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PeUr Mabor, the Irish Fighter Alter a Fight With O'Donnell. E - IVES FLAYS GREAT BILLIARDS Ifitlio March Willi Hcliaoffer, oji(1 It A way Ahead?The South Hldo Bowl. InjjTeiim Make* a Ileoord?N'mnoImi WIii* Two Fram tho Calainet*. '1 he Itaees at8t. Asaph?Other Ncwh of Sport. ^ JUorroy, Nov. 14.?J. J. Quinu, backer ol Peter Mailer, to-day posted $500 lo match Maher against'Bteve O'Donuell, Ilia lor/eic to remain op one month. Quinn aaid to-day that judging (roin Brady'i oondoct be il afraid to chance any mouey on O'JJonneli against 1 Mahor. " We may be after Corbctt before we are through," aaid Quino, "but at present we are contant to ehow that Mahor la able to defeat O'Donnell." Malier will appear here Thanksgiving week and offers $1,000 to any comer who trill itay four round) with him. Manager Brady who baa bean out of town for 'teveral days, returned this afternoon and was aoon waited upon by a representative of Quiun'e, who ""'la lfnA?n \f?ihar'? aHmp tft fllfllt O'Donnell. Brady thereupon gaveas bi? ultimatum that O'Donnell would not fight anyono until Corbett had fought Fitzaimmom, bocauso O'Donnell was under contract to Corbett and would not bo at liberty until after the theatrical season closed. Brady audited that Maher endeavored to arrange a match with Joe C'hoynvki or Jim Hall and also said if Quinn would post a forfait of $1,000 auy time this week, for a match with O'Donnell at tbe same time an tho Corbett-FUssimmons fight, tho amount will be covered. TWO ?ot>!> GAMftS l'lnyotl *l>jr tlio ami Calumet Team*?.NuiiiaIum* Wlu?. WI1KEU.NG LEAOUK. iuku Club. Woo. Loit. Per ct. Score. The liovrlera C 0 l.ooo ku Lit Belli) 4 0 J.UOJ 607 The Bryonies 5 1 .b03 8&0 Provident...... 0 2 .760 Mil Columbia,,..... 4 2 Ml ?71 Nameleaa f> a too WbuellttK 1 3 .-30 Lolu* 1 7 .126 777 CftllltXlOt. 0 8 .000 KM Peu ?ud Pencil 0 0 .000 hW Doublo vioioriei and defeats seem to bo tho fad in bowlingdora just now?so of course the tfamoless boys had to be in the push. Ihey defeated tho Calumets in two well played games last oven ifig, and the closeness of their scores are in evidence showing the interest taken in the Karaoi. Tho Calumets have boon unfortunate in their playing, but tho Pen and Pencil club seems determined to keep thorn company. Trnschel had tho high score, 152, in tho iirst name, followed by Wells with 151. Wcoro: tameless?Campbell, 11(J; Atkinson, 135; Aul, 128; Muhn, 120; Carenbauor, 14t>; Wells, 151; total, 802. v Calntnot?Truscliel. 152; A. Wolty, 112; Oameron, 141; J. Wolty, IN); Murphy, 107; Woitzel, 101); total, 717. The second same was a more evenly contested one and tho scores wore higher. Wells made tho high score of the evening, 184, and Weilzol for tho Calumet*, led with 150. Score. Namoloin?Campbell, 148; Atkinson, 178; Aul, 112; Mutin. 110; Carenbauer, 130; VVolls, 184; total, S80. Calumet?Truschel, 142; A. Welly, 127; Cameron, 142; J. Wolty, 127; Murphy, 145; J. Woitzol, 150; total, 8.J6. THEV lUJIu.AK UIX'OUUS. Great Gnmoi In tho South Sltlo Luaguc I??Ht Krenlng. south sine league. High Club. Won. Lost. Perct, Score. IIumIow - ft l .fcci sos soutnsido. 6 i .t?:? yjo Knoko.., 4 *2 Ml 8W Harvest.. 3 3 .MO lluckero. 8 3 .MO fi21 Momrt 2 4 .SCI 77JJ KxcvUior. 'Z 4 .:?3 828 Phooulx 0 0 .000 741 Tito gamos betwoon tho youth Sido and Harvest toaras of tho South Sido Bowling League at Mozart Park last evening wore rumarkablo lor two things in addition to tho doublo defeat administered Captain J'ette'H men by the Wright combination. Not only did tho / Sooth .Sido team roll up tho largest tootn score made so I'nr thiu soason in either league, 000, but tho individual scoro record woh smashed by Dudley, of the South Side team, who laid low*102 pine. In thejjllrat rontost tho Harvest bovs wore lout in tho shuffle, making only 674 to tho 88S ratido by their oppononts. The scoro: South Side?Speidel 171, Marschnor 144, Dudley 102, Ilandlan 130, Iloratman 102, Wright 149; total 888. Harvest?Fette 10(5. Schul 139, Joe Baumann 80, Stripple 89, Frantz 128, Yenke 100; total 074. Tho socoud game brought ovon a larger toarn scoro by tho South Sido club, Wright loading with 185. Stripple did tho best work for tho Harvest team, 171. Scoro: South Side?Speidel, 159; Marschnor, 143; Dudley, 113; Ilandlan, 135; lioratI man, 1(15; Wright, 185, total, 909. Harvest?Petto, 105; Schul, 129; Joe Baninann, 102; Stripple, 171; Fronts, 122; Yenke, 131; total, 700. BASIS BAIJL CONVENTION. Proflpcctft for tli? New Annoclnilon nro Very Slight. New \ork, Nov. 14.?When tho annual meeting of tho National Lenguo of bnso ball clubs began to-day tho reappointment of Nick Young as president, treasuror and secretary of tho league was confirmed and the mooting took up tho confederation of tho rulo*). B , As the afternoon woro on it was very generally conceded even by those who had cxprosHed approval of tho now as flociation that its prospects of ostabliahmont are very slight. One prominent Brooklyn man said: "If it ifl lo bo formod, which aro tho four club* to bo drooped from tho I league? None of them will voluntarily withdraw. It thoy liavo, thoy must bo bought and that is extremely unlikely. Thou tboro is the quostion of capital. The American Association would roquire at least $2.5,000 to start with. A ground at a moderate estimate will cost 210,000 or $12,000 and I don't eoo nftnr tho exporienco of tho brotherhood in 1800 whcro it is to come from. Tho Amorican Association will not have half the advantages of the brothorhood." Tho convention remained in session from 2 o'clock to 5 o'clock when President Young officially announced what tho proceedings had been. In spoaking of his ro-olflction as sec* rotary and manager, he said it vras tho twenty>navonth time ho had boon ro* elected. The roviiion of tho constitution of tho league was taken up and occupiod the remainder ol tho suasion. The only the existing proviso vu track oat and the following substituted: "The ten days releaie provided for in the 17th paragraph of the league form of contract shall be Uken to ran from the time of notiro thereof it received bv the secretary of the league, who abaft at once promnlgate the same to all club members. At the expiration of the aald ten days the player so released aball be eligible to contract with the releaaing club or any other club." Heretofore any club who wanted to release a man before July 1 had ten days in which he could Teaign, but now the club must release him after that time. y\ Kection 15 providing that every club shall play at leaat twelvo tramus with esch other club, and providing that in cam of an unfinished game that the deciding game inuat bo played oo the same grounds aa the unfinished game was played on, was amended to allow of its being played on the ground of the other dab, should thore bo no open date on the ground of the clab where the unfinished game was played. The question of the division of the receipt* waa than taken up and will not be coucluded until to-uiorrow, when the convention will meet at 10 o'clock. IVKS IN TUB LKAD. Tim "Napolouu" of Jfilllur<!n Continues to Outplay th?? Wizard. Niw York, Nov. 14.?The fcchaeferIvea billiard match was continued thia evening. When adjournment was taken, the acoreatood: Scbaefer, 1,082; Ives, 1,800. Highest runs for the night: Scbaefer, 61; Ive?. 157. Average for tho night: ttchaefer, 25; Ivea, 54 0-11. Avorngo for the tournainout: Scbaefer, 30 1-18; Ives, 60. Lezlactoti Runner*. Lkxinqto.x, Kt.. Nov. 14.?'Track good. Woathercold. Summary: Firat, threo-quartor? mile? vVillnrd won; time 1:10. Second, aevon furlon:M-~Lindolotte won; timo, 1:80. Third, (oar nndahall furlongs?Halloween won; time, :57. Fourth, mile? l'robaico woo; time, 1:43}. Fifth, five ami a half furlonm?Causation won; lime, 1:09J. The St. AitupU Uenults. Washington, Nov. 14.? SL Asaph summary: Fjr?t, four and ono-half furlongs? liiffh Point Belle won; Phoebus second; Midstar third. Tunc, :56J-. Socoud, /oar and one-hulf furlongs-? Harris won; Pouch colt second; Edna May third. Time, :57. Third, Ave furlongs?Owlot won; McKee second; lola thirJ. lime, 1:02$. Fourth, six furlonua ? Longbrook won; Leonardo Becond; Will Elliott, third. Time, lrlflj. Fifth, one mile?LobenRula won; Ella Heed second; Emma third. Time, 1:44. Sixth, ono mile?Ed Kearney won; Mia? Dixie lecond; loinSkidinore third. Time, 1:44 J. St. Aimph EutrloM. The cntrios for the races at St. Asaph for to-day (Thuriday) aro as follows: One-half mile, inaidena-?The Scalper, 94; Pretence, 94; Ninevah, FeUival.Son Erresur, 10i\ Murin^o, 101); Elsio Moricnou, f, 104; Buckeye, 100; Monarca, 100; Elizabeth f, 100; Flash, 97. Th rue-lour tha of a mile?Jack of Spades, 102; Harrington, 100; Derfarffilla, 114; Sara Waller, 107; Gov. Flfer, 09. Six and one-half furlones, aellinjr? Rohiitita. Flirt. 109: iinronefiB. Melodv. 104; White Wings, Pan way, 107. Five and a half lurionua, Boiling?Miley, 112; PhcebUB, 102; Flush, 101; Doggait, 108; Yolvot Rose, 103; Abingdon, 98: Bizarre, 80. One-eighth mile, selling?>WU1 Elliott, Nero, 101; Copy aright. Prince George, Blue Mais, Darknoss, Blue Garter, 110. One mile, Belling?Speculation, 08; Flontv, 10.']; Jodan, 107; Mclntyre, 108; Seataukot, 04; Star Aotroas, 102. Ynl* Won Kn*l!r. Nmv Haves, Con.w, Nov. 11.?Valu dctoutoil tlio Chicago Alhlotlc Club this Ht'teraooa by a sooro of 48 to 0. .' lOKnn. mi r ?1? %'rxOTCa ainiTjiv^viiniiu nuino, Mnttflrft of InternHtnt tho Oil Cltjr Down tho 2tlv?r. * fyectal Dispatch to the InttUiocncer. S18T8KSVILLE, W. VA., NOV. 14.?0. D. Huyck, of Minneapolis, Minn, is in town. Ho is n morabor of tho Intortftato Oil and Gas Company, of New Martinsville. They will local? a well on tho Evans farm, noar Padous Valley. IV Englo and G. I). Smith, of Middlebourne, woro visitors hero yostorday. D. W. Ton Eyck, of Chicago, was hero yes to rd ay, roprosonting tho Automatic Scale Company, of Dayton, 0. Robort McEldownoy nnd 0. W. Barrack, of Now .Martinsville, were in town yostorday on business. W. C. Harrington and wife of Franklin, Pa., wore hero yostorday. Mr. Harrington is a well known hotel man and was horo looking at tho uow llotel Woils. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris, were in Whooting yostorday. II. W. Bishop, of Pittsburgh, was in town yostorriny a guost of W. II. Burns. J. U. Sliufelt was in WUeoling yosterdav on business. "Faust" with John Griffith as "Mophisto" wa* tho attraction at tho opera home last night to a good liouso. 0. M. Russell, a well known oil man of Butler, Pa., was in tho city yostorday. J. W\ Koysor, of Woodsfiold, Ohio, sheriff of Monroo county, was horo yostorday. J. II. Miller, jr., of Clevoiand, Ohio, was a guest of tho llotol Novell yostorday. Georgo W. Crawford, mamigor of tho Intor-Stato Oil and Gas Company, was in town yostorday. Tho Victor Oil Company nrn propar ine to shut ill tho bin "gaisor, "Ills Mutes," oil Indian crook. It will ko noi'onsnry to anchor nil ol tlio tiinbors with cemont ntnl stono (lllinca. The well hits both night and ton inch rasing purt of tlio way. Commit will lio run liotwcon tho two or tlioy will not etnnil tlio prossnro, which in nbout 1,000 pounds to tho pqnaro inch. fPl./rSfpS hood until 1 was $ ? InUhLilln grown my family > i?M spent n fortune) ? trying to cure me of this disease. I \ / visited Hot Springs, and was treated ( \ by the best medical men, but was not / /benefited. FQflRH When all > j things had * failed I > i determined to try S. S. S., and inr ? four months was entirely cured. The / 7 terrible Eczema was gone, not a sign \ > of It left; my general health hnilt up, / > and I have never had any return of > feSCHILDHOOD VS. S. S. to* number of frlendi for skin dls- V / mms, and have never yet known .1 failure to / < cure. GEO. W. IRWIN. Irwin. I'a. > ( [M?yr ^'iilT"^Kul Nontf fall* to cur*. \ ; ?T"n ?f?er nil othnrr C tiklii IJikpoio* mailed C C Xw to anjr nddrtfaa. ? STEAMBOATS COLLIDE. The Koyitone State and Tom Dods? worth Come Together IN THE DENSE FQG DOWN THER1VER Near Beararilie, Wat Happily (he Damage to Neither Wm Bcrione. The Dodsworth'a Cylinder Timber Broken?It Wan a Narrow Escape , From a Repetition ot the Terrible Scioto Disaster. Tuesday night wa< a very foggy oat on tbe river and steainboatmen whose "boats passed in the night" wore run* ning at considerable riik and danger. In the case oI the Keystone Stato, the Pittsburgh and Cincinnati packet commanded by Captain Calhonn, and tbe towboat Tom Dodsworth, there was very nearly a repetition of tho terrible Sclota disaster that horrified the upper i Ohio valley several years ngo. The Keystoue State, the first of the Pittsbarch line to como out on the late riso, was bound down river and tho Dodsworth was coming up stream with empty coal boats. The two boats met at VVitton'a lauding below Boaravilie, about thirty miles down the river. Both wore running on half a head of steam, and a bright outlook was kept up on both boats, but on account of the dense fog, notwithstanding the precautions, the , two came together, tho big packet strik- 1 ing the Dodsworth on the atarboard sldo and crashing in a cylinder timber. nappiir, uu nutuuiii ui mo ?vw mio ?v which both boats were, going the dam* ago was not serious and nobody was hurt. The Keystone proceeded down i to Cincinnati and the Dodiworth came on up with her tow. SOriSS US NAVIGATION. 3t:ige of IVater aud rUurninouU of UuAU. < The Utvnr Interuiti. YUXTKKDAY'ft DKl'JLKTVKCl j IL K. Bedford, Greet), I'ltUbargh. fl a. m. Hen Hur, Keuiplu. hirkornburir. 11 a. m. Liberty. IJooih, ClftringtOU, 3:3u p. w. BOAT* LEAVING TO-DAY. j Courier. Hyor, Parkersburs. 10:30 a. m. K. K. Phillip* Mendel. Mitiutaonu, 10:80 ft. m. Liberty, Booth. Clnrltigton, S:uu p. in. The stage of water as shown by the 1 marks at tho public landing last night wfta (J feet and slowly falling. The repairs to the city wharf are j about completed, and tho stretcb of 1 cobble atones once more looks preaeutu- \ bio. ( Tit* Torn Dodsworth and Coal City pawed up yesterday with tows of orapty . coal boats, the former at 8 a. m, and the ! latter at 1 p. m. Accidents at Fnrkerqburg. Special Dispatch to the Intelligencer. 1 pAI'.KtJbBtJItG, W. Va? Nov. 14.? Brnkeman James Barrlnger, of this city/ ^ had a hand smashed witilo coupling ? Ohio ltiver railroad cars, losing all four 1 lingers. j G. 31. Covor, Baltimore & Ohio expross * agont here, feli through a hatchway at Cox'h wholesale grocery store to-day, < dislocating his shoulder. j John Brown, of South Parkorsburg, ] saved his life and thut of his child by utnning through the window of a bflrn- j ing building last night. Ho was badly j cut by the glass. UKIUjAIKIC. ( I AllSorU of Lootil Xawi ami Gosnlp from Mm titans City. j Two colored women named Annie i ^Washington and Jennie Woods boarded an electric car at Bridgeport Tuesday , night and made quite a spectacle of thomselvos on the way to this city. A police officer of the company wob called ( in aad did what he could with tiio unruly females on the car, but Ibo i clamor of the other passengers to have thorn put oft only aggravated the t duaky-hued daughters of Africa, and the policeman remained right with . them until they reached the Bellairo lockup. They were locked up here and ure still in jail awaiting the arrival of 1 the mayor. A chargo oi disorderly conduct wan lodged against them. < Workmon ongagod in the Gloncoe tunnnel west of town in putting in new I timbers, made quite a blockade thoro yesterday in tearing out the old timbers , and truins were dolayed aoveral hours by the fall of earth, but none of the workmon were hurt. Tho dobris was cleaned away at noon and trains allowed to pass as usual. Af one of the lodges in this city to which women are not admitted there c was somo commotion made tho other t night by the appoaranco of a lady in t the ante-room. Sho was hunting the I Good Templars hall, however, which is i on the samo floor with the Koyal Area- t num. t Jacob Harris, ono of tho loading citi- ( zons of Flushing township, died sud- ? donly on Tuesday and will bo buriod i this afternoon, lie was the father-in- t law of Howard Kirk, county treasuror, < and was woll known throughout tho [ northern part of tho county. Jamas Wilkinson, superintendent of tho water pipe lines, was engaged yostorday in turning tho waiter oil from tlioso who had not paid tho water rent. Thoro was a larger number than usual on the list. Mayor DuBois turned la $80 80 at tho last council mooting for tho Just fiscal month. This is about twice a9 much a* tho receipts of his otlice had boon lor tho two preceding months. Jamoi Ambler, onoof tho old citizens of .Mead townshin, died yesterday after a long illnoss. He was a brother of Mrs. Goorgo H. Mullor, of this city. Tho delay in starting the stool plant this week was caused uy cue lurnnco not working well, thus cutting the supply of pig iron short. M. J. Mortou, n glaaaworkor from Martin's Forry, now engaged nt tl.o rultnoy glnss works here, will inovo his family to this city. Bad Actor, tho tit, Clairsville trotcintc horse that attracted some attention at tho Wheeling fair, is being chancod otr by his ownor. Miss Mattie Adams rotnrncd to hor homo at Cadiz yoito relay afternoon after a visit with friondi hero. Tim $3,000 paving-bonds sold by this city brought a premium of a fractiou over threo per cont. George \VostlaUo,.tho ball plavor, is now noma lor iuu wuiiur, uiu iuai? unu to turn in. John A. Bond, tho county aurvoyor, was in tho city yesterday. Iftlm lluby 1* Cutting Tooth, l\o euro and uho that old and woll*triod rotnoilv, Mkk. Wi.vsi.ow'nSooTmNa Syuui* for childron toothing. It eootnos tho child, softuns tho gumtf, nllnyu all pain, enroa wind colic aud ia tho heat romody for diarrhcua. Twonty-livo contn a bottle. _ mwkaw Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. MOUXDSVILLK. A IIIk?II>bmiu M?Uo<? #f Minor Mat* tmrt frviu H?r*li&U'i JUcropoU*. Tha Epworib Leasee wilt K?vo a magical tod literary programme thla evening. All the aelectioua will be from the poet W'hittier. A uew election ol cllicert of the loixoo will occur December a They wiil observe Ttoankatfivitig D?y by a special service in the evening, at which Mrt Emma Moore Bcott ha* kindly couaented to apeak of her work in India. Jl aunrise prayer meeting will atao be held la the morning at 7 o'clock, in which the Christian Kndeavur focietieaof tbe Freabyterian and Diaciplea' churcbei have been invited to participate. ^ The Ladies' .Sewing society of the M. K. church held its regular weekly wee:lug at the homo oI Mrs. Louis Dres?cll yeaterday afternoon. The annual olec* Hon of officers took place, as follotr*: Preiident, Mrs. O. *V, Grimes; llr*i vie** president. Mrs. W. J. iiurlev; s Dnd vice president, Mrs. Capt. secretary, Mrs. F. iL iilake, and Uc v* urer, Mrs. Sadie K. Cheadle. The councils of the Jr. O. XT. A. M. < ? this city have received the annual Thanksgiving proclamation from Mtie Councillor John Keo, aettiug apart Sunday, the 2oth insu, an a day of general thanksgiving and praise to bo obserred by them. The missionary society of tho Pretbyterian church met at their church yesterday afternoon for liiu purpose of packing a box of clothing donated bv the members of thn church which vrill be sent to the intorior of the state. D. R. Meighen, an oil operator, was bore vesLsrday looking after his coui* pony's interests. He represents the South Penn Oil Company. Tho Fostoria Glass Com pan v cxpeoU to have tho repairs completed in about three weeks. Only a part of the etn piU/CS Bio UUB nuiKiUK. Sherifl C. C. Mathewa and wife attended the Caldwell-tichroll nuptials at the First Presbyterian churcii in Wheeling yosterday. The directors of the driving park am! fair association beld a meeting yeatorJay afternoon. Charles Rosaer was here yesterday attending to matters pertaining to the! water works. Mrs. U. F. Meighen ia at Beilton visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. W, Morris. MAItTIN'S FfSIUtY. Elnpsaud 3IIhIi?im hi tto TUrlrlnj gitj AcroN* tliv Kiver. The wedding of Miss .Maggie Lowia ind Mr, Thomas Johns, jr., was celojrated last ovoning at 8:30, at the homo >f the bride, on Jederson street, Jiev. William Lewis, paator of the Welsh Congregational church, oliiciated. Mrs. Adolph Tbeilncker, whose husjand was buried only three weeks ago, ias received a draft for 31,000 life insurnco from the National, of Montpolier, /t. The draft was sent the day the >roof of the doath was received. The franklin college foot ball eleven vUl play Betbany on Saturday, and Heubenville will probably play the rfartin's Ferry Y. M. C. A. The JJothiny club will play at Alartin'a Ferry jfliurouy wook. A number of Martin's Ferry Kepubli* :nns will accompany tho Young Meu'a Republican Escort C'lub of Wheeling to Pittsburgh next .Saturday. Miss Maud Medill, of Tiltonville, and ler friend, Alias VVightmun, of I'ittijurgb, wore in town last evening. 8. B, Williams ia in town to put an (levator in the Scheeble building, cor* ler Hanover and .Second streets. Mrs. Frank Zluk, who has been visit* ng her parents in Cleveland, returned yesterday. An excellent picture of the Vigilant bot ball club wa9 taken by O'Neill. M. Ryan, jr., goes to Central City tolay to work in the glaia factory. Tho meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. totight will bo held at 0 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. James Bmitb, of Toledo, ire visiting relatives here. Captain Lorenzo Dan ford's plurality n the district was 7.1U1. Dr. A. R. Ong and wife wore at Pitta>urgh yesterday. M? Cnnnm ll.irrifl nf Mnin nfcrnnt. in in tho dick lint. Miss Mattie Adams, of Cadiz, was in own yesterday. Lewis Uopo, of Sraithfleld, is visiting tero. Tho Lennox case will be tried to-day, M. Bartholomew is under the weather. Harry Coea ia sick. W. A. McGuiitt;, a well known citizen if McKay, Ohio, is of tho opinion that .bore is nothing as good for children roublod with colds or croup as Chamjorlain's Cough Remedy. Ho has usod t in his family for several years with he boat results aud always koons a hotto of it in the house. After having la trippo ho wua himself troubled with n overe cough. He used other romodies vitliout benefit and then concluded to ,ry tho children's medicine and to his lolight it Boon effected a permanont :ure. The "g electric | thrill of | health ? tc npv^r folt Kir thncr* whr> are run down-out of sorts- = poor in blood-badly nour- S ished?dyspeptic. That == would be impossible, and 3 so the delight of living =5 is lost! == Brown's Iron Bitters brings weak people up to the stan- 25 dard of health?feeds tne blood?act# 55on the nerves?strengthens the mus- s? cles. It brings the blush of youth to weary women's cheeks?is a bqpn to ZS the invalid?refreshes and renews S life in the aged?nourishes the weak, 5 puny child?briefly said, it gives ?? strength, and strength cannot exist S without perfect health. It is a neccs- 55 sity in every family. It does not ?5 injure the teeth or cause constipation. -5 It's Brown's Sj Bitters you need! 2 The Onnfne lins the Crossed Jled Lines on Wrapper, 2 Brown Ciikmical Co., Baltimore, Md. jg lllllllllllllillll!fllifllll!l!lllllillil!lj|li It Le \ ?Pcarline, T Wl? U? save work and yet be safe to ing-pow3ers, all imitations of ] women think. If you can get r why not get safe help from tli ! used the cheapest washing-} Pearline, you couldn't save e ruined garment i *nn nnn rooks riven "TUS MEDIC AA AnVT??H.'? con hliitory of PRXVATB DI?RAS?*S, ttdvi tcmplatinc jsx*rri*??, fnllr illnatratcd. obtain one of tli* moat vc.lnahle booki Tiila book. wiX* be tent to uuyoae free o J<Ii. PI ^ Db. Ottman, Treasurer, FRANCE MEOICAl AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE icoplcal examination. arCisef and corrcupi any part of the U. S. List of 130qncstions free, NO MONEY REQUIRED OF RESPONSE DR6. FRANC formerly of New York, now of THE FRANCE ME by request ol man) friend* ?*t Bridgeport, Sherman Hon ilellairo, Globe Hotel, IVeii Couiultaiiounml KjcutuiuAiloii Froe ami Ktrlctlr i The doctors draorlbo tliu different dUcavM bett rift fur anyone to piiAMjw. Their rii?Jtuo?lic pow TUe KketrmtaUtic Treatment far all forms o( fen I?i/ Miiiiiiond nin! Krmra nf Yniith is ri discovered as used by l)ra. Frauco ?fe Ottmau. '"volunury KmlstiOM TiSSKr1 Kr.^'sr,0.'!^ l*JiAL MKBICUTJE 00 Sold br C1I AS. R OOETZB. Sm:ce<?or to McLat Whs Castoria Is Br. Samuol Pitch and Children. It contains n other Narcotic substance, for Paregoric, Drops, Sootl It is Pleasant. Its guurar millions of Mothers. 0'a.sto - the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Cantorln bsso well adapted techOdrcn that I recommend it as miperiof to any pronoiption known to mp." II. A. Akcurr, M. D., Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. "Thotisoof 'Castoria' In so nnlvcnal ar.d ltd merits io well known that it aoi-m* a work of supererogation to endorsu it. Few arc the intelligent fnmlUre who do not ke**p Coutoria within easy reach." CjUUM Marti*, D. D., New York City. Tins CwrrAtm i m&Ld&te. rst'u _ . Performs Wonders Btl OHf An? Arru UilN?^ Rralii l'o??r. MiMI) L'a rtmti ?f Vnatf* DU#?vt *M?li If will a null; r??m ^ultlilf ?m4 p?r?.a*?ntlj. try IU hfBt bj rcUni Mill, f J.(Hl Ibr ???#! Addrv*> FOR SALE BY LOGAN DKUG CO. t ACHHST # OR KIDNE # Wde(Q^^^?M/irk ^ roujjth*. gpBn <? EJ FOR SAliK BY LOR AN DRUG 00. Weak, Ner tynn *hohiwb?n humbniW' T U U " Cray on," Tr?vho?." "% jonr??ilf irrowlttir oid?>rni * f atn noarnt'iU tbrtr I* no hup* vrrtv?-. or drif line upon * alintvlm* VouKSnriVi TUEU PERFECT HI Wrtt* m? a full hUto*j r,f jtmy ?ml t itM, my ?ki|l 11 I li?vnr>irr?l tli>-iu Kit writ* lirf.irnukint Jt^iUrlnf>??rat ???pj?b?r* ihnt K??pr t' Or. N. E. WOOD. President. CHlCAtO MEDICAL & ! Vomit I u WUeoUtiff Uy lUo LOU AN DUUO CO. :ads the World he first washing-compouml cyB made, and the best. 1 rov^ V to be absolutely harmS to anything that # Y\\ washed?both by the l I 1 L urnm^n u-Kn }>-?? ?. ... t ? "seq l/l 1 it for years, and i,, 'J/ J scientific tests. But the enormoia k demand for Pearlinefor something th.it *j|] use, has started a host of washPearline. They ought t > isky help from a poor imitation, ie original and the best? If lowder for a year, instead of nough to pay your loss in one JAMES PVLE, Ne? York, AWAY=50 Cent Book Free; tulning; nearly out hundred a cc to youtiB and old-cupecinlly thoie co*. Do not foil to improve the opportunityk i wxKca uas ever com* wtimu yoor reiA b receipt of xo cent? postage. Addrcaa. lAJtCB, Colutnbtt*. Ohl>. * . FRANCE MEOIC^I. AMD Sli*?C!CAL INSTITUTE. 3?? 40 W. Gar St., one block ncrtb J Statt li oLfc'*. Colutulius, Obi... ]a. corpo.'ated 1866. Capiul fi>o, DRB.FKAKCEandOTTMAN.of New York.ik eminent Specialist, on account ol th^ir lam Bractice in Ohio, have catabllahrd the Frtki edicat Institute, -where r.U diMuv?? w,;i cesHfnllv treated on ?.he mo?t Srientiflc Ph* ciploa. The Iuatituiebasfor it? F.icultvjCo?t? of r*co*nixed specialiata, each vrainmt la ha protciaiou. Their louu experience In tb% hi mi bonplialu in the world ?*uatlcs them t<- went, lull) trait all form*of Chronle, Narteus and Pmiii D^< ??e?. nlao Plscaiwa of the Eye and Ear IMPORTANT TO IADIES.- Hks. Fiunct ui Ottmaw, after yearu of experience, ha?t ii* covered the great? stenr* known for all di?ri? pernliar to the *e*. Female divuM-i potitiv* I 1 vcur?d br the new remedy, 0li?e Blouom. Tb \ core effected by home treatment. Er.tlrtJr * harmless aud easily applied. CnniulUlieniiJ C Corrcspcndcnco Free and Strictly Confidential. They Imva attained the most wonderful i* ce?n in the treatment o( Catarrh. Stamith, kit ney, Blidde-. Ner*0U?, Chronic and Special Di*e4lrt of men and women. After yearn of eiperiraa they have perfected the most infallible method of curing Vital Drain In Urine. N'octtuiul Losae*. Impaired Memory. Weak Hack, Neli* choir. Want of Energy, Premature Declined the Manly Powera?thoae terrible diiordm arising from ruinons practices of youth, blight in? the most radiant hopea, rendering mar run unhappy, annually sweeping to an aatlatir grave thousands of exalted talent and brut !ant intcllcct. A Perfect Restoration fiuaranttri Bring sample of urine for chemical and mlcr* indence confidential. Treatment sentC. O.D.tt , Addreaa. with poatagc, OR. FRANCE. Columbm,0, le parties to commence treatment. ;e a ottman IjICAL AND SURGICAL INSTITUTE, Cclumbui, Obit id patienta, havo decided to viiit so, Tuesday, Deccinbor 4. Inesday, Dcceinbur 5. ?onfUleutial. from 9 n. m. to a p. m. One dajroalf. or tliitu iho nick aiu tbomtelvM. It Is t wondotfa! or* Uiivo createil wondom throughout tha eomn. iulo Pisoxsw, and the treatment of domluai WhV icujuUod to bo the most sucoaufal wethol er<r ^mrn rut brnc* you op In WMk, Cold with WB1TTII K?t*oui Dability, Loa?offl**?ial Pow?r ia alltmm, from any came. 7f neglactad, aocb troublai Ind u y, $1.00 par box by mail, 6 box** for |5. With urn |S. nn saaraotev in cnra or rrfuad tUa mooi-y. Addrtn Cl?T?4aod, Ohio. n iir.t-- 'I .v fill and Market ,Stri'?;ti im3 nBBnHHn at Is cr'B prescription for Infants either Opium, Morphine nor It is <k harmless substitute <inff Syrups, and Castor Oilltee is thirty years' use hy ria is the Children's Panacea Castoria. Costorla curt* Colic, CtonstlpAtlon, Sour Stomach, Diarrhcea, Knictttioo, Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promote* dfc gcstlon, Without injurious in judication. u For fwveral years X hove recommended your 'Cauturia,' and shall always oontlnue to do so ah It has invariably produoed boneAdd results." Enwnr F. Pa hi i a*, M. D., 12T>th Street and 7th Avo., Now York Qt* PoOTjjnr, 77 Mmuur Snuorr, N*ir York Cttt In a Few Davs. i??t s*?a?i ion*. w?k s?? ??. i*? ImIuho, ural, 4irip?iKl?At. 1c* |>lrl|?l mm a?4 II In |iu?fcli;or UUKK'M MRTK KOOP WW* i, Ik for tS.IH), villi a urillri (iirulr* to t?f? ?r m?M CRANE MEDICAL CO.. Columbus. Ohio. dol5-?w?.?wr CONSTIPATED? Do you hive HEAD- J U your NERVOUS SYSTEM, LIVIR f ;YS out or order? If to, euro yonrteir ny ? ; lil 'H Celery Ten, It ImprovM ?h? i ion. One mouth's treaiment 250. Three J U. Samples sent free. Address, 4 Wrioht'8 Celery Tea Co., 4 columbus. ohio. ^ del.VMWMW vous Men! dby th? "TOertrle Itolta," rNlowflnfl?rer.,,"Bo1n?.'J *?uum.H " Vrce Cor#" gnick*. And who b??? ul worwi YOU who hare irlT*nup In despair. ??)"or 1 fur mri" t?? 1 who nro sinking lot? *n *2111 '"''a ?r>lrknrw> mil mUfortunc. 1*P. aid ?Ayjg tinlUH'ki: TTTmynn zs A OtJJEUffl fi^ynnn sccTADFli NI1PVVUUI llbU I Will-" ?9Uft4Tl<>ft UST?an41MT*c?A?rt. *7 mMN* ??h'>SS! ?04i. ICANn-RRTor. Tw?DtyMW*'?ir*n*aM. ir miir* if. ConmlUiinn* |?r?oii*ii? ?r hf atil. . n. t>. tmlr., ?rJ?rH.i * ln*n>tlr ? * dii?rt J*H' ,i| SURGICAL INSTITUTE, 30 Van Buran St. Chicaftc.l". nulfrrrhv*" e MANHOOD sr! ror norroun proitrntton mm nil nonron* ?if iMthcr nurh 11; Norton* CT0"1?#11 CVrrtti i>oU, linpi.iwncr.Mphtir Kmu?ion?.) outhfitiM*;* crtilvo ?i?o of Tohnwo or Opium, which !? ?? willy. With ?<rerjr oftl*r wobIti* a frlttwi . Malu Hud 1'euUi tilroCU. tlc.'l-W*