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REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 12 1887.
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ONE MIUHT .-
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th.
Swetnam,Rlce A Facan'i
Win. PIMITF. - --ral Xuafrr
UKO.T.CLAl'IIAM, - llualuwMUH'r
Over Half 100 Performers.
Sweatnam. llsrney Van. Harry sriuttrone.
Banks Inter, billy Hire. 1 rank Cush
man, Charles ("osteite. Crawford
A Mcklssen. and
something new In Minstrelsy. The Apollo
Belvldcres. The Wedding Nells (irand
spectacular first part Liberty en
lightening the Vv orld.
Frlees. 75. SO and 5 eents Seats now on sale
at Harris's dear store.
Friday Evening, Oct. 14
Encasement of the popular Comedians.
Murray & Murphy
In their original slde-spllttlng absurdity,
OUR IRISH VISITORS
hup ported by a company of unuu.l
eel I en re. under the management of Mr.
J M. HILL. Handsomely uniformed
Hand and Orchestra.
New Features. New Laughs.
iPopular prices Seats on sale at Fierce.
The Theatrical Frafesjaloa.
Merit will win and receive public rrcneltira ant
praise. Facts, which are the outcome of prneral ex
patience, crowing through years of critical and
practical tet, become as ruoted and lmxnoTable m
tberockoC Gibraltar In public opinion, and benco
forth . no further cuarautee as to thUr ffenu
tnenesa. The indisputable fact that Swifts specific
Is the bast Uood purifier In the world, li cne of Uk-m
tmmoTaUe Gibraltar nck facts of which we bare
apoken,anil every day s espv-rtence ntta Uuscou
Tlctioa deeper and deeper in i-ulUo oj4nJun. Every
class of our e.r.e In America aaJ in Europe,
every trade, odlint and j nteion. Including the
medical prulValjj, ..at Utrne roluniary testl
mony to the remMrkabie virtues of S. 8. S. and
Its Infallible efikacy in ru-ln. all difeae jf tb
tOond. These tetlmotdals are on file tr tae thou
aaads. and open W the Inspection of all. Sow come,
UissnUctted. two disUrunildieil nicml of tbe .heat
rtcal profssUo. who Kratef ully testify to the uimder
fnl curative qualities of the Specific in ttcir indi
vidual cases. Their testimonials are herewith tub
tntUel to the public without further comment let
them speak fnr themselves. The lady i a memter ot
theramous Thalia Theatre Companr.of New ork,
and f ormerlv nf theBe&ldenee Theatre. Berlin. Get--many,
and of Mr VKkersSi.vk Company, of Chicago.
The centlem-n Is a well known member f the ew
ork Thalia Theatre Company. IVxh are well known
la theatrical circles In this country and In i-urope.
Charlotte Randwa Teatlsneny.
New Voax. May 3, isa
Bwtft Sjeciac Company, Atlanta, Ca. :
UentleuenIUvlne been annoyed with pimples,
eruption and rouioewof the skin, from Iad oon
Ottton cf my blood, for mom than a year, 1 ued a
leadline iffepamtiou of sarsanarilla and other adrer
tlsed remedies to ntirffeet. Then 1 consulted a prom
Inent physician, and from hL treatment received
no benefit. 1 then cni luded to try the N. &. S. rem
edy for the blood, and five or six packages, by a
thorough eradication of my troutl; and restoring
aiuootbneM to ray skin, have made me happy, and
1 cheerfully give you .m testimonial fur such ust
and publicity as you wbb t make or it.
IZZ Bowiry, near Canal htreet.
Has IIaakrrta Tewtlsnany
Tha Swift SfsKinc Company, Atlanta, Ga. :
Gentlemen For two jearal had a severe ease of
ecaema. 1 used taroat,ituiphuriaiMt and various
tner remedies, and wms .reM.iiit lor by numbers
of physicians, but fouad norvlkf At last I deter
mined to try tfcM& 8. H. remedy, and seven or eight
bottles have thoroughly relieved me, and jou can
stsfl this certlncau? In any manner yni uh.
Member of TUaha Tticalra
ew Turk, JLy 3, ISb"
TntbK) on luuod and Sklu Dlneases mailed free.
Tea fiwirr Srtrinc Co,
Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ga.
Martyrs to Headache
Seek relief in rain, nntil they begin to
use Aj er's Sarsaparilla. Then they re
gret the years of sufferlnj; they miRht
hare escaped had they tried this remedy
earlier. The trouble was constitutional
cot local ; and, until A) er's barsapa
rllla did its efTectno ork as an
AlteratneanJ Itlood l'unfitr, they wero
compelled to sudor.
The wife of Sam'iel Taje, 21 Austin
St., Lowell, Mas , a, for a long time,
subject to seere Iitad Khes, the rtsult
of stomach and lhir ihsonUrs. A per
fect cure has been effected by Ayer's
Frank Roberts, 727 Washington st ,
Boston, sas that b form rly had ttr
rible hea4lahts, antl until lie took
Ayer's baraparilla. iioir found any
zuedicine that would ne
"Eerv Spring, for jears," writes
Lizzie ". DeVeau. 2iK Fifteenth St.,
BrooVIjn, N. Y., "I haie bad intoler
able luadaihes. I cominem l the ue
of Ayer's Sarsaparilli la.t -M irih, ami
Late not had a headache gime that
" I sufTerol from lieadarlie, indiges
tion, and ilebilit, and uu hardU ablo
todrai; iu nelf aliout the house, ' writes
Mrs. M. M. Len. of A st . Lnwill.
Mass. er s Sarsaiurillaba.sWftrketl
a marvelous ih ine 111 my tie. 1 uow
feel strong an 1 well as cvtr "
Jonas Garman, F-si . of lAkirs. Pa.,
writesr "For jears I laie hutrirtl
dreadfully, e er fcpnn;;, from lit adathe,
causeil by iiiipurit of the blood uinl
bilousness. It seamed for das and
weeks that mv held would split ohii
Nothing relieel nie till I tiA Acer's
Sarsaparilla This luidicmc h curt-J
me compleu ly
When Jlrs. Ocnvra Itelanper, of 21
Bridg St., Spriiiclit Id, Mass, Ikih to
nae Ayer's Sarsaparilla. she had suffered
for some years from a serious affection
of the kidney s. Eur; Spring, also, she
was afflicted with headache, loss of
appetite, and indigestion. A friend per
suaded her to uso Ayer's arsjarilla,
which benenteil her wonderfully. Her
health is now iwrfeit. Martyrs to head
ache should try
Frapand by Dr. J. C. A yn k Co, Jewell. U tu.
PtlM ft; mx boulta, 5. Worth $i a bottla.
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WILD TIGER LILY.
Tsia, in nr.-.,., ,-,.i.-. ..,.
royal blood. '
She doth rule, the one unnralovl CleoiuiVa of tlit
Somethiaic In Ivr rejral stature.
In n?r fleroB an J ftrf I nature,
rlnpio miu 1 a mviJ vlsiciiof tbt-l.i H of tin
How the h-Is mtorof b-r luvMnce, 1mi her rwJ-
dfti ItAfliiuj; Millie
UkntlrA the Klumhroin -spacer uf the iiuly for-
Ami a face- of Orient n.al, ollrr browl an.! m.J-
Looks from Hnwinp, 1'nnio Iiu.l tlrapenert In Its
dark, iuipfrial itMe,
While a fisun faiitj fnbnui. faultier In tta
nit.l 1 and mien.
Supple, ciuuouH, bfductire. as some tawny Junjlr
Thin, as though a pntherinjj tempest smote
athwart .loliin wire.
All athnll with ; n le and pa-Ion, sad as dtath,
a m,w iiquires
"Io wu wonder at m llotxian' IV j ou marrrl
Julia IViynton In lines and Interline.
THE DEATH OFBLUCI.EI..
After the events through which the map
of F.umpc was complitcly altered In 1815
the Prussian Fnld M irshnl Ulucher, the
savior of WilljngUm ut Waterloo, and
whom nolxxly liked because of his rude
ness and brutalitv, wns put on the retired
list. Disheartened bv his rtmovnl and
rediirtd to inaction and obsciintv, he left
Berlin and wtut to reside in his castle
sitmted in Pomerania Soon he fell into
a deep melancholy, rendered more Intense
by drojisv and iullamni'itlon of the chest.
A strange ch inge in his character took
place Thnt rough soldier became timid,
even poltroon He would not remain
alone in thed irkness; solitude threw hint
into singulir anguishes His state of
health was reported to tho king, who
esteemed and loved him a great deal. The
monarch having heird that nt several
limes the marshal had expressed the wish
Df seeing him once more before he died,
resolved to visit him
Leaving IUrlin iu tho morning, tho
king of Prussia arrived In Krieblowitr
earl in the evening Immediately he
was conducted to lyncher's room. The
sick min, aged 7-1 viars, was reclining on
n sofa pHced lufore a large chimney, iu
which enormous lo,p. of wood were burn
ing. Their flames illuminated the room
and cast mobile and red reflections on the
fiaturesor tho old man WTnpied up In
bearskin At the entrance of his sover
eign in his apirtment. lilucher tried to
rise out of respect for his august visitor,
who prevented him from doing so. The
king took a chair and sat by the side of
Hlucher ordered to bo left alone with
his master. When every one had left the
room lie siul:
"Sire, I have humbly requested your
mijesty to come here, in this castle of
Kneblovntz, rather than not see vou I
would have pine to Berlin mvself, al
though I am dj ing I hav e a secret to
contide to jour majesty, a terrible one.
Will my king allow me to speak'"
"Certalnlj, uij dear marshal "
"Ik fore listening to my narritive, s're,
look at me well Assure jourself that I
am in the full iwsstssion of mysenes and
that I am not u lunatic Sometimes I be
lieve to lie on the verge of insanity; and I
doubt If I am not taking yesterday's
visions for a remembnnce of davs gone
bj But no'" added he, drawing a gold
bracelet from his pockit, "no, all is true,
all is real, and I am sure of w hat I am
"Listen to me, your majesty:
"When, in 17o6, the Seven Years' War
began, my f.ithtr, who inhabited his cas
tie of Gross Kenzon , sent nie to the manor
of our relatives, situated in Iiugen Island
After a while the Russian government
offered me the grade of cornet in the Black
Hussars regiment. I accepted of a fur
lough to afford me the opportunity of pay
ing a v iit to my family, that I had not
seen for ninths. A leave of absence was
granted to me.
"On my-way to Gross Renzow I found
all that p irt of the Mecklenburg horribly
devastated Arriving alsrat four miles
from bone I liecame aw are that my car
nage could uot ascend the new steepy
road conducting to the house of my an
cestors. I abandoned it, and pursued my
journey ou horseback, followed by one of
"It was fifty nice years ago this rery
day, the 12th of August, and at the hour
indicated now by this antique clock half
past eleven A dreadful tempest shook
the trees, the Hashes of lightning blinded
me and the repoiU of thunder deafened
m; the rain was pouring After gallop
ing quite a while in the forest 1 arrived
licfore the castle alone; m strv ant had
lost his way through the inclemency of
"Without dismounting I knocked at the
door with my whip. Xobody answered
my call that I repeated three tiims with
out liemg answered Out of patience, I
alighted from my horse, ascended the
stoop and emered the castle. Xolight,
no noise anywhere I avow that my
heart went to my throat and a chill crept
through my body.
"What foolishness! thonght I; the
castle is deserted, my family lias gone to
the city. No matter, as I am here, I
must arrange myself as well as possible.
"And I crossed a hall nud went to my
father's room A fire half extinguished
was smoking in the chimney; bj its faint
light I saw my father, my mother and my
four sisters, seated uround the fireplace;
they rose w hen they perceiv ed me, I ran
to kiss my father, he stopped me with a
gesture, I extended my arms to my
mother, she fell back with a sad motion of
the head I tailed my sisters, each sep
arately, they took each other bj the hand
without answering mo Then the whole
of thera returned to their seats.
" 'Do not you ki ovv me nny more' ex
claimed I. 'Is it like this a family ought
to receive a Fon and a brother' Have
you already heard of my entrance in the
Russian service' I could not refuse Re
member that the first thing I do is to
come nnd inform ou of mj action What'
inyifatber, you do not speak' My mother,
vou keep silent Hnve jou forgotten, mj
sisters, our mutual tenderness and the
plav s of our childhood those plavs that
this place has witnessed so often?
"At Uio-e last words my sisters ap
penrid to lie moved Thev spoke low,
rose and signaled me to upproai h One
of them kntlt liefore my mother as if she
wanted to plav a gime in which the play
ers strike t.ich other. Surprised u ith this
strange fincj in a moment so solemn. I
toiuhisl the hnnd of my sister with the
end of iiy whip. A mysterious force at
"Whin my time came to kneel before
mj mother and to put my head on her lap
oh, horror! I felt a form angular and
cold under her silk dress. I heard a
sliarp noise like the rattling of bones, and
tUer. a hand met mine; tint hnnd rested
Is It. It was a skeleton's hand I ut
tered a cry of terror. Thev were human
remains th it I shook convulivily
"Out of myself, and with a disturbed
mind, I ran away from this awful castle;
in the Mini I found my horc, I mounted
and departed at a furious pace At the
break of the day my steea .ei oeao , , ,
my servant lounu ". "-"77 ' " 7
under the uuimal I was at the .i nt , t
death ormerttoweeU Jl 1 re-
covered mj hi 1 th luimd that in
familvhid perished, victims of this p 1 1
less beven ,' War nd rtl"t ""J
manor had been pillaged and ransacked
"I returned tot ros, I v. 1 ww c.
to p.) tlH- last dues to my familj an 1 to
& d"C..b","?L L"",1 'r1,, i-
Hvirlv. Notwitl standing the most mi
nute "researches I was unable to find their
sacred rem tin Alone, a hand, .1 wo
man's hand holding a gold bracelet, w as
picked up on the Ihwr in ray father's room,
the name room where tl fatal vision ap
peared to me I took that bracelet, this
very one. and the hand was buried in the
chapel of the cas'tle.
Manv Tears ivwsed. Two months ao
I was asleep on tha sofa when I was)
awakened by a slight xioLm?. I opened my
eves, and saw distinctly my father, my
mnthtr and mv four sisters stnuding le-
fore me; my sisters took each other by
the hand and rootloneo: me 10 join
' No, no! ucteiT criea i.
"Then the ghosts, clasping their hands,
began to turn slowly around me.
'Justice aal.1 row father naming na-
'"Penance, mnrmmeil my mother, in-
clinlnR her sad face towards me
I "'Prayer,' said the younger sister
" tfworOt eighod another.
'Twelfth of August. said the third.
"And the lRit one repeated.
"Twelfth of Aupist at nlidn!ght.,
i "Ami again they turned around me,
' uttering the same words, thtn they van
J i-.htMl rceatiii
" TrUKlb ' (.ooIbyl Tlio 12th of
August at midnight'
I comprehended thnt my lifo was to to
accomplLslied wwn, and nothing more wns
to lx done hy me but to retommtnd ni
soul to God and tn family to jour
"M dear marshal replied the king,
"what jou hae related to me is certalnlj
ery txtraonlinarj Perhaps fecr and
tlclirltim have something tu ilo with Uiomj
isiona Courage, take courage, fight
rtgaiut thoM. hullucmations ami hae
gond luie You shall reicaiu jour health
and jou will lie mam long jtars Do
jou not 1m lie e me' Yt., is itnot Gio
tuu jour hand
And as Illuchcr did not answer, the
king of l'ruMA m.ized his hand
It was alrtadj cold and rigidl
Midnight struck by the antique clock In
Fit Id Marshal Blncher, the savior of
Wellington at Waterloo, was dead
Translated for New York Graphic from
the French bj Guard Wl, New York Ele
Cleveland's (UlUntrj to Ills Wife.
A CTiic.ro lady, recently returned from
Waslilncton, told me bust iilcbt: "l'ionle
ha e nskel me if I met the president nml
his wife and if they acted like other newly
married folks. At the White House you
would never know but what they had
leen married twenty jears But I will
tell j ou something I occupied a room
in the Mcinit of the mansion and it
overlooked the conse.'ratorj. From a
orner in my room an 1 with the aid of a
lorgnette I could see a Kod deal which
the visitor couldn't see I never conld re
sist the temptation to level my classes nt
the president and Mrs. Cleveland when
thej used to steal oi t among the roses, as
thev supposed, unobserved I think, ns a
woman who has had love made to her in
the most approved style, that I can saj
the president is n charming lover. Ho
was so pillant to her and Jet so tender
I used to w atch him pluck a flower and
hold it against her fair face as if by com
parisor. Wasn't that nice' And then he
would give her the gentlest, tenderest
Uiuih under the short ribs and she would
look up to him so confidingly you know
how a woman can do that with the man
w horn she honors I am a Hepublicau,
but I tell ou it used to pull my faith to
wntch that Democratic president and his
ife tanking love. I know it was mean
of me to do it If a man should do that
he would lie mean, but I couldn't blame
him if he did I confers to you that is
one reison vv hy I gave up that room."
Coaling In N(aukl Harbor.
An English officer, who watched the
coaling of a steamer in Xagasaki harbor,
Ravs that the coal junks are cleaner than
Kuglish yachts, and that the prosiic iper
at ion was made poetical by the style in
which the Japanese ierfonned it.
"Queer, undersized mannikins briskly
fill rows of baskets, each about as big as
a small flower basket, and holding a small
shovelful. These are snatched up by old
hags, and passed along a double row of
bright young girls, who hand them rapidly
up the gangway ladder, and empty their
tiny contents into the ship's bunkers.
"Liliputian urchins collect the empty
baskets, and redistribute them through
out the junks.
"A more lively scene, coupled with en
ergetic work, it would be difficult to im
agine The entire operatiou is accom
panied w Ith never ceasing merriment unci
cracking of childish jokes.
"A piece of coal is too big for the bas
kets it is tossed up bodily amidst screams
of laughter. A girl topples over into the
sea. She swims like 11 cork on the surface
of the warm, clear, blue, water, and is
dragged out, a dripping little Venus."
Value of the TVblt Topaz.
The white topaz found near Pike's Peak
is almost equal in value to the diamond
Not many people know this; but I found
a topaz on the lianks of the Platte riv er
this summer and sent it to a lapidary in
New York to hav e it cut It w eighed 823
carats, and the lapidary sent back word
that he would give nie $S00 for it I re
fused the off ur, and inv estimation disclosed
the fact that if I had sold the stone it
would hav n found its way into some of
the large jewelry stores of the metropolis,
w here, cut into innumerable small stones,
It vvotild have been offered for sale as
genuine diamonds. Clcrr white topaz is
w ortli f 9 a carat. A three or four carat,
w ell cut stone will cost you (30 or $40
The white topaz has the brilliancy and
hardness of the diamond, nnd differs
from it only in being somewhat trans
parent. Its anglo of refraction differs
only slightly- from that of the diiiuond.
It is rare, too Globe-Democrat.
Old Time Ovular Stews.
"There are some marked changes in the
oyster business," remarked an old gentle
man to a reporter. "Twenty -five years
ago there was in vogue in the oyster
saloons what was called the 'individual
rhafe You were allow ed to stew your
own oysters. The proprietors brought to
the table after you were seated a chafing
dish, au alcohol lamp, milk, oysters,
crackers, seasoning, etc., and you pre
pared the stew to suit yourself. It inaj
not hav e been exceedingly profitable, but
it was popular. Night after night a
party of us would have our regular stew,
the pnvilege to make them ourselves
being quite an inducement. W- would
have our oysters promptly, four chafing
dishes a going at once. It would take
well to introduce this method again."
A "Fortune" That "Cim True."
Some years ago Christine Nilsson,
irliose recent marriage you remember, had
the lines of her baud examined by a
palmist, who told her she would have
trouble from two causes, fire and maniacs.
This prediction was verified, for during
the Chicago lire she lost $20,000, and
vvhtn Boston was burned she lost $300,
0(0 When at New York a crazy man
followed her for a week, believing that
the words addressed by Marguerite to
Faust were intended for himself. In
Chicago a poor student decided to marry
liir, and wrote passionato letters, to w hich
he received no answer. One day he cam
in a superb sleigh, drawn hy four horses,
to take his affianced bnde to the church.
The manager quieted him by saying:
"You are late; Mine. Nilsson has gone
there to wait for J ou." The third insane
pernor was her husband, M. Rouzeaud,
who died in an asj lum. Musical Record.
Truth on Beard Ship
Truth is the foundation of honor, and
this is strikingly illustrated on the world
of waters Kvery duty on board of a ship
rtoTmii truthfully. The most
ea ,Jt ,f aJoft
in a dark and stormy night to inspect the
aMon of gai, or ' , wouW not dare
Qn forecast,e nnd haiIed
he would implicitly believe the answer r
fM, of truth.
fulness We alwavs have manv millions
afloatyet who ever hears of
away wlth thur ships or
, omoi-zzling their cargoes, Look up
don n the lists of bankrupts ashore, and
how rarely or Ticver do we see the names
of master marines Boston Bulletin.
Henry Labouchcre calls the list of killed
and wounded 111 the recent Bunnoh cam-
. PKn "the """. bill "
j LOW dead and g.oOU wounded.
tho butcher's bill." There are
MrAoa tluUaie fretful. TeTisii.
vvv'1 cross, or troubled with
Windy Colle, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, 'an be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine.
hence is safe. Price 25 cents. Pold by
Fr4nk u CoWenU, corner Market and
I Hleh streets.
SCRATCHED 28 YflflS.
ci i.i ..it i - Tk
Scalj, IlchlnK Skin IfUmdf, with
Eadlrag Snflerlrg, Cured bj
It I hid known ot the (.tnriu Rlmepiih
twenty elj:luyr&rft ucu It would havt saved
me 5 J I' (10 hundred dnlliro ttidan Immense
urn ou nt ot ButTer.nt Mt d I tease lS.rUsls
commenced on niy had In a ppot not lancer
than. 1 rent It spread rapidly all mer my
body and got under my ntils The sciles
would drojulTaf meall the time, and my suf
fertnicw is endless and without relief One
thousand dollars would not tempt me to have
this dtseas orer wtfitn 1 am ,. poorinnn, hul
feel rich to tie relieved of vh.t (tome of the
doctors said wns letros, some rime worm,
psorUsK etc I took and "-arrUpa j
rill is over one yeir tu t s. h ilf, hut no cure 1
cannot praise the Ct th i ha Klvikihis too
much They have n ade m sklu is cleir and
fne I rem MCtles as a patys AU I used of
them was three times of itici , and three
bottles of cl Tin k a Hroikst. and two ciR.es
oft'iTirra Nur. If jou hud been here and
3ild)ou would hnve tured me for J30. you
would hive had th money 1 loked like the
picture Iu your hook of INorlasIs (ptcturn
number two, "How to Cure sln IMieasej"),
hut now I am as cleir as any pen on ever was
Ihroiwh force of habit I rub my hand! over
mv irnis and leits to scratch once In a while,
but to no purpose I am alt well I scratched
twenty elcht years and It sat tube a Rind of
second u tture to me I thank you a thousand
times nithlui;nor that you want to know,
wr feme, or anyone who reads this may write
to me and 1 will answer It
W ITKIOU RT, T . Jan JO, HsT
Psoriasis. Kczems. Tetter. Ringworm.
Mchen, l'riirltui. ealI Held. Milk Crust.
Iiindrutf, Ilarbers', Hikers', tlrocers and
Waslierwnman's itch, and every species of
iicmiu:. iiurnini;. pciit. rinipiy numors oi
tln-Mclninil -si-aln ml lll.ind. with Loss of
Hair, are positively cured by Vinci m. the
creat kln Cure aui Cituiha Nur.an exqui
site skin IleiutlrlerevteruillT. audCiTicisi
Hisolv ist. thenew Itlond l'urlflerliiternslly,
when phvslci ms aud all other remedies fall
Soldeverywhere. PrUe Citiciri.VIc, shiap.
2.'c, KK-fii,vrsT, SI l'repart d hy the Pottbk
Dhio im Chkhical Co . llostou
i-enlt for "How to Cure sfcln Iliseises."
t4 paes. M) lllustr itious and Iu) Illustrations
DTM I'hF. lllaekheifls. ehapoed ind oily
1. 1HL skin pi
Irveiited hyCincis VIkoicatkd
To be freed from the darners of sulTwitlon
while Iflns down, to brevthe freely, sleep
smndlyand undisturbed, to rise refreshed,
hevd clear, hratn active and free from piln or
ache, to know that no poisonous, putrid mat
ter defiles the bresth and rots away the dell
cite machinery of small taste ind hearlnx; to
feel tint the system does not, through Its
veins and arteries, suck up the poison that Is
sure to nndermlns and dtstroy. Is Indeed a
blessing Devon t ill other human enjoyments
To purchase Immunity from such a f ite should
be the object of ill afflicted. Hut those who
hive tried miny remdles and Physlclins
despair of relief or cure.
SroRD's lUhiCAi.t'iitii meets every phase
of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the
most loathsome and destruitlte stages It is
local and constitutional. Instant In reliev
ing, permanrnt in curing, site, economical
and never failing.
mn noto'i HaoicilCire consists of ouobot
tleof theKiniciL Cisa.one box otCATiHBH-
AL so.VKT and One IuPXOlBP IsHALkE. Ill
wnpped In one package, wltn treatise and
directions, and sold hy nil druggists for 1100.
Potter Drug and Chemical Co , lloston.
NO RHEUMATIZ ABOUT ME.
I? 0?'K JHNl'TE
t 4 i The Cutlrura Anli-ralii Tins-
Kf trr relieves Rheumatic, Setitlc.
r jf Miiden iharpudervous Pains.
.tPf Mnilns ud W eaknesses The
g rirst and only pain killing plaster.
r New.ortglnsl, Instantaneous, In
filliule, sare A in irvelous ntldote to Piln.
I ml oimtloii and V eakness I tlerly unlike
and va'tly superior to all other plisters At
all druggists. 2:. five for SI: or postage free.
of Potter Drux and Chemical Co., Boston
Send llnifu to UumIa.
Hav ins ocdsion to make a remittance
to n friend in (if.rmnny while I was iu
Moscow, I was iiImiui to Inclose a 10 note
in my letter, when I w,u cautioned not to
do so, as there is a law forbidding the trans
portation of any nifuie) into or out of the
kingdom through the malls, and post
office offlci lis have authority to open let
ters which they suspect and seize an
niouox thev may find therein, one third
BoirlU to the Korernment nnd two thirds
to tho official. All lemittinces. therefore,
to insure saftty, must be made by means
of Kinkers' drifts I presume this Is to
enable the rov eminent to keep track of
funds received or expended for plots or
conspiracn s, Imt that such regulation
exists it is fort'nate for tho tourist to
know, lest 1 e unwittingly contribute to
the funds of some government official in
the jKMtofflce depirtmcnt The only way
to in t foreign ncwspipers In Russia is to
subscribe for thera at a Russian postofllce,
where th-y will bo evimineil on arrival
and the objectionable passages blacked
out of them Hoston Commercial Dul
letin. Dillon advises tenants not to pay rent un
til the) learn the extent or the reduction
landlords will make, adding that if It is not
sufficient "a movement will arise the like
of which Ireland has never ecu."
CoavX V- SS-iS
thousands suffering from Asthiaa, Con
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you eTer try
Acker's English Remedy? It is the beet
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, COc
Frank II. Coblcntz, corner Market and
ChatnberlKin received an ovation In Bel
fast. He nduK-ited Irish home rule in a
modified form that weuld leave Ulster In
dependent and the Imperial parliament su
preme. SHILOU'S COUCH and Consumption
Cure Is sold by F. A. (Jsrwood on a guar
aatee. It cures Consumption.
Carrett Is to resign the presidency of tho
11. A O. railway.
Koran on piles."
Why tnfftr Piles 1 Immediate relief and cora
ulete cure guaranteed. Ask for "Rough on
files " Surecurcforitchlng,prutrndlnt,bleei
Inc.orany formof Piles. 50c AtDrugKisUor
mailed. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, . J.
Wells' "Health Renewer" restores health and
vlror, cures DTspepsia, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For WeskMeu,Dellcate Women. (1.
vrvrr v n lm HATilAM.
If tt. n-stores toorlinnal color. An elegant
drestlnir. softens and beautifies. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops hair com
Ing out; strengthens, cleanses, he&lascalp. 50c.
The Transvaal states. In South Africa,
have united as a republic.
"For) ears I sutlered from loss of appe
tite and indigestion, but failed to hnd relief
until I began takini; A)cr's Ssrsaparllla.
Thls medicine entirely cured me. My ap
tietite and digestion are now iierfecL"
Fred. (J. lluwer, 4'JS Seventh stteel, south
Charles King, a Cleveland. O , hackinan.
vvho en.aged to drive a voung emigrant
girl from the depot to her uncle's house,
but drove to the country and outraged her.
was, upon his confession, sentenced to the
penitentiary fortwent) )ears.
X! c vvxv Of tuo 5 things of this
Vw.fc,t life are sorrowfully let
alone on account or Dyspepsia. Ackers
Dyspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at SS and CO cents, by
Frank II. CoblenU, corner Market and
A wreck ne-ir Kout-'s, Ind. caused by
the collision of a freight and passemrer
train, causeil a terrible loss or life, about
thirty persons being crushed or burned to
"HACKMETAC'a lasting and fraerant
perfume. Price ' and ouceuls. for sai.
by F. A. Garwood.
Civil Service Commissioner Oberl) has
lssuetl an order that no active politician of
either part) is elieible to meinbership on the
local boards of examiners.
VV.lrs.V.V - Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Kheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. Wo guarantee it
I Frank 11. UODientz, corner aiarei aim
Causes Its Ttctlms to bo miserable, hopeless,
confused, and ileprcsseil lo mlnJ, very Irrlta.
t nblchdoesnotgetnrllot Itself. It requires
' careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to
throw off the causes and tone up tha diges-
tire organs till they erform their duties
willingly. Hood's isaruparilla has proven
Just tho rcqulrid remeily In hundreds of cases.
" I hats taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for dys
pepsia, from which I hare suffered two years.
1 tried many other medicines, but none proved
so satisfactory as Hood's Sarsaparllla."
Tiiomvs Cook, Brush hlcctric Light Co.,
Kew York City.
Tor the put two years I have been
affliited with icvero biadaches and dyspei
la. I was Induced to try Hood s Sarsapa
rilla, and havo found treat relUf. I cheer
fully recommend it to all." ilus. K. F.
A.SS.AULE, hew Haven, Conn,
Mrs. Mary c. Smith, Carahndseport, Mass .
was asiZirer from dyspepsia and tick bead
aclo. She took Hood's barsaparllla aud
found It tho best remedy she ever used.
Bold by all dnisKlJts. 11 ; six for fS. Made
only by a I. HOOD & CO., Uiwell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
To millions, pleasimt their palates, and
cleansing their systems, arouslne their
Livers, Kidneys, Stomachs and How els to a
I ' ""'")
aetlvit). such is the mission of
i the famous California Iniuld fruit reined)
Sump of ligs. 50c. and
31 bottles for sale
at Casper's drugstore.
Women were allowed to vote at the vil
ltge election at Alfred Center, . Y. Ten
of them voted.
I.lve Them a Umiirel
That Is to sa), )our Iuors Alsti all )our
breathing machinery. Very wonderful ma
chlner) It Is. Not onl) thelargtr alr-pas'-ages.
but the thousands of little tubes and
cavities leading from them.
"When these are clogged antl choked with
matter which ought not to be there. ) our
lungs cannot half do their work. Anil
what they do, they cannot do wi 11.
Call It cold, cough, croup, pntuinnnia,
catarrh, consumption, orauy of thefainil)
of throat and nose and head and lung ob
structions, all are bad. All ought to lie got
rid of. There is just one sure wiy to get
rid of them. That Is to take Hoschee's
(Jertuan Syrup, which any druggist will sell
)ou at 71 cents a bottle. Even If even
thing else has failed )ou, -jou ma) depend
upon this for certain. --"
When )ou vvint Rood coal go to Wheldf n
1 Merrill, (Irand opera house.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing S)rup, forchll-
dren teething. Is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians In
the United states and has be used Tm
)ers with never-failing success hrtultHena
of muthers for their children! 'Turing the
process of teething its value Is InCsieuasbte.
It relieves the child from pain, eitres dysen
tery and diarrhtea. griping la th bowWa
and wind colic Hy giving health to tbo
child it rests the mother. Prke ilea bottle.
Mothers, overworked Men ami for all dis
eases where the tissues are wasting aw a)
from the inability to digest fowl, or from
overwork should take Scott's Emulsion of
of Pure Coil Liver Oil with IIypophnphites.
"I used the Emulsion on a lady who was
delicate. It put her in such good health i
ami tlesh, that I must say It is the best
Emulsion." I- 1. Wakuku M. I).,
Hugh's Mills, S. C.
I ii we not used all of one botlle yeL I
suffered from catarrh for twelve years, ex
periencing the nauseating dropping in tho
throat peculiar to thst dtease, and nose
bleed almost dally. I tried various reme
dies without benefit until last April, when
I saw Ely's Cream Balm advertised in the
lloston ltuttuet. I procured a bottle, and
since the first day's use have had no more
bleeding the soreness Is entlnl) sone.
1). (1. Davidson, with the lloston Uutl.tt.
formerly with the Uoston Journal.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid.
Use it in every 'Ick reom. Will keep tho
atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing
all bad odors from an) source.
Will destroy all disease germs, infection
from all fevere and all contagious diseases.
The eminent physician, J Marion Sims.
M. 1). New Yerk, sys: "I am convinced
that Prof. I)srb)'s Proph)ltctic Fluid Is a
most valuable disinfectant"
Pawnloc Her Key's Clashes fer Medieine.
A ioor woman In Wales, whose boy hail
been very HI for several years, had expend
ed all of her means to pay for medicine.
At last the doctors gave him up and said
he must die. Re suffered so terribly with
Rheumatism that he could not be moved.
One day same one teld her about the
Mount Lebanon Sinkers. The evidence f
the curative power of their Extract of
Roots was so convincing thst he pawned
the poor boy's clothing to buy a bottle of
the remedy (Sleg el's Syrup), but now she
feels proud thst she did s. for It was the
means of curing her "in. The Shakers say
this was the result of Indication and that
the mfd'eine cured the Dyspepsia, and that
the rheumatism was only a $iptom of the
real disease. For coughs the shaker Tar
Capsules are strongly recommended.
!. I lll'
fiatcbelor'. Ctlebrated Hair Dye.
B.ll la 11. .or t
n-w e I n.lbl I
MMIUM rOUlt Odlt.p
nuf.u.uc n- rulsruk-s
tlnla , ,nl m tb. 'II rf
IVcla oTbI dyM. Inni
th.hr w)5.n I Umailf
lll.ck or llropn Ke
pl.tutlory difn1... S
tiuarp. tl I- .lt ra.w
uonlrur IhU fpr s14
llty i)ru ..
IfBmt Wig Factory
The Orlsjinal and Only Oenalsie.
ht.n- LAplBS. Ak lr BwzU -r
t kkkeiari'a CU-i -l - Es
fM.- M w fcr trn n i - f wSmrw faau.
NAME PAPER. C-Ik.elii CkwkfJ C.
eM r Drr1 .tm.krij.l- ST-bke
ear. tw-i- re-wmel M-e. TM.---.
H k I -ES-Sr.P-E5-RTWWJEexewawjai
Mv21 Dace Mairnetio Journal.
thelanfest Iu the world, will bo
mailed free to anv address, or
can be obtained by calling at
my office. Journal contains
hundreds of letters from pa
tients that I have cured, (send
me nun, find nddn'ss on rjostal
art .r for rr-sd. tbu .r. Uk t-1 -111 -l U-m
frL I nt .. .. .11 dlw Cna.luUMt fr.
owwtBm. sit w. ronnTH st.. cm cunraxi. a
siss- A .ct-inff Tnutiifn
niro wcaj, nervua uvlhu
tried in vain Ty known rernxdr. ha. di-xrreted a
ear - - - -...--- .- .. - . ..-.
euupie veiisnire, wmca wiu uu .. m, mv
a J. el---UI-EfeBfXSXe.TfstaN
fs,l r-i bi--i-wi --. nijf if M
lVA svsUf uotjfL Ch-unplLiift jPtP
m 4ar-w.xf.ar, t4 -ft - jf V
I. II a. VV. Hy.
The last of a series of excursions adver-1
tl'ed b) the popular I II A. V. route, will
leave biriiiitneld on OctolMr 10 and mom- (
lug of the lltli, f r almost all parts In Kan
sas, Texas, Nebraska, northern Iowa, Jlin
iifsoW, Dikota and Wvmiiing. Thlsill
pfisitively he the list tippurtumty during
1SS7 to visit the western states at the low
rate fit one fare for the round trip Take
advantage of 1 his exci lien t opportunity and
go via the I. II. .V V., the shortest, quick-(
est and best route, the onlv line running
ilmrears from bprmirheld, with positively
less changes if eirs than via anv other
route. Call at the I. It A W. office in this
city for pattiiuliis. JJip
1 II. X vv .
On Tuesili). October lltli, the I. H A
W. railroad will tun a grand excursion to
(iirdeii fit), Kinvts. at a rate of tme fare
i for the round trip. 'I lit p lit) will bo un
fit r the t an ful suirvision of Mr J. M.
' Jones, of sjoutli CtMrleston, iiol Mr. J. C.
I Wolfe, of Garden City, m whom all eom
J liiunif atiotis legiiilmg tlie t.ip should lx
addrtssed, eire Liitopila house, htiriiii-
Ileld, Ohio. SKp .
Tlie llal.j I." VII st..iptd I p."
"We took it out ruling in its carriage ami
it wtnt to sleep It caught cold while ve
wtrecarrving it from the carmge biikinto
the hoitie." The Hoimvn Aiuistaiui
li viiv C l!iu viik can be tletaihetl frtim the
wkeels and rarntsl lutti the house without
disturbing the bah). Ste advertisement
and send for a catalogue, 'll'i Wabashave
nue, Chicago. III.
A C m.i. To all w ho are sutlerinc from
ernirs and indiscretions of )outh, nervous
weakness, earl) ileea), loss of manhood,
etc., I will send a receipt that will pure you.
free of charge. This great reuifd) was
discovered b) a misslonar) in South Amer
Iwt. Send self-atldressetl enveltipo tf Kev.
JfisephT. Iiiinan, Station I). Sew York
Fits AH fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Great . ic Restorer. Xf lits after first I
da)'suse. Marvelous cures. Tnatipand
SJ trial bott lee to lit caes. Semi to
Dr. Kline, UK A -eh street, Philadelphia,
This Furnace has no equal for simplici
ty, durability and economy. Is constructed
of heary steel pUM. Is a base heater
easily controlled, and Is exempt from the
possibility of gas-leaking joints.
Ample Kefrn'iire Uivrii.
SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO.
Th Oil-Hr-t.fUii F.oaie of -kit kUd
la it-c euj.
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE'
No.llbJfW Msle.f S Corner iactory.
B",NITfs ILT. '
ItA.TH:4:-t St 10 per day; and
4..VO. 93 and SS aer week.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
SarMurph j A liro.'s Store -M ,
r-mslattftntlon gives o tn
TT. A. GROSS A CO.,
M West Msla Street. Old tirlscoll Ilulldlnc,
-prlngaeld. O oace own day and nlitht.
W A CROSS. x .UR0s3.
ResMeuce over Office. Ills. Factory
Dr. Levitt E. Custer,
Pret-rvatloa of nstursl teeth by latest ap
proved mekkods. Strictly Urst class work
a ai.Nft. vvtvai-'..s'vw
mi u rri. for mr minfe l.)x ot VI te ibrold-
erySUk.wouldcot$llmklns. VV holu-Le r-kS
Lmi K-nt only whcE appUcstlon lascvo-ip-l-ed by
titihuv c r .
YOUNrt PEOPLE OF FtTIinK E nFMR
f( PRHPtlVTORY. fOLLH.lsThor.
rrDKHUHL' VL (NOBMVLl. EII OsTlON
TIKT Id CELLE.NT IS QlMLin NI
LOW IN PRICI. VTILMJO WBLL 10 St.M)
FOR A C VTALOOL'B TO
Prell.ut Super, Athens, O-lo.
Iruano Ptrsonj Rntorod
.KLINE S GREAT
llsTTALLlktLM tf tk-) at) d rrted. JV ftftmOr
Fit p-ioa, Ih-1? prir eprtnehar .:-- phea
rim9 i mr Trim ai ftvc i -wtt'c irrc .
4f3ictrttoD KLINboit ArrhSt filaJrlnMa Pa.
't?-U OS-is fsncs- r sva
a'-d epres a Ur ot
tMuu. BLHAth "OF JAtITATJG F
BEST IN THE
luttly aaTe. JC;d in all
iae fa UrfftariaisJIpsms-
C.IUrv. H.atl.. el laml
I : r
Bern, -r.4 r.r lllH.tr.fr. Calal-EWe.
saarlla a Ire A -pi
-li -iwu. nvaianis- naiuissi
r! are m-Je with patent double actios rods and
1 ii airki (uMlne knee rest. LiE-I.
:v........ ..., ..-.t,m
Mrfeec e BBsSV
5""' T r . K.f7-. i ' chaeer. The BOL-IAN CARRIAGES a-e XTte- ror two year.. vrj pmr. . o-..-,ij ir
Utl lathe bt Baaand ?"' ! fr, o,lc.o .tar jerchlat. Sent ta.all parte of th. Unite-Statea and aafa
tone, autrasa all others in
Unlih and aprearance. If
nearett Mn.lo dealer does
not keep thrra, wnte to us
for Illustrated Catalogue.
HIALV, Chlcaujo, IIL
PRl'TnaTAL TTAFICC-1 are)
successful) ti-fdmontWy by over 10 000
r fcluir.nnifuj,.'tt,iM'K.4 "w
J 1 prrbox b mail or at drupe-. Snxletl
Jtariic!trs . st afra at-mpa. Addre-9
TSB LCTi curjif at. t:n i)rC-T, rcn
ror Sale br Frank R. Cobleulx and Af.
ftakbao i Co.
wr BoyALrtsat 2s
This iHi.tdr'r never varies A marvel of pu
rity, strength Dtl wholes imecess Moreeo
tiomieal thau th. nrlluarv kind, and cinnot
he sold In competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
powders si,i only In cans Kri lluiw
row ur ii Co .Vn Wall street. New ork
ealess; ggsir warax.
Br. C. McIWi
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Be-BB-B-u-Se-fl ni the outside
wrapper from a box of the genuine Dr.
C. McLVXES Celebrated Liver'
I'ILLs, with your address, plainly writ
ten, and we will fend you, by return
mail,a magnificent packageof Chromatic
and Oleograp-ic CaruU.a-a--as----Bl
Ourss s4 Hemovws
BtM Stlnss. Mos
a ad otctt tb-m of -k ia
l ble . paetttvebr en red
1 en tko nunt ( 'lid -9 akla
f wit-out IemTls a Bear, by
rrico -Set... SOc-k and SL,
At d r-z i or br TnsfT,
1 v-T- Co . Haw x t to . Coca.
tie lf.e Pill, for rick he iee.tlvTOK-
Mtf"'"" ifw.nilriinir'lii'lm iinnnrnnil 39c.
for .! bjr Mil suringnlit llruaa t
To rts?n ami women of ro
trgy and aMlitr. tkloa
rwl trD will Irt ftrn.
ThfWaslierwjrfes on anew
kD 1 clcctnceior,xrj-.
wekEr trial on Hber.O term, to be rt
tvrred at my tipene If not satl-tftctory
Jnr. iic t-trit mtilnj it a peaomlnaI irr mj
-re-TwThrt. Illiirm:rdrlrcxi2ran 1 tenDfrej.
J.HOSTMSGU.'i n.ti7iarr.ruiAvE S.L9ra,RfX
Cv4rrflfiTfrrvl i 9' O Is rtt-trwmwl
flEDAL, PAUI3, 1STV
I rcim, I ' 1 1 "l the t ictsu ol
Oil I . U rn- s lti(Vrr
llsivjtif irtia: t C "I"- niiiar i
-lb Gt. rc Vrr nrtsjl or"a?r
and 1. then-; -3 ir more rconomL
lO'tmy l,s m ore rent a
cxp It I ilt-'lrlou., noun.-uip.
tj I I sjll J'rtKijlWn'n., e-slly dlcetcd, and
bj I II (( I pimirjl.lJitl-J tjr 'ov-IId. M
!? II 1 1 it1 U-i will -u for s rs In hr-llh.
viP' Sold ty brorer. .T.rywher-,
f . BAIER f CO., DorcetBr, lass.
yuk .! wrr- ip.""1 frmnsiisn
wJ'jfe.Yrit-tftunt. m. . it ry and all IMs-
eesesc(jd ly wlf aLu or In-
Hl -r-tliin flnruu L Sl.alr SA.1
fBKvREl Bv m. I VV -i i for Pamphlet. AFT-tt
Eureka -hemlral Co.. Detroit. jHlc-U
Tall on rrraddres Thr-o Tronv. ussist
eorn-r .Vain and Msrkst r-.t.. "-v.-inkOeld
v 'm i
16 14 rA o
i?5 h '"T"1-8 nBi o9
i O ') EXACT CABCE IS OM 'jiA t
z Ki ErtOtvN in picture. A -i 3
F -eysxesw la a 5
OwM. aawmWssaOV ly-C
Ei atawaaVBwaaaf L'l?
I g P tSawaBsRawwaawa-li :ji
"all rr CHFy '$3o
V 'V9l9ssaB9wj'r fs"
f ",. i&A
5.jl'!i-s Warrsr, tl nl s,,lr ly r,tr ,
Mt. n n.i
DOLMAN ADJUSTABLE BABY GARMA6-
COSTS NO MORE TB- THE OLD STTLE. AHD CAN BB BUDOTJtJSTk
The UlaatraUone above are made from p.-,graphs The adjustable parte do not Chans th
-. . ..... .n K najst o- not t the nl.UIlM Of the DOr-
tnrinin m . ntTO .u-.
.u-.n. ,,r-nt.n. B.nd for a cauilofrue
I HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGMO., 275 Wabash Ave., Chicago, I
Manerlar t all
Flea-ant. to tba Tutm.
Hapertar t all
Frail Salts and -Haerml I
For moioKsTiov. tYiprirCTnnilrTfBifilr
fOHTUKM-sif. PKH KI.. IIKVT, TKTTEet.
MALT KIIEI'VI. -CIIIIVV.. And all de-M an-
trure adl 3 nluwd coaditksi I th. Stomach. L irer or Bowr-a.
KAiiiKuAD lliiJD bArfii.
Plttaburx, Cincinnati nml iSt Louis Rail
way fUompan) Fan llaiifllt? Itoute.
Under schedule in HU ct bepteiuber 25,
lisT, trains Itjave SprinlieM. central stand
ard time, for Aenia. Ciiieiiinati and Colum
bus. 7:i a. m . for lMjtnn fT 15 a. m
for Xenia and Iutiiiiadis tl0rJ0a-ui.,
lor Xenia, Cincinnati. Columbus. Indian-
I apolts antl Chicago, ", 10 p m.; for Xenia,
Dayton and Ciininnatl, t ".: p. m.
'1 rains arrive in springu, id atf':15and
lOrJO a. m , "; 00 p. in. a- 1 5 40 p. la.
Bally. tDaily. except Sunday.
I SAM Doiiim, lieket Agent.
I Clmlaad, Colombt-a, Ltuelnnatl &a4
I tntuaaapoll. Railway.
8 Nlzht Kinrets
li New om a boston Lxpreis-
1 Cleveland A En. em x Lrs
t New York MndledEip--3s -
oixts so m.
9 Night Iijrrest
V tfpg.Cln.i Wes.hx 6J6
1 Un Hjlax liucKfje . 7Aam
fc Claelnnsil A Inaiscso'ls Kxpress llauam
3 ClevelaaaClnelnnatlkxpras IJUpas
I 5 ClntU Ina-.&t. Louis A i.ea. Ci ! Ji pa
JIRtllVR FROM KIST.
9 XUht Express JBam
I tlu llflug Puckrve . 75ani
I J Clevelan A Cloclnnat. hxpiess lJopm
.New lorn, llostou a. Cli-riiiiijiti kx 45pm
iltltl rsoM SOCTB.
NUtbt Ixpress lJSsai
11 New kork A Hostrn Llnil.e2
I Cleveland Eastern rxpirss
X Clnelnnatl A Sprtngneli Aceom
tl New ork Limited i.ipre NtSpm
na. 11 has tsrouza "letiyrj to :.ew lori ua
Boston without ehange.
No.41s tne liaious limited express, eoa
MMfi entirely t,f sieeoers eist of Clevrlsnit.
. rnrongh sleet-rs from S- rtnzasid. Makes
I Sew York tu JL'H hours and b'oston In i4H -boors.
8. U. ENIOHT.
a. Iv. Irexet Axest.
t D. B. MARTIN, Arcade Irepot.
IU. P. A. tiprtiuceeld.O.
3T. T, Fena. Oblo B. B.
All trains run on Central time 23 minutes
slower thaa city time.
TEAU9L1AVI COISO XABT.
I No. 4. New York Limited, dallv 10.23 a. m.
. " 2. Accom .dally except Sunday. 3 -3 p.m.
'No. a lu It p.m.
" 12. Atlantic tx . dally 2.W a. m.
TKAISS LUVE GOISQ WXST.
, No. 3. Cln.A&t. Louis EvdiIIy 2.19 a. m
1" t. Accom-dallf except Sunday Jim7 a. m.
" 5. St. Louis Lx.. daily 3.59 p. m.
No. 4 has sleepers, but no change ot cars In
elthercase through to New xorx. No.5has
I throush sleepers to fat. Louis
1 ree back to trains to all points east of, and
Including north Lewliburg
, For tickets to all points and further Infor
I mxtlon.c-lloa J. D. PaLxoxx.
. Agent. 7- Arcade,
f Telephone call J10.
1 Intllana, Itloomln-ton and VTestern Kail
-itsiv- rio sosth.
j 1 Cincinnati Express
1 bandusky and springS-M Kx
3 Columbus Jgall
' arrivk rnox E-sr.
' 1 Night Express
5 Chicago, -t L Kao Cityllm-.
1 3 Chicago, St. L X Kan. City Ex
--CIVS rsos WEST
2 Eastern Expres
6 v a m
4 Atlantic lall
6 New 1 ork Limited
DXT-KT f.otSG SOETK.
, z Lakeside Express
4 Put-In Uav hxprcss
1 5 prtn-eld and sandusxy Lx
DXriftT OOISG XAST.
1 Col-tabus ExLress
4 Attasls Mall-
teat Sea Aei
10 4 a tL5S
ssrsrr eoisa sssi. :- Hi
IIWll(t-r IK ?S!l
SCMf-kce. t--i.Cliy Ex-i1ikt-st-..?i-iS
TV, V21rW-tt. J' fTU.rVi4X
.,--. - - - otsw.n
JTtTXoW -HCTS' . -?3J--S
1 X..I1 aod Express . tJOpai
Dxrtkr ooivo soctm.
2 Mall and Express IOJBssj.
t tiatubridite vecnrnmtHla'i, n - 53Srsi
All trains marked run uily.all " " -U
except unday. standard tine, ch Is
minutes slower than or nsleld cirj nraj.
D. II ROCHE. rtck-t ., I
THE BEST I EVER TRIED
HEAD HIS TESTIMONIAL
l4--TIiomz.MD. Mareh L 19B6.
"I b-wvn a -nf-w-tr tram
try -.a--r. aad aftr cuuic a number of
Kt-M I aca pewp-urad to tar it is te -t
isswM-Lr I iU vm' tri-wi. and 1 tu nsad
it to ill i-fftrnn,'
Of tb Ct-M. A. cB-et Co.
SI. FORI QUIRT BOTTLE.
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CSHIL.HKCIIAMCAL-u.1 MIM.X; LX
.IItLKIUNU at tbe BrnwUrr Po y
technlc I-atitutr, Troy, . T. The oldtst
enineerin school In siaeriea- Next term
begins freptemberUtft. The Register for 17
contains a list ot the radutes tor the past t
years. with their positions, also course of
study, requirements expenses, etc. Candi
dates from a distance, or those llvt In dis
tant states, hy special examinations at their
homes, or at such schools as they may be at
tendlne. may determine the question of ai 5
mission without vlsltine Troy, tor Keclstt.
and full Information, address
David M. i: -kit i. Director.
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co-talnlnc latest etyl.a. ch.apes to Sneer.
BEST APERIENT KNOWN.
Cori-t l-frTCMxic, -j-Tif-ntui(. AdaM(l to all
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cumiisp aou waEwnaj in,a m ro"vT
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