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REPUBTJO. THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY G, 1887.
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GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, '87
The .Monarch Oddltte. the Greatest
run Makers Kxtant.
Nellie Mcllenry, NljBSilbury,
In a magnificent production of their Brlrht.
.Music.il Kxiravartuzi. entitled:
Peplctlnc the pleasure of Jolly Itcnlc
Laughter Literally lnoessant Grand Realistic
Rain hSect Shower o( Real Water
Prices 7c, (K and ic beats on sale at
Harris's Clear More
BLACK'S. OPERA HOUSE
HVO MGIITS O.NLV,
'JANUIRY 10 UNO II
Benefit oi Mitt hell l'ost 45, (J. A. R.
rromthe bombardment of lort Eumpter
tothe grand rev tew in Washington at the
close of the war The only ones in exist
ence serial otlrei Tuentr-flve thous
and dolltrs was the sum paid the famous
artist lirady. who accompanied the army
from the fait of suraler until the close of
the wart for the negatives of this rare and
wonderful collection, and they are now In
p:ssesloa of the I. & (iovernment
at Washington These are the only ones
in existence. They were male dutlnc the
Rebellion and not copied from draolncs
TheyareexalMiedonlyforO A R.beneflts.
Shown upon canvas from 2U0 to WU square feet
each, ucdera powerful oxy hydrogen
light, ttie finest in the cuuutry
Admission. 5c Reserved seats, without x-
tra charge, at I II Pierce Jt Co.'s
&. c. cut.srki:, cot. j. u. grover.
RAILROAD TIME CARD."
Cleveland, Colombo., Cincinnati
Night Express UOain
New York A Boston Express V 5 am
Cleveland i Eastern hxpress - &3S pm
New York Limited Express "9 5 pm
Klght Express J.aam
.oz.. spi: .l.ln io.ti 9jxism
No l.Cln FlylnKBucklye T-SOam
29 Cincinnati & Indianapolis Expresilo 00 am I
X Cleveland A Cincinnati Lxpress
5 Clnti.. lnd..tL Louis a Kan. Ex,
! .35 pm
No l.Cln Hinir Iturkeve.
S Cleveland A Cincinnati Express 1S pm
S New lork. Beaten X Cincinnati Ex-'4i pm
amivx raoH SOCTH.
ti NUsht Express 1.2Sam
it Dayton. Springfield Aceom.tr't sUam
II New ork A Boston Limited ,,.9JS am
1 Cleveland Jt Eastern Lxpress 3.40 pm
Si Cincinnati A bprinsneld Accom. SJU pm
l hew lork Limited Lxpress 9 4Jpm
No. 12 has through sleepers to New York and
Boston without change.
No. 4 Is the famous limited express, com
posed entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland.
Through sleepers from Springfield. Makes
New York in 2Ai hours and Boston in UX
0. H. KNIGHT.
K. K. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent,
A. J. SMITH, Arcade Lepot.
Q. P. A. Springfield. 0.
Indiana, Uloomlngton and Western
xxxtTi raoM ixst.
1 Nlrht Ex
7 Sanduskv Mall.
5 Pacific Mall and Ex-
.10 40 am
3 Kansas city Kx
- S-05 pm
2 20 am
9 4S am
- 8 45 pm
- iJo pm
2 15 am
2 Columbus Express
4 Atlantic itaii.
f banduskv .Mail
0 New lorkLlmltel-
xuuvx rum wist.
2 Eastern Ex
4 Atlantic MalL - - .
6 New York Limited, , ,
5 Pacific .Mall
2 Kansas City
aiaiva raoH xoxth.
1 Cincinnati Ex .
9 2a am
.. 1 15 pm
2 45 am
. 10-O3 am
a Kenton Accommodation. -
3 Columbus Mail -.
I Lakeside Ex
4 Put-in Bay Ex
t Sandusky Ex
Ohio Southern Railroad.
1 Mail and Ex
3 Balnbridge Accom
4 JO pm
2 Mall and Ex-
i Balcbrldge Accom-
Trains marked thus run daily;
trains daily except sunaay.
Train No 1 has a through coach for Lincoln.
Netx, and through sleeper between bprlngfleld
Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair
sars for Peoria, and through sleeper from In
dianapolis to Chicago.
Train No. 5 has elegant new Woodruff sleeper
(except Saturday) through from Columbus to
Bt- Panl and Minneapolis; also through coach
from Columbus to Kansas City, and chair cars
Detween Columbus and Burlington, Iowa.
All throiun trains on main line both east
and west have through sleepers and chair cars
between Columbus and Peoria.
C. E UKNDEkcON. General Manager.
H.M.BKONM)N.Uen Ticket Agent.
D II. KOACII.Ueneral Agent.
WM. HKITLRMAN. Ticket Agent.
Flttt Oln. St. Louis B. lU-L. at. Divi
sion. eon a tot.
1 Tast Line 7 15 a. ra.
11 Xenls Accom 225 p. m.
I Ctn. Mall 10 20 a. m.
T Western Express '4.10 p.m.
aaaivi raoH warr.
13 Xenla Accom-
- 7.15 a.m.
6 Eastern Excress-
2 Limited Express
X. X, Fenn. Ohio B. R.
11 Atlantic Express
U New York Limited Expresi
I Sew York Express
t Pactflo Express.
1 Cln and Western Express
Bet. Louis Express
All trains run b; Central time, which Is 2s
minutes slower than Columbus time.
N. B. 'Dally. All others dally except San
day. J. D. Phleger. Ticket Acent. office 72 Arcade.
COLD in HEAD
or Powder. Free,
Drug and 0Tcji-
A particle Is applied into each nostril and is
agreeable Price 50 cents at Druggists, by
nvjll, registered, 60 cts. Circulars Iree. ELY
jrRftS-Iiru-t-rlsts.OweiO, N T.
aroUed to aay kind of pain or soreness, buuat
Ses, Sevens Acbe. Sttilns, Kidney SiMSsea.
BheumstiKaoranysortot sorenee In any pan
-,,,......!,.. a thATln-UniiirajulBtrenztA-
MTnm. Ttnrrandr Fltcb and lorelcn Omni
eombuudln a sweet and never-taUlng Porous I
YlaMer. XTsed and recommended DT noata of
people, Sia.. S for SI. eveiTwlM.JKaaed for
prtoe. prop's li.ui'i'ia jk,-jw"
PPNUvnnVjlI. TrAFKRA are
i nccemfully tn-ed monthly by over 10 000
illje. Are We, JyecfuoJand P'eaaant
'SI per box bymalLor at druggists. Sealed
Particular! 2 rostar e stamps. Address
TBI Eraxxa cars-tnit, , sua, Mica.
Sold sy FrCttk U.OabUau and 3.
5 & Tft
no 42 a. m.
505 o. m.
1 47 a.m.
10 40 a. ra.
, -OOp m.
I Hop Plaster!
I dm f Opfljtri CtMt, Ho , Craop. Astthma,
M. Hon, and rwlTc cwamniptiT
Wrtoni la MrancM Magea or
lh rtt-Srt On.
Vcpym Sirvp U i-Vl ocl In
wait vrurtwra, and brar our
hilt1 Tnuto-kArl to wit
A BuJTm) lw- a (lrdt,o l"sV4-
n - ivMJOTw-iort, ana imt
ae-iln iDesm tnxamotJfkn IT.
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.1-op'a. Eittlmortt, Mi, U B. .
Chew Lance's Iters The a-reat Tobereo An-tUMtl-imctlQl.it.
J. J. All Ins, chief of police. Knoxville,
Tenn . writes: "My famllj ami ( are ben
eficiaries of v our most excellent medicine.
Dr. Kind's New Discovery, for consump
tion; having fount! it to be all that jou
claim for It, desire to testify to its virtue.
Mv friends to whom I have recommended
It, praise It at every opportuiilt ." Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption Is
guaranteed to cure coughs, colds, bronchitis,
asthma, croup, and every affection of the
MuoaL chest and lungs.
Trial bottles free at Ludlow A Co.'s drug
store. Large size SI.
You are feeling depressed, our appetite
U poor, jou are bothered with headache.
ou are tidgltty, nervous, and generally out i
of sorts, and want to brace up. llrace up,
but not with stimulants. Miring medicines,
or bitters, vv hlch hav e for their basis very
cheap, bad nhlsltj, and which stimulate
ou for an hour, and then leave jou In
worse condition than before. What you
want is an alternative that will purlfv your
blood, start healthy action of liver and kid
neys, restore jour vitality, and give renewed
health and strength. Such a medicine jou
will find in Electric Hitters, and onlj SO
cents a bottle at Ludlow A Co.'s drug
nucUln'a Arnica Satfe.
Thk Best Sal,vk In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to giv e perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow Co
Tbe Oixets Grinders' organisation.
The organ grinders of New York city
hare an organization more close even
than the Knights of Labor, and they ha e
parceled out the whole town in routes
just as the newspaper carriers have dono
in Philadelphia. hen any of the mem
bers die or leave for Italy their routes are
sold to the highest bidder, tho amount re
ceived going into the treasury of tho
organization There are now 882 mem
bers Another Interesting fact is that the
tunes are adjusted to suit the taste of the
different localities. Those with classical
and operatic music go to Fifth Avenue
and the Murray mil streets, while the
melodies that are ground out on the east
and west sides are of a less ambitious
character. I am told that the owner of a
hand organ and a monkey gets rich enough
here In five years to return to Italy and
live the rest of his life without working.
Three or four dollars n day is the average
income. New York Mall and Express. I
, " Significance of Tattooing;.
In a recent Issue of the The Vienna
Anthropological Society Dr. M. Halber
landt discusses the origin, extent and sig
nificance of tattooing. He does not be
lieve that it was at first meant merely ns
ornament. He attributes it to a religious
significance, the figures described on tho
skin having some reference to the totemic
or ancestral god of tbe clan, and serving
as a protection to the wearer In latter
days, when this meaning had faded the
figure became a mere style of personal
decoration Dr Halberlandt draws a dis
tinction between tattooing. In which the
figures are delineated by inserting a fine
pointed instrument repeatedly Into the
skin, and what he calls, from an Aus
tralian won!, the mnnka, in which pro
cess the lines are scratched orcu'nndthe
coloring matter rubbed in This di-tinc-tln
he maintains as Important as an
ethnological criterion. Doston Budget,
What Title SI erit Will Ho.
The unprecedented sale of Uosclut't cut the Un to the right size and a mar
German Syrup within a few years, has as- line spike helps to round it into form,
tonlshed the world. It Is without doubt the Now and then a sailor is found fore
safest and best remedy eer discovered for handed enough to carry material along in
the speedy and effectual cure of CoughsJ his clothes bag with which he can while
Colds and the seeret Lung troubles. It away hours below more profitably than in
acts on an entirely different principle from ( making the ordinary half model pictures
the usual oerscrintlons given b PInsicians. i or encraving a sea lion's tusks. Twine
as it does not dry up a Cough and leave the i
rjl .11, t -l. . ... .1 I
uusrase sun in uie MMrui. uul uu ine cuii- j
trary removes the cause of the trouble.
heals the parts affected and leaves them in
a purely healthy condition. A bottle kept
in the house for use when the diseases make
their appearance, will save doctor's bills
and a long spell of serious illness. A trial
will convince you of these facts. It Is po
stively sold by all druggists and general
dealers in the land. Price, 75 cts., large
No. 60, the Stayer.
"The oldest locomotive nowin use any
where near Chicago," remarked a rail
roader, "is No. CO on the Illinois Central,
stlU making regular trips down the road
She has been In use thirt) -three years
It Is estimated that in that time she has
traveled 1,650,000 miles, or equal to
sixty-six times around the globe She
has hauled passenger trains, freight
trains, special trains, pay cars, gravel
trains and done switching. She lias been
in several accidents, bnt was never badly
damaged. She has killed 'her man' half
a dozen times The average life of a
locomotive Is ten or twelve years, and so
you can see that old No. SO is a stayer."
The Only Way to Conquer Dyspepsia.
It Is perfectly preposterous to introduce
pepsin and other artificial solvents Into the
stomach, in the expectation that they w ill
assist digestion by acting on the food itself.
They will not Nor is it possible thus to
overcome d j spepsla. The onlj w ay to con
quer that disorder, and prevent the numer
ous diseases aud disabilities which it as
suredly provokes, is to renew the activity
of gastric action by strengthening the stom
ach. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters era ill
dates the most Inveterate forms of indiges
tion bj restoring vitality to the allraentarv
organs, and those which are tributary to
them. The liver, the bowels, the kldnejs
and the nerves, no less than the stomach,
experience the invigorative effects of that
standard tonic w hich possesses alterative
proprierties that greatly enhance its bene
ficial influence, and give a permanence to
Its effects which they would not otherwise
Ahead or Wiggins.
It has been said that the Indians were
the most rcli ible wenther prophets thnt
could lie obtained So w hi u old IJodie
came around this morning to secure n two
hit payment in advance on some wood he
proposed to saw for lis, wc asked him:
"Bodie. what kind of a winter are we go
ing to have?"
"My fok he kctchnm heap pine nut."
"What is that a fcign of?"
"Deer him heap paL"
"What docs that indicate?"
"Jack rabbit him heap plenty."
"Sign of cold vveither, mav lie?"
"Mabbe so, mabbe him cold, mshue
him hot, mablie him sun all time, mabbe
him lain, mable him snow. I dunno."
The Indian may be as good a prophctos
Wiggins, but he I.nks exactness.
Trucke (CaL) Republican
A physician said : "I've tried all and
know the Uop Porous Plaster Is the best
one made." 25 cts.
Tnii!ettnns nolnt to an ailinstinent nf the
British Liberal split Gladstone having an-1
i ci. iit.-.w-, . ..... .u. i
nounced his willingness to meet Chamber
lain's overtures, the latter has called a con-
teienM of his henekmsn to tllseus a bails
AX ALVSKAX ICEBERG.
A SPARKLING CITY OF CRYSTAL IN
A FIELD OF GLASS.
Fairy Laml In the Artie rEeglonsAn
Ice Mountain Planted In the Sea Fate
of the Floating- MonsterAn Awful
In the morning (It was light now) when
the sun rose it shone on w hat appeared
to bo a field of glass and a city of crystal.
Ice was to lie en nil nmiiml n fnr as
the eje could penetrate. There was Ice
I in every sbe and form imaginable, and
! the most wonderful thing about it was
l that man) of the masses resembled the
buildings of h city There were houses
' and churches, monuments, spires and
ruins There were also Islands and
mountains Some were low and flat,
others tall, with jagged tops, many of
them miles and miles in extent. There
were a number of bergs or ice mountains
I higher than the mainmast of the tallest
j ship. These were almost white, but 'iad
in many places a greenish blue color that
was soft aud beautiful
j The whole scene shone and sparkled so
brilliantly In the light of the just return-
j lng sun that one could almost fancy that
' this was the region of fairyland. j
I Here wns u ery large berg immediate
ly before us. It was jagged in form and
high rather than broad Great peaks
rose up like mnuutain tops in some wild
highland region. There was no apparent
motion to tins, ana the waves beat and
rolled upon its bas just as thcydoon the
shores of an island It seemed like a
mountain planted in the sea, onlj it wns
w Idle instead of green, as a mountain
should be 1 here w ere cracks mid tents
nutl caverns, just as there are iua ragged
mountain side, and all of a beauifnl blue
color There were also slopes and crags
and precipices down w hich the water of
melted ice flowed in wild torrents. Many
of these were equal to small rivulets and
some of the waterfalls were beautiful.
This berg was two miles iu circumference
at tho base and about 800 feet above the
TTjnvRO rrsiDE dowy.
As it is well known that floating ice
s'nks deep and that there is much more
of it bolow thai above the surface of tho
water oil may lonn some idea of what un
immense mass this mountain of ice was
In a short time great rents will open in the
Bides and immense quantities of Ice will
full into tho sea from the top The center
of gravity w ill also be destroyed, and then
this huge monster will turn completely
u-slilo down. This I often kvv As the
moss goes over with a wild, hollow row,
new peaks and cliiTs arise out of the sea
as tho old ones disappear, while great
cataracts of uplifted brine pour furiously
dow n tho hides. Apart from the danger,
this is an awful sight and those who wit
ness it can n-ually only gaze In solemn
Tliis somersault has sealed the fote of
this dangerous floating monster and its
end is ncir Let ns watch and wait, and
from our hut on tho ico hummock we
listen for some sound that should serve
as a signal. In two days we are sum
moned by loud reports that sound like
great guns. Hosteningto onrlookoutwe
see great open seams have been sprung in
the t'de from the top to the water, and
doubtless below Rotten as it is, this
berg cannot stand this change of position
Crock after crock is sprung with deafen
ing report. Lumps of all sizes fall from
its sides. Then there Is a roar like long
continued thunder and a moment after
the whole mass sinks down in ruin and
with a mighty crash falls flat on the
This Is the history of nearly all the
bergs that leave Behring's strait. Her
bert Uatlett in The Current
Jack's Ifotir ef Xlsiire.
RecUess of their money as sailors are
known to be when on a spree, they are
models of economy when at tea on a long
Toyage. Spare hours are devoted to mend
In their clothing, the sole object in select
ing a patch where one Is needed being to
get a patch that will stand as much wear
as possible. Dungaree trousers patched
with a piece of a Jib or topsail that has
been blown to pieces are not uncommon.
The ripo whic li Jack bnugs on lioard. If
of clny, may Le broken but tho pieces are
carefully saed and doweled together
ingeniously with bits of wire. If the pipe
be of w ood a pice of an old tin can that
has held cabin grub is obtained from the
steward, aud with ifh neat fitting lining
is made for the pipe that prolongs tho
existcne of the wooden bowl until it has
a strength that would make a 'longshore
man turn pale. The sailor's sheath knife
for making fish nets Is a favorable article
m T 1 ....1. 1,1. H-1.A fiiM nf
lor jai-& iu nui wnu. aud y.u v..
nets is so small in these days, however,
that he does not make so much at that
w ork as he used to do Not long ago a
sailor came ashore here after a round voy
age to Portland, Ore., carrying two good
tennis rackets In his hand. He had got
the materials in Oregon. Not nnfrequently
a sailor can be found who can so manipu
late a gold coin that a ring jilcely polished
on the outside and yet shoiring tho name
and date of the coin on tbe inside is pro
duced A marline spike and a hammer
with a niece of leather for a polisher are
the only tools used.
Mat making is another favorite occupa
tion of tbe sailor man. He usually works
w ith line materials, such as silks and
worsted, and the care aud skill and taste
with which these materials are wrought
together ire wonderful. Many a cabin In
tho vessels that enter this port is orna
mented with no end of banners nnd mot
toes for the bulkheads and mats for th
table, sideboards aud floors that wcri
made by the men in theiroil hours, and tf
purchased nt a fancy store would cost
hundreds of dollars. New York Sun.
Remedies for Nea.lckne.
Nothing ian be more unreasonable than
continuous seasickness. The absolute
remedies ere o many, the many voles!
witnesses are so grave thot any one who
persists In lioing sitk after the third day
is simply obdurate, and I above all men
Capt. Knight was something of a doctor
nnd he could bring round in a day or two
by water cure treatment. He succeeded
on the first day that I put my feet on
t.o on bo-ird w ith n full stomach of plain
but nourishing food, do not havo any
thing on jour stomach when ytrn embark'
Keep on deck Do not go out of your
stateroom but lie quietly on your back.
Take champagne or cluret or brandy or
whisky or gniel or oat meal porridge or
bits of salt codfish scorched upon living
Then have an icelerg along your spine;
a light belt should be worn liolow the
waist, ne homcepatblc remedies freely, it
makes little difference of what kind; blue
pills and Congress water are as good as
But the best of nil things is to kick the
doctor out of your state room, lie still in
four berth and w ait for land This is a
There are many allev iations of this con
dition the smell of bilge water, if on
ship, of greaso, if on a slcamer; the
mell of dinner, if jour stateroom opens
jn the dining saloon, the rattle of the
kuiv es and the jolly roar of merry men at
theJr abhorrent meals For variety a
fnend will visit you nnd narrates his ex
perience and recommends new torments
Hcnrr Ward Beechcr in New York
Many of the Klatheads on their reser
vation in northwestern Montana "are
given to dudish vvajs. Forinstance, they
wear good clothes, own fast steppers, pos
ses the showiest kind of blankets and
carry plenty of silver. Some of them
owu one or more racehorses and do noth
, iOK else for a living except gamble with
eich t!'" on th result of a race, but
nrlnflndllt- with nnfftMerc ,t71nbe
A3JxCarat .liamctd was recently disooT-
1 cred by CMrnmaa Dear Helena. It, T.
-tie Old Mreel Car Horse.
The driver of a Madison street car was
Jog-ring Ids team down town when he vv as
somewhat startled to see a horse wholly
devoid of harness come dashing down
Throop street As he put on the brakes
and pulled up his team the conductor
rang tho Iwll once as a signal to stop
The effect on tho rtinnivny animal was in
stantaneous, he came to a halt and .tool
pulling and blowing lieside one uf the car
horses The, driver stared vacantly at the
new equine arrival until the couductor
aroused him by ringing two bells us a sig
nal to start As he mechanically lit the
brake go and loosened his hold on the reins
the wild horse glanced at tho driver and
then jogged nlon witli the team By this
time nearly all the iissengers wire watch
ing the antics of the strnuge horse A few
blocks further down the conductor rang
the bell for tho car to stop, at which tbo
wild horso stopped also, keeping pace with
tho car team The conductor rung the
bell as often as he got n chance, while all
the passengers stood up and watched the
performance of tho horse At a livery
stable near Union street the knowing
animal suddenly swung off, gazed wist
fully at the car as it liudiciileil what to
do, anil then walked into the bam
"Well, I'll lie dumed'" ejaculated tho
driver ' I've seen horses afore now
what was street car crazy, but that fellow
lieats 'em nil. He takes the condition
powders That horse is an old street car
rounder I don't remember him myself,
but I'll bet there is men up to the barn
what knows him blreet car horses is
like fire eugiuo horses no matter whero
you put 'era they are alvv ays ready to go
back to the business " Chicago News.
MrrehnnU, Item! This.
To those subject to the vexations of biisi- j
ness life, dyspi psla and a feeling of debil-1
itv, irritability and desioiidiiicj, we sav, ,
take Simmons Livir Regulator. The Reg-'
ulator is free from atij injurious mitural I
substances; not disagreeable, can lie taken
at anj time without li.tirfering with husl- j
ness or pleasure. It Is gentle, safe and a
good digotor. It is tmequaled in the cure
of piles, i inistlpation, bid breath, sick
headache and bilious comp'aints.
There is no one article m the line of med-,
lcines that gives so large a return for the I
inoncj as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella
onna Backache Plasters. 47r
An virtue u. Ai-ritoitiriEs agree that
catarrh Is no more nor less than an inflam
mation of the lining membrane of the nasal
air pis.sagrs. Nasal catarrh and all
catarrh U affections of the bead are not di
seases of the blood, and it Is a serious mis
take to treat them as such. o cohsiien
tlous phi sician ever attempts to do so. It
is held bj eminent medical men that sooner
or later a specinc will be found for everj
disease from which humanitj suffers. The
facts jnstifj us in assuming that for catarrh
at least a positive cure alieadj exists In
El 's Cream Halm.
"The Devil anil the Keep Sa."
The old story of the poor soul who was
caught betweeu "The devil and the deep
sea," gets a new Illustration from the deal
ing of doctors and drugs with malaria. The
story is soon told: "My daughter," said a
lady, "had been struggling with malaria for
four years. She was all the time out of
health iioor appetite, disordered digestion,
pale earth) color, pain in the head, limbs
and back, and every now and then a right
liard chill, followed by fever. Then we
would send for our doctor and he would
prescribe quinine. Just as he did from the
first and so kept doing all along nntll the
name of quinine sounds like the tolling of
thebelL Clearly between the two, her
health was being ruined and her very life In
peril. She was really between 'The devil
and the deep sea.' Sometimes the name is
varied, and it is called some other 'ine' In
place of quinine, but it Is all the same the
old firm with a new sign. In this dilema a
lad) friend said: 'Why not trj Humph
reys Homeopathic Specifics, Nos. Ten and
Sixteen.' I tried them. They were a suc
cess from the brat, and not only cured the
malaria, but restored her to perfect health,
ind left no trace of disease or drug pols
nnlnp." Consumption Cured.
An old physician, retired from practice,
having had placed In his hands by an East
India missionary the formula of a simple
vegetable rente ly for the speedy and per
nanent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and lung
iffections, also a positive and radical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Com
plaints, after having tested its wonderful
-urative powers in thousands of cases, has
'elt it his duty to make It known to his
suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive
mil a desire to relieve human suffering, I
will send free of charge, to all who desire
t, thLs recipe. In German. French or En
llsli, with full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mall by addressing with
stamp, naming this paper, W. A. No)es,
149 Power's Block. Rochester, N. Y.
If the S3uf7erers From Con.uraptton,
Scrofula, and general debility will try
bcott's Emubiiou of Aure Ch1 Liver Oil,
with hjipli(iphites, the) will find imme
diate relief and a permanent benefit. Dr.
II. V. Morr, Hretwood, Cal., writes: "1
have used Scott's Emulsion with great ad
vantage in cases of phthisis, scrofula and
wasting diseases generally. It is very pal
atable." Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and dtaniuEa, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving health to the
child It rflststhe mother Price 95c a bottle.
A Kim and Gfnxhois Dfep. Rev. A.
Barber, superanuate member of SL Louis
Conf. M. E. chuich, writes from Moran,
Kansas: "This recommendation is written
without solicitation from an j one; but I owe
it to those similarly afflicted to say that by
the Use of the Shaker Extract of Roots
(Siegel's Sj nip) 1 was cured of an obsti
nate and almost fatal Indigestion both
stomach and livet being completels torpid.
I was redceil to a living skelt-fcin. Friends,
famil) and ph)sician had given me up. 1
was keeping the spark of life alive with a
diet of raw eggs and milk. Now both
stomach and liver are informing their
functions. I have manv friends in Western
Ohio. N E. Iowa and S W. Mo. who would
like to know this."
Tin IIonfst Sii Xkrit, although he does
not boast of his ptirit),alwa)s makes goods
that can be relied upon, for instance, his
Shaker Extract of Roots (Siegel's Sjrup) is
reall) a valuable article. It is not recom
mended as a cure-all, but as a reined) for
one single disease, viz: Indigestion, in
which disease it works like a charm.
Thlt Do sder never varies. A marvel of Durl
It, Itrentth and wholeaomeness. More eco
nomical taan the ordinary kinds, and cannot
sat li competition witntne multitude or
eej, saors weignt alum or rnospnste pow-
rniy sa eons. Slovak jiaxixe fOWDIk
:HILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & 5IDL
CIDNEY AND LIVER
OR SALE BY ALL DRUGGtS
The Gaulne his 1 radc Mark and crossed 1
TAKE Nft OTHER.
Do yon want a pure, bloom
ing Complexion if so, a
few applications of HaganV,
MAGNOLIA BA131 will grat
ify jou to your heart's ean
tout. It does away witk Sal
lowness, Kctlness, Pimples,
Blotches, and all diseases and
imperfections of tho skin. It
overcomes tho flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement, It makes n lady of
THIRTY' appear but TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
and perfect are its effects,
that ft is impossible to detect
ARE STILL TIUUMl'irAMt
For fltteen years they have steadily rained In
favor, nd with sales constantly increasing
have become the most popular corset through
out the United Mates
Thedqualltyls warranted to wear twiceas
lone as ordinary corsets. We have lately In
troduced the O and lt-U Krades with extra Ionic
waist, and we can furnish them when preferred.
HlKtlMt awards from all tie world's treat
fairs. -The last medal receive 1 is for first de
free ot merit, from the lateexposltlonheldat
While scores of patents have been found
worthless, the principles of tbe Glove-Fitting
have proved Invaluable.
Ketallers .ire authorized to refund raoney.lt,
npon examination, these corsets do not prove
Por sale everywhere. Cataloeuce tree on ap
plication. TU0MS0X, LAXGD0X t CO., X. Y.
Th ttJVt tOttSrT mad thmt cn b rfturnpJ h
( pure--Mr rir thrro wk wr if not Conn.
PERFECTLY 8ATIS FACTO II V
J mit s-fvwt,il itrrU-iniielMbT Iwr. Hd
i-rlftr of ry J prlc. SoiJ by rt--ia
r eTefTwhtrfl Bwr of wortIMS lmlt-tloti
n&om uufN it s B-ll nun on t bcx
Per It adechr, nillon.nes I.lver'om.
plaints, India ration. Dllld bnt eOectlve.
IS-SULU Ilk UULtitJISTS.
The only perfect substitute " Mother's
milk. InvaluabU m Cholera Infantum
andTeethIns A pr-4lletd food for Dys-
Kptlcs Consumptives, Convalescents,
rfect nntrWnt la all Wasting Dlseases.
Kqulra no cookini Our Bock, The Care
and Feeding of tnfarts, mailed &.
DOLIBE1, nOD-XB i- CO . Boston. XaH.
ct,Aiu::uovr colo.m i
CLAIlKJIOT C OltQX Y I
CLAUEJIOAX Of,0?IY I
A sew Iloase eery IS Uyi lo tbe lut 8 yetri. Oct
vllUtrc. only 32 mouth old, bu & storet. S botelt.
3 charcbei. Kfaool, newipaper, factory, toinrir r.i
teajnbou,S Ualru and X malidalij-. Laoo rapidly
advancing'. Send, tend, aena by ail mean, aecd
for circulars with 4 map,3 lboturapbtc cnu of
hoatea. all about the wonderful proth ot oar col
ony.lu wll.climatf,niirkfu,buslnea ppoitouitlfi,
beafia, prices term, and V other distinct fjnjecta.
Farms for lfrQ on monthly Inatallments to tnose
haTlnrenipIoTment Iitout leavlnKtbalr situation
Addreaa J. M Ai A.rirenwDt,Surrr to.,vr
For a check for 20 we
will print a teu line
advertisement In One
'fUtOltln JUlllon issues ot lead
.111 IoINqIok American Xevis-
- naDers and complete
the work within ten days. This is at the rate
of only one-fiftli ot a ci nt a line, for l.uuo Clrcu
latlon I The advertisement will appear In but
a single Issue of ary paper, and consequent y
will be placed belore One Million dlSerent
newspaper purrlasers; or Fivx Jiiixios
Riidxed, if It Is true, as Is sometimes stated,
that every newspaper Is looked at by five per
sons on an average Ten lines will accommo
date about seventy-five words. Address with
copyof advertisement and check, or send 3Vc
tO.lR0wiil.?'O., 10 lyroM It, 5W
VI frfflEsf OS
JP For " NO
MjtijCUfMiP Jr? ASBESTOS CEMENT FELTING.
-pawes-gn ,' ASBESTOS AIR CHAMBER,
X 8 SHOWN IN PI0TUR1, Y7 T a ElW V ItV
? rn- lrs 9 07 MA,DEM -ane, W
p Hr9riT3srAi Mi- -sBf MBM8, raiAEimui, uuat. (
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ITTS B U R G HJ RW
XR SALCBVXgEALERS FxiftTWnCRE.
I " '
WHEN PHOFEHLY DONE.
WC AIM TO ISO DO CIVC TO ALLCUSTOMCRe.
Lowes'- PRICCS PROMPT TRANSACTIONS-
Judicious Sclcctions Conspicuous Posi-
JTIONS- ClffRICNCCD ASSISTANCE . UNCI
JAStD OPINIONS ANO CONFIDENTIAL SCSVICC
I lAftvKKTitcMKirr Dt.is.tD, Pnoore Smov. i..i
l CrtM.Tcs or Ce.T in any Ncwep.pcne.
Funwi.Mce to Rc.pofi. laic P.en.e
FRCC or CHARGE.
i j Tho H. P. Hubbard Co.,
i SuccnsontaH P HUBBARD,
i jjndicioos fldrertising Igsnts and Experts, j
J ErtibMiW 1B71 lncorporttd iSSj. S
I J New Haven, Conn. !
1 1 i 1
JOu 200 Pc C-vTa.ixM.uc or Lcs.inJ
NtvfMi." Scnt FmtK on Apuctio. j
U. S. MAIL STEAMERS
Sail every Saturday from New Vork to
Glasgow and Londonderry.
Rates of passaee te or from A'ev IVA, aiajfm,
Ltrerpod Iononderrg er Befaet,
CABfifS. and 55. SECOND CLASS. WO
Steraze outward or prepaid, S0.
Atchor Line drafts Issued at Lowest Rates are
?ald free of chance In England, boot
land and Ireland.
For Books of Tours. Tickets or other Inform
ation, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS,
New Vork ; or J. J.8MITU. 22K Main street.
WANTED a centle man of enerty, experience
andacqaalntance. In each county of ohlo. as
AKent for Applrentei. Klectrio linrglitr
Alnrsu Mnltlne. 'o capital but best ot ref
erences required Absolute control siren.
Unexcelled opportunity to build up a lucrative
Electrical iiu.tnru iu connection. Corres
Clevelnnd Klectrlc MattlneCo..
Room 1. National Bank Bulldlnr.
AervatfanproTMnratowrthsoId stlkt Prvrrats
ttppiftfffroui brad of tbesutlL Made of bwt qujlltr
ToolstrrL Cwrallr Srtop-wl iomlebr Hmxi
mmre lrlert lUtfdoenMMrtdMjv.-nttoir
tT I1U. EUWAliO bTUUM SI lU.111 lV, U'Vlnt.
MNOLK DARUEL SHOT GLX. fj.00
IINCI.K nrtEECH LOADBtt, 4.00
DOU1ILK ' 10.00
lrlcee on ether eeods In proportion.
PARKER.8MITH and OTHER CUNS
orn BOBEO TO HnOOT CLOMB.
Illustrated ratat-ciie and Price IJiS sent Free.
I. C. BANUE & SON, fScKSft:
Cor. Chrstnnt and KUhlh Sta.
Receive AilvertiaemenU for this Pare.
COIIMAICOat Lowest Cash Rates intC
rJe-AYERS SON'S MANUAL
WANTEIJ General agent, to wholesale
mynew motor. Rate chance, good sal
ary or sOc on tbe dollar. Address. with stamp
KM '.Waver, Indianapolis, Ind. (hame this
Vntendlnt; Advertisers should address
GEO. P. ROWEL- & CO.,
tO MFBUCK STREET, NEW YORK CITT,
For SELECT LIST of 1.000 NEWSPAPERS.
Will he ent FKKEnn appllcatloa
For a check far IJOne will print a teu line
advertisement In One Million Issues of leading
Ameriem t wpapers This Is at the rate of
only one atthot a cent a line for IJXju Circula
tion! The -vdvertlssmcnt will be placed before
One Million different newspaper purchasers
or Fiti vtiu.io RriDn.i Ten lines will ac
commodate about 75 w ords Address with copy
of Adv. and ebek. er send cents for Boot of
1M BiSs- wEO P. ROfffiLL 1 CO . M dfWfft
8t . Jik Ten
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"I want something to cure my- cough. I have tried our Uonor, and almost evirv jn jpneury medicine I ever heard of, but nothing
seems to do me any good," a lady said to the clerk in a large ilrug-etore.
"Gooch's Mexican fayrup gives the most general satisfaction of any thing we have ever sold, and is pronounced by some of our
most prominent people to be the best remedy for coughs and lung troubles evir put upon the market- We sell more of it than all
other cough remedies put together. You see our eiisttnjers risk nothing in buving, as the proprietors authorize all druggists to
guarantee it ; so if this does not give jou satisfaction, we will refund the money. It has made some remarkable cures." he replied,
. "s7vTOHX3 TO COSTSTJMPTIVES.
Consumptives, because all other things fail, believe not that GoochV Mexican Syrup will. CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED.
Tuberculous matter is nothing more than nourishment imperfettly organized. .Now, if we can procure the organization of this food
material so that through the process of electric athnity it iiriy take its place in the system, we can cure the disease. This is just
what Gooch's Mexican Syrup does : It at once stops the progree" of the disease by preventing the further supply of tuberculous
matter, for while the system is under its influence all nourishment is organized and assimilated. It controls Coughs, Night-Sweats,
and all other symptoms of consumption. GOOCH'S MEXICAN SYBUP HAS CURED THOUSANDS AND IT WILL CURE YOU.
This remedy is pleasant to the taste, and may be given to children with perfect safety. It affords immediate) relief. Clergymen,
lawyers and other public speakers will be greatly benefitted br using this remedy to clear and strengthen the voice. This medicine
is prepared and every bottle warranted by CINCINNATI DRUG & CHEMICAL CO., 64 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. For sale
by all druggists. SO cts. per bottle. If your medicine, dealer hasn't it acd wca't get it for you, send us CO cents and we will lead a
bottle, MpraasAg. prepaid to any part of ta TJ. 8.
rT ill by iloauuu, uuwood. i'rat a. Vo.UiU. Y. T. SsxUU, X. IT. Wts Cj.. Dr. T. i. euper, JL SmUn So., J,
3, ".arm, r, A, trarwocxi and w. T. 9oltlL
Samples and HIiBtratsd Poaphlct ' Steam
ACME PAPER NOVELTY CO.
Lfttir Heads, Note H-rt, Bill Heads. Sta AmenN, Enve
lopes, and all kinds of Job irk done iu first rl iss manner
atthpIovTPhtilsureo. Also, minufactiirersot Oysrer Pails,
Fapr Bags and II ix s, Flour Sacks, Can y Cones aud all
kinds of Paper Nov-Ul p.
Telei.hoi.eS81. 132 WEhT MAfSSTREFT. E. T. C.mmlns, HaiMser
Only the Best Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Veal and Pork for
Win. Grant's Sons
16 E. High St.
1 SIICIS Ttllt tss-
tucm is, am itrrtial
GERMAN ASTKRIA CUREilo;!
6-ffci rtii wheM all tbcsr rvndi4 fail
moot rkildit ttrk innair cncIcrt-ble tieev
7o -rmJltDff lor mui(. lis net ton tit
imroraiaifi airrct una rrrinin, una n
caret. rlTrcCrd In all CLIiAlil.K CAK
It m-mhUj mrt4 . Kcfrr HB.it uj Ub,"
ff-i. B. Lmtt St rt. -in
1 m nMnkj ratarnl to kc-ia j Grwa laUia
Cvr." T-M rtumm BmmtUm Oau.
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Hf ptphui nnaMt-1 Umu ittiM Cm. I
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3-mfi ftlhsrut fra In ki" sStJi i t r-
iti sat Ale. aviul "if I- m- il li n ait nr mspii i
oi" prica. lr-U i un frrr to any vSdiT- for
lu-tuirr at v. h ifHiriiiljiii,
I CURE FITS!
tUM att4 v l trt tMtUlt aX-K. iMMl Sa tJ-
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tn-jnUa -A-l fitra Cxpf-M aa4 roacOOca. II e-sra jtj
M I WUl TAS) Jft.
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IS. eapM!Uv. rmlr toe th. uv.rfu.u.. farlta
hi th.ntl. of e. ( lb. w-wks kin sid e(Mc
1111 bMStif. lsld M.trvr.l.n jr. ta (
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tetcista a4 at aa ataate.
GEDXKY 1IOUSK, EW YORK,
Broadwar and 40th Street.
Opposite Casino and
Metro Doll tan Opra House.
0n ot the most elfg-int of the
New Hotel ot tbo Metropolis.
Comfort and luxury.
A borne for families.
A resort for business men.
Restaurant of unsurpassed excellence.
Moderate charges Rooms from II a day.
r.x'L Dtv .M.C-CL-Tand
Walter B Iivke.-. Proprietors.
BriktwaycarH pas tk(AAr
Savlna and Fire-Proo! Malerials" Free by MalL
Three Years of Arctic Service.
By A. TV. GREELT, ZJent. TJ. S. Army.
Cam's; lUdy rrmnkllB Bar Expedition of lReI-4.
Ttte Voit Royal gro. srtU Sleet Portrait, over 100 Jtttutrationt am
Os Oficial Hops tad CKatt. Sold only hr Suttcription.
Prefaxly Olnstrsied, aboaads wlta Uvtly dsesxiptlona." Cktcaft
" Ti. most iaportaat work paMtsns sa Xiztit sssnm "Bottom
" A. wallmads and welaosse book." IT. T. Sum.
InUrt.tbic tromcoTtrto torn." if. T.BeruU.
- Volnm.s la svary wsy salisf salary sad sesaslste." If. T. Tort.
"No story sf A red. exaleratfoa kas etaaled It ta fewer, vslas
eathoa." Hartford Pott.
A Special Aftat Wastte4 tat Every City sutd Tsm.
Adirsea, CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS,
ITS Kim St., ClnalwweU, er T4 mrdwmy, Hew Terk.
Rooms 5 f. Jtlteaell Block.
3. g. Cor. M.alg and Market Sta.
ssavss or icujs tistb cirrsD
s. LI3IU0CKKK, and 57 Arcade. Print
. er. Engraver and Fashionable stationer.
Vi eddlng goods and calling cards a specialty.
Cisisrr urn, ricxss ito tiniist.
HOW Main st.
A. OROSS A CO, UNDERTAKERS.
Office and Warcroom. 18 W. Main at-
Resldence 12 W. High st.
39 W. Washlnzton street.
Models care tally made and patterns properly
gated in all metals.
B OK BINDERS.
Joiixsox a DOME,
Lasixu or ths a. u sixurrr k sosi book
179 West Columbia, street.
General Book Binders aud Blank Book Manu
M1CHIJ1ST, U3IUXUL JOS VOX. POIS.
17 N Center SL
' J. KICKET.
J. Practical Machinist and Oeaersl Job Shop,
iVSandM E Washlcztoa.t.
rr Ut J MmJtmmtrr
puesra. 3a nBal a-rtliai
Xaaa tea lMwraaa
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aV TTjar unr for tfv OrlciamX $3 &
fitwin of ImitAUioaj.
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Wf CUT sMM. umi-Jruaa
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kto as will ttrtoc yon lnforma-
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urStatA or Territory
This shoe stands bUber In tbe esttmsxton ef
Warer than any otber in tbe world. Tbonaaaua
woo wear Until tell you tbe reason It you ukibcia.
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