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The Highland News.
HILLSBOROUGH, OHIO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1881. Temperance Column. WOMEN'S C. T. UNION, OF HILLSBORO, OHIO. All OommniuMilnas litemled for this clniDn hoald be addressed id Mrs. K. J. Thompson, HiUsboro, 1. Regular Women's C. T. U. Prayer Meet ing every Thursday evening, at 7 o'clock, at the Ladies' Temperance Hall, on Main St.. 31 story of Mrs. Heed's business honse. Union Gospel Temperance meetings are held in this Hall on Thursday evening of each week, beginning at 8 o'clock. Officers or the W. 0. T. U. Mrs. E. 'J. Thompson, Pres't.; Mrs. Gen'l. Mc Dowell, Mrs. J. F. Lord and Mrs. D. K. Fenner, V. Pres'ts.; Mrs. J. C. Grecg. Beo. Sec'y.: Mn. J. E. Marks. Cor. Sec'y.; Mrs. J. W. Bridwell. Treasurer. Our German Pioneer. We most gladly hail our gooJ sis ter, Mrs. Skelton, in ber brave un dertaking. Success to her in her honest and noble efforts to rescue "her people" in the city of their adoption. Will not some of our Germsn citizens subscribe for "The Path Breaker' ? The Chicago Signal sajs: Mrs. Henry Skelton, the very efficient worker among the Germans, has Etartsd a German Temperance pa per, Der Bihubrecher, in English The Path Breaker, which is the first Temperance paper ia the German language ever published in America. Its nppesrance makes a new era in Temperance work, and we most tesmiiy co'nniend it to onr friends. This paper will be a mighty power it good nmong the Germans; the cr.fiDii'iar truths of Temperance ill come to them with increased force if spoken in the familiar tongue of the Faderland. This paper is published monthly at fifty cents a year. Subscribe for it, unci if you can not read it yourself, 6end it to some German who can. Address Mrs. Henrietta Skelton, No. 8 EiM fourth sr., Cincinnati. Three "milk" rooms have been recently opeued in Chicago, wheie "milk and biscuit " nie furnished for five cents, and thons-.ind.s patron ize them. The Brooklyn Woman's Temper ance Union, Mrs. Mary C. Johnson, President, holds crowded meetings in one of the Inrgest tht aiers t-vt r Sunday evening, and regular meet ings every week night. A "Woman's Christian Nationa' Library Association'' has been or ganized, to provide a library and reading-rooms at Hot Springs, Ark. The effort is praiseworthy end time ly, and deserves sympathy and con tributions. Dr. A. Purdy, in his address on alcoholism at Silver Lake Camp Meeting, New York, said that out oi three hundred cases of typhoid fever which he had treated be bad nevtr used a drop of alcohol, and had not lost a single case. The .National Catholic Total Ab stinence Union met at Boston, Mas., August 3d, and held a session ol svfrftl (hivs. Amonff other thitL't- the Union passed strong resolution in favor of total abstinence. Bishop Elder, of Cincinnati, was elocted President of the Union, but de clined. While Temperance was an abstract question the masses were apathetic, but now it bus become a persona question. '-Noah's vineyard,'' nnl the 'Svine of Cana," and 4a little win for tho stomach's sake,' have all lost their logic to men who have lost brave luiia. This movement is rebel lion aarainet a Herod. The weeping Jlachels have dried their tears, i;d their eyes 6hine with vengeance, and behind the R iohels Btand the fathers. It is a revolution. Sojourner Truth is in Chicago, come, as she says, "to speak to the people once more on tho subject ot Temperance.'' Sojourner is in her one hundred and sixth year, and hat probably delivered more Temper ance addresses than any other per son living. We give ber a heart welcome to our city, and trust ar rangements will be made by whii'l the multitude anxions to see and to bear her, enn have an opportunity Chicago Signal. If Paul's declaration that "it is good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor anything whereby thy brother stumbleth," is a fair state ment of the spirit of Christianity, theu the tot.-d abstinence platform is a condensation of Bible truth, and the Temperance movement of to-di.y is essentially the fruit of Christian! ty. If so, it will, in after ages, tk. its place alongside the Ik-formatiot of Martin Luther as one of the pranci epochs oi humun progress. Prof. A. J. Emerson. A Hard Drinker's Solitary Death. Yocngstown, O., Aug. 10 Tht body of Jack Megraw, well known in police circles, was found sitting on a chair in his house, bloated and decomposed. He was alone, in the house, and it is supposed he died on Monday from heart disease, caused by hard drinking. The Temperance Question in Alabama. bama. Montgomery, Aug. 10 Tin State Temperance Convention lusted two davs. An Executive Committee for the Slate aud each county wat appointed. All rttempts to make the ques ion a party ouo were voted down. Among the resolutions adopted was one of retrret for the 6hoo'ing of the President and ex pressing sympatnv witn Liin, ana hope for his speedy recovery. Alcohol asd Disease. Alcohol produces many diseases; and it con stantly happens that persons die of diseases which nave their origin sole ly in the drinking of alcohol, while the cause itself is never for a mo ment suspected. A man mny be considered by his friends and neigh bors, sb well as by himself, to be t Eober and a temperate man. He may say quite truthfully that he was never tipsy in the whole course of his life; and yet it is quite possible that such a man may die of disease cansed y the alcohol he has taken and by nti otbt'r tktte whafeVfer This is one of the most dreadful evils of alcohol; that it kills int-Ui-ously, as if it were doing no harm, or as if it were doing fr'0 1, while, it is destroying life. Dr. Benjamin Ward Richardson. Buffalo "Nat" Old Nat, who-o neeiilinny shapd Blinnl.Iors five him tho nmno of Buf falo Nat. ""otipratea a small plantation near Little KocK. mic nine aro nc wont around inakin? educational spcec'ics, but now he is so bitterly op posed to education mac several nays n:jo ho went to a tli-trn-t school lioti9 nh time, i t.hr lo' which he hat con tribute 1 to its erection, split It up, nnd bin-lie 1 it lu the, presence oi uie irus le.es. "Why nre you so oppose. 1 to educa tion. Nat?'' "asked the superintendent of public instruction. "I has a cause, sah. 'Fore I could road, I had da best cotton and da biiTfest corn in de neighborhood, isow look at me! (lot no cotton, an' ray hofrs is pori-diin, for de want of corn." "What p ut did education play i:i your agricultural bcreavemout?'' "S.ih?" "I sav, how was education instrn men'al in in lu -ing your agricultural injudiciou-sness?" "Two of 'era at ones .in' widout warnin," said tho old man, rubbing lis bead with a troubled air; wdoan' gin me eny moah ob dat; Cap'n, niy b'o ids out n order. Dam words al'le; s did set me on cdrce; but ez you's ax ma I'll tell yer. Educ dion an' industry do m travel but a short distance to oedder. Ia go toge Ider ter do fence, bar education stops an' industry goe3 on an' works do Ian.' But I ain't dune yit. Las' year, thinkin' dat I'd 'spriso "my neighbors, an' habin, in de mean time lamed ter read, 1 'scribad for a lot ob these heah agricultural papers. D n I thoniht I had de thing down line. I sot in tho shade rca din.1 My wife tolo mo dat it was time ter go to ter work, but I laughed in my sla ves an' rattled the paper what I was read in'. I know'd that dom editors was bosses, an' I was termiu ter read. Be season wanced, but I 'tiinicd ter read, knowiu' dat thorn men kuow'd mora 'bout farmin' den I did. De leaf turned yaller an' do cotton storK hardened, but I kep on readin' my paper. Do win's got 'chilly and I scad folks toatiti de hamper baskets of cotton, but I turned ter mv agricultural papers an' contiyued ter read. My wife called my tontiou ter tho fust bale ob cotton what went past lo honso on its way ter totvn, but I turned obor do paper an' continued ter read. But finally tho eve-teeth of sp.-rience cut through do guns of humbuggerr. I went out and seed dat da papers hadn't raised no crop. Da jimpson weed growed ivhar de cotton stock auglitcr had bloomed. Da ratr weed had possessian ob do corn hill. Da moat ob distruelioa had bur rowed under do cahbago plant. Dan I 6uinnied hit up. Fore 1 could read I nebber bad a agricultural paper in de house. I nebber sot all day in do shade. Fore I sot in the shada I alicrs had good craps. Dams my reasons, sah. Dan my son learned ter write. Hi forced a noat an da put him iu the peniteu tiarv. D ian say, school ter ma. l'so a hoss fly an my wiugs is a foot Ion;;. Lemmv take do'line frum under mar's tale. 'Now she's all riirht. Good day, sah. Little J2ock Gazette. Ko human ajeucy cn o jeciiilT clesne the :do,d, clesr Ihe curnpu-xinn and f-kin. reiloro the hair aiid cure every epecie of itchiDjr, ccaly and scrofulous hnuiora of the ekiu, '.-!u and blood, as inf-i'micurn i'.enie.lie. C'csr head and voice. eav brfaltiing, fwcet 'reaib, p-rlect smit, tasie ii'd henrinj. no cou'i, o Hs!r.'6. T'le-e are coni!i'i'"i hro.ight a -o -1 Jy tlie ow; if Saufurj'a Rauieal Cur. mp et reatmont for $1. Sep clipmDo.j It Was the Hotness. r.atrick Qniucy was steaming as he stood before the bar, although lie had been in the cooler all ni'rht. "FJotous conduct,'" his Honor observ ed as he glanced at the warrant. "I denv it sine die.'"1 protested Pat rick. "They had no mora right to lug me down here than I would have to dig up Washington's bones and sell and p ddlo 'em oft" for five cents apiece." "Do you wish to explain?" "I calculate I do! You know how hot it wns Friday night?'' "Friday night? Let's see? Did I wear an overcoat, Friday night?" "Overcoat! Why tho lamp-posts were hot enough to bake anp es! My house was so hot that our dog fain'ed away three straight times, and tho baby burned his tongue by licking a rock ing chair!" "Wei!, we'll admit that it was hot." "You bet it was! When bed-time came I went out upon the roof to sleep. Along about midnight j ist as I was en joying my first nap, a cabbage hit me in the eye, throe or four potatoes rat tled against my ribs, and an old dish pan sung around my ears." "Splinters from the comet, I pre sume." "Well I don't. 1 presume the boys showered them at me, and I was hunt ing for them when this officer marched ma down.1' 'But you were cursing in a loud voice and arousing dozens of sleepers. "Well, I was excited. Suppose you were asleep on the roof?" "But I wasn't; I never go higher than tho second story. This court has noth ing to do with tho weather. It may ba hot enough to fry eggs on the pave ment, or freeze apples in a blast fur nace, and it's ail tho same here. I shall have to line you So. "I'll never" pay it!" "Then you'll 'have to go up for thirty davs." "If Tm sent to tho Work House I'll smash things." "And you look out that something don't smash you. ricase fall back and wait for the omnibus." Detroit Free Press. Vast merit is inherent in St. Jacob's Oil, and we heartily recommend it to ur readers. Cuicaao ( Ills. ) Western Cath olic . Love Making in a Beer Garden. a Making love in a beer garden is lia ble to ba carried on under disadvan tages and subject to interruptions moro oHess disagroeabla. T.io other night a vounT man sitting with his sweetheart in a garden over the Rhine, was cn deavoring to pour a ta'.o of love into hor listening"ear, whieh tho shrill cries in cident to tho locality were continually interrupting. Tho courtship raa some thing atter this fashion: "Dearest Eliza, you know that your image alono holds a phico within my heart. I thrill only to tho soft tones of your sweet voice; "l am happy ia no company but yours. Ia short, bolter thao life do I love" Z .vi Beer!" "As I was saying, beforo yon caitiff beer-jerker passed th'n way with his dis cordant ejaculation, I am indiss olubly yours. The stars are never bright un less you aro by my side, yet your eyes ever" do slianio their brightness. I seo no beauty in toe How rs until your pres ence bh sses me. aud then your b -auty makes them hide their headi iu envy. For one kiss from tho-o sweet lips would" "Ein cigar! ein mineral! !" "(Confound that boy!) Dost lova nio deare-t, as I lovo you? Wouldst join your fate to mine? Could you consent to go hand in baud with mo through V.iT, banqueting on lovo and feasting on-" 'Pretzels for two!" "(Oli, hang your pretze's?) What would life bo without thee? It would be as a ban-en desert without one oasis a long dismal ni.-bUincheered by one single sta'-; cast adrift upon the wide and lonely ocean with no friendly sail in view from day to day aud all the while the fierce hunger ia my heart crying " ""Boleena woost!" "Fire and blazes? Lizc, let's get out o' this." They got. Cincinnati Sat. 2?ight Thr.msnds ol women hnye been en'irely cured of tho most t-tubborn cases of f weaVncs ' y h use of Ld F. Pii,V-bBm'- YerVtaMfl Cnmpo'inri. fend to Mrs. Lyd a K PinkhRm, W-Mrn Avenue. Lvncj M .. 'or pampbte 4. Bereaved But Proud. "II is any yo' young ge iinen done lKI'iip1 I :ri ol !er!y eol .'.fV combine I !o- Fe-n mv 1 te? -in orcd lady or Vm i: cal -t uT Friday :.V. What .i he, who had b, en disa; sent t i!:e races. "Don' o' ti'nl' :: no i;:. a cow?'1 a-ke 1 one pointed I'bout being with my feoliu's!" said the old vv o m oi, indignantly. "D m' none o' yo" you lg gcin neu go laeeralin' around ni a. i's iu tn.iriie, a id 1 lion' ailo-.v t! funny i.us tiess about mo when i's sutieriu'. Now, iiile mo ;f auv o' yo' done sc.ti my Fete?" "Wliat have you lost, a f -rr boat?'' persisted the disappointe 1 reporter. "1 done tide xo'onor t! Belter look c:ir" vo'scif! When I's in mo'nin1, I dvn1 let no geuKii i fool wid my grief. I kini v'ar kase I s'posi d da noospapor done seen eb.rtin. and I's lnin'.in' my Fete. Ef yo' aim scan him tell it, biit beear'ful how yo' harry my sorror. WaVli wide, now. I's gai'.in'!" "Is ha your husb nd? ' inquired an other reporter. Band! came t';a dame's umbivlU over Ins ncail Fa'r warnin! I donn gin vo fa'r warnin'! Ef yo' think yo' can ta'r ii dis weepin1 nigger's soul when she's broke down wid pinin' arter lost ones, yo' is skiiinin' vcr shin on da wrong tree.'' "Mavbe it was your son, madam," suggested thft city cdior. Wl a-k! And ha got it across the neck. "Yo' caa't do no monkey shines wid me, if mi' is a noo-napar," p .uted the enraged d rlu-y. "Jist k:ic Fin around on fiuieral bo.-ine-s, yo' can't idav no roots on my suU'orin's. I's talkiu! Watch out!" "What have you lost?" queried tiio managing editor, disturbed by the up roar. "I done lost my Pete, and I kirn down to see ef do noospaper had seen him about anywheres." "What was Peter?" asked the editor, cant iously. Feb !' what was Pete! IIo was my hawg! Done had him senca ho was a leetle pig, and now ho got away. Yo' seen him?" "No, I haven't," said the editor, gravely; "but I am sorry for you. Nona of its l ave seen him." "Dai's talkin' liko a gemman. No low down about dat )ar. Now I go hunt my Fete wid some comfort. Lend me a chew o' snuft", and kick them brutes what wanted to insult my lost Fete." And the outraged dame hobbled awny in search of him who v as mora to her than husband, son or I rn bo..t. Di'ooc'ifil K'lii'n. A Wonderful Discovery. For the speedy cure of Consumption and all diseases that lead to it. such as stub born t oughs, neglected Colds, Bronchitis. Ilav Fever, Asihma, pain in the side and chest, dry hacking cotiph, tickling in the throat, Hoar-eness. Sore Throat, and all chronic or lini;eriii diseases ol the throat and lur.f,-, Pis. Kiso's New Discovlky has no eqml and has e-eablistied for itself a world-wide reputation. Many pleading physicians recommend and use it ill their practice. The formula from which it is prepared is highly recommended bv nil medical journals". The clergy nnd the press have complimented jt in the most glowing terms. Go to your druggist and get a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1. For sale by SEYBERT & CO declGnovl8-81chw Two Brave Little Girls. A long time ago, in tho Indian coun try, two little girls slipped away from the fort and went down into a hollow to pick berries. It was Emmy, a girl of 7 years, aud Bessie, her sister, not yet. 6. All at once tho sun flashed on some thing bright, and Enirny knew that tho pretty painted things she had seen crawling among tho bushes niU3t bo hostile Indians, with gleaming weapons in their hands. She did not cry out or in any way let them know she had seen them. But she looked all about, saiy that some of tho creeping Indiana al ready were bct.weou her and tho fort, and went on picking berries a? before. Soon she called aloud to lSessiO, Willi a steady: "Don't you think it's going ti rain?" So they both turned and walked toward tha fort. Th "V r -ached tho tall gra-s, and suddenly Eraru.' dropps 1 to the around, pulling down Bess'e, too. "What are you looking for? ' aske 1 tho little si-ter, in surprisa. Then E nmy whispered to Bessie, and both of them stole .silently and quickly on hands and kneel through tho Ion; grass until they came t the road, when they started up ran swiftly to the fort, dashed through the entrance, and ha I the gate safeiv closed b diiitd them. Tho girls are quite old now, but tliey remember very well ilia day t'c y saved themselves, the fort which their father commanded, and tiia so'diers, and the other people in i'. ! esi 'e-. 6't. JTic'ai'its. Henry's Carbolic Salve Is the be:-t salve for Cuts, Bruises, Sores. L'lcars, Salt Kiieitia, Tetter, Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Corns and all kinds of i-'Lin Eruptions. Freckles and Pimples. (;-t Hfxry's Cakbolic Salve, as all oth ers are counterfeits. Price 2-5 cents. Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters ler Ts the best rt uiedv, tor Dyspepsia, Bilious ness, Malaria, Indigestion, and diseases of Blood, Kidneys, Liver, Skin, etc. Purno s Catakkii Ski ff cures all af fections of the loucoliK membrane of the l.i:id and tliio.il. Dr. Mott's Livee Pills are the best Cathartic KeKtilators. juiio'Jchg WE The Evils of Early Rising. John Quiocy Adams and Josiab Q'tiney Adams, Sr., were enthusiastic advocates of early rising. They prac ticed it in boyhood, and attributed it to their vigor in old age. Judgo Story, who was an intimate friend, loved dear ly a good morning nap, and their op posite opinions often gave rise to sharp and witty discus-ions. On o o occa sion, when the two eminent men had dined with the Judge, ho invited them to accompany him to tho law school in Cambridge, where ho was to deliver a lecture. Ho invito I the ev-presid"nt to talk to the students, and Mr. Adams made interesting p-actical remarks. touching, atnoiiotiicr things, on his favorite topic m early rising. Tho Judge went on with his lecture. The afternoon was hot and the lecture room close, and to.vnrd the close of the lec ture ho noticed that the class were nodding nod smiling to each other. Looking lirst on his right hand and thou on his left ha diseovored the se cret of their me.rrimoiit, for both of tho distinguished visitors were asleep and nodding. IIo could not resist thatempt at on to add a postscript to his lecture. "Young gentlemen, I call your atten tion to the visible proofs of the evils of eariv risin'r." The loud laugh that fo lowed a-.voko the gentlemen, but they did not, understand tho joke that caused it. - - w aatM.'Jg -uii wuu.JU--v?-.,JiftT .Miwnrzsmsa TERRIBLE ACCIDENT NECESSITATING A SURGICAL OPERATION- LOVING MOTHER ATTEMPTS TO TAKE PAIR OF SHEARS FROM HER CHILD. PARENTS, BE CAREFUL. -mnle Domestic accidents are c-iminou to won-ii, a:.d some of them are very s- rion. Mff. Warner, of South Rond'Hit, I'lsfer Co., X. Y., Bomr weekr ego attempted to take fr;:n her child a pn'trof shears with which it wa playing. A plight strn?s:!e c:i Baed, in which the point f thesh ara entered Mrs. Warner's left ejv entirely de-troving tho aiffht. ! Her family pl ys:(-:au did w hat he could, but in tensely paint;; infl-tmination arose, w!:ich,hy sym pathy, threatened the loss of the other eye. Total blindness to a woman bavin; the care of a house hold is an irrifrievuh:u cal.tmity. in f ti t - Ptr.iir Vrs.W applied to the well -ki.nu n and Fkidtfiii Surgeon, 1 r. Iavid Kennedy, of Hondoiit, X. Y who remtiicd the injured eye by a H'iccusMl opsraiion. prttin apide a!i danger of further harm to the siL'ht of the other eye. But, owin to pain and mental distress, her ytem needed a Untie and restorative medirine. To do this work the poet or prf-e, i!cd Mi.eniiC.lv 'a Kavo: it- Rm'dy," which PWHtai'ied if- repiitaiion aid laid a Mire fotmn-itioii ot ii"?iMh. Dr. K'-int' 1 V'I'avoiite Remedy" remove- all hn purifies frt:u thr Mood, refill. ite- the Liver and Kirinevs. Cuies Constipation, aud, all diseases -i ,.ui-,,...-..e. eiili'ir m liti')h.L Tf la Air mtiIa by oiloTTT dnri,i: t ape ioMax.a onw. The Jim Jams. A e irrespondent of the New York M'iril telis ailabtur the sensation pro duced bv j tn-j anis. T ,is is the way he tackles tho siibj.-e'. "Dali iuni tremen-! S:i ikes! Jim-jams! Ye-, l'va had touches of them. You want to know how it feels? I'll tall you. Y ui have been drunk maybe a week, maybe more. At last liq tor co tses to excite, braca up "f trnnquiiiz". You drink half-pint of I r.iu-h. I; has co mora effect than so in ;c'i waloj-. Tlien you ate close on t' a horrors. F: ! won't help you, y ur stomav-'i rejects it. Now your punishment com nances. You can't sleep. You are weary. Oh, so weary, but there is no rest. You aro tired of thinking, yet the brain will think. You lie down, drop into a dozo for a moment, and waka up wit i a shock, as if touched by an electric wire. You are covered with perspiration. You got up and walk the room, .streets walk, walk, and then fling yourself down, praying for a few minute's sleep. All this for days, with pooplo about vou, and through nights. But no Chinese torturer employed in keeping some miserable criminal awake until ha dies, was over mora full of vigilance than your abused norves. Dreads indescribable soiza upon you. Your hands have a sensation of being of enormous sir. . They do not look it. Tlicv foci it. Your head in liko man ner feels as if enormously pulled out. Then your breath comes spasmodical ly; hot Hashes strike at the region of the heart; all the blood seems to rush in that direction, and you 'ight aimless ly tor life and expect to fall dead. This is tho commencement of the horrors. Now you are tixad for seeing rats and snakei and vermin. Nervous Headache.Periodiral Hcadnch Neuralgic Headache, are cured by Dr. Mew tHur's Hendiiche nnd Dvspepia Pilis, Pric 2.1 cents. splw4rco Women and Drugs. A naughty writer in the Boston Transcript says: "Women are fond of bein.g ill and taking medicine. They would bo angry if a physician should say to them: "Nothing ails you, mad am, if you only think so." Tnoy pre fer to think themselves sick, and in time really become so, for nature, though she struggles hard, cannot stamT everything. Too many drngs will finally destroy her healitig power. These people love to havo a littlo box of white pills in bottles, and a littlo book, all kept in some handy placo, so that when a friond who has oaten loo much dinner says: 'Oh, I am fearfully nervous!' they may run for the little book, look for 'nervousness,1 and ad minister so many pills of bryonia. When they have" a headache, instead of dieting or eating moro moderately, they take several drops of some nica poison. Their children catch a slight c d t and are immediately shut up in a close room and dosed with aconite and belladonna, in the meanwhile taking their usual nourishment of mince-pie, doughnuts, etc. Tiie doctor comes, smiles, teds a story, leaves mora drops of aconite and belladonna iu a tumbler, and, after a while, nature being benef icent, the children get well." Invigorating Food for the Brain and Nerves Is what we need n these days of rush aud worry. Parker's Ginger Tonic restores the vital energies, and restores good health quicker than anytuiugyou can use. Trib une. Seejudv. sep8w4 -o How an Albany Reporter Felt. He felt like a small Vesuvius and the hot springs of Arkansas combined. In a broken mirror upon the wall ho ap pealed like a fountain of molten b' ass. Streams of perspiration playfully poured down tho ceases of his gar ments and percolated through tho cano seat of his chair to the floor, where they formed puddles in which cock roaches in search of a sea brcezo nav igated, on rafts built of paper para graphs which had not been otherwise util zed becauso of tho peirofac'.ion of his pot of paste by the heat. In va n he endeavored to write. As fast as he put a point on his pencil and brought it to an angle approximating the perpen dicular the lead would molt, slip out of its wooden overcoat, aud forming it self into minute globules, would run down the desk, leap to the floor and bury itself in tho puddles of per spiration with seething Irisses. The boiling ink in a bronze stand emitted a sickening odor, and great beads of rusty sweat stood out upon the blades of a pair of scissors like pimples on the face of a collega freshman. In deso dr the reporter grasped a volumo of Dr. Kane's Arctic explorations, and mentally wallowed in its freezing de scriptions. Does your child cry out in its sleep and waken with set teeth and staring eyes? It may not have worms but one doe of Df.k ig's WonM Syki-p will relieve it and bring quiet sleep. 25 cents a bottle. sepl5vr2 , THE GREAT GKlfJ OURE. Infallibly Cures Itching and Scaly Diseases, Scrofulous Humors, Ulcers, Cld Sores and Mer curial Affections when ail other Human Agencies fail. TflECUTICrRA TREATMENT, for the cure of fkin. Scalp nnd Blood Dicease'', coimist in the iuiern;il ue of Cuticnra Resolvent, the new bl.-od purifler, and the extern r1 use of Cuticnra and Cu ticnra Soap, the Oreut fekim Cures. For "unburn, tnn and greasy skin, utfi Cuticnra Soap, an exquisite toilet, bath, and imrwry sanit tirt f ratrunt with the delicious flower odor and heating bftiHan.s. 5r KIIKIJM. Will McDonald. -M- Dearborn St., Chicago, jjrfiiefnliv nckuow (cik-vs a cure of Salt liheum on iiem), neck, face, arm and lec. for 17 years ; not nble lo wi;!k except on h::ni-- au'J kiitf-' tor oin" year; nol ubio to heh hiinst'!t; tor eight years; tried hundred: of icmeriitt4 ; di-ciorn pronounced his cast: hopeien- ; piTiimuwut ly cured by the Cuticnra RiMiie-iirs. rf. E. Curpe titer, E-q., Ilr'der.on, N. V., cured ot lioriai! or Le;;ro-y, of 2' year i'Miiding. b? Culirura lietoht-nt iiitri Dally ami Cuticur. and Cuticnra Soap extern-uly. The moat wonderful cse-e on record. Cure certified to before a j-istice of the peace and prominent citizens. All afflicted with itchinj; and ncaly (li-'eanee should send to ui foi tlii.-' testimonial ia full. F. H- Irake, Esq , Detroit, Mi-h., untfered be yond till dfv-eriptioii. from a pkin rii-eatf which ap-pe.-in-don hi h-i'ids, head and face, and m-arly de-r'troyed hi? cyr. The niost carefu! d -loria failed to ln-!p hint, and afier all had failed he ued tin-Cuticnra Kenolvenl iutm iiiiliy, Cnticuia and Cuiifira Sop externuily, and was cured, and has rem in;;d prf-ciiy wi-d to tlii- d:iy. si not ll'-n. Win. Taylor, lio-t n, iaya : "Aftrsr t):r.e moiMh-' ue ot the Cnt intra li-i;ieriic!t, uid 13 yer.rs f a con?:i't "Uiferinji irotu hutaor ot the face, neck and scalp a- was ever i-ndure-1, I cau say that I am cured, and pronounce my cue ihe DHiHt remat kit'de on record. 1 h-ive been ao l:itel with my pucct-."? rhat i nave htopped men on t street who wer- alllicted aud told them to jret the Cuticara Remedies and they would cure them. SKIX 19 UNO KM. Mrs. S. E. Whipple, Decatur, Mich., writes that her (ai e, licad and some parts of her body were almost rai. Read cuerd with scabs and sores. tfuilWed fearfullv find tried cvvrytuiug. Perma nently cured byCuticQra Kiimed:3, LXTTI UIS 4. Cuticnra Remedies are for sale by all druggists. Price of Cuticnra, a Medicinal Jidly, muhP tHxes ."inc.; large boxes, f 1. Curie -ra Resolvent, the new Blood Purifier. $i per b UW. Cuticnra Medicinal Toilet Soap, '2 -c. Cuticnra Medicinal Shaving Soap, l'c; in burs tor barberd and large consum ers, SOc. Prinripal depos W EEKS & POTTER, Roston, Mass. W All mailed free on receipt of price. .Ml fRi- One Collina' Voltaic K'ec ,rjf. j jater, costing 5 cts. VnPTAir off nrrntia'4 1 ir "Pior to every oth UUA1C jtUtlBitf,. ejMctiicul anpiiance be- ISlt stauily nd.ev.! Jj;fpeps!a, Liver CoinpiMint, Malaria, Fever and Akiio, aui Kidney and Urinary Difficulties, and may be worn over the pit of the stomach, otct the kidneys, and or huv, yiUcicd part. Price i5 oen. Sold eTery-whtr-f'. H'FfK Pott if?, BoMiruf Mural J vm airtil! 1 mm BiHlrmu tnun aenr.il dt biilt y to deatonw to mm. A TBcailon of A month did not Rive me mu.-h rolicf. but on tii coi:rrn'y. w:trt r.;low. d by kireodprotrtlonandBinklnKctiili9. Atthtstime I bek-nn the dso of ymrr ' now Tovic, fi..:n whi. ti I m iicMl almovt iftimediate and wonderful noH. Thn'd enenry r,-turr-ed and I f.t'iPd thnt vS nntura! force uko(MnsADDt-ly abated. 1 hiiTo ued tbrne bcttlea of the Tome. Smco usini; it I have dn:.! iwi thti la far that lererdld in t-be Mine time durin my tllne!, pnd with dmiM th t.w. Vith tn- tmnquil nerve knTteorof body, haa come nltw a clearnessof thought novr bfnrv enjoyed. lfth 1 .mic hn9 v. aoue tho Inrk.TknM not what. 1 dive it thcwdir. .1. H. WTf r--r rb.an Chnrch. Troy. O. work. Iknn DOtwliat. Itfivoli Thm Jrmt Tonic im n Inklf mf iron. Prrtt- mitm Bark, mil MTinm- a pHJUM. MMnnirn I ArwmatirM. It irrtM Mwr, purpmme wew a VtanM im MMMtATV.i I 4r M3f mf ST Si f J fW FH Ft? MAMfMTIKI II THt OR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., HO. 213 MAIN STREET, ST. UlilS- ty ji JE-H0S-API1AT The "Dead Hoss" Season has arrived, and KIBLER -ARE SELLING- FAMOUS FERTILIZERS IF YOU WANT THE BEST BUY HO OTHER. Testimonials from many of llie leading Farmer my it is t lie uiol reliable. Certificate of State Inspector allows it to lie far nliore tl.ei-tamiarii required by law. Faraer's F AfJD PLAn OLLS, Monarch Grain Drills! With Detachab!e One-Horse ALL FOR 1 - WEBSTER Mm WAGOMS IiY - SUE e Ssa The Bed Anvil -TIT nT ,RTRORO. O. aul?m2 That we lac Hie bot A.-uovio 'tit ;.f fa he found ii; the T. mv::. Models of Doors, Mantels, Vsrandahs, etc-, Kntiraly Me and Origiiml iu Stjl, fr.nn our own Drawing, tei-!lur iia a Svle "f New in Peaign, from Orljinal Sketches', diftwent from 4ny:liina evr I r r '-u"--J InlothW market. We have the Must Complete Machinery Adtp-ed to mir Line i.f !' :?ine". to :. Found in this County. Eunkiin? ii" to Fill frderw iiU H.-t-ter Sati.-frr.-tion to uur Cii-t'-iiiern, .:A more Promplly tliaii auy oiher Mill iu this W;..;ty. Via al?o Keep oa IIhii I a fi;! A-.-xfliaeiit :): Lumber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, etc., 1'ioposlug to soil aa low as the name Quality of VorL:aausl.ip and Material i-au lie furtii.-l"-l Kbenh-.re. Nos 4o, 42 & 44 Met h West St.. near Narrow C auge D- po , mioti22 iiiL:; tK's oiiio. FEW MARBLE GRANITE WORKS AlA IP- Foreign ana American Granites JVX VEBY LOV PBICEc,!. fall and ice u before purcllai'ar. t-Satiifact:on snaianteed. Hanlon & L e in o n. r"Mr. J AM KS STOCK WE(.I. i nor'l'r ivelia: A TRUE .1 A PERFECT STRE?4STi-5n;R.A IRON" EITTEKS ar i.:.:-'y r.v:.ti!115-:v!e;l .of ail ..w:-:y -qnirin? a certa:- and clKcient tOu . .---f i? '-'-. '.";" mUUKtf.-Krs, Went of Appetite. J...v tf art:.?!-..!.-!--,; ,.J Mer;,:;, . f. ''". the blood, strenKilit; '' ' "'w .'."V li !'"' n"rvt'v ; i like a diunn on liw tl.-i 'T?..tr.s, rf-.i.ovint, tt.l .lysjtetic ryi: ;., J M TU the Fond. J,l,.!,i-J, U.-t i: . . "v'.,-;,. . Ji'i Oii.j, I Iron iVoparation tliat vlll f.c - u K. u u tC'.-M - ?..-. j headache. Hold by all druscUa. V( rite tur ts-e A i U - o. j useful and aiutisin? n-adin;f s-ni J, EKOWX ClIEICAIi CO., j;a!tiiorr-, Wo) HfWthJ LJ Li U IJ LJbi -x j ft-hVryi"tw4 is- Itnenttcrl bu if mfdi-l irat profMon, for I I ftMm. IVant of Vital- I ! itu. Xrrroum frofttrn- ccncrfi-atn fvera.Ar.b stlctl Krt t-xt'nr tf.itt mT lnb-7 WHi erre' dinp! 7 UHf- mm y I a i r- at a mm & EVAIS riend Fertilizer Fertilizer Box. Grai SALE AT- &s fair GumIi ;4 Zlt 33 3 Hardware Store, J2 m n Drills, V return oi.r thinks tit tiie puMic f-r their libera! j:i.rti -j In the lat vt'jir, rui dk r-tiitiniutiiri' ni rli" fume. Wcolit.ra; :a(!v retl'iceei priasa!! kiinihtif American and Italian Marbls 3 And Cos: i U iq Work -Al-S'-l- Saies:un. IQiilO SUHE RSVlVfHj 't v i M ' ..:: who is u?.acva;t?o vir, "ovramt of i ; 1 f i. U G f- - V ft 5 1 : : THIS 'APt 1 M AT i g EIS(.J :.(-ri,.vo .. ..'.:- . ,.5C!j!'-i".i ..XrrJ-.r.r:tV J V-V'u? "'"i' ' ' '.''A .,.-'1 -3r-rxXS Is Tho Crca-: C:-t-..-..t!:r; un. 1:, :"ain lii" '.i- fro'! ; r,).1 ' ' !:!:.:. luiMM ;:ir .::,! .':.:. i :....-. -. i.:. !.. im --). .i... 'i'". v.---- "" i ;: rl v. lu'.v.u i.lf. -; H ' ' . ' 1 l.es t,V..tiri:M !.: .vu:t, tie. anil v-it ?l m i :i !.;:r"-.Ium-tio:i io : . -ma: J : ' . -.'i. ' ;' M-:e tt.iih;::-.'!on. l r. r'.r: ht '- tvntrivili- I'niiwi'iii. 1 ti-!i-:. : ' ' rm. Le-v:ivii:th. At I I : 'i : Waiini:-""ii l.-Sieon: n-y. 'ik.f--. viiiei K-o'vaUto 1-ai :.: et"n, r.iai li-ispoi:, Ir..;.'e:.ii-":!. K:.M:K : ' M vi ii- I :::;:a!ii.'- ;v IVila. M . r-.. rvii'l . ii i-:--. !: n l v- ML Zia.. io e.-.-.von;:i:i: N-ivMn n-: ft Mtil.e3t..!i"l-.ai:ia-wl W'.at -rt.t: ""a-,-; llris-.vol.l ami A!i:is-:i: an-l A voea to I t arson. 1 ii n :r p-.s i --i l:i r.-ait. riii-l hiCil owns, a .-I :a a i line man l-aarrl arattl.-lird.;-r -ii-a ... lioiwwo Cinc-Ai.o !..: !'"'::: A. .-':; tufSiuMi rr. I.MVii-vi-Kiii '; Hos. TliroHKhi-nr5arf-.il mi : i:- Uri ? lt.-. anil Kaii-aa tut.v. : -Ul!l-"1! ; f.oi-k lslar..l Mi"-; l.i:;--. ' hir-.n'ii il i ..i ana ! Th- "Ureal io'ck i-.;ai..i u- ti .-vimneit. I ' roail uful i m ;-.;.y i -.' .--.'n'!y il a: 6 is la::l itli steel l ai r. N li i 1 i-lease yon m -t will t-e the .lanr; ,.f ent mir tour meal.. tt le p--n-r "vr th--i.w.iV: tut i ram. si.f liiim.tj at..I lca. I" on.i;. i'...r iai;n:!l-:ei.i limt! i ar. In', accon.j.tny all TMoiiKli tCtpres'i Trams. ou F-t a-i r .:ue. meal a. tto.,'1 a 1. servo! ia any firhl-eL.-i l.o'.el. tor -.eventv-nve cer.IS. Hie filet t::M 1 'TI .1 '.-.Te of t'lC .rs-i.iMie J i.'iiii'i'J . in- .- Ol UH3 o..u "r- - - , . -.,., ' . . i . . i. .. ...rr...liiia it . W e Are 1. flAPO Ul III - 'ii . ? - Pl LrltAN FA T.ArB CAKS ri ran UchotA via till. Lino, known . Iho ill Tick.it Acnt io the I mied states uounce ir:r.t in s i u:iiwi:r mu i u r. . CO all ...f..H....O..n w..t .l.tjiiii.v il HI Tl. flAI5I.K. Vk. Prtudsiil and Gsn.ra' Mii-. SOrl tvl Parker's Kair Balsam. An clfar:i, agreeable Hair Dressing that Never Fails Io Restore Gray or Faded Hiir to its Youthful CoW. 50c. and $1 sizes. feV!-v": V 1 ?s.- i.f - - 1 r.i-o-. tho East and tha West! - - -. m r -r -;i.--i':ti? t-arpov-i. arnl fames i' ; . i, t t,r ' is:;i J p'lrp'i-e. Oil! Y. On-otrer K'l.it f ii. e ..f uur r:a.-el'ar -.3 iJMi HilMJ V !.- " ' . 1: re Von c an el. Joy your - iiavaaa" ii a.i iji.i- . f It-e day. . . M...-' i : --a T.? Ule span the ?a .3s:5:pri .;..,..;r: r v.-is it a.i r-foi.ts er.w..e.l l.r tins i"ie .in. i i :' ;i - ' are av j"lei at C'miik'iI 111 i iris, ha'-.' 10"--. -'iv-frt h ai.tt A :elil30IL tun- I'--.':-.. ! luoi'.j rii.Tle .a i nioli )ep..I5. T;.i- "i i:o iT'oil K. IS. connection of tlii irre.tt 'rli.-ouuii Linfiiie ai follow": Ail k ao. w :u all it.veruoig lines lor the ! i'-'vii.EwiIi'-.n. vi :tb the L.S. 4 M.S.. and P, Ti v; - c. R. ii.:?. A' WaSUISUlOS HEI3HT9. witi P.. C. 4SL L. i: v.. At i-A 5ut with HI. Cent. R. R. A; !':.,:, ia with f V. AJ-.f I'. & E.;!. B. v in m o.: ana X. V. W RJ. , At Ko.-K 1I and. with -Milwiiikfeand Rnek I, .Mli .. i me ' and Bock Ir ". Kila. A l N.ivtvi'nsT. nil a Ihe lMVeuuoi't Division ""'a! V r-'r'l iii'ekit. tecfe the B. C. R. N.R.R. A' lP:ivi-a :.. n ull Central Iowa R. It. ,t hF MHI5K v. pa H. . A V. I. K. P.. A' Col'M'lt. 1.LI'F:-J. Willi I'liioll r;o-:tlc K R. At tnui'i. v.:th U .-j Mo. K. K.K. i m N.-i.) A' Co! I Ml-4jl.-KirTIl!l.wl!h!l.-.R.N.K R. Al (it i I'm .va vv:lh Central lov. a K. K; Yt Sr I A fo- and . It and Q. P. K'ls. At K MSI t. w!'!i T-!., feo. A War : Wnh .st. Louis . par., and St. I... Ke... A N. W. k. KUi, a: C a t t Iti w o 0 1; . .-it. .J. It. ii. At rc-nsos. wth A . .i..Tjpi-l:a & Santa Fe; Aten. A Nel... and I'-n Kr. V. V. K. K is. It I.KI vl.iIYUI.TH, waa uutui.iui.Ji.u. , , f , fpT-e wifh alt llne.s for tho v est K.I , -, S.o.rhlVrtL - throniiii to PlO-'l A. I lr-i:t ItocK Island l.outo, n to PEOBIA. rK" .MOlJfES, it i tx. nr. sola DJ VOUT HUU19 I'l'lli:. O'.iuts, .a t a - - - General TlcV.t ,cd Tin.r Ar.-t. CillCAJUV iu Floreston Gclorrne A " ast FWT"ti.l Prffn-i-'. Fsi'S'SiHT. r.m-r.WK, ii.-H-'C A Cu.. S. Y. iiaifsviii. tiCYii.T7;B Tic. But- Giarer. Eaehn. iianarakp. Stillins-ia nd manv o:" ir.e rc?t n:edic:ni Known sr ct::ijined ta Parkcs's G.ngf.x Ionic ir.to 2 mc;i:ciii!S ot such mneii nr.d eiTsjnve nou-crs. is in ir.aii. .r tr:c Orca;cs: fci-cd Pur:r.'-r ar.a Kidney Corr-rc'-or auu liis Esst Hs-iith and Strength Restorer Ever Ussl I: cures r-vsncria. Hh?jrr;-;.;Tn. K?.:: z:z. S!rrp. i-jsr.e.-S-'iac: rm ci-euies c: L.,- ;:-..! .t:n'f l.;vr, L'nr.irv Ur-jir.?. Rr.d sil i cma. i tt- is. It vou ars wriSTir!-? awav w.in Cor."'.:T"n:.c:i lt any dtfeise. u-e ine I ostc to-u.iv. It vev.'. $::z.y n":p yea. K:n,.er:er! Th:s Tonic :s t::e lie-: I-":iy ..Icc: cine ercr nude, and is superior to Ei:tsrs. L.-?cn e3 cf Ginger and oiher Ton:c. as it never Inicxicat.es, sr.d cures DmnKeaness. Any dealer in drucs cr.rt supply yon sec and ir sires. Nune jenutne without signature of Hiscox & Co.. Cherr.uts. X. Y. Largs Saving in Buying the I.u-ar Size.. i ' j ; ! i i j j j j 4, Cathartic irills Lomlnne the cnoioest ratu.ir::c pntn-ii:fn in nindii'ini-, in projiortions aretirutr-'y al- jtislt'il to soi-iiro. aolivity, certainty, ami tmifi-ritii'.v of tffn-t. Thoy ar tint r stilt n! youi-.-i o! i.tremi sttniy ana liractn ai cx- pi-ri'.iit:nt, anil are tht most ciiViTr.-.tl rein- olv n-t dtJi-ovrretl for di.ea;i .s cansc.l lv ,l,.r.aii loiio-nr. of the f,: riill.lr h. liver, ami bowc-ls, wliiok renniie j'touipt ami eiiettttal tri-a'nic-iit.. Ayek's i'ii.i.s arc stioria'.iy applu-al-le to this class of dis. as: s. Tliey art directly on the digestive and assimi lative processes, and rest-vro regular healtliy action. Tlicir cstensivo use I'.v physicians in their practice, an.l ly all civilized nations, is one of the many proofs of their value as a safe, sure, and perfectly reliable purgative liii'inciiie. L'enif; compounded of tiie concentrated virtues of purely vesretalile su'istancrs, tlicv aro positively free from calomel or any" injurious properties, and can lie admin istered to children tvith perfect safety. Aim's Pit.i.s are an effectual cure for Constipation op Cosiivcness, Indiges tion, 5)yspepsia, I-os3 of Appetite, Foul Stoitiacli and Brcatn, "Dizziness, Headache, Loss of Memory, Numbness, Biliousness j Jaundice, Kheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, Tumors, Worms, "Neuralgia, Colic, Gripes, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gout, Files, Disorders of tho Liver, and all other diseases resulting from a disordered state of the digestive apparatus. As a Dinner Till they have no duial. TThile centle in their action, these PitM re 'the most thorough and searchinsrathar- that can he employed, and never give pain tinlese) the bowels aro iativ.ued. and then their influence is healing. They stimur late the appetite and digestive organs; they operate to purify and enrich the blood, and impart renewed health and vigor to the whole svsteui. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Si Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Loweil, Mass. gOLO BT ALL DBL'GGISTS EVEllYWnEKS. AS )SIA" " 15 (' iTi'.il C'J'iS-j ki ro-vsr-i,'!!1). ; Wicn '.'a:n '''' i". :;i 'Oi' .'. r. i.-: , a til-: lii-li:- ii i. . ': i", I e :i. ..- lie ill'.- I'.lA'le :l p i "l.-e.-l I I'll ;V cilil ol c'll! 11 HI :it 1 ill. ::i : hi' cnuntry ami eui vi -i '" -1' ": :'. ilel:ii r,-vj;;;;i 7,;;:i:n':Vor-r'.; ''r;';K, ii:;;; ll'liv divert llli-l :ec..:.; t'.'f: Cent sfit:li- to Tic." e; ClireM NiLr'!t S.v -:t N i::- wi :! lire it: ii'i a t r -!: e.,i : Cr lud.ic-K ,fc i'ii.. i-'U It. Pj., imiui..). tl. is :i.atjjr. ei: . v a :r.,ei -.:- oj lit v.. unrea Vi 4 lllf c.in. ........A..-', (-.""i-'l-t- :- J fcf en.-! bv I u.i f t';y t. r- tei. ntrovernim- jl f-1 T.--1- ('-.".J .n. -ul ' mi 1-t v."i 11. tA res- fl ti t. li'ilA---'-a! u ,e ij t...ciiTutu.i-1-veana ft H hc Cittoro. ,M,HopB. J f r- m r ny in- ; 1 i; , - , i y 1 .in-- i:iai ! 'i i -i .;u:rr, su:'.' t.;'a- irnra 1 A r,e :' , ir.i. die an i v I ; e 1:1 fcOUie ..." .; m.rt ti A'". 1, I .1UU-1 G a ' ni. -ir ii.eof fl HopSittors i .a Kidney iii'-r .r I ie" v.: .'-.. .-.it i i -"-- 'J t 1 1: e r. O ij Jit BittOii. fl r-v - -a "'A-vL-r.v o, I. C. sy.r.'.l' . tJ .;r.A--,A"' .''- : r; ;.Ss,,ie'a il !;'.v-;; no? pm:BM U iiiA.-".'"iA A., y..,. c: eiiiim! f.l f.v Yon v-ttl :.. i r-Trrr-? I .. ii;i .-o , or enieJif-. .-.niM-i ; 1;i; ! ,i i -;ai-eai.e.s. 1 j.; If T.'in-r-'m-: . ffl.,- . . n VLZ:u:l ::VE': y ej iti it muy, , , . i ' u:r rnTZ23 ti fi life, it hss, 1 1 I L a - r d A paved bun- . iVn ric.ir, . 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