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mocratic esCo VOL. XXXV. NAPOLEON. HENRY CO.. OHIO. NOVEMBER. 10 1RK7 : if THE NORTHWEST Knttrtd at NapoUoA P.O. at Seconi-VlauMaUtT Office Northwest Building, Wash. St. . OKWIG. L. L Xxjoaaof S-u.'baerlytiex.s Per Tear, In advanoe.. ........ . 81 Mont b ,1 a advance ........... . . . Or 12Kc per mouth, la advance. rje-Hepaperwlllbedlaconllnnd until all mr reeregei ere paid, unleaeet tho option of the pub- Job Printing of every deecrlptionneatlrand eaeapiyoxooiuvu. ADVEBT18ISO KATES W..knnwn (it annlylng at the office. Admlnle- tratora' end Kxeculore' notice. 12. All other legtl advertisement 1 per aqoare nrctlnsertlon.SOcper ganareoaolieddmunaiinBeniun. V AddreeiellletUinto DihoositioKosthwht Napoieon,unio. No Man Can Say That Saur & Balsley, proprietors OI the mammoth Drug, BOOK ana . Paint House of.the NorthwestJear tone nhta othej. everiiiuuo "i""1"' " r""" " . . COntract in commerce, or a prop- osition in private, tnai was noi .1 1, ii ijj carrieu uuti tu mcicnu. . Thev are as true to their mA no t-linnoarlla in tV.fi nnlp. nuluuD "vv. . - r "M . i . .11. . .it ii, ...... ana on me tsuuu j uuiv nutu , r- , , ... J tneyiounaea tneir DUSiness, aim . Onitthev intend to Stand, and having embodied in this MSa , . n . ; three business graces Ureatest . Variety, Lowest Prices, Finest Quality, they feel and know that - their position is impreg nable Th drugs and medicines sold at,this house have a wide repu tation for their freshness and tmritv. and here vou can find A. ' V I ": ii 1.1 i- i . -i evertlimg m this line, at pn- CCS which enable alL to procure them. They keep on hand an assort- ment of trusses, Supporters, etc Which WOUld do Credit to a large wholesale establishment, are headquarters for They these goods This house still remains the ii 1 rnu ,i I wall paper king. The patterns are mor(e beautiiul than ever,and the prices lower than ever. Also a full assortment of window cur tains and fixtures. A ix j ,i specialty IS , made in the way of paints, oils and brushes. The quality of these goods they keep is well known, having sold , , tnem tor the naat niiarr,er ttfn- -i . t I turvandit will astonifih nnft to , - , see whatalargeamountof paint canbehad for a little money. o . p t i i ' , , baur & Ualsley pride them- selves upon their book and sta- tionerv denartment. It is com- " pleteness itself, and never be- fnr.n nnlA f. t.u .'. iuic wum mwiu ue uuukuibu . . ... O cheap i X i'i " ' I iasiiowi.1 Books of every o0MV5 i h: -x--u 1 j uwwiiviiiii uucin otui;iv, auu , uuuui uiuiv vi Diuuuuciji " i uvrum- oi toe xorinern Alichi i " '.S , ,'i i , .juv... ?an Une. . As the father gazed anon the always anjjstock, ,., ! r leaturea of his dead son in the mpro- Toilet .articles in endless va- nety, consisting 0f perfnmes, brushes, combs, face and 'tooth powders, cosmetics, etc .. The quality of theirdyekufTsa x j t i a ii ,i IS proverbial, and they are used , t . , .. by housewives fcenerall V ; . . n . , , vimie in uuu De CODvlIlCea - i FOUND GUILTY Wicl of the Jury In lb ran Case, 75 Murder in the First Degree RAVENS.. O.. Nov. 2.rfinociftl.l As wassupposed when court adiourned last night, the judge upon the opening of court this morning held that the state could have no further argument inasmuch as the defence made none at all. Hon. John McSweeny, though apparently submissive to the proceed ings, was very much incensed at the defense in thus cutting hira out of hi argument, which it is supposed would nave Deen tne masterly enortof his life in convicting one of the most noted criminals tnat ever traversed Ameri called the Jury and found each in his scut. j.iio court room cnntainca more people than it has ever held before, and When Judtre Johnston. In ft InnH w -Hue(iaU OlylAJlJCOO 111 UlC VUUIb room. For twenty-live minutes the Judge held the audience spellbound in one of the tinest, best prepared, con- servative and dispassionate charges that was ever given to a iurv inn trinnW THE JURY RETIRES, I as mon as tne mage's charge was concluded the Jury passed to the Iurv mom. The general impression was that their deliberation would last for seral hours at least and notwithstand inar th s the HlldiPii held thnir- .onl. I - - ' Wtv with perfect patience. Atll:03, after having beeu out one . vncnigr-mico minutes, me sneria appeared, saying the jury had arrived at a verdict. Tliev mrphl in M" single file and took their places.- n agreed upon a verdict?" Daniel E wing, as foreman, said: handed the clerk the verdict, which the 1 vin uicu icnuaa juiiuwb. A VERDICT OP GUILTY. The btate of Ohio. Porta countv. in court of common picas, September term, November 2, 1887. The gtat of umo vs. unaries Morgan. We, the iurv herein, hnvincr hpnn duly impaneled and sworn do find that me aeteudant herein, Charles Morgan, is guilty of murder in the first detrreo as he stands charged in the indictment nerein. . Dam el Ewixo, Foreman. ' HOW "BLINKY" TOOK IT. All eyes were centered on Afnrmin iuem ue w w ooia ftiia aenant. as cool and deliberate as on the first day of the There he sat as bold and defiant, as cool feature changed, but his piercing eyes uuoiicu mo iui uu iiisuiut, wune tnose or tne jurymen were suffused with tears. The reading of the verdict over. a forced smile stole across Morgan's uuuiueuuuce ana leaning over to his itfiimonl T TT VinV.nL ,1 c... r Eddy, engaged In a short conversation with them. Notwithstjndi nir t.ha Hod. pwate and ilanng character of this I nmminai Annnuni.m ? . 1 cAnvDoiunn ui ej'uipaiuy were heard among the ladies In the audi ence. - The defense will at once make a MOTION FOR. A NEW TRIAL, ' the grounds for which they claim are aouuaanu juoge Johnston is one of IWSJ! iv Knr TTin illuAnn I . . . T7Z . "'"""ii"iiv bloou well and it is not belie ed that Morgan will uc giaiiteu a ucw trial. , , HOW THE JURY STOOD. The jury first took a vote as to the guilt or innocence of the accused nd it was unanimous in fav.irof a verdict of guilty, i xney tneu took the first ballot as the degree of murder. Eleven stood for murder in the first degree and one for murder in the second dporen Beuonti oauot resuitea in a solid vote for a verdict of murder in the first de gree. N BODIES RECOVERED. The Sea Gives Up Seventeen of the Vernoa Passengers. Kftrtnimrii. Ytr ui.inTAuiviiui, ma,, xov. s. 'jrc fishing tues went out fmmTm i Win.. VMtrrlnn. mH K..i. ' V v jt " ; Jl ""o"" iaci nit bodies of seventeen men and two wo- men who had been nhnnnl thu rn,."nj. tXSSSSSSSit JS!?: luaiiiu were sireicned side by side to enable Identification by the relatives and friends who rWln.d k- Ma.nlfpwoc. a The faces were ail placid and in good condition except two ""rn..f!8S,0.n.. ave evwence of Bivwuouucuuif,,, Aii war, a nf hoj I A I w . wwv- 1-111 V taft? 5OTfaW .. v.wwuvx 1-111 V ian ntKn m . tired. Thi.li. nn ,. .7 ' . .j,,'?" ?K r.(7;j T'l"r,.T?, uisneveied .vw:u, uuii meir iaces were not InlRffflrfimH n i i . i , vt . . . o - t " fcucv iUOKMl cnniitrh SkW'.vwowBkWii V a brocaded pattern, and there was H. llJ,."K "u mem that enfthirt identification. : The first bodv iw. "?,f S?,blu ' hi,e ether 1 7 ., : ' "'r "o auiuu arounu A Texas nountrv "The editor put on his hard boiled shirt and scissor-tailed coat and unlit, tho ium wenteni journal re- mai: "The bride and groom danced !r" ine euesis ate up the cold ""eat and howled with delight ano the "1 V0"'8r ones flrbd old shoes VuZ - ri Yu lT ppy couple as ! I THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION BY TBE PRESIDENT. Thnrsday, Nevembcr 24th, 1887. President Cleveland lias Issued the following Thanksgiving proclamation: A PROCLAMATION By the Presi dent of the United States; . The goodness and mercy of God which have followed the American people during all the days of the past year claim their grateful recognition and humble acknowledgment. By His omnipotent power, He has protected us from war, and pestilence, trom every national calamity; by His gracious favor the earth has yielded a generous return to the labor of the husbandman, every path of honest toil has led to comfort and contentment; by His loving kindness, the liPArtH nf ur peopie nave Deen replenished with fraternal sentiment and patriotic en deavor, and by His unerring guidance we have been directed iu the way of national prosperity. To the end that wemnv with n un cord, testify our gratitude for all the oiessings, i, urover Cleveland, Presi dent of the United Stutoa iln h am It ir designate and set apart Thursday, the twenty-fourth day of November nexr, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, to be observed by all the people of the lana. un mat day let all the secular work and employment be suspended, let our people assemble in thpir ,. customed places of worhin mill with yiojci niiuuougs i praise give thanks " eveniyxatner lor all that he has done for us while w hmhi im. plore the forgiveness of our sins and the continuance of His mercv. T.t fm- iliesand kindred h rotinitorl rn that day. Let their hearts, filled with kind ly cheer and affectionate reminiscences, be turned in thankfnlnpsa tn Mm .nm. of all their pleasures and the Giver of all that makes the day glad and jovous. And in the midst of our people and our happiness let us remember the poor, needy and unfortunate anil litr mi gifts of charity and ready benevolence, ua increase tne number of those who, with erateful henrtH. Bimii tnin In our thanksgiving. ' in witness whereof I have set inv hand and caused the po1 nf n.o TTr,u,',i States to be hereunto affixed. seal. Done at the City of Wash ington, this twenty-fifth day of Oc tober, In the year of our Lord bne thousand eight hundred and elirht.v- seven.nndof the Independence of the umieu otaies, tne otie hundred and twelfth.' Signed Grover Cleveland, By the President. Signed Thomas l Bayard, , Secretary of State. Medina County Shocked by a Crime. TWO CORPSKS IN : HOUSE. A BURMNO Tho Concl nslve Evidence of a Brutal Killing. -- v.., .iui, o. x-ire earn Wednesdav morninir nnnmui ik. i. habitants of this little burg, and when icjr imu exunguisnea the flames that were pouring irom the house of A. D. uarrett, murder was revealed. Garrett murriea ins counin 50 years ago and mree imoecne children were born. One pvid but the other two livrl a tw i-wrs ago their mother died and Gar rett married another woman. Her treatment or the unfortunates caused talk and Drotesratinn A TV1 Ann ftin inlrvK bors. They were compelled to eat re- iuw5 juuu ana sieep in a back kitchen. Alter tne nre had been extinguished, these two imbeciles worn fnnnri riuii n their bed. Leaves had been scattered around the room and newspapers were j.i.i.,rvn auuut, over an coal oil had been . poured. The door had been I W. I. wl 11 . .. . ivnjiveu 'llllll II1B lnHinn nv umu nna who had escaped through the window. Mrs. Garrett, the stenmnthor tu . 00 tdict01? twy of hearing a uolse ouu uiBvuvenug me nre. sue pounded on the blinds a moment and then mm. menced to remove her furniture. The suuocatea women were : not taken out until after the neighbors hA nr. rived. One was badly burned, and her throat gave evidence of fingers having been clasped about it. Shn '. ar jeare o il i7ie other lay on the floor, auuocHieu. SUTH. Uarrett Ws arrAat(l rotesting her innnonnna Tho niHeu intense excitement. . . j , T " u wF 44 V UllHIt . . Hereisoue: SunnosA a. man ..A iirl were mftrrfcH anA ' . " . ""iviix ui vuurse is impossible, that at the time of the hymenial contract the man w as years old and the girl 5, which makes uie man nve times as old as the girl, They live together until the girl is 10; inis maKes the man 40 years old, and four times as old as the' girl; they live .ugckuot uuuisne is it. years old, and the man being 46 this makes the man three times as old; they live until she is 30 years old, aud the man being 45, this makes the man three times as old; they live until she is 80 years old; this makes the man 80, only twice as old and now, as we haven't time to work it uur,pernapssomeooay would be kind enough to tell us how long they would have to live to make, the. girl as old as t The drouth almost without precedent ,r. nearl v 8lx months still continues. All streams, snrinirn anil nmiin . .. . ,' I O- ... v..o V. -mruiiDgiy ww, and many are dry, '"mo is DOBltlve fllfltrpsia In . m.Ml quarters, and, if the winter should set in without copious rains, serious re- . win louow, noioniy.in the suffer ing that StOCk Will enwriamu . hf Impairing of general health, as typhoid feverprevailsvery extensively, as many being reported fn Cincin nati. There are no sfima nf ni the sun and moon follow each other uuuugii a t-iouuiess say. ' .,'::;....,:.- - . I. i .1 . i .(-, :,y . : ... L ' " '. JJirs. v-raiK was nmmniHi tr. herf last bdok, "An1 Unknown CoUnr try," which discusses th onniu AH r.t U - .1 . .. v VI un? uoor in me xxortn or Ireland, bv overhearing the remark of a laboring ITiln itThi B,k.n Mill. J . . B lili. . "iwu. upon neipin a little girl across the street, replied "Ay, but a 'andful of "elp la worth a cartload of pity." THEY HANG! Tlie United States Court Refuses to Interfere, AND UNLESS THE GOVKRX'OR COMMUTES THEIR SENTENCES, The Chicago Anarchists Will Expiate Their Crime. Chicago, Nov. 2d, 2 p. m. The Supreme Court of the United Stateshas just announced its decision, refusing a stay of proceedings in the Anarchist case. Chicago. Nov. a Th uhoritv im already begun building the scaffold on which to bang the Anarchists. Car penters Were illlSV lllla nffornnnn u-nrlr. ing on pieces which go to make up the machine of death. It will not be long uciore me gauows will De ready. This is regarded in some ouarters as Biirnirl- ,oant. Mr. Watson's belief is that the governor will not Interfere. .Mrs. Parsons was broueht before cnier iibersold, who said she had a right no sell on the street. She re turned to the street and worked until faint and exhausted selling 5,000 at 5c. each. Chicago. Nov' s. Ahnut. noon to day Mrs. Lucy Parsotis, wife of the con- uemnea Anarchist, begun to sell pam phlets entitled: "Was it a fair trial?" on ciark st. When it was known that tne vender was Mrs. Parsons, in a trice the street was so packed with spectators that it was imnossibln for a wacon oven to make its way along the middle of the pueeu in nvo minutes after the an nouncement of the woman's name, it was beyond all human possibility for a pedestrian to come within 100 yards of nie spot,, inree oiue coats ordered the woman to "move on." She did move on in the direction of the Government building carrying her pamphlets and followed by an immense throng. It was estimated that 5,000 people were as sembled around tho place. " THAT BOMB :; Was Thrown by Thomas '.' Owens ON THE NIGHT OP THE ANARCH IST RIOT IN CHICAGO. Owens Makes a Confession Jnst Be fore Death. Pittsburg, Pa., Nov, 4. Thomas Owens, a corpenter.employed at Home stead, near here, who died the other day, confessed before death that he was a partner of Rudolph Schnaubelt, the man who.it is alletredi threw thn hnmh at the Haymarket massacre on May 4, 1880, and that he himself was the guilty party. The facts did not come out un-j til Thursday, when an inauest was held on the remains of Owens, who died from the effects of an accident at the steel works. Constable McBroom had a warrant for the arrest a man charged with desertion, with whom he was not acquainted and whose whereabouts he was trying to discover at tho titne, Knowing that Owens was a stranger, and that Mouliett & Piner knew con siderably more about hira than any one else in town he made a call upon them for particulars. These they were unable to furnish him beyond the fact that die name was Owens and that he had been there but a short time. As to wnere ne came from ana what he had formerly been employed at. thev did not know, as he was extremelv reticent aoout nimsen. vvneu the constable lerc tne nouse, Owens came In, and on being tdld that an officer was in search of hi rn. 'showed great stern nf t.ivnirin. tion. He made no inquiry as to what tne constable wanted and neither Piper nor Mullett volunteered the informa tion, as they wanted to see whether he would betray himself. He told them that he must leave town immediately and implored tbem as brother mem bers oi tne carpenters' association to help him to get what money was due him. He then, under secrecy con fessed to Mullett and Piner that he was an anarchist and an intimate friend of tne convicted men. He knewSchnau belt's determination and was with him on tne night of the Haymarket me Sacre. Jtle Kald also that It ivna nnr. Scnaubelt, but himself, who threw the uuuiu. in tne confusion tfn imttn hln brother's llOUSO en d hnrrnwoH S7 mil left for a country town. Until six wppWb ago lie tramped. On - his person were letters iron ins sister advising him to neep away iron social sta as thv hurt so iar caused him so much trouble. A letter irom ins brother sautioned him not to write home as his iettem mivht. giic null Hy, , ; The Babble ofaBabe. J Dtvenport Democrat. "DOO 00 love me?" Tho ninths t.roo beside the pouch of her first born trying "Yes.'darlimr. mnmnlnvaa vaii rtaa. y'iS!i ut your eyeand go to sleep." Ef Mintv Joiipb' nam njaimnmn. would you love me zen?" ' JJon't talk any more, darlinu-. vou'H MCVCl Kti wsicep," , xii xvimty j ones' mama was my ,hi uj vuua was luimy j ones' papaj would oo love me Een?" "iNow, Bweet, you are too bad not to ixy auu sieep." j. : .. . v t "oo wasn't my mama, and ef I naan-t no papa, would oo love me zen?" "NOW VOU lust Ston thnt tAllr Till do something to you." .,. v f . n , ( , "Ef my papa hadn't seen oo, would would." . . ... . , rhe Tittle head turnwl tn nna ia with closed eves, and th mnkn. looked at ita moment, the tears welled up, and she kissed her llttl fin a oAfHit and linger) 1 jigly as her husband stepped in and she told him th ntnrv nt . iLi, nlilM'.h.hKI . J ' -', "" Stop COUgbitifl! ai onm h tho Im. mediate use of Dr. DnlPa 26cents a bottle. ' " SUFFERING IN SILENCE. Ida Gray was an orphan living with her sister's family In a western village. The Illottsons bad welcomed her to their homo and her sister's husband, Herbert had tried his best to make her comfortable. In time his brother Ealph foil in love with her. and it wna that us soon ns tho house that he was Dunamg was completed they should bo It was about this time that great trouble fell upon that peaceful house- noia. Herbert Illottson had some trouble with a notorious character named Fallin. and in time a hitter enmity grew up between them. Illottson found his cattle dyineofFby tioison, and once when hp hcnrrl tht ialllu had shot his pet dog Juno in malice, he took down IiIh gun from the wall, saying: "I'll settle Tallin If I catch him." Kalph felt alarmed, k iwiu-imr lila Drotner's temper, and soon followed mm to see what happened. The next day the family were all sit ting down to breakfast the sheriffof tno county appeared in the doorway, and announced that he had come to ar rest Italnh Illottson. The man Fallin had been found mur dered and something of Ralph's near uy a curious pipe mat Had been given him by Ida Gray, his betrothed. May I speak to my brother a mo ment?" asked the prisoner, and the sheriff, who disliked his task, readily consented to give the permission. Ralph drew his brother aside and said:" "For God's sake keep still about last night. You've got a family and I haven't. I'll bear the punishment." ''But why should vou? Neither mm of us should suffer for the crime. In a few days you will be n free man!" and there was no fear ill his face. Ralph looked wonderinirlvat theoth. er's face as ho was led away. . He had resolved that he would make no defense in the case, and maintained silence throughout the trial. Tlie jury brought him n euiltv. with a recommendation to mercy on account of his hitherto blameless character. Jrle was sentenced to imprisonment for life Instead of hanging. " When the prison walls closed about him, in all probability for the whole of his remaining days, it can be imagined that there was deep mor.rning within the family circle at the farm house, of which he had been the light and ador inent. . Ida his betrothed bride had one Buurei inueu wunin ner Heart wu i kept her from sinking entirely uude Ul UIOW. To her nlone had Ralnh broken his resolute silence, but it was under a promise of secrecy which she would have died rather than hreak. "1 will ease my heart by telling It to juu, xuu, oecause, outoiail the world you are tne one who has a right to Rtrw uie iruui.-" ! am as innocent o the crlmo as you are, but I choose to sunerin place of the real offender; and u yvu are meioyai little woman 1 thin you to ne, you will abide unuuestlona bly by my deciivion." And Ida, raised bv his ontifirlinfr bo. lief and trust In her to the lofty place vi Bcii-auiiegution upon which icalph iiiujBBii blouu, uiuuo no outcry. tone accepted the situation In the same light as Ralph, and if any suspic ion as to the Identity of the real sinner ever entered her mind, it went farther. . . , .. Bne. With the remainder nf dm af flicted familyy went on in the round of aaiiy duties quietly and un com plain ingly. ' , Sheriff Kendall was not satisfied with the result of the case, and did his best to try and find a way to help the prisoner, a lew weeks after Ralph had cmeieu ui prison a ourguiarin a neigh Dorinot tOWM. WBS Shot down ono nlirht. The sheriff'was given charge of the man's effects. What was his delight to find in an old portmanteau a "paper .villi, win uuii ueen, torn tne gun wads found near the snot of Fniiin'i murder, and the amber mouth-hfenA nf ll : tr- nie pipe. 4 There was little delay in making out iiid unpem io sei xtaipn iree, ana then Kendall went to him with the good news that the real murderer had Been rouna, and that he was declared tojbe .iiiiuvcui,, auu wn uo longera prisoner. Ralph listened to him in ad7ofl unrt of way at first, and then he astonished jvenoaii oy exclaiming: then Herbert did not kin TPoiii,. aiter aiif tiow i have misjudged him l. iuniyway, nave been as unjust to him as my fellow men have been to me." Then that was whoro tl.Q . i " w.-w vav VllIIUIV was uy" said Kendall. "You sacrinceu yourseir for Herbert, did you? Well no one need tell me there fsno protneny aiieetion In the world after una. DUCCOUIP. we will an nnrioorr our glad news to Herbert and the rest.' Alter tne nrst rejoicings at Ralph's return were over he tiirnpn t hu uruiner. . M Uriltr Jll.Annl .IlT .v..,d. ne buiu, - i must: mane a uuuiessmg oeiore l rest contented ciiougnc .you . gave Fallin his death mow., will VOU forclvo mo for mi. juagmgyou so cruelly?" . t m , O au illirj- . " xou have as much tnfopo'ivn. i uvc, xvaipu. ior i inougnt you had taken revenge upon him for billing Juno. And instead vou allnworl Oo1fn hann.J . -I . . . """ujibu u criminal losnieia the brother you thought guilty. Hew can l repay you, Kalph?" ' "By cheering uo and trvlnir tn 1, like ' yourself strain. Herbert-. Yon have grown ten years older since I have been In prison.". i y; i v. ; "1 snail erow vonnrr umiln nn,n jRalph. For I feel so happy and light hearted at seelngyou again that It takes we uuck in my ooyisn days." , "And, Ida, come here and listen to me. i Avant.mr faithful littio crin ... l -it,. 7 . -7, ...Z" 'T'";" iiuiihoo nm one tnmg. win she?" ' "What is it. Ralph?" ask aH Tri hinoh ing and trembling &t tho she knew by Instinct wero tn fan , "Let us celebrate the happy day of Mijr iciVHDd UV miULflRr fVAfir Whlih la oi ns ureal imnorranrtA tt hnnniniU,n liet us be married as soon as we can ?umon the minister. Let this be our bridal day.' .,.-. -,, ... "yon will, Ralph," said Ida. And they were married. accordingly, all their neighbors turning out to give eclat to the joyous event. , ; , . In 182, one Horace Greeley, candi date for the Presidency of the United btates. and who, in his capacity as journalist, had probably written more bitterly about the South than any other of our distinguished men, passed down toward the Gulf delivering a jiii oi speecnes in Deiialf of his own cause. Everywhere he was received with great courtesy and listened to at tentively aud with respect. That was at a period when the war feeling was still prevalent. Now a quarter of a century has intervened. But when Southern speakers come to us they seem to be blackguarded by a partisan press. I it that there is no decency north of Mason and Dixon's line. tiL qmrer. , One Fact Is worth a column of rh American statesman. It Is' a fact established bv the amis of people, that Hoxi's finnuino.- rilla does cure scrofula, salt rheum, and other diseases or affections arising from mpure stale or low condition of the blood. It also overcomes that tired feeling, creates a good appetite, and gives strength to every part of the sys ccni. Ary it . i, . An Irishman tried to shoot a Bparrow 1a ,d Springfield musket. Ho fired. The bird, with a chirp or two. flew away unconcerned lu the fore ground, and Pat was swiftly and noise lessly laid on his Spie i the back- ng his fist at the bird, he exclaimed, Be jabers, you wouldn't a chirped if you'd been at this end of the gun!" "I joo sur, Eve'g fliat bom, In whoie train" Cornea the (limp twlUgni that brlngoth ptln. ' for aches of head, ueuralgia, cnt Md 1)rul( Try Salvatlou Oil, tlicao will joa loaa. . So she took llr Piomi.. n.u Medical Discovery and grew healthy and blooming. Cora's beauty quickly faded; Susan's eyesight failed from over-study; Flora became nervous and fretful in striving nftnr fchi .wi .. Ill J w - atwuiUUl miu h . sickly family kept Anna's hushand poor. Jiut sensible Sarah irrow h0ii more healthy, charming gent, and she married rich. All eXCliatlira roirmrL-a hf n Q 1 letter earner was bitten hir i ii.r one day and thinks 13 a luckier number k ii i iuuome ujb ume nonored beliefs passing away oue by one. Only theotherdayacross-eyed Detroit girl tried to look over her left shoulder at the new moon fnrirnnd iib. j jii eated her neck In three places. Aaincle bottle of A vor'n iaMnnHiiiH will establish the merits of thrmedi cineasa blood purifier. Many thous- ands of people are yearly cured of chronic diseases by the faithful use of this remedy. It i unequaled for the cure of scrofula. " t An Intelligent horso Is spoken of as being at Lynir, Mass. It was minus a' shoe wheii stabled for the night, but next morning walked off of Its own will to the blacksmith, and was wait ing Its turn to be shod when found by the owner. J , Avoid the harsh, irritating, griping compounds so often sold as purgative medicine, and correct the lrrgularlties of the bowels by the use of Ayer's Cathartic Pills. They are invaluable as a family medicine. ; v ; , A San Francisco man who refused to pay a&ill of $338.60 for 22 hours' work put on his teeth, was sued by the dentist for the amout. The court cut the charges down to $70, which the de fendant willUigly paid. An editor In Mississippi, who was re cently knocked senseless in his office by a brick thrown through the window, ' has offered a year's subscription to his paper for the arrest of the scoundrel. The death-rate of the world DUted about 67 a minute. 07 and 35,689,833 a year; while the birth rate is 79 a minute, 100.600 a dav. and 1,702,000 a year, ... " Caleb E9tlev. a Hancock farmer, fell on a hot stove And hurnoil . his mouth and throat In such a manner that he was unable to, eat. He died after two weeks of starvation. Four dynamite bombs wore fnn nrl In the cell of Lingg, the condemned An archist at Chieago, on Sunday last. Unfailing Spoclflo for Liver D&easo. SYMPTOMS I BKter or taatu In 1 I month; toniraa ooatod 1 iSfiS0"' 'l?"' or Jofntg-ofien mbtaken i2S2f,n?ti:nI,i ,our ""h, Iom It HEE riS'iJfSfnetj!ne" naulK" nd water bra??'.?r n1gostlon; flatulency and aoid eructtlona; bowola alternately coatlva . i,head"che' low of memory, wltn fJE?'?iVl,Da0onof having failed lo do something which ought to have been done : rU?n'l!i7.?plr1 tllck, y.Uowap: pearance of the akin and eyea; a dry cough fevert reatleasneaa; the urine la sig? .tsaf" .uow,d ? SHIMONS LIVER RESULATOE (purclv vcacraaLc) . U generally uaed In the South to arouM the Torpid Idver to a healthy action. ' II seta with extrasrdlaarv aMosm mmtki. ' KIDNEY8, and BOWELS. ' us trrceraw. memo roi Kalaria, Bowel Coroplalnto, Blok Headaeha. . Conatlpatlon, Ki?n7MotIonil Jaundice, Mental Depreeaion. . Colin. 'EadoiMd ky th lue of 1 MUIIone of Botda.at THE EEST FAMILY ra:S!."2 fcr Cbildran, fcr Adulta, od for th Af4. . 1 w ONLY CCNUINC kaa out Z Stanp in red oa front of Wrapper. J. H. Zailin & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.. tou raoraiawas. - Frioe, U)9.