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REPUBLIC, TEDKESDAT EVENING !NLAY 4 1887.
I 74 1
The Importance of purifying the Wood can
not te overestimated, for without pure
UMmjofXfamm jottiHf Mltfeif
-... s-r. i-. -iV ..ei.. lan-reus-avi eartiiy jsaTmuso; o.s tor. eeraeil-RliiivUi
Bt4 Wf " Wtt WS aan'lnricU?flten.W tiR-sea-v 4. the rhttitfdaQdiiilAll
the- MwilriiBoofffjijuimara,tfenhy HupeTTt McTJs.Tiiis Tittle sTTllsli irr-itill
jour confidence. It is peculiar iu that It
ltka4,iijM.aie.TihlY.TSrlifc i'i -
lIfVirK4TiUaUHilUiylUjiiKlr)j.. Wvtt. um to w liatItupert.St..Ter
rtepireJtj CITllood i. to- Lowell, Masv jnyn's jjLitl v ofiilered h lugli hdd
IQO OQgftS One.PQUar - r-jt.tligfoUy;of-iinliItiBc tlutdiuhcalel-
" " Mile frirl to the tliniu,tiwit thclOAb of St
Jenny n was front tuntlnliierniirmtVfionii
Cn only lie preserved by keeping the
scalp clean, cool, and frea from dau-
drulT. and the
failing out. and U? ft tha s?0
. 7. iV C '-'"-
a BenUejaanjlfiy, y trs.ot aee.-n ai fast
losing tilt liairranTI what remamel n as
growing t;ray After trying arious
dressings vtb.oatfert, Iwaiuumenua
ad,to-mT rrat aurprite, oomrKd
"and. to y.grjai.jSJ.rpriaj corrirltl
ruvwfuIo hair I without staiuinir the
-t s , .s -ftN , .' ..-z". ..
ntniT iu c lumc rinue m ttrvirn I.
had when I was 25 years of age."
Ten Years Yjuagei
Mrs. Jlary-MotHgonat-rsxtf -Boston,
wntes. "For years, 1 was compelled
to wear a dre.s cap toconoeal a bald
spot on the crown of mylieaiV but jiow
I gladly lay the cap aside, for your Hair
Yigor upbringing out a new growth. L
could liailly tnu-t my sejise faen I
first found my hair growing ;,but thorn'
it if, andjl am iaelighted. tool lei!
ytwivoi'ixyer." , X, .
A similar result attended the ue of
Ayer's Hair Vigor by Mrs. 0 O. Pres
cott, of Chariest own. Mass., Mls Besnifl
H. Bedlot.Vt Burlington, Vtr, Mrs. J. J.
llurton, of Bangor, Me., and numerous
The loss of hair roav be owing to im
purity of the U!o-i or derangement of
the stomach and liver, in ulurh case,
a course of AjtxS Snrsaparllla or of
Ajer'a l'HIg, in connection with the
Vigor, may lie neeessary to pup health
and tone to all the functions ot the,"
liody. At the same time, it cannot be'
too strongly urged that none of these
remedies can do, lunch good wjthont
a pereering trial and strut attention
to cleanly and !euier.ito habits
Ayer's Hair Vigqr4
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UoS bjr Drojjf iu nd 1'erf mntr. i '
pa, HmtPHasrs' eoos
Cloth & Cold Binding
tit rS.Wilil SkMl lHOf
list or nzsarxi. hos.
Frvars. Cnacetiii. Innammatioos M .25
vornia. "wmirrtr .unn4Mic . .X9
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nifUTbra. 01 uuiamiorAdDiu
(atk. CahA. HM&txhiU
Sevimlsts. TootbKchc, l&ocb. ,2ft
&XM99lm. litltoas MabiwII...
mniHiH or Painful PrriWa
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BAHROAD TIME CABD.
OlfTCtand. Oalambaa, Cincinnati avad
S Sight Express 1.30 am
U New Tork M Boston iprei y.35am
2 0fTeVmd.4 Eastern xpnn 3.40 pa
Sew Tork Limited Express 9 45pm
ST sjp cton-Wes. Ex.
i vi n ttyiiutuuckere.
z Linannatl JriniIaapolliJiipnjslI.OOin
j vieT6iana a mncinnati t ipresi l.upni
S ClntU lnd..bt. Louis k Kan. Ex
r. -.lUUTirsos SUIT.
9 Night Exp
1 Cln. FlilBC Bntslwn
3 CKTctaasl k ClBdnaati Xxpreaa 1M pm
IIIITI FSOK SOCTB.
Night Express iSan)
n Dayton. aprttutOeldAecom.tr't MJUain
11 New York k Boston Limited-
a Clerelasd k Eastern Kmress
25 Cincinnati k Sprtnrflela Aecom-
r anrlnrneld Aecom 2u nm
tl New Tork Limited Lxpress 3 45 pm I
av.uiH wxvugn steepen vo niw lOTaaoa
Boston without change.
No. 4 Is tht ramoas limit! express. em
paM4cn0relr of deepen, east of Clerelaaa.
Tarokgti sleepers tram Springfield. Mates
Newiorktn XAi boon and Boston In 24H
No. 17 has tTM Kecllulnt Chair car to bt-1
L-omi witnoni enanre.
K R. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent,
1). B. MAKT1.V. ArtadeBepot.
a. p. a. BDrtmrnid.-0.
V. Y- Fenn. Ohio B. K.
All trains run on Central time 25 minute
slower than city time.
TE1ISS alXITI FR0K TUC XAST.
No. X Cia.AStfLoaIfExdallT-K- 1 41 a. m
" 1. Accom.,llljeiceBtSundajJO..JSa.rn
" 5. SL Louis Kx. daily 4 47 p. m
Tuniiun coiso nst.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally 10 (2 a.m.
" 2. Accomdallyexreptbunday. i.UTp. m.
" IX. Atlantic Kx, dally 2 25 a. m.
TI11VS 1U1TI rKOH TH( WIST.
No. 4. St. Louis Limited. dally 10 40 a. m.
" 2. AccomdatlyexeeptAaBday. 5 05 p. m.
- 12. New Y ork lx.. daily... 2 15 a. m.
ttuxs inn OO1N0 WEST.
Ko. S. Cln. k St. Louis Ex.. daily 1-47 a. m
L Accomadallyexcept SundayJO 40 a. m.
" 5. St. Louis Ex.. dally 4 Vi p. m.
' No. 4 has sleepers, hut no change ot cars la
either case through to New York. No. Snas
through sleepers to ft. Louis. All trains ar
rlre and depart from 1. 1). W. depot la taU
for tickets to all points and farther lsfor.
matlon.callon J.D. 1'hliuie.
Agent. 72 Arcade.
Kow wlifii tb bud.bsin
TIs tini for yoonc and
nld to knnw
The Ills at MifntioM
TOi tot tronble, ache 1
Will Matter tike tb thlern of nlht
Before a UraiiaMot Saltier tirutbu m
tions on Stocks Jk Bonds
(PUTS. CALLS. ETC.) A SPECIALTY.
Inauranr Acalnat Lota In StackUperatlona
rirciiiaraand Informattan oa ASDlicatlora. -
The Theory of stock Bxrhamre MpeeajloaW
tloo. by AntLur jrump. rrtce. , post paia.
raMnf enntrnta malted free. Xverr SDecu-
lalor should read and study this Interesting
COKichaDrrrisoe. New York. -
, grown since vou and I uent nutting "
'-Jq!r,TTi,"tlMldNrbpborn C "tl. "Ohrthe beautiful, beautiful countrv'
JiJ"'?'p5??-',nn-'? Ite. WoiJitttaaBR. Katej-.lhls noisome citv atmosphere i kM
IC,wfZ,1 mMthrot- lga I know that if I could get out
. The M ancestral cit of. mortal uTotff , ""J lhiUP " faint 'onSlng V OK.
Sound like Ibew.s.ry'Mjrden of umv, ) Iyet u, K "'lJ And place, Philip.
I LovJovrjf left ami fanhlrssfaliUftworn Get up, Jtett' iiml in another lliijnuu-
BUe bears, ijn!ieedm(.. Ilwwlf UiuJed.yra lltcs Philip ix beiug Wvvled, carefull ulouK
Keep still undimmed the dory of the vie
( VVhiili ,00.0a aljrs, Mien all ib. nurlnu
n"r . . ... "
I Her ears, that catch one strain Miirh nererdies.
) Hold flrniThtvuKh cuaneeaud thinrtSof earth
duioii, un, erco ihk faith In eo.1 and true,
"-- - --VinuilLurt llagaztbe. J
Wlien little Kate Melville was alwnt to
lecome Mrs Hupert &t .It rim it -ha
looked forward ton host of vifel duties
that h44J,UglirunuU umk.o-.ur,-Uw
Iimu '3i.lftlli) l.ulill.1 .fl da. uln . A an
ri ": srrr.Tr"j"v,,v"."V''jr
cation as one of the nrmv liriht autici-
pationsth.rt refused to lit dimmed lv
t HimmirTs at SrW"" ? -"
ltlons tli.it refused to W dimmed b the
Uf.NrMAr, t s.- .snn. ml,Al .,.
ooccpp,s Kitlie sp, 'indeed And an
i -l'jteHrr orenpf.twn Arahellis aud
tiUijeR.MmCi of. yjuite distlDen-liel faut
ilie languished, ilekiviinil. lvtcked. tlieir
lmr!nTHnl'm'n" fnnitnroTtMlfJ'ne'Vs as
, thejveeks rollwl liv and lironi;lit the wtil-
and to the dtar iHl
J --armWir-swr" te -altosvther difftTrent
tf r,,,f. otmuxl.
r - atver and the cirnaRC (T.ii.e.1. HnKTt
.(j rr- m iicre a mile ne;m resus
tnion hi l-aid sliotildenuiid roU'ld lietlii
. "own " and ICaty surely forgot tlmt the
' itln"hite satin her new motlur in Liu
liad.prvjeiit-jj.lier w it)) eppjd jruiapJlv'for
v".iii ,inuu j. i.v ti. ... vl.i n
ii.l tst .Ummimi.ii .,,1,1 fl.w-.tti.',,.
lliafTtnere were ttiotesnndtna"i the one
he does not give her she wiimmt-beforo
1 And liefore manv divs she sees a shin-
iug jC-jngr-ol the kty Jlui beauUful
nous? is quiet af "last " Ttie corridors no
longer echo tlie forced laughter of an Es
telle or an Arals'lla or nm otlier w hose
hearts aje as mdicUe as their faces are
smiling upon the little bnde ?neet quiet
reigns, nnd now a.sM Jerniyn is to spend
PneJ blissful v evening alouowifh htr she
brings ont thV.blue satin lined wicktrbas
ket oont.iininsJuUf a dotonpabs of ery
f. ilf Ii.iSm hf? ArlfTft Jji sIM.'rtfi ismn. i
fne liappinesaf proceeilsJto'mirlt trH-m
f orthw ith wntb shining strands of silken
"What are you trying, todoi" asksSt
I am marking your socks, Ttnpert,
one Is so apt to lose them in, the laun
dry'' "One may le apt to loo them; but not
a Jlrs M Jermyn, so long as there are
liamtekeelHST' 0CJ5eailiMrisea' to do their
work 1'ut it up, Kate, while I am by "
And the poor little b isket is Uinished.
"Ob, Kupert, lre is'the dearest little
Bong by Millard open the piano for uid
and I will siug'it for yon." '
"Some otlier time.Jove; come, tnllc to
Uliere is a low cushion lietwtvn gaslight
firelight, and liere, iKx.k in hand, , -l,T' u" uo""' ""V,e "TT
.' V. .. .-. s s, 'tuitll .1. Itllwiuj'.r.Vli'- Hut Knte Ills hmn
"Kate seats lierself '"The drollest ar
tide," said she, 'jnt listen"; dear''
"Youdo not care, then, to talk to me,"
and Kate, looking up, calche her first
gleam of an ugly key that-oitns tlie
largest cell iu .St JermynV heart , ,
The St, Jermyns are n proud people T1,e ,'''1'"' l"r is ajar where St. Jer
and with the right kind of pnde. JAnd so my n is alwut to enter. It is evening. The
when the highly strung, sensitn e vrath ''J-"1" "m" ht aUe tlle w6 urpssiug
of the present house fell to thinking of -' i-s1 w hirli atanibi opposite the door, and
Kate, who lived down in nnvtliing but an '-""'" '" two a low Japanese screen
aristocratic neighborhood iumiytiung but f- I'tiood Rupert s eyes catch slglit of a
a Mjhsh rrafclence, mater and pater took A0IT nanilsome, tall man, who stands be
counsel together, and, after some dehbera- fore the mirror, evidently lost in admira
tion, decided to lwow their lenedicUons n"n of hu ow" unarms, for he twirls his
and certain real estate npon the littlo lafk nmstache as be horns a snatch of
nmj,i 1 ' hnninie ' or stops to smile at tome
"I know mv son," said mater, "nnd I Peasant fancy A high silk tile rest
feel assured that the child ie loves will uPn llis "l-'trkhair and hLs satin tie Rug
givehim levs cause for jialousy than auv Rest", the duJe. In a shadowy corner by
lady In our circle and vou faiov to what thc Pvn S1"'" ,llc wimge is wheeled and
great lengths Uupert's jealousy leads uPn ft reclines his wife, for SL Jermyn's
lijm" I ers 'ire lot long in discovering the little
"To blind nnd unreasonable fury, my ! slippe of golden bronze lying just where
dear," acquiesced poor old patr. " 1 tlie Litnlliar blue silk wrapper reaches the
When Katie's birthday cnme'"aTOn'l', floor lu Wnlng folds The man at the
with the bright, faithful old sun that had" ""rror suddt.nl) lowers the gas jet to a
kissnl her nretrr ninTc rhtt-fnr exartlv i subduwl glimmer and turns and faces St.
nineteen years, there are ever 60, many j
presents grouped about" her Ireakfast
plate. ineten links "sof gold, with a
pearl in each link, from Pater St. Jermyn;
nineteen yanls of old point lace from
Mater St. Jermyn; a modest little volume
of poetry from school friends with idne
teen good w ishes w nttcn upon the fly leaf.
From under htr monogratned breakfast
plate there peeps -o. little nolo Trdm
Knpert " "" "
"As I cannot give yon nineteen little
ponies and phaetons' rtie little note runs,
"please accept from me one of each.
Blessed be this day, 11. Sr. JT." J
What drives she takes to be sure before
the month Is out! Exery school fellow
whose name is between the brown bind-
I logs of her birthday book is Aaken an air-
rn.r Clin 1 n.A.ri , e,.e. irliii t I rnr.n
orXstelle or Arabella wuuld do, for these
school friends are not of iipptr teiidom by
any means, blither life is not run 111 their
iiHnsiir rriiid nrnl triuilm 11 .Ti.p..l f. .I.ij
nrsiHrsIiik c?in"teiifedly diTwuiV the side
of the brown del line or checked giugliaui
as the blue, rtnlwuer! parasol "Tvhip Ttrscs
the jKMiyr' out nloug'4thef country roads
ivherethe swisjt, pure air can blow- on the
dl) weary glrPaJnce it.Ideher. .
"Oh, how nice it Is to be rich'" cries
one girl, whom Kate is just now befriending-
"Very nice," admits Kate.
"If my r brother could only ride out
"Is Philip 8111112'" asTcs Kate, remem
bering well the little fVUowrwlio not m
many years ago wa ever hex cbaiunioii.ut
"He is dying'" nnd the girl's sol rob
the day of its beauty
"Xotthat:'l crifes Kate "Am Ib late,
then, to be of use to him""
"Oh, no, dear; curno to-morrow if the
day is-fine, and mother will call you nn
angel from heaven "
Tlie next day is fine and the phaeton is
brought to the door at 4 o'clock.
"Where goeat thou, ietusi" a'kii St.
Jena) n, lounging up the w alfcto w here u
fairy figure stands arrayed lramost be
w Itching toileu . 1
"I am going to drive, dear "
"Alone By thewa),loe,loyou think
the phaeton tnp will accommodate that
high crow ned miracle of a" hat ) ou-wearf"
"If it doesn't tbe'phaetou tumust bo
altered the hat dare not bo low ered one
inch that is Mme. Chnpean o strict in
junction,!' says Kate, answoriug the last
question first; "and lam not gouigalone."
"Then I am going with y ouv
"No,ir, I believe not," lazily drawing
on the elfish gloies.
"Who might it be then a lady or gen
tleman?" "Unhitch Jetty and then T'll tell-" 'and
when the black pony starts briskly oil
from the curbstone Katq turns and say s,
"I hoie he'll live to be n gentleman'"
Poor St. Jennyn! Out from Us dark
ell crawls the demon of jealousy, glaring
amd vindictive Ha! she. has not said who
it was a man thongli this much she his 1
admitted, growled the demon Why do,
i.,.".r J.' C7',:.
aaatT linitlli iiiuii hv 1"-"J
Saddle Lucifer'" he commands.
Meanwhile Kate reaches the bare little
cottage and finds thePhilip she used to
know grown tall, nnd oh so thin'
"I'haveVome toahofr 'jou my rutw
pouyr Philip, and beg yon to try the new
phaeton. cushions yon will, won't you,
"eh, '-tkankee,'- tiamW?, Mrs- -St,-Jermvn."
cries the weary mother with a
f cross baby under one arm and a bundle of
bed clothes under the other.
'CuBTMlUi.stet us go before thesuit
HrJIUUI.4n US LWiaWic iuciwu-
shino leaie thft tree tos l want to
J.iJiuiv-vou Lou the little, liaavl iHieliew have
the nvt'Utie liat leads out uimn the couii-
trj rjwels. But, at .1 liarp turn in tlie
road'a horseman dashes across their path
and teitisiii a iH)erfnl animal tlirecth in
front of the nstouislivd ponj.'shippf ujrs.it.
"K-ite!" nlnl(ssllrieke1l the lioremn.
"Olu wluit has haupeucd, Jlupvrtr" criea
pX)r iiitje Kate
' What has h tppened, itnltHsil I find
joitdnviUijalioiit nithn htrjnci' gentle
in in, -tint I all' I must beg j nu to nliglit,
Mr'""s-is the lioinon In lUiiirrt's til
us lanjifer liritun hi4 muster tohtro
clivxi. Jieside Kute slu a tall, hantlsusno.
youth "Alight. url will Jrajryou Jouvv
jmi inen me Key tnai lnt iris nnil mil
n faint gllnipse of coiuih lnoinfni; Uj) jtj
ugl shape and tlie small hinds of rlit
pert's briJe take it iriMnerr
.,Sk. T, f . "",P.' . , .
mauds Kate, coolly lay big one gl.rtedjmud
niKin the nvit tdeuw naxt ber.
"I'liilip'" shnck.s tlie deiuon: and .T
tlieaine coiuuS" thryugh tho.shut teefli
the- iek Inn, wiUi h Jow moan, faints
"a on hue killed him, Jlnpertl" cne
Kate; r.tnl -f u Jenny n. teeiiS!r thu drawn
lima about the f-ensiUie hioiith. the dull,
lnlf clrtscd eye-i and livid cheek lvine
ngalnst Kate's shouldar, belieiTM lier.md, 1
iui n ccj ot jmrror, Jm jniu spuri. to Lu
cifir nnrtjA one with no thought ot the
little. lrlil or how vim may get home wTtb
Philip But she doejt get liiiino to the
ly's motlier, ho comes luth aiixiniis
eyex to reteive the fainting imalid;' nnil
i'liUip will not tell, when aftr awhile
ttio-eje-snmWand ne rinds KatelKSiiTe
liim, how thsi St. Jerniyn Jealously has
done it nlL
It is -vitlun a, week of St .Tcniivn's
.'''"'"lO, ud Kite U busy at work mak-
iii iiifiuiim iviii ivr nei ctiuiriie nero
Man lUllo )tiick snatilies imder table
nnd 11 diNsvtlmi'oorciMt (Mtas the mas
ter of the house l-rlieanl approaching, and
n Hush will insist uiMiu tailing complete
I()s.session of lier sweet face, while the tell
tale ojos strite bravely to hide their
knowledge of any secret. But the demon
diH not let thest1 little signs escape hi
great green eie, aud, though SU Jerniyn
tries his liest to choke the beast, it w ill
rear it kilefuL face whenever a light foot
fall is heard in the boudoir and the locked
door is slow to ojien
At last it happens that he springs
lightly on the otaircase and tries: the door
of hvs wife's room. It is locked. Itu
mediately there is the bound of a retreat
ing footfall, a window in raised and
lowered a light laugh rings iu his ears
nnd littlo red faced Kate meekly opens
"H wotiU scorn that my presence causes
you a j?l deal of annoyance is my
coming here Jin intrusion" and. the brows
low tr ominously.
"Xo, indeed, loe, "but is this your faith
"I heard this window opened ha'
whatls tliaf' lliero lies, alack' a coat
soman's euat in a tumbled heap upon
I the steps without. The great pnrple
4 i ins uiwu M. Jermyn's, forehead swell iu
his-jealous fury; the fists clinch, the mus
cles of his throat grow like iron and in lug
madness the brain loses Its reasoning
IxiRer. Before the awful storm that fol
iot, Kate does not falter, and w hen at
last his ragu has worn itself out and the
IJr unfortunate can listen, to her, Kate
tt IU him f it all, calmly and gently.
Matef s,L Jernn u proposes when the
birthright of her son lutth come in its
told of 1ar sojmhfi apd. thinking this an
ixiTjlrnrnippoHiiiiIiy for arousing the
ihtnon nnd killuig ir, our lierome whits
l.T knifn and bnuvn herself forthefrav.
JcrmJn In a trice Kupert sw ings across
the r"om- ino".!' ! n 'be screen, ooUars
the object of his ire and proceeds to cane
him unmercifully with the light rattan
stick he has snatched from the stranger's
"Forbear'" cries poor little Kate, as
the cane with one stronger thwack is
broken across her shoulders. "I'm Kati
oh, Hupert, I'm your wife and is this,
then, your faith in me? Kupert, farewell
I'm going back, to the little home you
took me from only a few short months
ago oli, that my husband should be be
be " and Kate sobs and chokes and
tears oil the coat and hat and necktie
for the mustache bad gone long enough
before, and stands arrayed in the little
brow n wrapper lie knbws so welL "Goo
goixl by, Hupert I'm going home"
"Ao, you are not by heaenl" and the
strong arms gather up tlie poor little ach
ing body and carry Kate into tlie next
ruuin i litre. inehruad diiau is waiting to
receive her. There doea Ui cemtrite rnau
kuttl dow 11 lx side his wlfeuifd pray to her
And Kate foolisli little "Katf-why,
she smiles her pinion through, hex tears,
for she knows the denioajsdtSdL -AnU
although St. Jerniyn never guesse that
hiiAvire lias made a martyr of herself for
his sake, yet he calls htr "Saint Kate" to
Ami tlietlMojn is buned forever. Ev
Best in Detnut Free Press.
The devil would persist in bothering
Martin I.nther until the balduead monk
dispatched him with a bottle of ink; so we
leant that a iHittieofliik pjlght rid you of
any devlL but abottleof Dr. Bnll'sCnugti
Syrup will always rid yoii of atiy cold.
Schnaebtls lias declined the proposed
diamond' erojs testimonial, and tlie money
collected will be donated to tlie Alsace
In milling districts where men have been
burned bruised by carelessness, Saiv a
tiou Oil has been used to great ad antage.
1 1 is jiow sold by all druggists at twenty
tive cents a tnittle.
MitrtjnV Commercial College,
313 Sixth street, Washington, D. C, pro
v Ides practically useful business education.
No terms nor vacations. Students enter at
any time. Terms: Life scholarship, S4u;
12 weeks' course, board, Ac, 375. Send
A Caiik. To ail who are suffering from
errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous
w eakness. early deca) , loss of manhood,
etc 1 w ill send a recipe that will cure y ou.
free of charge. Tills great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary lhSouth America.
Send self-addressed envelope to Ber: Joseph
T. inman. station u, ."sew vomclty.
ACME Paper wiilopen tlieir retail news
and cigar department today. As they
have the most central location In" the crry,1
their place cannot but be popular at Xo. 7
w est Main, opposite Black's opera house,
x i7i... - .t iTitwrt-
r The sale of the Hubert lots which are
situated ou east High street and nn Mound
and Charles streets, is one of the grand op
portunities offered to anyone to buy a lot as
an investment or to have a home, it Is a
chame of 'a life-time, and in a part, of i the
city tliat Is grow ing ev ery day in,botli popj
. Feverish military activity is reportad in
lhissiar" -Indications point to a "1nrentra
tion of large forces on the frontier.
A set of teeth from 88 up. Rowland
t -A w- - j-y -
Three i ears ago I contracted a blood poi
sons I apjHre4,(ta(hjsle4n at tincevan.ff
his raaiffluUJim.(; uear.siumi; me, i en-
(IIUJOI i ujnu .iiujiijji "'
Kj. I then went to Hot Springs and re-'
uiained two tnontiis, but nothing sepmed to
cure tne iierniantlj', although tenipimrry re-'
lief was given we. Mj condition grew J
desperate and I applied to a noted (piack.
but I did not Imprint. I then used prei
aratiou which wa? prescribed "gratis, " but
it contained too mucli alcohol and aggr.i
atetl uiyulferings. 1 tlien plaeeil jujself
under the treatment of a noted .Nashville
phjsiciaji and for a Uiiie.wtfs beneSted, but I
by' tall 1 letumedjipmaa ruined ui-inphjs-
icall and financially, with but little pros
lect of ei er getting w ell. My money being '
exhattsteil, I did not know what to do. In ,
May, lisl, my inolher verMiadeil me to
get a bottle of lt.jJS.-!SiiiiJ- in Atlantal .
and 1 did so to gratify Int. but to my utter I
astoiiislnm nt 1 Invt .not finislietl the lira. ,
bottli- liefore ecr) uicerjiad lieen healeii.
In the present time I nave- ustst me not
ties and haw- received ninre lienetit tliati
from all IhP rest couibhiwl; anvl 1 am satis
tied ttiatjl. II. . is "the moat wo'prfl11
Wood purilier ever In-fore known, audi
urge all adlicted young men to try mm sin-'
gj lwltle.atid be convinced. I can truly I
say that I tldnk U the best niedicne In tlie
world Z. T. IIXi i urniN.
Maco.n. Oa., May l, Iff.
Vfir inotlflvi'iire I llatVM rill nftlTrTfnl Willi
i. '""J1J' -- - - -.
Klieumatisin combined with soma Kidney
Troubles. IuiUgetion finally adiksl to my
misery and 1 soon txvatue feeble and ery
nen ous, and ray whole sj stem was pros -
lrate.1. Several physiciaiis wthh employed
fully recommend It to otlierswho may Jie
siiiiilarly alllicteil. MissS. Tomijs6n.
Ati im . (5a., May 4. IS,.
TO THE PUBLIC.
CilvniOTTh. . 0.. April J I, pyJi.
After using H. B. II , 1 uiihesltatingly
state tli it it didnnoro gmxl for m Kidney
Complaint than all otlier remedies com
hintsl Its action is speedy, nnd I clieir
fully riHtimiuend it for Kidney Derange
ments. T. It. C'VIHIIAN.
All who desire full information abont
the cause and cure of Blood Poisons.
auuiuu.iiuKuiuiuuio.nu.ii,, i "i
ooies. iiin.Huuiiii.iiu, mime V..UHIU11U10,
laiarrii. etc., can .secure oy man, iree, a
copy of our :s.!-pige lllitstrateil Hixik of
Wonders. Idled with the uaist wonderful
and startling proof eer before known.
Address. ULOOD UAIl CO..
AilTle to Mothers.
Mrs, Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United Statov, and has been used .for
of mothers for their children. During the
'; .. .'S'Tr '?,," - Zr.-IT. ":?:
process of teething its alueis Incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping' In the bowel
and. wind colic 'By' siring LesJth to. the.
hUdltrsitUierootlHsr. Price 2.rc a bottle.
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 pias
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella
onna Back ache Plaster. 47r
The Reason People fi Patent Medi
Is because they are usually recommended
to cure all diseases. This must be a mis
take, because tlie great siMCesaof the Shak
er Ktraet of Hoots (Siegel'a Syrup) Is due
almost solely to tlie fart that it is madfrto
cure line single I disease, namely, indices.
J UOn. Jfor w Iiicli It IS a vCrtaln remedy. The
aching head, constipated boweb, causing
languor and fatigue. anish as soon as this
remedy is used. The Siiaker Tar Capsules
A. H. Toon, of Fancy Farm, Ky., writes
May 21, ISM. as.foljojs: "1 wish to In
form you that ) our medicine lias done more
good than any I have ever used, and 1 do
hope this will be read by all those who are
arllicted with dyspepsia, rheumatism aud
general debility ."
J. E. Wells, druggist. Itoscoe, St- Clair
county. Mo , remits and reorders and say s:
"The Shaker Extract of Hoot is the best
medicine on my shelves. Those thathaie
used the niedkme or pills, speak 0f them
in the highest terms. Send me another
Cream nn1 Cold Weather.
What a luxury is a bath in summer.
Surely, but a greater luxury is a clear head
in winter; just when almost everybody Is
sneeiing and snuffling with a cold in the
head. But when y ou are attacked use Ely 'a
Cream Balm. It cures colds in tlie head,
and what is better, it cures the worst cases
of chronic catarrh and hay fever. Not a
liquid, not a snntf. Pleasant to use. Quick
relief. Radical cure.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE
Cod Liver OU, With UpophoephiU, for
Children nnd Pulmonary Trotilile.
Dr. W. S. Hoy, Point Pleasant, W. Va.,
says: "I have made a thorough test with
Scott's Emulsion in Pulmonary Troubles and
General debility, and have been astonished
at Hie good results; for children w ith Kick
ets or Marasmus it is unequalled."
We have tested its virtues, personall),
and know that for Dy spepsia, Ililliousitess
aud Throbbing Headaclie, it Is tlie best
medicine the world ever saw. We tried
fort) otlier remedies before Simmons Llier
Hegulator, but none of them gave us more
than temporary relief: tne Regulator not
only reliev qd hut cured us. II. II. Jones,
Ed. Telegraidi and Messenger, Macon, (la.
Editor, Birthday, Merti. Huckhound and
Egmont were tlie winners of Monday's
races at Nashville, and Allegheny. Jacobin,
Big Head and Perkins at lxington.
What a truly- beautiful world we live in
Nature gives us grandeur of mountains,
glens and oceans and thousands of means
of enjoyment- We can desire no better
when in ierfectJiealtlit but how often do
the majority of people feel like giwug it up
disheartened, discouraged and worn out
with disease, when there is no occasion for
this feeling, as every sufferer can easily ob
tain satisfactory proof, that fireen's August
Flower, will make them tree from disease,
as when bom. Dyspepsia and liter com
plaint are tlie diret t causes of seventy-five
per cent, of suclt maladies as biliousness,
indigestion, sick headache, costiieness, ner
vous prostration, dizziness of the head, pal
pitation of the heart, and otlier distressing
symptoms. Three doses of August Flower
will prove its wonderful eilett. Sample
bottles, 10c. Try it. '
Stephe Hrodie, the bridge juniper,
ilro)Kd from the suspension bridge at C111
"CtfvvjCT thatare trrtiul, peevish,
,vx '"'' cross, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains 110 Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 5 cents. Sold by
Frank H. Cobieutz, corner Market and
Judge Henry Hilton has presented Meis
sonier's "ll07" to the New York Metropol
itan Museum of Art
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspetma
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure y on. For sale by F
A. Gar wood.
For a check for 120 we will print a ten line
advertisement In One Million Issues of leading
ArtterTtfsrrWewipapersT-Thlitj st the rate of
onlv one-fifth of a cent a line for 1.0) Circula
tion! The advertisement will be placed before
One Million different newspaper purchasers
or Fi k Miuioj KruDiss fTen lines will ac
commodate about 75 words. Address with copy 1 .
BT..WawYow -.ii I
tMfidinKliAT.bn cured. Inite-d ..iirMirlint
In lie Idrwr, thet I will send TWO SOTTLkS FRZK.
tori.iner won a iilvabli tkkatisk on Ible
rer. uiT.eapreee seq r o aiiijre.
cad. tnaSieri m r.Aiiae.asw xm
andnBmerouspati-nt medicini-s resorte.1 to votees of Vi.hnu andShivalsnotdlfflcuit, ! nmfi'' , . . -n, , ,,. '
witlxit benrlit. After seng so many tes- for men of Vishnu wear on their foreheads ' "'." "e Hints are Robbing
Him.ui'iN atolIlng the wonderful merits ot a mark-similar to this , while those of ""l,"1." lenth of my Cherries If you
JJ. II. B,, rToiiiniejic-.l its useandOieef- buHa carryin the center of their fore ' w!11 ,U"V" fIlr,"' 'vyit wU bei raior '
ft was like magic. Kheuinat.e pains heads a round sandal wood dot, hich U W,'T :M, ,H ul" "j""' .
cease.1, my kidneys wcro relieiwl and my llsc(i hy niwlostan women tor the Mtue ' ,, ll,',e K"'"n; AT,n ,mt ", ,lnl or ,no '
constitution improved at once, and I cherr- ,,.,, -. fh fl ki, .iiii.. tlie 1'ias.tnt found that his 1 nut was Ihs-
ThU powder nt'ver TArlen. A mrel of pu
rlty,atraictti and whoI-wnnenc Mure t-c-nomlc-u
Uiaa thrordluaxy kind, and i .in not
ha slAtil (n AriYTtriAtrl tlnn th -rhu xttil rltai4 a
f ln ar thart ibiaIiiL si mi as nimannnta
,sua.vsi( (nun ni ih'ivtj biii us " fii'iiira.i-
powders. Sold only in cans, font IWsiiu
, t'Q'P's Co . lu. W all street. .Ne ork.
1 Citnnm or th. iiindos ct-..
The way in which to distinguish the de-
jmrpose as are the tiny black sticking
plaster dots npon the Talr faces of our
ladies, called "beauty spots." The Visit
unites ami Shivite also carry a distinc
tion In tlieir names. Tlie former take the
affix "lengar" to their names, while the
latter haie "Iyer.'" Not alone this, the
rnirniri nr h . ..-.. .t... .!.,...
-- -. .' u( a itv a, u 1141; 4at"a,s UIU fi Cllk. .
I-jngnrs, It is declared, are u self sulliclent , . ,r7, TT-, . ,. .. ,
race, and are noted for iln.(r cuutdug, Aj,'V V,lU "e the best athartic for
while the fyers are .s,,Id to be humbUr -"rrei-tuig irregularit es of the stomach and
more ingenous and more scholarly m M,AcI"' (,ultle- Jft thorough in their ac
cUned I turn, they cure constipation, stimulate the
As the women's names are net er known miie n? "! m a"1 -""'g"'-
tO the outside world. n,1 s .!,, , ..
I distinguishing uiarks on thtfr faces, tliuy
are kiioin by their dress. A woman of
,ile yjj,,,,, castaMears t
ears the folds of her
puiiania tfizht across her knees, mul flow
displays a shapely "calf, whkh may lie
envied by any woman, though it lie hid
den by the iwtticuat. Hie Slum womau,
on the contrary, Ills u loose fold hanguig
on thc side of her right leg, below tlie
knee The material from winch her gar
ment is made is of a silky texture, ytl
lowish and red; it is but a single slice t,
and forms the entire wardrobe- of n noblo
Ilrahmin l.td, though htr poswvsions
ma) bo tast. htr jewtls the mi) of ninuy
an EuniH.tiu royal family, aud hir de-
scent more illustrious and more antitnt
than that of any of tlie crowned heads of
Kurope Foreign l.etter.
All Ideal Portrait.
The tendency of people to associate ideal
portraits with putsma whom they have
eeeii struck main hearing the remarks of
spectators of 11 minting 111 a Tremoiit street
window. Here has been displayed during
the w eek a picture of an emaciated indi
vidual bending over an ancient book, his
bleary eyes and cadaverous visage, nug
gestiug absorption in the pursuit whkh
left bun 110 time for attention to his per
tonal npiieuranu. leaning on lustlhow,
with his gnre upturned, this curious tlgure
might sen 0 us a pictorial warnuigng-iinst
the abuse of study ami rclk ctloii, and yet
Itssjiptrtlcml resemblance to a familiar
character ou the stage led a number of
well dressed persons to mistake it for .1
portrait of Henry Irving. "Hint's the
way he studies, up those thrilling arts of
his," I huirll oneot them suy, and as there
was no dissent from tlie remark it evi
dently conveyed the .inpression ot the
knot of sidewalk cnues. Boston Post.
5v rr-ci vO c Blood Elixir is the only
vv''vv Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive enre for Ulcers, Eru p
tionsor Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains, vve guarantee it
Frank If. Coblentz, corner Market aud
A CHILD'S SKIN
Ears andScalp Covered with Ede
matous Scabs and Sores
Cured by Cuticura.
M little son, aged eight years, has been af
flicted with Eczema of the sealp. and at
times a great portion of the body , ever since he
was two yearsold. It brsan lu his ears, and
extended to his scalp, wtilch became covered
nlth scabs ami mres.anil Irom which a ktlckv
fluid poured out, causing lnten.se Itching and
distress, and leaving his halrmatteil and llfe
lrsss Underneath these scabs the skin was
ra, like a piece of beefsteak, liradually the
tialr came out and was destroyed, until but u
mail patrh asleltat the back of the head.
My friends In Pebodyltnohow mylittleboy
haanuaerrd. At night he would scratch his
head until Ills pillow waacoierrd with blood.
1 used to tie his hands behind htm. and In
mauynais tried to prevent his scratching
hfatltttas no use. he would scratch 1 took
him to the hospital ami to the best physicians
In l'eabody without success. About this time
Some fr ends, who had been cured be tlie c'uti
enra Remedies, prevailed upon me to try them.
I began to use them on the loth ot January
last In seven months every particle of the
disease was removed Nota spot or scab re
mainson his scalp to tell the story of his suf
fering. Ills hair lias returned, and is thiik
and stronr. and his scalp as sweet and clean
as auyihllds in the world. 1 cannot s.ty
enough to express my gratitude for this won
aenuirure vy the cuticura itemedies.ana w isn
all similarly amicted to know that my state
ment Is true and without eiatrgrratlon.
CIIAHI.fS VIrK VY.
Oct.. lfciS. l'eabody. Mass
I have seen .Mr McKay's boy when badly
affected with the Krzema- lie was a pitiful
sight to look at I know that he has tried our
best physicians, and did all a father could do
forasafferlnir child. bat availed nothing. I
know that the statements he has made you as
regards the curing ot his boy by your Cuticura
nemeuies are true In every particular
WILLIAM J. .McCKTII.
SSiosterM . l'eabody, -Mass.
I do not know of anv instance In which the
Cntlcura Remedies have failed to produce sat
isfactory results. I bellere 1 have sold more
ot them thau of any other ski 11 remedies 1 have
eter bandied ilurin- the thirty three years ot
my experience as n ilmttl'l
A. I). litit.-.. liatavu. . 1
CcTiriKc IUiuun.3 aro Sold everywhere.
Price c'lTitiRA.'ioe nn?oiMNT.cl. sinr, i's:
Prenared bv the P.mta Dmn axi Chkmicjil.
eo . jiosioq. ass. seiiu 101 "now u eure
Pl.Ks, Klackheads.Skin Dlemlshes and
uaby lluroors, use tuttcura oap.
A Word Abont Catarrh.
"It Is the mucous membrane, that wonder
ful semi fluid envelope surrounding the dell
tata tissues of the alrand food passages, that
Catarrh makes its stronghold. Once estab
lished. It eits Into the very vitals, aud renders
life but a long drawn breath of misery and ills
ease, dulling the sense of hearing, trammeling
the power of speeeh.destroying the faculty-of
smell, tainting the breath, and killing there,
fined pleasures ot taste. Insiduously, by
creeping on from a siuipte cold tn the head, it
assaultsthe membrsneousllniiiK and envel
opes the bones. eating through the deliiate
death. .Sothihgshortot total eradication will
secure health to the patient, and all l!e ta
llies are simply procrastinated sufferings,
leading to a fatal termination. anford's Rad
ical Cure, by Inhalation and by Internal ad
ministration, has never failed: ei en when the
dlseatelMM made frightful inroads 011 itelleate-
consuuiuons, ntanng. men ami taste nave
been recovered, and the disease thoroughly
it roan's RxniciL Oai consists ot one bot
tie of theRAhiCAt, Ctaa.one box 1'atakkiial
ssiLvtsr and one In trot in Imiiuk. neatly
wrappeu in one package, with lull directions
price. SI 10.
Potter Drug and Chemical Co . Boston.
HOW IT ACHES.
Worn out with nain. but still com
pelled by stern necessity to stand up
to the work before us and bear the
tpatn. Itellef inoneiuluiiie In a t it-'ilrnrn'.Vutl-l'alii
PI leter.'for Itho
'aching ildrs and back; the weak and.
nest ana hacking
achaof dallv toll.
Elegant, newj orisjnai. spee
gans. nevrj nnainai. sueedv ana lutaiubie.
At druList,ax'. five for SUJ. or. postagd
rree.'of Tottaf Drag and i. hemleal Co .lloston.
I I l"F Bf"
Dr. Plere. e areat DleeoTwrr. Thoueaaae of potleata
lias, rusxai mmr0H sXrak--VxvjVanhlt.
JLsmB aJL RADICALLY CURlA?
IMrJ. .Ilnimy liana rrow.H. I
InJttia Century "Unrla Ilamns'; tails
ami Kcmble illustrates n story of soathern '
life whose scene is laid at the Iwtf fiiiJ"j5
4 of nnd during the war One of the xhir-41
acters is Moj Jimmy Bass, who is apt to
1 get excited nod oacq had ''csed out .t ho ,
I town ' The following bit gives a pen
picture of the major' remarkable caru-,
jinigns at Perdue s comer 'Sometimes ,
lietweeu doies lie would make. hU way to ,
. Perdue s corpi r and discuss the various,
1 csnip.ifgns Hun many desperate cam
paigns were fought on that corner' All
I the older ciiucus, wtio fotutdittonvenient v
1 or !ieceowry 'o stay at home, had in tntm
the Instinct l 1 motions 01 great ccan -
niniuleiti, Tl- knew liow-defeat could
benruu from ktoryynnil hnw snrrr,s,s
iiiuld lie nude nnre oitrwhdming At
Penlue s lornir Washington city was
I t iken not less than .1 dozen times a week, '
nnd ociasionully bolh New York and llos
ton ir.' tapturisl and sacked Of all the
gem r lis who fought their Kittles at the
lormr MaJ Jimmy llass was the most
energitK, the most daring and the most '
j skillful As n strategist he had no supe
rior lie hai a way of illustrating the
fiasilnlity of Ins plans by-drawing them in
tlie sand with Ins cane Fat as he was,
1 the major had 11 wny of 'surrounding' tlie
enemy so that noaienue was left for his
I escaiH At Perdue's corner hecaptnred
bcott and Mcflillan and Joe Hooker and1
John Poiie and held their entire forces as '
prison, rs of war " Kxchnnge.
ThIVasnnt and tbHobIn.
A Peasant wlio had) a Fitie Jterga'
Cherry Tris loadeil Tiith iVuit dfacorered
tluitflie KIttti ItirtU ivi re nftcr OwClrer-
ritsmud lie callist the Robins' around him
npiioarmg twite as Fast as liefore, and ,
he brought out his sOintim with the Kx
tl.im.ition I "Those Whom I hired to Watch the
Thic.es h ne l!ol nsl me the Most"'
Moral Ilirea I.iwtr to Help) 011 Down
1 the other Heirs-
-Uitroit hree Tress
r"s "-- -J"'"-
Is tlie Oriental salutation, kuow
mg that good health cannot eaist
without a healthy Iiver. When
the Liter is torpid the Bowels are
sluggish ami constipates!, Uk food
lies in tlie stomach undigested, poi
soning tlie blood : frvmient head
a lie ensues ; a feeling of lassitude,
desindeiicy and nervousness in
duatv Iiiiw tlie wJiole system is
deranged, himmoii. I aver Regu
lator has lieen the means of restor
ing more insiple to health and
happiness by giving them a healthy
later tlian .u.y agency known on
earth. It u t with extraordinary
pow er ami i-II.eaey .
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
As a ceneral family remedy for Dysnnsla.
Torpid Liver. Constipation, etc , I hirdlyever
ase anytuiinx else, and nave neyrr been dlsap
pointed tn the effe t produced . It Seems to he
almost a perfect cure for alt dlMasas.f the
stomachaud Iniwels. VT. J.MiKijtor.
Oenalnehaa rel 7'on front nf WrsipTr.
Best guarantee for Its buyer.
.1. 11. .kilix ct., Philadelphia. Pa.
sulk rRoriusTots. ric,)t.oo.
J. LEUTYS SONS
Palace Meat Market
Handsomest and best equipped lilr Meat
Market In the State Best Jteef. Mutton. Veal
Lamb and Salt v eats to be hid anywhere
Custom ocre trained alwais retained.
S AND 10 SOUTH MARKET ST.
,na jft h. r.tr Aiir .mn hiis nf W mm tmbrolil-.
err sut whiiidts'ttllnsiceltu. vvnoLaaats "eaira
Ial s-nt only wImh appUemt ion Jaact4lnaaM?ttrdSt
TtanaTfaahbaards an mada with
CAt bosrdi and btit vasaira tn th.
world. Far sals-by aatdMlara.
Tak. no other.
AUIXAtT B'PS CO..
n aifrut muuh natsaiB
e miua wou pww. uuukpin mm. ..fc.i.. a
mviiag A.UCC rr... biu
siabiuntlal and handsome.
I Tried In the bet Bands an '
Orchutraa. Unrqualed tor
tone, surpass alt ottiers in
I flnUh and apseirance. It
lueartat Mosls dealer does
uot Keep tnem. wnte eo ua
tor rihuTtraiea' Catalefnt.
LTON HIALY, ChloacOr W-
nna nwald .All djAiecor mi
p- - Hurnlna or N.tllwc Ike)
-VliU'.!)..... e.. sjone,
CUhCH rwfntulilif not AtlSfAi-lnrT
. POUHAL.K Il ltEJILSKS.
roltKALII ItV 1EALKK.
, i 'in an caKaou
. I- THOVllse.. ttr.
Parts of th.lMtnlar0;OArrTt06aaa '
Kren.cth.nM. 8iinlharmleM. ear. Hell Treeemeal
I all inlculerm, leailmonlslete, melted eeelea, free
sQTA!(TBl-aneral agBt,-o wholesale
iWwi myjiew motor. J liars euaace. good sal
ary or 'xe on the dollar, i AddratV with stars.
F.M. Weaver. Indtanapollt.lhdi (Name tiS
paper. i '
VuteniUna;AdvrtU.nsaoDia address If "
QEO.P. ROWtELti CO.; -
10 8PBCCK STREET, NEW TORK CITT,
For SELECT LIST ot 1.00U NEWSPAPERS.
- Will be seat WUtK oa apHlaattoa.r-
aasBBl ass asVasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasasaasl'
? BY USING
lBl5TKGDI3irn) LiKB YHO USE IT."
Il ra Its rrrt iVstt MM syrUtofl I kt Vt BOswl
M f ar tlM f iitar I ar av.1 Uac n Aht
Mtvlau AdcllriA rattt.
liKn js,. Jn 1 in r I rntnPt!5,
b ti aMtt lnrr r it T If s
P.L." HrorlW flfa ! ' M
I fla t It far mi-t (. tt - a 1 &"? brif
vrr Irwin F uv.
CiAra LoulMr Kcllozz.
Il gtrs-si Bat yls-aJfT ts tt tt X B44l f U lint
bf liswn- sabel Jlt -tlrwaJj n- siWtHn-VI it
" -Ml II" I , at 04 H upr ( asvhaS.-uuai It
fcH av.ijvnnl tnr
for tit ttmJlJa, aaniU U'i B t I tlsX tl rtr'"' V
Jie. Victoria mad Itosin ok
1 aW teri m tlnaur a. sut i t. a f
kalnnl it ltsviit rui t
Tottr I mcio I w -s tfTVtk
aj fa4 -rtcfa Bt Din h Ml if v KUI IU
I frvj rtwtr Lit it'Ta at rrr UnE. I
iWltmJJialjre. rtetlltstci laJ frtvU.
I atAir tt f f v W -any artkW ( i-a ataJ
la ! i lUa-OT-ami-T,
A Affm-a EhU
IfccljmofMIn4t. Iiu.'UU tlwbsr:-ti
J Mr D.P Bowers.
IV-m UhiU dsctv im oklrk 1 J,rhUs-t.
CnaiJT hi a. 1 .v.. .vt r
kais fur navsL I t r n.a . . .
( rwthla uj ta p r
TVrrnit m ... t , - .1 .i
fosT Inrrlfv uj. - . ... ..
"""' "Jw Jsjti l-Bt."ta aruniiwaNk.
.. , . ' -" " a'lirijwaj OI1TI M
EXPRESS!) FRKK: - Tire? bottlev
white or pink, for 110 To m-iny PInts I botV
tUlorTc fIryyourflnuu:it firstv iJoxed
teenre fmmobserTatlons irAMPLix 3lrt
P. 8. Motion tbfa paper.
Notice to Contractors'.
SEALED l'RUIIJs'AI.S will be Yeeelved tftlie
oltU-e of the clly clerk ot the . ilyuf .-irt 14
field. Ohlt. for furnislunir in the niaterlJls
and dolnc the Ivbornf the following 1 lasses
of worn for s 1I1I city between the time of en
terlnir. lntoroutrut and the first day ot lie
cember. U W, aeeirdins" to ila'is aud
Ipeelflcatlona In the oDlee I the city civil en
iineerotsttdrity and In accordance with the
ordinances of svld city relating to said worK,
svld proposals to tte as follows
First, for furnlshiuc and putting In enrb and
gutter, per lineal toot.
3ecand,fnriurniHhinr. material and Iaylnn
brick sldeaalks pers'iuareyint
Thtrdt.or eiittlue sidewalks to pride, per
Forth, for filling sidenalks to urade. per
rinn. tor sraveuni; siaewaisrs, per cubic
Alt proposals must be for dointrsald work
accorolmrto theplanv profiles and speelflca
tlons In the otnee of tne ilty engineer, must
be itirned t'T the 'nil name of all parties Inter
ejted In said bid. and by some responsible dls
interested person as a iu.iraniee mat a con
traot will be nterel into provide Ithe MI is
accit-d:aJ mattbeou nicluttioeityejerk's
omce on or beroTe tweiie t i.m k no.ui 01
rhursdav.the Uth day ot Vlav V I Hs" to
be opened and pnl.llclyread tmme-ll'Vtely alter
1.0 clock 01 said 11 ly. mine presence 01 tne
mayor,eitveHir;iiKer.asHistnn' elty engineer
and city clerk. or any tao of them. ami re
ported to council at the first meetlni; there
after. Thecitycoundl reserves the njlit to reject
any or all proposals presented for any reason
they may deem sumcient
Hy order of council.
J. s SHEW LTFR.
"am ritv llerk.
DEeLARINt. IT NElESsMU and the in
teatlon ut council to make 1 public im
provement by ciianitiuj; the Krt.le ot a portion
of east lllith street.
Heaolred, by tlie council ot the city ot
SprtnKfleia.Ohlo. That It Is necess tryan 1 that
itlntends to make a public Improteinent by
changing the grade ot a portion ot Uin street
eastsjf Limestone Htreet. viz.
DeBlnnlnc.it the prese it curb grade on the
north side of High street. Ut feet east or th
eastlipeof Limestone street thenceeastrj.rfiU
feet to the present curb grade on the north
side ot High street at a point 1T1 feet nest nf
the nest llneot UilUgher street. Ascent V
45-lr feet: said grade to tie accordlncto the
profile thereof tn tlie oftler of the eityenglneer
ot this city, for the lnspectionof all parties in
Kesolved. further. That the citv clerk be and
is hereby directed localise legal publication
10 be mane 01 tni resolution, ami it i. i.ei
nicks appointed and directed to serve legal
notice ot this resolution unon all theowner
of property abutting upon said imrtiou of
men street.or on tne persons in wnose name
the abuttlruc property is assessed
Passed by Council Atiril Jo. iss .
E TTHOVI s. President.
Attest. J. S. SlIlEWALILK. ("itvaerk.
Xutice to Contraclon.
JEALEI) PROl'Os U. ill t received at the
) office of the superintendent ot the L f
Court House and Postoffier at pritlgfietd. 0 .
amlopenrd at 13 m ,01 the tn day ut Jiay.
1M7. for the materials tor concrete foundation
required at this building
kach proposal must be accompanied by a
certified thee for SVi 10. made payable to the
order pf the treasurer"! the lulled Males
The right to rejreclanybidsis reserved The
plans aird specifliatlonsean be seen, and any
information obtained, by tuplylng to
Cll.1n1.b- - omnn.
Springfield. Ohio, pril 27. 1T. tas
Xotice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the
omce of the superintendent of th I s
Court House and Postolt.ee at Springfield. O .
and opened at 12 m .of the "tli day of vlay
ISC, for the excavation required at this build
Each proposil must be accompanied hy a
certined check for s.,11 in. ma le p ivable to U-e
order of the treasurer ot the I mtcd states
The-rlgnt 10 reject iny bids is reserved. The
plans and gpecinratlous eau be seen, and auy
tmtorniatlon obtalne.1. bv applyn g to
CIIAKl.t-s i nfii en.
Springfield. Ohio. April T. lis" t"a
Wbo TTTILITT J fa'llmr PtaI mtalini .ml
r,XBrTiaiori'owt-ri:i.M vii 111 uv vr
EBniaytliul a perfret an I TrliAM oire In th
IT aUTYvrtfev rarJMw ju. U irif npkijl J an
tkcvocestfallr intiJucl rum. All ofake-ntiyl'- anf
rdzklis. prum)it(r rlM-knl- TKK-.1 IRplTtnf n-w
jari'ramlnisik.'JrtiJiTntt,ic. I- If I l tv.nulta
tKo(uiTl.urIt nwHwitsiii -uiHrnt dscVsr Ut V.
CWUUXA&EHCY. No. 174 Fultta Street. Mew Tort
the SHIPyAr, AUTOMATIC'
Tor Boat &aJ rutltn.ary
Kara ten hoarasm
I?) IbavS 3 KavI1al
. iufi.e a .AieAjaras
1 . Pa m-4 tro &
gtd tor iu4vumwd d-
ud pne U-t. tTM.
Suffering from the effects of youthful eTrorn, ariy
drty.-wMtin weAkni, Iot nianhood. etc-, I -tll
Mod vMuable treftti .MAled conUinliifC full
ptvrtienUrm for home cure. FREEf charge. A
plenJiJ meJiral work , should b rcsA hy every
mn who ! nervous anTl debllitati2. AJdrf,
Prof. F. C lWLER, Hoodiv Conn
AffreattraprorvnntCTerUieo!d rtjle. Prewat
ahpblntr from hcaJ or the nalL ilaJt uf U-tq Jt tr
.luoAytml MCarefttLr Wiutatrcil X-viuxbi Uatvi
Wlf trtr. IAiIstl.alMaaaJMriV'l MAVetelruI CukDj
addrM. t-uUlxh ml 1, on iw It t of SI uii. Mad ulr
XI JIU. KUY, AltD STUli-M. M UlNl A . U'utVil
sIMitr: BAaRKI. SI JOT Ul'N,
DOIIHLB ! " I.0
Frsreev oa ather a-ewda 1st oronortleoi.'
PARKER, SMITH antfOTH ERCUItaf
srn mommn to hhoot .ok.
Illuiuated Catalmtne and Prlca List lent Free.
1 J. C UNOLE !. SON. IXcZXrVo:
AtjaaUIVRitr yaaiiagol daKovrnd a tittle
tore on my cheek, and tha doctors pronounced
UU lU.recars5 aay Kaoiit tooeSt.
Th.inllc toe tbrr ppUl wm lite firoto the
ore. eauAlDirlnteD99 pain. liawAltitrmeat
IlIDi uas&ntpllliw ubii ..h r hn.1... f..
otWra Umlfarlj afilifAt I procure.1 me at
onee. Ifore I ha4 ned the frcood Lottie the
beallnwip. MflcnorJ.teIili1ruvl un bad
fa- two teiSfwjet-niaa'a bartins coart
and tplt blood" ant trail nr.j I had a mmt
Ialn In my trraat. After taaln; lx kottlm of
3. S. S. my coogh lert mo and I crew floater
thanlhfAdbBralorMTtjnt jean. Mremnerr
basbealrdnrrrart tmi a tittle it atiom the
plze of a half dime, and It Is rapidly disappear
lnir. I would adTle CTrry on. vlrb cancer to
glrc 6. i. S. Mr IrUI.
Xs. MAyijy 3. sirCONAUCUEV,
Ab Grove, Tliosxaao. Col, XnJ.
Swift's Speelfle li entirety TegeUble. and
seems to cure cancers by forclnit out tne Impu
rltlrtjrrom the blood. Treati wi Illoud and
THE SWt. SPECIFIC CO.,
JttAVfcvK,3. JLTLA.NTA. C.A.
ctfirJu. - - - - - ? 400,000
.It'JtPir.l -- - "- - - MtOJUOO
Aseosnts of ltitakav3aakrs and Corpora
tiomaajictted Our fatllltles for CObtKCTIOVSare ezeel
tenbaaiwe re-discount for banks when bal
anceawanaritlt llastesyUa'Ueserve City, and b-Uaneea with
us fpim;Banta(Btlo.ated lu other Reserve
C 1 1 1 tA eowt aaj) cMsjrve.
vv jvsaraw ow-ftr.ekBs(e on London and
the (AaUaBsVtBi aaaka Caole. traaaten and
spates ami Caaada.
chauia-s. IP )VatilifUi iidttJor-Qauis wlto-outertfaayfe.i-Jtiis
We have a market for prime first-class In
yestmentbeeurttles.asdlnvlta proposals! um
States. Counties. od , Cities, wbra Usiury;
bonds .'lif, I " ! ,
W'edo inaerillBaaMlac bailntii.and tn
vltec:orres-iriaehcV.'- 'J "
ASA r. rOTTKK. President.
.101. W. VTUKK, CuhlerA
A'l'UeViJl1 LJilesOrataautlfiil Card.
ofti mn aleeunt vt of Una
leVelXUS.WUI umsiii VJ
is an ouiia9
SCtHIIATtS LIYfR flllS.
If JiUeil im,AltHm
9$ rt aourg n ,p .
P4-fcVPftV-jr fJiCetfCf J.
wtmrw j- Ni wrm jf&ttwrm Ftfr Firrm ertV
IIxpallibls ifukcfe mxdnwrma. A Ft ft
nrxtMtji $ urt TreatDtf V3 Ja trill htti Irre t
Fit Da.niE tttrrivAnsApekTaKSscIUrsnoabeiKBlMB
ltfija-MroDsi k.I.I-NtLtnl Atxti SL tniltrliahiA.fav.
mUrH'i. SSU 4BM ifi JJUrart.tjrSLAUD
Tb OrlfflniU mnd Only Grnalne.
ldrmwhln t t-eCfMCS r Aft jvmr PsT0ft tr
jp-.)a " SrUrtrtlr) tn ltttr trrrrtwrn mmlL
WA-5WE rAPtWa-'1llil Cfcmle-U Cm
mmti fcy Di-iaf-f ittfTltiw. fbr Cfclehe
W. L. DOUGLAS
The k-aUIpr; W
of the vorld. Ua of Ua
kcit mJrterUt, perfect fie and
tuperiot to shotsmally told
;or s ana VK t'J
pair warranted Jon-
The RTes.t daut4 for ttU abo ta bn a in&
citBtiraarantM-oflU rttlatflhlyi toniUrUipui
llctClll bucravtUlLed.WQ baTfrmaUeAach ImproTe
menuUittlifccni bo queftUontaOarciataior
0ife1ncrfJfcsff f3 SAorrfn tevortt
vn i.-nauotMattAO -shoe.
for gtjuumtn. Beet oftll.-sritb natiom ol eleeltsl
stock, end e)aal if aotaonerlor.to the fa shoes
eJrertlied by otter, firma. We lnstte mpereonat
3 SUOB rOtt TtOTS. Seme ttrlee e the
M JtAOe. tarefallT JL'l eaDetaBttally made.etjllea
D.l neeijAlSdVe a Mfcool shoe, lr any of the
above cannot he a-siityocr dealert.eemt address
- postal to W.L.IoaiIas.Bro;kioa,atM.
PAXSON it WELLAND
So. 1) KmI Mala Stiseot, Mprlncfleid, O.
tiOUr KEDAl, EA5M3, 1C7J.
Vatnffitni aadetoMfffi jr
Cocoa, from "which thecx(v--of
OtTbaa toa Jt-nwrwl. It ha thr?
tun the tirtmgth U Cocoa auit.il
wttb Starch, inownot or Smear,
llbrrfore f ar luortf rcooLoil.
OLvttftg fftf tMan one rrnt a
. It la deltckm. DOurlvhlDA,'.
jtrtngthening, w!ly dltretej, and
iiirUy laUpiea for tnTabai a
all ai forpeaona tn Bgaatc
814 rf Qnttn crery w here.
7. BAKER &.CH.DorcMuT, Mass,
el ' .- A
sano roa oja
HEW ILLUSnUTED CATaLOCUE
59 MalnStreet.' "- Buffalo. N. Y
THEH. P. HUBBARD CO, Judicious Ad
Veriislne Aerenls &t5perts,NevY Haven, Ct
. . ? a a. .k .a 0tMrt OMf VCIV IsMMtt
Ajn-xi, proofl o-ad itrmator
COftinANY Mvwipaprs, t orwirdtd to
soonsibl prt- liiTOA apccation
I CURE FITS!
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etliixuit ll-a A.e ib-ai imiu. enla. 'iijf-
lmtst rl J9U4Mi'C'i' -" - "I '
wtmet H ar!Pt " it' rwkrit rA-u.- Brsee.
MAtn imaerfa lot -tT.r
cu.7e.ne at -ee. fe- . ni. . a. .fw, S.ll. el aj
inrsBX. iMif en.. Ean-M e rMSOOk. 11 jee
UX . .1.1 .TIM 1 Y.I csnivB,
Ur-MOe. IL o. boot. 1S rw I !.". Tfff.
Free. A victanof jouthiat
tare Pecey. err-sie Debar
n remeaj. nee funcorereii a
bo wtU send i HEE to has
Box naLS York at
TAIa 'WAFERS aro
monthlr br orer 10.au
ie. AYerrttalaad iteaeant
mau.or at druirgisu. Sealed
I tiostjurfl atamDS. Address
Tax caaaA CBAtatroi. Ox, DRtorr. avca.
For Hii. by Fravak; I. Cobleoti sad Ad
Hakhaus A Co. ..
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