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REPTTBUC, -VEDXKDAY EVEXTXC. .TTLT 27 1887.
-! Unatast On a EAria for Pais.
lUltniiun qulctlr ttan ui other kaowa
edyi kbeumatiesB. Marmll&,
fiwrUlmra. At Jiecfc. Rmium
Bum. SoaMa, Cut. Lumba-
Back a be, QeuMP, Bore TbroaS,
8oUtic. Wound, UMdtcU,
luXbjhe Sprain, etc. ITtee
)r a uoui. sou ay au
ruicrfsu. Caution. Hie atest
ate satiation iHt torars out
listred Tie-Marst. aal our
li arjw k us
trv(ntH4rt,KLiUinra,UdL a, a.
Itr. Uuils touch Wtr villi rare year
CmkussH. rtie air It. sIxm.i.
A whole medicine chest in your pocket,
with one bo of Ayer Pills As they
ululate directly on the stomach and
bowels, they indirectly affect every
other organ of the buclj. When the
stomach is out of order, the head is
unVtted digestion falls, the ll.-.l be
ceimes impoverished, and jou fall an
rast victim to auv prevalent tli.eaie.
Miss M E Hot le, of ilkeslurre, I'a ,
puts the whole truth in a nutshell, when
! "1 use uu other medietas
than Aer's 1'IIIm. They are all that
slit oim nreds, and just spleudid tuuvs I
muuev in do tors bills
Here is an instance of
who lost his medicine chest, but, having
at hand a bottle of Ayer's Pills, found
himself fully equipped J. Arrison,
M D , of San Jose, Cal , writes:
"Millie three, vears ago, by the merest
accident, X was forced, so to speak:,
li prestrilss Ayer's Cathartic Pills for
ev rral sn k men among m Mtrty ot engi
neers til the Sierra Nevada mountains,
luv uieditiue chest having been lost in
crossing a mountain torrent. I was
surprised and delighted at the action ot
the Pills, so much so, indeed, that I waa
lel to a further trial of them, as well as
of vour Cherry Pectoral and bsrsaiia
rilla I have nothing but praise to offer
iu their favor "
John ltrown, M I) , of Oceana,
W Va. writes:4 I prescribe Ayer's Pills
in my prat ti e, and nnd them excellent.
1 urge their general use iu families
T Hastings, M 1) , of Baltimore,
Md , writes- "That Ayer's Pills do con
trol and ture the complaints for which
they are designed, is as conclusively
pro en to me as any thing possibly can be.
Tliev are the best cathartic and aperi
ent within the reach of the profession."
Dr. J. C. Ayer 4. Co., Lowell, Matt.
bold by all Druggists.
Mexican far Veteran.
The wuoJerful efQcacy of &tft Specific a a
voic-iy &ii J cur? for rteuiu&lUin and all LUmJ tlle-a-,
has never baj a morvcsjuplou.ui l)'utratlon
Ua tals case sJTord.u The canlU, UDolUte4 uad
eaiphAtlc teitlraoay fliYa b the veuer&ble geuilfr
uu taiUit be Accrptnl - cuut lacing ah-I coailtulra.
TIM wTluUaprocaineDtcltUeDo(MlasliHlpl. Tb
icpUeiaaa to bom Hr Martlu tvten, Usd to wbum
be U Lade! for tb tbdvio lo wblcb be own kl
IUsaI rrUrt tmta ye&ri of suffcrlbc, la Mr King. Cor
ti.vOT je&n tbe upuUr uitght clerk of Uw L-ftirreaos
Jackso llliL, April SSL 1SSI.
1 uk. bwirr snciric OuMPiM, Atlmatx. Oa.i
GttttUwc I be be-rti aa loTsJld pgndonar for
Tortjr rTk, hat ttK contracted j-ulmtnaxy and ocber
llscaaea la Ut Alexlcau War. but not Oil the 1st ot
Urcn, 1S73, 1U 1 fl any symptom of rbeumaltaa.
uthatdA I wm sosidcKty ktricaea with that dl
eiae In both hlp and anktea. For twenty days I
alked on crutches. Tneatae pain waileea violent.
tut tl fchlfted from Joint to JoluL For wpekl I wnold
ie tolall) disabled, either uu one nlde of my body or
tbe other Tbe bnlu beter left men moment for
leen ear and seven mooth hat lf rora March t.
isTi. wWn 1 was nrt attacked, to October 1. I'M.
w ben I was cured. Inning Uiee cleTeu yean of tn
eiwe uring 1 tried innumerable prescription
trom Tarkma hyBicianc, and tried eTrrytnlng sag
rested br friends, but If I ever recelTed tbe least
oenedt from any medicine taken Internally or ex
.eruallr, 1 am uot aw are of it finally, alKiuttna
tirst of beptember, I made arrangem uu to go to the
Hot Springs of Arkaai, ka lng desialrcsd of every
tber renMdj. uhen luccblrutally met an oldac
lualutance, sir. kin?, now uf tbe Law rence House
r tbbi city. He bad uuce been a gn at suQerer from
-beumattem, and, an 1 supposed! had beea cored
3 aTisltto Bx Springs, but when f met blrakw
siLddmetbathlsTloitto tbellot Springs was In rata
le found no relief On hla return from Hot Springs
ie beard, for the first time, of tbe S. n, 3. as a remedy
"tr rbeumatln. lie tried It and alx bottto made a
'Monplete cure. Se era! years tutre pasted since, but
ae ban bad no return of tbe disease.
I Immediately returned to try It. In Swptember 1
m f tur bottles and by the first of October 1 waa
ell-as far as the rbeuaaatlsm was concerned. All
ll n bad disappeared, and I aUTg oT TLI a twib
jr it siscc
1 nai e no Interest In making this statement rther
iban tbe hope that It may direct some other sufferer
to a sure source of relief, and If It ha this result I
.m well rewarded for my trouble. I am very re
tpectf uil and truly your friend.
J M. H. Kami.
Fur sale b all drnrglsts. Treatise on Blood and
6 tin ltMe inU-d free.
Tag Hwirr Brmviric Ox.
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DOCS, BOGS, POUITBY.
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RAKE AND BEAUTIFUL
CHAT WITH A RECENTLY RETURNED
GathrlDg th XTvlrcl and Frrentrlr
Dvlrtpmenta of 111 Floral Kingdom.
Life Among; SaTageAlleglnulus; of
Craze fur Orrhlds.
It was my go.nl fortune to meet In Mr.
Bergman' greenhouses a world renowned
dtacmerer and dealer In thee weinl and
eccentric developments of the floral king
dom, Mr Freelnco Man, nhuhu just re
turned f-uui lu annual trip to South
America in quest of orchids, biiiikrin?
with him a ship load of the coveted buds,
tropical iernx and the tloneriiu; union for
the New ork and limoklxu markets, as I
will as for lliowj of london, l'uris and !
Merlin Kilty thotisaud orchids of this im
portation are in Mr ilergmiii m euro i
Some half dozen men ere busil ope-iung
the crates in which the plants were iMxexl,
while others had aire ail e found place 1U I
the greenhouses unions those .tlrc-aelv cul- I
tivated by the florist stne tropical blnls I
brought li the merchant in orchids
neemed to have found a fitting home in
such surroundings As Mr. Miu talked
of his methods of trade t cannot do U tit r
iu this directiou thaii to repeat some or j
tions of It in answer to the queries pro-j
pounded by his curious visitors on this oe- i
caloii, and as nearly as possible in his
"You see,' said he, "I have been visit-
lug South America for some ten or twtlve
yean on purpose to obtain orchids from
the forests of IiraziL, the United States of
Colombia and elsewhere I hav e my own
! wrvauLs, guides, etc , who are read) to
meet me on arrival We travel 1 000
mile into the interior, (lerlmps, Is fore be
ginning ojieratlons. Of course 1 take an
interpreter with ine, as in all my journevs
I have not learned the low mixture of
languages HjioLen by the natives "
FOES TO BE lEAKHI
"Are j ou not timid amid such a rude
1 "Oh, no, my guides and myeelf are well
i armed The foes we have most to fear
are the reptiles and wild animals "
j "And how do jou defend yourself
I We travel by boat ami on muleliark
I when we ran, and sometimes through
I almost impenetrable forests, but at night
we have one rule for shelter and protec
tion. Three tires are made asd our hut
placed In the triangular sptu-e between
them There are mans tigers iu the lira
zilian forests, aud as for snakes well, I
could spend hours telling jou of them, i
brought home the skin of one tlurtj feet
long Here on my thumb is the scar of a
"Don't tell us more of the snakes,"
said Air Man's audience
"Xo. no, it is of the orihids you want
to know Well, orchids are parasites
Thev grow on rix ks and trees and are fisl
bv the moisture in the atmosphere, al
though there are ortlnds that grow in the
earth They are found in all countries,
and the rarest and most beautiful are the
parasites. The natives of (south America
are very fond of them, cultivate them
around their dwellings and call them
neur de santus, the rlovver of health,
sometimes a gorgeous flower is seen ou
the top of a forest tree, which is only ob
tainable bv cutting down the tree; some
times they are found near the summits of
mountains 10,000 or 12,000 fe t high as
some species grow where it is cold aud
near the snon s, and others where the heat
is constant and almost overpowering "
"How do jou transport these gather
ings of orchids'"
"At times the natives carry tin m, but
usually ou muleback to some sea port,
and no freight Is more costly, as the
woislen crates in which they are tacked
must lie so arranged as to give the plants
nroiwiso of a cizf
"Are many orchids sold iu this conn
trjf" askeil the writer.
"Oh, jes, there is the beginning of n
vraze for them in the L'mUsl .States, but
as )et not at all in comparison to that
which exists in England, France aud Cer
many. It is becoming the fashionable
flowir here as well as there for decora
tions, for dinner parties, for brides' bou
"Are these flowers verv evpens.ver'
"Decidedly A small lonqurl of them
ma) represent U5. In England the
wealth people will give almost mi price
for a new orchid "
"How loug have they lieen known
"Alwut 130 years, perhaps a little more,
a missionary to Indii sut some sperimeus
home and sea captains brought them from
sjuth America, the ."south Sen Islands,
Mexico, Porto Kico and elsew here 1 he
English people liked them and graduall
the) have grim il into great favor till the
mania for them resembles the cra7.e that
once evisted in Euro? for the black tulip.
Agents are sent ever) where that orchids
are indigenous for new varieties. I have
mjself discovered seventeen new vane
ties. Baron Shroder, who resides near
lnloli, has the finest collection iu the
world, the Duke of Marlborough has
man) rare varieties and so has U&ruu
Rothschild It was in Boston that or
chids first found favor in this country.
Mr .Tav Gould has a splendid collection
in his greenhouses near Tarrytown on the
Hudson, Mr Corning, of Albany, has the
most extensiv e collection this side of the
ocean, and Mr Cornelius Vanderbilt is
beginning to purchase them for his place
in Newport." Urookl)n Eagle.
Mark Twain's sW-lmlarly Attainments.
People who know Samuel I. Clemens
only as Mark Twain, the humorist, have
no idea of the scholsrlv attainments of
the man Reading his look.s of travel, one
gets ml) the impression of a newspaper
luau. A brilliant and wilt) one, it is
true, but with the shallow llippunc), the
Irreverence that is the characteristic of
m&nv joiirnslists who hold few thtnes
sacred and would sacrifice most things to
point u funn) ikiragraph
Dora Wheeler, who has painted the por
traits of most of the literary men and
women of t.i-daj, painted Twain's not
long Ago, and said of him that she had
never had among all her literarv sitters
one more thoughtful, learned mid schol
arly. He would pass like a flash from
the maddest and most irreverent waggery
to a grave discussion of abstruse thought,
and his favorite poet was mlrabile dictu
Robert Brow nine If one can picture
anything apparent!) more at the antipo
des of thought than Twain's trenchant,
obvious, aggressive humor and the subtle,
introspective, involved processes of
Browning's mind, they may lie able to
comprehend how tar one is from knowing
a man solely by his published works
Boys have a (leriod of mischief as much
as they have measles or chicken pox.
Henry Ward Beecher
"K nSLWVlX iVr'. by
toother at Land. It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
tr Morphine, but gives the child natural
mue from pain. Price 25 cents. Bold by
Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and
The oil producers of north w estern
Ohio are called to meet at Findlay August
2. to discuss measures for relief from the
exaction of the Standard Oil compan).
The wonderful one-horse shay, which
ran a hundred rears to a day, is only equaled
in modem times b the celebrated Uolinan
Admstable Baby Carnage, which is so per-
tect In all its parts tint with ordinary rare
1 ...... , l . . CLl
Will last wroujeu sev erai generations, ooiu
people by the manufacturers.
Holuiaii Adjustable Carriage
Wabash a enue. Chicago, for their
finely illustrated catalogue.
Wallace Phillips, the boy who was shot in
the head bv tbe cowbovs of Sells' circus
I during their recent performance at Clinton,
la., died Monday.
Pits AU fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
.lireat erve ueseoiei. -so itcs aieci msi
1 .. tn .,
. eitcrak .,- .
I djj', use. Marvelous cures.
i realise ana
cases, hend to
i)r Kline, 911 Arch street, Philadelphia,
1 B. Ul&l ueii- '" ' -
AT THE SODA FOUNTAIN
Bow "Coutllutlon Ilrac.rs," "Pluptit
tsV' tc, Ar. FIsMil Out.
A sad eved )outh mechanically manipu
lated tbe faucets of a soda fountain ou
Broadway the other day and liizcd out
for a reporter a mined drink poetically
called pnophate It had a mixed taste
and a lingering farewell to it that cansed
the scrilie to pause and listen to the) out h.
Yes," he said, leaning against the
counter and making himself comfortable,
' the business is grow ing comph x Xo
piere chuckled headed thump can squirt
oda w ster now There are so man)
fane) drinks mixtures, 'nerve ticklers,'
'stomach bracers and 'throat coolers,
)oucaut cxiiettau inexperienced !ov to
come ls-lilml the counter and serve cus
tomers without an apprent.ceslnp He
would be rattled if a customer should
come In hurriedl) aud ask for a "phos
phates! mixed nerver ' Where would he
be lhenthure is the 'plain phosphite'
ami the tletp uk slack,' all chsv drinks
to concoct whec )ou understand the
" Isik at all these faucet valves on the
face of this fountain The) nut onl) lit
out all the mineral waters known, but
the various sweet extracts of fruit the
1 idles are so fond of. -Hut the fountain is
too small to contain the other ingredients
for faiuv and substantial drinks We
kes"p a shelf uiiuer the counter with lit
tles read) for use and a heater to furnish
warm drinks ssjni), jear, jgo Vichy,
Kissingeu, sarsnparilla and drinks of that
kiml were all the go, but now-new fanglcd
mixtures ilivide the honors Men drink
Vih) more than women The latter do
not care much for the lulneral waters and
nerve tlriuks, they want sweet extracts
ami soda Women oexasiouail tr) a
IhiuiIIoii Mufti r, but thev are few and far
lietwevn .ssiine fellow who ain't much on
s ieute, 1 think, has started the reort
tint ichv is devitalizing It has had au
effect on Us st.
"Men who lutronire soda fountiint
regul irl) don t like straight drinks 1 hey
ask for a little lime juice, phosphate or
eringer to kind of tone up the taste of the
liquor It ipis'ars to me the) look hap
pier wht'n thee hear tile 'squirt, squirt,
squirt, freim the bottle into their drinks
Sovou-ee no gawk), evervday man can
step iu md do what it takes us vears to
ltani I am going to trv and get my boss
to start a fountain higher uptoeen where
nothing but neriers are sold What are
'nervers Whv, 1 mean nerve drinks,
"constitution bracers' and "phosphuters
Hundreds of men ever) da) sa) tome
aside 'sac, gimme suthiug to biuce me
up, kinder That's the business I want
to do the brace up' business " New
York Mail ami Express
lie ay of KAUianc..
"There is. after all, a deplorable lackot
romance iu this progressive age of ours,"
said a gentleman In one of our jewelry
stores "In davs gone by the betrothal
ring wis considered as a sort of love to
ken, and the maiden who received it wore
it aud doled uikiii it because of the spirit
in which it was given Xow, honever,
the prls are verv particular, and it is no
unusual thing for them to come here with
their engagements ami have the settings
changed, an alteration made In the in
scription or some other little matter that
don't just suit them corrected And the
wedding ring is no longer held so sacred
as it Used to be Wh), do )ou know it
has not been long since a prospective bride
came in alone and selected her own w (si
ding ring, had it fitted to her linger left
the order for the engraving to go within
the kind, aud then had the cost charged
to her fiance Xow that sort of thing is
calculated to knock romance higher thau
a kite "- Williamsport Grit.
A trj DUItrl Jap
The) are telling in Boston of two or
three Japanese students of rank who have
lieen in the habit of dining each Sunday
let the residence of one of the solid cm
zens of the Hub On a recent bunilav
one was alisent, and when the host asked
whv, one of the guests said solemnl),
"Oh, he cannot come He ver) verydis
sipated'" The host thought it best not to
make anv further Inquir) at the time, but
after the meal ventured to ask the same
)oiing man in private "You say Mr Xitu
shi is not well'" 'No, he not well he
ver) dissipated" "He hasn't been drink
ing" "Oh, no, no' He no drunk "
"Xot gambling'" "Xo, no! He no
gamble" "Ma) 1 ask what he has bt-eu
doing, then" Oh, he ver) dissipated.
He eat spongee cake allee time he all
broke up now " Xew York Sun
lIlrkerlBE. or Mnynllr.
Regrettably enough, the practical es
trangement between the queen and the
Princess of Wales is deeiienlng During ll
past few months they have seen less of
each other thin ever Her rojal highness
never disregards her majestv's tiositive
commands when there is a famil) gather
ing iu sjinie vault or other for pocket
handkerchief drill, hut she avoids meet
ing the queen uuuecessaril) and he r
majest) certaiulv never makes a pleasant,
motherly call at Marlborough house.
Were there no Princess of Wales it Is pos
sible that in her old age the queen might
alidicate in favor of her eldest sou, but
her majest) will assuredly never consent
to play queen dow ager to the princess'
queen Ixindon Letter.
What tand.rlillt Had I'ud.r Ills Arm.
At the time when the French papers
were full of the stories of the late Mr.
Vauderbilt's purchases of Meissoniersaud
the rest, the Cnesus was encountered one
earl) morning iu Paris with a buudle uu
der his arm
"How is this" asked his friend
"Abroad so eirl) 1 Ah, I ee! You have
been to secure a trouvaille, some objis t of
art, another marvel for your collection "
"Well, no," replied William H , "I
bought a pair ot shoes )eU-rcla) which
hurt me, and I am takiug them to the
shoemaker to have them put in order.
When Alexander Hamilton Kented.
A favorite Sunda) walk used to be
along the western shore of the Hudson to
the spot where the duel between Hamil
ton and Burr was fought lliis spot is
now covered with railroad tracks, and
although a monument was once erected
there, it U no longer to lie found But
the large, red stone against which Hamil
ton rested while his wound was being
examined is preserv ed ou the King estate,
ou the bluffs overlooking the river, and
marks the entrance to a sort of observ
atory called "The Fort," as if in rivalry
with "The Castle" of the Stevens family,
a mile or two aw a) Xew York World
nau'sonis with rubber ties are used in
Loudon, they are easy and noiseless
A Mistaken Idea.
There i9 an idea abroad in the minds of
altogether too man) that it is mean or
dose or stingv for one man to drink auy
tlung when fi lends are within call vvitliout
asking them all to join him. This absurd
sentiment h is its corollary in the breast of
the friends thu; treated who Msuino that
they will each and all lie considered nieaa
umes they at once reciprocato tho treat
bv treating the original treater to another
drink The vulgar, commercial, quid pro
quo element which is thus forced into the
thing known as social drinking isiu itself
much more deserving of the epithet mean
than the thing which it Is supposed to
avoid Nevertheless, it U a custom, and
is )ielded to by thousands of men, young
and old, who know better but are afraid
of lieing misunderstood and criticised if
they ignore it New Haven Palladium
AE'inst Dialect Literature.
We are not a nation of dialect yawpers
As a people we do not lielieve tint Ameri
can humor borrows any excellent e tr
any real acceleration of current from liad
spelling or a hideous pronunciation, and
jet our magazines and newspapers ate.
too often guillyof presenting our litera
ture as a coarse joke, told by ourselves at
the expense of our own dignity. I do not
say that whit we are pleased to call dia
lect literature ought to disappear, but I
do sa) that its supremacy in our pub
lished w ritings is the exiicment of a total
lack of patriotism in our literary life, for,
if we were sincerely American in our lit-
Ierarj work, we should delight in a nobler
strain of art when attempting to repre
sent American life and American aspira
1 tions Maurice Thoojusou.
Tli" Nrvt VstsI vvr
Tteir dmiral "simpson from i w York,
sat comfortiibl) In an cm chair in tlm
drawing room of tho Hotel llalzac and
chatted for half an hour or so about a va
nety of naval matters
"Yes " he said in replv to tnv n juirv,
"you are tight The next nava' wir will
solve some ptir7lmg questions As to re
Fisting the attack of u torpeds boat of
course no ships of war can du it if the
blow comes from bene ith for the armor
plates never cover the Isittom but the
question Is can the torpeslo boats get
underneath to explode their charges" ou
see ah the modern arrangements of
flashing electric lights and double chain
nets at the ale- it is next to impossible
for them to approach a man of war with
out leiug detected, and if once detected,
a shot or two from the ship s lmtter of
Hole hkis guns would put au end to the
thing at once" "
I suggested thst the torpeslo hints
might go under these nets and come up
from IsluM In general, vou in i) sav,"
herephesl th it the cxis-riiiieiits in that
line have met with verv little success
but, of course, if such .isvstem cm lie
perfested, wh) (and the admiral
shrugged his blond shoulders) we lead
be tter all agree to re m uu on shore How
ever that ma) be, 1 think that the torie
does will hive their greatest application
iu tin li irlstr aud coast defenses 'ilure
we sh ill sts? some live 1 times, the defend
ers readv to touch an ele"ctric button aud
blow into pieces the llrst ship to cross the
spot where the dwiauiite lies resd), and
the eu mv scheming, on the other hand,
nnd most!) at night, to destro) the tor
pedoes or tocut the wire It will belike
the old game of mining mil countermin
Iu regard to our onunsvil strength
the admiral sud We are jou know
supposed to Ik nUstirdle weak inouriiav),
but nt least we have this ndi. inline over
ail) either countrv that we can profit now
b) a long series of blunders and improve
melits made h them while we leave lieen
doing nothing Our new ships will rep
resent all that the engineers of Europe
have found to lie lest ' I'aris Cor New
siieeit nt h 1 Hat Train.
sqsssi is h inl toaverngt". 'lite o0 ami
T" miles in hour train is geuerallv a
uiMh n tvengeof 1 .110 s r hour 1
the f istesl tunc in the I nitesl Mutes This
is nucleoli the Pennsylvania linntisl in
its run tiom .lersev I'itv to I'luladelplii i,
10 milt's in less thill two hotus 1 he
' Kletiig Dutchman tiaiu is supposed to
mike the fastest time in the world lie
twis.ii Iiudou and Bristol, lis 14 miles,
111 less thin two limits The ulerage
tliuii;li, cef e veil tins fast tram is oiilv
.VI 1 S miles iier hour There aie several
other trains notesl for rc-markabl) fast
time ou short distances Sonn times a
straight nnd eveugr'ide for a distance of
20 miles will iiernut n train to run at the
rate of more than a mile a minute One
train on the Oinadi in l'aiitlc road from
Cotaiitau to Ottawa, nveriges V) miles au
hour for i distance of TSmihs On the
Central road the late Mr aiiderlult
traveled at the rite of 111 miles in hour
Au avenge of :!0 1 J mihs nil hour is con
sidered fist traveling Man) of the
limited, lightning expresses do not go at u
faste r rate '1 lie value of railroads in the
I'nitcsl Stites exceeds (tj,000(iml,000
Xew York Mail and Express Interview
licit and Cold Weather Clears.
"Hive a hot or cold w either cignr"
asked the dealer Heing curious I asked
him to explain whereupon he ssid
"Proliablv vou don't know that sinit
men ch inge the brand of the cigars w Inch
thev smoke all winter fur a different olm
as the spring or summer advances No'
Well I'm glad 1 ve told a newspaper man
something new 1 could mention a dozen
well know n Uroukl) mtes who smoke mild
cigars iu hot weather and strong ones In
cold Some men think that a strong
weed has . i debilitating effect In the dog
di)s, and I guess the) 're about right
Cigarette's are more mpiilir In summer
than in winter Even a dude doesn't
care to smoke a cigaiette when the ther
Iiioineter U at zero 11m paper sticks to
one's mouth, and taken altogether the
sensation is disagreeable Smokers, and
more cspes.iall) Brookl)n smokers, are
fistnlioiis The) want their cigars just
so, and unless a dealer Is particular he
stands a good chance of losing much cus
torn Most of in) trade is done b) the
box, although I do quite a transient busi
ness " Ilrisikl)ii Eagle.
Hon MeHlern II)nin Are Written.
Know that mair It's William II
Donne, and he makes $J0 000 a )ear writ
ing h)inus or rather that s the ro)nlt) he
gets. He is engaged with Fa) A. Co
but in his leisure moments he hunts
around and rinds a touching bit of iuetr)
and he words it into a In inn Oh, it s a
pa) ing business, lients any kind of win
ing I ever heinl of. but it's not even
bodv tint can catch on to th it sort of i
st)le It s harder thau writing varictv
songs or even I edger stories or dete-ctiie
5 arns of blood md thunder romances
You see, a miu must hive! some of the
divine atlHtus niixesl with a good deal of
pietv in order to lie a success as au hym
nologist Cincinniti Enquirer
The 1'lilg Hat lloyrntteil.
The Sin Francisco Examiner calls uiion
all adult m lie citi7eiis to Is)) cot t the plug
hat and to indulge iu the Use of hair oil
'Much," it si)s. "as we sometimes Hugh
iu our slceus at thevanitv of using hair
oil, )e t the exs rietite of the African Nu
bians who consume all the grease thev
can get ou their vvooll) heads, wuuld seem
to favor the practice lit preference to
wnte which most ge nernllv contains
more or less matter that is injurious to
the h ur 1 here is no lildiie"ss among the
Xubi ins whose hair is greased sttif ill
the time lreside living ill the scotching
line I'.e for slt Urine.
Salt brine is used In phelheld Fuclind
for hardening steel, sa)s au e chaime
'1 he mixture improves with age aud u-e
and to siuh an extent tint its v due is
largel) increisesi In some cases these
tanks are lift) years oM( and have a value
In proportion to their age It ippirs
that the constant dipping of the hot metal
Into the same solution alters Iu sotm wax
Its character Boston Budget
is warranted, is because it Is the best
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tlvelv cure all Blood Diseases, purities the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the.
Constitution. Ueuieuiber, xve guarantee It.
Frank 11. Coblentz, comer Market and
tinSiinda) morning physicians at the
Clue iiinatl hospital removed a sjmsmi from
the stoinai ll ol a patient b) a surgic al oi
eration. fiood s Sarsaparilla
Combines, In a manner tiecuhar to Itself, the
bestbloesl purlf)ing and strengthening reme
dies of tho vegetable kingdom lou wlf find
this wonderful remedy effective where other
medicines have filled. Try it now It will
purify jour blood, regulate the digestion,
and give new life and v Igor to the entire body.
"Uoods sorsasirilla did me great good.
I was tired out from overwork, and it tone el
me up." Mks ti E mmmios, Cohoes, .
"1 suffered three years frnni Llissl ihusoii.
1 took Hood s Sarsaparilla and think 1 am
cured" Mas M J. Davis, HrucKiun, .-v.
Vurifies the Blood
Hood's Sarsaparilla is characterized by
three isrullaritles 1st, the rami imitlon nf
remedial agents ; 2d, the jiro;rtJc, 3d, the
proctu of securing the active medicinal
qualities The result is a meJic me of unusual
strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown.
Send for book containing additional evidence.
" Hood s Sarsaparilla tones up my ) stem,
purifies my blood, sharpens my appetite and
seems to mike ine cuer." J. 1" Tiioiu son-,
Register uf Deeds, Lowell, Mass.
" Hood s Sarsaparilla beats all otlic rs and
Is worth its weight In gjild " I.BaukisotoS,
ldci Bonk Street, New York City.
Bold by all druggists, ft ; six for 5. M-cdt
auly by 0. 1 HOOD & CO , Lowell, Mass.
IOO Done One Dollar
tler1r to sltitlicra. I
Mr Winilow'a toothing S)rup, forcliil-i
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians lu
the United States, and has been used for
years with never-falling success by millions
of mothers for their children During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
ter) and diarrhwa, griping in the bowels
and wind colic. Bj giving tealth to the '
atllld It rstlhe mother I'rle J'.c a bottle,
llil.etierel llehltit t iiihc nil loll,
Consumption and Wa-tmg in ehildten,
ott I uuilsinu is a most valuable fissl '
suit iiieiliiliic H creites au appi tite,
sin lutlnns the uelious system and builds
up the body Usee ticeii highly pltH-cd
with it m consumption scrofula, and
wasting diseases, Imiinliitls ami throat
tumbles" x Icims, l D , Cornerswlle,
1 1 v s Ci r cm It v I vi wis recommended
lo ine b my diuc'gist as a fire lentil e to hay
teeer 11 lie been Using it s,., ttirestesl since
the ')th of August and hive found It 1 spe
cine for th it much dreeded and loathsome
disease Koi te ii yc arsor more I hue lieen
a great Mitfe re I c u h year, from August 'Uh ,
till frost, aud hive tried mill) alleged rem '
sties for its t me. but Hy's Cream Halm is
the only pieventive I hunt ver tumid Ha)
finer sullen rs ought to know of its t th
cacy F It xiiisworth. publisher. In-1
Krmeil) rur Ki.li.e) Vile. II. .11.
"My kiilnevswereso aileclecl I havobeen
c itnpt lie 1 to get up as in uh as ten times
ill one night I had pain in mv side, bxck .
and left shoiildi r, and whin down could I
hardly rise 1 was unable to bend my
ImmI) without great pain 1 tried Simmons
I iter Kenulstor and my condition has im i
proves! so much that 1 harcll) ever teel all)
of in) old trouble '
.Iciiinsox, Kxpress Agent,
Mai cm, da
'1 here is no one article in the line of uied'
lcmes that gives so large a return for the,
inone) as a good porous strength! ning plas
ter, such asCarter's Smart Weed and Bella
ontia Backschu Plasters. 47r
slniiiiiiiic; lint lllsen-e.
1 he Muki rs lielieve that in arl) all ilis
ea.ses can be pieientcsl by inaiiit ilium: m r
fec t dieestiou. 'lliii never einiilov doctors
lies uise ss sisin as the digestion bexoinesj
liufiaired thev lake a few doses of the
bh il er 1 xtrac t of Ibsits (Sleel's hy nip)
unl hi ellh is the result, for it is a marvel
ous leiuisU for dyspepsia Mrs. Ilettie
lliuck writes fioni Monuoii drove, ray
son ciuint). Texas AiiBiist ".. 1Ss4 "lam
fifty ves.rs old this month, and I must sa)
)our medicine has provesl a woiiderlul
mislicine to ine. When I first received It
i e..i,M ma sie. n nii-his ami I lis. I s ilnt-
I could not sle. p nlclits. anil 1 had a Hut-
terinn in the pit of my stoma. It 1 could
not Is r in) hand or the we.irht of ill)
clothes on it. 1 had a thruliliini; and a rotr
im; 111 my head 1 was a'raid it it eoiitin-
ue-dl should losemynimd I oltentiims
... . . . ., ,.
but your miclieine has proved a blesslni; to
me The pain and inisc rable feelini; in mv
In ad h is mme. My head is dear and I
slee p soundly every night 1 imii ris'oin
meiiil it with ilcasiire. Who would not:'
Vou may Use this letter If you like It inav
fall into some hands attiuted as 1 was, and
1 im sure they can find relief in your medi
cine." Coiiinieiienu; July Jltli and lontinuin
each biinday thereatbr until September
nth the I It. .x W. will sell excursion tic k-
etsto hiiuliisky, rut-in Hay. Lake uW,
, ,. , , , . ,,. 1. . . . I ... ...
anil cesiar i oini lirancu ai a veri iow race
f..rtl,e r ,.l inn Ti, Lets will l- rood
rt turning ou train leniug Sandusky Sun
day evening or on regular trains Monda).
Clnrles Itessuiger a farmer living near
lolcslo, O , was shot through the heart b)
Mrs Fllen Lamb, a widow, while he was
trv lug In force an entrance into her house",
at ' o'c toe k in the morning.
fVV A and reliable Jledicineciarethebest
VJVW te)depndupon Acker's Blood Kl
ixir lias been prescribed for years for all Im
TruritiesoftbeBlood lueveryfonnof Scrof
ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, ItU
invaluable. For llheumatism, has no equal.
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
A set of teeth from s up. Rowland,
dentist, S S. .Muket street, over I ante's
fomLl.iuir I BOH wIU PCKfi VEGETABLE
TOMCS, qslrily ssd cossplrUly tLLiHSW
and USE1(UK TIIK BLOOD. iUUas
the srtloa of tke liver aadKIdafjs. Clsarstba
Isjsrt tkt ttta, bcadarae. or prodamcoB
sUpstloB-ALL OTHi.Il IE0 JILOICIHES Da
PtijtLKuna sod IfTaccUu fi7br rvconunnd it.
1k N K RraaLEB.of Mtriua, M-.. -y- "1
rnosrfnian4 Btuwd- Iroa BiUmasa svlusbl lonta
f it enrictunsf th blood, sad rffBOTinc sj d;pepO
umphflu. It doea not nort th teeth.'
Du, K. M. Delzxxl. Bsyoolds, lotL. mj "1
hT pmtcnbmi Bnita'i Iron Btttvra in casts. A
utniA uid bloud ilutauw. altu otwa a. ttJOMf wm
ni-t-dtvJ. and it bss proTed tburuuf hly a&tutmrtocj "
MiuW. Btji Hi MsSt Kw Orleans, Ll.
j- Brown's Lrun Bitter rlrd mo in a caa
of M mmI puisoninK and I beanfl oonuaend it to
tb wm UMMU1DS a blood MUlttwr
Ma. W U MOHAHAit.Taacninbu, AU. MTi "I
ho txwa truQUtid frum cluklbuod with Inipura
Blood and eraptkMi on my (ace two bottl of
Bruwn'a lroo Bitter affMcted a rTfM.t cure I
cannut yk too Lignlj o( Uus valuable dmmIkio)
Oenume has ai Trade Mark and crueand rtl Ituee
on wratVtwr Tatkr no o(rr. Mad, unl bj
UUOW1. Clia-MICALCO.. BLTIOKUl-lfc
ejoiiid le rn t
rut It. tr
fth 11 lUUifial.
or ti it j w
I.i.t life a bar si n t-r
it nidi t
onest Help for Men.
l'aj Xo More Money to ( links.
r uitl send vou x New sell-Cnre, discovered
1 liter "M years' experimentlm;. w'jlch '"
r HI is and Xlpses juu osetemeij .swiiuuk uu
til cured Address
IIE.N RY bl'KAllL. llox iifi. Milwaukee it
Thca Wuhbosrds are wide witU
a Bent-Wood run. 1 te Strong
ett tor d. and hekt wwuen in the
world, tor le tir all delr.
DAltlVlW M'PII CO ,
WTANTrJl Ueneral aKeuti. to wholesale
ww mT new motor. Kare cnance. itoou sai
ry or so on the dollar. Addren, with starup,
F M Heaxer. Indlauapolis, Ind. (Name this
Tutendl us; Ad vertUers should address
GEO. P. HOWELL m CO.,
to armUK sjtkkkt, nkw iukk cit(
'Hill ,... IKK nei tnnlleoi.
vmiMi nni A I. WAFER, are
I .m-SMMIIl V IlS-ll 111UUL1I1T EJI UVX3A IV.WV
. I. .!.! I. .. .-... IIIiVbI
- Ladies. re tfr. Fffcctuatand IKeavint I
3 f 1 prbux hymail oratdnifnrbJU. brttied
urdntar. .' mtitt9 .uuiiim.
TllA tntXAA CUXKli AL CAl, UlTHOIT, M.-CB
Slf AL 4JO., 1I.TmU
For ul ly Prank
U. CobleutE sDd .
HHitnuii. je t
The Crr.l r.MClUk IVrM-rlpll.B
SB Itiiia.i.niA fin i.ifjrnru mill nil TH '
e&stfi cau? M hy Sflf aliusa or In
.llu. rulliiti lintliAiLlli S1kItSJV'
bktorcI Hy in nil ritw for Pamphlvt. JrncH
KurvlUl ihemlcal fo.t Uetrult, ItHch,
Call on oraailressTheo. Troupe.druiCiElst.
corner Main aud Market streets. SDrlDglleliJ
1 1 kt. ro.itj.il .tr AeqitUiiy at kr. asp.
iMte tUeatr at frw, (MUd
Vhe. A. MM
Lawe Mrd,!1... WlBMlc-d,
iakia av wraki- rmtrfi
llr FleOT'A elrest lJiMa.r)r. lliouMtnd. of tt.tl.Bla
ruWiB A S-'lt All fc lllltiis. . IaMIIA sew
f rxtfux f
aBa VamAf eBbs RADICALLY CUBCD BeV
I p to a few Mrfks ijo I lonMdrreii m?
aWI ihechiruplun Uyspfplit of America
I.uriiik.ihr jrar that I have been afflictfJ
I hivr tried utmost evfrjthlnt elatmed to
hea iiel!r fur DfiDepiU In the hope of
ni.aini mti.it ii; that Mould Hflurd per
invneiit rellel 1 Us about rriA.le up my
mimt li aha ti Ion all medirinrs when I
n.aUr-.l an fUklorteiiifnt of Mnuuum
LUr Kfifiilaior by a prominent i.eur
tUn. i jurist vthoni I knew, and concluded
to try It elTettn In my ce I have uted
hut two bottles, tttd arn tntlsfletl that 1
hnve ttrut k the rtIit thlnte at last I felt
iU beneficial effect ill no I Immediately
I Mike all other prepantlonn of simitar
kind noHpeeitl Itiitnu tiotn are reuulred
is to AtiiI onesh-ill orihall nnteat ThH
fact atone tUk,ht to commend tt to all
troubled with Iiyipepsl i
J N. HOMIErf. I
Turtrrurtrvii rrfinlar littbll of botljr with '
out rhHMixiliK the 1!t r tiur
KitiilsttiK th "ijleni, tnke
SIMMONS' Lin RECUUTOR.i
oiv CENUINt MMirC-ICHl BT
J. II. 7.KII.1N X CO., I'hlladelphla. '
R1ILR0AD TIME CARD.
1'lllsliiilK. Cincinnati anil HI. Louis Rail,
way Company I'an Handle Kuute.
Under schedule in effect .lanuar) 30.
ISsT. trams leave Sptlnheld, central
standxrd time for euia, Cincinnati and
Columbus, 7 lr a. m..for Dayton t".15 a.m.
forj?eiiia and IndlanaHilis tln-u-'"-for
enia, Ciiiiinnatl, Coliiuibus, Indian
asihsaud Chicago, .iir p in , for euia.
Davlon and Ciiiiiiumti, t'.ll p.
Itaius arnve in .SnruiKtield at (T:lri and
1U.20 a. in., fo 00 p. m. and 6 40 p. ru.
"Daily. (I'sll), except Sunday.
.im Doiius, Iicket Agent,
, uiTlancl, liulumbiu, tjlucluuall asu)
g Night Biprei..... e-l JO an
12 New JTork A Bolton gipreii WOan
CleTelanil 4 Euteni Express 3.t.Spn
, New Yort Lmltelipistit .IS pn
9 Nuh, , , .'.nJ0 an
27 Spg .Cln 4 Wes Ex. . .5.54 an
1 Cln. FItIdic Buckeje 7J6an
. ajCtnelnnatl i i Indianapolis Eipresill 00 an
I i Clerellnd ACtnclnnsttkiDreH 1-JUEm
SCfntl .Ina .St Louis A Kan. Ei JSpir
Aaftira raoa bast.
9 Nluht Express .
1 Cln r If Inn Uuckewe TSam
I CleTeland A Clnctanstl Express 1 JO pa
New lork.Bostan AClnetnaatt EiU5ptt
eisirs roa sorrra.
Nluht Express IJSur
a DsjlOD.SprlnnflslctAcconl.ti-'t S-S5an
11 New York A Boston Limited ....y.S0 ajs
t CleTeland A Euteni Kxprea 3.tS pa;
so viacinaau apriDKneia Aocom dju pa
H New York Limited Express 45 pa
Noll has throuica sleepers to New York and
teuton without change.
i mw.si euej iwuvua eiuiieou o&lievsa. ewiu
I xasl eotlreli of ileepers, east ot Clerelmd;
tShsw.. at alanva n. an.oA.ie Uslrx
no. til ine famous limited xpress.com
wm .e. uuu, wiwunu. mv
. ' ort la 00Ur "4 Boston In 2AH
d. 11. KNI0HT.
B. K. Ticket Agent,
L B -MAKTIN.
li. 1- A.
M. , f.nn. A Ohio H. U.
All trains run on Central timer 2S minuter
slower than city time
TBAltS LKATK UU1MU EAST.
So. 4 New York Limited, daily 10a.m,
" 2. Accoru .dalljeiceptsuudny. I ja p. m,
No 9 111 J& p m
" U Atlantic Kx .daily- 2 1Ua.m
No. 3 Cln. 4. St Louis Ex. dally 2.10 a.m
1 Accom.daRyencept Sunday Jnu7a.m
" 5. St Louis Li., dally 3 59 p. m.
No. 4 has sleepers, but do change of ears in
either case throu;b to New York. No 5 has
through sleepers to bt. Louis
t ree back to trains to all points east of. and
Including north Lewlsburg.
for tickets to all points and further Infor
nation, call on J.U Phleoii,
Telephone call 3111
llkdlttua, Ulooiuiiigtoli and Western Ralls
ARB1VK rBOU XORTH.
I Cincinnati Kxpress 'ln)ant
h Sandusky and bpringtleld Kx 9.5am
3 Columbus Malt .. 4U0Dm
AKKirC FROH IAST.
1 Mght Fxpress . 'ItSam
Chlcseo. tt L ikac City llm . b&iin
7 MuJuskj Mill ..lOSSam
3 Chicago. t L A Kan. City Kx "SOS pm
ARR1TE FROM VEST.
2 Kastern Kxpress .--. 12uam
4 Atlantic Mall Slisn
bNewiork Limited -. 4 2&pm
DEeART COIkO NORTH.
2 Lakeside Kxpress 245ain
4 Hut In Bay ti press . .. 11145am
5 Springfield and Sandusky Kx SSipm
IIEKART OOISO EAST
2 Columbus Kxpress ! 45 a m
i AtHntlc Mall . NUin
SCuluinbuj Accommodation . 6JUam
ii New ork Limited . 4 35 pm
llkrART e,oio VEST.
1 Night Kxpress 2b5ani
5 Chicago, st L A Kau. City Urn. idOam
3 Chicago. .'t.L. A Kan. City Ei "ilJpm
Ohio Southrru Kail road.
AKRIXE rROll BO'JTH.
3 Ualnbiidge Accommodation .M
1 Mall aud hi press .. .
DAFART GCIISO SOITH
i Mall ind Kxpress
4 Ualnbridge Accommodation
All trains marked run dally. all others daily
except Sunday. Standard time, which Is J
minutes slower man spr ngneid city time.
1) II ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
I WT AGENTS .&
mr nd abilitr. aeekinfl
prootabU sinplonnsBt Jib
re 1 terms will ba clran.
,1 b n aslwr works on new
sad clothing norssoualj,
Sam nla .auift tn twA
wtreettB trial on liberal terms, to bs rw
turned at my fipenso If not Batlsfactonr
imnnsio nnnt matins: 11 pnanomtnai aooesi
cerTwhrrw. lllotratd circulars and termafraav
J. NORTH SXCM'n.iriorNUiMAn.STJjtfiff.jJIs.
TDS it rpw iitf rasy vj aay
And TsViwiitf lb byaXein
.From crown of bd to sol
! ur shx-.
It cures th Plies, tt opens
Lost appetite It soon re
stores, WUe r&mlllea througlwat
tht Ian t
Keep TAH RANTS' SEl.T.EUBearst haiiJ.
Nrw ilr for all
izr un.l f firs (
WagotiM. 1-argt tiis
ciHint to bilMer sod
letlcr. NfD.1 for lilus
traie.1 Pritn Ut
ONEST HELP FOR MEN.
Va) oo Sure Monej to (uek.
f villMcllit Villi
ipn:e Itouk with pre
I siripilons lor vimuw lor All
tliroiiii anil Coimiiiou l)in", Accidents
aud Kiuerct-iit ii, f.,r t. a tamps.
1S Wlaiontiu street, MilwHukf-, Win.
IX IU HKCHAMCALaiul MI.N1"; K.V-
INIEKIMI at the, KrDullarr folj
teelenlc lii.tltiif, Truy, . Y. The oldest
uerlnefrliii; school la America. Next term
hFlntStnr,mluirlllh Thu Kjfrlt.r for IsHT
coutalnnallst of tliettraduatexlortlieiiastbi
.years, with their positions. '' course ot
study, requirements expenses, etc. Candl
MWOMIII"ilkeb dates Irorn a distance, or those iHrlnit In dls
rart iw. -c.ei c n Mt- tant states, hy special examinations at their
luxii.iiir. iHstMn.' homes, or at such schools as they may be at
i tendlut!. may determine tne Question 01 aa
mission without vlsitine Troy, ror eftlster
and full Information, address
Datid M.Hreem. Director.
parts of the Sody Inlarcsd. DavslODwdaatt
JtrestlUsensd. 8iiBpldaaxiDla. sure aslf Treatmeat
fall particulars, teatlmoalaU.aiQ, mailed aeaied. free
lalnssa adUK MAiJHAl7oa.t.UVmXM M aV
yni trniilild with fttfiCNtinn,
ss ( instixitinn If sn vjii
SACH PRUOLN oCeNLK
Imported and Mottled liy'Milialinilih, Fletcher V Co., ( iniini uti.
mn stir lit
Srotcman, Lyons a Co., Wholasalo Aganla, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Sfott LenVI, 1'. Unchsclintz, . elf, J. Spjnicpnhprgrr, J. HeloM, tienrire
Trellsih, A Mngc-,A lllhsehiuan, D. IF. RoIkuiu, Vrcaele
Motel 'ii Assent for .Sprlnifilelcl. ().
A!ao,bj all wholesale ami retail drui;uLstp,ll(noriIeiler3 and rrineliaits.
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE BABY CARRASC
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