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Asiaes Rem toil In Mohican.
A prehistoric mound ha been dis covered in Montcalm County, in the township of Homo. The discovery in dicates that the Aztecs probably stopped there long enoiuh to bury their dead and to make cookinir utensils and orna ments, which they left behind. Perhaps the most remarkable of all tbo relics found was a sealed casket and tablets, beneath wn'cli was the ske'eton of a man, who in life had been of morj than common height and had a peculiar shaped head that did not bt'long to the present race. The mound was about six feet in circumference at tho top, near the center of which was a huge pine stump that woodsmen say must have been there over 0;i years. The top layer of this mound was composed of gravel twelve to sit-en inches in thick ness. Itelow this was a thick layer of earth, and beneath this a layer of char coal, formed, it is believed by the burn ing of wool over the grave, as this mound proved to he. Itcncath this was a deep layer of ashes and sand a foot in depth. When th - bottom of this layer was reached the diggers came upon a casket about four fret long. On the top of this casket, which i of red clay, bak d prolab'y iu the locality, is the figure of a woman recumbent with her head testing on a pillow. The features were somewhat marred by the spades of the d'ggi r. Itcncath this casket was found tlie skeleton of a n an. The bones crumbled while I eing taken out, ex' ept the skuli. The face and forehead are long, the fojr.'head being particularly square and h'git. HAI.T8 CATARlin Cl'RE Is a liquid snd Is taken internally, and acts directly upon the Mood and mucous surface of the flystcin. Sand for testimonials, free. Sold by IriiTfiists, 75o. F. J. CHENEY A CO.. irons., Toledo, O. Tun light seen through the new eye p:eec of tin I.ick telescope will be 2,im!0 times as bright as that seer, by the naked eye. FITS.-All Fits stopped free bv I tr.Kline's Great erve Restorer. No t its after nrstday'a uso. Mar vellous cures, 't reatise and $A00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, all Arch St. Phila- Pa. KJACOBS OR WW CVRES SURELY. SPRAINS. Ohio Miss. Rail .ray. Office President and General Manager, Cincinnati, Ohio "My foot suddenly turned and gave me a very severely sprained ankle. The apptica tion of St. Jacobs Oil resulted at once in o relief from pnln." W.W. Teabopt. Frest. & Gen'l Man'cr. BRUISES. 746 Polpliin Street, Baltimore. Md., Jan'ylS, ISO). ' ' I was bruised Vad !y in hip find side by a fall and suffered se verely. St. Jacobs Oil complete! y cured me." W. C. Harden, Member of State. Legislature. THE CHARLES A. VOOELER CO.. Baltimore Ud. OrciS ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Laver and Uowels, cleanses the bjsi tern effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy ot its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it tbo most Dopular remerlv known. Syrup of Figs i3 for sale in 50c and $1 bottles nv all leading drug eisls. Any reliable drujriist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wisne3 to try it- uo not, accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. V.f. The Best Protection against epidemics, malarial fevers, bronchitis, pneumonia, and LA GRIPPE is to fortify the system by tho use of AYER'S Sarsaparilla Cures others, will cure you. pRIFY YOUR IT BLOOD. Bui do nol use the dangerous alkaline and mercurial preparations which destroy your nervous system and ruin the digestive power of the stomach. The vegetable king dom gives us the best and safest remedial agents. Dr. Sherman devoted the greater part of his life to the discovery ot this relia ble and safe remedy, and all its ingredients are vegetable. He gave it the name of Prickly Ash Bitters ! a name every one can remember, and to the present day nothing has been discovered that Is so beneficial for the BLOOD, 'or the LIVER, for the KIDNEYS and for the STOMACH. This remedy is now so well and favorably known by all who have used it that arguments as to its merits are use less, and if others who require a correct ive to the system would but give it a trial the health of this country would be vastly Improved. Remember the name PBICKLY ASH BITTERS. Ask your druggist for ii. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO. ST. LOUIS. If O. The Soap that Cleans Most is Lenox. IRDLES THE GLOBE IS WHAT OUR NEWS SUMMA RY DOES. SS1STANT SHERIFFS KILL TWO STRIKERS IN PENN SYLVANIA. An Iiifliiiiia Vnn l.nrs .IN Wile ami Mon ey The Mattia After a St. I.oul. Italian- An Outrage In Kan is Other Casual! lei. KILLED HI' DRFl'TtES. Sheriffs Atxinlant. Stay One Man and Serioaul n Wound A nother. - The iVnnsylvaiii:i ; iko region was hakrn from center tn circumference bv list such another scene as has been feared for weeks Nine? the drrar'r.l Morewt ol kill- At, I.lcslnrirK. No. .'I, ;i man named Malum was shot dea 1 and another seriou ly Injured. Two Hungarians, who had left the works, were d 'taliTcd bv striker-;, and Su- lerintendent Cray, with his assistants and our ('e;uty sheriffs, went to their rescue I'lieir entrance caused a stannic lo anionic the strikers. A Hungarian rushed out md aroused the o her strikers and soon omc two bnndni I persons wero on ih" scene. Mr. Cray ind the deputies e followed down the hill by the ansry r.wd. who came so close they were com- lled to b'ek down with rifles presents 1. They staved off the mob as long as possible, but Mahau ruslioi up to one of the depu- ies, seizins his ri!lc. and grappled with liiin. This deputy fired and tho balance, ollowed suit. In tho fus.llade Malum fell id. while another was injured. There ire gre:it apprehensions of grea'er trouble it Lei-Inrintr and the force of deputies Is irely Increase I. ItOBHKIf OF WIfK A.Xlt CASH. iiuiily Couple Come to Griff at an In diana Toicn. Several weeks ago Al Porter engaged rooms at Columbus, Ind.. f.ir himself and wife. A man giving his name as diaries White arrived and daimtd Mrs. Porter as a woman lie hail married twenty -ears :vzo. 'niter insi-te l that he had m irri (! the woman eight years ago, but finally withdrew. The same evening the wom- uti accompanied Whit-? t Indianapo lis. Later the womiti and Porter appeared and purchased a ticUe'. for reen-iburg. The landlady then appeared with a warrant for tho arrest of bot'i for the non-payment of boar I. and they were irrested at Hope. Later White turned up lin. He a-cued Porter of abducting his wife and said that they hail $"i(io if his money. He sail the woman abandoned him two weeks ago. She is aged 33, wliilo rter is ten years her junior. White pre rred c iminal charge- against them and they are now in jail. ) i a m o v n i( s r. frames ll'on autt Lantiloiv the Ch6. .Voir Stand. -Following is a showing of the standing of each of the teams of tho different asso ciations: NATIONAL ir.AOCE. W. I,. VC v Bostons 7 4 .6;i l itUburgs. . 5 5 .') ti .4V 7 .3 .4 8 .27: I.. V- 13 .435 14 .417 11 .3 3 H .21". U Vc 7 .5 8 .5 ) ) 9 .4 '1 9 .3)i Cleveland.. 7 4 .6M New Yorkn.. 5 Chfcacor) 4 .rlD Hrooklvns... 4 rniUilelp'B. 0 5 . 54 Cincinnati. 3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. 1.. e. V. Fnltiuiorea . 1-2 5 .7' Columbus. ..10 Hustons 13 fi .G-4 Cincinnati. 11 I ouUvilletk. 14 11 .51 Athletic K St. l.ouis 1.1 Id .5 5 Wshingt's.. 4 wr.STKHN ASSOCIATION. W. I,. Vc. vr. jMiirr . u . " ch. l aillB.... i Sionx Citv. 8 1". .571 Milwaukee. H Omaha s 6 .571 Kansas Cm. t; Slinneap'li. 7 6 .538 Uncolna." . . 4 foci: xehkors vhrvated. Mtoc'.-intf Arfiitfitt Follow n Drunken tiamr of Ciap in a Itaitiray Camp. - At a railroad i amp (in the Chattan oga Southern Road, twenty miles lielow Chat tanooga, four iiezro laborers were burned death. The laborers had been drinking and gambling in a lmx-car until a few mo ments before the fire was discovered. The gives were a-le -p in a drunken st ipor. and t lie car was completely destroyed be fore the camp realized the disaster. The origin of the tiro is unknown, hut charges are m ide that the car waifire 1 for the pur pose of r ibbery. as one of th o cupvits had been winning in a big g.imo of crops. Mar':eii hi the Mafl't. - Tony Patidoltiii. a St. l.ouis Italian, believes wel!-eilu atedandof good ado re-s that he is a miikeil man market $asin:tti n bv tic- ileidlv Mafia. for a l-I am positive that I have been marke I for assas- sinati m." sal I he. -Asl was lo-iniug against a bar I saw a hand stret.diel over my shoulder and tho gleam of a I ng-hladod dirk in 1 he o'o n-hed fingers and then felt the teel in iy breast. ' As he said this lie pushed hick hls.hirt and di-closed a small red line in the middle of his left breast. Pan lolfin attributes the attack to a remark he made in a crowd at tho time of the New Oilcans lynching. He was discus ing the affair withsiine friends ami sal I that '-it served th (logs right." Farweit th' Old Itnar.l. Tie Superior Court of Marion County, did., in the case of the case of tho State Itoard of Agriculture against the Stat" Agricultural an 1 Industrial Hoard deri I-d that th' form 'r is tho lejal body. The Legislature abolished the State Hoard of Agrie ilt ire and created the rival organiza tion to take its place. The old boar I r 'fused to yield and suit was brought to t -st the point. If e'.-ed lo Death for S.7. At A i l a'isas ity. Kan., three men en tered the hoti-e of J. A. Wieklinc, while Mr. Wiekline was away. They ilemanded of Mr-. Wi kiino t'te mon-'j her hc.sbaud had received for cattle. On her refusal to sur render it they b-at her over the head with revolvers, kick -d her, and left her ford -ad. They secured b it .". Mrs. Wiekline may die. Fire f h-ldren Cremated. The house of James Cole, colored, was tin i lie I in Prince Course's County, Md., and bis live children, aged from 5 to 15 years, perished in th ; flames. Captared an incendiary. While t wo large fires were raging at Al toona. Pa., officers captured Bertha Young, a while girl, and John Russell, a colore I man. in a stab'e near the blaze. Th ; wom an confessed that Rus-ell had started bull fires, b Ing angry lo'ause he could not en ter the stabl-s. Four I'rrnotiH Jtrotrned. At Pomeroy. Ohio, a l arty of ten young persons, returning from a dance near ch -s-tor. tried to oros a mill-pond in a boat. Th ? boat sank, and the following four were diownod: Mis Herllia MoKain. Miss Lutio Rideuour. hatlcs F.'ank and Smith MoIale. THE 0LDW0RLD. The fall Mall Gazette gives great promi nence to a scheme which is said to have loon drafted in order to transport Hebrews from Poland and from the southeast of F.u rope to an immense tract of uninhabited land in Australia or Brazil. A crowd composed of about a thousand workingmen met on the Pia-za Savonarola. In Florence, Italy. During the progress of the meeting a speaker made a mrst violent and incendiary address, calling upon the workmen present to plunder the houses of the wealthy classes. The police thereupon interfered, and. after making a short, sharp and determined, charge into the midst of the crowd, arrested the man who was making these violent remarks. A tumult followed, and the workingmen began to handle tho policemen roughly In an at tempt to rescue the prisoners. Finally a squadron of cavalry charged upon the rioters, causing the latter to rush in masses off the -quarc. As the riders retreated down the neighboring streets they troko the store windows right and left. Near Vienna at passenger traveling In an express train suddenly drew two re volvers, and demanded of his three fellow travelers their money and valuables. A frightful straggle ensued. The ruffian used his revolvers with effect, killing two of the men. The third passenger grappled closely with the assassin, who fired In valm The assassin tore himself from the grasp of his antagonist, burst open the car door and Jumped from the train. No traces of Ulm tan be discovered. A dynamite IkuuIi was exploded in a public, street of Paris, but without doing any damage beyond breaking the windows of houses in the vicinity. Notwithstanding the threats of the anarchists there have been no further disturbances in that city. Reports received from all tarts of Eng land show that the epidemic of influenza is still spreading. The Creek Christian living at the cap ital of the Island of Xante attacked the Hebrew i)uarter. and encountered tho po lice. Several of the attacking parly wero killed. PERSONAL NOTES. -Solicitor Ceneral Taft was summoned from Washington to San Diego, Cal., to the deathbed of his father, tho Hon. Alphonso Taft, ex-Secretary of War and ex-Minister to Austria and Russia, .fudge Taft. suf fered so severely from pneumonia while in St. Petersburg. Russia, as United States Mininistcr that he never fully recoverd. A complicat ion of ailments followed, and recently ho went to Chili. South America, where he spent some time try Ing to recuper ate hli health- It was on his return that he stopped at San Iie;o, Cal., where for a time his health appeared to improve. He was Intending to return to Cincinnati when warm wraiiier set in. POLITICAL POINTS. The lower house of the Pennsylvania Legislature passed the compulsory educa tion bill by a vote of Urt to 4fl. The bill re quires that all children t otween the ages of 8 and 12 years shall attend school at least sixteen weeks each year. Several intimate friends of Mr. Blaine say that ho will soon authorize tho puhli eation of a letter In wh"?h ho will positive ly decline to allow his name to be used as a candidate for President. It is reported that 1". S. Hall. President of the Missouri Farmers' Alliance, is op posed to the third party convention which is to be held In Cincinnati. FINANCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL A Washington (Ind.) dispatch says five hundred coal miners employed In the mines near that city are on a strike. Pittsburg is fairly started in the eight hour movement, with 5,000 carpenters out and placing other trades in such a peculiar position that 10.000 members of other build ing organizations will soon follow. The move is undoubtedly the beginning of seri our labor difficulties. The review of t lie week's trade by Ihin A: Co. contains the following: Business is large in volume and sustained by general confidence as to the future. Wheat and flour exports fiom Atlantic ports continue far behind thoseof last year, ami while reports of foreign -top prospects are not favorable, there is .eally no reason to anticipate any shortage or unusual de mand from abroad prior to the close of the current crop year. Tho possible demand next year has to meet it an exceptionally favorable crop outlook. In the Pittsburg mining district the expected sensation is the promised imp r tation of 7.000 workmen from different parts of tho F.ast. It is said many of them will be negroes and Italians. Tho oper ators havo little to say. except that, they must run their plants somehow, while citizens generally are Indignant that steady, skilled labor seems about lo be driven from tho field by tills threatened invasion of ignorant and by no means desirable laborers. Money is rapidly coming into the miners' hands, and its effect was shown at several mass meetings, which were attended by men from Jimtown and Kyle, who promised to come out iu the morning on assurance of support. FIRES ANDACCIDENTS. The n-o-t disastrous forest lire on rec oid in Atlantic County. New Jersey, lias been raging In the vicinity of t'onvertown anil Port Republic, and tho heavens were illuminated during Ibe night like noonday. The pines took fire from a spark from an engine. The heavy westerly wind fanned the blaze, ami tin? flames soon spread to the large pines, anj in a short- time the whole forest south of Pomona was like a raging furnace. The air was tille I with smoke ami flying sparks, and amid tho roar of the flames could l e heard the thun der of the fa ling pines an 1 o iks. A large port ion of the village of l'or e.i;(.rt. N. Y.. burned. The loss M prob ably he about ?.n.0(lti. Near Dayton, O.. a south-bound freight train on the Dayton A Michigan railway was wrecked by the explosion of a locomo tive boiler. Jack Foley, firoman. was fatally s.-aldo 1. The roof of the Troy. Ala., opera house fell while a parly of young people were le-hear-ing an amateur p.erformanoe. Aliout twenty pets m were buried in the ruins The dead ar: Miss Annie Foster, of East man. Ca. : Miss Fannie Lou S'arke, only child of Judge H. W. Starke, of Troy. The seriously injured are: Miss Maggie Burnett, lately of Halnhridge, Ua.: Miss Eula Down ing. Others wero hurt, hut not seriously. A Kukomo i Ind. ) dispatch says a sec tion of a through stock train on the Toledo. St. Louis and Kansas City Kailrai was wrecked at Creentown. ten mill's east of there. Tho train struck a cow. and the en gine and tender v.cro thrown over, wreck in: tlietn and eight cars. Engineer Isaac Koonerine was caught in the wreck and Was crushed to pieces. At Oieiviville. Ohio, a tire engine was limping water to put out a tire. A match was lit l..y a bystander. C. E. Hagis. to look into the cistern to see if the water was low. No -ooner had the match been held over tho mouth of the cistern than an explosion oc curred from natural gas that had accumu lated. The. explosion carried tho rngino f.ve feet in the air. It. falling sideways down into t he cistern. The dome of the cistern, twenty-five feet across, was lifted up and si-altered sixty feet away. Several persons were hurt. Oeorge C. Goodwin A Co.. wholesale druggists, were burned out at Boston. Tho loss is about S45.000. Ly e, Minn., a thrif.y town of 1.000 in habitants, is In ruins. In 1 s; than three loirs fire wiped out property valued at $140,000. The city was entirely without fire piotei th n. and tho flames spread so rapid ly that tiefore assistance from neighboring cities could reach there the lire had done most of Its work. The burned district covers four blocks. There Is strong sus picion that it. was the work of an incen diary. A special dispatch ftom Oakland. Md., says: Forest fires aro raging iu al ni'ist every direction, and clouds of smoke ascend from every mountain and hilltop of Carrot t County. Everything is so extreme ly dry that it is next lo ioipossible to check the tires, and much valuablo properly Is being destroyed. Extensive forest, fires have been raging on the cast end of Long Island for several days. Fully H.imo acte of line timber land have boon burned over. Fire started In the saw-mill of II. S. South ard, at White Cravel, Pa. The mill and general store were soon consumed, with a losof S30,0)0. Tho fire thetfsproa 1 to the sMdded logs and 101.000 feet burned. A treat sect Ion of Southern New Jersey has tern made deso'ule b.' (ire. The cranberry bogs havo been ruined. The fire has been the mod disastDiis in many years. THE CRIMINAL RECORD. At Sic ix Kalis. S. D..1lio'.Pionty Horses" tury lias disagreed and boon discharged. Th recaJ. Itrant jurors refuse I to vote for convict! n because the court refused 10 the defendant au ioterpre'er. the refusal being based on the ground that Plenty lli r-es was able to talk Knglish linen ly and understood it perfectly. Dr. It. Maus-i. one of Washington's leading phy.s'cians and most respected citi zens, lies at the point of deat'i from a self inflict d bullet-wound. He was craze I by an attack of grip. Mirolcus Kclix Aaron. ISaron von Ha ven, the man arre-ted at l.itt e Kock, Ark., on suspicion of lieing a Hot Springs crook. Is unijuestionali y of noble p ircntago. The Hot Springs officers sav. however, that he Is a professional bunco-steerer. Near Pine Ulna". Ark.. John .T. Hooker fatally shot John II. Derreseaux in a quar rel which began in the fencing up of a piece 3f road. Thomas CaUihaii. vt Columbus, Oiiio, fatally sb.o. )! wife throe tlmoi. Ha u in- sane and Imagined that he was to be sent to an asylum. News has boon received that some parties went to Lavinsky's mills, near Ver bena, Ala., and carried off absolutely everything except the mill. The property was valued at thousands of dollars. The family of Oliver Morgan, a farmer near Winchester, Ohio, left him plowing in the field while they went to Lynn on busi ness. When they leturued they found him dead. He had liven shot through the heart. His revolver was missing and a rock was found on the floor. The room was smeared with blood, indicating a desperate struggle. A strange man. giving his name as t'harley McKinney, was traced to Winchester, and placed in jail. He Is apparently a tramp. At. New York, Coorgia Arlington, aged 10, visited her sister. Anr.a Arlington. Georgia v.a-i intoxicated when Anna began to scold. Coorgia. seeing a bottle of car bolic acid, picked it up. and dashing a por tion of It over her face drank tho rest. Death followed quickly. Anna says they are lioth daughters of a wealthy iron mer chant In Chicago, anil that she believes her sister ;n married to a man by the name of Coughter. Willie Monroo Walter (colored), who was the ringleader in the attempt to poison Captain Barren! ino, was being taken from Birmingham, Alabama, to Columbus, Miss., twenty men overpowered the officers, took the prisoner out to some woods near by, and lynched him. MISCELLANEOUS NOTES. A Washington correspondent telegraphs that from present indications seal-oatehing in Bohring Sea this summer is going to bo free to all comers. American wheat and grain dealers may be Interested to learn that cereals can be Imported into Venezuela free of duty. A plant for the manufacture of gun cotton will probably soon bo established in central Pennsylvania or elsewhere Iu tho interior. A Meehaiiioshurg (Ohio) disp itcli say a diseaso has attacked tlie horses of that vicinity which puzzles the skill of the vet erinary surgeons. It is similar to the epi demic of epizootic which raged over tho country a few years ago. A number of fatal cases are rep irted. The Chinese Government has notified the Government of the I'nited States through the Department of State of its un willingness to receive. Henry W. Blair as Minister to China. Mr. Blair's son ex pressed surprise when informed of the ac- rtENitv w. in, a in. tion of tho Chinos Government. It was, he said, the Trst that any of the family had heard of it. Ills father, he felt sure, was not aware of the situation. It is under stood that the objection to Mr. Itlair Is based upon his utterance concerning the Chinese question. Assistant Secretary Span'iding. jn a let ter to the Collector of Customs at New York, says that, after adv. sing with the I'nited States Attorney General, tiie Treas ury Department has decided that suaars cp rtod with benefit of drawback prior to the 1st Inst., and since reimported. must, under tho provisions of paragraph 4'Xi of tho act of Oct. 1. ls'oO. pay "duties e pial to the drawbacks allowed." Gcrinar Zuoearrcllo. a dot.iine 1 Italian immigrant, who is said to he an ev-c nviet, walked out of tho Supreme Court chambers at New York and escaped. At the Washington navy yard the jack et has boon suceo sfully placed on the sec ond IrMiich rifle gun for tho coast-defense vessel Montorey. At. Now York, there have been Cn,44!l immigrants landed during April, the high est number for Apt II since lss-. when 4.'v'i, 450 were landed. The number landed last April as t'l.fW. Ke ports from sixteen of Ihe principal wheat-growing counties iu Kansas are that the wheat is tin ning yellow from some un known cause. The to or; says those coun ties will not yield more thin half to two Ihirds of a full crop. Keno County reports much damage from the llos-lan II y. .low oil County reports many fi Ids unlit to cut. The "new" bug appears in several r. unties where the wheat, is turning yeilow. Knuu1howititer-whe.it district there ports are most favorable. This bulletin is issued from tho Signal Oflice: The weather has boon specially favorable for all growing crops through mt the grain regions of the Northwest and the centra1 valleys. Kxoesive sunshine and warm weather favored farm work, and early sown wheat in Minnesota and Dakota is In excel lent condition. The light f rosis w hich oc curred during the week in the central val leys did not prove injurious. In the winter wheat region, extending from the Ohio Val ley wat ward to Kansas and southward to lnnossee and Arkansas, all crop are re torted in excellent condition; wheat and crass growing nicely and much corn he'n g planted. The warm. clear weather has eaosed very rapid evapora tion, and although there has boon an excess of precipita' ion during Ihe season, there are many localities In the central valleys w her.? additional rain would prove honcficial. and the ini: ati ms are that those rains will occur dur ng the early pa.'t of next week. In the cotton re gion cool night have retarded growth, and crops are generally in need of rain. Ore go i reports normal weather condit ions and wheat prospects mod exc 'Ilent. but rain to the c i st of the Cascades would be benefi cial. California reports that high winds and hot weather damaged the grain crops materially In tho latter part of tho week. I' rests in the ccast counties have slightly damaged the fruit prospects. Haying Is in P'ogrosin southern California; I rospecti S 'od. LA 1 EST MAICKKT tJlOTATIONS. CHICAGO. Oattxk Common to Prime. .i.2. ts r-.r.o ;t.io (t ,V2" 3.5) ( r..") I.IKOn( 1.07'j .OS i(tl .70 ..1.1 '2 il. .;-4'j M ( .'. .'i (. .27 noon hhliping (ii-ades I nnPKe wiikai .o. lied Co hn No. 2 Oats No. 2 .. Ktk N$ 2 Bcttfh Choice ('rea-nery a: ksk Full ( nam, tints Ktitis Fresh PoTaioks Western, per bu INDIANAPOLIS. Caiti.f Shipping Hi oi Cnofco I.ieht Hhi-ki" 1 ommon to Prime Whrat No. 2 lied Cons No. 1 White Oats-No. 2 White ST. 1,01'IS. Cattle Hons. Whkat No. 'J Ked TonsNo. 2 Oaih - No. i Baiii.et -Iowa CINCINNATI. Catm.k H .on "." SHFEO Whkat No. '2 Ited Corn No. 2 OAl8-.No. 2 Mixed DKTHOIT. Catilk Hons liHFKP Whkat No. 2 Hod Corn No. 2 Yellow Oat-, No. 2 White TOLKDO. Wheat Corn-Cash Oats No. 1 nbite " Ci.oveii Hi En EAST iaBEKTY. Cattle Common to Prime Hoos-I.ight f heep Medium I ,AMBS MIL A At'KF.ii." Wheat No. 2 Spring Corn No. 3 Oats No. 2 White "'." 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Ground lias l.een broken fortlie mv;u iikint which is to be raised at River.iie l ark, Now York, where rests all that is mortal of the great hero of the. rebellion, (Jen. tirant. Tho ceremony was per formed amid the plaudits of thousands of citizens, the blare of trumpets, the beatinsi of dr.ims, tho boom in? of can non, the melody of children's voices, and the clO'iuencc of orators. There, upon the hillside, gathered tho members of tho (irand Aitny of the lie public and a number of other bol.'es, who, ratiRing themselves around tho tomb, paid reverence to tho memory of him whom all nations honored while iu life. On the Hudson liiver, decorate I with bunting, lay anchored opposite thu tomb tho warship Yautic, and at two o'clock her guns commenced to belch forth a salute of twenty-one puns, which wero fired at intervals of thirty seconds. On the jil a 1 1 or in near the mound wero gathered the members of the Monument Association, tho members of Alexander Hamilton Tost, ti. A. II., the leadini? members of the various (irand Armv posts, and the orators who had boon se lected for tin; occasion. I'eforo tho regular ceremonies com menced Lawson W. Fuller, at the head of 'MM children from the Sheltering Arms institution and a drum and fifo corps playing "America." marched past the tomb with Hags drooped. Kaeli child carried a bout:et of forget-me-nots, which w.-ro cast upon tho tomb. Tho Marine Hand played an overture, after which the liev. Dr. Clark Wright, chap !a:n. of llepartmeiit Commander I-reo-rnau's staff, offered prayer, and a chorus sang "Tho Star Spangled lianner. " Commander Freeman j resided and in a few wc'I-chosen words introduced (ien. Horace l'or'er, the orator of the day. After sketching his career to the out break of the rebellion and pointing out the marked literary ability shown in his dispatches and memoirs, (ien. Fortur the chant mi.ni'mknt, spoke of the soldier in the most touch' Ing manner, reviewing his brilliant n c ird from the beginning of the war until the timo of his death. The chorus sang "America," whoa Commander Freeman arosi to initiate the particular ceremony of tho 'ay the breaking of the ground for tho monu ment, liefore turning up tho sod Com mander Freeman said that J recce ha I its heroes, nien who won fame by a single act. or gave their lives to carry out a noble purpose. The woroi is full of monuments to the great and good of generations past every nation lias its sacred shrines. Koine thus kept alive the memory of her magnificent conquests and victories and the men who achieved them. Kualand is full of memoria s to lier distin finished rulers, generals, poets, and phi lanthropists. Put the sa- red shrines of America arc dearer to us than any other. We ho'd with reverence the cons 'crated soil oT Mount Vernon, lest we may dis turb the ashes of our beloved Washing ton We bow our heads in silence and lift our hi arts in gratitude at the resting place of him w hose homely features aneJ loving, loyal heart will never fall from memory. Our eyes till with tears as wo stand bos'de the monument of our beloved (.'arlield. Almost every city and town has its monument to the brave men who fel in the hattle-lieM, died in the hospital, or waste. I away iu the stilling air of the death-Icaling prison, said Com mander F reeman. Hut wo come to-day to perform the preparatory work for a monument to the grandest soldier of them all I lysscs s. (itant. Horn in comparative poverty, he made his way step bv s:cp to the highest honor which this nation could bestow. Without brilliant genius or gifts of ratory, he fu nishod inspiration for others and pushed right on in his purpose until the goal was reached. His ashes rest hero, but our broad land is his burial place. We call h'm ours, but the nations eif tho civilized world vied with ca di other in showing him honor "We gather," sa d the speaker, "no simply as the representatives of the hundreds of thousands of living and dea I w hom lie lo I to victory, but. of the entire, nation, the mon who wore the blue. Now, in the presence of the Al mighty (iod and these witnesses, we, the representatives of the. (irand Army of the Kepublie, break the sod preparatory to laying the foundation of the monu ment which shall stand as a slight ox prcss:on of the Ioo of this nation for i s gr. at chieftain and shall toll to all the world that tho l tilted Mafs ot America doos not forget her heroic dead " At the close of h's remarks Command er Freeman took tho spado in his hands and with it tossed up the earth. This ended the ceremonies and the crowd dis petved. Origin of Celtry. Wild celery has been known from tho earliest times. It is spoken of in tho Cdyssoy under the name of senilon, and in Thoophrastus; but later Dioscorides and Pliny distinguished between the wild and cultivated (elcrv. In the lat ter the leaves are bleached, which great ly diminishes their brittleness. The wild plant has a wide range. It, extend j from Sweden to Algeria, Kgypt, Abyssinia, and iu Asia from the Cau casus to Ite'ucliistan and tho mountains of Priti-h India. It grows in ditches and other damp places, and in Europo it is rank, coarse, and somewhat poison ous. Prof, dray calls it "a strong-scent- od, a-rid, poisonous plant of the coa-t of Europe, of which the variety Dulce, garden ce'ery, is rendered succulent and edible when blanched, and the base of the leaf stalks enlarged through long cultivation." One variety of cult'vated celery, Iho celerioc, is raised only for the not or base of the leases, which be u mes white solid bulb. 1 h;s is more commonly called turnip- rooted celery and differs more widely than the other from wild celery. 'Iho larger plants, also called smcllage, is km t celery and botanically are species of iho parsley lam ly. Umd Hoxtse- kCClhll'J. t'sefnl and Itrautifiil Nove lies. 1Ixii.es of Dresden ware have ap peared on some of the new umbrellas for women. One may gratify his tasta with table glass, cut plain, engraved, gilded or enameled, and still be in fashion. DF.eonATi:r egg baskets in china, hold ing four to six cups each, are an orna mental convenience for the tabic Fiikttv travs of various si :es and de signed for pons, pins and other small ob jects a r this season out in de orated (h nar.n l cut g'a-'s, tho shapes being !.u:c Ii the same as those occurring in 3.1 Ter. gr,iOTiT,iSL-p LiJtJ CI Don't Get Sea-Sick. Lemons, oranges, champagne all these are recommended, says the Indira' Some Journal, but the best recomtnou Jatlon, the most practical and common tense, is to let the sea-sickness have it fray, and then you arc over with it. Vou can modify any possible attack by a little care as to diet a day or two before tailing, by avo'din;? greasy and rich foods, and this is wise. Hut don't go on Doara with the, sett ed idea iliat you are poing to be sick. Dismiss the thought Keep on your feet the ri'st day out. Walk uu and down the deck continuous ly. 5y this method you get accustomed to tho motion of the ship, tire your-elf out, and, if you ate any sort ot a sleeper, you will s'eep soundly the. lirst night Then th worst is uwr Hut if not, an 1 you do get sick, just accept it philosophi cally. f course, you will feel miser able. Hut let f lu; spell run its i ourse. and it is dono And you are better for it, and certainly wiser than tn try a nd cure it by a mixture of t iings which only give, the sto'oacli a rea-oii for a continual! of proceedings, one or the leading medical authorities in the world says that liftocn grains of sulphate of quinine, administered two hours, or foyrr hours at the most, before embarking, will completely free even sensit ive sub jects from the horrors of s. a sickness. r the Misery or It. fluman wrotehLsliiess ton !be-i bottom ia sea sickness. Life id hoi 1 a feather's weight by the unfortunate afflicted with it. Why endure Ps atrocious internal eonvnl inns when Hostel t'-r's Stomach Bitters relievos them ins'anter? Not only relieves, but I rn.ot:ts. It ih not alway.ton the "briney" that traveler's nausea is experi enced. Bailway journeying, viiiing wiih one's back to tho horses or the locomotive sometimes produces it in super-sensitive stomachs Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters is always the prompt remedy. The mischievous properties of brack- isu water, tne evil iiitmeiice or miasma, uu- wholesome or tinaccust'inied food, oxecseive fattboie, whether bodily or menial, tho dyspeptic tendency bren by sedentary pursuits, the per nicious effects of exposure to extremes of tem perature or dampness, all these are elfectually counteracted by this genial preservative of health Cures also rheumatism, kitluty, and bliious trouble. A ? uli-Treasury 4,irls f-'ittil. An ancient (ireek coin, valued at about S40, was found in a lot of Ilfty cent piec s that arrived at the Sub-Treasury recently. The handsomer oiing lady who found the rarity was allowed to keep it by substituting a lifty-ccnt piece out of her own pocket. This is perfectly legiti mate, as I 'nolo Sam has no time ;f.d no desire to make a collection of rare coins. All he wants is a strict accounting of every penny that is bandied by the Sub Treasury, anil this he lias always got. The coin-handlers under ('apt. Walters come across many a rare coin which dis honest persons attempt to deceive the Sub-Treasury into accepting. These rare coins are never turned back to the per sons who sent them, but ate the legiti mate prey of the one who detects the profitable fraud. r'liiln h l jthitt R-'rurd. Why nro you sicl? Iteeause you have neglected Nature's laws. She continually trios to correct the Ir-outile. but cannot do it without assistance. Prickly Ash Hitters is the assistant needed, and with the help of this medicine your health will be fully re stored, liive it a trial and watch the results. A lhaweit-Oiit Cane. The Kimball (S I). ) t;r.tihio says that a farmer driving into that . it last week disooverod what ho supposed to he diamond willow cane by the roadside. which he threw into his buggy, and the ftableboy took it into the ofiice, but em thawing out it proved to lie a rattle sn ako. sir tin; hits I'UOM COCCUS. SOKE should t ry "ciicir.- htl'iit siinple but sure remedy. Price 25 cts. THKKAT. etc.. chiiil Titirhrit.'' a ohl mily in ExTR.eT from a bride's letter of thanks: "Your beautiful o!o-k was r ceived and is now in the dr.iwing room on the mantelpiece where we hope to see you often." The Hebrews saw "Wtion t'i tal1? of bricks is doubled Moses comes." For overv bu-den soino relief oxiits. mry house keepers o .tun Hud reliei in the use of SA- PU1.1U. CtJSTOMi-i: You say this is a real an tique'? I'.ric-a-brac llea'er It's one of the Ciiest pieces of work by one of the best ancient masters of the present da v. I'ive cents s.-ived on soup; live dollars lost on rotte-.l clothes. Js that ertptmtnit'i There is not j cents diiToienee between, tne cost of a bar of the ooivst soap made and the, best, which is. as alt know, Dobbins' Always keep your dosjinis and busi ness Irorn tlie Knowledge 01 others. A xkw map of hina has boon ordered by the Kmperor, and the surveys have bacilli. A child that is restless at nisht. and don't sl?cp w"U. should be siiven Dr. Hull's Worm Destioyors. It ni.iy have worm. By mail, 25 cts. John D. Turk. Cincinnati. tMiio. Don't detail all the s'anders you can think of at tho table. For a disordered liver try Beeohamu riLLs. An open-faced policeman. watch tho yawning Ik vou put your eye on your neighbor's row the weeds will prow up in your own. BitONCrtlTis Is cured by frequent small doses of I'iso' C'uro for Consumption. Dux'r make vourself and vour own affairs tho chief topic, of conversation. That Tired Feeling Trevails with its most MjprvatirK and diprnraiinif pflect in Fprinn and early f-unimor. whpii tV toning efWtof the cold air is pono and the days Rrmv warm er. Hood's tartfavarilia speedily overcomes that limd frelinjE. liethrr ranwd by rliange of climate, peason or life, hy overwork or illness, and imparts thai leelinp of strength and hp, f -confidence whfrh i comforting and FatUfting. It also cures nick head ache, biliousness, indigestion or dyspepsia. Hood's Sarsaparilla fold by all dniKisfs. It ; xior$". hi V. I. HOOD : I'O.. Lowell. Masi. Prepare. 1 onlr (OO Doses One Dollar DISOS KK.MKIIY KdK A t'lic.-incst.. Holier is iininca.ole. Cold In the Head it baa no equal. It is .in Ointment, of which a small particle is applied to the nostrils. Trice, 50c. Sold by druggists or sent by mail. Address. E. T. Uazri.tikb. Wanen. Pa. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. Bk k""l'"LO' t " f l"UUuii THE DniCINIL AND GCNUiaE. lAilte. OrtiCirist fnr i'hichtr a boxe ratM wftb bin ribhoo. Take AW ptll in DftUbftrd tmien. pink wrKpner. Rr tlMaVrrena tfimmtrMl. At Dinni-it. r 4i. in rmi f'or prticu'r. tut imoQiaUj. lO.ttOO T-tinonil. t'irrr. 4SId ly mil lj9cmt Drucs-ata. CCT DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES. Th WOHOERrUL OFflCC and THE WONDERFUL LUBURG CHAIR Combines a room-roll of f 'hairs in one. besides i ""i.kik'"' i k aaSnaiU 'iWi. JSlHJ L 7$M Vj "IrTj., j ice cmiTt. TfllCVELES. I 1.1 till Is making Unit, Kcd,orronrht m-i'id appliances of every description Fnnejr 'hir, Kochera, trW Write at on for Catalogue Llt-RMV OEMS Send stamnx and the LUBURG MANUFACTURING CO. Philadelphia. Pa. Dept. A, 101 No. 321, 323, 325 North 8U. Street. Copyright, 1E3J. Ttsh loft's favorite fad, centers in that fatuous, fascina ting game lawn tennis. But there are women who cannot engage in any pastime. They are delicate, feeble and easily exhausted. They are sufferers from weaknesses and disorders peculiar to females, which are accompanieel by Ballow coniplexions, expressionless eyes and haggard looks. For overworked, " worn - out," " run - down," debilitated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses, " shop-girls," housekeepers, nursing mothers, and feeble women gen erally, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription is the greatest earthly boon, being uneqnaled as an appe tizing cordial and restorative tonic. It's the only medicine for women, sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee from the makers, of sat isfaction in every case, or money re funded. This guarantee has been faithfully carried out for years. SHILOliS CONSUMPTION CURE. The Fticcess of this Great Cough Cure is without a parallel in the history of medicine. All druggists are authorized to sell it on a pos itive guarantee, a test tfcat no other cure can suc cessfully stand. That it may become known, the Proprietors, at an enormous expense, are placing a Sample Bottle Free into every home in the United States and Canada. If you have a Cough, Sore Throat, or Bronchitis, use it. for it will cure you. If your child has the Croup, or Whooping Cough, use it promptly, tnd relief is ure. If you dread that insidious disease Consumption, use it. Ask your Druggist for SIllI.OII'S CURE, Trice locts., 50 cts. and $1.00. If your I.ungs are sore or Back lame, use Sliiloh's Porous Plaster, Price 25 cts. I If you hare a j COLD or COUCH, J acute or loatllns to J : CONSUMPTION, : SCOTTS r PI RIl '! I.IYF.K Oil. ! AND HTPOPHOSPHITES OF LIME ASD SODA is sirnE cure x-'on. it, ( This propnrnilon contains the etimuia t ting properties ot the Hitpnphnaptetrt i ami n 110 Xoriregia n 1 uwr on. an.l fluo Xortrealan lArcr Oil. CseiJ 1 i.livaieiritia r.ll tltn world over. It Is a palatable a milk. Three times as ema- ( cions as plain Col Liver Oil. A perfeet t nonunion, belter than n il others ton. lo. For all forms of Watting Disrasrn. Hronchitis, 2 5 coxsujiPTioy. t Scrofula, and a5 a Flesh Producer there is nothing like SCOTT'S EMULSION. J ( It Is sold i.y all PruRsisis. Itnoonpby ' profuse explanation or impudent entreaty ( induce you to nccopt a substitute. For a Disordered Liver Try BEECH AITS PILLS. 25cts. a Box. OF AUi DXtT.-OCiI.-sT!-?. TAKE Tne first dose often astonishes the invalid, giving elast icit t of mind, bouyanry of ixxly, GOOD DIGESTION. tegular bowels and solid desh. lrice, 254, YOMAN "Kit DISKASI'.S AMI THKIR 1? Treatment.'' A valuable iim Iraicu Imck of T'.? panes Kt ni ns-e, 011 receipt 01 tOren'-.tocnveroost ot luailtiiB. etc. Aiblre-H P.O. Hex lock Pbila. I'a THK HOI.Y I. AMI. Round tlis World. Select parties, best tickeolwt tariltties.ocean tickets. H. liA.K .V Si IN. '. i broad" ay. N. V. 1 Ksi. ISI4. 1 CATARRH nRKi. SHinpiernrr Abreots wanted. I HLL. Lanuerbacli t"o..Nerk.. J. PATENTS , Illustrated Hand B.iok free. ,F. It Tt.ll.LK A (() WasliiiiKtmi. II. '. r.ease mention RHEU r.ease mention this Paper every tune jou write. M A T I C M van wren's ITI H I lulU. Kreitmatic Com roesD is the only positive cure lor this painful disease. Fastcx- twri.-nee sneaks for It.elf Depot, 1849 Madison Street, Chicago. PENSION v"hlKtIn".V 'Successfully Prosecutes Clabris. Late Principal Examiner U.S. Pension Bureau, ajroiulaat wax, lSadjudicatiugcUUiu, att; uuco. Pr. Snvder Kidney Balfnm cures KnurwMa I.IU I H kn! BED WETTING.) COr rimil.'tl-S Hll.l llwlimmilHl. .iIiImh vitk ntumrd Ir. O. V. F. SNTPfR, Mrvk-ker Thmtr. fhlraso. I'll. For sale by all Orugflists. Price $1.00. WALL S.UIPT.KS Si:V FRKK ot hpriiu patirriis ".villi lor drrsand ieilini:s to match Oi.e halt million rolls oC ltrd at wlioh'KHie irip?H -r i r ii()Mtaip iriteM PAPER wniie macKs. to tr; Hilt. f to n.V: Km tossed iiilTn. He to 1 will send you the motif itonnlar rolorimr. and ciiaintt'a tn svh Vi it: inom v. AI.I-'liKl I'KATS. ail Taper M rt haiit. ;-;. .Va-iit i gtun-bt.A'liicaijo AT;UiII. -ilfst, ICasicst to use. cure is certain, l or RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND it- ir V'llUU Th I Rft Sum. anrl Pill fnr Bnrtiih ttiamani Brand in tid mn l fii.ld morailio tker klntl. Hffutt Suhttitntinn and imitnli(m$. Kf Uef fr IKHr. tn ttttr. h rtMm Mall CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., HtUnn Nanarft I'llll.AlU- l.l'lll A, mention goods rrar.ted. Ernmm Tuff's Pills 5 V M II 1 not hnv from the I,arTPt Kaetory of """ it kind in the 01 VC 3lldHlemrn" r 1 world, unit OH ft lralen' profita. j REFRIGERATORS I v Over 1,000 Articles j I gUPj-jljvtJ1! direct tn consumers, thcrctiy I TfcgagpajjaS I VJ v".T. 1 k. ' vj r iw l TV JsJT" M( I Kits 1 KIT I w -v. 1 VT I w 1 1 YiiAl I Ba a i a lSRaH J-a ! Ii i IXTDlUlCUi Syrup" PorTli roat and Luixc " I have been ill k Hemorrhage ''about five years, "have had the best Five Years, "medical advice, "and I took the first "dose in some doubt. This result "edin a few hou rs easy sleep. There ' ' was no further hemorrhage till next "day, when I had a slight attack "which stopped almost immediate "ly. By the third day all trace of " blood had disappeared and I had "recovered much strength. The "fourth day I sat up in lied and ate " rav dinner, the first solid food for "two months. Since that time I "have gradually gotten better and " am now able to move about the "house. My death was daily ex " pected and my recovery has been " a great surprise to my friends and "the doctor. There crm benodoxibt "about the effect of German Syrup, "as I had an attack just previous to "its use. The onlv relief was after " the first dor-e." J.R. L0UGIUIEA5 Adelaide, Australia. UBlFS 2.nn ?M.75 li.?QR W. L. DOUCLAS 83 FOB GENTLEMEN. S C.tlO iomiiiie llauil-srueil. an elr-Kaut and 9 tvhsll iirss ino which coTumrmis itKlt. M .on llaml-spned elt. A tine calf tboe ilQ v "iuaU-(l tor stvlf and duratitllty. JO. 50 tirxMljrear Writ is the standard dress Shoo - n,SO 1'oln-ciimn'ii Shite is especially danft-' lor railroad mi-ii. lanacrs. etc. i tK3.M(l Ittr ijiilies. is iiip oniy iiHiiu-servii ' O i-old at this iioin!ar price. S-" li"K'tuhtie for Ijtdiesisa new depart. lire Hna proilll-- l- l'i'riir er. ."Mi.sr. IO.OO Shfte for lolies ni 1.7." for Misses oS mil retain the r enellciice tiTK.vie.n tc All goods warranted and stannied l-h name on bottom. II tt'ivertisec local met.t -alint eni.plr yu. send diTOct to tat.rv, inelosinK advertise! price or a costal fororder hnk. Hv. I. IHII I.l.ts. lirork on. M:us. WAVTKIi Slut Dealer in eery eltv and town u.it occupied, to take exclusive an n.-y. All .- centa advertised in local pap.-r. sei:d tor iilust'd -aiaioa:u. THIS IS THE ONLY SCALE 5 TON. fen Reliable , Accurate , Durable: BEAMB0X-BRASS-BEAM-IR0M-1.EVERS; ADDRESS. J0NES."he pats. fHE FREIGHT ?'F0R TERMS. BINGHAMTON, N.Y GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. GERMAN Sweet Chocolate. -The most popular rreefc ' C hocolate in the market. It is nutritions ami palat- aMe ; a particular favorite with children, and a most excellent article for family use. Served as a drink, or eattn as confectionery, it lis a delicious Chocolate. The genuine is stamped upon the Tapper, S. Ger man, Dorchester, Mass. Sold bj Grocers Trrrwhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. mi a -.".;..' - -a 11 v. oat m "j- JONES. r arm is m 1 all I fl 111 Clllfl II U -VASELINE- A FOR A OXK-DOttAR ltlLC ent iiBbrrt-Sk ' I we will deliver, free of all chances, to anv ierotrTB I the t olled States, all ol the followimr artn-Jea. un. fully parked: One two-ounce bott e ol Pure Vaseline 10 cts. One two-ounce bottle ot Vaeelirje i'oniade.... 15 " line jar of Vaseline Cold t'reatu 15 - One. cake of Vaseline Ciiftiphor Ice 10 " One cake of Vaseline S iap, iitiKcented 10 Onecakeoi . VaseliiieSo.n.exgniKltelv scented " One tfosmuce bottle of White Vaceline. ...... 25 Or. fnrp-tnne finp, mn xtngle article nt the price named, tht no account be perntoideii to arcetit fnim ynvrdr?!Jlt ana Vwteiine or preporotion Oiere'rom 1'ioeiea Tun our name, because t,,,u trill errtaine ly rei-eire an imitation nin h kat littit or no ro.'wr. dieAcbrough Mfa. Cov, 24 State St N.T. ASTHMA. Popham's Asthma SpeciB Gives immediate relief. It is believed to be the Pest ASTHMA Remedy known to humanity. Send for Trial I'ackage, FHKK. told by PrneEi'ts. -er:t by maii. postpaid, for 1 tier Box. Address THOS. l'Ol'HAM. 2.1C1 Kidae Avenue, rhilada. Tke Oldest Medicine in the World it frohahly un. i9.iAt' iHw.tirso.ti's CELEBRATED EYE-WATER. iim arueie is a vareiuuy prepare! pnisa-ua pn aeriptloo, and has been In constant use for nearly a centurv. There ore few disease to which mankind re subject more distressing than sore eyes, and none, perhaps, for which more remedies have been tried without success. Tor all external lnhamtpatloa of theees It ts an Infallible remedy. If the dlreo tion are followed It will never fall. We particularly Invite the attention of ph slclans to its merits. For sale by all druggists- JOHN U THoUPbON, SOS0. fc CO-Trot, . Y. Estabusbed 179T. rai-karr Di.k. J a.lu.i... l..irion. ap.r.lmg n.l apH-tiing. Sold by all ttraler?. A tawtintl Pl.-ture Bo. CM nt tre t w out wfllna their aldti. to The O. E. M1KKS Cll Fhll'a s. x. 11. No. 19-t In writina lo Atlvert liters, please do not Tnll to fienttoit this paper. Advert isers like to JknoTf what inrtlium pay them best. "CAN I ASSIST YOU. MMMM1" This is an every-day occurrence: she Is taken with that "all-gone" or faint feel in?. The cause of this feeling is some de rangement, weakness, or irrepnlarity inci dent to her sex. I nstsint relief may always bo found by using LYDIA E. PIXKHAM'SunCund It is the only Positive Cure and Legitimate Remedy for those peculiar weaknesses and ailments of women. Every llmggist sells it, or sent by mail, in form of Fills of Iozngi, on receipt of SI. 00. ae. ri.li--. Vh , - CiMf u WealU aaa ttliat Urn," -o- wwaiij uiMniw, at i uwtatat imm as, Lydla K inkham Mod, C., Limn, I 1