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ttEPrBLTr. -W'lSDKltSDAr ErEKIKG. JAN-tUrr 2P 1RR7.
dl. MICE CO.
furcfwan to C C Taylor son.
K. S. KKLI.t,
II VOUE. Man-liter
93 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
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WOOD AND KINDLING.
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Cme:i, I'las'er, lU!r, Fire Uriel, ami
Clay, Clilntnerancl Sewer Pipe.
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Publishers and Proorietors.
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editor, and ill business letters to Tiiou- t
I.E1TI.LIC Bl'IM 1XG,
Telephone o. S50.
WEDNES3AT EVENING. MNUARY 26 1687
Senator Sherman (ami I "others) voted
for Blair's woman suffrage lull. Tue-elav.
Nearlv I, uoo saloons haie teeti tlost-tl in
Ohio under the timvlsinns of the I Kin law.
The Time bir, of lintiiiuaii. calls our
Slimiian ami I.lnoolii combination a
The apiMHiitineut of e rrt-iilent Haje
as fine of Hie trustees of the Ohio btatt
riiher-it is a reuiarkabli pond one.
t.oieninrKiirakcr lias done well in ap
jmuitliii: VV. b. Capeller railroad com
r.n-Montr. He will make a pool one.
Povertj nuohnv aitual neeI of fond
and raiment honld liealmlishetl in Auier
lea. We have no right to allow it to exist
tmlx in exceptional ca-es, where it appe.tr
to ue unavoidable.
tin-clien. the new member tif the KnIisb
caViMt, Is not Mich a lerv irreat mill In
himself, but he has for ln private secittnrt
a vounir Jnurnabst (late of the full Mull
Oiizctte) who is one of the brightest voiing
men in hnglatnl. Alfrtil Milner is In
Sir lleclver- KuIIer was -nt to Ireland ti
cur the people, but a tliil Hilaatn on
similar niK-iun, In can to bless them Tin
wouldn't Io at all. "doutcherknow ." si
sir lletliers is mailed It Is eideut thai
the present covernineiil doe-n't understand
the Irish situation.
'Hie following has been handed us bv a
pruininent citizen, who thinks we ouht to
have a meat inspector here
(imenior Foraker has issued a pmclania
tiou forbidding the importation ot cattlt
into Ohio from Illinois, exctpt under
piarantine regulations We mnieif our
cit fathers don't issue a protlaiuitiiui to
forbid Cliaiiiiaicn and .ther counties to
bnnj ili-eastsl meat to this it and sell the
ame to our people ttoiernor Koraker will
be called Ui I" t.ntet h.
The editor tit the Iffiiofmftii tVirwfom
ll'.rfji. published b the ineruan Tract
Siciet, Vew oik(IMl Vt-sau street, ) i
thelle.J M bti-piieusoii.il II, an old
Il'llefontamebo -and not o rrry old.
either. It is remarkable ho etensiel
tlic Ohio Hivi lias dec!ied m New York
joiniaiiMii The UluitritUil Cliritlnn
U'trf.'ji. In the naj, is a erj beautiful. In
terestintr and who!esime undeiioni uitiotul
relieiiMis paper and abmt eerjbod teieht
ti take iL
Tlieetra-Coner"atle Iiudou lforitny
P.itt is 'sure" th it senator Infills'., "out
spoken bitterness" against I.ulan I does
not represent the feelmir of the Vmenciii
i -natc tir jieople." Still the f..f wisel re
m irks that it would be foolish for the Eng
li.li jietiple to shut their ejei to the import
a ice of the niiestlon iuoled The .ii)i
A-'"- alwavsesjietullj friendl M Auier
let repiri's it-t-letfrauis from New York
Montreal and Ottawa, as of ' a erj reas.
surinctharacter.' It expresses the ho
fiat "theKond sense of Cmad i will insist
on a policv of peace. '
Toletln has Ik-eil selei teil as the destrib
utini oil center of Anitnca It is the Kn
ture (.real t it no lougi r It is the present
tiMminoth metropolis sjiruiijtield Hint
'lliat Miumlsa little like it neichbor
That's the sort of a malarial froc iHmd"
Toleilo is ami it is pleasant to notice that
the fact is at l?st l-eiuj resisnieil. When
jou want to lake a look at the healthiest
eit) In America, as plea-sint islt is health,
nod as pusluiu as it is pleasant, turn our
faee toward the Maiimee and si jotir
je-lsls in motion. Toledo fLrr-
Thanks' wewill -tart in our dimtion
assniu as the walkin; :ets ;iwJ and we
(,-et time to make the trio
Senator lnsalK of K uis.s is now the
preatAmencan tall twister -see liow he
pies for the Iinti-h Hon
Knsland has alwajs le n a rutliin, aeow-
aid and a bull anion.; the nations of the
earth, insolent to the weak, t rami leal to
the feeble and cnnirini; and obseiimout to
tlm strnnir Her uistory
or (etitunes lias
Iieen a recortl of crime asramt the human
rart, jn Ireland, in Scotland, in Wales,
asauist the Iloman Catholics, against the
jjoers; in South Africa, airalnst the Hm-
doos and the Chinese. Wherei er there has
lieen a feeble, a weak, a helpless nation,
Oreat Hritain has liecn there for the pur-
pose of rapacit) and plunder and cowiuexL
If Knsland doesn't quit, confess and re-
fiinu nnvr. we shall conclude that there is
po virtue In lurid rhetoric. ,
' Henrj M. fetanlej, the American, lias
Igoue to the heart of Africa to assist Emin
Pasha to uphold and maintain a treat equa-
torial empire that he has been goteniinic
I for nine jears as its founder and fosterniK
father Tne rrlhunc (New YSirk.1 sHaks
of this man as a hero onlj second to (mt-
ilon, and declares that lie "has redeemed i
from the slae-traders clutches a at ter- I
ntorj with 10,000.000 Inhabitants, his tie-1
e!oied its industries, both in acriculture
and manufactures, and lias Kien it kihm!
laws, courts, shiiK a islal sen ice. and
manj other institutions of cillisl so
ciet " Tlie'J'riiiinr sajs further
And LhmiKh lonu nesltvted b lth Ksj it
and r'njrlaiid. he has aliantl held on, and
interposed the Kivat bulwark of his pros-
, iierous proxince between the saiage Mahdi
mi the north and the still more saace Tile
poo Tip and his Arab sle-huuters on the
1 south, an illumined spot In the heart of the I
dark continent. That Ir Kuiln will be
read to remain, if pnuided with needed
means, is certain In Mime of the litest
, ktttrs receded from him he his declared
that he had no desire to Kft ,ia at the
1 sacrifice of his work. 1 ilo not wish to
leae until what I 'i.ne dune is mad se
cure." he said ltouldcet nw.n at an
time If I wished 1 do not want oti to
i help me escaie. but to lit Ip me stihere
1 and finish ui task." That is the spirit of
a hero of lmmanit. and it is pleasini; to
' know that the appeal will not lie s am as
nasthit sounded from the ramparts ot
) The heal t ot an uicritaii unj well lie
Istiiredb the thought tint one of his own
I ft How -citizens has acipiiretl so much force,
jasoiie.liuliMilii.il nun. that, without an
arm or armed force, he can k 't' this
J other man in Vfiiea. with intrinsic streimlh
enough to assure the world that the two
will hold the-e ten million people ami their
I tast area of termor for utilization ZT
l Here is a statement about a t ure for rhcu
uiitisiu that is beiiic cirtul itl In the news
papersuf the etiunti for the public Rood.
tud whith islikel to impnne the mirkit
for alcohtil and onions. We do not see that I
aiixtlune is aihertised in the corresimnd
eice appended but the Hon Mr CI) our
a id Hon. (inner CM eland
KvtKi.KKkX Pi t '
KbteiM. Pa Jan II i
I)li: ritrsini XT I regret learning of
tur affliction. I know tlirtt things Hut
will keep ou ivrtainl In time for the ears
et to mine. iz 1 ipiart of alcohol. (!" pt r
.vnt ) put in 2 onions (well bruised I hint
it inside a glass window let the sun s'ip
in it for "i das for distill ition Then liallie
the limbs. The relief is uiisiitpassetl This
done, wrap the 1 nibs with the enclosed ab--urbent
cotton secur with the elastic
binding enclosed ngul cord is hurtful
I bird relief Take a tuiiibN r of water,
ilearl hot, ever morning ltgnesgmt
lelief to the system gentleineii Ins
liken it for 4 ear- in a little salt, was in
ad healili, weight 1 a) pounds, now he is
up to 170 pounds, retohitioiiar weight
51 onl daughter, 5Irs. llnsike, with her
thnv promising sons andluronh daughter,
is hung m her own beautiful home at No
liii. K street. Washington Cit, 1
I hate great reluctance and hesitation in
siting the facts stated, but it should lie ami
sa source of solicitude to ewri citizen to
hate our chief tttizen in gcod health
ishing ourstlf and 5Irs. CMeland inant
tears of happ -weildtxl life, 1 am, dear sir,
ter trul our friend. Ke-poctfullt.
I) VMM II. Cimi 1.
Tilt ill I'l x
Uutint f Mx-ios. '
A tsHlxoTOx. Jan Is, lxST
lijuiel It Oyme r. ex-.Mayor. Heading
III-xi: Sin The president directs me to
icknow ledge the receipt of our recent let
er containing suggestions intended to aid
mm in treeing liun-fli troin rheumatic
troubles, and to assure ou of Ins appret ia
lon ot our triendi interest Vert trul
jours, I) - l.xtiosT, rntatesecretar.
'IhelM Dr Hobert O. llulehius who
issl to lie in Columbus, and who went
from that citt to Alinneapohs. has rt-
nnitsl to Ohio and is now pistor of the
second Congri-gatlonal church at Olvrlin
The lloctorrtventl uildean luiitortaiit lit
t mice at a club mtvtliig at Cleveland.
Discussing the problem of heredit he intl
ualeil that much of the charitable work
t le churches were advocating airt prac
ticing was doing htrni instead of good
it ks?iiinc in existence imterlv, dis-et-e
and innie. whith is the result
if the inexorable law of heredi'v. and
Allien it would be for the general bent
it to let die out The tentleicx of the !o
sition taken was that the Ian of "the sur
n al of the fittest" is i fait, and it is .pies
umable whetht r it- course ought to lie m
erfcied witk In iMiiclusinn. Dr. Hutch
i is said "To s,-cure the highest adt an
tires of the world for heredit. ministers
nii-t acknowledge tint the laiinot sate
he race alone, but mu-l w. Icome the co
iperation of the siu-otists. pstchologlsts
tud philanthropists We must regard
riiristianit not onl as an instrutnent ot
injiaratloii for the future world, but also
asaiiner for the improvement of this'
That is to sat. Christians and religio s
peonle of all miNs. must work for tl.e sal
vation and luiprovtment of the Insl as
well as for the conv erslon, enlightenment
and growth of the soul, 'lln, i--,-iimMi'
and practical, and worthv the serious and
earnest attention of all teachers and work
ers. N'olioi can aid Mierin ill's cause b at-ta-kipg
BlMiie. N'oIhmI ran aid Ulaine's
cause b attacking ahernian Let us have
no tliroat-ciitimg l."t us hate the best
and strongest man for our candidate. We
think John Mieniian is the man If it can
tie shown that ail other man is the man,
we are for linn.
The following is from the llellefnntaitii
Jit jiuMittiii. of Tuesda
The name of Koiiert Lincoln is licing
proiiiineuti inetitiuuetl as a prospntive
candidate for the r publican noiuuiation
lor tne presnlenc in Isss Judging from
the present land-point and King governed
the question of availabiht. the nouiiua
tiou wonld lie an emuientl wise one.
Canada's prime minister is now in a statu
of moid aim i-t eipi thug that of the r ir
Tlie ! Ion" ltereptloll.
The x ictinis of tliee receptions are cer
tnnly to Ik- pitied jirof oundl i nougti A
oung girl vt ho is not ct out ensconced
herself Mund some inrtaiiis nt the back
of 5Iits Fortes. tie nt a reception given tin
ac'n-ss in Xcw York recent! . and counted
set cut -one times that in one form or
another a puest fcuid "I nm so happr to
uioct irsouHv one to whom I owc-o1
inucli pleasure, ' .ilwats to lie answered j
"Thinks, so kind'" llie counting was
stopjied not br a change In the dmhiue
lint In the runowil of the )ouus lady I
This lTiniuds one of the remark of .Mini
Dutaut (Jrctille, who alter one of tin
receptions piten her hcre.saidth.it 40b'
peopli tame up to her in turn to ki I
jui o glad to mitt jira and that just n. j
the List arrived the lirst xvas read totaki
leaf bv sa1ng I am so glad to hat e '
met ou. ' so tint HK) times she beard tin. ,
two phrases Few tilings tan be more
tlM, stale and unprofitable than tins sort
o! meeting jK-ople but it is a recognized
part of the social routine It must, how
evi r, consume a great deal of inerg, and
th?re Is a gram of truth In thocuicaI
oliserTntion of a club man who last win
It excused hmi-clf for not attending a
leccption bt declaring tliatbj the time a
stlebnt t. as so far along ns to be tt llhug
to be formally "nut," he was so far
toward the txhauMIon of his potters as to
lui e cci-ed to be vt orth meeting Arlo
Bates in Providence Journal
A t-ouipauy lias been funned withsli.-.
000,000 capital, to piic natural f. is fnmi I
th- Kindla) fields to Cinclutiate. 'I he com 1
pan) has leased larce tracts of lands near
Kindla) and secured the Kari; well, with a
da 1) output of twelve million cubic feet. I
JIr Manna Brent UinKhamtoii. X. Y , I
dyftpj ,er aged huband and eloped with j
a man named Cloierdale, who left a dying
wife ai.d five children. j
does not refer ossihIe purchasers to lux
vmiuis. The Athlophoros Co gladly re
fers sufferers from rheumatism, neuralgia,
stiatna, nervous or sick lieadiche, kidney
and iiv er conipliints io those ho hae brtn
currti ot thesediscases by thlophons. and
will furiiisli n lines and addresses of mint
tuih prrson-to those desiring them tli
lophoros is the only reincdt for these dis
eases that can stand mkIi a ti-t.
.1 Z uhison, Druggist, I omlon, Ohio,
sav 'Athlopliiroshashi Ih-I sattolant
rheumatic nitditiue 1 etirsold I do not
hmlito in rtsMinuieniling it lor rhi unia
u-ni in ttirt instiiuv, as I h lie witnessed
nunt wonderful cures from Us u-e 1 tvuld
mil 1-egin to recollitt the niant dillertnt
litres it has nude, but had 1 known I
ttiiiild ettr le asked that question I could
hategittn iltundrulnainisiit It tst I t-m
renitinUr i few names Hit he t it t that wire
lidlt alllinnl and onethtir mix. to thln
plum's, among them lieiug T J Houston
!rs.V 11 ( MtxVit, Mix MinhiT.il
i.et, John Mitthell. HolKrt D Miutli uid
M 51 liioiiias The-e it all will kn. in
itiztns mil will coulirni all 1 savifvoii
will c-ill on tin i.i ' During thistx.ntti a
i n Mr T .1 I loui"ii liipHiitsl in me
.tore I ion ! ing'uisii'iii il lief ml I
hate Ihmi sulitti to rhe iiiiili-iu I T t n
ti irs 1 IioMilisldewnhi rettilhlli i-s.i-inceof
tot-uies,inillMi.lil tut hr-tU.m
if Athlophoms In to h ii - m. r 1 hi'.
he lir-t tlo-e I t-im-li.il k i-im to - iv I
lij.l no fiirtlur Use for the (-mi's I i m
hit time I grew I Itir fter ir-ingthrt.
ho-tlis win. h is four months igo, I Intt
Htnfne from rlieuniitisin 5I wift Ii i
ilsousetl it tor miinlgn list Ihii wiih le r
tj- wo .derful It removed th-ptin ilmost
Every druggist -luuld keep thlophoros
in i Vllilophoros l'llU, Iitt nlitretlut i i i
lot lie bmjlit ol the druggi-t tin Vt! I
photos to. Hi WallM t .rl t.,1
-en I tithir (i-arr ige paid m ruti) I .
a-giltr price, vtlinh ns.o jnr loiih
m- ithlophoros an I " W lor I'lll-
I'or Ins r mil Lidriet ilt-iase Ilf:.- n
t e.tl 1 1 ite-iknes- nen hi. il tnuM m .
of won li -on-ipslloi e lii hi i .ur
tAK-1, At tlhlol.tion IMI ST, im ilia ist
1 here ts no one article in the line of med
icines that gives so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella
onna Backache Plasters. 47r
II stress A tier Katlng
This result of indigestion will no longer
lie experiented if .Mminon- Liver Kegu
latoris taken all reach meal It is sudi a
gtHHl tligester. and vi mild and pltasant in
its t tux t, that it is in it b m in, after a
heart meal, to Insuregood digestion The
llcgtilator dots not nauseate or irritate the
stomal h, but corrects ncnllt, tlllt Is foul
gassts. nllits irritation, and assets the
stoni idi in its digestion.
If the siinrem l-'roiu Consumption,
Nmfula. and gem nl tl. hiliti will tr
Null's Luuilsum ot Aure Cod I.lttrOII.
with hvMiphosphItes, the will timl imme
diate relief and a iieiinaneut benelit. Dr.
II V .Morr, llritvvmal, Cal . writes- "1
Ii tie Used Volt's KmuWoti with gleat ad
vantage in easts of phthisis, vmfult audi
uastiug ill-eases gtnerall It isterpil-
Atlvtre to alolhen. j
Mrs. Wlnslow's sxiothitig t-Tiip, forchll-
dreu teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
ears with nei er-f ailing success b millions ,
of mothers for their children. During the
process ol teethiug its value is incalculable. I
It relleies the child from pain, cures dsen-,
ter aud diarrhcea, griping In the bowels
and wind colic By giving health to the
ehlld It reststhp mother Prlee 25c a bottle. I
A KlMiand CiMMils Dim. Hei. A. i
ltarlier, superanuate meinlier of bt Louis I
Conf. 51 E chtmlu writes from Morau. ,
Kansas "This recommtiidatioii Is written
without solicitation from aiioue, but lowe
it to those similar! afflicted to sa that b
the Use of the Miaker Extract of Knots
iMegel's btnip) I was cureil of an ob-tl-nate
and almost fatal indigestion both
sti math and llvtt being completels torpid.
I was redced to u living skeletoi Fnend,
faiml and phslcian had given me up 1
was keeping the spark of life alive with a
diet of raw tggs and milk. Vow both
stomach and liter are ierformIiig their
functions. I hateinanv frit nils in Western
Ohio. E. Iowa and b W. ilo. who would
like to know this."
Tin lloxt st Sn iki it, although hedoes
not Iniist of his punti.alwas makes gtMMls
that can be relied uniii, for instance, Iils
Shaker Extraitof limits (Siegel's fenip) Is
real! a i. tillable article. It is not recoin
nit ntleii as a cure-all, but as a rtiuedi for
one single disease, viz: Indigestion, in
whit Ii dlst'ase it works like a chirm
"rVvv Oft that are fret ful. peevish,
JLJV.VXJX.VJ3 cms. or troubltsd with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can lie relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Souther.
It contains no Opium or ilnrphine,
hence is safe. Price 3 ct nts. bold bv
Frank II. Coblentz. iiirner Market and
A bind ot regulators in Crawford count.
Indiana, known xs the "White Cais," are
taking men from their beds at night and
whipping them with hickor withes fir
pruiiheuness ami anuse tu meir wives.
Ill TII.CKIC. Colt. II can be -o
1 in kit Hired b sluloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. for sale b 1'. A. (iarwood.
Ct'iigresinin Cox is out ot dinger.
Can coiisumptlon Ik- cured.' Yes. One
mm mill, discovered the laws of gravita
tion One man onl), discoveied the virtue
id vateiintloii nd one man after ears
ot stud) and reflection, has discovered the
cure "for eonsuinpiion. Dr Pierce's
"(iiililen Medical Discover" Ix its ;y-
send two letter stamps ami get Dr. Pierce's
paiuphltt treatise on consumption. Ad
dress. World's Dispells tr) 5Ietlp.il Associ
ation, llutlalo. New ork.
'Hie government loses a linlllon-doll tr
suit against the Nnithcrn Panlii.
. (.Vnvil c Blond Elixir Is the only
v-xs,v'x " Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcere, Erup
tionsorSyphihtic Poisoning. It purifies the
vcholo system, and b&nislies all Hhenmatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it
Frank II Cob entz, corner Market aud
Two Cennan spies, endeavoring to bribe
soldiers to procure them one of the new,
French rifles, were captured at Evons.
riMxii- Hup Wxxihi - Thousands
of shop girls and -ales wonieii who siilfer
front weak bats and side ache to appl) a
Hull I'luili) and note the immediate re
lict Mri-ngtheiis and braces up the weak
link puts s,,, c(.rv.wbere -.-.
&i Icrrell, a bird character, has been ar
r-sted and it-turned to Poiueiov, O , as the
sisjiettnl muriliri'r of Phelps
CATVIIKHCI'IIED. health and swiet
bx-ath s( cured, b) bhiloh's Catarrh Uenie
d) Prl-e Ml c cuts Nasal Injection free.
For sale Ii) F A. (Jantood.
(loschtn states England's polit) regtrd
nig Utile till is not to be drawn into con
flict mi In r acc-otiul
WILLUH s Flti; with l))spepsii
and Lit tr Couipl nut" Nnloh's Yitalizir
is gua autitsl to t ure ou For sale bv F
A da wood
It is iiiiiinleil that lurpie will be with
draw ii as a c andid ite for 1 luted Males s n-1
atur iii.liuliai a and Judge Niblack sub-ti
"VT . ,-s vv Of the good things of this
v vvxvi life are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia Acker's
Dyspepsir Tablets xvill cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by
Fnnk II Coblent?. corner Market and
Mitrtyu'K Commercial College,
313 Sixth street, Washington. V. C, pro
Tides nraetii-allv u-eful bush e .s education.
Notennsnor vacations. Stuuetits enter at '
an) time. Terms: Life scholarship, S:
1j weeks' course, board, Ac., $15. Send
Ni:W .OHK MllPl'IMr. ?
NOTES ON THE COMMERCIAL MAG
NIFICENCE OF THE METROPOLIS.
Steaion- Ilrltlng Out Sailing Craft
lllit New XoiKHhs limits lleen tlur
hlef srnpoit Trior to lxno Matt jon
I sec that alwnt fl.OOO foreign te-sels nr
nvtsl at the jxirt of New ork list iur
The total numlierof foreign nuil domestic
vessels that armed lure in 1-eMi is esti
mitcslnt .10000 'lho lit brew prophet,
Lzekitl bn ks Into teri'd ilotpicnce in
celebrating the commercial splendor of the
gn it t inpormiu of S.500 eiir ago Tre,
with its niiiltitude of ships nuil its trallu
in gold purple and itor the wine of
HellHin silvir, cassia, white wool and
pn nous sto , but what vtas It re,
though il was ,i ' nu reliant of the jieople
for in tut isles, iiud ti-ided Aith Jtidih
and the I mil of Isr.it 1, rabui hhtlta .itul
the primes of Ktsl ir, coinpsri I to this
lion- n help of the western vvoild Now
Ilit lit r (sinies the gold of Kuropc, the
ii'i iiji eotlee mil precious gimis of the
onent the uttnr of rose- from l'iuke tho
jirttio is siones of fin olf mines, the fruits
ot --icilv li.unc .ml -,,1.1111 fit ru Ii silks
of Lions, the wines id Bonltinix the llut
linen of Iklfast, the iMiiaua-, (otoanuls,
onmges and s.ignr of the ist Indies, the
tin of Cornwall mil Mnlscia, the tia, cas
nt and camphor of M irio Polo's 'Far
( Uhii 'the spices of Zanzibar anil Cc
lou and in ,i it onl nllUierith products
of the earth iiil the come, for the most
pirl in gre-it steimers, (-umpired to
winch the ships of sjni and Plnrnlcia
would s-iii little ltrg.r tn.m theordiuar
lighter in the liniUti f '.tw ork
I xnn: mi.Hi.x, ti vrs
In l's-T, so ne d.Oift tt-ssils carring a
foreign tlig. came to New York The
nuutlier his ilit reast-a sinte then li-cause
stetiners ec driitng mt sailing irnft, and
one vovagc of agood izislsn-.uneriseual ,
to lnlf a dozen oi more of the average j
Killing te-sel Mo.i of the tt-sscls Raving
litre for fonigu p nts go to (Ire it Brit tin, I
(., rM.'Ui I'nmct, ItJ and the West I
Indies, though in mv pi to remote parti in !
Asm and Unci Most of the ves-els iu I
the foreign tride art owned abroad For
several eirs nl Amiric.m cralt Kirricil ,
gram to foreign marts Vineri(nii vessels
take isiiisidenlile iietrolium to various
parts of the world but there is this disad I
vantage in tint branch of traflf, that a '
xessil once given up to the petroleum trade
Is never theri ifter suitable for anv other
New lork has altv iys been the chief J
seaport of the I nitesl -t ttes, owing to it
maguitlccnt barlsir and to tho fact that ,
t'ie Hudson river penetrates to u near
ruige of niomit.iins without falls, rapids
or other ob-,tructious to nniuatlon I'nor j
to lbOO. ti-sxls went to Kurolw nt no.
stated time, as there were no reguhr
'"and"! hevtiledr onlV w hen" the)'' had !
reil a caig-. Pis-ngcrs were thus
often obliged io wait lunu weeks for
ship to sail 1 he discomforts of a pas ,
sage to and from England were almost
unendurable Or .loin-on, ine iamous
English mor.ilist and lexicographer, des
cule-il a -hip as worse th in a prison Ik- j
lause tht accoinmod Hums were esiuall)
uns,ttisf.ietory, nolle theic- was the nihil
tiousl danger of U-ing slnpw recked, or
drowned U the beginning of the pros
cnt ctntur the usual size of u beavtorthv
ship was about tlvat of the Eric canal I
boat of to-da, that Is, from 100 to IV) .
tons A tessel of .UKI tous was considered
a marine monster The passenger ou the
ocean in the early part of luo eenturj
inorcoicr, ran a risk unknown at the pres
ent day, naiinlt the danger of capture
by pirate-, though this etil nas then
diug out Pirate however, was not
complctel suppressed in the north Atlan
tic until the secon I quarter ot the present
ccntur, and the pas-enger on the call i
American vessels tn the ilas of Ad.uns,
Jefferson nuil -Madiso-i might sto nn
ominous craft lHiarmg down upon his ship, I
run up the black Hag and compel the
peaceable trader to surrendtr.
HKsT DxXS o sTtAMtR3
The steamers lieg-. . to come to N'ow
Y'ork alwnt Ibid 1). Dioaisiux Itrd
ner, an eminent Ku;jli'i scicitist, liad
demonstrated to tho b. tisfaction of tlie
multitade the alsoliite impossibility of c I
s'.eai.ter crosiur t u Atlantic on tne ns
cuuiption that no tesst 1 coul 1 cairy co.il '
enough for the trip In th llrst da8 of i
the rtein-crs i took nbont three weeks to j
cros3 to Iyonuon, in lb-V) the tune was
tlftecn ihis, by IMjO it had been reduced I
to thirteen iys, no, tlic trip is some
times uado iu a little less than teven
clays Tho c.irly Collins and Cunard
ateainerj vrerc from '-,Wi to S.JJ tons iu
sue, now tho steamers plyin-r between
hero an 1 Llicrpool rre from ti OuO to 7,000
tons ca;iac.ty, and they ere twice .13 long I
in iro;ortuiu to tieir widt'i t-s fjrmerl
Tiiev are. the giehsi.iudo of the ocein
The diyi of Lji old packets and dip-
pe-rs) tvttC toe iiauto.i iniius ui .vinericuu i
shipping Tlic old timo aiptain xvas rn
autocrat Hevastho absolute master of
h.s xl'.s,1 ml of every man on lio.inl of
her ilo Oiten received a fsilarv of f ,000
n eur, v.inch v. ik, a very lnndsome
einolumcit in those tlai say from 1S10
to 18oj Eail lho captiitu xvcro neutrally
xvcalthy The captilai of the prcat lax
crpool pisfc-nger ttcamcra now receive
only 02,OUt) a year, aud those Pi command
of the ticriua l steoinerjiinlv Ql.SOui The
old clipper ships were tho especial pride
of Americans The stately ships, how
ever, that once traded with l.i.enaiol.
Havre, Canton and a hundred othr jsirts
have lunl to pleura to that ivonderiu. i
creation of human mgenuit), tho I lodem
steamer, and the clay D not far distant
when the bailing craft will be a stranger
to the hlfjo sea3 New York Cor Kansas
i:mpress IZngenle'a T-earls.
There was a new opera and a new neck
late for the fxshiouablo people to see this
week. The triumphant article was the
famous string of inarls which liad once
belonged to the Empress Eugenie and
leeii worn by her in the il.i)s of the
French monarch) Even m these days of
rot al glitter in Paris this jeweled thing
shone so bright!) as to dazzle beholders
ace ustomed to luvish adornments It eon
sists of J4U Oriental pearls, set in a golden '
chain, aud It was i.ilued then nt about
$l.V,O0O Xapoleon s widow put tt into ,
a safe dt posit vault iu Paris on her retire- '
meut to Chi-elhurst, and there it la) until
the recent sale of her useless effects
William K Vant'erbllt und las w lie tv ere
in the French capital and the) purchased I
it at SISOUOO 'Ihev bought other things '
from the Eugenie collection mostlv
'lou-ehold tmbeiliohinents and the-e will j
be disclosed ut next v.ieks reois.ning of
.he lift a uveiiue rcsidenc-e But 5Irs
Willie audeibilt put on the necklace for '
he ojiera New York Cor t lucago Tri
TV ax 1 igurea lor 31m-eiiins.
A curious business is that of the artists
who get up wax figures for the museums,
and those leuutrfcable vouug women who I
smile suavely at ns from the windows of
Eur stores am". beauttf)ing luzars The
uiaktr or wax Ugu res must be something
of a sculptor if he ein-cts to be at all suc
cessful in his profession 1 he figures are
molded out of da) first with the hands,
and nfteiwanl with the wooden modeling
eiwon After tho figure is constructed j
the face and hands and such parts of the '
body as are to lie exposed are covered
with a thin coating of flesh colored wax
'I he face is made up very much the same
as an artistic doll would be, only more
pains being, of course, taken to give the
features a prrper expression. N'ew York
Amusement In the Northwest.
"The) have peculiar ttimiscments up in
Montana and Dakota this winter,' said a
man in a fur overcoat at the Palmer
house. ' One of the neve-t wrinkles is
what the) call n hard times ball The
people who attend these entertainments
dress them-eltes up 111 raj and pay nine
teen cents for admission to the hall. The
supper consists of 'scraps' (dried pork or
jerked beef), for which the feeder Is taxed
fourteen cents The fiddler is dressed in
rags, the hall is lighted with candles, and
small x egetables nre used for cor-age bou
quets and boutonnieres. These are hard
times balls, indeed, but the people seem
to enjoy themselves hugely. Chicago
Warners SAFE Cure
Sold, to Dec. 27, 1886.
NO OTHER REMEDY IN THE WORLD CAN PRODUCE
SUCH A RECORD.
'Ibis wiindt-rful success of Winn i s Sn ( ure' is due whollv to the reil merit of
the lleineil For a long tun it has b-en IM.i. VUUHI in I HE IIK-IIE-i I MHI'
( VI. ACT llOltn H-s VS rill. OSI M'KCIFIC loll KIUNEV. I 1 HI VMI
riUVi: DlSEAbhs VNDl'KMVEr CilllPI. VI I s
1 linns uids of psmle ove their lite nil In-tlth to Wtrner's Mi y t ure" mil we
em pnsliii-e n I nil IKsl IMuSI VL-i to tint i Ifis t.
lead th- folio ling in I note th lirge n
these nguresto beenrrtvt, i- o ir site, bsiks
HEO F KlDf.FWAY Cs Muil- n -tn. t. '
Cleveland. O i w is Usui itli pun in,
the neighbisii s-l .1 ie stouiich fnl )
lowed b great dillu un t witli urinar or
galls, intense pain ill the top of the lit ad,
producing temporal blindness and un
c niw iniisiiess He was for two links
111 bed in a semi paralized cniuliti in His
doctors said it was caused b tleiangtsl 1
stomath Out da) in the stmt litgin to.
stagger and bti line tot ill) blind again
T hte attacks sin eeedetl each orui r fre-1
ipientlt. Hftsiiitllldtsl tint lie wis suf.j
lenng from urn ami poisoning, but afttr
using a dozen Imttle- of Warner's MH j
(ure sa)s. have never hid a da) s
trouble sinieaiid hive full) re.overc.1 111 I
health." and that was time )t-.ns ago I
HIED .MFIIMI'ICT (t.rocr. '.s Hm
street, Cincinnati. O 1 three ears ago
was nervous had no apistite was run
tlovv 11 gtnerall dot onl) leiniKirir) re
lief Iri-in Ids tloctois. but a fi w Imltlt-s of
Warners Mn Cure tntirelt tin ve out
bis p un- and sickness
PflRTI ANfl NIF 4-4-1 1 H fl
I Mil Willi, IIIL., TTI,IUU.
i- (i I!VILE Ho south ih street. Ci -lumbiis.
O I. file eirs ago was seizeii
with vertigo Was ver) nervous h id
bladder disorder and kulnev trouble and
bleeding piles Four jeais ago he tmik
eighteen bottles of Wirrtr'sMH- (ure
and Warners sn Pill, and he -i)-"1
hive not hud a pain sime
C. W. FKOM5I (Cltteland. O 1. tortwelit
urs tins troubli-il w ith distii-vsuiir head '
aches and deranged liter. Nothing but
morpiune iiijettiHi iimitriue -hiiiouni
ijuiet his pam He ti-ed adocn Uittles
of Warner's S vi I Cure, and b VI v Pills, j
three ) ears ago and has never had an)
return of his sjmptoiii-.
NEW YORK STSTE, 3,870,773.
V5K TOUil KKlE.Vl). AM) VIlf.IlKOKs ABOUT
WARNER'S SAFE CURE.
The Most POPULAR REMEDY Ever Discovered.
V II IJICIIAKDS lis! Elm street. Tole
do. O I. in 1SS1 was coiupletel) mil down I
with liver ttoubit. hid no appetite Inst
flesh, food did not digest, was troubled
with drowsiness After using i dozen
bottles of Warner's Sxn Cure, he sits
he "was wondertull) improvtil, aud all
unpleasant sj (upturns were remoied.'
lOsEIMI II. rilOUN TON (Cincin
nati. O ) ill lss reK)rted that his daugh
ter was vtr) much pro-lrated, had palpi
tation of the hi ait. Intense pain In the
head, utrtous di-ordi r anil catarrh of the
bladder. bhe lost tiTti-lue ikiuiiiIs
Other remedies failing, the) began the
use of Warner's Sin Cure, bn Pills
and Sin Nernne. and within three
months -he had gained lift) iiounds iu
weight and was restored to good heath
That was three years ago. aud she Is still
in as good health as eier in her life. Col.
1 hointon, himself, was cured ot chronic
diarrhiea of elghtnn ) ears standing. In
lssl, b) Warner's S xvi. Cure.
BAL Jl, SJ1TE, G33.15B.
JIBb C B DICKINSON' 5r. Locu-t
street Newark, O I )n before mintage
she never knew whatasu-k dav was
After her hrt child was born she suffered
ever)thlng known to vvomitt, and foi
eight ears was a miserable patient Her
case w as indescribable. No tloctor eoulil
benefit lit r. After t iking ten bottles of
Warner's Svri Cm e she wrote "I feel
SOUTHERN STATES. 3,534,817.
F V. K.MLEIt (Iiw)er, Toledo. O I, af
ttr suffering Hgon) trom gravel and cal
culus, made a rapid recover) under the
Alteration of Warnei's mh Cure
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tbt Greatest Medical Tnnnpii of tie Agt!
SYMPTOMS OF A
r.oaofappetltcf DoweUcoitlve, lalala
tho beat, with m doll senamtlon in tht
back aw. Ialn under the ahottlder
Lladef Fullness after eating;, with a die
Inclination to exertion or body or mind.
Irritability eftetnper Low spirits wltb
a fceliti jof nnvlnv neglected some dir,
Weariness. Dizziness, Flntterint; at ths
Heart. Dots before tbe eyes, Ileadachs
Ter the right eye. Restlessness, with
Btfal dreams, Hlsblr colored Urine and
TOTTS riL.1.8 are especially adapted
to tnen eases, one doso effects such a
Tier Inrremie tbe Appettto.snJ cause the
body to Take nu KUsll. thus tlie yitrm 11
noarlebcft, and bytblrTonlc Action oo
prodois-iL Price . ttlaTTmy U. Jf.V.
TUTT'S EXTRACT SAH3AFARILLA
Ke-nOTated tlie o&iy, makes heathy tlesb
streQjjtiienA tho wealr repairs the na-st of
the sjstvm with pure blxxxl and liard miucl
tones the DTToas Bjs'sem, iaTi?oratc tbe
brain, ant' nparta the nor of manhood
QfTPirp if "turras-JIt iW VArti
CIVII , JtrXllAMCAl. AMI Vtl.XIM, K.V
C.lNKKKISC.lit the Iteniuelnrr Polytech
nic Institute, Troy, N. V. The oldest engl
neerine school in Anurlca Next term begins
Septeniberl5th The Keicister for lsso contains
a list of the graduates tor the past 61 years,
with their positions also course of study, re
quirements, expenses, etc Candidates from
a distance, or those Ilv ln;r in distant states, by
special examinations at their homes, or at
such schools as they may be attendli it. may
determine the question ot admission without
vIslttneTroy. For register and full Inform
tlinaddreji OavtP.vi.Oatsy. Director
nil ier or Ii itlles distribute I V gnrantee
will pr ve.
W II UlIOHlsi dismast (,a) strict Co
liiiubus, o 1 six )ears ago was troubled
with plantation and neiiri , 1 of the
heart (iiiiuned to the I. i-e three
months Dm tors tisited liliu l.irtt times
a dav II id pun 111 the back across the
kiilne)s. Horrible ih-p-it lie tried
ettrv thing and all sorts of doctors One
bed in the attempt to cure him' I i.der
tlie oieritiiiii of twentj two liottles of
arner's s vi i ( ure he g iineil fort) four
pound-, and afttr using nftv butties he
sa)s. I f(el like a new man I believe
it is a (iiHlstnd" He giiueil sevent)
f II VUI h W KIN(. iMiniging Miuiui
.sum. t it t I mil, O 1 used arm r's sm
Cure in his tauiilt witli mh h suitt4s th it
he would not be without it
Mil's II -s WIII.IVM-s ,(i. west sthl
street, ( me Iniuti O 1 atll deil with coin
plltatid troubles, malaiii. biliousness ,
liver, kitl-ie) and bladder atll U1011-, was
told b) her pli) sic un that shcimlil not
ImcuusI --he then beg-in to u-e Warn
crsNvti- Cuie aud 111 four weeks was
eii'irel) restortsl to health
I VltOI IM- P.H.L (Hopkiiistille. Kv t
sutfertsl for tvvtlte ears frmn ovatiau
tumor Vfler a thorough course of treat
intut with W irnei's stn ( ure, shea)s
' I am tlie p ctiire of health "
J. on WILSON (Prop (,reen House, Tee J
leilo. 0 I, had tnlargeil liter and conges
tion of the kldne)s. of a seiere t)pe. and
piinsinthe joints After having u-ctl
i ight bottles of Warner's s,tn Cure, was
BflL. B. W. STATES, 1,767,149.
.9I2.IST. LDDIS. - -1,530,527.
J M I.ONl. i Druggist. Cinciiimti. O i
was taken sick with w hat the doctors
called and In believed was coiisumptlon
He spat about a gallon a da), bis lower
limb-mere swollen with drops) and water
oozed out of his leg-. He was unable to
hold an) thing in his stomach. Was rnui-l-ellcd
to sit in a ch tir. would throw up
ever) thing that he ate. All the dm tors
said it was iniiossible for linn to live
Vfter a thorough course of treatment with
Warner's mh- Curehcsa)s, Toda) I
am a well mm "
KANSAS CITY, - 717,
W 51 Kill HI (Da)ton. O , Journal).
passed a stone as lirge as a pea nut, un
der theotieratlou of Warner's b it t Cure.
anil his since hid no indication of the
BAL. S. W. STATES, 746,788.
CIEVS srOl'TiiTl south 5Iarket street,
sipringfield. O . for ears could not sleep;
felt languid tired nu appetite; urinar)
. troubles, given up hope Vfter Using a
dozen bottles of Warner's Svh Cure, he
s.i)s. "1 am as well as I ever was "
SAIi FRANCISCO, -1,242,346.
Mils. LOUSE DiMO(l (Cleveland. O.i
va-a continued Invalid from her eigh
teenth) ear with kldne) and liver trouble-,
and for a long time vtas conhned to bed
three wet ks out of four. Her face was
covered with eruptions, compelling her to
wear a veil Her stomach gave out and
she suffocated for air Her right kidne)
was displaced. Vfter using hft-two
liottles of Warner's Mh- Cure, she sajs,
"I am well
Bl. PACiFIC CGAST, 732,1.
y nerrect suostituta tor Motnere
livftlubla In cholera Infantum
end TeethlnE, A pre-dlgeeted food for Dysr
peptlcsf Consumptives, Convalescents.
r-enrcb nuirwni in mu WB.tinK uiseases.
Kequlree no cooklnn Our Hoot. The Care
end FoedlnEOf Infarts. mailed free.
DOUBEB. OOODAI-a L. CO . Boston. Stui.
CI.Altl HON r
COLON V I
COLON V I
COLON V !
Anew Houiettiy lsds; in the last 6 years. Oaf
vuiave, only XI ntotill old. Las atorea. : botcla, I
2 churches, acbool. itwavsiper, factory, fouinlrr. 4 !
ateamboaia,2 trainband Small. daUtr Ijinurapidly
advaucin? spi.j, send aend hj atll ntraioa. -eod
fur circulars wilb 4 inapa.S. luoloprapblc cuta of
houacs all ab03t (hesionderful erowth ot our cot. ,
ony.lla sull.cliniate markets business tpportunlllce. i
hfallli, prit-tH lmis. auduftotbvr dltUnct aibjecta. j
Farms lor I5t ot monthly lD.talluiecta to tbost I
bavltiKenittoyn!tnt lib.ut leavini; tbelrsituaUon
Address J. t . vi AN t MA.ClartEoaL3urry Co ,r
t 1U1 Jl i- rt
Cf3 SJ2- " l" r..s ic.
Sal ra..i .,,. ,"'' flJ:,'
IE-it!a!Ci a ' i ai.rjM
Cln'unaU.rCT-" A" ', ,
SkOilo.S r I ra.
DTT led lnstantreliel. Final cure in ten
riliiOs days, and never returns. No purse
no salve, no suppository. Sufferers will learn
of a ilmnle remedy Free, by addrenlnK C.J.
Vt VSON.78 Nsaasu tt . N. T
ASBESTOS CEMENT FELTING,
ASBESTOS AIR CHAMBER,
ASBESTOS LOCOMOTIVE LAGCING.
AaBESTOS LINING FLLT, ETC
87 MAIDEN LANE,
CHICAD3, FHIUUtrHIA, ICsSCX.
Samples and ll!uslra!:d P2-hl' S'eam Savi
LETJTHIS ADVERTISEMENT BE YOUR
?F BALMY FIPRID
POOR MANS WltHtiunitu min.ufliiunLixx MV'b .
A chance VSsJHEALTH&PROSPERITY.VV. WljK S.
A Ridn miisWh- 20.000 v W
C'sikDPPORTUfillYfiTl V-fACRES FREE Vv sN
E JJlTW-- A WAV
!- . i llMiripti iuts. t MPMnTl I'll r IH
WITHOUT MONEY and WITHOUT PRICE
90 000 in -I to 40-Acre Tracts I Every Word of thin advertise- W Al I
""lUM I . . ,. mentis important. Don't miss f I 111
ACSESJALL FREEI'it. PBOFITBYIT. It is for UU
We drtiiv t lmpr9 tliat t 'H announre
mnt inrin-i exact y wl.Jil niyt thittery
appllcint nn ecur ikmii inn ittt t
ii a cot. tm iHr lp n t ot tht abtnc rthK
H.rt ol alu'il'lr I-IoiftU prirti . trick'
No JucaHnffof wir It mtMnt artly that
nothlucless nottitni; mort
Howlo Secnre Freo Land.
WehaTejunt iMUrd a AUm iew of St
Andrew Hty tii In col .r from Ini h may
beohtiluefl a xt'r.irreet ideiof the extreme
ly ferable and beHUtlful Joe ittnu of our rnp
erty In order t defray at Ie.i.t a portion of
the Terr lan: cot of idTertf'.n we will
chamej cents for mallini; thl-f picture toap
pllcanti With the picture will be sent a
Fre a Land "Warrant
In a eiled envelope I pon its receipt v m
will open the envelope, sikh vour nme In full
on the proper hlink. so thit a arranty Iee.l
can be rrnde in our name and return th
time to u deM for the piece ofland ealleti
for by the tree I-and Warrant will belmmedi
ately executed In your mine V. charge of
iny tind will be imdefor the Free Land War
nnt the property will be absolutely tree
If your application is received after 11 the
lands ire rt tMMrSed k'Tu HI be o notified .and
te Ztc you enU lor the House Tlans be re
turned to you
TO BE READ Iff CONNECTION WITH ABOVE.
With a broader b-istness policy than has
characterised any other southern corporation
we hxvestetdily appreciated the reUtlre value
ofland and people Me sre holdini; lr our
own prolt certain lands to he sold Inthefu
lure the btlance is offered HUE V A IK to
all who apply in time
A little more Cian oney irasithe-ii n
drew's Hay K. R -iml Itad Oo acquired cou
trol of upwant of aoo.ooo acres of the most
desirable lands n thestat'of 1 lorlda sltua
ted croand about the beautlfnl Dxyof -t An
dretvs. on the southwest i,L!t cntst Ifefore
the vvtr the town knnwnasst Andrew l!a
was the home "f many realthy i-enple. who
had sought the shores of the liexutiful bixs
a location where eould be found in thetrhhrh
ett perfection the peculiar delights of a t lor
Ida home Imrinc the war the town was bom
b-rded byafedertl net and nexrly swept out
of existence The Inhabitants tied -tbtndon
Ini: their shattered homes to the trchaid
pillage of the en, my and not until ah ut ten
earsai:oas tlwre any attempt made to re
oceupv the town This ''ompany beran active
operations a little more thin a year aim 'inee
th it time there has beeu the most rem irR)le
boom' created for St Andrew sBaythxthas
ever been known in the rlovtt-r state. I.xst
winter more than ittiTlsitors from all parts
of tbe country reached that point in ipi-st of
H o Ida homes Iluslness and dwelllni; houses
have been erected by tbe hiinlrel property
TAVC: AH txxes have been paid on
I ftAt' theseltnds up to Vlxrch lss"
and this Company will piv them ninlii it tint
dtteto December. K-- hothonitsown lands
nnd those disposed of under this tireat Free
f"M I A D A MTV We will buyanypron
VjvJrtrxrtlXll T ertydispos-d of under
thisdreat Free Land Offer, tint is substan
tlally Improted durlnc the neit two years. and
pt) at the rate of Sin per acre with the cost of
the biiildlnir iniprovements ad ted By that
time property will lie worth 5 ) per acre
Those who have done business with us Ir
one day the following list of applicants se
cured Oran-'e t,rove Tracts, ransnu in slz
from 2VJ to to acres etch p ice in so t news
pipers costs too much to Rivet list of all w o
have received free p'operty at our hands.
Kach one of the following 1'st can testify if he
ts sodtsposed.tothe absolute fdelityof our
VI. Mefaun Tyrone. Pi
V. X Kinsloe Lockhaven, Pa
Palem Ilill.schenlev Pi
E B Knowles ltntdfird. Pa
T Vfu'phv lluntinaton. M V-t
J II Bxxtrcsser Vliddlefn.Pj
IV L Colvln Beatrice Neb
Frank A snell. Ansonix.tt
V Jarrett. Hutchinson. Ulna
I ewls Brlndle. Itrobe. Pa
Flmlri Kepple, Iitnte. Pi
.1 W Mtt'oach.sinta le N VI
.1 A fiavis Pierce City. Mn
las It Kowlev Olathe. K tn
nd Knudsen. i.irtleld K-tn
Vm. b Birkelbtrh. shttt Pa
fuses It Knapp. liwyiiedd, Pn
1 I L-Lewarit. HaVtsha. VUnn
Irs. J A Pxvis IIIUsNirj. Ill
iohn f ord llxnna lnd
P Fox. Mt Ca met Pi
F stronu. Gloucester Vlass
lnd snlllt in.
ten VV llivts.
its N" VtcVIillen, Trans eta.
3,th ird. Pittshutr P-i
V 1 littls. Illichl tnd Park. Ill
lob L Vt.irrlson. Anch ce. ky
VI Kenned) Wabtsha Mtnn
V B Havis I-urekasps. Vrk
fas katan. schuyler. Neb
st. t'atlt, Xflntt.
VI .Vijnehan iiiirdou rk
t.eo A (opp Ushers Hill V
VV I Brewtou Cedarl'laln it
Mm C simpon. Uolden. Col
I- K Hiblet shinnstoii VV Va
.11 J lunquest Blrtchani Ala
toe" P Keys I olwich K tu
I no A K rimer BloomsVjr. P
star' e streets
?eo stoven JO Isabel t
C. R. JOHN & CO.
WHOLES U.E AMI RETAIL DElLERt IX
ALL KINDS OF COAL:
Hurd's Shaft and Emma Mine ; Jacloon Coal a Specialty.
Also, best grades of Cannel, Hocking and Anthracite.
OFFICE : Corner Uleclianic nnd Wnsliinstoii Streets.
TEI-EPHONZ NO 254.
111 S. Ltmestoue MSprlnstlelil, O.
TELEUONE 0. 133.
- i and Fire-Proof MalerialV Free by MaiL
FROM THE lM
oo City Bulldin;
VI rrnts tvi'i Le eut to tnyaifdress totie ait
tntiuteii among friends, on r-ceibt of St for
the I'tU n Views tea for sJ fifteen fort.
tetyfrM anil ttten'y nt-efor i Niimore
than twenty file ire deslistl fiom anyone per
s ii .icti.iL- as ageEt for others Heeds will be
maileas Cietluli Agent dlrrctswhen he re
turns the rree l-xnd ICarmrts
utr niLL hk I rR until io jour
own interests and t those dependent on you
If you fall to avail yourself of this great 1 ree
ijtndOtler srcurr jt jr your children
The t Andrew s Bay JUllroad and Land
Company nuntiers among its officers and
stockholders some of the most responsible
an 1 enersetlc men of Florida. Ohio and New
V i rk who are enlisted heart, hand and Dock
efiook In this great enterprise, aud we refer
to two thou, i ml prosperous settlers at M.
Anlreu s Imt now we nwall your pleasure
dlress either our Northern ORIce at Cln
rinniti or ii' Eas e n Office at New ork.
where ail Deeds -ire Issued, as follows
''THEST.IHDBcW'S BW B. B. & UHD Gfl.
i Z2. Vlniit st ,
i No -il liirk Kow,
, NKir lOUH, .
Pemil liy p-ista) note, registered letter.or
bank draft Do not send stamps when it can
set tired at thebeKlnuinK ot the "boom has
Vfn sold from ii. to fin for ordinary Build
itiK Lots tvery "old settler" has realized a
h-mlsome ompetency in disposlDeot a por
tl not his land at fancy prices pocks bate
'ieea erected hotels built and added from
time to time alin'of seven lioats plyreun
txrly between st. Andrew s Hay and other
P .rfs -tud altos-ether the o-jtlin.k promises
that-t Andrew s Itay will In t few years be
come the most Important city of the eulf
i vast It possesses every natural advantage,
a deep bay more thin sixty five miles long
with us vjnous branch- with deep chaanels
totbe outernlf at once the most charmfnz
and in st Useful levdvof water on the coast a
safe htrbor for the fleets of a world Kvery
sneelsof v -ffetaMe fruit and cereal will erow
toperie-tloiun its snlt Itx Uncllmxte: oyv
1 ters in countless mlllions-the best tn the
world rest tn thi uxnds of eihaustless oyster
' beds timber etstly aec ssible and sufficient in
linntity to furnish entires for yetrs to the
entire carrying capacity of a nation s fleet a
'cllmatethst b!h winter and summer is the
absolute perfection of earthly I'ell'ht free
from mxluria hi-li. dry land, and beautifully
located These are xmone ottierood reasons
why t Andrew s Jl ty Is the most desirable
livcation lor 1 1 lorldx home that the state can
offer an 1 why this company has conn tence In
the wlstoin of Its present business policy
Within to years -i A "drew s will be tbe sec
nit l-trvest city In Florida.
OUI IT Ol IX 'reat Free Land
OrlU I V-lJ I UfTerisopentnanybody
eicept those whoare alre-uly locatett and are
nowhvinnat st Andrew'sBay, alto residents
of Pensxeola and Washinitton and Jackson
NO CONDITIONS ISf,
turns associated with this (treat Free Land
Olferwhieh can not be complied with. cu
are not required to move there, or Improve
any w-ty. unless you do so freely and at your
netsodsof imslness No correspondence ha,
atssetl between any of them and this office
xi ept the i e -essary forms of bust less in ap
plying forand receivine free property and the
nan -s are pa'tllseed without consultation,
tnd merely represent the numberw ho received
t irtnee d rote tracts free, at our hands, in one
day s business.
K-tnuas Citj, XIo.
I A .-ulllv-tnt. Met Hotel
.. K MacKuslck.TU Oakst
los Feld. t,ea'l Delivery.
Ihram Sfann. TloPenn St.
.I'm X Allen.TttOakst.
I'm II Bower. 2d i Erie Ave
fas Brown. 717 snsom St.
I P II tines, UV Mxrshall't
V 11 shtpicy. vn Commerce st.
I F 5tockley.374o Markets'.
Troy, .. Y.
Isabel and..e.v R C.illlns. in Fifth bt
F E Uendriek. 1J7 First et
IV E os-ttte ton. IT Third 3t
DR. J. T. MCLJaUvaHLIN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
10(1 West Main St. Telephone 4S.
f pn- nm r
1P"" lOO Orange Grove Tracts or 40 acre
I III I 200 " 20 '
W 400 " IO "
I I I 1 1 80 " 8 "