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A MODERN RESURRECTION.
A Miracle that Took Place in our Midst Unknown to the Public—The Details in Full. (Detroit Free Press.) One of the most remarkable oc currents ever given to tlie public, which took place here in our midst, has just come to our knowledge and will undoubtedly awaken as much surprise and attract as great atten tion as it has already in newspaper circles. The facts are, briefly, as follows : Mr. William A. Crombie, a voung man formerly residing at Birmingham, a suburb of Detroit, and now living at 2S7 Michigan Ave nue in this city, can truthfully say that he has looked into the future world and yet returned to this. A representative of this paper has in terviewed him upon this important subject and his experiences are given to the public for the first time. He said : "I had been having most peculiar sensations for a long while. My head felt dull and heavy; my eye sight did not seem so clear as for merly: my appetite was uncertain and I was unaccountably tired. It was an effort to arise in the morning and yet I could not sleep at night. My mouth tasted badly, I had a faint all-gone sensation in the pit of mv stomach that lood did not satis fy, while my hands and feet felt cold aud clammy. I was nervous and ir ritable, and lost all enthusiasm. At times mv head would seem to whirl and my heart palpitated terribly. I had no energy, no ambition, and I seemed indifferent of the present and thoughtless for the future- I tried to shake the feeling off and persuade myself it was simply a cold or a little malaria. But it would not go. I was determined not to give up, and so time passed along and all the while I was cettinc worse. It was about this time that I noticed I had begun to bloat fearfully. My limbs were swollen so that by pressing my fingers upon them deep depressions would be made. My lace also began to enlarge, and continued to until I could scarcely see out of my eyes One of my friends, describing my appearance at that time, said : ' is an animated somrlhinj, but I should like to know what.' In this condi tion I passed several weeks of the greatest agony." "Finally, one Satur lay night, the misery culminated. Nature could endure no more. I became irra tional and apparently insensible Cold sweat gathered on my forehead; my eyes became glazed and my throat rattled. I seemed to be 111 another sphere and with other sur roundings. I knew nothing of what occurred around me, although I have since learned it was considered as death by those who stood by. It was to me a quiet state, and yet one of great agony. I was helpless; hopeless and pain was my only com panion. I remember trying to see what was beyond me, but the mist before my eyes was too great. I tried to reason, but I had lost all power. I felt that it was death, and realized how terrible it was. At last the strain upon my mind gave way and all was a blank. How long this continued I do not know, but at last I realized the presence of friends and recognized my mother. I then thought it was earth, but was not certain. I gradjally regained con sciousness, however, and the pain lessened. I found that my friends had, during my unconsciousness, been giving me a preparation I had never taken before, and the next day under the influence of this treatment, the bloating began to disappear and from that time on I steadily im proved, until to-day I am as well as ever before in my life, have no traces of the terrible acute Wright's disease which so nearly killed me, and all through the wonderful in strumentality of Warner's Safe Cure, the remedy that brought me to life after I was virtually in another world." "You have had an unusual exper ience, Mr. Crombie," said the writer who had been breathlessly listening to the recital. "Yes, I think I have," was the re ply, "and it has been a valuable les son to me. I am certain, though, there are thousands of men and women at this very moment who have tht same ailment which came so near killing me, and they do not know it. I believe kidney disease is the most deceptive trouble in the world. It comes like a thief in the night. It has no certain symptoms, Dut seems to attack each one differ ently. It is quiet, treacherous, and all the more dangerous. It is killing more people to-day, than any other one complaint. If I had the power I would warn the entire world against it and urge theTn to remove it from the system before it is too late." One of the members of the firm of Whitehead 5: Mitchell, proprietors of the Birmingham Etc ntric, paid a fraternal visit to this office yesterday and in th! course of conversation, Mr. Crombie's name was mentioned. "I knew about his sickness," said the editor, "and his remarkable re covery. I had his obituary all in type and announced in the Eccentric that he could not live until its next issue. It was certainly a most won derful case." Rev. A. R. Bartlett, formerly pas tor of the M. li. Church, at Birming ham, and now of Schoolcraft, Mich , in response to a telegram, replied : "Mr. W. A. Crombie, was a mem ber of my congregation at the time of his sickness. The prayers of the church were requested fur him on j two different occasions. I was with him the day he was repotted by his physicians as dying, and consider his recovery a:mot a miracle." I Not one person in a million ever i coioci to Ltit death as did Mr. J Crombie and then recover, but the men and women who aic uniting toward the same end, are legion. To note the .lightest symptoms, to realize their significance and to meet them in time by the remedy which has been shown to be most efficient, is a duty from which there can be no escape. They are fortunate who do this; ihey ate on the sure road to death who neglect it. BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. List of Questions Propounded Saturday, February 2d, 1884. Names of Teachers Receiving Certificates ARITHMETIC. At what time between 6 nd 7 o'clock will the minute hand bo midway between 12 and the hour hand ? If to a certain numtier yon add of itself, the result will he 2U 1cm thau twice the num ber. What in the immlxT V ".state" the following. If a staff 8 ft. high cast a Hhadnw 4 ft. 6 in., what is the height of sti-eple whose shadow in 1H0 ft.? the time pant noon equals 3-5 the time to mutiii;ht. V hat iil the t i Hit; ? Jf 1 buy 11 cent sugar. 1 will lack 30 cent, but if 1 buy 10 cent sugar, I will hare IT) cent left. How many pounds of sugar did I buy ? A wagon beel 'holds 100 bushels aud is 3 timcB an long an it in wide or high. Dimensions? When John wan married lie wan 3 times an old an Inn wife, but when they had been mar ried 48 yearn, he wan but l,ls times ad old. Ages when married':' Three boys bought 16 oranges for 1G cents. A paid 4 ueutn, li 5 aud C, 7. 1 joined them, each ate an equal number aud D gave them 10 cenU. llow should they divido the money 'i The diagonal of a cubical room is 18 ft. How many yd, of carjiet will cover the floor? From 3 mi lea take 1 mi. 7 fur. 3!lrd. 5yd. 2ft. tl in. employing compouud subtraction. HISTORY. On the last day of whose administration was Florida admitted into the I'uion ? Name some of the causes of the American devolution. Where was the fimt and last battles of the Involution. Give a short sketch of the life of Hcury Clay. Name the presidents w ho lived in Ohio at the time of their election. Give a short account of Horace Oreely. Whom do you consider the greatest general of the war of 1812 on each side? In what century did the following persons live: loin raiue, Liesar, Solomon, Paul Shakespeare, Uobt. Raikcs, Franklin and Glad- utoue. Who was Itobt. Morris ? Whom do you consider the ablest of the fol lowiug clauses of American writers: humorist, poet, political writer and religious writer. SPELLING. Woolly, whir, weird, tussle, veneer, tonguy, threshold, spatial, sidereal, macaroni. GRAMMAR. What is spelling? Rules respecting final t Unie respecting y ? llow is pronunciation learned? Make four compouud words. Four deriva tion words. Parse the marked words in the following a) ringing is a pleasing exercise, (b) 'lis imssmo strange. Ic) i speak concerning Christ. id) N-etiw we can not agree, the discussion ma)- be slopped. What is a proper adjective? An interroga tive adjective? A specifying adjective? Should we say "Twice one is two" or "Twice one are two"? "Two and three are five" or "Two aud three is live"? Whut in your opinion an to tho case of his, your, and mme in the following I He ate his apple, yoa ate yours and I ate mine. What in the antecedent of hers in That book is herB not mine? What is the gender of hers I What foot does each of the following words form? Console, compose, mother, never, dis tant, overtake, nigoiry, euuee ami gatner. Diagram the analysis of the following : "Sight so deformed, what heart of rock could long Ory-eved behold? Adam could not, but wept, Though not of woman born. Compassion (J leil a His oest of man and gave him to tears." GEOGRAPHY. Describe a noted river in each grand division and tell for what it is noted. Through what waters would you pass in nailing irom ntocunoini to Venice i hat zone contains the most highly civilized nations oi tnc globe uive reasons. What waters are connected and what lands separated by the following straits : Dardanelles, bass, L)avm, .Mackinaw and liabel-Mandeb? Describe the rainbow and give cause. Name the live largest rivers of Africa. Give length, course and source. Under what circumstances may eclipses occur ? Name all the countries cut by the Tropic of Cancer. Name the capes at the entrance of the following bays: Chesapeake, Delaware, James, Bis ca-v aud Bengal. What aud where is Conis, Birocco, Mirage, jau jusyeu, Dims, uanuia, luiare? TEACHERS' CERTIFICATES. Examiners, held F'eb. 2, 18S1, seventy-four persons presented themselves for examination, and certilicates were issued as follows : Six Months Stanley J. Britton, Lizzie Pow ell, fcliza Mcl.ahe, frank tree, ( Larles Fling. J. A. Fling, William Sbelton, Hannah Mont gomery, John r. -Nave. J. It. Cirithtu, James M. butler, Hada Hiatt, Edward Miller, Augusta names, ftopma uoeizner, diaries Blackburn, Arta Wolf, .Mortimer Gall, Frank Matthews, Mariah Leslie, Mary Springer, Ida Wilson, Carrie Taylor, Lilly Hauaboruugh, James H. Hliams. Twelve Months Mary Shackelton, John Nave, Vada Murphy, Walter Wain, Mary ueoige, 3. t, i,iu.ey, Li. inoinas. JLighteen Months Allie Kerns, John L. Strange. Twenty-Four Months Kate Pwyer. I certify the above to be correct. L. O. Suirii, Clerk, The .February Wide Awake cele brates the month with a charming frontispiece by Hassam, "St. Valen tine's Day," representing a group of merry young folks at the Post-office on St. Valentine's morning. There is also a capital Valentine story, by Mrs. Franches A. Humphrey, "Mol ly Si. Leger's Valentine," in which is wrought an incident of the Bos ton Tea Party, with Mrs. John Han cock as one of the characters; Mer rill lias made an uble drawing of the scer.e. S.irah Orne Juwett opens the number with a characteristic story called "A Church Mouse." Mrs. Jiose Hawthorne l.athrop is also charming ly represented by her story of "Lit tle Luckie," Mrs. Celia Thaxter by her poem "At Freiburg Gates," Elizabeth Stuart Phelps by her serial story of Smith College life, "A lirave Girl,'' and Arthur Gilinan by No. V. of Ins Pathfinder Talcs, "Stumping a French Name on the Map of Amer ica, ami ftiiss Alice (... rletcher gives a second article about the, Omaha children, with drawings by Sandharn. There are other articles and poems too numerous to name, but "A Poy's Railway and Train," byR. C. Miller, should not be omitted. Af;er Fe'.ruary Wide Aw.ike will I). Lothrop & Losto.3, Mass. 1st, the price of be I3.00 a year. Co- Publishers, LYNCHBURG. Saturday, February 9, 1884. Got your Valentines at Charley Fields, feblSwl The whooping cough lias appeared In our town. T. I. Fulton made a flying trip home lat Sunday. Miss Carrie Klcekmr, of Frirsburg, Is visit ing hero. East Fork has been on t high during the past week. Extra copies of the Nsw8 for sale by the postmaster. if Farmers say the early sown wheal is badly damaged by the fly. Mr. Jacob Htulls has rented the mill here and moved to town. Protracted meeting will begin at the M. E. Church in two weeks. James Turner's barn, near Martinsville, was burned last Thursday night. G. Ilaylesf has sold his brick residence on South broadway to Win. Gibler. There is a lively trade here in all kinds of stock, and good prices are secured. Mr. Warron Connel was visiting relatives at Burlington and Spring Valley lastweok. Mr. John D. Cloveland, engineer on tho R. H. Springer, is home during tho high water. Mr. Joseph McICeo, who is working in the cily, came up laHt Saturday, to spend the Sab bath with his family. J. C. Chauey's residenco caught fire in the roof during ono of the cold night's last week, but was put out with but little damago to the roof. The Sunday School Iioard met last Wednes day night In regular session. Th reports from ofllccrs and teachers wers very enoonra Kh'K. Itichards A Mnrrcll, who aro running a cooper shop in Hillsboro, have snupondcd work for a short tims. An over production is the cause. Mr. O. I). Weaver, of Locust Grove, talks 0.' starting a writing school hem. Now if Bome body would get up a singing school a thing badly needed. Mr. Ozro Straup and Miss Louisa Ellis were married last Thursday evening at tho rosideno of the bride's parents near Dodsonvillo, llof. A. V, Maddox spoke tho piece The people vrho live along Broadway are Tory indignant over the way tho street was damaged by driving the cattle ovor it, and de stroying tho biautiful lawns in front of their residences. Thirty car loads of cattle were dhipped here last Wednosdav evening and put into the cat tle pons at tb.9 stillhouse. They wero from one of the distilleries of Cincinnati, and were brought here to keep them from drowning. v I Lynchburg Market. Wheat, per bushel $ O ats ( 'stile, per cvt Hogs Flour 80( 5 00r 5 50 4 75'-5 (XI 2 Gum 3 50 Hotter 2ot Com 4o Lard liacon. sideB 1,,' Shoulders "rrs Hams 18r) NEW LEXINGTON. Saturday, February 9, 1884. : Dr. Tristler has opened up his new drug store. Trains are generally the past few days be hind time. The forepart of the week was so wet that items are scarce. Samuel McClure is on the jury in the TJ. S. Court in Cincinnati. There is still considerable sickness through out the neighborhood. The different stone quarries aro preparing for a big Bummer's work. The new wheat and floilr exchange at this place is in good working way. Jossc Elster, of Columbus, was in town lust Friday, looking after the bu'gy trade. Quite a number of persons from a distance were in attendance at the Quarterly Meeting last Sunday. Hush Wright started last Tuesday for Itusria ville, Ind., to be gonesomo two orthrce months visiting relatives. There lias been a goodly demand for the Ciucinnati dailies tho past week, on aocount of the high waters. It. T. McClure lias again taken hold of the sewing machine business. This time he is sel ling tho New Ilome. James Bogne, after a long seigc of sickness, was again able to be upon the streets last Fri day for the first timo. Joseph Wright lias rented the stone quarry of Hen. Heller and has began to open it out, ready for the spring trade. Quarterly Mocting at tho M. E. Church last Saturduyand Sunday was attended by a large congregation and great interest manifested. Diod on Tuesday evening at 7.20 p. m., of inflammation of the kidneys, Freddie Hartell, aged 12 years aud 22 days. Freddie was a boy that was loved and resoected by til who knew him. His rcuuius were laid to rest iu the Lexington Cemetery. Thursday, F'eb. 7. The driver of the Hillsboro and 8ibina hack wlnlo making his irip Saturday morning, this Hido of Hillsboro, his team started to run away but was stopped with only small damage. Marion SIcI'herHon and wifo started last Wednesday for Wellington, Kansas, to visit Mrs. Mcl'hcrson's mothur, Mrs. Charlotto Haines, who is lying very low and not expected to live. Word was telephoned to this p'.aco last Satur day, that considerable damago was done to the stock in Dunn's drug store, aud Snvago A- Clinn's dry goods store iu B.ibiua, last Friday night by firo. Died oa eJn?.il.iy morning after several weeks illness, It. li. Hixsou, aged about 5C yoars. Ho leaves a largo circle of friends who mourn his death. The family have the sympa- my oi menus ana ueignoors. Mis romaius were buried in tho Lexington comojery on Sunday, leb. 10. Something now for farmers. Tho New Vienna Rolling Mills liavo established an ex change at W. B. Worrell's store, when) they can at all times eschaugo wheat for llonr and feed, at same rates as at the mill. All kinds of feed for sale. Highest cash price paid for wheat and corn. Givo us a call. fobGn-3 New Lexington Market. Reported by W. B. Worrell, retail grocer. Wheat, per bushol J Hi(S"J0 Corn bOiaCO nay, per r 5 (iii,a h 00 3,V,.40 Hour, cwt 2 iuraS 20 lleoves, shipping, ewt 5 (Wfetl 00 i.ggs, doz Mra Butter Wrq,m Lard lllfaUW 001 1 DJf It is a strange fact that thestroiiirest-niinded I women shrink from being caught 111 their own night-caps, but they never hesitate to declare their exalted opinion of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup that has cured innumerable coughs aud colds. Council Proceedings. COUNCIL CHAMBERS, Feb. 4, 1884. Council met in regular monthly session, present Barrere, Boyd, Mather, and Quiun, ab sent Patterson and Smith. The Mayor presented to the Counoii a propo sition of Mrs. M. B. Trimble to donate to the village a lot of Beverol acres, north of and ad joining the old Presbyterian Cemetery, which should be need for a public park after the vil lage should have obtained the right to use said cemetery for a similar purpose, the two lots of laud to be thrown together. On motion of I. II. Quinu, a committee of threo, of whom the Mayor should be one, was appointed by the Mayor with instructions to examine into the practicability of the plan, with a view to accepting tho proposition, aud to report at as early a day as possible. Messrs. I. II. Quiun and G, W. Barrere were named as the other memlerB of said committee. On motion the thanks of the Couucil were exteudod to Mrs. Trimble for her liberal propo sition. Weighmnster Murphy reported weighing done on High street scales for the mouln of January, 161 drafts. Iteceipts Weighmaster McClure reported weighing done on the coal scales for the mouth of Janu ary, number loads of coal, 1,70. Receipts is J. 10. The following bills were presented aud al lowed . Hillsboro Gas Light Co., gas for street lamps aud public Buiuimg $877 10 J. 1 hrviu and otiiers repairing alley. 17 25 J. M. lliestaud lamp chimneys, buru- uers, Ac 21 15 Glascock ic Quinu banding iron roller. 3 b0 J. M. Jloyii lou lbs bran 1 utl Chas. k'. "lleckly tlu for and fixing pipe, gus burner, repairing can and lamp 3 20 Peter U. Thompson boohs lor Library. 72 tlti Mugazme of Amcricau liintory sub scription ftr 6 00 Cuioii Signal subscription for 1 &o Herald Co. Supplements 2 00 M. Wiles stove pipe aud llahing 'A IV He-oil A itoails barrel cement, broom and lead 0J Thornburg, Donuthuu and others, special police 7 48 Wilimuju Nelson aud others cleaning streets 4 75 A. Haruiau 0110 month Mayor 25 00 N.ll.Avii-s ' Clerk 140 00 M. 11. Willelts " Marshal Jrfl 00 K.ra Stevenson Police 4d 00 James G. l.yle " 48 00 J. ri. Murphy " Weighmaalur. . 18 75 11. Medline " ami cleaning scale pit 27 50 It. J. Durtey one month Librarian.... 12 60 A. M. btovcus one uioulh lamp lighter und rtpuus for lamps 74 75 N. H. AYRES, Clerk. : i "When 1 die, iny boy," said a rather festive Pittsburgh man to his son. "I dou't want any floral piliow with 'Father' or 'Rest' on it, simply the letters 'S. V. Jj,,' nothing more." "And what, dear fathrr, ire these let ters to signify ?" "They stiedjr the words 'See You Later." llt$raj,i), School Report. Report of riain Viow School, District No. Penn township: I.ilhe Medhker 92, Lelia Underwood 92, Lulu Campbell ill, Ollie Medsker 0. , Charles Cantley W, (lertrudo Cantley 00, Mtlvin l'crrin 80, T hoinas Roads 88, LuelU Medsl.er H, Thomas Perrin 85, Arthur Underwood 85, Grant Med sker 81, Kenuoth Ca-nphell K4. John W. Fahilkv, Teacher. In Memoriam. MRS FRANKLIN PENCE. The subject of this notice diod at her home iu Hauler township on Wednesday morning, Jan. 23, aged 34 years. From the writer's ac quaintance with the dead, it would be unjust not to speak of her as one possessing many beautiful and rare qualities of both mind and heart. Her gentle, kind and affectionate man ner, with no lovo for display, made her an ogrccablo and ever welcome guest. As a wife aud mother she was devoted and true, as a friend and neighbor generous and kind. In heriting a frail body she had been a long and patient sufferer, but with a heroio and Christ ian spirit sho had bourn it all patiently aud had toiled mi for those she loved until sho was peacefully called away from earih aud its cares, and although her face and form are hid from mortal view, yet her quiet and Christian life is before us aud should he as A guiding star pointing us to that other and better world. MuxHUoito, O. Ji. Vt'. " I don't want no rubbish, no fine sentiments, if you please," said the widow, when she was asked what kind of an epitaph she desired for her late husband's tombstone. "Let it be short and simplesomething like this : ' William Johnson, aged 75 years. The good die young." ' ,:v ihv I yfrnw is compound wholly ot na- f moioui Ti-nTtAttl lnjrrtliTnU., efh one: whifh is cknowi.lKeti t7 Ih ineit-f r profrMluq to hm Wia rart potent of til ' ih l,erfl rmM! known lo medio! :irnc. 1 1 ruru w uhunl all every c& oi , MBWMWtxlWsVlisa 1 Cfcrm. Cm t a iti ronMrnrptton, i j.. ! f JrTntnii- i f amy lhf M wi In the! i "!, lirer (oi.'rt find 1 DieawS of lbs btomatu. It your Iirukriilit is out of onrpainpU-l lets on the 'l:ii of Lite," or If you are 'iM;ring undr a disei-. not mentioned lultorlo loose aaveriiseuieuui, address the nr.ipl-tsuirs, b. li. ilajUliAU 4 f'o., ( v. ; lUiiiDus, Olily. (Hu,4.J i . . ... . f DO si tl Tely 1 Core, t.ousii jkUiOII, l iitrS ttUtl I .tilths A. nes a 10 1 1 .annu a, rwia y t. I no,'.,- Ms. Hue doll T "-r bottle; si x tn . L. '.uv. mrecuon iu cosu" ftuu uerniitnj feblUwJ a mm im. Ffidiirr") Dip Tnln of Sever Sur gical Operation Without TnVIng Chloroform. (Fromhr Oouri r.) Mrs. Ri-hoonmkcr, of Cre-ch Locks, Tl'ter Co., N. Y., had the niistortnne to entirely lose the sight of one of her r vr s, through an acci dent, and endured painful inllanimatory action therein Tor two long years ; the other eye Anally becoming sympathetically aft'netfd, her general health serionsly tjnfTering; indeed she as a mere wreck, a walking skeleton, in this terrible strait she consulted Dr. David Kennedy, of Hondout, N. V., who told her at oneothnt tho injured eye must be removed. She quietly tint firmly ssid : "All right, Doctor, but Oon t give me chlornrorm. j.et my hus band sit by my side during the operation, and will neither cry out or stir." T ho work was done, and tho poor woman kept her word. Talk of soldierly courage! This showed great er pluck than it takes to face a hundred guns. lo restore tier general health and give tone and strength i the system, Dr. Kennedy then gavo the "Favorite Remedy," which cleansed the blood and imparted new lit to the long suffering woman. She rapidly valued health and strength, and is now well. T bo "Favorite Remedy is a priceless blessing to women. No faniilv should be without it. Your druggist lias It. If not send to Dr. David Kennedy, ltondout, New York, feb A Chicago inventor claims to have discovered "trater as a fuel.' Fuel believe it, though. Hie very host remedy tlint mn ho coiu- poundod from our present knowledgo of drugs, for colds, coughs, iwtlunr, bronchitis and other lung diseases, is JJr. Y istor s llol- sain of wihl Cherry. It ho cured innny cruses of coiisnniiition when all other reme dies hud failed. A sinlo Hpoonful will cure an ordinary cough or cold und uivo mstiuit relief to iwtlima. It is HOothniR, benlmg and strengthening to throat aud huigx and is very pleasant to tuko. A case on record where a barber and his victim were both happy. The former talked on without interruption and the latter was deaf. A crowd of boy s near Waco, Tex., spent Christmas day in a wild chase after a wolf, which proved to be, when captured, only a half starved yellow dog. Many whose blood hiA become poisoned from vnrions cunscs. nnd whoso ill health KM indicated by pimples, Boro feelings, aches, pains, urinary sediments, catarrh mid inttainmation of tho nincous rucmbrnuo, con stipatiou, dyspepfiiu, bad dreams, nervous uess, sleeplessness, etc., have boon restored to porfoct health by tisinp; Vt. Onysott's Yellow Dock aud Sursapsrilla. It is the ouly true blood purifier niid strengthener of mind and body. No other remedy equals it. The Prince of Wales refers to champagne as "the boy." He would probably speak of Jersey lightning as " the old man eloquent." A mole on the nose indicates that a man will be a great traveler prob ably to get out of the way of people who make personal remarks. A complete cure for that debilitating drain that indicates n weakness of the nrinury or gans, nasal catarrh and other evidences of a diseased niucons membrane may be found in the nso of Dr. CJnyaotfs Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Don't be frightened by the advertisements of quack doctors. This remedy will purify the blood, strengthen tho parts affected, boat all irritation of the mucous membrane, aud romove every symp tom of tho disorders. It is a sure cure for nervous dobility and general ill heultli. fob7w2 A lot of gteel wire spring beds have been shipped to New Zealand. The natives are tired of frying missionar ies on forked sticks. "Overcome by gas," is the head line on a daily paper. We knew those tremendous gas bills would kill someone sooner or later. Nonther medicine is BO reliable as Aver's Ohorry l'ectoral for eoldfl, coughs, and all de rangements of the rospiratory organs tending toward consumption. In all ordinary eases it is a certain euro, and t affords sure relief for the astumatio and consumptive, even in ad vanced stages of disease. Barnum'g will covered seven hun dred pages. The veteren showman was bound to make it the moat clos- sal aggregation on earth, or die in the attempt. A Tithy Sentence. A well known statesman of this conntry once saui wnen summing up too events of a life time : "Youth is a blunder, manhood a strug gle, old ago a rogret." Ho might have added many more wonders, but thoy aro not neces sary, for his aphorism expresses much. Yet it is a well known foot that the above could not be said of life were all olaaaus aware what great remedy I'emna is, and what wondrous cures it has performed. For the ills of youth it is a wondrous speeitlo. The worrv and tiar of manhood's struggle for existeuee entHoUe his system, aud he needs such a tonic, and when old age comes on with its feebleness and regrets for failures and mistukos, the great remedy, l'eruua, can still be used with good eilcet, and if given a fair trial will accomplish wonders. feb7w2p If the eyes were really windows to the heart, green goggles would be cotne extremely fashionable. To create au appetito, and give tone to the digestive apparatus, Aycr's Harsapaiilla is un- equaicu. A man in Rochester has such a cracked voice that he rarely says anything without breaking his word. HADE Olf PURPOSE. One uf Those Mistakes (l) Which are ,S!ora Freijuent than l'rolltalile. "Why, my child, this is ijof r.enson's Capcine 1 orous 1 inaier, sain a radio lj jjs little daughter, atier examining a package sue hi just brought from too drug store. "Isn't it, l'apa? I'm sorry, but I askud the man for bciisou s I know I did, and be took the twenty-live cents jou rave me to pay for it witti," euJOiiuied the ehi'd, iMisiLively. "Mav- :,be the drug muu nntd a mistake. " 1 11 go round royseir ami sum," was (lie gen tleman's couiuieut, as ho donued Ins coat anj hat. "Why didn't yon send 1110 IJenson's plaster, in.-iteid of tiiis cheap and trashy tiling' "Why, I,-f, thought that would suit you Just as well and " "You thought ! you thought What bnsi-ue-B had you to think ' 1 dou't pay you for '.i.'-s1;1,'.', out for tilling Iny order," i-aid tho Indigi.ant c;i!! r, nnmciuiitilnuslr. "'There ! fit e that thing l.-;k unJ venie my money,. get what 1 n-ant i-liowhf.y.o'- feb Vegetable) Sicilian HAIR RENEWER ini tlio first prfpirfitlon iirrfrdy ulnpted to enre rtinrnHPft of ilia nrfttp, utitl the fir. "" cwnfii. rcntorrr of fntlcrt or Hrny hair to IU tiRtnrnl color, growth, ml youthful beauty. H liM hail many Hiu'.tntors, hut none hftTe to fully met nil th rrqulrrnipiiti nmilful for thn projwr trflntrnriit of the r nd nrnlp. Hah.' II a i 11 ltKNF.wrR linn ntfadily riowo In fnvor, and pprra-l it fume and ufulne lo every quarter of the globe. IU unparal lrled Btic;w8 can be attributed to but cause: tht entire fulfilment of iti promitei. Th proprietor Ii&t often been imrpriiod at the receipt of orders from remota coun tries, where they had never made an effort for lis introduction. The one for a nhort time of Hall's IlAia RKMtwr.rt wonderfully ImproTPi the per sonal appear.me. It cleanneg te acalp from all Inipnritien, cures all lnmiori, fevor, and dryness, and thua prevents bftldneM. It stimulates the weakmcd glands, and enable them to pn.ih forwnrd a new and rigorous growth. The efTeots of this artlclo ara uot transient, liko tho,e of alcoholic prepara tions, but remain a long time, which niake 111 use a matter of economy. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE WHISKERS Will change the hoard to a natural brown, Gtbinck.asdffllrod. It produces a permanent color that will notwh away. Cnnsistingo a single preparation, it is applied without trotJldo, rKEPATiKn tY B. P. HALL & CO, MM, I H. Sold by all Ie:.Icrs in Medicines. rOH ALL THE T0EM3 OF Scrofulous, Morrtirlitl, hrn lllootl IHflorricrs, K J- 41. l.c K,.0n.n tit t s"archinB and tborouaa k, blootl-puritier, is Sarsaparilla. Sold by all Druggists ; f 1, six bottles, 16. fel21vl An Illinois editor froze his cheek last week. Cold that will pierce a substance of adamantine solidity must be terribly embarrassing to a thermometer. Bismarck Tribune. Advice to Mothers. Are yon disturbed and broken of yonr rest by a siek child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at onoe and a get a bottlo of Sirs. Winslow's Soothing Hyrnp for Children Teething. Its value is incalculable. It will relievo the poor little sufferer immedi ately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is no niintake about it. It cures dysentery and diar rhoea, refrulates the stomaeli and bowels, cures wind colio, softens tho gnnis, reduceB inflam mation, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. Mrs. Winslow's Hoothing Syrup for Children' Teething is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nursoB in the United States, and is for sale by all drnggists through out the world. Trice 25 cents a bottlo. feb21-yl-gprico "Why don't we have any pudding nowdays?" said a boarder to his landlady the other day. "Because," was the answer, "I am trying to make both ends meat." Womon Who Snil'cr Those Terrible Headuchcs. I nsed '"Fsvorlte Remedy" for thoso severe sick-headaches I spoke about, and it has entire ly cured me. You may use my name, if you ahoose, among those who so freely testify lo the value of your medicine. I owe the resto ration of my wonted good health to "Kenne dy's Favorite Heinedy." Karall J. Woodruff, Nuwburgh, N. Y. The above is one of many letters of the kind received by Dr. David Ken nedy, of lloudout, N. Y. fcb7w2 A pearl weighing nearly 200 grains has lately been found on the line of the Panama Canal. One Moiiiciiit, I'loiise. When Winter 1b passing Into hammer, nd Hummer into Winter again, your health should bo especially looked to. The humors which have accumulated in poor blood should be cleanned away, and your system toned np guard against bilious fever, or other Mickness peculiar to the change of season. Dr. llavid Kennedy's "Favorite Remedy" will do this for you. Get a bottle now and begin using It at once. A long tit of sickness and a long doctor's bill may bo tho penalty of in gleet. If your druggist hasn't it, write to the Doctor, at Hon dout, N. Y. Trice il. feb7w2 By rubbing a cat's back in the dark you can see the electricity fly, aad when the cat claws your hand you can feel the shock. For three years, Mr. It. C. Wright, of Oaston, N. C, has been an intense sutferer from llheu matisui. ilis friend, J. A. Warwick, of Peters burg, V'., wiftesi "JJefore the first bottle of Athlophoros was tinule '1 ho was able to walk, and now goes about all ovep Ills f.irni." In this case, which the frluuds of J)t. VUB't rcr gttrded as denperrtte, a test was made of -thlo-phoros. It surprised friend and patient by lis prompt and thorough action 011 the blood aud diseased parts, and won tho emphatic opinion that it was truly a spocitic for rheumatism. Insurance publications state that the losses by firo in the United States last year aggregate iQj.oao( " 1 1 Infants and Children What (rivt our OTifMren rof cheeks. WtuilcunM tucir even, uihk thorn alp; "I'll ( (i.lorlru Wrtou i'ubfoa frvt, and err by turns, Wirnl uui u CuUc. kiiiB Lht-ir u orms. l:nt 'nm.)rii, . WliKt quickly cutvn ConHt.tf.u-mu, tjour bUuiiu.-!!, Cuids, ludij;' -i i n : liiil 4'mrorlrt, Farewell Uien to Morphine fcyniim, l t'lj and I'mi-goi-io, ai -i :.lir...tr; SI IS "U I IIIHII li MHIIIH I Mil 1 1 f Kolut cure for Ukssuatlia, prlHH, 13 urns, Ga.ll. &c, and aa La tan tareeous Paiiu-reliavar. V Aycr's THE GREAT Wl DIO LEWIS. His Outspoken Opinion. The rcry marked testimonials from Collega Professors, respectable Tbysieisns, and other gcntlsmen of Intelligence and character o tht value of Warner's SAFE ClHK, published In tho editorial colmnns of our best newspapers, have greatly surprised me. Many of these gentlemen I know, and reading their testimony I was impelled to purchase somo bottles of Warner's Safe t'nre and analyze it. Desidrs, I took some, swallowing three times the prs scribed quantity, lain satislled the medicine is not Injurious, and will frankly add that if I fonnd nivself the yictiui of a aerions kidney trouble I should use this preparation. The trnth is, the medical profession stands dared and hclplen in the presence of more than one kidney malady, while the testimony of hun dreds of intelligent and very reputable gentle men hardly leaves room to doubt that Mr. Ft. H. Warner has fallen upon one of those happy discoveries which occasionally bring help to suffering humanity. 16doc81y8too The single young women of Blount ville, Tenn., have organized with a motto, "Total abstinence or no hus bands." We hope the ladies will quit drinking no and get married. Bo 1 Ion Courier, Tho 24th Annual Catalogue of the Miami Commercial College, Dayton, Ohio, will be sent free on application, febl3w2 Repentence without amendment is like continually pumping in a ship without stopping the leak. SCHOOL EXAMINERS. THE Board of SehoolEiamineraof Highland oonnty give notice, that examinations of Applicants for Certilicates will take place in tbe Hillsboro Union Hcliool building on the first fleturrifiy of evei-y month, and on the third Sat rday of Fobniarr, March, April, Angnst, Hep kimbcr and October. The Examination tt prescribed by law li 60 oontB. By order of tlr Bout. aul3yl E. G. RiflTH, ClCTl. ITL H! Hi1. O "XT jL JLm CHARLES INGEERAND, has removed his Daily r.leat Harket NORTH HIGH STREET. A Few Doors South of vhe Masonic Temple. FRESH BEEF. VEAL, MUTTON', TOI1K. HACS AGE-MEAT, HAMS, 4o., Of the Tery best (inality, and at prices as low as any other establishment. t3"8 tores and families snpplied wit fresh Bologna. A continuance of public patronage solicited CASE paid for GOOD CATTLE AND 11008 marlGtf Scioto Valley Eaibray TI333 TABLE. In Effect Nov. 18th, 1083. THE SHORT LI1TE TO ALL POINTS North and South, Kant find Southeast, West and SorthrrcHt. SOUTH AMD EAST. NO. 2. NO. 4. NO. 6. Haily exeept Daily except Sunday. Daily. Bnndav. Lve Columbus, Arr Ashville. . 20am i 20pm H 85 3d o 13 5 40 6 40 8 00 9 20 10 10 10 35 Circleville 41 Lve. 8 80am 7 27 8 45 " Chilhcothe " Waverly " Portsmouth... . " Haverhill " Irouton 11 Petersburg " Ashland " Catl'sb'g..C.AO " Hunt'g " " Charleston, ' " Kanawha Fls" " Clifton i "ge ' " Stanntoe, " " V. M, Juno. " " Charlott'svT " " Ulchmond, " 40pm fin 60 10 20 55 20 15 1,9 84 U 55 10 0$ 10 45 11 20 1 Odam 3 25 10 65 1 10pm a uo 8 15 6 80 8 10 7 10 8 55 Lve V. M. Jo. V.M.Ily Arr vt asu on " lialtim'reP.R.B. " Philadelp'a " " New York " 3 00am 6 80 NORTH WEST. NO. 1. NO. 3. NO. 5. Paily eacept Sunday Paily. Lre NewYork.P.ll.R, " Philadelp'a " " Baltimore " " Washingt'n " Arr V. M. Juno I.ve Richiu'nd C.40. 8 80im 11 55 3 2Hpni; 5 10 9 00 4 30 8 60 9 00 II (iharlnttesv. V. M. Juv. ' Hlauiiton ' Clifton F'ge " " Kanawha it " Charleston " ' Huntington " " Cattlesbui'K " " Ashland " Petersburg . . . . I ronton l IU,:.l(jl " portHUioi'ith '. '. . " Wavoi ly " Chillicotho " Circljville " Ashville 10 10 12 i.'min 7 60 9 80 9 24 9 85 His,,, 45 Lve. 4 45pra 4 65 6 10 fi 10 8 lib Aff. 10 05 10 15 2 55 ft Id 4 I," 5 27 6 40 7 45 8 07 9 00 10 85 11 V5 12 lepili 1 65 2 60 3 1'j 1 05 tlOtlBC'I'lMWU, At Ooluiubus Ull P. C. SJt. L. h'r. H. St. A P., O. O. U. 1. Wj, 0. A. A (I. ft, H U u. rt. it., u. v. u. u., u. u. V, l. fl. L b. 4V. K y. At Circleville with C. 1 M. V. Div. T. C. A Ht. L. It y. At Chillicotho with C. W. A 11 Tl II T , C. 4 Ot. Ij. IV. II. At Waverly with O. 8. R. R. ' iol,;,:';:;th with Poitsuiouth branch 0. W. 4 li. li. II. SIU 111,;. I riv.,r-,.. - At u-oniou w:;n Ii.jii tl. 11. hi: ( 1'., ii. 1 L. It. 1'.. ' " ,rr ' ' " - ' At Aslilaud with K. L. A n S 1! It ri,, . t O. K. It.. t.hatti-..i lly and A. C. i if "li 'li' For fiirtliur ii.fiirmsmm 'relaiivn to -j. ooniicoii.ii.s, ami tiini.Hh time, cull l yoWr Ticket Aguut or addivss JNO. J. ARCHI'U, General Ticket and Pass. Agent. W. I.AKD, Iko. Hkinm.ii, Travoliug Pa,. Ag't. hiiperinu iuU lit toliluibuH, Ohio. Jjlaif of