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GRAND OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 12th.
Grand Production of Jules Verne's greatest
of all Spectacular Dnnu,
IN 80 DAYS.
Under the direct supervision of Mr. W. J
Fl-mlnc. formerly manager Xiblo's. Xew
York. A slronc New York cast of
-40 -PJSOX'IUS- 40
Two Car Loads of Special Scenery! Beauti
ful .Mecbaniral Kneels! Martlinc State Rer
olutlonul pectacular lucidents never be
fore witnessed! (irnuil Aninionl.n March,
ami lirlll. I
yotlthtrdlnc the enormous expense
connected with this grand production regular
prices win prevail, tiz: jx;..v-.iTC iieserrea
seats now on sale at Harris s Clear Moie with
oat extra eharce.
0t: MUnf-lHAl's ALL,
1TESDAY, DECEMBER 13, "87.
The Inimitable Irish Comedian. Vocalist
MR. PAT RDOMEY
The Charmlnc Younc Soubrette.
MISS KATIE ROONEY
And theXew YorktarCor-edy Company.
in me reconstructed it sion 01 ine
three act rsrcet&iiedy.
All tbe famous Koonev specialties Intro
duced. Including his creat sonr. "Let 'ertlo,
Sallagher." and the Incomparable Southern
Quintette. In eems of melody from the popular
operas of Ruddygore. Mikado, Ermlnle, Little
Keserv ed seats at Pierce's I'sual prices.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE,
ONK MOIIT OXLV,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14.
The charinlnpliltleComfUlfnneAnd Ohio's
And a Carefully Selected Company. In her
latest and most snccesslnl comedy In four
acts. byKd.J.Soartz, of 1'hll. entlUed:
IJtaie L'nm mt Islomom," the Angel.
NEW SOKGS.JINGES, MEDLEYS.
Admission. lie. Mc and 75c Keserred seats
on sale at Tierce's.
No Universal Remedy
baa yet been discovered ; trat, aa IX least
1 oar-fifths of human diseases have their
source in Impure Blood, a medicine
which restores that fluid from a de
praved to a healthy condition comes aa
near being a universal cure as any that
can be produced. Ayer'a Saraaparllla
affects the blood in each stage of its
formation, and is, therefore, adapted to
a greater variety of complaint! than maj
other known medicine.
Boils and Carbuncles,
which defy ordinary treatment, yield to
Ayer's Sarsaparilla after a comparatiT
ly brief triaL
Mr. C. K. Murray, of Charlottesville,
Vs., writes that for years he was af
flicted with boils which caused him
much suffering. These were succeeded
by carbuncles, of which he had several
at one time. He then began the use of
Ayer'i Sarsaparilla, and after taking
three bottles, the carbuncles disap
peared, and for six years he ha not had
ren a pimple.
That insidious disease. Scrofula, la
the fruitful cause of innumerable com
plaints. Consumption being only one of
many equally fatal. Eruption, ulcer,
ore eyes, glandular welling, weak
and wasted muscles, a capricious appe
tite, and the like, are pretty sure indi
cations of a scrofulous taint in the
system. Many otherwise beautiful face
are disfigured by pimples, eruptions,
and unsightly blotches, which arise
from impure blood, showing the need of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla to remedy the eviL
All sufferers from blood disorder
should give Ayer's Sarsajiarilla a fair
trial, avoiding all powders, ointments,
and washes, and esiiecially cheap and
worthies compounds, which not only
fail to effect a cure, but more frequently
aggravate and confirm the diseases they
are fraudulently advertised to remedy.
Or. J. C. Ayar A Co., Lowttl,
Sold by all Drucflsts.
Fries tl; ate bottles, fA.
Room 5 A 8. Mitchell Blot.
A. LB WIM.
S. K. Cor. Miln and Market fit.
-ITT H. SMITH,
If aaTss or Aoras tbbtb OArrao
ww m TiMunruKll-'.inilCT Arsmde.Prlat'
He. Kotrarer and FahlooaWeSiOoiaT.
WsadtDerrvoas sou earn aa-csreswss .
nccnstu.1T ued monttlr by orer VJ)
Ztimlarn t noetags stampa anils
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FORMS OF SWEAKIXG.
VARIOUS FACTS ABOUT OATHS,
CIENT AND MODERN.
Form, Vtetl Among tbe Ucbru Tito
Oltyuks In MImtIm llow the Orveks
and ItoiuMiis nurc 1'rofatilty of Ameri
cans -I rvuclt Kfug. )
The oath uas originally an appeal tc
divine authority toratlfy au assertion.
The eld Greek gods swore bj tbe Styx,
and Jehovah is represented in the early
boots of the Bible as swearing by himself,
there being none higher The forms of
oath among the Hebtvs were: "By the
3od of Abraham,' "God do so unto me,"
tnd more also. "God kllOetll,,' with
.iner appeals 01 similar cnuructer
Oaths were originally taken fur tlio
performance of certain acts, to plrdgo
allegiance to a ocrehm, to pledge
hovereign to the performance of his duty
to bis people, or to accomplish judicial
purposes. The witness lilted his hundi
to hvaeu cr laid one hand on the head of
the accused Persons making promises
io one another laid their hands on one
another's thighs. Oaths were taken be
fore the altar, us the place most sacred.
In Assam, In farther India, two persons
desiring to allirtii with great solemnity
take a fowl or a doc, one by the head, the
other by the tail. The Ostjnks in Silxrla
when brought into court Mu-ur by the
head of a bear, making a motion with thu ,
jaws, and eipn-s-ing the hojie that they
may be tleiouni if they speak Jalely " i
OATHS Ob ANCIENT 1IM1. 1
In ancient times it was considerctl c-I
sential to the alidity of an oath that the i
witness should hold something in his '
hand, or place his hand on some object
of great sanctit Willi the Jew-, It w..j
the lwok of the law, which led t the Use
of the Bible in Christian courts The
Bedouin Arabs have from ancient, times
used various forms of adjuration. One
of these was "I5y the Temple." One still
in Use is as follows: The person taking
'.lie oath takes hold of the uudiRa !ole of
the tent and swears by jlc jjf,. of the
tent and its owners. Mohamine-t swore
by the .setting of the stars," tlio most
poetical oatli on tveord, though hardly so
matfuiliceiit as the oft quoted adjuration
of William the Conqueror, "By thu splen
dor of God " Itonian oaths were made)
with great solemnity mid elaboration. lit
itomaii mythology Juno, making u prom
ise to slrt-p. is represented as taking
heaven in one hand and the earth in tlio
other. Greeks and ltomuns swore liy
their gods, bj the Styx, by Olympus, by
hell, by their sacred sjinngs or riers, by
the sun and moon Their oaths wcro
valuable in the earl dajs of the republic,
but worthless after the3 Iwcamc corrcipr.
Oaths lost their sanctity and iM-camc col
loquial or profane among the Jen s nt nn
early date. Greek ladies swore daintily
by Venus, Diana and Juno, and uow-and
then by some of the male gods whoso
names were taken in vain by their liege
lords. The ICoinnns swore by Jupiter,
Hercules and their other numerous deities.
Their women Militated those of Greece.
There has always leen the danger of
making the oath too common, and thus
destroying its sanctity. Though this has
made iwrjury easy, it scarcely explains
how judicial or other forms of swearing
grnduaky lost their dignity and became a
part of the everyday speech of men and
women. In the early da) s of Christiinity
oatlis were regarded with a superstitious
reercncc that made them binding. They
lust their force in the Middle Ages so
completely that it was thought necessary
to supply their place with the trial by
combat, contact with redhot iron, and
similar barbarous judicial expedients ro
comjiel a criminal to proe las innocence.
During the Dark Ages profane swearing
llgured among the lost arts. In due time
it had itn renaissance and nrrhed at its
present perfection, with a vocabulary if
not a literature of its own. The English
have been greatly git en to profanity since
an early period in their history. Henry
the Eighth swore often and vulgarly, and
his daughter snore like a trooper. The
profane American usually calls on God
to anathematize some person or some
object which has offended, or simply ana
thematizes his eyes or snme other part of
his person. Tbe profanity that is some
what rvQned in social centers becomes
coarse and occasionally picturesque ;
the frontier The oaths of the rural Xew
Knglandcr, or pf Ms rural descendants t
other stales, "by gush" j '5 golly,"
are w ithout doubt Corruptions of the more
emphatic media nl appeals to the Supreme
OATHS OF FKENCH MOXAKCTIS.
Iuis IX, of Prance, so superstitionsly
devout in his old age, swore by God's
llesurreclioa. Charles Till stvore by llio
Light of (Sod, w hich was more poetic and
t-uited to Ids character as a chivalrous
knight, Iuis XII, who merited the title
Father of his People, treated the deity
with less fumiliarit. He simply said,
when he desired to emphasize tho asser
tion, "May the devil carry mo off'"
Francis I, w ho had lieen knighted by the
Chevalier Bajard, asseverated "On the
word of a gentleman." As for Bayard
himself, the most finished and-irreproach-able
knight of his age. his favorite adjura
tion was Ivy the "Head of God." Charles
IX satisfied his morbid desire for some
form of profanity with a terse "God's
Death." Henry IV had two oaths with
wtich he f reel y pnnctuated his convcrsa
ln: "By the belly of St. Gri" and
' Tarnldicu." St. Gris was the god of
A'unknrds. and he swore by him as an old
woman might haie sworn by Bacchus.
"Jarnidicu" meant Je recic Dicn, that is,
"I deny God," or let me deny God if this
is so or is not so, meaning to appeal to
something impossible. Thi9 form of pro
fanity did not please his confessor, Cot on,
who begged him to deny any one rather
than God himself, for instance. So the
king changed his form of adjuration to
"Jnrnicoton." "I deny Colon.'
The French swear "Par Xotro Dame"
as the Euglish "By Our Lady " This form
of oath lias naturally disappeared from
the profane v oenbiilary of Protestant na
tions, but is Mill used by Frenchmen, and
sometimes by 1 "rei.ch ladies in the con
tracted form of dame. It is'curious to
onsen e that while profanity in France,
and 'to n certain extent in all Catholic
countries, has become meaningless, in
England mid America it retains in most
mo Ulis much of its original blasphemous
character, perhaps because there bale
been such slight changes in its selling.
There are English sjveakiiig iiersons w ho
swear with astonishing volubility without
themselves attaching the slightest mean
ing' to the profane words or being moved,
so far as can 1 perceived, by any ill fill
ing. Still, jt is not expected that an Eng
lish or American gentleman will swear in
the presence of ladles, nor does a gentle
man raise himself in the estimation cf
others of his sex by using profane oaths
as a safety valve to his overburdened
enmli.tus. San Francisco Chronicle.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets Pos
sess Powerful Potency, Pass Painlessly,
Promote Phjsical Prosperity.
There are nine British missionary socie
ties now laboring In Africa, with an aggre
gate annual expenditure of S 1.000.000.
Rheumatism originates in lactic acid in
the blood, which settling in the joints causes
the pains and aches of tbe disease. Mood'
Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism by neutral
izing the acidity of the blood, and giving
it richness and vitality. Try Hood's Sat
saparilla. It seems to be French scripture to visit
the sins of the son-in-law upon the head of
his wife's father.
C c roul(I enJ7 yur dinner
J TV and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for .Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. 25 and 60 cents.
Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and
. u. .!. HTn.n rH-,l r Qlni.l' I
Perhaps be struck because he was too lazy
to saw them.
ChaaapUn's Liquid Pearl, SO Cent.
J. LKJC. "., J.v wuytua Auiiut.
Don't pay 75 anless so printed on bottle
A JapaiMM Eireitlo!.
As each man stepped from tlio atb on
to tha plateau his eyes were firmly hand
ngedvnth white paper, the only act of
mercy I saw vouchsafed that morning.
Hnallr they were ranged hi line, tho two
cripples huddled on the ground, their poor
heads as they dropped from shoulder to
shoulder l?ing roughly buffeted to a
pio'-er angle bv the policemen in charge.
This accomplished, amid a silence so
absolute that we could almost hear our
hearts beat, the great man on the camp
stool rose, and unfolding a large docu
ment, read in a loud voice what we sup
posed to be u description of thu crimes
for which the poor fellows were to suffer
mid the process f condemnation and sen- '
tence. This was a ver long business.
and beforu-it had nonrlv finished tlio
native spectators were "laughing and
men w ith that callousness to liuuuui sulTei
ingwhith so much blackens the otherwise
amiable and pleasing character of Hit
At last it w as llnishttl. As there were
but five holes for seven prisoners, two
would be obliged to remain in blind
agony while their comtiauions were being
dk-iatchcd. Tive men were accordingly
"Jirust foiward with the staves and lists
of tho police: each man was made to
eqiiut on a mound, his clothes if filthy,
tattered rags could be called clothes
stripped from Ins tlioiiMers, his hands
tied behind his luck and his head pushed
forward over the hole.
Our fet'hugs at this aw ful moment can
better be imagined than describe, but I
think wo felt quite as much pity for tho
two ioor w retches left alone to listen to
what wis going on. without that artificial
aid to fortitude which the sight of a crowd
Go:iirii;ii.s gives, as for their companions
on their death seats. Undoubtedly iie
cution by the trenchant Japanese sword
h as merciful a death as can be desired;
but tho Oriental nature, as if to compen
sate for this erring on tlio side of mercy,
countcrlialaiices it by an undue prolonga
tion of the pieurations for death, which
is worse tl-in a Iiiuidr d deaths. So in
As tho poor fellov t knelt over their
holes tho execution?! slowly and delil
emtely took olT his oat and liared liis
anus. Then he took from its silk casing
the fatal sword, examined it fondly and
liiigvringly- from the Yasuri me. or
lilmg on the hilt to keep tho grasp from
slip ling, along the Kiiiiinon or the groove
in the blade, to the 'Mint; held it over a
iail w bile a coolie trickled water down
it, and with a grc-at deal of settling of his
feet was ready. 1 felf sick and giddy,
but 1 kept mv eves on the scene. At z
sign from the official on the camp stool
the executioner raised his sword slightly,
iiardly half a dozen indict, and almost
l.fore 1 could realize it the man's head
was lianging over the hole by a single
ligament and the blood was gushing forth
I then saw- why tlio executioner had
not completely severed the head; and the
wonderful skill of the Japanese swords
men, using, as they do. the most jicrfect
weaiions in the world, can le imagined
in so arranging the force of the blow that
alisolute decapitation does not take place.
He tore the head oil" and held it toward
the four sides of the square; then he gave
it to a coolie, who roughly plastered the
severed jiortiou with clay and stuck it on
a kind of elevated shelf. In the niean
w lnle two coolies were thumping on the
lock of the prostrate body to hasten the
rush of blood, after which one of the
coarse mats wa thrown over it and it
was laid aside.
I liati seen enough, and I turned my
head away as the executioner, after wip
ing his blade with paper, approached the
second poor wretch. Cor. Gentleman's
Saving the Odds and Ends.
Tiie principle or the indestructibility
of matter impresses manufacturers of nil
classes. It is somewhat allegorical to sar
so. but a steor is driven into a stock car
at his rativo ranch, and shortly after he
is distributed over the country as dressed
beef, caii!nd leef, clue, horn combs, lioni
buttons, neatsfoot oil, oleomargarine,
plasterer's liair, leather and fertilizing
material. Tho same way is with a cot
ton plant, which does duty as cotton
cloth, a good imitation of juto matting.
as cotton seed oil, as oil cake for feeding
cattle when the oil is pressed out, and
even tlio little cotton liler which attaches
to the seed is neatly Jieeled off and used
in the manufacture of tlie clothing ma
terial known as shoddy.
In the tobacco manufacturing business.
for many years, tho stems taken from
Hie leaves were so much waste, except
tho small proportion tliat found its way
into thovirv coarse grades of smoking
tobacco, for vvliich there is no longer a
market. I'rom the nicotine in the stems
U now extracted, by steaming, vvliat is
known a sheep wash," a liquid for
killing vermin tliat infest sheep. Thi3
lloni saves the wool interests of America
millions of dollars annually, in checking
various diseases. The stems, oven after
this process, are found to be an invalu-
ible fertilizer, and the great western to
bacco manufacturers ship to tho imwv
jrished farms of the eastern states thou
sands of irales annuallv of tobacco steins.
-J J. Hutler in Globe-Democrat.
JiiiMlvantages of Iletng Mute.
A teacher in one of our deaf and dumb
institutes lias presented some statistics
relative to the sign language which are
3f interest as showing the great disad
vantage a mute labors under as compared
with one who can articulate. He lias
counted the average number of words a
pupil uses ier day and finds them to 1
l.lH. It is estimated that a mother
articulates 27,000 words to her child
each day. Ev on allowing for the parts
of sentences mado to do dutv for the
whole, and the many signs used by the
mutes to express whole ideas, we can
understand in some degree tho disadvan
tages of even the most favorable condi
tions. Chicago Tribune.
lMuratloti lit the South.
BfCeiit investigations liavo shown that
nearly a million pupils are in the public
iCJksmN of the southern states; that the
amount of money expended annually for
schools is ?1 1. 545,000, and that since 18S0
the numjier of public schools has been in
creased from 45,000 to G1.5S.I. In faco
of these figures the talk concerning illiter
acy in the south is without foundation m
tact. There is illiteracy, of course, but
nothing like what has bees stated.
Tonight nnd Tomorrow XiUt,
And each day and night this week, you can
get at T.J. Casper's drug store, 41 east
Main street, Kemp's Balsam for the Throat
and Lungs, acknowledged to be the m jst
successful remedy ever sold for the cure of
coughs, croup, bronchitis, whooping cough,
asthma and consumption. Get a to'.tle to
day and keep it always in the house, so you
can check your cold at once. Price 50c and
SI. Sample bottles free.
A forest lire on one of the mountains
near Salt Lake City surrounded and burned
to death a flock of 700 sheep.
A Cai:i. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, I will send a receipt that will cure you.
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to Rev.
Joseph T. Inn.an, Station 1). New York
The front of Tweed's old fire hat is pr,-1
served in a New lork collection.
-K TKxgV iVLVr's HSi
toother at hand. It is the only aafe
medicine yet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
o Morphine, but rlrea tbs child natural
tate from fain. PrimSSceata. Sold by
rrank H. CoblenU, corner Market ud
Adiertislng a patent medicine In the pe
culiar way in which the proprietor of
Kemp's Balsam, for coughs and colds, does
It Is indeed wondeitul. He authorltes T.
J. Casper, druggut, 41 east .Main street, to
gUe those who call lor It a sample bottle
free, that thev miv trv It before nurchas-
im.r..ia ro.i.. TJaTrDfi.u'i rrnru ruim i-nt-nt- m am ni m- i -aassaS
Ing. The largo bottles are 50 and SI. We '
certainly would advlsea trial. It may save
you from consumption.
At weddings tie Creek church ues tv.o
rings, one of gold and the other of sliver.
In Spain and Portugal tluee rings are
placed upon the lingers of the bride at the
words; "In the name of the Father and of
the b.n and of the Holy Ghost."
"ROrGU ON PILES."
Whr suffer Piles 1 Immediate relief and com.
clrto cure guaranteed. Ask for "Rough on
PllesA' Surecureforltchlng, protruding, bleed-
tog,oT&ytormoi PUes. 5Uc AtDniggUUor
mUeJ- t-. 8. eUs, Jersey City, N.J.
Wells' "Health ltcnewer" re6 tores health and
Tiger, cures Dvspepsla, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women. II.
WKU.S HAIR BAUsAM.
If grav, restores to original color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops baircom
ing out strengthens, cleanses, healascalp. 50c
Griudiiia's Idea (a slight misunderstand
ing) Urother Tom ays that bicjclt-ridiiifr. Is
splendid exercise for the calves. Grandma
savs it may be, but she can't for the life of
her see how vou would get them to stay on.
fVV A and reliable Medicinea are tbe best
VJ to depend upon. Acker'sBloodEl
ixlr has been prescribed for years for all lm
puritiesoftheBIood. Ineveryformof Scrof
ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, itls
Invaluable. For Rheumatism,! no eanal.
Frank II. Cablentz, corner Market an
ConM 'ice In the dog: Colored hunts-1
man- 1) looks powerful like de Whlderj
Snota s old shanifhL hut 1 se irot too much
I confidence in dat ar dog to b'leve he'd pint
i an) thing 'ceptin' it was some kinder pater-
rheu Baby was sick, we gar her Castorla,
When alie was a Child, she cned for C'Mtoria,
When aha became Miss, she clang to Castorla,
When ah had Children, she gate thea Castorla
Mr. Moody is In his tiftv-lirst jear. and
has been engaged in evangelistic work for
twenty-three years. He is married and has
three children. He was born at Xortlitield,
Mass., and was converted at Boston.
Tftvt v trlCe with any Throat cr
AJ3V V Lang Disease. If you have
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,'
and we guarantee it. Price 10 and 50c
Frank U. Coblentz, corner Market and
Women do not generally avail themselves
of the privilege to vote for school officers In
Massachusetts. Only S37 women have reg
istered this year in Boston, against -J.-oS in
18S5, and l.lPjm 18sQ.
There is no doubt about the honest worth
of A v er'a Sarsaparilla as a blood puriner.
Thousands, who have been benefited by its
use, will attest Its virtues. 1 his remedy
cures liver and kidney complaint, and erad
icates every trace ot disease from the sys
tem. John Edman is to start a Finnish paper
at Ishpemif g. Mich., January 1. It .will
be the only daily of the kind in the United
is warranted. Is because it is the best
Blood Preparation known. It wiU posi.
tivelr cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds np tbe
constitution. Remember, we guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Tbe famous gilded dome of Boston is
gradually assuming a reddish hue.
Fits AH fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Great ive Restorer. Xo fits after first
day's use. .Marvelous cures. Treatise and
!2 trial bolt ' ice to til cases, bend to
Dr. Kline, 931 Aich street, Philadelphia,
Advlrt to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Svrup, forchll-
dren teething. Is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and phjsiclans In
the United States, and has been used for
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its v alue is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cutis dysen
tery raid diarr!iaa. griping in the bowels
and wind colic. By giving health to the
child It rests the mother. Price 25c a bottle.
FmcU Worth Knowing.
In all disease of the nasal mucous mem
brane the remedy used must be uon-lrrltat-ing.
The medical profession has been
slow to learn this. Nothing satisfactory
can be accomplished with douches, snuffs.
powder, syringes, astringents or any similar
application, because they are all Irritating,
do not thoroughly reach the affected sur
faces and should be abandoned as worse
than failures. A multitude of persous who
had for ears boine all the worry and pain
that catarrh can inflict testify to radical and
permanent cures wrought by Ely's Cream
A Kind a.vu GKnhiioi's Decd.
Kev. A. Barber, superanuate member of
St. Louis Conf. M. E. church, writes from
Moran, Kansas: "This recommendation
is written without solicitation from any
one; but 1 owe it to those similarly afflicted
to say that by the use of the "shaker h
tract of Roots (Siegel's Sjrup) I was cured
of an obstinate and almost fatal indiges
tionboth stomach and Hvcr being com
pletely torpid. I was reduced to a living
skeleton. Friends family and physician
had given me up. 1 was keeping the spark
ed1 life alive w ith a diet of raw eggs and
milk. Now both stomach and liver are
performing their functions. 1 have many
friends in Western Ohio, X E. Iowa and
S. W. Mo. who would lik to know tills.
Tiie Honest Suakeh, although tie does
not boast of his pmity, alwavs makes
goods that can be relied uion; for instance,
his Shaker Extract of Roots (Siegel's
Svrup) is really a valuable article. It is
not recouiinended as a cure-all, but as a
remedy for one single disease, viz: Indi
gestion, in which disease it worus like a
charm. The Shaker Tar Caspus cuie
This powder neet Tarles. A manrel of pu
rity, strength and wholesomeness. More eeo
nnmle&l than the ordinary kind, and cannot
be sold In competition with tbe multitude of
low test, abort welgbt, alum or phnspbate
powder. Sold only In can. Kotat. Bakuo
Powbss Co.. log Wall ttreet. New lork.
i rmrMMMiMwrwrwTMwrrm alxixijiii 1 1 1 !?i ri iriiiu. an i: sbbi aa 1 s. 1 ay-v.
"""""" " "-,"' w ,w " "" ' tttfft
We doubt If there is. or can be, a (pactSa
remsdy for rhauxaatltm ; bat thousand who
have suffered its pains have beej freatly ben
efited by Hood's Sarsaparilla. If yon aara
failed to find relief, try this great remedy.
" I was afflicted with rbeiunanam twenty
years. Previous to 1SS3 1 found oo relief, but
grew worse, and at one tune was almost help
less. Mood's Sarsaparilla did me mors good
than all the other medicine I ever had."
H. T. BiLCOM. Shirley Village. Mass.
" I had rheumatism three years, and got no
I relief till I took Bead's Sarsaparilla. It has
1 done great things for me. I recommend it to
! others." L'.wis Bchb.vjk. Bnldeford. Me.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is characterized by
three peculiarities : 1st, the tombbuttton o!
remedial agents ; Sd, the pnportUm; 3d, the
promts of securing the active medicinal
qualities. The result Is a medicine of unusual
strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown.
Send tor book containing additional evidence.
" Hood's Sarsanarllla tones ud my svsteta.
purifies my blood, sharpens my appetite, and
seems to make me ever." J. r. TnoMrsosc,
Kegisterot Deeds, Loaell, Mass.
" Hood's Sarsaparilla tieats all others, and
is worth Its weight In gold." I. BaBaiKOTOV,
130 bank Street, New York City.
Sold by all druggists. It ; six for as. Mads
only by C L HOOD ft CO., Lowell, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar.
THIS is the top of the gen
uine "Pearl Top" Lamp
This is the
exact label on
each one of the
may say and
think he has as
good, but he has not.
Insist upon the exact label
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.
I WANT AGENTS ,R.
To mv a bumI worn!! of &.
entr tn4 ..bU.tr. ia
rl terns will be ctvom.
Tb ew aler work oa sew
pr j net pie which aeve Uboc
md clothing esoncoaelr.
Sample nt on two
'IndtiFijwa sushi f as
jninnwo ini mum ic roenoatntu raooeej
trTerywti'r Jllutntscircnariic tnnfree.
J, WORTH.&OU M m,17IO FMKUN An.ST.LociMIlL
Our ll no
i Be tinss
qulto and Ml
blsmlihs. posttrvstf essHt
I on tlis most daUeat akm
wlOunt leaving aaosr, by
Trio SMs BOeta.andlL,
at( OoHw Inrlos.OoM.
urn tar wm wiiiiiw,
iFor tmlm by all Sprlnejtteld Drncsiettv
The only S3 BKAUXKWl
oat tscK or nsus
Finest Calf. Derrect :
Botloo and Ice. s
tries toe. AssrUsh
sU iw Uw
W. 1 DOUtTLAS mM BBOBt Is
Mll tor besry wtsr. It sot sold br yosr
wnu w. I- aiuuuajsa. susssii
W. L. DOUGLASS HHOsT. tbe orlttnal and
only Hand-sewed Welt S4 Shoe In the world.
euuals custom made, band-sewed Shoe that
C3St from to i').
BOSTON SHOE STORE,
No. 9 Kast Main 1lrt. NnrlsaHsId, O
s-sss s sssssssssss
Judicious AovcsTismo. ithe M
KtTSTONC TO SUCCt. "
t Price consistent with J
1 1 w
k lasan Pertoat Rettesd
r CI.. - Arwit jlffrttw!. Fui FfimflJ, u.
IIMPALLlBLe iftakea u dirtrtcd. A. Fill mti
'Ilmrtmtt. 1RIOM IM 91 mi URIC UNI.
"it patients, they par"1 ciprcuchaixnoa bos wbM
M.ive.1. Ssod namM. r. O. Ml tlpffs sddrcn at
I jifl.ctr.1 to Or KLINEjoii Arcs Schnladelchla-Pa.
Okkui tLil-AtS OF lUITATUte FXAUOS,
TH1 ItlW, DOTAimni DRUMS
flare made wtiti patent double sella- nos and
" - foldtaa- kae re- UtBt,
mbstsatiu ana naseaome.
DaedlBlheDett Bands sad
m: x -mr
I Orcbeitraa. UBeaoeled for
I tone, rpsss all others Is
aolih and appearasee. It
I nearest Mute dealer does
I not keea tbem. write to a
for Illastnued Catalofw.
To sell our reliable N V RSERY 8TOCK. Price
Unequaled adTantaces. Permanent em-
iTtnent. salaki a.vu E.i-asASE.s or
LIBKUA1. COMMISSIONS PAID. Exper-
lence not necessary. Write for term at once.
Iloehester. N. V. Established 1S3S.
ST IM TNI
lutfttraafe. Mad in
CaJUry. llaUac s4 TaissS aU-
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Pltrsbsrc. Cincinnati ni.il t. I.ouls Rail.
way Company ran lluDille Iloute.
Under schedule m effect November 18,
18S7, trains leave Sptlugticld, central stand
aru time, tor Xenla, Dd)ton, Rictimoiid,
St. Louis, Chicago, and all jtolnts west and
northwest, Cincinnati, Coiuiubu and east
ward :SU a. in , lor Xenia, Uajtou, Rich
mond and Indianapolis 1 10.20 a. m., lor
Xenia, Daton, Cincinnati, Columbus, In
dianapolis, St. IaiuIs ami Chicago "3-30 p.
m., for ienla, Dayton and Cincinnati 3:00
Trains arrive In Springfield at (Vr25 and
1010 a. m.. f-:0 p. m. and f5:3U p. in.
Dally, f Uaily except Sunday.
S .M Dodos, Ticket Agent.
'tMeeelsuid, Uoinubus, Cincinnati sad
Inaianauolu Katlway. i
OO1X0 ST. '
S 5lcbt Bxpress . 'lJCaa I
It Hew Tork Jt Boston Kxpress Nuais '
t Clerelanu Jt Kasiern Kxpresa . J.45iim
t Sew fork Limited Kxpress .-i.V pal
Wight Kxpress J0 am
O apu.. tin. Jt es. Ki 6 10 aai
1 CI u. Fin at; llnckeye 7J.-iara
t Ctnelanati Ji Indianapolis Kipress.-ll.Mj am
S UleTeland a Cincinnati Kxpress LJUpaa
31 South i. WeslKxpieis . .4.0Uiiu
CtoU.,lnd.,Dt. Louis Jk Kan. Xx LS5ti
AkKlVK FKOtf EAST. I
9 NlBbtExpreis 'iai am '
1 Ctu.rlituiclluckeye 7-i).aii.
J Clevelan Jt Clnclunatl Kxpress .. lii lil I
lSewturk, Huston A. Ulnclnnatl LxN jjpro
xaxiri yaoa south.
S Nlcbt Kxpress us am
la Daytcn. aprtngfield Aceom.tr't ja am I
1 New York Jt Boston Limited ViOam
U Cincinnati A ciirlucneld Atcum l.)ii,n.
1 Cle?eiana A Eastern Kxpress 3.45 pm
lb Cincinnati Jt tjprlDktneld Accum.. 6.15 pm
41 New York Limited tipress... lui6 pm
No. 11 ba tbroUKli sleepers to Aew kuraaud
Boston without cbaoice.
No. 4 Is tbe famous limited express, om
Djeed entirely ctsisepers. east ol Cleteland
ItUoOKb Sleep i s rrjia SprtLKfield. Make
New xorkln Mi., L.urs and Boston In nit
D.B. MARTIN. JffBSiu '
9. P. A. Hcrtiucaeld.O
St. Vfenn.A Ohio and ErlrEoule.
All trains run on Central time Its minutes
Slower (ban city time.
TSAIifS LIATI OOINO IAST.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally 10:28 a. re,
" x. Accoin.. dally .. J-15P. a.
No. o Xow York last Express. Jilp.m
No. 3. Cln.iSl. Louis Kx..daily :)A.n:.
" 1. Aecom..dally lt):lua m.
" 5. St-Loulj Ex.,dally 3:44 p.m.
No. 5 baa Ihrouitb Sleepers to M. Louis ,u
4 runs tbroucb to -Sev, oik solid. No clianr
of cars lor auy class of passengers.
Free back to trains to all poluts east of, anr '
Iscludluic north Levtfsbun:.
'or tickets to all points and further lnfot
Telephone call 310.
Indiana, Illoomlu;tnn and Western Kall
AISITI rXOM OITE. i
1 Cincinnati Emress 1 CO a n !
5 bandusky and &prlnneld H. . "i a rr
3 coiumous .iiaii... . .
ASEITK rROU IAST.
. 4 20 Dm
I Night Express..
. 1 45 a n.
& Chlcaico, St. L. 4 Kan. City Mm
. 6 4ii a a
. 10 3.1 am
7 Danduaxy .Man
3 Cblcaco.St. L.J: Kan. City tt
arriti raou VIST.
2 Eastern Express
6 New York Limited -
DirAiT ooiso join.
2 Lakeside Express 2 4.J a m
4 Put-In-Bay Kxpress lU.Siam
5 SprlnfOeld and sandesky Ki... tioipti
k DiriET b010 IAST.
2 Columbus Express 2 35 a it
4 Atlautle .Mall "sMttt
I Columbus Accommodation 6 4D a a
6 New York Limited . 4 35 p m
orrAXT ooivo wist.
1 Nlcbt Kxpreis...
5 CnTeaxo.St.L. Jr
5 Cbicano. et. L. Jr Kan. City llm 611am
5 Cblcaco, ot. L. A Kan. City Ei..
5 15 p 03 .
Ohio Southern Kavllrosul.
akxite raou SOUTU.
3 Balnbrldie Accommodation..
1 Mall and Kxpress
BIPAIT 00150 SOCTH.
2 Mall and Express 1035 a it
4 Balnbrldie Accommodation..- 5 20 p m
All trains marked run dally;all others dalli
except t-unday. standard time.wblcb Is a
minutes slower than bnr ncflfM rltv tlm.
D. H ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
A PLEASURE .TrT
Ad lta kindrwl iirttMrnts, IniU.rtIn. t'att
MlMtlMi ind Bill4Mvrvt. AGARIC ia
a Furs vccetablc tonic, pim.
uttUut4-. MILDLY STIMULATING
ad Ma b ttkm. with a rtHtmh. U bniiciai to
thOMtabaaVjUtlUld lHTSaiusI ! iKMSnld
IsMa f Mcrre power. T17 it 000s and jon
will mm tt ahvaim.
SI.00 FOR 1 QUIRT BOTTLE.
for sale by DrnraiaW, Wlna MrrcbuUL sad
ownl DmIot tErooibnat tha United aulas
ba ssttuic tt f or yon.
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GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS.
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c?atndwe7or4s4oitohssaAEr naot w-
vtiSf SEMINAL PASTILLES.X
A Baikal Crf arerPIsuUtr.Osaa(j 3I
s9dMea. Terl frl'IcIvttXMTsla tzmn
t31i i-sdVan. ttrtAA f ; Tl rbfcYM- 4k nsoiV
t"frt aa fall M-uUt EtmictJi tad VL-OTOiuIIsl:h.
T linsi fTiri iTn Isms (.ww iSariailiaaaasai
rro3l:Smrcni fty JiijetjOn.irTOnrvUaU
CiXlL PACKAOn rKwh niaf d tmnpbimt.
mm sMsTffsTnlPsT wsiimtMnVvr-r.i--
Corn Kinilen re
Uinat dlsomnt to BKIOBTTs
nJe. Isa and klndrad allmeata.
TTSf . T. UDLET te CO.,
U18 Utalle Slret, - - CMea-a, W
For nale by Lord, Owen A Co., Whole
sale Drugcists, Clilrttga.
iavsxiMaueSS f W BaV
11111 . Lsi,llasw
h4 (rnnytktwTTvn.mcmw.mtljmtl-mmtm, SSaw
1 Mnsall AM baII Bsaw4waKJtsB stlSslSf
is s mrwt (us-
i--rMiiir miaii. mm mi
Tae u. II. tif sfc.C,!
: SHOES !
is fully and beautifully
has already gained a more
yv c ,, - go ? jt
JO 1-2, PLUM STREET YARD.
XJrs mwtthtmtnmtim.mvi mil Qssm4v
mus. taswa m
TliaWmii inisnuTw FnSmi
B III 111 l III as MHsHsii.
ue twicai prtnetpir Ectjat
taU(Btti -- '--
ass frit WttSoot aVrJiV. "
JlsTafi aIBBUs 4MPInll1 (VStrllsainA
HAWMSRCMCOY 20M Bra I
mummi m issiniinssi n I I ! m
MICROBE KILLER !
Is cow tbe race In Austin, Tex. Mr. Kilns.
Nuiseryman. Austin. Texas. Is tbe inreotor.
lie Cure Krerr Disease tbat doctors baas
failed to cure. Orer 500 persons In and-arouad
Austin are now using It fend for circular of
bis treatment showing sworn statements and
testimonial of cares made. Address
WIL RADAMIt. MICROBE KIIXXR.
WASTKD-LADIIS for our Fall and Christ
mas trade, to take llgbt. pleasant work. at
their own homes, f 1 to s3 per day can be qui
etlrmade. Work sent by mall anr distance.
Particulars free. Nocaniaslne. Addressat
oaee.CKKsCENT AET CO.. 11T Milk street,
Boston. Mass. Box 5170.