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ml nil rifulou illni', "orrs, Erjsit- I. i., Kciriiia. Illolrhes. ltllisrwonn. Tu rners. rbaclr. Hulls. "! Krnptlmi i.f Iho Kkln, are tin ilircrt rr.ult vl mi 'In cure tliese douses the blood must be ..trlnV.I, and rpKlor.tl to a ln-Kltby A ml na turnl wii'Htlon. Avkh'h Samsapahu.la has jnr over forty years been recognized by enil n.'ut medical authoritii the most pow erful blood pur filer In evidence. It free the yxteui trout nil foul humor, enrlcho mid ltrvngtheiiff the bhxxl, rt-mores mil tracei of inurrurial treatment, iiud prow line If a iumplt iuitntcr of alt rcritulmn tlcrisea, A Kircrnt Cure of Krrofttlonn Korea. "Nnin months auo I M troubled with ordulUft sore (.nhrr. on my 1kk. The Ittnt wvni hally two) It'll mid inflamed, ami th sormi lilnrtfrd l:iri u;iiititit'ti of oil 'Motive iimlttT. hvi'iv remedy 1 tried UiitMt, until 1 uetnl Avku'ii S A uha I A mi -I. A, ol whirl. I have now tiiken threw botllet, with the r wui It that th norep are heal to, ami my general hen.llli greatly improved, I fel very grateful for the good your DMMlicine hu doiip nip. Ynrs rN'iiutly. MRt Ann O'Riuan.' Hh Sullivan M., Sew York, June 4, It.'. I P' All proim InterwHtrd ar Invited It mil oti Mm. O'lf riaii ; nlun upon tin Kev 7.. 1 Wilds of 7H Kant 04th Wwl, Nw 1 orlt City wild will take plea mi re In testifying to the wimderfiil f fHeney of Aver fearanparllla, nut only lit the rnre ol thin lady, nut In hi own - and many other within hit knowledge. 1 he well-known trritevun the liofton A rtltl, II. W. Uali., of Itwhvtttr, A.., writer, .lime " HiiTine ilTerM everely for TV-me yeni- with F.rzmiia. and hAviiiK titled to Hud relief troinotbor remedies, 1 hitvc made us, during the put three months, of Avk.h'h S a ksa p a Kiui.l, which ha e fleeted a cnmiittt cure. I conwiihr It a iiiaginltoent reuietly tor all blood disease)." Ayer'sSarsaparilla stimulates anil regulates the nction of tlie UiKestlvs and assimilative organs, renews mul strengthens the Tltul forces, atul speeilily mres Hheuinatlsui, Neuralgia, Klieuma tic Gout, Catarrh, Ornrral Ix blllty, hii.I all ilUousu arising from n lintMiTtTitihpil or corrupted condition of the blood, and a weak ened rltality. It Is liicomparably the cheapest blood medi cine, on aooouut of Us concentrated strength, and great power over disease. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price SI, ii bottles for ii. In a Wisconsin town, where roller skating is one of the most popular of amusements, the young people have petitioned the proprietors of the rink to pad the floor of the hall. The popularity of the amusement must be much greater than the skill with which it is practiced. I. P. Dukchart, 8apt. of B. 4 O. 11. K. Co.'s Hotels, (con ductor on the Baltimore and Ohio liailroad for 88 years, and previously a druggist,) ntea: '(Juniberland, Md., Dec. 17, : I have used but one bottle of Peruua be tween myself and- son. He hud diphllie ritic sore throat, and in now well. As for myself, it has entirely relieved the dullness Id my head, which has been of long stand log the result of chronic malaria. I never took anything in my life that cave me such great aatufaction. My wife is now taking it also." Ask your druggist for the "Ills of Life," and how to cure them a book. A coin found at Taylorsville, 111., bears the inscription of an Emperor of Rome in the year 234. Its reverse side reads, "To the genius of Caesar." The discoverer wishes that the fact be made known, the coin having been found twenty-five feet below the surface. lliicklen'o Arnica Salve. The best naive in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and ail kinds of bkin Eruptions. This Halve is guaranteed to give perfect aatisfaotion lu every case, or money re. funded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by beybert z Co. novS'jyl Horse bills printed promptly and in the beat 01 Buyie at tout omce. n e iiave a variety or ex cellent cuts adapted to such work. NEUTRALIZED. In what a Prevalent Evil may be Shorn of its Power to Harm. Malaria is a broad name for many dls- eiii.p-1 all originating in blood poisoning. Bilious fever, the typhus and typhoid fevers, and chills and fever are prominent members of the family. Malaria defies alike the builders, the plumbers and the physicinus. Despairing of ordinary treat ment, the latter almost unanimously rec ommend Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster as the greatest anti-malarial specific of the age. These plasters act upon the liver, spleen, bowels and kidneys. ' Worn over the region of the liver, and upon the bac k over the kidneys, they ward off malaria like an armor. No other plas ters do this. When you purchase, satisfy yourself that the word capciue is cnt in the center of the plaster. Seabury A Johnson, Chemists, New York. Highest awards at International Eiposi tions. April An Illinois judge has decided that the directors of an insolvent bank are personally liable for the bank's debts to depositors, on the ground that it is their business to know its condition.- Such sensible law as that ought to stand, though it will relieve the office of bank director somewhat of its ornamental character. A Genuine Tonic. Irou and calisaya bark in proper combi nation with the phosphates, have long been regarded as the purest remedial agent for dyspepsia, general debility, and the long train of ills that follow a weakened physical nature. Dr. Harter'a Iron Tonic has proven the superior value of such a combi nation. It is a remedy that has come into general use for the troubles indicated, and no prominent druggist throughout the country is without it, so wide spread is the public demand for it. Iron of itself and calisnva bark as well the two great spe cifics so much nsed are very disagreeable medicines to take, and physicians often dis like to give them. In Dr. Harters Ionic they are combined in a palatable prepara tion, and one that does away with the need of doctor's prescriptions and doctor's bills for a large class of diseases that afflict the human family. Etiquette requires that the Queen's amanuensis shall stand while writing letters at her Majesty's dictation, and it is said that the poor bed chamber woman sometimes passes hours together in writing at an up right desk when her Majesty happens to' be in an epistolary mood. A Free Acknowledgment. I hereby certify that I habitually use Dr. Kennedy's "Favorite Remedy" in my fami ly in all thoBe cases in which a domestic medicine is needed, and that it has never yet failed to accomplish the purpose do sired. We look upon it as an anchor to windward that is sure to hold in every in stance mentioned on the Doctor's bill of particulars. I make this acknowledgment freely in hope of doing good to others, feeling that a medicine that is near at hand and to be implicitly trusted is worth more man it costs. Kev. ti. O. r.sray, Formerly Associate Editor Kondout Free man. BP4W4 A new style of begging has been introduced by a Pittsburg woman, who goes frm restaurant to restau rant, and from saloon to saloon, try ing to sell her child for Ji. The persons to whom she appeals nat urally think her in great distress and give her money, but refuse to take the child. Easily Tboven. It is easily proven that malarial fevers, constipation, torpidity of the liver and kidueys, general debility, ner vousness, and neuralgic ailments yield readily to this great disease conqueror, Hop Bitters. It repairs the ravages of disease by converting the food into rich blood, and it gives new life and vigor to the aged and . infirm always. maniHw'J fr f"( Atyr WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THI CEOORAPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, KB BIT KXAMININO THIS MAP, THAT THB h vSlj necs-It 2fw niA'r ;frrV Mil 'H Chicago. Hock Island & Pacific R'y, Bwasi the Croat Central Line, afford to traveler, by rem ton or Ite unrivaled sreo irarleal aeeitlon, the shortest and beet route between the Caet, Northeast ana) teuthaaet, and the West, Northwest and Southwest. It le literallr and etrletlr true, that Ite oonneotlone are all of the prlnelpal line er rc.e between the Atlantic o..d the PaolrM. tr Ite main line and branches It reaohea Chicago, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa, ta S ills, Oeneaes, Molina and Rook Island, In Illinois Davenport, Mueoatlne, ssriinton, Keokuk, stnosvllle, Oekalooaa, Falrrieid, Dee Moines, West Liberty, .lows Cutjr, Atlantic Avooa. Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Center and Council Bluffs, , In l"i t Callatln, Trenton, Cameron and Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven t i a 'i J Atonieon In Kansas, and the hundreda of cities, villagee and towna ate. The AT HOCK ICLAftlD ROUTE," l (umlllarly called, offere to travelers all the advantasee and comforts eieoi t t a smooth track, eafe bridges. Union Denote at all connecting points, t preen Trains, composed of OUMMOOIOUS, WILL VCNTILATKU, WELL ti , HjrLY UeMOllTISEO and BLKOANT DAY COACHS8 a line of the , niPICiHT H0HT04 RCOLININQ CrtAIR CARS ever built PULLMAN'S 1 1 . ..ned and handsomeet PALACS SLKKPINO CARS, and DINIHO CARS s. .nowleded by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANT 4 frit cousTSf, and In whloh eucerlor meals are served to travelers at I rnte of SCVKNTY-'IVC CENTS EACH. ( TRAINS aaoh way between CHICAGO and the MISSOURI RIVER. trains eacn way between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL, 1..0 Umows ALDEriT LEA ROUTE. . A and Direct Lino, via nca an KankakM. has raoantiy tan opened, 4 r -fi iWwport 9tmm, Richmond Cinolnnatlv Indtanapoiia and La f tf ett. , jnoil lstuftv t. Paul, Mlnneapolia and lntermdiat points. . All Inrough fmmmnmrm oarrled on fmmt lixpreaa Trains, ' f yr moro detailed (nvormatlon. Maps and Foldff whon may obtained, as ' . .. ? tAMts, at all principal TltAst Orrtues in ths United States and Canada, ur o0 , : r-"'.IT,. C. ST.JOHfl, , - , I av Cni Mtihae, , Cen'l T't r'r Asr WILL AYER'S Hair Yigor retdoret), with the Klom and fretdmeu ot youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich brown color, or deep black, hi may be delrd. Ity its una light or red hair may be darkened, this hair thickened, and baldnew often, 1 though not always, cured. It checks falling of the hair, and tlmu latet a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It prerenU and cures scurf and dandruff, and heals nearly every disease peculiar to the scalp. As a Ladles' Hair Dressing, ths Vioor Is unequalled ; It contains neither oil nor dye, rendors ths hair soft, glossy, and sllkon in appearance, and Imparts a delicate, agreeable, and lasting perfume. Ma. C. P. nnicHER writes from Kirby, O.. July 3, iHK'i ; jwt fall my hnir eonnnenoed falling out, and in a short time I twame nearly bald. I uwd part of a bottle of A y Kit's Hair Vigor, which stopped the fall ing of the hair, and Mar Km! a new growth. I have now a full head of hair growing vigor ously, and am conrlnced tlmt but for the ne of your preparation I should bars been entirely bald." J. W. Bowks, proprietor of the McArthur Ohio) Knquirer. says : ' Avkr's Hair Vhior ts a most excellent preparation for ths hair. I speak of It from my own eiperionoe. Its une promotes the growth of new hair, and makes It glfey and soft. The Vioor Is also a sure cure for dandruff. Not within my knowledge has the preparation ever failed to give entire satisfaction." Mr. A nor Faikba.r. leader of the clehratnd M Fatrbairn Family" of Scottish Vocalists, writes from Honton, Ma$:t Feb. 6, 1SK0: Kver since my hair bean to give sil very evidence of the change which fleeting time procureth, I have used A ykr'h Hair Vioor, and so have been able to maintain an appearance of yoiithfulness a matter of comiaerable consequence to ministers, ora tors, actors, and lu fact every one who lives lu the eyes of the public." Mrs. O. A. Prehcott, writing from 18 Kim St.. ( nrUtottnt Mats., April 14, says : " Two yar SLg'i about two-thirds of my hair came oft. It thinned verv rapidly, and I was fast growing bald. On uttiug Avkr's Hair Vioor the railing stopped and a new growth commenced, and in about a month my head was completely covered with short hair. It has continued to grow, and is now as good as before it fell. 1 THgularlyused but one bottle of the Vioob, but now use It occasionally as a dressing." We have hundreds of similar testimonials to ths efficacy of Ayer's Hair Vigor. It needs but a trial to convince ths most skepti cal of lu value. PIIKPARED BY Dr.J. C.Ayer&Co. .Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. One of the youngest married couples on record was seen at Castle Garden a few days ago. The hus band was seventeen and the wife sixteen years of age, and they had two children of their own. They from Well Rewarded. A liberal reward will be raid to any party who will produce a case of liver, kidney or stomach complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily cure. Bring them along, it will cost you nothing for the medicine if it fails to cure, and yon will be wall rewarded for your tronble besides. All blood dis eases, biliousness, jaundice, constipation, and general debility are quickly enred. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Price only fifty cents per bottle. For sale by Seybert 4 Co. The latest statistics show that seven women to every ten rrwn are arrested for drunkenness in England. This is a fearfully large proportion, and forms a sad commentary upon the habits of English women. Every one afflicted with catarrh, cold in the head, hay fever, ko., should resort to i-lj'i Cream Balm. Many cures have been made among my customers. No other catarrh remedy has ever equalled Cream Balm in good results. F. O. Heumau A Co., druggists, Marshall, Mich. It is not a liquid or s snuff, and is easily applied. ap4w2 The Boston Traveller has been asked what its idea of good society includes, and replies that "it is strict ly limited to persons who have good manners, and who do not inflict wholly unnecessary questions or snobbish criticisms upon busy journalists." Time and Expense Saved. Hard workers are subject to bilious at tacks which may end in dangerous illness. Parker's Ginger Tonic keeps the kidneys and liver active, and by preventing the attack saves sickness, time and expense. Detroit Press. april The pistol which a Cincinnati woman swore was the one with which her husband threatened to shoot her proved to be a beer faucet. The husband was discharged, of course, but 'twas five minutes before the court could quell the laughter which the exhibition of the pistol caused. Every Letter's Contents. The swelling is all gone. I am as well and natural as I ever was be' ore I was en larged. I am delighted with Peruua and Mauulin. 8. P. hhafer. My son is still improving in health. Your Peruna Is jut the tiling for him. W. Bauer, Bt. Mary's, Pa, The large chronic ulcers, of IS months' standing, are entirely healed. The swell' ing, pain and itching have all subsided, the leg is healed, and I am perfectly well. Peruua is a wonderful remedy. W. M. Griffith. Ashland, Ky. If you desire health and to save money, ask your druggist for Dr. Hartman's "Ills of hiie A Cincinnati woman had hef hus band arretted for abusing her, byt the man was discharged upon prov ing that she used to back him up in the corner several times a week and beat him with a broorn handle. When the broom-handle broke and hit ber in the eye, she considered herself frightfully abused. I can mfely recommend Ely's Cream Balm for the cure of catarrh, cold in the head, ko. Before I have used the first bot tle I purchased I find myself cured. At times I could scarcely smell anything and had s headache most of the time. Henry Lilly, Agent for the American Express Co., Grand liuven, Mich. ap4w'i Mr. Gladstone has a dozen detec tives about his person by day and by night. On Sunday, when Mr. Glad stone went to the communion rail in the little English church at Cannes, two detectives stood by the old man while h received the elements of bald 4b4 ftiis. THE LOST CHILD. A FATE WORSE THAN ABDUCTION. How Parents, by a Lack of Precaution and Care, are Responsible for the Death of their Children. (Camden, Me., Herald.) The moral and legal responsibility of parents, in the care of their children Is, fortunately, attracting the Berions attention of the better portion of the entire country. The many instances of child beating, op pression, and other forms of cruelty wnicn have come to light, demand that something be done; and it is gratifying to know that the people are becoming thoroughly aroused. Whether the cruelty be in the form of phy sical violence or physical neglect matters not the principle in both cases is the same. The man or woman who neglects his or her own health may be pardoned, as the con sequences fall upon the individual alone; but the parent or guardian who permits the inrondij of disease upon the innocent ones dependent upon him for protection, is criminally liable in the signt of uou, uow ever be may appear iu tho eyes of mon. There are, however, parents that intend to care for their children, but who, throngh carolcsseess or the urgency of other duties, permit them to become the innoceut victims of disease. Such parents may be gniltlesB of intentional wrong, but the disastrous results upon thoir children are just as groat. These are truths which must be manifest to every worthy parent and especially in a vicinity where the nnkuown effects of the atmosphere, the water nnd the general ten dency to malaria are so great. There are many families iu this locality who have been called npon to mourn untimely losses, even when the greatest cats was exercised; but the experience of one only wijl be given : It is that of the late W. O. Thomas. The childrcn'were all most promising, but for some nnexpkinod .reason thoir health and strength seemed to gradually lesson, until their friends feurii U,y were the victims of consumption. One by jue, hy sickened and died until three had departed, and two of the surviving brothers were also taken ill. Their names were Hermon and Edward. Ileriuon, however, seemed the stronger of the two- eud, while his younger brother was confined to the ljoii.ii constant. lv. aud to bis bed much of the tiiua, IUr mon was able to be about, but iu so weak a condition that he had no desire to play Eddie's Bymptoms wote terrible ! He found llolmiltv In rptniiiiiia fnrtJ nnnn his I stomach, was restless aud irritable, sua out of his head frequently. At various times three different physicians visited him; and each one told his frUllds he could not live. He riually got so low tunt da!b was only considered a matter of a few days. .At that critical time his elder brothers, aroused almoBt to the pitch of desperation by the three deaths tuut had so racently occurred, and the other one staring them iu the face, resolved to tabs tU Case into their own hands. They according!,- did SO, Sud se cured a remedy that was then tof'ti nnlt6i sally used, nnd began giving it to him. Its effect at first was slight, but any improve ment was oauidered a good symptom. By degrees Mb strength, (turned; he was able to eat with a relish, thn lk fthfint the house; and finally he regained complete health aud strength. The boy was so re joiced over his recovery that, accompanied by the editor of this paper, be went before Justice Charles K. Miller and uitls with to the facts of his sickness as above related, aud that he was restored to perfect health by the use of Warner's Safe Kiduey aud Liver Cure. Now, Edward Thomas's parents, while they lived, undoubtedly, provided faithfully for the wants of all their children; aud yet the seeds of disease had taken deep root. Their cars iu one direction had been coun teracted by unknown parelesncsn in an other. Their loye was sincere, but wholly misdirected. They should have known that children are just as liable to kiduey aud liver diseases as grown up people; and that the fatality of Bright's disbase of the kidneys is just as great among little child ren as with adults. This is a serious sub ject. Hereditary traits; the after conse quences of measles aud scarlet fever, diph theria and the passing troubles which so easily become cbroulu, itll dowaud the groatest care and caution. No o&vo of cholera infantum, .measles, scarletiua, or diphtheria was ever virulent while the child's kidneys and liver were healthy. It would simply be an impossibility. These important organs of the body are just form ing within the child and growing with its growth; and they can be trained to strength and health as readily as the little mind can be trained to truth aud uprightness. The importance of carefully watching the slightest troubles of hu child, and es pecially those affecting the kidneys and liv er, cannot be too strongly emphasized. Children respond so readily to the proper remedies and are bo sensitive to disease, that it is a sin to deprive them of one at the risk of incurring the other. By a judi cious treatment these essential organs can be developed so that a strong constitution, able to rasist ths inroads gf disease through coming years, shall be tiO reiillU, When General Spinner was asked by a Florida man, a few days ago, how old he was and if he was in good health yet, he said : "I am eighty-one years of age, still in good health, and believe I can whip men of ray she yet," Dr. Kennedy would have it understood that, while ha is engaged iu the introduction of his medicine, "Favorite lteiuody," Uo Still continues the practice of his profession, but coniines him, self exclusively to office practice, lie (reals all diseases of a chronic character, and per forms all the minor and capital operations of Surgery. Parties living at a distance, except in surgical cases, by sending a state ment of their casj, can be treated at home. Address Dr. David Kennedy, ltondout, N. V, ap4w2 A Kentucky 'si.lioolmas.ter gqt .a verdict of J17 the other day in a suit brought against the trustees for dam ages from a cold caught running after them to get his pay. A Run on a Drug Store. was such s rush made for any drug store as is now at Seybert &. Cu.'s for a trial bottle of Ur. Kmc He Discovery for Cousnmpiiuu, Coughs and Colds.. All persons anectea with asthma, iiruiiCMitis, hoarseness, severe coughs or any affection of the throat aud lungs, cau gut a trial but, tie of this great remedy free, by calling at above mug store, liegnlur size $1. A little girl in a Hartford Sunday- school, unused to diplomatic" ways, sidled up to her teacher and naively said : "Mother wanted mc to find out in a roundabout way whether you are Mrs. or Miss " The Distinguishing Charm. A delightful fragrance of freshly gather ed flowers and spices is the distinguishing charm of Florestou Cologne, april An Erie brakeman was half killed by his wife, who, while attackad by a nightmare, dragged her husband out of bed by his whiskers. The victim is probably of the opinion that tie his tturrit'd a Pun-ro'an-Mtepbr. t, f : U x ? p i f -all i f 1 s ?!;!' I j Beware 1 m Pn . ofFrani o t KJ U' l: i . w j ""' t I Unscru- S I -! Uij.. pulou. 2 '; - ' LNP- Pale tried EL f. i 1 iff' to imitate 5 T h edy and s. i i""!, ' I nr-s I i deceive 5 8 O-, I v-5 j f thepublic "l V- ' by using CD Lw-, 1 ,"'ri' SIMILAR j ij r S NAMES, 2 1 IV i but do 0 p-! i -1 J ceived) s OL! "6thM 21 L o-' V i the word fMs i-Vl: SAFE h .lM --N'T ,;(0' ivp 1 Mr llllpl iolm , 5 '"l - ; With Pic ture of an Iron Safe, on a black wrap per andwhite letters, is on every package. Also, see that it is on the la bd and tt a m p, and take no other. H. H. WARNER & 00. ROCHESTER. N.Y. CvT This remedy is an absolute ipeoiflo for tlis flinptlSCS Of women; for the nervous troub les of youth, sad (or t aolillliy whlpU eve? oedes old age. As statistics show that all diases arise from the kidneys or liver we can guarantea freedom from disease by rea son o) the power which our Safe Kidney and Livez- Cure possesses over these organs. i,ir qifiqcres, aK lor WAtUltH BAr JS U1A- dec!5tftoo Never fall, to rorr nnv K lil'iv (lltn vrliatevcr. HiwEffKfirT??' vV"''"'-,-" A Iso ll.i.-wti oi inu in.tUiicr.fc For IncoiitiiitMica of L'rlno. (Uuui: Ilia hrvt ) i'fcui n a Isrt iw)nltlV(i cure, Pr.SllJ Kur Hrick Dust nr o'iIht it'im-.it tk r nr nervous i inmmy UiKo i i;ui sa. 1'kuuna will lMJsltlvt'lv cure Heiunl De bility, ati'l restore tlio fum't'oiiw tn tln'lr uormul viffor. aTnTTTnTTflhlil slHil I IT'liIiTifi For NtTvuusl'ruaLiali.iii, cuiioeU by ix fessive n:ititr:il or unnaturni ItiHultrf ticps. I'kkl'na Is asurecure. sawiyatMggpM Akci o iouhr i crsiuiM wiiii ai viis1 nnliuM too finittuncl, av iif'iiht, "Vi make water; can rely ImpllclUy on 1'kiiuna. For Urinary Dlsciisea of both sexes, for Fcmalo ComplaliiU of all klmK mul for uravei, if . itu a iH a Bpeci nr For hronlc .Nnsiil Cttnrrh tho only wire. tor our tamniik-i tu U:u " ii ftslt ycur (1iutlt or tiiir's ttia itMinl; lir.S' I ft Htfp!"l t'i,r.rsf,,',ni,-1). Fur Cuiisi'tllMtlUU luku wot 111 lltf OJtCtipt JL LaaiiriariiVirii1'i,'s i r niiN mi .i.iM aprl8yl IS A SURE CURE for all diseases of the Kidneys and LIVER It has specific action ou Uus most Important organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and inaction, Btlmulatinc the healthy secretion of the Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free condition, effecting ("t roplllnrdlootiM-B, SV! ft t a r i a ils',avo outiS, are OillcuB, Oyspopuo, or oonBtipaxed, Kidney Wort will uroly relieve and quickly cure. In the Spring to cleanse the System, every one should take a thorough course of it, 41- 80LD BY DRUOO!ST8. Price tl. de2()ylH4Co Mnil WANTI9 w ew tm f Au. i'11-kkmtow, me a int prtjaM iii'incvire, wiiu, uuuei , th nom U plum of B. J. Al 1d, wu Chief of the Beer I Servics of the Uuitcd Bls4i Army d urine the Kshellion. A i mu-velmii, thrilling and truth- I ful work. Containing man r ecrecu of ths war nei" before tf til lalslllcn. tnaie public, lull of virirf tllxuiratums. A rare cuaiicw for asntt. Write for cireulari and ipecial terms. C. C. WICK CO., Publishers, f'leyelanf, 0 iii?m2ris ;l A ol.uOU WW 1 CHARTS For 8t pace catalrsrne, free, address, II. Ct TCNISON. Cincinnati, O., N. Y. City, Jacksonville, 111., Omaha, Nsb. CO o 4 V ; ..-'! - ';basklt; v 1 - ?ri BASKET PLUG TOBACCO EXCELS ALL OTHEH8 IN RIOHlTESa And U the rLAV MEniCAHCHEY EAST CHAIR BAG GRANULATED, LONG CUT, -rc the two most i'opulur, Dellrhtful inil tuti.iloctory bldOkljit G TOllAU OOa cl Hie aay. Price, 10 ('cats for 4 0.. Psrlsgus. PCNCE CMOS. CO., Clrj-'r.nnlL Jaiairtutvnulco gjfaT TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Necessitating A Surgical Operation— Loving Mother Attempts to Take a Pair of Shears from Her Child. PARENTS, BE CAREFUL. Domestio accidents are common to women, an J some of them are very serious. Mrs. W truer, of South Kondout, flstor Co.. N. Y., some weeks ago atteuiited to take from her child a pair of shears with which it was Iilnying. A slight 8trii(;Rle ensued, in which the point of the shears entered Mrs. Warner's left eye, entirely destroying; the siht. Hor family physician did what he could, but intensely painful inflammation arose, which, by syiifpnthy, threatened the loss of the othor eye. Total blindness to a woman having the rare of n household is an irretrievable calamity. Iu this strait Mrs. W applied to the well-known aud skillful surgeon, Dr. David Kennedy, of Kondout, N. Y., who removed the injured eye by a very successful operation, scttiug aside'all danger of further harm to the sight of the other eye. Hut, owing to pniu and mental distross, her syntem needed a tunic and res. torutive medicine. To do this work the Doctor prescribed "Kennedy's Favorite Remedy," which sustniued its reputation ami laid a sure foundation of health. llr. Kennedy's 'Favorite Kenipily" removes all impurities from the blood, reg ulates tho liver and kidneys. Cures con stipation, and all diseases nnd weaknesses peculiar to femnlcs. It is for sale by all our druggists at oue dollar a bottle. There are sixty-five widows out of a population of 960 souls in the town of Augusta, Kentucky. Farmers and others desiring a genteel, lucrative agency busincKS, by which $5 to $20 a day can ,be earned, send address at once, on postal, to H. V. Wilkinson & Co., l'J5 and) V Fulton Htrect, New York. dec27mfl The ice is twenty feet thick at the fiirajts, of Mackinaw, and corn is ten inches high in Southwestern Georgia. Dr. Benson's Hkin Cure consists of in ternal and external trentmeut at same time, ant it luhVeslhesltluwhUc.goftauil am0oth; uufivalpi for hair and, scalp. Contains no poisonous drugs. $1, atdrugytBts'. jauSyl The anti-toy pistol law in Maine makes t,he man who sells the weapon responsible for any damage it may do, Dr. C. W. Benson's Celery aud Chamo mile Fills. Are prepared expressly to cure and will cure Headache of all kinds, Neu ralgia, Nervousness aud Dyspepsia. En-dorsed-by physicians, SOo. at druggists'. Jau3yl Mrs. Ella K. Trader, who spent one hundred thousand dollars of her own money in aiding wounded sol diers during tho war, now lives in poverty at Asheville, N. C. "Buchupalba." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney, Bladder and Urinary Diseases. 41. Druggists. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renef y'1 .tores health and vigor, ciirei Pjtpsia, Impotence, bexual The unpopularity of American hogs in Germany is not altogether inexplicable when it la remembered how some of them act in picture galleries and hotels. Philadelphia Press. "Rough on Rats." nuioiv lain, nine, UV, VUV, "!, UCU- bugs, skunkfl, cijnuuiks, gophers. 15c. Drug- rriutu -M The Rev. Dr. S. F. Smith, who wrote "My Country, 'Tis of Thee," has returned to Chicago from a long tour through Kurope, the East Indies, and Burmah. He wrote the hymn while he was at Ua.vard College, fifty years ago. Advice to Mothers. Are vou disturbed and broken of vour rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at once and a get a bottle of Mrs. NYinslow's toothing Hvrup for Children Teething. ItM value is icuUulable. It will relievo the po;r htUu untT''r immedi ately, peppnil tip"i it, bethels, there is no niintanc ftiPMt. it. it uuiui ayrtemery Him uisr rhoea, iegulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, reduces iutlam matiou, and giveB tone uud enerv to the whole system. Mrs. Wiuslow's Koothing Hyrup for C'liildrcu Teething is -pleasant to the I unit, and is me prescription 01 one or uie oment and best female pliyHiciniiH and nurses in the United States, aud is fur sale bv all driicu-istB thruueh- out the world. Price 25 cents. (, V(MH(p. ieu2i-yi-gpicfl ry Girls in the Iowa Agricu'tural College are taught to cook. Jly and by our superior civilisation will edu cate a girl in such a manner that she will Le fit to become a wife an art which appears to have been lost some time in the la it tenerat'on. OMITII'a EXTRACT OF MAY FLOWER, The Cap Sheaf of the Chemist's Skjfo 4f Blacde Nf4 Kdny. ' This Kemedy hat itoad the test of lime, hat been weighed In the scales of public opinion, and to-day hui an army of men, women and children, who over their own signatures bear testimony to Its curative properties. Some have been cured of Diabetes, some of Bright' Disease, some of In flammation of the H Udder, some of Catarrh of the liladder, some of incontinence of the Urme, some of Leucorrhuca, or Whites, some of pains in the Hack and Loins, some of diseaacs of the Prostate Gland. yorall 7feasea arising from a diteaard cafe of the iiindtinr ttnd Kidney 9, thi Iimedy itandt without a riitt Without a rivl in (he nun.Lsr fcf tuifi cdrctcd : yrhhouf ,ivj in the imnly of tt cum 1101,1, inr. j il(,uut it rival in putnuer pf bullies sold. I rid jtunusd lle of Smith's tttract of May Flower c tecdi the sales of al othpr Kidney Remedies co)t pined. DR. F-LI IVgS, says: "That In many ara, vaied ca-cs, where liucha had failed to produce any be ne tit, May Flower has effected a soesdy cure.'1 DR. J, H. BIRD, sayst "I have found May Flower to be a remedy fur all Kidney complaints, far superior to Htahu or Juniper.'1 DK. Fi. F. MARTIN, says; 11 May Flower acts more promptly in all diseases of the Bladder and Kidueys than any remedy which has coinc under my notice." DR. UKNJ. H. LONG says: " I have faur.4 May Flower eXcec4'H;ly VcMcfcial iu u.y tret Hicrlt qf fcui-ilcf ' DU VtfrC. D. HUVVHTTER.saysi Without do u Lit May Flower is dpiiucd to work a revolution In tho treatment of duwtecs peculiar to the uii aary orgn " DR. KlNG.tn compiling his dispensatory, hu paid a merited tribute to this remedy, boe page 396 King's Dispensatory. A number of authorities might be quoted, but there ate none more eminent than the names above, la addition to these authorities, a living host of 60,000, whose certificates are on file in the omce of the pmprietuo of tins remedy, bear Ltt mony to lis virtues. FOR SALE BT ALL DRUGGISTS. Manufactured only b S. B. SMITH A BRO., Cot ing ton, Ky. If yen ire sIMirted, send your sdjrcss (o 8. B. e). a H, Omnstun , K (gr trestle. OB Uiiw.ts ill tin liUddcr sail iwiJu'cyl, The Bad And Worthless. are never imitated or counterfeited. This is enpecially true of a family medicine, and it is positive proof tlmt tho remedy imitated is of the highest value. As soon as It had been tested nnd proved by the whole world tlmt Hop Hitters, was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on enrth many imitations sprung tip nnd began to steal the notices iu which the press and people of the country had expressed the merits of H. H., and in every way trying to induce suffering invalids to use their stuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H. H. Many others starled nostrnms put up in similar style to H. H., with variously devised names in which the word "Hop" or "Hops" em ueu 111 a way to induce people to oe lieve they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their stle or name is, aud especially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their name or in any way eon uected With them or their name, are iinita t ojb or counterfeits. Beware of them. Touch none of them. Use nothing but genuine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or clus ter of green Hops on the white lnbeL. Trust nothing else. Druggists aud dealers are warned against dealiug in imitations or counterfeits. april 23T'10 1,1X1 ,Crm ' t;",rt wi" begin on April Scioto Valley Railway TIME TABLE. In Effect October 26, I 882. THE SHORT LINE TO ALL POINTS EAST, WEST, SOUTH & SOUTHWEST. M M jo m m p p C p MTnytjy''r-yirjUca 0 9 ztt'9 tsttttp f tO CJ p jo tO tX 1 (J Cfl W tgt pi iMCtCr-'OiWSyJOlifcrib w530iaJ!s)OHSvicS3 P S r t t t i ; r t : t : i - - 1 1 8 g SSSES5?.;asi5g!SS !F ............. ? . 5 : 5 . . : -a ? : 3 : S 9 -- - . ---- - g owci-rcIfcwb'occ'wcco CI i O O rC CC -C bi w CJ --1 n&- 4- S ppHtCMMM(Atdtecci.s oiif 'svl-oi oa in to ja. o k - " x 1 r B CricnpsipopDpojo C OlOi O T. tv X Ot U U 4.Qlj(ll A 91-1XQ0CC to O W J io tn CO i. . io Cn A U ........... H W H O - 1 a C3 I: o N-1 ! W 1: a " r .S3 CONNECTIONR. At Columbus with I'. C. A St. L. R'y, C. C. C. I. It y, C. A. 4 0. It, K., IS. & O. It. K., O. C. K. It., C. II. V. A T. It. It., I. B. A W. R'y. At Ciroleville with C. A M. V. Biv. P. C. & St. Ii, R'y. At Chillicothe with M. A C. R. R., T. D. A B. R. R. At Waverly with O. 8. R. R. At Portsmouth with Portsmouth biunth of SI. A C. R. R. and Ohio river stcamera. At Ironton with Iron R. R. At Ashland with E. L. A B. 8. K. B., Ches. A 0. R. It., Chattaroi R'y and A. C. A I. It. R. For further information as io rates, connec tions etc., call on your ticket agent or address JNO. J. ARCHER, General Ticket and Pass. Agent. Ws. Lamb, Geo. Skinnfh, Traveling Tass. Ag't. Superintendent. Columbus, Ohio. augUtf MAEIETTA. & CINCIUKATl. Change took effect Sunday, March 11, 1883. No. 1. No. 3L No. 7. Na 6. Eastward. Leave Ei,Sun. Haily. Ei.Snn. Dailv. Ciuuinuati 6 20am 9 IIaiu 3 40pm 8 Oo'pin. Loveland. 7 411 10 HU 4 67 tt 02 Arrive Dlanoh'r. . 8 20 11 01 5 84 .... Arrive " Westboro. 10 00am I.vnch'g.. 10 25 Hillslioro. II 10 Leave Hillsbnro . 6 Oflum Lynchb'rg b M Wi'.utUiru. U45 Wanc'r Iv 8 20 S S'.ws GUI .41 Wm 3 40pm 86 it ( 3 Ik) aanpru ia 8 2S 8 65 11 Olaut 11 au Martin've 8 43 Vienna. . . 8 69 Lex'ton.. 919 Loesburo IT 6 Ml 6 Oil 7 G.vuulutld 12 10pm 6 & 10 32pm. iusviuiea iu to ia 4u Arrive Chillicothe 10 35 U W 7 50pm 11 18 Na tt Ilaily. 8 OOaiu 11 23 7 10 12 19am. Leave ChiUithe 10 55 Arrive Hauulen. 12 11pm Leuve 1 22 2 24 MeAr'r Ju 12 35pm 2 S5pm 3 26 7 24am 8 31 Alliens. . Arrive Rehire. .. Parksb'g Marietln, Alllf(3 tVashiiiK'n 1 4U 1 17am. 8 20 8 35. t S"1W 4 45 10 0 10 20 2 20 2 30 4 ft5 6 'iim 11 45pm 3 10 C 2uinu C 20am . 1 30 7 30 1 28 pro. 35 7 4U . . 10 50 pm, 8. No. 111. Bult'uiore 1'hiht'pliia 12 6ium 12 50iiu . New York 8 6U 3 MiiJu . NoT4. No. 2. " N Fx. Sun. Ilaily Westward Leave Killstioro .... 2 40pm Lynchb'g .... 3 22 Westboro .... 8 St) Ilaily Daily Leave RlancU'r 8 01pm 4 27pm Lovilau,Uv 3 62 5 01 9 31pm 5 23m Arrive Cincinnati' 5 JSpm. . lOnm 10 30ltm 0 SQ Ind'polis.. 10 5U Klflu U it5 Chicago 7 Oomn 1 0m .... 8 26 pm Louisville 11 4opm 11 40uu 12 35pm St. Louis 7 aumu 7 2iiaut 11 3l)m 6 30 pin Kan. City 8 40m 8 40pm .... 8 05m fStop on signal. Accommodation No. 6 leaves Chillicotho 7 a. tp.. llillsboro 8 (15 a. 111., except Sunday, arrive at Cincinnati 11 10 a ni, stepping at all stations. Train No. 18 leaving Cincinnati daily except Sunday at 6.10pm. arrives tiliibLjoro8.2Upm., stoii)ing at all station. Train No. 1G livlng Hillsboro at 6.00am. ar rives at CitiuinnoVi 8.G7m stopping at nil tions. Nog. 1, 4 and Qeast ol Cliillicothe, stop at tU stutions. Train No. 8 loaves Cincinnati daily at 11:20 pm, arriving at ChiUicothe at 2:64 am; stopping regularly at Madisouville, Lovclaud, lilauclina ter, and Orcenlicld, and on signal at all other stations. Freight trains Nos. 21 and 26 will carry pas sengers between Cincinnati and Chillicothe. No trains ou llillsboro or Portsmouth branch es on Sunday. Train No. 2 stops at stations west of Rlsu chettter to let olf passengers holding tickets from points ou llillsboro Branch. Train No. 8 stops at stations east of Blan cheater to let off passengers holding ticket .iroin points on llillsboro liiauuh. John E. Rose, THUS. P. BARRY, Master of Trausp'u, Qvn'l Poos' r A Ticket At.