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EEPUI3LTC, THURSDAY EVENING ArGUST 1fl 1887.
'An Invaluable Med
oln far Woman."
LTD!. L PIHIHAMS
T Per AXXcf thoae P&lnfiil
Delicate CompUinla nJ
I WaknoH&cso common
L'amonff our Wlvw,
TH TaBTE. tUTO
CACTOT A kit in
IT U A TXT GtT HT Of -" ASCT. fcriJMTT n
OVER 1000 LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA
alone, teUfj- u to Its cool q uallUee It la a d-Uouj
pu-ttrr to tettOty about but we have their lumtt
tWTor all weftUewe of the jrrntt-Uve orn of
ither x. it U second to no remedy that baa errr
been before the public; and for all diaaae of the Kid
ney it i the Crratat Iwustg in f A Wrid.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY.
It pur) U Mgfor fft ttUatr knlttf r .
It will cure entirely all Orarian or Vaginal trouble.
Inflammation and Ulceration aUr and Duplace
taenta. and consequent Ppinal IVeaVnana, and is par
ticularly adapted to tie Change of Life.
WEARY WOMEN PR'ISE IT.
jt rvmcrea Falntneaa, Flatulency, destroy all craT
to4T lor atiaulanta. ad rclicrea Weaanea of the 8tom.
tbxn. General Debility. Keeplrssnea. Depreaaion and
Zndlfaation. That feeline of bearing down, cauadnf
pain, and backache, la permanenUy cored fcy it
AN ANCEL OF MERCY.
It Is abaolntely aaafe rar for all female -aknesee,
tnoludinc leuoorrhoea, irroffular and painful ncnatru
atlon. Inflammation and Ulceration of the womb,
flooding, prolapsus uteri, to, 2t contains no sub
tanea that is harmful. Za mafr and tttrt.
$1. (6 for U) la I Iqaltl. Till or Lojer Form,
XalYXRFIX-UB. They cure constipation, biliouanasa,
and torpidity of the liTcr. 35 cents per box.
All these world wide celebrated remedies are manu
factured at Lynn, The Compound (In form oi
losenree and pCl. Xr-r PCls and SanaUre Wash
van be sett by mail on receipt of price.
SaTAll Sold by lr-cU.-
Beid stamp for Sirs FlnabanTa "Quids - Health
and Confidential circular, with description of oaa
and symptoms of iinhn Mtmtiom tats Auen
Martyrs to Headache
Sk relief in rain, until they hefin to
uso Ayer's Sarsapanlla. Tben Uiey re
gret the years of suffering tliey might
ha e escaped had tliey tried this remely
earlier. The trouble was constitutional
not local ; and, until Ayer's Nirsupa
rilla. did its effectne work as an
Alterative and Blood runner, they were
compelled to suffer.
The wife of Samuel rage, 21 Austin
St., Lowell, Ma4 , wa, for a long time,
subject to severe headaches, the result
of stomach and lh er dUordcrs. A er
fect cure has been effected by Ayer'a
Frank ltolerts, 727 Washington st ,
Boaton, sas that he formerly had ter
rible headaches, and until he took
Ayer's Sarsapanlla. neer found any
medicine that w ould pe
"Everv iSprmg. for jear' writes
Lizzie V". DeVeau, DI2 Fifteenth st.v
UriHjkln, N. Y.. "I lute .ml intoler
able headaches. I couiineiH etl the uo
of Ajvr's SarvtpariUa lxt Marth. ami
hate nut had a headache Muce that
"I sufferetl from headache, indica
tion, and dehilitv, and tias htrdlv hMo
todra-T mtelf aiiout the house," write-
Mrs. M M. I-ewi-, of A -t , Lowell.
Mass. "Ayer's Sarsaiianlli has worked
a martelous thane in iu cae. I now
feel strous and well as eer."
Jonas Garnian, Esq., f LyLin, Ta.,
writen "For jears I hate sutTt ml
dread full f, e ery Spring, from headat. he,
caused h iuimrit of thi blood and
hi loudness It seemed for dis and
week that my head would jht oien.
Nothing reliete.1 me till I tooV AjtrN
Sarsapanlla This xuediune ha cured
me oouipleteH "
When Mr. Cenerra Belanper, of 24
BndR St., Sprinptield, Mass , U an to
rise Ayer'a Sarsaparillx.&h had suiTtred
lor some jears frnu a erious affection
of the knlhejis. Ktry Spnnc. also, she
fras atllicteI with headache. los. of
appetite, and mduetiou A fntnd ier
auaded her to u-m Vjer's barHaarilla,
which Iteuefitcd lier wonderfully Jler
health is now jurfect. Martyrs to head
ache should tr
Prepsredby Ir.J C A wkCo.. Lowell. Vm.
Pric. $1; six bolllw. Si. W orth Si a bottl.
The Theatrical Prafesalon.
Kerlt will win and receive public recognition and
Tirslae. Fct. which are the outcome of general ex
IrienCA, cruwlnff through fears of critical and
practical tettt, become a rooted and immovable as
the rock of Gibraltar In public pinion, and hence
forth bead no further guarantee na to their genu
lnene&a. The Indisputable fact that Swift a Specific
la the tt blond purifier in the world, li one of theae
Immovable Gibraltar rock facu of vhlchwenave
auoken,and every tlaj a eiperienee rota thlacon
lotion deeper and deeper In lubllc opinion. l.terv
clans of our pe pie la America and In Eurolc,
everr trade, calUng and iroIeilon. Including the
medical profeulon. have Utrne voluntary teatl
mony to the remarkable virtue, of 8. &. S. anl
lu Infallible cfiliacy lu cunnit all dlMaa c f the
Llond. Theae tekUmonlala are on file ly the thou
MUida, and oea to the ln.pectkm of all. orfrconte.
unaoUclted. two dlstlniruUned nx mbera of the theat
rleal prof eaalon. v bo gratefully testify to the v, onder
ful curative qualities of the Specific in their lndl
-vldual cases. Their testimonials are herewith sub
mitted to the public wltbout further comment let
theni speak for themselves. Theladyiamenilrof
toe famous Thalia Theatre Company, of New xork.
and formerly of theRenklenre Thatre. Berlin Oer
ruaay.an.1 of McVicfcertMock Comiany. f Chicago
TlMMfentleman Is avell known membertf theew
tk Thalia TheatreCompany. rtilh are well known
lu tbeatrtcal circles In this country an J In Europe,
Charlotte Bandow'a Te.limony
cw oez. Hay 3, 2SS7.
Swift Specific Company, Atlanta. Ca.
OenUemenIlavInj; been annoyed with pimples,
eruptions and roughness of the akin, from bad con
dluon of my bl jj, fur more than a year. 1 used a
leading preparation of saraaitarilla and other adver
tlaed retnedlen to no effect. Tnen I consulted a j rom
tnent physician, and from bis treatment received
bo benefit. X then concluded to try the v S. S. rem
edy for the ttlood. and five or six teckas-ea. by a
thorough eradication of my trouble and restonng
aiwxHhnesa to my t.aln. nave made me happy, ana
1 cheerfullv g1e 30U thl-t testimonial for auth use
and publicity as you wlh urtiake of lu
152 Bow er , near C-uial street.
lingo Ilasskerra Teatlmony.
The Swift Spedflc Company, Atlanta Ca. .
Gentlemen For two sears I had a severe esse of
ecsema. I used tar Ma js sulphur soafia and various
otber remedies, and w as precrlll lor bv numbers
mralclana. but round ni reuer At lat 1 deter
mined to try tneb.S.2i.remed,au.l . veu tr eucbt
UtUf. have tboroughly relieved me, ami 30U can
use this certificate In any manner you v. tan
Member of Tnalla Tbtatrs
ew York. Hay 3. 1".
Treatise on Blood and Skin Xlseae8 mailed free.
Thx Swift Specific Co
Brawer Atlanta. Oa.
ABE STILL TKIUMPHAT!
For fifteen years they haTeiteadilygalnenin
faTor. and with sales constantly Increasirii!
base become the most popular eorsetthrough-
out tbe uniteu .siavea ,.,.,
Thewquaiityis jv ... ,,.,.., ,ti.in.
. a nnlln.n I
WU .... . mi U llffr4H.althoiinilllIlf
aS OruluarT COraeia " u. ...-...
I v a A" F
HqpNvvti lUMMEji tr
wilit. and wecan rurnlsh them when preferred.
lllkheat awards from all the v. orld' great
fair. The last medal received 1 for nrstde-
mle of merit. from the lateexpoltlonheldt
wWh?le?core of patents bare been found
worthleal, Se principle, of the Ulove-Flttlng
MIli5ll5 u?r&d to refund money.if.
otJcfn eiiSnatlon. thete cor.et. do not prove
Mr?rP'eeSvrwhere. CUIogueefree on ap
plication. THOMSON, L1SGD0X CO., N. T.
N't". CAiiLisit, Auij 17. Our "inno
cence abroad" w ho hav e been preauibulat
ins tliroueh the wilds of southeastern Ohio
for the past two weeks, hae returned, well
plea-ed with the tour. The till nnny
. stories of thrilling interest, of hair hreadlli
lescaiies, and how each one had pnuisl hlin
I self a hero, under some ter trme and
j romantic circumstances but we are of the
t pinion that the niijor part of the historj
of their sta aw a will most likeh liter
be told. The dancers seen and unseen, the
raidiint of some old Highland count firin
er's hen most, and man othei circum
stances, loo numerous to mention, will go
into oblition, ner more to be referred to.
I except It be in some set ret mis ting of the
Cloter club, when the blinds are closel
I drawn and ouli then simken of in low
1 br.4tli it Is ,'mt if Villi- to tl
It N vratifjfnc to the fruml of
the old reliable 111 PI m If to see the rapidl -struggle on isn't business .it .ill ou'll
increasing list of subscribers to the tHil stand and talk with a man for half an
ltU'l r.I li'. The number of copies taken hour whin neithtrof jou hue aiithuig
lu re has doubled in the past twowetks, to sit, and win n ou'ie through ou 11
and still the cr is for more Middeulj reiollect tint jou're loo late for
The Pioneers nutting on atul1, the ' jour tram or jour i uteri lens with e
20th, iroinIse to Im a huge alfair. The I lmtlj else Then Ou rush oil in i hun
coiuniittres hate made ample arrangt ments You c.irr hurri with ou ou liuni
to aceonmiiHlate all who nisi come. (looil eierylxsl with it oumeet You enrrj
music and good speaking are assiireil A I on jour internews in a hurr, thinking
few of our citizens will Ik" in attendance at j nil the time of the next tiling loit'ie got
the Cibsna caiiilMiieeting Our gas well to do You itaiethe business concerned
committee hale been lilschirged and the in tint interiiew-nliout hilf done, iKtau-e
u II abandoned. Vo ins was found, which ' jou were notable to fix or center lour
a. fnrtiiiiRte for the tavpijt'rs of our Ml
Lice, liocau-se exiieiiM-. in that line eeav.
Wf arc now aatlshetl tint nauirni gi- in
paiiiieuiaiitit!"wllnot likely W foiiml
in the Jliami allej. '1 ho well- north and
outli of ns art' failures The one at O
Uini ha- oter three lmndrcd feet of --alt
water, and the lion of our fnensi- in our
iieichbnrini' illairo are cacli da crowini:
N-aiitifull le--. And the one at North
Hampton neter did cixe an proiui-e-. not
withstAiidinetht' -uiilini: face of 'Sutiire
tMiiilh Thelxo-areacam oriranmnc a
bravt litml. Tim I-alxuit the tweiituth
effort, and still we haw no iuiiic
The lato rains sixe Iiojh" to the fanner, and
thej are bus inakini: tlie iieed.il prepira
tions for-atmi: a larce crop of vhett. The
late coni -till bids fair of inakini; a half
crop The board oi eoiicniion oi iiun
timnsliinlia- ordered the liuililiuc oi a new
-chool hou-eat Metlwaj Our creamer)
rompanj is -till waceine alone, and it-
uieinwrs are liopelul ot nnai succe-, .ir
lteit Stafford lias taken charge ot the busi
ness and liroposes to sta b the ork . .
Cjrus Kaunnan. or justice of tlie peace,
and proprietor of the shoe store, li'vs mined
into the rooms fornierlj occupied b the
clothing store . -It has been reported that
there has been an increase of tweiitj-he
iiercentof tub loacheson our sidewalks
merthat of last season -o the imputation
of theillace is sttviilj increisiiiK l)r
J. 1J. Garlier reports a iiuihInt of iremiine
cases of Texas feer ainotii; cattle north of
town; two haedied and seteral morehaxe
Cvrtwiiv, Aug. 17 John T Weedon
and famllj, of Spnnetield. were the guesls
of Thus. Inelessaiul fainil Minil-ij list
. John (iranger's iufint child died Sim
da, in Hnchton. of cholera infantum and
was buried Monday at the McConkej cem
eterj ..Died, Fndij eiening tast, after
butaierj bnef illness, Mrs. Joan Img
brake. wife of John Iioncurake. aged about
.t jears. The funeral serines Mmdai
afternoon were conducted at the house b
Het. John Dalbj and atttnded b) an un
meiise concourse of people, showing the
estimable character of Mrs. I,, 'lhe 1k"
reaicxl husband and daughter. (Irace. who
is tin earsoIil, haie the heartfelt siiniia
th of the whole cominunit . .Mr. I.eii
Porter was called home to Virginia ier
unexpectedl Saturda iiening last ou ac
count of the illness of his child
Iniited guests to the number of seient
lne or eighty assembled at the residence of
Mr. ami Mrs. Milton liumgardiier Thurs
day, August 11. at 1 '.0 p in . in witness
the marriage of their daughter, Klla Itelle.
to Mr. It C. Collins. of Login count. The
wedding ceremoii. brief and impressiie,
n as pronounced b Kei. (,. II. Kenned.
Afttr the congratulations the whole coin
piii was seated m groups and a delicious
collation of cream, cakes, fruit, lemonade,
etc, was sened. The occasion was a ier
pleasant one. About 4 p. in. the bride and
groom, happy as the could lie, st irted for
their future home, near Itellefoiitaine. The
left amidst a shower of rice, old shoes
and some boots, tokens of the ardent wishes
of future happiness bi the friends the
were leaiing. The prestnts were laluable
and larious, and the donors mm A
ounc child of Mr. and Mrs Wm .1 Pari,
who lite In the east end of the toAUsliip,
diediiiiteiineiectedl of cholera infantum
Mondaj noon... Mr. deorge Kiinjan, Jr.
has prepared a track upon which to develop
tlie sliced of his promising Mohawk mare
Trials of speed betw et n some of our local
tljerswlll Is of common occiirrente now
Main of them are lieuu sliisl. vvlieclileil.
rubbesl up and down, preparatorj .o btating
all past rHHirds.
Knov.O. Aug. 17. Hev. (. Illaik. for
mer jiastor of the Christian chinch here,
now located at Marion. Indiana, preaihcd
here on Mondaj eiening. He is on his
w aj to the conference I.ailrew I.atou,
of fcpringtield, was in town last wok, the
urst time sinie he left it as a little bo,
some ten ears ago . Itev. Hamilton, of
Yellow Springs, was here Tliursdaj. hold
inc an ollictal nieetinc with the members of
his church The marriage of Miss An
nie Frock, of llethel township, this count,
and Forest bhirev, of hnon. took pine last
Wednesday ev enmg at the bride's residi nee.
Professor Ehrentield, of Wittenlierg col
lege, performing the eeremoii. There
were nearly one hundretl present. Afttr
the wedding, the guests were muted out
and treated to a liounteoiissiiper, lit for a
king. The liappj couple were the rn;Ii
ients of mau useful and appropriate
presents. Professor llaskuison, of the
Wittenberg facult, was also present .
The funeral of Thomas P. Johnston, Mt
urda , w as the largt st sec n here m a long
time. There w ere 72 i eludes in the pro
cession as it passed through Knon on the
wa to the Enon ci meler; the pr inence
of the deceaseil, Isith as a citiren and a
mason, will account for it ...In the pre
ceiling, we hate reiorted a marriage and a
death- next in tinier is a birth, in which
Enon is way ahead- Walter Heeson has
reason to be tlie proudest linn in the
town, for his wife presented him
Simdaj ii lth twin girls neighing eight
pounds a piece. All are doing well. As
this is their first extienence It seem to them
like a big undertaking V number of the
friends of Laura and Henri Dimklewent
from here to enia. to surprise the latter
on his birthdav . .Mr. and -Mrs. M. It Cox
will remodel their house on enia street,
soon. John A. Collier has the contract.
Gunoi-oi is. Aug. 17. The drouth has
been so greBt in the southeastern part that
there is some coni read to lie cut Doe
M j ers's children found a bumblebee ne-t
under the house, and thinking to gi t rid of
the pest thev put a lot of straw under the
house and set tire to it- The building being
a log structure, it burned slow 1 , ami w hen
found one under log was gone . Terr
Stew art lost f ortv head of sheep last w et k
from dogs being among tin in Am om
wishing the histon of the lUth O. V. 1 ,
please call on 11 N KIder, Selma, O
A tenant house on the farm of Mr. James
Finne took hre last Thursda while the
occupants were absent- Neighbors who
discovered the lire hurried to theresiue and
succeeded in saung the furniture, but the
building was reduced to ashes. Insured m
the Ohio Fanners One eve nine last
week the friends of Mr. (,eorge bparrow to
the number of sixt-one called at his home
and found him at rest, but he came forth
and acknowledged his surprise. lie cream
and cake were served and a good time had.
. ..Xintj-five persons called on Mrs. K
I took last Frnl.il, m commemoration of
he seventj-hfth birthdav. The daj was
pent in recounting Ias pone b
Mrs. Chris Zeigler spent Sundiv in James-
.. u, i.-.,.i f.u,r ..f ,i. u.
iunn.... 'i. wiuur eitntri, 01 .iif iiu,
made a islt out on the new road Minda).
.Some are for l'ringle fur state tenateir.
Imt if the city has not got any one. call on
old (Ireen; we hate timber more than a
foot high for tenator . .lle. A. Hamilton
will preach hit farewell sermon at Kiimr)
net Suiida) atr,.l" p. in. He has sened
this society for three )ears.
SHILOH'S COUCiIl and Consumption
Cure Is sole! by . A. Garw-ooil on a guar
ntee. It cures Consuuiptlon.
IT IS NOT "BUSINESS."
PRENTICE MULFORD TELLS WHY
MEN DO NOT SUCCEED.
TIm sient In Almleta and lTnneroarr
I Talk I nVt of Uotry on tl Kj.tni.
Carrying a ...md Client lug Otlier
lVopl It bxitH 1 iiiM.
You'll ccue me, I trust, for yijin o,
Imt I t.ou t mo .my M'np or mij uj in
jour Ikhut, ovtrwhfltiKHl with Imsims "
"ou sliouM not let atijthhu; mtrwhtlm
j ou m re the worvvotT for Ikiiik r
ntitlu.nl lit au thfu-r The fact is, mort-
tli.in h lf jou ilound ih'ih1 jour tiinonml
mind wholli on it You le.tio business
mth lags and loose ends. You are
ulwus in a frit and worr because of the
conseiiueiiits of jour hurned state of
mind and ou c.ill this 'husliies.s "
You Iinic 'forti things" to think of and
do at once You shouldn't Ii&ie fort
thing to do at onte You should liaie
onli one thing todo at once ThatVbusi
ness You misls. things. You forget
things You tuck important tuners away
in uimniMrtnnt and obsture rat holes
hirdlv coiuscious of whit jou're doing
ou lose minutes, lioiirs and stnngth in
lookuufor them You call that business
All of jour mistakes anil worries on dlg
infv b the name of business You get
in a w orr and a hurry and forget w hero
you'le laid your hat, and ou call the.
hunting of that hat "business " Well, it
is business, but it's the wrong kind of
businiss Yon get our thread in a tangle
insteul of a properly wound ball and ou
cill the tangle business You carry a.
tanglenround with ou in our head and
call it business Yon c.irr jour tingle
to boil inth jou You think ltoiernml
oier The same old tangle nil night, in
stead of sleeping as ou should to get
strength for to morrow, and jou call that
"business " Heal business is making a
business of sleep when the time comes to
fJecpund not going to work when ou
hhould go to sleep ou'ie no more busi
ness carrying ourworkto Iwsl nith ou
Clinn a ii il saw er has to carr his sav
iinil buck to bed w lth him
You're a w orry nud a pressure and a
nuisance at times to yonr friends and
tho-e who are triing to lie our friends in
nlwais talking alwut the load Oubaie to
carr in our business The less of a load
business is to a man the lietter he dot's
business If ou'reahorsc jockey and it's
n pleisiire for jou to sell horses, i ou'll
sill horses and possibli sell the js-ople jou
sell them to Hut if it's n load and anorrj
ud tin anno nice for oil to sell horses,
chen on won't sell many The more a
man loies his work the less of a load it is
to him and the lietter lie succeeds m his
ivoik The thing that's liest done is the
thing or act that cues most pleasure in
the doing A hie sjlesiinn lines to ss.ll
gixsls A di ad sidesman n ho looks like a
funeral when he's selling goisls and
mourns while selling them that he must
sell them won't, sell man goods. Your
idea of ' business" for the last ten ears
has Ktn the Iwrrowing of f 10,000 from
nnjlssly who was simple enough to lend
it to OUto ' atart tlie business" You
mil then in three years' timesiiend 3,000
on juursclf, lose the other 7,000 and
wind up with nothing
You had no idea of doing any ono a
WTongor decening any one. Hut when
jou got the money jou cheated jourself
into the delusion th it jour own expenses
were a i ery necessary part of the busi
ness and on were tempted to enlarge the
expenses You're nlwas in this way
chasing n phantom and getting out of one
business into another Your real busintss
is that of losing other jieople's money.
Your re il business is that of cheating other
people into our own delusions You are
the most dangerous of all swindlers, be
cause ou are really honest and a nelieier
in our own swindle You see "millions
in it," and m ignetize other iieople in see
ing jour own shadowy millions. You
Inie considerable ability as a talker, a
re tsoncr, n pre! ailer Yon are the man
ii ho can make others see a gold mine in a
lull of barren rock You are the man w ho
c.i'i coier in imagination a mud flat or
sand waste with a full built town nud
make corner lots worth thousands before
the stakes are driien and while the frogs
are concerting upon them.
When jou nre talking business you
don't talk to the center, the pith, the rule
of the thing You don't aim at any hull's
eye. ou hum and haw, and talk all
round the lioard, and all rouud what
jou'ie got tu sa or to propose, because
ou're afraid to say if- You neier know
exactly what jou want jourself. Of
course you can't then make others know
what j ou ii ant. That's one reason why
to many tunes ou get nothing at all
You lose too much tune in feeling around
and taking soundings When the main
channel is marked and buo ed out straight
licfore, and tint channel is the talking
straight out of whit ou want to do to
the other mm, if he'll do it, well and
good, if he won't, he won't, and there's
tin ind of it More real business, can be
done in 111 e minutes thau jou do some
times in live hours
You'd get along and do well if you
didn't carry jour brams as loosely as ou
do our paper-, m our hat. Your brams,
like our papers, are alw aj s 11 ing aw ay
when ou take our hat off. You'ro a
cyclone, ou are plenty of force, wind,
which could, properl applied, sail n ship
or run a windmill, but the w.i 0U let it
on le.irs things all to pivsi's including
jourself l'rcntice Mulford in San l'rau
A Hotel Clerk". Hard I-nt.
I suppose oti think it lery pleasant for
the chief clerk of a thriving hotel to sit
all tl iv on a high stool and fan himself
while the sun is coquetting with the 90s,
and so it would It? if that were all a chief
clirk had to do. but it isn't not by a
quirt pitclierful, it isn't. The hardest
t un,; a hotel clerk h is to do is to look
pltasant eier) time he's spoken to The
proprietor exjiects it and the public ex
Iects it lie a kink in my neck now tint
I got from Iiuahmg at an old chestnut
sprung on me a little w bile ago b) a Cm
cinuiti drummer If 1 hadn't liughed
until 1 was black in the face I suppose
he'd h tie gone to some other hotel Hut
I 11 be out of the business some diy and
then I'll wu'k off mi accumulated bile on
the first uini I im-ct. Thomas O'fchea m
For sale to ever) man, woman and child,
a speedy cure for all pains, aches, strains,
cnek, stitches and weaknesses. Jfni
l'litcrx. Hops, liurgundy Pitch and
Gums combined. The best porous plaster
innle. Clean, alwa)s readv.
A ltritish sea captain sa)s that whales
aie increasing in numbers so fast that ac
cidents to ships from running Into them
will soon be of frequent occurrence. A
sailing ship under a live-knot breeze might
as well strike a tree as an old bull whale.
s. ero v & IJ'ood Elixir Is the only
v'Vy Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Olcera, Erup
tionsorSypIiilitic Poisoning. Itpanfiesthe
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Keuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
Frank II. CoblenU, corner Market and
A )oung womin m l'etoskey, Mich.,
rubbed phosphorus on her bunion before
going to bed. In the night her husband
fired the bootjack at a hrelly, and now the
woman walks on cruthes.
"1IACKMETAC." a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Trice '25 and 50 cents. For sale
by K. A. Garwood.
Garrison it the winning Jockey of the
season up to date, lie lias ridden 104
races and won fort) -one.
LIFE IN MIDSUMMER.
Sea llatliltitr at Home eed of Corn j
I aiiionsliivs-llie AlLplce of Life.
Well, having got the women and th.
cblli'rcn in the country, what is the best
thing for the mm to do'
I To the linn w ho is able to end his wife
and children to the couutr Iheconitiii
ences of hithing are onlinarilv acctssible
Let him take a lsittle of good size mil put
Into it nu ounie of ituphor one of am
moma and a tup of s, i s.di There are
two wa.vs of gittingsi i s dt You tan go
to the druggist and pav 1 for 1(0 ihiuuiIs,
or ou can gulothe buliher's .ind bin the
same thing at forti tints a bushel the I
old dilTen nee Intuitu the punhasis lie
nig tint llu druggist sends it home inn1
line', pritti I while the Imtihir iir i
liktlv would stud it down in a big
Howeii r fill tin Isittlt with hot witir I
let it stand until it tisils. bin t fair siitl I
sponge When oit git up m the morning
put in a pint of witir half a cupful of
this i onciKlioii. wi 11 shikiu.and swinge j
jutirsilf thoroiuhl. and jou will lie
aiiia7ttl to mv whit a dirti crinturojou
nre 1 know a mm almut mi size w ho
wtnt the otlitrdai ton Tuiklsh bull, ii.es ,
r 'ilied and scrublsil and turnisl out with
ut i"rent neatness if not dispttcli n
n ug an hour littr he siKingul himself
with my em seditif. .mil when he got
through the water was blickir than his
lssit. The aiiimoni i tleajises theskin, the
camphor strtngthi ns the nines and the
sea salt f resin us ion up generall As
heart a 'in ikf 1st .us tan lie elijojablj
eaten should lw taken, and iced water itry
spirmgl indulgetl in Theu go to work
Take a lunch
Xo in itter how light, put something In
your stouiich Aioul all manner of
spirituous drink, then go toworkagun
1 1nn comes the question of dinner or sup
per, .is jnur habit mi It, and of the
Xew York is a famous resort
There is no question alKiut it Yon can
get for a compiriitivel small sum to any
one of n dozi n places in from h lit an hour
to an hour Now whether the idea lie to
leave the tow n for ("one Is md or to sta
.t home, the bist plan is togo home, take,
a sponge can seditif bith, chaige our
clothing and then either eat vonr meal nt
home, or go down lhe Ui for an outing.
What is sauce for tlie goose is saute for
the cinder, and what applies to Xew York
is equal! good for other Irge cities
Alniis hue n companion
I don't knon how it is with jou, but 1
find the liot comp inionship, er often, is
in self He must It' a cross grained
creiture who can't get along with him
self If 3011 can't afford to take an one
with ou, go alone, but tr to find some
congem ii friend, mile or femile as the
case may lie, with whom jou can talk
without argument, whose presence will
lw a pleasure, whose example will lead
you into no eutaugling alliance or un
pleasant predicament. Go home early.
Go through the eau sed itif arrangement.
Wash our face thoroughl Drush bick
our hair, and above all things go to bed
Good nature is the allspice of life.
Good natured men bear trouble more
cisil thin their fellows, and what is true
of men is equally proiable in women
Cross grained people are neier hippj
Snrl dogs ma not bite, but tlie are not
ple.ismtconip.iii 111 tciiqt'r is certain
to exaggerate all your faults, to uniierio
jour phsique and to send ou disconso
late through the day and keep 0U wake
ful through the night. It is possible eien
in such weather asne have been cursed
with this ear for good natured people to
exist in comfort It is a nit ntal, ph sic.il,
moral impossibility for ill natured people
to exist in comfort in any weather, what
ei er m.t be the tenijerature
Above all don't drink Vml this applies
quite as much to ice drinks as to spirit
uous liquors Joe Howard m Detroit
Tlie Hume- of a Hunter.
Itafe Wile 's cabin wa almost as primi
tive as the alRtle of Adam, there was
more out doors altiut it thin an thing
else. Its logs, slightly notched toither
nt the four corners, onl fenced nlmnt a
bit of space. The roof neither coiuiH-lleil
the smoke to remain inside, nor the nun
outside of it and the floor w ns ns free a
piece of uncov ered earth ns ei er mortal
trod. The inference migiu ie tiraivu inu
Itafe was furnishing it on an installment
plan, differing from the usual one m that
instead of pa ing for goods b piecemeii,
bo obtained pieces of goods as he paid,
for there w as a Ittl lacking a post, a b ick
less rocking chair, three fourths of a table,
two thirds of a stmilaiul fractions of othtr
articles ding dutj in whatever capiat)
necessity demanded, regardless of their
There were indisputable evidences of a
woman having once resided there, consist
ing of a calico skirt, and a sun bonnet
hanging from a peg and three ruddy,
rigged dirt bits of huminit), from all
dress appearances as et unclassified as to
sex, or separated from the life of tlie dog
part of the fainil). The presence of the
sun bonnet ant' absence of the womin in
dicated lie) ond doubt to me that she hid
eloieil in the night I never mentioned
the matter to llafe, but it was told me in
a matter of course nay b a nitiiethat
"she'd gone off with another feller " The
world In general would go on just as well
with Itafe Wiley out of it us in, but to me
he lias a treasure because of his detached
existence from an thing saie idleness and
bunting American Magazine.
Naples' Institution for the Wind.
Some of the theories put in practice. In
defiance of common sense, by men whom
the state supports and the public appliud-,
would l boundlessl) ludicrous if their
results were not pitifull sad For
instance, thesuf nutendeuiof a 1 irge and
richl) endow sl institution for the blind at
Xaples ni nutains that all sightless persons
should lie kept m utter ignorance of sight,
that in justice and mere) they should
never lie allow esl to know what the) miss
tint is, should neier be permitted to
meet, tither in their speci ill) preparid
literature or conversation, an) reference
whatever to light, color, or any purel)
visible phenomena, in short, should never
be told of anjtlnng which the) cannot
themselves hear, taste or touch, should
live in vast cloister like asWums, sup
ported b) chant), strangers to every ex
penence of actual life pictures, scenery,
sight itself, to them unknown, cien by
name. Following this theory out to its
logical conclusion, it is difficult to compre
hend how nnv brain outside a madhouse
could conci lie it, still less harbor it for a
moment, )tt upward of .500 wretches aro
today lieiug educated, as it is termed, in
accord nice with this theor). Edward U.
Perry in The Ci ntury.
The Smirt Kansas Hoy.
As showing the precociousness of the
aicrage Kinsas small boj, the following
truestorj will, we know , be appreciated.
Miss Fletcher organized a Hand of Hope
at one of our churches, and dunug the
ceremonies she had all the small bojs
drawn up m a row and gav c them a lec
ture, on the ev lis of intemperance As the
bright little f ices before her lieametl with
delight at the telling blows she adminis
tered to the king alcohol, she became en
thusiastic and closed with an eloquent
peroration as follows- "Yes, bojs, milk
and water will not hurt us They are
natural drinks, fresh from the hand of
God, but bow do we get alcohol" Paus
ing a few moments, more for effect than
a repl), she was just about to proceed
nhen she was interrupted by a geuuluo
little Knnsan of 7 summers, who, in a
voice clear nud distinct, replied, "Sign an
application." Kinsley Mercury.
The population of Great llntain it at
the present moment being added to at tho
rate of at lt-ist 1,000 persons ,t ela), or in
words of the registrar general, "It re
cei es e ery ten years nn eces equal to
the whole iiopulatiou of London." In
connection with this enormous growth
two iKiints desert e to be noted. The dis
proportion of the sexes, in itself a serious
etil, is slowly but steadily Increasing.
This distribution of the population is un
dergoing a sensible change. The towns
except where some special cause is at
work are c er) w here grow ing. Tlie ru
ral population is either standing still or
actually diminishing The metropolis
nione recehet cery week an nelelitiou of
more than 1,000 persons, and the cry Is,
"Still the) come'" London Letter
An Kud tit HoiieMcraplng.
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, III ,
a)s "Having received so iniicli benelit
from Electtic Hitters, I feel It mv dut) to
let sutTi ring humaiilt) know IL Have had
a running sore on in) leg for eight eirs
in) doctors told me tint I would have to
hive. Hipbone scraped or in leg amputat
ed 1 used, iiisteid, tlirte bottles of Elec
tric Ilitti rs and sevtu Ixivs of llm Men's
Arnica halve, and in) leg Is now sound and
EUt trie Hitters are sold at fift) cents a
Nittle, and Hucklen's Arnica hilve at
til enl) five i cuts per Imix at ('his. I.uillow
(,hmI ICesultM in I i ery t .is, .
D A. Bradford, wholesale pier dealer
of CliattaiiiHigi, 'lenii , writes tint he wis
seru iisl) aftluted with a severe i old ill it
Milled on his lungs, 1ml tiusl manv reme
dies without benetit. lleim: induced to tr)
Dr King's New Diseovtr) forcoiisiimption,
did so, ami was entirel) etirislb) the use of
a few bottles Mnee ninth time he Ins
Usisl it in his famll) for all coughs and
t olds with the be-t of results. 'I his Is the
exiierk'iue of thousands whose lives hive
lt'en sued b) this wonderful discover).
Tml bottle's free atClns. Ludlow .t Co.'s
TiikHfstSxi.ve in the world for Cuts,
Ilruises, Sjres, Ulters, Silt Itlieum. Fever
Sore s. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, audpositivel)
cures Piles, or no pa required. It is ginr
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or inonej
refunded. Price '25 cents per box. For
sale by Clmles Ludlow .t Co.
Pugilist John I, Sullivan is to be Immor
talized In marble b) a Huston sculptor. It
Is not stated whether the new statue is to
go In the state house or on the Huston com
(live Them s III ttire!
Tint is to si), )our lungs. Also all )our
breathing machiner). Ver) wonderful ma
chinerj it is. Not onlj the larger air piss
ages, but the thousands of little tubes and
cavities leading from them.
When these are clogged mil choked with
matter which ought not to tie there, our
lungs cannot lnlf do their work. And
what the) do. the) cannot do well.
Call It cold, cough, croup, puetimoiili.
catarrh, consumption, or an) of the f auill)
of throat and nose and head and lung ob
structions, all are bad. All ought to lie got
rid of. There is just cue sure wi) to get
rid of them. That Is to take Hir-chee's
German S)rup, which an) druggistwill sdl
jou at 7" cents a bottle. Even If everj
thlng else has failed jou, )ou maj di'itnd
upon this for certain.
Dennian Thompson Is reported to lie an
im eterato gambler, and it is said that all
the nione) he has got as Joshua Wliltcoiub
and in the "Old Homestead" has disap
peared at the faro table.
ROTfiiT OV RaTS"
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bei
bugs, beetles, insects, skunks. Jack rabbits,
sparrow i, gophers, moths, moles. 15c. druggists.
"KOCCII (IN ttmv."
Ask for Wells' "Kough on Corns." Quick re
lief, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunions 15c
noi'mi on iTcn."
"Rough on Itch" enrcs skin humors, erup
tions, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilblains, itch, lvv poison, barber's Itch.
50c Druggists or mail. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City.
"ROCRII ON CATAKKII"
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases ; alo unequalled as
There have receutly been numerous In
cendiary forest hres in the vie imt) of
Athens, Megara and Corinth. An im
mense amount of damace has boeii done.
It is no longer a question of doubt -although
the contnr) was once believed
that medicines which produce violent effects
are lnistiited to other than desperate emer
gencies. In other words that stqie r-potent
remedies are calculated to weaken and in
jure the s)stem rather than reform its
irregularities. Among medicine- of debil
itating effect are cathartics and cholagogues
which copiously and abruptl) evacuate the
bowels Heeause it does not do this, Uos
tetter's Stomach Hitters is preferable to the
drenching class of purgatives. Painless
in its effects, it is sulhcientlv ictive to rein
ed) chronic constipation. It relieves b)
invigorating the intestines, and enables, not
forces, them to perform the dut) mipostsl
Hs)ii them by nature. Promoting the se
cretion of bile in normal quintities b) its
healthfully stimulating effect upon the
liver, it is eiiimeiitl) conducive to digestion,
and contributes in no small elegree to keep
the bowels regular.
There has been no ground for the recent
reports of Dr. Dollinser's serious illness.
A )ear older than the centurj, he is still
fresh and vigorous m mind and bod).
Hon few there are who are aware
That soon the gums and teeth deca),
I'nless thev are briis'usl with greatest ore
With SOODONT from da) to da);
For this great dentifrice, we know.
Will keep them pure and white as snow.
stand ot I pon tlieOriler tf liemr (olnc
but go at once and bii) a bottle of the fra
grant SOODOVT. You will never regret
it It not onl) beautilies and preserves the
teeth and arrests eleca). but leaves the
mouth cool, and the breath as frtgraut as a
Wh) is "Si'ViniM.'s Giii" like love"
Heeause It forms strong attachments. (Oi,
Advice tu Mother..
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sjrup, forchll
dren tesethlug, i the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and ph) slclans in
tho United States, and has been used for
years with never-falling succiss b) millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures d) sen
tery and diarrhosa, griping in the bowels
and wind colic. Uy giving tealth to the
thlld It reatsthe mother Prlf 25c a bottle.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE
Cwl I ir Oil, M lib Ilypoldiospliit.s,
For Lunij TruuUh tunl Hitsttwt iv
ftM. Dr. J. blmouaud. New Orleans,
l.a., sa)s: "Senitt's KinuNion is the linest
pieparation of the Kind, lu atfcctlous of
the lungs and other wasting; tIise.L-.et. we
ma) cemsider It our most reliable agent. In
a iierfectl) elegant anel agreeable feirm."
I Ime sutTereel greatl) from perloelical
returns of hayfcer. At the suggettiiui of
Cenert A Cheeer, druggists, I obtauieel
Kl's Cream Italia, and use-el a portion of it
during a spere attack. lean thee-rfull)
testif) as to the immediate ind continued
relief obtained b) its use. 1 he-artil) re-commend
It to those suffering from tint or
kindred complaints. (Ue.) II. A. -niltli.
Chronic Iotiseus4 of lh- llow.ls
IJi-siilLt from imperfect digestion. The
cause Iiet in the torpldit) of tlieliier. A
regular habit of boil) can bo secureel b)
taking Simmons I.ier Kegulator to aid di
gettlon, to stimulate the dull and sluggish
III er, anil rid the t) stem of excessive and
poisonous bile. The Kegulator corrects
acidity of the stouiai h, cures il)speptiaand
insurit regularity of the bowels alike free
from laxit) or costneness.
There Is no one article in the line of med
Icines that gives so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella
onna Backache Plasters. 47r
A llange-roti Surgical Operation.
A fatal mistake. At tlie time Dr. Vance,
of Clet eland, performed the oieratitm on
tlie lady for the renioial of a cancer of the
stomach he found when too late that the
IHXir woman had no cancer to be reintiied.
The disease wat indigestion, and if she hail
taken the Shaker Extrait of Hoots (SiegiTs
rup) that awful distress at the pit of the
stomach, which mado the doctors think she
had lancer, would haiebeen remoM-el. Dis
tress after eating, dull, he-av) fe-eling in
the head, with pains In the side and btk
all lanish after using this wonderful rem
edy. The tired, languid friling gives placu
to strength and Igor.
Mrs. Delia Marsh writes from Tea ltulge,
Henton tount). Ark., that she had d)spep
sia in the worst form for hie ears, and
that nothing gaie any relief until she used
the Siegel S) nip.
dties not refer poss.ble purchasers to his
uclims. lhe Athlophoros Co gladly re
fers .utlerers from rheum itim, neuralgi i,
sci itici, ncrioiis or sick held ithe, kidney
md lie r coiiipliintsio those who Utiit tWn
cu ej of these diseiscs bv Athlophoros, md
"ill lurnisli mines md addresses of m tn
Midi ersons to those desiring llu ill Uh
h phoros is the onl) remedi for iliese elis
eases tint c-m stand such a lest.
J II vtehwin, Druggist, London, Ohio,
siv" "Aililophoroshasilic Itst sale ofanv
rheumatic medicine 1 ever sold. 1 do not
hes.it tie lu recommending it for rheuma
tism in ever) uist me e, as 1 have wituisscil
in un wonderful cures from its use. I eould
not i;iii in recollect the niiiiy different
cures it hn maili, lint Ind I known I
would ever le nskesl tint question 1 eotiM
havegivtii iliiuidrtiliiunesat Ie est lean
re me mler i f, mine sin the city lint w ere
Ii lellv atllleteil ll.d one their t lire to tlllo
phor s, tuning them lieing T. .1 Iloiistuii,
Mrs W II ( Me(ii, Mrs MirtliiTtu
ntv, John Mitihell, Koltrt I) niitli, md
M M.T homes These are ill well-kno in
utiztns, md will confirm all I sivifiou
will cill on them" During thisconiirM
lion Mr f J Houston Ii iprf-neil in the
store I pin ltingquestioiiesl l.esnd "I
hale Iici n subject lu rlieiimitim for ten
uirs 1 hobbled don n herewilhtlieassisi
mieof twoc ines,and Ismght mi lirstNittte
of Athlophoros In two hoursa'ttr I too.
the first dose I came hick igun to siv I
hid no further Use for the canes 1 rorn
tint time I grew Utter fter iisingthre-e
Inittlts, which is four n-nuths igo, I hive
It en free from rlieiinntism Mv wife has
alsousce! itfor neurilgia Itseflectwilhher
wis wonderful It removed the piin almost
livery druggist should keep Athlojihoro.
and vthlophoros I'ills,hut wherethev un
nut It; lii.'ht ol the elru.'gist llu, thl -pli
ros to, 112 allM . New ork, will
send either (i irri ige puili on reteipt it
re-giltr priie, whieh is $1 (0 per Isiiile
fir thIoplinros md 10V for 1'ills
1 ir liver aid kMncv dts, xm- d)-psY in
thi;. .Ii in we il.tn'ss in -vom d.t i ) d - a
of uoru ti o!is,i;iitii,n l,ji to hi uiiur
LlooJ, .vc Vthlojiiion lilL arc tiiieijualed
Miss Mattie McVei, who recent!) died in
West Flore nce . , was 100 ears old.
ixt) )ears ao she came from Ireland with
her two sisters, Visan and Katherme. and
the former was over 100 ears old when
die. died, and the latter was also a cente-
"VY (vww " l" C tilings of this
VVVVVW-X., fo nrt, sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspe isi Acker's
Dyspepsir Tablets will euro Dyspepsia, I
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a ,
positii e guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by I
Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and
d mi i n ii
t in 4 fh rt ti jt
trtr till a t th '
lj tin t tkr 'hi i in
lh ' h f t ts di rtf
ltni't ull 'i nt
I if tU'Hl ttl'l
h' i l hr it ry o i
Ely's Cream Btlm.JHJAY-EEVER
A uarticle Is. iDKlled Into each nottrlland Is
agreeable Price 50 cents st .I)n.gi:lJti, by
mill, registered, e.0 cts KL nitob.. Drint
ulsts. 2.7 lereeniileh M , ew ork
Eackch., Tabirimt.iiTTT,Crf,. ?prl, Tf i.
Afffections. Be CbMtorpalu lnny prt,lociU
ordep-etoJ.qlcaTco when a IIopFlMter
is applied. Prepared rcm Euirundj- Pitch,
CUuiadA Balsam and t he mcdictnal vlrtne of flrwih
Hops. Acta instantly, cure quickly. ThegTeaU
Mt strenfftheninsf plaater ever known. All ready
to apply. Sold by draccist and oonntry atorea,
SScu , DforSLOO Hailed for price. Propxle
ton. HOP PLASTEB. CO.. Boston Maaa,
Palace Steamor. Low Ratea
Tsur Trips rr Wik Btwea
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tW e. Striotun
"QoVs. 0 tt that aro fretful, peevish,
Jvx,v,i:' cross, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach, Disorders, can be relieved
at once, by using Acker's Eaby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence Is safe. Trice) j cents Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, comer MarUet and
A blue book on the land proprn torship of
Itussian Poland just issued, shows that of
the foreigners holding Unit in Poland, ,3.000
are VustralMiis and 2'. i7H are Prussians,
1.010 of the I'riissiansarelarge land owners
and "i00 aie manufacturers.
SIULOHS MTV.LILK is what on
net d for consumption. l.oss of Appetite'
Dizziness, and all simptoms of Itvspepsla
I'm e 10 and 7reuts per bottle. For sale
b) F. A. Garwood
When ou si it stited that "the train
was running about lift) miles an hour."
just knock fifteen miles off before Jou go
an) further. er) few passenger trains
ou the ver) liest roads average over thirt)
five miles an hour.
The reined) whiih most successfull)
combats malarial disorders, is A)cr's Ague
Cure It is a purel) leye table compound,
and contains neitlit r quinine nor an) other
d mgi rous Ingredient. Warranted to cure
chills and feier.
This powder nerer Tarles. A marTel of pur
rlty. strength and nholesomentrsi More eco
nomical thin theorrtluiry Kind, and cannot
be sold In competition w.tb the multitude of
low test, short weight, alum or phoiphate
powders, bold only in cans Royal Bakiig
Pottdib Co . It alt street. New ork.
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.
Direct! on the main line of the
NEW YOhK. PENH. & OHIO R. R.
iX. Y .LE.itt- R. It. Co . Lessee)
Midtrur Ketrreen Cincinnati ai.d Xew
York lligheM Xarj&raMe B'idj
of Mater on the Coulinent.
I, SOI feet aliene the Ocean and TJ1 feet
abee Lake Kne. distant seen miles.
THE CLIMATE IS PURE AKQ 1NVIGGHJ.TIN0.
The like is twenty miles lon,j and from one
to three mttet wide Lakrwond. I-luvinna.
llrifflth't Point. Kernui Point, llav Mew.
Kafiisveoed. Mtrtht's lacy inl.Cli.iui.iU'ina.
Poiut h lUUU'iui. uhe I'olnt, Maple .sprincs
and WiHuilln arramoni; the different resorts
on the Like, introuirrd by me summtr visit
ors There are uood hotels at every iwlnt.
1 he f'.imoin Chautamiua As.serr.hlj
Has ltsheadqus.rters at Chautauqua Lake.and
convenes In July .ind Aiuust ol every year.
One ot the most popular resorts on the lake Is
Hen all Dmcncer trains of the Xew lnrk
PeuusyIuuUand Ohio Kailroad stop during
the "te.i9ou.il Inrlnc the Chautauqua LakeMa
tlun.and the diMrinutiui: point lor the entire
lke. There are two hotels at Uikeuood.botb
ofimmenseHie and capable ol accommodat-
Inc rive hundred quests eacn. numerous
ivrnfr' ar constantlT Dlvtntr the Lake.
trannnrtlmr vlsiton to all Points. Those in
search ol a pleas mt resort to spend the sum
mer mouths cannot fluda more convenient or
delightful pi ue than Lake uiautau'iua.
Via Xew ork. Pennsylvania and Ohio HaiU
road, are on s tie at all local stations and at
stations ot (.uiinectlni: Hues from June 1st,
good for return until October "Ust
J K HLKU..en.upt..tleveland.O
U V.FVKMKKiteu rass.Actew ork.
A K CLUIK. Vsst.(ieu Pass. At , CleTe
Silam inc t
. s Ystm
y Una ui
Pullman's Finest Coaches on all
riisslmllof Patent Cln- an 1 ChrrkrtwiarJ ad
fertMn,r thi. rel-tiratist s,Tnv!ta lilK-a Keniedlei
ind a Itl.W lltlior 1..1K. If T.io fall tl
1n.t It on 1H4 small boanl cull on your orutt fot
ull six,- Handsiimely IJllie-,a'hisi board, I1U.E
r Bend O cenLs for pola,?e tti u-i.
From MaMin Ijnp, the ConrerteHainbIer.
out wm: In I nnl 5.11 IhTiriTcn th
nTttJLi iiih IMm k4 ttiin.ri tnl Triff curpt
y little irirt -yt-ar- olti if tnmp My wife an.
nither-in liw wire tntableil wltl couBh of lone
tnii,r in pick e f tho llltwk. ha-- cur-
bs-fxi otrit?y can ll "asooiy wumenuo
f IMA O Jan T.liS7 Th ynr . Worm Bl cs
. tl (ike f harm lu eiEH-lliriii- worms from tar lit
leohiKl me child ! now wtllauil btrnrty, lnst.a.
a puay anu &ic&iy as Dei ore
The dre at Dlarrhira and lljr enterf (heckr.
llELl-ilot (. July 7th. -st -ir ili tuontn old
tl 1 hal a "evcre attack of su-nroer ComtilalnL
-liy.tclan'i tsmMdo niuhlnir. In despair we tried
invita lllackbvrry UIim ki n-e-uaimeiiltM Dy
rien 1 an 1 a fuw ilosi-s pfft-cted a cmpleti rure
tcrt-pt iHir heartfelt Indorsement of your Black
rry Ulosks y.u. and MRS J IlAzir.
The ynTtt , Bltvrk Keme-ite are
The nt't thln iut. by far
rioa-t-nt, Cheiip, t,?.inTenient. tiro.
HanJy, it-liable. Harmlean I Pure
VoIhjx. no tp-np4xiortleky Nttlt Put nr tt.
latent parkatcc " It"c " Cent War
int1.! ti cure or money refunded A-k yuurtlru
lU If you fall to jret them wendprhe
i"HE SYNVITA CO., Dolphoa, Ohio,
.M KECEIVE THEM INKTIMU.
i Cur niUlot
e.t OetoU-r w.
1 nir tii moat
otr.tinat caiM in four .Ity or 1.
Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
"So rickv-ninir rwmlti-. a from th two of
eutiehv.. txpoba or oil ot pandalwood wMctt aro
certain to produce iiipia
1 nreSlcKL SoM ti il dnieiriatii ormn-0
rvHii t of i rice, lor fnrtber m
j artirulara (en 1 for rlrcular, I
J. C ALLAN CO., lillKr
I-.O UotOorJotmitJe.Y. V 'WPIIsjl
gtg. WjfflOiES'l blocks. myrJ
trlfi lu il Hi Trl EsBi Sii fc3
1; ; iil?xll-B-;-jisiMlS
f B HI Bi' MB 'ZJL
&''" SM0OTa Hon03 "s9s
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
CIDNEY AND LIVER
OR SALE BY ALL DKUG0iS7i
The Geouine has 1 rade Mark and crued Kf.
m on wrapper.
TAKE NC OTHEP.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
rittabnrc. Clncinnntl and St. I.oul I tall
way Company lan Handle Itotttr.
Under schedule in effect Januar) SO,
Is1?, trains leave SiiriiiKfie'd. central
standard time for Xenia. Cincinnati and
C'i'lumbui,7:l.'i a. lu .for Dajton f7:15m.
forf Xenia and Indianaixili f luo a. m.
for Xenia, Cincinnati, Columbus. Indian
aiKilb and Chicago, ;!.-i-r p. m.; for Xenia,
Dayton and Cincinnati, :10 p. m.
Trains arrive In Sprineheld at f 7:15 and
10.20 a. m., j5 00 p. in. and 6:J0 p. .
Daily. fDai'V. except Sunday.
Sam. Dodds Ticket Agent.
Olavalantt. Calnmbiu, Cincinnati and
8 NUtht IxpreM
12 New York A Boatou Rxpreis
2 Cleveland A Kaitern Express
4 Bew York Limited Kiprtsis
. 3.15 pm
9 Nlht KxDreu-
H bpg . Cln. A Wes. Ex.
1 Cln Finne Buckeye 7&m
Cincinnati A Indianapolis Expres.ll TO am
3 Cleveland i Cincinnati Eiprf is lJOpm
5Clntl..Ind..St. Lonls Kan. x 'IJiio
nuti raov airr.
9 Night Ixpreti 2)am
1 Cln. Flytne Buckeye T-tata
S Cleveland A Cincinnati Express. l.O pm
New lork, Boston A Cincinnati Ex-1.35 pm
aaaiTl raoa socth.
3 15 pm
12 new ork A Boston Limited-
2 Cleveland A Eaatern Express
J6 Cincinnati A Springfield Aceom-
ii new ork Limited express-
. "US pm
No. 12 haa through sleetiera to New York and
Soston without change.
No. 41i the tamoos limited express, com
xwd entirely of sleeper, east of ClevHacd.
rarongh sleepers from Springfield. Makes
Sew York in K hoar and Boston In 2(K
O. H. ENIOHT.
.. Ticket Agent,
D. B. MARTIN. Arcade Depot.
8. P. A. bDrtngfield. 0.
If. Is, P.nn. Ohio B. R.
All trains run on Central time 25 minute
slower than city time.
TaiISS LIAVI GOIVO CAST.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally 10 a. m.
' 2. Accom dally except Sunday.. 3 3y p. m.
No. S . 10 p. m.
" 12. Atlantic Li , dally 2.10 a. m.
No. 3. Cin.A St. Louis Ex .dally 2.10 i.ra
" 1. Accom .dally ex Cfpt iunday.l(rl7 a. m.
" 5. St. Louis tx.. dally 39p.m.
No. 4 has sleepers, but no change ot cars In
etthercase through to New ork. No. 5 has
through sleepers to bt. Louis
i ree hack to trains to all points east of. and
Including north Lewisburg.
For tickets to all points and further Infor
mation. cation J.D. 1'hligie.
Agent. 72 Arcade.
Telephone call 310.
Imllttna, Illootninirtnn antt vTentern Rail
way. aRRITI rBOM tORTR.
1 Cincinnati Express .
5 baudusky and Springfield Ex
aXRlvx raoa east.
1 Night Express
5 Chicago. St. L. A Kan. CM
1 45 a m
. 1 2n a m
. 49 a m
, 45 a m
. 10 1 a m
5 Chicago. St. L. A Kan. City Urn
7 Sandusky Mail
3 Chicago, St. L A Kan. City Ex
ARR1TK rROM WE3T.
2 Eastern Express .
4 Atlantic all
6 New iork Limited..
DITAET GOISO SOETH.
2 Lakeside Express
4 Put la Bav Lmress .
S t-prlnsfleld and Sandusky Ex
1 45 a m
a 55 am
DirART GOING KAST.
2 Columbus Express .-
4 Atlantic .Mail-
8 Columbus Accommodation
6 New York Limited
PKrABT GOING WXST.
1 Xlnht Express
5 LhlCAgo.at L.A Kan.Citylim.
i Chicago. st. L. Jt Kan. City Ex
Ohio Southern Railroad.
ARKITK FROM SOUTH.
3 Balnbrtdse Accommodation
1 Mall and Express-..
DirtRT GOIVO SOCTH.
2 Mall and Express 1025 am
4 Balnbrtdce Accommodation- 535 Dm
All trains marked run dally. all others dally
except Minday. standard time, which ts 2d
minutes slower than Spr ngfleld -Hy time.
D. II. ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
Ij a plauaat CORDIAL MEDICINE nd
STIMULANT. Tnia N- Rmly -u-?ala-abl.
to Prvacbeta. La.ye-ra. Wntera. and Baai
t wMent-siaratro-ibld-.lLhLe- Or StRIK
ro-ila. It k A .CRR tlRI br tuisxiriTiov,
HBIt.TIOS aa 4 SHI HIAB1CRR. A PURE
VECETABLE TONIC that malm the Un
(aidbns andcli--erfal . Indispensable to
restore patient after Alcoholic excess
GUARMTEED TO DO S REPt-SENTED.
A a ff "l b. p- I to th. ptnon frvrn. th
' comet n-tanniet of oar Trade-Mark
Ainitr. nnnnru ai
Cures " Removes
Bee Stings, Mos
quito and All
and everr form ofaa
on the most delicate akin
witmt Ie avx a Kar, by
Plies SSc. EOeta. and Sl
at dntrciata or by mail.
lh. RbpPlU af safe Co., N.w mdcm. Conn.
I .-.-.,. p.-, e,es rt...s.i a
tmomM anilonTnttpatJonha veiioeqaaL a&o.
For . ile by all spring fleltl IreiiUt.
THE WASHBURN AMERICAN
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