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THE IMJAKAIOLIS J) AI LT SEKT1KEL SATLUDAY "MOKKIKG AI AUCH 7 iS85.
A FATAL LOCOMOTIVE.
Twice Wrecked t the Same Spot, and Now
JFiplodlDZ Not Far Away From It.
Wilcescari'.e, Fa, March 0. "I hear that
a Itconiotire known as the Oakland Hew op
the other day on the Sharpsrille Railroad
und killed her engineer," eaid Abel Oariett,
a veteran railrcad man, 'and that reminds
me of two siPRnlail accident that happened
to the (axe locomotive. In the spring of
171 Charley Greene was her engineer. He
was backipg with her toward Bharpsville.
Besides the engineer and fireman a weigher
in one of tne mines named Jleiily was riding
in the cab. When two miles from Sharps-
vilif a cow suddenly ran oat of the woods
and jumped on the track in front of the ten
der. The tender struck the cow, and both it
and the eDgine were thrown offot the tr&cV,
the tender tumbling down the bank on one
tide of the track and the engine on the other.
She ro'.lea over and plowe J her dome into
the ecft ground almost opto the boiler.
Ileilly was killed and the engineer and fire
man badly hurt. When the entice was
raised there was a big hole left in the ground
where the dome had buried itself, aud it g t
to be quite a landmark.
"In th8 summer ten years later Bob Logn
was runnine the Oakland, and one day he
wis tacking toward Bharpsville. At exictty
the ean.e spot where the cow hid aDpaared
on the track in 1S71 a big hog came slouch
ing from the side of the railroad, and put
itself square in front of the tender. The
truck struck it, and the tender was raised
olTthe rails, and it rolled to the position it
had been thron in before, and the engine
pitched off the other s:de and tumbled over
so that the dome buried itself in the hole it
had made in the ground whea it wai thrown
down the bank ten years before. Tha fire
man wae crushed to death at that time. The
odd part of this locomotive's end ia that ?t
e zy lode d almost on tte same spot where it
n.et vrth its two former mishaps."
Tlie Relative of a Uad Clang in Kentucky
Lii forces the Law Against Them.
Louisville, Ky., March . For years the
Hensley brothers have lived, near ths head
quarters of the Cumberland, on Little Black
Mountain, a life of pillaging and cattle-stealing,
and many warrants have been issued
against them. The officers, however, have al
ways feared to attack the mountaineers in
their fastness. This j ear Jame3 Giles, a rela
tive of the gang, living near them, was ap
pointed Deputy Sheriif. He eurmmcaed ten
of the bravest men of the same neighborhood,
and a few days ago before daylight appeared
at the first windowless, one-story log-cabin,
where lived Gilbert Hensley, who sur
rendered after a long parley. At tne !
next cabin Asher and Levi Hensley
were asleep with their families be
bind barricaded doors. Upon a demand tu
surrender they opened fire with muskets
and rifles through the door, and theposs?
replied. Giles was shot in the arm bat kept
up the fight. After fifty shots bad been ex
changed, Levi Hensley called. out: 4I sur
render, boys; you've shot me dead," and
fell heavily. Asher for a while maintaina j
the fight, and then made a break through hi
assailants down the mountain side, followed
by a volley. A rifle Dall in the thigh brought
him down. As the posse were securing him,
William A. Hensley with John Deer, a:
tracted by the reports, came np from ths
rear and opened fire nnon the party, se
verely wounding Elijah Hilton. The Sheriff
threatened to shoot Asher it they fired aza n,
end they withdrew. Asher and Gilbert
Hensley were then lodged in jail, and a few
days later the remainder of the defeated
band were captured. In the fight the cabin
door was riddled, and twenty bullets were
foucd in a feather bed in the house, but
none of the women or children were hurt.
Sejmour'i Budget of New.
Special to the Sentinel.
Seymour, Ind., March 0 Gibson k Mc
Donald, of the tight stare factory, are en
aged In putting large additions to their
works. They will piat in a new engine much
iargsr than the old one, and will put In some
S'2,.-00 additional machinery. They expect
to have the works in operation in four
Casper Eggersman, near town, has a clock
made .in Germany in 1777; has been in the
family ever tincs and it keeps gocd time
There is no question but the wheat crop in
thiscou:ty ii seriously injured, and many
ot our befct farmers fay not over one third of
a crop will be harvested.
Mr. Adolph Iicrdon will leave in a few
day for Ü3den, Germany, his former home,
to a:iit in settling an estate in which he has
s large interest.
Herman Knowlman, of the furniture fac
tory, lest a finger by a buzz saw a day or two
The butter-dish faciory is daily making
,'are shipments cf their goods to Eastern
Whi'e th Democracy of this county are
pleased with the Cabinet, according to the
President the prsroative of choosing his
own advisers, they would have been better
released 1 ad ex-Senator McDonald been
chosen. All hail t) tte new Administration.
Iflre- Caused by the Escape of Natural Gas.
Le3axon, Pa , March i. A terrific scene
was witnessed on the farm of Abraham
Kreider at Wrightsville, eix miles from here.
An eight inch pipe which carries oil from
the oil regions to the seaboard passes through
his premises. Tte pipe burst in seme mys
terious manner, the cil flooding the neigh
boring f.eld. This oil was set on fire by
sparks from a passin locomotive, and a ter
rible con tiagration spread over a lare space
of ground, the llames ehootiog heavenward
for fifty feet.
At one time the cil in the field was teverai
feet deep in places, aud the seething, roaring
Harnes presented a magnificent sight. Sora?
of the farmers turned out en masse, and with
picks and shovels threw a high embankment
aroucd the sntire space in which the tlam
were confined, and many of them made verv
r arrow escapts from being terribly burned.
Tbese embankments were thrown up in
order to prevent burnine: oil from rushins
Into tarns and houses "and doing muct
erf ater damage. Finally the oil was stopped
oif at its source of supply, after it had burned
furiously for nearly twenty hours, and th?
farmers only keepice: it laek by brav?5
rishtirg tbe tiames. The quantity of oil
semtd was euormor..
The Holler k.-Uiuc Coiite-t.
Nk v Yckk, March I Donovan, the rolle
sliaier, had tcored JO'- miles at nosr. The
c3Ltt Ins been a surprise to the atalet'c
expert-, who have hitherto claimed that no
:van cculd tand the strain of roller skates
for six ays, and that the pedestrian record
of Fitzcerald could not be beaten ou roller
Siate?, Ths majority of the CQatvjUsU iA
thisrsce ara cncVr tz; au I not oue is
twenty four jsars old. They are very lihtl
built, and no oi.e would think of classing
the m a: athletes, jet ten cf tham had on the
fourth day beaten the a!i day walking
record. Not one of them was trained for
the contest, and O'Djnovan, who lead3 them
all, was for the first twenty four hours with
out an .ittendant r.f any kind. He is now
under the care of Fitz?era!d and his former
trainer, Happy Jack" Smith.
Special to the Sentinel.
Lafayette, Ind., March 0 The Lafayette
Morning Call a few days ago changed hand?,
the present proprietor, Mcms ox,'transfer
riDg the paper into the hands of Sept. Vater,
former proprietor of the Daily Journal, of
this city. The new editor is kcown as a very
able journalist. Ths paper will be pb!i3hed
in the evening hereafter, instead of in the
Frank Miller, a young man in the employ
of George Arnold, ths livery man, stole his
employer's pocket book, containing 33
while the latter was softly slumbering. Miller
thought the money to great a treasure t
Jet it slip through his fingers, and uking his
jrr'p sack, left with the first train for Delphi.
All this happened while ' Georgie dear" wa3
twettly dreaming. When Willis failed to
appear at the breakfast-table, George Decims
uneasy and suspected that something wrong
had happened. Investigation proved Willie
to have left for parts unknown, as afore:aid.
Arnold at once set detectives upon the f na
tive's track. Constable Hill, after a Iojg
chase, tinallv captured the robber and
brought him back to this city, where he was
landed in jail. Willie was taken before
Judte Vinton yesterday, found guilty of tne
crime he wss chared with and sentenced to
ihn lifLitent'ary for two yeira at hard lalnr.
This i the fate of ai;t?h yonng man who
tt ought to have revenge on "old Arnold," as
he says, and to get even with him for seme
great wrong committed on his person.
Prlonera beared to Death.
Philadelphia, March a Yesterday, when
Ir. Gcemn was hanged, two covicta can
fined in the prison were terribly alTected by
the knowledge of what was going on. James
Earret, lifly-five years old, confined in a cell
near Ihega'lowa, showed intense interest io
the hanging, but information was denied
him. His cell was sealed during the execu
tion, but BarrAt must have heard the foot
steps of the solemn procession on its way to
the gallows. When his cell was opened he
was found dead. His death is attributed to
fright. The ether rran, General Taylor, un
der sentence of death for murder, became
delirious with fear. He beard the noise as
be sat in the cell, and the echo ot the fall
itgdeorshad hardly died away when the
man was found writhing in convulsions.
On to OMahoma.
LotiiAXA, Mo., March 0. An Oklahoma
colcry, forty-five strong, organized here last
night. Scouts leave Monday to reconnoiter
tbe ground eelected for the location of the
colony. The leading Oklahoma boomers
have again been arrested for entering the
Territory unlawfully, and held to bail in the
sum of 3,000 apiece by United States Com
missioner Shearman cf Wichita. There are
about 500 Oklahoma boomers in cimp at
Arkansas City, and it is expected there will
be 1,000 by Sunday. A start for the Territory
will be made on Monday, the departure hav
ing been delayed on account of the arrest of
the leaders and the bad condition of the
roads. The troops are already in the Terri
tory, under command of Major Bsnteen.
Terrific Kallroad Collision,
Grenada, Mus., March ;. A horrible acci
dent occurred last night at 10 o'clock on the
Illinois Central Railroad, eight miles sauth
of this place. The mail train, south-bound, I
rnnnicg twenty mihs an hour, and the ex
press, running twenty miles, collided. Both
engines are a total wreck. Two basgace and
one mail car were knocked into toothpicks
atdene smoker badly wrecked. Bath fire
men were instantly killed. The engineer on
the north bound train is injured. Xews
Agent Blake is seriously injured, probably
fatally. A party stealing a ride on the ten
df r of tbe south bound was instantly killed.
Eight or ten passengers in the smoker of the
north-bound were Injured. The accident
was caused by grcs3 negligence.
A Hotel ltartid.j
Beatkord, Ta , March G. A. lamp ex
ploded in tbe Dunkirk House this morning,
igniting tbe buildicg and resulting in the
death of two persons, Barney Freel, a
butcher, and James Martin, a saloon keeper.
Sbeppard, a man seventy-five years old,
jumped from a tecond story window and
wasiavcd. Jack Wheeler escaped slightly
burntd. O M. ileller. of Dunkirk, a carpen
ter employed on the Erie Koad, jumped i
from the third story window. He ia badly 1
burned on the fice, hands aud back. Before j
the fire could be checked four buildings i
v ere destroyed. Total losses about 10.0OO.
St. I.oris, March O The firm of W. H.
Gurnersol & Co., dry goods, which suspend
ed heic somet ime since, wi'l resume on a
tssijt of fifty cents on the dol'ar settlement,
pait in cash and tart in notes indorsed by
Tumtull A: Gurnersol. The creditors have
aurced, it is understood, to the Eettiemeat.
Tte outstanding liabilities are about $1 10,
OCU The firm will probably open April l.
The settlement was brought about chie.'ly
thrcugh the personal exertions of other large
retail dry goods houes of St. Louis.
Trouble With Indians Fearel.
Mitchell, Dak., March G. Interest in the
newly opened Crow Creek Reservation is
greatly increased on account of a report
which reached here last night that the In
d'ans are sweeping down on the settlers,
driving them olf the land, and destroying
their improvements. Dispatches have been
received from Colonel King, of Camber
lain, requesting that rifles and ammunition
be fcrded immediately, and they were sent
by epecial train last nissht. The whole coun-
tiy is preparing t3 go to the aid of the white?,
arid trouble is ftared.
greci&l to tbe Sc-atlnel.
L?r.A:ON-, Ind., March '.. A large barn on
tbe farm of Eli P. Baker, about a mile south
east of this city, was destroyed by fire last
ii ip ht. Three raulei and two calvea, besides
a Jarpe an ount of hay acd fe?d, were lost in
Arifftetl tor 1'orsery.
Gi:i' KAr:r., Mich., March (.- Kiano
Ktkma Holland, i wood sawyer, with a
wife anil three children, we arrested here
Inst ri.ht by a detective, with requisition
lepers to take the prisoner to the Nether-
lie I&zia tia :ih?r 9 aau;s q a
A ISankrapt Railroad.
Pittsecp.o, March r,. Papers have been
prepared asking tbe appointment of a re
ceiver for the Fittsburg and Western ail
road Company. The road is now faid to have
bten tankrubt for two or three year?.
This Week's Fallare
New York, Maren fi The failures of tl e
last seven days, as reported by R. G. Dun &
Co., number in the United 8tate3 2C3; in
Canada 30; a total of -77, as compared with
Senator Lamm's Abent-tntDdednest.
A peed story about Senator Laraar has
leskf d ctt lately. As is well known, the
Senator is in a day dream half his time. He
lathe most Courteous of men, but when he
is wcol-gatheting he walks along, saluting
his bfst friends with a stony stare, and
arswericg questions at random. One day
li me time e0, as Mr. Ellis, cf Louisiana,
7s tittire in his committee room at the
Cajittl, Mr. Lamar walked iu. He bd
ticacLcd Mr. Ktlis and, seating himself, said
in h;s grave and jrentle voice:
Etlie, I don't believe you like tat?"
"No," tb'ul Mr. Ellis. -I don't'
' Why not?" asked Mr. Lamar.
"Well," nid Mr Ellis, "wheo I first came
here you led me to bslieve you were my
freed. You seemed to take an interest in
me as a new member, and I felt honored by
your regard. Lately you have hardly spoken
to me. I pfiss you and yon don't look at me,
and tech conduct has oiTendtd me. I dis
like you very much.1'
"But Ellis," said the Senator, "you know
it's my way."
"I don't care," said Mr. Ellis. ''It's a
"My dear fellow," said Mr. Lamar, throw
irg his arms erousd ilr. Ellis' r.fck, "the
iif-it time ycu ste mo in that bad way,
just come" pp aud tunch me in the ribs
Now, tiToniise me. and let's be frlendi."
Mr. Ellis promised hip, ar.d tbey are
A fii-aticlat ltilirseut.
Mall and Express 1
3Jr. Manning, aa Secretary of the Treasury,
has the great qualification of beins soand
on all the great financial questions of the
day. That he is courageous and has lre
executive capacity, we doubt not.
"What is home without a mother?" Why,
it is about as comfortless a place a3 a man-
Ulpiece without a neat little bottle of Dr.
Bull's Coueh Syrup, bought of the nearest
druggist at 25 ceat3.
CU K S
Rheumatisin, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Haadache, Toothache,
Sore Throat, Stvellln;?, Npral, Uralte,
Itnrii. Sclrtt. front 3S5I,
1SD ILL OIUEa BüIILV PA15S AM AtllES.
SoU bj DruUU tr.X Peilcrs ev-;ry Jitj. K.ft Coju i
D:r- iwai la !l l,uji. ii.
THE CII VHLE- A. VUUKLr.i: CD ,
(Stscttwri u A. VwotLLr. CS.) CAUiuure, E J., C. S. .1.
Uicl herbs indscorinp th family, md
bcr airapls remedies 1HI CL'HIJ itx
most cases. Without the use of herbs,
medical science would be powerless:
aud yet th tendency of the times is to
neglect the best c: ail remedies tor thoso
powerful medicines that 63riously in
)ure the system.
i . . . . m
is iccmbinationof valuable herbs.care
lliy compounded from the formulae
.-. regular Physician, who used this pre
.cription largely in his private practice
with creat success. It is not a drink.but
n. medicine used by many physicians.
3-It i invaluabla lor IYsPi:i'SlA,
MUSKY and IjIVF.H COMPLAINTS,
xi:itrors i:xiiaustiox, weak
ness, ixnia isstiox, .Sc.- and while
curing will not hurt the system.
Ht. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iren
man of Safe Harbor, Pa., writes:
"My pnn was coaipletoly rostrated by fever sn
ra-ue. Quinine and barks ri d Lira IiO tfood. .
t ru-ii (nt for Mishltr'a 1I rb Lntter aid ia a eUort
tiiue thä boy waa quite well."
"E. A. Schellentrager, Drulst, 717
Et. Clair Street, Cleveland, O,, wrltea :
Your Bitters, I ran pay, anJ do ay, are rr
icrlbt'd by pome of the oldest and most iroaiiLeat
rbysiciaiiain our city.
MIsniiER HERB BITTER3 CO.,
525 Commerce 8t. Philadelphia.
Parker's Pleasant Worn 8yrupIia7erFaiXi
r t! r. -a ir, l r -t
dcbcfptlv sät r.PirinPv
In erery riptct,i t it j j ri. i-1 1 1 in j.- i i.y h. r.
lnTarirty or f !; i i n ,. sif y rr-t
jler ef rywt.et r. art u w.rtJ..i- im.r i'.du..
lion (rnuin unl-- If hi. l't ' n.nn.a tl. L..
CHICAGO C3, CfüCf 30, I:'.
check rorab)ut200D gildarj, abDut a
W AT 9
T7f7CTV OTT rvywx kuoTrhat it
iit and he will
Positive uro Curt for ?Ialarla. Pnlmoiiari
Prostration, ISroiirlilalTroiihlcs, Cioueral Uchilitr. liosof tentnl Power
,m:il ull Valin?I)U(af. Knrir.rsed iv over 3,öOO 1! yslrlaii Chei::irs.
Inraluahlaa3a STIMt'LAXT AND TONIC laTyplioid Fever. Dysentery V
Dlarrlioea, aud all low form of Disease. THE ItlXOUNIZIID V
aaaxsBsasEaBaaaaAWTlDOTE FOR CHOLERÄ.2a
We are the only concern in theUnitM Sc;tM wlioar?l"tr!;n as.l Pc'Ilito th- r-clicnl
Profession nn.l Dm? Trade an absolutely Pure Plait Wlilskey. oiit that i-. f iv 1 fr-:;!
PL'S II Olli aud that U not only tound 0:1 the sideboards of thi be.t l'auülics ia tit?
DR. APENDT "e f Omtuin Chent fs.'.fars: ttIhavt trrdt." a:: f::afrfsis0,
f of your I'LUlu JIAT,T TVHISIi:i', triich j)''1" i vemf jnttifyittj r.n'f. v-iir.
fNa!t Whiskey, obtained mostly by extract of malt cohv'asion awl a vou careful
Jrrtrrntatinn aud distillut ion, is entirely fl'GO frOtYi fuSÜ Oil ontZi'nfoft!t:rS
similarly ohnnxinu ulrohols wlticli art- so orfi found i: vclt i zftPtt. J titers furc,
RECOrlMiD IT TO TH MEDICAL PROFnSS:o?i.
SVof. yoVOMi:Uf vrit "rtirlty itplf
l iTt ever anuvzp 1. i rn'in thriiyr un .üaiieoiy
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T'. !- If VRTF.Y U BY Iii. M. IK. Vr'A T.t
f 1 11 ? Facility, auj l'r if . r of tho Haitinioi- Mi" j-
k-1 Col ei?. t-if: " I I'.ii'l it rfinarknWy Tr-.'e frun
(0.-Ü f'il and ot'iT objfctif-nable mater'al 60 Cl'tt-a
found ia iho whH:k-s ot tlia present day.
JA5IEH-J. 'HA. 31. D.. of Statin Islan.1. the
i-ittior of stvcvil wrks on inss)ity, writes: "Vli.-;i
I )rt.:n'jean alcoholic f-tiinuLmi, I ordi-ryour t-
IsJ FACT, IT IS A BEVERAGE
OXCj3 Z3QT iT
:i:-!o Ounrt Bottles sent to any addres3
;tains.i. sturdy pacied ia plaia case, Lxprcss
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Mr?l r-TsT'YSfsiyinITFWG anl thafitictedwithllKMOKISHAfiKS.:
!! k U UUli&Ulikl A JLW&Bi: WE AVIL!- on receipt of SIX DüLLAltVM
si-n.i to aiiyafldresft In the United States (East of the Uovky Mountains), all I-.x-
prcsi Cliarze? prepaid a plain cae ith s avoidica' all opiKrtunity for commeu:i.
Vcor.tainin? Six Quart bottle, of our PUISKI7IALT WIIISKIIY aiut ith it in
Vwrirln- rv un.ier the Seal of tho Company a MI Hi: and POSITIVE CUitK for
OSTP'rION and other WASTING lilSOMIS In llielr early sln-o. This
rinr.uld has kvj prepare! esjcially for us by the great (jermaa Scientist, iir. Von yon der s.
ft c nn hr prepireJ br ar.v f.ir.iiiv honspltfopor at slight PxrHne (llaw Ueefsieak end ci:r
. 2Z-A.TL.-37 7CTXXXJSjE51X3"i,5?" bein of the infrrf.linu.)
At'.r this irep;iratiuii has Ijeen taken for a tew vet-ks, the previously conspicuously prom
iirntboü-'3 iapitleuts KuiTerinpr from Consumption and the like diseases, get covered with a
t'ilclc ccatm- of fat and muscle, the sunken and bloodless cheeks fill up and assume a rosv hut
i'.i'? diVo;":i;:5 spirils revive, while all the muscles of the bxly, and chief among: them the heart,
are sTo:! rerii?. 1 better able to perform their functions, because of beiu$ nourished witli a
riot. r L !-j-l than they Lad been before. In other words, the system is supplied with in.-tr-i
ca:voa ihuu the disease can exhaust, tliereby giving nature the upper hand in the comlict.
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ÜKQASIC WEAKXES 4
linsth ükilled i hr-
sician. result iroia
youthf ul indiscretion.
too f r'8 indulgence, cr
over brain work. AvoiJ
the impo. tin of preter.
tiou rtnitUkj for theie
troubles. Get our I rci
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tH vou that IT I
nous Mult V hVoy. I kvov it t J livlv.-i.
m:i:i. ii. PAiVKi:, ?i.i.,of phet r, :r. y.
a prus.i.ir?o, the u :vips k iro;v
i.ro-ib-y.ur 5In!t WhI-Ltv i-; -r.v r, v. ,."l..r..
i oiiM.l- r it a wrv s'i; rir iviia rt f. -.- .
I hf-mtly r'-coiu:u-nJ it in -v.- &tai. ir i-wr, acmo
j tn:li:midti-j!t, and (!-j'.-:njr i.i.ili ti.'S z-u-T.ifv,
an ii a a toni ia iWble ui; 'sti )!i Ld -.r.'. j l
i f rcr. acuta d :-.. v aK-a- -;ic
'Vh'i?. ' ,u"K'tt-'u anJ -s;-'i.il.y iu i ht.i.-i.s
AMD MEDICINE COr"iSI?JED.
iAR 3TPJL5Ü. BOTTLE,
in the United States (East of the Pocky T-ro-m-
charges prepaid oarweipt of
The accotapan5-ln2;i a correct cutiepreentation
of our premium Watca. It is a stem-winder, ii
made ot nickel silver, and will always reiaaln si
brist t as a new silver dollar. It has a heavy
r eveled edge crystal face.its works are constructed
cr good material, and are made by the finest auto
matic rcachiaery. Every watch is pertect balore
leavin? the factory. All are thoroughly tested
adjusted, aa cau be honestly recommended
as faiiblul tine-keepers. Tbey are just as repre
sented, aad are worth three tiracs the prce.
ANY ACTIVE BOY
Can easily secare oae ol these Watches by g'ttlai
his:iriead3 to BUbscrib3 ijt the Indiana ötati
Ö ESTIN EL.
Followln? are our offers to agents:
or S20 will send Thu Sentinel to twenty ab
crlbers and the Watch free to the agent getUni
np the club.
For 112.5 we will Eend The SuNTTXEXto tea sat
scribers and a Watch to the ageat lorwardiag tht
For rr.50 we will gend The Sentinel to Cve snfc
scribers and a Watch to the agent forwarding th
For f The Sentinel to three anVscribers and
& Watc-i to the ajeat.
For The Sxntinel cne year aad a Watch tt
: CiIE.i?I3T ISSUED t
'Ti? .;-r r. ."rrc iTOf'T sit,?rft' Snr.TTTi tf
BpeedllT otUIaed at all stages ot CürcnicdUeaci,
embracing tte various torms o! f-kia D.sca'i
Rheumatism, Scrofula, iTlmary and Secondary
Kypbilip, Gleet, Imiwtency. bemlnal Weakac
and Bpcmatonbea permanently cure J. Still ana
experience caa be relied on, as I an a grains :e o!
medicine and surgery, and loneer loratt.l ia tila
city than any other physician in ray FpeciUty.
1 bare cade a Freclal stulyo! f ecaie D:-eajCi
and their treatment. Caa eive pemtuent reilex
In Inflammation or Ulceration ol. Womb, FalaJal
Kid KnrsrrrK.pd Mpipps.
ä,f v A A äVAAO TT fcU IUI B VW
to any aldrPf s for tl per box.
Contulutloa tree aad Invited.
P. LI. AB BZ TT, K. D.,
Ito. 23 Vlrglaia Ave., IiidlanapoiH.
E. i'ica'e nolo tüe nuaicr, anl nusaTC'.il
rL.ce near wiih sane nine
S3 bxi öüiVj ü .3 b .i s-J a
t' At I W I ! r'l 4 i. i - I ..I '-.' .T .... A!r
t-i b r. s ': k a t : ' : n ; ; - - - T ,' " ' ' ;-V V v
"TBi. B. BUItF0RJ
Legsl Bir-nks of All Kinds 'Ka?
:'v.J . t
' A r
StllliiC Agents for Natiouit
Tare orks O.,
Globe Valves, fetop r.x"is.
Easriae Trlmmir.c, I I ? rJ
'10SG4, CUTTEKS. VISC-.
TAPS, btcxVn aal Ihjs,
Frenches. dlesra Trar.
l'umps, fein'-, HO-E HHLT-
(lijpouud roxe. Cr.'.)
NMpiiii; a-'te, wai:e aul c;
" r '4
ail otner euppues ui ü
crjriert:on witi JiTVM,
WATER anl CkA ia J015 o
RKTAiL Lor-i, Do a r?M-
isr sieaot fiitl:: Ijuvu
EÜrrato ni contri?: i
Uef-t !i". Shop's k'.'o:'.-i
tU' Lumber I'ry 11 : i - .
ith live or fxt.vi't.stvi'.i,
I-.r-o cut to order by stei-
K8IGHT S JILLSON,
5 an 77 I'euu. i.
E U S H ESS CARDS.
The ßrrrs represented letotv are r-
ti vneti nnd nli 'bie in the c'y, y
xtxvthy of the jo.Vt?icr 6 Fcntiud iei hr,
QKA2I.X3 A. i;:CCLL
jrVGliAVEIt ON W003i
..st Market ttrest, oppoiita roit3SDP,
J. G. PARSONS,
weit Wwiiaitsn Street, 0V2R OSih
NW WALL FAPifli & SHADE K'JUCC,
41 EistOMo Btrsst, InslliaapOiU.
CU-Clotns, Kuses aud Hats. Special diji 11
Window Saflea aad latenor DecoraUoa.
TTT AESS53, SADDLI3, ITC.
A. 13 HEKETII.
71 East Ck)Urt Ft. aKd 8 I'Ast Waa. St.
"A . ZES. 3EljßavX3BLn.rt)'
ITa ana 1!4 Soata PeansilTinl street. J
StIITU'3 CHEMICAL fDTETiVORK8, 2t3. J
Martinsdaie'i Block, ner Tctoalc9. CI.es.3t
dye and repair Reatiemen'i clothln?: itt
ladles' dresses, ahawia, aacquei, ad silk aa4
woolen goods ol every desca-iptioa, dyed aad r
finlthed ; kid gloxes neatly cleaned at 10 ceati p?j
pair. Will do zaore Cnt-class work for lcca
taaa any lioase ol the kind In the stats.
CHAELia A. giJirsoN. Mmm:
T2IirSiT & ADAÜ3,
SEWES AND GENERAL CCNTRAUTCE2
Boon 21 Taorpe Block, lndianapoux.
5 ciarrooi Biocr, opr-osite Eatcs iionse.
Special attention given to tne preservation of til
natural teetn, Prices reasonable.
JSevti ti.!-. ! inef.rt'y rc), r - l1"" f. .rt
attack, ar.d tr.-vire cotr.t'ir: -. t U.c ! i
inhaiut.oa, tl v. leachi:. t'.'; .at- !:r:ct. r?
laxe3 tJi? sj.ip. f.ir:Iit.itcs ff.e cvj.tH.-'tnn,
and ctfii.t- fafiT'PO vhw-o .!! ci'.-.-r ic
med.es f ul UU10 A i-.-i! v. .He .:.unce
the riot skeii. al r 1 its .üa'c. ! r" t an 1
never f.t !:-.- effe't lV.".-. . . 1 SI.OO.
Trial package ro. t Lr .'i-tj cr ly
mail, für ttawi. Ci;t Cis
Dk K. CIIIFI MAN:,, .';r I'r.-i..Virra,
F . T E 2iT 'X1 S
Obtained, and all Patent SuFia?s at horao or
abroad attended to for Modcrato K-ts.
Our office is opposite tne U. b. Patent 02,
aud we can obtain VaU-nU in less time taaa taoe
remote from Washington.
Send Model or Drawing. V.'e advise aa to rate-it-
ability free of rharxe: ac! vre C!.ar;s co Fee l'
less l'atcnt is Allowed.
We reJer, here, to tbe Fn.tmvcter, the Superin
tendent ol Money Order Uivlsion, and to o:acla:s
cf the U. P Patent 02:ce. Fcr circular, aiTice,
terrrs, and references to Rctual clients ia your
own State or County, write to
c A. s::ow co .
OrTo's"te Tatent O'.liee, WaabtUstoa, I). C.
THK 21 EU CA. UTILE AGENOY.
E, I ECARLET,
P.. G. DUN ro ,
Tte oiflct, tte beft, tte ncprccre'veaal
the moFt reliable e'tablif hnent o! tne kia l la t:.i
world, baTlng 103 brancn o:Lce inl'-y eq--:p;-
test cf cur qualities by tne raerci;:itf V.;3
b;o11. ic o. ie.n oo.
f 0 i i o ; w r T ? ? '
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V 3Cr- ' t . :a.n; : '.'i.' 1 V .-ii '-.'. 'rVB,
k S.". t a.i t rTsi ' . . r,. CLARKE. M. D.
v- Iii II lllll 111
. . a saiHVa(H B a& a a :
. -.j . -v. v i A
C- id -Vi h -Mr-'i,
una ia roci innnlr5 oraer, or tr.ree to o.i - -c
than any ether Agency fca of acüllr lirtf or.ir.s.
rorover 42jeara we Lave en.oj-cl an cmsu..ipi
reputstioa for tonctty. re;utLi;y and i;r ce.-In-,
21 we have cnlinltt i !0-rr or coa-