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:JEWS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. ; WASHINGTON. The amount of silver dollars In the treasury available for the redemption f treasury notes having been reduced j $10,659,582 and a further reduction y redemption being anticipated dur- the current month, the coinage of .Wer dollars by the mints will be in rcased from 1,500,000 to 8,000,000 per lonth from August 1. The privileges of the mails have been enied by Postmaster General Wilson .-. T. J Snxtnn. West Sumter, Mich., or conducting lotteries and otherwise iolating the postal laws. On the lGth the navy department lade payments aggregating overS250, )0 on seven war ships now under con traction by various constructors. All hese gunboats are contracted to be elivered to the navy department In 'ebruary next. The number of immigrants that ar ived in the United States during the ist fiscal year was 843,287. Of this lumber 212,40(1 were males and 180,801 omales. There were debarred 3,087 nmigrants, 2,010 being paupers and 76 contract laborers. The others were debarred for various reasons. It is announced that Speaker Reed -ill again make the race for congress. A call for a report of the condition f national banks at the close of busi ness on July 14 has been issued by Joinptroller Koltels. EAST. With a capital of $1,800,000 the United States and Haiti-Telegraph nd Cable Co., has been incorporated t Albany. N. Y. The directors in- Wide John V. Muckay and other ofli- ials of the Postal Telegraph and Ca. le Co. An address to the business men of he United States has been issued by he National Business Men's league eciting the fact that the democratic arty has refused to heed President 'leveland's call to maintain the na- ional creditand warning the people of . he danger threatening the country in onsequence. The projectors of the new watch rust were checkmated at a meeting iild in New York City on the 15th. lenresentatives to the number of roin the larcre watch jobbing and .manufacturing concerns were present. At McKeesport, Pa., on the 10th Frederick Streckel, a prominent busi ess man, was found dead in his room vith a bullet hole in his head and a re olver by his side. The cause of the .upposed suicide is attributed to a marge of slander brought by a mer chant of that city against Streckel For the week ended July 17 business failures in the United States numbered :09, as against 258 for the correspond- .nir seven days of last year, ana in Janada 85, as compared with 39 for the same time in 1S95. The official notification of the noml nation of Hon. W. J. liryan will take dace in New York. The date has not jeen fixed, but it will probably be dur ing the first week in August. Orders have been given to the em oloyesof the Lehigh Valley Coal Ca's :ollieries at Shenandoah, Pa., to re iume work on full time, commencing ;he 20th inst., instead of four three ' marters davs a week, as heretofore. This company employs 5,000 men, Off Center Island, N. Y., on the 15th the third race between the yachts GUencairn and El Ileirie was won by the Canadian boat. The Glencairn having been successful in three straight races out of fivo wins the Seawanhaka-Corinthian cup, for boats under the 25-foot limit At Fall Kiver, Mass., on the 18th a Sre of incendiary orlerin destroyed a shed of the Granite mill No. 3, contain incr 1.500 bales of fine cotton and 000 ales of cloth. Loss 800,000; fully :iured. It is said that James J. Ryan, candi late for presidential elector on the lemocratic ticket from the Fourth Pennsylvania congressional district, ,ias decided to bolt the Chicago ticket On account of the failure of the west ern agents, the Ilallet & Davis Piano Manufacturing Co., of Boston, has been compelled to nmke ua assignment Arthur King has been appointed by Judge Simonton, of Harrisburg, Pa., receiver for the Middletown (Pa.) car workB. Mr. King is the principal own :r of the concern. There are claims against the works of S5S,G73 and the alue of the plant and material on land is about 8118,000, with a consid erable number of orders on hand. The justness will be coutinucd. At South Seabrook, K. II. , on the 18th John M. Dow, aged 70 years, stabbed and killed Joseph Brown and wounded ".he latter's cousin, "Chick" llrown. The murderer is under arrest. The .rime was the result of a drunken quarrel. One of the deraoc ratic candidates for presidential elector-at-largc from Penn ivlvania, George W. Guthrie, of Pitts burg, has withdrawn his name from the ticket because of .dissatisfaction With the Chicago platform. An lirament has been made by Davidson & Sons, of Chicago and New York, wholesale dealers in marble and irranite and manufacturers of tues ana . 3 l - - Villi! mosaics. The assets ana unumvi t estimated at 8300,000 each. On the 10th the democrats of the Fourth Indiana congressional district met in convention at North Vernon, Ind., and nominated Hon. W. S. Hol man, "the watch dog of the treasury," for congress. The Indiana . supreme court has sus tained the law prohibiting racing at Just before a terrinc siorm oruKo over Lake Michigan on the 14th Frank June, his wife and child left Grand Haven, Mich, In a small Doat wnicn was found on the beach at Lake Har bor on the 17th. It is believed that all three were drowned. The Kansas City, Fort Scott & Mom phis, the Missouri, Kansas ss lexas and other Gulf roads are preparing to meet the cut in grain rates from Kan sas to Galveston which was started by the Missouri Pacific, Santa Fe and Frisco lines. This war in rates win probably last through the harvest season. A contract has been entered into be tween General Manager iwanaga, oi the Japanese Mail Steamship Ca, and the Great Northern Kailwayo. lorme establishment of a steamship line be tween Tokio and Seattle, Wash, ihe Great Northern system will then ex tend from" Tokio to Buffalo, N. Y. The cashier of the Exchange national bank of Eldorado, Kan.. S. G. Fleming, has been arrested for alleged forgery and embczzement in the sum of 810,000. lie admits his cruilt. About one year gun tlio name bank was robbed of 815,000. While trvincr to escape from the po lice Merritt Stevens, of Grand Rapids, aired 23, was drowned in the kalama r.oo river at Aiiegan, iuich., uu A boiler explosion occurred at Koss- Ington, Ky., on the lSth which resulted in thn dpftth of Sam Anderson. James McCade was fatally wounded. .Tosenh Honner and wife committed suicide at Lawrenceburg, Ky., on the 18th by lying down on the railroad trnplf nnrt allowincr the train to run over them. The First national bank of Mlnot, N, D.. capital 850,000, has failed, Democratic campaign . headquarters will, it is thought, be established m Chicago. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. A recent dispatch states that British steamer Curfew, bound Akyab for Nantes, has been wrecked in the Red sea and all nanas lost The senior cardinal bishop of the tinman Catholic hierarchy, Larninai La Valletta, is dead at Castellamere Italv. He was born In 1827 and cre ated a cardinal in 1808. A Havana dispatch claims that a Spanish war ship has captured a fili bustering vessel and imprisoned her crew. No details are given. Fire destroyed the Uumber bicycle works at Coventry, England, on tnc 17th. Loss 100,000. A decree increasing the customs duties upon all foreign sugars is about to be issued by the French government It will go into effect on August 1. There have been 5,441 casesof cholera and 4,002 deaths from the disease throughout Egypt since July 1. Th extension of the scourge southwards in Wadv Haifa is a serious drawback to the Soudan expedition, Letters from Nik Ilissar, Turkey. announce a terrible massacre of Arme Binns there, In which 400 were killed OHIO NEWS. Items of Interest from AH Sections of the State. Weekly Crop Report. The following is a synopsis of the bulletin of the Ohio section, climate and crop service for the week ended July 18: Southern section all counties south of Franklin. There was not quite the normal amount of warmth arid sun shine during the week, but an excess moisture. Crops generally made favorable progress. Wheat harvest about completed; the yield is variable generally poor; much of it will be fed to stock unthreshed.. The outlook for oats favors an excellent yield. Hay prospects are fair. Pastures are good. Tobacco and corn did well. Early po tatoes generally fine, late not so good: some rot reported. Apples, light crop neaches abundant, but inferior. . , , . Middle section, ihe weeK nas oeen generally cool and cloudy, with nu merous rains. Oats are ripening, out full of smut Timothy hay being made but the crop is lip-lit: clover hay scarce. Millet lookine- well. Pastures goca. Potatoes making rapid growth Apples and peaches plentiful but poor in duality. Berries abundant. Grapes nromise well. Northern section all counties norm of Franklin. The weather . conditions were, as a whole, favorable to agricul tural interests, and farming operations have made good progress. Array worms are attacking oats and young grass. Wheat all harvested-crop half an av erage. Rye does not promise well. Oats will be a large crop. Corn con tinues to flourish. Potatoes are good. The hay crop is satisfactory. Apples, plums, pears and peaches are satisiao tory. Berries and small fruits alin-dant. the from Gladness Comes "IXitha better understanding oi tne VV transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasantcfforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness arc not clue to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative, Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly by all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organs on which it acts. It is therefore alf important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which i3 manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable aruggisis. If in the enjoyment of good health, ,i ti,n RUKt,pm is reerular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, oue may be commended to the most skillful physicians, but if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. A Kolgu of Terror. Portsmouth, July 21. The discovery that the powder warehouse of Richard son & Silcox was again broken open Sunday night and over 600 pounds of rifle and giant powder stolen increases popular apprehension here. The ex treme boldness of the recent outrages paralyzes the police. It has been learned that a heavy block of wood, bored out and filled with dynamite, was found in the basement of the Presbyterian church ten days ago by the janitor, who thought the dynamic was putty, and threw the wooden bomb into the coal bin a fuel. The police force has been doubled. A Doctor's Wonderful Invention. Cincinnati, July 21. Dr. S. A. Hage man, of this city, has applied for a pat ent on an invention which promises to make a sensation among musicians. It in a mechanism to be applied to the pi ano for the purpose of correcting the false tones of the instrument, which have hitherto been regarded as a nec essary evil. The invention makes the piano as true as the violin, and it ae- complishes the result dv a sort oi me chanical fingering similar to the hu man fingering on the violin. i Buahnell and McKlnley In Cleveland. Cleveland, July 21. Gov. Bushnell arrived in the city Monday afternoon over the Bilr Four and was met at the depot by a committee of prominent citizens. The Cleveland light artillery was on hand and fired a salute in the governors honor. The party went to the Forest City house for lunch, after which the governor proceeded to Lamp Mosea Cleaveland to dedicate tne camp. Maj. McKiuley came up from Canton nn will assist in the centennial cele bration. I 1 pfcow. f OihuHx y A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY! M The timcB aro hard, hut here in n Roml rj In tun lunt mouth 1 have niaileeiiAMHiiiiKuiiinHX m n i.ii. U'.,.li,.iM. T ni.Tpr Knur fuivthinir tnkti like S O tlif-y do. When nny women ieo um wmh the ilin-1; M ner dinhon, clean Hint dry them in on minimi, y J they buy ono right away. Anyone can niukiin.i W iluy i icht at home eimy. I have nut chiuhkbimI. b" f) H nnximis are the people for the Climax tliey mnl f Ij fur them. Write to tho Climax Mfc.Co., Co, in.. -, K Imn, Ohio, and Ihoy will send you circular. I' t Kl in emy felling what everybody wuuta to Luy. 1 u will iiuilioK), non this year easy. t in- WEST AND COUTH. As a result of drinking lemonade supposed to have contained poison the Allen family of nine children at Santi ago, Minn., are dead. The father and and mother of the children also par iook of the lemonade and are very ill. In the Indiana bituminous coal re gions 3,000 miners are now idle because of a strike and 12,000 people are suffer ing. Numerous families are living on bread and water. Horace Hurley, of Junction City, has been nominated for governor by the prohibition state convention of Kan sas, in session at Topeka. The law under which divorces hay Wn irrnnted in the state of Kansas far nmr 25 years has been declared in operative by the court of appeals. It ( Mtlinated that from 85,000 to 40,000 divorces are affected. The decision also ffoirfi nrnnertv riirhta and the Ctta LATER. Qxk. Rorf.crans. president of the Society of the Array of the Cumber lannd. announces its next annual re union at Rockford, 111., September 23 and 24. Tim Third street barn of the Mil waukee Electric Railway and Light Co. was destroyed by fire on the night of the 20th. Cause unknown. .Loss ecsu, 000; insured. Monsignob Satoi.li, who was re cently created a cardinal, will retain his functions as apostolic delegate In the United States until the next papal consistory, when he will come to Rome and receive the cardinal's hat. Jones & Sox, one of the largest cloth ing firms at Emporia, Kan., closed Its doors on the 20th. Thk steamer America, from Jamaican ports, arrived at Baltimore on the 20th and brought news of an accident on the new Jamaica railroad in which 17 persons lost their lives and 22 were se verely Injured. According to the latest official re ports the casualties to liio and prop erty in the districts of Japan recently visited by the seismic wave stand as follows: Total deaths 20,005, wcWded 5,300, houses washed away 0,813. Thk Pythian building, Park theater and Barrett house at Henderson, Ky., were destroyed by fire on the 20th. Loss $250,000. Several persons had nar row escapes from being cremated in the hotel. Thk president has commuted to im prisonment for life the death sentence of Jchn C. Bell, of Texas, lie has also commuted to life imprisonment tho death sentence of Tom Davis and Tay lor Hickman, Indian boys. All three of the above were sentenced to bo exe cuted September 4. Generally poor conditions of fruit throughout the country are announced in the agricultural department report iust published. Apples declined in con dition from 71 to 04.0 during June. William Sands has been arrested in Kansas City, Kan., for counterfeiting. He is connected with the Jane Doe gang, recently arrested in Jersey City, N J. Thk Calispel mountains, a short dis tance from Spokane, Wash., are on fire and the flames are fast creeping down !tato the valley and causing great alarm among the ranchers. On the Colville Indian reservation serious damage has been done and the worst is yet to come. Tub British ship Sierra Parima, bound for Rangoon, has been wrecked on the Maldive islands and all hands lost Doipondent Lover Sulcidet. Chagrin Falls, July 21. Leo How ard, the 19-year-old son of Art How ard, a wealthy Geauga couniy larmer, instantly killed himself Sunday even ing in his father's woods, souin oi town, by shooting himself through the head with a shotgun. He tied a string to the gun trigger, placed the muzzle against his head and pulled the string with one foot. Despondency over be ing rejected by his sweetheart is given as the cause. Post Ofllce Bnrg-lur Get UlR Booty. Carrollton, July 18. The post office safe was blown open at an early hour Friday morning and a large amount of money and all the stamps taken, besides a number of registerfd letters. The explosion was heard, and the sheriff pursued the burglars, who were four In number. They jumped into two buggies and made for the southeast One of them appeared to have been injured by the explosion. Striken' Demands Grunted. Bayahd, July 18. -All the berry pickers who went out on a strike Monday went bacK to wor inursuaj, after getting what they asked for. In the evening a little over 300 bushels of blackberries were shipped from this point, and it is stated that the ship ment next Monday will bo double this amount. Two Men Drowned. Sandusky, July 17. The sail boat Alma was struck by a squall in the lake off this port Thursday afternoon and capsized. George Alexander, of Ver million, and John Alheit, of this city, were drowned. Dropped Dead. Tiffin. July 21. Benjamin F. Myers, vice president of tho Tiffin Savings bank and one of the most prominent men of this city, dropped dead at the Big Four depot Monday morning, of apoplexy. New Electric Hallway Incorporated. Columbus, July 21. Tho Northeast ern Railway Co , of Cleveland, was in cornorated Monday by Frank S. Lick . . .i pns. Charles Js. bheldon ana omers. The capital is 8100,000. They will build an electric line from tho north of PiinHil avenue throurh Lake, Cnya hoira and Summit counties to Hudson. Great Day for Mmum. Ravenna, July 18. Portage county Masons held a grand reunion yester day in the lodge room of Unity lodge 2iO. 13. I. A. -JU. bikjt. mi oorprnl lodires of the county Kent, ttnrrpttuville. Mantua, Palmyra and other places sent large delegations. One swallow does not niako spring, but one swallow of One Minute Cougu Cure brings relief. J. W. Houghton, Ecxeniaisa frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases it can be per manently cured by applications of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to cure. J. W. Houghton. Inthesuring a young man's fancy litrhtlv tnrnes to thouirhts of DeWitts . . . i t i , t i : r ,. !... ii 1 ii m LdUie rjiiny wsers, tui mrj Mnj" cleanse tho liver. Durifv the blood and invigorate the system. J. W. Houghton. One miniito is the standard time, and On minute Couirh Cure is the standard preperation for every form of cough. or cold. It is me oniy narmiess remeuy that produces immediate results. J. W Houghton. ' Mrs. R. nfiYonne. Middlebure' la. writes, I have used One Minuet Cough Curfl for six vears. both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory cough cure I have ever used. d. w. iiougnion. Did you ever think how readily the blood is poisened by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt's Little Early Kisers, tha famous little pills, overcome obsti nate constipation. J. W. Houghton. A. L. Woostcr, a prominent citizen of Osseo, Mich., after suffering excruciat ingly from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short time by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, an absolute cure for all skin diseases. More of this prepa ration is used than all others comuineo. J. W. Houghton. Young mothers dread the summer months on account o the great mortal ity among children caused by bowel troubles. Perfect safety may be assured those who keep on hand DeWitt's Colic & Cholera cure, and administer it prompt ly. For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, it attorus instant renei. J. AY. Houghton. From a Findlay Mother. "Having used Dr. Hand's Colic Cure for my baby, I can fully recommend it. I have used a great many medicines for baby colic, and none have done so much good. I will hereafter use nofther rem edy for colicky babies," Mrs. L. Tann r, Findlay. 0. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure, Dr. Hand's Teething Lotion and a'l of Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists for 2uc. 2 We live in a country of which the nrincinul tcouree is stomaeh-tr .utile. It is more wide-spread than any oilier disease, and very nearly, more dangerous. One thing that makes it so dangerous is that it is so little understood. I it were understood, it would be more feared, moro easily cured, less universal than it is now. So, those who wish to be cured take Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it goes to the rout of the troublo ns no other medicine does. The pure, harmless, cura tive herbs and plants, of which it is com posed, are what rentier it so certain ami, at the same time, so gentle a cure. It helps and strengthens the Ftomach, puri ties and tones up the system, bout uy druggists, price 10 cents to $1 per bottle. It Goes Without Fnyinsr That when you are suffering from catarrh you want relief right away. What is the use then of experimenting with blood "cures" upon a disorde resulting from climatic changes? Use a local rem edy, for a local disease. I'sc Ely's Cream Balm, which relieves at once the attacks of catarrh and cures chronic cases. 50 cents at all drueeista. This remedy can be safely used by all without injurious results. It containes no mercury or in jurious drug of any kind. Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. Springfield, 0., Jan. 5, 18'J4.-The Hand Medicine Co., Philadelphia: "We have used the sample bottle oE Dr. Hand's Colic Cure with entire success and find that it does nil that is claimed for it. No praise can be too great for such a truly wonderful remedy, and we cheer fully recommend it to any one having a baby with the colic." I remain sincerely yours, Ferdinand M. King, 8i Scott-st. Dr. Hand s remedies lor children sow uy all druggists, 25c. 2 A Baby's Life Saved. Attica, 0., May 10, 1801. Dr. D. B. Hand: "We owe our child's life to Dr. Hand's Colic Cure. When all other rem edies and doctors failed it gave relief in one hour's tim". It is with pleasure that I recommend all of Dr. Hand's rem edies for children. Any mother using them can be sure of getting an article that is safe, effective and reliable." Mrs. M.Stutzman. Dr.llana'sCoiiccureana all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children 25c at all drug stores. 1 PARKER'S CINCER TONIC , ,t Lung Trouble, Debility. dititnlng ftomich n ..ale 111, and is Doted lor making mres when U othtf treatment wild. Sverr mother and invalid inouia nnT it. km PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM ClMnici cud bcautine tha half. Fromutel n luxuriant Krowth. Never Fails to Bestore Ory iiair to its youiiimi coior. Curea acalp diicaica It hair fulliltf, JOcand 9U' at Drugglili HINDKRCORNS Thaot.lyitmCm.fhf Coral, stops all pain. Makes walking eay. luo. UJJrugguia. k Chichester's Encllalt Diamond lirasd. THNYROYAL PILLS Original mn Only ttenninA. A arc, alwav reliable, ladies a i DruHt for ChichMter English Dla-ffj& -SViJiKxci, nt-alcrt with blue rihbon. Tnko JB in Rtaiupi for partloulari, tuitlmonial auJ m "Keller for Ladle" in femr.brretnrn (f BIuiL 10,000 Trunnion tola, Vamt Paper. rhlh.terCkeuiitlCaHUudlaonHQUareki fold bj ail Lou&l UruKiiUU. I'liUadu km MS fS) "A tkomavd wheelt-but only one Sim" Use the H f"BallBearing:" Siicycle & m Tot Comfort Fit and Wear. Pratt Fasteners hold laces. Leading Ttrnltirn hare tliem. Booklet Free I C. n. FinOO CO. (JIaken), I'UllAKU. Not one part but every part of HIRES Rootbeer tends toward making it the perfect temperance and healthgiving drink. Maila only by The Oharlei R. Hlrea Co., Philadelphia. A Wo. patlan uakea 6 falloaa. Sols aTerywuere. BEST is what the People That's Whv flood's Sarsaparilla has the largest tale OF ALL MEDICINES. THE buy the most of. T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster of Proni- iso City, Iowa, says: "I bought one bot tle of 'Mystic Cure for rheumatism, and two doses of it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. Sold by to. W. Adams, druggist. 20v30 Froth U.S. Journal of JLV'iVfiw Prof. W. H. Peefca, Vac makes a specialty -ot Epilepsy, has without doubt treated and cur ed more coses than any living Physician; his success is astonishing-. We have heard of case of so years' standing euro a oy him. Hs publishes a valuabla work on this dis ease, which, he sends kv i t h a lareo bot tle of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers who may send their P. O. an'1 -. -a address. WO BQVlSe HI1V "HO Wltllllll iwnuuicon ProI.W. B. fEEKE, T. 4 Hew Yer Cio CO NASAL CATTARH i the result of colis at! gulden climatic changes. It can bo cured by a d 1 easa n t remedy which Is applied di rectly Into tho nos trils. Ueing quick iy absorbed It Klves re lie! at once. ELY'S CREAM BUI CATARRH c4MBAlvy COLD N HEAD open and cleanses! Allays I'ii d aim mm""" miuni, Jiais tue Sores, Protects the .Membrane from loins, liosfnrps thn Kenus ot IHSie KIW f llll'll. The Halm is quickly absorbed and civ's relief at once, price all cents ai imuhw aimmiiiiuy. ELY BROTHERS, 5ii Warren Street. X.Y. ansa bmui iBaa SB BSnS2l BSCS Distressing kidnev and bladder diseas es relieved in six hours by the New Great South American Kidney Cure. This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness in relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, DacK an every nart of the urinary passages i nmla nr foninlo Tt, rplinvos retention H urntnr nnrl nnin in nnnsincr it. nlniost, t Of mediately. If you want quicke rife enre this is vour remedy. Sold by E. W. Adams, druggist, Wellington, 0. 42v30 Not Well? Well Get Well! The results attained right here at home have been marvelous. Hundreds of your neighors who have used Wright's Celery Capsules are now well. They cure kidney, iwei, uuu siuumt-n iiuuu, rheumatism, constipation and sick head aches. Whypayifieveryiwowei-Ks iui a bottle of medicine when you can get treatment at 1 cent a day. Wright s rMorvP.pnsnles s?ive 100 days' treat- mem tor $1. .easy W luae, uu uuu mjiio. Mnt rrin hacked bv a bank, to cure nv ------ - ,,,. I,., you, or reluna your mouev. oum vj W. Adams. Wheresoever you feel soreness or pain put Jonssos's Bltaadonna Pwitriet. From bruises or Bpraina to rheu raatisai it covers every case. It is like tho touch of a soft, warm hasd on an aching forehead. In flammation subsides beneath it. No other so suro and quick. Look for ihe Red Cross on tho face cloth. JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ManufacUiringChemi8t, New York. S 1 Shelf and Heavy ardware, Stoves and TSnware Eave Spouting and Roofing made a specialty at All kinds of repairing in our line promptly attended to. j North side public square. Bail LI na 8 uansm & ffiir Buonn can mm ii n oca E. To Offer a Reward of 100 dollars . A 1 A. ,.,.. Urt o nnoa r pntnrra 1 i mi cauuub up curred, creates the suspiccon that the .ilA an oriVOrl.lHPM 1H U 11UU1UUK. w vouknow of any such reward being i!.iq uiia nriifWu Aa not tiroinise re- ..r.;nm Rnim." Thev offer tho most effective ruedicants, prepared in conven ient, form 10 use. and at the lowest pos- ;i.t rina rid cpiits Der bottle. An Hon piuid I"--. - . : -----r , . PMtniiuvmv" 4UnY. ifi frot rr.mi iuuicuixuih ui vww harmful drugs. ir t r wuumfin. nressman for the naiivNews. Yminuxtowu. u.. hiijh: Iliad .niar.ii tinio. while -iit I'lcyclmg, f:!ii from my whe-i. infliv wnmching my right ankl.'. I ""' c-..m.iitR ot t i14.' 1.. i....tin ,.r T. ' inir lot Drops. -.J wiri.iii. niv in k wiw sound and aii. widen rmit'i;i..ii I attribute solely tn the nw of Lighiuing Hot Drops. W. Houghton. Coal! Coal! We are now prepared to f urniBh Hard and Soft Coal and Coke on reasonable terms. Free delivery to any part of town by a po lite and careful driver. A liberal share ot your pat ronage is solicited. Office on East Main Street. We have now placed a new dray on the street in order to serve the people on call. Please favor us with your patronage. Abbott & Jones. The Greatest Sufferers Aro women; thor system being particu larly susceptablo to derangement an J di sease. DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY cures all tho sicknesses peculiar to their sex; it fortifles the system against the diseases incident to old age. It is the best medicine in tho world for women. rillH Po Not Cure. Pills do not cure constipation. They onlv aerrravato. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea gives perfect regularity of the For sale uy a. w. Auams. bowels. Caveats, and Trade-Marku obtained, and all Pat cut bnoii)u curdncted for Moderate fttt. Our Otlica Is Opposite U. S. Patent Ottlca, and we can secure patent In lees time tnun looa remote from Washinifton. .... 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