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   Daviess County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 21, 1893, Washington, Indiana                                Gpod Hdusekeepcrs Whenddayedinobtcaning 5 SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE I MILES must mr tlio and Nerrs anil Llrcr liave done mo I HAVE KOT FIXT AS WELL AS Tbe nolnf of mr dltwuw Atmitrake In bofore JMrt June lip lo the time of Ixvlnntnj to laKr SHIa1 ja I had btid con MO llnual dlitraellBs jinln In my f weak uie foar yean I bare hud u np of an acllva and n ro REMEDIES will Rivera Pcax wellof National Military a JOIJBBNEKVINK If the rabft cer tain eanJcr MU and BaBBToootam tip ocaaiea or Sold on MILES bold LOUIS HTJJOfEMEIER CURE nOIrraaH tbo trooim afcuioa itataat UM aftat OttOoatt I mi i rtiirwn In rrrtng SICK Um Pfflt HEAD t toy them win flad l not bonril ACHE bana et Hra that bore i OnrplUicanltvlilu PffljarenTf man aul Hljaiij liititli a aad do aot grlpa or OAltTCR KEDIOmK Hew York SMALL SHWl SMALLf Riff aO a I Bopis wliitc Icacf HrtOTflO f would have no IVrO sale did it not afford malcers larger profit ttun Strictly Pure White Tire wise man is never persuaded to paint that is said to be just as good fir better than Strictly Pure White Lead The market is flooded with spurious white The made by of two of these misleading brands show the of genuine white lead contain MMcaJing Brand Standard Lead StricUy Pure White ItatcrtaU B3JH per Chanrcnct Oxide of Zinc 3L1K per A Waltt Lad 6 M per ecu S Leaa than 7 per white Braad Warranted Pure IA White Matrrlalt Pmportloni Antlrtttl bjr Solptiateof Lead pet Oxide of Etoc U1M prr Kew BarTtM per No white lead in Yon con avoid boens lesd by pnr any of following They by the Old Dutch and standards Armstrong McKelvy BeymerBauman Eckstein Fahnestock Anchor Kentucky Morley Southern SMprcan Red Seal DavisChambers Par br the most reliable dttlen la If yon are roiat w It will PIT yon aaacadtaoafor a book iontalninr fatormt ttoataat mayaave yon raaayadoUarlitwill coat you a poalal card to do NATIONAL LEAD 1 Jftw Cincinnati SULPHUR BITTERS ARE Ypu aadsnffering coIoredF Dontwaltl troa the exYonr KIDNEYS aro of belnx Uto SolphnrBlt One bottle of Snl ten will cure phurBkters will do yon more good than the Latin prcs of and mineral pol aoni will remain In yonr your andnjako yon a and broken down No person can lung rick who tuei Sulphur If YOUR DAUGHTERS PACE Ili wrered with nglf and Jest 1 erlng rive her Sulphur Xadlej in delicate j who ere all ran should use I fiolpluxr None Try Snlphar BltVMMaMMBaX I ten ARE YOU I and yon will tlecp nervous and I well aad feel beutr or In I for DELICATE Bulphnr Bitten I will make your blood phur Bltlcra j rich and atroojj will auJie I and yonr fleah new person THE i VuiiTrrraiu KiiY HY sayn that tho ptul men bave only to Pjin prolmblj an Ropablican u party mad np 1111 of the Evan Tiland Ttrni railroad at Evanavjlle it on mul U anil nilicirp o tbe roadfor Jb veur TIUMH are onr W i tlie ynfht and therfait in all Now when JJJ CorVett CluirJey Mitchell ti hVrited ltihiher ojvu in Ms liol luotitlily of AnditO of the Worlds I 11 nl tlip exposition is nuo out of lunl lias a bamttunie Imlanct1 iQ the treA u All honor Ihe urtat Cltv by tl for ithls cue tiin ol the federal court tbe eiht hour labor Iu He wiys tho law coaltary both tbe state aad federi C decltireb it a restroit oi tbe lilietly ot action puarnteed b In which the malting bivfnl contract in a lawful I alo holds that it in in direct confiil tho uill of rights of stol vith the foarteentb amendment Ui federal e have u jnrioas story p The insnrance peop past have lcen puzzled I liven burn np small with re miirkjable and completeness They have at last formulated theor tb it one man made all tbe mischie H find a merchant anxioni for fire ajid ho wonld undertake jol Then he would scatter tbronph th Bttiro pigs bladdero filled with licnzin wliicb were eipkxled by a time In tbis manner the work was done an no traces Tbe incendiary has no yut been THE llio special committee recently pointed to consider tho qncstjon o keetiing the Fair open after Ihiq mont tt is practically i favor of doing so as long the will and as long ns the In enefficent numbers toiake The it is is I coutuiiiacharjring the present admissio Hud to induce as many forotgn an cihibtors to keep their dii intact as Many forpig exliil ilorg have already agreed to do so bnt one who has an exhibit wa0 gfvi ii a permit for its removed from th Iair sipon The department of admissiona find tb ecntive olBcors of the Fair are matin their arrangements lor it i as if the plan had been formal DINS Bcview jiictnres the week theul wbrdsi It is difficult to detect any While there has been some to the nnmber of maun foctnring establishments and tha nnm tcr f hands work dnrinc the pas it is becoming painfnlly clear the orders obtained do snfllcc M employed atfnll time even the imitcd at present The business transacted is still far below that of lost year in iu earnings the decrease bong per in spito of a Urge worlds fair trial and in payment through the priu Clpal clearing hoasee oatade of Now Torkitlip decrease is per oUier cities disclose dietiuct in Lhc whole less activity and less confi detict the future than theri was n week aad this ia in tniui ntlribnted to the re cnrdms the monetary fntare which do ay iii the onate While the ttfl tone of all kinds of money in circulation IBS increased daring the month of and is now greater by almost than it this imo last tbe cmbaraaament is now nj it has been all tho doe to ilack of confidence rather than a ackof Th is making itisclf an eaera in every man in tho country who is snf ng from TUX WAGES OF Thore is food for reflection in the story At Almon the fngi ivc civshicr who was found the other day iu after remaining hid den loj seven In 13SO Thompson wai cashier of the Provident Savings Bank of eays the Courier On the nigh of Julv lllj a for a Urge ho robbed the safe of and Hia crime brought losses up on a ranltitndo of small whose claims were settled at ten cents on ttu Efforts to find him were bat wiist did this arail the orimina whoiTought no mnch distress upon othcre It tarns out that ho has been W York for some time in xjrerty and His father died eoon afujhis leaving lan estate worth f bnt no part of it to le wns diinnherited on account of his rime and the dispace upon he Had he kept integrity ic might now be ah honored and pros btirtinees While disenbertting his son tho elder Xhotupson provided by will hu John shinU set aside rom wife and daughters bf the The failure of John Thomp son to carry ont provision lej io a and in turn disclosou the of the defaaltiae t secmK that he is not to bo nt the inexorable operation of natursl aws bos jraniahcd him Shakertpciire was quite right whin bd nt into theimonth bfWoIscy tho eenti ient oorrtipiaon wins not more um the latter of the scion cnth coatury were snperjcded f b and til defensive armor ir the it People Storjyi tp liy New with him ertat tmtlte WDB hardljr to comb oo was tlx pofitjit cj TTbat ed the local pliysloiaos uitbwit I rt anil that took iciitc with iiiol benefit told bim hU icome q bol and made await tlfu That jn aloiit id ixiou blui to fo tv a husj this tino he learocd Veu Kcrvnra bldodl and he toi That this reipnh eutireljr and tind dncd nph ebabled hilt H an i com aSpfeTis nru3 him toifaii ordiur arvigor iu made a 5VJ u in of him so fuHv oljlRtd Bthisoicct and inet that That ho reooverj vCfcreenua blood and osJt Jeti iretl him when onQ else bod faije i And ll d sworn to bcfo 0 ftQnary I atflant to be a dible ontl Fhos state DM its be vith confideac 4nd having 1 no hiifi the last twea Tl ve no mcfruiate rembtft jati vawiu TJ Enhlio grit Conkty rt depqattio iUikou ncd Varjrtira bjood Va remedjjrK vegetableii oil is 1 by teat by thj iiirofiderfiil puro of W it metlicine Dossil EIfur tho kid ie It wn Grpeno 34th w thejrooat onjritj ndrvojijtjou ejjronic sopally by wnimlted free pcjr IVbcre no Will be Ip Tlila djptrbil Free laid wife to her as him pencil fbr lui nfl Me looked atSJler suspiciously riaile cloao obscrva io ve of grim de IBIJ inflation aronniliiH I AH she looked nto thefarnivay pnfple of nut1 1 want at I jelust htto csnliQomr and where does SENATE SATURDAY Jaurallad Voarh Pcllie First I desire to congratulate the Senator from Nevada upon his uplemljil contribution to tho litcratnre of this groat debate The charm of whtii bo has said has boon enhanced by the personal affection which tbe members of this body bear for I dcstroto ask whether it will bo to him to yield to a motion to am very I will consider if n ow continued in tho last seventyseven this body has been in aesnion fiftyeight and we have been dis charging a great public Wth the concurrence and npon oonsnltatiou with tho fricadgYof tho 1 a moljcn to moke oi this Bofore I however I io correct any mitiapprebensioni that may prevail in some There aro some very oagor minds in directionrt jast at this time I remeni ber reading once with intertet an ucconnt of the battle o the first conimo dura of the American John Paul on the coast of with the Bcrapos and her When the British commander liim whether be be aaid in reply I have onlybegun to U there is anybody who thinks that the friends and advocates of bill linve surrendered or have it t desire to answer in the Ian piiage of the immartar hero of thdj salt that wo hard only bego and with that I move tbe Senate do now Tho motion was agreed to the Benate at fl adjourned till Mootljiy 4 re Von Nervdui yon ah tired do you have Ubnt tired feeling or sack headache YoscJin le of all pymptomi by taking Hoods which ftiveii mental and bodily strentth i and tboropghly pnrifieg the It a good curuH indigestion heartburn and JfAHUEfiS BALSAM SeVcr felB lo Fcsorc Udr tfcitfl yoyihfuj Consumptive arid Feeble niul Wide fle 8 FAIR wuiitfl for awake WiJjUlH ieneralj llrftjjPutter ISalmor and other Ojfur SOU nearly all Low Big rrtipfht SO lays crvilifj Selling Men a Semi lor ctilar or senil 50 cental today for large ovcrilOO i Ziaglqr A G27 Markot j VINCENT VINCENT THE s m at the n exhibit of EXTRACT n thp port BEEF the AOKICUL Hoods Pills ore oaey to easy apticiu anil euro in 35 cents a aollng were first employed ty the daring the In Algiers in 1838 and tnbsbqent Electric Bjttera This remedy becoming so trell known and so popular as to need no jpecial All have Used Electric Bitters sing the same of A purer medicine does nutearist tpditifl KUOflxntoed to doall that is Electric Bitters vwll core all diseases of thri liver arid kill remove salt irUeum Other affections oansfsd by intpnre Will drive the system ind prevent as well as euro all malarial For onru of constipation and indigestion tryiElectrjo Entire satisfaction or money Price DO and per hot at Crims drtiK B takes to work the Wprlds coal in he and get n CMP 1 of 6EEF TEA soadis from th worldsnpvvn a COiltfAXYS EXTUACT Dlbjalcians sue IjOs pqen me of niQcUcnm meiit Indianaanvi UIi Tverfi connPCttd Vfltn Medical Injtinite pcrsCin wUhini to confirm tberio reports success ar list o rritctiam have mane epronii a ISiloni laudr and haveV fepatatHin in tMs 1 EyirSi fwr tyroyeara or more leading not yoitstoicnll tbe purpose On the they oropov toshuff partiulityi ana givot M i if on them they wilt prove I tlicir 0 t j Catarrh of the and diseases are treated at FJye Dollars Noted as Benefactors fferlne At tut JIYATT 28 to 13 retarnifls every fosr r tntioni f ree andStrictly foiget all oommunicationa to J i f VINCEN1 D Kn B at druffttistji by SOWarreti Y WE EEEMREI FOR THE with large stoiclf if otthQ liest makesf of PT fSpizQ VI r i M i j of the latest patjterns arid mbstMliable l imW hb How fflce i Miss lookina Vhy only a yoar agoher face was com pletely covered with pimples and She told mother that iho owed here clear complexion to Scr bttngSnlphar t I tell try 13 bf the best iriarked IbOttoBi aad a guarantee as t4 goes witK i i 4l A sr A ja i Solid to 4 Trains to Daily Trains to pera DailT of jiiiiitft fir ore Main to I Philadelphia and iMr jcllanse r I 8HOHE SEEKERS j BEST Snbuld take tlus line is e if ears and better accommodatfol I Oar YwsUbule cars anrs loinrr y nndevenr attenti vxtf to their attmryi yl per ond incgni i tiotrcall at Iuur bomeif o sluDjilz Iriezlit te charzw for any assistance they torendjijJ beforoVnterini the as t 6 Our McatioM addressed to1 1 If di Express iftst CexS 15Locl Frit C these pnysi in liVapsviUe Presiden Ac In Effwt ht Ex s Snjrii mj Jat row to UyEjANP LET U i prettiest Wnt near as OTthec6Bt ij toget icr wiflj fcn doten pjw c4n a bushel Of fifty with il to a y lie Vim A ttn iiftyitecoqils hejjSad uldod up a c 1 amn uf tsJkVd on 10 per ce it iLnd jmultiplied I Ufl otal bV twd ito coKer i the receiv jd ccd the flgurei thcpnpers and Hl 1 di hi replied M Bnt we oarxt to pnt ip w Wo can sell o iUUiovacaom wjih orafcd ftpplet o5 o BICE OE CONTENT1D Theres such an ciwful ifc wealth that its n woider that everbody wants i Just as longias will do jmyhing for the people the people will do anything lor Chance itfake it in one fell swoop come but opjtiortaKLife to make it little by little come every Heres a chance right nowlthatjathoi sand people one mediate and enthusiastic advantage are oflr everything Inour Diy to make room Come and us Hnd thereby rjiake d little MAT BE to take im ig i drives in tall t 4 orner Fourth and Main 1 TOE CoflLD ipoa fpr atod pnt in to d and era if tha fignroe t t iSha tixik the pajjwr aad began to fig n Jjor fawn but after rail bdJtjpfel pot into Jtcheaand told tjio prt that as the wpold w bo xloinfe np fruit Una ye hcj toisht have frnp BjavCoy wijs moViuc outa crao tahl J i m the l the i 1 trt hnving fan f The cheapesjt and attractive of dern Jjivc and we corn end it as a tote medidbo with iji whera St Siangan family dnythe niertts bnt Bniply Ijtate iat ittis 2lst ji ceHts Bigjibairgainis ii BJ1 m ards Call and isee I to cm ypn atontipn that I niase jfira boots low price of ailrlit jtyJ f OR THEN liftj Paaienser I Forifnll information asto f t S I S abl e e ndra a very reaiioo jie in ekrlif and got boot thai yooiSan brtvo some in wearing oau one tUot will keep yxn feet drjjf fori ycfn that feet caU for i andjJa not mote ecbnqmicai gooc or shoe can get them the aatno pries ypuraelf and como in and teive an enter for a I i i or j J 6 ij S t S j the neatest anabesi inf iSe Shop I M SCiABlET Jn 5 with evjerjoriakj oyistert servedjjr t u jf SCUDDERiSX i   

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