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TTiat man may brrathe. but never lire
TVbo much rviviveK, but nullum: rivi-h:
Whom bow can lo.e. lioin uonerau thanks
Creation' blot, rn-atiou's blank.
A sharp angle in the mountain mad
bruuglit us on a lo el riilt-mill intoun
uthtT and n far K'ttc-r mail, which a
welcome relief fniin the scotch!!!., of
w lic-els tlmt 'e hal lui-ii Mibjectnl to for
'Tliar." said M man I'lmilrt. pulling
luck the .ion r-licet ami Jioimiiii; to
nliat wa lett of a double log lions.
"that's wliar Ii-n Clinton livisl In-fore ami
cltirini; the war, till he liacl to t onleu
here on rmnmt of the liushwlinckors and
The house tliat Plnnket called atten
tion to was in a dilapidates! eonilition ami
tliere was iiotliiin; t-ac- the shade of tho
(Iireadms oaks ami tin- clear water of a
mountain spriiic that would induce any
one to stop. The hewed logs of
which the house was built were
moldy with age, and the bin Wlls
had unajKnl, and at one comer the
rain from the rales had undtTUiiued the
rocks tthith hail actcsl as a pillow and let
the sill down niion the ground: flu shod
room had all tumbled in and the Nurds
that jet remained otcr the house were
covered with pven moss, and tho acorns
from surroutidinc oaks liad taken root
upon it nml hundreds of little oaks MVtncsl
to 5-e thritin: well in tlieir elevnteil
Isition. Weeds had possession of I ho
surrountlinirs. and nink cmird vine-, had
run up the half fallen rock cliiiiiney, blip
ping through the cracks in the loir-, wind
ing nnd twining theuiM-l.e- all along tlie
tide of the building wiiile here and tliere
n lotu handled nreeii oninl daucle.1 from
u!cin. mi re.Hiniu. turtiiur me tine-iiau
formetl a complete web as if to take tho
place of the fallen door in ki-opum out in
truders. To the right stood two birce i
llghtttoixl st that indicated where tit-
iiigioi Kaieomv swun, surroumieo m.ii
cuckleliur as high as themselti.
All was d.-solaiioti and decay, and it setms
to have Nvn the intention of its ouner for
it tlin to le. for a moldy l-oard tet kept
its place on an oak which had iu large,
LCT NO ONE TKESssPASS. :
' Mv Friends will not disturb this :
: plae. My 1 jieinies ;,hall ist. :
"I-ti Clinton." continued old man
Fltiuket, "stood six feet two inches in his
locking feet, and was just 2 joarsoM,
Mid not er .. nd of siirdus ilesh erlsiut
bim. He tvs: the U-st shot in north Ala
liatiia, and wani'tafei'ivd toliack tipwiiat
lie thought Mas right. Thar in. lots ef
disagreements during of the war, and
more especially here in these moun
tain. Ien didn't hate nothing to do
with jxilitics nor war for er long tunc, for
lie tvani't a man to talk much, but it got
so arter awhile that it warn't safe for no
liody to travel croutid ennongthoso inoun
tains, f.ir one side or the other was mor'i
apt to put er bullet into touwhen ton
tvani't thinking crlxini it. Cine daj
erloiig in the latter part of "fKt Ia-u was
overtiMild man lliimms' still, and while
he was tharcrboul fourteen er llfUrn of
the busl.n hacking gang come up. That
warm none of these luishwnckers that
hankereil after any trouble with I.eu, so
they not eround and talked and drauk,
aud irauk and talked till erloug Ui in the
day erloiig comeild man Kdwards" Kiy
going to mill with a turn of wheat. Old
Kiiwards was a terrible Jell I Lit is man,
fad the bushwhackers it ami crgwine to
'.t him get any milling done if they could
help it. They stopied the Ikjv, ami nil of
Vni gtit out in the road erroutnt him, and
tin'' had the little fellow scared to death,
ud he commenceil to U-g 'em, but they
had their beads set on detlluient and they
war IhiuuiI to have trouble. One of "em
cut the lagojieunnd let the wheat run
cut on the ground, and otic of 'em stuck
his knife in tho old marc just to see her
jump, and some of 'out said let's gite the
boy a pl whipping and send him luck
to his old reliel dad, and it was no sooner
fst d than right to cutting switches they
went and the Uvy was crying and K'gging
nnd IOli he'il sot thar on an old lunch and
hadn't said nothing let, but all of a sud
den he grablied his old gun and sprang
behind irtn-o and then he 'lowed:
" 'The llr-t man that lays er switch on
that boy, I'll git him.'
"The bushu hackers got furious then
mid cniblxsl thar guns and the captain of
the gang come down crcross the boy with
a sititch, nnd as he did thecracksof l.cn's
pun was hecrd and it settled that cnpta;n.
Len"s gun cracked crgin and another of
the bushwhackers fell, nnd then they all
toot to trees, for they knotted I.cii had
two pistols with him nnd ho was just as
good with er pistol as he was with er gun.
From that time on Lon Clinton was looked
on as er Jeff Davis man, nnd he had to
keep his etesknnt according.
'In less than no time it was well known
that Iu Clinton was a great Jell Davis
man, and he pretty soou was made captain
of his side, and thar war thirty or forty
fellows that didn't want no lietter fun
than to follow I jeti to recoi er stolen prop
erty or to avenge the wrongs committed
by the bushwhackers of the other side.
111 was just beginning to git things
htraighteued out in his settlement so as a
fellow- could sorter lite, when in poiis one
er iie-e here conscript olticers and tells
him he must go to the war.
"'I've got eruough wnr right here in
these mountains.' said I.en.
"Hut the conscript ollicer he raised er
row and tried to make him go and he
couldn't, and he had to leave there faster
than he come, and he done mighty well to
get crway at nlL
"It warn't long after this till one night
Len he heered horses' feet, and he know ed
thar was trouble. He lit outen bed and
pot fixed for er light, and he Mowed his
horn to call up help, nnd he knowed he'd
have help if er few minutes, and the
fellows what was crround his house
knowed it, toe. so they let in to do what
they did do in mighty quick order. It
was the consci'jit ollicer that was there
erlong with er Jot of cavelry that he'd
been oter to Wedowee and got, and they
wnr gwine to take Ix'ti dead or crlive.
They didn't take him though, but they
beat down that front door yonder and
fired right into the house, and Hie balls
lulled two sw oct little girls of IeuY, ind
by this time lien's crowd was in hearing
and their horses hoofs cotdd lie hecrd, so
flic cavalry and the conscript oflicvr fairly
Celt" away from here and outen these
mountains. Ix-u's two little girls were
killed and they nre bnned right down
jonder by that tree, and there is er block
rut outen the tree and a piece of plank is
fit into it that has the names of all that
cavalry crowd! on it. and Ien he knelt
down by his little girls that night when
they were killed, and he raised his hand
to Leaven aud Mtore that he would kill
every man that was in the crowd, or he'd
lose bis own life in the attempt.
"Thar are eighteen names on that piece
of plank down yonder by them graves,
and every one of em have got X opj-osIM
but one. which is ir sign that they hate
been killed. Th?y have all ln-en killed
but one. and be was the captain and the
very main one that Lcii wanted to kill,
for "he heerd him give the order 'fire.' "
"Ien had only one child left: she wa
er liaby, just twelve mouths old, and it
got so arter erw Idle that lie couldn't stay
at home nnd his wife couldn't stay, so she.
took the little bal and started to go over
into (leorgia somewhere to some ot tier
kin. She "took the train at West 1'oint
and wetit up to Atlanta, and thar she took
the train to go to llarnesvillc. It was a
long train loaded with soldiers, and she
was the onlv woman on the whole train
nnd that little IkOk-was the only Uilwou
the train. She was sitting right on er
seat by the stove that they keep on trains,
though thar warn't no lire, le-ciuse it was
summer, and the little lialie was sitting
bright down on the floor playing, and
everything was running erlong smoothly,
wheu all of er sudden thar was er train
come meeting us and everything was tore
all to pieces. Kvrryliody in that lix was
bad! V hurt or killed, and Len'swife was
killed, and she had nothing erliut her to
tell who she was or w liar sue was ironi.
The Yankee prisoners that were nW-trd
the train on UM.iriHvto Andersotit die
due Into the dead and the mttitulnl, and
thar was the mother, the on woman on
the train, dead, and the 1 j bain; sittin'
there pljt ing with a piece of the shat
tered stove, sat inn, 'Ma, ma. ma; pa, pa,
Ik-i.' as it would billyh urn hit the tloor
with h piece of the stote and iat its little
hands in a puddle of its mother "t, blood.
Them war Kid tunes
'Now. I want to tell you ertioiit that
little bain- and why it was that the cap
tain of that ooliseript pun; that killed
Ia-n s little girls e-eaiHsl, while all the
rest war Killed and 1 en's X mark put op
Hsite tlieir names junder on that tree,
and how it was 1 came to know all crlmut
Here old man l'limket nion-d off a few
steps to the spring for we had loin; since
alighted from then aeon and had eaten
lunch under one of the oaks. After the
old man had drank and lit his pijK.', he sat
down and continued
"One of the bin Yankee prisoners tooH
the little balio in his arms and went and
tvnshed the blood olTon it with some water
that run from the mahcd up tender, and
he didn't kuon what to do with the little
tliinir. so he seed old man William er
sittin' off er piece, not much hurt, and he
took the little lialie and put it in his arms
ami told him to take care of it. Old man
Williams neter had no children, nnd he
! didn't know how to manage the little
, thine, but he done the liest he could, and
tharwarn't noliody ole that wanted the
I bain', so the old man had to keep it, and
he Krowed to Into it the same as if it was
his own little lialie, and when he took it
home and cive it to his old 'oinan she
fairly danced, and they kept it and raised
it, and it tt.-w alttnts called U'tia Will
iams, and it neter did know, and don't
. know till tins day any ditfereiice U-ttvixt
i thesc two old jKoplo nnd shure enough
j father and mollitr.
1 -Well." continued Plunkct. "Lena
crowed III to Ik hs nreltv or yhiitii- ludv
,,s thar was ant w here in l"'ike county, and
Mic married arter a while, mid old man
Williams willed her etertthmg he had.
and so she was rich and happt, and is to
this day, I hoo.
The war was over, and Icn Clinton
starteii out zu travel the world otcr. to
lhid iis wife and little one and to fulfill
j the .w that he had made kneeling lieside
l,;r ,lead children, to kill eterv man that
c me to his house on that sad night
"He wrote to every one in Georgia that
.le knew for intelligence of his wife and
littleone. He could hear nothing. He
then wrote to other states, and waited
aud watched for their coming. Years
pas-rd, his hair grew gray, he roved the
wwls, looking into every nook mid corner
to See if he mJglit not find the bones of his
lot ed ones, murdered nnd hid away. He
Jpit to le called Crazy Lcn, people were
fcfrnid of him, and he drifted oil to Texas
and then he come lwick to Alaliama, and
then he went over to Georgia, and he was
erround in my settlement and 1 sitil him
and he told me erliout al! his troubles,
aud I told him erliout the collision at
lkirncstille and erlxnit the lone woman,
the little balie, and he would hardly it git
for me to pet through 'fore he was off,
and that's how I come to know so much
"Well," continued Plunkct. "Ixn went
to Ilarnest ille, nnd he seed the grate
marked "unknown,' and then he went
over the other side of Zebulon to old man
Williams' settlement, and he got to the
store close by where Ina and her hus
liand lned, and set down to rest a miuit,
leaning his gun, which he nlwat s carried,
tip by the side of the house, and while he
was talking they all found out who it
was, nnd some of 'em run and told lx'U.i
and her old man crlwut him, nnd hero
they come down to the store, and as they
turned erround the corner of the storo
within ten feet of where Ixn was settin',
ln raised his head, recognized the hus
band, grabbed his gun and threw it to his
shoulder, when Ix-na sprang in front of
her husliand, ami as her eyes met her
father's he slowiv lowered his gun and
" 'I won't make the other X,' turned
and walked off, and he's never been seeu
in I'ike since, and they just rail him
crazy. He may be erlooking right at us
now. Folks say he's always somewhere
erround here, and you couldn't get no
IkkIj" w hat knows him to touch a thing on
this place or to disturb erthing aliout that
old house." Surge in Atlanta Constitu
tion. A California lllnner.
We attended a dinner jiarty recently in
this county, the jH-culiar feature of which
was that the entire menu consisted of ar
ticles grown, raised, made or caught
within ten miles of where we dined. We
had green turtle soup and Spanish mack
erel caught in the ocean near by. A
young steer from the herd of onr" host
supplied the filet of beef. The pepper and
lino for seasoning, and the olive oil for
the majomuiise, as well as the guavas
which furnished the jelly, came from the
garden under our window. All manner
of vegetables, including green corn, cu
cumlars and green peas, with oranges,
strawlierries nud peaches, were likewise
from the panlen aforesaid. W had can
vas liack duck from the lagoon below the
house, and quail from the mesa above.
Banana fritters were prepared from the
banana pkints which grew in the ravine at
the foot of the garden, and we drank nj
tine sherry and claret made from grapes
grown on the ranch as were ever imported
from Spain or France. Tliere was no cof
fee, for that had not liecn raised, but there
were tea plants growing in the garden
from which we might have had tea if so
inclined. The raisins and znnte currants
for the pudding were also from the
ranch. San Diego (Col) Union.
"Lowncea, CVnt m Taprt"
It is estimated that 500 lioys and girls
in Xcw York and firooklyn are engaged
in selling lozenges on the surface cars and
ferrylwats, and in the public parks. "Los-sen-gers,
cent a piece, all kiniLsl" is almost
as familiar as is the cry of the newsboy.
"Gimme Skinney Hurley fer a side pard
ner an' a day wen de kids is out," said a
lioy on tlie Second avenue car this morn
ing, "an' 1 kin shake de life out o' a
1 inker's dozen of boxes of lussengers, be
sides sellin' a lot of papers too. But I
don't do no snide trade wen I'm alone and
the kids hain't out. Lots o' fellows wot
smokes cigarettes buys lossengers so as
not to have tlieir breath smell. They alius
wants cinncrmon or clove, though. At
first I had hard w ork to keep a stock o'
these kind on hand, but now I has a whole
liox with uothin else in 'em but clove and
cinncrmon. The kids like pepj,icrmints
and likerish K"st, but the ladies almos'
alius buy lemon aud rose." N'eiv York
Mail aud Bxprcs-
rup uf Fig
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may be had at
Dr. CasjMT's drug store, 50c and SI bottles.
It Is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remedy known to cleanse tlie system; to
act on tlie liter, kidneys, and bowels gent-
Iv vet thorough!!': to disiiel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation.
Indigestion, and kindred ills.
Secretarv Bayard lias resumed his horse
back exercise. He tides an enormous bay
and bows with great dignity to eterybody
he meets. ,
VJVV to depend upon. Acker's Blood El.
iiir has been prescribed for years for all im.
ulous. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
invaluable. For Kheumatism, lias no equal.
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Justice Field, of the United States su
preme court, thinks the division of Cali
fornia into two states is certain to occur be
WILL YOU SL'FFKK with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shitoh's Vitllinr
Is guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F.
Chicago supports fifty opium joints, and
the number i increasing etery month. Vice
Is enjoying a boom in that town.
Hocxl's Sarsaparllla is made only by C. I.
Hood st Co., Apothecaries, 1 ,0 well, Mass. It
is prepared with tlie greatest skill and care,
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un.ier me curcc....,, i .uc .. ..u o..s.-
natcdit. Hence Hood's barsaparilla may
nated it. Hence iioou s oarsapanua may
be depended, upon as strictly pure, honest
NOTHIN' TO SAY.
Kothln" to say, my daucbterl Kotlna' at all to
OirU that's In love, I've noll.tsl
Yer mother did afort" you, len h.r folk ol-
Jis-tesl to me
Yit here I am, and here you air' and tour timllier
utMTe I she?
Ysmi kwl lo;s liL your uiotb-r; purtv muihsame
And about the same eoiiipleetnl, and finer aliout
liVv her. too. aliout lit in' here, ls-ai:se sli
It'll wem most hte you a dead like her-but I
ham't Kot iiothiu to s.
She left j on her litt le Ilihle rit her name amst
And left her ear tiolisfervou. ef eter toil come
fvealliKkiii'Vinandcyimrded'em, hut it er
pom' auav -
i Kothln' to say, my daughter: Xothiu'at all to
You don't rikoll.vt her. I reekou! No: yon
w asn't a ear old t hen '
Andnow jer-hon oldairtou! Why, child, not
"tMentt '" Vhen
Andyi-rnvvt liirthday's in Aprilef antlyou want
to ctt marrnsl that dat
I wish ter mother was lirin': hut I
ain't pot uothin' to say!
Twentvyear' anda- pood a kj rl as ivtrent ever
f uud !
There's a straw ketehe,! on to jer dn-ss thert
I'll Lresti it o(T tuni rtiim.1
(Her tnolhr was Just twenty whun us two ran
Nothm' to say. mv daughter' Xothin' at all to
James tVhitcoinh Uiley in The Century.
INDIANS AND III-A IIS.
I had Ihh'H cnmied for a month in tho
Wind Kiter mountains, Wyoming, near
the headwaters of Green riter, liefore I
got an Indian alarm. I h ". come up from
Fort HridLrerwilh a nark 'iiile anil tdente
Of traps and provisions, and by traveling
mostly at night and taking every pains to
hide my trail I had escaped the "attention
Df the redskins. Having gained the upper
mil of the valley, I found n safe spot for
the mule and plenty o' game for my traps.
For the llrst t w o weeks I did not discharge
my rillc once, I was trapping fur fur. and
what fresh meat I needed I killed n It It the
iww and nrrow In twenty-live dais 1
had a mule load of furs. I il,.uj but to set
my tras and wait a little. It must hate
been years since any one had hunted or
trapped in that valley, for the hares would
scarcely run away, and on three or four
occasions black tailed deer stopped at half
pistol shot and gazed at me as if they had
never seen a human leing liefore.
The discovery which so vexed and
alarmed me was made early in tlie morn
ing. 1 hail my camp close in to the base
of the mountains on the east side of the
valley, while the mule was hidden on the
nest side, aliout opposite. I had inclosed
him iu almnt half an acre of ground, on
which there was a spring, lit- building up
a light brush fence and by hoppling him.
and it had been my custom to tisit him at
least every other dav. Mv furs were
stored ill a cave forty roils almvomycamp
as fat as accumulated, and I had neg
lected no precaution wliich exjierience
could suggest- Ivich morning it was my
custom to climb to a ledge of rocks over
hanging my camp and take a careful sur
vey of tlie valley through a Held glass
which I had carried for years. On this
occasion I had scarcely turned the glass
down the valley when I discoveriil three
Indians, each mounted, and n pack horse
following. They were not iu war dress,
hut three bucks who had come into the
valley on the same errand ns tniself.
I was Uiiling mad over the advent of
my visitors. All my luck was gone in a
moment, nud I might consider it a great
stroke of fortune if I got out nlite, and
left tliem my mule and furs. The fellows
were ten miles away it lien 1 first sighted
them, and I had a little time to rellect on
my course. They would certainly couie
up the valley as high as my camp, and it
was certain that I would hate to move.
The idea of giving up all I had gained and
sneaking off empty handed was too repug
nant to lie acted on, and after I hail sent
ten minutes watching the trio, I descended
the ledge with it firm determination not
to leate the valley. I had not yet lighted
a fire to prepare my breakfast. I gathered
up all the brands, cotcred tlie a.shes with
leaves and dirt, and worked for a quarter
of an hour to obliterate all signs of the
camp. My furs in the cave must take
their chances. It was a well hidden sjot,
and the Indians might or might not dis
roterit. My destination was a gulch or
canyon, a mile further up the valley, and
on my side of ft. I had twice passed the
entrance, but had never explored the
gulch. It doubtless contained some hid
ing place or iint of advantage, and I
would le forced to seek shelter until I
knew what the Indians purjiosed doing.
Tlie redskins were coming up the val
ley at a slow pace, aud I had entered the
gulch half an hour before they were oj
posite my camp. Standing at the mouth
of the gulch I could see them very plainly.
From tlieir motements I judged they had
never been in the valley liefore, or at least
not as high up. While they were not
looking for signs of white men, and had
no suspicious of my presence, their h.iwk
ei es soon made a discovery. They ran on
to a footprint, an overturned stone, or
some other proof of the presence of a hu
man lieing, nnd a moment later they
swerved across the valley and entered the
Tery thicket where my mule was con
cealed. I was in for it now. The dis
covery of the mule would put them on to
me, and the three hunters after game
would Ixt'ome three warriors after my
scalp. I instantly abandoned all hope of
saving any of my projierty and started off
up the gulch to make my escape through
It was a rough, dark place I had got
into. In no place was the rift over tcu
fst wide, while it narrow cd here and
thereto four or live. Its sides were al
most erpendiculnr, and I had not gone
over o(K feel liefore 1 came to the end. It
was what is known as "a false canyon,"
extending only a little way into the moun
tain instead of cutting through it. Iu the
twilight which prevailed down there I
ran plump up against a mass of rock in
the path, nnd w hen 1 had burned n match
or two I fully realized the situation. I
was in n a trap. It was not likely that the
Indians jet knew of my location. They
knew that one or more white men were in
the t alley, but could not tell just where.
It was morning, you rememler, and
before night came thet" would know all
aliout it. They would creep end dodge
nnd reconnolter, nnd before noon they
would lie certain that they had only one
man to deal it ith. Any attempt to leave
by way of the valley would lie check
mated, and 1 could not get out at the uji
per end without going over the wild and
rugged mountains. I should, howeter,
have returned to the mouth of tlie gulch
to try some other way, but while I was
burning n last match I heard a great clat
ter on th rocky bed of the rift a few
v.ivds off. TMievinc the Indians to be
coming, I looked swiftly around for somo
place of concealment or advantage, and to
my right I saw a hole iu the rocks. In
three jumps I was at tlie spot, ami teii
seconds later 1 had crawled into the hole
on hands and knees. The minute I got
my nose inside I smelt liear. Indeed, the
odor was strong enough to stille me. I
knew al-o that I had entered a den or
"ate of considerable extent, and I hastily
struck a match to look around me. It
was a rate. While the entrance was
tery narrow the chamljr was at least
eight by twelte ill size, and high enough
ror me stand llli ill.
It ri-riuirod oulv a few seconds to take
in what I hate told you. and the match
had just expired it lien I heard a sum unit
a "woof!" at the entrance, and I not only
smelt liear, but I heard him. lie had his
head ill the hole, and I whirled my rillc:
aliout and litod right into his face. Tlie
roar he uttered shook the polid risk of tho
caieni, and he drew back, tumbled around
in tlie gulch for two or three minutes and
then made olT, whining with pain nud
grow ling with anger as he went. When I
could hear him no more I lighted another
match and looked for hairs on the rocks.
Thet- were there in plenty, and they were
proofs that it was a cinnamon bear iiliom
i,1Uu .uri. """, - " "' "'"'
I had turned out. 01 nouse ami uouie
there were couple. . . ...;. . '
c ..ere ""- , f
; ' 5p ""k "1"-
I J wj,iu tl.ev did ..t till the hii-
tun, they created an obstruction which
neither iii.hi nor U-ar tould remote while
1 was liehind them.
In about titentt minutes the liear re
turned, acconiuniisl i,y his mate, and for I
the ne.t half hour tint made litely work
for me. Thet u re lii rrely deli rniincd to
get at me, and, as 1 did not w ish todis
charge nit rule again, for fear the reiirt
would In' heard by the Indians, 1 hail to
resit them by jamming their heads wi h
the uituzle Tlie brutes gate il up at hist
as a bad job, bi-l while the will one wei.t
away tho wounded one lay dowuciuc'ly
in front of the entrance nnd licked .u
wounds and uttered low growls He Ind
put himself on guard, ami he me.-nt to
stay by until he had had retinae 1 had
hastily gathered up a small q.ia'itity of
provisions when I left camp. a"d Ihoii-rli
1 had no water, I should not suHer much
for a cotipi.- of dais. Tlie only thing I
could do is to make mtelf as comfort
able as iHissihle ami wait for something to
turn up. 1 tared icry little iiUiiit the
liears. knowing t It." t I colli 1 kill them off
at any fine, but the Indians were to lie ,
seriously considered. They would leato
no stone tmtnrncd to find i.iy hiding place,
and once thet found me, situated as I then
w s. I was a dead 'nan.
There was no ch.uig'j iu the situation
until aliout stiudoiii, when the other liear ,
returned, and a second attempt was made ,
to get at me They were so determined ,
that I had to use my n toiler, tiring four I
thots, and, while neither of them was ,
kilted, lnitli wcie driten lo fury by the
wounds. The one went off as before,
while the other lay down at the mouth of
the den, and the night iassed without dis
turbance. 1 slept prettj well for a man
In ulnar's den, but awoke just as day
light was lllu ring down into the gulch.
It was a fierce roar from the liear which
aroused me. I thought his mate had re
turned and that another attempt was to
lie made on my defenses, hut I was quickly
set right. The liear started down the
j gulch, and inside of a minute I heard j
' shots and ohouts. 'Ihen the mars of a'
second lirar were licird, and for 111
' minutes here was a terrible commotion a
hundred leet lielow inc. 1 could see dark
shadows struggling together, and 1 knew
the shoi.ts came from Indians, but 4 was
uoi vu.il in uie inaiit-i iiiuii tncii.it Isictt
stronger and the light was over.
made out u heap ot dead.
It was a got I hour liefore I pulled away
the ro-ks and crawled out. I had figured
that the Indians had trailed me up the
gulcl and Uvn attacK'sl by the liears, .ind
I was right. I simply waited lo la- sure
that all were dead. When 1 finally crept
cautiously dottn I the heap I found the
two liears and three Indians in a pile, and
eat hand tilt were growing rold in death.
!'!.. liears had la-en shot and stabbed
aL-aiu nud again, but the redskins were n
apiiu nud again, but the redskins were n
sight to see The llesh had literally lieen I
stripjHsl off their bones, and one of them, '
whose Iks! t pulled out for the puriH-se
l-f examination, seemed to hate etery I
bane crushed, it lute his neck was also !
My mule had not lieen disturbed, nor
had they found my cache of furs. 1 took
the day to pack up, nud got ready for a
long journey, and when night came 1
headed for the fort. I got through with- '
out even sighting a redskin, and I had j
with me, as eteiy man at the fort in lv(iT I
will te-tify, the four Indian horses; and
two liiitiin rules in niiiiition to my own
outfit. Xcw York Sun.
Harmony of Colors.
In the family of colors there are agree
ments and disagreements, concords and
dissonances, and wluit may lie termed in
differentisin, one w other of theseqnali
ties lieing apparent wlifn any two ap
proach each other Often, as in numerous
family quarrels, there must lie the inter
vention of a third party ln-fore harmony is
established lietwccn. two colors. Thus,
when orange and crimson npiiear to
gether, or yellow nnd red. blue should lie
Introduced; nor it ill blue nnd red consort
well unless jellotv is introduced. Yellow
harmonizes with black, green, chestnut,
brown, purple and crimson Gold with
crimson makes a rich harmony, and with
green or blue is invariably pleasing; it is
also a capital associate w i'.h purple, scar
let, lilac brown, lavender and black.
Blue agrees with scarlet, salmon color,
orange, chocolate, stone color, drab,
green, chestnut, purple, and is in concord
witli white and black. Orange nnd jel
lotv hale a good effect in nrtilicial light;
orange harmonizes w ith chestnut, purple,
puce nnd green, ami if associated with
crimson requires the introduction of blue;
orange and gold lu-rmonize bv analogy.
Among di-agreeable unions nre purple
with either lilac, slate color, brow n. stone
color, gray, pink, peach and chestnut;
scarlet with brown, drab, green, purple,
pink, gray, peach, drab and stone color;
bluewi'h pink, peach, gray, green, blue
and purple, orange with lilac, brown,
drab, giay and chestnut: jelloiv with red
purple, t-carlet, gray and lilac; red with
green, blue green, pink, buff and chest
nut. IK-corator and Furnisher.
toe .lelTersoii as Fisherman.
Tlie favorite fishing ground of Joseph
Jefferson is Marion. Mass., a little village
of Buzzard's bay, tlie artistic features aud
quietness of wliich lieing two qualities
much lie enjoys exceedingly There,
jrrated in a rough suit of cordurois and
i Tarn o' Shanter cap. with a sketch Imok
under his arm or a rod uimiii his shoulder,
he wanders at will, sometimes taking
with a deft touch a bit of pleasant scenery.
tr at others casting the fly with practiced
tkill across one of the manr jkkiIs and
streams with which the return abounds.
.Ixeision ,e llnspit.il.
In my cxi-oriet:ce here 1 hate noticed
the great rttersion to liein;; sent to the
hospital liy negris's and Irishmen. With
the necroes it is a superstitious fear of
medical institutions. They fear that they
tvill 1-e made medicine of, and the "niht
doctor" or Uly siiatther has all of its old
time horror? for him. Iu the matter of
broken down, decrepit, alcoholized Irish
men they nre the itorst form of it hat tie
call "hospital dead lu-ats." but the Irish
laliorer or mechanic is, as a rule, as proud
us a Iiidal!?, and illicit he is brought in
here nil broken up by an accident he will
insist tifion ticinir sent lohis humble home
in ionic tenement, v. here he can 1 but
ill.- cared for He mil accept the tem
potary charity of his friends nnd lite in
ttant of necessities. Inn he will not 1-e-come
a charge iijuiii the city. City Dis
jieusaty 1'hysician in Globe-Democrat.
Sad and T'.ltter.
"This is a sad and hitter world," re
marked a ccntlcuiau of Irish extraction.
"Wo never strew flutters on a man's
grave uutil after he is dead." Vaol1iu4:
If you have a sallow face.
And can many wrinkles trace Don't cry:
If tour cheeks hate pimples sore.
And are with freckles cote-red o'er Don't
If 1011 hate crown so tery plain.
You can no longer Inters gain Don't sigh;
Kortou'll regain within a week.
If you the remedy will seek.
The charms of beauty uncomplete Then
Tlie wondrous Champlin's l.iipiid I'eari,
Meauty's boon to every girl.
Mis Anna Dickinson has so far recov
ered her health as to be able to take short
walks iu the open air at Honesdale.
"TjC vvrvvv "iroull enjoy your dinner
J and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for l)yspepsi. In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. 5 and CO cents.
11. Coblentz, corner Market and
A Washington corresioiiileiit sajsthat
l'resident Cleteland does uot
Don't till tlie system with quinine, to
prevent or cure Feier and Ague. Ayer's
Ague Cure is tlie specific for this disease,
and leaies no poisons to produce dizziness,
deafness, headache, or other disotders.
ci- ii... M...1...0.M t..--.
tenJed tour through tlie itesteni jKirt of the
dominion next month.
rATA ..,. rIIKEl. ,.., and sweet
I --..... urpd uv sllilollN Catarrl Ue,e -
' breath secured, by Shlloh's Catarrh I!
'!'. I'rice 50 cents, Nasal Injection
For sale by K. A. OarwOMi.
LJ BEAUTIFUL' WOMAN. uk
W V Uwllx. xhu fttm twi w mil Ifft B
L W nU hittifi Champlin's JJM
F Vk 4, k-, -jilftfti..tj IF V
Come to the bridal chandler. Death!
'.line to the iimti'cr, when shrfct'N
For the lirst-tiine, her fii-t-liorn's breath.
And thou art terrible!
The untimely death which annually car
ries off thousands of I inn lieings ill the
prime of youth, is indeed terrible. The
lirst approsch of consumption is insidious,
and the sufferer himself is the most iinoo!-s-iors
of its apiroa.'li. One of the most
alarming symptoms of this dread disease
is, in fact, the ineradicable boie. wliich
links in the heart of the victim, pretentlng
him from tnkiug timely steps toam.-t the
til daily. That it rm Im arrested iu its
earlier stages is beyond question, as there
are hundreds of well-aiitlienlicated cases
where Dr. 1'ierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery has effected a complete cure.
Kdison.theeIectricia.il, has sent his father,
Samuel IMison. of Fort Gratiot, Mich., on
a journey around the world.
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
madderaudUriuary Diseases. l."AtDnn,-gisu.
"ItoriJII ON IIII.i:" PII.I.S lOe. nnd Z.'ie.
. Small rranules. small doe. bfcr results, pleas-
act in operation, don't disturb the stomach.
norGii ON IUIIT."
Atk for "Rougnon Dirt;" A perfect washing
wdcr found at latl A harmless extra fine
A 1 article, pure and clean, sweetens, freshens,
bleaches and nhiter.9 without slighe-t injurt
to finest fabric. Fnequalledforfinellnensand
laces, general household, kitchen and laundry
I Added to starch increafes gloss, prevents yel- j
lowing. 5c.. V)c-,'.5c. at Grocers or druggists. I
use. soitens water, saves laoor anu soap.
Geology estimates the till!" since plants
and animals hate existed on the face of the
earth at luO.lUW, 000 years.
is warranted, is because it is the best I
Blood Preparation known. It will posi-
tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, nnd thoroughly builds up the I
institution. Kemember, we guarantee iL '
Frank It. Coblentz, corner Market a: d '
People who talk down in their stomachs
should at oid the telephone.
When Baby was sick, wa cars VrCMtnrta,
When shs waa a Child, she fried fur Cai-toria,
When she became Miss, she clung to t'asturia,
Waau shs had Chilslrsa, sh gave thain CastorU.
Southerners cut tlieir melons into blocks
an inch square.
SLKEl'LESSNHillTS. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shlloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. For sale by V. A. Gar
Ala., is eating second-crop
(lite Tliem a Chance!
That is to say. your lungs. Also all your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful ma
chinery it is Xot only the latger air-passages,
but the thousands of little tulies and
cavities leading from them.
When these are clogged and choked with
matter which might not to he tliere, our
lungs cannot half do their work. And
what they do, they cannot do well.
Call it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia,
catarrh, consumption, or any of the family
of throat and nose and head and lung ob
structions, ail are bad. All ought to be got
rid of. There is just one sure way to get
rid of them. That Is to take Itoschee's
German Syrup, which any druggist will sell
you at 7.1 cents a bottle. Kveti if every
thing else has failed you, you may del-end
upon tliis for certain.
Hanging is too good for a had painting.
TfAV. trifle with any Throat or
VJVJW V T,nng Disease. If you ha vo
a Coupli or Co!d, or the children are
th reatened wi th Crou p or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it. Trice 10 anu 50c
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
Mts. Cleteland is a fairlv good swimmer
but'iioes not care much for diving, blie
likes to wade out until the water is about
up to her neck ami then swim shoreward.
r.-oplo with thin heads of hair should use
Hall's Vegetable Sicillian Hair Itetiewer'o
make the hair gtuw out thick', healthy and
Advice to Mnthrr,.
Mrs. Winslotv's Sxithing Syrup, forchil
Iren teething, is tho prescription of one of
the best feinalHiius.es and physicians in
tlie United States, and has been used for
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their s'hildrcn. During the
process of teething its value Is incalculable,
it relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhea, griping in the bo- els
in! wind colic By giving ..ealth to the
tMMItri.tstheinother IVe Scnh-ittlf.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PUKt
OmI Liter Oil, With lljMliosiltltes,
Fur .uiii; Trimlilcs din! Il'il-lin; ii'x
cvimx. Dr. .1. Simonaud, New Orleans,
l.a., sajs: "Scott's Emulsion N the finest
preparation of the kind. In atTectious of
the lungs ami other wasting diseases, we
may consider it our most reliable agent. Iu
a IK-rfectly elegant and agre able form."
1 have suffered greatly from ier!odicaI
returns of hay fever. At the suggestion of
Cotert A Clic-eter. drtiggits, I obtained
Kit's Cream Halm, and used a portion of it
during a severe attack. I can cheerfully
testify as to the immediate and continued
relief obtained by its use. 1 heartily rec
oiiimenil it to those suffering from this or
kindled complaints. (Kef.) II. A. Smith.
"A member of my family was taken
down with tlie small-pox. I immediately
commenced to use Datbj's I'toph lactic
Fluid. It kept the atmosphere of the room
pure and fresh. I lie patient was greatly
reliel fd, and never for a moment delirious;
was not pitted, and was about tlie house
again in three weeks, and 110 others had it."
.lames W. Parkinson, Editor tlie C'uft'rcT,
A Dangerous Mnrcienl Opei-iiMim.
A fatal mistake. At the time Dr. Vance,
of Cleteland. performed the oH-ration 011
the lady for the remittal of a cincer of the
stomach he found when too late that tliu
1 jsmr woman had no cancer to be removed.
The disease was indigestion, and If she had
taken the Shaker Extract of Knots (Siegel's
Sjrup) that awful distress at the pit of the
stomach, which made the doctors think she
had cancer, would have been removed. Dis
tress after eating, dull, heavy feeling in
the head, with pains in the side and back
all vanish -Iter using this wonderful rem-
! "' The tired, languid fet-liiirf gives place
fib trim, 111 unit i,s'(
Mrs. Delia Marsh writes from IValtidge,
Uentoti countv. Ark., that she had dvsoeit-
' sia in the w.Trst form for five years, and
' that notlilng gave any renei until she used
the Slegel Syrup.
Chronic Klieiiiililtlsm Cured. I
Vw.i.t.t SritKiM. X. V., f
January '.M, lbs.-,, f
(am a boatman, and upwards of sixty!
tearsof ije. During the past two years 1
hate stiffens! s.eiel from rheumatism of
the lower pait ot my luck. My hack
ached without cessation, and at times 1
thought i would he pir.ilwnl. 1 procured
tno Allcock's Porous Plasters and put them
across the lower part of my spuie. Iu
tnentt-four hours all pain had ceased. At
the end of a week I put on two fresh All
cock's Porous Piasters, wore tliem ten d.is,
then took them off. and washed my back
with a llitle alcohol. tth:c i reunited etcry
trace of tlie" pi isters. It is now three
mouths sinee the plasters cured ni and 1
feel terj iu ich stronger and better than
eterbefoie. UoliKicr G. El.nKttr.
The pre-Menl Ins been asked to suggest
in lus message that a cable lie hud from San
Kranci-co to Honolulu.
?V. "ivcAvY always hurt,
Soother at hand. It is tho only safe
medicino yet niado that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
JWyAiV.e, but (rives the child vnt'md
tote frum pain. Price 23 cents. Sold by
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
Causes its victims to be miserable, hopeless,
contused, and depressed in mind, very Irrita
ble, languid, and dronsy. It is a disease
which dues not get well of itself. It requires
careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to
throw oil tho causes and tone up tho diges
tive organs till they perform their duties
nilltns:ly. Hood's Karsanarilli has proven
just the require J remedy in hundreds of cases.
" I liavc taken Ihxsl's Sarsaparilla for dys
pepsia, from which I hai e sutlered two years.
I tried many cither medicines, hut none proved
so satisfactory -is Hood's Sarsaparllla."
Tiiosits Cook, Krush Electric Light Co,
itew York City.
Tor the rast two years I have been
aSlirtrii with severe headaches and dyspci
sia. I was induced to try Hood's tsarsana
iKIa. raid hate found preat relief. 1 cheer
fully recommend It tu alb" Mbs. E. F.
Anxaiu.1:, New Haven, Conn.
Mrs. M iry C. Smith, Cambridgeport. Mass..
was a sul- rer from dyspepsia and sick head
ache. She took Hood's Sarsaparllla and
found it the best remedy sho ever used.
Bold by all druggists. Jt ; six for $5. Mada
OLly by C. 1. 1KXJI) & CO., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar.
Hon, C. Edwards Lester,
Late U. S. Consul to Italy,
author of "Tho Glory and
Shame of 3ngland," "America's
Advancement," etc., etc., etc.,
writes as follows:
Xcw York, August 1. lSSfi. )
1.1. K. LTth st. I
Dn. ,T. C. Avei: & Co., Umell, Mass.,
Geiitleineii: A sense of gratitude
and tho desire to render a service to the
public iiniH-1 me to make the following
My c ollege career, at Xew Haven, was
lnterruptisl bt a set ere cold which so
enfeebled me that, for teu Jears, I had a
bard struggle for life. Hemorrhage
from the bronchial passages was tlie
result of almost etery fresh enclosure.
Kor years I was under treatment of tho
ables't practitioners without avail. At
la-st I learned of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
which I used ( moderately and in small
doses) at the rirst recurrence of a cold
or any chest ditnculty, and from which
I iman.ibly found relief. This was
over Uo tears ago. With all sorts of
exposure in all sorts of climates, I havo
neter, to this day. had any cold nor
any affection of the throat or lungs
which did not tield to At En's Cheeky
I'ECTonii, w ithin Jt hours.
Of course I have never allowed my
self to lie w ithout this remedy in all my
toyages ami tratels. Under my own
obsertatioii, it has given relief to vast
nnmliers of persons; while iu acute cases
of pulmonary inflammation, such as
eroup and diphtheria in children, life
has lieen preserved through its effects.
1 recommend its use in iight hut fre
iiuent doses. ProK-rIy administered, iu
accordance with jour directious, it L
A Priceless Blessing
in any he-use. I speak earnestly because
I feel earnestly. I have known many
cases of uppareiillv confirmed bronchitis
and cough, with loss of voice, particu
larly among clergymen and other public
sjieakers. perfectly cured by this medi
cine. Faithftillt vours,
C. EDWAKDS LESTEK.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
r-reparesl by Dr.J C Ajrt k Co., Lowell, Hue,
bold by all' flrufftfitu and De-alert in MedJcuu.
1 Homeopathic Veterinar)
, Specifics for
HORSES, CATTsX. SHUT
DOCS, HOGS, PO0LTRY.
Chart on Rollers,
and Book Seat Fre.
Humphreys' Med. Co.. 09 Tulton SL. . T.
HOMEOPATHIC ff ft
SPECIFIC No. 60
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
Satchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
H et in tho wor t
!I..miet Urlift-.1 la
ptintftatut Tft nlictilc
tlutl , tsTiu-xlV lb ilt ei
fr of Ud !ye. It.-
thh:r pnft nnd lWatif
JUark or Brown. Es
pJtnttorT clrrnlir m
Ctptd In rl4 enr.
pt onppIn-iWwi, rwn.
ticnlriir lht paper fd
tr all drnrriii. Appld
Bihhdar's Wig Factory
llw vf ir -
t ne 11 I I) K,
1' ttt uaici i m m
4; hv n fai t
the ( ftliwi
A. L :
L1DIES ' CURL OR FRIZi
5JJ1ESL1t1' 11. ir ilk tfct
xr Hair Curler,
mmiI ,& ...Id all dunf.r l
- - Huralns e llln Ihr
'111 'lll"-1" e llund Mont-7
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tWI.imlln. IMIMIE Bf lifALUHs.
'"'hlAIER NHk,&U. r,lplll.
Q UTHOUl-SON. Mfr t.l K'Jlh A Cilic-tuo
It cools the Blood i it glTH
lit Kharyens np the appe-
.! j tttAllwsi 11 1t Tutr
Anl timulate the feeblo
For Mck Ilemdache.
Tke Crt Eaill.k I'rtwrltllaa
Cures UVatmrM, Siiermatorrhea,
miuion&. nit-otrnciandall Dis
eases caul sd by self-abuse or in
discretion. Ono istck&cro SI. six fA'
bworiI By mail. Writ e for Tamphlet. Urrra
Bueltm Chemical Co., Detroit, Mlek.
Call on or address Tho uxzlst.
eorner Main and Market streets. Sprlncfleld
Oklo. Sole Agent
C& TO & IiVl
JPjVOb .rentes" am U
Ep3 HTd evily tj tll
L Cioci n a At l.LtX3
W ROYAL WBStJi
This Dowtler never yarlM. A marvel of Dur
rtty. strength atitt lioltsmnr'. More rc
nomlcul than tiieorsllnarj kiul. .ind cannot
besoM luconutftltlon with the nml'ttud- of
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
Powder. SoMonlyln cans. Kotl Ui:m
OTpim Co.. li Wall trt. Hw Yrk
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.
Directly on the main line of the
NEW YOhK, PENN. & OHIO R. R.
(,X. Y.. L. K. A V. K. K. Co.. Less.e).
Midnaj Itelnen Ciniinnatl and New
York Highest Naiaguhle Itnly
of Water on the Continent.
..SOS feet atxne the Ocean and T'i:'. feet
above Ijke Erie, distant seven miles.
THE CLIMATE IS PURE JIHD INVIGORATING.
TI: I.iVp Is twenty miles lon and from one
toinree intiet wiae, nKewmtii, riuvaiina,
tinmiua roint, ucmui ruint. iiuy it-w.
Point Chautain.ua. Lunic Toint, .Mapieprms
antt U'oi'Kllnaramoni: the illffcrent rort
on tht Lake, patmnlzc.1 by the jiu miner Uii
urs. -;eT are cwxl hotels at every XHtut.
1 he Fumu CWbU-hoa AutuMj
aretifNi In. JoJy o Auuat of very year.
ue of the most papular resorts on tt. lake U
litre .ill t-H'ieneiT tnlnf the Wv York.
i'euieivltauuandUhlo Kjllroal stop dann(
the -ie.isan.lt tielnc the Ctiautauiiua UteMta
tloii. and the ilitritiutlni: iolnt lur tlie entire
lake, there are two hnteS.lt I-ifcewo-it. both
of Immeme sUe aud capAhle ot accinimilat
Inc five hundred guests each. Numeri-us
steamers are constantly ldylnir ttie Lake
transporting visitors to all points, f hose ic
search tit a pleasant resort In ?peud the sum
mer months cannot find a more convenient or
delightful place than LakeC'hautauiiua.
Via Xew York, l'ennsylranla and Ohio Rail
mad. are on sate at all local stations and at
stations of contiectltn: lines (nun June 1st,
i:o...l for return until Uctnbc-r :11st.
J. II. SlIALEK.tleu. Mipt..t'level.iad.O.
h. f. KKMKK iSeo.I'ass. Ant.. Xew York.
A. E Cl.AKK.Asst. lien. Pass. Ast.. Ctese-land.Ohlo.
IHILV. D.ILY. PCII.T
Central time. Xo. I. .No. s. No. Ii
22tnln.sliiwerthan -Mnrn'K Ev'ni: Atlantic
Cincinnati time. Llm'ed tlin'ed Express
I.vSirtni:neM . lu :ain lit 3'ptn 2 ltpn
Ar ounsstown. .. " .-Cam 4 Lipm to .'iipn
" Meadvllle J 5.0pm f
" Corry 8 31am S (m aptc
" I-tkewo-xl 8 ,:lam T Umm 3 Kpn
" Jamestown. - ! tAam 7 f-Dpm 3 lopir.
" IlutTalrt .. lu 4npta 5 4Cpm
" Salamanca 1ft f-am S tiipcn
" Xew York S.Vvini y wpm 7 15ait
Piillman's Finest Loach- s on all
SCt THAT TH
EXACT LABLZ IS OM
EACH CHIMNEY A3
SHOWN IN PlCTURC.
BKgCALERS EyCfrT VHEa&
wn,it3rt. for Hir ounce box of W ante KmtiroHl-
ery Mlk. wouM t $1 In a tela. Wiiouuau Pai 1
Usi eQt only when application Is accompaaieU by
IMML, AGENTS sKt
Tomcnanl women of en
eruy nnd A'-ihtj, keeking
rrui term will N giTea.
Thel aberworsvoa nan
&nl clothing eaotmoulr.
Weeks trial, on liberal terms, to be re
lurnea at my ipene if not
turned at my eipense If not satisfactory
i jiar i oeia.- mfcie
i by eomretent,fthirtj;
Id dnsitrirtu cirM
Intrlnia icrtt mtlnir It a tihnnmin-il grrns
ererywh-rw. I)lsitra.tlcirruUntanl tenare.
Inutte Ptrsons Kesbrwl
IlNPALLlBLm if Uken M direxteO. A J-Us mw
fst dn'i mm. Treatise (i4 trill Nntle fr4re to
Fit pattsTDts. ttwry pAftn eipressclurcnan rx when
rer eietl. SrnJ turner. P- O. n1 epressj ddreM of
ar7lirteltoTt KLISfcm Awh St.Pti.taJlrvhi. 1.
B Unusiu. Eh U'AK OF iMITA TLSii FSLA UiXL
The Orlclnnl and Only OeBal.
Ssfti sn4 ilvifi RHlsMw. RrsrtrwfftklatBlUsbM&
I ll.pntiK 10 I ADIES. Ask jr OrmmU r
ChWfcwSiis tclki h4 tsk Mbr, vrlacloN 4.
(uuniwl tar isitinhn C Iprtpr by triors vaalL
NAB1IS, iJpESrs S.-BW ! S'fUJ V
'to rrcrf wb
HADtCALTv CURkD ('
3Trj. TbMMftSda of Dtiw.1
fmiwdATTUUk HUIUA Somlwvmrimt.ll It aMlkkiSOt
T V !a r
The Theatrical I'rofevtlon.
Mortt will wla ami rlr pir lte rrriniltIon an.t
Irsi. Karti, wbleb arr the u m1 vt general ?x
IrtViKv. growtc; thi Mjih j'Or .f critical an. I
practical tct, !, nf as rK- a ji1 ImmoviMaa
the ruck of CllltraUar In jubi.' , iuiontan4 hrno
' forth n"t m further ,;uaranf" t tlvir Rfnu
1 ln?ni.. Th loIputaif.e t a t I '. tl if t's Sfteclflo
( Ltl)elt I.J.fMl urilTln (h-T o-..i, L.onuf lb
linfmtTaMe iiibraltur rk t.vt .f hu-h w hat
.;kni, utnl f,Tjf .iij ri. rt r".t ttiJsrno
vlcttun U-r()'rati I ii jr lu a . .jcoi'lnion, hi err
cla f o.ir i-'iil lu Amtif tuft In Furou
t-wrrr tral. ruii.a ami ito - ion. 1-m ..iin.r tt
nillcal ir-tfft.n. h . U ni" oi-intjry i-ti-irvtur
t iit rffniriiane tt - . f a. b s. anl
iu lnfal I.I'M n -. y ri n.,1 - 1 .) -siti ,, ((,
tl.I. l!w ti urn .,.-, i.r- r. !:--1 ihs- thoq-mo-1,
nndoaltj ti in-iiT' ' 'lof.ttL Jvowr eon.
aii.liclt-!. IwrilLtiiKii . i n.ir-. of ti. thrat
rl'lproff-t.l'n.wii.KT.i. tu'.'y l -M'ytotit.e-non'ltT-ful
curative qiihiii .ft', f-. -c :. tn ihir itwll
Wual ca-v-i Th. Ir t'.inonfc- - to tirreHithamV
inlttl t. the puLIU without t .'iber coot mrnt let
them -ak Tor the;nWe. Ttf I 1 I a inmlrY
thfaiif(u4 ThalU TrV-utT t-n ,'irv. or New Vrlt.
au. former! "f !? Iul!enr- 1 . aire. It rtln. lirr
pianr.aD't of li'Vicfeer''i.Kk O'-neanr.f t ChlasCO.
Tli 8Titlmiii 1 u w. A tuown !-mter f thew
rk.ThaltVThnlri oi.ti-ai y. t. -n rt- well known
la tLeatricul circles lu thitoHtn ry an J la Lurupe.
Chnrlotie ICaotJutr't Trttimnnr.
2zw Vurjc. Jtaj 3, 1SSC
' Swift Sr-ia' Con-panr. Atlanta, Ga.
Ont lt-ui.n Htviust l-rn ar.nt.il with rlmpln.
vrui'tl'MiN itu-l ruuiineiMort!..- i.it, fr..tn Mrna-
ihtsoQ of my M i. for i r t .n a jrnr, I unla
leMlinK r i-arjtHu. f vvrva.-iriii ami . ttur aliT-
i Uelrfm-ilit-t.t fnrffM t- iht u lLi)nul'ttl trom-
i lut-nt phT-lr an, uud from hn treatment re-elvej
n rnrllt. I tt.t i-.nrli-htl t trj the S. S. S. rw-
. wljr for the Mo.l, tod ne or fx r-acta(r-i. by a
1 th-.rough tr-railicatls4i f ray tri)I d-i it-torlnc
, ."in hn tu my t.ktn. hare n .. me harpy, fcj.3
i I rtirvrfulir irivr ,, i.iin te-fltwialforwicl u
auJ publicity ju ya i.-.l t - i ,! t
CR4kii rrt. 1(xiotT,
I1SJ C'wT, rar Ctal btrtet,
Ilunn IIn"krrr TrtImonr.
i The S-Ift SidC" C . ii ta. Oa. :
(Vntlmiftt K-.r twi .-.in I h.ia M-rt rawof
esrz.-uia. 1 uil tar -.!. -ni i ..r -Mj.and rrUm
th r rmei.fi. ul jr i .t fortr nnnit-r
f lfavii.-i.iii4, hut f'Miu-1 nr..iff At lat I tlf er-mlne-i
totry th-S.S..s. ren.ttlt.. ui.l fTru.--l,cht
iH-ttlen haT tiNrtMuhly rdl-! tn, anl jwu can
Ub thijct-rtlCeamluMiy ntatins-r ;. wlih.
Ht ( rlASSKERI,
M-raber vt ThMU Ttu-atr
Xew York. May 3; 1.
Treatl ou lilvo an.l Skla Dlr ae mal!et fre.
Tub .Swift S r ifiv r.
r.r L. Atlanta. Ga
BAILEOAIi TIM .Al-k
-ltt.i-rw-. I'inrlmiatl sn 1 st. I..111U lull.
Mitt Ciiiijiii l-iiii ll.utll- tt,til,.
Uniler sc-iinlnli. m etrc-"t January SO,
1557, trains leave Sfii'iirti"-!. central
-tanilanl time fur Xetua. t'lniMiiiatl ami
Cciluiiibtis,7:t5a. ni..furlMjt"n f :13 a.m.
fur Xeiua ami Iii'li.inuMi!is 4;o.'u a. in.
fer Xetna. '.'inrinnati. C'uluiiitiiis. Imlian
ilKiIisaml Clitcai.", ;:il . ru.; furXenia,
Uaytnn and Citieitinati. ":10 i. tn. .(
Trains arrive .n Si-rmueiil a: t7:13and
lOr.U a. tu.. t-":0i) j. m. al !:40 f. iu.
Daily, f I'ailj, except Si n-lay.
-Sam. Di)ins, Ticket Agent.
JMvataad. GMusImi, I lr-.n-ati nd
t mbtlxse . .lain:
12 !w Tort A Boston EipTexi ?4? an
1 ClsnUsil lartsrn i;rgTas s.-lSpm
I N Tort LUEltcdCzprcss iu.u pm s
i SlEtit 2idivs. isMsra
2 w;.. Un. Jt He 1.x.
i Uln. nylcKliucneve
19 Ctaelcnatl Jt Inuianapolts Hxnrtss .i! (c-ta
CleTeia(taXCtcclnaat1hpre-... 1. -iai
Ctntl.. Ind..st.Lo'ilsiKaa. Kt 4.if un
i NUht Express riDam
I Cln FIsIuk liaekeye ... .7toain
'ClefWaat A Ctnctonstl KxpreJS . I.pm
New lor s. liusten A Cincinnati Ex t-3S -c
laxivx em s--rrn.
XUb'. Lxtirrss .. . jaata
.1 Daytou.bprlsiceel-lAccnm. fr".. s.AisJn
J Xew York A llostoa LlcnteJ . . "-j0-jo
i CletWaact A Eastern Express 3-iipm
Cinclaaatt i M:rlauaeid Accuca .. ... .' pm
t New York Limited txprpss.... ... ".! pta
No 12 has throuuh sleepers to Jtew York aLd
os toa wltnoat ca&cce.
sio.41s tcti l&iauu l:aittsl express, cem--ascl
entirely of slcs-p-rs. e.-.'t c-f Ct-Trlaoct.
.'arooicti sleepers from pnni-M. Milts
(w 1 ork In JUH Hours ana iius;on In 2H
0. II. ILXKiUT.
1. is. ll.AOl Afttlt.
y. B MARTIN. Arc-ict-Ti-rot.
0. P. A. 5srlBisfieIii.0.
K. t, l'DD. Ohio K. B.
All trains ran on Central time 35 ruinates
iloiter than city time.
TKJItssLKAVK GOISC ICA2T.
Jo. 4. Xew York Limited. cai!7 .. . 10:3 a. ra.
" 2. Accora..dallyexceptsucctay J:E p. tn.
s"o. 1 lMlp.n.
' 12. Atlantic Ex.. dally .:Il a. in.
trais m VI T.OIVG WXST.
.'o. 3. Clu.iS:. Louis Kc,c..iily .. 1:10 s.m
" 1. Acc-ora..dtilie:cjjt Sandayj.isTa ra.
" 5. Bt. Louis Ex. .a-uj 33 p.m.
Xo. 4 has sleepers, tut co ctmiue of rars lu
ltherca.se throush to XewYurk. Xo.&has
Drouth sieepers to M. Louis
Free hack tu trains to a'l putnts east of. and
DCluititn; north LewtsDurg.
Eor tlets to all points and farther tutor
lattoa.callon J. D. ?mlgi.
Aitent. Tl Arcade.
Telephone call 319.
imtimia, ltIooiultiirtn nnd IV.
ARK1TK FBCIM NnnTH.
S.in.luHky and 5prinslielcl fcx
C Colunibus .Mall .
ARRIVE FRIllf KAST.
i Xiitht Express '145a ra
Chicairo. tt. L. A Kan. City Urn (Sim
Sandusky Mail lO&ata
L'htcauo.Bt. L J: Kan. City Ex ... i05pra
ARklVX FKim WEST
; Eastern Express 1 J)am
. tlanttc .Mall liara
Xew York Limited i'JTipn)
nirABT OOISG SOkTH.
1 Lakeside Express ".flam
t I'ut-tu "ay I.xt-ress . l-4am
Spriucdeld aud ."audusky Ex 5 J5 p m
DErcKT iim.xa east.
I Columbus Express- I 45 a ra
Atlantic Mall v.'Sara
i Columbus AreoniModatU-n 63am
i Xew York Llmitel 435
DkrART 1KIISG TEST.
' Xlcht Express . MV
t'lilc.1,0. St. L A- Kan. City lira 7i)a
Chicago, -t. L. A Kan. t'ltr Ex 515 pm
Ohio sM.utltrrn ls,lrfsct.
AkKlTR PKOW SOtTR.
IJalnbriice Acc,mmodatloa w 9.1am
I Mall aud Express. 4J0pm
DXPCRT COI.SG SOITH.
. Mail and Ei-rrss luSf-am
I llaliibrlilae Accommiulatiou Sinii
All trains markeit run ii.u'y all others ilatly
cept ?unday. .-lat.iril titni. which Is 2s
ninutes slower than ffpr anWd eity iipi
D. II U0CIIE. Ticket Atcent.
TTnhkft hurt nf th Mvallel M Cores will do
Isstt tahftt i rUimsid for it. It is HUaruutretl
to qutrkly ana fCU.ii.i.'sUiLi ilul
ARE YOU A SUFFERER?
DO VOU WANT RELIEF?
IT WILL CURE EVEN VOU!
WILL VOU TRV A BOTTLE?
5I.OO 'OR A QUART BOHLE.
A I1 lasisunrat 4 Oslft Itrlara.
For Si hj InA-wi-tv Win .Verrhants And
Gt-nrAl Drak-rs T-rrih-rii.
SACHS-PRUDEN & CO. DAVk3N. OHIO.
IS SOLD ALL OVER THE WORLD.
tutto and All
zul every t?rmcfiia
S vine tiAticail EklS
without lcaTtnj a cr9 by
Price ZScU.. eOctm. d SI.
A IhitMiSs m K small.
IfBW HBB) rmjfJBTB Cos.Kr lndonOOTH.
For sale by all lriuKtl-lil UrUKcUU.
Hi ses7 lli
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