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IHh DAILY OAIUO tiVUMiti: WEDNESDAY MoKNitill OCTOBER 15, ml
5 .- v S fix? W tfpi
IBm THE GREAT
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
.More Tlironl. Nnrlllni;. fcprnliia. Itrulars,
Hum. Mritlil. from Jtllea.
Attn ill. di ii in muiii.v rti.Mt m mita,
tUd tJ irliiit .ml UcI.t. .i.rriiric.-.. I ill C.UU a bollle.
llirwtlniu to II Latiii.fftl.
THE II A lil.l'H A. VOUH.KII CO.
t maMMMiA.tuotii.uu) Stlilwura, aiL.Cl.ii
.Pick ncadncho and relieve nil tho trouMca Inc.!
dent ton bilious slutuof the system, such as Uii
riness, Nsusea, Xroivginesa, Distress after catlne,
JVn In the Side, Ac. While their moat ruuork
aula nucu.es bos bet a shown in caring
Hcadnphe.j'f t Carter'sLlttlc Liver Pills are Wnlly
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
this annoyinj complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of the elomarh, atlniulato the llvi-r
aud Kgulatc tho bowels, JCvca IX they only cured
Acne fliry would be almost priceless to thrum Who
tuflVr f rum this distrermiiiu: complaint; but fortu
nately their KooUuessdoea iiotcndhcre.aiidtboBC
V ho once try thcra will find theno little pills valu
able In so man v waja that they wlllnot be wUUiifc
to do wittwut iucau l;ut after all sick huul
Ii thebanocf so many lives that here la where we
tnuka our prcat boiuU Our pills euro it whilo
Others do net.
Carter's Little) liver Tills ere very small and
Very easy to take, Onocr two pills tnakea dose.
They are strictly vcri table ami do not gripe or
pnrRe, but by their pentle act ion please all who -ttscthem.
In vials at i.'5 cents; flvo for SI. Cold
by diugjjista everywhere, or sent by mail.
CAJtrat MEDICIXE CO.. Sen- York
In Hard or Soft, Hot or Co!J Wuter.
PAVES I.AIiOIt, TIM I? nnil SOAP AMAZ
INitl.V, ami irivos iiulv-rHl .Ml i-din-tlou. No.
fcunily, rich or poor, bhonld be without it.
Bold by all Grocers. UK W A ItK of Imltntlotll
well dnaieiie.l to mislead. 1 ' I . V ( : 1 . 1 N ih the
(IM.V S.lli: In I n .r saving eouipoiunl, nuj ul
&'jt beam tliv above uyuibol, iukI name ol
1'VI.E. MiW lQIiK.
If you nrc bilious, dyspeptic
or constipated, a few buttles
of Mops and Halt Bitters will
cure you as they have many
others. An occasional use of
Hops and Kalt Bitte gives
tone to the blood, strengthens
the nerves and promotes per
fect digestion. Do not be
persuaded to try something
e!;;c, said to be just as good,
but get the genuine For
sale by all dealers.
HOPS & ftlAlT
DETROIT. Mir.ll '
Swept into the stream.
Ouo Thousand Acres of Lund aud
"Bllit .Smart of licurs."
On the deck of a 1,1 MUnUsip,,! u.m))
lood an atjed Muuihuru i)l,.iii,.r, Iiidh utlti by a
weep or ul.Vm the wa.erx the boat win puKslnit
over, bo said to a pasvni;er from the North:
"Whin I was twelve years old 1 'killed my first
bearou a new plantation my father was then (tit
tlna out of a foro-t tha', grow directly ov.r the
waters or this bnd. Mhat was a miuhly good
plantallon, and H..tu a rlKht smurt of bears
there, too. Hut that one tlioiian,l a res cfl.ud
went Into the M solMlppI years ao."
It Is puttlnn no strsln upon the fl ture to ray
that Kreat foots of youthful ,,p,,. wom-nly
besoty and manly slrenulli nr.. .e-, In n... J ,1
way i-ry year Into t::, ureal, lufbld lorrm.i ",f
r.1. . "" " ' 11 """u " l bu ko. "h it
, It Is so Is a dl-umce a. w..ll . . M. ., 0)i;
rslariioly too latele.s or too slupld to d.'li'nd
llmlr urn llilcri-.l. ..Hi,, .,.. 1...'
la health, 'J hat none, u of;tti Disease Is
s.mpm, oui i n'i.."iie fir liiinratine, the
Simplest thlllKS ! tu lit miiII IU eo'DUlva
proposition In t'onlo hectli.n. As the hiiiiu
' Wsstura rivers, which so oli-n II in a iini cites
,tlong their shoies, arise In a few mountain sprinna
aoall our all men in can be trareil to Impure bloud
inq p piumji h""' " I1'"".'.' t-i i,Kn",
The most i-ftV'r.'lvi' ati'l li.eiuilve renieili fur ills
a t, r. ..,ivt Ii K" " " HOI
aonrcea of ptl 1 an1 wi aklieas. In rspoime to Its
Ih. II.... I.l.,...... 1. , 1
.... I. Ill'4UIMi'U 'I'MVfl' I ... .1...
Pllllfui 1U" IIT'T, huii,t,f, ri,ii,n;i utiii n.rnri IIU
fm tholr work afirsh, nu'l disease Is driven oti',
he T011I0 Is not, however, au Inloxlosnt, but
vriw m iwr pirirnv uriiia. ii tw run uri
pepals, rbotitustisui, or troubles winch have rufue
id lo yield Iv vluur aeutaf ilvre Isyo'ir help,
Vl ia-- - A.-K''-'
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Publisher and Prourietor,
of New York.
FOR VICE -PRESIDES l1.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
ol Indiana. ,
CARTE It HARRISON,
FOR CONGRESSMAN. ?otn Dist.
F. E. ALBRIGUT,
ClVAnd the bilaace of the Democratic tlrliei
8 TUTU'S ATTORN lV.
We are authorized to anmtnnen lint Vr Am.in
L'lek U an Indeneiiiboit. rtiniltilutit f.ir sttui..,aAr.
lorney of Alexander County, in tho ayprjachiujr
We are anthrlnd to nnnnnnr., Witldim V Ttnt.
ler tfi the ltaiiuhllcun ennttid itu fn nii.rti.m in ihn
oiHcuoj State's Attorney of Alexander County.
We are anthorlzed to nnnouneo .Mr. Alexander
II. Irvin ai a i indeoeudeut eandidule f ir re.
election to tho ulll e of Dlrcult Clerk, lu the
cciuln electl.iE lu November.
We 1. re authorized to aunouueo the name of
Utehard Fil.,"riM as a ctidtdutu for re e ectin
to tiie olllce of Coroner at the ensuing Noveuiaer
A PRACTICAL REFORM.
Gov. Cleveland Imu jut pr.tclically il
histnited what lie mount when ho suid "A
fiulilic office ih a public trust," find if, in
case of his election, ho shuuld as president
dons he is don j aa governor a revolution
would take place In tho civil service. A
clerk in the office of tli bureau of labor
statistics at Albany was detected in send
ing private telegrams und having the ex
pense charged to tho office of which be
was chief clerk. As soon as it was brought
to tho governor's notice the clerk was
promptly removed. It cannot bo forgot
ten that whole payes of Mr. Blaine's new
book were sent through the mails as part
of tho Congressional Record under tho
frark of members of congress, which were
used both as campaign documents and as
advertisements of tho work in question, and
that much of the time whilo at Augusta
Sir. Blaine's chief clerk was an employe uf
tho government Hnd paid from its treasury.
No account is made of tho vast amount of
stationery belonging to the government that
is used for political purposes, aud, in fact,
many employesof the government are guilty
or doing, practically, what tho bureau
clerk in Albany did, aud fur which ho re
ceieved his discharge. The only defense
the clerk makes is tint it has been the cus
tom with him and his superior officer to do
this aud to pay for their dispatches when
the bills come in at tho end of tho month;
but tho accumulation of several months'
bills do not show that lie, at least, has been
lately in tho habit of refunding to the do
pirtment tho cost of sending his private
Oov. Cleveland has the same rugged way
of dealing with iheso subjects, as refoim
governor, as ho did in dealing with the
officials in Buffalo while acting as reform
mayor of that city. Chicago News.
ILLINOIS METHODISTS FOIl ST.
Among tho uuusual developments of tho
present political canvass is to bo noted tho
resolution of tho Methodist Conference of
Illinois to give its support as a body to St.
John and Daniels. Wo huvo at hand no
late stutiaties of the strength of tho Metho
dist communion in tho btute of Illinois, but
ten years ago it had 1,321 churches with a
membership or 108,120. This is no insig
nificant body in n state whose population
at that time was about two and three quar
ter millions. To what extent tho Metho
dist, voters will follow the Conference, of
course mere Ih no means ot calculating, but
It will be suukieut to add to tho disturbs
influences that are at work deranging tho
usual basis of lluuting on results. Tho old
almanacs tiro obviously of little Use in fore
ctstiiig the result of tho next election.
New York Times.
j. ANOTHER LIE EXPLODED.
From the Cbls9 Times.
Capt. M. T. Lynch, of IlulLlo. is in tho
city. Ho was a deputy under Cleveland
when the latter was sheriff. In rcgitd to
the cliargo ot btulality madu much of by
tho Republican papers in that Cleveland
asniHted iu tho hanging of two murderers,
Mr. Lynch said: "It is a lie out of wholo
cloth, Tho hanging was dono by Jake Eu
recke, who has done that kind of work for
thirty years. I helped carry O id'ney to Iho
"But John IMliil.intion, ho siythev
'I dntknoweverythin' lan in Judeo."
1 hey certainly knew little ir they did not
know that tliii Barest, quickest and most
,.. . .... ., ,, Vlml(,( uronxillllH, COUCIIH,
cold in tho client &c, is Dr. Bull's Couuh
Prayer For tho Conversion of Eng
land to tho Ancient
Alarming Nuws From China and Tonqnin
Land and Naval Ennforoements
The Educated Classes of Russia Greatly
Incensed El Mahdl's Mention
to Invest Khartoum.
the bishop's pkaykk.
L-jiDON, October H.Afur tho cele
bration of mass yesterday In St. Peter's
Church, the Iilthop of the diocese and
f.ho clergy and congregation, num crlmi
fi'JO, proceeded to the khel n a nf V.lu'-ir.l
the Confessor, lu Westminster Abbey,
wuero mey Kiieit an I prayed for tlij? con
version of H and tl tho Htwlmit f-.lth
'J'lioy were uof disturbed by the vergers.
Visitors at tho Abbey weru much u.tou
bhed by the proceeding. .
TDK FKANCO-CII1NKSK WAR.
l'Aitis, October 14.-IA letter from tho
Freuch Consul at Shanghai tha senior,
European Consul there. Is published.
Tho wilier promises that tho Frem.li wl 1
not attack Shanghai or Woo Sung, un
less China violates the law of neutrality.
The Intranni'jeant, Henri Hochefort's u
per, asserts that the Government has
just received ulurmin.' tiewn (rem China
und Totiquln. which It U wltliimioniLr
from the public.
Pakis, October 14. Tbe rumor that
General JJrlere do l Islo his telegraphed
for reluforcements to be sent him atoi.ee
is contlnrted this afternoon. De Lisle
toicgraphs that he is unab.e to curry on
further operations at Kep with the pres
ent force under bis comniarid. He U
compelled to keep within his fortiilca
tions and act on tho defensive,
owing to the large and well-equipped
army which the Chinese have lu ho
vie nlty. He states that the Lu Chuan Is
falling which will limit his operations to
guuboat-f, and will nxessltatu a much
larger force of troops to allow him to re
fauuie the offensive.
Admiral Le.-pes alio telegraphs for re
inforcements, stating that a lare laud
force will bo necessary to capture
Bkkmn, October 14. The closing of
tho University at Kleff has great'y
Incensed the educated classes of Rus
nia. Tho excitement among the stu
dents of that country Is increasing.
It Is reported that the university at
Charkoff has been closed. The Prus
sian Government has resolved to pro
ceed against the rebc.lious studcnU with
me utmost vigor.
TO STARVE THE 0AI1RISOX.
Cairo, October 14. It is reported
from Kordo.'an that Mahdl is arranging
to Invest Khartoum and starve the garri
A Myateiious Assault.
Coxconi), N. II., October 11. Sunday
evening a young lady about twenty
years of ago s'.uried on foot to go from
tho Fonucock House to the house of
Jeremiah Stevens, three-fourths of a mile
distant. At half past six o'clock she ar
rivod at her destination with her cloth
ing covered with blood, which llowed'
from gashes on both wrists. All she
could say was that ebo remembered
passing a certain large oak tree besldo
tho road, and tho next she remembered
she was sitting beside tho road with
gashes lu her wrists copiously bleeding.
Sho appeared greatly frightened, and
could give no explanation ol her wounds.
There was no other evidence that any
assault had been attempted. Upon yie
left wrist there were seven gashes, two
of which were made through tho dross
cleeve, and upou tho right wrist oleven.
The gushes weie parallel about a quarter
of an Inch apart, und so deep as to'bleed
freely. The affair Is shrouded In mys-
tcry Tho young lady bears an excellent
A Cowardly Deed.
New Oui.kans, La., October 14. A
double tragedy, orlglual in its nature,
occurred at K.Ilsvillu, Miss., forty miles
f Mil here yesterday. Deputy Sheriff
Robert T. Snipes, Jacob George, a tele
graph operator, and two or three others,
broke Into tho County Jail and offered a
negro prisoner his liberty on condition
that he would kill Mr. Schumacher, a
druggist. Tho negro aureod to tho
terms, and calling tho doctor out, shot
him, Indicting a desperate wound. Tho
citizens were very Indignant, and tho lu
ftlgators of tho crime, In order toremovo
the witness and work upou the feelings
of tho people, organized a mob who fired
a volley lino tho negro, Inllictlng latal
wounds. Before death he made a full
confession. Suspecllug that this might
happen, the ci liiilnals slipped from tho
crowd and boarded a tralu lor this city.
The police have been furnished descrip
tions of tho lUKitlves, and may effect
their capture. Simula they bo returned
to Elllsvllle, tho samo mob that shot the'
negro is prepared to receive them
A Cyolona lu Mulnc,
Lkwihton, Vk., October 14 Yes ten
day morning about eleven o'clock, U
hurricane swept over tho Barker Mill
district, at Auburn. It struck, a pine
gr..ve, overthrowing about fifty trees.
The tin on the roof of the inuln building
was raised, but not carried away, making
a teirib e nolso and a'uruilng tho opera
tives of tho mill ho thai nioHt of them
rushed out. Tho roofs of sev
tral rwddcuoe were carried away.
A little boy on tho Iron
bridge which crosses tho llltio Andro
tcoggWi, had LU cart blow.t Into the
river and only saved hlin-elf by hanging
to tho stringers. Numerous chimneys,
trees and bums were blown dowu In
tho ryclone's path, which was circuit
w., varying In width from a fosr
rods iu a quarter of a roll The
dSlilUfTM Mf.ll mnnisl a I L. J
dollars. No loaf I Mo J<jn'1&
Jilok HkrYIhgtotf tryrnar.
Wasiiixoton, D. C, October 14. To
tclllgeuco from Dover Indicates that Dick
Harrington, of safe burglary notoriety at
Washington, in connection with tho dis
trict ring trials, u In a critical condition.
lie was stricken with paralysis yester
day, anu is saiu to do dying.
To Beat Her Kecord.
Hahtfokd, Con it., October 14. Maud
S. will bo started at 2:30 to lower her
record, There is considerable wind. Ttio
opinion Is tho mare will not eclipse her
Clevolund per'ormauce. Blair, herdilver.
however, expresses his confidence that
sho will oeut her record.
Fire In the mountain.
Wheeling, W. Va., October 14.
Large forest on Peter's Mountain, Mou
roo County, In this State, are being con
sumed, and thousands of acres of valua
ble timber and lumber destroyed. Many
families are homeless, and the destruc
tion of personal property Is very exten
sive Tho fires arecuused bv carelessness
of hunters, who kludlo them at night
wueu in camp und neglect to extinguish
them iu tho morning.
A Dangerous Band of Counterfeiters
Wabash, Ind., October 14. Threo
men who have been dealing extensively
In counterfeit money In Lafontalnc, this
county, were arrested thero yesterday.
All ure strangers, and refused to glvo
their names. Large sums lu bogus
silver ooln were found on their persons,
and they confessed to tho passlos of
several counterfeit sliver certificates In
addition to the coin. Tho ccrtillcites
(me of which, it Is alleged, was accepted
hy the first Natioual Hank are admir
ably executed; but the coins are badly
finished. 4 Two other member, one a
leader of the gang, will bo arrested with
in a day or two. There Is no question
but that a dangerous 'band of counter
feited hero has been broke u up.
The Spirit of Jeaa-t James Holding Car
nival lu Ohio.
Cleveland, 0., October 14. Henry
Muck, a German lad, seventeen years of
age, was arrested .ate last night for ar
son. He Is cburged with settlug fire to
a coal car on the New Yor, Pennsylvania
& Ohio tracks. The lira occurred last
Friday morulng aud was put out without
any damage. Fur some time the theory
has been entertained that tho Incen- lury
Ores that have been started lately and
proved so destructive, have been the
work of young boys, whose brains bavo
been filled with Jesse James stories. Tho
arrest of Mack Is thought to solve tho
mystery. He has already confessed to
having set Hie to several places, and lias
Implicated others, who wbl bo arrested
Grain and Provisions.
TUESDAY, OCTOHEU 11, 18t4.
bT. I. OU1S.
Cotton Stowly; tniddnutf. B'jaiO' i.
Poouu SttMi'ly. X.2LX to enoico, t--ii VJ.35i
Wukat Weaker; No. i Rod, "Vi'.V.'.'c;
No. 3 Red. tl7'r" iix'c.
Coun Weaker; o. 2 mixed, 50c; No.
S white mixed. o;c;uc.
Oats Firmer: No. S. 'JtlKfyfio.
KV ! inner; .No. s. olii-i-'o.
Toiiacoo i-irin; lmrs; common to choree
fO.00.itW.ulJ; k-af; common red leuf, V'Ai&
Ju.ou: iiiodium to irooii f:.o17..).
Hay PruirlH t'.l.jo.(j.lo.U( 'urprimo tocholoo
new; clover mixed. tT.UOitlO.nu (or common to
prune: priun new timothy, Hu.UUiill.U0i luu
cy. tli.ov-4l l.irti.
Buttbh Higher; cnolceto tanoy rreiimcrv
2fViio: dairy, choice to luuuy, yi; low
Hons Dull: fresh stock. 14c per dozen.
Potatoks Dull, at ao t-cio por bu-oioi.
Pokk Steady; now mesa, tl).60i(,W.7i'i.
Lard yuiot: prime stuam. 7!c.
Uacon Lonirs, 10J4;4llo; t-hort-i, ll'i3
II So; Clear nl. 1 1-t 1 1 'c. all packed.
Wool Tuli-wasned. choion, 'o: fn r.
Z7o; dinfry aivl low L'nwinh.ei Choica
niodium. lio i.'le; trood uveeairo iuu
dium biiilfici Holeutod iiu'iit line I7i(iSo: iro il
avorajro, W-OlTo; heavy HJIHo: coiiiiinr,
ino.id, MUtlia: coinlilnir, low irra n. Pi
Hiubx Hivrticr mid tlrin; dry Hint,
dainuired, Msc; bulls or sia-rs Hint me,
suited, ih-; g-luo stock, rc. Oreon suite I. Ho;
dutriai,''d, Vu; veul calf skliM, ll1, o; bnlUnr
Btttfrs, ftc; vreeu uneured, 7ni7l.c; daouitfe I,
6e; trluu, .io.
Siikup Pblt-W'ouk; (rroon. SI to; dry
do, i')i')'x;., as to ainoiuit and ijuailty ot wool;
(freen shcarliiu-), lVt-'JJc
WiiKAT-Hiirlier; No. 2 Red. (letolier, S".'3c;
Novuniiiur, Mie; lie' 0'iibjr, ss',c; January,
Uu,o; Febriinry, trjc; May. 117 'io.
Colt si f-tendy; oetilier, Sic; Nivemlior,
Da; Decemlier, 5lu; Jiuiuury, We; May,
(JATS Weaker; October, K!.c; November,
Uece tuber, lid .c.
Wiikat Firmer: nelxbor, 75' u: Novem
ber, WlWia Duecmber, 7s.Se; January,
7'c: May, Ci'4c.
Chun Weaker: October, 5Hc: November,
l)o; year, ti e; Jaiuury, miO: May, 4o 'Ho.
OATS Wciiker; Ociober, liie; NovemleT,
27",e; December, 'l'c; year,' flio; May,
PoitK SiiMdy; Oeiiibor, J10.2.1; year,
$ll.l"7!4; January. U'.2.V.
I.aiio Lower; October, S.:!7 1 i : Novi'inlior,
f7.l7: lJei-iiinl or, i',."; Juuutiry, j
Snoitr lints October, fli.55; November,
17.25; JuniiHry, J-D.2.1.
l.ivo Ctoc'.c Marie j. C
Iloos Recelptt, U 2,0i0; market w.'iik, but
l(Jn.l.'.c lower: liirht, t I.TO-'-i.'.'n; rouxli puck
inif, f l.7oiij.l0; huavy piiukln und bbliipliDf,
J6. ir,-'S.l. '
Cattlk ReeolpK s,7u0; doll; Hlendy; cv
ports, tl..Wr6'I.H0; (food to cboleo, til,oiyi(i.rsi:
uonimoii to fair, (4,.Vi'uVi.tlo; Texans, tl.W'i
Siikkp R' O' lpt'', !l,i01; steady; common to
Catti.R Prices bUber for uo.-nl irrmb's;
comiiiou ura.li'H a'eudy and tiiieliu iired ; n liiio
to eholci) niitlvc slilpi inif Kteeis, f D.2.'(,'l.7r:
jrooil to ebolco ati'ei'a, t.i.'iii'Mi.l.'i: fit t to iruod
nullvo hlilpplnvr ilecr-i, jiUHi6r.l!0; Inlrto (foiid
uallvii cows. (I ii-Kf o . COIIIIIIOII tn cliob e,
t.K.V((.4.2.ri; Miockers Hit I feeders, fJI.7n'.( I I I.
HHKKI AMI ItAMIIV-Miirknl OIHIIlCll HC I VI' t
ckni.l dull uii'l lo.tcr: common toirood -U !,
f2.7fnil.T5: K""'! t" eholco sheep, f;.Mtltl.&;
ttoud to cliolen Camilla bimbs, t-i.75u.Ci. 05;
Iloos Market opeiied active und closed
dull, owlnit lo heavy supply; twenty cars wore
held over unsold; MO'id lo choice Yorkers,
6.UOU6.4U; butchers' tri-adcs, ia.W.iK),
Catti.k RecelptM, 4,kooj icihiiI natives scaron
nnil stiMily; iri'itaci Texas dull mid licilfia
lower; ex por Is, trt.lOtMll; kohiI lo ohoico
Hliiiiiiitur, fi.i iVii.l'll; eoitiinon to uiodiom,
yn.iw.MA.4A; recders, t;miM; cows, WMt
U.8T; irr" Texas stneis, 2.HiK.r.:u'5.
Hons- R'cc lota, 4,0ii; weak und fcaillo
lower; low of ii'i to Ml.', bs. nveniKO, f I.S .di
6,:i0i irmlnly. .i.w.i.
MiiiCKr .Noniliially uiichniiKod.
Hou'-y and Elooic Mirk it.
Naw YrmK, Ootobor 14. Monny IfiJU pr
ount. I bur Hllwr, Htocks oontlnoo
.Rtroiitf. 'rbero bus bnmi a further ailvunen In
tirhaal of Mual, I'nMin I'moIIIc boinv the f"ii
liusu. Oownnnont stondy; lis, JiW; 4'A's,
ooni)on,ll21;4 s, IIUi I'anlflo U's of 'Vri, I Jo,
rirho luarknt Oils mornlnir has boon stronir and
dsrruirw liuprnViirutn t: prlrais (auKOd lw"l
STtl LaoluivaMa, t'nlou PaoRte aadfaulttu
A POaSITIVE CUJ1E.
For Every 1'omii of Mvln nrnl lilood
Ulsoaso, from PiiiipU's lo Scrofula.
i uav.i nun r-sormnis rnr uinu month'. About
Bvu months n;o I spplled to rt.i. lor nu-ir II .sum,
who helped me, bill unfortilllMely I hsd to lesvn,
but continued inkiin; his medli-luo f ir innrly
three monlhs but t.'m dlseasu did Mit Ii-hv.-. I
ssw .Mr. Csrpeuior's letter tn lh l':olsdul.hbi
Iterord, and his rase perfi.f. ly d-'senliud iiiiuu I
tried tli ii CniinirH li. i..i..H.. ni,.., h.,i,t..
Resolvent, mid (.'utk-ura and t'tulctirn Soup In
Proportion. hiuI rail tniHtirp ninl..f,.iu ..i,r,...t
ECZEMA TWENTY YKAIIS.
Cured. Not a Sign of its KeaiipcHriiiice.
our C'nllc'ira luif doi.e a wmidi rf.il'i urn rnr
mu tnoro tlein two years uyo. - Nut s ,.t n ro.
appeiiri; ro since. It cuioil m of a vi r,- bud
r.rrfeiini which nun trotin ua me f,,r n i,r,i tlum
i.ei ij y.-iTK. i .n n siwnys spe-.k wo I of C'utl
cum. I sell s Kresi denl of u,
biwv vera anything"
lliivlnu use I yo,ir''ut1enru I'n -ird.e fr eii'lit.-en
niotitbs ror 'let.er. nnil 111 nlly cured Ii, I sm
stixliiiiK to rl It to sell It on ciinniiii-liin. I tun
lecommend It bevoud nny rum.-nleK I Ihm ,.-r
um-u i.rr inner, nuriiH.i uis. eie, lu r.ir.t. H tlx)
b-st media nu I a'u eor tried fir Hiiviti'in.'
x, ,, R. S. IIOItroN.
T llftrt It HttVf.li Itu.l n..,d ,1,...., 1. ..I.. . .1 ,
all r, med'en 1 rould hear of, und Ht lu-t tried jour
..v.,,.. iiii b n,,, nii-jr iiuvm nu oil rne.
Hebron, Thayer County, Penn.
Ever- Mierler, nf Itehli k s... l- P.,.,,.l,
Inus, Iuli.rit.il hi d Ciita::luiis lluni' r. with
Loss or Hair. cnr:d by i:tiui'a R xnlv- tit i' o
IH-W Hloorl I'llr ll r 1. I..rllll. r.,.,1 .. .
Ctiilcnru s'ohh tho arest .-km Cures i ll. nialv
o!U every wheru. I ruv. Cuticuri, M cents;
Soap, 25 cents; Resolvent. $1 .
i nner iirus i.nn w.iemicul Co , llirnl.xi.
)EUTY 'f'' f'h"PI'' aid Oily Skin,
J""OJ 1 1 Lutc-irs-fi.il.
SXEEZE ! 8XEEZE !
RNEF.ZE, until yn-ir
it-itil er mu rt s.ly In fly
o'.l; u til your i uo sod
eje dii".'hsrk'e ercecsivi
iinaiititb." of thin. Irrua
uni;, watery n ml; uetil
cur lienU scberf. mouth
n d throat p. thed, and
iilond ' f.e.i r he.it. Tins
lr" a-i Ac to L'slnrrb. and
Is iiisuititly relieved by
a slii-io dnse, and per-man.-i.t
y c -r. d i-y one
i oitb: of .-dLforJ'n Iud
Hal Cure for Catarrh.
Complete Treatment with Inhaler 81.
One bott'o Radical Care, one t-ar Catarrh Hob
vt-nl. Hnit mm I mftriiv,.! Inhul... m ...... ...... L-u ....
may now be had of all driii-ifts for 1 oU. Ack
iur nnuniru b i.u'i-f-ai f..ure. r
"Ttie only a'ntnlute spec (1-: c know nf."-l
Med . 'l'ilnept . '-'riiH In..- arr limp fotinil tn i. Iifa
tune of sufferlne."- Rev. Pr. Wli-mn. H -iston.
'Afters loni mnu'le with Catarrh, fie Itadlcal
Cum bus touqiier. il." Rev. IS. A'. M uroe
l.t-wlsburi.', I's. '-I bavo not f.iun-l a ca- that It
did nit relievo at once "Andrew Lee, M inches,
Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Roclon.
ft( I Mn For the relirfstid pnventloo
,jwlllfythe Instant ll is applied, of rheu-
nuw.iir; mansni, .nrania. c l a t tc s ,
XU liX' i;oui.-hs. Colda. Weak Hack,
rioinaen ami i;ow en. nnooi.nv
T C Pains
insie fains, raipuaiion, tivp
sia. Liver Couunali't. Itlliou-
tver. Mi.lar's, and Jlplileniics,
r- . . - ... ,,. - L t . ,
i LE CTRl C .eilin a ini-ien- l mi r I ctric
to.' 's' e J'attery coinnined w tth s t'orous
I'. ar-ter) aud laub at pain. 2ic,
C17 St. Charles St. SI. LOUIS, MO.
' A Ttsenliar Ornrlnatn o; two medical
rolleiri-, hat Im-ii loniiei rennm-il in tile treat
nieiit of lironio, N ervo. in, fSUin nil.)
liloo.l lrim-nsi-i tliiui any oI!u-r physician In
ft. l.inili, as city pprs show und all Id rcl
denttkrinw. (niisultatlon at oitlre or by n.sll,
free and Invited. A friendly tulk or hi oplnlori
Cists iinlhlliK. When It In -ieii, vi-nl.-n t tovUll
the city for treatu.i nt. nie.lleines can le sent
byniallorexpreia evervwbeir. 1 urablti Cases
irniirautte.l: whers duubt exLtH is trmikly
stated. Call or Write,
ygrrous Prostration, Bflililty, Mental and
Physical Weakness, Mcrcnilal and other
aJtectlonsof Throat, Kklnanf Bones, Blood
Iminrltls and Blond Poisoning; Wm Affec
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Marrlaira, Rheumatism, Piles. Special at
tention ta cases from nrer-workfd Hraln.
hl'RIitCAI. CASKS receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprndencct, Kicesses,
Indulgences or Kxpoiurea,
It Is self.evldvnt that a phvslclaii rrliK
particular attention to a clo'n.l cim-w attains
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