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REPUBLIC, Til U USD AY EYENTNG SEPTErBER S 1887.
Kntrorment of the llricht ami Charmlnc
Anil her superb double company, appear-
tnirln ttiecrvat sensational drania.
Till. M-.W -rtCTVUHK
lleautitut eenlc Effects ' New and Noel
Mechaulral FnVcta' i.rant Military Hand
and Operatic Orchestra' A car load ot
pecll x-eiierv. and the Greatest Mrret
Parade eter attempted by a travellnccom-
nxi.v UK (IN II I Ml Ttl SLt. IT!
I u.l l-rlrr. vauiu Pierre's lit., k More. (
rinakin twww M liniior
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
"0.K XltillT ON'LV.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8.
The Prince of Comedian.
MR. GUS WILLIAMS
In his new Home Comedy Prima, entitled :
Br Col U allv Evj . under the man
JOHV H. ROBB.
rw otiratid llrc!llioii.
Irlc9 T5c.5tcanl i'c Seats on ale at Har
ris Cicar More.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
SKIT. l AI UK
With Hattinln) Matitir at 3 I- M. for
lkilir Hint Clilllrn.
W. H. POWERS'
Company, in the Pictures. jue Irish Drama.
THE IVY LEAF!
The purest and best Irish play on the
atae ee the eaitle'a tlicbt, nee the res
cue from the cnu:. are the Ketuitiuc
Toner, see the terriMe leap from the tower.
1! 1 ncidental to the second act. 1 he I vy
Leaf yuartrtte. under the direction ot Prof.
.lax renrman. miu rentier a number vi mr
cenisol Irish melody.au J Mr SI. J Murphy,
the Irish scholar and tocallst. will slim the
national sonc. 'Innei .s'IIihC in the
Irish lancuace. l'roluction perfect in etery
Kteninspnces TSc.Vs: and 2"c Matinee,
adults nic. children Sc. Tickets on sale at
Harris's Clear Mure
Intndacing National Airs and
PROF. HENRY EYRE
The Leading Orj-an st, will she a
-Mrcond ul la
First Presbyterian Church.
Corner Slain and Fisher Streets,
LVEHIHG. SEPT. 6,
Oommencinc promptly at o'clock, usine
theUrand Udell Orcan. recently built hy
"dell A Co. ot New liork City. Icr the lint
Will comply with the ma 113 re
iiiientH fur -cial pieces, aid in-rod-ire
novelties on the orgtn,
such as imitations of othr ip
strumentf), and the choir will
sintrtwo nw pieces. The pro
gramme will be much shorter
than on Tuesday eteninp. All
should hear thi grand instru
ment under control of a master
The expense twins less, the price of admis
sion has been reduced to cents
TICKKTs,, S3 CKTS.
For sale at Pierce's and Barr's lttokstorea.
A C Mark's Carpet ture. and at the church
door on the nlcht of the concert.
CENTRAL M. E.
Church Choir Co.
Will (iire Oie of Tbe'r (irand
At Central X. E. Church, oa
FRID1Y HEMIC, SEPT. IB, '17
The programme will lpcho'ce,
popular and entertaining, r. h
dered only as this famous organ
ization can. The entertainment
is fine and the cause worthy.
Set, press notices.
Prices ot admission, 3oc and
25c Tickets for sale at C. H.
Pierce & Co.'s.
tsua, a-tvlmf elUelt jr or salad aaa
Bouyancy of Body
sjrfslets be w before
sxbcw BIT Feixe.
C W TH
GOOD DIGESTION, jnce Ferdinand lias forbidden Bulgar
vcsrsilar bwwela x smiII4 tlh. 7i r. 0ffcrn to act as new spaper crrespond
jasxsjarceMstss. rrlee,aet.serisa. llS ,,,4 goma of them are said to be plot
Solfl Everywhere. ting his downfall In conseijuetice.
-rs.ej, , lajBjiBiLj,!!! py.iii!,!!!,! M )iHyiipMjiMMllliM Ih 11 1 11 11 1 I'll ,
CHILDREN OF TIIERICir.
THE SOURCE OF ALL TRUE HAP-
PINESS UNKNOWN TO THEM.
faet Conrernlng; Ihe Must cle-teil
Class In Any Comimmlti Tlie lie
I stralats ttlilrli Ytritllli lin ..,.rSl h
tnc to Wl.h an.l run I or ( onln.t..
There Is apparentlj nothing more itei-d
ed at this time tlian a "mkIi1 for the
amelioration of the condition of tlieclul
drcn of the rich " Tlie ivr iluldriii ap
peal to the hjinpithies of etrt oiii . .
hate them with us, on our In arts mid ton
hciences nlwajs, but the ihildren of the
rich are the moat neglected cla-s m any
First, they are negTcceil by their own
parents hit with the summir months lum which lie liad i-ihais nioro than
at a gay watering pi ice and the winter onie w-ltnl uism another,
hpent in the giddt whirl of societt, it is a The process i,f nianmning was as sun
fortunate child of the rich who knows its ,,u. ns ,rrlllIo. A MIItafie place was
ow-n mother The father , business ..rcn- , ,10s(II (Kl,m,nl,v ,,,,. , Wr, Ur
nvs iis unit? aim iiiuutin, iiuiu
lo CO jears of age he finds that all of
his faculties are require.1 to repair the
damages of one panic and protide in al-
innce for another If the child is well
clothed and has his or her school lulls sent
in regularly, the man of business cares
believes he has fullUleil nil the obligations
of an indulgent father, conscious that ha
has done more for his child than was done
Thus the child is driven Kick on his
nuie, or the groom, or the butler ac-
coruuiR to age or condition iorsyinrnmy
aid fellow ship Here, if not his manner.
.ia morals and his views of life aro
DELIGHTS THAT ARE HEMED
But of these disadvantages the child la
not himself conscious until, later in life,
he ret lens Ins beginning. Wliat most
troubles hint is the restraint which the
wealth of his parents imposes on his
action, lie is cut off from the associates
of his own age, if we except a few caged
animals like unto himself Of tlio free
dom of youth he knows little or nothing.
The delight of anticipation is denied by
the gratification in advance of all wishes
I for balls, bats, kites, and the thousand
and one things w Inch the happy boy of
the poor makes for himself. No rich boy
1 ever felt the thrill of delight, of couscious
pott er which comes to the Dot who has
constructed out of nothing a kite that Is
sailing to the stars and almost drawing
him after it. The boy of the rich has
bought for him those lopsided, fantastic
Japanese alortions which do not take
naturally to the varjing watesof o' up
For the child of the rich there is noth
ing to wish for, to plan for, to deny one's
elf for; everything is at his command,
and his boyish nature is smothered by his
unusual pntilt-ges If he is permitted to
goto the circus at all, it is only with some
old fellow whose memory of his youth has
faded, and to whom the smell of the saw
dost has no suggestion of past delight,
and as he paid at the door for a rcserted
scat the poor child of destiny has no thrill
of fear and terror when the boy with the
lemonide whLiers to the man at the door
and points significantly in his direction.
IX HIS ! vrciML STATE.
Abovinhis natural state is an animal
who rcteU in the freedom of disorder, and
, under tne system of doing for himself
learn to do for others. Every faculty he
has is quickened by exercise and hidden
strength det eloped under necessity. But
the son of the rich is, as we have said, a
caged and pampered animal Before ho
reaches j ears of conscious intelligence ho
is the victim of ennri. and all ambition
has died within him. II is not spurred
on by the thought that one day he may bo
president; he docs not understand why
one should want to be president, and, be
sides, he learns from school books that it
is a position reserved for the sons of poor
but honest parents.
The contrasts, as they suggest them
selves, are innumerable they are suffi
cient for a lolume. Enough have lieen
noted to convince the reasonable man
who has in his mind any recollection of
his youth, that the children of the rich
have as yet an unrecognised claim on our
sympathies; that they live without fear or
hope; that they are denied alike the pains
( and pleasures of early years; that they
on: imprisuueu uuui tuc ueiuuing(, anil so
hedged in by conventionalism that the
source of all true happiness is ever un
known to them. It is strange that in this
period of the world, with philanthropical
societies innumerable, we should not have
organized a Society for the Amelioration
of the Condition of the Children ot the
liich. Louisville Courier-Journal.
A Qneer Japanese Custom.
Riding up the wide street a short oi
tance we come to the United Suites con
sulate for a wonder a really fine looking
building beyond which, on each aide of
the street, we notice numerous bamboo
poles, from the tops of which are floating
Immense many colored paper fishes, so
constructed as to be filled by the wind.
These illustrate a very curious custom in
vogue all through Japan. During the
month of May it is customary to float a
paper fish in front of each house in which
a male child has been born dunng the
year, and very unhappy are most young
married couples who cannot display snch
an emblem The boy, no matter how ugly
or mischievous he may be, is the pride of
the Japanese household, and on the 5th of
each May his parents must pve a festival
in his honor, at which time he is the re
cipient of all sorts of toys' toys, not only
from his own parents, but also from their
relatives and friends. It is the greatest
social festival of the year. On one pole,
just above the paper fish, we noticed a
flowing paper figure in blue and white
Japanese mourning colors tthich we im
agined signified tli it a male child had
been born in the adjacent house during
the year, but that it had f luce been ear
ned off by the grim destrojer. Cor. Bal
Curative 1-Recta of Alvelos.
Several cases of epithelioma, or cancer
of the fact- and hjw. are alleged to hate
ln-en cured by the juice of alvilos, a
plant which Ix longs to the family of
oupliorbiacc.e; it acts na an irritant, and
destroys the disex-od tissue, whn.li is
quickly replaced bt health) granulations.
Of the- three duTerent kinds of alvilos
male, female and wild the second is
considered the most valuable; it is found
at Pernambuco. and althoagh the natives
liate employed the juice for some time
past, it has not come into extmsli e use on
account of the severe jiain tliat it causes.
The best results hate been attained
with the j'tiice in a concentrated solid
form, and with the addition of vaseline
or lanoline. British Medical Journal.
Farthing In England.
Farthing arc still in use in England,
though to such a limited extent that a
memlier of the royal commission on gold
and silter v as ignorant of the fact until
informed during an investigation a short
time ago. They are used chiefly in buy
ing pajurs at trade prices, whin imarter
fractions of a jicnuy come into ue.
Xew York Tribune.
Eight decs Monging to the Duke of
Sutherland are in Germany being treated
for the gouL
Mild, soothing, and healing is Dr. Sage's
I Catarrh Remedy.
A tree planted to the memory of Charles
! Darw in in Cambridge was recentl) stolen.
The Plainest Ctrl In Sackettstown,
Was busannah Lulu Searl.
Hut the belle of lieauiy she was made,
liy Chaiuplln's Liquid Pearl.
Plat num has been
ton, 11 u.
discotered near Clii -
I To persons wishing to attend the Friends'
yearly meetiug at Oskaloosa. Iowa, the I.
I It A: IV. will sell for train No. :'. leatintr
Springfield at 5:lr p. m., Monday, Sjeptem- tionsorHjphilitiel'olaoning. lt panties the the head, with pains in the side nnd back
ber 5, tickets" at S15 oy for the round whole system, and banishes all Itheumatic all tanisli afUr tisim; tins ttonderful rem
trip. TickeUw'iIl be good for thirt) das and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it, '. si). The tirtsl, languid feeling gltes place
toreturn. 207r Frank II. CoblenU, corner Market and to strength and icor.
T.rrlblft rroc.. of 'lMroonlii-."
I "M.msm to put ai-)ui( on a dot-Pit
We. as a alitor, miller pit-u ikv of liuwii
cuuitmtU'tl MJiue great crime " 11ms tmr
pool Noali WolsliT jjnt-s u-, tin- lr
Isim-. tin1 anitiniir. Uwii winch the ini-
' nRin ilion may construct a -tvniien to
It is tlicncp that tlio in inoncrs took
tlu'ir iiami. for iii.iroomiiK was one of
tlmr most itrttic instruments of pun
ishment orrewngv. If a pirate linike
one of the main rules huh piMrnl
the lurtuular luml to uluili he lIonj;el
he asinarKni; ihil a captain dtfmct
Ins sl,ii to Hiuh a degree lis to 1 mi
ple.us.uit to the rates attacking it he
uh.s marooiuil; een the pirate captain
liiiiisi If. if he tlisiileascil his followers In
i the set nt of his rule, was in il.-iiigt r of
luting the same punishment viitisl uisn
. . . ,. .. ,
r"'"'"1 "- Vfte from the ,thwat of
c,,u"sV). and the cmdcmn.sl man was
""-i ironi ine snip to me oea n. uut
ih- os iniiioitsi ujfitii me hunti bpit:.i gun.
a Hair ilozi n
builds, a fiw Mill lies ef
I urn tier and a Untie of watr w.ts
ihuckod ashore after kiln, and nwat
rowed the Nxit's crew luck to the ship,
leating the jioor wretch alone to rate
aw at his life in niadni'ss, or to sit simkt n
in his gloooit desjuur till death mm i
fullt rtloased lum from toniioit. It
rnuly if eter lnpioned that niitthmg
was known of lum after hating I' u ma
rooned. A loat'a crew from some es 1.
sailing by chance that way, might nr
liaiu iind a few chalky txincs bleaching
U sin the white Kind in the garish gl.uo
of the sunlight, but that was all. And
such were marooners Howard Pyle in
Conception ma lo Colors.
Experiments inailo by scientific men
prote that much dullness of conception as
to colors of shorter wate lengths, such as
green and blue, exists among rude na
tions. Some aWinginal tnls of India
have the color sense dot eloped onlt as
far as rod. their knowl.slge of jellow.
green, blue. K'liig most limited and rudi
mentary; the iitu it llm-d Ihiiuar.Ls cannot
give names to blue and groin and think
such colors need no names: while the
. . l.... .
.tiiuiuoaiv nn umiiiemii 10 colors 01 piles." Sure cure for itching, protruding, bleed
middle nnd shorter wave lengths. The incorany formoi Piles. 50c. AtDruggistaor
(Kllness in regard to shorter wate lengths niailcd. E. S. Wills, Jersey City, N. J.
k in sliarp contrast to their ease in dis- 8K1NY SIFV.
tinguishing rod. I -R-ells' "Health Renew cr" ret tores health and
Mt own oliservations. which are neces- vigor, cures Dvfpcpsla, Imtsttence, Nervous
anly limitwl. indicate tliat aterage man lability. For WeakMen, Delicate Women, f I.
prefer ml first and blue, next: ami as WKIXs- iiaik HAT-SAM.
the shorter wave lengths are approached. If crav. re6tore toorlcinal color. An clerant
bis interest and iwueruf litniguisliiiur
diiTerences Ixvome less, and onlt among
the most highly cultivated are the softer
aliades of color preftrred or mijoksI.
Most women will agree with me that the
average man rivals the barlianau 111 color
perception when he matches worsteds or
I buys a bonnet. Exp. nmuits on a largo
B" m,8" "" m rB V'al '"
coIor ',lso I,as l,ePn l-" develoil 111
iiuui oiiu Muiiuii. uut n.iriiiv uiai uian
has reached Hiporiorilctilopiuvnt. Kate
Elizabeth Clarke in Home Journal.
Kaeitfiiiriit in Teiaft.
fireat excitement has Ix-en caused in the
vicinity of l'ans, Texas, bt the remarkable
recoterj of Mr. .1. E. Cotlej, who was si
helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise
his head: evert bod said he was d ting of
consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. Kmgs
Xew Discover) ' nt him. Finding re
lief, he bought a large liottle and a box of
Dr. Knit's Xew Life 1'ilN; b the time In
had taken two boxes of Tills and tott bot
tles of the Discoter). he was well and had
gained in tlesh thlrt-six pounds.
Trial bottles of this (Ireat Discoer for
Consumption free at Clias. Ludlow A Co.'s
Tlif. X enllrt t'liniitmmia.
W. I). Suit, druggist. Hippus. lnd., testi
fies: "I can recommend Electric Hitters as
thetery best remedy. Etery bottle has
git en relief in eterj cae. One man took
six bottles, and was cured of Hlieuiiiatisin
of 10 tears' standimr." Abraham Hare.
druggist. Belletille, Ohio, allirms: "Tin
best selling medicine I hate eter handled
in ni) 20 jears' ex;erieiice. is Electric Hit
ters." Thousands of others hate added
their testimony, so that the terdict is unan
imous that Electric Hitters do cure all dis
eases of the Liter. Hindejs or ltlood.
Onlt a half dollar a bottle at Clias. Lud
low & Co.'s.
The Best Salvk In tlio world for Cuts,
Bruises Sjres, Ulcers, Salt Hheum. Feter
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to git e perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
Kinslej. Kan , is called the "Venice of
Kansas." It is on Coon creek, which is
there crossed by four bridges.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English KemedyT It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
old on a positive guarantee at 10c, 50c.
Frank U. Coblentz, corner Market and
There is a motement in France to declare
the dat of Joan of Arc's entrance into Or
leans a national holiday.
The best medical authorities acknott ledge
the talue of A)er's Pills, and prescribe
them with the utmost confidence, as the
most effectual remedy for diseases causid
b) derangements of the stomach, liter and
There Is said to be a crow roost just west
of Hinckley, HI . where tens of thousands
of crott s congregate to roost etert nigliU
Hunters are hating rare sport shooting
them, much to the satisfaction of the farm
AH plasters are not alike. ) nislerg
afford relief and cure when other k nds are
It turns out that the picture and sti tuettes
of General Boulanger that hate be n sold
in such numbers in Pans were the 'iroduct
of a German enterprise and hate t nrichetl
WILL YOU SUFFER with D)spepsia
and Liter Complaint'' Shiloh's Vltilizar
Is guaranteed to cure) ou. For sale by F.
A heav) stone-cart, with two horses
weighing 1,400 pounds each, fell 100 feet
Into a quarry at Aurora. The horses scram
bled to their feet w itli onl) a few scratches.
"!f f vs. xv Of the good things of this
V'A'J life are sorrowfully let
alone on account ol uyspepsia. Acsers
Dyspepslr, Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
During the recent eclipse ot the sun the
Russian nihilists scattered their pamphlets
all oter Russia.
THAT HACKIXC COUCH can be so
.juicily cunsl b) bi.iloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. rorsaieDyr. A. tiarwooa.
The 1.70.000 giten to Queen (jietoria on
her jubilee will be detoted to the training
"ik oVcC 9. Blood EHixir Is the only
Vy""v' Blood femedy Aruaran.
teed. ItisaTwwitiTecureforUlcers. Erup-
The Chinese government has ordered
1,500 gross of bottled beer for the Chinese
- x'' '
IT IS WONDERFUL
how easily rliriiiuatiMii heius, anJ huw
iiiMtlwusly it grows in the hjstem, until
one is startled to liml lilin-tlt lis VKtini
in either the acute or ihromc furai. lie
theu learns the fearful temcity of its
grip an 1 the utter xmtrli5.Mis of the
plinsr rimeilies togne nliif
I'rnluhlt to no disease line phbiclan
git en more atwlr, anil nunc has more
comphtely Inlltat tluir ellorts to provide
a H-cilic, and until Atliloplmros as dis
covered tin re was no iiieduinf wliuh
would stirelv cure rlieiimitisiu, neuralu
ami nervous or sick hetdache. Tlnmsandi
of testiinoni iU like the following prote
lietond question that Atliloplioros is the
only reliable remedy, and that it will do
all that is claimed for it.
Mr Josiah White, of New Paris, Ohio,
Kiid to oiircorrespordcntin reference tohu
King cured of rheunitUmbytheuseofAtli
lophorm It acle.1 like icliarni with meand
I teel that I owe niv present gooil health to
theone bottle of Athlophoros Iuseil It was
almut two yeirs ago I had tlio rheumatism.
I could scan-elv get around and when I did
. i " .
nimigc to do t it w iv.tl, great pin,
I s,hiU oyer thirty doll in during tins
Ttik ith iIiHtors not countinc whit I
mm nt for liniments ami other medicines,
hut none of them did mea pirtHeof good
At lat I heinl of Athlophoros; it was on
Vodnesdiy I commenced using it and con
tinued taking regularly until I tinished the
'xittle. On l'ridav I "went out free fmnt
rheiinntisin. My fcR were as good as ever,
and from that diy to this, now nilrly two
reirs since, I have not hid a twinge of
tlieiiniite-hi. I hive recommended it to
minr dillennt sulTercrsand Inveheen well
p id for nn trouble by sciing them bene-
tltisl J. I U1S
Evert druggist should keep Atlilophoros
an 1 .Vtldophuros Pill-., but where thev c;iii
nut lie I. m. lit of the druggist the tld
phoros to, 11.! WallM..i "luk.will
seiiil titlur (larrugc pinli on nitipt t
regulir price, whuli is 1 in pir lttle
for thliiphiiros md ,VK lor Tills
tor liter aitt Viiluev disuses dt.jsjisin. In
iU stlori tiillns ntrttius iliMlU ilKiL-t.
jf uomen oii-.Mi.sMn I'etds. lit impure
ot MM ac, siuioi ium riiLt ureutitsiuaitsi 4
The celebrated rebel guerrilla Ouintri II
taught school at one tune in the Mciuit) of
I.ane, Kan. A Mr. Clark, lit ing near tint
town, has some facts in his possession
which prote conclusitelt, in his own mind
at least, that Quantrell is alite at the pres
itorcn ov rii.Es."
Why Fnflir Pilm! Iminediatcrelicf andcom-
I'lcie luic LU4ianii:cu. vrtw u ihiulu ...i
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Itmoratlve. Mops haircom-
ingout;sirenguiens, cleanses, neauacaip. ax.
Colonel Maplc.011 has a soprano, now
called Viquito, who, he sits, was "bnrn in
Virguiii. in the southern pirt of Vorth
America, ami was "stolen bj the Indians
of Niagara" 111 her touth. Her toice is not
so mtt resting as her historj.
&rv.o the Children
$3V.Vrj pecially lial
They are ca
llable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc. Wo guarantee Acker's English
Kemedj a positive cure. It saves
honrs "of anxious watching. Sold b
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
A French decollete fashion the bxck of
the dress being open almost to the waist-
is in great fat or. eseclall) among the
American girls at Hoiuburg.
SLEEPLESS NIC.HTS. made miserable
by that terrible couth. Miiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. For sale b) F. A. Gar
wood. Thexnitng Duke of Alb-in). aged .1. be
gan his career last week b) lat ing a corner
stone. It was pronounced "well and trul)
In Ilrief, anil to the I'nlnt.
D)spepsia is dreadful. Disordered liter
is miser). Indigestion is a toe to good na
The human digestive apparatus Is one of
the most complicated and wonderful things
in existence. It is easily pt-t out of order.
Ureas) food, touch food, sloppy food.
bad cooker), mental worry, late hours, ir
regular habits, and man) other things which
ought not to be. hate made the American
pmp'e a nation of tljspeptid.
Hut (Jreens August r lower lias none a
wonderful work in reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American people so
health) that the) can enjo) their meals Kiid
Itenieniber: o happiness without nt-aiin.
But Green's August Hotter brings health
and happiness to the d)speptle. Ask )our
druggist for a bottle. betent)-fitecents.
The Parisian porter, or concierge, has be
come so unpopular that a sjiecial newspaper
has been started, called the. I iili-Coicfcrvc.
It Won't Hake Ilrrnil.
Ill other words. Hood's Sarsaparalta will
not do impossibilities. Its proprietors tell
plainlt what it has done, submit proofs
from sources of unquestioned reliabilit),
and ask joti frankl) if )ou are suffering
from an) disease or affection caused or
promoted b) impure blood or low state of
thes)stein. to try Hood's Sirsaparilla. The
exinence of others is sutlicient assiiranie
that) on will not be disappointed in the re
sult. LOCAL notices.
Aclvlf to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's ."soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is tlM prescription of one of
the best female nurses ana pli)9icians in
the United States, xnd has been used for
years with neter-faiilng success b) millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its valueis incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving ".ealtli to the
Mid It reststho mother. I'rie 35c a Dottle.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PUKt
Cod Liter Oil, With lljiipliihitea.
Fur Luwj TrwtiMes niil lliitlm; ll
enK. Dr. J. Simonaud, New Orleans,
La., says; "Scott's EinuNion is the hnest
preparation of the kind. In affections of
the lungs and other wasting diseases, we
ma) consider it our most reliable agent. In
a perfectl) elegant and agre able form."
Fortttentj-fite )cars I hate In en setert
lyafllitted with haj feter. While I was
stiff -rimr Intensely I ttas induced, through
Mr. Tichenor's testimonial, to tr) ll)'s
Cream Halm. The etTect ttas nnrteloiis.
It enabled me to ierform in) pastoral du
ties ttithout the slightest incoiitenietire.
and 1 hate csc.ned a retuni attack. I pro
nounce Kit's Cream lSilin a cure for hay
feter. Win. T. Carr, I'resb) U-rian I'.istor,
Elizabeth, X J.
Hating appeared iu our tillage D.irbt's
I'roph) lactic Fluid was used for disinfcting
the college buildings. The disease neter
went be)ond a single case, either in the
college or elsewhere, whtretho Fluid ttas
used. Iti v. I'l.i s. U. F. Pkick. Auburn,
I)arb)'s Fluid dispels all forms of epi
demic diseases h) destroting the spores or
germ poison that cause contagion.
I A O.iiigeroUA Hurglrnl Operttlnn.
A fatal mistake. At the time Dr. Vance,
iof Cleteland, pi rforined the operation on
, the ladv for then mntal of a inner of the
1 stomach he found when too late that the
txsir woman had no cancer to Ix- renioted.
The disease ttas iudigesti and if she had
taken the hluker Kxtract of UiBits(Siegrs
' i))nip) that awful distress at the pit of the
stomach, which maile the dm tors think she
had cancer, would h-tte been reunited. DIs-
tress after eating, dull, heatt fetlmg iu
Jirs. uelia .tiarsn wrueMroiu 1 eai.iue,
j Benton count). Ark., that she had il)spep-
siain the worst form for lite ) ears, and
that nothing Kate an) relief until she used
the Siegel S) rup.
. i JswMaP--
ThlapoKiter iieTrvarlei. A marvel ot pur
rtty.atreiiitth and ttholesomeness More ec
nomlc.il than theordtnary kind, and cannot
he sold iu competition with the multitude of
low teat, short weight, alum or phosphate
powders bold only la cans K"i. Utaisn
Powntt Co , 1(W Wall itreet. N Yo-k
A whole medkino chest in your pocket,
with ono liox of Ayer'a 1'ills. As they
isTato directly on the stomach and
lion els, they indirectly affect every
other organ of the body. When the
stomach is out of order, the head is
affected, digestion fails, the blood be
comes imjioterisUed, and you fall an
easy xlctim to any pretalint disease.
Miss M. E. Boyle, of Vt ilk sbarre. Fa ,
puts the whole truth in a nutshell, when
ahesa)s: Ml use no other medicine
than Ajer's Fills. They are all that
an) one. needs, and just splendid to sate
money in doctors' billa."
Hero is an Instance ot
who Inst his medicine chest, but, having
at hand a bottle of Ayer'a Pills, found
himself fully e i aipped. J. Arrison,
M. I , of San Jose, Cal., writes:
" Some three years ago, by the merest
accident, I ttaa forced, so to speak,
to prescribe Ater's Cathartic Fills for
seteral ink men among a party of engi
neers in the Sierra Netada mountains,
my nicdiuue cheat having been lost in
crossing a mountain torrent. I was
surprised and delighted at the action of
the Fills, so much so, indeed, that I was
led to a further trial of them, as well as
of your Cherry Pectoral and Sarsapa
nll.i I hate nothing but praise to offer
in their fit or."
John V Itrown, M. D., of Oceana,
W. Va ,writs: " I prescribe Ayer'a Fills
iu my pra tice, and hnd them excellent.
I urge their general use in families."
T. E Hastings, M. D , of Baltimore.
Md , writes: "That Ayer'a Fills do con
trol and cure the complaints for which
they aro di signed, is as conclusively
prot en to me as any thing possibly can be.
They are the best cathartic and aperi
ent within the reach of the profession."
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowtlf, Matt.
Sold by all Druggists.
POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.
Directly on the main line of the
NEW YOhK. PENH. & OHIO R.R.
IX. Y . L E. 4 W. K. H. Co . Leasee).
Midnaj Between Cincinnati and Xew
York Highest NaTagahle Body
of Water on the Contiuent.
1,30 feet ahoto the Ocean and "13 feet
abote Lake Krie. distant set en miles.
THE CLIMATE IS PURE AND INVIGORATING.
The lake Is twenty miles lone and from one
to three miles wide, takewood, tlutauna,
(.rimth's Point, Item us Point. Iiay Mew,
Ratenjwol. Martha's Mneyaril. Chautauqua.
Point Chautauqua. Louc Point. Mapje springs
and U'oogllu are among the different resorts
on the L ie. patronized by the summer visit
ors. There are zoo& hotels at every point.
The Pinions Chautauqua Assembly
convenes in July and August of etery year.
One ol the most pouular resorts oa the lake is
Here all passenger trains of the Xew ork.
Peunsylvaula and Ohio Hallroad stop during
the season. It being the Chautauqua Lake Ma
tlon. and the distributing point lor the entire
lake. There are to hotels at Lakewood, both
of Immense size and capable of accommodat
ing Ave hundred guests each, "suioerous
steamers are coustantly plying the Lake,
transporting visitors to all points. Those In
search of a pleasant resort to spend the sum
mer months cannot nnda more convenient or
delightful place than Lake L'li iutauu.ua.
Via Xew York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Rail
road, are ou sale at all local stations aud at
stations of connecting Hues from June 1st,
good for return until October 31st.
J. H. Ml .LKK.l'en.sapt . Cleveland. O
L V. FWtUhK lien Pass Agt., New Tiork.
A E l'LKh. Asst.tleu. Pass Agt. CleTe
Lt bprlngfield .
s.r ouncstown .
" Corry .
" Lakewood .
Ltm ed I tm'ed Express
. In -m
" 7 l"am
. s 2mm
. S 55am
. V 05am
'. 10 (rtam
. 9 55am
" Xew ork
Piillman'H FineHt Coaches on all
The Or.cJnftl and Onlj rntln.
9 Mist 1-wmn BellbMs- fwu t wartktfM ImlutlesL
Udiipraubbi 10 LADIES. Ask joar DraalM
t klr-Mttf. Iruias4 t. m nr r ScTIom .
(suiiMit. m tar parucilari MUr hy rrior tmatL
NAS" A ,fft-iet7a1SK.
FINE CUT AND PLUG.
Incomparably the Best.
R INSTALMENT DEALERS
RIM find Juhtwbailliejrm-ed-A FULL LINE
OF INSTALMENT GOODS oM onl) tt
if INSTALSJENTTRADE, by art.ln-sA'.ng
lasTAijiEjiT Daalxkb' KtrrLY Co, trie. !
J WOMEN .-s-rt'T
Kamrsr isihm.ts v ia-
Uf IttUity. LsxU Mb-
Currs II ealcnets, jrrmatorrhea.
Emissions, ImpatrncjMxidMil Di-I
catitM by bii auu or in
HITErratlnn. OtiA nu katm 11. nir ska.'
bxtorkI Br mail. rite for Pamphlet, in
korclKm Chemical Co.. Detroit,
Call on or address Tbco. Tronpe.drugclst,
oorner Main and Market itreetf. 5prinflelvl
Ohio. Sole Aient
' HfovinQTi Wan Vo.nnrin
. JUDAlbdill ITd-1 I D Lol dill.
The WunJerful efflcacr of Swift's S-peclflc m
remtiljr and cure for rheumatism and alt bio 1 Ji
Nun, linn nerp r hs 1 a niort-ci ucu m Illustration
than this COM af7ord The rati II I, unsolicited n1
frajhatlc testimony k1i tj U TcnfrablcKitit
man must lie hccpi ttl a c nvlnrlnx an 1 cnncluslr".
The writer U a I rr-mlneiit rliizen tf Mlnni-wlrrL. Th
ft-ntlemau towhom Mr 31artln refers an 1 owhom
be It IndVl tel for the slvlre to which h owri his
Onal relief f rom j etkt of nufferlntj U Mr Klnjf, for
many years the (opular nUt clt-rk of the Lawrence
MouHc.at Jackw n
1 Jacks.ii, MIsi., April 29. 13SL
Tin Swin SrTcinc Coara-vT, Atlanta. Us
ttrntUnun I ha leen an Inralld penxlorwr for
Torty yiar, haTincontrsutetl ulmohar an J ithr
Jt-M-ases In the HeiUan War. but not Itlltb. Utof
Uaixh, 13TJ.UU I feel any iiyinptoms of rheumatUm.
Do that diy I was suldenly atrickea with thAt dLs
em In lnth hlts nj ankles, tor twenty days I
waUMoncruUbe. Then thntln wan Iuas tlulent.
Dut It rhirtel trnm Joint to JMnt Inrweeks I wonll
tie totally dl-abltsti.eltiis ron onenlJeof my boly or
Ihf other. Tb lulu nertr left men, mommt for
IrTen years and seven month- that Is from March I,
IS75, when 1 was flrt nttm ked, to October 1, l'vst.
wtwn I wasctimt. Inti-ln these- eleveu years of In
Uise fuITirlnK 1 tried innumerable prescriptions
from rarlous hjslrlans. and trleI eTerythtnK uk
tested lyr friends, but if 1 ever receded the least
benefit from any rr-edlelne taken Internally or ex
lernally. I am not awnreif It rlnilly. about tho
lnl f S-. temrrr. I maie nrrancerm nt to gtt to th
ftotSfrlnKSOf Arsvanus luvlnK deai-atred of every
ithtr renu-s.lT, -ahen I accl leninlly met an ol 1 at
jualntanre, Mr. Kin, now f tho Lawrcuco Hou
jf this city. II ha-i once liren n Rnat sufferer from
-heumatL-m, and. as I supi'-ed. had been curtxl
ay afUltto Hut Sprlncs. IiutMhin I met him ho
ld me that hi tUu to the Hot Springs was In rain
-he found no reller On hlfl return from lb tSprinp-
te heard, for the firt lime, of the S H. S. as a reinily
ir rheumatism- Hetrlol Hani six bottles madt a
oinplftecure. Sentral 5 ears have passed since, but
aehashal no return i fthedUeae.
I Immediately returned to try It. In September I
tot k four little, an 1 by the first ef (xt'lwr I wa4
writ far a the rheumatlra was concerned. All
I ain ha.1 dbapitared, and 1 iuts 30T felt a twino
or IT SI1CK.
I have n Interest In making this statement th r
than th hop that It may direct some other sufferer
to a sure eourve of relief, and if It has this result I
sm well rewarded fur my trouble. 1 am ery re-
iprutiuii7 -auuuuijr uuxiriiuu.
J. M. H. SUetis.
For sale by all dniffplts. Tre&tbw on Elood and
Stia Ile&sc mailed free,
Tus Swrrr Specific Co ,
Drawers, itlauta. Onv
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
rittunnrc. ('inrliinntl unit SI. I oiila Ilnll
wnj Cimipiiii I'nD llnmlle llontr.
Utuhr stliulnh- III (Ilect Jinnarj T.0,
1M7. trains leate Su'ringtieM. eintral
stindanl time fur Xema. Cincinnati and
Coliiiiilius.T.I5 . in .for Da) ton t7 15 a.m.
for Aetna ."Ml liiilianaKilis lo-Jua. m.
for Xema, Cincinnati. Columbus, Indian
I aiolis and Chicago. !" p in.; for Xema
I Da) ton and Cincinnati, ':10 p. in.
I Trains arnte in bpnintlield at f:15 and
10.-0 a. in . t 00 p. m. and ii.40 p. iu.
I Dail). fDail), except Siindaj.
bvit. Doiiiis, Tuki t Agent.
OLvetand. tulamlim, t-tnelnnntl ai
8 SUht Expreta
12 Mew York J Boston Kiprrn ...
1 Clefeland A Eaatern Express ..
4 New York Limited Expreis
9 Sieht KiDresi
. 5.M an
i! PK.CIn.A Ues. Ex.
1 Cln Hvtuirlluckeve 'T-ttan
29 Cincinnati Jt Indlauapolls Express-.il Mian
3 Cleveland JtCtnclcaatlLxpress . Ijutn:
ICIntl.. Ind ,bt. Louis A Kan. Ex t5prr
' auaivs raoa sisr.
9 Xlgbt Express iJ0arr
i 1 Cln I-ljing buckeye ..7aa
I 3 Cleveland Cincinnati Express lJJ'pix
New t ork. liostoa A Cincinnati Sx05 in
J abuts rsos sucth.
' Night Express 125 an
13 DayU-u.SprlntcGeM Arcom.tr t. ...... SS5aa
, 12 New York 4 Uoton Limited 50att
1 2 Cleveland A Eastern bxprens 3.15 nr
i Cincinnati A bprtngfleld Acconi.. sn pa
II New York Limited express . J prr
So i: fcas through sleepers to Xew York and
Jcstoa without chanire.
No. 4 Is the famous limited express, core
josed entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland,
taroogh sleepers from SprlogfleM. Kaket
New 1 ork In mH hoars and Boston In M
a. h. KXiaiiT,
a it. i tract. A,ent,
D. B. MARTIN, Areade Depot.
a. P. A. SDringSeld.O.
St. Y., Ptnn. A Ohio K. B.
All trains run on Central time 25 mlnutu
slower than city time.
TIAISSLIIVS OI11VO EAST.
No. 4. Xew York Limited, dally 10 2S a. E,
" 2. Acconi . dally eicept Sunday. 3Jp. n-.
Xo. 8 loll p.m.
" 12. Atlantic Lx . dally 1 lu a. m
TSAIS3 LEAVE GOISO WEST.
No. 3. Cln. St. Louis Ki. daily ... :10 a. m
" 1. Accom..dniljeicept sundaj-lti iC a. ro
" &. bt Louis Lx., daily ..... .J 69 p.m.
Xo.4 has sleepers, but no change of cars In
elthercase through to Newiork. Xo.&cat
through sleepers to bt. Louis
Free hack to trains to all points east of, and
Including north Lewlsburg.
For tickets to all points and further Infor
matton.callon J. L). 1'hhose.
Agent. 72 Arcade.
Telephone call 310.
IndlaiiH, Itlootutiigtim noil Western Rail
AKBITE lUia NORTH.
1 Cincinnati Kxprcss ... 1 00 a tr
S banduskyaud sprlngneld Kx . Mtarc
3 Columbus Mail ..-.. IJJoir
ARRIt E rEOM EAST.
1 Xight Express . 141 a re
5 Chicago, bt L. 4 han. City lira - hVam
"Sandusky Mill . - lOSSara
3 Chicago, M. L. 4 han. City hx . 5 16 p m
ARRIVE rROlf WEST.
2 Fastern Express ... "1 2u a id
4 Atlantic .Mail "Jfiarc
6 Xew York Limited 4 2pci
DErART .OIIkO SORTH.
2 Lakeside Express 2 4 a m
4 Put In Bay txnress . 10 4.3 a ro
i bprlngneld and bandusky Ex S 35 p it
DEPART OOISU EtST.
2 Columbus Express '1 45 a m
4 Atliutle)lall y.iam
8 Columbus sccommodatton ... 6 20am
6 Xew ) ork Limited- 4A"
DKTART OOISO WEST.
1 Xlght Express ... u5
5 thltago.st L A Kan.Uty 11m . Tla
3 Chicago. .t.L.A han.ltty hx 515ptD
Uhl. -Mtiiiliern ltnllroHil.
ARRIVE FROM SOLTU.
3 Balnbrldge Atcommodatlon .... 9 10 am
1 Mall aud txpress... 4 30 p m
inrtRT GOINO SOCTH.
2 Mall and Express . 10 25 a re
4 Ualnbride Accommodation 535pm
Ml trains marked" run ds,lly. allot! ersdalli
except Miuday. etandard time, which Is
minutes slower than bi-r ngdeld city time
D. II. ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
I WANT AGENTS st
f, v ",. sWN MISSOURI
To nj"! an"! women of en
ftya it ability, king
1 rot talj'tjeniA iojTaenUib-M-al
terra will be tclren.
The Hl.er works on new
HtDii cluthinc enurinou x
8amnl nrtni nn turf
weeks trial, on llber.il terms, to be re--rnedntmw
Aipenssif not satisfictorr.
Intrinlo irtit Cjklnc it n tLeuominal sjccm
wTrTt'"rs. IllutratHlcirruIarsiaini ierrm r.
(Wk tr4ritrp4 at 10 1 braa for ttc'r i u whtfc
IktatTHje&l. A.h tut imUttalf houl Five 1 rij.g
Or Ihr l.tsnnr llsbli. I'osliivrlr Carrd
br Admlnl.lrriss lr. llatsrs'
It can be civ tn In a cup of cnf!? or tea
without tlie knnwleilce ot the ptrson tktiic
it; ts absolutely harmless, and nlll elfecta
permanent and speedy cure, whether the pa
tlent is a moderate drinker or .in alcoholic
wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been
made temperate men who Uae taken (.olden
Specific In their coffen without their know!
edite. and tod sy believe they quit drinMnitof
their own freewill It never fills Thesys
tern once Impregnated with the Specific, tt
becomes an utter Impossibility for the liquor
appetite to exist. For sale by Dr. T.J Cas-
8 er. least Main street, and Tlieo Troupe,
aln and "ilarketstreets.Sprlnitaeld.O.
It coots the Blood ; It fcrlf ea
Hit cJiarpeni op tte appe-
9 T sl.la lhaltvap ill's lfa TUtrt
And ittlmulatea the feeble
For SIcU Headache.
ti ! u-iiei iiivi. i
i uvy "
.tlHW t I. r
tb 11 ni 0
auiti tl lcJ c Mew
viu the UUn
A. L. 1 1 It
U. 1 11
m AMfn"aafet4, xaaiarai 1
1 nnill ,-. irirrToa.Os-taillt:
I.IIV I iitle Nervo Bitten.
I II 111 I U-rfc MdtU Col. IS H. 11
JiVI- rtvii4tolabia, ft. ioUtvaUln
sinpaiiiiy enivw b
tvj U UraasiataT
Msrrsw. ' s sfsfaP
H'tilttrutreJ Brt lJ
fW Casac Sis ttTtisi)
L Ctaci o nii.E3s3
Dr- A,bert'8 next visit to Springfield, Friday, September 30,
' at the Lagonda'.House.
Siperior Street, next to Postoffice, Cleveland. 0.
Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
Hureeaarully treated upon
The Latest Scientific Principles.
j attained tbe moat wonderful
uurres in tbe treatment or the
taara to whlrb be drsotea bla
pedal attention, and tbroagb
years of patient labor and re
earcb be bas discovered the
nium Infallible method of enrine
general weakness, InToluntarjr
dlchart;e, Impotenry, nerroua
nra, eonfualon of Ideas, palpit
ation of the heart. Untidily,
diseases of tbe throat, noae aud
kin. affection of the liver,
stomach and bowels these ler
rllile disorder that muke Hie a
miserable existence and render
late marriage Impossible.
Slarrled persona or yonne mea
contemplating marriage, aware
of Physical Weakness or any
other disqualifications speedily
relieved, lie who places blmsell
tinder tbe care of DU. ALBKHT
may eonllde In bis bonor as a
gentleman, and confidently rely
upon bis skill aa at physician.
JL. CTJI3-E3 WJLZSEZJX'TttlD-
Persons Ruined .n Health by Unlearned Pretenders who keep Trifling vrlth
tbem .Vonth after vfonth. giving Poisonous and Injurious
Compounds, should Apply Immediately.
DCUlDLflDI E PIIDCC Perfected in oil cases whirh hsre Keen neetee'ed or nmS'Ilfnllr
nLinHnnl'lDLC UUnCd trrate.1. Kn exrenments or failure. I'arties treated br mail or
express, but where possible personal eonnltation
CCB1BLE CiKl.S Ul'lBl-tTEED.
Address with Postss.
arr-Tases and rorrespoadrare Sacredly CoxUldeatlal. Tmaliaai ml V.tr. W
te any part of tbe United States.
Boots and Shoes
GEORGE CHANCE & CO.
2To. 14 "West Iain St.
Yau are always sure to get value received for
your money. Big blow and high
prices is not our motto.
113-u.y "SsTOixr Hfvrci CJOvi or
WHELDON & MERRiLL
WHOLESALK AMI RETAIL DEALERS IX
GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 27G.
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS :
CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254.
a, sn, - f T1 f ! I"" ' ini
W A VUa r sfcCataaJTs lOAJj-att W I
VArVS's sJ.4svsss ai( n w ji uuu.
a ninirsvailll ail itrri s,jt .. iuli awi
.?&. SEMINAL PASTILLES:
Cim ijf4-tSn. 'lKM ITI 4LZX'
'ttcT2 ia inaaT
i-iOTiiuaariGn iflfy aoeo rueiy netrr
i eic ctioo rr- j ncnviifi rowt iaa- 70c wtr-ans
"? mi With traamia.s,t of asWf'trsTnLI. ld
KaiLi'-arKAorjir?,-- -w isii-toihiet.
RUPTURED PCKSONS can t)av FRES
j&Jr Viia Vli
OHEC WESLEYAPJ UWiVEKSITY,
DCL.AWAFE 01 10. .
A PLEASURE -S-SS?
And ita kmdrd atlrorattt. India nil ion ( n
fjllpallwn and IIIHoaanrtM AGARIC u
A PURE VEGETABLE TONIC, pleii.
ant 10 tattCr. MILDLY STIMULATING
and can be takvn with a ntltsh. la tiiMl.cial to
th. in health, and latralaablr t lanauld
and debilitated paplwhatroablswrwith
lowt of nervr -rr. T17 it occ- and joa
nil dm it al-rij.
SI.00 FOR I QUART BOTTLE.
For BaJ by DrurgirtM, Win Merchant, and
GTnfral Dealfn thnmchout tb United SutM
and Cantd If yuor daalar hawit it, inaiat upon
hi gvAtiiic it for 700.
SACHS-PRUDEN tt CO.
. AI.Ev Is Known us wona ovsr.
qutto and All
and erenr farm of akin
bleiniahea. poaitiTely eoied
oa the moat delicate akin
without leana,r a acar, Dy
Prto 6ct-j,, SOcta. and 1.
At druixUta or br mall.
-l?he nopPin MauT-r Co . Lew Isondon, Coan,
1 ijfiia nvvriiiaiorsuct-.-APaassc30.fA
For aale toy all iSprlncfleld Iru eclat.
! A t
- iitr uwi'
l'rssMii-B IsTllsv.ctc,nilnnf Iiora tt-sifacrrttoriior
XCtara s-w.al -aaiakaxa MI-aMairh Mrl.(.wa.btha
OHEIT MAUSTON THEATJlK.Tf'.
HrM fcxh Ira. PTtoailvi W reaj by ral!lni
th tiatitJi of
9 RepMa with lorunisation of vmlu to all n
W f jbBbbBbbbN
55 BsaTsTBI B
C I VsTaftf 1
SI Organal Weakness
lssunedlately cored and fall Tleor
restored: This distressing a(Blr
tlon wbleb renders life at burden
and marrlase Impossible Is tbe
enalty paid by tbe victim of
UnpruUeuie. Consalt I1H. AL
BERT at once and yon will find
tbe simpathy and relief tbaS
yoo positively require.
Soflkrera from this distressing
disorder, tbe symptoms of whlrb
are at dull and unsettled mind,
wblcb uuflis tbem for tbe per
formance of their business and
social duties, makes happy
nmrrlages Impossible, distresses
tbe action of the heart, cansea
flashes of beat, evil forebodings,
Inss. tiring easily or rompany,
with at prrfrreure to be alone,
reeling as tired In the msrniug
as ou retiring, white deposit la
urine, nervousness, trembling,
watery and weak ryes, dyspep
sia, constipation, pain and
weakness In limbs, ecr., should
ransult DR. ALBERT lmmrdl-
gW SUely aod be restored to health.
e)m m uuiAMisiun ct f..teci.t ra
usrs tuibirw VUOTX.H'l sVJI IsiTlshCaTaV
in ass I'm at i i a- t.ia-ii .oairvio
will! fkSCatUB tt btiatBSwa. sinas Mi at
Oil nrbe inc(Lrt rrtrDt-a. Brdirtcft
rtrpiirsiMnt-vtl''f-t old .u iu rprcftt
n4ntnM I a fa 1 1 a liAaf fU'as TVs saih!
ssssssss -7 'ainuuHVVI UA UUUSMVI),sHniIlirnr. low
becotaes claMrfalaoa itpntiynua faci a iii. Md h
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rtrnr Wtnc In 1 April skl4 I li&r ui ren the
j iiTtt- Odiii'Ii ll!f kt a thonazb inaL They cared
jr Itttltf airi lyear oltt if Cninp My wif nnd
n t!i-r-in-lir w?re trr-unlesi with ftjwh) of 1 na
tundmsT One p-wWue ol tie lilrvk. has cured
hem so they cau talk j only tromn tin
Lima. Jan 3J.Ws.T. The -ynTlti Hnm mock
ctM like a iharm in expelllnc worm frum my lit
)p chll t. The child is now well and hearty. Instead
1 puny and anxly as before
Jon G llnnuiox.
The (.reit Marrhtra and Dy rctrry Ihwt-r.
Ieli!.h. O Jaly Tth. .I ar i-lx mont.- Id
hill hat a ' ro attick of u-urafr ConipUlut.
-ny"tcian coull il nitt.imr. In denpnlr we tnd
tnTlta I1U kberry Bltx k rtHKoaininstk't by a
rlen 1 a id a tew di.e effected a cvraplftc euro.
tccept our heartfelt tndorMsiuen of tout l.laca
vrry Ul.k. Mk. iM Mks. J. llAzuar.
The "'ynrtt. Hlick Kemedteare
The nitH4t thinff out. by fir
l.en.a-it. Cheap, ConTement, nre.
Han ly, Kellabje. llarmle. Qa IIim.
JTobot. n te-upoon or tlcky Nui Iut on la
stent packace. 1.5 IhiEH 2 Tent-. War
nt! t icirwor money refun-1et sk jourdruc
i't. 1 f j uu fall to f.et them send prtu o
fHESYNVITA CO., Dolphos, Ohio.
Mf i.rr-cive xnsM iii-.tpai.
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Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
No trlck-nlna- ivmlta an from the n- of
eiibeh-j. copailia or oil of aandUwgod vMtJi ara
certain to prodm dynprptriv
iTioa $1 it Vld by all drasivliito or mailed oa
receipt of prii-e. tor f nrthtr ata-. a aa.
parucniara aen t for clrcnlar. 1ir
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