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REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVEOTKG OCTOBER 19 1887.
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The importance of purifying the blood can
not be overestimated, for without pure
blood you cannot enjoy good health.
At this season nearly every one needs a
food mt-Jicinc to purify, vltalire, and enrich
the blood, and Hood's Sarsaparilla ls worthy
your confidence. It is jiecullar in that it
strengthens and builds up the sj tem. create
an appetite, and tones tho digiMlon.jthile
it eradicates disease. Cite It a trial.
Ilood's Sarsaparilla is sold byall drug c!s.
rrepared by & L Uood i Co., Lowell. Mas.
100 Doses One Dollar
DIE WEEK ONLT AND S.TUMT MATINEE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 17, '87.
srKClAL l(.ir.RVrT OF TDK
3." .rtit. headed hv the i harnilnz,
IV tlte Prima onua.
PjWfrfal Choru1, Slron? Cast and a
Mranl Orrlipstra of Ten rieje
The follow ire llpTtoire will he prest-hte
during the encagi-Tiem
luesday Kteiiim:. - VlK tlMl
VrlnndavKt'iic llll.MK.-iit NOI.M t.MlY
Ihursday KteLlng li'-llEJll v OKI.
Vridav E.enlor Ulil.lii:
aturday Matinee MlKMMi
Saturday K.cnlni: . jLlYl.Ta'E
Admission lc.ic. t and Vie ltevened
sats at 1'ierce's fora?l the irl irmances.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
(ink i:nr M.r.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20th.
THE HUGE HIT!
Hj the Funnitt Man of our Time,
IX HIS IO.MEM TItlUMl'II.
I nder the management ot M. II. IliyCen.
N w Pop u la r None,
M-tllfj ml IniltMlioii-,
INK A CKJlXIANTCtMrANY or
PRICES ; c. .Vie and Sc Seats on sale at
Harris's Clear Store now.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd.
Matinee at S O'rlnrk 1'. M. tor I -nil ft- and
TwoErao Hands , Tvu Inim Mmiom, Two
Funny Toimj-s; To Aiumlin; Marks.
Krnd' Jubilee Mncn. I'aa
aoa LerCtiHru.li.t; Pony.
LOOK ee the cieiit Miet lara1e inrt
Band lrill bndtr the rttrectt. n ul Majors
Kimble and UliIte.SMuMays. non. l).iit
miM It. Crow lsl nouet evtrryu icrv.
Jt your ticket now at Harris's
To Assist Nature
la restoring diseased or irast d tissue i
all that any medicine can do. In pel
monary affections, suih-as Colds, Bron
ohltii, and Consumption, the luurous
membrane Srst becomes inhamed, tlxti
accnmnlations furnt in the air-cells ol
the lunps, followed by tubercles, and,
finally, destruction of the tissue. It is
plain, therefore, that, until the haclvin
cough is relieved, the bronchial tubes
ran liavc ro opportunity to lital.
A j cr's Cherry 1'ectoral
Soothes and Heals
the inflamed membrane, arrests the
wasting process, and leasts no injurious
result-. This is why :. is more highly
esteeuK-d than any other pulmonary
L. I). ISixby, i Eartonril!e, Vt.,
writes: Tonr jeat- ao I tooli a se
vere cold, which wa- fulloned by a
terrible cough. I was cry welt, and
confined to my bed ab. ut four months.
My physician finally sa: J I was in con.
Mimption, and that he couid iut l.i 1 11
me. One of my neihliors advieil tne
to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. I did so,
and before I hail taken half a lmttle was
able to go out. By the tnre I h.ul
llliiilnil the lKittle I was will, and hate
remained socur Mnce."
Alonzu 1. Iag4elt, of Ennrna Mills,
Me., writes: " Sii years ago, I was a tra r
rling file-man, ai.d at tLat time was
For ment'as 1 was unable to rest nights.
I could eclilom lio down, had freijuont
choking sptlls, and was oft-n coin
lleil to eek the open a'.r for rrlkf.
I was induced to try Ayer's flurry
I'ectofal, w-hith helped me. Its con
tinued use has entire cured me, ami, I
lieliet e, saved my life."
"Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats.
PoUtiyallDrugiT'ti. Price 1, li bottlw, J5.
I CISTJL n CLOU.
Koons 5 A 6. Mltofcell Black.
S E. Cor. Main sliJ Mart et St.
vbbvbsop acGtyb tkith oarriD
TT B.IJlBOCKKK,rano 57 Arcade. Prlt:
11. ac, ocrsTer ana naaioawie tsunoner.
WcdalMcoodi ana mlllac earai ipeUltr.
A. . ,S- . JS
-i aBJBJSajRj r J-J--"-JJ"Ji.rO-Ut.l.frjTrTT r TltlT n ' ""- -
Between the curtains of snowy lace,
OTer tlie war, is a l-abj "s far
It pir forth, smillui; In merry glee.
Anil wates its pink tittle babd at me.
My lrf-urt reain.I with a l.witly cry.
tui hi me w.iihu -rul hv nrd l.j.
Out from tin ititiovr of (,.M " -To I-,"
That viiii r Imlij (.hall let Ion tome.
Tliat rxrr tiauutin; an 1 longed f.ir face.
1 tat jwrtcct tMoq of infaul crave.
Shall slime on me la it tii)eiHiorof light.
Nt ver to f adt- from m eager aiglit.
All that i talo-n shall 1 made pm.1
All that purples ue, tindert-tooo:
.mill-c-wtiueliin.l tt,t I loat mieilay
"ha'l lnl mo into the IV m r "ai
I . U tVbrvler iloov iu 1 Yau I llo'.
In tiie jeitf 1TJ1 ni.in-ienr the recent
cml tlio Uuiiht 'irtuufhriviKiit-d m I'.irii,
tlic fornur on the tlnone uf Ins tiiicle,
I.OU1S XIV, the l.ittei mi tho roofh of the
cipit.il. of wlrch he liail . i map carefully
drawn My loril thoiliikeof (Irlean-, re
Kent of Kramv, had intcntcd the tine sui
pvrsnf the lal:u- I1o.mi1 nnd the mnsLisI
llls of the nvr.t. C.irtiunhe. a man of
relined linliii. cold Mifflevl and eceed
uiisly cour.nnsms, li.id. a- m lonl tho
' duke of Orleans, hu. court, his lslroom
mid e en in- private surgeon All 1'ans
rc-undeil witli the jinn-, mid deeiis of the
amiable brigand, w horeeoiiunendetl Hilite-
1 no-and cihhI WliaMor to hi- cutthroats
and pickpivkets. wore out the genihirmes
1 of mon-ieur the lieutenant of polue, and
e en often thra-l.tsl them well and good.
Dunne the inht of Holy Ihur-d.iy
nmdanie tho duchess de Iloulilers, widow
for the lst ten jenrs of mon-iesr tho
m-irvlui lie Itoiifilers, and n haniKoine
hulj of .! .ar.-i f age, awakcnwl from a
isucoaUe s'iuiiUt. Hy the faint light of
n night lamp --lie siw the rurtai.is of the
i lialcon) tvindon openiii-j. and n man short
of Mature, but wt II made, with an ngree-
1 able lace enured her K'droom. He had
Aleiieuti hie tuffs, roil heels to hi .hoes
and the i-erfii t ikmcanorof a inmir lord
The i.uclio-. was erj fnghtcnetl. and the
vi a-n the ee of calling her Mounts,
when the Mranger Mid to iier
"Mlence, uiailaniel Do not call, ifjou
And drawing two pistols from hN belt,
'I am Caitourhc and the street is
swarming with the gendarme-, of
monsieur the lieutenant of police. I
enter jour iouc. in-nLimp, as either n
tn'cf or nloter. but I shall liehae lnyvlf
like u ccQlleninn. You we me all broken
up with fatigue aul mnd with hunger.
Therefore, iii.iilaine the I)nclu-ss do
llouflltrs, I Lave the honor of asking a
nipper and bed from jour well known
Sajing so. and with a hand richly
j:looil. Cnrtouiho remoted his hat anil
then lioweil reiv-tfully lefore the
duchess, w lio raised heix-lf on hirilbow,
iu onler to have n pood lew of the strange
"Do not fear, madnme, I will not hnrt
you' "Will o;i Ik- cliaritable enoimli to
ring the K-ll to Miniumn jour maid to
jour bedside You will tell her that you
are hungry and to bring jou a cold
chicken and a bottleof champagne."
"What are xmi s.img, ilons.eur Car
tonche? Dunng the Holy Week no
chicken i to iv found in my hou&e."
"Try, Madame the Duchess."
Mine, de ltoufflers obeyed, while Car
touche hid himself lielnnd the curtains of
the window. The Iwld thief knew his no
bility on the top of his linger and the
joint of his knife. In fact, chicken nnd
cuauipacne were served on a s:her tray,
together with a liox contaimnir a siher
fork, a sjioon aud a knife, cxac tly as in
the king's palace. He was very talkative
liefore and after eating and drinking. M.
Cartouche nmued Madame tho Duchess
de Houftlers a great deal.
She examined him stealthily. What!
this man who was seated there in her
own liedroom was this famous Cartouche,
who, in the city as well as in the Palais
ltoyal, residence of ray lord the Duke of
Orleans, regent of France, all leoplo aud
courtiers doted on! She thought him a
repulsive looking individual, and the
found him a very good looking young
man, and he was fo very adventurous,
bold and courageous, and he proved to lw
so, witty and sartlonical as n demon.
Xovv, the hunger of the bandit satisfied,
what would happen The question of fa
tigue remained open. M. Cartouche had
s:ud. "A -upper and a bed " Madame,
the Duches. de Ikmfflers felt au anguish
"Reassure yourself, madam?," paid
Cartouche, w ith a smile (he hnd goessed
the thoucht of his hostess). "There is a
lounge on which 1 will wait for the dawn
of the day. You have nothing to fear
from my friends to-night, madnme You
may rcise. in pence, good night, and a
pood sleep to you. my charming benefac
tress." And saluting thoduchesj with the most
exquisite politeness. Cartouche stretched
himself oa theloungeand fell asleep w ith
ou! fear and without reproach, like Knight
Ikiyard in itrson.
The dawn of the day whitened the
"Did you have a good sleep, madame'
Allow- me to retire and to thank jou from
the liottom of mj heart If I have vio
lated m outrageous- all the l.ivvs of alMi
uence but one, on a Hol Thursday, 1 shall
atone for this mortal sin by going to
ve-iwrs nest ICister s-uuday at the church
of Xotre Dame Perhaps we will have,
you. maihuno, the luck, aud I the honor of
.meeting cacIi other."
A smile jiarted his cherry like lips, he
replaced his pistols' iu his licit, bowed lie
fore the dt'fhess and disapjieansl through
the lialconv v.iudow without carrying with
him an thing from Madame the Duchess
de I Joulllt r's room.
On I-isier Sunday the Cathedral of
Xotre Dame was tilled with ivople. The
great aisle was obstructed with gigantic
scairoldings, as tliev were repairing the
vaults, lietvvix'n mass and vespers Car
touche d.viilcd his men in thuv lmuils.
One w a . cone valed lutvvcen the chevrons
like a lhght of sparrows in the branches
of a tree. Another miAeil itself with the
crowd entering the church, ilnally the
last one was scattered at the exits.
The v csj ers began.
At the first verse of the second I'-alra
those of the liandits hidden ou the scaf
folding threw bricks, tools, mortar and
ladders on tHe jiooph; below. 'I iiu-e m
the catiedral cried that the vaults wire
going down they made the and tonum
crazy with fear, while those iu the cuts
gathered watches, snull lnixes, purs-,
rings, bracelets, etc.
Madame the Duchcs de lloufllers had
come to v es;n.rs, the words of Cartouche
had decided her. She was exceedingly
curious to see her nocturnal visitor in
broad dav light.
At the liegmning ot the fracas a gentle
man rushed toward her. lie put his arm
sround her waist, pushed the crow d aside
with herculean strength and brought ths
duchess unharmed to the jwrtico
"I was certain to meet jou. Madame
the Duchess, and for vour good fortune.
You have saved inylwnc from the wheel,
at my turn I save vunr jewels A good
deed is alvvajs rewarded. That is the be
lief of Cartouche."
"You have a jieculiar way for doing
your latster duties. M. Cartouche." re
plied Mine, de Uoulllcrs, smiling sardon
ically. "lint you mut admit, madame. that if
I forgot in Chn-tlan duties b robbing
my neighls'r of his man servan, of his
mnid servant, of his ox, of his ass and the
lsdaiite of what he ma po-ses, I respect
- -soinctiii!'s his wife "
And laughing. Milutiiii;. Cartouche vau
ilheil in the crowd, while madame tho
duchess entered her coach on the Pan is
"Ihi re were a few killed, many wound
ed and thousands robbed," said Pignerol
in his "History of Paris "
Cirtouche eontmuiii his deeds of a lan
dit gentleman He promenaded the streets
during the da nnd the roofs during the
night. He showed himself In the public
parks, sat down iu the most jKipular res
taurants, nnd went to the ojH'ra to see
the new phys, nnd often, early in the
morning, he raised a rumpus with a fish
merchant, the worst vlra(0 of the market.
To conclude, he -rai tho most fashion
able brigand of the world and tho best
soul of Paris.
A rcw months after his r"wess of
Notre Dame the Kcmlarun'M of monsieur
the lieutenant of iwllce surjircxl lilm in
lils ln-il In a. little inn of the CourtlUe .
The) chained him like a wild laj.t mid
coniliicu-d him to the prison of the Chat-
flreat rumor in the capital' Itwawell ,l'" feet in depth, to the surfaie of the I 'VB remedy known to cleanse the sj stem; to
done, but evcrvUly was sorr.v for it, the water, and Vioone cm tell how far K'low , acton the liver, kliinejs, and bowels gent
genilnrinei. ami inoiisieur the lieiitcnaut of '"' rocky inclosurt extends. Sv end ' et thoroughly; to dispel headaches,
Hilue eMejiicil ' days ago wo could sit on the north end of ' -olds, and fevers, and to cure constipation.
Both aristocracy and commonalty lie- this ruck rib and watch Hie torrid waves lndii;estioii. and kindred Ills.
sieeisl t lie rates of" tlm Clmtelei it. il...ir I ru-h dow n the inclosiire. strike the vvaff I ti . ",. , 7. .. .. I
eagerness to M) (he amiable, wittv, gen
iiemaui aim lovoit thiif and muni
Madan.f the Duchess de Iioullli
with the others.
Cartouche trevtcsl her as an
"Kvcuse me. m.iilame. for not n-coivinu
von us ou did me You see 1 mil like th-
i Laiidsiuuest girl of this world I cannoi
I give but what I heve. mid I have nothing.
fie gendarmes of i isietir the lieutenant
of lailirv. ipy friend, have crrrusl uuny
mj propert that is to say, others' prop
I erty "
The duchess reildeneil, grimaced a
smile nnd departed, leaving only two loufs
iS), a thingthat the press qualilled iimiii
worthy of Madame the Duchess Marsha!
Cartouche marched to the gallows with
i the grace of a duke and wasniagiiil!ce"itl
broken on the wheel on the Place de
Groves on the 'JMh of Noveiid-cr of the
good earof our Iird IT'Jl Trarslntdl
' for The (iraphic from the rrencli by Guard
1 b-1. sixth avyiiue line elevatcsl railro.nl.
1 " TlHcnminal w ntpuced to U tirotea op the
! vrliei 1 v.jls tied uj.ju n Iarf m hei-l taut Hat on the
I MatToM, the ana aiul lic apart Th execn
J tinner, arnied with a heavy inm bar, IduLe eaeli
, arm aiul lef- at first, then, m ith ft l&st Mow, calltsl
Ie coup de jnu-e itho lnerettpl bluwl he put tin
t pnl lent out of his torture bj fjsriklng hiai aeres.
, tlie breast V
I Hie Ij) f n Ixt Mlnitrrt.
j ssul was the song that the minstrel
sung, in the light of the wnning moon.
and his voice w as cracked and his knees
j were sprung, nnd his ees far out of their
i sockets hung, and he howled a dirgo in a
f foreign tongue, and his lre was out of
I tune. I softly unchained the brindle dog,
und loaded tlie old shotgun; wlulo be
I scraped his lyre in the damp and fog, and
i sung of a fairy who drove a frog, aud held
a court in a somlier Img, by the light of a
midnight sun "X fairies for me," I
softly said, "so, singer, you'll change
our tune; you must sing a lialbul of
death instead, of ghosts in purple and
ghosts in nil, of rtrjoiis where wander
tlie phantom dead, and there are no stars
oi moon "
He tuned his harp to a dismal lay, that
chilled all tho blood I ow nod, and he sung,
"There's a land in the far away, w here
never is gleaming the light of the dav.
where the goblins damp and the specters
stay, nnd wind with their shrieks is
toned The ghost of tlie pallid dude Is
there, bereft of its gilded cane; it has no i
oil for Its jelhm- hair, it lias no glasses to
eye the fair, and it cannot stand on the
street and stare, so the dude is bow til iu
pain." 1 loosed tlie dog on the minstrel
there, nnd I lirod my gun in the damp;
and pieces of harp Hew In the air, and
stogy lxjots nnd wads of hair, and all that
was left of the minstrel fair was rolk'd in
a postage stamp. Liucoln (Xth.) State
The Quern Wouiil Feel Hurt.
A friend of mine told me of a pathetic
incident that took place the other evening
when the Itritishers were being natural
ized. One old fellow- could not see tlie
print on the naturalization pal'-! so he-
got a friend to read it. When the words
"renounce forever all allegiance and
fidelity to every foreign pnnce, state,
potentate and sovereignty vvhatsoev er
more especially to Victoria, queen of the
united kingdom of Great llrilam nnd Ire
land," were reached the old man's eyes
grew moist, and lie said with n tone of
sadness in his voice- "I've lieen a faithful
subject of her for more than thirt tlvu
years, and I don't know- how she'll feed
about it." Hut then the thought of the
republic where he had made his home for
years came to him nnd, rubbing his big
hand across his ejes, he signed tlie paper
that made him a citizen. I repeat the
story 1h-chuc it seems to me to illustrate
so well the jieculiar feeling of loalty
which animates an Knslishman, not
only toward his "tight little isle," but
toward the sovereign who represents iu
government. lloston Post.
The Citlllntlnr at furls.
Tlie distance from theprison doorto the
guillotine is not more than twenty stejis.
The executions take place nt the dawn of
day, aud as far as an v thing being seen by
the crowd they are practically private.
Only the journalists aud a few privileced
ones are admitted on the square. At 2
o'clock in the morning tha cavalry nnd in
fantry of the Paris Municipal guard, 100
each, fifty cavalry gendarmes and afcout
GOO policemen appear. The soldiers pnsh
back the mob so jui to leave the entire
square clear Shortly afterward the exe
cutioner arrives in a large red wagon
which contains the guillotine. The in
strument is packed in a number of cases,
each piece being numliered. The aids put
it together, the work not lasting over half
an hour. When the knife is in place the
headsman tries its edge on a small bundle
of straw to see that It slides easily and
cuts well. Just brfore the moment of
execution the gendarmes range themselves
in horseshoe form nround the guillotine
and two rows of policemen form a line
from the prison door to the instrument.
It is through this line that the condemned
passes. Pans Cor The Epoch.
Narrow Icape from Angry flees.
A farmer who is an expert in the culture
of liees declares that they are tho most in
terestir.; of creatures, nud that their
"cuteness" is wonderful. Like all living
creatures, the bee has a natural enemy; In
this ease it is the moth miller, w hich some
times drives the swarms to desperation
nnd frenzy. Then it is that the wary keep
at a safe distance from the hives. This
particular liee owner once saw a jicculiar
instance of the bees' hatred of black oli
jects. It liecame iiecosary in some way
to rearrange something belonging to the
hive, when, like a host of furies, the en
rafted minutes flew out en masse and at
tacked the disturlier of their peace. Quick
nt thought the furmer's wife ran and
'hrevv her white apron over the husband's
tiead, w hereupon the bees did not alight
3ii him, but instead attacked two innocent
black hens who happened near by, and
stung them to death. lloslon Post.
liiipliiTiiicnt fur I'rlnonert.
Oakum picking is doomed even in mill
tary prisons. Sir E. Du Cane's last re
port on the discipline and management of
these- institutions is full of testimony for
the more excellent plan of employing
prisoners on U-s monotonous and more
productive work, 'lhere Is n military
prison at Ilnxtou, and here the governor
perceives a steady amelioration in the
conduct of his prisoners. He attributes
this improvement iu a gre-nt degree to the
pursuit of industries which improve their
bodily and mental health. Loudon News.
A Ciiriuitly Made Ilutlon.
A curious button was made nbout a
century ago and worn by the Knglish
dandles of the period. It consisted of
polished brass, and was ruled with lines
so tine as to lie almost microscopic, Tlie
roughness of the surface thus obtained
broke the reflection of the light falling ou
it and gave it prismatic colors. The
beauty of mother of iearl and its jrides
cent brilliancy are lielievcd to lie pro
duced by three plates overlapping each
other unevenly, and thns they disiierse
the light as they reflect It. The Argo
naut. FiiClisli Nevrnpaper Knterprlse.
An evening newspaper in an English
town determined to lie-at Its rivals on the
rejuirt of the great foot race between
Hutchins and Gent, hnd its account
written up lieforehnnd and put in type,
with blanks left for the name of the win
ner and other essential details, to lie filled
in later. Instead of the race there was a
great riot on the grounds, but the paper
gut the new s toa late and came out with
its reiKirt of the race, blanks and all.
New York Sun.
A public school system is to be estab
lishad in Alaska, by agents of the Federal
i Ihi llnrrleAtie. Geyser.
J The most wonderful of nil the wonders
'at the Xorris Ifai-iu, Vellon stone irk, is
known ns the Hurricane mt. It is a
riirt lit outbreak, sriirreli n iphthIiI TIih
crater is alMjut twenty hv thirty- feet, und
! incIotil hy a wild wall of nick, alxmt
- i 'eiitatli our feet und sink into the earth.
, "-nm s111K ,io i i, enri ,
to reaper at the upper end with iiiuli-
n.nshe,l force .m. eight d.ivs later
we tl.l that the Innling li,.l shoots ollt
''.; ' '' a I'i'n' " o form, rly sat.
r1 tn lllirrir iii.i itp,i.ontLi !. iiIuhim nnu
The Hurricane presents the npiiearance
,,f revolving liquid globe There Is a
' l'"OJ bowlder in the center of the quid
ranguiar crater, over wiiich
I dashes with such force as to give it the
iipisMraiice oi mii iiiiineuse wneel in jier
ittuil motion The intense heal may
lie ri allied, in a measure, w lien it is stated
that the rucks ten feet from the edge are
so hot that tin1 naked hand can only be
heldon the m for an instant The water
is turbid and liears evidence of the fact
that the subterranean chambers arc lie
iag enlarged. They are evidently ab
smiling the material that has lieen dis
charged at other gesers. Cor. St. Paul
Yl him t Family Mivt.
Society news iu the dally pajiers does a
preat deal more than tell iitoplc whut is
transpiring iu the fashionable world. Tlie
owners of moving cars watch the society
close'ly As soon as they see that a fam
Jy is to change I. -cation from one city to
mother, tliev go arter them to see what
they have to move t-nd offer their ser
ciccs Then follows the man with storage
.ooin, then a sowing machine agent to see
f vou havear.jthiim iu his line for sale,
.hen the m-ond hand furniture dealer,
md last the dealer iu second hand cloth
ing, and perhaps a piano dealer When a
marriage is announced uhead for some
mouths, there is the dressmaker and dry
goods merchant to call on the ladies, tho
caterer tose-e w hat he can do for the table,
and the llorist to see if Ins services are re
quired. This class of people doubtless
work up a large and profitable business iu
that vva --Physician in GlolR'-Deinocrat.
Spiders' Ytrhs hi YVa.liingtiili.
Tho use of electric light on public
buildings at Washington has led to a
great increase in the number of spiders'
webs. Tlie lights attract multitudes of
insects, and these m turn attract the
spiders. In many cases architectural
outliu-s have 1-econie badly obscured by
the webs. Chicago Times.
towrm frinu .viutiimv Ytr.ipplnga.
The remalni of no Ies than fifty-four
species of liowenng plants from mummy
w rapping in Kgypt have been identified.
Tlie How ers have been wonderfully pre
served, even the delicate violet color of
-he larkspur and the scarlet of the xppy,
the chlorophyl iu the leares, and the
Sagarin the raisins, remaining Arkan
savv Trav eler.
A Hirniinghnm gun 1rm, in order to ob
viate the difficulty in sighting guns in the
dark, have iutniduced small diamonds in
Advertising a patent medicine In the pe
culiar way in which the proprietor of
Kemp's lialsain, for Coughs and Cold, does
it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes T.
J. Casper, druggist, 4 1 East Main street, to
Stive to those who call for It a sample bottle
free that they may try it before purchas
ing. I lie Large Ilottles are S0e and sl.OO.
We certainly would advise a trial, lt may
save you from consumption.
A lady writer on fashions informs the
public that "the Iouis XVI hat is very lie
coming to a pretty woman made of ellow
and black straw," but a woman built that
way well, she had let he left alone.
tSCVWP the Children. They are ea
S3XVTV pecuiij. iiaDie to 8U(lden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, v hooping Conch.
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold b
Frank II. Coblentz,
corner Market and
At Slestertnn, England, a ferret entered
the bed in which a four-months-old child
was sleeping. When discovered the infant
had one eye torn out and the flesh of its
face lacerated in a dreadful manner. It
died in a short time.
In llrii-r, ami Hi the I'ulnt.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion Is a toe to good na
ture. Tho human digestive apparatus is one of
tlie most complicated and w underfill things
in existence. It is easily put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, ir
regular habits and many other things which
ought not to be. have made the American
people a nation of dyspeptics.
But Green's August Flower has done a
wonderful work In reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American jieople so
healthy that they can enjoy their meals and
Remember: No happiness without health.
Hut Green's August I1 lower brines health
and happiness to tlie dyspeptic Ask your
druggist for a bottle. Sev enty-fiv e cents.
General Houianger has been relieved of
his command and put under thirty days
arrest. He acknowledges responsibility for
the newspaper charges that Ferron, min
ister of war, vv as engaged in a conspiracy
WILL YOU SUKKEK with Dyspepsia
and Liver Com plaint? Shiloh's Vltiluar
U guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F.
Mary A. Dee. of Mechanlcsburg. Ohio.
claims that John P. Sullivan has been
speaking of her in terms reflecting on her
character, and has sued him for S 10,000
ScaVX, &V- $
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did yoa ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It is the beat
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, 50c
Frank II. Cobleutz, corner Market and
Madame Armstrong, an Australian voca
list, made her debut at Ilrns-els last night.
in "Rigoletto." Critics vvitn one voice
pronounce her a second Patti.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. The city of Findlay. Ohio, has purchased
the plant of the Findlay Gas-light Co. for
$7.1.000, and tnm controls tlie entire held,
including the Karg well.
Why suffer with that aching head when
you may be cured with A cr's Cathartic
Send a two-cent stamp to Dr. J. C. Aver
A Co.. Lowell, Mass., for a set of their at
tractive album cards.
At Chicago, William Heller, convictedof
burglary, was sent to the penitentiary for
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Mrs. Craik. (Dinah Maria Mulock), the
a ithor of John Halifax. Arc, is dead.
trAvno thatore fretful, peevish,
xx,v,cs cross, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, 'an be relieved
nt once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safo. Price S3 cents. Sold br
Frank 11. Cobleutz, corner Market and
U. S. District Attorney Walker, of New
Yoik. lias decided that the case of Rev. E.
Walpole Warren, called from England to
tlie rectorship of tlie Church of the Holy
Trinity, conies under the contract labor
law, and that he will hold the church liable
for the violation of the law.
ChampIln'K Liquid I'enrl, SO On In.
Don't pay 75 unless so printed on bottle
Njrrnp of ri(r, I
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal., is nature's
nnlv trim laa-atla-M Ti.lo niu.u... r-u
., .....,,. aaua arma-aiia vail"
' f...-..l- It... .1.1 -... I. ' . ...
"""" iniim nun renitoiy may oe nail at 1
i '" Casper's drun store, 50c. and 81 bottles.
ll ls ,ne '"t pleasant, prompt and effect-
I lie monument to Francis Scott Kev.
i provld.sl for In the will of Janiw jick. to
, ,, (.t , , , ,,ark at Si Krnciseo. Is
, ,, 0II 8 Bav ,',, ,. Mm. ,
, ri.w ,,. , c, , j.umaryV lt
, is tlie work ()f w w t
provided for in the will of James I.Ick. to i
5vprovc. Blood Elixir Is the onl
--"V, mood Itemed guaran'
'teed. It isapositivecurefor Ulcers.Erup-
tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. Hpurifiesthe
I whole system, and banishes all ltbeuuiitir
and Neuralgic pains. v"0 guarantee it
Frank II. Coblent. cornel Market and
Country Uiok-sseller to miner (who has
previously invested in a dictionar)) Oh,
ou must look aiming the S's for scissor-",
not the 'A'-. Well, how's Oi to know?
Wot's t' good of a dietioiiary without a
hindex? London i'mieh. ,
This powder never varies A marvel of pi
mnrrnnvBiMH rlly, strength ,iiitt wlnilesuineness Mnreeci
n. .-.nt m. miA rr,..h.. ml. .... t.- iniilc.il than the iintlmry kind, anil cannot
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants, be be ,M i competition with the multitmie of
bugs, beetles. Insects, skunks, lack rabbits, low test, hort weight, alum or phi-iijiate
parrows, gophcra, motb, moles. 15c. druggbsts. pow iters. Sold only in cans Km u. Hiumi
roi.aCo..l"ilVall.trret. New York '
"KUIUU UM tOKXH."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." (nlck re i
lief, complete cure. Corns, trarU, bnni mv 15c i
"Houmi on rrcii."
"Rough on Itch" cures ekla humort, erup
tions, rinir worm, tetter, salt rheoin, frosted
tmmt ..MlKI.1,1. fti.1i Ivw n..lnn t.K .. Il.l.
80c Druggists or mall. E.fl. Wells, Jersey Cltj. '
"HOrOU ON CATARRH"
O.T1I VWSfeaftt SI laTA n SI f V Jli .ft.1 svtm m Atm AA sTAw vl aI ..
VV1IIVU VUtUSIIV UUUllI t It uuic. s.iu.iiiri.c 1
cure of worst chronic cases; also unequalled as
Is the Oriental salutation, knovv
ln,j that ijood health cannot exist
without a healthy Liver. When
the Liver is torpid the How els are
sliiKgish and eoiiitipated, the food
lies in the stomach undigested, poi
soning tlie blood ; frequent head
ache eusiies ; a feeling uf lassitude,
despondency and nervousness in
dicate how the whole sy-teui Is
deranged. Simmons Liver Hegu
Iator has been the means of restor
ing more people to health and
happiness by giving thejna healthy
Llver than any agency known on
earth. It acts with extraordinary
power and etllcacy.
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
Asaceneral family remedy for DysD'Dsla.
Tiirulil Liver. Constipation, etc.. I hardly ever
use anyt til ns else, and have nerer lieen disap
pointed In the effect produced ; lt seems to be
almost a perfect cure tor alt iltseast-s of the
stomach and bowels. W. J. McKi.kov.
osi.t GENUINE xeM'riCTCKEii nr
J. H. ZEILIN k CO.. I'blUdelphU.
Advice tu Mothers.
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing S nip, for chil
dren teething. Is tile prescription of one of
tho test female nurse and physicians in
the United States, and lias been used for
jears with never-failing success by million
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhu-a. griping In the bowels
and wind colic By giving health to the
child it rests the mother. Price 53c a bottle.
Pelic.te Children, Nurslnc
Mothers overworked Men and for all dis
eases where the tissues are wasting away
from the inability to digest food, or from
overwork should take Scott's Kinulslon of
of Pure Cod Liver Oil with llypophosphites.
"I used the Emulsion on a lady who was
delicate. It put her Iu such good health
and tlesh, that I must say It is the best
Emulsion." L. P. Wadiiei., M. 1.,
Ilugh's Mills, S. C.
I havk xot used all of one bottle yet I
suffered from catarrh for twelve years, ex
periencing tlie nauseating droppiuc in the
throat peculiar to that disease, and no-
bleed almost dally. I tried v arious reme
dies without benefit until last April, when
I --aw Klv's Cream Halm advertised in the
Iioston llwlnct. 1 procured a bottle, and
since the tirst day's use have had no more
bleeding tlie soreness is entirely gone.
I). G. Davidson, with the Boston Hitihjrt,
formerly with the Boston Jnnrnnl.
Ilarbj's Prophylactic Fluid.
lse it in everj" sick room. Will keep the
atmosphere pure aud holesome; removing
all bail odors from any source.
Will destroj all disease genus, infection
from all fevers and all contagious diseases.
The eminent phjslcian, J. Marion Sims,
M. I). New York, ays: "I am convinced
that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a
most valuable disinfectant."
Pawning Her Iluy Cloihes fur 31eclicine.
Aiioor vvoinan III Wales, whoso boy had
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
lie must die. He suffered so terribly with
KheumatUiii that he could not be moved.
One day soiuu one told her about the
Mount Lebanon Shakers. The ev idence of
the curative power of their Extract of
Koots was so convincing that she pawned
the ioor Iioy's clothing to buy a bottle of
the remedy (Siegel's Sjrup), but now she
feels proud that she ilid so. for it was the
means of curing her son. The Shakers say
this was the result of Indigestion and that
tlie medicine cured the Dyspepsia, and that
the rheumatism was only a svniptoin of the
real dieae. For coughs tlie Shaker Tar
Capsules are strongly recommended.
Batcholor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
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and overy form oxaln
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At druzUts or trr mail.
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For .!. ujr nil springtteltl Druggists.
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The only S3 SEAMLESS
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lUANTED-L A HIES for our Kail an Chrlst
I f mas traie. to take llht. pleasant uci k at
their on n homes. SI to SJ per day can be iiio
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mission without vatlne Troy For Keslster
and full luforruat Ion.. iddt ess
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ui oi.ta.iiott hy calltng at
my oiHt-e. .lour rial om tains
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rrteetlv rellaahle. Jits sear" eaperle.ee.
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COSTS NO MOBE THAN TBE OLD STTLE. AKT CAN BB R-ADILT ADJn8TI
BABY CRADLE. HOUSE CARRIAGE.
Th llluatr&tiODS abore are mado from pVoprapha. Tha 4JoaTtbla pcrta) do not cbautT tha
appearance nvbrn used aa a etroct crri:g ; they can m tad or not at th pleaaur of tha pur
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HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE CO., 275 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ha,
Superior ti all
Fruit Halts ami Mineral
For IiKliuestian. Dppppii. Tie.aciV, Cotl veness. Prickly
iifai. irritr. pti. i.neuin.cuMT ana au a Meases ariiinjc
from a dinonlereJ con.Utiuu at tho Momach. Liver, Bowels.
-apSMVff-Tvrr leU .t IlCIT-flUt xrmi
,PtAjPaoI.ae3 rnat-hd tJ m
)t3ndweroriotvdultoaittf tct 1
tbouaa-tdevnth abac' ate! jr nro-9 pvmatailT
ajM aadhrokem dcrx nan tthefaUecjoytyaatcf
I'-.riaaa jaia;auTa:TS5iaana tixoroasiiaaisA.
rrptutt ahont br XriaitioiuJx-xiiOfiDrala
otk. ortoo t it Indntcncct. wo aclc tiat joe and us
fwiralM it h ali-nnt o met tracfajta. f-art aaqtat
XaUA.lAC1CAOM FJmwh J Uoifd IaiBiAWfs..e.
RUPTUR P.RSOM8 can Intra rvi
J4S&-Jttr..-fX- kmmjlmmfr r.ja'a-'-.
Tke Tkaatricml PrcfcMlaa.
Xerlt will win sai receive pottle recncnjtlon sne
prt. Kactj, which are the outcume of general ex
lrteaee. growlaj through jiars of critical am!
practical test. btoui as ruotej and lnunorsblssi
the rock or cllbralur In pnUlo opinion, an.! hence
forth need no further guarantee uto ttKlr gent
Inem-is. The IntUiiiutaoi. fact la&t Swift- Speclnc
U the best blood purlOer la the r rl.l.ijcneof Ukh
ImraoTstil Gibraltar nk fact of which nhiti
spoken, and every Uaj's eitrrleni- r..u this coo-
clans of oar people lu Aintrlra aud In Eurone.
ererr traje. emlUmj an. I trufrk,a. lncluiUog tC
meilicml profeMloa. have turne Tolunury testl
,nu,1T.,? V1! "TkaUe Tlrtues or a. S. S. suj
IU InrslUbl. eBk-avy Iu eurluit all ilkwi of th
blooia. The. lrtlmnUaU are oil file tr (he tbot
anils, and open to tbe In-rn-llon ufalL Sow come
unsolicited, wo dUUniiul5.hr! m rat-era of the tbeat
rtod profession. w-MKrtefuUrtenilfT to the wonder
ful curatlre ijmlmes of the s,lnu n their tn.lt
I1?,. if T,r testlmonUis are herewith sob
mllted to the publlo without further comment-let
them ipeak for lhtml,n. The lad U a mtnt
Vi!u!!SS.Thi" T""" Companr.of .New York.
.n,r,IJ;,J.n'n"'1',"'' Theatre. IVrlln.Oer
manr.andor JtcVlelier'sStilt Comranr.of Chlcsiro.
v ?a.lt.Ktl,t,ni? l "'" known rarmlier of the -New
i-ti vtfto,T1!,Jroron,t,,T- ft'th are well known
lu theatrical circles In this countr and In Europe.
Charlotte Bandow. Teelln.nr.
Jfiw Vosjc. Msj- S; tSSt
Swift Sr-erl&c Companr, Atlanta. Gx -OrnUrinen-HaTlhi:
ln anuoTeit with rlmctex.
dltliin or my M.n1. tr more than a year. I usecla
leaillng preparation of an.,.aniia anJ tbrr ir.
li.tS?'1,''? '" no .ffr't- ""n eonaulled a prom
inent phjslclan. and from Ms irejIirK-nt melted
no beneflL I then eoneliided to try the is. R. a. rem
edT for th. i.Uan.1 an.i n. ... .; . t- tl.
thoroash eradication ot mr tr
smoothness to my akin, have nuwle me bjocr.
and publicity M you wUUlo make cfle """ "
IS How cry. near Canal Street.
i cneerruiir anve timi ,hi rui..-i.tf.-:..r..T
Hat llatawkerr. Teatlsaony.
The 8wlf t Speclnc Company. Altacta. (is. :
Gentlemen-For two years I had a serer eSMOf
other remetlaea, and was prcrlr-l rorby numbers
or physicians, but found no relief At last I deter
mined totrytieaH.ie.remedy.an.1 sercn or efent
taKtles bar. thorouunly rrlte.ci n-, and yoa ran
use this osrUAcate la any manner ynu wish.
.. w Member of Thalia Theavtra
Aew York. Stay 3, 1C
TreaUs. on Bloo.1 and Skin Disease, mailed freis.
Tn Swn-T Slxcif-tc Co,
Drawer 2. Atlanta, Oa.
RAILROAD TIME CABDT
Plttsliuru, Clnrlnnntl nnd t. Louis Rail
way Company Pan llamtle llnate.
Under schedule in elTeet September 25,
IssT, trains leave Sprinjrtield. central stand
ard time, for Xeiiia, Cincinnati and Colum
bus, 7:15 a. m., for Dajtmi f7:15 a. m,
for Xenia and Indlanajsilis tlOOa-m.,
tor Xenla, Cincinnati. Columbus, Indian
apolis and Chicago, 5:IU p. in.; for Xenia,
Dajton and Cincinnati. t::.-J5 p. m.
Trains arrive in bprinneld at f7:15 and
10rJU a. in.. t-':00 p. m. and KMO p. m.
Daily, iliaily. except Sunday.
Sam Dunns, Ticket Agent.
Otavaiud, Oolnmbcs. Cincinnati aavd
8 NUot Bipress,
12 New York k Boston Fiprcss
2 ClflTeland A Eastern Express
1 New York Limited Express
."J JO a
. 3.40 psi
9 mtUt Kzpreu
7 Spg.. Cid. i Wes. Kx
i lis. i nine uucseye
Ctnetnnatl M Indianapolis ExpresslU aa
a i.iBTeiaajii.inciDns;itxpresj IJUpai
1 Clatl..Ina..8t. Louis s Kan. z tiipa.
SStlTK rxoil EAST.
9 Night Express SDlam
1 Clu.Flylui: Buckeye 7-,-am
3 L'teTclan X Cincinnati Express laipni
New i ork. Host on A Cincinnati aCx.f35pm
aaaiTa fso i tuzra.
Hlfht atxpres "1.25 as.
a DattuQ. Sprtnxtlelct Aceom.Ir't.
It Tew York a Boaton Limited
9 aa. a a.
I uertlana Eastern Kxpress-
X Cincinnati k aprttujBeld Accom
iiiiiw i ora laimiiea aipresse.
MOu 12 hSA thmnaTh Sl.taer. taa ?4 a- near . a
Bottoa ltboat eano.
-Ia.tls tu. taiuuua limited exprcM. eoca
jotedentlrelj of sleepers, east ot CleTelana.
rnrocgti sleepers troa Spn.KSeld. aUa-ea
- lorkln sum tioars and Boston la !)
S. P. A. -srliudlel-. 0.
sT.a"-Fea. Ohio B.K. ?
All trains ran on Central tlmo S5 minutest
slower t-an city time.
TtalSB LXSTI OOI5S UST. '
So. 4. Sew York Limited, datls- 103 a. m.
Z. Accoci.. dillj except Sunday. 3 p.m.
,Xo. 10:14 p. m.-
" 12. Atlantic Ex.. dallr Z: 10 a.m.
N'o. 3. Cln.s, bt. Louis Kx..illT. 2:14 a. n
" 1. Accomdalliexcep: Sunday-liuT a. m.
" 5. b t. Louis Ex.. daily. 3:59 p. a.
No. 4 Has sleepers, but no change ot can la
eltHercaM throdtti ts New York. No. 5naa
ttaroucn sleeper to St. Louis
Free Hack to trains to all point east of, and
Including north Lewisbure.
fortles-etstoall points and further Infor
mation, call ou J. D. Pa-toa.
, . .. Aaent.i. Arcade.
Telephone call S10.
Indlaaa9 Bloomlucton and aTestern USall
SUITS rSOM XOETH.
1 Cincinnati Express..
. 1025 am
. 1 iS a m
. 6 . 'jo am
5 Sandusky and Sprint-Held
3 Columbus .Mall
suits raoii aasT.
i ijm txeress-
i Chlcaco. ct. I., at Kan. CUT llm
7 Sandusky Malt
3 Chicago, f't. L. i Kan. City El
ixsitx raux wist.
2 Eastern Express
i Atlantic .iau
DlrskT COIITG MIXTH
2 Lakeside Express
5 bpringnela and Sandusky Ex
DSrSkT OOIJO Ks3T.
2 Columbus Express
S t'olumbus Aerommodation-
6 Sew York Limited
nap tar cnisa m-rar.
1 Xlrht Express..-
S Chlc-eo. St. L. Kan. Cits li:
3 Chicago, .-t. L. i Kan. City 1.x.
Ohio aVootlirrn Kalln.-d.
aaaiTK raon socth.
3 Ba!nbrtde Accommodatlo
1 Mall and Express
Dirsrr ooiso soctb.
2 Mall and Express... 10 25 a ra
4 BalnbrldsTe Accommodation 5 35 ti m
Alt trains marked run daily; all others dally
except Sunday, standard time.whlsh Is 2
mtnutea slowerthan Spr nerleld city time.
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TEStEO 40 YEARS. BEST APERIEST K50WX.
Tieavint to tie taste- Cooling Refreshing. Inv!goratln. Adapt-
E..xaaYrcGSYBa ed to all climates and seasons.
a.V -SliinU. I riRV In nn,lee anrt fr-re.-
Icent. 4-Lon't tall to use It.
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