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suuruxiuuj, AVEDJN.EiS.DAY V1NUNG 2sr0 VTLBER 23 loo.
lUlns Uwa a uaerT for to irars aaaa
lialtir.jmadiwai.ee-aurdba bruise oil the
lri;..ina: lining been carol by the cnici
Kcitnuu wtieu all other method! and reme
dies tailed. I deem It my duty to recommend
th-iu I Milted Hot :-prints to no avail, and
tried seven! doctor wltnaut success, anil at
last our lrliiclil arujUElst. -Mr. John , P. tin
Uydoon.mi 1 shall eerteel eratelul". spoke
t me about I'ctiil . and I contented to give
them a trial, with the remit that 1 am per
lectly cured There lsno uo lore about me.
1 tbtuk I tanshov. tlielarvesl surface where
in) aufferluc sprang from of any one la the
Male. Hie Cnnu. Kkmum are the beat
blood and skiu cures manufactured. I refer
to dnuTKist John 1'. Mulay and llr.li C. Mont
iMmerj.batlniftlila place, and to Dr. Smith,
of Lake Lee. .Miss
AUWMILU UKACIi. Greenville. Miss.
.Mr lleach used the.iTicca IUurmes. at our
request, ulth the results auote. stated
A 11 ll.L i. C0 Unionists.
SA ED XV MOIHEK'S LIFE.
Eeersluce I can remember, my mother haa
suftered from a mlllc lee Nolutnc would do
her any good. Miehadthe lest medical tal
eot. but llie all did her no good f he suffered
tth her leg for thirty yean and never Knew
a well day Mie vroMl hare to fit up half the
ulght. holding up licr leg and moaning t-he
had no peace she used all the beat known
remedies In the ennnlrv without effect- 1
asked her to try your Cl Tin. at UtmlMRS. Jot
lier a bottle of lincim Ktil.iM. and she
uwklt. and has taken tnatlstxor seen bot
tles, and now the Is a well woman today. Her
leg is entirely healed and her health was
never better. Mie can go out every day. aome
thlni! she has done In ten Tears, an you see I
annot help stating to you about yourwonder-
luivrririRA krukuics. lou nave aavea my
mother's llle. I cannot find words to eiprets
my gratitude. I have advertised four Citici sa
llkMKiniL' far and near
LUU il.li LlLHLR.lVvBroaday.X.V.
Citiciei. the great skin cure, and Cmciat
Nr. nnparedtrom It. eiternally. and Ce-ri-riKA
lU..Lir. the new blood purlfler.liiter
nallr. area positive cure lor every form of
sain and blood diseases, from pimples to
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ii-Send IiW'IIowto Cure .-Un Diseases."
64 pages. SO Illustrations and 1U0 Illustrations
PLES. It lack head, chapped and oily
HKin prevented DynnjciaA ji.dicatid
The dlstrislns sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, the
acrid, watery discharges from the eyes and
nose, the painful Inflammation extending to
the throat, the swelling of the mucous lining,
causlrg choking sensations, cough, ringing
noises In the head and spllttlnr beadacbei
how familiar these symptoms are to thous
ands who suffer periodically front head colds
or Influenza, and who live In ignorance of the
tact that a single application of brOE-
rUniCALCrai rua Catarru will afford Instan
Hut this treatment In cases of simple Ca
tarrh gives but a faint Idea of what this reme
dy will do in the chronic forms, where the
breathing Is obstructed by choking, putrid
mucous accumulations, the hearing affected,
smell and taste gone, throat ulcerated and
hicklnccouch gradually fastening llslf upon
the debilitated system. Then It Is that the
marvelous curatlteiktwerot spniD8 kam
mCra manifeots Itself In lnttantaneons
and grateful relief. Cure begins from the first
application. It Is rapid, radical, permanent,
biMoKn't lumen. Ci ai consists of oae bot
tle of the Rimci. Leas, one box otOiTiaan
n NiLvivr and one laraovaD Iihilxb. all
wrapped In one package, with treatise and
directions, and sold by all drugglsta for ft 00.
Potte' Drug and Chemical Co . Boston.
Pains and Weaknesses
Instantly relieved by the Cutleora
tiui-l'aiii riwator, a new. most
t Jzreeabie. lntantaneous and Intal
Utile pain killing plaster.especially
adapted to rcurieremaieraiasana
Ueakneses Warranted vastly su
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fect Antidote to I'aln. InflammatlonandM eak
cess yet compounded At all druggists. 35
cents, Ave for si 00. or. postage free, of Portia
Daru jvnCHtuiciLt'o.. iloston. -Mass
Martyrs to Headache
Seek relief in Tain, until they begin to
use Ayer's Saraaparilla. Then they re
gret the years of suffering they might
have escaped had they tried this remedy
earlier. The trouble was constitutional
not local ; and, until Ayer's Sanapa
rlll did its effective work as an
Alterativ e and Iiiood l'urifier, they were
compelled to suffer.
The wife of Samuel Page, 21 Austin
St., Low ell. Mass , was, for a long time,
subject to seero headaches, the result
of stomach and liver disorders. A per
fect cure has been effected by Ajcr'a
Frank Eobcrts, 727 Washington st ,
Boston, tuns that lie formerly had ter
rible headaches, and until he took
Aver'a Sarsaparilla. never found any
medicine that v ould git e
"Kverv Spring, for eara," writes
Little V. lieVeau. 3H Fifteenth St.,
Brooklyn, N. V.. " I have had intoler
able heidaches. 1 commented the use
of Aver' Sarsaparilla last Marth, and
have not had a hedathe since that
"I sutTered from headache, indiges
tion, and debilitr, and was hardlv able
to drag mv -elf about the houte." wntts
Mrs. M. ill. Lwn, of A Kt., Lowell.
JSai.s. " Av er's SaiauriIIa has w orked
a marvelous change In mi case. I now
feel strong and w 1 11 as ei er."
Jonas Ratnan, Esq , of Lvkms. Fa
writes "For ears I have suffereil
dreadlull v, e ery Spring, from headache,
caused h iuijiurit of the blotKl anil
bilonsuess. It feetued for das and
weeks that my head would split oen.
Nothing relieved me till I took Aver's
Sarsapanlla This medicine has iurrd
me C4uiplctly "
When Mrs. Oenerra Belanger, of 21
Bridge st , Spnugiiel I, Jlw , liegan to
nse Ayer's Sars.iiunlla,shc hal suffered
for some 3 cars from a serious affection
of the kidnevw. Li t rv Spring, also, she
was afflicted with headathe, loss of
apt-etite. and Indigestion A friend per
suaded her to Use Aer's barsaianlla,
which lienehtetl her wonderfully. Her
health is row erf ett. Hut rs to head
ache should try
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"Never af&ln may Loon ihy fonJ embrace,
NartoucLrd.f thj lip ujamy face.
Korinmy Leart thr smiuitby rua tio.
Lore's intent ami Jot e for bumaa woe
Thy .our mar nc.r rvaih mj "bid tig place.
Thy step h mlae keep ue er equal iacw
lnanyalkof life that wo nny Lnow,
But some time, with no footfall. Round, tii
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Unwu, a t-plrit curat ulm-. u, umhearJ
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The m..ul till trv inner M-ue U stirred.
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Cur ie l) i lu Chicago Tm en.
CAl'TUHIXG THE CHIEF.
Hlnck llulie vr.m MtiirHwil to Us a
Mexicnli, wlnie nal name a not gvinr
ally known, but lij his conlcler.ite .is
called Ciit Kiilx', mill Kin' n tall,
Knuut ami erj ilirk is.ii;inl Xillow, the
leople wlnre lit was onl) known in a
deslierado mid roblur, j. ie liliu the o
brnjuet of Illatk HuU-, a luinc that
reallj Uiiune a butiear lie wiis a
shrewd, d iniiK fellow and t i r mi meil lo
kuow just litre the lim-t lior-e" t ro,
and Iiow tho wtix- M-citm), al-o wlun
pruatc familfts or count rj Morti h nl
au nionej jib.nu tin in. and when such
was the cax-, the tiruprii tors imijit l
sure that lilack llulie would cUe tlitm n
call, unless, forsooth, a watch wis stt to
retiiie him, and if there w.is, ho was
sure to Hud It nut and forlnar to put in
an appearance, at least until afttr such
How he kept istctl about such mittrn,
was something of a conutulrum lo tvtrj
Ixid) not actual!) engaetl in the business
with him, still most people thought the
knew just how he got his information, if
called iijwn to do to, could 1 ij their h inds
onthevcrv man and no mistake ltut.
notwithstanding m my hthtmeshid licen
devised to dttevt the various siisjiccttsl
culprits, no one hid eitr Ikhmi found
Kvery effort to capture llulie had
hitherto proven abortive, liuclthir tiutrtti
his pursut rs, or threw thtm oir his track
and tli us escaped Hit 111 Twice ho htil
turned upon his pursiitrs, surprised and
dispersed thtm Hit- feats of art fill ! ir
lug excited no little ambition and dttir
mination among the people, especiallv iu
the breasts of j oung bloods, man) of w htim
longed to be the boasted captor of this
shrewd bold roblxr
He was mualh attended, it "oems bj a
grcattr or less numU-r of followers, at
cording as the prospective harvtst was
great or small At t lie time of w uh.Ii w e
write there had been quite a nuuilitr of
horses Molen, besides oue or two stores
robbed of a considerable sum of 1110111
As Usual, on the disclosureof such tvtnts.
great excitemtiit and confusion 1 revailtil,
and before this cooled down ton rational
baais, and a part fitly equipped and sent
In pursuit, the bold llube, w it It his ill
gotten gams, was man miles aw av, run
ning, as he eur tlid, for the pathless
mountain region, where it was ntt to
impossible to capture him, because of the
difllcultyof tracking him fasttnough to
As this sagacious robber chief lutil liecn
K) unsuccessful! pursueil herttofore, tin.
leading nun of thecountr, forming thtm
sehesi into what thev ttnnetl acoinmittee
of safety, made a st lection of eight of Hit
most resolute ami trustworth) ouugimii,
offering them a considerable rewurd in
mone to keep up the pursuit till the) cap
tured or killed Ulack llube, and a gob
watch to him who nctuill did the deed
1 he part so selected w as to be intrusted
to the leadership of one Opt. llnidee, a
man who lud won great cretlit as iiMviut
in the Union army dunng the war. It is
hardly ncccsar to add that ever one so
selected readil accepted the olltr and 1111
mediate! rt ported read for st rvice As
I had served much under Opt. lirudcc,
and was well kuow 11 to him, I v as also
prevailed on to join this enterprise
Ever step was taken to insure success;
the party was well mounted, armed mid
otherwise equipjitdforaloug and t ITeclu d
pursuit; in fact, our watchword was,
"Black Ilulio must come " ltut, as the
Yankee said when he tackled the skunk,
that though he w.is "much the biggest, tin
advantage was with the skunk bv udootttl
long odds," so in this cast, victor, or
rather the prize, was won b those, and in
a wa least expected.
To facilitate the tracking cf the thiev ts
and traveling through a pathless country,
an Indian and a Chinaman, lxith consul
ered trustworth and tupert woodsintn,
were attached to our jiarty. '1 he Itidiiu,
however, was onl a half breed and little
known other than he was a grtat strollir
and huuter. As their mines w ere unf 1
miliar to us, and outlandish am wa , anil
as the first tiametl was rather dark, the
other v ery ellow, we humorousl) styled
them our black and tan point trs-, and so
called the one "Black' and the other
These men were dressed in Indian cos
tume and armed with old and rather
dilapidated guns and hunting kuiies, so
that if seen b the robbers would not
likely be mistrusted, but taken for whit
they seemed to lie, Indian hunters, thus
serving in some sort as spies or decoys.
At length nil fairl in readmtss for n
start, we set out on the pursuit, and, for
greater secrecy, in the wee sm ill hours of
the night. We soon reichetl the mountain
region where the robliers had e'lttred
Here the guards dismounted 11ml strucK
out to hunt the trail; this the mhiii found,
but ufttr following it for .1 few units tht
found the rubbers had tl!sicrsed wideh
over the country, w Inch rendered trat King
them almost impossible, 'lhen they re
turned and reported their discov er Opt
'Ilrudee told them then to ttk the passes
through which the robbers must piss,
where they would likely again find
the traiL This was done, and
this method was follow ed up, but
it was discouragingh tard. Our ad
vance was nlso still furthtr Iniiieded b
the jealous) and contention of the guides
They dilftred and disputed so much as to
the situation of the countr), the pissc"
disfmco, jiroinr was to thtm, and, 111
deed, aliout nlmost etr)tluiig, and the
jiarty depending so rrucli upon iliem. es
lieciall) in trailing, th it it began to force
itself IilKin our minds tluitKliek HubeN
capture was er) likel) to be still further
1 he pursuit dragged on The gin lea
luidfilleii much 111 the estimation of the
pirtv, and ("apt Bridee threattiuil to
send them bark, foi he cousidt red th.lt
they liad retarded ralher th 111 uictli rated
The guides were nc w out, and the had
been gone all da), mil thtirTCliirn was
impatiently awaited Late nithe evening
they came hurrying i.i from different
points, lxith with treat excitement de
claring tliat they hau been lired iijioii by
"Cap'n, me shot," said lllick, iiolnting
to Lis shoulder, which w. s ver) blood.
"Shoulder broke, think; me shoot, too;
kill dog thief, think."
' lllauk our Makers," ausril) retorted
Bnidee; ")our business was not to fight,
but show us the enemy And what big
thing have )ou done" turning to Tan
"Me see robbee, 100, captee He shoot,
zipee, hitrockee ver) close, piece sHppee
me iu face, me shoot plent) quick, an'
robbee fall, ely dead."
'Vely dead,' the thunder," retorted
Capt. Bnidee, derisiiel). "You and
Black, here, are 'v el)' bif tlonkt)s with
out an)thingtliat goes into the makeup
of clever donke)S Don't ou see tint
you have been shooting at tacli other'
Now, gentlemen, 1 am doue with 0ur
services, ta'.c up our baggage nnd 10-
turn Go immttliutel), )ou sliali not re
main another hour "
As it was late and beginning to r.vn,
some of the men liegged tint the) might
remain till morning, but the captain was
ineiorable and iersislel in driving them
off. Black went off with seeming indif
ference, for, though we little dreamed of
it. it was what he wanted; but Tan went
oft calling 011 Josj to visit sundr) bad
things on us.
As it was very rainy, for the greater
comfort of ourselves and horses, vie took
up our quarters 111 a small cav e that was
near, nnd secured our horses n little
farther 011 beneath a rocky cliff where we
trustep, as the night was bod, they would
not be molested.
Tan; In the meantime, though cry road,
did not think of leaving us, but had only
ana m little van and Tirenared to taass
'UMatlrfito a helsbt (rom whence he had
1 11 new ot our talimas Cut as the con
j tinned rain itmlcird Ills lodging un
pleas mt, he kit it iiml sought shelter
wht iv we had secured our horses.
Here belay down to ret, but was too
wet and mad to sleep though the soft,
warm night was ei) inducing He had
noil tin lure long before he heard tho
j In id 11s of a iiiiinlier of mm stittly ap
pro iclutig At IliM he thought it was
-I me of our pirt) coming out to see aUmt
j the hor-i-s, but he was s(K), undeceived,
I fur the uppioidttl trv ne ir him and
1 their leader tinned, mid said Inn subdued
"Here nun, are tin horses, take them
to our qmrttrs tht 11 hastui batk, wo
nilisl attack the men. I will lemaili lo
watch till vour iiiiirn "
Nil) ('apt IliiU, protestetl the men,
' lit us 1h sittsibd with the hursts, leav'
ing the nun iiiiili-turUil "
1 till vim, un men, we must, if pnss.
ble, h iu tint e.iplniii -mil ( bin tm.iii our
of tlit- wax i!k out t.m Inn k 11 gho-t ami
1 the other kill .... js,, huirv nwav with
I tliehors,s thin return, 1 Willi e main just
I where 1 am "
I 1 he mt 11 hasli mil aw ny w ith the hois.es,
and Hills' font was indeed he at down
on 1 stone almost in rt ich of Tan, to w ut
j nnd watch 1 in w is not loin; dtttrnun-
ing what to do Hi sfij arose, with his
I gnu in h m.l, and 111 ide a d o-h toward tho
robber, mid lml him stu-eles upon the
I imniiid with a
blow from his (.1111 liin-
ping Ills ik It ill twain lie ImiuiiiI his 111.111
hind and foot, tin 11 ran. filled with exul
tation, lo mouse the urt
"Hilloo-te Oipltt.nlle wakee up' ' be
shouted tMItedl) at the mouth of the
cave '.Ie conn Jle bloke Kubee's
head, gotcc him luil iitep!(Ut IIL.I1I.
Whewin-o' me gittv vvntcliee' He plenty
quick, mbl ires got idle lnssees, but com
lug kick plent soon Be vel) qii'i k,
c ipttt. 011111 out. hidee till the) come,
an- kill 'em pit lit limn."
We wtie greatl) surprised But from
this j irgoii, and 111011 like it, we s(,o!i
lririiislwh.it was 1 teres ar) to 1h dmit 111
tinier to sik our Imrsc. and nlsu some of
the niblnrs, wlnili we did when ihe re
tuniesl k'llling two wounding twonud
ciptuniigfourlH-sidis ISluk llnK'
Our stirj rise was sdH niore conipleto
when, coming to t miiiie 'lan's prisoner.
we found tint be w is ilieaikiiowIedLid
BHck HuIh' bv his me 11, and that he was
also our veritable Indian guide I
'Ibis explained how the loblsrs had
betn so surct ssf nl in their iariitiiuis..iiiil
also for the shtHitm between the Indian
and Chin imaii
Will, we returned withnllof ourhi-es,
also those the niblsrs had pnMousl)
stolen, and our prisoners, jet. after .ill
rither cn-st fallen, for it nan cleailj not
bj our oh 11 skill and iniiiagemtnttluit
we tscajied falling into the loblxiV
Ian got the watch James I Ikiird iu
Sjrnp ot Fig,
Manufactured only by the California Fig
SmiD Co.. San Franciseo. Cal.. is nature's '
onl) true laxative. This pleasant Call-
forma liquid fruit remedy ma) be hail Et 1
l)r. Casper's drug store, 50c and SI bottle. I
It is the most pleasant, prompt and tffeel-!
ive remedy know 11 lo cleanse the sj stem; to
act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent
ly )et tlioroughl): to disjiel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to curecoustipatic-",
indigestion, and kindred ills.
Over twelve thousand person attended
the hist of Mood)'s revival meetings at
In llrlef. anil to the faint.
l))sepsia is dreadful. Uisordered liver
is miser). Indigestion is a foe to good na
ture. The human digestive apparatus is one of
the most complicated and wonderful things
111 existence. It is easll) put out of order.
Greas) food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad cooker)-, mental worrj , late hours, ir
regular habits, and man) other things which
ought not to be, ha e made the American
people a nation of dyspeptics.
But Green's August Flower has done a
wonderful work in reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American people so
healthy that tbet can enjo) their meals and
llemember: Xo happiness without health.
Bat Green's August lower brings health
and happiness to the d) speptlc Ask ) our
druggist for a bottle, bexent) -five cents.
linn Hugh J. Jewett continues to im
pro c and his pin siciaus feel greatl) en
"Y"t,-Yv0S. thataxe fretful, peerish,
k,v'x"vv1 cries, or troubled with
Windy Colic Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, 'an be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains" no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Pries SS cents, fold bv
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
Several Indianapolis saloon keepers were
arrested for violation of the Sunda) or
dinance. A C vi.o. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of jouth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, Iwill send a receipt that will cure you.
free of charge. This great reined) was
discovered by a misslonarj in South Amer
ica, bend self-addressed envelope to Hev.
Joseph T. Inuiau, Station 1). Xew York
It is reported that the czar is massing
300,000 troops on the German and Austrian
"W rxvxvv t"16 good things of this
" life " sorrowfully let
alone on account ot Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
iil ot sjim, 1 iilrorniK.
Inl WolsiK) is vtr) eleenltsl on the
xalneof tires uniforms "lhe solditr is
.1 iieculiir annual,'' he savs, "who 1.111
done 1" broiijil to the bight st ifiltlciic)
li) liuliiiiiig him to lielieve tint he lie
longs 10 a regiment iiilimttl stqH nor to
othtrs around linn In their dcMio to
foster this spirit isilonels are gre ill aided
li) Imng.ihlc to iHtiiit to some is-uli in!)
111 dress " .xgniii hes()s: "IhelMter
von tins- a soliliir the Inure Inglil) lie
will In thought of b) women mid conse
quent 1) In himself 'I'hll ul. lpliia Call.
No CinhI i iirirs iii I'nrls.
I thoiicht I would die for the want cf .1
good ugir while in Paris It is almost
impossibH li. e.et a n ill p-oil clg-ir iu
the pl'cc A isrson net iistomesl lo
smoking the Cigars III the I. uiUd Mate-s
nnd then tackling one of the aterage ti
gars found 111 Pans, or aiixwhere ilse iu
Trance for Hi it 111 itter, w ill givo it up 111
ili-gii-t before he hs taken many puffs of
It. Evirvbod) smokes cignretles there,
mid 1 gut heirtil) sick of the sight of them
liefore I It ft .lake Schatftr in Glube
Deinocrit Nut ut All XloiiolmiiiiiH.
She Illinois Is ceitainl) a great state,
Mr Wa'wsh, hut isn't the scenerj a trifle
He (in Hlinoisian) Monotonous Why,
cu can liMik for miles in all directions,
and exerUhing is ns smtxilh as can be
If )ou cad thut monotonous, what do )ou
think of the e-ust. v here there is nothing
but hills and mountains to look at
Philip II Welch in The Epoch.
seases, fcruie af Ui
-flTHLQPHOROS POWDER i
and elTf cWe. ftoUT.fuuv pw y
1 -.-is b.iir. Send b tthh to-
","iF-"Trr JT5. . - &
the lublil colore
"V3! r Ttu
1 1 m s - ai "'i
Beware of Scrofula
Scrofula Is probvbly more general than any
other disease. It 1 luildioiu In character,
and manlf ets Itself in running sores, pnvtular
eruptions, bolls, stvellines, enlarged Joints,
abscesses, sore eyes, etc. Hood's Sarsaparilla
expels all trace of scrofula from the blood,
leav lng it pure, enriched, and healthy.
" I was severely afflicted with scrofula, and
over a ) car had two running sores on my neck.
Took five bottles Hood s Sirsaparilla, and am
cured " C. E. LovEJor, Lowell, Mass.
C. A. Arnold. Arnold, Me , hid scrofulous
sores for seven years, spring and fall, liood s
Sarsaparilla cured him.
Is one of the most dlvagreeablcdlseases evtued
b) Impure blood. ItlsreadllycurcdbyUood s
Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier.
William Spies, Kljria, O , suffered greatly
from erjslpelas and salt rheum, caused by
handling tobacco. At times his hands would
crack open and bleed. He tried various prep
arations without aid; finally took Hood's Sar
aaparilla, and now says: " I am entirely welL"
"My son had salt rheum on his bands and
on the calves of his legs. He took Hood's
Sarsaparilla and Is entirely cured." J. B,
Stanton, Mt, Vernon, Ohio.
Bold by all druggists, fl; six for?. Made only
by CI HOODJbCO.Apothecarles.Lowell.Hut.
IOO Doses One Dollar
&CVVN.P lhe Children. They are es
DVKV " pecially llnhlo to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, hooping Cough,
etc We guarantee .Acker's English
Kerned a positive cure. It save;
hours of anxious watching. Sold l
t frank II. Cj'alentz, corner Market an
A private letter states that several of tin
1'anaina canal contractors are tinaucHl!'
I embarrassed, that a number of judgment
have lven secureel agiinst the coinpim
1 mil that the whole work is a practlca
1 Avtr's barsapanlla acts direct!) am
1 promptl), purif)iug and enriching tin
j blood, improving tho appetite, strengthen
I lug the nerve s, nnd Invigorating thes)s
ti'iu. It Is. in the truest seist., an altera
I live medicine. Kxcrj invalid slio.i'J gm
it a trial.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing S)rup, for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the. lest female nurses and pli) sinans Iu
the United States, and has been Used for
years with never-failing success b) millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the clillel troiu pain, cures djsen
ter) and diarrlnea. griping in the bowels
and wind colic Hj giving heilth to the
cluld it rests the mother.
Many ivopie Krri t Take t mi
I.iverOiIon account of its unpleasant taste.
The diflicu'tj hasb-tn overcoiiie in Jsrott's
Emulsion of Coil Liver Oil with llpophos
plutes. It being a palatable as milk, and
the most valuable limed) known for the
treatment of consumption, scrofula and
bronchitis. Phj siciaus report our Utile pa
tients take it with pleasure. Ir) bott's
Emulsion and be comiiictd.
ffl. 11 vx h -old Elj's Cream llilm alsmt
tliree)ears, and lmie recommended its Use
in more than a hundred speci il rises of ca
tarrh. The unanimous aiisirtoour In
quiries is, "It's the best reined) tint 1 have
ever used " Our experience i, that where
parties continued ltsuse,it never falls to
cure. J. ll.Montgomerj &. Co , druggists,
1 have usetl EI) 's Cream Halm for dry ca
tarrh (to which eastern persons are subject
who come to live here). It has proved a
cure. 11. F. il. Weeks, Denver. Col.
Kxcltement Over h xliireeliius t'tire. In
The newspajvers of Great lintain are
hllttl with accounts of the wonderful n
cover) of a joung 111111 who had been so ill
with asthma and rheumatism that he was
not able to He down iu bed for nine long
jtars. The cure vtas due to the Shakers of
Mount I,tbanon. X. Y. The) sa) that this,
likenearl all others, wrs the result of in
digestion, and that the bhaktr Extract ol
roots (biegel's Sjnip) effected this wonder
ful cine b) restorlngthe i'ige-tio orgins to
a health) ciinditiou, obvialiugentlreh tl ose
disagreeable turns of sick headache, bil
iousness, etc The feliakeis sav that ehey
have spent lift) ears in perfee ting this
reined) ford) spepsia, and that its iffects
opon tlie iliuestiieorginsis something won
derful. For disea-es of the throat or lungs
the) recommend the Shaker Tar Cap-ule.
W. L. DOUCLAS
Tbe only S3 SKAMLfrvSj
out lacica or uaua. k
Finest Calf, ;-errt fit.
llutlon auxl Lice, ail t?
ijirs ioe. as ityiisa od.
jiti duruiie s uiose t
au wear ine ,
L "DOUOLAS MZO SHOE U unci
cell4 for heaTT wear If not old by your dealer
write W. L. UOLGLAS. 11 rock ton, Maaa.
B0ST0X SHOE ST011E,
No. 9 t:A,t Main Street, siprlngUeld, O
Irsatfl Perscns Restored
Dr.KLIKE S GREAT
aTBKAn(&NltB DISEASES. Oniytwt
Crg faw Jrrvt Atftttunt f-Ul. FtHI'PTJ t C
IlNFALLlbLR i( Ulttra ft direct!. Ftfi mftr
firttdtr s ui Treatis- an4 ff trUl tottl frecio
Fiptnts tbey iiytriecTjthwrootiowrita
r-Me-l Sfnd Mmev J O at ezpre! tdtlrru nl
anit-itvifollii kLlVLjuiAirhSL J-hltidHnhi Pi.
IMU.LHAK VF JX1TAT..G FRAUDS.
LADtES ! curl or frizz
fcww g ,r ll.lr ssilh Ike
Xi Heir Curler,
nml ailtl ail tliktlflcf nl
n tun Jed If not witif acturi
A tliH.ria.Tl. HI 1 IAIIH4
Aicn Sitntil. Otic l'iMilimld.
4 UTUOM1ON Mfr--l niuAT.U'u
lhe Crrat UrlUh l-rccri(.tloB)
Currs II taXneix, iKnaatorrha,l
jftiitsstons. iMjmienci and &U Lis
eases cau M hj wlf abuse or in
disCFetlon. OneiiackHiroSl.sir S-i'
bxpobe Br maM V nto fo- Pamphlet. fAFTEn
EUTCkm Cliemlc.il Cu.t IK-trot t, Mlclru
Call on oradlrcis Theo. Troape.drurrint.
omerM&m&na uariet iireeii. opnnRse'a
DUO isfti Awnr
$6 a Day-:A Gold Mine
For Agents Grandest Money Making Iluei
arm erer oflered. A eolden harvest for the
next Two Months 75 l'r .viunthand ex-
;ne to active men to sell our eoods. Mo
apltat Brqaimt Xo peddllDK. Sample
case of eoods and valiuble Information and
full particulars FKKE. o liunibuc; ws
rll BEAuTlFUL WOMAN. VA
W "l frfl tlnll ramC my 1 W
W AV Imiim, mvbb. flla I.hiiii rMl- IK V
f elT wMtifiJ. Gbamplla Ifcs M
mm liquid Perl u u, - p?
1 liy S Utl. AJ
a rem 9
r KffM rim
f as ,
r -s bbbv
X. JX7 &ZJ
. -uui.' m
hwRJ1' rlr-- rSM M4 iriM
t oainrnn nv niTu.ii
' Clears out rat, mice. roacLtx. met. anti. betV
buga, beetles, lntecta, tkunki.
sparrowt, gopheia, inotht,molc. 15c. drUKjUt.
Roriiii h.n eons."
Ak for Wells' "Koiigh on Corns " ulck r (
lief, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunl ma. 15c I
'lint en oNiTcn.
, "Rough on Itch" cures skin humors, erup
tlons, rine worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
1 feet, chilblains, itch, ivy tioison, barber a Itch
Sue Druggistaormail. E. S.Wells, Jersey City.
"ROCtTIH ON CATvHKll"
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete
I cure of worst chronic cases ; also unequalled as
gargle f or diphtherU.sore throat, foul breath. COc
I CoxeiJros. A Co. of Wllkisbirre.rPa.,
will eiffer 5"0,Ui)J for the incendur) who
hretl their brraker. '
CeuVX. ftpv ssm
thousands enffenng from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English Ilemedy? It is the best
preparation known for a'll I.ung Troubles,
eold on pcsltivo guarantee at 10c, 60c.
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The )tllow ii ver t-piuriuic at Tanipt
Fla , is almut on r, the doctors and nurse"
Firs -All titsstoiiK-d treeb Dr. Kline's
(Jrtat N ive KiMortr. No lit-" after firt
da) 's use .Mirvtlous cures. Treatise and
$J trial bott iee to tit easts, html to
Dr. Kline, 111 A:cli treet. Philadelphia,
Bull's Coach hrrav will
Couth i once,
nee only 3 CU. "JotO
Sick Headache 1
BY V3BSQ THE GEKUISE
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Send us tho outside
wrapper from a box of the genuine Dit.
C. McXXE"S Celebrated Liver
Ptlls. with Tour address, nbinlr writ-
teiij and wo will seed you, by return
maiLamaeniticent narkalreof Chromatic
and Oleographic Cards. BBBBBBBBBB
Unlik. maar of th. asaDrt "Om" will k
Jut whu i. cUOiiMd for It. It la aamrmnlrrtl
to qalckrjrud rEIUiALTLl I LIU.
AKE YOU A SUFFERER?
CO YOU WANT RELIEF?
IT WILL CURE EVEN YOUI
WILL YOU TRY A BOTTLE?
81. OO rOR A QUART I0TTLE.
A 8a!t IavrMBirBt ft QaUk Kctajm.
rat Said by Dnvci.tf Win Merchantt and
Gntfl IlkMt-rs Tcrywh?r.
SACHS-PRUOEN & CO. 0AY79N, OHIO.
s inm-pitrnnvsorNGER ai,e
13 SOLD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
ivo 1 S3 Ms. for ou r ounce box of U l Lmbrold
tfrysU..wouiat$llnfckt.n. v uolbmlk Pair!
Ubi 1 fcent only Utc aj yUcatfon U accocn-puilt-d tf
MJDeifer.l TREE TO Alt.
! ij-'i pa-eMacnctlc Journal,
thclarotln tbwurlt.wlll bo
li.rllletl frf tf nn ni1.1rit. iw
can le obtuitietl by culUnc at
1115 oHlcc. Jcurual cu 11 tat as
humlntl-i of letters from pa
tlenli tliat I have cured. Send
me name nnd .wldnM on postal
tf4 ot jjr fricM tbn r lck aixl I ill nutl Umb JouraBl
re. I tft ti car all d - Canivtutloa Tnm.
OffFXCS, 214 W. rOXJHTU ST.. CINCUfMAXl, X
-tte HBBIBT'l !. WI
ri KK b thu New lurKOTBD
EEKATITE l AkXrHit nt.
tinnnui. miltL torithirirruiTniti f
ttj dirrcUy throujth all weik pit,r4or
tohr!i!i tnd ioroui8rrTgib. ttfrtr
Irlt tnaZanf vmaiif i-1ir lam In .h
uraut imrHwrof-nttovrr all otVr twit. Vfont ruetprr.
HuccDUycurrdlntbrvotrioctht. "&cfc4lrTiphltc. tamf
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 822 BROADWAY. NEW YOBS.
THK NEW DIPARTURB DRUMS
rv are made ltb patent double acting: rod ana
ul)tUntlAl and handaome.
I Used In tbe beat lUnJa and
Orcheatru Cnequa ed for
5 tone, f urpas. all other In
1 flnlali and appearance. If
neareit Mnalo dealer doea
jnot keep th-m, write to as
for Illustrated Cauioftae
LtOM HCALY, Chicago, Ilk
MICROBE KILLER !
Is now the race In Att.tln.Trx. 3Ir. Kailntn,
NuiserymHM, Auitlu, Texas. Is the Inventor.
He Cures hera Disease thit doctors Lave
failed to cure, tlier .nvo per.uus in and around
Austin are now mice It tend foreircular ot
his treatment shoulni; sworn statements and
testimonials ot cures made. Address
1VM, KAI) ISl'l, IIICKOIIK KII.l.EH,
WANTLU L A 1)1 E for our i all and Christ
mas trade, to Uke Hunt, pleasant work at
their own homes Sltotl per day can be qui
etly made. H ork sent by mill any distance.
Particulars free N'o camasJlnc Address at
once.CitKsCE.VT AUT to , W Jlllk street,
Boston. Vis Box 5170.
5 PKHMTltoraL W1HE3 aia
mcceaafully used monthly by orer 10,009
'J at per box byinalLoratdruggtala. Stolid
tnrtlniurt a poaiaee siampa.
Tbb Kcaaii CuxxraL Odh Dan
for tela by FramkB. Coblanta ui At
I -The Gmtcrt Core on Eutb for Pala. WU1
reliTonorBquktlTUun anyothor known fem-
rvBBBBk "? IJieunwtUm, NearmJirtxH
JSLLwLW. ?IIni-v Stiff rk. BrahVI
3GnBfc Ettnu. batids Cutii, tamt-B
fikMEI'n. llmrliT Hones, rrwt-binH
EMBrKSn Harkacbe. Vairur.&or-) Thrtl, H
JPMw3 rvrt&'ii'a. Wounjj, HeadAch fa
ISItbWSHbV Tootbhc, FpnuDS etc. iTicH
fwSwjjaBt Tk. a Uitla. Sold by till
rSllEirnB '"TTi Tl Ouitlon. Tlia ftrn
fc)mll Biamfttnre. a. U, Meyer A tt Solefl
This powder never varies A marvel of pu
rity, si renth and wholesomeness. More eco
nomics th-in the ordinary kind, and cannot
ie sol 1 in competition with the multitude of
low test, oliort ueliiht. alum or phosphate
powders -old only lu cans Hotjl Bimm.
I'owncaCii .lfi1lallMreet.Xew ork.
RAILROAD TDIE CARD.
rilKluirc, Cirrliinntl nml at. I onl. Rail.
wa Cumjiniij I'uu lluuUIe Ituute.
L inlersehciliile in effect Ssepteiubvr 13.
lbS7, tral'is Ita;eSiriut:heIil, central stand-
ar.i time, fur Xenu, l)aton, Uictiuioml.
at. liub, Chicago, ami " poiutti west anil
nortliwest. Cincinnati. Columbus and east
ward ei 10 a. in , for Xenu. l):ijton, illch-
inoinl and Imliaiiaiolis flu-JU a. in . for
Xeni.e, DajtiMi, Cincinnati, Columbi s, lu
itianapoliN. St. I,ou! anil Clueaeo J SO p.
in , for Xcui.i, Da v ton and Cincinnati f5 Oil
Trains aniia In SjirlnsteM at jTri5 and
!0i!0 a. ui . ii 40 p m. and 5T.0 p. in.
Dailj. f lailj except Sundij.
Mm Uoiuis, licket Agent
Jicv.iacd, Colarabas, clnetuBatl aac
i Night Express 'lJCao
U Ae VorX A Boston Express ..-...V) an
2 Cuvelanl i Eastern Kxpresi 3.tSps
f Mew York Limited Express v ii pB
9 Right Express lo to
Ci bPK , etc. es Kx. o to u
1 Lie HvIdip BucIcpth
.11 00 ass
il Cincinnati A Indianapolis Express.
3 Cleveland AClnciansMLxprcss ...
3 "oulh A West I xpiess
i Call . lna ,rt Louts Jt Kan. fix
arsiii trim cur.
9 Mcht hxpress
i tin riymic uuekryc
X I lave! in JL Cincinnati hxpress u 1 Jl pm
ew ur.l.ustoii Jttlnclnnatl x 'i J5pm
naivi rtoM ooctb.
8 Nljthl Express lJSai
ii DaytiU.burloirSeM Acwm fr t...
U Kew York Boston Limited
J I Clueinnall A fprlnufield Accom.
S Cleveuend A Eastern Cxpreu
! Ctnclncatl A bprtrjjflel t Accom-
1 40 pm
1(1 IB m
ti Hew York Limited Express-
No. 12 haa throueh aleeDera to New Vara an.
Boston without chanre.
No. 41s tbe famous limited express, eoso-
svmm. eoureiy oi sleepers tiasi oi cieveiana
InroaKb sleepers from Springfield. Make
Slew itrk u &!,S hoars and Boston In J4H
O. E. KNIGHT.
u.iv. ilcaei Agent.
a. P. A.
If. YP.nn. A Ohio ant ErieHoute.
All trains run on Central time 25 minutes
slower than city time.
Taenia LrxTi- uoixo cast.
Xo. t. New York Limited, dally 10 Z a. B.
" 2. Accom .dally . 3 n p.m.
Xo S cw ork last Express . ilp. .
Xo. 3. Cln X St. Louis Lx . dally. 2i a. in.
" 1 Accom. dally . , lu luajo.
" 5. bt. Louis tx .dally-. 3 tSp.B.
No. 5 has tbroush sieepers to at. Louis No
4 runs through to .New ork solid No chance
of cars tor any class of passeLKers.
1 ree hat lo tnlns to a! points east of, aaC
Including north Leuishurg
lor tickets to all points and further Intor
station, call on J.D. 1'hlioh.
Telephone call J10.
Iiiitiuua, lllootuliilon and Western Rail.
ARBIVK raoil NO&TH.
1 Ciuclnnitthxprt-si 100am
5 banduKkyandaprlntleld Lx .. 9 25 la
3 Columbus Mall 4 20 DO
ARR1VK I RUM EAST.
1 MghtFxpress . 145an:
5 t'hlcazu. at L Jt Laa. City llm. b So a re
T bandusky Mail . 10 35 n
3 Chicago, at L a. Kan. City Lx '606 pa
ARRIVE FROM WX3T.
2 Lasternxpress '120am
1 .tlantic .Mall 945am
6 New lork Llmltd 4 25pm
OXTART OOIIO VORTH.
Z LakeIde Express "iii am
4 1'ut In Bay i.xpress - 10 ii a B
5 aprlngtield and aandusky La .. SSSpk
. DKrART GOO RA8T,
2 Columbus Express ... 1 4."i a m
I Atlantic Mail U6oam
jlolumbus Accommodation .. 6 JO an
6 New ork LiTiited 435
PErART 0OlO WRST.
1 XishfEitreu MOS
5 Lhlcao.sl. L A kan City Mm 7(0 a
1 Chlc)..-t.L.A Kau.tttyLr- '515pm
Olil viutlieru ltallroad.
ARRIVE rROU SOCTU.
t Ilalnbridge Accommodation ... 9 40 a n
1 Mall and txpress 4 30 pit
OirART OOUG OuTB.
2 Mill and Express 10 25 a a
I Balnbrlde Accommodation 535pm
All trains marked run dally.&ll others dalli
except aunday. standard time, which it 2
minutes slower than apr nslleld city time
D. II. ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
Judicious AovcrtiSinq is the ,
KCVftTONC TO SUCCCSS."
The H. P. HUBBARD CO..
Jimicifltll AOVCRTISINCACCNTS HD ,')
r.BraTt DrsicNtRs. ehghaw- m -
CMS AND ELCCTROTTP1KS,
new riavew. uwn.
x Lowest Prices consistent with J
rirSC WMPa olin-oa
i 280Po Bloc Boo ort.atNa Mil
KlWfMNNS ttNT FBICTO 0- -1-
VRTlI" W " B,,,,,c" ml
AND WWT -U1IWW.
llala"l,T. . AND HOMTa
vr.--r 'ai M'" '"C 'T4'-TIS
I JAGEHTS sKt
To men and women of
n,y onj abilitj. tkln
Tal tna will t a;tea.
Then aahcrwcirLi oa ntm
r Hnclple which ufe la boc
n J clot hies enormouslj.
SamtilA aant nn twn
Weeks trial, on liberal trmc. a ts m.
turned at myeipenie if not satisfactory.
IaMnsie Hrit maUn,? it phraomloal saoooat
eriTwhro lllo-tratril cirraUr and trrma frwa.
J, WORTH SCLEM'f Pf 1710 F'm-cun Ave ST.Loois.Ht.
Bea Stlnsd Maa-
qulto and All
aad ererr tarn ofakia
ilsh. nosttrrelr oimd
eho post dminsS. akin
without iMTlac a asar, by
Zrlco sschk. aoctfc and n.
as aruacuta or ny smu.
ni. Jtaa 9m Ha&P Oa.. I?eir
lis. JRf nil lor suaiMaacD oynsnna.
For aale ny all Mptincaeld Orunlsas.
r If,. afka
r ? aaaaaA
a " I wMjw I
i aaft i on
Ananas -j. bs
Gaavcsx tamratr. nrvrLnstrntsaarra . .-if'., !-?:.; .--'-' .l. -h f-
DAILY AND WEEKLY, OFFERS
TO ADVERTISERS FOR
REACHING IHE TRADE
And Surrauntfing Ciuntits, ti thise f any other
Just at tht Btginning
Merchants shotM avail themselves of
THE COLUMNS OF
If you have Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Clothing, Carpets, Wall Paper, Books,
Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Toys, or,
in fact, anything which the people buy,
reach the trade through the columns of
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
of a very Busy Statin,