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THE INDIANA STATE SEI&T1N EL, -W EI)NESD Al- MAY 24,1882.
SINGULAR, SUICIDE. HoiV a Koninntic Younjj Couple Souir bt to End The Cares and Tribulations of Tliis Cold, Cold WcrlJ. They lio to a ülooniy Grote ia Johnson County Where the Youth Succeeds ia Shuffling off this Morial Coil "While In the Fond Embrace of His Sweetheart. The Qirl Llre to Once Again Wrestta With De.tb. Sensation very scarce for moW-hs past hare been articles in this market, the watchful reporters teing unable to unearth anything that bore eren a likeness to a sen sation. This stats of things was hanged yesterday by he report ttat a young ouple had tnysteriously disappeared from the city on Sunday. It was whisrered about rmong thn friends of the couple that it "wis more than likely that they bota might 3uuflle off this mortal coil. The eeorters were soon on thexlert and if a short time had cleaned aTi tbcacts that7ere known in thecase, whrck are as follow: Saturday night Henry -C. Hilscmeier rent ta the livery stable of W. O. Tattersoion Court street and hired a horse nd buggy, which he said he wanted to use from !) o'c'ock Sunday morning until (i o'clock in tae evening. He paid for the rig ;and went away. On Sunday morning, shortly after 8 o'clock, he called at the stable and was iven the team. He vras aecorapanied bv a xirl, aed about nineteen, named Ella Wenning, whose mother and istprs reside on Delaware street just South of Washington. There was nothing stranue about- the actions of the young peo ple, and as they remarked they were going to a picnic, nothing more was thought about them by the livery men. Yesterday morning aVjut 10 o'clock Mr. Patterson received a telegram from Whiteland, a little village on the J., M. and I. Itoftd, a few miles eat of Frankiin, Juhnson tVMtnty, saying that a horse and buggy lud been picked up there that was thought to be long to him. As the only team that was missing from the stable was the one had by the young couple, Mr. Patterson at once visiied the mother of the &irl, who, up to this time, had not become t:Ky about the absence of her daughter, thinking that she had returned from tie picnic and gone to the house in the nor' hern portion ot the city where she wa employe! as a domestic. Ween she heard about the finding of ll-j rig she became sutitcwh&t uneasy, but said she supposed that the young folks had ran away to get la.imo i in a coition of the State where the VI folks could not interfere. A yonv.sf-r sifter of the girl said that before Klia had loft on Sunday morti in2 she (Kli.i) had iven her a trunk full of clothes-, saving thut slie would not netvi then any more. This brought to the r.ieniory of Mrs. Wit uing that on Sunday morning, just p.fter I he couple hail left tlic hsue, sae picked up a scrap of paper in the hall uion whicn had been written 1J the young man what disposition u make of his watch and chain, a ring he wore upo:i his linger, if his i!:u Jiorrr should be found during the next four tr,s. This was all th. information that could "be thrown upon the mysterious disappearance of the couple, asxl all that was left for Mr. Patieraoa to t was to bo to Whiteland ant uet his hor?e and bugzy. This he did, leaving on the 4:10 J., M. und I. train. Shortly before 5 o'clock a young woman, d retted in a neat black cashmere dress, which was besmeared with mud, whose features were haggard and who Ijoked tue very picture of woe, arrived at the foot of the steps in wh'ch the Wen ning family reside. She went up stairs and knocked on the door, which was opened by lUra. Wei nip g, who-e astonishment can be surmised upon beholding her WA1TVRD (ilCL, whom shend not seen since an early hour on Sunday. Thegiri threw her arms aVoitt her mother's neck nd criel "MOTHET, C AM TOISOXED," :and dropped to the floor in an almost un- conscious conditioK. The -City Dispensary was at once noticed of the girl's condi tion, and Dr. Colbert was scon :n hand, with his ever ready stomach pump, but the deadly drug had taken such a hold that it wa.i of no ue. He then applied all the remedies known to .the profession, and won had the pi?! able to talk. A Sen tinel reporter had arrived by thid time, and to him the girl made KEC WT.VrSMENT. Irer conversation was in broken sentences, which was caused by the erlecUbf the drug, and it was with much dilacult" that she was able to talk at all. The first tbia,"j she said was, "tie is dead; he died in my arms." After saying this she fell A3leep and it wassorne little fine before the doctor was ahle to crease her. He how ever "y shaking acid coaxing her, was able to get her 'awv.ke enough to tell the - ad story of how ona soul had been waited av-ss the river or Jordan, and Low near Uwr own had came to making the dark tad mysterious voyage. She sail: "I have kno.vn Milgemeir about iwo or inree ni ictus. i Decacae nc- quainW. with himwüilel ifas waiting on the table at the jTames House on ..Alabame street. IL: has ben poiivx with 17 rje prettj- regu'arly drin-; this time, ile has told me i.hathehad .some trouble :ith a ::x nirucd Mairde before he knew me. And that Ik Vit. I dit ou: of it had often iL&tendsi to kill Jiiro all in my power to talk him but be ouid teep s;in; tha he woti!d kill hitae!f. He never tad Jov to me or asked meta be hU wife. We just liked ech other, that was alL On -Cat-urdty nigat 4e had a talk and mtide up cur xninca to rrix ocR.sa. "We talked blie mutter over andtl.ouglitiU best t o ou in the cou&try ani. commi: the tk?d. On Sunday rcosniDg tie came in a buszr to the kout? where, 1 was w-irking, acid I got in with Mm ami ! we drove down h-ve to my mother's, and I ivc uy sister my trunk and clothing. We ti-.;u drove thout town until noi,, Wi-fi we purchase! ew cents" rfh of tiudanum, and ttarted fdutli on tlv road Uauing out Mervlian treet (the TLreN'jtCK road). We drovedown pat Oreenwx), nd after getting mtue kit railes souta of ttiere we alighted from the km:?)' and started the horse hiward t!ie city. IVe then vent iiita the woodü, lay down a.id drank each half of the laudanum. We then clasped each other about the neck and WAIT EI rOKjDEATH, bnt the drug we had taker was not strong enough, and after waiting for several hours and it not taking efl'ect we went to sleep. Yesterday morning we arose quite early and walked back to Greenwood, went to a drug store and purchased tvrenty five cents' worth of laudanum, and then went about half a mile south of that town into a dense grove and prepared to die. He swallowed half of the i tlrucmd handed" rue the remainder, which 1 drant.- In a lttle while be became stayid, and laying his head in ray lap, asked me to kep him awake, ooi mal was impos sible. - He then askfd rue to kiss him, and then be died. I remained with hira about a quarter of an hour when I became sleepv, and thinking 1 was dying U:o, I started and walked home. It was right hard work. I do ret. want to live; lean not give yon any reason fcr wanting to kill myself. I thought that if he killed himself that I would too, and I w ill." The girl, alter telling the above story, . was put to walking by the Iocor to u to keep her alive. The family of the bov ' wai at one notified, a? were, the men in Sanders it Keeker's' furniture establishment, where Hilperueir, who is but seventeen years ofape, i8employed as an apprentice. In dertaker Herrmann was employed to go after the body, and shortly after C o clock he left in search of it. THE GIRL MAGGIE. The Sentinel scribe at once hunted up the cirl rtacrsie. referred to by the Vennin rirl. he was found at a boarding house, .No. NO South lennessee meet, where the is employed asa domestic. She rave her name as Mapraie Eonan and said she was fifteen years of age. W hen told of the suicide she was very much excited. She said she had been goinjr. with the vonne man for a year. That he lmd always been kind to her. that she never knew of him and her having any trouble; that a week ago he visited her while intoxicated, and that she scolded him for it; that he was wearing her rinu. and that she never knew of any reason why he wanted to take his life. THE 150 DT FOUND. Mr. Tatterson returned with his horso and buirirv at 1 o'clock this morning. He said when the undertaker arrived in Greenwood and told what the girl had said that a crowd went with him in search of the body. After looking a little while the DEAD BODY of the bor was found behind a stack of cord wood in a prove about half a mile south of Greenwood. That there was some trouble about removing it without the con sent of the Coroner of Johnson County, which had not been given when he (ratter son) left. THE BOY is spoken of by all who knew him as hard working and ot a very Kinu ais position. lie left home seven months nco owine to trouble with his step father, andjhas since been boarding at Kentucky avenue. THE URI.. who was with him at the time of his death, is nineteen years old, of fair looks, and but little elucation. She has for the past live years been employed in dif ferent families as a domestic. THE UNDERTAKER 8 ETI KX. Shortly efter '1 o clock this morning l n- dertaker Herrman returned without the body, as the Coroner of Johnson County re fused to let him move it. It wa3 rumored last nisht that a warrant tad Iven sworn out against the cirl for her part of the allair, but the police knew noth ing about it, -INTERVIEW WITH A SOLDIER. Senator Voorheea, Congressman Mat- son, Arthur, Harrison. Chancing to fall in with C. F. Dobson, of Owen County, a Sentinel scribe found him to be a very .pleasant and well informed gentleman. Learning that returned from Washington, conversation took p'see: he had lately the foilowin Iteporter How long was you in Wash irigtun? Answer I went t'e'e tie Tin of Decern ber l ist, and left tho Kith of May. Jieporter V hat was tue object oi your visit there? Answer To secure the passage of a special act for a pension which was debarred by the statute of limitation. llcporter was yoti oviccessful in this en terprise? Answer Yes, sir. Importer Thro:?gii whose instruraen talify? Answer Through Senator Yoorhees and Congressman Maston, of the Fifth District, In aldiiiouto the professional assistance which they rendered, they showed me every attention in a social way, a thing they al wave oo for an Indianian who visits W.s'a ineton. Reporter How is Senator Yoorhees re rarded in Washington'? A us -Ter From wl.at I couldobsr rve there is more respr t taid to him on the tl r of ttie Senate than o any man there. When he rises to speak hecotumandsthe closet at tendon of any member of that btnly Iteprter What irapresiou is Congress man jlaston makini;: Answer lu the CoDioiutee :ooni and in the House he is taking a high rank. Iieiorter What are the chances of his election? Answer He will be lected by a larger majority than before. He deserves this honor because of hi attention to the claims of the soldier?. He now has more than 400 claims oa his books which he is lookin? aftr. Keporter What are your impressions of 1'residect Arthur? Answer lie seems to be a careful man. but 13 derertnined to carry out the pnnci pies of Stalwart ICecubiicar.iJni. lie is liked socially, as he iveer refuses to see any one, and meets them with a hearty shake ot ti e hand and a kind word. JIis entertain jneiU6 are more elegant than any which unre txen given in Vtashtnton for many yers. I!eiorter What is the opinion in Wasn ineton concerning the political outlook of Indiana? Arswer The feeling is that the Demo crats will carry the - State and gain two or three Congressmen. The Hepublieans are ev.Iently concerned about the ludicatiotis. 8 eiorter uia henator Harrison aid you any in securing the pa-jsge of your bill? Answer If he did I never learned of it When I called u?on him he plead an in p' rut ensa.merit and could uot talk wich me. He said 1 might send hun the r port of the Committee. In company with two Kntlomen, I went to the Senate restaurant aod fwAnd hir tating his lunch, Aid learned that tii.3 was toe pressing enaienient which preveirVid hM.tsisting me. When Indiana Keptikiisans want a favor tley go to Senator V oorhec Inste&d of Harrison, who w cold and phiematie, while Yoorhees is warm I the Kiloourn ju!"nient for false imprison merit, tte iade remarked that the counsel in the cat1 1 Yoorhees) had had an undue ricflnence with the Jury, meaning that he 4 ad carried them by his persuasive powers, in IgreiwiTtCampalpi. IMlrdiijfau Qty Dispatch.J The Committee are to be congratulated upoo selecting Atlay-ta advance of the Ue- puMvcaa Convention, which will meet Ail gust V, lor we beiieve sich action means a sharp and agressive campaign. The demo cratic tarty now have it in hand to place their urn-mow eucuiies ujiuii lue utrieiiive, a posi tion that the Democratic party have occupied too many years for their own goord or success. There is no gainsaying the fact that the question of prohibition will be tn import ant factor in the coming campaign, and while the Republican party will attempt to ßtraddle the issue, we believe that the Demo cratic party will take the position that the question should be submitted to the people this fall, and thua let them decide through the election of thetr representatives whether they want prohibition or not. X UlUVE-KOBBER'S FATE. A Young Physician of Syracuse, Si. , Found Near Cemetery, and Mad in HU roaneitiilon the Implements Used by Ilody fcnatchert. ispedal DIpatca to the Chicago Trfbune.l Syraccsk. X. Y.. Mav IS. About G o'clock this morning a man was found wounded and bleeding in a semi-conscious state in a medow owned by William Moore, just east of the County Poor House and adjoining the Cemetery grounds attached to the County institution, situated about three miles souta of this city. By his side lay a sack contain- ing a bottle of whisky, out oi wnica uue drink had been taken, a carthook, a long piece of rot, a dark lantern, a bit, stalk and screw-driver, and other implements used in body-snatching. He was discovered by an inmate ot the county House, and as there were signs of life, assist ance was procured, and he was conveyed to tke Institution. Dr. Pease, of Syracuse, was summoned, who arrived shortly after, recog nized him as Dr. Henry Vt. Kendall, jr., a prominent physician of this city. An ex amination disclosed the fact that a bullet had entered the head and penetrated to the brain, there, being a cerebral discharge. Uoth eyes were swollen ana oiooa was oozing from his mouth. The physician con cluded that his condition was critical, ana made no effort to probe for the ball. In bis clutches was discovered a dirk-knife and two revolvers, one of which was fully loaded, and the otner showed signs of being rececently discharged. Kendall was uu conscious, and was unable to explain me manner in which he received bis death-wound. Dr. Pease instantly sent word to his wife, who resides on Gencssee street, in the most aristocratic quarter of the city, and she hastily respond ed to the summons. His mother, si.-ter, and a number of physicians also arrived at the County House this morning, ine neea is shrouded in mystery thus far. The rest of the field where the man was found u a freshlv-sown oats lot To the west of it. on a raise of ground, is the Poor House Ceme tery. Between the meadow and tne oatneia is a fence, over which Kendall had jauiiwd, and about forty feet from the fence is the spot where he fell one-third the dis tance to the cemetery, mere is a iresi: waiTon track through the oattield, and with it whits of a man s leet, as inougn ne i;au led the horse to the fence. Oneof Kendall's shoes was taken this morning and laid into the tracks bv Coroner Knapp, who thinks thev fitted exactly. The Coroner also fol lowed the wagon rats across tue ueiu to an opening in the ience. tie lounu mi un horse bad evioentiy Deen anven in irom Oadauo Hill. There is still another track leading from the fence between tne meaaow and the oattield to the road, which passes trx Sidit Kock Drewer?, inaicating that Kendall was not alone last nijrht. The n-it-stion now l?. who waswnn mm, ana . i to whom did the nors8 ueiong: one of John Sch lineman's cardswas found in the satchel which lav near tne unfortunate advptti.sim? a liverv business at o. 47 Vvs-st Fayette street, but this is a placeiwnicn ' T. ... i Schun?man is not running now. on tn h.irk of this ca:d were the words. "De shure at s o'clock." It was thought that the card mitht cive some clew as to the owner of the horse which Kendall evidently u seil last night, but at 47 Weit Fayette fctreet is noth ing but a boarding stable, and when the nromietor was asked to-day if he had let i . .... ...... i borsc out last nigiiwue repuou mat ne nan no hordes to let. 1 bere are several theories. Several days ao a tuau died at the County Houre of a teciiar disease, tne certincate having been tiled in the Ci'.y Clerk's on'ces yesterday. It is supposed tliat Dr. Kendall, in CJm;any witn several oiiiers, proceeaea to the cemetery with the intention ol ex burning the remains; that, upon arnviin; there several students of the .deuicsl College beinn upoif tue same errand, mistook mm for a watchman and fired at him with tin above result, his companions Meeing throul fear and leaving him beind, supposing loat he was killed instantly. Another theory is ttuit he vas killed by relatives .f the man who. betir' stisniciotis that the subject was liable to be stoien bv physician", rema n on cuard for several s'icccsive nights. The next theory is that advanced by a relative oi the man, that he has been an opium eater for some tune, and that in a tit of mental abherr?.tiot), brought on by de-pendency and the use of the vile drug, he romruitte ßuicide. The matter has created contiuera We surprise among all classes of people, The voting man is only Iwenty-hve years cf age. line looking and well developed. He has been practicing several years, and enjoyed an exten she practice. He had a juaniA for body siiatchiiii' and has made it a part of hi- business in supplying subjects to a number or students, ot whom tntre are many in Syracuse. The fact that a Medical College exists in this citv is the cause that numer ous graves are robbed of their inmates. 1 is no uncommon occurrence to ascertain that a grave in the County Cemetery has been robbed, as developed from an investi gation of the Hoard of Supervisors about a ytarago, when it was ascertained that four I elies had bred dug up witnin two weeks. Notwithstanding the vigilance of the au thorities, no clue could ever be obtained of the authors of these depredations, although suspicions were numerous. Inis is tne nrst case discovered, and the community are horritied at the dreadful fate ot the promis ing young man. At a late nour to nignt Kendall was in a precarious condition, and his death i expected any moment. Sio lnr Ith Lav, iN'ttW York Herald. "You are charged with being drunk and disorderly," was Justico Smith's remark to John -Oliver, who bra-jed himself against the bar of the Jefl'ersoa Market Police Court yesterday. "Yer a liar!" John replied in a lusty voice. "A little rest and protection from tmpt.i tion is what you require," said His Hoi;or, kindly. "Av ye attempt to vierlate my liberty I'll have yer depose from the binch. Av ye'ie a wnrd to say agin me tay it and don't keep me here all day." "What's your business, John?"' "N'on v yours!" "Have you anything t.j sv for yourself?" "Yer a liar av ye say I was dhrunk!" "Two months o the Island." "Theiivil thank yer!" was John's reply as the ollicers pushed him back toward the prison. Harnt Her Heiler. C ley F. la wo. May 18. This afternoon the steamer Aniorican Kagle exploded her boiler when fifteen miles out from Sandusky and racing with IIhs steamer Jay Cooke. The fireman, F. Eettlev, was instantly killet!, And deckhand., F. Walter, fatally in jured. Engineer Johnson was badly scalded about the face aoid hinds. The tug Mystic towed the Kigleto Kelly's Island, the hull bx'pg uninjured. At the momeni of the ex plosion the Karia was attempting to sail R2M is the Co ike's bow. T? success of St. Jacobs Oil throughout the civilized wor d is without a parallel. Richmond (Ya.) Southern Plaster and Farnwr. "Itouclt 4tm Hats." . The iii'ivg desired found at la. Ask druggif for Hough oa (lata. It Hears out rats, mice, roaches, rlies, twdbugs. 15c boxes. Skinny Mea. Wells' IfIthItenewerAbsolutecur for nervous debility and weakness of the eener- ativo functiou: $1 at druggikii' : depot. Stew art A llarry. There Is no rtfurn of an eruption ban ished with Glenn' j5 od phur Hoap. Hill s Jlatr and bisker Dye. black or brown, 50c The Greatest Modert Discovery the dis covery of the Public that Hale's Honey of Horehound and Tar will cure a consump tive cough. . - l ike i Toothache Drops cute In one min ute. SPECIAL NOTICES. Forty Teara experience of aa Old Kurse Mas. 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TVirPAKED Trltfintit f nn'n::iHon from Crsnn- I diar. narloy Maut un.fr r :- Ii!, r oni Irn .I jj with Qt'ININK I . AUK, una v nrraii:ti ni-.ri-Ishiru:, HtMi' lu iiinif, Vi'.aür'i:".' itn.l fiirii'yi-i.T, v.. ..,.., ,f iiw.irH.-'.inc-i-i In linn nncl r:it l'r-j- d'uHüi? M:it.rl::l, t!;:in !i'l other f.nnn of li'.-lt t liit-dk-ini-. ! !:'M f M.ilt I!it;r rqi:;;! I i j nom it-bmrnl fifty i.ottlr vt la:r-r b- r, til.; o iv)rTT,w!iiU' l.vc f- i". t!u- lii-ot:.u- nracd . '-it I malt l'l'tors, v.h-.-li .lio " tontes' bitter.--," tic. R f ALT niTniTSl'MiMrpnuTthrner-.. ;s J VI -.ut ('r.r.r) nnj pnictl.ir nynUir.. tTl f". t.k- H-ti'Vi, i. k 1w :iJ i '.u i-ols. J rr-.tion, dviH,j-b. t : ic l.i.i ui:i tIii-j-- '-- : 1 cocfl , r;-?!M!s;tln. tfww f t,,e kidwTS i 'lvtr i.iid tin:t"ry'or:ann, iiut ijUi"i.tir ry,iu: a j ml, p'r.viral r nerv... d.liiüty, dvLc.;e ft-na'e.;, y norsinK iin.üi'-ri, ;.rl Uk -.il. and every lonu . : 1 d-c!iu-, i' v .rc truly inarvell'rtis. E lV.t up Ii Cipmütn ounrt nivl rarm:itcl pr .-J ninowiuT. r-u-n.il by iIm ilnlt r.'.'.t. rC-mi:.:':..f Sc-U K.e.iwtiere. ilalt i:itt.r3 to., Tustia. LIVE AND LEARN. Experience ia n. Rwat tracher, and the lonter 79 live the greater experience we gain. Shoul J jrou bo a traveler, the eye will tc Gaily tek re in variety of fcccae, and the mind will be storing up knowledge gained by obwrvatior . The earne apt-lh-a to those who injty never have been twenty milt away from the villf.ee where they weie bon&; they have Rai tied l.y experience much nseftl knowleöiö. even In the limited sphere of thefr existeo, hkh.tlme and obp;rvaiion alone euuld instil into ttiel: minds. Like the little etiZd who got 1U fingers burnt by playing with the ire, and who.e experience Uught it to avoid the 5re ever afterwtrdg fjr its own welfare and ha,p!n. we all live and lesrn. The great aecret Is to Ute advautago of the knowledge we gain, and pnt It to a uceful parpose. Uuforlu cat'y :ere are many who in Is the substance and grasp at the Ladow; there aw others again, however, who take advanUe of knowledge gaintd, and put it a practical use. In this category are thone who have used Dr. Tbonraa' Electric Oil, whether for Coujrha. Coldg, Aslhma, Khetimatlxm, NeuralKl. and other aliment'. Eiperience has tancht them It never fails In any CHke. and they fly to it agalt' with a confidence that la never xnplaced. W 1 ft St E i' MEDICDsE vikw POINTY SAW MILL. Guaranteed to cut at the rate of 4,000 feet of lumber horse power engine. Also Plantation and Standard twenty, twenty-Eve and thirti horse power Egle EAGLE MACHINE WOKK.S, - Indinnnpolis, Ind. V" the Mccormick mi . i . . . uuovecui represents tne leaamg Belf-Binder of the times. The most popular, because tho most re iable. The lightest draft m . s durable and beet working It is not generally thought that there ie as great dif ference between the construction and vaJha of Uni-vootn! Tii.. turned out by different manufacturers as there is between buggies made by different companies; but there is quite as much diflcrenco. There aie Bxr ders in the market that ire dearer at $100 than a McCormick at $300. u-uuiiuica. a wine ojmaers noionty possess every valuable binner iovea tion known to date, but they are constructed in the most substantial man j ,no m"enai is all selected with great care by experienced buyers, and the workmanship is of the most thorough character. McCormick machines are not "thiown together" by boys ou piece work," as is the yuM wim low-pncea mcmne8; out xuj, uiuuy ui wnoa nave Deen witn tne Comrny upwards of twenty years, other manufacturers may claim as much, bot tho nroverbiai dum. bility cf tho McCormick machines our Bssemons. a macnine or inferior waten. and construction, when covered with putty and naint. makes a deCtfTlti Vt3iirT .ivanre Va-rmara weigh well what you aro doing before yon allow tho Drioe to determine your clioicoof a machine Fifty doDais saved on the first, cost may ba more tt an swallowed up the first ssason by b .:-. ujres and vexatious and expensive aoiays. State Agent 1C7 and 1G9 East : 1 l!.ivc Ued lm. llATT: !:a tWMntv-Hv oyOi.rlu Illvf.lOiiie. Ii.iVO lictF fiilmii Jirhii 7f, Xoc of An-n- tltt; J'rostrfTttnn of f 'ifntl J rnprrs a:vl JmvtttrneeJ 1 YF-V:r.ifV' s lr.ov Tfjv'f 1 ).-nrrlsnedron.U:lonoft.,eMi:,hi,i.V? t .wee that have b4iü l s..iat t( our ru.t omir.er.t vir. sicia:..1;. have yielded to t Iiis pvat and lni-on pir 7. i'i", it 1 1 - . i J 7i- t. A-. r ' "".v ''M pr?pruon iuwm. In lu-?. su.-li a cntnnound t3 l)a. lUlLH t W.IOM.- I.-, a i:.. h r!; . i :- i:-v fni.-tli-,.. JJK. RUUÜiT SA5ft KlA .' . .T. '-''?.'l: V''.'. -'li: 3101 Vr.sh Avenr. t-todifl-ßtigevrifii! if, ft tffifc? b fiZl77J9 W riftA h it cppUcaK to ticnrrcll 1? Jj f . DfJJ rAÄi K.r.rirftsii,iLU BT lKc Q?i. HAKTEN MSDICE COa, 213 f). KAU ST ST. LOUIS. L - IT 1 Kl FAIRBANKS1 STANDARD SCALES, THE HANCOCK INSPIRATOR. , FAIRBANKS & COMPANY, 20 South Meridian Street, Indianapolis. t$P IF3 feWS' hm' Kslical Isstituts Chartered by the State of Uli- 't oo':s far :c fxpress purpose of giving immediate relief In (.11 chronic, urinary and private diseases. Gonorrhoea, Giest . -r ijr and bypnius in il tneir com 'i'pfr pilcated forms, also nil dis eases ot the bkin and mood promptly rehc-.'ed and per mancntly cured by remedies tested in a J-'orlif Yrttr' CÄ-aÄ StHfial i'rarttn: Seminal Weakness, Night Losses by Dreams, Pirrsp'.es on the Face, Lost Manhood positively cured. I'hfre is no rjrjterimrnthtfj. '1 he appropriate remedy is at once used in each case. Treatment by cor respondence if a visit to the city is inconvenient. Medicines Kent by lb:l and Express. No m:irl.i on package to i ndicate its contents or sender. Send l(tc for book: Lost Mancood Regained. Large re vised work 2."c. ttii" All Vomtultatioii and i'otnmuH IratiuH n ivil if Con1 Jfnlil. i,J IIM WISE Or MfflELIOS.ÄÄg for Diseases cf the Kidneys, rrequcnt Urination, Female Weakness, Leucorrhcea and Painful Men struation. $2.00 per ouart bottle; G bottles for 10. ihm ras of rcfs, is; ffaara Nervous Debility, Lost Energy, Imprudences cf Youth or later Years, Wasting Diseases, and Dys pepsia. $ 1 .(0 per quart bottle; 0 bottles for ."..00. tlVPS'VMPTV'P C!M C Compounded of Root' JAÜ&i itW.U i ill Ö. nd icrbs. Thcyact likeacharm upon the debilitated Nervous System, invigorate the Generative Organs, and radically and permanently remove all immediate and re mote effects of exhausted vitality, caused by im prudences or excesses, f 1.00 per box; 6 boxes for if-ä. 00. Sent by mail, sealed, on receipt of price. o. 204 Wcshlnsrton Street, Clilcajro, III. r1ANLYsv tl C O R, RESTORE SUKlm<.CitM-ioBjiti.O. PAY AFTER CLHE Flouring-Mill Machinery MillandElevatorContracta ' MASUrACTVEK Xnn.Sionr a,l Mill er, jioiier juafecr. Contracts male to buill new i4 and remodel old ones. SINKER. DAVIS & CO... Indianapolis, Ina i m " . sr Mm, - A or in ten hour, with an ordmsryten or twel- yize SAW MILli: eirnt, ten. twlre. fiftett' Portable Engines, and the ' OsdUator Thresher." twine binder. .. are constructed by skilledmechan for half acoarury attests the truth of j c. HEY WO OD, "VTashineton -t . Indianapolis, Ind. (A rnmfnnatioH of JVo Itarkaiul Phonphorunin a jxilatable fomi. The tfuit mill not black) n the Iff tli, so chnrcteristie of othrriron ,rriwmif,Mji. nviVti t t.i rivi !ln rr-ni'Üi i'i il lli ir.i -r, i.'o ;KS.' -v W i -vvv'. iAi LS SEND US YOUR BUSI NESS CARD FOR TRADE LIST. D. LAKDRETH & SOHS, PHILASLPHIA. V7 1 ft 13 Tuo Only lino-cii KsaJ Crre. uzt: ...... . '- This cut represeals laymi; ovtr rou;;h boards our I 1 II I II I Li Velchtbnt fOonndi k 1"" qtiHre frtft, and It the cneiite't aud Ifchte-t Kvf tantcHi N put on. Ii (äti be Irtid by any o:.-. and is Huperior o all other ltKfinj for cheapness, flrerrovf qualities aud durahillry. Eelj'R t.i lir oe. very eWtic. aiH rtj(iiriLg no tar orfravel. Is strorgly recfim mendod uy architects, MrpuratloiiN, public insti tutions. Guilders and lediti mea lu all sections, for new steep or list roofs. Cai also be laid over Tery old hlngleB, with pltlve satisaetfon. WTJ not mell in hot weather, heda water rapidly, handsome finish. Is as nearly fireproof as it is pos sible to make any roofing:, and is aa durable as any tin roof Dud r aindlar ouudittona, Price, $3.25 per square 0f 10 by 10 feet. This includes everything complete for a New Roof. Scud for Circulars giving further particu lars; IXDIA51 PAIXT AID ROOFING COXPAST, INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Crrryrr a year and expense to agents. 3 O M I It free. Add a JP, t. VlcXery, Aug IS F5 R or TiTT iTiirn nnnriT Uli JUII U U I II I II I Iii I uurnm THE HU Buggy Company STILL LEADS WITH TKE LARGEST, In the World, Anrj set; the Best Biy cn the Glote for the money. Send fcr Catalogue and Testimonials if Huitfre-fJa cf Liverymen who have used them. Address COLUMBUS BUGGY CO,, Columbus; Ohio. TESTIMONIALS. Oer tkm?n Your hurries have given me tntlre ra'.Waf tio;i. both i-j nj le and durability. 1 haT used thera U-z the sst three ye. Yonrrent ltniri)VerufTit on rjd wpk''-S I oiieidcr iLe best iu tt e niKiku JA:C? H. KAM53URG. Frytloric!:, Maryland. Pear Sirs We have bupglcs ft your make that have ha In nw tnree -r, nid n bueey that Ave have that test tvace tie auouut ha tfxen better batlsiaction. JAMES H. ALEXANDER. Johnstown, I'a. Gcitlemen V e have vf the Columbu Bizj Ctirrpa'iy's work f r the 2it five yerssijd! conclltou'l y refr.mnu nd it as sttli-tlytirst-c! to Myle. mateiirt'. woricmaiibulo a:ni d;iMti tty. Your brpsi(. n:ve given better sitis'vci-.a than ry othtr mute of vehicle we havehadj line Kr llic- last tn j er. JfALMEK & WJIITTAKtP. Red fMi, Iowa. ' irentlemen It ?lv"f re? T-learvre t 1ate that I have bitn selling jur b:.j;es end rani-ite lot four ytars, aud can mi!e'y uw.nictKl L'.tia to any iue lu wtut oi a j':c,:;. or o-rrivge. Yo;;rs tul J." L. liEIBCLE. :aCi rnl, Illinois. ii!fe"r"ii WUh over fir.etn jen cxj-tri-i.c in b '.;l''u r buggtv-s. Wi?i-!i, etc.". 1 Lot hi-sl-rtt-;ln Fai':ij your buvv.- al Rtrrlacrs am sülotly first-cls In worknari:!;. rcaieiiHl. b(f tr('j-r;v:is, f.liinx a lona-fclt w?;t i.r a reliabia sräcie lUHtc-dii bo sold et price lower il-au anj orriiiuiry nmr.iificturer r-sn pioduov and Nell tn tbieiJy.U:j (,f werk at. Yuu:?. eic.. I. S KRICK. founetuti-iile. P. (icuilemen I hüve use-l your Brewtr Irte-tia bnuv;i'S forfonr ynr, tYctljtr w;;!t iit..if that cisi me f:'-0ftid ?:-r0, ai;d jmir !.ncil.- the first that weut out on account of Iteirg Mn-bar. t'otr have im: co?t me S5 for rcrwirs, snd tl: I have of your inake have j ifii .mJ 8a::s:'ac lion. I think. lost you n.:ke the cLeaWrt and bv-ct rund wMtoua tbat are fa-ta iu the VuivtQ jjta'.es for the mcney. Itopectfallj, P. M. HAMLIN. Lawrence, Kansas. Pear Sir We have been u-iu your buvrs fct thela-t four or five years, lhcy hsve nivtr. en tire satisfiction. I think they are the U bujl- gies mine ior me money. W. B. GK1MKS t CO., Llv rerymen. MhitenaU, lUiUois. Pear Sirs I hsve been ufIuk yur bugries and phtetons in my business for over thfe years, and cau cheerfully reoomuied yorwo:lr. Any bng gie.s that can stand tne wort iu a livery f.abie mwfet be of gxd ruaterial. aud as long as you iy tie the Ksrne yod material aud style as you i been doing 1 sall use no orhcr work t!i.it) ork of the Columbus Butt? Corapany.of C0I14 bu.s, Ohio. Very rerK.cifuliy. KAKNKsr BCRGDORF, Livery and Sak; tjiabla WashinprU-n, D. C. (ientlemen We have been handling your wot for two sc'so:iR. and have in every instance foul , your bnpik-a firt claw. We never have had -w, of your joos returned to us f-r repairs; neithei hsvewehad a einrie complaint on account ot woik rot Leinj" -erfectly stitactory. V ery iei-peciJuli v. U. I: BUCKLEY &. CO. Springfield, Illlaols. Dear Sir? As an evidence of ray appreciation of your buwfes whirb I have !een usiug for wmf lime in ny tivry. I inck-e orders fT more. Yonr pecu'ully, . . NEW. runvil:e, Va. Dsar Sir Your orr has i-.--t failed in a ulTig't titstatite to jrfve entire sa:if.;rtun, and prt-vea etju.-il f. prca'cr erL.erie:icie ihun yon claim fot It. We heart ;y rvi-umiid it h- iireririr f r thfl pi-etouny busv d wJ!-h v.e l.ave a iy knowl edge. Y.'iiis irtily, TiO.IA? A BRO. Boidwia. Miss Gent!" -llvl :c ycur tiigpio for eomt tc?. I fun ftartilj -r.y th.V kive tiitire SAtifefiO Ti.vi. A hr' !iver -t u 0: y fn u-ty huegy equal to in c,i!i. I k;.-w"'.f iwoof litem that V-v? N-en 1): :se iu years le t by men who ere very 1 tJ onvi, h;,o -lu- tiit.-ies at as good LilK- f-Jti-s, O. A. i AT LORD. Oo".tl.ci I bsv i;e. re-ltipcv !w ssvhijr that the liii;wu-f mi:iiufacMit-u irte Culunbug liut'gy t,rf pany are tl;e Nt wt-rk i--r tbe i rico I have siiy knoieüe of. In not a tingle titMar.ce has there leen any disss.tisfßction ou the pan o) any one of rcy customers. FRANK L. II ALL. Owensboro, Ky. , Pear Sir For the past two -yesrs we have use your busgie side by side with oder make 1 botii our stable, an 4 are perfectly satinnea wiU the FtrenjTh. dnrabi-ity aul worSrnaiiühip. con jire4 witli others. As "fut as our s'o kin liver is used up we .ball replace thf-m with your mal' ufcture, 'knowing from experience that it is best we caa d Rernec'fuliy, SWKET & FOLLAXSEEB Quir.cy, I1L GoLtleraeu Y'our bux- Ij ttis rctici of tliff owmtryare Riving i!rf ct fstlpfncion for Aar bility and flnlfch. As for style, they can uot be surased. I took first premium at two lairs last Fail with ono I had used four months, and had been washed. I presume, tweuty times, and etil! the painting held its 1ors. They are pronounced here as the finest buggies going. Very truly, T. if. BLOOD Madison, Lake County, Olilo. BUGGY MAHUFACTORY BRANCH SALESROOM: 68 West Washingtons A. W. JIADDEX, Hanageiv