St.
A IMJUI'IiCT SHOG
ton caDiia, Miaaite a. cmiiorkn.
Our pnoDtCTiorts rcpriscntthk
in thcm evcrv objcction founo
in hcaov mdc bholk is rimovio.
The success at once attained bv
oun goods wherever introduced
IS OWING TO THE FACT TMATTMEV ARC
GLOVE riTTINQ, ELEOANT IN STVLC
ANOriNISH.OFTHE FINEST MATERIALS
AND WORnMANSHIP, ANO MODERATC
THE HORRORS OF BREAKINQ-IN ARC
AVOIDrD TH1V ARE COMFORTASLC
FROM THE VERY FIRBT.
WE MAKE 18 SIXES' IN 1 WIDTHS:
AND C SHAPES OF TOtS AND HEELS.
f r our .VjifiC tn tht Soliu
J. V T. COUSINS,
Agts. for Springfield, 0.
I ho 1IVLV (OKMl-T m l that run tt r-tnrni it
Itt tuil mm r nfiir trtM --.k vn-ar If not fuU
PERFECTLV 8ATI8FACTORV '
Irifat-ry iiMit,ujil rurrl HtriurtIM I Hlitr M4
in, Ml.tr if iyli am iritt h.ii7 nnt-.U4
Itulm .vtjryhi. llvvirw of wurttilvia Imitation
fvQTH rilltlln UHlfMlt i hi lllt llttlllM un tb tOE.
CHICAGO CORMT CO,, ChtCMO. IM.
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CHILLS and 1'KVERS
PAIN in i hi: HACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER .
OR SAll HY AU DR'JGC.i.fTS
Ihe- (rcntilne haa 1 fade Maik and CfOtlfJ Krd
' inca on wraper
TAKE NO OTHER.
"I acho all ovori" What a common me.
press orj; and ho much it rriean,s to niany
a poor suHeror i These aches h,avo a
cause, and rnoro frequently thar) is goner
ally susper ted the cause is th,e L ver or
Kidneys IVo d sea'O is moro painful or
serous that) th.oso, arjd no terrjedy is so
prom,pt arjd cf'cct ve as
No remedy has yet beer) d a-n c i
th.at i3 to ce t vo ri aH KIDNEY A 3
LIVER COMPLAINTS MALARIA, DYSFtP
SIA, et-, aiyd yet t s s mplo ond h,arrri
less. Science aqd m.ed cal skill have
com,bined w th voriderful success triose
h,orbs rvhch. nature h,as provided for to
euro of d lease It strengthens ar)d in
V gorates trjo whole system
Hod Tliad Ifiia Rtneua tlii- illatlntrnlahM Cton.
tnraainau nno- rntp to a fpllrra niin l r who aa
aiitrrrluir trom Inillirtatliili atnl kltli-y lw
Try Mlalileralliililhttira I la hits It Kill curs
you I ImniK d It r r Uith In.t -Htlon ami afliy.
Hon of tlK klilnp ami It latin ma a-t woUiterful
ronitiltiatloii of imilldual lit rtaa I tier aaw
MIHHLEn UEIin DITTEH8 CO,
625 Commerco 8t . Philadelphia.
Parker's Pleasant Worm 8yrup Never Falls
25 YEARS IN USE.
The Greatest Medical Triumph of the Age I
SYMPTOMS OF A
I.oeaorappclltclloivHacoalleef 1'alo In
the bead, wllh a dull t-naallnn In tha
kack part, l'nln antler the (linaltler
blade, Fullneea after eating, arllh mlle
Incll nation to exertion or boily or mind.
Irritability of temper, I.oit aplrlla, with
m feeling of having neglect ed aomoduty,
W earlneaa, Illzlneaa. 1 1 uttering at that
Heart. Iloia bcTurethe eyee, Headache
caver thn right ryr, lteatleaaneaa, nlth
fltfulelrrniiia, lllclily colored Urine, and
TUTT'S I'ILI.8 aro CHprclally adapted
to Much cft9dt?f ouo Uusu tiTccta biicIi a
They Inrrcaeth Apprtittf ,an trauie the
brxlT tn 'In be oil HH. thin the iyttm li
nonrlfthfttlan l t ytliclr Tonic Action on
pro1iire I I ricn JTic. I $ Hurrny t..l.Y
TUTTS EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
)Uii iwUtH tht) hoitj, niHkc limlt'iy ll.sh,
Btrenheus t)n wimiW n mirs l)it wast- of
the systvm with jjhio I I'hkIuii I Imnl must lo,
tflnts tho iaroiw Bstym, in.ioraUi Urn
hraia, anl Imiurt tho vlor ut mauliood.
I Snl I h ifniL'tfititrt
(IKVICK 14 jtlnrrarNt,, New VoHM
J. Leuty's Sons,
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PIUCE MEAT MARKET !
lUndBorafnt mi 1 l.est rqjfnppj lljtly MVut Miir-
inui uiciuir iififiiMti Muuuii
and Halt Ments lo 1 e tu 1 anywhere
Kaiutm aiwaya riiaiiie 1
hand iu "oith Market it
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOMCirOK OK I'ATKYI.N.
Iloram aa. Arnndaa lltillcllniy
Orer J,(l(i lutlners men in Nmv otk
were recftitlj s milled bv it mii puliliiher,
who nrnt Hrniiae KtlieritiK up '. billa ami
irunii9ite! In inert pictured nl btiaiue'S housen
in a wan, w'llch s neieriuiinl,
Ollll Hat I, illllllll
Much iiciteiiieut una been nm le by reiorla
recently iiublirlifti on the alio comlillon of
I hi' slums ol I.unilon In ont cellar was
Iniiml n I mill totiiljtlncr of n miin sick with
smnll.'ioi, his el I tier wile, three hull nuked
ami elirij chililren, unci unci iii; In some
arts (lie it is one t'ln-iulll inrnrj huulreil
persons. tmtcl t leuienl' it correspond
iui; impurities iilteu ilefile the tiutnuu blood
The cnti be tint out b) Brown's Iron Betters,
the urent streiictln ner nud punlier Sir II
J HiruiiLTe, ol SUrk Luke, Florid, Buys
' Brown's Iron Hitters is the beet blood piitl
tler I ever tried ll cite all the tatisluctlon
a man con waul
The UlatK Co lulu mnrjr uillc nils linve rt -
reiteil an In v lint Ion to attend a meeting at
eniatieit lliursilar, ol the Infirmary olli.
rials of the setttal tounties In Cenlrul Ohio
The olject ol the mietlnir is to discuss the
best means of utturJIoK relief to the destitute
and homtjleij during the coming winter.
S-,1- - -tr
We Ere showing a magnificent line of DRESS GOODS.
New Shades in all the Leading Fabrics, Buttons and Trim
mings to match
In all the latest and best styles. Do not fail to see our assortment
of Cloaks it is the largest in the city.
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
nnnfl yar(,s new and desjrable Carpets to select from, the
HUUUUy largest stock in Central Ohio. Our prices are the
lowest all the time.
BLACK BROTHER & CO.
Ciliens of Chnneysvllle and vicinity, In
Hedlrrd county, Pennsylvania, Hte in a state
ol excitement over Ihe defrtditions of a
panther, which has attacked pteeralmen,
Injuring one or two c f them seriously.
There la a people ot the far east who wor
ship the sun as their deltj. There is some
thing poetic and picluretie in tbi", however
much Ihe thought may shock our religious
sensibilities. We have to reflect, howeer,
that these people are without the b nehts ol
religious instruction, and know nothing ol
that civilization, one ot whose triutnihs ia
the discovery ol Misulers Herb Hitlers, the
Kreat panacea for biliousness, dysentery, coin.
cholera, kidney or liver complaints, dysep
sia, sick headache, lever and ague
Narcotics and sedatives murder sleep, the
unnatural stupor is soon followed bv ill ef
fects. Simmon's Liver FleeuUtor removes
the tauae ot tesllessness and sleeplesness bv
regulating the bowda, by tstatilishing good
digestion, and by quieting the nerve" Try
it and you will soon know the blessing of
good health and sound sleep.
'1 nave been u great suit rer from ihsneD-
sia and loss of sletp As soon as I f el the
least bit nervous I take a dose of tiitntnons
I.iver Regulator, and sleep all night.
"Mrs K I1KVANT,
"(IrlawnlJaviHe, Ga "
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich ,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
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feutferers from the etlecui ot quinine, used
as a remedy for chills and feter, will appre
ciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful tonic bit
ter, composed wholly ot vegetable substances,
without a particle of any uoiious drug. Its
action is ecuhar, prompt, and powerful,
breaking up the chill, curing the fever, and
eipelling the pol-wn from the 3) stem, yet
leaving no harmful or unpkasant effect upon
Carefully read advertisement of the Albert
Unheal Institute 217-tf
"My daughter has taken the medicine faith
fully, according to directions, and ber betlth
and spirits are now erteot. The humor is
all gone from her face 1 wish everj anxious
mother might know what a blessing Aer.
Sarsaparilla la in such canes
la A 1)1 El, Vie lillmirt-'i Aromatic Wine
for nervousness and hltiplesstiiss Tor sale
by Theo. Troupe, druggist
Ilia llaniielie.at Mien In NprlnktlHliI,
As nell as the handsomest, and oil ers are id
Tiled to call on Dr T J. Casper, drilZKist,
and tret rrt a trial bottle of Kemp s Ual'atn
for the Throat and Lunga, a remedy that if
Bellinr; ent'relj npon its merits, and is Hilar,
anteed to cure and relieie a 1 Chronie an
Acute fJemnhj, "isthifm Hmnilntis andCu
sumption Price 10 ce ta an I J I
C0SHM-.D1O IIIK HI.D I-OU H)l R
MONTHS, and almost blin l, aud cured by
one boi ofUilmore's Neuralgic ('tire, tor
sale by Theo. Troupe, druggist.
CUUKS ruil IMI.KM.
Files are treciuently preceded by a sense ot
weight in the back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has sotnl) effection ol the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms ol
indigestion are present, flatulency, unrasintec
ol the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
leg, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching I'llff
yield at once to the application of Dr
Boaanko's Pile Remedy, which acu directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing tbV
Tumors, allaying the Intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price 60 cents
Hold by Ad n.m.n. V fv
A It I.I I lltl.K .Wtlll7l.K.
For enterprise, puali an 1 a desire tn get
such giols as m 111 gire Ihe trade satietacliou
Ad Ilakbaus V Co , the druggl-t', lead a I
competiiiun Dr llosanko s Cough and I.iint!
hyrup, Ik came it's Ihe best nieiicine on the
market for coughs, colds, croup an I ritnary
contumption I'rue 50 cents an 1 i. Sam
Wlml (lie- nli.ikcrn lli-lit-M Almut HI
eae Thej bate learned Iriim many jears
eipinence, that nine tenths of all ibe diream
ot mankind arise iroiu iinerlect digestion ol
food, fur this reason tbey him-sp.nl mrs
of labor In preparing the Shaker llitract . f
Hoots (Siege 1 a hj rup) and It oppe rules like
n charm iu all cases ot in bgiatlun
It is not what e eat that makes us strong,
but that which we digest. This is the doc
trine of the Mount Lebanon Shitlera Peo
ple who are weak and languid tired and IVt
nle often wonder The reaou la that the
food eaten does not ghe strength b-catise it
is not digested The Shaker Kxlratl ol It wis
(Siegel's nyrtip) will restore the illi'isMon to
a benlihj condition and drite ana the head
ache, the pains in the side and buck, Ibe dis
tress after rating aud make the sleep afford
It II Moore, diuggist at Chainplaln, N' V,
writes "We are using ) our me in iue in my
family for constitatlon, resulting Irom djs
iepsla, with the most satislat lory results "
llse Shaker Tar Caaaiilea tortnuc-ha
Seeilt'a I mill. Ion ur I'urti Caul liter (III,
Willi ll)iiiillii.ibltea, lor WllalliiK C'lill
elrell. Dr S Cohen, of aco, Texas, sayi "1
have U9ed lour Kniulilon in Infantile wait
ing, w lib good results It not onlv leatores
wasted tissue, but gives strength, and I heart
ily recommend It for diiea.es attended by
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white, bme ilei ajalta iu the urine i ervoiianera,
tremhlltu; ronfu.iou of Ihoiiittita watery aud
weakevra dys, , , .l,i,i pil..i,.a pain
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Hiot lu luo market
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Call and ex
FOR SALE BV
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nd for Descriptive) Catalogue,
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M rrirl j. rnom or youni? men contemplating
uurr j wart of pIiyMcuI vTenknes-j ls f l'ro
rt t veil Hen liuixiieiicv ur ai y otner diniunl
ifi i ti iirt lilyrplipvel He who jUcen him
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jured ihemaelTea I; liiuroir lndulgenoe and
ailnaijr halil a wlilrli ruin bolli wind aud haul y,
unhttini; tbeui for bualnesa, atudy, aociotx or
DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
ma be rcllnl upon for rtlitf In all tin
fi Mb thru it mill liin-a; ami, for tha
ne l iiireeif scvire leileN ur Cougli, It
lit i i in il I . .1 Don lie i, lionncau'-,
Id ii.i lii l i,. ( .write-: 'Some' tlino
n 1 ci nil iiltel, In cpotire, a icttro
C tl mi I foiii,!! After to or tbreo
in mil - I b,p in to think tin r would be
no ebiiv'i' for Ibe belli r. I iittention
belli,, due in il tn Ajct'a Cherry Pectoral,
I procured it bottle, nnil be gun t-iklug It. It
Cured My Cough
before llio fir-l bottle vtna tipcl, nnd j
rup It r untitil mi he illh." A. J.
Dm- t bi-iiii. Kniia . writes "Thia
fprliii, 1 look ieieie t old, whkli te Itle d
on iii lun. In three elna It lice una
iiiu-t el tin tilt nnd iiltiful for me to
brcitbi. a .ocii na pok!ik I got a
bottle of er'a( litrrj I'ettoi il, nml wis
IrJinit! ri llocel ittul cured b its use. "
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
I III I' Mil Ii Mi
Dr. J C. Ayer & Co , Lowell, Man.
For sale bj all DrugglitM.
IMF OI.l) 1-OtkS aT IIDMF'
1 S w in. Hoarttof lleallli cstimult-i that
O l fn ti?( U-en dfntrufd by the et loaire
q a jlif-M J petrolemu I( mjer) htniMfhoM would
lo.i heUlntP "ral ol for (aioily use, none o!
ttieii n innate sccldeoti woul 1 occur
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baa ti np f tn defects uenallv- f und lu rummon
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WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL
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lulit In ol i aa pure ai'rl lit. water It Kite, a
tru'iK, ilea I lljhl, and hum. tnu li longer than
If the White i-eal IlurnlnB oil li not aold ln jour
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