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Strange Phenomena Ooaur In a
- Florida Town.. ; '
A. Horse, Bug-fry and Boy Lifted Into
the Air and Blown 200 Feet
Away, Killing thJ Lad. -
Freight Car Turned Ow Twice and
, , Throw Distance of Sixty Fsst Great
DtrniK Don to a Hotel.
. JicKtoilvnxa, Fla., Bept. 24 A tornado
pawed over Paeblo Beach, sixteen miles
from here, at tlx o'clock last evening and
. did great damage to Hurray Hall, an Im
mense beach hotel. The tin roof was torn
off, the windows and doors bo ret In and the
building left in a generally shattered con
, dltlon. . The serrants' quarters and carpen
ter shop near the hotel was completely
: demolished. Prince O'Neil, a boy thirteen
years old, was' standing by the horse and
buggy of Lawrence Hsy'nes; near the danc
- ing pavilion, awaiting the arrival of the
evening train. The horse, vehicle and boy
were lifted into the air and blown nearly
200 feet to the beach.. The boy waa killed
A freight car on side track was lifted in
the air, turned over twice and landed on the
north side of the main track, sixty feet dis
tant A passenger train due at six o'clock:
was half an hour late, owing to obstruo
tlons on the track. . Bad It arrived oa time
a hundred cottager returning from the
city would doubtless have been killed,or se-
riously Injured. The force of the wind was
such that piece of timber were driven
through the two-Inch plank flooring of the
railroad station and were with great diffl
.oulty extricated for the passage of the
'.train. The cottagers escaped with little or
no damage, and no serious Injury to per
sons I reported beyond the death of the
The damage to If array Hall and surround
ings is estimated at 110,000. It closed for the
eason last Wednesday. It is owned and
managed by John O. Christopher, of this
city. Great excitement prevails among the
cottagers, but the weather Is again perfoct
' ly calm. The tornado covered an area ot
not over seventy-five feet in It revolution
and building and person outside of this
circle i were uninjured. The, tornado wa
less than three minutes in duration and
passed off toward the northwest.
Th "Boss President" Most Par 1,800
for Berating to Plajr a Oame With Brook
' lyn. Bat On of the Otnej Forfeited to
ttreohlyn Will bo Counted tor Bt. Louie.
Cixcix in, Sept. 24. Messrs. Von Der
Ahe and Byrne, each with a contingent of
interested parties, arrived here yesterday
morning to attend the me 3 ting of the Amer
ican Association at the Orand Hotel to I
' vestlgate the Broeklyn-Bt Louis squabble,
caused by the latter club leaving the Brook-
lyn grounds on account of alleged nnfair
nmpiriDg, and to Inquire into the action of
. the BL Louis club at Brooklyn in absenting
Itself from the grounds after 30,000 people
had assembled to witness tti game. At
eleven o'clock- the board ot director went
into secret session to consider the matter. '
The directors of the Association doclded
that th first of the disputed game be
given to Bt. Louis by a score of 4 to S and
awarded the second game, at which the 8k
Louis club failed to appear, to the Brooklyn
dub by score of toO.' The fine of $1,500
' against the Bt Louis club for failing to
play this game mast stand. The director
also oensured the players of bath club for
their conduct in endeavoring to delay th
first game sod also recommend the dismis
sal et umpire Goldsmith for incompetency.
Supposed to he the Robbers.
Nioioxis, Mich., Bopt 24. Saturday be
fore the news ot the bank robbery at Hur
ley had reached here, four Hastily dressed
strangers arrived In this city bn the east
bound train of th Duluth, South Bhore &
Atlantioroad. They took dinner at the
. Breltung House, where their appearance
and sot lent excited suspicion. The spoki
man of the party carried a grip and took It
Into the dining room at dinner time. The
, other had no baggage whatever. No one
her had ever wen the men before. After
dinner thev Inquired about the trains, -and
Jen on me nrst passenger train for Chicago.
He le a "Hammer Candidate."
Wahhihotos, Bept 24. Civil Service
'Commissioner Booeevelt has returned from
. hi vacation, which be spent in Idaho bear
and deer hunting. He said In regard to the
newspaper talk about bis being a candidate
. for the Benate from North Dakota that
there was nothing In It and the first he had
heard of it was when he came east "I mar
be what In New York I called a ummer
candidate.' A 'summer "candidate' 1 one
who I run In the newspapers and 1 almost
elected by hi friends, but when the real
election come on In the fall, I never beard
of. No, I'm not a candidate."
Searching for Villain.
Yopkostow, O., bept 24. Officers from
Meadvllle, Pa., are searching for Gas Will
lam, who formerly resided here, but for
two years past baa been in the laundry bus
iness In Meadvllle. Williams, who Is the
head of a family, betrayed Julia Cannon,
aged seventeen, and afterwards secured the
services of a Meadvllle physician and an
abortion was performed, from the effect of
which th girl diod last Wednesday, "'!.
lama left to wn before the officers srri ,
Clsviuhd, O., Bept 24. The fall meet
ing of the Ohio Trotting Horse Breeders'
Association opened yesterdsy with small
attendance. The first race, for two-year-olds,
wa won by Oak Leaf. In th three-
year-old class Han .Malo bad a walk-over.
Time, 2:20)4'. The four-year-old race wa
won by t lonmare. Best tl me, 2 :30V. Hick
thrift won the fourth and last race, 2:20
class, Melrose second. Best time, 2:20.
Will Hot Penult Dlserlaniaatloa.
Chstsxss, Wyo., Sept 24. The const!
totional anventtoa yesterday commenced
wbat is intended to be the nnal work of the
session by adopting several chapters. Th
-legislative apportionment wa determined.
A board f arbitration will settle all strikes.
Foreign polio are excluded. Railway are,
to transport only employe aad their faml
lies free of charge and must not dtscrlmln
ate In making rate. ' .....
It May ho A a at he Mnyhrtek CBsaV
. Loxdox, Bept 84. A post-mortem eiaml
nation of the body of Mr. Weldon, the
weal my merchant wnose death, occurred
.last weak under suspicions circumstance
and whose remain were exhumed on Bun-
day, was held yesterday aad the coroner
. will begin an Inquest today. Th dead
man's brother are oonfldont that he waa
poisoned by hls-wlfe.y - '.. v
' . . k
Examination af C'reala Jurors CohtlaasV
Chicago, Bept. iU.a-BeYenteen tatrema
Wr titused lot du Croola trial
yesterday. iTwo were temporarily passed
" by the Bute, one of them being partially ex
amined, by the defense when the court ad-
. Journnd for the day. Th State used two
Of the O, H. & D. Road Telia About
; the J'amoua Trips .;; '
Hade by ives, Btayner and Woodruff
from Cincinnati with the Trans- -'
fci Books ot th Company. "- -
The Defease fiesta lis rss and the Jar
Is Addressed by Ives' Counsel The Case
Will Probably be Deeided To-day.
New Yobk, Bept 24. The case of Honry
B. Ives was resumed yesterday morning In
General Sessions. James H. Wilson, porter
of the C, H. & V. private car, was sworn
for the defense. The witness testified that
he left Cincinnati for this city on Friday
night last Ho remembered the date of Ives
and Btayncr's departure from Cincinnati In
1886, because there was an election, of offi
cer held the same days He knew Wood
ruff, Htayner, Mr. Btayner, and Ives vary
well. When the oar left Cincinnati the party
(topped at Dayton, where Mr. Ives met
friend. Woodruff bad told him that he
would have some books and papers to take
care of, and be had previously gone to the
office in Cincinnati and was banded these
books and teal by somebody whom he could
not remember. "I took the books to the car
and locked them up. When the party ar
rived In New York Mr. and Mrs. Btayner
and Miss Btayner took a carriage and Ivea
and Woodruff got In cab and went to their
office', I brought over the baggage of the
party from Jersey City."
The witness went on to tell how ne imme
diately returned to the car in Jersey City,
took oat the books ana seal from the locker
and brought them over to No. 25 Nassau
street, this city. Ives and Woodruff not be
ing there, witness waited until they arrived.
The cross examination at this point switched
off on the subject of the detention of the
witness by the authorities of th road, ae
charged by lawyer Brooke, and several tel
egram were read by both sides. One read:
l M YOKK, Sept. V.
J. H. Wilson, Cincinnati:
Your nt lira at th point of death. Cam
here Immediately. W. U. W1U0H.
This was alleged by Colonel fellows to be
a ruse resorted to by the defense for the
purpose of securing the attendance of the
witness. The prosecution the brought out
the fact that Wilson did not see the con
tent of the package at all, although he had
see the seal uncovered. They only looked
and felt like books, and that was a far as
bis knowledge wee. Then, to the surprise
of all, the defense announced that It hud
finished. lawyer Brooko then moved that
the recorder Instruct the Jury to acquit the
defendant- After some wrangling over a
legal point the recorder denied the motion.
Lawyer Brooke then proceeded to make hi
closing speech to the Jurors.
Mr. Brooke finished his address to the
Jury at four o'clock, when the court ad
journed until this morning, when the Dis
trict Attorney will sum up the case lor the
prosecution. Mr. Brooke in his speech
claimed that Russell Boge and Sidney Dil
lon wore at the bottom of the prosecution
of Ives.
A Bags atone Crashes Throagh the Boot
of a Paeseagrr Donah, Severely Injuring
Three Persona. ,
BrsjiforiiLD, Mass., Bept 24. While a
two ton (tone was being swung into place
yesterday by Norcros Bros.' workmen It
struck train No. 40 on the New York, New
Haven & Hartford railroad Just a It wa
crossing Main street and it crashed Into
one of the car. Three of the passenger
were severely Injured. Daniel Callahan, of
Hartford, had two ribs broken and suffered
a dislocation of the shoulder. Mrs. Abbie
Callahan, his wife, bad her left shoulder
bruised snd received a wound on the bead.
Kate Dannehay, of Holyoke, received a
wound in the temple, which resulted In a
concussion of the brain.
The accident could not havebeen averted,
the stone getting beyond control of the
Mshone's Greatest Effort.
Anisono, Vs., Bept 24. General Mabone
arrived here yesterday and was greeted by
a large crowd at the depot A procession
was formed and the General waa escorted
to his hotel In triumph. At the Republican
rally he made whet bis supporters declared
to be th best effort of bis life in the wy of
speech making. The crowd that listened to
General Man one wa not confined to hi
own political party, score of men cheering
for McKinney, without however, seeming
to annoy the General very much.
Loeoaaotlve Engineer Killed.
Ithaca, N. Y., Bept 24. The Delaware,
Lackawanna 4k Western train due here at
2:40 last evening, met with an accident as It
was descending the heavy grade by which
the road reaches this city. A spreading of
the rails threw th locomotive from the
track and down a steep embankment The
locomotive wa completely wrecked and en
gineer Orlando Beely wa instantly killed.
All of the coache remained on the (rack
and none of th passenger were injured.
CoUlatoa Between Lake Steaaa.ra.
Bum Biacb, Mich., Bept 24. Th steam
barge R. L. Fryer came in the harbor of
refuge yesterday, towing the Oceanic. Th
two steamers bad collided off Port Aox
Barque end the Oceanic wastakiag in
water la spile of her pump. Her side and
deck were badly sprang, but th principal
damage seemed to be below the water line
and caa not be estimated except by a diver.
The Fryer was not hurt Both captains are
reticent about the cause of the accident
The Confession la False.
CiHDIX, N. J., Bept 24. Prosecutor en-
kin denies the alleged confession made by
the aegro Murray in the Laconey murder
case. He said: "Home of the facte are true
aad have been published before, but as an
entirety It I untrue. The statement that
the Btote had Information about a will left
by Richard Leconey in which the bulk of
the property wa left to Annie Laconey la
positively without foundation." .
Indicted for Harder.
Chiciso, Bspt 21 The grand Jury ye
terday returned an Indictment for murder
against W. E. Purdy, the traveling com
nan Ion of Bamnel E. Reinlnger, who wa
found dead near Calumet An officer has
left for Mansfield, O., v. here Purdy Is held
under arrest to bring him to this city.
I r - Mlno Fa tall ties.
Isarsmno, Mich., Bept 2t-Michael Ca
rls, an Italian miner, forty years old, wa
killed by a fall of rock la th Calumet and
Hecla mine yesterday morning. He leave
a widow and three children. Han Brian
stole arid on skip In th Allowei eopper
mine when be fell off, dropping 000 Met
He leaf a wife sod four children. V
0 xTrmprr Dead. V
Nsw Yo. Bept 4- Miss ElUsbeth Kb-
terttahhv an ieliierly lady of No. 1 West
Port v-fl lUi afreet dropped dead while waits-
ing Fifth avenue Bnndayevenlng In com
pany with another lady aad Bev. rarcer
Morgan. of whose church she wa a m
per. The cause of her sudden death I aot
yet known.
PAILCU fQr, 4UU,UDt ; ' t
The Rxtmnlve
Pnotlsblag Room ot Bet-
fnr.l, Urke Co, rnasrtlnte the Wane's
' ui m nssnm
CuicAoo, Bopt 34. The mammoth pub
lishing house of Bctford, Clarke ft Co.
which has a larn establishment here and
branches in New York snd Baa Francisco,
fulled Monday afternoon. The assets are
estimated at between 2200,000 and 2300,000
and the liabilities aro at least 2400,000. The
heaviest creditor are in New York and Baa
Francisco. - A receiver has been appointed
who will continue to publish. Belford's
Monthly, a magazine which the firm has
been publishing for some time and which
has a subscription list of over 25,009.
New York, Bept 24. The sheriff yestor
terday took possession of Bel ford, Clarke &
Co. '1 place of business in this city, on an at
tachment for ,000 obtained by G. F.
Bhepard, as assignee of the claim of tb
First National Bank of Chicago. The Brook
lyn branch wa seized. Bradatreet' say
that the business was started In 1879. The
house had trouble in 1880 and 1881, but came
out all right both times and was extending
Its business largely until a Are in 18S6 some
what crippled it and it has since been re
ducing Its expenses. It did business largely
on borrowed capital.
The Greatest Trotting Event of th Tear
Results In Victory for Neleoa.
BoeTO!t, Bept 24. The great stallion trot
ting race for the Batch stake of 210,000 wa
trotted yesterday at Beacon Park before
15,000 persons. . The weather wa perfect
and th track waa in vary good condition
for fast time. Nelson and Aleryon were
greeted with long continued applause when
they appeared. Th betting Just before the
race wa 2100 to IM on Nelson agalnat Al
eryon, and $18 to 116 against the Held. At
the last moment Mr. Nelson, the owner of
the flett Maine stallion, decided to hold the
reins himself. Summary :
Nelson - -. . . . . 1J1
Pilot Knox - - - - - 842
Aleryon - - - - 228
Junemont - - . - - -' -488
Grsnby - - - - - 554
Time, 2:18V, 2:17!, 2:18.
Cansed by a MUpUeed Switch.
CniCAoo, Bept 24. The limited passenger
train on th Northwestern railroad that
left thi city Sunday night wa wrecked at
Blackberry, a station about sixty mile
from Chicago. An unknown tramp was
killed, but no one else was seriously In
jured. Three passenger were slightly
bruised and one suffered scalp wound, but
all were able to continue their Journey. Th
accident occurred at the end of the double
track and the freight train was at a stand
still. The limited, which was running slow
ly, ran Into them owing to a misplaced
switch which had carried the freight train
on the wrong track.
The Brotherhood's Offers.
MmxiArous, Minn., Bept 24. Overture
have been made toheverai of the crack play
ers of the Western Association by member
of the Brotherhood to Join the Co operative
League. Duke, Hengle and Foster, of Min
neapolis; Nichols, Clark and Nagle, of
Omaha; Widner, of Bt Joe; - Burdlck,
Crotty and BeweU, of Sioux City, are among
those mentioned. The Minneapolis player
do not deny having received offers, but have
not yet accepted. The managers do not think
any thing will result.
rattleaaaa hf ordered end Bobbed.
Wichita, Kan., Bept it. George Latham,
a leading cattleman of the State, waa found
dead Sunday twenty-five miles northwest
of here. The body waa close to a hedge.
well covered with grass. Latham was her
last Tuesday, and left for home late. He
was known to have considerable money and
a magnificent watch. Tb each and time
piece are missing. It Is believed be was
murdered. '
ffeavtast Rainfall on Record.
Jacksoxvillb, Fla., Sept 24. Torrents of
rain fell all day Monday and late in the af
ternoon there waa an unprecedented elec
trical disturbance, followed by a hurricane
nd cloud burst which passed over the city
to the northeast The street were flooded,
ewers burst and pavement were washed
out The rainfall wa th heaviest on rec
ord here for the same length of time.
Collided With a Steamer.
Visxtaid Havi, Mass., Bept 24. The
schooner C. B. Schmidt of Bridge ton, N.
J., ice laden from Gardiner for Philadel
phia, wa In collision with the steamer
Reading off Croee Rip yesterdsy. The
schooner wss cut below Um water' edge on
th starboard Quarter and Immediately
People at Lorain rial as That the Bodies
of the Victims of th Yaeht Disaster
Were Robbed ef a Large A meant of
Clivilaiv Sept 24. More or less talk
ha been indulged In at Lorala since tb
burial of th Leo' victim In regard to the
scarcity of money found on bodice recov
ered. John R. Tunto, whose body wa
found at th foot of Lawrence stieet and
brought In by undertaker Heffmn'e men. as
sisted by an employe of th Otis Steel
Works, ws the only one whose funds were
found Intact He had 812.M on hi person,
which Is said to be the least amount carried
by any of th excursionists, none of whom
started away without some money. Bur-
prise ws manifested by employe pf Hogan
ft Harris' morgue when Con Bitter's, cloth
ing was searched and found to contain no
money, a men in th saloon boslnoss sre
ususlly In th habit of carrying considera
ble cash with them. Mr. Bitter Is said, by
Lorain parties, te have had nd lea than
(ISO on hi person at the time or me disas
ter. Irvin. D. Lawler't pocket-book wa
found to contain two promissory note ef a
total face value of Va-t, bat the bills which
were said to have been In the came wallet
a well as a handus of small change, which
he carried in hi pant pockets, were mil
Ing when the body wa removed from the
water. Benlamla Klein bad a twenty dol
lar bill and gold watch on his person before
leaving Lorain, but neither could be brand
when his clothing was searched.
The total amount of money which Lorain
friends say wa In possess loo of the pasaea
ger on the Leo is aot known, but would
probably reach several hundred dollar.
The wa tehee worn by them, with the excep
tion of Klein', war found untouched,
which la the more singular In view of the
fct that a watch, being the heavier, would
be the more easily removed from the cloth
ing by the water's action than would bill
carried In the pant pocket The water
would hav the effect of causing the bill
to stick to the lining of a pocket rather
than to remove them. Lorala people are
greatly excited over the facta set forth
above and Insist that th bodies of the dead
most have been plundered before their dis
covery waa known to the andjeruker aad
friends who were searching for them. They
account for th presence of the watches on
th bodies by saying that Jey would be
mors easily ideatiAed. and thjerafore were
unsafe spoil lor IM vandal,' 1
The remains af IMcfehuoa, thoogineerf
the Ul-fsted yacht Leo, were buried Monday
afternoon at Woodland Cemetery. No word
ha yet been received from hi friends and
tot burial took place at the coroner oraer.
Recommended by the highest medical
and chemical authorities, who testify to
Ha ahaointe purity, wholmomeness and
wonderful strength. Every can guaran
teed to do the work of any other baking
powder coaling twice as mueh. Every
can guaranteed to give satisfaction, or
purchase money refunded.
-l X Be, lee.) !4 Pa, Be.
If your Oaler iloea not keep Crown, do not
tit him prnusde yon to boy some other be
claims to be Just aa good, but ask bin to obllaa
yon by getting
TIMITABLE-InXffectJiinee, 1888.
EASTWARD. No5 No7 B82loU
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Osk Harbor Ar 84! IK t m 10 On
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Clyde tit lift IONs.l
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Monroevills Lv f IM 4 4 f 06
Nevwalk .... 1010 Ih 445 I 17
Wellington II 00 4 14 7 66
Crcston Lr II 43 503 t SO 4 4
Ornllls Art IS 40 ttCH 8 SB 4 10
Akron .....At in 811 5 83
Yoe iLSIoen J tu 7 64
PltUbnrgb. 7 1 50 4 15 11 nS
OrrviUe Lv 140 4 00 4 20 69
Mssslllon Lv 1 4U 4 40 7 00 7 00
N irene 145 4 5 714 714
Valley Jnnctloa Lv lot TW 7 45
Canal Dover 8 50
Cambridra 4 44
Marietta Ar 7 03
Valley Junction 80 7 4 0O g 00
gherrodeville 846 803 840 40
Bowerstoa Ar 8W 815 8 10 8 10
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4 40 "730am Milan 4 48 4 04
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shows t' me of L. 8. AM. 8. R'y So. between
Munroevllls snd Toledo, tor sccomoasiion oi
Train Mo. IS Irsvee Toledo 7:45 p. m., carries
passengers from Toledo only to points west of
Kinnway. . ,
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NEV PUBLICATIONS, selected with reference i to perm-! v
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LIBRARY SETSof standard works.
CHEAP B00KS-A large assortment.
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West Side Public Square,
The Oldest Furniture Store in Town,
Having had 3 6 competitors and still lives.
Furniture of all desio-ns
had at our rooms
Undertakine: attended to with the usua
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different styles as shown below:
No. 1 is a one passenger Cart with a slat battom. No. 2 is a one pass
anger Cart with a square body in place of slats. No. 3 is a two pass
enger Cart with a slat bottom. No. 4 is a two passenger Cart with a
square body in place of slats. No 5 is a two passenger Cart with
squre body with closed up back and with box four inches deep with
oapening on top. No. 6 is a Pole Cart. T. Doland.
BTlie Greatest Blood Purifier i
TMa Great German Mrdldns Is the
ohrapeet ami beet. 13H dosrs of HI. L.
I III. II I)i, , E.nainifiM)ini
one cent a done. It will ears
worst rases of akin (Harass, fn
a common pimple on the face
to mat awrui nisniae ncroraia.
beat nedldiM to nes In til
naaes of aaen atabhont
lerp seated rtliasirt
not ever ma
oTimuvut l.theyaredrarti
er what alia
iy. riareyour trnat in
ths purest nd
you, oa
Xnfnrinr ItTlLara 1
IiyomrToo7BsOatJ '
wiuiayelloweUrJtyiKmt wait nDUl yon
auiiatannrr isyoar-farennaiiewwaja,or
breath tnal aalars I at on year back.
offenafver Toiirlrt Ret some at anna, ll
stonuu-a Is otiisfwHI curs yon. Baluhur
of order. Uat' UlKerl Is
3UI.I-IH K yTk. i.n. Tf-i.-A
RITTKIilVsr mv m,s . aiwMi
lmmllataryTVynur,fl)ae1anl tnt-
i.yonr i r mtanuffur soon nuulewell hy
uae. Keiuemlier what you
mpy, ein-M rrad here, It niay save your
ady, efe, It has saved hundreds.
wait untu lo-morraw.
Try a Bottle To-diy I
or siilfeniiv from tM oiirmMa of
8mk1 I Swni MMitii m A. P. 4nlWBT ft
hoiUintMnm,9 tot best mallctl work puuhXJ
UaaDABir ntt8 n 8 nVstH nV ViMnaTI wMfWVt ll I
A rtvr uu uiMal wOipirtuiiT UinVt cui m wlwiiJieUsaf j:i
UtharartKl Uh 8lil08Mn( (itijh,K Liinir. JtMht'i
ItHlUfMUam. lawanl halios. sLiliauutlutx lnaUwstitiw Uh
ItUiriiiUavLjarfi, lrftaij Hitakrtrss, UMt avll ptvinJ tuid 1
atitwr ot Um nkofeh 4M4 Jkml. too. u vruiiisl-u
f nrfloma, BnaWina. A
tA Ui faS. W.v.r fill..
luaara. Ueanlna4iragsaa, aUOusUO, K it.
SttvpaaU lsle. kuslirrcoinfurltolhf4.
A O' aat Surpriaa
It in 4tora tct all who as 'Kemp's Btl
asm for the throat ' and JunRS tb erfsl
fraartntel remedy. Would yon befieve
that It It sold on It merit and that any
druggist is uiDort2a oy to proprietor)
this wondrrtol remedy to tire yoa t an
pie bottle free It never fall to core tout
or chronic coach. All dragfrist el
Kemp' Balsam, Large bottle 60 cent
"l!i7,V rhJel WV?lTni "Ti! Jr"''
at living prices.
When f aavfTmt I do hot mesa merery ta
.ton them for s Urns, and then hsvs them re
turn aain. 1 asa A KAUICAL CVH&.
,1 ba luso iu nuraa. wa
A Ufs lons study. I warratt my remedy to
CtlKH the worst cases. llcsu.w others havO
'ailel Is ao reason hr not .ow re xlvina sear,
jenil at once fur a treat :aa and Fkk HOTTt
ol my Ikvai.ubl Hums nr. tilva Kxprea
and Post Ofllre. It eoru yoa nothing lur a
jlai, and It will ear yoa. Address -H.G
ROOT, M.C 183 PttllT,mYBtt
Bai klm' Aruira Salr
The bent aulye In tlie. world fut
oni'i, surea. ulcers, .alt rhajm, ' -t '
ton, tulit r. i:h)Hl bands, cbll- s, :
joros and all skin eruptions, and pw . ,
!y cure pilf. or no ay rrquirw; i i
(narsnteed lo give rerfi-cl talitfsi'li or
money rctunded. Phr 25 cenlt pen 4.
For 81 bv Wooatav k Adams. i.ivl
Interested Feopla.
Advertitinft a patent medlclnathi
vuiisi w mj iu .uiLii Acm u . x)aiaaui,iur
Uouht and Uoldt does, it 14 Indeed wono
dertul. lie authorizes dtaggtst te
Rive those who csll for it, uample boltl
Irre, that they may try It before purchs
ing. The larce bottles are SO cents and
'ne dollar. We certainly would advise a
trial. It may save you from coniumplion,
Temperance lecturer in New Eogland.Mn.
Jhn Barton, says: I wss subject to I ho
deathly sick besdscbea and also dynpepsia.
Hulphnr bitter enred "me when all othnr
remedies failed. -Mr. Bartort U tlie wife
of John Burton, superintendent of repalm
Pacific mills, Lawrence, Mae.
. . . A.Btr'ainndorflement
t-v ' r-' L K: :--ToUdo,..o.
J. M. Loot Bed Clover Co.r-4ientle.
meq: Having made lite"" of your valuablt
e remedy. I can recommend it as tin
I ever used ; havlnf found almost en
lira rellet from using It four time. Hon.
lng.othert Hill try it with th 4am ano.
c. . I sm yonre very truN. II. M.
Ilxl ey. No 50 Bummlt 6t,
'Hir u u

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