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REPUBLIC. WEDNESDAY EVENING LAECH 16. 1887.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE'
II GREAT FASHIONABLE EVENT!'
NE MI.IIT ONLY.
THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887.
ppearance of the youni; Enillsh actress.
AndherowncompMiy. In itie great
NOTE -Ml Fortcviut- iil wear the nrae
tieauittul costumes a worn durtns the pn- i
ductfrtDif thKpiay t the Lyceum Theater.!
cw Yrk. I
Prices -,e Veand 2V Mle nf seiti open
Tuesday moraine at ocKck at Harris's Hear
GRAND OPERA HOUSE:
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1887,
Out Maht Oil). .Ith Xatlrr at i I. 31. I
Two ltrat IN ml. white and colored nicely
uniformed. Uoimmy .Mark; luo Comical
Topiya; '.. Sawyer' Man INntinc Hi nod
Hounds, Eva's Little Shetland Pnny. cotinc
nTer One Hollar a iwund. the Educated Don
key, -ieon;e. Ker-snd' Troupe ot Jubilee
iSlncrs; Beautiful Sccneiy. pilnted expressly
fir this company. Watch f rtb Mret Par
alec en daily, and that will convince you
tht what mealirte we fulfil
Door open at ". performance at o'clock.
Ticket for both matlneeandcveninconsale
at Harm's ucar More
Or BUcfcLrprnr.it a dlrac which is con1dcrrd
lncnrable,butn bat yielded to the curative proper
tics of fetnrr's fcrrcinc now Lnmrn all over the
world as S. S. S. Jlr. Bailey, of We-t tsonKxrillc.
Jiasa. near Boston, was attacked tcreral years aro
w lln this hldeons black eruption, and w as treated br
II bet medical uliu. ho eooMocIraar that the
dueaae was a i-pucics of
and consequently Incurable. It is Impossible to de
scribe her uCcnis. Her tody from the crown of
ner head to the soles or ber fert ni a mass of decay,
naaaes of Be h rottlns off and Icavin; srrat carities.
Her fingcra rcctcred and three or four nails dropp.'d
oS at one time. Her limbs contracted br the fearfal
Blceratior. and forfcral jears he did not leare
Imt bed. Her wckht was reduced from IK tcfco lbs.
l'crtj xne faint idea of her condition can be
rleanid from the fact that three jounda cf Cosmo
line or o.ntincnl were ued jcr wtt L in drewin her
ores. Itnally the rhlcUr acLnonlrdcid their
defeat by this Black l olf. cud commended the euf
Jerer to her a!l-wi-e Creator.
Her l.ni-hand hearing wonderfel reports of the um
of bwirr's f-rrano iS. S. .), preaJed on her to
try it as a laet reisort. 8h t-jan its nj under pro
tent, but soon found that herTem was bein;ro
1 ev of the pmon. a the Kres assumed a rid and
lieallhy color, as thooch the blood was bccomlnc
Iure and acth e. ilrs. llaOry continned the s. s.
cntilla.t 1'tbruary; eerry'rewas healed: she dis
carded chair and crutches, and was for the fiif-t time
ra twehe jears a wilt woman Her hn.hai,d. Mr.
CXA.IUileT.is In rmM at ITVB'-srkstotieMreit.
Boston, and will take pleaure lu ciuc the details
of this wonderful enre. herd to ns for Treatise on
Blood and Skin DiM-a-es. mailed free
!Eata bwirT SrEcinc Co lrawcr3. Atlanta. Ga-
Flfi STEEP OR FIAT ROOFS
CAX BE PCT OS 1JV AJfY PEHSOS.
THOChASDS Or ItOLLS SOLD AjrjfUALLT
I OB BU1LDIXC.S OF EVEBT
8ETO rOR HEW CmCULMt. COTTACnSO
PBH-'E UST AND BEFEBEACES.
M. EHRET, JR. & GO.
423 WalHtrt Sireat, PHlLADELPHi
l Homeopathic Veterinar)
i apecmes tor
-HORSES, CATTLE. SHEEP.
I DOGS, BOGS, POOLTRi.
JVs&'bjV. S. Qcrersa't
Chart on Rollers,
1 Boole Sent Ftm
Humphreys' Med. Co.. 10 Tulton iL, T.
SPECIFIC Ho. 410
Mmtbbs Debility, Vital Weakness,
mveTTiMLotS TiUaadUrre vial ptnStr. tx 9
T"-' """"."lr,Lrir iua-t -. a .
fVtBaTMsVasVKJV mmmtmm vst.f ovw a -"
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
Btt to lh wor L
ninl RMiabltl Ic.
w.moiraU tf listtcitlou
tloti , rnwlt itie HI f
IVnii of tM4 djf- lrw
1hli soft and Iwaotfful
l icker Itntwn. Ks
plnios-T cln1r "
Tttt4d III V'1 stl
lor M) ppltrsiTHH, HVtV
timtli.ar th Vtanet pxtlsl
ittia'i Wig Fitfcirx
at)GtftUlia.X T Cii
.- r.M. f.trfKir.Mina'? Imxnf asit tjnhrowl-
erTSL,wnuldollinariiw. U iiolm.li llur I
nic Institute, Troy, V. V. The oldest end-1
neerlnjr school In America Next term beslns
Beptemberloth. The K-glsterforlsso contains
a list of the Kraduales Mr the past 61 years.
with their positions also course oisiuay. re
quirements, expens-. etc. Candidates from
a distance. or thaselivinK in distant states, by
special examinations at their homes, or at
such schools as they may be attending, may
determine the question of admission without
visiting Troy. For register and lull lnlorma
jlon address Darin II. Osia. Director.
fl . 1
The import inee of purlf.v Ing the Mood t an
not lw overestimated, for without pure
Mood jou cannot enjoy good health.
At Hits season nearly CTerj' out needs a
fond inrdicine to l'tiilfy.titaliie, ami enrich
the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla is northy
jour conSdcuce. It Is Iieculiar In tlial It
strengthens and builds up tliesvstem. creates
an appetite, and toues the digestion, while
It eradicates disease. Ivo it a trial.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is oM byalliltupgi.ts.
rrciured by (i L Hood & Co., Low oil, Mass.
100 Dosos One Dolta"
Cpon thelcttrliUof hope all dnj
3ly pcnlrftMvllooLmc faraway.
Enrni;W in tucli sufllcinjj thought.
That 'ren your abnen-T counted naught;
I'or llue tho sea of dudanct crew ,
And clear the arching atmn-pht-rv,
Till I could plainly we j ou. dt-ar -Isereih?
ami joyous eyed and true,
Aud constant .as of old I knew
In tlw far nwaj , whkh uow dreiy near.
Lily Oirry in New York. (impute.
THE ODIOUSNESS OF TROUSERS.
Tliey Iteeeal Inequality of Wealth A
I'lea Ttr Knee llreeelies.
Nonrticlc of clotliing more distinctly re
veals the comlition of a man tmrw than the
trvascrx. ThefinjinR nt Uio lower eiljeof
tbe leg, winch is Mir to ivnw ith much
wear, rnerally taken a? a sign of ery nar
row meant., and the lussins at the "knee,
which is also inevitable, lioides producing c
foumleml apiarance, like that of a horse
which is "gone"'in the foreleg", is a f-ign that
a man has only one or two pair. Jt U as
sumed by the world generallv that nobody
would wear trousers lairged at the knee, with
all the term applies, if he vwuld afford the
number of changes necessary to prevent this
phenomenon. In fact, almost the only
marked difference remainir; in our day 1
twrvii tlie clothes of n man of fortune nmi
leKure and thooe of a toiler of m.jjerate
meaas lies in the Mraightness and smiKilh
ness which mark the troupers legs of the
former. His wnrdrolic alwaj-s contains a
great many pairs. At any theatre, too, t ho
makeup of a poor teacher or litera- man, or
loor de il of any kind, includes imanalily a
luroi itaggy irou-ers.
Aud though last not least, the condition of
the trousers in muddy ueather is tomething
which it is painful to iln ell on, the comer
sionof nninehortnoof the luttom into a
wit and filthy band is only preventable iiv
turning them up, and wo all know how this
looks. An t-fliirt has recently lieen made to
meet the struggles of men of few trousers to
escape the bagging at thu kneo by an inven
tion of a machine called "tlie tiousers
stretclier.',wh:tliisl.terallya metal rack on
which offending trousers nre strtcheil over
night, aiKltliedtfprmit ITacl by a jwwer
ful tension in the direction of their length. It
may, therefore, 1 faid that on the whole the
knee breeches were the more deinncmtic of
Ihetwot They unih-rgo no ltgwierafion i'i
wear, eiceit wluit con- froni the actual il.
structionof the cloth. They reveal nothiig
as to the eonditjoti of a man's wanlrolie unUl
they nach their last stage. Tbey alwfcvs
look neat and tidy, and do not come in con
tact witn the mud, leaving that to be en
countered b n lt or stockine- whieb
be readily chanpeiL Hut they are in summer
a hot gami-nt, owing to tlx-ir fitting so
vnj;i unman me knee a defect, however,
which is jierhaps comts-nsateil by Uie )osi.
bility, without damage to apjiearaiice, of
making them very loose.
They are, too, now making a gallant effort
to regain their old supremacy and oust the
trousers. Thyjiave made conquests of most
of the sporting men and athletes, and have
made considerable gains in the continental
armies. The Turks, who abandoned them
under Mahmoud, Ui reformer, for the (ou
them) hideous tnmsers, luivo gone back to the
breeches. Som- famt attempts have leu
made to introduce them again into evening
dress, but these have faild, owing in part to
the light a nd t ri olous character of those w ho
hare made them. If undertaken in a serious
spirit by any of the crowrusl heads, or bv
Rteat warriors and statesmen, or in this coun
try by great lailroad men or stock operators
tlieentcq.rise would probably succeed. Xew
ITurroi in tlie lir.
The ice gathered in many New Jersey
ponds has leen found of late to be filled with
small particles resembling worms, which
have come to 1 called ice worms. A gentle
man near Dover, who found the ice in his
pond affecttsl in this way, made an investi
gation. He says the ond was tilled with
little wrigglers, and these were shedding
their skins. The skins floated to the sur
face aiyl adhered to the bottom of the ice,
and, as it froze from the bottom, filled it with
what looked like great numbers of little
worms. He has noticed that ponds plenti
fully stocked with fish are free from the
wrigglers. Chicago Tribune.
Creditors Not Admitted.
"How many calls did 30a receive on Kcw
Year'sT asked a K street girl of one from
I "I don't remember, but I think there were
-GoodueiK gracious, is that alll Why, we
' received iiiil."
1 'Oh. well," said the other, cruelly, "-you see
, we don't hav e as many creditors around town
as you do." Washington Critic
i Hank Examiner.
A movement is oh foot in Pennsylvania to
estalish the office of bank examiner. His
duUes will consist of a rigid examination of
the condition of the state financial institu
tions at regular and often recurring mter-
1 The Hon fteorge Bancroft is said to get hi
beard trimmed on the fourth ilay of every
SIIILOH'S A'lTAI.lZEK is what yon
need for coiisimintion. Is of Annetite'
I Diuiues-s, ami all sjinptonis of I)jpfp!a
j Price 10 and TS cents ier bottle. For sale
I by F. A. (!arvvood.
This powder nevervarles. A marvel of pu
rity, streiiEthand wholesoineness More eco
nomical thau theordinary kind, and cannot
be sold In competition with the multitude or
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
iiowders. Sold only in cans Koval lUkivo
ownia Co , lMi Wall street, Xew York.
r kYA aL
SOLEMN FACED FELLOWS WHO ASK
FOR "SPIRITUS FRUMENTI."
The Coinplalnt of m IrucEltt vTlio Cannot
Avoid Srillne Alcoholic Drinks to lllcli
Tonnl fiotliumltes Carrt Ine Arnnnil .
"What will itct me to advertise my busi
ness for saleT asked an uptown dniggist re
cently "I wouldn't darn do it, though, for I
would have a procession inhere next day like
a crowd of voters going to the ballot lx ou
election day, but enous!y, there are tunes
when I'm mad enough to do it. What I
object to is keeping a liar under fnlso pre
tences. Yet I have to, or I should lose some
of my lft customers. And that is just
where the trouble is. When a stntnjer comes
i,tt, - ..
ttl a, 1.1 r,llM lilS llAtlil IM 1it ctnnin.li mi. I ttMta
V , . . .
on an agonizing face, anil feebly mutters
that he'd like a little brandy and ginger for
tlie colic, why, I can tell him we don't sell it.
I know he's a hyicnte, who don't care to
walk up to a liar like a man and take his
drink; he knows I jlie when I tell him I don't
sell. it that way. Hut when my highly
resjiectahle customer wjio buys and whose)
fanuly bu) s all their drills and fancv articles
of me comes in and asks for a littlo tonic and
plain sin1 I can't lose his hundreds of
dollars of .sincss every )ear by refusing.
Now, the a rich man who lives nround the
corner on e avt-nue. He comes in every i
day aUmt ft o'clock, and all lie says is, 'I jttlo
sirup, III That means Holland gin with a '
little soda, nud a tl'umping glassful of gin,
too. It don't mako nuy difference whether
there are ladies in or not, and so 1 have in-
structed Ed whenever he comes in. to whisk)
perfumery around so that the smell of gm
Then the druggist pointed to a largo U.ttle
a trick-,-he said, "that I was driven to. Any
dniggist would think that was very queer
looking a.pia fortis, and s. it is. Tliat lwttle
contams my very liest whisky. There are
Uiroe or four men good fellows, splendid
customers who got into the habit of coining
going liehind the counter and helping
themselves to whisky, and to my best Uour
Iknl Sometimes tliey tiaid, sometimes they
didn't So I told 111 to fill the aqua fortis
tttle with the liest and puthe second gnu!
they say that
want "srinrrcs frumexti.
"I hate to have these scholarly fellows ak
for their nips. They come" in with solemn
faces, but with an eager eye, and say, 4It
me have some 'pinlui frunientu' I had
just as soon hear a man blurt right out, 'Give
me some Hourlion whisky; or when they
suggest spintus vini Oallid, that provoke
me. I'd rather they'd say French brandy."
Here tlie druggist heated a sigh, and then
added: "They exis-ct we're going to keep a
general intelligence office; get mad if we
don t know where Brown and Jones live; ex
pert us t keep a postoffice: get offended If
w e uon ikeepoeer, make oilier lotxs orremled ,
It we do, and then swear tecauM we can
make a barrel of lime water for tctn cents and
sell it for ten cents a couple of ounces, and
think our profit outrjueous. I know a drug
gist w ho has gone ojjp the business beca use
he couldn't stand it, and the last straw was
rather rough on him. He's a deacon and
prominent m-julT of his church. One day
he stood by the soda fountain, talking with
his iastor. One of his best customers, an phi
man, whoso trade was good for 1509 or 6H0,
Iierhaps more, every v ear, came in. Said he,
'I want some whisky and a little calisaya
hark,' and he said it right out before the
minister. My friend stuttered and hemnnxl
nud ha wed, for it was a bad give away to the I
minister, and at last he said: 'We don't sell
whisky except for medicinal purposes.' The
nvueoiueri.uue.aua now mese men come Scridula and Scrofu ous Swel tigs. Ulcers, "' " '' " -', ..' J, " " I " "--
In, help themselves, .mack their lips and Sores. IUieumatlsm, Kidney Complaints, 'lyt are the .iirwt causes of se enty-hve
swearUiat I have the finest whisky in New Catarrh, etc. can secure by mail, free, a JT"'' "f ?u.5 ' ''""''dics as biliousness,
v.,i-k i ilnnt mii. imt I ivni.t ,, wi.-., I .. r . in.. ...i ii. ...i .., indigestion, sick headache, costiveness. ner-
- ... - ...w. .-u. . .... .v ..UH li'l'l III 1IU1 -0.1&LtT iiiiisii:iit,i llinils in
customer asked him when lie had shut down worth and listing Usefulness will melt Into
on it, and thought my friend was joking, nud ' nothingness as time goes by, yielding neither
winked at the minister, whom he ikdn t I profit nor pleasure to herself or others, in
know, and then said. 'Come, ls quick- I want J stead of facing the years like marble, tmcor
tocaUhthe next car.' Myfiiendwas i.i a I roded und uncrumblmg. "Anbi.r',in Cluca
cold sweat, but said, 'Well, seeing as )ou are I go Journal
an old man and don't feel well, you shall hate .... . .,.-..,. , ,, ., ," ."" ,,
it' But the minister was no fool. He..-' "KMKIAU a lasting ami fragrant
timt,,t-ii i....,.,.- ...,-i i....,.ilP"funie. Price -i. and .'.0 cents. For sale
""""- -..j ".. ...j iinuu IMS bvii
-Couldn't you protect yourselves by selling
only on a ilij sician's prescription r the dniR
pst was iLsktsl. The idea seemed to aimi4
him. "Why," he said, "some of my customers
carry such prescriptions around with them
for emergencies, if they hapiien to be down
tow u or m er in Brooklyn, where I'm told the
druss'-t-s pretend to lie very strict," 'ew
How G. W. Cable Commenced.
"What kind of work did I do on Tlie Kca
yune! That's a question, and there is where
the trouble came in. There was no such thing
oi a du iion of labor in those daj s, and each
man had to do an thins and ever) thing that
might turn up. I hail stipulated at first not
to do certain kind of reporting, and th's
didn't please the old man very welL It was
one of his rules that each man should do
whatever was required of him, and I became
rather in the way. Then I wanted to be al
wavs writing, and they wauled me to be
always reorting. This didn't work well, and
so w hen the summer came on, and they began
to reduce expenses, it was intimated that my
resignation would bo accepted. I vowed that
I would never have anything to do with a
newspaper again, and I went back to book
keeping. I was in a large cotton house, and
I kept their accounts for a while, until I
finally offered to take entire charge of the
counting room at so much salary per sear,
and hire tvliat assistance I wantetL This
suited the firm as well as it did me, and I be
wail to do more and more literary labor.
Finally I employed a cashier, and all day I
would writo at my desk, only lieing consulted
by him on important matters. I was making
a liegiuning then. I first carried on a weekly
column in The Picayuue, but it wasn't very
pleasant to work for a paper managed by a
board of dilcctors, and ut last I quit it This
writing of trifles after a while grew weari
some, and I resolved to put it into stories.
But it was not until six jears ago that I
aliandoneil mercantile pursuits entirely for a
purely literary life. I drifted into it in tlie
most natural way iu the w orld, and I wouldn't
aliandou it now for all the fortune that could
Ins made elsewhere." G. W. Cable in New
Kheumntism an an Inheritance.
This seeub to bo a rheumatic year. The in
teresting but not welcome disease has included
m its fraternal grip men and women without
distinction as to ages or social conditions.
Stalwart President Cleveland has not been ex
empted from the list ot sufferers. It is a
mtsterious malady, and though there are
thousands of remedies, there appears to be no
rare for the plaguey complaint. An old lady
w ho assumes to know all about its oi igin inter
viewed the fomented writer of this para
graph, who lias been a two- months' suirerer
somew hat after this style: "Reumatis is a in
herited disease; you got this from 3 our
father or mother, didn't jerl" Ans: "Not
that I know of." 'Then you had it from yer
grandther!" Ans: "I think not." "Then j ou
certainly got it fromjer great-grandther."
Ans: "No, there was no rheumatism known
In my fanuiy history. Perhaps some of ray
ancestors may Ltve lieen exposed to the heavy
wet during the ucluge." "Look here, nrr
exclaimed tho old Lvdy, "I didn't como hero to
be made fun of," and out she bounced. Bos
Experimenting iVith Hair Dye.
In a sketch of the early life of Thomas
Bailey Aldrich, a writer iu HL Nicholas says
that when Thomas was quite young ho saw
ndverti-ed a preparation highly recommended
for making hair grow on bald heads. He
bought a bottle and applied it liberally to an
old liair trunk, whose long residence in tho
attic bad left it very little hair. Tho boy
I watched for results long and hopefully; but.
it isndded, tbey were not satisfactory. New
Tlie lteggar of Home.
It is estimated that the beggars of Home
j receive- 2,XK,(XA) a jear iu alms and that .VX)
' of them are worth from (15,0X10 to ti")tOHO
each. A Iloman who can make money by
begging is not going to wort
IN. tA-,ss. Blood Elixir Is the only
VsUlfrVy Blood llemedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcere, fcrup
tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the.
whole system, and b&nishesall Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
Frank II. Coblentz, orner Market and
' A Bad Nasal Organ.
For over four ears I havj been a great
sufferer from a terrible f 01 in of Nasal Ca
tarrh. 1 was greatly anno; eil with a coa
stant rnarinK In in head and in) liearun;
became very much impaired.
The discharge from inv nose was profuse
and very offensive, and inv Keneral health i
impaired. 1 tried most all prominent plij-1
slcians, hut they did not cure me, and 1
used various advertised preparations with-,
One day 1 chanced to read a remarkable '
article written by a prominent citizen of
Athens, Ca.. stating that he had been per
mantly cured by the ue of riicht Isittles of
11. II II. -Hotaiiic Hlood Halm. Heing
skeptical on the subject. 1 wrote to him on
the subject and received a most encourag
ing answer to the effect that he hail lieen
cured long enough to lie thoroiighl) salis
hed that n return of the disease would
I then sent to the drug store of T. K
smith & lira.
and piirclihscd II. II. II.
and to my utter astonishment and satisfac
tion, the use of ten bottles has restored inj
general health, stopped the roaripg sensa
tion, entire!) heaieil aud cured the nasal
catarrh and I am proud to recommend a
blooil reimsly with such (Mivverful curative;
properties. 1 shall continue its use a little .
longer and feel conlidelit that I will 1h en
tirely cureil of one of the most obstinate
cases of nasal catarrh in the country.
Tlie business men i f our town know of
my case. X. C. Kiiuaiih,
Lanipa-ssas Springs, Texas, Mav 1 1S'.
BLOOD OF A TEXAN.
For si j ears 1 have Imh'h atllicted with
blmxl poison, which couthiuisl to increase,
wliile physicians were attempting to cure
One bottle of II. II. it. has made me feel
like a new man, and 1 an nov rapidly re-
covering. 11. ll.vvis.
, Sa" Marcos, Texas, Jlay .1, lS?Mi.
Do ft Rlnnri at RninCUfipLf (in
Dau oluuu al Ol UII8WIWI, ua.
I have tried H. it. B. and found it a
sreat tiling for the blinxl. I also has Itheu-
' lllatl' Pains and the Use of one bottle of II.
!.. lias done the work, but I will linish
UP " ,,ie second bottle as a clincher. -May
iod spread It to ever) one, is inv praver.
W. K. Ki.i.is.
llninsivlck, Ca.. April U?, lssij.
AH who desire I
ull information about
. ,- . hii ii..i,
cure of Hlooil I oisons,
the above cause and
copy of our If-J-nage
Wonders, tilled with the most wonderful
and startling proof ever before known.
Address. BLOOD IIAI.J1 CO..
The Women Who Work.
As for the brave maidens, I love the work
ing woman those who go out into life and
pick their own apples, not those who sit in
the jiailoriind wait to lie fist ou the cook's
sweetened apple sauce. If I hid forty girls,
and each were heiress to t) fortune, I'd give
them all something to do m life. And I
wouldnt crowd them all into the overflowing
ranks oi learners aim prolessiouais, either
Clerkshij mid cashier desk and shorthand
tables need recruits from out the ninksof our
Iwst girls and there Is many a woman to-day
casting up accounts or fiiigcriiur a typewriter
who has made more of herself and will reap
a richer harvest by and by than if she had
cast herself into the rut worn deep by thoso
who think a classical edui-ntiou and a im h-
er's life the h'ghest and only respectable w ork
The girl who sits at borne and allows an
overworked father to supjiort her, compared
to the brave girl ho goes out into tho world
and flihts her own imttle, is like the "Io
Unthe" made of butter couiiansl to tlie same
figure carved in deathless stone. Her char-
acter, caicilies mid all those possibilities
which lay lvudv to make her life of durable
by F. A. Garwood.
it is to delude a jioor sullcrer into the
belief that some worthless liniment will
cure rheumatism anil neuralgia. Honcsty
is the best mlicy in the manufaituie of
proprietary articles as in all other mattirs,
and the fact that the proprittors of Athh -plioros
have never ilaimeil for it etui at!
its merit would warrant has not a little to
do with its w omierfiil popularity, ami the
thousands of grateful testimonials receivtti
by them show that their policy has Uin
wise as well as right.
Kxerience has amply demonstrated
that mere outward applications are worth
less. The disease has its seat in the blood,
and any remedy to l successful must dial
with the olistructive acid which imiUous
and intlames it.
Athlophoros acts on the Mora, muscles
and joints directly. It takes the poison
out of the blood and carries it out oi the
svstem; it invigorates the action of the
muscles and limbers the stillness ol the
joints. It readies the liver and kiduevs,
cleansing them from irritating substances,
and, if followed up after the rheumatic
conditions cease, it tv ill restore these organs
to regularity and health. (
Patrick Kagan, clerk for Say res Ai Co.,
Wilmington, Ohio, says: "I was laid up
with rheumati-m for four wteV.s. It would
Is; impossible for me to descril'C what I
endured. Niglitand day I wasaconitatil
sufferer, Irving every kind of a treatment
and medicine until I was almcst dis
couraged, as nothing pave me relief. As
soon as I learned of Athlophoros and what
it done for others right here in this citv.
I commenced using it. In two dav s' time I
was out of the house, free from rheumatism
That is over a tear ago and I li.it e never
been troubled with the disease since"
Every druggist should keep Athlophoro
and Athlophoros Pills, hut where tliey 1:111
not be bought of the druggist the Athlo
phoros Co ", Hi Wall St., New York, will
send cither (carriage paid) on receipt d
regular price, width is $1.10 per lioitle
for Vthlophoros and 50c. fir I'ills
For liver aid kidney diseases, dysreps'a in
direction, weakness, nervous dcMlitv, iiw im
of wojien, constipation heidiehe. lmpun
blood, itc, Athlophon Pill- sis unequultsl 4
Amusing a Mandarin.
The Chineso legation jx-oplo have Is'eii very
conspicuous in society this winter. They I at e
gone to every iarty where they have lieen
invited They are mm h more popular with
the joung ladies of Washington than they
would lie if it were generally known what a
low estimato even Chinamen of a high class
have of women who permit tho slightest sem
blance of social familiarity with them. The
Chinese are very much like children iu their
fTOilmcss- to lie amustl
I saw a joung lady the other evening nt a
reception where the Chinese were guests who
emplojed iu entertauuug one of the attaches
of this legation the same means that one
would employ to amuse au infant. Tho two
were seated ride by side in tfio supper room.
The Chinaman wore tlie traditional blue silk.
His red buttoned black skullcap was cocked
over on one side cf his broad, grinning face.
He could not sjieak more than half a dozen
words of English. Tho young lady was eat
ing ice cream with u fork. Bhe iau-ed ev ery
momeiit or two and playfully jabls-l this
fork at the mandarin. Each time the fork
was threateningly stablie.1 towanl m broad
breast ho would burst out in a roar of wild
laughter. He appeared to lie enjoying him
self at the ton of his lient- I dare say if the
young lady had bad n rattlelwx to bate (
WatCll Ulllier niS UOSe umcuiunn .,...
bate lieen complete. New York World.
My Lute llns Crown no Vert Knlr,
The envy of every girl;
The secret now 1 will declare,
'Tis in Chaplin's Liquid Pearl.
Earthquake shocks were felt In Itnly and
Monaco Friday. At Mentnne houses were
cracked, and tlie gamblers at Monte Carlos
were sutlicientiy alarmed to drop their
ftvvo tlie Children. They are es
UV pecially liable to sadden
Colds. Coughs, Cruup, Whooping Cough.
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Itemed a positive cure. It saves
lioars of anxious iratchlnff. Sold by
Frank 11. Coblentz, comer Market and
FAULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE
"I hnvcusedsjiiiiiiioiis l.iver I'eg
ulatorfor man) ) eat', having made
It my only faiull) misheiue. My
mother In-fore me was very ptrtial
to it. It is a safe, good ami reliable
tiieilicine for any disorder of the
s)slem, and if Used in time is a
great preventive of sickness. I
ntten ris'ouiinend it to my friends,
and shall continue to do so.
"ltev .'allies Jt. Ilolluis,
"Pastor Jt. F Church. So. Fair-
T me nd DnrlnrN Hills Sated bj al
wis keeping Miti'inonw Liter Hrgiila
tor in the hmi p.
"I have found Simmons Uver
Hegulator the l-st f.imilv ineill
ieine I overused for an) thine that
my h.iiien, have used it in Indi
gestion, Colic. Dlarrhir.i, Ilillioiis
ness. and found it to relieve im
mediately. After eating a hearty
supper, if, on going to bed, I take
alniut a tcaspiionful. I never feel
the effects of the supper eaten.
"Kx-JIajnr Jlacon, (la."
- OM.V OKM'IXi: ,
Has our tainpou trout or w rapper.
J. II. .i:il.l. CO.. Sole Prop...
! Enjoy Life,
what a truly beautiful world we live in
Nature gives us grandeur of mountains,
gens and oceans, and thousands of means
j of enjoyment We can desire no better
when in perfect health; but how often do
the majority of people feel like giv ing it up
disheartened, discouraged aud worn out
with disease, when there is no occasion for
! this feeling, as every sufferer can easily ob-
tain satisfactory proof, that (In-en's August
I lower, will make them free from disease,
ac , , iv,.,.i, .i ,:,, '
vims prostration, dizziness of the iiead, pal-
piiation oi the heal t, ami other distressing
symptoms. Three doses of August Flower
will prove Its wonderful effect. Sample
bottles, 10c. Tr) it.
Hussia's hand is moie distinctly shown in
the Bulgarian revolt. It is learned that ar
rangements had been made fora Kiissisn to
lake charge of thu government had the
movement been successful.
X cvYVW Of tho good things of this
" Vvvvl life are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
inaigesiian ana constipation; sold on
positive guarantee at 2o and 50 cents, by
Fank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The proposed Huntington bridge at Ctn
clnnati must be forty-three feet alnive high
wat,"r mark. So it has lieen decided by the
Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
bladder and Urinary Diseases, ft. At Druggists.
"linrCII ON nU.K" PII.I.S lOe. and ISr.
Small granules, small dose, big results, pleas
ant in ojieratiou, don't disturb the stomach.
nOC5II ON DIRT."
Ask for "Rougnon Dirt;" A perfect washrne
powder four-1 at last! A harmless extra fine
A 1 article, pure and clean, sweetens, freshens,
bleaches and whitens without tlfghest injury
laces, pncral household, kitchen and laundry
use. sjoftens water, saves labor and soap.
Added to starch increases closs. drevents Yel
lowing. 5c. 10c, 23c at Grocers or druggists.
I! A. West, of Detroit, Mich., has bein
placed under SlO.OOd bonds to answer b a
chug -of smuggling opium into the I'nited
Statts from Canada.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
j process of teething Its value Is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures djsen
tery and diarrhcea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving health to the
ehtld It rxsUtho mother PricB9So a bottle.
What tiik Shake Uki.u.vk A not t
Dieab.- They have 1 arneil fiom many
voars eierieiice tliat ni' e-tenths of all the
disease-, of mankind arise from lnierfert
digestion of food; for this rea'oi they have
spent ears of labor in preparing the Sha
ker Kxtract of Knots (sicgel's Suup) and
it operates like a charm iu ail cases of indi
gestion. It is not what we eat that makes us
strong, but that which we digest- This is
thediH-trine of the Mount Ibanon Shakers.
People who are weak and languid, tired
and leeble otten wonder. Tlie reason Is
that the food eaten dot's not give strength
because it is not digested. The Shaker Ex
thract of Hoots (Siegel's Syrup) will restore
the digestion to a healthy condition and
drive avva) the headache, the pains in the
side and back, the distress after eating and
make the sleep afford rest.
15. B. Moore, druggist at Chaiiiplain, N.
V., writes: "We are using jour medicine
in my family for constipation, resulting
from dy.siepsia, with the most satisfactory
1 here is 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 asCarter's Smart Weed and Bella
onna Backache Plasters. 47r
Scrofula, Impoverished lllootl
Scoff's Emulsion of Pare Vml l.iver Oil,
icltlt JiMiMji'iosu'iftcs, has 1111 equal in the
whole realm of medicine. Head the follow
ing: "I gave one bottle of Scott's Emul
sion to mv own child for .scrofula, and the
effect was marvellous." I). V. t'ltvr.M.
1)., White Hall, Iud.
Tin: f.KsT MKiucLAi. writers claim that
the successful remedy for na-al catarrh
must be non-irritating, easj of application,
and one that will, by its own action, reach
all the remote sores and ulcerated surfaces.
The history of thu efforts to treat catarrh
during the past few jears obliges us to ad
mit that only one remedy lias comuletelv
met these condition, and that is Ely's
Cream Balm. This safe and p!eaant rem
edy lias mastered catarrh as nothing else
has ever done, and both physicians and pa
tients freely concede this fact. The more
distressing svmptoms quickly yield to it-
Klldorsfluetlt of tl I.eaillllgl'tlstflail.
"I have ueil Derbjs l'roph lactic Fluid
extensivel as a disinfect.intaiid deodorizer
and find it an admirable preparation.
Whenever there are otTeii-ive discharges
from wounds, abscesses, etc., it is wonder
ful in its action. I consider it the best
preparation 1 know as a gargle in diphthe
ria or scarlet fever.
J. Ckksvv r.u. Lkvvis. M. I).. Phila.
I "The Greatert Care en Earth for rain." WIU
reliere more quickly than any other known rem-
ed: IJurumatium, Nenralrla,
Itorni iscald Cut Lurnb
po. llenrlfiy, orw, tYcmt-bitU-n,
Jlarbarht-, oiiitur. Sor Throat,
Soiatinu oundi. Ile&d&cha.
Toothache, Sprwn. etc iiicfl
Seta, a boiue. Sold by ail
rdraf-1rtn. tutlon. Th (rfn
nine Salvation (hi bears oar
rfguttred Tnle-Mrk, vnJ oar
lToprietori, Baltimore, MdL. V. & A.
A. sJ. sirjer at .., dmb
Dp. Dnira Conch Bvra
Conchatonce. l'rlce on
23 CU. a bottle.
WHAT RECOMPENSE t
I (Bot' n Transcript-!
Ho nujhl have suug n song Ins worll should
, Whose cl'trion notes hnd runj so loud anl
' That men hid li-tnnei anl teen mule
Tlie Isjtver lor the fray
Toe mod an 1 care of everv dav.
Stronger to l-sr the heavy bur lens laid
By life ou toiler in the . uwanl wav;
Hut fate said nay
She might have ha 1 the right to sny, "Jly
The jov of being lovel she might have
Hn 1 wrop-lar und her as a shiel 1
From everv stin :in;, j is riu I dirt
Of envy, hitr-d or lii'illclous nrr.
The mantle of n love that would not
To any foe, but die to save hei heart;
Hut tats said nay!
810 wept her vani-rel hopes, vet sweeter
Tne jsith of silf- lenial that Wn I up to liol.
He di I lii work iri t le .mill sphere
That (to 1 had triveti him and labored welL
Thftltlire w Tl t alo-w can tell
What rei-omrense -hoiil 1 come to tbo-e
How me'kly. nnl work on, nor cur-e the
Tliat sounds fstes nayl
THE PARIS ELECTRIC LIGHT.
Th Incli Capltnl to Have an Artlflcla!
Sun Tin 1'rojert.
Psiri-. letter i
rnrfc I to have n i e.v nn I artifirial sun;
or at least f cb I the pr HHwitinn. It i not,
like Col IngrahmN IuipIc moo ,. to revolve
for tlii Ixi et of matilvin I hi general. Imt
iu dory 14 to Iw nn.inx.!i m1 ,y the ti My
an 1 Iirilliant city. () M Itounlau htn
workel cut all tho iIpUiU of tho sbotna,
an 1 has lail lxfore th Ncity of Civil
Kit;ine?r-t Lh plans for approval ani for
The project reduce.1 to it- lowest term, is
to plan upon a column .Sh) metres in Leiht
(a lit'le lo tbnn 1,0J fet an electric liht
of unpreceilenUvl magnitude. Th-j particu
lars of tlie construction of thu niculern
tower of ItibI have been very minutely
worked out. nu 1 the plain show at leo-tt
Kroit uueuuity The fttructur vrmll bo
cylindrical, tLe architect bavins after care
ful study concluded tins form to le mt.t
(table. It nouil CDn-si-t of a ba- 21G feet
in height. In which would be etablihed a
Ii-rtiian3nt museum of electricity. Above
thi. woull n-e a s.x-story column sur
miunUsl by a roof fonnin; a promnatle.
and cajiahle of accoinodatins 2,0l0 p-jron-i.
Tbeceutral granite core, sixty fee in diam
eter, woull b Hurrtunded with an ornu
mental framework of iron face! with crpper.
Thi. woul 1 bj divi led into iI .to
rU, each cuitainm; ,,mi rom? sixteen
fet in h (fight and fifty feet simre, de.i2nd
for aerotberapic treatments. Tatienti
couU come here to find a purity of air that
U usually met with only on mountains. Tne
central core woul I be hollow, as to jiur-
mit oi all sorts of i-cienttnc experimeuU be
This combination of muums scientific
stations health report', and so on, would
alone . enough to entitle iL Bourdai-.
column to rank a-, the chief wonder of the
world, but all this is suliordinate to tha
great sun which should blaaa en high, and
fliorl with a radiance only Its absolute than
daylight, the whole city. The enormous
electric lamp, of which the mechanism has
been carefully and MrientiGcally tudied by
one of the mo t prominent tirnm of elec
trician in Tans will have an intensity
equil to tbit of J.(XKJ.0OO Carcol burners;
and if that does not illuuiiuato the city the
Society cf E-ijmers think the problem of
light ii,; may as well be given up.
CI course there is a statue in the rlan.
the figure in thiscae to represent the Genius
of Scinc, which w 11 be of sulllcient siza
to mike the entire structure l.I&J feet hi;h.
What will be the result of so treinenJou
a localization of electricity has not, so far
we are able to learn, been stuHeJ out
, " would e unfortunate if the grand tower
I cent r of such magmtule thst the climate
of Pari should biennis wor-o than that of
findon and the beams of the artificial sun
should tie sretuitly oliscured by black
and lightning vomiting clotil.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It is the best
preparation known for all Lang Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, 50c
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
DismuunHED Ladib Who Use It.
Il h tt twtt IVtrt BrrirliMI t W W"!
n J far tit f atnr t hii Mr C Mltrf.
S1Uda.1t Adeline Fatti.
Is,imsr. EtJira,ll.t'0. Srd htlimJUwlT,
I W th n Waimr. tr Afru ot y 1I.1B
I HimI ft f w mrvn-ir V Ut n I rrtnUw War
ever tfjta Vri.
Clara Jjovlao Kellorc.
1. Rtw nw rlrarore tn mU 10 tMn t . Ibt
it Uum h have tJrwvly nKmind rur
" 1 jui tn Tt a j" Mat I extra tb stUlatV-Uoa It
; lua av.Isslcd m.
Tor tltst kaaJa. irihi m - I finJ It afrfar la
Jomi. Victoria and ilocina mm.
V .Ism lvs a Bjasnr t avial r WatllnWltJ f
ltd .tltriTs nvtiU M a. cuwutrlia f V U tOtppUxVaH. I
.1 H Bnl U with tUf MlMaKUJO.
Yfir"l4uno 1'atBtL U m ftBt ttnortlc.
Ifa-lsmtir ' Lorn I .i."aiMt srtet T
Iktul tftUdf fwmtWr.stlllOtjItJTtriwBii.B.
I (swridVr It far Kuwrkst U uv ftjtk.1. f k ktnJ
la fcM la IhU eounty.
I flnj rrar " Ljtji it IlakL" U t tl lWt wt
rU I know of.
Mm. D. P. Eower.
Lmhtrtltl akJhfsa lBTT mat a rsaanvtlr'. aUlsl f-
I fran loja xm tffaxia, iur Uia 1 cbafrfallf iw
CoiuLlaas U ti ha iK- f HMi.tLi f. fit- .V4n T
Lt rttf nmts!. 1 rwiimry miwawM U U ail tnj
fVtuis vti th fuL!k corrmlN.
Sara Jen tt.
I Vrtlilt to atilJ id aVauiunn In thai nwl-
asttinn 0 Ctimniinfa1
FoT Wantif nnr tK. n.nltlii. wtlkml harm Lfe
ti wUa vvut LiQcid 1'babxm t. l6tnjmtwW.
EXPRESSHD FREE: I larue 7-. bottles
white or pink, for Sl-V). To mauy imlnts 1 hot
tlefiirTSc. rryyuur ilruKKist first.; Doled
secure from observations Chahtus Mia
Co.. 115 Fulton St . X Y
P. S. -Mention this paper
MEASLES. CAT KIM,
(L1 A(!E, Ec , Elc.
Entirely rllet-eil by a Jetlee which is pnsi
titelylutislhle atnt which has been rerom
nieniieil hy every physician who has examined
It. It Is successful In eases where etery other
(let Ice or remedy hasf.iiled. It may he worn
six months at a time without remotlne, caus
Ine no p.iln orlncontenlence
I For sale onlv hy the intentor.
j II. ,. n.ll.Ks, llrlili;rMirt, Cmin.
. Aiivi'KTliKlts-Lovvest rates forad-
I NertrtinKin . .'" c"" news .apers aeni - ,enjlvl Bfairai WOrk . .houid I rd by ererj
fre Xddress I.EO P. K0U bLL .. ( 0.. 10 l who u nerTOUS ana debilitated. Address.
..prJeeM...Ne ork R & roxiha MooU.u., Conn.
I AIlYAflEVTS Article new: selisf-t. Xo
Address K. P. LH'KEs,
I RESTORED, nrmedv
I lTf. A lctimnf jonthful
Iiinmiat ncecauamr iTwma
turw Decay. Xenrmia IH:U11
rr f witMav.nrwtiul Jbn hav-ttnf
tried In vain erery known rercdj . hat diitcneretl a
tlmple peifrure. which ha v. ill aeud x'ltt-K to hit
X J. -MASON. Txmt Uffls Box Cl, Kw Tczk at
SiToriiloii". ItilnritPc! ami (infa-
geoiis IIiiiik rs Cured
'pilKOl (ill thenieilium of one of your books
tist. M'P'do. l'a 1 In-caine atiU.unted with
nuri ith i hi itsnniRs, and take thisnppor
tunity to lestilv t.i jou ihal their usr has per
manentlveurid ineidiiiienf Ihe irst cses
of hliMMl piiisuiilug. lueiiliuectnill uitli erjsls '
ei.is, mat I have ever sren. and this alter h l
lugheen priinounred ineunihle hy some of the
hest phjsii-lans of our e.-unly I take great
picture In l.irardliigt.. ..uthls testimonial,
suifering (rum similar malailles may be en
couraged touite your iiririm li.vanits a
trial. p.-.. Wlliri.l.SUKU.
Ueferenee Frank T. Wray,
.HCKOKl'l.m'i I'M Kits. I
lames E. Kichardson. Custom House. New
Orleans, on nalh,s.iTs "In IsTu .-crotulius I I
eers hroke out on my IhkIv until I was a mass
f corruption. Kverjihlng known tothemed
leal farulty was trieil lu lain. 1 heeame a
mere wreck. times could nut lift my hands I
to my head, could m.t turn In hed. was In '
constant palu and looked upon life as a curse
No relief or lure in len years In lsso I heard
of the Ci to i i r.miniK.s. used them, and was
"rn to before I ri. Com. J. I). Crawford.
0i: OK TIIK VVllltsT CASKS. '
ve have been selling vour Ccth rst Kkvf I
ms forytars.and have the first emnplaint yet I
to recelfe (ruin a nuiehasrr One nl the worst i
cases uf s'crufula 1 eterstw was cured hv the
use of hvetsitt es ufi uncurl Itesolteiit. uti
curl, and Ciitieurl suap. Ihe jap takes the.
"cake" here as a medical oap I
T ) 1.0 K A r U bolt. Uru.'gists. I
tnd I ontageous Humors, with loss of Hair
and Kruptiuns ot the .skin, are positively
cured by ct tii I m and 1 1 tici hi mi r extrrually
aud I't ru i ki Ili.soLtrtT Internally, when all
other medicines failed, .send for Pamphlet
IiltrtiGlirs, st; tiii:m.
Hehateobtain-I sitisfaclory results from
theuseof the utlcurl Heniedles In our own
n medics tor dls.-ases ul the skin and blond
The dem imt for them Kro4 as their merit he
conies known. M M'.MILLAN nu,
Drujsiists, Ijitrohe. I'a.
re sold everywhere. Price: iithisi. the
lireit skin I ure He ( im i hv -ir.aii i:iui
site lieuiiifler k iirniiv Kt-ol v ist. the
New ill m1 Purifier, si Tomtit bsn. aNP
CiiEuiriL Co.. Boston
pTfPI.K. Blackheads. kiL Blemishes, and
1 1JI Baby Hum irs. use Citii i nMjr.
Havetouawakeu.u from a disturhet sleep
with all the horn 'lie sens it ions of anassass'ii
clutrhlngyuiir throat and pressing the ilfe
breath from your tightened chest ' Ilateyou
noticed the lan.-uor and dehlllly lh.it succeed J
theetTort to clear the throat and he-vl of this
catarrhal matter ' hat a depressing Influ
ence it eteris noon the mind, eioudiug the
memory and tilling the head wlih pains and
strange noises' How difficult it is to rid the
nasal pass ies. throat and !iiiu;s ut this poi
sonous iiii.'us.i!l can testily who are arnh-ted
with eat irrll How dimcult to protect Hie
system ugaiijst its further progress towards
theluugs. liver and kidney, al physinans
will admit. It is a terrible disease aud cries
out fr relief and cure
lhereniarkableciirative powers, when all
other remedies utterly fail, ol .-tMosn's Itu.
icili'i k. are attested ! thousands who
urateltillv recommend it to fellow sufferers
No statement Is mail-re:ar.Iliii:it that cannot
be substantiated ny the must respeciable and
Eich packet tontainsone hot tie of the Kile
real 1 rsr. unehox of t atiksiiil s,,Li KT an,i
in luraoiiiii Imhiks. wi h treatis-aud direc
tions, and is si, j by all drugjsis fur -1.
Ponrn Dun ixoCioum ai. Co.. Boston.
HOW MY SJDE ACHES.
From the bench and the counter.
from the toom and sewluir machine
goes up Ihe cry of piin aud weak
ness chllig Mles anj Hack, Kid
eyani l terine I'aius. Mniltisand
i Mu s. I ouzhs. ( olds and 1 hest Pains, und
every 1'atn.iud cheof daily toil ieiit-t.it m
one minute ov jije nlicurn Anti-I'aln
I'li.trr. e. elegant and Infantile. U
druirgists. jic flveforsI or of Potter Drug
and t hemical 1 o . Boston
-IIM.'I.I: RAKREf. SHOT GfX. SJ.00
sIMll.K HHKIX'II I.IHOEIJ. I.OO
no 1 11 1. k " " 10.00
l'rlce. 00 other soods In proportion.
PARKER, SMITH and OTHER CUNS
rv IOHED TO KIWOT CT.OIK.
Hluatrateit t'aialuzue and price last sent Free.
Js C HANDLE cl SONi cici.nxato
ArrctfmprvTpnwiitotTcrlloU tylf Prevrnt
japtrtTtrf fruui h?jd or tlw wiiL U.l-urtt qnalitr
TtulMrsiL ln-futIj-ttnL-nL rMlebr li&ni
war Llrs 1U1I ilzea MPrtrfl wm w ul t. nr
T4.rT".Mev J vn rreip or $i i mj. oair
ILZllt.'tljtJe. N. T
ThsTse Wsahboanli ate made with
a ItcnMVooa nia. The Ecrocg
et board and bt waiuen in tha
witld. For sale by all desJr.
Takp on other.
SAGI'AT M'F'C CO.,
I CURE FITS!
tTba Z j f u I o tat ms-vi milj to tp Umib foe
a Hum b4 tbrB ha ls-ta ictura sTJa. I otu a rivt
Wl cor. I tva) .$ trt Ls- f FlTi, tit
llpsv r rixio siCKti- m iir i4r tiy. I
mtl my imrJy tu er tA waiil . Bfrtut
MtMfs ! rtill I no I-, for sol now rwsHvtnc a
' SoDsl at woo (rr .! tvitsl pi Butttst of my
inrann4t -m-&f i Etptvm m ruatosu-. ji ouu ya
twtiaat; tor t-il, aai I wtil rsr yoa.
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ln1aix bro lV,n rurM InrTftHl. m trte 1. mt f in
1a vt cAcax-r, tt.t I ci ftvitj T KUT1ILS KKKE.
i; tbs-rtt&aVirCABLE TKLATIE on tLls iljmm
maj nSrr GIrOstxp-rrtaDd r O atfslrc
Wlmse TITtUTY U f!lnir Tlrsl ! VlVFIl sis'.
i:IIAlMl I lo. liw,.r 1'ICrJI V 1 1 Ktl. It VT
t II riar rtn 1 a reefeet and rruali'0 cure In tl
FPENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES
crt?uateabyrrr. J Will I VI.K. of i ri,r t..c
Adopted by all Krt-nch rty-tcUim atnU tmir rapidly and
nKt-etulfy introductl bvre. All .kt-nuiljitrs u!
iralm protnjitly cLuvrkeJ TI.I1U I!. t-iTlnir ne
pa'peranlliiticale'5vrtBs?nt.tc Ki:!' 0nult
'knforniorbt mall) with fix stmlnrDtOoctsirs r'KLK
;IVIALE ACEhCt. No. 174 Fulton Street, New tor
The Oris tin I and Only ticnalne.
!ifr a ftlwiri Kft!kht Hsur worthlsiHM ImitBUmi.
tadliftbte to LADIES. A-L ynr Prscsta tor
l'hltkrttT rngllmh l t ao M&n1. mt ukkx 4e.
ftAmp(to dm . ructlars trttt by rsrtvra wall.
NAME PAPER. hleke-ter bml-t C-
ftldbr Dranl-urTerTwhrre. aa tor Ckls-be
f.er LBtfUtV lcaajrjal 111W 7aBaUac.
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TO WEAK WEN
SunVrius from the effects of yuJthful error, early
i dtvay,watsiinweakneM,lo(t mauhood. etc. I ill
aend a valuable treatise fealed containicg fall
particulars f Ar home cure, p R t E ' eharge. A.
Tkc Crcat xllh lrccrl9tlen
Cures Weakness, Spermatorrhea,,
Amission $t Jmpott net a.naadi U13-
vt eaes cause.! tiy sw-lf abu or In
lifw discretion. Onenacka' l.ix i(
befori Bvmiil Wnr forPamnhIt. fArrtHl
Eureka Cbemlral Co., Detroit, Sllcia.
Call t or. 1 Mr ssTlieo. Troupe, 1irUt;c(st
corne Malnnnd .Mxrktt ttrets, Spdusfleld
i to va ys
f7 cv Sirtcur.
Cl.elnd, Vulnmbos, Clucn.i.ivtl an
12 New York A Boston Exnress.
2 Jieveland A Kasteru Eiprtsa
ciew a ura(i.iuutea JtxpreSS.
.iieni txprts . "iam
1 tin Hjlng Uuckeie T-xjim
, J-'nclpa" inilUuapoIls hxpresa ll.uoam
in i i i ; i "U1"t" -- l-pni
- viub... .ui..,.. iiuib ji tvaa. ex
.. 7j am
9 Nlftht Eipreia
1 Clu i-ltlui; kutki.VH
1 Cleveland Cincinnati Express.
i ) Mew Kork. BoatonJ CloeiDU.- Lx 'ibnm
t 7..,.. . l-'n:""i''1 "- -Pa
. fc. ax"x raos bocth.
f'nt Express nSam
i aTtoa-oprtnuneld Accom.fr't Suiaju
1 Jlew lork Boston Limited - do
I Cincinnati i bprinKBeld Accom
. vicieuuu a uaiern express
.No. 12 has through sleeorra to V i.r'v ua
Tun... .. ii .
lotion without change.
2 U..to? lJnu limited express, com
ed entirely of aleepers. east oi LleTrland.
rtiroufc-h sleepers from bprlnmeld. Makes
e. orkla -JUH hoars sad Boston In 24
-No. 27 has free Reclining Chair ear to bt.
Louis without chanice.
. . a. H. KSIUIIT,
.' r Il5?5t.,w", 9tma Stoamshlp Aent,
J-SMITH. Arcade D-put.
r. A. SBrinxUsld. 0.
sdlasa, Blooa.lB(ton and Western lt.ll
axxiTs rao. ubt.
I ftlKDl tx . l-ss -m
5 Pacific Mall and Ei
2 Kansas City Ex
2 Colntnboi Express
4 Atlantic Mali.
5 atdusly .Mali
Sew York Limited
- s.-l am
. V St am
. 1.1 pm
XlaXTB raOM WKST.
2 Eattern Ex
5 tfew lorkLlulted-
1 Sight Express.
3 Kansas City Ex-
ataiTB rxoif soara.
I Cincinnati Ex ,
5 Kenton Accommodation-
3 Columbus Mali ,,, ,
1 Lakeside Ex
I Put-In Bay Ex
S Sandusky Ex..
. 10 on am
. 5:3 pm
Ohto SoatJhTii KalLrtMuf.
1 Mall and Ex
. 4:31 pm
. a. Warn
. 10:25 am
3 Balcbrtdge Accom
I Mall and Ex-
t Balnbrldice Accom-
ntta, OlB. m BU Louis K. B L. M. Dll
1 Fast Llae .
7:15 a. m.
1 -u a. m.
? 25 p.m.
o.iu p. m.
II sui. Accom.
9 Western Express
tiaiTi rioM trioT.
to isnls Aeeom
- 7:15 a. m
10SJ a. m
. o:0p. m
5.1O r. m
1 I tntted Express
1 Columbus and KIcbiond l:sl'
Dallv iDailT.seerr siimlst-
Tralns Nos. 11 and ! rua solid to Richmond.
Train No. 9haschaircarfrom sprlnittleld to
Trains Xos. 6 and 12 run solid from Rich
mond to tprlucneld.
.V 0.6 has chair car from St. Louis and points
west to eprlncneld without chanse
We make last tlms and sure connections.
Take a ride with us.
Sim. Dodds. Ticket A;ent
V. Y., P.nn. Ohio B. E.
All trains ran on Central time 25 minutes
slower than city time.
So. 3. Cln. iSt Louis Ex.. dally 1:11 a. m
" 1. Accum-dally etceut Sunday Joj." a. m
" 5. St. Louis Ex.. daily. 1ST p. m
TRAISS LCaVC GOttO K.sT.
So. t. Xew York Limited, dally. 10-42 a. m.
" 2-Accom .diilyexceptSunday-5sjT p ni.
" li Atlantic Kx.. daily .. 15a.ffl.
TtalS ABXITE rSOV THE VKST.
Ko. 4. St. Louts Limlted.daily. 10 40a. m.
" 2. Aecoin..dallyexceptsunday. 5-n p. m.
" 12. New jork Ex, dally. . 2:15a.m.
TbUISS LEaVKGOISG WEST.
So. 3. Cln. A St. Lonls Ex.. dally 1:4T a. ra
" 1. Accomdaltyexcept Sunday l:t0a- m.
" 5. St-Louis Ex.. dally. . 4:4Sp. m.
No.4 h-s sleepers, but no change of cars li
either case throueh to New lork. No. ihas
through sleepers to St. Louis All traluS ar
rive and depart from I. B.Jfc W. depot lu this
torticketstoall nolnts and farther infor
mation. callou J-D. l'HLEOlX.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The lesdlnr S3. Sho
of the world. Mode of !.
btit rouiiU. prJVct At and
twpenor to hoe naaally aold
a. tt an. A ITwtrT
pair warranted. Con-
STM.Bcttoi. t Lace.
The crtxt drmAna for th! hoe hasbrtri aaS
elent enarantee of U lellabllltr,. tn make the rab
lleitlll better tattsSed.ve hrenndntifhlrapnTe
menuthAtthrreean be no qcenilontooorc aim of
CliVtnif ftV-( sSaetm th writ
W. L. DOUGLAS 20 SHOE.
for qenXrmtn. lticU. tit t-sutium i iria
atock. d4 taai. if not gap"lor. M tbe (stioe
adTcrtlaed by otber flrra. We JaTite a personal
lnpct1n and rompirKm before pnrchaalnp.
Hi SIIOK FOB BOYS. S-ameitylet the
$3 &". l arelul.jr ana satwtantlally midf, m r:th
and nReqnallfd as a aebool hoe. If aay of the
atoTe raanot be hid at your dealcrXwRd addreie
postal toW.L IMailaa. Crcclttoa. Mas.
PAXSON &L WELLAND
No. 9 Kut Main Street, Mprliic:n'il, O
CU'lTAZ. ----- $4M,MH)
SURPLUS ----- 4tH,tHq
Accounts of Hanks. Bankers and Corpora
Our facilities for COLLECTIONS an- excel-
i lent, and we re-discount fur Hanks when bal-
1 ances warrant It.
t lion ton Is a Keserve City, and balances n ita
us from Jlankstoot located la other itesere
Cities) count as a reserve.
We draw our own Exchange on London and
the Continent, and make Cable transfer and
place money by telegraph throughout the I'al
ted at.ites and Canada.
(JoYernmeiit Bondi boucht aid sold. and Ex
changes tn .Vashinston made for Banks with
out extni charge.
We bare a market for prime flrst-cla In
restmentecurtlie9. and Invite pro,MaU from
States. Counties and Cities when Hsuim:
Wedo aeeneral BankinR business.andTia
1 te correspondence.
AHA P. rOTTKK, 1'revitlrnt.
JOH. TV. WORK. Cahirr.
I'm- Bmmt au4 KutlbtiaiT
pssrppsw. K Mill uiUa
Sana ttn htmn
ittt. OB KAsl tW Um
8nl tor Ulatcracevl eft
ft4 pric UU, ITM.
15 Or. FILE
THE H. P. HUBBARD CO, Judicious Ad.
vertising Agents &.&petts. New Haven,Ct.
uur Aunionzta atfenn no can m-
if our gnr iott
aaen!iif rates. AayefHemncst
tignsjd, proofs wwn end tttmi of
cost in ANT rMpaprs.T(ywarcaTo
rtsponsibl partiaa upon appcaton
Car. Chestnut mnd Klchlh Ms.
Reeelte Advertisement, for this Psrer.
cctiuitcc rirairirtaMFtTOue core
COllHAIUat LooMt Cash Rates ffltL
?.VAYFR SON'S PiNUSL
Sole Agent Wanted
InererycitT with a Capital oa Ttv.rtt
Htb Dollars and upw-trds to tske the agen
cy foranbLCCTKIL'sL rteylce for LltHir
IVOiiAtan' other ELECTRICAL Noteltles.
which re luire caavassinj; lrom h use to
house. Men of experience preferred, with
tlrst-class reference. Address
Tk. Emplx City Elactr'c Co..
779 DROADtTAY. Xiw Toac.