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3EWS OF THE WEEK.
Gathered from All Quarters. WASHINGTON. A circular has been issued by the -ecret service division of the treasury lepartmcnt calling attention to the irculation of counterfeit one and flve tollar bills of the series of 1891. The lills are of poor workmanship and can asily be detected. The coudition of fruit throughout he country is announced in the agri ultural department report just pub ished to be poor. The apple crop has teclincd in condition from 71 to M.O luring June. During the year ended June SO, 1805, he number of passengers carried by Vmerican railways was 507,421,802, a iecrease of !i:i.20,S37. The number of onsof freight cnrried as reported by ail ways was 690,7(11,171, an increase or the year of 58.574,818. Commissioner General Stamp has ar--anged to communicate by telegrapli vith health officers at American ports rhore vessels may arrive with immi rants from a country where an infec ious disease prevails. On their arrival he immigrants will be traced and matched by health officers. The annual report of Maj. lienor hows that steady progress has been aade oa the Ohio river improvement letween Pittsburg and the Mississippi. )ver the whole distance of about 1,000 nileR, wherever bars or other obstruc tions existed, government dredges have worked during the year. Gen. Richard N. Hatchclder, quarter master geueral of the regular army, 'laving reached the a'jo limit, was re ared on the 27th nit. EAST. A conference of bankers was held in Jew l ork on tlio 22d and it is now toped that llieir ellorts will result in checking the export of gold, oix miles from Sea Isle City, N. J, m the 22d a naphtha launch caught ire and the two men who were on loard had a verv narrow escape from i terrible death. On the night of the 21st Miss Angio Cilburn and Mrs. Hall, of Chicago, the .atter a sister of Mrs. Albion W. Tour- ,ee, were thrown from a carriage at .-'amestown,-- N. Y., and sustained in .urles which, in Miss lulmirn s case, ?ere fatal. The death of Joseph Harper, who vas until two years ago a member of he publishing Arm of Harper & liros., tfew York City, occurred in that city . n the 21st. The strike of the tailors for the pur )06e of compelling New York contract irs to renew contracts made with them ast year, confining the hours of work :.o BO per week, went into effect on the ..2d. Up to noon 0,000 of the 8,000 men '.nd women engaged in the manufac ture of clothing had gone out. From all along the Atlantic coast be tween Hatteras and Nova Scotia comes he story of big schools of mackerel .nd lai'ge catches. The fishermen claim hey are taking twice as many as dm ng any tscasou in the last six- years. By a vote of 13 to 3 the Rhode Island lemocratic state central committee has ndorsed thi nomination of liryan and iewall and the democratic platform idopted at Chicago. For the week ended July 24 business failures in the United States numbered :81, against 207 for the corresponding .veek of 1893, and in Canada 29, against J7 for the same time last year. Information has been received by the Jew York Freeman's Journal from a eliable source that the pope has given Jardinal Satolli his choice of returning o Rome or rcniaininc in America, and hat the apostolic delegate has chosen .0 remain. The water in the Monongahela river 'a the vicinity of Pittsburg reached 10 eet on the 24th. The Allegheny cached its high water mark at 12 feet . inches. Reports from the head waters f both rivers show that all danger of , bad flood is over. The death of Edward E. Eekert, su- erintendent of the Metropolitan Tele graph Co., of New York, and a brother f Thomas T. Eckert, president of the Vestern Union Telegraph Co., occurred ;n the 2(!th ult. in Asbury 1'ark, N. J The democratic candidate lor gov rnor of Maine, E. H. Winslow, has de- ided not to accept the nomination, ..nd will write a letter declining it. A thorough examination of the Twin haft at l'ittston, Pa., has been made y a number of mine experts who re- ort that a further search for the en ombed miners would not only be dan erous but useless. The Newton Coal lining Co., however, have decided to ntinue the search for the unfortu nate men. llccanse one of their fellow workmen ' ad been discharged for eating while n duty, which was against the rules f the company, two hundred men em loved by the Snow pump works at luffalo, N. Y., quit work on the 25th, At Pittsburg, Pa., on the 25th a strike ivolving not less than 2,000 employes f the Consolidated Traction Co., was .verted by C. L. Magee, president of lie company, making concessions to lie employes and rescinding several bnoxious regulations put in force by . iie superintendent While a river excursion steamer was ominjr up the Delaware, near Phila elphia, on the 20th n young man sup osed to be Eminctt Hall, of Indianap lis, Ind., jumped overboard and was .rowned. WEST AND SOUTH. It is estimated that the damage done o the crops on the Roanoke river, lorth Carolina, by the recent flood in :iat stream, will be over 81,000,000. 'he damage done to the state farm is .lone fully 875,000. Tue president has commuted to Im prisonment for life the death sentence f John C. Bell, of Texas. He has also ommuted to life imprisonment the' .eath sentence of Tom Davis and Tay or Hickman, Indian boys. All three f the above were sentenced to he exe outed September 4. ...,.,..,. . An assignment was made by Jamei Armstrong, a well-known soap manu facturer of Baltimore, on the 2!Jd. Lia bilities $200,000; assets not stated. ' Damage to the extent of 8100,000 has been caused by heavy rains through out West Virginia. Weston, Glenvllle, Buckhannon, Morgantown, Fairmount and Piedmont suffered most It was agreed at a meeting of repre sentatives of all the Chicago banks held on the 33d to co-operate with the New York bankers in their plan to sustain the gold reserve in the national treasury. The Chicago banks will sub scribe between 510,000,000 and 815,000, 000 in gold. Over 8500,000 will be paid out by the receivers of the Baltimore & Ohio rail road on August i in semi-annual inter est charges due on the bonds of the company. These payments will include all the interest payable on that date by the B. & 0. road. It has been unanimously aecmea oy the 25 delegates to the Indiana con vention of bitumfhous miners at Terre Haute to remain out against the re duction from 00 to 55 cents a ton in the prico of mining. One of the oldest iron and steel firms In Chicago, Parkhurst & Wilkinson, made an assignment on the 24th. The assets are 8:500,000; liabilities unknown. The same firm made an assignment in 1893, at which timo the liabilities were almost 8500,000. Fire destroyed the Planters' rice mill and granary at Savannah, Oa., on the 23d causing a loss of 8100,000. Efforts are being made in Florida to induce the United States government to secure the release of 0. N. Melton, the young American who was captured on the Competitor and is now confined by the Spaniards in Fort Cabana. Fire, which is supposed to have been incendiary, destroyed the barns of the Forsythe (Ind) race track on the 2oth, Four horses belonging to M. J. Rogers, of Chicago, and valued at 83,500 were suffocated and burned. Total loss about 825,000. Fire destroved the lumber docks of the White Hall mills at Cheboygan Mich., on the 25th., causing a loss of 840,000; insured. At a negro picnic near Letohatchie Ala., a general row took place in which knives, pistols, razors and clubs were used. Three men were killed outright and six others badly injured three oi whom cannot recover. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. The Sierra Tarima, an English ship, bound for Rangoon, has been wrecked on the Maldive islands. All hands were lost During the last few days continuous fighting is reported from Crete. In the battles the Turks lost 200 killed and 200 wounded. The Cretan loss was 20 killed and 60 wounded. Chinese advices say that the Moham medan rebels at Lanchu have almost totally annihilated the force of 0,000 imperial troops that were sent to sup press them. The rebels are marching through the country killing; and pil laging on all sides. The death of Senator Spuller, aged 61 years, minister of public instruction in the cabinet of M. Rouvler in 1887 and later minister of foreign nffairs in the Tirard ca'binet, occurred at Dijon, France, on the 23d. On account of the drought which has prevailed for the last few weeks the water service in the eastern end of London, Eng., has been limited to six hours per day. On the 20th Prince Maximilian of Saxony was ordained a priest at Dreu- den. LATER. A PRRTitucTiVR hail and wind storm struck Clay county, Minn., on the 27th ult, destroying crops and demolishing a large number of small buildings. The loss will bo not less than S50.0O0. Forest fires are sweeping over a large area in the northwestern part of Marinette county, Wis., near .kagie . j . i i river. .Nearly lour townsnips nave been burned over. A bad accident, resulting in the lost of 50 lives, occurred on the railway be tween Bombay and Delhi, India, on the 27th ult. The train was running at hitfh speed when it was thrown from the rails and a number of coaches were wrecked. Most of the killed were natives. The Methodist church at Willow- Grove. Pa., was destroyed by nre on t.hn 27th ult The buildintr was of stone. Loss 810.000. . As Levi Sancomb, aged 10 years, and Nellie Buchy, aged 18, of Chateaugay, N. Y.. were driving home irom Jiurice, on the night of the 25th, the vehicle in which they were riding was struck Dy an express train on the Ogdensburg & Lake Champlain railroad at a crossing. Both were killed. A small cvclone rassed eastward i short distance north of Waterloo, la., on the night of the 20th ult. Crops were destroyed in a belt two miles wide and many farm buildings were iKhttd. The Illinois Central and Chicago Great Western railways auf fored heavy losses by washouts. Sexatok Pkttiorkw, of South Dakc ta. has tendered his resignation as member of the republican congresslon nl cnmnalim committee. This action has been taken as a result of his hav' inrr left the St. Louis convention and refusal to further act with his party. Inform atio.v just received from Stan lev. Falkland Islands, proves couclu sively that tho ship which foundered nff that local tv Mav 14 last was ine Philadelphia clipper City of Philadel nhin. and that Cant. Johnson, his wife and family, one psssenirer, and a crew numbering in all 25 men, perished. . At Cairo. 111., on the night of the 20th ult. while on his way to the de pot I. X. Coffee, president of tho state board of pharmacy, was killed by Dr. Crabtree. also a prominent druggist. Crabtree stabbed Coffee twice, the tragedy occurring in front of the mur derer s store. No reason is assign for the assassination. Thk amount of damage done in Mc Keesport, Pa , and vicinity by the high water in the Monongahela and Yough iogheuy river is estimated at $200,00 OHIO NEWS. Items of Interest from All Ssotiona of the State. Weeklj Crop Report. The following is a synopsis of the bulletin of the Ohio climate and crop service for the week onded July 20: Southern section all counties south of Franklin. There was much more moisture and sunshine than usual. These conditions were unfavorable. Warm, dry and sunny weather is need ed for haying and harvesting. Some wheat has been threshed; the yield is less than half the usual amount and the quality of the grain is poor. Corn is becoming weedy. Oats are a heavy crop, of good quality. Timothy and grass better than expected. Pastures doing well. Buckwheat growing nice ly. Potatoes good. Garden truck plenty and good. Tomatoes ripening slowly. Middle section. The week opened up fair and warm, followed by cool, cloudy and showery weather. Harvesting nearly completed. Oats generally well headed, but full of smut Corn grow ing rapidly and is in tassel. The crop of hay is light Clover scarce. Pastures good. Potatoes ripening. Some thresn ing done; wheat yielding poorly and rye good. Fruits generally fair. Northern section all counties north of Franklin. The weather Conditions have been favorable to growing vege tation. Corn, potatoes, pastures and fruits have prospered, though there are complaints of damage to corn on imperfectly drained land. JSleaaows are too soft for mowing. Wheat is too damp to be threshed and oats have been Wowd down so that it will be difficult to harvest them. The ravages of army worms continue. Many fields of oats have been totally destroyed and the worms are now attacking ad' jacent corn fields and pastures. Ap ples continue to drop, though the crop is a good one and in fine condition. Columbus Suffers from a Storm. Coi.umiius, July 28. A terrific wind storm, accompanied by rain, swept over Columbus and vicinity last even ing. The roof was blown off Wirth wein's hall, a five-story brick building. Trees were uprooted in all parts of the city. The roof and top story was blown off Brow's Novelty iron works, doing damage to the amount of 87,000. Stillwegen's tannery in South Colum bus was unroofed and the fourth story of S. M. Baker's art gallery demol ished. News from the surrounding country is to the effect that many barns and houses have been destroyed. No loss of life is reported. First Return Under Kailroad Excise Law. Columbus, July 24. The Marietta, Hocking & Western Railroad Co. made its returns Thursday under the excise law, being the first to report The road is only ten miles long and the total gross earnings for the year were 82,855.93. The road runs from Kings ton to Adelphi, and was built by a rich farmer named George Kurshner. He employed a train force for some time, but poor business forced economic measures ana ne actea.as engineer, fireman and, conductor, i only had one locomotive, and about a year ago it was blown up with dynamite. Farmers In Hard Luck. HICK8V1LI.K. July 2a The loss to farmers caused by the unprecedented heavy rains of the past week will be enormous. Whole fields of wheat and oats in the shock have been either car ried away or destroyed by the high waters, while many fields of corn have been submerged and the yield will be light to what the prospects of a week ago indicated. Potatoes are rotting in the ground, and there will ue less than a half crop. Coupled with this the army worm has again made its ap pearance and is destroying the corn. A Battle with Hobos. Lima, July 24. The Cincinnati, Ham ilton & Daytoa Railway Co. is having much trouble with tramps. A short time ago a gang took possession of a train, and W ednesday night the crew of train No. 91 had a battle with tramps at Wapakoneta. Conductor Smith was badly injured by being hit . . 1 r 1 a on tne neaa witn a uricn. Annur Myers, claiming Hamilton as his home, was arrested, pleaded guilty and was sent to jail. A Fight with Kohbers. Bei.laike, July 24. -Wednesday night a gang of five men were noticed pass ing through Belmont, carrying bundles of goods stolen from Levi Cassell's store. A posse of citizens with guns and revolvers pursued, and captured the croods, which the robbers had laid down while attempting to rob another residence. Shots were exchanged, in which one robber was wounded, but they all escaped. Kludod Hln I'nrsueri. Chagrin Fam.s, July 24. The burg lar who. In company with J. F. Wood, made a systematic raid of residences in this city on the uight of J une 13, se curing 875 and Dr. Ue Koy's gold watch, and who has been in hiding in tne au burn woods east of town, where Wood was captured, has eluded his pursuers and made a successful escape The Army Worm In Wayna County. Wooster, July 24. Farmers resid ing in the northern part of Wayne county report that the army worm has made its appearance in tne lasi lew davs. doing great damage to oats, many thousands of bushels having hoen cut down. The worm has also attached all manner of vegetation. Killed by a Holler Eiplnslon. Cantor, July US. Henry Kettering, a wealthy agricultural implement deal er. residing at Waco, two miles south east of this city, was killed in a hor rlble manner Monday morning. lie was making repairs on an engine, when the boiler of the machine exploded. blowing off the top of his head and scattering his brainB about Death was instantaneous. The force of the exoloslon was terrible, shattering every window in the house. Parts of the engine were scattered over a radius of 800 yards. Kettering leaves an es tate valued at 830,000. Gladness Comes Xith a better understanding of the VV transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts rightly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that so many forms of sickness are not due 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 all important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that you have the genuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system 'is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one 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 a nd is most largely used and gives most general satisfaction. MAFttiY THIS GiKL wdfriEBQDTI Mb. Editor: I etKinril a blue villi dri-m with lemon juii'i'i what will restore the color? 1 mil milking lotH of money Bellini; llio Climax Vlr'j Washer. IIiivo not miult) hs Dnin tin any day 1 worked. Every fumily want n Diali Washer, and pay $.' (iiiiekly when they see the dishes wanhed and dried perfectly in one minute. I mil as many wnehcrs as my hrother, and he is an old sales man. I will clear M.IKin this year. Address the Climax Mfu. Co., (Vlniubua, Ohio. Anyone can do as well as 1 am dome. MAUtilh K. One swallow does not but one swallow of One Cure brings relief. J. W make spring, Minute Cough Houghton , Kcxemaisa frightful affliction, but like all other skin diseases it can bo per manently cured by applications of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It never fails to cure. J. W. Uoughton. In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turnes to thoughts of-DeWitt's Little Early Risers, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood and invigorate the system. J. W. Houghton. One minute is the standard time, and One minute Couch Cure is tho standard preperation for every form 01 cough or cold. It is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. J. Houghton. Mrs. R. DeYoung. Middleburg' la., writes, I have used One Minuet Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory cough cure 1 have ever used. j. w . iiougiuon. Didvou ever think how readily the blood is poisenert by constipation? Bad blood means bad health and premature old age. Demtt's Little karly Risers, tlia famous little pills, overcome obsti nate constipation. J. W. Houghton. A. L. Wooster, a prominent citizen of Osseo. Mich., after suffering excruciat inelv from piles for twenty years, was cured in a short time by using DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, ail absolute cure for all skin diseases. More 01 tlusprepa' ration is used than all others combined W. Houghton. Young mothers dread the summer months on account of 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' For cramps, bilious colic, dysentery and diarrhoea, it atiords instant relief. W. Houghton. Distressing kidney 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 lis exceeding proiiinineBs in leiievm pain in the bladder, kidneys, back aj every part of the urinary passages male or female. It relieves retention water and pain in passing it almost mediately. If you want quicke rife Q enre this is your remedy. Sold by R. W, AUitUlH, 111 UKKIM, II Olllllliiuil, J liiuu Not Well? Well Get Well! The results attained right here at hnmnhave been marvelous. Hundreds nf vnnr nflichors who have used Wright' Celery Capsules are now well. They cure kidney, li er, and stomach trouble, rheumatism, constipation and sick head aches. Why pay l every two weens ior a bottle of medicine when you can get treatment at 1 cent a day. W right's Celery Capsules give iuu uays treat ment for $1. Kasy to take, no bad taste i do not gripe, backed by a bank, to cure ou, or refund your money, cum uy a. Adams. To Oiler a Reward of 100 dollars . J A J. 1. - for a case of catarran inai cannot ue curred, creates the suspiccon that the article so advertised is a nuuiuug. w yon know of any such reward being paid? Ely's Brothers do not promiso re- .trani in nrdor to sen llieir ven kuuwu "n.rnnlVI Rnlm." Thev offer the most effective modicants, prepared in conven ient form to use, and at urn lowesi pos sible price. 50 cents per bottle. An lion out nn.i pflVetivt' remedv. which is. absO' lntniv rn from mercurials or other harmful drugs. Mr. J. C. Wiseman, pressman for the rttiiiv Nhv.s. Ytiuiiismwn. n.. Niys: Iliad Mm misfortune, v.t.ilo out bicycling, fall I'ltiiu my h'l, bad! wenching ,(..i.t. uiiki... i ' ' i i'iitH or Uo,,.i,in i.,iii.;. u' f.i.'-''i"7 I lot Drops vnvt ni.in.lii.r piv i; k"vi's Kound wiVil. wliich ovitiiU..:, I Hltiilinte solely f , n of I.i 't!u:'i: Hot Urcpa. J W. Houghton. From a Findlay Mother. "Having used Dr. nr.nd's Colic Cure for my baby, I can fully recommend it. I have used a great many medicines for baby colic, anil none have done so much good. I will hereafter use no other rem edy for colicky babies." Mrs. L. Tanner, Findlay. u. Dr. Hand's Colic cure, in. Hand's Teething Lotion and all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children sold by all druggists for 25c. 2 We live in a country of which the principal scourgo is stomaeh-trjutde. It is itiore wide-spread than any oilier disease, and very nearly, moredangerous. One thing that makes it so dangerous is that it is so little understood. IE it were understood, it would be more feared, more easily cured, less universal than it is now. So, those who wi3h to be cured take Shaker Digestive Cordial, because it goes to the root of the trouble as no oilier medicine does. The pure, harmless, cura tive herbs and plants, of which it is com posed, are what render it so certain and, at the same time, so gentle a cure. It helps and strengthens the stomach, puri fies and tones up the system. Sold by druggists, price 10 cents to $1 per bottle. Jt Goes Without Sayinjr That when you are suffering from catarrh you want relief right away, what is the use then of experimenting with blood "cures" upon a tlismile igniting from climatic changes? Vo n local rem edy, for a local disease. Use Ely's Cream Halm, which relieves at once the attacks of catarrh and cures chronic cases. 50 cents at all druggists. This remedy can be safely used by all without injurious results. It containes 110 mercury or in jurious drug of any kind. Dr. Hand's Coiic Cure. Springfield, 0., Jan. 5, 1804. The Hand Medicine Co., Philadelphia: "We have used the sample bottle of Dr. Hand's Colic Cure with entire success and find that it does all that is claimed lor it. No praise can be too great, for such a truly wondertul remedy, Jttd we cheer fully recommend it to any two having a baby with the colic." I remain sincerely yours, Ferdinand M. King, 8(1 Scott-st. Dr. Hand s remedies for children sold oy all druggists, 25c. 2 A Baby's Life .Saved. Attica, 0.. May 10. 1804.-Pr. 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 time, 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.Stutznian. Dr.Hand sColicCureand all of Dr. Hand's remedies for children 25c at all drug stores. 1 T. F. Anthony, ex-postmaster of Prom ise 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 E. W. Adams, druggist. 20v3U NASAL CATTARH CATARRH sua roauH oi coiaa ssa sudden climatic efcasges. It can bo cured by n Itleasantremedy wliich is applied di- eelly Into the nos trils. Being quickly absorbed It gives re- lieiat once. ELY'S rani. HUM opens and cleanscsCOLD H EAD I Mm ;isa I'AHnatreH. Allavs Pa n and In Humiliation, neais tno Snrftn. Protects the Memnrane trom toitls. KestoreK the Senses 01 tasw aim nineti. me Balm Is quickly absorbed and gives relief at I once. I'rice 50 cents at Untwists and. inailby. ELY BROTHERS, 5ii Warren Street; N.Y. son Bzaa bub n kDHKM MHIi KJH23 tOntlQ CKuH atDXBBl Wheresoever B you feel soreness or pain put Johnson's Bellabojika Plasteb. From braises or sprains to rheu matism it covers every case. It is like the toucli of a soft, wium hand on an aching forehead. In flammation subsides beneath it. No other so sure and quick. Look for the Red Cross on the face cloth. JOHNSON de JOHNSON, Manufacturing hemiata, New. York. t 8 8" MB MVMHI mmtMm Coal! Coal! We are now prepared to furnish 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 or your pat ronaco is solicited. Office on East Main Street. VY e nave HOW placed a new aray -i on the street in order to serve the people .on call, ricasc tavor us with your patronage. Abbott & Jones, Caveats, and Trado-JInrks nbtnincd, ami all Till out businofa conducted lor fottrat reus, a..- i. a u II C H ....... I hMtrm. uur v'nico tit urjripsite u. f.rmnn vt.i.u. and wo csn secure patent iultias time than luofl to my remote irom vvacninKion. Send model, drawing nr photo., wltS tlon. We advife. if patentnliin or t " ciiari'e. Our fee not. due till puti'iit A Hainpltlet. "How to Obtain Hui Bamt of .w-tual clients iu your Btci' . j' tovm, tuut free. Address, C.A.SNOW -00. Or?otIt6 Pt'.sr.t Virtue, Waahir..iuA, U. C. . and -t , ill (11RM1HPH IMCHieill III mil am-. J.1 m mc PARKER'S CINCEH TONIC .:m Lung Troubleii, Debility, dirtrtiilng ftonuclt tni .iftl lilt. anU in noted for nuking itircs vhen All oUwr rrfilment ftila. Tvtrv mother snii invalid innnM hnvp It. PARKER'S HAH? BALSAM Cltamei and boutifiui th half. j. L 'J lroinotet k luxuriant errnartri. 'tt- TNoTcr Pail 8 to Hostoro Grfr Curoi Bcalp dineaseiit hair lallij, sr. Urn viihi..ivui 1L The onto sure Cut ft Corn. itons kU pain. Makes walking urny. luc tD:uii. Wrlirlnnl nii Only Genuine. A Arc, aiivkv rrlikblt), ladics ask A Drumlit Mr flcAuter Unnlult Dln-n .mond Brand lu Uctl and moial)loWr Vl1j)t,0ei- "plwi with blun ribbon. Take l ferVvn0 other. Htfittt dangmntt itibitttu- V erritvnt anu imitmmnM. a i uruitgisif, or aftnq i yj iii Btxinpi far nartiouUrl, . ti.tinionlBlt aiiJ ' XS O "Kcllci fur I.nilli,"talftir. br raUra . P Mu'.L IIMMK) lY.tiinonlnll. .Vam ft.,r. Sold br ml 1.ma1 Utujuicii. i'taUadu.. IftL ) "A thoutand wheels but my one snoe" (Tp I Use the ' " "BalIBearlng"f I bicycle 9 For Comfort Fit and Wear. i1 Pratt Fasteners hold laces. Leading T)ealr have thenu 35) C. H. MINIO CO. (HaVn), CMCAGO. .BOO<lb X rut 1 (PS Sv i5S lS Not one part but every part of HIRES Rootbeer tends toward making it the perfect temperance and healthgiving drink. Unite onl; ny The Charlet K. Hlren Co., Philadelphia. A 25o. uackafie uuam 6 gallon!. Sold overy where. TWIN EIVEIVIIES of health and happiness are bil iousness and constipation. Smith's will conquer them. An easy dose which never fails. at cents per bottle, five bottles for $1. For sale by most druggists. J. F. SMITH & CO., Proprietors, New York ) . hi i "III i in III ill - AND ITS CTTRB To the Editor : I have an absolute remedy for Consumption. By its timely use thousands or nopeiess cases nave Deen aireaay permanently cured. So proof-positive am of its power that I consider it my duty to send two bottles free to those of your reakn who have Consumption, Throat, Broncmai or Lung Trouble, if they will write me their express and postoffice address. Sincerely, T. A. S10CUM, M. C, 183 Pearl St., Vevr Yuri. B"- Tho EiUtorin! and Buainetts Mnnntrement of tlus raror liuuruuioo hub cu.'rou rropoiiiis Shelf and Heavy ardware, Stoves and Enve Spouting and iKm I made a specialty at HI All kinds of repairing in our line promptly attended to. North side public square. Hanson k Be The Greatest Sufferers Are women; tlier system being particu larly susceptable to derangement and di sease. DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S FAVORITE cures all the sicknesses peculiar to their sex; it fortifies tha system against the .. . . 1 -1.1... .J Tf ia ih bpst meaicine in the world for women. I'llls Do Not Cure. Pills do not cure constipation. They only aggravate. Karl's Clover Koot J ea fives perteci regularity or. tno uuweia. or sale by E. W. Adams. 2 COPYRIGHTS. etoJ For Information and free Handbook write to MUNN ft CO, 861 BROiUwaT. Nw VORK. Oldest bureau for aecurlng patents in America. 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