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CATAUHIi CURED, health 8vr<">t brent h secured, by Khiloh's arrh T?f mcily. Price r>o centfl. Ntipnl Injpctortre«. For sale by Perry, lisa druggist, and J. M. IMcfcford, Keck Falls. Dickens and tho Karl of BeaoonfieM were fops of the first water. UUUn 111 TVJLL YOU congh when Shut, s Cure will pive you immediate relief. Tries 10 eta., DO ct,% and Si. For palo by Perry, the druggist, P.nd J. M. Bickford, Hock Falls. "' The bipReat RHS well in the world has been discovered in Ohio. Tj JOHN RABBEETON, Ar.tl-r cf "Heleu'9 Babies," Etc, [Oopyrfeht'vl by J. B. Ltpplncott company, pub 6*13 or*, Phllnil"1phi!\, ninl publhht><l rv permission t&rouic;!} tlio Aiiierlc^.D rro=a A-r-ocistion.] CHAPTER. VIII. HTMSKI.F Ff>« COMPAXY. All Grocers sell SANTA CLAUS SOAP. Made by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, 111. JACOB EiSELE, THE ^Is now prepared to take orders for gentlemen's suits and overcoats for fall and winter. Now in stock all kinds of cloths, cas- simere and overcoatings and the finest stock of pants goods ever shown in thin; city. Leave your orders to have them made up in the latest eastern styles and at bottom prices. Doing his own cutting and having, no rent to pay, hii customers get \he benefit. A CHANGE. Being asked the name of the world's greatest composer, a smart university young man said: "Chloroform" SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. Ic cures consumption. For sale by Perry.ihe druggist, and J.M.Blckford Kock Fallfl ^ Customer—"Give me a dozen fried oysters." Waiter—"Sorry, sab, but we's all out o' shell-fish, sah, 'ceptin' eggs." A If ew IMseovery. Weakened and deranged livers, stomachs and bowels should never be acted on by irritants like common pills, bran, etc. Mile's I'ills cures liver complaint, constipation, piles, etc., by a new method. Samples free at A. 11. Hendrick's or J. M. Blckford's. Cleanthons, a philosopher, was a pugilist, and also supported himself at Irst by drawing water and carrying burdens. Hymptomn of Heart IHseaae. Diseased hearts are as common as diseased lungs, kidneys or stomach, but far less understood. The symptoms are shortness of breath, when sweeping, etc., oppression in the chest, faint, weak or hungry spells, dreaming, pain or tenderness in tne side, swelling feet, dropsy, etc. The unnatural circulation of the blood in the lungs, stomach, kidneys, liver and brain causes other symptoms. The only reliable remedy for the heart yet discovered Is Dr. Miles' New Cure. Try it and be convinced. Sold by A. B. Hendricks or J. M. .dick- ford. SHILOH'S CUKE will immediately relieve Croup, Whoopinjj Cough and Bronchitis. For sale by Perry, the dnigcist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Fails'! It is said that Schiller, before com- ppslng, put his feet in cold water. Brace Up. You are feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache, you are lldgetty, nervous, and generally out of sorts, <ind want to brace up. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring medicines, or bitters, which have for their basis very cheap, bad whiskey, and which stimulate you for an hour, and then leave you in ft worse condition than before. What you want is an alterative that will purify your blood, start healthy action of Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality, and give renewed health and strength. Such a medicine you will flud in Electrie. Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at D. B. Stickler's Drug Store Chicago has now 0,000 miles of buried electric wires. THE 11EV.OEO. H. THAYER, ol Bourbon, Ind., says: "Both myself and wife ewe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CUKE." For sale bv Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Uocb Falls. Tfre man who believes in nothing is as big a fool as he who believes in everythihg. Hibltnrrt's Biienmatle and JUlYer Pills These Pills are scientifically compounded, uniform In action. No grip- avu hnil bwn ing pain so commonly following the use of Pills. They are adapted to both adults and children with perfect safety. We guarantee they have no equal in the cure of sick headache, constipation, dyspepsia, biliousness, and, as an appe tizer, they excel any other preparation. The fashion of women wearing the single eye-glass has been started in London. It is chiefly affected by theatrical people. . • SUCCESSORS TO O. A. Oliver. BOOKS, STATIONERY and "Wall Paper. at one* «»lab ll«h ,d« tn all pin*, by oar m»chlo*«_ __ I wbtra tl*« p«oi>le cm se« i. w« will rtnd free 10 on* tn tftcb locality ,*h* vtrf Mwiof-ratchlu* mad* la world. wUh all tht attaebmenta. i will alto acodfreea comjiUl* i of our eoiily and raiu»t>le art ]p)ea. In return WB aak th»t you iw vrhat we lead, lo UIOM who c«M at your honjf, find after 3 month! all ihah b«coma your awn iprorwrtr. Thta Brand macbina U tnada after Ibe Sin per patent*, 'hlch hftva run cot; tiffore patenta run out It nld forSWS, wlib the Hachtnentt. and now telli fol ~pit,atronffnt,moatui»- in Ina world. All la , - ij>il«! required. Plain, riven. '1 uoi« who write to aa at one* frnn *•- e«wtnt-madilne In tna world, and to* high art e»« >bown tntretherln America. SIXTH POINT You nhouldrtod TlmCliiCA- GO DAILY NR\VS because,being a family newspaper, it'sttfttinst t/if siittK'tt. The home and the saloon are forever opposed. There can be no neutrals in this war. Bui THE DAILY NEWS is tempenue in temperance. It isn't a prohibition organ—it's not sure prohibition is the best way of treating the evil—but it believes in prohibiting tlie saloon keeper h-om ruling and ruining in American society. If you would read, and have your family read, 9. newspaper which places the intcrcsls of the home higher lhan those of the saloon, read TUB CHICAGO DAILY . Ntrws- _ __ circulation Is 320,000 B day-^-pvcr ft million a week—and it costs by mail 25 cts. a month, four months £1.00, — trttf cent u tiy. jEsop, PuWinp. Hyt'-r, Tprrahco.. n Epictetua— all distinguished men in ancient times— were serfs at their outset in life. _ _^ Bays the Mont hern Medloat World: "llother's Friend" is growing in favor throughout the South and is highly recommended by phyuiclans. We consider it indispensable to those who Know they must pass through the ordeal of childbirth. Write Hraddeld Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists. _ Honest men are soon bound, but you can never bind a knave. Nhe Wa» Completely Cared. A daughter of my customs? suffered from suppressed menstruation, and her health was completely wrecked. At my suggestion she used" one bottle oE BradQeld's Female Regulator, which cured her. J. W. Heliums, Water Valley, Miss. Write the Bradfleld Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for particulars. Sold by all druggists. The man who Is shocked to death by electricity should be buried in a volt. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh'a Cure. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bickford, Rock Unr.ltlen'B Arnica Salve. The hesL&alye in the world for Cuts, 1 Bruises. Mores, Ulcers. Halt llKenrh, irevtti ocicB, Tetter, Chappca. llr.ntlc, i Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and postiyely cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by D. B. Striolcler. When you hear a young man say that a girl has no heart you may be pretty sure she has his. 1-neir Business Booming. Probably no one thing baa caused such a revival of trade at D. J3 Strickler's Drug Store as their giving away to their customers of so many free trial bottles of Dr. King's N-ew Discovery for - Consumption. Their tradp is simply enormous in this very valuable article from the fact that it always cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. Toucan test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large size SI. Every bottle warranted. tho great city only ti huniln'd or two inile'i ilntant from his homo — •wondering, remlinp, nml — nntil hn know far more about it than thousands of men born nn<! rearal on Manhattan Island. Ho Imd flreutncd of tin- day when he would visit tho city, nnd •^f- ' had formed plans and itineraries for consuming such time as ho hoped to have, changing thorn again and npiln to conform to longer or shorter periods. He was prepared to bo nn intelligent tourist, to BOO only what was well worth being looked at, and t» study much that could not be SPOJI In any other place which ho was ever likely to visit. At lost ho was in Now York; his time would bo limited only by tho expense of remaining at hotel or boarding house. Tet ho found himself utterly without impulse to follow nny of his carefully perfected plans. Ho strolled alwut a great deal, but in an utterly aimless way. Ho parsed, public buildjnga which ho knew by sight as among those ho had intended'to inspect, but he did not even enter their doors; tho great libraries in which for years he Imd hoped to quench tho literary thirst Hint hud been little moro than tantalized by tliocollontivo l«x>ks in ilaynton were. regarded with impatience. Of all ho saw while rambling about alone, nothing really fixed his attention, but tho contents of shop windows. He could not puss n clothing store without wondering if :*3mo of the goods he saw "within would not lx?como him better than what he was wearing; ho spent hours in looking at displays of dress goods nnd imagining how one or other pattern or fabric would look on Lucia; and ho wasted many hours more in day dreams of purchasing— only for her— the bits of jewelry and other ornaments with which some windows were Blled. Loneliness increased the weakening effect of his imaginings. Ho know absolutely [no one in the city but tho Trauilays and Margo, and he had too much senso to Impose- himself upon them; besides, Marge was terribly uninteresting to him, except as jnutcrial for a study of human nature— mi^i'lnl that was peculiarly unattractive when stich'a specimen as Lucia was always iu his mind's eye and insisting upon omipyin;; his whole attention. His loneliness soon liecame in toleralilo; after (min;: .-t.--!>!;<1 fiMln !'.- 'n'!y toil .Ami, •• :m'in;r. V.'i''!.- to him—! fct-k <.>r It, wmilil •.-.•rn 1-mifh him fi'"ra rill that, uow- his rvfi v,-n; f.-firfiiir; ti|"iti. It wonll a)-'-" I'^ni-* 1 . liitn from Lui'm. H'.- ii'l'l droiis rhnnces "f forum" hml I)'-]]"-! to thi? hariils mui lK-:u'N of beautiful nia ; il>-ns cliul in lino rnimeut run! ^rririn^ ran 1 ^'MUC, but ha nevor hml failed to ri'iniii'l him-Hf (lif.t such l-ales rrenj only rninrmrp';; -no"' the memory of !h"m S''<''ni-<l only to emph;i^i/o !ho pmx-.'tMii of i!<-sfiuv. M»nvy hail inmio l,'j(w-.''-:-ii him ninl Lin-in n pv.ir a- wi'!» as llm oct-an, ns t'jp distrun'o hotiveen iln> points, (is Ho might have comimrcil it with cti nilty, hud not his eye Ixt'ii ns'nvtwl by SOUK body In a cnrriago in thn Ion-,' lino that iv:i3 pass- ins; up thn r.vi-mi». 'It wis Lucia lioiwlf, riding with her nvilh'T. IVrlmps hoavon had pity on tho unhappy liov, for somo oh- ntructiim bi'oiu;lit tin.' lint tn » halt, and Phil, Pti'ppiii;; fi-nin the -iiilcwnlk, f.niinl that th(> gult was nut ti.o uid... to K' siiannml, for an instant nt lea.-,t, by two hands. [CONTINCEO ] fn!i! -r:i! Ti- i hi nc'l from his trip Monday mornlne, the trip and PS Mrs. E a Einglo'rluy nC il liu hurri«l lo tli'^riv.civre-. .rdli-is of )ircili.".lil» i-1'IHi'l..iii nnd li-ntinrr Prom Clyde. Oct. 10.—Protracted meeting is to be held at the Malvern school house next week by the Evangelical church. The Rev. Mr. Kagel, of Fair Haven, will have charge of the meeting. A singing school was started last week at tho Maivern; S. II. II. McCrea teacher, Chas. Johnson is painting John Wells' new house. Chas. Grater, of Kogersford, Montmorency Co., Pa., is visiting his uncle, A. Ii. Grater, at present. John Eisenburg; ana wife, of Chicago, are visiting at A. L. Grater's. The clover huliers are kept busy. Wm.Detrahad 27. bu. off 12 ncres; James Gary 30 bushel oft 15 aqrea. Same fields yield well. Malvern P. O. changed postmaster Oct. 1st. Tho*. D. Kline and wife spent Saturday and Sunday visiting friends at lit. Carroll; Wm. Detra, Jr, and family visited relatives in Sterling Sunday last. Mrs. Geo. Detra and her mother returned home last Tuesday from New Paris, Indiana, v here they had been visiting relatives and friends for two weeks past. James Gary and D. Murry and families spent Saturday and Sunday in Polo, 111. The rain of Friday evening was of great benellt to the rye and fall sown wheat. Tae ground was very dry. Jacob Price, who is troubled with hip difleasp, IB Improving.-.—-.—t...^^— of the largest f-ntiip ptl in this vicinity. T. O. \Volfo rRtn ti WiiBhinct"" on greatly plf;i:<' il \vUh peolally th» I'-CHJ.H.MI glvru by K. Smith to II-T Sterling fiifiula. S. H. Hall, of lUsoti, Imn o.oried grocery atnrw in tho. Hieiuoa buiUii in our town. (Juito an interest in beinfr Rianiff-strd in thia vicinity over n "What i3 it," that is InhabiUtm? tho grove of W. O. Millard, Just scuthwedtof town. It ia believed by some to bn a panther, osv- ing to the peculiar yell and cry. Frank Moscrlp, George Robinson and Fred Stallsmith left for the grove on Tuesday evening to ehoot the "What is it." No danger of their getting near enough to even see it. In g,s f ;; lit'- a ( !-<! From Coletn. October IB-Mrs. Paul Ackerman has returned from Dakota. Elery Overholser is able to sit up. Mrs. S. 11. Kln^sbury, of UniohvillP, formerly a resident of Geneseo, died of cancer and was burled in the Hickory Grove Cemetery last Tuesday. Rev. Skinner, pastor of the Presbyterian church of Morrison, officiated. Mr. Brown, of Sterling, brought to Coleta enlarged pictures of Uncle Martin and Aunt Barbara Overholser which ar« excellent. Llder Bucks' family and gonds have arrived from southern Illinois. liU Bucks is an evaugelist, a good reaaoner and is appreciated by his congregation On account of a division in the church caused by a difference of opinion with regard to secret societies, the U B ha two ministers preaching every alter nate Sunday, Rev. Drew being the lib oral, • Miss Nellie Stiles ca'me home to at tend the Sunday school convention an to call on her many friends. Mrs. Catherine Dodd and daughter of Kansas, are vlaltinjr at .1. Winters. Mrs Rattle Trasur left Coleta las Saturday for Iowa to be gone for a indellnate period of time. Dr. W. T. Tiaser and sons Frrd an John, started yesterday alternoon fo Chicago to take in the sights of th city. -i".:.:.--"- :..'-.--'-'-— Mr. and "Mrs". Fred Feiirenu'eh'iefUo druggi Falls. J« "CHILD BRABFfai) RESJLATOR Ctt ATtMTAg * The man who ruined his constitution drinking soda-water isaflzz-ical wreck. A Family Gathering. Have you a father? Have you a mother'? Have you aeon or daughter, a sister or a brother who has not yet taken Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, the guaranteed remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Croup and all Throat and Lung troubles? If so, why, when a sample bot tie is gladly given to you free by any druggist and the large size costs only 50c and 81.00. . 3a A Rome girl sent a letter to an old flame the other day and the unkind man lit the gas with it. A society lady of East Liverpool, O., puts her pet poodle dog's hair up in curl papers every night. flta stopped free by DrJ Public Sale. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL JL on the James Herbert farm, H mile east of tne Harriett school house, W, miles northeast of Wilson's mill aud 5 ntlea southwest ol Polo, FRIDAY, OOTOBEJ1 18, Commencing at 10 o'clock a. in,, tbe following personal property, to wit: jxlRO hoail ol horses: consisting ol 3 brood inarea, 1 geldlug, coniing U yearaold; 1 geidlug. coming 3 years old ; 1 geld- IB«, coming 2 years old, and 3 suckllue colts. Tnlrty-elglit fcead ol cattle; conalstlns of 7 milch co\vs, 4 steera, comlnjr S^years old; 1 nelterg. coming S year j old ; 8 bead o! steers, cornliiK I ye»rsold; 6ilc:ul of helfera, coming 2 years old; 8 BuriiiK calvos. 1 Durham bull, coming 2 years old. Bixty isaad ot shoati, nil in good condition. 20 acres corn lu field, 10 tous liny in burn, 50 acres sulks, 2 eULcto o;;t straw, 12 a«K-a pasture i»fA. if&rm Implementa: 1 lumber wagon, 1 bob *ied, nearly aew; 1 democnvt buggy, * walking cor» plows, 3 walking stubble p'owa, 1 tUrae-sec- Uon drug, &nd many other articles too numerous to rnaiitioa. Vreu lunch served at noon. Taiuaa or BALK.— All sums of «5.oo and uu- d«r, caati: all *unis over tliat amount a credit of 12 months will bo given on notes with approved gecorHj', without futerest if paid when due; If cot BO paid, eight per cent, interest from date of s&la. Sit i«a cent, off for c&su. Property to bt> MUl6<S (or bstore removaL MABTIN KiNALLY. L»vi Avarr, Auo't. •W4.ua Ijvisos'jos, Olark. wiltl dwed SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough, Shiloh'e Cure IB the remedy for you. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bick- tord. Rock Falls, v The butcher should be a careful man. He always has a great deal at steak. lutercHtius Fact*. Changes in the brain and nerves are the most commou caune of disease. Their influence on the body is wonderful. ShaD e flushes the palest and fear blanches the rosiest cheek and whitens the blackest hair in a night. Worry causes dyspepsia and hastens old age. Terror or excitement often causes instant death, etc. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine removes the effects of worry, overwork, alcoholic excess, morphine, habit, nervousness, dyspepsia, sleeplessness, headache, neuralgia and nervous prostration. Sold by A. II, Hendricks or J. M. Biekford. . FITS.-All Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits alter first day's use. Marvellous cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch St., Phlla., Fa. d&w Protagoras, a Greek philosopher, was at first a common porter.^ • 1OO Ladles Wanted, . And 100 men to call on any di uggist for a free trial package of Lane's Family Medicine, the great root and herb remedy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in the Rocky Mountains. For diseases ot the blood, liver and kidneys it is a positive cure. For constipation aud clearing up the complexion it does wonders. Children like it. Everyone praises it. Large size package, 50 cents. At all druggists'. 1 OUT Smartness Is Knowing how to "catch wisdom, liow Mantring nnd thu crew of the sloop. Thu interview was not entirely natlsfnctory, and Phil cut his visit short.departing witha brtiw full of wrinkles nnd a heart full of wonder and Indignation nt tho persistency with which Sol nnd both his men talked of Lucia Trnni- lay nnd the n^'iird in which they assumed Phil held her. How should they Imagine Biich a tiling? Unwell knew— and detested— thij rural rage, for prying into tho affairs of people, particularly yomi£ men and women who seemed at nl'l I'miil of one another; but what had he ever done or raid to make, these rough follows think I.ncin wos to him'any- thinf.bnt a honrdrr in his father's house? As ho wondered, there came to his mind a line rvhich ho hud ufU'n painfully followed In his ijopy Ixxik at school: "Tliu face of youth is an open book." It did not tend at nil to restore composure to liis own face. Hour by hour he found himself worse company. Ho huil never before inado such a discovery. There had hern hundreds und thousands of. daya in his life when from dawn to dark ho had been alone, on the farm, in the woods or in h s llshing boat, several .miles off .shore on tho ocean, yet the companionship of his thoughts had been satisfactory. - Ho had sung and whistled by tlio hour, recited to 'himself favorite, bits of poetry and prose, rehearsed old stories and jokes, and enjoyed himsolf BO well that sometimes ho was annoyed rather than pleased when an acquaint- ance'would appear niulilnsist, on diverting his attention to some trivial personal or-business affair. Why could ho not cheer himself now—ho who always had been tho life and cheer of whatever society he found himself in? ~^_ Ho tried to change nwj current of his thoughts by looking at otheKpeopie; but the result was dismal in the Sxl-Kumo. Ho lounged about Broadway, strolled iu Central park, walked down Fifth avenue, and from most that he saw ho assumed that everybody who was having; a pleasant time, driving fine horses, or living in n handsome house, was rich. He had been carefully trained in the belief that "a man's life consisteth not in the abundance of tho tilings which he possessed!,'' but his obsewatiolis of New York were severely straining his faith. Ho was entirely orthodox in his belief us r\> tho prime source of riches, but ho suddenly became conscious of an unhappy, persistent questioning as trr 4 or had Myron Bi and friends in llremer county, Iowa. Miss Lizzie Ackerman left last TUBH. day to visit relatives and friends In Patterson, New Jersey, her former home, cshe will stay uutil spring. Some farmers in Clyde have commenced to pick corn to crib. It is rather warm to crib much, as the corn is soft yet. Mr. W. Paltt, late town clerk, has removed from the town to Morrison. The board of auditors appointed Geo. Janvin, a former town clerk to flil the vacancy.^ S. Eshleman and T. A. Scribner have to appear at Morrisou next Monday as jurors. Ed. McFadden has received his commission aa postmaster at White Pigeon. AMMON. rvllil'.ii; 1 -i "iii'-il I'd'-r t'. r.-M'.!,VI-.NT, W :i: v r-'n.M', I I'.II'I I'.iy ini]t *n I would !!"( I K-i!'i>ir-i hi my linn*? :u-v «':is"?. aii.t'l tiim t:..- id hlimil nu'Oii'Mif's. ISAAC 11. (,|-;i!MAN, I wrw nick In 111'- fall f>f I^- 1 ! with :ltnirli rhttiR Roliad t!;;it In three weeks 1 w:n Uli finish, uniU'CuM mi. sleep nljthts < vys Borne tlorlura t!i<>u;;ut It luiKli 1 - liciim (ec/.ema), ami siiUl they ln in;::ir. I .,,-.•'•]•."1 n- v,..ii'i; •ilulit- lie (••''•!• I never lr.. , nvlliliiR like it t^forc. I rcn'ivcd im !i n'v of tiiom, or Jroni any nn-dtcliiii tlnu I '-.inlil i-f linld of umll I tried your ruTK.'i'"* .tii'.iij.-.- inu. After Hireewpeks'iise Iwii9.il>!«I<>W(!rk. nil kept Roltliii? iH-tttT, nntil I ma now cnlln-lv urcd. I rt'coiiiinnnil them to all suRi-rliii; with Klndisoasps. (!. K. OHMF.H, Tnftsvllle, Vt. Most Intennn Itching T have used tlio CvriounA KKMF.PIKSSVKTOS'I- ully for my baby, wdo was anilrti-il wIliicc/Rmii, txl had such Intense Itching that he B<n no rest fiy or nl(iht. The Itching Is ROIIO, n"<l inv haliy a cured, and Is now a hi-nllhy, rosy-ehceked boy. MAKV KELLKKMAN, llBlolt, Knn, Cntionra K,esolvent hencw BlooU Purinernnd purest nnd Best of lumor CurcR, liitpnmlly, nnd CUTICUHA, the real akin Cure, and CtrncuRA SOAP, ftiiexqnl- Itc Skin lieautlher, externally. Instantly relieve and speedily and permanently cure the uiost wjonlzlng, Itchlne, burning, blecdinp;, scaly, crusted and pimply diseases and humors of Iho kin, scalp, and Dlood. with loss of hair, from )lmples to scrofula. Sold everywhere. Price, CUTICURA. We.; SOAP, 2»c.; ftK3OLVE^-T, Si. 1'reparecl by tho •OTTIEH Dnua AND OHKMIOAL CouroBATioN, 1^- Bend for "How to Cure Skin niseases," 64 puggs. f> Illustrations, nnd 190 tcstlmonliila. _ rough, chapped BOAT. . blackbeada, red, and oily skin prevented , by CUTICUBA M I) S'.ULAR STRAINS .iliil pains, back aclio, wcivk kidneys, rheumatism, nn J chest pallia relieved In onemtntite by Hie Cittlruro Antt-1'ain Plaator. Scents. (. $91(1 flA * MONTH can l>o msuie 10 $iDl).UU worliliiKforus. AK<MI|S preferred who can furnished a liorso nnd tflve their whole time to the business Spnre moments maybe profitably employed also. A few vacancies In towns and clfles. B. K. JOHNSON & CO., low Main St., Jtifhniomt, Va. ff. B,—Please Hate age and business experience Never mind abo\H tending ftamp for reply. B. F. J. <t Co. l»U-tt Aslt Youx 1 Kctailar for t:> Didn't go: Winks —"I didn't see you at camp-meeting this year." Minks— "No; I've reformed." t THHEB WAGONS. ily ol r.«*nn>vtuur iiousclioi iyM K. U. WSLUiSLN THAT HACKING COUGH can be quickly cured by Shiioh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by Perry, the druggist, and J. M. Bicfcford, Eock Falls _ _ ___ The miafortunea of other people we all bear with a heroic constancy. If you have a discharge from the nose, offensive or otherwise, partial loss of the sense of smell, taate or bearing, eyes watering or weak, feel dull or debiiiated, pain or pressure in the head, take cold easily, you may rest assured that you have the Catarrh. Thousands of cases annually, without manifesting half of the above symptoms, terminate in Consumption aud end in the grave. Ho disease ia so common, more . deceptive, less understood or more unsuccessfully treated by physicians. The manufacturers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy haverformsnyyears, offered a standing reward of 8506 for a case of Nasal Catarrh, no matter bow bad or of how long standing, which they cannot cure. Remedy sold by druggists, at 60 cents. Brought Out by \Vttlor. A curious discovery connected with the recent iliiiastroua conflagration is reported by a .Spokane paper. Tho safa of Mujjon, Smith & Co. became cracked by tho Intense heat, and thoir books were charred auJ bukt?d to a blackened crisp, though they remained intact. Not a figure could I«J ili-stinguUhud. Ono of tho bookkeepers, while turning over the leaves, noticed thai where liis finger, whicij was wel, touchuO tho pugs tho figures appeared legible through tho inoUturt-. lie procured a paint brush, dipped it in ••v;it<rr aud dampened tho whulii pagu, aipJ was ^ratiiUU to ««> a41 why ho ulbu hud uut been purn riches thrust upon him. Ho understood now the mod strife for wealth which ho had often heard alluded to as thfl prevailing sin of large cities; he wished ho knew Jiow to strive for it himself— anywhere, in any way, if only ho might always bo one of tho thousanda of people who scorned to wear new clothes all tho time, and upend their evenings in elegant society, or in tho corneous wflusiou of palaces like that occupied by Miii-guV club. For instance, there was Jlurpe. 1'hU had askod Tramlay what busluesi Margo was in, and the reply was, "None in particular ; lives on his income." What, risked Thil of himself, was the reason that such "u man, who did not seem much .interested in anything,should have plenty of money and nothing to do, when a certain other person who could keenly enjoy, and, b.8 btllovod, honestly Improve, all of Marge's privileges, should havo been doomed to spend his life In hard endeavor to wrest the pluineatjfood from the jealous earth and threatening sea, and have but a _chftnce gllmpaojjf _th0 . paridiEO -that- tho rich were enjoying — a glimpse which probably wouldiuako.hu ontiro afterlife wretched Could ho over again bo v/uut he hud so long been! — a cheerful, contontod young farmer aud UEherman? Ho actually shivered as ho called up tho pieturo of tho long road, alternately dusty aud muddy, that passed his fa- thcr'a houso. Its sides of brown fence and straggling bushes and wecda converging in tho distance, an uncouth human figure or a crawling horso and wagon its ouly eign of animation,' and contrasted it with Fifth avenue, Its boundaries hiindsomo houses and iU roadway thronged with costly equipages bearing wt'H drt'^iv<d men and beautiful women. "Passing thu houso of a merchant prince, hu saw in liie window a fine bronze group on a ntnii'l ; how diirfrent from tho lit- tie j'l'.Lstcr viiMj of wux rtuweis and fruits which lui'.l l)«H'ii vlsiblo, thrnujjl* hU tnothor'ii ."The sweetest thing that over grew beaide a human door' was little May, until she took to having headaches— for a time she lost her beauty, but one bright day her Papa bought a bottle of Salvation Oil, and lot she is as sweet and pretty as ever. Only twenty-live cents a bottle, ' From I>eer drove. October 10—Farmers are beginning to pick corn. Miss Lizzie Smith, of Sterling, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Carrie VVabl. Miss Annla Flock is visiting with friends in Sterling this week. Miss Kate Reagan, of Sterling, is the guest of Miss Addle Dawson. Quite a number of our young folks attended the dance at Walnut Tuesday night. All report a good time. Mrs. P.J.Unkel and Mrs. J. Lendman, of Sterling, were visiting with the families of Mr. H. Pott and Flock a few days last week. ' Mr.J. D. Whlpple. of Walnut, was seen in our neighborhood last Sunday' evening.' Call again. Mr. M. Coleman is puttin up a new barn. Miss Alice Janes celebrated her 18th birthday last Saturday by having . a quilting party. The prettiest sight in the world is a pretty woman's foot in a Jersey Lily boot, and since Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures all sorts of colds all women can wear them. Vrom Fralrievllle. Last Friday night the lightning struck the telephone wire between Christ Ebersole's and Mart Andreaa', tearing three poles into fragments. Ii. H. firewater, teacher at this place, attended the teachers' institute in Chicago Friday and Saturday r purchasing while there a foot ball, in which himself and scholars Und great enjoyment. II. S. Fisher has just completed the painting of his house, which makes it look much better.] Mr. and Mrs. Crumby, who were lately married, left for their home in Iowa Monday evening. - BUNNY. i.11,. 1 <':•:... ^.u.,,.^. VJU41U UUL Ul forgotten. • Mrs. Kettle Cver, of Sterling, is staying with her mother, Mrs. W. 11. Colcord, who is slowly recovering from recent illness. The family of our Methodist" minister, Hev. FostT arrived yesterday, and are nicely settled in the parsonage. Elder Font was ordained by • the U J5 church of this place seven years ago. He'comes from Dakota. The annual towrishlp Sunday school convention was held at the U'B church Sunday October 13th. A. goodprogram was arranged and carried out to the satisfaction of all present. Mr. J. P. Overholser, assisted by the male quartette of. Hock Falls, discoursed some very One' sacred songs. The question of teaching temperance in the Sunday school was opened by llev. J. M. Deitz followed by O W. Terpenny and others and was ably discussed. Among the speeches made I must mention the ones made by E. Lelloy Gait and Harry Hoatetter of Sterling. The subject: "How shall the Bible be taught iu the Sunday School" was nicely explained by Mr. Gait. Mr. Hosteller illustrated for the benefit of the children, the "Effect of Sin on the Human Heart,"' etc. Notice was received by the poatmas ter to-day from the postofllce inspector that complaint had been made that liquor is sold in the office. This is a falsehood as any one can testify who frequents the office. The office is as reported before "clean in every respect." . • EYE SEE. According to Tour Needs. „ JAMES BIEANS 81 STTOE " " lts 1llt<- n tTIKKS veapy Hie firat llmfi It iwlll SfitlKfv the nu;ft ^fastidious. JAMKS'MKANH ~ I SHOE la absolutely Ilia rice which placed cx- ie mnrki-t ' durability ;rell bef'.ira more out- . ward J. MEANS it CO., Beaton. I'ull linos of ilio above Blioun for mile by J. R. BELL & SON! MtcrllUtE, III* P;iinu<l in N5D'A. l>. A story comes I roni Japan of thu recovery of a picture painted over a thousand years ago (iu BTi9 A. U.) l>y 'Kanao- kq. thu fatl)«r of Japanese pictorial art. "bvsi room" windnw as l ; us hu could re- tlu> l - l.t to ii. I il. i ulK. < f »llv .1 Two Ux>k- SlilJ |>y vtcV- ot t!i-J .in tok- 1-u-k W113 til' ur tlsu it lu.-w waa i hla /I'lui •m J.I ..il.- t r of i! f tho difiTer- had cursed Uiin. None in- t! ut r«T} ly from 9Ui;edscvUIc. S. H. Herrington left for Falls City, Nebraska, on Tuesday of last week to visit his daughter and other friends. He will be gone about four weeks. Rev. William Sharahaiigh, of the M. K. ehurflb, who attended conference lust week, was returned to this place for another year. Th« Baptiat church society have erected sheda for tho protection of trv * that are driven to church. John Chiabolm an oH resident of tuwiHhi|» unit on« o? ths jit ths comity It represents u ligure about uvo high, every detail lirins finished' with the elaborate care lavished by tin- old Japanese masters on their choicest works. According 50 n description in Tlie Japan Hail thu only pa'rta of the body exposed were the face, arms and feet, but the lines and colorings of these portions plainly showed tlio Imud of a great expert! "Tho flesh was firm, the contours were delicate, anil the coloring, though centurx'H ImJ passt-tl sinco the time of its application, remained mellow if not fresh. Bu't it war, iii thu treatment of the drapery "Unit the urtist had put forth hU greatest slreiigth. The folds bung with indescribable softness aud fidelity to nature, and the splendid bro- cadea of the priestly vestments we're depicted so inimitably that one felt inclined to caress the sol't rich stuff." _Tho picture in the course of ages passed Into~tIie'iraiT3S of tlio" famous artist Kano Uotonobu, aud on his. death in 1859 it was aiiionR the treasures lie left behind, with B certificate from him that it was tho work of- tho great Kiuiaoka. What happened to it after. Motouobu's death ia not known, bujt_ iitiito recently it was found in u pawn shop in Tokio. It was purchased by a. dealer and was offered for sale abroad, but efforts which were made Ho prevent this remarkable work from going out of the country were successful, and it wan purehrised by a wealthy Japanese merchant, who Intends presenting it to tlie National museum. It baa been said by experts that tlio genuine, works of Kanaokn now extant may bo counted on the lingers of ono liuiui, that the whereabouts of oui'li u known.. Dr. .\ml>;rson, hi liis recent Ia a monthly magazine devoted to the hygiene and care of infants and young children, and all that pertains to the routine of the nursery. It is now in its fifth year. The Congregation- aliat recently Bald of it: "BABYHOOD noems almost Indlspenaabla to the tU)U3ebold In which there w young children. It !• for the t-arunu aod tba nurse, and U packed full of ImportAntaug- RestloQB of a practical character. From per- Sonal oxperleucu of >u lufifulnees. w* commend It warmly." X- And the Chicago Advance: "No mother but must appreciate IU wt»» uid helpful BUg^eatloiia. and bo grateful lor the solving of pcrploxltlea and tuo helping over hard places wliich every cue comcc to who has the care ot young children. W» commend U to ovcry mother In tho ImuX." .Also tho New York Graphic ; " Th. Buccera of «hla periodical has been enormous. Ic make* young mothers feel' that the only subjnct worthy of attention I* at last being recognized." Every intelligent father and mother ghould read It regularly. Their children will be healthier and happier. It will reduce tho work of caring for them, nursing them, dressing them, amusing them. Lot- ^ers—ffora—subscribers—^frequentry-contnitt- »uch testimonies as these, lately received; " 1 am grateful to BABYHOOD t Ilmves&en but two numbers, but have learned BO muca from tho.40 that I feul 1 should be doing my chlldmi a wrong If I should foil of fh« opportunity to k-urn more. 1 ' "The help U has nt'eu IUUA would Imvo antonlahfd mo Imd IB been -predicted beforehand." "i'hyfilclaa aa I am, ynur ma^azluo In iho moat wclcomo perlodloul that comes to my table, and It* t'ld one I read flrnt." "I cannot speak too highly of BADYUOOD. Puring tlio three years that I have subscribed toll. I have felt repaid a Imudrcd tlinei* for the outlay by the relief aud confidence It haa givcui uio lu th« mail- agementof my chlldreii." . ' . You want a sample copy— Price 16 ocaU. Or to subscribe for a year— On our part wo wish to know that you have seen this advertisement ; and in order to induce you to mention thia paper when writing us, Wq have arr&nKed to have manufactured for us a Jar^e quantity of Hudnut'a celebrated Bachet Powder, and will give a packet, ITCQ (either f '_Yiolet'!oi_. " White Lilac/' as preferred), (quantity sufficient to elegantly p^rfnma 'lijg for inonthd), touv , wtioteudaua either SI. 60 for a yc.<r t> «ub- scrlptlun or ir, cents for a elnpte t-ojiy, and i"fntioit3 ittiit I«IIHT, (A'ofrt ihf it>i,tH?t- >-.. Tftu iitovvrtt-r ts lu uoBcnao n " premium *' hut (goffered sLinnly to Mii us lu triiclnv inu rn- siiluti'f our udvortlalr.i? iuvarloiu (»-rt.i of the couutrv. lu retail voluu ia uljout Ui ceuU.) Address BABYHOOD PUBLISHING CO,, ^5 Beekmari St., New York. Tict not confound llASivnooo vrlth p'i'tr.r. 1 f»oks for tlio (tHttlif J/u nt ('/ f/uufrrn. It la u K'iMH.fra' naotiKiiir — a nurM-ry liclji. Ittlll^tuf cut/tiibiimr9 >n mi'tlU-ul ^uhjt^-ui cumMl'is tiuuiy *poc»!i.i .:y ut UIL- lilyl.tv,t uriil'i-siitnnjil f-iii^aio. TUB ; prlu.'lWOIJlm nHl.->!!oi. whutihe - DC.

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