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GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THUBSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 3 AND 4.
THE MT)1IU tnVIXTIC ICTrtK.
A Drams of Intense Hunitn Interest.
The mwt C inp'cnom Success
ot the Present Srasun.
A great play, grandly acted." New ork
No persoucau afford to miss witnessing Mr
Hryton's performance New Ttork World
Prices ;V.W,iif scats now on sale at
Harris s Cigar More.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1887.
5 SLTEKIOK l'EKFOKYERS
lltan rntlre, ew ami Original lrugvatn.
Matchless lirst Part. Cirri? Superb. Olio,
llrilllant Alteraiece. tirand Polo Clog Tourna
men. Ms End .Men. Mr Cloc Dancer, six
Comedian, six snug and llance Artists, a
score or Splendid ocallsts. liorgeous oon
day street Tirade by our
UNRIVALED MILITARY BAND
Note the Low Trice J
ale at Tierce s Hook
ie. .'. Vc seats on
More without eitra
"Land ot the I!leied. the Equine Eden."
"Walking up the tJolden stairs ' Witness the
bones walk, up the lUIn Into Mack's oiiera
house at .o'clock Monday evening.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
Sprincfield, Six Xlchts ami Two Matinees,
MONDAY EVEMXU, MAM'H 7.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. 2 p. m.
PBOK K. K. CI.OCKr.lt,
ie. horses, ie.
22 Performances in opera home. Pittsburg.
Tft . 2 performances in Anh street opera
hue. Philadelphia. Pa . 40 pirtorruances In
Windsor Theater, ltosti n Mass.
iei uuderstandevcrv ordinary word of the
Lnglish language No trick ponies or cum
bersnme mules, ever horse a pl-ture The
mist manelousaud Inter -sting exhibition ot
the ace, combining all that is wondertul.
anusing and Interesting in animal education
Topular prices admission 25e.-c and 3"c.
Or Black tcprcmy, is a dica.e which in rontiderrd
Incurable, bat It ha yielded to the enrathe proper
tie of Swirr frrrciric now known all ottT the
world as S. h t. 31r ll&Ucr.of Wot Somcrvine.
X!aa near KoMon, was attacked KTcral years aro
with this hideous black eruption, and vac treat ttlbj
the beat medical talent, who could only say that the
disease as a species of
and coofeqnentlr incurable. It is impoible to de
scribe bcr tnffertDCS. Her body from the crown of
tier head t o t he soles of her f e-t was a mus of decay,
masses of flesh rottircroll and leaving prrat cantles
Her Ccscrs fettered and three or four nails dropjied
off at one time. II cr limbs contracted br the fearful
ulceration, and for sercTal years she did not leave
berbed. llcr cichtas rnlucectfromlJStoWlbs.
I'trhaps some faint Idea of her condition can be
rieaniti from the fact that three pounds of Cot-roo
line or ointment were ncd per week in dref sine ner
sore. Finally the Thyician acknowlodred their
defeat by this Black o!f, and commended the scf
f enr to her aILw.,e Creator
Her liu-t-and hearing woadcrfal reports of the cm
of iwina MTcinci S. S), prevailed on her to
try it a a last retort, lbe 1-ean its nee nnder pro
tot, but soon found that her system as be'ng re
1 v-.Mof the ivIon.a the sores anmed a red and
braUby co!o. as though tLe blood as becoming
pure and active Mrs laalley conticned theS Js Js.
until laj-t February; etery sore was healed; shedls
carJcd cbuir and crutches, and was for the firrt time
in tuc!e years a clloman Her hnbani, Mr.
C. Iailey,isin bnnne(at 17-V Utackstonchtreet,
ilo-ti'n, and will take plea f ore in pfn the detail
of thiswonderfnl enre. bend tons for Treatise on
BJorxl ard hkin Di-t-aj-es, mailed free
Tue iswirr frrtanc Co.. drawer 3, Atlanta. Gt-
i Homeopathic Veterinar)
, ipecitict tor
HORSES, CATTIX, SHEEP.
DOCS, HOGS, POULTRY.
'Used ty IT. S. Ocresn't.
Chart on Rollers,
and Book Beat Fre.
HumphrCTs UtL fa, 109 Tulton SL. H. T.
EOKEOPATHIC ff ff
SPECIFIC No. 60
vtJQmn. Ths oclr mx oeesaful resady f o
NarroiS Debility, Vital Weakness,
Far Kdnche. Illllou
JI lid bnt erTcctlrr.
triiOlAi III UUUUUIsTS.
I CURE FITS!
Wbm I itf tmv I m mt mo tntrir to top Un lor
Unm nd Ike hr tbrm rlm kfaim. 1 ibmb &
ieml ci. I mA tlM & tit riTi. CI I
IXTSY r FALUO b!CKtsS Ufa lor t(lT I
vimat mj iind to car ife wort cm. lnc
otter fIW4 ! rna for ftot n rctrlsc
cmr. Sn4 t ooor tor o IrtmiiM ad Pit lUUI ot mj
l&faamoo rtntftlr Gtvo Citm od rtwlOBkA. It cutu yo
r-T'lur t trult tvJ 1 U1 cmrt job.
AUtm V. II. fl LOUT. lrl !? I FU. Kw York.
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
Bttt in th vr 4.
nrm1tl Rohablot Ifc
pnimtrnt b ridtcutoyt
lima , rnn1ii ibe ill rf
frCU orid djM iMvrt
tbeh r toft uid beMHifus
IWaek w Brnvn. Ft
jvlanatoty cfrrnltin toff
t-tjild In rVd rnr
tlonitp this rPr Ko)4
( by exprru
Biynia J Wig trttrji
dOEutlOOiSL. V T Cll
NOW-THETIME TO SPECULATE.
ACTIVK fluctuations in the market offer op
Twirtnntrl to snerulators to make money in
grain, stocks, bonds and petroleum. Prompt
personal attention civen Ut orders received b
wire or mall Correspondence solicited lull
luformatlon about the markets in our book,
which wl'i be forwarded Iree on application.
H. D. KTLE, Banker and Broksr,
jaliroadaod34Keu Streets. New VorkCltf
xprcsscs the feehnc of luiny victims of
iieiimatign, neuralgia, sciatica and ner
ous or sick headache Harinc tried
i.mberless soalleJ remedied, and pliysi
uns of all schools, without relief, there
ecm to le no hoe. M my such hare as
last report tried Athlophoros,and to their
irjirie and jo hive iound that It was a
iff, rnirt and guidt cure. Athluphoros inot
iiexjeriment, thouvaniK have Wen cured
us use and they te-tif as to iu
William Tobinson,ofVish!ncton,C II ,
Mini, sa "I haeh.ul ihronu rheunia
im for thirty j ears, hut Athhiphoros his
mnpletelr cured nic. No w ord- could x
revs what I have endured from rhiumi--in.
I hare had attack that kept me in
iv Ksl for nine months at a time, and ni
une during thirty vuire was I fric from
licumali-ni Mj lmd would swell to al
i st ilouble the pro.r sire. Itut nw I can
ilely say 1 am free from this torture, and
lave het.il for the put two years.
Mrs. W. II. C McCoy, London, O, said
n answer to the question as to htr ue of
Uhlophonw- "r, indecil; 1 have iiscl
i I am in Iotc with Athlo)horos. Itha
lone so much for me. 1 hid suflerel with
h(iimatim for years, until my fitt mid
"cs werclieconiingdistorteil. I Ind iise.1
viinany meduincotliat I w as liecominj; di
couraged Nothing give me jiermancnt re
lief until I used Athlophoros. That is alut
two years ago. Since then I lnvenot hid
my rlieu iiatism. Oh I don't think then
is any niedicinelike Athlophoros for rlieu
matism." "How much did you ue to f
fet t this cure," Mrs. McCoy was asked " I
iiseil three bottles. My son has also used
it with the same good result"
Every druggist should keep Atlilophoro
and Athlophoros PilN, but where they can
uot lie bought of the druggist the Athlo
phoros Co , 112 Wall M., New York, will
ed either (carriage paid) on rertipt ot
regular price, which js $1 00 ier liottli
for thlophoroH nnil Wk for lMls.
For li(r and iidne) dLeaes. dpjipria In
ilixvslion. weakuss. nervous diblllt), uL-i--s
of vomtn. txinsiiiidtiiin headache. Imun
blood, c. Alhlophona lllls are unetjualed 4
MIsM ltnkltifi: ji lorlutie.
Svme one owe nskid John Jacob Astor
aliout the 1 irgest sum of tuoiiev he ever
mi.le at anv one time in bw life He Mild
In replv "The Linjest sum 1 ev or tnissod
makiim vvns in refere:ue to the purthise
of lmi-i.ina in connection with l)e Wilt
Clinton, (louverncur Morns and others.
We intended to purchase all of that prov
ince of the Emperor Napoleon and then
sell it to President Jefferson at the same
price, merely ret.iinmc the public domain.
charging 1 '- lrcent commission on the
pan has? It ft 11 thnm;li, hovuver, for
some trilling cause or other Had thev
succeeded Jlr stor iMim ttttl that ho
should have made alxnit i U) nmHtNl,
Drj (loods Chnmicle.
3lrs. Markay'x Sapphire.
Mrs M.ickav 's latest acquisition in the
line of exquisite guns i a sapphin'of bril
liant hue, not quite the Largest of its kind
ctant. but, nevtrthcles. one of the most
v aluable. Its fornit r possessor, n ltu-ian
prince, whom necessitj drove to n st'imra
tion with the gt in. looked long anil lov
lnglv at it lx-fore consenting to ltt it go.
but the $lil,(X)0vvhich the lmnanza king's
wife ofTentl for the bit of stone lin.illy
overcame his nluct.mce, and the gem is
hers. I'hiLidelphLi Times
FfTectsof I'm iromiient.
Evil environment produces and Termi
nates bad htnditv, nbile pxtl environ
ment tends to its eradication No man is
all bad. The env Ironinent '.rings out and
develops the tendencies in eaih tovvluili
it is magnetic No nform in tLe long nui
can prev ail which din-s not look towanl
the creation of solier and pure and law
abiding sto k. Andov er l!ei leu
A New Cuspidor.
Hrge brass turtle, whose Kick oiiens
when the head is pns.sel with the feet
and makes an nrticlc for men who c-vjk-o-
tonite, Li something new. Chiiago llcr-
Cheap Excursion to Florida.
The N. V. P. A O. railniad (N. Y. I.. E.
S. W. railroad compans lessee) take plea
use in announcing that the proiKise run
ning their low -rate excursions to Florida
during the month of March, at v en low
rates. The first excursion will leav e Tues
day, March 1. then even Tuesdav thereaf
ter during March, v xi: Mtrch. S, 1T. -K- ami
:9. Tickets will be gixnl for return 30
dajs and will be good for stop-over 10
days on going trip south of Cincinnati,
choice of routa outh of Cincinnati being
given. Tickets will be sold to all principal
points in Florida. For rates, tickets and
full particulars, applj to coupon ticket
agt nts on line of the N. Y. P. A. O. rail
road. Martyn's Commercial College,
313 biztli street, Washington. U. C, pro
vides practically useful business educaton.
No terms nor v acations. Students enter at
anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, S-JU;
X2 vv eeks course, board, Ac, 575. rx-nd
A Carii. To all wrho are sulfering from
errors and indiscretions of j outh, nen ous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood.
etc, I will send a recipe that will cure jou.
free of charge. This great reiuedv w as dis-
covered by a missionarj in South America.
Send self-addressed envelope to Kev. Joseph
T. iAman, Station D. New York citj.
Henrv George, who was left $30,000 by
George llutchius, of Ancora, N. Y., for the
dissemination of the economist's writings.
has agreed to settle auilcablv w itli Hutchlns's
heirs w ilhout a contest.
THE DARKEST HOUR.
For a period of four years I've been a
victim of a v en-severe and agonizing case
of Salt Kheutn, which affected mj hands to
uch an extent that tliej almost became a
Mv hand became raw and borrifving.
compelling me to keep' it coveretl all the
I've siient hundreds of dollars for vari
ous preparations, but instead of benehting
ui) condition, tliej all seemetl to stimulate
and encourage the progress or the oi's-r-able
disease, until 1 had about given ip all
Hut tliank heaven, "the darkest hour is
just before daj ," and 1 am r"jolced to know
that a positiv e cure lias been touuu, w men
is known as B. B. IL Botanic Blood Balm.
Mr famllv all rejoice at its magical cur
ative powers in giving me reilef. Mj hand
has been cured and resembles a burnt sur
face after being healed over.more than an-
tlnngelse. It has also cured mj two chil
dren of a loathesome fonn of Itch w hich
had resisted all previous treatment I refer
to anv business house m Moodv anil to
Thomis Pavne, Kruggist of whom I pur
chased the goods. Signed, W. A Bltv VT.
Mood, Texas, Aprlt27, ISsfi.
FLESH SLOUUHIXJ OFF IX PIECES
FortwovearsI have been confinetl o
bed w ltli a loatlisome fonu of Blood Poison,
which had about eaten me up, and I and
others had no hope of a recoverj . For a
a while I could neither walk, sit down nor
lie down, onlj in misery as m llesh seemed
to be falling off my bones in pieces as big
as a hen egg. M apjietite was lost, my
bones ached and pained me, and fnemls
even shunned me. I used v anous blood
purifiers w ilhout benefit and se eral phj -sicians
treated me until large sums of mon
ey had been expended, but not one parti
cle of good did anv one give me.
On the 19th ot reDruarj, lbso. vir. i;. r.
Jackson called to see if 1 was not dead, as
it was thought I could not endure my suf
ferings much longer. He concluded to try
Lit. 15. B. on me and got a bottle from Mr.
Brockington. at Beaufort, h. C. and oe
fore one Itottle had been used 1 commented
gaining strength, ni) appetite improved.
sorts commenced healing and when two
bottles had been usetl I was on ni) feet and
walking around, to the astonishment of
of ever) bod). Mi.s Lvritv II virr.
Witness: Fin-1. IL J xewsov.
Beaufort, S. C. Mav 10, lss.
All who desire full iuifonnatlon about
the above cause and cure of Blood Poisons,
Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers,
Sores. Bheuiaatisiii, Kidney Complaints,
ffttarrh. etc. ean set ure bv mail. free, a
com of our 3 '-page Illustrated Book of
Wonders, tilled Willi the most wonderful
and startling proof ever liefore known.
Address. BLOOD BALM CO..
THE MORMON APOSTLE'S HISTORIC
JOURNEY ACROSS THE ROCKIES.
Veteran l-rniitirman lell How lie
I.4MI tlit- Mormon Chief titer the
Mountain nil Into the I alley .of Salt
John Nelson, the guide who In 18W
piloted Ilnglmm Young acnss the plains
uid over the Itock) moniil.iins lo the site
if t he prpst nt capital of Moriuondoui, Is
me of tile most intt resting of the strange
liiiul of I'lontvrs anil savages now depict
ai the perils ami pleasures of frontier
life for the dtlectution of ifltte eastirntrs
with lluir.ilo Bill
He was seated on a campstool in one of
the score or so of tents that line the sides
it the broitl upper corridor nt Madison
square ginleu. Ins vtife, a Sioux squaw,
3(iu ittetl nt his fett liuliistrlouslv stitching
vith slmtls of buffalo tendon for thread,
a Intv of 1 J sirttchtsl tin a couch of deer
skins in one rornir and a copper colonsi
lissieof 8 Kleeiing iwicefullj on a bank
if blankets in another corner Others of
their dusk) bniml nniKsl in the long pas
suo outside, with the pipooses of the
Pawnee or the Moux ami came nt their
white father's bidding to shakfc hands
with the visitor Bright ejed, black
haired, blithe and quick, the elements of
savage and civilized blood seemed
stnmgelj blended in thtir imtun-t There
hidlK-oii nliierhildn-u of this ciarriige,
the old tnipjKr said, of whom Are were
living, the eldest, a girl of 15, mrsuing
her studies In a Brooklyn lioanling school
Ioetni provision for their supiwrt and
education he has turned his back ou hLs
in Till- rLL of 1840
"It wis late in the fall of 1S40, 1 think,"
Nelson liegau as he lit his pipe and shoved
kick his broad sombrero. "I was at
Cottonwood springs, Nth , lirinjc with an
old Mexican half breed, who knew every
inch of the Korkies like a IkioL. We
wen tloing nothing in particular and
reslv for a lob when Brigham Young
came along and asked my Mexican friend
and mvstlf to le his guides across the
Itotkies, pnnnising us ginxl pay. He had
f uir coniM!iion, .Mormon elders, I think,
but I cannot rememlier their names
Sevtn in ull, we started with two emi
grant wagons, one of them loaded with
Hour, baron, coffee and biscuit, enough
for two years' supplv I don't believe
Brigham liad anv idea when he started
yust where he was going; and when he
would get hack! It was a sort of pros
iiecting trip He and the elders culled
each other limther,' and the old man was
u good naturcd, Joll sort of fellow. Ho
talked a good deal of religious lingo, but he
w is not the Sunday school, pious Jonah
kind, would k-ij 'damn It' just the same us
I w ould, and pLiv iil a good hand at euchre
I vt as quite a young fellow in those tlaj s,
uud as the old Mexican didn't speak much
Knglisli, Brighim talked a good deal with
me and tried to conv ert me to Monnomsm.
"He wis ulsiut 40, well act up and with
n big. strong head and neck. I didn't
take much st ck in his arguments defend
i.14 polyg unj , u hich Jo Smith had recently
introducvd as a revelation among the
saints But Brigham gav e me the idea
of a man who was pretty firm in his
opinion and actually believed what he
"We didn't hurry ourselves much, mak
ing only alxmt twenty miles a day with
the w agoiLs, pitching our tents for three
or f our da) s at n time when we got into a
likely n-gion w here game w as plenty and
exploring the countr) for miles around.
I don't tlnnk we met a white man all the
vjj across There were lots of Indians,
but the) didn't trouble us, just coming
into camp to trade off fresh mut or skins
for bacon an 1 coffee. Ton. ml Christmas
we struck Ham's fork, in western Ne
bmska, after making a journey of nearly
1,000 miles There we were snowed up
until the spring
SNOW FOBTT FEET IEEI
"That was n particularl) hard winter,
and the snow was forty feet deep In phiccs
wht re It had drifted over thecaii)on. But
we didn't suffer, provisions were plenty,
there was lots of game, and when we
couldn't git water we got snow nnd mclt
evl it Our camp at Ham's fork was
pitched inn shelttred valley, and we got
all the elk, antelope and bear we could
"I-ite in the spring, when the snow had
milted, we strack camp and started
straight up the mountain nbout forty
miles Bight up on the top of the moun
tain we found a large lake fed by a living
spring chuck fidl of trout that beat an)
tliing in the world. The smallest of them
was nlwnt two feet long and weighed live
or six pounds, and the flavor" Tho
trapper smacked his lips as the recollec
tion of the gustatory gratification of forty
years liefore arose in his mincL
"Brigliam was all the time spying out
the la) of the land, and as ho looked from
the top of the mountain ov er the level
strcti h of desert nearly fifty miles away,
he said: 'The promised land is in sight.'
We made our way down the mountain
without any accident worth mentioning
and when we stnick the water now known
as bait I-ike Brigliam swallowed a mouth
ful and named it the Great Salt Lake
Then w e struck out alwut six miles to th
northoest and Bngham Young stopped
suddenly in the midst of the valley and
shouted 'This is the spot; this is the place
rtvealod to me b) the Great Spirit in a
dream long ngo Here we will build the
"Westa)el in the neighborhood about
sLx- weeks. Brigham staked out the place
so that we could find it again easily and
ma Ie a sort of map of It. Then we started
back to Cottonwood Springs, which we
reached late in the summer. Brigham
and his fritnds went on to Nauvoo, Ills ,
nnd I went off on a deer hunt with my
Indian friends Next)car Brigham took
n large party of Mormons over, and Salt
Lake Cit) was built on the xery spot to
which 1 guided him." New York World
An Krrnneou Assumption.
A member of the Iindon Astronomical
societ) h is lHiinted out that the common
assumption that a fragment of meteor
dust no larger than n mustanl seed may
givo the brilliancy of n first magnitude
star is erroneous To giv e that brightness
at a distance of 100 miles, about that at
which meteors are usually seen, would
require an electric lamp of 10,000 candle
power. It is therefore probable that the
smallest visible meteors have a surface
equal to the incandescent portion of a 100
candie power electric arc, If not much
gnatir. Boston Budget.
"yVX v-y vv Of the good things of this
WvVXilfe xn sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and 'Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
The Freedmen's aid society of the Metli
odist church has asked for the resignation
of Prof. Wilford Caulkins, of Chattanoo
ga university, and has declared its objec
tion to an) person being refused admission
to the university classes because of color.
SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption
Cure Is sold b) F. A. Garwood ou a guar
antee. It cures Consumption.
Green Smith, of the Indiana senate, is
not satisfied with the decision of the
supreme court in favor of Lieutenant Gov
ernor Bobertson, and is preparing for
further legal steps.
I ttnvvn the Children. Ther
I OVXYrV-' pecially liable to
-' peciany jiauie to luaaen
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Conch,
i etc We guarantee Acker's Btallsh
Kemedj a positive cure. it saves
hoars "of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
A New York legislative committee on
strikes has prepared a bill making it a mis
demeanor for am one. by force, oppression
lor bo)cotL to deprive a workman of his
libert) to labor for any employer whom he
I chooses to serve.
"HACKMETAC." a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Price 'J5 and 50 cents. For sale
by F. A. Garwood.
That Tired Feeling
The warm weather has a debilitating effect,
especially upon those who arc within doors
most ot the time The peculiar, yet common,
complaint known as "that tired ftellng,"
is the result This feeling can be entlrtly
overcome 1) taking Hood s barsaparllla,
which gives new life and strength to ail
(he functions of the bod)
"I could not sleep, hid no appetitiv. I
took Hood s sarsiparilla and soon began to
sleep soundl) , could get up without that
tired and languid letting, and my anpetilc
Improved" It. A Sanfokp, hent,)hlo.
Strengthen tie System,
Hood's Barsaparllla is characterized by
three peculiarities : 1st the combination of
remedial agents; sd, the prorrtlon, 3d, tho
proccu of securing tho active medicinal
qualities. The result Is a medicine of urusml
strergth, effecting cures hltlurto unknown.
Send for book containing additional ev idenre.
" Hood s BarsioariU i tones up my system,
purifies my blood, slurpeusiut apis-tlte. and
seems to iniko mo ovtr." .1 PTiiomison,
lleglsterof Iieeds, Lowtll, Mass.
"Hood's Sarsxpirlllx 1-evts all others, and
Isworthltswelghtiiigolil " I lSuaa.M.To.y
130 lUnk Street, ItewAurk Cit).
Sold by all druggists, ft; six lor $5. Mads
only by C. I. HOOD & CO , Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar.
The Hound ami tin- Foi.
Unlike the English fox hound, the dog
commonl) Usui alxnit litre has short tigs,
and is in most iiistnncts ratht r -in ill In
the English s)stein of fox hunting hngth
of limb in dog and horse are of liiiint use
advantage, but there tin re is no u-e for
the gun, and in realltv thejotkev ma) be
a good fox hunter in Liijlauil lhe rea
son that a short logged dog is the liest for
American hunting is that he will not drive
the fox nt tho top of its sjved for a long
time What gives the hunter the ndvan
tage and the greatest likelihood of success
is to have the fox play This the fox will
not do If ho is hard pressed b) the hound,
when he will lead straight off A slow dog,
then, is preferable, and It is a will known
fact that a fox will plav n dogan tntin
fonnoon on a sjmt of ground not ovtr nn
acre in exttnt A fox lias beiti sein to
leap from the gnmnd to the top rail of a ,
I fence and walk there for a th-tance of
J fort) nnl, using bis tail as a KiHnce, and
thin to again leap to the ground, lilsurel)
trot out into the oeii field, sit down in a
place commanding a good v lew , and ralm
ly watch the dog work out the problem of
where he went to when the trail left the
ground New Haven l'allidiuin.
'Nothing 1 nn.ual.
Mrs Patrician (to a new girl) I sup
pose, Bridget, you overheanl ni) huslund
and I conversing rather tarnestl) this
Bridget Indeed I tlid th it, mum
Mrs P I hope you did not cousidor
th it anv tiling unusiul was going on
Bndgit Never a bit, mum I w.nist
had a husband meself, mum an" invir a
day passed that the mighliors didn't lie
lave one ur tht othtruv us would be kilt
entoirl). Tid Bits
lxtokitig tile Part.
Young Man (to western )oung lady)
Yaas I'm a memlier of the Hare nnd
Hounds club, y'know At hist mett I
was one of the hares
Western Youn.r I.ndv What do you
mean b) hire, Mr issv
Young Man Thev are called rnbbits in
this part the countr), I lieheve
Westtni Yoang I.idv Oh, ves, those
sweet little nninnls vt': long tars. How
nice'"' HariH r's Baz.ir
llnrnlnir Hie ( Itv's t.urlmge.
Two vears ago 'M.Vfr) cards were distrib
uted In New York lit) advising the burn
Ing of nil Vtgit.ible nftisr in the kitchen
range Thereisoii for this wasthefre
tiiint totiipl nut that the gnrkige was not
promptl) collet tefl and n moved and ln1
tame a iiuisanieatidasourte of iK-stilinre
As h result, it is estimated th it 10,000
families in Niw York now burn their
v egi table gnrkige New Orltans Times
Democrat. Talent Artillrlal Hone).
A lyindon linn his obtained a patent
for mnkingnrtilki.il hone) b) adding to a
mixture of equal jiarts ot dextrose nnd
livulosr n olutioii of cane suir and a
small quautitv of butmc tther. heat the
mixture until it liecomes homogeneous
nnd obtain the granular coiisistinc) bv
the addition of some ir)stallized honi)
An Ancient Itlglit.
The market w omen of Btrlm hive an
ancient rijht which thev jealousl) assert
namely, that of presenting on Niw Year's
eve to the crown prince six sausages,.!
tart and twenty-lire hard boiled eggs
They did not fail this )ear in IxMowing
their liandsome and acceptable gift.
A ICeasoualile Hetiuest.
Mapstratc You are accused of stealing
chickens, Uncle Bastus Are you guilt)
or not guilt)
Uncle Bastus I pleads not guiltv, vo'
honah, an' inquests tie prevledgeof frow
ing nivse'f on de mere) ob tie cou't mease
de ev ldence goes agin ne New York
A ltoyal Artist.
Prince Eugene, the youn jest son of the
Ling of Sw edeu, has developed a taste for
painting, and his father has sent him to
Paris to study art.
My Love Has t, row n o ery lair,
Theenv) of ever) girl;
The secret now 1 will (teclire,
'Tis in Chaplin's Liquid Pearl.
Thirt)-nine recruits to the Latter Day
Saints have been secured in the Hrusli
creek hills of Highlard count), ().
What a trul) beautiful world we live in
Nature g'ves us grandeur of mountains
glens and oceans, and thousands of means
of tnjo)inenL We can desire no bitttr
when in perfect health; but how often do
the majority of people feel like giving it up
disheartened, discouraged and worn out
with disease, when thera Is no occasion for
this feeling, as every sufferer can easil) ob
tain satisfactor) proof, that Green's August
Flower, will make them free from tlisei-e.
as when born. I))spepsia and livtr com
plaint are the direct causes of sevent)-live
tier cenL of sucli maladies as oinousness.
indigestion, sick headache, costiveness, ner
vous prostration, dizziness of the head, pal
pitation of the neart, ami otner uisiressing
s)inptoms. Threedosesof August Mower
will prove its wonderful effect, bample
bottles, 10c. Tr) it
This powder never varies A marvel of pu
rity, strength and whelesomeness More eio
nomlcat than the ordinary kind, and cannot
be sold In competition with the multitude or
low test, short weight, alum or phosphite
fowders bold only In cans I'.nul Hiking
otc di a Co , Ilfc V) all street. Xew ork
How lo (lain 1 lesh hih! Mreneth.
Use after e-ich meal Scott s Emulsion; it
is as palatable as milk and ea-tl) digested.
Delicate people improve rapidly with its
use. For Consumption, 'Iliroat affections
and Bronchitis It Isuueqiiatltd. Dr. Titos,
l'l.ivi, AI u, sa)s. "I used Scott's Emul
sion on a ihild eight months old, he gained
tour iHiuuds In a mouth "
AiUIre to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Svmp, forchll-
turn tet uiiiiK, is me pitm-iipuuu m ono oi
. . , a - - .
mo best female nurses anil pnj sicians in
the United btates, and has been used for
) ears with never-falling success by millions
of mothtrs for their childriii. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relit ves the child fnmi pain, cures d) sen
ter) and diarthwa, griping in the bowels
and wind colic. By giving health to the
ehild It ruststlio mother lMre9,,crott!p.
A Kind and (it nh.ois )i ti. Kev. A.
llirlnr, suptriniiate meiiilur of St. Louis
Conf. M. E. iliuich. writes from Morin.
Kansis: "Tins reiiimmcnilatlon is written
without solicitation from any nj; but I owe
it to those slmihrl) allliited to sa) that b)
the iist of the bhaker Extract of Boots
Mt Mi's S)rup) I was Hired of an obsti
nate and almost fatal indigeseioii both
stm nch and llvtt being couiphstels torpid.
I was redced to a living skeleton. Friends,
famllv and ph)sciau had given me ur. 1
was keeping the spark of life alive with a
tint ot raw tggs ami milK. .now imiiii
stoin-uh and liver are inrforinlng their
functions. Ihaveinanv frit lids in Western
Ohio, N E. Iowa and S.W. Mo. who would
like to know this "
Tut IliNrsT Sit vhi it. although hedoes
not Ixiist of bis punt) . alw a) s makes goods
that can be relied uon; for instance, his
bhaker Extract of Boots (Siegt I's S)rup) is
really a valuable at tide. It is not recom
mended as a cure-all, but as a reined) for
one single disease, viz: Indigestion, in
vv tilth disease it works like a charm.
Tin inn vtii of a chronic catarrh pa
tu nt is ofli n so offensive that he cannot go
into societ) ami he becomes an object of
disgust. After a tune ulceration sets in,
the sM)iig) bones are attacked, and fre
quintl) entirel) dostroed. A constant
source'of discomfort is the dripping of the
purulent seen lions into the throit, some
times producing iuv eterate bronchitis, w hich
in its turn has been the exciting ciu-e of
iiiiliimnirv diseise. 'Ihe brilliant results i
vt, Isloli h ive attendtsl its use for )ears past
proK rl) designate Ely's Cream Balm as b)
far the best and onlv real cure.
There is no one article in the line of med
icines that gives so large a return for the
inline as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella,
onna Backache Plasters. 47r
Mange, Distemptr. Diarrho tand Worms
in dogs quiikl) lured. Scratches, bores.
Galls. Bruises. Cuts or Wounds of an)
kind quiiklv and permanent!) healed bv
washing with the lluid. Dr. J. Hough, the
distinguished veterinar) surgeon. s-)s; 'I
find Darbv's PmphIictic Fluid all that it is
represt nttsl. As a local application. I be
lli ve It to be without an equal." For Colic
and beours it acts like magic
A man giving his name as Henry Adams
has been sw nulling Ohio farmers. Heof
fered tht m the agt nc) of a tool-sharpem r
if the) would sign an order for a sample,
whuh hundreds nf tht in did. The orders
turn out now to be proniissor) notes, and
the farmers don't know vv hat to do about It.
'Ror:il ON PII.ES."
Why FuCir Piles I Immediate relief and com-
flete cure guaranteed. Ask for 'Itongh on
din " Surecureforitching,protnidiiig,bleel
ing.orany foruiof Piles. Otk. AtDrugglstsor
mailed. E. S. W ells, Jersy City, N. J.
Wells' "Health Ilencw er" n stores health and
vigor, tures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For Weak Jlen.DilIcate Women, il.
vki.is ii nt iiAtsor.
If gray, nstores tooriglnal color. An elegant
drtssing, softens and beautifies. No oil nux
greae. A tonic l'etorative Stops hair com
ing oat;rtrengthius, cleanses, healsscalp. 50c.
ClSTKGDIIEID IMS YEO USE IT.
It hi tl Trrv r-t Bwuloil Z T T UrxL
mod li thw t utur I ftbI t B otfcrf.
Mad-A Adolina T&ttL
1s.ihj E.x Jnn14. 1 1. tsd tmmtn-i!j'.
It tb Bll SlrU-rT r !- ( r' l-lt'lr
lltU." Iyf-irT(Mlllri rAICMU
I fnl It far an -m W tU uosj I fan2j Woj
rf v i"w Jt,
(TLtri Trfiii!' KriliXrc
11 T,Tfss ir- irtatir Ij ftj-t Uif UW to ihm lUt
oi XtKW LU ft tir (.nut mvoMu-ra-i ys
Lu- t rttK "-vftJ U ircs tM wUsIbcUja It
Lm aJSorilvi tin.
For tlS tTrJ aniia an J nwrk 1 fin I K rapwloc to
j t-wsiOiU. , m it tkir not ruusi ou oO m -srajrina.
Jhiip. Victoria and Boalna Vokc
fti ltrAara to m-U (-or trtstlnMalkU f
Tr trprrir mm-a trw-iaiM i iwnyiMi.
t tiAxo turJU m tth fBUrn BAiufactk-a.
1 CUT " t Jsirtt I Batl. U Ml notVot crrrtrf,
alauptriiteMBriBi&uUafsMtkmla Ufinf tk
I f w 1 -mer I-i v ivlnu W"t MrvtVnt, I
ktl cirtaJiJj rrcxsniotriiJ It to lay lJj trbusla.
1 srM.IrT It tr ota-rtur to 4U) WtLW f lu 1Ib4
la um la Hui Miuutry
I f nsl Ttor "' Ligt in 1 lau, t lm tL il ru
Mr. D P. Bo-xct,
Ijnfns-itlf Bs-akf n ux y a a r-mrtli, ui frt
from l.ijnr' tt ilfexU, fs vbkh 1 ctiMrftiil tv
cwiiuuMi J It,
Coeai-Vr ft to l Uu brt waoTti. f tW tltta I
ht srf titaisi. 1 fortl aiiy rtxrtUtUnJ It Za ail ay
rpnnEt m t a.s) iiiy tvM tatmy u to Um k1-
UtVCJT l ) Ot UHrtrUi.
F(sT bcAolfTiitJ' tke) unnLpilxsi tit!i.vit kar-n L
Uiti kiln -tour LiuLto lAU."bitisiciisUAt).
EPKEsSEI) HtEE-"2 large 7 bottles,
while or pink, for 51-V) To many points 1 bot
tle for Tic lrvvour druinrlst first) lloxed
secure from observations ChamplinMfo.
Co . Hi 1 ultonst.. n
l'.S. Mention this piper.
WATl.t (Jeneral agents, to wholesale
mv new motor. Kare ch ince. good sal
try orM'c on the dollar. Address, with stamp.
1 vi. vv eater, lndiiiiapons, ina. i.vame mis
"riiteniltuK Atlvertlsera should address
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO.,
to sriiuci: ti;kkt, m,w mikk city,
For SELECT LIST of 1.CO0 NEWSPAPERS.
W 111 bo sent KKKK on appllcatlou.
paul a. staley;
Attorney and Expert
SOMCITOB Or" PATENTS.
Room J- Viik1- Hiiiljliiitr
dr. j. t. Mclaughlin,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
inr. Wont Main St. Tlpphnn- 4S.
HRTMI, MOfiil & GO.
111S. I.iiM-tiiie St., sprlnBllelil, U.
TKI.Kl'HONK NO. 1 I'S.
A CHILD'S SKIN
Ears nnd Scalp Covered with
Eczematous Scabs and Sort"
Cured by Cuticura.
M little son. aged eight years, has been at
tlicteit with Lrzema of the scalp. Mint at
llioes a great portion of the body, ever since
ttift uqy fun va,ij av.1.1 It l.utrq n I ti ti t u uupm
nil n i tn t'T:atv Vlil It U1KII llSiSUXfesJe
Huu utemlnl to his si Up. winch tweame tov
ercd with si Us and sores, and from which a
slick) tlulil pi ured out, causing intense Itch
ing and distress, and leaving his hair matted
amtllftless I iiderncath these siabs theskln
was raw. like a piete of teetsteak. Ilradually
thehitrctine out anil was destroved. until
lillt H sm til nttchwas left at the back of the
hetd My frlendsln 1'ealMidy know how my .
little boy has suffered t night he would
scratch his head until his pi low was covered
with blood I used to tie his hands behind
h,m. and In ininy ways tried to prevent his
si niching hut It was no use. he would i
scratih 1 took him to the hospital and to I
the best pluslil ins In 1'eahody without sue-I
cess AtHiiit this time some friends, who had
been lured by the Iuticcra Kimkoiis. pre j
tailed unon me to trylthem. I began to use!
them on the lith of January last In seven'
months every pirtiile of thedlsejse was re
moved Not t spot or scab remalus on his
scalp to tell the story of ills suffering Ills
hair his returned, and Is thick and strong,!
.....I 1.1.. .......... jt... .Hl ... na ...-.l.ll.l '
(111,1 Ills S, rtlI as m lil! VIOIl U- A11J till', 9
lu the world I ctntiot say enough to express
ni) gratitude for this wonderful cure by the
ItTitiKt It ru hiss. and wish all similarly af
tllcted to know th it my statement Is true and
I hive seen Mr McKay's boy when badly
affected with the Lizema. He was a pitiful
sight to look at I know that he has tried our
best ptivsUI ins. and did all a father rould do
for a suffering c did. but availed nothing. I
know that the statements he has made you as
regards the curing of his boy by yourCiTina
lUtiEiiirsare true In every particular
WILLIAM J MtCAKTIH.
3:1 loster street, Peabody, Mass.
I donot know otany Instance in which the
Cutliuia Remedies have failed to produce sat
lsfaitoryri suits I believe 1 hive sold more
of them than of any otherskln remedies I
have ever handled during the thirty three
years of my experience is a druggist.
A. I) T!t O.N'. Balavia. X. Y.
Sold everywhere. Price Ccticira, Vc,
CiTiciKt bote, Sc, CimiUA Hksoi t kt. SI.
Prepared by I'ottek LiBtc ami CiiKtitctLCo
Mend for " How to Cure Skin Disease.
ml'I.LS, Illackheads. Skin lllemlshes. and
lliby Humors, use CtTiciRt bote.
A WORD ABOUT CATARRH.
I " t Is the mucous membrane, that wonder
l ful semi-Muld env eloue surrounding theilell
I Catarrh m ikes Its stronghold
caie tissues ot me airauu iovi iassies. ina
. voce estao-
lished. It eats into the very vitals, and renders
Ulebuta long drawn bream oi misery ana
disease, dulling thesenso of hearing, trammel
ling the power of speeih.destroilng the fac
ulty ot smell, tainting the breath, and killing
the refined pleasures of taste Insidiously, by
creeping on from a simple lold In the head.it
assaults the m-mbranous lining, and envelops
the bones, etting through the delicate toats
and utusing Inflammation, slou.hlng and
death. Nothing short of total eradication
will seiure health to the patient, and all alle
vlates are simply procrastinated sufferings,
leading to a fatil termination tvtMoaD's
Kaiih al Ci kk. by inhalation and Internal ad
ministration, has never failed, even when the
disc ise his m tde frightful Inroads on delicate
constitutions, hearing, smell and taste hare
been recovered, and the disease thoroughly
atsioBo's Ru.icn. Ciek consists of one bot
tleof the KiniCALCimt, onebox Catarrh tL
bon int. and one lurEui idJmulir. neatly
wrapped In one package, with full directions,
Pottfr Llftu. AsnCiiKMietLCo .Boston.
HOW IT ACHS. I
Worn out with pain, but still com
pelled b) stern necessity to stand up
to the work before us and bear the .
piln Keller In one minute In a
s utlcnrn Anti.lnln l'lnsler for the j
aching sides and back, the weak and
ptlutul must le. the sore chest and hacking
cmgli. and every pain and ache of dally toll
Klegant. new. orLtiual. speedy and Infallible
AtilruglsTs.is;, nteforjl. or. postage free,
of Potter lirug and Chemical Co . lloston.
.A. Reslneenr Increase tke flesh hy a Itarew
I". treaCJtaenl, IS I Z TJ PIT 33 JSa.
MOJITir. Tbe IHHRASir.H, IRKE44.
II.AKIXII'.H uil (ilKOMC HKVK.
l-.HSir.H of DM AX m peelalty. "nW
ka.mina.1, ket. I rarrsllSHIV
lllsr. ttHl-.H tVoni m PI. pie lo IViraw.
t karzea rrunaklr. Mr "AM AZONIASl
SIKUS K ItMII. tespeelallr prepared for
lastllra) U tke Qalrkrst, Harnt ad,(Hnl
Kerned.- n.r .VKRVOIS IIEHIMTT as
sratll. WEAK-lESS la Ikr wM.
Hatlafartloa (aaraetred. Mpeelal aUratlea
l" to Tieeatirjlaf aad Bleaeklaa tke
II emit h Ie Itfmaty'm flrtt r-Hlvlt4t thru
Art. A vieH lll r-t ym Rolhiif aad mij
-m.? yoar lll. Tim mry t-rlra fkta lO
Wat. ! -4 p.
WILCOX MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
MRH. K. CKKXt 1IF.K, Maaaeer,
1 . . . o .)
Thete Washboard are made with
a Bent-1 ood rtm. The Etrorig
cit boards and best wasuera in th
world. For tale bj all dealers.
XaUte no other.
SAGINAW 3ft'FG CO.,
Car. ChralBoC and Kiajath Mr.
Receive AdTertUeoteaU for this Paper.
tai-AYER SON'S MUNUAl
STmwo TTTS.UTT Is fa'llnir Prals TJR ItED and
IXHAlsTlUorl'owerl'ULJlVTCKLLl W AST.
1 1 nar find a orrfert an 1 reliable curs, In tbe
Adopted Iit aU Prencb 1iv.lclat,a and belimr rapidly and
rsoreasralfy Introduced here. VII weak.nuuTloeiin anc
drains promptly checked TICKATtNr jrirlrte newa
paper arid miicl endorsement. l, l" ti Osimilt
tl ntotueeoeb. maUlaltb ata eminent ductora a ULa
CIVIALE ACENCT. No. 1 14 Fulton Street. Nea Tart
KKKIMi nt the Kenaaelaer 1'olrtech.
nlc Institute, Troy, V. V. The oldest emit-
neerlng school In America. Next term begins
September 15th. The R glster for lSt contains
a list of the graduates for the past 61 years,
with their positions; also course otstudy.fe-
aulrements. expenses, etc. Candidates from
a distance. or thoselivlng in distant states, by
special examinations at their homes, or at
such schools as they may be attending, may
determine the Question ot admission without
visiting Troy. 1-or register and full Informa
tion address llAVin.vi.ilaiix. illrector.
GERMAN ASTHMA CURE
Inrtsintly rf hrtsa tht nt KJent attack, and
inaunwornif trffchln -n 0 WitTMt. rarBK.
etCLrtteirif; u-sth! bj intuUt. ni itxtkrn ntm-medt-iM
direct nl rtrrtafn. and arnrv is the
rfMitlt in all cuihle enjt- A sms-le trul coo
nnct?i tho mt xtlveiit ia1 Pnrak- anH '1 nn
of anj tlmKjp-t. or by tn3 Sample m for
narpp fi tt.-sLllirt M-t.bt.rml,la.
The OrlcinnI nnd Only OennlBe.
ftaaaDSal.art ElIahU B.war of wartaleaa laltatkna.
Ial,r..abw lo LADIIIS. Aak Tr llragaiat Sa
--laWaeaarr'a EBaTuWTa.l taka M -aAvrr, or taclcw. 4a.
(.lajap.) u a. for pvUealan la Utltr bj nUia aaaU.
NAME PAPER. Valea-sater Carleal C
" r .riYxaalM.r-aararkllaaana,
aM a; DraeaH.U eTerywhere. Atk far -Calrke.
Set's EaaUia- feaajrayal Hlla. Tataaaataat.
C a t-en ve I-ad I.
tbcwirS ( tllAt Class ret
rt DT.lie. n I h zin
almsajit unii cttal iLuiA.
(aba-lava's th (at or
the yiil anj n?w r n
AJTrOHaT th ItTtdiD J MslXa.
A L bMlTH
A frreat ImproTenMDt over the oKl style. Prevent
alliu lair froui bead of the nalL Made of be qualitr
Tuolht4ML CarvfuUy tempered. S or sale br Uari
srare liealers IlaUd aenaworted aiMstaenttoany
allrr.a,jti,MtaATejall,onreeeli4of SI wl Madeoolj
DJ An&cajlTaturatvlulBt lusiiisi .latrreo.
INsiabkua. N. V
DTTfC Instant relief. Final cure In ten
I llirjO. davs.andneverreturns.No purge
Inosalve.no suppository. Sufferers wlIIlesrB.
of asimple remedy Free, by addressing C.J.
1. AS0N.7B Nassau 1 1.. N. Y.
I afeut f
-V! TO & I'AYS. V
KW O-SM StTlCtUT. '
These PainU aro in every respect strictly first class, being composed of the best and
purest materials obtainable. They have a Iarjer sale than any otht r paints m do in
this country or abroad, and, although they cost a trifle more per gallon than an) othera,
they will do more and better work for the bamo amount of money, owing 'o their m
dcrful covering properties, while their superior durability renders them tno most eco
nomical paints la the world. Sampie Cards and Descrlptiv e Price List free by maiL
H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING CO.,
SOLE MANCFACTCBEBi OF
W. Johns' Asbestos Fire and Water Proof Sheathing. Building Felt Steam Packirgs
Boiler Coverings, Roof Cement, Rool Paints, re Proof Paints. Colors in Oil, Varnishes, etc
87 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
No store efAretl
HANDSOME WE0DING, blH -
Combining a Parlor,
All furnLoheil w'th
at our U liolrMtle Irlcr.
THE LUBURG MANF'C CO..
The 'MiLD norsF." Fatablifihrd iH-40.
JOSEPH R.PEEBLES' SONS,
l.rorrr. Pike nuildlna-.C incinnati. O.
Itpufn...tfaauIIU yr VHtiD(rtrinalp-kk(s H-flll.
-iCt. Th aoftvmt, ralWl Ra.rti 4 -sar f fn
BltK-1 Tr btJn-.bl II(,j(. nb rAttv-trra u IImhiitmi
Ua(J n- far Pr-eM -LtBlf.j4, pAOc vri(eJ t-rtcUa.
-tvlaivMsf t the Fpisrvr tutl IcoootuUt,
W. L. DOUGLAS
The lemlintr S3 Iue
of tho worlit. Mueof t.
bttt maUrl.l pcrft lit and
tuperior to shof-i un-vl.y told
-or j na . r vrry
pir warranied Con-
KTCfU. IQtlQI S ataVU.
Th9 RTevt demMita for tht nhoe baben ataCV
clentraaranteeof Its lelUMMtjr to make the jnb
Ucstlll better tl-iflv(l,we hare niadr nch. inruTtv
ment-thtitnrrrai be no ,urMnntioarc atmof
miltlncrAtf bt JLI tn .Af trrfr
W. I,. DOUGLAS 82.50 SHOE.
for atntwemtn. itcsi cxii, 1 1 i t-uum oi -irctt-a
ttek. an I ea-il. If not sor-1.r to the f3hoes
atrt.rtled bye her flrm. lnrUe arxTsonal
larvrctton and romp-vrl-Mm before purchulcr.
2 SIIOK roil BO. nr styles as the
$3 &-. Care! oil T ana abntantlatlj' maJe,siTlh
and nnrqn3ld ss a school stun-. If any of the
above cannot be had at your denier 8, send address
pottalto W.L iJoaUaf.BrcKx.ion.Masa.
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
o. O Lost Ml In Mreet, Sprlngllelil. O.
0CLD JIEDiL, PAEIS, 11573.
WarrMlcd nMotMrWy purr
Cocoa, from hch the eic.su or
O J lias been removed. It ha-- Mere
Uaiit&e ttrtns'Jt "t focoi miicd
with Stan-li, Arrowroot or Suiir,
and is Ihert-fore far mere ecooouil
cal. totCin ku Vian one trnt a
cup It is ilel'cious. nourihlng.
jtren-hentai, eaully dls-sleo. aad
aJmirably adapted for iatalUa as
well a for pirsons in health.
old by ti rqeers everywhere.
w. baker & CO., Dorclisster. Mass.
h.i s,. f, p,,iimun,s- liosnt s able feanhroKl-
erySllk.wouldis.t$l In.kelna. vmiolkhali l'ak
Lul s sent cnly w hen application la accompanied by
A cew noose every li days in the lat 8 yesrs. Oat
Tillage, only 32 wont I oi 1. has i stores, botsla.
1 churches, school, i e paper, factory, foundry's, 4
tteamboau, Z trains and 2 mail daily. Lana rapidly
adTSDCicar Send, send, send fcy -all inrsuia. Mod
for circulars with 4 mtpn.3. 1 nototcrsphic cuts of
bouses, sll about the wonderful itrowth ot our col
ony.lts soli climsie mArkts,bu-siQfsrpportuniUes,
health, prices, tetnis. andWicthtr diktinct sabjecta.
Farms for $3)0 ou montblr lntl.aenls u those
barlDk craplovment it bout leaving their situation.
Address J. P. JtAClrfAAClareinont-Sarrr CoW
For IU4 ad utlHuy
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Raaa tm hasartta
tet Uaa 3 gkllot.4(wxT
tte. Oat aad to SL
Bead tbr ClaBtntrd sl
catar aad price Ut, tro.
1 ba.aarsi.ltlr. remedr for tb. sboe.dlaeaaa, belts
sa thoQ.auas ot raea ci tha vot.t tin I and ot Mf
tuadiuc liars bran rorad. Inlrrd aoalrrtael.fnrfa.tli
la Ita .Ccary. tnat I will arrd TWO SOTTLKS PBXI.
tortbar with a VaLCAElE TKFATI"E aa ILL dlaaat.
"a aBl atutsrar Gltocaprr.aandr O addrara.
BJ. T. A. aaaKla. HI raailt.Na Tot
Tke Crrat Eactlak lreaeriptlass
Cures lt'eOA-rieM. S'prTmafOTTAea, J
fmiuionj. Mnofencuandall Dis-1
eases caused by self abuse or in-.
ataon.t(rtn tine fWU-itife 3 1. ale SA.1
rcsroRxl Bv mall Write, for Pamphlt. AirEa
Eareka tltemlcal Co., Detroit, ntcb.
Call on or address Theo. Truupe.druggist.
eorser Mtln and Market streets, Springfield
Ohio, Sole Agent.
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7. . .
fARTHEST NORTH I
are of Arctic Service.
j A. VT. 6UXLT, IJeat. V. H. Army.
Cam's Ladr M"rawsUI Bay Kipedltloa ef ISSlf.
TWO Vols., Rofal&vo.mtX Stfl Portrait, ortr 100 JUustrot tons tn4
Of Qfcul MrndCarU. Sold otWy by Suhtcrtptton.
-BtttlfI aa4 tisUr Biles Tsltuaea.- CtmctHmsU Cow,' I Gotttu.
' Prefaealf Uiajlrsted, abemmda with litnly JiearlptleM. C'Atcnge
" Ths BUH taporUat vetk pliltslsl ea AntteBUtUn." Bottom
A wllmsa aaa tfilsi Welu'-jr. T.Bwm.
' InUrMtlif from wrnvto mm." IT. T. jTussM.
" Volumsi la stut way ettefaaeary aa4 saolete." W. T. Pott.
a eaweiem is " few", wh et
Air. CHARLES SCRIBNER't SONS,
ITS Bla Be. CtaMiruvaa, ac TsM rtwHsyay, Blew Terh,
nUAi uri HULIDAIT PRESENT. -S
THE WONDERFUL tf A H
Library, Imoklag, Rrrllntng or Invalid
t:itaiit, AiUJsiui. uhu,oriutiu.
Tfiff C"y lS ""'l P sendstampl e-lIIPPEn toall
JT I lists mrP fur Catalogue. perls of the vrorld.
tbe Automatic Cotmch Brake, and IClmllKt
Nml-stAmp for ratalrnrae anl mention carri&js.
145 N. 8th St.. Philada.. Pa.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
ClesralAod. Oolnaboa, Cincinnati and
8 Night IzpreM i jc am
12 New York A Boston Lxpress "sinus
2 Cleveland M Kastern Express 3.4(1 m
i Hew York Limited Ki press "3 a , a
9 Sight Eipress iI5ata
1 Clu t lying Buckeye TASaia
a Clndanatl k Indianapolis Express- II to am
3 Cleveland Cincinnati Express l.pm
. CtntL, Iud.,St. Louis i. Kan. Ex JS pin
9 Night Kxpreu 2.1 jam
I Cln. Hjlng Buckeye Tjijaia
1 CleTeland A Cincinnati Express 1 3a pra
, Mew Ifork, Boetan A Cincinnati Lx.4 pm
AtiiTi raoM aocTH.
S Night Express IJSam
Ii Dayton. Springfield Aceora fr"t 9U5aa
ti Ilew ork A Boston Limited sj.3Sam
2 Cleveland M Eastern Express J.W pra
H Cincinnati A Springfield Accom 5i pm
It New York Limited Express to pm
No. 12 Has through sleepers to New 1 ork and
oston without change.
No. lis the famous limited express, cont
used entirely of sleepers, east ot Cleveland,
rough sleepers from Springfield. Make
tew York In & hours and Boston in Hii
No. 27 has free Reclining Chair ear to 't.
Louis without change
, O- H. KNIOUT.
t R. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent.
8. P. A. Springfield. 0.
edlaas, BloosBlacton and Western Hall
iiuri raoit xatT.
I Night Ex I a am
7 Sandnskv Mall ta am
Pacific .Mail and Ex it warn
1 Kansas City
. i..i . n.
2 Columbos Eipress.
I Atlantic Mail
1 Mi ant
- 9b am
9 IS ; m
- ZJSa am
- r5 am
- 95 pm
- 2 15 am
- lJ.So am
. a.15 pm
. 1.15 pm
2 45 am
s Sandusky MaiL.
3 New i ork Limited-
aaUTi rtoa wist.
2 Eastern Ex-
1 Atlantic Mall
1 New a ork Limited-
1 Night Express
i Kansas City tx-
luxri noa xorth.
1 Cincinnati Ex-
5 Kenton Accommodation
3 columhus Mall.
1 Lakeside Ex
I Put-In Bay Lx-
s baaauiay i
Oxtlo 8onthem Ballroatf ,
1 Mall and ax
. 4 JO pm
. VkSS am
. 5 35 pm
's Balnhtidge Accom-
1 Mail and Ex-
I Bainbrldge Accom-
Trains marked thru " run daily; another
.rains dally except Sudsy.
Train 2to. 1 has a through coach for Lincoln.
let) , and through sleeper between fpringCeld
Train ho. 3 has through sleeper and chair
ma tor Peoria, and through sleeper from In-
llanapohs to Cblcatro.
Train is o. 5 baa elegant new Woodruff sleeper
except Saturday) through from Columbus to
it. Paul and Minneapolis, also through coach
rotn Columbus to Kansas City, and chair cars
etsreea Columbus aad Burlington. Iows
AII through, trains on main line !xtb east
tna west have through sleepers and chair cars
(tween Columbus and Peoria.
II. M. BK0NM1.N. Oen. Ticket Agent.
D H. ROACH. (Jeneral Agent.
WM. UXTFaRM AN. Ticket Agent.
PlttA, Ola. A Ht. Louis R. 1
1 Fait Line
-I M. Dill
7 15 a. m.
10-40 a m.
5-10 p. m.
o 40 p. m
II Xenla Accom-
9 estern Express-.,,
aaaiva rtoa wist.
10 Xenla Aeeom-
8 eastern Xxpress-
1 I.trrltafi Exfnssaa
I Columbus and Richmond "cat .
Daily, tl'ally -xcept Sunday.
Trains Nos. 11 and 9 run solid to Richmond.
Train N o. 9 has chair car from sprlngSeld :o
Trains Xos. 6 and 2 run solid from Rich
mond to Springfield.
-No. S has chair car from St. Louis and points
nest to Springfield witbout change
We make fast tims and sure connections.
Take a ride with us.
Sam. Dodd-s. Ticket Agent.
V. T, P.na. A Ohio K. B.
All trains run on Central time 25 minntes
slower than city time.
TSAISS AEEIVr rKOV THE EIST.
Xo. 1 Cln. A St Louis Ex.. daily ltla. m
1. Accom .dally except suntlayji)-t a. m
5. St. Louis hx . dally 4 lip. m
TAAI33 LIATC GOING EAST.
N'o. 4. New York Limited, dally 10 42 a.m.
i. Accom , dally except Sunday. 5-u. p m.
" 12. Atlantic Ex.. dally 2ia-m.
txaixs Aaaivx rtoa the west.
N'o. 4. St. Louis Limited. dally 10 40 a.m.
2. Accom. .dallyeiceptaunday.. 5t." p. m.
" li Xew x ork Ex daily . 2.15 a. m.
TRAI-J3 LEAVE GOING WEST.
N'o. 3. Cln. A St. Louis Ex. daily 117a.m
1. Accom.. dally except Sunday. .11' Win.
5. ht. Louis Ex., dally 4 19 pm.
No. 4 has steeners.but no chance of cars In
eithercase through to Newiork. No. 5 has
through sleepers to St. Louis All trains ar
rive and depart from 1. It. AW. depot In this
rorucaers loan points ana lunner mior
matlon.callon J.D. Phlegex.
Agent. 72 rcade.
Tb. oalv narfaee aubatltuta for Uethsra
milk, inwajnabt. la Cholarsi Infantum
and Taattllng. A prsUgaatasl food for Dys
Mptlcta, Coneumptltraa, Convalescents.
Partact atatarasas la aU WastlnK Diseases.
lUqatra. oo oooklna Our Book. Tha Cans
and Faaflins; of Infanta, maLad fro..
DOLTAaa. OUODAXa A. CO . Bcton. Ataaa
THE H. P. HUBBARD CO, Judcious Ad-
vertisinq AfrentsSt. Experts, New Haven, L,f.
. ...T . - ..v.'..- n.ua eur vary loait
uur auTnontaa agania wnw ,. .- -
adraftiaing ratf- Ad.amiornar.xa o.
tienad, proof thown and ltjmae of
latpontblo partial upon application
Fori "$ And
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