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. . 1, v. pvr. Bill n E3 THE GREAT German Remedy. TRUTHS FOR THE SICK. HlllouBHnellsdnTenil ODSlimiUKlilTTIUiS it will cure Ton. o von miuiir that tired and allsonc rotllnir: If no. qh HULPHUR BlTTHsul J it win cure you. nfc1 Oitorulivea who an. Quia mills and work shops; clerks.whod not procure sufficient! exercise, ano til who areconflned indoors ahotild uw Hiilphi'k DlTTKHA. Thpvwlll not tuea be weak andf nlrklr. il.000 will bo tmld forecose where Bin, HUB lilTTKRS Will iiot assist or cure. It fulls. -- Cleanse the vitiated ikXKl when tou sat' Us Impurities burst sins; through the sklu a i-impies,i)iotrnes, na Bores. Keiy an md health will tol low. bottle Try It! you win inu nyn-i n. Sl'I.PIHTH HlTTFRH. KULPMUU lllTTKKS win cure Liver Cora lalnt. Dont he rils ouragedjit will cure vou. KUI.PHIIR IIITTIiitp hvlll build vou upand ftnake you strong and nrnunv. If vmi .In nut wltth to tuner from Kheum atlem, um a bottle o sulphur nrrrui; it nrvrr mire Tnpiirr.a Km uimu timu. TKuTnJTaTIhoTnoJwlll mnke your blood pure, ncn ana strong, film your uesn naru.. TXT lu dt'licaU' health, woo are allfiTHS to-night, aad run down, should nsrKou will sleep well Try SULriiiH Hit ind fpel hcrtpr for 1 1 . Do you want the best Medical Work published? Head S t-rent stamps to A. P. Ohdway A Co, vunvHi mm. avwiTv -"rvi irce. Tke Meet Raeeeaafal Redy tme 41eoo red, as It Is certain la lu effects aad doss aot buster. Bead proof below I Kendall's Spavin Cure. Kuan's Cnoicr, Hertford Co.. Pa., ) i ebruary 28, 11 ( Da. B. J. Cmnuu, Co.! Ornta 1'leuae e-o I mconeof yonr" Trestles on th. florae." Your " Kpndsll's Siavln Cure " ! the l.t In the world. I have cared lea ca.r. af none Hpavln. I am kept busy all the limp on li'ir I will wun any man In in. world tl.0W.ll) that "KcndaU'e Hpavln Cure" oannot he leatcn Heavta. Ringbone, I'at.ed Hark, ar ay Laaieaeaa aa teoreee. Vou can um my Bump un your adverlleprm-nt. and I will etand by what I nay. I hav. used IU) bottle" In a year. Vuurs truly, DR. QEO. 0. CIUKET. Kendall's Spavin Cure. I.tttlm Rock, Arte, Aug. 38, m Im. ft. J. Kioioaix Co.i (int- It U with tha ffTMtfxt Mtlifaetlon that I Inform yon that I ha cured tho followlnitdlsVaMmt Hweener.Hboalder Jvlnt IamBNi.Htlfl lolnt I.BineDrM, lSh-BoUt JrarBrtia In r'er Foi. I am wurkinK on lilu-JoInc and will ear thai all with Kuodall a Hpavln Cura, It l tha heat Liniment for minor 1muC I havvar tiaM. I nonmmand It to all hora owner. II otmss that I have wnrkM on ar valuable? but witrotjt your IJnlmAiit would b wotihVeaa. f bava frtenrta who used It for Hprmlna and ltralaa and rurrd them. Thay Bay It Ik lha beat Umj avar uaed. a our truly, S. U. ft. WLLLtt. JH $1 pr bitttt, ot tm bottl fo $8, Ail tlruftgimtm hmrm it or Mafft it or awv or it arifl br oml fo mny md olrr ok) receipt ofpric ojf tf9 propria DR. B. J. KENDALL CO., Cnoiborgh Falls, Vermont A MAD RACE For Quarter Sections and Town Sites in the Promised Land. The Cheyenne and Arapahoe Reservations Formally Opened to Settlement The Signal Given at Noon and 40,000 Land Seekers Make the Race In a Sea of Mud. THE MUCH "DESIRED LONG WAIST and PERFECT PI? (EFFECT can only be produoed sucrri:i By wuariuif lfc . THE WaatUii sv aa u m ms n m ri I Gorset ADJUSTABLE OVER THE HIP AND Wll.t TIT AM FORM luitantly. giving Pa-fact Eaa and Contour. Ihi-J have loulile Kpams, whlrb will not Jij Ikiulil. HIotI. and Honrs, w hich will not break. J ado In fjrro lunKths. Jrau anil Kallern. Any dry &U dilcr In the I'. B. can supply you. taaraMrn Wantpd. Send for VuUilnuu', 60RTRtF. TrG. CO., Jackson, Mich. I CURE PITS I vVhnn I tar cira 1 do aiit muon mareljr Wicto ttm fcratlmnsndthp.hvatlipm riturti asala. lracna Mitipidenn. I bur madn th. dimnn of KITS, EPI LKrHrorFALUNO htrK.VK.S.S nl.hvlon, itudr. I warrant my rptnodj to oar. tua wtrru nana. bcaaa. cUMnhar.fa.ltid is ao puan fur not anw npaivlns a mn. HVndat unixfor s traatia. and a K H KIlaof anylhriUihlarpnipdy. Oiva I'lprapHand PiatOfflM. H. U. JtOOT. Jl. C, 13 1'earl HI., . Y. tl. (J.UOM.AXn Veterinary Eurgeoa ni hk, --tfSM I i ft.t.UOLUkU. li'Jil.illKHX $f P.BInK." Orders received Bt Tulepbono Exchange and ptF. 1. Fi'lt'sdruR store. Graduate Toronto Veterinary Co I lege, clnaa '87. (tAP LARCE PROFITS ! r.wtlnilaUnyfytberrestmsnn .Vi..Jn tPiu- lUllICI perswesnburh. " r-'la .nnlh (if l.'ulcueo H fartorlpe localad IB months. lBuft, a ptaltls: 1HI1, scltyol 4JKB lrfwnle. LuU a-llti and nnwarria. AlblrMa. '.or pUofr,v'aiililc views of factories and build-' rp, ano inn inrnrmsuoa. U THK HARVETL1ID 4B8'B. Eooksrv, OUoajro, El Rkno, Okla,, April 20. Tuewlay a I morning broke upon the camps of the I .... i.v . i a j - ...uu uuuinra wiiu n. ncavy iufr nuu n light drkzle. This turned the ground In the vicinity of the streams into a quagmire of mud and filled the owners of fast horses, who had counted urxm their animals to carry them first across the line, with dismay. On the other hand those . who were on foot looked upon the lowering clouds with glee, as a heavy track meant an equal chance for all. All the camps were early astir. On the line west of this place most of the boomers were up and broke eamp long before daylight. Wagons were greased, harness overlooked, horses rubbed down and every precaution tak en to Insure tho best possible results when the final struggle came. The same was true of the camps at Hennes sey, Dover, Kingfisher and other spots where the land seekers had gathered in large numbers. A ride along the line early In the morning disclosed innumerable small parties moving northward or southward in search of the best road into the res ervation, and a glance into the reserva tion itself showed that, despite the ef forts of the United States deputy mar shals and the soldiery, men had taken time by the forelock and entered the promised land in advance of the time set by the government. Here and there a head would bob up from the bed of an arroyo, only to be quiokly withdrawn nt tne sight of anyone on the outside. Occasionally, too, a horseman could be seen scurrying across the hills along tne water courses, but at such a dis tance that it was impossible to de termine whether the figure was that of an Indian, a deputy marshal or a law less but eager boomer moving towards some chosen county seat I hroughout the territory, on all sides or tne land to be opened were Innu merable small parties, j-amrlnir in strength from ten to 300 persons, and banded together by some community of interest or by agreement to protect one another's rights in the event of disputes over claims, Many of these associations were formed, the members being; nledired to assist their comrades with money or at the muzzle of the Winchester if nec essary. Making allowances for all these scattered organizations and taking the Known figures of the larirer camps. 40 000 is probably about the number of persons who entered the territory when tne cannon sounded tho siirnal. At noon a gun in the center of the na- . .... . . roue ground Deicnes forth a cloud of wh ite smoke th at rolls olonp; the axou nd. This is followed by a flush and a few seconds later the waiting crowd hears dull heavy boom. It is followed bv uuomer una another. Musketry rattles. cneer goes up. The lonif line of orsemen and footmen plunffe forward. Ked mud flies in every direction, plas tering man and beast The lines string mt, ineweaKer falling behind. Soon all have disappeared. The Cheyenne and rnpahoe reservation is open. ilKNXRMEr, Okla., April 20. The boomers were sent away In the race for io line promptly at noon, the siirnal 'ying the flriug of a volley of musketry ... - .i . , ........... f uueuieamenioi u niteu states troops. i uere was no disorder and the entire iiffuir was marked with tho utmost g-ood .'mure. KisonsiiKB, Okla., April 20. Xo one lost any time when the signal gun was fired at noon. Theentlre crowd wasoff before the echoes had died away and within a few minutes only the soldiers and a few railroad men were left where thousands had camped Monday nlifht The Cheyenne and Arapahoe reserva tion, where 40,000 citizens found new homes, is situated in Indian Territory In-tween the Cherokee outlet on the north and tho Kiowa, Comanche and Apache reservations on the south. IU eastern border joins Oklahoma Bnd its western the Pan-Handle of Texas. Its orea would make two Oklahoma or five IChodo Islands, while the states of Con necticut and Rhode Island could be set down in it and there would still remain room for four Districts of Columbia. It contains about 0,500 square miles, or about 4,000.000 acres. Out of this the resident Indians have been allotted by the government 538,900 acres, civlnc to each of the 8,:!5fl aborigines 1(10 acres. There was thus left for giwritl settle ment about 3..W,000 acre-t. whieh. al lowing a quurter section, or Kill uw to each home seeker, would nceoniino.l:ito alxmt ,-J,000 settlers outside of the town sites. Ol TimiK, O. T., April 20. A riot oc curred In front of the Oklnhoma Cltw land office at tho hour of opening yes terday and a number of pijonlo were badly injured. Register Leael an nounced that no lines would bo recog nized and the first person to get in the door would hnvclhe first filing and oth ers in succession as they arrived. This precipitated n wild rush und in a few moments hundreds of men un:l women were engaged in a disgraceful scramble fighting, pulling, trampling on each other und for u time it seemed as though ninny would be killed. One man was struck on the head with a revolver and badly injured, but ho remained in the ring und got tho eleventh lining. He had been third in the line, but sold his pluve for t iio. STILL SHAKING. Earthquake Waves Continue to Roll Over California Mach Damage Done to Prop erty, but No Lives Lost. San Fbascibco, April 22. Another sharp shock of earthquake of a few sec onds' duration was felt here Thursday morning. Severe shocks of earthquake were felt at Vacaville, Dixon and Wood land. The people were badly fright ened and several buildings were badly shaken. At Vacaville and Dixon build ings that were injured by Tuesday's shock are about to topple over and fall at any moment At Esparto the earthquake shock was of shorter duration, but much severer than that of Tuesday. A brick build ing occupied by A. M. Schulte. black- smith, collapsed and his son George was buried in the ruins. He was rescued but he is in a very critical condition. Levy & Schwab's general merchandise store is a total wreck. The porches are down, fire walls caved in and the stock of goods is in a deplorable.' condition. Mrs. Davidson was in the store at the time of the shock1 and in attempting to make her escape was struck by falling bricks and severely bruised about the head and face. The east and west walls of Humes' hotel are in ruins and it is doubtful If the other two walls can ba saved. There is not a chimney left standing in the town. The public schools at .Auburn have been closed until May 0 on account of tho eurthquake scare. Tho shock at Orass Valley was very violent and every body fled into the streets. Several brick bmldings were cracked. (Reno, Nev. reports having experienced a slisrht tremor. Winters, Cal., April 22. Another earthquake occurred here Thursday morning, throwing down Masonic hall, Crad wick's building, Rertholet's two- story stone building, Humphrey Ilros. one-story stono buildinir and irenerallv demolishing goods, fixtures, etc. One man 'was badly hurt by falling walls. Others were more or less Injured. llusl ness is entirely suspended. Main strec is a scene of ruin. J. Devllbliss' house, one mile west of here, Is a total wreck, as is also linker's adobe ho use and J, Wofskill's stone dwelling. Sacramento, April 22. Tho Capitol rocked wildly and the inmates were panic-stricken. 8evcral large pieces of Btatuary on top of the building were inrown to the ground with such force that they were buried in the earth. Hooks in the Btate library were thrown from tho shelving and the floors wero literally covered. Mother and Baby Happy. Why? Babies am th same now as thy ever have been. )r. Hand's remedies have nuved the lives of many f our boat cltinens who live to hlees him. The nine reniKllos are aa Kood and emx'tual fur their lilidren Daw. Trios. itSo. per buttle. rUarjnfn-mM O Nov. tth. IMI. "he ffnarf MmHHn Co, Okxtlmuhi Having ramlvadvimr valuable lltt). m1l and alao sample uf (Julio Cure, ttuioh von so inuly east nia, 1 will aay In replr plaaa. aooapt my inbt nlrm.1. tlianka for siune as It wurka like a onarm. Vould bavo aaawerod sooner, butwaiuid until 1 oouid ilnrouahll Slat It wliiob 1 did and fouud It doe. ail you (aim for it and even more, and doea not leave any nn ileaaaut affect, after clviuc It to the child. 1 hav. iwd nianr nwaediea for cnlldpQ, bat this baats hem all Yoa oan ua. this aa a teetimonial if J no with. ind would thai all mothers of colicky babiea knew of ma sood madloine. 1 know altar one naicf it tluu never would be without it. Ynura very truly. Mas. ADfcUA ASU&ROOK. A little book. nimtrati,ran of useful hints In the car. of children, how to treat them in sickneae. and low to ke them in health, or a trtitl bottle of l)r. Hand's Coiio Cur. will b. aent Free if you writ. THE HAND MEDICINE CO., 303 Cherry Strset, Philadelphia. R. TEN DROWNED. Only Two Men Escaped from the Hood in the Lytle Colliery Near Mlnersvllle, ., Alter mi Hours of Agonizing Im prlaonment. PoTTsviM.it, Pa., April 22. Tho exact number of men imprisoned bv the Lvtle comery mine Hooding, near Minersville, nas oeen ascertained to be twelve. Tho water broke in Wednesday afternoon. and after six hours of agonized impris onment William Bell and James Dolbin, who had fled to a high portion of the mine, were rescued throuirh the heroio effort of their fellow-wc . Miigraeri. Tha unfortunate mon who are Still Impris oned are undoubtedly drowned, aa they have no chunce of escaping like the two rescuou. Following is a correct list of the tin. loi Mmates: John Zcrbe, of Llewellyn, married, ana 1 nomas Uufro-v. of Black. heath. These men were experienced miners with largo families and were en gaged In timbering. Tho others com prised a. gang of Italian laborers in charge of Albert Zebclla. This gang was engaged in driving a gangway in the lowest part of tho mine. Tho water broko in from tho Na 4 chute and flooded the mine so quickly that they could n t escape. At It highest point me water reached 200 feet up tho slope. and it will take a day or two to reach the place where the men are impris oned. Tho water is supposed to have) come from the old McDonald working, of which the records are imperfect DISGUSTED BOOMERS. They Say the Chey.nna anil Arapahoe) Country la Only Kit to Raise Prairie Dogs aad Cactus. Gdthiuk, Okla., April 22. Harry Pen- trost, manager of the Oklahoma opera house, has just returned from Watona, the new town in county C. Ho saya about 2,000 people are there and every thing is quiet Tho reports of battles between settlers are false. Not over three men have been killed in the entire country and they were Bhot In isolated quarters. Miss Cora Black, of Yukon. raced with five men fifty miles for a fine claim which the Indians had aban doned, leaving orchard, barns and good houses on it She beat them and they gave her three cheers and loft her in possession of tho most valuable claim in the whole country.., A hundred or more settlers have arrived here, thor oughly disgusted with tho country. They say the land is worse than west ern Kansas and nothing can be raised on most of it but prairie dogs and cactus. lew and Catholic Marry. JAt'KeON, Miss., April 20. Society has been thrown into a violent state of agi tation by the publication in nn evening paper of the marrlitgo ten days ago of M. J. Hart, a prominent younijew.and Miss May McCardle, a devout Catholic. and prominent in Catholic circles. A reporter in examining the marriage license record found several nira pinned together in tho Wk of the book, which, when opened, showed tho issu ance of the license and a return of the ccrtifliiato of marriage by a magistrate, who afterwards acknowledged that he united the .lew and Gentile on tho 10th Inst They Desire a New Republic. Nkw York, April 22. A dispatch from liuenoH Ayres says that tho revolution ists In Matto Grasso intend to offer de termined resistance to the government troops, which are expected to arrive there next week. Tho German napcra of that city advocate th formation of a new republic to consist of the Brazilian states of Rio Grande Do Sul and SanU Cutalina, to be under German imperial protection. Sank In a Collision. AiiiiKiisTiiiiio, Ont, April 22. Thurs day morning the Lehigh Valley lino steamer Fred Mercer, bound down, grain laden from Chicago, met tha schooner John B. Morrill, coal laden, bound up In tow of the tug Swain at Bar Point In an endeavor to nvoid shallow water both vessels' sheered slightly from tho proper course, und in so doing the steamer struck tho schoon er a glancing blow on tho port sldo Just forward amidships, making a big hoU In the schooner. Tho TvIeTrlll was) thrown over on the bar, where she sank in a few minutes in fourteen feot of water. The crew wero rescued. .ir ule hy F. It, Fell." Si Silt 'vtfU3V"r BPS FREE1 A VrI liable Hoolt on Normal llaoue aent freo to any addreHA, and Mor patten-, can alo obtain . uua laiouiciue itoo of chargo. Thla mmfWiThaa hMn nranamrl hv tha Rvvrirt Paxtor Kcwniit. of Fort Wavue, lad., ainco Itilii aud tuow prcparea UDaernia uiracuoo oyuia KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, III. o!t by DrnirclaU at Sfpor Dottle. OlbrTJ i '. V 7 V Onottloat.irSSn, Conrl C Pont t '"U particulars of Dr VbllU U UblllO urefccs electro ueita AapiUinoM. They always Cure. Addreaa, The Crpca Fleetro Core Co., COl lutur- uoeaa uimaina;, sjnieaa-o, ills. IjsAl7M..,.:. .' ICOLLEGE BVMBaaaaaaaaaaaaB aa a. mxhhhbm IMS 8CH0 JLiii-SMORTHAND. BHIled teacher a The r ih wnrfc Mnin uk. oi.Low, rd t- r cent, of are ne-er la food positions f .-n:ni.rriul.shorthsnd, pea-riling snd pmrlici-.'. 1 :i,ir;'li Coure , Cata miu,auurcsK.i,.icri.M.ia,i'riu Saod- istj.a Curat OoMt.OeirTii,PorTHrr C-Min.lEDnetria, aort-iUar.IiraotiltUkvvlAiiliaia. Aatmia i to Ocntmr Ua ,rM "af, il a . r-Hf la t".p i . v. 1 1 1 'il. ao tUax ' '-. 7i' t. : itirti f h It fl'lpf. feat 4? vlaWtVi ., J,.i -er"lf- aj, gun .atf aVav f 1 JJki AMERICAN CLUB HOUSE 1 CHEESE oft rich Cheese, put up In her metically sealed Jars. ,y; ; ur C LEVEL AN D.O- 33II5XjXOIOTJS, APPETIZING, TEMPTDTG. . ' . For luncheons et home It Is Invaluable, For the traveler nothing Is more satisfying. Ask your grocer, or charges prepaid. send BO oents to us for a Jar by express. Tho Chandler & Rudd Co., Fast Black IJose Tin- liiict stock o'iast black liose just re ceived, for Indies, rents and children. They nre absolutely last black I" , a- .a.j aavuuuuvilt Come now, and buy your summer hose we can suit you in prices and quality. an ' nattier lie Without Bread. XI BtlHor s RISIDBMCB, MaBQUKTTB, Hlch., I Nov. 7, law. f Tbs Bsv. J. KossbleL of above place, writes : I hare suffered a peat deal, and whenever I now (eel a nervous attack eomltutj take a dose oi rsstor noeuig s nerve Tonlo and fool re lieved. I think a great deal of It and would rather be without bread than without the Tonlo. Will Do What It Purports to Do. DOSfKBSKT, Ohio, Nov. 11, 1R1I0. aiy win was troubled with narronanasa. whioh so affected her mind that I became verv iuucu aiariuw, aa a menial derangement was horedltary. After using Pastor Koenlg's Nerve lonlo one day she could sleen soundlv. her la. menung oeaseo, ana 1 can say that bar mental esudiuon IS verv much Improved. JOSEPH A. FLAOTT. d)er. of us u u nave Extra Heavy Hose for boys that we can recommend for the wear and tear. Come in, everybody, wc can give you cut prices on Ribons. Tbry are fine and alUilk, liemember the place, cm West Liberty street,in the room tonnerly occupied by R. S. Ilollenbach. Boston Novelty Store. 1864. 1882. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, -OEXjL.XaTQ-TOlT, OHIO CAPITALS 100,000.00 . S UEPL U S $ 1 5,000. 00. Does a General Banking Business, Receives Deposits , Buys and (ell New Yor Exchange .Government Bonds, etc. Drafts Issued on all European countries eorx'iCEXis.S5S) S .S. WARNER, President. R. A. noun T7in.P.,-a t , v svw-aiwo.UDUi WM. CUSHION, Jr., Cashier. B S .WARNER S.KXAUNDOM. CW.HORR. R.AH0RR. ED WARD WEST. Do not buy a RANGE or COOK STOVE Until you have examined the "Red Cross" Stoves and Ranges. NEW : PROCESS1:GASOLINE : STOVES Lead the world. Call and be convinced. W. E. Peirce. m The NATION'S PRIDE." J) STANDAR 110TA11K finUTTLE SEWING MACHINE When I sty Cdrs I 6o not mean Bisrer "ptlmm lor a tune, snd tlien have them rt n ae-ain. I NUN A 11AD1CAX. CL'lUi. hav made th disease of :'ITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS. Ilfs-lonr stodv. I warratTT my remedy it vri the worst esses. Upusum others linr. ailed Is no re anon for nol now receiving a cur . "ml at once lor a treariae and a r res Hon LB I nir IsrAt.LiBLB kasiHur. Ulve Kxpross nd Poat Otllne. II coats voo nothing for . rial, and H will curs spa. Address OR00T.M.C, U3PEAit8T..HwY0kl RaWNkll. T I BOTABt 8irTJTTtiE. BOBBIN. , ST Shuttle never wears out; Bobbin holds 100 vdu. 80 Cnhtiri" ' Xh.U Principle free from f rictiou. vibration, iioiha. AVnnu..r.ir 111? tlAtlfl A ttnlltwVk Anla llia em ftb l era J a . I I - ..... ,A yj uwiic. Afiutuiucuio iiucovuiituca .. rur snia ho Buy a STANDAiin. ' TownspnM a i 'oooV. Salesroom in W. V. Ilarvey's Clothing Store. '