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PERRYSBURG, : OHIO. Tun tendency tbo present tlmo In eonstructlnu oan steamers for fighU lag purposes Is toward greater size. Those of 8,000 to 0,1)00 tons aro becoin lug common. The croton aqueduct in New Yorlc surpasses ail modern engineering ef forts of this kind. Including commis sions and interest, the total cost of tlio aqueduct was f 12,500,000. The execution of the Lobol rifle, norr sod by tho IVcnch, is reported to bo soraothing wonderful as well na dread ful, as in Dahomey tho bullets passed through forest trees and hilled Daho mcyans behind them. WniTTiER's birthplace at Haverhill is io bo preserved. It is no longer in tho possession of tho family, but will pass into tho possession of tho city of Haver hill, which will toko good care of both tho house and grounds. Ir is now proposed by the proprietors f the great electric plant to bo shortly opened at Niagara Falls to string their wires COO miles to Chicago and Ecnd them a sufficient power to drive all tho machinery of the World's fair. Donixo tho first four months of tho current fiscal year tho pension pay ments exceeded tho payments for tho corresponding period of last year by $16,000,000. This means a total incrcaso tor tho current year of $48,000,000. i Tub immense amount of money spent Tsy tho duke of Marlborough's American wife in reinstating Blenheim from ruin to its former glory as a palace, is prob ably lost to her forever. It is not prob able that tho heir will make restitution, and tho laws of England glvo him tho entire estate. The most curious character on tho island of Borneo is tho white sultan or rajah of Sarawak. Ho is an English man, Sir Charles Brooke.and the United States is tho only nation that recognizes his sovereignty. He rules over a part of Borneo as largo as Iroland and his subjects pay tribute to him in rice. An inmate of an Armenian convent in Jerusalem died a short time ago at tho ago of 115 years. Tho official an nouncement of her death includes tho remarkable statement that she entered the convent at tho age of seventeen, and from that timo until her decease, a period of ninety-eight years, was never outsido tho convent walls. It has been urged by some practical electricians that it will be next to im possible for tho projectors of the Niag ara Falls electric plant to deliver a suf ficient power through COO miles of wiro between Niagara Falls and Chicago to run tho World's fair, that the resistanco on the wire would prove too great. They claim that tho number of volts in being urged through an electric wire decrease as the square of the distance increases. If tho decision of M. Bicard, tho French minister of justice, to prosecuto tho directors of tho Panama Canal Co. is carried out, says the Now York Sun, we shall witness ono of the most mem orable criminal trials of the century. Not only are tho fraudulent transac tions which are to bo investigated of extraordinary magnitude, but the list ef persons threatened with arrest in cludes somo names of remarkable dis tinction. Pbof. L. F. Blakd, of tho university of Kansas, in an article on "Safety from Electricity" says: "For buildings in cities, except churches and other high structures, rods, I think, are un necessary. Lightning seldom strikes in the cities compared with the country, one reason being that the many elcctrio wires telephone and telegraph and electric light are really safe-guards. A building is safer with such wires over it than without. In tho country, how ever, buildings may need protection." A cahefui. estimate of the aggregato wheat crop of Great Britain fixes tho amount at only 5U,0OU,O0O bushels, and it is claimed that the 88,000,000 peoplo of tho United Kingdom consume on an average six bushels per capita per an num. This makes necessary for the an nual supply not much less than 230, 000, 000 bushels. A shortage at once be comes apparent of not less than 175, 000,000 bushels. If tho grain houses of the United Kingdom do not contain this supply then it is ovident that tho Brit ishers must look to this side of tho At lantic for bread. CoNannss, at ita last session, voted, an appropriation to tho World's fair. It directed that tho appropriation should be paid in money made especial ly for this purpose, and should bo com posed of live millions of silver half dol lars, to bo coined at the mint, with a special design that should commemo rate tho four hundredth anniversary of tho discovery of America by Columbus. The world's fair authorities are now about to receive these coins from tho V. S. mint, which are offered for salo to the people at tho uniform price of $1 each. The ndvance demand has been great. BcroitTS from Europo show that chol era has not yet been stamped out In France and Austria tho plague sill has a foothold, and there is nothing to en courage tho hope that the frosts will end it Tho fact of immediate impor tance is that it now exists and tho dan cer that immigrants will bring tho disease to this country, if allowed to laud without careful inspection, contin ues. Extraordinary precautions aro advisable on account of tho World's fair, Inasmuch as all sorts of fabrics aro coming across tho water from every part of Europe, and in these tbo germs of cholera may be conveyed. The News Condensed, Important Intelligence From All Part. DOMESTICS. Ik the future tho Carnegie Company at Homestead, Pa., intends to treat with its employes as individuals. Each man employed is required to sign an agreement In which ho pledges him self to refrain from belonging to nny labor organization and to bo govurned entirely by tho rulos and regulations of tho company. Thk Order of Amitle, a beneficial organization In Philadelphia, has made au assignment It had seventy lodges, 8,000 members, and has existed four j'curs. Thk Kcystono bank robbers at Erie, Pa., who shot Assistant Cashier Koplor October 3, were sentenced as follows: John Courtney, fourteen years; Charles W. Hawlcy, seventeen years in the pen itcuttaiy. A bulletin from tho census office shows that out of a railway mileage for tho world of 370,281 miles tho United States has no less than 103,597 miles, or 41.18 per cent of the whole, nnd that the railway mllcago of tho United States exceeds by 3,403 miles tho entire mllcago of tho Old World. Miss Lola Uaiinktt and Mr. Kenne cutt, both popular young peoplo and engaged to bo married, fell through the Ico while skating near Nebraska City, Neb., and were drowned. John Voi.vosak was fatally injured and ins wife killed in a runaway near Nashville, 111. At the national assembly in Cham paign, 111., of the Farmers' Mutual Benefit association resolutions wero adopted favoring the free and unlim ited coinage of silver, a graduated in come tax and tho election of United States senators by direct vote of tho people. At tho close of their annual meeting in St Louis the Knights of Labor adopted resolutions favoring the re striction of Immigration to those with funds sufficient for a year's support; restricting the ballot to those who can read and write; and that money should be Issued by the national government only. On a kite-shaped track at Stock ton. Cat, Stamboul trotted a mile in 2:07J. Tills beats tho world's trotting record for stallions. The annual report of tho pension bu reau says there are 805,087 names of pensioners on the rolls, an Increase of 170,028 over the preceding fiscal year. Svi.VK8Ti:n CniTCiiLow, on trial at Pittsburgh for murder in the Home stead riot, was found not guilty. The Dubuque (la.) lumber mills have closed for the season. The cut of lumber, 00,000,000 feet is the largest on record in that city. A lumber camp near Marsh field, Wis., was destroyed by fire, and two men were cremated and three others terribly burned. Flames in the large furniture fac tory and salesroom of Otis Corbett in New York caused a loss of o00,000. Miss Linnv Miller, of Elkhart, Ind., and a guest, Miss Josie Franklin, of Middletown, were struck by an engine at a crossing near Elkhart and killed. Mns. Minerva Wkioht and John Hutchison while driving at Richmond, Ind., were struck by an electric car and fatally injured. Fulleh's livery stable at St. Joseph, Mo., was burned, and twenty horses, one a trotter valued at 515,000, perished in the fiames. The historical Unitarian church at Plj'mouth, Mass., was destroyed by tire. In tho belfry was a bell cast by Paul Revere in 1801. Ohio odd fellows have decided to build an orphans' home to cost about S75.000. Rodkrt GnitADiNO, an amateur bicy clist of Denver, Col., broke the world's track and road record for 5 miles by 45 4-5 seconds His time was 12:07. Flames among tobacco factorios and other buildings in Lynchburg, Vo., cnused a loss of $150,000. The Hotel Ziuzcndorf, at Winslow, N. C., recently built by tho Wfcst End Land Company at a cost of $140,000, was destroyed by lire. TiiitHE men and a boy were drowned at Lcwlston, Wash., by the upsetting of a boat Jonasen's jewelry store at Omaha was robbed of diamonds and watches valued at $10,000. At the leading clearing houses in the United States the exchanges during tho week ended on the 25th aggregated 51,108.(100.048, ugainstSI,3as,708,448 the previous week. The increase as com pared with the corresponding week of 1801 was 9.1. Thk vorks of the Michigan Forge & Iron Company at Detroit wero burned, the loss being $100,000. In the United Slates during the seven days ended on the 25th the busi ness failures numbered 203, against J10 the preceding week and 205 for the corresponding time last year. James Fox, aged 12, and John and Kennedy Cotton, 11 and 0 respectively, were drowned while skating on the Fox river nt Green Bay, Wis. Casiiikh B. J. Mautin. of tho Web ster bank at Eiipora, Miss., went into the vaults and helped himself to money and securities ranging from 815,000 to S50.000 and skipped. A PANTiiitn mudo its appearance at Hopkins' trading post in the Cherokee outlet and killed an Indian child in tho presence of its mother. Mai' Samh, a chambermaid, shot and instantly killed Capt Ransom Sampson at tho Planter's hotel in Cairo, 111., then fatally shot Sampson's bride, to whom he had been married but a week, and then shot herself fatally. Jealousy was the cause. Mish Aoxks BEP.ns poisoned her brother-in-law. Joseph Haundor, at St Henry, Minn., and then took her own life in the samo manner. Nc cause known. In a fiiu in a house at St Johns, Mich., Hugh Boyd and Mrs. Annlo Thompson, his housekeeper, wero fatally burned. Mr. Boyd was the oldcBt sir knight in the country. The thermometer registered 20 de grees below zero in portions of Minne sota and South Dakota. An explosion of gr.s caused by a leak In tho pipo in tho rooms of tho Whlto Dcntnl Monufaeturlng Company at Philadelphia injured nino porRonn und wrecked tlioeRtnliUsl'irient. It was fearod that forty-eight miners had perished from hunger and cold in thu mountains cast of Snohomish, Wash. In speaking of tho southern posts of the Grand Army of tho Republic Com mander Wclsscrt says colored soldiers must be recognized. The building of tho Indian industrial Rchool at Clontarf, Minn., was entirely destroyed by ttro. Tun forthcoming report of A. B. nop burn, the comptroller of the currency, shows that the number of banks in operation October 31, 180-i, was 3,788, having an aggregate capital of 003, 808,045 and total resources of $3,510, 094,807. Tho circulation outstanding shows a net increnso for the year of $10,487,220. The residence of A. 11. Austin, treas urer of Harrison township, O., was en tered by burglars, who blow open tho safe und took $1,500. The Northern Pacific overland ex press was hold up at Hot Springs, Wash., by three masked men who re lieved the passengers of cash to the amount of $1,500. "The Breakers," tho elegant and costly summer residence of Cornelius Vanderbilt at Newport R- ! with its valuable contents, wore burned, tho loss being $-100,000. Dispatches received from various parts of the United States indicate a genoral observance, In the usual man ner, of Thanksgiving day throughout the country. A whirlwind swept over California, carrying destruction in its wake. In the harbor at Han Francisco a dozen vessels were destroyed nnd orchards in the interior of tho state wero ruined, causing a loss of over $500,000. All towns in Ohio using natural gns were greatly aroused over the unmis takable evidence that the supply was slowly failing. A fibe that started in the cigarette factory ovfncd by Valos & Co. at Havana, Cuba, caused a loss of S150,0d0. Uknuv Banks, a colored farmer at Clarksville, Ark., who had been absent from home, returned and found his wife talking to Joseph Perry, a neigh bor. Banks pulled out a razor and literally carved them to pieces. Foun men lost their lives by tho cap sizing of a boat near Newberne. N. C. Ten business houses at Dunkirk, Ind., were burned, the loss being S100.O0O. Shehii-f McGinnis, of Gordon coun ty, Ga., was killed while attempting to arrest two desperadoes at Plainville. Tho criminals. Jester Scott and William Morrow, were lynched by a mob. The secretary of the interior trans mitted to the seeretar3' of the treasury the estimates required to pay pensions for the next fiscal year. The sum of $100,831,350 will bo necessary. Thk treasurer of the United States, E. 11. Ncbeker, in his annual report says the total receipts for the year were ?7S5,401,200 and tho expenditures $CS4,019,2t9. Of the aggregate stock of money at the end of the fiscal year $771,252,313 was in tho treasury and mints, leaving $1,003,081,730 in the hands of tho people. Tho holdings of tho trcasary increased $50,000,000 and the amount in circulation $100,000,000 during the year. In the heat of passion Kate Green, a colored woman at Louisville, Ky., killed her 10-year-old daughter because sho told a lie. The trial of Trof. Charles A. Brigga, of Union seminary, on the charge of heresy, was begun by the presbytery in New York. A consensus of opinion of tho members-elect of the Fifty-third congress on the question of an extra session shows that seventy-two favor it seventy-eight nre opposed and thirty-eight are non-committal. Thk lumber firm of Bills & Koch at Toledo, O., has failed for 5150,000. Alice and Clifford Vessey, the former 3 and the latter 0 years of age, wero burned to death by a fire at their home in Chicago. James Stone and William Blaken bhip were arrested near Auniston, Ala,, while making counterfeit nicklcs. The dumage suit of G. W. Herrick against the Lake Shore railroad was decided at Norwalk, O., the plaintiff getting $9,030. The coso had been on trial eleven years and Herrick has since died. While on their way to school at Madison, Neb., Ambrose Malono and Ridgley VHgner, each aged i5 years, attempted to cross a mill pond und they were drowned. Phaii'.ib fires near Aberdeen, S. D., started by sparks from railroad loco motives, spread over a large territory, burning out several farmers. In the United States the visible sup ply of grain on tho 28th was: Wheat 70,705,000 bushels; corn, 12.032,000 bush els; outs, 8,027,003 bushels; rye, 1,288, 000 bushels; barley, 2,743,000 bushels. TnnKE men and two women, urn-brellu-menders, were burned to death in an old barn at Middletown, Conn. Mit. and Mrs. D. Manus, aged 90 and 80 years, respectively, two well-known aud influential German peoplo living near Freeport HI., were suffocated by coal gaB. A large number of non-union men have left the Homestead (Pa.) steel works, being convinced that their places nre to be given to old men. A krhioht traiu htruck a buggy at Foraker, O., and MisB AndrcwB was killed and Miss Fry fatally hurt. Tho horse was also killed. Mns. Lottie Smith, whilo playing with a icvolver nt Columbus, O., fatal ly bhot her friend. Mis. John Hally. Jonathan R. Jewell, 02 years old, one of the most pictuicsque characters among tho mining nun of tho Rocky mountain region, was run over nnd killed by a train at Great Falls, Mont. W. Lander, a prominent attorney at Green Bay, Wis., committed suicide by hanging. No causo was assigned. Samuel Yates, a miser, who had a vast hoard of inonoy secreted in his residence near Milan, Tenn., wns burned to death in a fire which lv stroyed hie house. PERSONAL AND POUTICAL, WlLMAM MoKlNLET, Bit, father of Gov. McKlnloy, died nt his homo in Cnnton, O., nged 85 years. The non-partisans, or Independents, hold tho balnnco of power in the Cal ifornia legislature and can namo tho next United States senator. The official voto of Illinois gives Cleveland a plurality of 20,173 and Alt gold, for governor, 22,480 plurality. Tin; ollleial count of tho voto of Rhode Island shows tho following ro sult: Harrison. 27,009; Cleveland, M, 335: Bldwell, 1,505; Weaver, 227. Plural ity for Harrison, 2,734. The ollleial voto of Minnesota gives President Harrison a plurality of 21, 270. Nelson (rep.) for governor has n plurality of 14,907. The official canvass of the vote of Connecticut shows tho following re sult: Cleveland. 82,397; Harrison. 77, 025. Bldwell, 4,025; Weaver, '800; Wing (socialist labor), 320; scattering, 245; total, 1C4.825; Cleveland's plurality, 6,370. The republican majority on joint ballot in the legislature is 14. Thomas PEMmtmoE, 80 yenrs old, and Mrs. Sarah von Storch, 70 years old, wero married at Scranton, Pa. The groom Is a well-to-do farmer of Spring Brook. Edward Daniel Bolkr, for over forty years at tho head of tho Mount Lebanon (Pa.) Shakers, Is dead, no was 90 years old. The official returns from tho recent election in Tennessee show tho follow ing vote: Cleveland 180,477; Harrison, 09,978; Weaver, 23,033; Bidwoll, 4,850. The democrats elect eight congressmen ond the republicans two. The official voto of Iowa for presi dent was: Harrison, 219,373; Cleveland, 190.40S; Weaver, 20,010; Bidwell, 0,322. Ann Davis, who was born in Wales in 1791, died nt tho Schuylklllhaven (Pn.) almshouse. She had been a widow for fifty years. The official voto of Kentucky at the recent election wbb: Cleveland, 175, 424; Harrison, 185,420; Weaver, 23,503; Bidwell, 0.3S5; total, 340,732. Mrs. Adijv Hutchinson Patton, wife of Ludlow Patton, died in New York. She was tho last survivor of the famous Hutchinson family of singers of New Hampshire. The corrected vote of New York by counties gives Cleveland a plurality over Harrison of 45,981. The official vote of Pennsylvania gives Harrison a plurality over Cleve land of 03,747. FOREIGN. William O'Connor, champion oars man of America, died in Toronto, Can., of typhoid fever, aged 29 years. In a gale on the Japanese coast a number of boats wero wrecked and nineteen fishermen drowned. Eighty soldiers wero crushed to death by the falling of a temple at Changchow, China. Eighteen miners wero killed by a cave-in at tho Borda mine at Pachuco, Mexico. At a bull fight in Arteaga, Mexico, the enraged animals broke from the arena and charged tho crowd of spec tators, sixty persons being injured and one killed. Jenner's silk store at Edinbnrg, Scotland, was burned, causing a loss of 5500,000, and the damage to adjacent buildings by fire and water was S750, 000. J. J. C. AnnoT-r resigned the premier ship of Cauada and Sir John Thomp son, minister of justice, is his succes sor. TnE health officer of Berlin reports that there have been in Germany this year 10,047 cases of cholera, of which 8,575 were fatal. XiA.I'ICXS. The discovery was made at Denver, Col., on tho 20th nit, that George A. Kohn, a prominent attorney, had de camped for parts unknown, leaving debts nfjRTegating' $100,000. One estate, for which ho was agent, loses ovci ?S0,000. At the meeting of both tho eastern and western sales agents of tho anthra cite coal companies at New York City on the 20th ult, it was decided to allow tho prices agreed upon September 1 to remain unchanged. Rev. John W. Scott, father-in-law o! President Harrison, died at the White IIou-o on tho 20th ult, aged 03 years. DisrATCHES from tho continent report heavy snow falls in tho mountain dis tricts of Greece. In Germany the rc Vi're frost is breaking and tho wcathci is milder. On the 20th ult Billy Miner and .Tohn Marshall, convicts at tho San Qucntin (Cal.) prison, mndo an attompt to es cape and were fired upon by a guard. Marshall was killed and Miner was slightlv injured. I At Toledo, O., on tho 20th ult, Judgo Flarmon sentenced tho boodlo council- men, six in nil, to pay a fine of $2S0 and costs each and to stand committed to tho workhouse until the amount is paid. Jonathan E. Jkwki.l, 02 yeara old, was killed by a train at Great Falls, Mont, on tho 28lh ult, whilo walking on the traclc Ho was a soldier In tho Mexican war and served under Jeffer son Davis and Los, attaining the rank of captain. Ho was ono of tho oldest Masons in tlio country, having jolnod tho lodgo at Kansas City, Ma, nearly sixty years ago. HKi'oivrs from Homestead, Pa., on tho 20th ult, were tn tho effect that a ma jority of the families of the defeated strikers aro suffering seriously for wnnt of the bare necessities of life. Home stead citizens are rendering every possi ble assistance, but nre entirely unablo to meet tho fast increasing demanda On the 20th ult tho senate committee on immigration mot at Now York City and among others tho following propo sition was submitted: "That all immi gration, except from North and South American countries, shall bo suspended for ono year from March 1, 18t3( thu law to b si fr.imed as not to hinder tho free return of American citizens, or tho easy admission of visit j." A dispatch from London states that DeWitt Clinton Winans. of Baltimore, died there on tho 20tli ult Mr. YVinuns. was a son of tho late Hods Wi' ans, ol Baltimore, the famous inventor and Russian railroad contractor. Uo was btt years old. Jallnn'a Thnnkn. Julian, aged six, is tho proachor's son, and wlum his fathor is away ho Bays graco in his stead. Julian is also fond of nweot potatoes. Tho othor day his father was absent nnd sweet potatoos wero on tho tablo. Julian's mothor called on him ns usual. "Wo thank Thco, oh Lord," ho said, "for tho food Thou hast glvon us this day, p'tlckuly tho sweet potatoos. Amen' Dotrolt Frco Press. Vour Work In Life" A sorlos of 13 nrtlolcs by successful men tn ub many pursuits Is ono of tlio many strong groups oi articles wiiloa aro an nounced in Ulic lutiti's Companion for 1893 "Tlio Bravest Deed 1 Evor Saw" Is tho toplo or am.tlior Rorlcs by United States GenornU. Tho prospootus lor the coming yoarot "iht Companion Is more varioit and goiiorotiB than over. Those- who suhscr bo at mice will receivo tho papor f reo to Jan. 1, 1S93, nnd for n full year from thatdnto. Only fl.75ayoar. Address This Youth's Com panion, Boston, Mass. Generally a Slow Match A brhful youug muu's courtship. Drake's Magazine. Tlireo Blessings In Ono. A triplet of bcnoflti Is comprised In the slnglu wurd vigor. This linpllos good np- Eet to, sound sleon, tho powor to digest lostelter's Stomiion Blttcra endowB an en. rvliloil Rvntum with vlcnr. It Insuri-s di gestion, helps nightly roposo, nnd Increases zest for tho food itonublcs tho system lo asslmtlnto. It Is potent in malaria, consti pation, llvor und kidney complaints and rheumatism. Time hcnls all things: but it does not heel a pair of boots. N. O. Picayune. A. M. PniEST, Drugg st.Hliolbyvlllo, Ind., says: "Hall's Catirrh Cure gives the best of satisfaction. Can get plenty or testimo nials, as it ouresovory ono who takes it" Druggists Boll It 75o. THE MARKETS. New YonK, Nov. 3a FLOUTt 2 00 t4 60 WHEAT No. 2 Red Winter... 70'i- Tfl No 1 Northern 84 ft 814 CORN-Xo.S 50Jjfl MfJ OATS Mixed Western 30 C8 RYE Western 65 W M PORIC-Jlcss 13 M fi17 00 LAUD Primo Western 9 37 Co 10 00 HUTTRR Western 17 C 3I CHEKSn-Western 3 S Btf KGOS-Western M & Z1 CATTLn 3 30 (f 5 9 SHEEP 3 00 C6 5 0D HOGS 640 0W CLEVELAND. PLOUU-Conntry XX White. 3 80 B 4 30 Minnesota patents... 4 25 4 75 Amber 3 30 rS 3 60 WHEAT No. 2 72 74 CORN No. 2 49 61 OATS No.2 37 39 HUTTER Choice SI 32 CHEESE-Yorlt Stato 1I'4 124 Ohio 8H IlSi KC3GS 24 25 POTATOES 111 hulk.iier bush. 05 80 SEEUS-Tlmothy 2 10 2 2J Clover 7 73 8 00 HAY Baled 8 00 12 60 Hulk on market 12 00 14 60 CATTLE 3 25 i 75 HOGS 670 500 CINCINNATI. FLOUR 2 40 2 06 WHEAT C9!X1 70 CORN 43,!,JJ 44 OATS 3JU.-4 30 ItYE-No. 2 6J!4 63 HOGS-Couimou and light 4 73 5 85 TOLEDO. WHEAT No. 2 Red Winter... 74 7H CORN No. 2 42 4J OATS 34V4' 3S BUFFALO. BEEVES-Re-it 5 00 5 25 Choice 4 75 4 9J SHEEP Rest 4 60 4 73 Fair to pood 3 60 3 75 HOGS Heavy (jrades 5 75 5 93 Yorkers 5 70 5 75 PITTSIIUROIL BEEVES Rest 4 F5 BK Fair to good 4 33 4 75 SHEEP-Ilest 4 50 4 8) Fair to pood 3 75 4 00 HOGS Philadelphia 6 00 0 00 Yorkers 5 00 5 76 PHILADELPHIA. WOOL Western 24 33 Unwashed 5 & 21 JjfrftJf'flFiiss Both the method and results when Eyrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to tho taste, and acU gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho sys tem effectually, dispels cc!'Js, head aches and fevers aud cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy ot its kind over pro duced, pleasing to tho taste and ac ceptable to tho stomach, prompt in its action atd truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo mado it tho most popular remedy knevn. Syrup of Figs is for salo in 50o and $1 bottles ny all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who nmv not havo it on hand will nro- curo it promptly for any one who nriaViAa in fir if Tirt Tint. rtnrnr nnn substitute. CALIFORNIA FI0 SYRUP CO. SAN FRANOI800, OAL. louiiviUE. ky. new roar. u.r. That's gain. rub, their clothes with Pearline Beware Peddlers "this is as ALbfc. f ou an imitation, bo honest und it tad, iVMi li i.Tx W 111 vl LOOK AT TBS SIZE of tho or dlnnry pill. Think of nil the. trouble and dis turbance -that it oauson you. ImSh wouldn't yoa wclcomo some thing easier to tnko, and castor In its ways, it nt tho samo timo it did vou mora good! That Is tho enso with Dr. Pierce's Ploosnnt Pollots. Thoy'ro tlio smallest in slzo, tho mildest in action, but tho most thorough and far-reaching In results. Thoy follow nature's methods, nnd thoy glvo help that fasts. Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, Sick and Bilious Hccdncbos, and nil dorangomonta of tho liver, stomach nnd bowels aro promptly rcllovod and permanently cured. " If wo can't euro your Catarrh, no matter how bad your enso or of how long standing, we'll pay you $500 in cash." That is what is promised by tho proprietors of Dr. Sngo'B Catarrh Bomody. Doesn't It provo, better thnn any words could, that thlads n romody that cures Catarrh ? Costs only CO cents. Babies are always happy when comfortable. They are comfortable when well. They are apt to be well when fat ; they worry and cry when thin. They ought to be (at ; their nature is to be fat. If your baby is thin, we have a book for you care ful living free. Scott & Bownk, Chemists, ii South sth Arcnoe, New York. Your dniKRUt beeps Scott's Emulsion of cod. lives oil all druggists svery whers do, t. "German Syrup" My acquaintance with Boscliee's German Syrup was made about four teen years ago. I contracted a cold which resulted in a hoarseness and cough .which disabled me from fill ing my pulpit for a number of Sab baths. After trying a physician, without obtaining relief I saw the advertisement of your remedy and obtained a bottle. I received quick and permanent help. I never hesi tate to tell my experience. Rev. W. H. Haggerty, Martinsville, N.J. Cares Consumption, Cotighi, Croup, Bora Throat. Sold by all Druggists on a Guarantee. Ely's Cream Balm WILL CURE CATARRH I I'rli'i; 6U OiiTmTI Anplv n ilm Iruocnch noitrtl. ELY BUOS..MVniTonSt..N.Y. r-Miii tiiii rsrtn "H u joonms. Unlike iiie Dutch Process No Alkalies Oil Other Chemicals are uscil Iq tbo preparation of W. BAKER & CCS BreaMastCocoa xoliich is absolutely pure and tohible. It bos more than three time the strength of Cocoa mixed Willi Starcli, Arrowroot or Sucar. and is far moro eco nomical, editing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, and easily DIGESTED. Sold bjOxorvn ererrirhcrt. W. BAKER & CO.. Dorchester, Mass. Plso's Remedy for Catarrh is tbo I Best, Easiest to Uso, and Cheapest. I Sold by dniRijlstH or sent by mall. S0c . T. Ilazclline, Warren, Pa. A. N. K.-a 1424. ELECTROTYPES OR STEREOTYPES Ol' : HORSES I " CATTLE. SWINE. POULTRY AND MISOELLAM.xUB COTS. A. N. KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO.. 7i iinu i-i uuuirio st., CfcliVISEANP. - - OHIO. Self Torture! r what it amounts to, when you at- t .. ,1 i.: j . - llllpfiitfl m ,, CUBE: ffl (S ifv I SI I Win Ui LciujjL lu uu wabiiuijr ana cleaning1, now-a-days, without'Pearline. And the strange part of it is, that you should be willing to suffer, when it's only for your loss and not for your- lnat needless back-breaking rub, rub isn t saving you any- uuug. il & uusuug you money. It is simply weariner out the things that you're washing. Why would you rather do it? 1 hat is what the women who are savinsr their strencrthand can't understand. and some unscrupulous rrocers will tell von, good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S 1'corUne is never peddled, if vour proccr lends 800 JAMBS fVLlT, New York - 7-r 'I' i tu