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LATE TELEGRAPHIC TICKS
FROM MANY POINTS.
Important NtTi Item Received aa W
3o to Pre.
Illmnmi Arrldruta and I ntnllllp.,
A! Canton, Miss., a destructive hailstorm
occurred, onufing inenlciiliible riniimne. The
hnilnUmps were as laiye as teacups, nml re
mained on the grmintl for nil hour. Mo
tions from the surrounding emmtry give
fearful accounts of the ilniim-e done. The
cotton and corn crops ore ilaiiini:ol tj the
extent of 73 ier rent., nnd fruit linn been
completely destroyed. Nti'lian John, n far
mer, was killed hy hailstones while plowing
In hid fields.
While cut walking Charles Mndisnn, of
New Orleans, j:ed 21, was suddenly triu It
en bl i lid.
An explosion nt King's pn-vder mill, near
Cincinnati, killed Archie Hriilils ami badly
wounded four others. The factory is
At Cleburne, Tex., a cyclone demolished
forty-two bouses. Ir. Presrntt nnd liis
Wife were crushed by their fnlling house nnd
fatally Injured. Several other persons were
injured. Crops of nil kinds are badly
A father, mother nnd two children nam
ed Shnlcr, near Forest City, Mo., drowned
In a pond. Kirt a ly fell from n foot
bridge into the water, nnd the other mem
bers of the family, one utter another, leaped
in ill a vain attempt nt rescue.
(leorge Lear and .lames Patterson were
struck nt New Florence, l'a , by nn express
train and killed. They were employed on
unravel train and both reside J at New
Three negro men nnd a woman lmve been
killed by lightning on a plantation near
At Canon City, Col., a guard nt the peni
tentiary nccidently discharged his ritle,
futdly wounding John Asthu'y, a guard
and wounding two more guards nnd a con
vict. Clinton S. strong, (.f Cleveland, member
of the junior class of Cornell I'niversity.wns
drowned while" bathing nt Ithaca, N. Y.
The body was recovered.
An electric car Jumped the track at F.alti
more, turning over and throwing .1) passen
gcrsout. Christopher Iieuver was killed
and several others seriously injured.
At Ninparn Fnlls, N. Y., Mackl em A S!nt
er' malt house, with SO.isKi bushels of malt,
were burned. Four tireinen. Herman ilertel,
Louis Frommert, Joseph Percy nnd James
Jncohy, who were on one of the high roofs,
were precipitated into the ruins by the walls
falling. Hertel fell JO feet. Other firemen
rushed to the rescue nnd dragged Hertel anil
Frommert out. They weie unconscious.
Percy and Jncoby hnd almost a mirnculous
esca. It is feared Ilertel will die. Loss on
the building, oer 10,000, nnd on the bar
ley and malt, .ri0,000; insurance, fMi.UXr.
At Hhinbeck, N. Y two barns belonging
to Vice President Morton, with two horsra
wcro burned. Loss, ta.000. Caused by
At Grand Rapids, Mich., Powers opera
houes wns gutted by tire. Ixww, IliV.UtHI;
At liockport, Mo., 10 business buildings.
At Denver, Col., the People's Thenter,
owned by ex-Pcnntor Tuhor. 1-oss, t!K,0U0;
At llirminghnm, Ala , a number of busi
ness bouses, dwellings, a hotel and a furni
ture factory, nt Cullmunthe, a well-known
Alabama Herman colony. Lou, tt;o,ou0;
The entire plant of the Crescent paper
mills, Hartford Citv, Ind., one ol the largest
in Indiana, was destroyed by fire. Loss,
ttl8,OO0; insurance, t :C,000.
Tho Maine Democratic State Convention
nominated Charles F. Johnson for Gover
nor, and selected Delegates-at-Large to the
Chicago Convention, and adopted resolu
tions recommending the renuminution of
Clevclund for President.
The Mississippi Democratlo Btnte Con
vention met in Jackson. Notwithstanding
that the delegates selected to the Chicago
Convention go uninstructed, the convention
Was clearly Cleveland. The platform in
dorse Cleveland, but does not instruct.
The Maryland Democratic State Conven
tion met at liultimote and named delegates
to the National Convention. The delegates
are uninstructed, but will vote us a unit.
The big fight in the Texas Democratic
Convention took place at Fort Worth, after
a strong free silver plunk hud been adopted.
The delegates are instructed to act us they
deem wise and are not shackled by instruc
tions. The delegates stand 111 for C'leveiund
to 14 for Hill.
The Alabama Democratic convention
Saturday elected Cleveland delegates to the
C'h icugo con t en tion .
Capital, Labor and luilaalrlal,
Joseph Purondcsa, tbe leader of the cloak
mukers' Union, New York, convicted and
sentenced for exorting money us a condi
tion of ending a strike, is a free man, Gov
ernor Flower having issued hie pardon. i
About 70 Salt Lake City plumbers struclt
yesterduy. They auk an increase of uy
from M to 1 5.
Kust Liverpool, O., potteries are about
closing up on account of growing dullness of
trade. A lurge Dumber of persons will be
thrown out of employment.
Five hundred itriking lumber ahovcrsat
Tonuiiwuiida, N. Y., drove off the non
union men and took possession of the dock
nd barges. The police fired blank cart
ridges at the strikers, but the latter returned
tbe Cr with ball cartridges, ihooting two ol
the officers, one of them fatally. A noo
union man was almost atoned to death. A
Sheriff ' posse finally arrested ten of Uu
strikers' leaders. The feeling against tbem
was to strong that tbey bad to be removed
to Lock port Jail under guard.
Crime aad Peaaltle.
At Creede, Col., Hob Ford, the slayer of
Jesse James, was sbot and Instantly killed
by Deputy Hhcriff Kelly in a dunce hall.
Andrew Whitelev, a white man, r barged
with wife-murderer, was tnken from the
Alliemnrle jail, near Charlotte, N. C, and
Dr. Penned shot and killed a negro nt
0. -eenvillc, 8. C. They had a quarrel at th
Chnries McCarthy wns murdered nt Yard
ley, 1 a., by Isaac Hohlnsoii, colored.
At Marquette, Mich., n mine captain nud
another man were killed in a riot of striking
Walter Nelson was sentenced nt Albany,
Jf. Y., to be executed at Clinton prison, by
electricity, during the week beginning July
1. '. Nelson is 27 years of aire, and was con
victed of lnuiilering his wife, J) years of
nge, hy cutting her throat with a rnr.or, on
r'nturdny night, December SI.
(iiiernsey Osborne, for 20 years trusted
cashier of E. D. A. Morrison t Son, dry
poods dealers in New York I 'ity, w ss arrested
on a charge of having robbed the firm of up
ward of tfio.vm through a system of false
entries. Osborne admitted that he hud
stolen at least 12,i'
Incomplete returns from six Oregon coun
ties out of l.'i in the Second Congressional
district give Kllis (Pep.) 2.740 plurality. In
the f.rst district, X counties out of 1(1 give
ll( 'rmiinn (Hep.) '.2,.'loi(. About one half (if
the vote of tbe State has been counted.
Moore (Hep.) for Supreme Judge, lias 3.275
plurality from HI oounlles out of SI. Webser
(I'.cp.). for Attorney General, bns ,.Vsj
majority. The liepub'.lcaiis control the
Legislature by ill majority.
The cuivus roof was put on the Wigwam
in which the National Democratic: Conven
tion is to be held. Sergeant nt Arms llright
siys that everything will be in readiness by
the cli se of the week.
The LouWana Legislature will attempt to
prevent the spread of leprosy by providing
lor the isolation ol affected persons. There
are about 2.MI lepers in the State.
Fear of n small kx epidemic nre disturb
ing the Illinois heulth authorities.
The New York health otlleers hnvo dis
covered three more cases of smallox. The
victims were nt once removed to North
1'. ruth its Island.
Nenr Doniphan, Neb., a terrific bail storm
destroyed nil fruits and growing crops In its
track and breaking every window in town
that was exposed to the fury of the storm.
Hail fell as lurge as hens' eggs, banked up in
some places to a depth of two feet.
Friday was the hottest day of the season
in Kansas. City Mf in the shade. Four
caes of sunstroke.
The thermometer nt Pittsburg, Pa., went
up to about W3 degrees on Sunday.
Kx-Secreti.ry P.lainc has a letter to n New
York morning paper, saying: "Will you
please state in your columns that it is utter
ly false that I or any one for me, or in my
name, ever paid, or offered to pay, Marie
Nevins llluinc or any one forherouo cent,
or any other sum, for alleged letters that
Fifty-seven thoroughbreds from tbe King
ston, Heaiimont Hartlund nnd Spendthrift
studs were sold nt the Tuttersnlls.New York.
The highest prices paid were 4,.VK) for buy
colt hy Longfellow. Mnrignuita, and (5,700
lor a bny filly by Longfellow, Imp. Kncore.
Tital miles, 40,7jO. Average per sale,
PUiine's lust official act was to sign a trea
ty with Hritish Minister I'uuncefote for the
recovery of deserting merchant seumen.
President Harrison was kept busy Satur
day receiving calls of congratulation. Telc
r,rums of congratulation continued to pour
in uon bim all day.
The Kentucky House has passed the bill
prohibiting the sale of liquor on election
lays. Heretofore there has never been a
uiloon closed on any day in the week, not
The New Jersey ballot reform law has
been declared constitutional.
Seven cases of smallpox have been
brought into 1 'an bury, la., from Mexico.
I'uuareasloiinl Nomina I lous.
The Democrat of the Seventh Missouri
Congressional District renominated John
T. Heurd for Congress by ucciumutioil.
John D. Rockefeller has presented Shurt
U C(.f ege. of I'pper Alto urn. 111., with uu
educational endowment uf tiU.U'JO.
Welcome showers have just broken a pro
jucled drauth ut Madrus, India.
CALIFORNIA 8TAOE ROBBERS
Sreak Loos Again and Escaps With
San Francisco, June PI. Two messengers
carrying 117,000 to pay off employe of the
Judson Manufacturing company, were rob
bed near Ilerkley at noon Saturday. Two
robbers boarded the local train, on which
the messengers were riding, and took their
money bags ut tho points of pistols ui d
escuped in a carriuge.-
Ceded to Unci Bam.
Kinstoi, Jamaica, June 9. tireut exc-'te-roent
ha been caused in Sun Domingo by
the announcement that the report baa been
continued that Sumuua buy baa been ceded
to the United Stutus.
now mo r
Mrs. Newberry, a very wealthy
woman who resides Id Itetrolt, Is
huviuK built for her a large steam
yaclit In which she cud crulae on tho
lakes. Among other luxuries It la to
liuvo a mahogany dining-room oa
Two pairs of lips just meeting
A noise outside the door
Two person quickly separata
As ihey would meat no more.
It proven to be a falsa alai in
'1'wo punot't a U-lojo. J'uuk,
Mosi'tv In the Senate the consular nnd
diplomatic appropriation bill wns Inirl lie
fore the senate, but wns temporarily laid
aside, in order to iermil M r, V f st to address
the senate on the resolution heretofore In
troduced oy him to discharge the finance
committee from the further consideration of
the bill to place wool on the free list and to
bring it before the senate for action. After
discussing the resolution the senate ad
journed without notion.
Tins wn n "red-letter1' day In the House.
Seven important niensures were passed un
der suspension of the rules. Among the
measures passed were the Anti-Option bill,
the resolution placing the Hirer and Harbor
nnd the Naval Appropriation bills in confer
ence; the resolution for the purchase of n
site and the erection of a pedestnl for a stat
ue to Oeneral Sherman; bills admitting New
Mexico and Ari.onn ns States nnd flnnliy the
Legislative. Kxeciitive and Judicial Appro
priation bills. Mr. McYlillin offered a reso
lution for the adjournment of Congress on
Sntunlav. Jul? 2, which wns referred to the
Committee on WayS find IJenns, and at 8.10
p. in. the House adjourned.
Ti rsi'W. Tlie Semite pSsed the Diplo
matic and Consulnr Aproppriation bill. The
following changes were made: F.mergencv
fund, from 'o.iH) to Iso.issi; salnries of
Consuls (lenerul nt London, I'nris. Havana
nnd Kin de Janeiro, from ".boo to (t,(SKI,
nnd Iturenii of American Pepublics. from
titsm to ''.. The following missions
omitted by the House were restored: Hon
duras. Venezuela. Polivin, Kcuiidor. For a
continental railwav survey, tuVOOO, and
s.vi.noo to relocate the existing frontier line
between the I luted States and Mexico west
of the Hiotirande river, were appropriated.
At 1:25 r. M. the Senate adjourned until to
morrow. The House bad a brief session to-day. An
nrelit deficiency bill, appropriating 7.(i74,
(si for pensions'iind 114, for contingent
expenses of the House, wns passed, llills
were also passed estatiii'ldrig weather bu
reau stations on the Middle and Thunder
liny Islands Lake Huron, und ceding lands
to the city of New lledford, Mass , for a pub
lie park. The bill forfeiting land grunts
opposite unconstructe I rouils at the time
limited by the grunting nets occupied the
remainder of the day, and without nny
action nt 4:45 the House adjourned until to
morrow. Whim-spay In the Senate the pension
dtllcieni y lull was referred to the Commit
tee on A ppronrintions. TheSenato nt 1:45
udionriieil till tomorrow.
The House went into a committee of the
whole to consider tbe agricultural appro
priation bill, and alter reporting a lew
amendment", the committee reported, und
the House udiouri ed.
Tut'MsiHY The Senate wns In session to
day Kb minutes, but a good deal or business
was transacted ill Ihst brief spece of tinie.
The urgent deficiency bill, appropriating
over l7.lsKi.lssi for the present nscal year,
was pn-ed without n word of discussion.
Two of the general appropriations rills, the
legislative and the agricultural, came over
from the House and were referred to the
committee on upproprintions, nnd the two
bills for the admission of New Mexico and
Arionn us States were also received from
the House and referred to the conimittee on
territories, 'i l:en the Senate adjourned un
Ill the llouse to-day the floor win accord
ed to tlie Conimittee on the Judiciary, Mr.
(Jutes, of Alabama, called up, aud it was
passed, a bill muddying the reviled statutes
so ni'ich as to dispense with proof of loy
nltv during the War of the Rebellion as a
requisite to heme registered or admitted to
tbe pension roll of niiv peison who other
wise would be entitled tliereto; nor shall
proof of lovalty be necesnry in nny appli
cation for bounty laud where the proof
otherwisojshows that the applicant is entitl
ed thereto, provided Hint no soldier restored
or admitted to the pension roll shall receive
nny back pay. Mr. K. II. Tavlor called up
the bill deliiiiug the crimes of murder in the
first nod secoml degree and manslaughter in
places and on waters under the jurisdiction
of the I'nited States. Passed. On motion
of Mr. Culliertson a bill was passed permit
ting poor persons to sue in i'nited States
Courts upon altidavits. and authorizing the
Court to uppoint counsel. Adjourned.
Funny Senate not in session.
In the House nothing was accomplished
and the House, lifter a short s.ssion, ad
journed until to-morrow.
Svti iuuy. Senate not in session.
The House transacted only routine busi
ness nud utter u short nud unimportant ses
sion uujounitd until Monday.
WOBLD'S FAIR NOTES.
Pksjnsylvastia intends to make a horw
cultural exhibit which will surpass anything
of tbe sort ever made.
All material for the Maryland building
will be taken to Chicago free ol cost by the
Baltimore & Ohio Railway.
Mors than 17000 worth of granite and
other building material has men donated
for the Maino World's Fair building.
As) exhibit from Syrian woman, consist
ing, chiefly of beautiful and costly embroid
eries, has been received by the lioard of
Lady Managers at Chicago,
a The women of Belgium will be represented
at the Exposition by nn exhibit. A woman'
committee, with the Queen a patroness, ha
been (elected to have charge of tbe matter.
Tnr magnitude of the French exhibit at
the Exposition can be surmised from the
fact that in tbe calculation a to its trans
portation to Chicago it is estimated that it
will aggregate fully 8000 tons.
A. B. dc QUERVIU.B, who was ooTimls
ioned to go around the worlt nud give
illustrated lecture oa the Exposition, ha
written from Japan that so great is the in
terest in tbe Fair that be rtrely fails to
talk to full house.
"Tdc eighth and greatest wonder of the
world," is what tbe World's Fair buildings
nud grounds, even in their present Incom
plete condition, nre pronouiioal by Mujoi'
Woods, Executive (Joiuniisaiouer ol the Con
necticut World's Fair board.
In lighting tbe World's Fair 9.2,013 incan
descent lumps of lo-candle power each will
be usl, according to present estimatus.
The contract for furnishing and maintain
ing these light has just lawn let to Uuorga
Vt estingbouse, Jr., lor lJU,0JU.
Till Exposition is deriving quite a revenue
from the visitors whose curiusity prompt
tbem to ea the grounds and the wuudurlul
building now approaching completion. An
admission of twenty-five ocuta is 'charged,
and on single days the uumuer of visitor
has exceeded 14.000.
Tux California Bea Keepers' Association
is preparing a notubla exhibit for the Fair,
Uesidu honey and boss, tho exhibit will in
clude pressed flower of all the ditferent
bouey flora, specimens of the birds and in
sects wh eb are the enemies of bu , models
nud photographs of apiaries, ami novelties
in tlie abape of production distiuotive to
California, especially lu the liu of beeswax
James Drkdgi, of the British royal oom
missiou, recently passed a vacatiou at
Venice, and in that auoient and historic oitv
fouud great interest showu in the World's
Fair, particularly among the manufactur
er of the exceptionally beautiful glassware
for which tbe oity u celebrated. In tbe
lace and embroidery industries al3 oaref ul
preparations are twiug mudc to seud a plen
did exhibit to the Fair,
Til a German Government I willing to
loan a maguillcont oollectiou of its work of
art to the World' Fair, but th loan of aucb
article must be from tlie Gorman Govern
ment to tbe Government of the Uuitad
UUtes. Tbe Gorman Government pronn
to deliver every article to the Uuiied Bute
Consul-Gen eral in Berlin a tbe repreainta
tivs of this Government, and will took to it
for the oar ul transportation, safe protec
tion aud certain returu of evary auoh artiol.
It I believed that there will be trouble in
inducing the Uoilad HtaU to comply witb
tb ooudiUoni ipeuiDad,
Strang If Tna
The aavaffpa of the Amatton region
fed the common green parrot for gen
erations with the fat of certain fish
es, thus causing it to become beauti
fully variegated with red and yellow
feathers. In like manner, the na
tives of the Malay Archltielago by a
process of feeding changed the talk
ative lory Into tho gorgeous jrliip
Tub blind child would never find
out that it wns blind, If somebody
elso didn't tell It.
QOLlr IN HEORfllA.
Where It I I be Foaaa la Paylat Qaaa-
II I lea.
A RK'R nreosiT nisrovtnr.n sjrah hahlo-
SJXUA, OA. HOW THE OOL.D IS SBCURKD.
Great excitement prevails in tbe gold belt
of North Georgia, and mineral profmrty la
rapidly being "gobbled" up by capitalists
and mining men from the North and West.
Tbe whole gold belt, and particularly thst
immediately atsiut iJnhlouega, promisee this
yiar to be the scene of gigantic energy In
mining oiwrations, the like of which has not
been witnessed since the early day in Call
This tremendous revival of an Industry
which has been prosecuted in a listleas sort
of way lor upwards of fifty year In this
field, Is occasioned by the result of certain
experiments recently completed on a large
aeale, in the concentration and subse
quent reduction by chlorination, of
tbe metallic particles contained in nearly
all of the ore of this camp. These ex
periments have demonstrated that tbe old
processes in vogue saved only a email p?r
eentnge of the actual value of the ore, and
that by tbe introduction of methods long
practiced In the west, but, strangely enough,
never latere tried here, many mine before
regarded as of little value, can be worked
at enormous profits. The ore are all more
or lesssiiphuretic, nnd increass in sulphur
ns well ns gold as depth is attained. Home
of the rid. st ore the writer bns ever seen
enme from water level nnd below, but con
tained so much sulphur that tbe stamp mill
process alone would not save the gofl from
it.'l he new processes Introduced do this most
effectively and have the virtues of tsying In
expensive nnd rea lily applicable to the
mills now In use. At a point nlsuit three
miles from Hahlonega, on the Calhoun Kelt,
one of the live great (told-lienriiig twits of
Lumpkin County, an old mine has been re
opened und some mnrvelously rich deposit
nt gold (uarts and gravel were discover:l,
tine small st is reported to have yielded
a-liNMMn three days' work of two men, whi e
tbe whole product of the mine, under crudo
operations, entirely without machinery, is
estimated tt upward of f M.tl i0.
Tbe mine covers one w bole land lot of 40
acres, and the gold belt, over 100 feet wide,
extends entirely through the lot. The work
has, so fnr. mainly lieeu done on atxiut two
acre, and the rsl of the lot bns only been
prospected sufllcieutlv to show the gold
veins continuing all the way across, line
shaft bos lieeu sunk about til feet on an in
cline in the belt, and the ore taken from it
yielded an average of ft) per bushel, or at
the rate of about IIUO per ton in free gold.
A parly of Atlanta gentlemen hire
purchased this prowrty. lot 5JH lfil Dis
trict, 1st Section Lumps in County, and
named it the Bertha C. Mine. A corpora
tion bo been orgauis-d to work this mine,
chartered by the State of Georgia as the
Atlnnta Gold Mining Company, with a
capital stock of 1 100,00, t, divided into shares
of 110 each, fully paid up and non-assessutile.
The company proposes to put in reduction
works of the most approve! machinery
to save the full assay value of tbe
oiis and to conduct the mine and
mill upon strict business principles.
60,000 of the capital stock has been placed
In the treasury of the company for the pur
pose of carrying out these plans and a por
tion of the same is now onVred for sale, in
sum to suit purchasers at .Ml per cut, of it
par value, or live dollars per share.
'J be Southern Hanking und Trust Com
pany, one of tlie strongest financial institu
ting in the Mouth, is tue diKwitory of the
company, nud Issue Its stjek. All order
for shares should bend Iresiel to Tbe South
ern bunking and Trust Uu,, Atiunta, Go.
A Lei anon county d'a.) farmer hns ncnlf
weeks old tliut is only 14 inches high und
Weighs hut ,H5 pounds.
llearness Can't t t'area
By local applications, a they cannot reach th
diseased .rtlou of the car. There isouiy one
woy Ui cure ilcafuet. and that is hy coustilu
tionul remedies, lx-ut liens Is caused by an id.
flamed condition of the mucous lining uf th
J.ustHcblun Tube. When this tube gets in
flauied uu have a rumbling sound or iniiier
feet bearing, and wlieu it Is entirely ( IomhL
dcatni'Mia the result, and unless the imtaui
turn ion can uj taken out anil this tulie ra
Uired to Its normal condition, heuruig will lie
dtwtrovctf forever; nine own out of ten ara
caused by catarrh, w hich Is nothing but uu in
llunied roudltion of the mucous surfaces.
WewlU give due lluudred Ilollars furany
cam-of dealnoMi u anted by eaianhi thut e
canuot cure hy taking Hail' Catarrh t'ur.
and for circulars, free.
iv r -J-tu CO.. Toledo. X
Hold by PrugisU.
There is a heifer at l'.'nglillh, liul., which
has given birth to five culves within 111
T Cleanse the System
Effectually yet gently, when oostira or bil
ious, or whon the blojlU hnatireor sluggish,
to permanently cure liabitml oooatipailou,
to awaken the klJneys an I liver toa healthy
activity, without trr.U'.Inz or weakening
them, to dispel hea luchea, ooldor tuvars, oa
Sj rap of r lgs.
There are about .Wi sncciisj of spiders at
present known in the l.rilish Isles.
Sample cope of the Southwest l,and and In
vestment .lotirnul, a carefully edited and thor
oughly reliable monthly Jouriiul, published in
the interest of the Southwestern! especially of
Texas, will lie llial led free of charge, iinui ap
plication to K. H. Parker, No. Mm chestnut St.,
SU Louis, .Mo. The paar contains much valu
able information to those conteiiiplatiar visit
init or settling in the Southwe-t; also informa
tion concerning ItllU'CKU HATKH to and tCOUl
this territory. W i ilv and oLta u a copy.
Green vegetuhles will retain their color, it
is said, if cooked in un uncovered vessel.
Tbe Trover Thing la lu,
The nuiiiiii'ifi K'iir"r will not follow the
usual custom of giving uru.luced price of sub
scription foracaiiipuign term, it proixnes to
give un additional amount of political news of
uquahtv tliut is instructive and heneticlnl to
the reader regardless of partisan prejudice.
The addlttomit cost of same wdl exce-d uny
loss eonseiiutiitt on a cheaper rate; und prove
more sdvuntugeous Ui the reader sud general
HKr.ciiAM's l'n.l are a painless and effectual
remedy for nil bilious disorder, lib uiuts a
box. Fur sulu hy ail druggists.
Of dollar 1 spent trying
to find a cure for Salt
Rheum, which I bad la
year, l'hyshiun said
they never saw so e.vere
a CUM). .My legs, buck and
arm were covered hy the
humor. 1 began to lake
atr.l.0.1.rr,. ftAnlo'more bul!
thy, the orea aoon beaded, the ecalu fell
off, I was sis ui able to give up luuidugee aud
crutehea,aud a happy man 1 was." H. U. Due.
WV.sl) bi ad ford Hiiwt, Trovidenoa, H. J.
HOOD'S PIIXS car liver ills const lv
liuu, uiliouauvaa, Juudka and alok 'rrh
la Tewa r Ceaatry,
Rvery family should have a bottle of Dr. Hox
sles (lertalo Croup Cure. H Is tbe only remedy
known that will orrn-nt Mrmiirawui Cr un,
and actio aimn the air passages of the thmat.
It keel) tueni ofieii and prevents Pneumonia.
Nn opium. Hold by prominent drug rlsl. Bile.
Manufactured by A. V. Uoxsia, Buffalo, M. t.
Grerianwrnif n bad longer feet than tbe
average man has now.
Wm. flpnurne Pmlth, Providence, R. t.,
t , !, ,.' PP.1", Ursdyerotlne alway cure)
headache. All druggists, fifty cent.
If afflicted with soresyes use l)r, Isaae Thorn p
en's I- re-water. Druggists sell atrsi per tmf tie.
all the proper functions of wo
manhood. l)r. Tierce's Favorite
Prescription is tbe remedy. It
regulates and promotes their ac
tion, and removes the obstruc
tions and suppressions which cause
trouble and misery. At the two
critical periods in a woman's life
the change from girlhood to woman
hood, and, later, the "change of life"
it is a perfectly safe and an es
pecially valuable remedial agent,
that can produce only good results.
It's a powerful, invigorating tonic,
and a soothing and strengthening
riervino ; a legitimate medicine
purely vegetable, perfectly harm
less and carefully adapted, by an
experienced physician, to woman's
For all the derangements, irregu
larities, and weaknesses peculiar to
the sex, the "Favorite Prescription"
is a remedy so certain that it can be
guaranteed. If it doesn't give satis
faction in every case, the money is
returned. No other medicine for
women is sold in this way.
Ho other medicine can be.
Mtoold Have It In Tho Jtoase
ltronfud on ttuftar, hihlmi Lore
tn fnkv .Ion km iV A r-rTnr LucmriT for n ii,Cr1d.
Kilt Tit rout. Ttiaifti. ''file. CritntM Anil Kuln. H
llevcuull Ktimiiicr Con Jltiti,i ntr.r..l Urulwn Ilka
nirifrrr. Kolilrvi ryu-ht-r'. i'rivr V. 1 y moll; f. Nittlr
V.e prvM imJU, t. 1. K JoIlN SON CO., licntiM. ILam,
Kidney, Liver and BladderCurt
Lnmbntro, rR;n In JolntunrTmrk.biirk duct fa
viritx, (rc'4ii nt c-hNv irntiitinn, fntlHiDHtkm,
(rrnvt'l, ulct nttion or catarrh of bladder.
Impaired rilircst inn. front. Mllfons-headache.
iW,t.ni-HrT cures kidney dilliciiltksj.
La (,'rij'jic, urinary troulile. bright' diseaao.
Scrofula, malaria, pciTl weakness ordeLMIty,
4lorii1f t'pe rontent of One P"tt1. If no bra
Cflud, lirutftttft rtf uu J to juw lit j-ri sid
At DraeiClMa, fiOc. Mir, $ 1 .00 Nlze.
tonJiiU' (itiiii to llt-lth'7rtCcnmiutlo fra,
1)H. KlLUKB & CO.. UlNUHAittTGN.N. Y.
"One of tny neighbors, Mr. John
Gilbert, has been sick for a long
time. All thought him past recovery.
He was horribly emaciated from the
inaction of his liver and kidneys.
It is difficult to describe his appear
ance and the miserable state of his
health at that time. Help from nny
source seemed impossible. He tried
your August Flower and the effect
upon him was magical. It restored
him to perfect health to the great
astonishment of his family and
friends." John $uibell, Holt, Ont.t
A trll Ilvtrr f tlie mihtm-'!" lywp.
(2) tla, it'k lirwititchr 'uiitipntUu, pile,
?Tult's Tiny Pills?
9 litv' ifc7' iiU' n't n the IJvr, tm-J
sturlu,; U to hvwltliy tu'tlon. K.'VcU.
To tan crrtim. No (ifiiverius or :
Ifcliny. H(ly work. tUixl no iTt-ry
'hhi lelliuu ittiuMlt.minti.n
irtir. OLk-N I'UOK, Kk lirisUI , S, Y
II CI I fl 1 O. D. Own. PyracuMt. N. T., waaM
LOVELL DIAMOND CYCLES
pi Pnumntoeun,on ana
i Diamond f fama,
1 1 ukifig Adjuitabl
i ncitioina raoata,
ass asaU la
lrsM of anas,
JOHN P. LOVKLLARMSCO.,Mfr.,M7 WatMsftsa IL, BOSTON, MAS.
1 had a malignant breaking out on tnv tec
bslow the knee, and wacureJound an(l well
with two and a half bottle of f '
Other blood medicine had failed f
to do ma any good. Will C. UtAi v,
' VolktilM, . G
t ..ai.M,i,uaiMM Mt,H.n.,fl with sn ar-
rrwvntpil easa of lttr, and thre. buttle ol
cured sua petmanentiy
Minsnlli. I. T.
nr hock on Blonil snit Skin Diseases mailed
free. SwirrSrEuirio Co., Atlanta, ua.
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MEN AND BOYS!
Want to learn all sbant
Hiirs 1 Horn In Fie Out s .
Good Oner Knowunperrec (
tlens sntf so Ocsnl ssalnst
stsiid 1 Detect Iilsease sb4
Effs;-tCurs when same Is
Bon.t.leP Tell lbs us l,r
tbe Teelh t What to rail Ihs DlfT.renl PrU of tha
Animal? How lo Shoe a Rorss Properlr t All tola
nd other V ojl. e Infnnnallon can I o')lltiel by
rsHlIn onr 11.1.1'STHATF.D
llltUHR ROOK, whl.h wt will forward. poiV
lad, on recni t of only .i real la si a ma.
BOOK PUB. HOUSE,
134 Leonard St., New York City
nn nv ft nrrfivrn
siih fastis. tiisiiiFls, and Pslnts which stala
kn.,B hil.iMllia l,nn anil hum off.
Tlie Klsiip Sun Hiots Polish la Brllllnnt.Odor
less, llurnt'le, and Ih eotisiinier pays fur bo tin
or glass puckaue Wltu every iinrrnase,
Makes Child Birth Easy.
Endorsed by the Leading Physicians.
JIoo to "Molhm" mailed WEE.
BRAPFICLD REGULATOR CO.
BOLD BY ALL, DRUOOISTI.
Sib IIisst Tiioarsox, th
most noted pbrilclsn of Eng.
Und, ajri that mora tha.
half of ll dlae ases com froar
crroi In diet
Fend for Fret fiampls of
ausniciu lea w aiw uvm
0 jltth Street, New York City. '
Oa of bad oatlaaieares alrk adarhat
EIPANS T ABULC retrultS
r trtouiaVf'b, liver anil Imiw
uurtr um) tiluod. ant are nod ef X
rrotuaJ. Tbt bitt irunu-al family I
n.di'ine knowu for RilioiUD?tf X
CoQitlnatton, f)viieaim, ouJ
Fraatb, lleatiai'tMt, Ilnartbua. U
cf AjJisftite. Muutil iJeprtisiloii.
P-Jnfiil Ditrwtl(in, i1mpln, BaUowi
CCIDI)rlillD. KAavllllir. aUlll 1
wry TTtfrfriro or liwaw rtuUinfr fromwnpuiJ
i wwi, urn laiiurv y il iiorw 11, iivrr nr mutmaeT
Zu p-rf( nn ttwir piiwr fiinotuma. PfTwinHjrtTu tjj
4 TrrAt.cyarv-lieQfnteanTtajifiiiraTAHI I.r.aftrz
t-v bitiKtl rfe, tiy mail. aromVi I hottlel-V. Ad Z
IuUhr'i Fly Killer ip i!nalu cttath. Pllt ar -trui
ttMl tu il uuu HtUtHl ut onvtt, Tlur unt hv to
ltt ftwuy. )i frflv. diatroy tUvIr ntrn auil irt
vt ut reiiroUiirtioiL Alwuyn unit fur Uuictitir uuil
ttul bvnt rixuttn.
FRED'K DUTCHEE DRTJQ CO.,
mt. At.nst vt.
BT IN THE WOULD.
Its weannir qualities ara unsllrpiwsed, aotuatlv
oullssling Ibreo beies i,r aDv,,tlir bran. I. Not
aBm-ted by Ueul. f-(;ET THE UKM'lNk.
KJK SALE BY liKALKlO UKNKKAI.LV.
Plao lUtziMlr fbr Catarrh la th
. Kjtewt to !'. and fheanmi.
feuiu by (Jiu(kuu or ni by until,
Hju K. T. Haswltiiio, Varraf Pa.
S5 T diss's
-I MM -f jfWtflry ffojsMl M M tail kllitla oaf
tta tt. rl4,llerwi .ItkH Nmibwlrai,. Maola!. Kvt
ftTPKItB FirTt'HR uf tllf N a tonal
4.alt'l extrutftl Uv onu of Arrieri
cuh (JrfiiUstt ArtltX muili-d fr-f.tj.
ii-thir witli unr uiiuual fatuliwut. tu
Isoi-taKi-'. Atlrt.H, THK NATION Ai
VIEW CO., l ;iU Ht ," N. , WanhlufUu, li. C.
TU W A Ml IN (J AIACHINK
ttnt tifver itttutipilnta la Th
Worltl Haiittr.' Informa
lion rrw. Ntr buy ft Waliluu
Miu.-tituti until uu Ivoru abuul
tlilk- oue. YVrltetu '
C, K, Hob, Llmolu, UI,
1ATENTM t t-Hcnd for Id vent-
ul h liuliltt or How Ki Obiiilti a Patent. KiiU fur
LjUKtHt of l'tKN una IIOI STV I.AWH.
HATKlOk O'KAHKKU WAH111NU ION. l. O.
foigmgt. tlMi T
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BaM Baaring. to alt rurvmng parti.
Strictly HXQH QRADE in Xvry Ptrttoul.
Uaia for oar 100-nat Illastrsts4
Miaas, afsouar, aoorUa Moaaa,