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CGNiTIPATION IB wiled the "Father ot Diseases." because there 1 no rnedlumhrough which disease so often attacks the intern as by the abiorp- Hen ot poisonous cases In the retention ot de ' eared and effete matter In the atomaeh and : bowels. It It canard br a Torpid Llrer. not 'enough bile being excreted from the blood to . produce nature'a own cathartic, and la irener. wo - vtg Frit - dt tnr rautt tie nkht mein war tie mein be - tier MAIN I HEAR MY MOTHER SING. (WAS MIR ALB KIND DIE MUTTER SANG.) Moderato assai. J ioo. C. BOHM. 3. in 2. mich 1. Zeit, den Ster - tun - Ian - - - de, der Men - tehen TS eke, in ban - gen Stun - - den P i ally aeoompanied with such results at Lam tit AnnAtltA. 35 3- m 3t 3- Sick Headache, Bad Breath, etc ', The treatment of Constlpatlondoesnetoon alit merely in unloading the bowels. The sedlelne muit not only act ai a purgatlre. bnt be a tonlo aa well, and not produce after lta we greater eoatlveneii To secure a regular 1. hours, ia pain tho' dark the stars, and sad - - ness, with trou . - ble, soft shin - - in, She Still "Where was my true had some joy ev - 'ry joy est in doth ! 4 4 1 t 1 I S 1 2. me, 3, - bove fa mm & JE m m -w (I SE -m mm EE i rSt naoi&OK oocy wimoai enanging tne diet or 43- iv Ml fVpij' y TatJ ?e: m r& te5i -b S 2E 4t tyi ?JH BKfe. n mmfmmmpmax Am- sT' f? & I cjaA. ! rxu "My attention. attersuffertnirwIthCaniri. atlontortwo or three years, waa called to - Simmons Liver Regulator, and. baring tried 'almost eyerythlng else, conelnded to try It. I test took a wlceglasstul. and afterwards re- - doeed the dose to a teaiDoanfnl. as ner dlree- Mons. alter each meal. I tound that It had done meao much good that I continued It un til I took two bottles, btnee then I bare not " experienced any difficulty. I keep it In my house and would not be without It.buthare no ssetorlt.lt baring oured me." Gaoaos W. Stint. Assistant Clerk Seperlor Court, Bibb county, Ga. TAKE ONLY THE GENUINE, Which has on the Wrapper the red Trade. mark and Signature ot J. H. ZEJXIN t CO. KHpHttjfitW gpuMfc 1ATURDHT EVENINS. AUGUST 11. It S3. SBPUBUCAN NATIONAL TICKET (Election Tuesday, Norember 6, 18SS. For President. BENJAMIN HARBISON, ot Indiana. For Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. For Elcetors-at-Large, ABSALOM II. MATTOS, of Hamilton. X. P. LAMPSON. ot Cuyahoga. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary ot State. DAXIEL.J. RYAN, ot Scioto. For Supreme Judge," JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, of Melc. For Member Board oCPnbllo Works, WELLS S. JONES, of Pike. For Congress Eighth OhlOvBtstrlet, BOBERT P. KENNEDY, ot Logan. Tor Judge of Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial District J HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, QEORQE W. COLLECT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BCFORD. For County Surreyor, WILLIAM SHARON. There Is eloquence In the very presence of James G. Blaine. Talk up your town, gentlemen, bnt tell the truth about it There is plenty that is vnnri that I. truA. that you can sav about it without getting up any gilt-edged un truths. Somebody, "who evidently had one eye on Blaine, remarked that "refusing a presl- ' AdesUal nomination seems to give a man a better title to popularity in this country than accepting; one." The KKPnELio was the only newspaper published in the city yesterday. We were on the streets two hours in advance of all ' competitors, with the account of the Ulaiue reception and his speech in full. - The prevalence of suicides, not only in this locality, but everywhere, is attracting the attention of thinkers. There must be condition of society, pro- seems to be an epidemic Rev. Pearson, of the Center street H. E. church. ha given the matter considerable thought, lad will preach a sermon on the subject ;. tomorrow morning from his pulpit - HaiWcauM. or 3 Our fat, over-fed, democratlo president ' sat at bis desk m tne white nouse yesieraay and vetoed three bills granting to three poor widows pensions. These poor women are the victims of the copperhead sym pathies of President Cleveland and his kind, and while he sits and draws his 50.000 a year, he seems to take roullih delight In keeping the crumbs from the mouths of the widows and orphans. In wnnhTtMn ClmvtoT Ptamland TO- guards that the publication of a party paper, f or participating, in any way, in campaign work, at offensive partisanship and suffi cient cause for removal from office. In ..fliwnn rmuntv there are two democratic federal office holders owning and editing fdeaoeratic papers. They nil tneir coi umns, every week, with democratic rot of 1ha most pronounced type, yet Grover ' winks on them approvingly. Was his first declaraUon only cowaraiy . iiypocraey, or has he experienced a change T of heart? . W An nnt Tw1lrn In ntlment in DOli- '' tics and. never did, it is not the stuff that wins In a campaign. That is all well and mnd for a raxtv without principle, but when the tariff issue and the principle ot a full vote and a fair count are as prominent as tliey are in the republican platform this year, we say sentiment be hanged. We want American labor protected, we want American industries protected and we want every man. In every precinct In this broad land, to be allowed to cast his vote unmolested and we want that vote fairly counted, and then we are willing to abide by the result ' What we want is a full, free and untram- meiea expression upon uu uoura buu j the result take care of itself. These ends can never be attained by catering to the sentimental A club is a club and a spade is a spade and they must bo known as such Ola the campaign. 3. Und will in met - - - ner let - ten Stun - - dt er - K - tchen 2. Vom Va - - ter - haus on er - ne Ktran - - dt trieb mich dot 1. O ting noeh tin - - - mal mir die Wet - - te, die mir alt 1. O sing a - gain the song, so lor - - ine, To me a 2. From child - hood's home, a - far I wan - - derd And wea - ry 3. When life for me Is near its clos - - ing, And ULe a 4 4 S n t. s s s I 1 i J r--! ,N ' SsMSasissassisssss' 3. met a. bit 1. Kind net ter die 1. child 2. cares 3. dream, any my has 3. Man - - de, 2. - Ion - - de 1. let - - i &!-- 1. mov - in p. 2. pon - derd; 3. - pos - ing, m rfl?H c fH New York is one of the pivotal states, and no democrat ot sense or observation expects that Cleveland will carry it Al though he carried the state as a candidate for governor by nearly 300,000 majority, he barely carried It as a candidate for pres ident four years ago. Many believe that he really did not carry it at all. Genera! Ben Butler persists that the vote cast for him (Butler) was fraudentlv counted for Cleveland. Now it is as certain as that the j sun rises in the east that Cleveland has lost many friends during the period that he has been In office. These run up into thousands. There is a feeling ot enmity between Governor Hill and Cleveland that is seething and red-hot and occasionally flames out There is some thing that may properly be called a move ment that may be formulated as a Hill, Harrison and Morton movement That is to say, thousands of democrats will vote the state democratic ticket and the national republican ticket. The republicans will try to carry the state for Warner HUler.but they are pretty sure to carry It for Harrison and Morton. Down in Dave Hill's heart is the purpose to re-elect himself and beat Cleveland. It doss not find expression In words, for David is deep and, like Major Uagstock, "devilish sly," but surface indi cations show what is being done and what is going to be done. The electoral vote of New York may be counted for Harrison. Democrats have been Industriously cir culating the report that John Brown, jr., of Put-In-Bay. son ot old Ossawattomle, has left the republican party and cast his lines with democracy. In contradiction of the lie Mr. Brown sends the following to a paper publishing the report: Editor Journal and Local: Put-is Bat, O.. Aug. 6, 1S8S. In your issue of the 4th Inst is the fol lowing Item: "A son of John Brown, now living at Put-In Bay, has. It is said, de clared hi Intention to vote for Cleveland and Thunnan." Please do me the favor to publish this in absolute contradiction to the above state ment Since 1S59, more than thirty years, I have unswervingly voted with the repub lican party, and have not for a moment had even a thought of voting the demo cratic ticket Respectfully, Jons Buowx, Jit. Yesterday we gave the speech of Mr. Blaine in response to the short address of welcome ot Mr. Bartlett, today we publish the address delivered last night from the reviewing stand. In Madison Square, to the worklngmen of New York. It was a grand 'display ot thousands ot marching hosts, composed mostly of members of the various trade and labor organizations of the great city and adjacent towns. They had the pleasure ot listening to a grand speech from a grand man. The demonstration was not purely in honor of James G. Blaine, but also the principles which he represents. UUNDENSbU TELEGRAMS. Thomas M. Haines, defaulting cashier of the Atlantic & North Carolina Railroad, was arrested at Chicago." A small dynamite cartridge was found secreted in a Wagner sleeping car ou the Michigan Central railroad. An engine on the, 11. A O. railroad went through anopen draw iuto the Schuylkill river, near Gray's Kerry, Pa. Th half decomposed body of an old lady named Ishmael waa found lying upou the floor of her house at Indianapolis. At Springfield, Mo., Officer F. J. Pale more waa fatally woundad by a negro named BtarUer, whom he was attempting to arrest Mrs. Jsary Pulliam, of Louisville, Ky., has brought suit against hsr husband charging that ha had haCpet la an asylum V PBtajn swr ywiajrjgT. dann horf doch klang die mir PP IE moth - er sang I It was heart has kuown, But o'er gone its woe, How sweet pp & & o Kuf ter, je eft trie - - eftr je bis in die tiff ne Wei ner Lie ste See F That thro1 my in - most heart It dear - er. fond - er still To bear that song be - foi g 3E 5- zZ $ I CopyTichl-Kunkei Bros., 1683 KTJXKBaVS Food In the Canaries. One of the first things to attract my notice in the Canary Islands was the healthful appearance and Gne develop ment of the common people. There Is no doubt that they are by birth a superior race, but it is also true that they use a food which, being highly nutritious, mnst contribute to their physical development There is nothing mysterious about this article, which la known as gofio. It Is simply the flour made from any of the cereals, by parching or roasting before grinding. One can scarcely pass through any village of the l&nartes without wit nessing some step in the preparation of this food. The grain is first picked over, then roasted above a charcoal fire, and af terward ground at the windmills which abound everywhere. When it Is to be eaten, milk, soup or any other fluid Is mixed with it. without further cooking. Nothing can be more "handy" than such an article of food. The Canarian laborer, if he goes forth to his work alone, takes with nim some gofio in a bag made of the stomach of a kid; if there are several persons, the skin of a kid is used. When meal time has arrived, a little water is poured Into the bag with the gofio, the mixture is well shaken and the meal is prepared without further ado. The Canarian archipelago consists of seven Inhabited islands, with a population of 280,000 persons. At least 200,000 of them live economically on gofio, as their fathers did bt fore them, from time immemorial. The food is said to be not only delicious and wholesome for those who are not accustomed to It. but to possess also a tendency to counteract certain digestive ills to which the civilized stomach is heir, thus restoring man. In a measure, to the physical condition of the happy savage. Cor. Popular Science Monthly. Trees in the Streets. Some portions of New York are hand some enough to rank it with Paris among the beautiful cities of the world; others are almost wretched and dirty enough to class it with Constantinople. It is a strange jumble of splendor and squalor, beauty and ugliness. As a rule, however, the portions inhabited by the rich and well to do classes will compare favorably with the similar portions of almost any city in the world, and some of our noble streets cannot be matched anywhere. The chief defects in these sections are the lack of porks and the still more glaring lack of trees in the streets. London is studded all over with private squares, which are selfishly reserved for the fami lies living about them; but they do form precious breathing spots, and if the poor children cannot go inside they can at least play on the sidewalk underneath the few tree branches that hang over the railings. These numerous parks go far to redeem the blackness and ugliness of London streets. Paris has not so many parks, but trees flourish almost everywhere in its streets, and make them a delight to the eye. Washington, once a shabby Maryland vil lage, now conspicuous among capitals for its beauty, owes a large part ot its charms to the far sighted policy that planted a hundred thousand trees along Its broad avenues. But New York, which has fewer parks by far than it should have, is almost absolutely devoid of trees. The stranger, driving up Fifth avenue, looks with wonder down each street he passes, seeing only long tunnels of brown stone, and not a tree, nor so much as a sprig of anything green, to break the monotony. A general system of tree planting would in a few years transform this city with its great army of handsome houses into a city that for stateliness and beauty would be the talk of the world. New York Tri bune. It TTouia httirbol mere, Anyway. it is said that kissing was Introduced into England by Rowena. There are lots of fel lows who would like to subscribe 15 for a monument to Rowena. Burlington Fres Press, Trail. In Metsphorw Al Charlie says he is buffeting his way through hf e. Whatdoes he meanl , ia He's a tree lunch fiend. Ttea, Le - bent Stern, fc3 - e Muss, Mut - ter sang, aus dei - nm dtm Set - math so mild vnd :c so sweet, that voice on moth so mild and my thoughts have - - er's heart re- 4 3 4 4-i 41 m wm f- i at . ' m l- - : - - se gtrn. - bes Oruss. - - le drang. Dort o - ben Und krank - te In bo - ser P v v v- In lone - ly The world for Ah! far a- s it rang! has crown! I go! mm EE - i T SOYAI. EDITION. A Medicine Doc VtmsU In company with a friend I visited an encampment of Indians at the Pipestone quarries. Minnesota, and witnessed one of the national feasts of the Sioux. The Indians belonged to the Yankton tribe, and numbered about sixteen lodges, or eighty people. Including in their number bucks, sqnaws. papooses, boys, girls, old and feeble warriors, not counting the large number of dogs. To many the In dian cur would appear a worthless piece of property, but at the feast In question the most gaant and hungry looking dog of all plajed an important part A trench about three feet in length and one foot in depth had been dug and into this the lean old dog was placed and covered over with sticks, on which dirt was piled, leaving the head only protrude. Two days was he confined In this artificial oven. At the expiration of the two days the master of ceremonies, or medicine man. pronounced all mystical rites prop erly observed and that It was tune to carry out the completing act. This was done by removing the dirt and piling on more sticks, covering the animal com pletely. Fire Is now applied to this heap of brushwood and the once respectable cur made a roast dog. Upon our arrival the roasting had Just been finished and the whole camp werei crowding around the smoldering embers to get a portion of the much prized "Medicine dog," which, when eaten, is supposed to prolong life and to instill into the ordinary savage the qualifications for a warrior. Whll l we were not altogether welcome guests, courtesy seemed to forbid the savage from Ignorhig us. which many would have preferred to the dainty piece of roast dog. offered first to me and then my friend. The medicine dog feast seems to be of both medical and religious character, an ancient custom to which the Indian clings with tenacity. a. J. Crandell in Detroit Free Press. A Japanese Camphor FactOT7 Camphor is made in Japan in this way: After a tree Is felled it is cut np into chips, which are laid in a tub. or a large iron pot partially filled with water and placed over a alow fire. Through holes in the bottom of the tub steam slowly rises, and heat ing the chips generates oil and camphor. Of coarse, the tubs with the chips has a slosely fitting cover. From this cover a bamboo pipe leads to a succession of other tnbs with bamboo connections, and the last of these tnbs is divided into two com partments, one above the otherthe divid ing floor being perforated with small holes to allow the water and the oil to pass to the lower compartment The upper compartment is supplied with a straw layer, which catches and holds the camphor iu crystal in deposit as it passes to the' cooling process. The camphor Is then separated from the straw, packed In wooden tubs, and Is rrady for marke The oil Is need by the natives for Illumin ating aud medical purposes. New Yori Mall and Express. A Very Remarkable Cow. Jenkyns That cow of yours, neighbor. has a lovely voice, but it lacks cultiva tion. The beast keeps me awake all night WUkyns Sorry, old man, but that cow is a remarkable one. She reminds me. evnry time I bear her, of one of Shake speare s cnaracters. Jenkyns You're Joking. WUkyns I'm not That cow is a second Othello; she's such a terriblv Moo-er. Pittsburg Bulletin. Chicago's Garbage Crematory. Mrs. Schaffer, of Chicago, has lately in vented a rarbure crematory built on the plan of a large oven. It is fed from the top, the ashes silting tnrougn iron grates into four wheel carts so that they may be conveniently hauled away. It is so con structed that the smoke and smell are carried by pipes into a large smokestack. She has also constructed a machine for washing windows. Frank Leslie s. The "summer girl" is now In toll bloom and ItJa a bashful bachelor who falls to sake good use of hk ojrportanlty. ich uohl mir aut so sUss, 3. lacht, da h$r' ich je - - net Lie - d t Klany, das mir alt Kind die Hut - ?' Sfi Kmn J" df Bruit das Lied er-klang, war mtr's als twna die Mut -1. Freund, wenn in der j " f tranquility. fcf 1. Wend; Whentf.ro "yXsoul my shall hear 3. dwell, I there $mm 3 JF? ftranqufllo. 3. sang, 1,2. sang, da Venn hur' in - 1,2. sing! 3. 8ingl When thro' I there P L 1 -& m- 3. Kind die 1,2. wenn die Mut - - Mut - - tit. O l l CO O 5.C9 30 BQ3 O " iy es sxes o3S" 3 3-3 1 s " - .-a e s w 2 2 2.1 c srg o 2.2. - a co 5" CO aO 1,2. hear my moth - - er sing! p.WriJ 3. hear my moth - - er sing! iaUM 1 KUAE XT MOTHUl 6Cia-U . M 4 CO 8.3 II Q . F ;:fi J r us s U S 0 " hi P H o H .CD 5 A 3- o c m ft 8 3 CD LOST ------- YatlifM XnftMrm. mc.lerTaaBkUst7inty BMMlNnHimn. MCSa. Hart SMUh O, M H. IlUt SJa, b that strain doth ring, in-" those ech oes ring, A - gain I A -gain III S3 4- F33 Ifcat iSj-f-i jTJFil f P ich je der Brutt nrs Lie dat Lied des Klang, er - klang. 3Z my soul that strain doth ring, those ech - oes ring, shall hear ! I I 33: ter sang. ter sang. IIIUUIIsVl 8UCCCE8SOR XO J. R. MARSHALL, TOB PRINTER Ni. 19 North Market St., Now has the Best Equipped Job Booms in Central Ohio. THE BEST STOCK, Latest and Best Type, and THE FINEST WOBK II LOWEST PRICES. YOUR ORDERS SOLICITED. JNO. W. MOORE, JOB PRINTER, NO. 19 NORTH MARKET ST Telephone Jfo. 91. -THE- HILL SLIDING BLIND Is the Cheapest and Best Inside Blind now s sold; to be found only at NO. 61 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. TEUCPHONE 1S. IICftl MKNfcgijs VlfcJl--mjiliiminsrr.l w MI1I1RF O -S2 a "SrS: aBJS-HS-S-SBJSBB-SJSJ er3,-5 VVfJVLaawl 5T. Bf BBsaLSKBWkk-awl "S0" saaTWlssaMMl t-3.s2 BMjm !- Six , WsaBsWsBY.tsl OB. lKSaCwC$M1 SS.3S IMS ISBWaBBTkaBWaiBT'll S S 1bTT?wHLVHB 9 A IssV vaWV'aBWSBWslI S w aBksafniiTBrTTSFvsjs . v iu aasBUsVBT Ball ? n .Mg KyjDffi ST 2L b wLUHBwtHBWaafll BD " m BaXSBSB ISS". BaMSBJSSBWSl a. ..I "2 HriaVs&SliBaVl " 5?"r- llfebacVBVa wH 03 j sSPv H eo awSawsWEawawsBll NQD BSSSXSXSXSWi iBSSSSSBTBBBU HSwawawawPilHI E IKSusMMmI b! ICSsM-Vsl tin Ha -? aBBsHBMHMs.aLMiaaaWB fer ter 3 hear my moth - er d4J hear my moth - er r tt-tt-jt- -r das mir war mb-'s als als A - gain A - gain I I'll -ir-Sf- nr PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED fTTANTKD Reliable loan man for croeerr IT clerk, who can loan fad), secured. Good Position: experience not neeeasarr. .Address. J. K S.. Ulddietown. Ohio. 191 r II ANTED Stenrgraplila position In the city IT by a loans; lady wno Is an expert snort band writer and Remington No. 2 operator. Address lock box 212. dly. nTANTED Persons wbo wish to attend the If-Urbana camp meeting- to know taat L. I). Eaton alii run a uassenger wagon from tronp's drag store Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Telephone 430. 190-a The BMt Chance to Make Money. Wanted, at once, men with ready easa to buy 1I.D0U acres on the Tennessee riven 0V uumui feet of good sound timber, poplar, oak and hickory; ao.000 cross-ties; 11.000 cords ot chestnut and oak ta&bark; large leada ot su perior Iron ore. brown and red. In sufficient quantity to run a large furnace for centuries; net profit on tanbark will pay for the land twice; transportation by rrrer Tery low; we propose to raise a company to buy and put in machinery on this tract: 40,000 acres or this land can be secured at 11.50 per acre. Cor farther particulars, address 3. H. Bowlus. BowluiTtlle. Ohio, or J.Martin, real estate agent, tjprlngfleld. Ohio. 18SM2a TTANTBD-We wish to employ a few sales IT men on salary to sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and retail trade ot all the leading cities and towns. We are the largest manufacturers ot our line In the country. Send two cents In stamps lor lull particulars. No postals answered. Centennial il'I'g Co Cincinnati. O. 131 bs AM ANTED-The people to see the Adjustable Bun shads for carnages, surreys. Jazzera. buggies, hacks, street cars. etc. for sale at the following places: W. C. Downey & Son. corner Main and. Limestone streets; W. A. Uross-d: Co.. 50 west Mala street: P. B. Wise man Hardware Co.. 23 south Market street. Urhaaa Camp Jaeetiaa;. .Best 'bus In the city will leare the post office corner at 6 a. m. Sunday and Wednesday. 15th. Kound trip tickets tl. On sale at dgar store. 37 east Main, and SW CUfton street. Be sure and buy your tickets early.or they may all be SOlC. C. W. BJilTH. 190-m FOR RENT. jToH RENT Unfurnished front room, down X stairs, with gas and bath room attached, suitable for doetor'a of&ee or light housekeep ing. Call at SS west High street. 191a F OR BENT Two rery desirable offices in the Kins building, corner Main and Ltme- stone streets. Inquire ot W. C. itowney bon. rK REST The Shellaharger property on N. Limestone street, inquire of C A. Welsh. Mitchell block. UBi MONEY. TO LOAN. MONKY TO LOAN-Insnms to sult.on nrt mortgage and good commercial paper. Jail and see us. Kooa No-l.Lagonda Bank wilding. George H.Coles A Son. LOST. LOST Black and white- shawl on 3tn ot July.elthar on Pearl. Liberty or Market street, finder will please leare at this office. m LOST Pension paper, in name of George Rankin. Finder return to Lafferty's gro cery. mini FOR SALE. FOR BALE Thirteen doors, wtth locks and hinges; also twoflne marble slabs, suitable f or confectionery. Inquire ot J. M.Marklsy, room 4. Commercial building. FOR BALE OR TRADE. FOR SALE OR TRADE A business that la strictly nrst class. It Is paying well and in mi location: the nartr In bad health reason for selling out. Inquire ot C. B. Klssell. rocm 0. commercial diock. umesune sireei. 191-U3S-m PERSONAL. PERSON AL-1 am the daughter of an old vet eran soldier, wbo gare oyer & years ot his lit e to sate his couatry In the late war. yst In all that time he nexer was la a hospital, and consequently gets no pension. I am It yean old and confined to my bed with spinal trouble. I lie upon my back and make loyely ruchea for ladles of all colors. I sell Urn ruches for a cents each. Anyone sending ra an order I wilt promptly send one for 25 cent and be grateful for the faror. I ask not for charity, bat work such as ay strength will , bear, to help paaalatkeitrojaSe to malntaht way, Ssla, Or e eoaaty. O. ., , f ,7 f- -3 Jr ,irft,;J "OKI " r "Vl si J , M&S&3t& 1 wis . rA-o 1 "''C, "", t'4a& A:-5??l-SS - -Sfii,g- ,y-. $y