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GJXJBE REPUBLIC. MOM) V MORNING, OCTOJiJJR 2J 1885.
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TAKE NO OTHER.
ACHES i 1 PAINS!
"I arho aM ever' ' Whit i commori ex.
P' oi, and how m c,h t rnearis to nzr)
a poor sufferer ! These achoj tjavo a
c i" 11 I rr iro frequent j tharj Is goner
J M up 'i I thu causo is ttjo Livor or
K fJ 3 d easo s moro painful or
thin, ti c jr I no rerriedu 15 so
p 1 " 1 c as
N 1 rcmeau h 3 yet boq disrovi 1
v- is f " v ir, a' KiDNFY ! )
l JtRCOtJi? ANTS MA' ARiA, DYSFtf
S A, et aq j t t s b mplo nnd Ipirrri
I' S q arjd mod cal sk II have
Corrb ned with wonderful success tr;oso
rjcrhs vhicr) nature lias provided for trio
Ci if of d in r t strt nrjtrjens nn,d in
V icratcs trjo v hn'o y torn.
Hon 1hilleueHtevcns,the ill.tlrurul.hM Con.
emfutuian nnrt wntntnal IP w imniltfTwlinwa.
aiifT, rlnir Ii n, In ll.-i.t ti an I hi tti y iliseaw
' To Mlahlir. llrrlj 11:11 r, I l ll n It will cure
roil I liiiMi.lltIiirl lb In I ri.tlouandatJft..
Hon of the kiduej a ami It l tin. mi at wonderful
combination of iiji llilnal h. Mm I ever saw"
AIIHIIIjEH IIEIIB I3ITTEH8 CO,
525 Couiuiorco Ht . Philadelphia
Parker's Pleaiant Worm SyrupJIeverFalli
It nature'a own remedy, ma le from rooti k" Ii
ere 1 fr 111 tin f i rents iHfeorgW Die imtholliy
which tt h ma lo wj oMalne lby a half tried
from thu reek In lUti mIi i inhabited a certain
t rtlon of (tfhrlA which wm ciMUinnnUatPrl to
otio of 1)10 1 Aty tftllern hii 1 thui the fur aula his
lent hau Je J n to lh prtM tit tUjr rhealmo
cut re rnfii thp niftho! of iiiariufatturn twentj
years ago hy Mr I wift,o o of the pr bpiM
jr 1 neturn The ! 1 auj hHi bn ura lually i ti
er a 111 until a$10oo ti uh jratory la i.ow nertt
anry to 1 ply tht t u Ic A foreign ileutail 1ik
Iiw n ic 1 il ah I fiiUr(tt fat Hit la will be upc
eflnar) it ni U It ThiKfft
V.GETABLE BLOOD PURIFIER
Cancer, Ciiliirrli, Scrofula, Ec-
t'in,i, I'lctTH, IMit) u in 11-
tiHiu, Wood Taint,
licrJltary nrotliirwlae, without ttio usaol Mer
tury jr 1'itnsli
lu ka on "lontaluui lllonl I'dlfiiu" and CO
"HI00.I anil "kin )aniiM"iiillrl Irro.
l-or Bdlo hy h!1 tlru iflnta
llth SWIIT Hl'KCIFlC CO ,
N V.li' W nlM llra.Tl Allnt,(i.
25 YEARS IN USE.
Th Oretttit Medical Trlmnph of tb Agal
SYWPTONIS OF A
I,Gnrupprlltrt IluwrUcuailvrt 1'ttlu la
the heail, wtili a dull cntailon In lb
back pnit, I'aln under Ihn thuuldrr
blailft 1 ullneas after ration, wltbndU
Inclionfluulo exertion of body or mind
IrrltabllUyof Irmpf r, J.nv aplrlta, with
nfrellntiol bnTltif negleclrd aomr duty,
earlDraa IHzlnrai Hutle ring m the
Jleartt Uuta hrlorrtho eyrii itendacb
over ihn riiibt rre Itratleaanraa, with
fllfuldrrnm. I II a lily colored Urloet and
TCTT'.S I'lI.I.flarnesiitcl illy oilaptoil
to lucli raG9, 0110 iIiihu Lirictu biilIi n
They !nrrrai tlic A pirtllrn t ranas tha
toily to '1 itk 1111 h lrli(lni Itin aatrm la
nniirlaliril.nn t I ylhilrTiinlt Arllnll on
roliin I I rlrKU-ir. 1 1 nfurrKV SI..N.Y.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
ltinovatu4 tiiti lxly. mukfH healthy thbh,
Htreuicthtn ttio vmiV n pain, t hn wafitt-K or
tlmht 111 Willi purt) M n luii I Imnl iniiHt Ih,
Uum.4 tho mrrciUH HtsKiii. luiurtitt thn
hrain, an I lniait4 Uio vigor uf iiioiJiuod,
l. Hillhvilnik'iciHU M
fcirPH'C 4 I rfliirrmrNt.. IVW YnriM
H I J C llolluway hUI furnUh HJNFKAL
('.Hill W1M IihiIh uf oJ (orpuratlou limit,
until further uotiii for ( aahur Hi fyulfalent,
FrriK 11(1 erne tery . 2 50
(JrHotimnunt 2 00
Irlih ' btholh ( t .iHery i I )
Herman (othullc Coinetery 3 00
WE HAV EIQHT COACHES,
An4 j rliei will ? nullify Uj rilling on ui d
rut for carrfaifra
Xo IVr (Vnt. ilUvn to UudcrtHkorB,
OutilJe of old Torpor. itlou Una it
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All tralna run hyCintial time, which la .
nilntitra alower than foiumtiiii tlni
N. It -'Daily tl'all nccft Monday. All
oth ra, dally, exit t Mln 'ny
as tenor I or i.im ni...
A Htor) Hint tliei I'reel lnl Unrn Told to
Opd HitrnnrJ telle the followinR ilor; of
I'rcsiilerit f.lncoln ' In Ilic Mrly pirt of iIip
wnr of the ritn 11 ion , hb it U termed
in Amenta, I h) ihlif ot iti;iniiri on the
st tl of tnernl (leore II Mi UIiI'hd, ccm
niHLilitiu llie Ann ol the l'oioinni, willi
hirtiliiiarters l tlint time in llie city of
Wellington It 8 tin ule 1 at n council ol
r liel I hi hmlonurtors lo fortify Wni' mg
ton I'lnns ( I tht fundi au.l ihc Inns of the
fortiGcHiiona wirp acuirditiRly prepnreil kdiI
the works were constructed in due time, nnd
nheu lompleled ihe (icntral invited President
Lincoln hii 1 hijiHlinet tun renew of the
troi9 Hnd au Insptction ot the fort
nnd lines of lurtilicatioD tin the da p.
pointid tlieinapir ion lommented nt Arline
lon, to the pou'hueit ol aaliirgton, Hnd in
front ot tlieenetn We lollowed the line of
the works souther!) and recro'Hid the I'oto
inar lo the enterl side ot tho riter and ton.
linueil aluni; tlie line eiisterly ot nshinKton
Hnd ihto the Ihht est of nil the forlifiCHtions
on the northerly side of Washiniiton. When
we renihid lUia point the presidmt asked
(ieneral McOlclUn to nplnin the niesil of
o strong a I jriificHtiou I1hii U Hshlugton
and the north
"tleneral MiClrllan replied 'Wbr, Mr
I'n'ident, atrorilniK to miliiHry ruence it Is
our dot to Rturd Hgalnst eery possible or
jiippo"Hhle continjeiic that iuh Hiisn For
eiainpli, it under an tircu'imtanie", how
ver fortuitous, the etietnjr, Ii an chance or
reuk, 'liould, in a lail rcort, net iu behind
W Hshint'ton, in b m t tl its to rapture the cily,
why, there the tort is lo difend it
"'Ves, tlmt'sso, geuttMl, eaid the president,
he precaution is doubtless a w iiie one, and
I in (tlad to get so ilcHr an eiplanntion tor it
re Minis tue of an interesting question once
IHtussid for neyeral weeks in our Ijci um or
moot court at hpriuglield, 111., soon aftir I
liPtfan readtrg Ian
'"Mil says (ii neral McOlellan, 'What
iueiion was that, Mr I'risident'
"The ioetiun, Mr I.incoli npliil, 'was
'Whj ion man hati hreHts'' nnd h ad
I'll tlint ulur many iteuings dtlmte the
iiiimmoii wassul untied lo the piending judge,
bu niaeljr ilrridej 'lliut II unler Hny tir
(UiiHtincf, howerer fortuitous, or by nny
chance or fnak, no inatur ot what nature or
by what cause, a nmn should hare a ImIiv,
there would he Ihe breapt to nurse it.
I mury Siorr' I Irnt Fee.
I once heard hturrs, 8y a W ashington cor
re pondent till of the fl SI fee he ewr ii.
ived He was first admittel to Ihe tar
irul was in the ofli i ot a prominent lawer
ot an interior city in Illinois. A farmer who
had a cow killed by a mil war train etnlojed
hmi to prosuiite a suit for damages, an 1
Slorrs got a verdict tor 17 i A few days
af er the farmir came in rub! log his hands
in great glee, and congratulated htorrs on
the eloquent speech he made to the jury
'The old critter wasn't worth more than
115 ' mid the Urmtr, "and how yon got U'i
i r her is more tlmu I can i imprtlituil It
must have lieen that speeih ot yours I
know it was that speech, and I'll pa liberal
Iv, mr lo. Have you collected the judg.
"1 have, replied hturrs.
"I hen we'll settle and I II ii ou libirally
Storrs handed out J 11, saying "There s
four shiire of it. '
How a that? ' asked the astonished
'Well, you say your old cow - was worlh
ml (l!j Hnd uu admit my edli whs wortlj
(to Am I ou sail-fli 1 '
"Waal, no," nspondel the farmer "I
dun't think it qiiiie honest '
' Ihen take that, u blank lormnrant,
i Inline. Mr. Hturrs, throwing out nnuthir
hlorrs had only one child, a son, tleorge
5ati ris, w ho at last Hiiounts was in the oflue
of Cbauiiir l)i pew, it the .Sew 1 nrk On
tral railrnad He had an ndoplrl daughter,
who some two or thrte enrs apo eloped troni
n boarding school near New l ork with an
uctur. A lelcgruiu whs ticeived at tht) i Ih e
of one of Ihe Chicago in wspnpers Hiinnuncing
the escapade, which bad occ irrid some days
bef-re, and the editor sent the distatcli in
manuscript to Slorrs, who hap ened lo be at
a il'imer I arty, with ihe words, "Is this
true'1 wrirten under it He took out his
em il Ht the table, tttti r rea ling Ihe dispatch,
and under the Inquiry wrote llie worls
"Vesj plensa publisli the fact without com
ment. Ilirther itlMII lIlUl HIV ll,M un.l ruui.nna-
iblllij fur that girl en led when she vot out ot
A tloiHt tliilile,
Verbarium a a otpital game, but it re
quires some Hpplication, Ilich player Is pro.
vided with paerHnd encil due holds a
watib and one a cllilininry, A word Is
ckoen, sa Agriiullure 'Ihe one that has
the watch cat's "Time, and then lor pre.
tisely two minutes each player is lo write nil
the words lit chii from the letters lu ngiktit
lure, In ginning wltk Wterward two
minutes itre llkeise ociupied lu writing
words br'luiilrg with the other letters ol the
ihosiii word in turn.
At the i nd of the first two minutes time is
inllid, Hnd I o that his writnn fewest words
begins by reidlng the first one tht he has
wrilleu. All that hue It say ' yes,' till that
have nut ny ' uu and each out that has it
(omits one lor each mm that has not. For
Instance, if Becu are la)iag and three hate
the word ' argue' an) four haven't It, eadi
on that has It marks tbe ligure 4 against the
At the close ol tbe gaum all tbe figures are
added, and, ol course, the one having Ihe
greatest sum It the winner.
Hoinew hat like this, but eaaler, Il Ipell
Ing; game latrlj lulroiluced Irotii Kngland.
The first player mention any letter ot Ihe
alphabet, the fconilany letter that, annexed,
to the fust, would build tuwanl any wold,
the third layer adds another letter, that,
with the two already given, would help form
any wcrnl, and o on. For Instance, the
(lilt player may say "II," Ihe next onelhlnka
of "board," and lays "o." Tbe third, no',
knowing what word the second had In mind,
thinks ol ' borrow," and sav "rj" the fourth
adds "n," and a wc.nl (born) is finishid,
.Sow, the point of the gmne Is not to let a
word stop with you, cither by finishing it, as
No I did, or by belnt; unable to a Id any
Utter that would hilp to form some longer
word Of course, proper names, contrac
tions i n I ob o ete words are forbidden.
II Oirrlalitiil Ilia (irii)l(ea no l.ungar,
Detroit Free I'reaa
F"or some years past the driver of a milk
wsgon with a route in the eastern art ot the
city haa been engagi d to a girl living at home
on Sixteenth stieet. The marriage day has
been st two or three times, but something
Iim occurred to prevent a fulfilment. The
girl probably got discouraged, and the first
tiling the milkman knew he heard a report
that she was to be married. He ttacrd this
report to an authentic source, and lurther
learned that she was to step off last night.
Hiich treachery filled bin soul with frenry,
and be armtd hlmsell with a tetolver as long
as his arm and put In an apiiearancc at the
house just the invited guest" bg-in to assim
Me The otject of bis wrathy affections met
him In tlie coolest manner, saying"
"Well, it isn't my faull I waited for you
' Hut why didn't you send me word that you
were going to be married? '
"Oh, I hadn't time You have no idea how
busy I hale been."
"Hut this must be sloppi d it lhall be
stnppi d I"
"l'lei3i don'l noy head aches, said the
' I tell you I'll kill rouielndy, li shouted
"Well, wait till afer supper come, don't
be so noi-y. '
Her father came Into the room just then
an I took he revolver away from ihe young
mm and ihiti threatened to thrash him if he
didn't ah ike bands with Ihe groom When
he hd elone this ho l'"i :.. aland by and see
his girl married and afitrwHrd to ent stiprer
with the o.rieie. Tho more beer hcawnl
lowed th , more of a philosopher he became.
In go'rg home he was picked up by an oth
cer, an 1 In court yesterday morning he said
lo the judge
"1 kis-id the brlle, shook hands with the
bridegroom and lent 'em my horse to go on
a bridal lour. If that don'' show that I'm a
good man you may send in up for a year.
Willi Street slang
U W heat'ey In IHrj er a Magalne for No-ember
block-brokers hate h dialect of their own
that is caviare to the crowd. I, ike the trade
marks and 'shop terms of intrrbants, it
tnu-t be ixplained to be intelligible to the
multitude It is r Ithy, pungeat, ecintillaticg,
and sometimes rank It precisely character
ises every variation and sect of llie market
A biokir or oierator Is "long of stocks"
when ' carrying" or holding them for a ri-e,
' IohiIo" himself by buying heavily,
perhaps in " bleaks " composed of
nny number ol shares say 1,000 or 10 000
bought iu a lump, nnd Is therefore a ' bull '
whose natural action is to lower his hora9
Hnd give things a hoist. He "forces quota
liors" when he wishes to keen up the price
of a stock , ' balloons" it to a height above
its intrinsic value by imaginative stories,
httitinus bhIcs, and kindred methods, takes a
1 II er," or small side venture, that does nut
employ his entire capital; "Il eB kites ' when
he tipands his credit lieyond judicious
bound- "holds the market" when he buys
snthcient steak to prevent tbe price Irom de
clining; "milks tbe street" when he
holds certain stock bo skillfully that
he rais-s or depresses prices at pleasure,
and thus absorbs some ot the ac
cessible cash in tbe street, buys when tbe
' market 14 sie k trotu over-speculation , keen
ly examines "points' thiories or facts on
which to tiiise stieculalion , "unload! ' when
he sells what has been carried for some time,
has a ' swimming matket" when all is buoy
ant, "spills sioek ' when he throws great
quantltiea upon the market, either from ne.
cecity or lo "break,' I. e , lower the price.
He "sa Idles the market" by foisting a certain
stnik ujion it, and is ' out ot " nny stock when
he has sold whn' he hild of it.
A firm Ht llirtlett, N II , turns ont 1,H00
bushels ol shoe eps euch working dny.
Il is with ion upon Ion of canned r.lbit
tint Nevada hopes lu regain a lost furlune.
The mane e I a mate resell el from a burn,
ing stable at Manchester, .S. II , turned white
J. I. Perkins, of I.aikawatma, Pa , has a
lame frog that tan clear twenty feet 'n a
A New ork dentist has made the discover
that women who talk most lose their teeth
The first white inbabliant ol the borough
of McFCeesport was David McKcc, He settled
there iu 1711.
David Whalen is Bald to be the tallest man
in Philadrli hia He stands six feel levin and
a half inches in his stockil g bet
Au Hnglish paper rtports that during re
cent explorations at Nlneieh aetrifudum
brella whs found in one of the temples.
Thirteen un.l h half Indies 14 the length of
the fen of a man lmttg on Indian farm,
I.ewiB county, W a He 14 but seventeen
Old .Spot, Ihe horse that (ieneral (Irant
used Ht icksburg, was sol 1 lail year lor til
hi order of the qiiHrteriUHSter, nod hns no
joined h cire us.
Tho West Virginia penitentiary, at Mounds,
ulle, con'Hlns 274 prisoner-, Hgniest 21i at
Ihe same time lil e(ar One-tourth ol tht
number are ce 1 red
Hercules W ilson, colored has resigned his
sent in the Georgia legislature, git ing hs h
reaon thnt he can mske more money by la
ing brick at from $1 to ib a da)
Seither press nor j ublic should be silent in
combnting the a range prejudice against vac
elnatinn, in declaring it to lie the first safi
guard against tbe most horrible of deaths
Mrs Tabor, Ihe wife of the Coloralo mil
lionaire, probably has more money at her
own command now than her firmer husbanu.
She is estimated to be worlh $2,000 000.
At Faimew, W, a , on Monday, Ihlrly
tive head ol average sheep were soil tor 51
ce nts apiece I ive ears ho the same grade
of animals readily commanded f I to fl a
Two bones of the ele ohaa priinogenius, and
others ot siime other glgantie animal, have
lieen found lately in Colorado. One tusk 1 e
longed to a monster a quarter as large again
at J imbo.
Julia Ward Howe's age Is ungallantly
given by Ihe .Sew Yoik World hhe haa
turned I er seventieth year, but atill has "a
won lerfullv fine" lace and her "dep-red
golden lair' is now nearly white.
It is ripirted that fifteen F'reoeh Canadian
latnillea left Montreal Welneiday fur the
I idled Slates, and that twcnt-fire mure
lamilies will leave tola, to obtiln employ,
mint in the laitonea ii the Sew Ruglund
A torn lestlval Is soon to be given by one
ot the Denver churches, at which the dicora
lions will lie compote- of lornstalks, ears of
corn etc. and the menu will iuclulecorn
cake, corn bread, coin fritters, corn start h,
popped torn, and the like.
Accorlliigto Professor Tyudall's Investi
gation, the slngulaily Hue color of Ihe water
of the I, ike of deneva la due to tbe pretence
uf aniall mineral particles, probably derived
from glacier dust, brought to the lake by
drainage from glacier ilrcama,
BFIUCE, HAUK et CO
BRUCE, HAUK & GO.
17 and IB High St. and Arcade,
EXCUSE US, PLKASE,
For asking the question, but
have you got your fall and
winter suit yet? If not, let us
suygest trat you net it to da,,
and tiat you get it here. There
are several good reasons why
you should do the former, and
twice as many why you should
do thb latter. You ought to
Because the weather demands
it; because you will find an
unbroken assortment to select
from ; because you will avoid
looking shabby. Whether or not
you accept the above sugges
tions, come and see us.
Come and see how amply we
have provided for your com
fort. Speciil offering in
BRUGE. HAUK & CO.
Th0 OVIV IOHI,tT i,,a I- I),.. -. I .,....-,
It. J ua hns. r arter line wnk. Hnitr ir n, I f u t
nrPTJHl. t,nllU ll ,rtl ililetTl v ntler Mr
a varl, ty or .tylea .n I rtie. s. 1 1 ',y nnklM
m everywheie It, ware or wurttile.. Imitation
' e,"1"-' ",, -- " , - n-ti name 1 n llie ool
irano rmsoa-T rn . rninnan. lie
Tu llat Internal Hempity.
Brandreth's Pills, the best medicine known
for all discus, s. They are purely vegetable.
The 8me do9e always produces the same
etlect, other purgatives reqiire increa'td
doses, and finally ceHse Hcting. They purify
the blood The invigO'H'e the digestion and
cleanse the stomach nnd bowels They stim
ulHte Ihe liver Hnd carry off vitiated bile and
other depraved fei rill n9. Thi first two or
three doses tell the story. Thi skin beiotnes
clear, the eye-, bright, the mind, active, d
gestion is restored, cusliveness cured, the
animal vigor is recruited, and all decay ar
retted. Anu'brr large river, the Kasii, Ims just
been dheovered in Africa Its length is un
known. F ur hun Ired miles abuv, its 'noc
ture with the C ingo il is six miles wile
Thou 'amis ot hitpopotami inhabit its waters
The banks of this 1 utile river are tlmkly
populated b a ban Isome warlike people.
In London reieuilv Mrs. vl e key, Ihe
milllornire s vt if-, gate h dinner, at whiih
the guerts ate Irom ge hlen disl es set nut
upon a tabic male e nlitel ot ro-es So
doubt wi bin a -tone 4 throw were di z-ns ol
me n ol the l,srus lpe, whodtned thai da
UP) lln Il.xliir. I'reni rllia ll,ilor"
lleiause the know not what ilse 10 di or
because sometimes a lit'le liqu ir serves lu
kindle ihe iihiu. ted fi-es of dige sluin ltul
this liq tor ptesiriptiou is a bad busiuess tor
the patients, for It mikes drunkards out of h
large majority of them llrnwus Iron Mil
ters dies not kindle a temporary lire Ii
nourishes enruhe, stre ngthen purities It
drives out debility and dyspe psis, au 1 sets
the luvigoralcd system at work on a basis of
When Senator F.varls met Sam It rnbarilt
tbey shook hands, and eotili 841 1 the looked
exactly like a lapitiil
That insidious, unrelenting m.senger of
death, cotisiimption approaches his vie tins
in a variety of ways, but in no form is he to
la so greatl feared as In that known as 'gal
loping consumptiou ' Ho swift is he iu his
work that it seem iuipos-tbl 1 1 si iz a
weapon with which to tight hlia otl or tty
his progreas John I" Hpaulling wrote Irom
rnranton. Pa that his Iriends exrecled tosee
him gn ufl in a galloping consumption " Br
the use ol Mishle r s Herb Bitters h ontuined
a new lease ol lite, an 1 now he is iu the en
joyment of Ihe lust ol heHMh
He oil's Fiilill.iiin of I'lirei ('ml liver (111,
with ll)oiheiphlttaf lor Waallng Ctltl
elreu, Dr i Vi Cohen, of ;co, Texas, sayi I
have uied voir KiuuUlnn in Infantile wait.
Ing, with gool results It not only restores
wasted tissue, but giv.s stteiglb, and I heart
ily recommend It for diieain attended by
I atrophy '
(I ffl (HwU
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 stylos. Do not fail to see our assortment
of Cloaks, it is the largest in the city.
CARPETS ! CARPETS !
H flfin yards new and desiTab..3 Carpet to select from, the
f UyUUU largest stock in Central Ohio. Our prices are the
lowest all the time.
.TrLes-D bo ttall y
BLACK BROTHER & CO.
llr. Ilrownirg, tbe pcet, In eHnh ot health
and inspiration, walks five bouts 11 da
A Oreitl lllaf iivtrj
Mrs. Emma Ulirk'a Combined Medicine
and Hair Restorer removes a 1 dan Iruft
trorn tho 6ca'p au 1 renders it perfectly
healthy. It will cure all diseases ot the
scalp, alo cures neuralgia headache, ner.
vous headache and removea pimplee Irom the I
face, restores gray hair to its natural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of the hair.
This preparation is peneclly Iree from pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hmr Restorer is pre
pared and told by Mrs. Kmma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or her au
thonted agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
trial. Price tl er bottle.
For Bale by Ad. Bakhau k Co , Druggists,
23 East Main street, and II II Wolfe, corner
Market and High eireeis, Theo. Troupe, T. J.
Jasper, Monlanus ft Uarwuod Hint M. W. 1
Webb 4 Co
One of the most commendable remedies
known for that disagreeable ailment, piles, is
Dr. V. Motts Quiik Pile Cure Sen 1 your
name and a two-cent stamp to P O Boi
1552, Cincinnati, O , for valuable informa
ouliK Men lte.n Tlilat
The Voltaic Belt Co , of Marshall, Mich., I
offer to send their cilebrated hlectro-Voltaic
Belt and other Klectric Appliances on trial
for thirty daje, to men (young or old) afflicted
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When ihere are no oilier complication;, a
few applications of the celebrated I)r Mott's
Pile Cure will cure tile worst kind of a case
ot Piles. Adlress B i 1552, Cincinnati, U , 1
for iaslructiont on-elf-cure
Sufferers trorn the effects ot quinine, used
as a remedy tor chills and fever, will appre
ciate Ayer's Ague Cure, a powerful tonic bit
ter, com;o8ed wholly ol vegetable substances,
without a particle ot any noxious drug. Its
Hctton is tcu!iar, prompt, anl powerful,
breaking up the chill, curing the fever, and
expelling the poison from the system, yet
leaving no harmlul or unpleasant effect upon
If you or any ot your trieuds are troubled
with piles send name and h two-tent stamp
to the Dr Molt (J lick Pile Cine Cj, Box
115., Cincinnati, O , for a treatise on sell
cure. "My daughter hns taken the 2 dicine faith
fully, according to direction, and her health
and spirits are now perfect The humor is
all gone from her face I wish every anxious
mother might know what a blessing Ayer's
Sarsapanlla is in such cases '
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in tbe back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, cauaing the pntlent to suppose
he has some effectlon of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, latulency.untasmffB
of tbe stomach, etc. A moisture like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles
yield at once to the application ot Dr.
Boaanko'e Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon tbe parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure Price 50 centB
Hold hv Ad o.n-.n. -
So remedy ever gave quuker rill f 'ban Dr.
V Motl'a ljuick Pile Cure Send two-ieut
stamp ft r self treatment instructions, o B x
1D52 Cln iniiHli, O
a un.l tm.K iitiu i i:.
Fir enterprise, push and a destr to get
such g 10 Is hs will give the t ade satisfai inn
Ail BskliHiis U'i, the druggi-li, lead ill
competition Dr llosanko s Cough hou I ing
vrup, tacau e it s th lestmeiii ine on the
market for coughs e olds, croup and j n nary
cousuuiptlon Pnci 50 cents and (1. Sam
iiliat the SlukiTH llclievi Alioul IH-
eHai Tlie tuive lenrued trorn man iHrs'
exieriincc that nine ti nths of h11 the dlseiises
ot mankind arise from imjerteet dig, slum ot
food, tor Ibis reason the have spent ;ears
of labor in preparing tbe blinker Kitra I uf
Roots (hie gel's h rup) and it opp rates like
a charm in nil eases ot indigestion
It is not what we eat that makes us strung
but that which we digest This is the doc.
trine of the Mount Lebanon Shakers Pee.
pie who are weik and languid tired and fee
ble oftey wonder. The ruison is that tti
fool eats n does not give slrennlh beenuse it
is not digested The .Shaker Kxtra, t of II ots
(Hiegel's nyrilp) will restore the d gestion to
a health condition aud drive hwh) Ihe head
ache, tbe pains in the side and back, the dis
tress after eating and make the sletp afford
II, B. Moore, dtuggist at ('hamplaln, K Y ,
writes "We are using jour melieme in in
family for consniiation resulting from dye
pepsia, with the most sHtishu lory results "
Dae Shaker Tar Capsules tor rough"
Kiut-pr I hit Avinlmof inutufulliui rudonca
eaunntf l'riuatar leiy Nrrruui Debility, Ioat
Mauhoot, Ao .baviny tnd In vaiu arary know a
ramedy.haadiamverail apimtilentftnaof aalfnjra,
birh bt.lLMPdj-RrU tokUfallow-HMfffKn
P. p. P. P'S
Popular Pullmnn Pnlaco Pnrtios,
Crnnil ExcurH ons . .
Will leavn I hlriigii, NI I'll ill Hint Ml. T.011V
' tor l.o iluiele.. Mien I'meit Lt i linil llulio
II11I11, MomUy l, I. lv No. Ill mill llrt. II
IMaA, ror 1 areluilttr. aildre .
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Siitifsafully treat"'! iiiieen
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ItasdlseoTend Ih, ureal -i rein 'heworll for
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chsr.ea, linp lei , 1 kcwr,l I in, n, vousdciw
lanuo riiilnsl n ,t lie.- pn nation of Ihe
heart timidity rem! u g, liiotie-M t si. lit cr
Rllllie.. dlMe .is ol the ho I throat no-e or
.kin I'cu 1011 if Ihe hf,r loiia stoma Ii or
t ela-thus ternhle is I, rs ans ne from the
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blhchtlnt their most raiunl h es or anllcita
tfons rendering in rrlaice in ,-sllle
IV Kit VOUS DKItlMTY.
Tho-tf nnliprlr k Cm in Se-rnin IM-illfy, ihe
ayiniio itif Mhidiare a lull listrct-.l mind
whl h unfit them f r lerTir in their 1 tmlrt-reii
bikI hot a! lulu i makt haj v iiiHrrleitjei Imp m
t 1p diatreti ihr ai tlon t tin It-art raiif-im;
rtufsiien of lieil lnmlu uf i int erfl fore
hotllrifT'i rorarltcf fiar tlrteiuiK nhiirt breath
Idim, mrUiiiliiy Urn t-Hsily .f l til ny anl
harp a i rpftrem e to alo e fiHiiiif bi tirplin
the tnornliiif m when rtirtrK l''t iiiaiihKKlt '
whitr bine ilotiii in thi unn- i rrvoiinp
trfinhlini; ft-nfii-uou nt iliouslitn watery an 1
weak pfm llyt pi ron-ti'ftti i iMieiiv-Kn pln
ml we kresi In tht llml- etr , nfioui 1 t nsult
Ull VLIJKi.T luiinpiiiateiv anl b rtatored to
EPILEPSY OR FITS
l'oaltivrl) Ciiri-d Ii New anil er
fulling Metliuel, anil u (inurauleo
(ihe ii in Kht Care.
TernonA lliilncit hi H-mMi I13 t'nlt-irn(l I'r-t-ii fr- tt lm Kt-ep IrlllliiK with Iheiu
MuihIi iftnr Month, (tltlnc I'oUnmii.r. ami Injurious Cuiu-IMiimtl-,
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)PI I IT I 1)1 P "MTIPV2 Perfect -1 in 01 leases which lM?e been nejilecteJ or unaklll
Il iJJl ilil)il l IV J fully treble 1 So px erlrueuta or I ailurea I'rtlea treated
by malt in 1 exiirpm h it where nini 1 nrfluual conau tatlon la preferred
J,nWeEE0 DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
THE BATTLE OP
Among the P"0tnararher has
bioglit tondbrful Changes.
Will nowpa for on u dozen hand
Corner I'leiHaiil mill I, itiiestnne streets
Ordinary Itubber Boots
always wear out fl .ton
the ball. Ihel IMll t.
Boots aro dou it tut k
on tho ball and c,tm
ifott tctmcmlcol ltntibi r
Itoot In tho m&rU t
lasts longer tliau any
oiuer ouoi aim mo
Call and ex
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in hf nor asi kp tleman, and confidently rely
upon hia aklll ai phytlrlm
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In nifd attlvt rul am) full Tljtor restore t Thla
Jtiir Mti! RJiitlon which rentiers life a I urden
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tiiH vi t to f imp fin r lndulfceiite The most
rriMsfr must a knowledge that the paoniAns are
th Knit inannet hv which thn whoie world la at
Ir tetnl liestroy them an I what have we' Man
ii o Iniiiter lnieretted in tho opeor.'t aex the In
ter- hat e oi that hliMful reivnae whifh atlracta
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man ciism to ewliit (ml made him the world
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DK AI Hr K aidreft-ea all thoe who li ire In
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