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How wretched is the man -who has fallen a. victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants. Look upon the picture, j Poor-man, being tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the picture of despondency; altogether, he is rather a forlorn specimen. V Do we pirv him? Of course; but at the same tine feel assured that in a measure he is to blame for ihe bad state'-in'to which he has fallen . A sure, safe, speedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver ReguhUT— future's own remedy. No mercury or deleterious drugs, not unpleasant to the-taste, and always reliable—just such a remedy as you can pin yo.nr faith to without a shadow of disappointmpjit. Tlead the testimonial, dpn't take our word for it: the kablt of tlikmg from 15 lo 20 grains ol calomel, which generally iaid me up for three or four days. Lately 1 have been taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. Hucc, Middleport, Ohio. jr. a, ZEILIJT it co., SOL* PEOPMZTOKS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICK, Sl.OO. for years—the offer that's made by the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It's addressed to you, if you have Catarrh. It's a reward of S500, if they can't cure you, no matter how bad your case, or of how long standing—an offer that's made in good faith by responsible men. Think what it means! Absolute confidence in their Remedy, or they couldn't afford to take the risk. A long record of perfect and permanent cures of the worst cases — or they couldn't have faith in it. It meana no more catarrh—or §500. If you fail to be cured, you won't fail to be paid. . But perhaps you won't believe it. Then there's another reason for trying it. Show that you can't be cured, and you'll get §500. It's a plain business offer. The makers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy will pay you that amount if they can't cure you. They know that they can—you think that they can't. If they're wjipug, you get the cash. If you're wrong, you're rid of catarrh. Baby is Better SHE GOT SICK. IN" THE NIGHT WITH CBOTTP. WE ALL THOUGHT SHE WOULD DIE. MAMA GAVE HEB DB. WHITE'S PULMOWAEIA AND IT .CUBED HEB SO QUICK. This great medicine is a safe and certain specific for Croup, and should always be kept in the house where there are children. It is the most wonderful cough remedy in the world. Three sizes, 25 cts., SO cts. and $1, and every bottle warranted. oold by B. F. Keeslicg ard D.E Pryor. "LUCK IS PLUCK" If you b&ve run a muck against some Discouraging Disease which you don't want your family doctor to know alxmA remeorfber that I OUR HEW BOOK mtnt; Testimonials; Book mailed (sealed) .... I1TFIGBTIKG DISEASE, YOU WILL FIND TBAf •"PLUCK WINS LUCK!" VEGETABLE THE WOMAN OF FASHION. Kow She Attires Herself for Afternoon Tea. an Nothing Can Ho American In Dres»—Jt Must Bo French, Grecian, Scotch or Any Thing But American—Hints '.n Choosing Colors for Gowns, I COPYRIGHT. 1801.1 Nothing is American in the lists of fashion plates in either this country or Europe. The gowns are Grecian, French or Egyptian. The favorite designs are Scotch plaids. Irish poplins are much worn for traveling and between seasons slippers are Turkish. Bonnets arc French and the tiny toques so much admired are Spanish. England has long ruled in men's styles and, until recently, Paris designs have been quoted for the women; but now the fashionable lady's wardrobe is a polyglot so far as nationalities are concerned. Turkish slippers, Spanish sandals, Russian coats, Grecian duap- THAT PRETTY YOTJXO WIDOW. cries, German laces 'and Romanesque scarfs are to be found doing duty almost daily in the toilet. .And what is more confusing, many different types figure at one and the same time. One not infrequently sees in a ballroom an American beauty with her hair banged English style and twisted into a psyche knot, a Cleopatra gown upon her slender form and French heeled slippers upon her feet. Our dress has become like our nationality, somewhat mixed, but the result so long as it has been planned carefully, is not unpleasing^, , For tea gowns, velvet has been entirely discarded. A large 3Tew York firm, dealing heavily in these goods, could show only one velvet house dress in stock, and the order has been sent out that not another one should be made. Cashmere and surah make favorite materials, as they drape easily and lend themselves gracefully to long lines and pretty, flowing curves. But, more than all,.the neat, pretty French chal- lie is sought as the material most desirable for house dresses. It is inexpensive; yet not sufficiently so to be common, and it has a neat beauty of its own that makes it a favorite. It is more effective when draped in full quantities, with folds of the goods overlapping and overlying each other in full 'profusion. 'Many of the challie tea gowns have fronts shirred at peck and waist and falling full in front, with a loose drapery caught across them. Velvet ribbons are made in bows and fastened at the side of the collar and at each side of the waist shirring. The back may be either fitted in or left to fall in flowing style to match the front. Invisible fastenings are more than ever the style for securing the waists of gowns. Buttons are entirely out of date except when used in small and qniet forms underneath a lapel or inside a waistcoat. For women with perfect bust and slender waist, there is a style of walking 1 dress without seams, and shaped to figure. It has a polonaise •front and fastens slantwise across the figure from the left shoulder to the right hip, where it is'caught by a big buckle. A fancy ; braiding conceals the place of fastening. To make this waist seem even plainer and smoother by contrast, these gowns will be seen more often by gaslight than by sunlight, and therefore the colors should be such as will illumine well. Lavender, unless of an exceptionally pale shade, looks prettier and is more becoming 1 if edged with black at neck: and wrists. Gray is softer and more tender in hue combined with white, • or with gray of a paler shade. Green is unbecoming to all but the fairest,clearest- skinned blondes, yet it may be made a more easily-managed color if combined, with rose silk or satin. .Yellow, which is most trying, unless exactly suited to the wearer, is rendered becoming, and striking if trimmed with black velvet where the. gown comes in juxtaposition with the skin The Roman combinations, of yellow, blue, violet, pink and green may be •worn closely allied, if tastefully chosen and arranged. The eider bath robes are excellent examples of this. Combining all- colors imaginable they are yet so delicately harmonized that the colors seem as a delicate rainbow exquisite in tint and texture. Since black has gone out of style for street dresses, it is difficult to find any thing in the line of ready-made black gowns suitable for young women. Dowager dresses can be found in stock and a few frocks'for traveling tours, but even these are few and far to seek. A peculiar tint of yellow, that is not an orange, nor an ecru, nor yet an old gold, ,is gaining in popularity. The tint is a little on the brown and has a reddish cast about it, if we may be pardoned for describing a single tint as being so variegated. Many of the Scotch plaids combine this color with either red, yellow, or both. With this gown is worn a seal jacket and a black hat with nodding plumes and a big rose with green leaves. On warmer days the seal jacket is discarded for a rough cloth one with braided sleeves and a Medici collar. Whole capes with long pointed fronts and a Mediei collar are made out of ostrich tips." The tips are-short and thick and are put on in close clusters so as to completely cover the foundation of the garment, which is generally of heavy satin, thickly wadded. An ostrich tip muff with satin ribbon bow accompanied the feather cape. This is exceedingly stylish and more durable than one would suppose. It can not, however, be exposed to vicissitudes of climate, as a dash of rain or a flurry of snow damages it past recall, unless the long and .expensive curling operation is performed. A Mme. Jane Hading is as usual creating a Parisian sensation by her superb dressing on the stage. In "Le Depute I/eveaux," now being performed at ^aris, she wears a magnificent neglige bordered round the neck with a, direct- CATS AN6 "RATS. "Wonderful Results Secured by Education . »nd Association. There is a remarkable show at the Crystal Palace, London, which represents the rxullenium on a small scale. The lion does not lie down with the lamb, bxit the cat and the rat ; the mouse and the canary, all live in peace and harmony together and enjoy the benefits of a good education. The educator of the animals Is Miss Tina, who has taught them some remarkable feats. The cats walk-the tightrope, which has ^vh^te -rats and mice and chirping; canaries strewn all over it. The cats pick their way carefully among- their natural prey without molesting them, and will even carry some of them on their backs without being once tempted to gobble them up. They walk over the tops of chairs, pick their way among a mass of champagne bottles without The annoyance of breaking' lamp-chimneys nee'd not be borne. • Get tough glass chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl top " and " pearl glass " are tough against heat; they, do not break, except from accident. They are also clear, transparent, not misty or milky; they fit and stand upright ; shape and proportions are right to direct the draft upon the flame. They cost a little more than rough and wrong chimneys of common glass that break continually. Plttsburs. G . MACBETH & Co THE BOTTLS TRICK. displacing" a single one of them, and jump through ring-s of fire without the slightest hesitation. Miss Tina trains her cats, rats, mice and birds from a very early ag-e. She begins with a kitten -when it is about four months old and manages them by kindness. She never beats them and says they can be trained to almost anything- by perseverance. The rats and mice become accustomed to the cats and lose all fear of them. All are well fed and seem to. enjoy their life. * Substance and Shadow. '•You always seem to be in good humor," was stttfl to a .materializing medium. "Yes; I have to keep up my spirits," she replied. —Judge. Ms Pills CUBE CONSTIPATION. To enjoy health one should bave rec> iilnr evacuations every twenty four liourti. The .evilH, both mental bad physical, res lilting- from HABITUAL CONSTIPATION are many and serious. For the enra of this common trouble, Tutt'a Liver Pi Us Iia ve gained a popularity unpar* •Uelctl. Elegantly sugar coated. SOU) EVERYWHERE. Clieap Land* and Homes in tacky, Tennesee, jfe ALABAMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. On the line of the Queen & Crescent Bou&e cu» be tound 2,000,000 acres ot splendid bottom, upland, timber and stock lands Also tile flne«> trait and mineral lands ou the continent for «aJ». on favorable terms. FARMERS! with all tuj getting got a home to the sunny South, where blizzards and lea clht* plains are unknown. Tbe Queen & Crescent -Route Is « mie» Shortest and Quickest Line Ciricinatl to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Trains, Buggage Car, Day Coaches Sleepers run through nilhom clwuye. tb» llOlffleo tHe Shortest, 8 Hours ttu> Qulctosv Cincinnati' to Jacksonville, Fte Time 27 Hours.' Tne onlj line running Solid Trains and Through Cars CARTE® ITTLE IVER PIU.S. HAnnro GOWN, oire filling- in lace quillings. In another scene she wears a full dress dinner gown with a very low pointed bodice cut down at front and back. A square apron front is outlined by a band of sable extending down each side and across the bottom. Sable bands also border the armholes.' On.the "right side the sable band is carried down from the back of the armhole and is caught up on the left side in a big loop and fastened with a diamond .buckle. The long- train is of brocaded white and yellow satin to correspond with the rest of the gown, and -is lined with brown surah. , . x . . • Puffings .of straw mousseline chiffon are put around-the low cut front of the bodice. Short puffed sleeves of the same material extend to the elbow. Another toilet of Mme. Hading's, which while .not a stage gown'is a favorite of. hers and is frequently chosen when the actress desires to sit for her photograph, is a,simple surah gown with rounded neck and a frill of the celebrated Hading ruffling laid flat around it. The waist is a round one, gathered in at .the belt. This style of waist does not easily grow old-fashioned, and looks well as long as the photograph is cherished. It is also pretty and graceful for wear on semi-full-dress occasions. R ADWAY'S READY RELIEF. 12 L'Jie uiosG uerca.in aud isafe Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known reosedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACKACHE. PAIN IN THE CHEST OR SIDES,!HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing the pain to instantly stop. For COLDS, BRONCHITIS,PNEUMONIA CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA! PAINS IN THE SMALL OF BACK etc., more extended applications are necessary to effect a cure. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS OR STOMACH, CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH, NAUSEA, VOMITING, HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, . DIARRHCEA, COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by takinsr internally a half to a teaapoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler of water. : WITHRADWAY'S PILLS THERE IS NO BETTER -CERE ORPKEVBN- TIVE OF,FEVER.AND AGDE. .Price 5Oc.per bonle. Sold by druggists. Any "R. R. Li." or any •'READY RELIEF" without thV naraeR AD WAY, is a COUNTERFEIT CURE Bleb Headache and relieva all the troubles toot- dent to a bilious. etate of the Bystam, BUOb a> Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness; Distress after eating. Pain.in the Sido, &o..,TOiile their mart remarkable success has been shown in curing ONLY LINJS JF HOM CINCINKATI TO Chartanoga. Teiin., Fort Payne, Aid., m «,, M1S8 -' VlcMmrg, Miss , Shrew MJH. La. 20 Mlleo. the 'Shortest Cincinnati to Ltxincton Kr 5 Hours Quickest-Cincinnati to .Knouille, Tean.' 116 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to AtLiata an<J Augusta, Ga. 114 Miles the Stool-tot Cincinnati to Ansistoo Al». 26 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Blrrninghaaa . AJa, 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, AJ.- . Direct connections at New Orleans and Shrevepors For Texas, Mexico, California,. • Trains leave Central Union Depot, CinclnnMk § crossing the famous High Bridge of Kentucky^ and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain^;, Pullman 'Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Train*, /fjj Orer One Million Acres of Land In Attains, t • luture Great State of.the South sabjeotto ure-emptlon. •Unsurpassed climate. Headache, yet Carter's Little tivor Pffli £T» equally:valuable in Constipation, curingwidpie- Tenting thiaannsyingcoinplaiilt.vhilo they alia correct all disorders of thes tomach jtlmuliito tha Jiver «nd regulate the bowels. Even Httey onlf HEAD Aclisthey would be aJinostpricelesjtofliosBwBo Buffer from this distressing complain t; butfortn- nately their goodneBSdoesDOten<iliere,aiidtilJOW who once try tbera Trill find these littlopillsTalu. oble in BO many -ways that they will not bo •wll- • ling to do wit&ont them. Butafterallsicthoad For. Correct Couritji.Maps, fall particulars addrpg, D. < Passenger & Ticket Agent, Queen A Crescent Route, Cincinnati. Lowest Rates zaa KDWABBS («ea lathe bane of so many UTOS'that horotswhsr* wa mate our great boast. OurpUlscuraitwhila others do not. . . Carter's tittle Liver Pills are very small sad ve^ easy to take. Ons or two pills make a dosa. Tho? are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by tieir gen tie notion please all who use them. Jn vials at 25 cents; five for $1. Sold by druggists everywhere, or eont by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE BIG FOUR HARVEST EXCURSIONS TO- THE West and Northwest, SOUTH, Southwest and Southeast. COUGHS AND COLDS. 35c, and SI. at all drug-gistf. E, DRGAfl & SONS, - - Proprietors, KROVrDENCE.R,I. TB1DESUPPLIEDt>y ROSS GORDON, LaFayette, Ind. For sale by B. F K-eesling CLfcOPATKA BOA AND MTJFF. sleeves, greatly puffed at the top, are set in the smooth, wrinkleless shoulders. The skirt falls plain on the left side, out hang's in loose folds on the right. In tea gowns there is a fashion for fastening a long 1 court train to the hack of the shoulders, permitting-it to fall loosely from- the gown which, in that case, is tight-fitting, in the back. Many of the newest ones are made in this way. A large watteau plait is fastened at the shoulders and sweeps in long lines behind the wearer as she walks. The under side of this-plait is of satin or surah in a pretty contrasting 1 shade. In combining colors for house dresses it should always be borne in :mind-that 1 Tlio Drawbacks of Journalism. Dick—Why couldn't Harry g-o to the theater with us to-night? Tom—He couldn't possibly come; had to write the criticisms of. the plays for to-morrow's paper, and have them in by eight o'clock.—Harvard Lampoon. The Dernier Kesorte. - Kazzle—If. you break the resolution you made to-day, do you know where .you will go to? •••'.. • Dazzle—No;.but if. you mention the matter after .day after .to-morrow,' I know where you can go to.—Jury. His Proper Splicrc.; "If .your son is such: a natural-born liar, why don't, you make a lawyer of him?" "He lies too well for that. He should be an explorer. "—Puck. Accidentally Killed. MIDDLEBUBY, Ind., Feb. 7;—Chauncey Schrock was accidentally shot and killed by John Hurtz in this city. MAY'S PILLS, G01D MEDAL, PABIS, 1878. W.BAKER&CO.'S Breakfast Cocoa from -which the .excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation.. It lias more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is .therefore far more economical, costing less than one cent a cujo. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted, for invalids ns well ns for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Cilcagol&St WILL SELL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS : TJ all prominent points In the West and North- wess, South, Southwest and Southeast - AT -HALF RATES —ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23tt, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14thJ All tickets good returning thirty days from '.date of sale. This Is" a' «10rlbii8 v • opportunity tor Seekers to TlsltUBeyterritorj' named, and we' would mvlte oorrespondence on tbe Eubjecl, For full Information call on or address' - B, B. MABTQJ, (Jeneral Passenger Igenl OnrMalydor Perfection Syringe free Dottle. Prey«DU)*trl,>«nir<;. Cuffs r 1 * 1 .? 1 ?** '" •>-to * ««y«. Aik your ior It. Sent to .nay address for (l.OO. H4LYDOB MANUP6 CO., LANCASTER The Great Liver and Stomach Kumedy Forthecu.'e of ail disorders of the STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEADACHE, CONSTIPATION, COS' IVE- NESS, INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION of the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of tie Internal Viscera- Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or DELETERIOUS DRUGS. PERFECT DIGESTION will be acc mplished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. Byso'doltp Dy^pfepsia, SICK. HEADACH, FOULSTOMACHE, BILIOUSNES S.j/v111 be avoided and thefood'thatis~eaten contribute >ts nourishing properties to the sup- pjrtof th3 natural waste of the body Price25c- per box- SOLD BY ALL DRCGISTS. HiiES! W? m.tke a specialty of rottnnf no- turlnK Baby Carriaues to ne ell <1J- roct to prSvuto oparllco. Yon CM, therefore, do better wltlj UB th;: Q Trltb i\ ;'rr>.!cr. We send Caf- 'nunC'Stoall points witblnTOOniiles "{'.'hleaizaSYeo of charge. S6 ior catalogue. ' S^AS, MISER, B!fr., C2-8i Ciyboarnivc.. Clogo, IH- Do M I«t or Speculate' , — IN—STOCKS, GRAIN , Ai*r> PKOVISIOMS ? : If so, trade \vitn a reliable firm who farve -sad i«a yearr, experience, and are members of I'M Cbb-ank,- Bonrd of Trsde.and Stntk Exc'lumpe. Who da business strictly on Commission Ref jr to ID.noiv Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND * CO. JO PaciHc Are. - CMoagt>, We send frei of charge our DaJ> Market Report «r,d Circular on application. Interest allowed on Tiiomhly balances. JOSEPH GILLOTT'S sSTEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, p/ws EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. K "REMEMBER LINC IS THE NAME OF THAT Wonderful Remedy That Cures CATARRH, HAY-FEVER,-COLD In the HEAD, SOBE THROAT, CANKER, and BRONCHITIS. Price Bl.OO. Hnt Bottles. For Sale by leading Druggists. ntEMBED OSLT BY Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co, 82 JACKS'^ ST., CHICAGO. ILL- PERFECT MANHOOD. , Mldi!le-a«edui(] KWorlvmen who »r»" suCTeriai; Irom the affect* of youthful Jolllci or ex- * cesses of m&torer years, and wow llnd tbelr manly- ! vigor decrewicd and .who are troubled with terrlbla ' J drains and losuos, you en.ii bcpcrn>(Uientlyrestore<ltoS PKKFJ5CT MANMOOW, at home, wltho exi>o«ure, »t lowett tout, by Jt»r. Clurkt »pptoved methods, teswd and proven In nearly year's praetlce (KstabllsSed, 1851), in Chronic,'); Mervooi and 8i>eeIal.Di«cnBCS. II In need' of medlcal-ald, send for QnpaUon 1 . 10 you can fully. describe the symptoms of yonrpc o« tieular diseitse to mo,. Con8»lt»tion free «-"t -"«-' .^ Hours, 3 to 8; SuDdars, 9 to 12. AddreRt F. D. CLARKE, M. O., 186 8. Clark St., CHICAGO. ,.

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