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THE ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY. MAY U, 1890. THE STRANGE STORY Allan dmtennain'sWife ' B V JS. EEDEH HAGOAKD, Author r, vfiios," !"Kiito SouMoir'i I Mures.? filxB, "Clio $ , 'pinU," Etc. H AN AFRHN ROMANCE, ,V.e ' 4 . CHAPTER il ocunurusn. i X hwe little dwibVtha he waa ad dressing hs tost wlfe, some rlalon of Wlom had, AaahedVaoTbee his dying Bensea;-etellaj -of oovrsev wm over ftrbelmed with grief at hat loss. Till I lome her father , had been her sole oom loo, and therefore; as' tear be imar- eo, tne tie between teem was mnoh than la usual even In the ease of thop and dautrhtnr. Hn riitenlv AM alia I mourn mat i began to tear for the ef- ;feot upon her health. Nor were we the 'duly ones to grieve; all the natives on I the settlement called Mr. Carson "fe lUior," and as father they lamented ifilm. -me air resounded with the wall' lag of women, and the men went about with bowed heads, saying that ''the sun UMsetin the heavens, now only the war (Stella) remained." Indaba-slmbi alone did not mourn. He said that it was best that the Inkoos should die, for iwhat was life worth when one lay like a (log? moreover, that it would have been ,weu ior ail 11 be bad died sooner, t On the following dsy we buried him in 'I the little graveyard near the waterfall. j(t was a sad business, and Stella cried very muoh, In spite of ail I could do to oomfort her. , That night as I sat outside the hut .smoking for the weathor was hot and 'Stella was lying down inside old Inda-jba-slmbl came up, saluted and squatted at my feet "What Is it, Indaba-dmbir I said, : "This, Maoumasahn. When are you going to treic towards the coast?" "I don't know," I snswerod. "The Star Is not fit to travel now, we must wait awhile." "No, Maoumasahn, you must not wait, you must go, and the Star must take her chance. She is strong. It is nothing, iiil will be well" j "Why do you say so? Why must we I ' "For this reason, Macumazahn," and ,he looked cautiously round and spoke I low. "lh baboons have oome back in thousand. All the mountain is full of them." 1 "I did not know thst they had gone," J said. "Yes," he answered, "they went after the marriage, all but one or two; now they are back, all the baboons in the world, I think. I ssw a whole cliff black '. with them." I "Is that alir I said, for I saw that be ' 'had something behind. "I am not afraid of a pack of baboons." '. "No, Macumazahn, It is not all. The Babyan-frau, Hendrlka, la with them." Now, nothing had been beard or seen of Hendrlka slnoe her expulsion, and Jthongh at first the and her threats ! haunted me somewhat, bydogreosshe . ihad to a great extent passed out of my mind, which was fully preoccupied with 'Ntella snd my father-in-law's Illness. started violently. "Iiow do you know tbls7"I asked, s "I know it because I ssw her, Macu .mazahn. She is disguised, she dressed up In baboon skins, and her face 'Is stained dark. But though she was a .long way off I knew her by her site, and I ssw the white flesh of her arm when the skins slipped aside. She has come back, Maoumasahn, with all the baboons in the world, and she has oome back to do evlL Now do you understand why you should trok7" i "xes,- i said; "tbough I don't see how she snd the baboons ean harm us, I think that it will be better to go. If neoeaeary we can camp the wagons somewhere tor awhile on the Journey. Hearken, Indaba-slmbi; say nothing of this to the Star. I will, not have her frightened. And hearken again. Speak to the head men, and see that watohers . a set around all the hats and gardens, And kept thee night and dsy. To-mor- vrm we will get the wagons ready, and next day we will trek," set to oover them, and they had gVown", ratinhia shadow. - Then he had died. and the 8ter their father's daughter, had married mo. Macumazahn., and thev had believed that I , should take their father's place and let them live In mv shadow. What should they do when there was no one to proteot them?1 ' The We i ft dortUd,1ea.-,BM MrnadV! ',f; fcOtaWi iihb'Jbita,iAI I' f Jl drew near I could see that my messenger had roused fiB7erahMSVtoave Ty T CT CT u njiuu a uutires 1 in laoir nanus were running up towards the kraals. When I reached the hut I met, old Indaba-ilmbl, who wore a very serious face. r. m Order Issued1 to' Supervisors ol the Census Which Prohibits the liwAnftnu Wbes were kept from attacking them "So the evllas fallen. M'abumazahn,'' . . I Enumerators Of Extra Com. by fear of the white man.- If he vent he said. ' , . rj-iki , . . ., , ' they would be eaten un," and so. on. Alaal there was but too much founda tion for their fears. , , ., . ', ,.' . I returned to the huts at midday to get some dinner. Stella said that she was going to pack during the afternoon, so I did not think it neoessery to osutlon her about going out alone, as I did not wish to allude to the subject of Hendrlka and the baboons unlets I was obliged to. I told her, however, thst I wonldoome back to help her as soon as I could get away. Then I went down to the nitlve kraals to sort out such cattle as belonged to Mr. Carson from those which belonged to the Kaffirs, for I proposed to take them with us. It was a large herd, and the business took an incalculable time. At length, a little before sundown, I gave it up, and leaving Indaba-slmbi to finish the Job, got my horse and rode homewards. Arriving, I gsve the horse to one of the stable boys, and went Into the cen tral hut There was no sign of Stella, though the things she had been packing lay about the floor. I passed first Into our sleeping hut, thenoe one by one Into all the others, but still ssw no sign of her. Then I went out, and calling a Kaffir in the garden, asked him If he had seen his mistress. He answered: "Yes." He had seen her carrying flowers, walking towards toe graveyard, holding the little white girl my daughter as he called her, by tne band, when the sun stood "there," and he pointed to a spot In the horizon where it would have been about an hour and a half before. "The two dogs were with them," he added. I turned and ran towards the graveyard, whioh was about a quarter of a mile from the huts. Of course there was no reason to be anx iousevidently she hsd gone to lay the flowers on hor father's grave. And yet I was anxious When I got near the graveyard I met one of the natives, who, by my orders, had been set round the kraals to watch the plaoe, and noticed that he was rub- thousand echoes with our tries. But no blng his eyes and yawning. Clearly he I answer oame to them. In) vain our eyes had been asleep. I asked him if he hsd searched the sides of predlnloes formed seen his mistress, and he answered that Pf water-riven rooks fantastically plied he had not, whloh, under the elroum-1 one upon another; In vain we searched "It has fallen." I anawAMM 1 ,r be said again. "She is not dead, nor the little maid, and before they die we snail nna mem. Kemember this. Hen drika loves hor. 4 She will not harm her, or allow the babyans o harm ber. She will try to hide her away from you, that is all." , "Pray Ood that we may find her," I groanea. i ne iignt is going fast "The moon rises in three hours." he answered; "we will search bv moonlleht It Is useless to start now; see, the sun sines, tiet us get the men together, est and make things ready. Ilamba eaOil. Hasten slowly. Maoumasahn." As there was no heln. I itook his ad vioe. I could eat no food, hut I packed some np to take with us and made ready ropes and a rousrh kind of litter. If we found them they would scarcely be able to walk. Ahl if welfound theml How slowly the time passed It seemed hours before the moon rose. But at last it did rise. j, . men we started. . In all we were about a hundred men, but we only mus tered five guns between us.kny elephant roer, ana lour mat naa oeisnged to Mr. parson CHAPTER XII we gained the spot by the stresm where Stella had been takeh. The na tives looked at the torn fragment of the dogs, and at the marks bf violence. and I heard them swearing to each other tnat whether the Star lived or died they would not rest until they lad extermi nated every baboon on Batman's Peak. I eonoea tne oath, and, as (hall be seen, we kept It We started on along the! stream, fol lowing the spoor of the b . boons as we best could. But the st: am left no Spoor, and the hard, rooly banks but little. Still we wandered n. All night rwe wanaerea through the! lonely moon lit valleys, startling the silence into a ; pensation rrom KarilclpalitlM, Corporations, Iadl. vldual or Asuoelatloiu Tha Eleventh Centos atott be Above Huiplolon. Washington, May lar-SuDerlntend- ent. Porter has sent the, following Im portant order to all supervisors of cen sus: ; - , ..'.Mr : , 'It has been brought to the attention of the Superintendent of the Census that the olty oounclls and boards of trade of certain western cities have appropri ated sums of money to aid their census supervisors in the enumeration of the population. While it may be urged by some that suoh proceeding is legitimate ana merely intended to help the Gov ernment to obtain a . fair and full enumeration, I am compelled to look upon it as a most irresistible tempta tion to iraua, and as oonseauentlv en dangering an honest, flount of . the peo ple. If tolerated by this office it would nave a tendency to brins the whole con us into disrepute.;. You are ; therefore positively instructed not to receive any suoh compensation yourself nor counte nance for one Instant the payment to enumerators of any sum of money what ever, by munlolDalltioa. eornnrttlnniL associations or persons. -ny supervisor of census who is not oontent with the remuneration allowed by law (which is double the amount paid in 1880 should at once resign.'' The eleventh census must and shall be above suspicion. To tolerate any action on the part of municipalities, associations. organisations or 'ndividuals, no matter now powerful thoy mav be. which hu for its purpose the debauching or which would even throw the slightest taint upon toe truthfulness of the returns. would, in my opinion, be nothing short ui a crime srainst tha irnin a nf ih United States. This whole matter, to- gether with the facts in the possession of this office, has been laid before the Seoretary of the Interior, and the action oi the superintendent of the Cnntui in placing every legitimate obstacle at his oommsnd in the way of the distribution of local funds for this purpose meets wun tne secretary's approval." stances, was not wonderful Without stopping to reproach him, I ordered the man to follow me, and went to the graveyard. There, on Mr. Carson's gravo, lay the drooping flowers which btella bad boen carrying, and there in the fresh mold was the spoor of Tota's veldsohoon, or bide slipper. But where wore they? I ran from the graveyard and called aloud at the top of my volje, but no an swer came. Meanwhile the native was more profitably engaged in tracing their Be nodded his white look and went to do my bidding, leaving me not a little disturbed unreasonably so, indeed. It i , kraa a strange story. That this woman jbad tha power of conversing with baboons I knew. That was not so very fffonaerrol, seeing that the Buahmea ' palm to be able to do the same thing, land she had been nurtured by them. i (9t thst she had been able to muster (them, and by the strength of her human ' prill and Intelligence muster them In " wdar to forward her ends of revenge, netted to me so incredible that after jrafleotloii, my fears grew light Still I Uetemined to trek., After all, a Jour ney la an ox wagon would not be suoh ( very terrible thing to a strong woman HaxrasKMnea to roug ning it, . whatever bar state of health. , And when all was aidaeddone I did not like this tale of U preeeaoe oi nsuuus wiin oouut- less hosts of baboons. . I So I went to Stella, and without aay dag a word to her of the baboon Story, - (told her I bad been thinking matters ' rvvt, ana naa oome to toe conclusion ithat It was our duty to follow her father's Instructions to the letter, and leave Babyan kraal at once. Into all jour talk I need not enter, but tha end of it was that she agreed with me snd ueolared that she could quite well man age the journey, , saying, moreover, (that now that ber dear father was dead r.e would be glad to get away. Nothing happened to disturb us that night, and on the following morning I !jrat p early making preoaratloae. Tha despair of the people when they learned . that we wera goings to leave theai was v aoanething qolte pitiable. I eoald only dDaeole them by declaring that wo were femtoa s )oumey, and weald rotor tha ' following year. ",, .. ihiha. wSut AmaA th IuIimIi , wwrw utue towj mwm . lived fas his shadow, , He had reoeiva theat wbea they wera evtceste aa4 waa ; lerere, wit nut te U a of a bl H I BUSRXD TO TUX SPOT." spoor. He followed it about a hundred yards till he oame to a clump of mimosa Dusn that was situated between the stream and the ancient marble quarries just aoove the waterfall and at the month of the ravine. Here he stopped, and I heard him give a startled cry. I rushed to the spot passed through the trees ana sew this. The little ooen space In the center of the glada had oeen tee soene or a struggle. There, la tha soft earth, were the marks of three hamaa feet two shod, one naked Stella's, Tote's and UtdrikS$. Nor was this all. There, olose by, lay tha frag. mente of tha two dogs they wera nothing more and one baboon, not vst quite dead, which had been bitten in the throat by tha dogs. All around as was the spoor of numberless baboons. The full horror qf what had happened nasnea into my mina. , My wife and Tote had been carried off by the baboons. As yet they ' had not beea killed, for, If so, their remains would have been found with those of the dogs. They had beea earrled off. i The bnrtes, acting under the direction of the woman-monkey, Headrlka, had dranred them away to some secret den. there to keep them till they died or kill theml For a moment I HWrallv stars-end Denes in me terror oi the shock. Then I routed myself from my despair. I bade the native ran and alarm the eeonle at the kraals, telling them' to oome armed and bring ma guns and ammanlttoa. He went like the wind, and I turned to fol low the spoor. For a few yards It was plain enough Stella had been dragged along. I could see where her heels hsd Strack the ground; the child had, I pre sumed, been earrled at least there were no marks of her feet At tha water's edge the spoor vanished. Tha water was shallow, and they had gone along la it or at least Hendrlka and her victims had In order to obliterate the tralV I could see where a moss-grown stone had been freshly tamed over la the water-bed. I ran along tha bank some way up ths ravine la the vela hope of batching a sight ef them. Presently I heard a bark la the aliAi above it was answered by another, and then I saw that soores si baboons were hidden about among the rooks an either side, and wera slowly swinging themselves down to bar the path. To go on named as I was would fee, unless. ' !. should only be tors to through endless dells and fern-clad crannies. There was nothing to be found. How eould wo expeot to find two human beings hidden away in the re- ceases of this vsst stretch of mountain ground, which no man yet had ever fully explored? They wera lost, and in all human probability lost forever. To and fro we wandered hopelessly, till st last dawn found us footsore and weary nearly at the spot whence we hsd started. We sat down waiting for the sun to rise, and the men ate of such food as they had brought with them, and sent to the kraals for mora. I sat upon a stone with a breaking heart I can not describe my feelings. Let the reader put himself in -my posi tion and perhaps he msy get some idea of them. Near me was old Indaba slmbi, who sat staring straight before him as though he were looking into space, and taking note of whst went on there. An idea struck me. This msn had some oooult power. Several times during our adventures he hsd prophe sied, and in every case his prophecies boa proven true, lie it was who, when we escaped from the Zulu Impl, had told me to steer, north, because there we should find the place of a white man who lived under the shadow of a great peak that was full of baboons. Perhaps he could holp in this extremity at any rate it was worth trying. "lndaba-zlmbi," I said, "you say that you can send your spirit through tbe doors of space and soo whst we oan not see. At the loost I know that yon oan do strange things. Can you , not help me now? If you can, and will ssve her, I will give you half the cattle that we have here." . . , "I never said any thing of the sort, Maoumasahn," he answered. "I do things, I do not talk about them. Neither do I seek reward for whst I do like a oommon witch-doctor. It Is well that yon hsvs asked me to use mv wis dom,. Maoumasahn, for I should not have used It again without being asked no, not even for the sake of tha Star and yourself, whom I love, for If so my spirit would have been angry. In tha other matters I had s part for my lira was aonoernea as well as yours; but in this matter I have no part and there fore I might not nee my wisdom unless yon thought well to oall anon mv snldt However, It would have been no good to ask ma before, for I . have only teas louna tne nero want and be nroduoed a nana. rm of Jeeves or s plant that was unramuiar to me. .It had prick! v leaves. shaped very muoh like those of the oom mon English nettle. ;',! j till. . W - i ea -mi,; naoumassaa." be want on. bid tha men leave us alone, and then follow me presently to. the little glade sown were oy tne water." I did so. When I reached the irlada I louna inasDe-umM Klnailng a small Are under the shadow of a tree by the edge oi ui water. , . "Sit there, Maoumasahn." he said. pointing to a stone near tha fire, "and do not be surprised or frightened at any thing you see. If you move or call out we shall learn nothing." to as ooMTumcD. MbmbiM of tha fashionable ' world who constantly yearn after some new things are, at present Interested la tha suggestion of the triangular table dor dinner parties. It Is done by arranging three tables in a triangle. Tha host site at tha point of the triangle,' with the hwo most distinguished female meats on his right and left hand. Tha hostess occupies the center of the base of tha triangle and haa the distinguished men with her. The beauty of this arrange ment is that at large dinners tha hoc and hostess are not entirely removed from tha guests at th center of tha table, A QUESTION OF MONEY, Pretldant Spalding- Hays the Flhl B- National League and the Broth.rhood W1U be Won by tha Or aranUatlnn Bavins; the Largmt Bank Account. Chicago, May 13. President A. O. Spalding, of the local National League club, has returned from the east He denies that the League schedule will be touched. "The League will flirht it out on the line it has chosen," he said. "On that point we are determined. Ws have oome to the conclusion thst two first class leagues can not live, and we recog nize that one or the other must go. If we tose we are ready to pack un our traps and leave tbe Players' League in possession, but if we are going to stay, then the Players' League must ro. It will be a question of bank rolls now, and I think we are prettv well heeled. Chicago can not support two clubs, I am convinced. Record la the MoCalta Cm. Washinotok, May 13. The record of the MoCalla court-martial has been re ceived at the Navy Department and Judee Advocate General lie my is mak ing a full synopsis of tbe case for the consideration of the Socretary of the Navy, who will have final jurisdiction in tne matter, unless tbo sentence IsdlS' missal, in which event the President alone can act The result of the trial will not be known officially until the Socretary is prepared to promulgate the notion of tbe department Chloago Brcworlei Sold and Contolldated, . Cuicaoo, May 13. The purchase and consolidation or tbe loading Chicago Drowerios nas nnaiiy been consum mated and the details of the futuremsn agementare about perfected. Russell Monroe, of Rochester, N. Y., has been at tbe utcbelleu for several weeks working to this end, and the matter is now in suoh shspe that the stock will soon be placed upon the English mar ket lhe price to be paid by the com pany for tbe breweries and malting Business is i,vuu,uuu ' Compelled to Ceato Dtulnau. ' Pbiio.dki.pbia, May IS, The Ameri. can Life Insurance Company olosed its aoors (Saturday. President MoFsrJane said tha immediate effect of the quo warranto writ issued by the Attorney General to appear in court and show cause why its business should not be olosed would be to stop business at once From the time of the reoelpt of the writ of the Attorney deherel the company can o no mora lire insurance. . ' . Robbed and Assaulted His afUtreet.' Nxw Yohk, May 12. Raymond Car roll, son of the mayor of Rochester, was held in tbe police oonrt yetterdsy for trial in $300 ball, on tha charge of as ssultlng Judith Torrey, with whom he is said to have been living for some time. Miss Torrey says Carroll sou an- dored $15,000 of her money in rambllnir. ann men got drank and blackened her Take It and be Well. Gathered from held and Torest are the compimeni parti - 8wifipeeWa There Is nothing in lit-wblch' tomes romthe chemist's shop, hence it is the great reme oy to help nsiure to ward off disease. In the laprlng months Is -the-beet time to brace up the hcal'h. Take B.B.B. when you feel dull and hesw uka it h.n your blood is too thick and slew, snd your f Oi?" feelings will tell you when: Every man,1 niauuu wu tiuuu wuuiu on we better' for havlnr taken a few bottles ot H s ft tue spring. 1 realise on blood and skin diseases manea iree. swift Spbctfio Co, ! , Atlanta, ua, v TrTJHB, TABXy-ijialfect ia.i, 1800. J V ( 1 SraAsywn4jTB. EASTWARD. Moi IMoT NofH13 Oevelnnil flhln . J. M. Loose Red Clover Co.. Detroit Mich. 1 was recommended bv one whn A been cured by it, lo use your Red Clover Extract I done so and have been a hsppy woman ever since. The first ap plication rave me more relief than all the medicine 1 had ever taken. After using less than one-third ot the solid extract sent me, l walked from rcy house down town, a distance of one mile, for the first time in a years. I can be on my feet all day, without soy suffering, my work is a pleasure to me and I no more look tor- ward with dread to days of pain and guff- akl mmm M IT r . .t rf-M ciiujf. i our iiea uiover nas given me new lire and sm positive of a speedy cure. . i ours graieiuiiy, Mrs. M. G. Keith. For sale by P. D. Felt foieao Oik Harbor , rrooMDt..,, Olrda ' vue;::" :::::: MonroeTills norwan ......... Wellington! . . . Cretton Orrvllla.,, Akron ; Venngitown..'.'.'., Pltttburgh ...... . Orrvllla MatnUlon "" Mtvarra ' Valley Junction., CtnalDoTer Cambridge Marietta Valley Junction.! HberrodjTllle Boworaton , ..Lv .. 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As, NoTwjWeT !JS !Mm Norwalk 8 58 6 80 4 40 "7 60 " Huron 9 00 5 8 DaUv. earriea weat of any meululuo to show an iiDuruclation sMiome like that which tins been poured upon tuuDaru'H rtlieuniatlo Hyrii,). rorsaieoy r.. w, Adnius. a Train No. 8 runt to MonroeTllleonlT. Train No. IS learea Tolndn m 'L i.iwu tunnel (KIU ni'U ijlTtJt I rphU w,,CA I. Bolwoen Toledo, Cambridge and Marietta ' . anil Rn. 1 nh, "dPUtakbnrghT0,,n,U,,", nd Chlciiw, Akron, Yoangetown and Pitu- A. O. BLAIR, JAMES w urn W.n'1 Manager. o,?i P,."Ae, .ff....ii Taaw rneu,,itn cau bo enectually snd permanently cured bv the wot Ulbhard's Rhcumstfc sW.nd Plasters. For sle bv E. W. Art.? m In its treatment nf rheumatic troubles Hlbbard'i heMc ' Syrup standi flrat anri fn,... "l.nl1.? others. Read their medical'S Jl 7n& learn of the medicinal vlQS0f the reme- IIlDCARn'd Rut-lit. a-, (.. PLASTsnssre prescribed by the TeadC physicians ef Michliran. lu h.ni !: i I i Careatt, sod Tnvlt-Marks obtained, snd all Pat- ant bulneat condacted tor ajooi ears Fits. a Orncc la Oeeeairs U.S. PTCTOrfier I we can trcure nawnt In laia tuna than ihnaa remote from Waablnrton. Bend model, dimwfna or nboto.. arith dMerln- tlon. We adrlaa, U patentable or not, free of cnergv. unr bm not aoa uu patent it tecoraa. A PaHMtirr. "How taObuIn Pmtanta," with namet ot actual clients hi you Btate, county, or C.A.SNOW&CO. O Pavtev emu, Wasninstcm, O. C. Will You Surrsa with d vsDi Dslnan o uver uuinpiaiuir auiioirs viwuzer it, Ki,egt uoid oy t.D. Felt. and sre rem.Ji-. TV?"?. ". "UB .'M!. rheumstism; bfoVd" SP anu aidnoy complains It comes with h .uueuw mo .recommonda- ll.nss.toK, curative mytUC uIV bv E. W. Adams. ' Striking Miners Oaln a Vlotorf. SpRixoriKLD, 111., May 13. Ths soft coal miner! and operators came to aa agreement and tbe men will go to work to-day. ' Tbe soale as adjusted is hlirher than paid elsewhere in the State and the men feel that they have obtained a signal victory. The rata is sis cents higher than the Columbus soale and will remain In force until May, 1801. Cblaeee Waiting Over tbe Baroar. Washington, May II A dlspatoh re eelved at tha Treasury Department from Bpeolal Agent Irwin at. Morales. Aria. states that thirty Chinese are on tha Mexloan border near that place, await- ing an opportunity to enter tha United States. ', Instructions were wired ,:b watch and arrest them should they eel toot on unite onvea tarn wry UlfflRODS VUIUk i iim by strikinj; st tw seat of the i-ese nnd restorins- tl, n.i ' 1 2 m d liver t iiti:i action Hi" kiunera nnrl If tn f An al i.m EI! -V. ,h'T"..ghly -rsdlcate such " ut"" '"us. ror sale by E. W. P'Mwin Vims. Ar J ASTHMA I n'llfllna ..a- a. . . V',,W1""IUK. snu riiLiruiu rin.. AdllllH. CaM, Hay rerer, BlDltW, WIoom - ma, cmd ol common im ft(amiiTtMtdfl br PtmloUnt and told by Ttrnw- Uu Uiruiiiiboul ih wurUl. bmd for Froo Bsunplav HIME0D MANUFG CO., SOLI PROPRIETORS, 191 FULTON ST., NEW YORK. ... ..... , pUri. For xile E. W "i.i;i;ri.i si Vmn,.. l y tinit t"i r'"i.. i-nuh, U tin- remedy for you. S.l.l I... I.' r i . "' j i'. r ell. hi M,. iiiMerB5a, ilnlili's Curs "HACKMETACK," a Isstlng snd agrant perfume. Prlce25 and 50 . The New Discovery. You bsve heard your neighbors and menu (siKingaDnut IL. Yo may your self be one of the many who know from pci nuiini rAjH-i ihiicu juai now good a ming it is. ir you hsve ever tried It, you arc one of its staunch friends, l,e csuae the wnnt'eriul thlnif about. It la that when once given a trial, Dr. King's Licovery ever niter noids a place In the house. If you have never used It and should be sOlicted with a emio-h 1 1 . . . . ----i cuiu or any in rout, lung or cnest trou ble, secure t bottle at once and give lt a fair trial. It Is guaranteed everv time. ur munay reiunaeu. Anal DO'JIeS free at Jb rr ausiui' urug store. 6 . Sato AtmawOHirKKRIllO.RrKII InMHkU , "raAL TKItMS. c-mpn tnlWtoS. Lartw fuaa aaS Oraaa UtaNlaartkamOl I. C. MXIS, 418 BBtrlerSt. Clavtlaal,t.: Cbodp Whoopino Codoh and brnn. cbltls Immediately relieved bv Shlloh'i vure. tsoia oy . u, reit. Hibbard's Eheumaoo Syrup. There is certainly something remark. able in this preparstlon as it Is meeting wivu a auuceaa uctbi nnaineu oy sny other medicine. It never falls, if nsed aa Hi. rected.- For over twenty years I nsve been a great sunerer irom the effects of s diseased stomach, and for three years past bava been unable to do business. Two yesrs w mj coav woe pronounced incuraoie. I visited different wster enret and rll. mstes,all lo no purpose. Last Junefl beran uiing uiuoarus itbeumatio riyroplfra nared li Hllihanl'a r J JJ tup VVea Sf tSV awlf U Mich.) and at ones began to feel better. I have used thirteen bottles, sod am a aellman." Edward Baker. Master Mechanic snd Blacksmith. 208 Jackson Street, Jackson, Mcib rorssie Dyjs. w. Adams. .4. A NASAL INJECTOR free with eacn Dottle or Shllou't CtJirrli Rj m edy. price 60 cenU, Catarrh Consn. thauith ...i breath secured., br Hhlini.'. i!..,rk Remedy. . Price fiu eenta. v.oi in jector iree. Hold by F.D. Felt. - ...... liiiiklcn's ArnMuNi. , The liest talve lu tl.a u... i,.. r... broscs, sores, olcem. aalt rliejtn. Irvai sores, tetter, cbsnned handa. rklU.i.in. f I" J1 akin eiuptloet, and positive, ly auras piles, or no oav reonlra it u foaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, a money refunded. Pries IS cents per bv-t For Sals by Woostar Adams.,, lflyl Combs snd colds kent', off hv (.ktni Simmon's IJver Regulator to reiiulata the system. .. , . ;, it wont cost you one half as much. rv not delay. Bend three 8-oent stamps for postage, snd we will send you Dr. Ksuf- mann's great .work, floe colored plates i rum me, on a i tense, its esuses and home cure. Address A. P. Ordwsy ds Co. iwsiou, siass. ,' . PLAOI ES AMWRIOA to aat a BUSIRieal anrrnirrna er larn HbiwUiand. la at tne aPBKCJCatlAa sriiNUt i.trr, uimiud. 67 iu..b- llihrd IMS. rint Bryant Siratlon tcbooU Hrw knlidlni, aiat tvaehrra and bait toone or ttndr. Shnnliand lauabt br mall. Kkgaat raulocaa tma. araJHCJjtat,VX.TUJI a.OontU,?rWa. In Lstln the meanlm of Halve la iTaii God Have You I" used as a greeting- when the eastern plague scourged tbe cities of Europe, By promptly u.lng ssfe snd re lisble remedies we can ssve ourselves from many plaguing discomforts, lichings and Irritations from all causes, Insect bites, plant poisoning, catarrh, inflamed snd sore eye, salt rheum, boils, ulcnra. tlons. piles, felons, soft corns. teltr. rhan. ping, chsfing, ring. worm, burns, scalds," chilblains, frost biles, cu'a and bnises, ' which are tepidly cured by Cole's Car. bolisahre, the only InfUliitile healing preparation ever devised. Bnull boxes wcenitj Large boxes 80. ' 4 HILOn'S COUQB and Conuimnflnn Curs Is sold by oson a zusrsntee. It I enreseonsDmntion. - ., r-r -Soldby F.O.Felt. WHY WILL YOU foosh when siii. loh's Cure will rive Immedl.to rell.-f H Price lo cts. 60 cts. and f 1.