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81 e was tha reigning betlel
Bu-algntway m lore l fell;
Potent became the spell
Too plain tor mHn
Then for a time I wooed
For her sweet favor sued.
Till I'd my courage screwed
Up to lbs -asking "
Out of the glare and beat
Where to the music's beat
Tripped the untiring feet
Of the car dancr.
Oently I led my fair
Partner. o debonair.
Told her the whole, asd theft
Walled her answer
Sweet was the flowers' perfume
Weird the eoshadowtng gloom;
From the cay. lighted room.
Sweet strains came faintly.
Turning, she smiled and blushed.
Murmured surprise, and flushed.
Then. In the silence hushed.
Answered me quaintly.
Doubtless yoo thmk she said.
When she had raised uer head.
That which all lovers dread:
"She'd be my sister 1"
That where you've made a guess
Wrong, as you must confess;
For she said softly: -Year
Yesl and I kissed herl
Prank Itoe Batcbelder in Life.
Not Familiar with the Game.
Qtlreu Do you know anything about
Stronger So, dr. I do not At least, so
my friends say
Citizen Then yon don't take any interest
in the national game!
Stranger A little. Tm manager of a club.
New York Sun.
Thonghtfal ol Others.
Tramp Can you give me a place to sleep,
Woman You can sleep in the barn if you
Tramp Couldn't yon give me a bed in the
bouse" Pm a heavy sleeper myself, ma'am,
and 1 wouldn't feel right if I should keep yon
waiting for breakfast. The Epoch.
Where It Is Stored.
Ts there any snch thing as law in this
country 1 should like to known said an irate
individual as he rushed into the prosecuting
"Yes, of course there Is," was the reply.
"Just glance through that copy of the Re
vised Statutes over there." Merchant Trav
eler. Calm Advice.
Enraged Husband Maria, I can endure
this existence no longer. 1 am going to blow
my brains out!
Wife ralmlyi Dont attempt It, John.
You have neter had any success in firing at
small targets. Chicago Tribune.
A Terrible Threat.
"Then you absolutely refuse to marry meP
"1 do," was the young lady's firm reply.
"Have a cere. Miss Eajones," said the
young man. with a dangerous glitter in his
eye, "consider the matter well. I am the
publislier of an elite directory that is almost
ready for the press." Chicago Tribune.
A Valuable Instrument.
A New York man owns a piano which cost
f4A,0UO. it is not stated what makes it so
valuable, but probably it refuses to give
forth a sound when struck before ? a. m. or
after 0 n. m.. or when the neighbors next
door have the windows open. Nomstown
The Shinies Swiss.
Omaha Councilman (traveling in Europe)
What's them bluffs!
Kative Those, sir, are the Alps.
"Humph! They need grading badly."
Trouble In the Neighborhood.
Visitor no Mrs. McMoIligcn. bruised and
batteredi You are not looking very well
this morning, Mrs. McMolligen.
Mrs. McMolligen No. mum, but hiven
rest yer sowl, me Jeddy, wait till ye say Mrs.
Conn Kelly in tbe shanty beyant Judge.
An Hxretlent Recommendation.
"Could you direct roe to some restaurantP
"Yes, sir. go up the street two blocks and
70u1) find the best place in town."
"Be in town Ileallyr
"Yes, sir I board there myself."
"Is that a recommendation "
"I should say so. I'm the owner of the es-
labllshmeut." Nebraska State Journal.
Quit a DlnereDce.
Citizen (to small boy outside the Polo
grounds) Are the New Yorks, playing ball
to-day, sonny I
Small Boy (witheringlyl Naw, dey alnt
"playin" ball, dey jest thinks deyre playtn'
talk New York 8un.
HE WAS ADMITTED.
Tbo Future llavor Got In and the Show
Will J Davl of tbe Haymarket theater,
tell f n inht f minstrelsy in a California
town in IVUtluma valley He was manager
of the ihw lucb was given in a skating
rink. opiisiU' a corn field. The average
California!! ww twit unlike the average Chi
cago theater gei lietween acts. He had the
same thirst, tins only difference being that
the Californiau had further to go for his
elixir Mr Davis, knowing something of the
character of tbe Califomian carrying his
point, had atked the city marshal of the
town to occupy a seat with him in tbe box
office. The rusb out between arts hod re
turned, and Mr Davis was preparing to
count up A typical miner presented him
self, whittling with a knife, the blade of
which o ir inches long. "You know meP
said tbe ('jiufornlan.
iir I i 1 -aid he hadnt the honor.
"1 wa in nnl went out," the Califomian
.reinarkl t iming oit-another shaving.
Mr lavii u.kul Inm for his check.
"You ituliil cHetne no check," said the
man witb tlie knife.
"Beg your rinl in," remarked the Chicago
man, who began to feel that be was a long
way from home.
"Pmgoin'iii."aid the Cahfornian, "and
if you try to stop me I'll take this here knife
nd Uv our Uver out where tbe crows'lltiu-k
at it. 11 y understand, you hatched faced.
Ions cared curiosity from the etf '
Mr. Daw-, nudged the to wo marshal, who
got up an J looketl oat of the window. "Is
that yon, Bilir he asked of tho Calif orulan.
"Yea, it's me, and 1 aiat got no chock."
The town marshal turned to Mr. Davis and
said: "Well, if BUI says you didht give him
no check you diunt. And I reckon it's best
for the show to let him go In."
And Bill went in and put his feet on the
back of a man who sat in front of him, but
tbtre was no disturbance. "It was the peace
fulest show 1 ever gave," said Mr. Davis. "1
was In that town some timo after that and I
heard that Bill had been elected mayor."
Encouragement As It Is.
Patient Do you think It Is anything seri
Physician Nothing but n slight lesion In
the muscles of your back. Tale that medi
cine and you'll be all right to-morrow.
Patient What makes you walk so funny,
Physician I've hod a backache for threo
Til bet I've got some of tho meanest
neighbors a fellow ever had," said a man yes
terday to some half dozen loungers. "they"ro
always o.i the borrow. One family In parti
cular sends everyday or tno for a cup of
browned coffee of which wo keep only the
very best and then returns, in place of it, a
most inferior article. We're going to bead
'em off on that, though, they owe us a cup
now, and when they fetch it home, wife's
going to set it away and loan it to m
again T and he chuckled with infinite satis-
-well, sir," continued another, after-a
pause, "roy wife has a worse neighbor than
that She moved Into our neighborhood
about a month ago, and in a few days bor
rowed a cup of sugar. Wlien she returned
it, it wasn't nearly so full. After two or
three such experiences, my wife set the cup
away, and when she returned for another
loon, sent lack the same quantity. It was
still lighter when it was returned, and after
two weera iiassmg back and forth, my wife
handeditoutat last w ith less than a spoon
ful in it."
"How ranch was In It when the woman
sent it homer queried a listener.
"Not a Miigle grain! they had washed the
cupf Detroit Fress Press.
The I'laeo to Trade.
Stranpcr (to tailor) You've got a nice
stock of goods hero.
T-iilor (rubbing his hands) There's nothing
like it this side of tho Atlantic ocean, sir."
Stranger Pe been told that your prices
are aliout right, too.
Tailor Yes, sir; the price I put oa a suit
of clothes is a great injustice to my wife and
family Now, there is a lino of spring and
summer goods of my own importation, and
1 paid cabin passage rates to get Vm here.
That diagonal, the manufacturer assures mo,
was made exclusively for the Prince of
Wales, aud only got into my lot by mistake,
lie offered mo big monevto cet the ponds
Imck for fear of international complications.
Stranger Yoa dont say sol
Tailor Yes, or. But I laughed at him.
When I get bold of a good thing it goes to a
customer every time if I lose money on it. 1
spose yoa will want a nice, stylish spring
"S - "-- Koraeuung ior warm weather I
Stronger N-no. 1 guess not this morn
ing. 1 was trying to get out of the way of a
milk wagon too suddenly a few moments
ago, and i want to gel a suspender button
sewed on. Now York Sun.
Wasn't Csed to It.
A traveler was eating supper in the stnfly
saloon of a Chesapeake bay steamboat, and
wheu he had mushed the meal, the waiter
brought n finger bowl, with that extra touch
of culonxl politeness which preceded the ex
pected fee. Tbe guest moistened his fingers
and lips from tbe bowl, and then a look of
surprise overspread his face. "What is
thatr Le asked. "Water, sah." "It's kero
sene." "Water, sah." "I tell you it's kero
sene," said tLo guest angrily, as tbo fumes of
cool o'l arose from his mustocho and fingers.
"What do you toko ma fori Do vou think
my mustache is a lamp wick I Maybo you
think 1 want to Le a torch light processionr
"Sabr "Take tins stuff away, I tell jou,"
thundered the oil covered tourist Tho ter
rified waiter obeyed, and a moment later re
ap wared ith ouothcr bowl, said trem-
omigiy- -i reckon you was right, sab. I
doue gave y on the tiowl what tho lamps drip
Ui, ." The Argonaut.
An AQIeted Family.
"I wonder what's wrong at the Fahienes'
mansion I The belLi are all mufiied, the side
walk's covered with matting and tbe doctor
just drove away."
"Why, ha ent yon beard I Their pug has
nail Not Helped nim.
Two men sat beside each other on a rail
way train. One of them, putting down a
"That series of articles, 'Books That Hove
Helped Me,' has engaged the attention of
some of the leading literary men of the
"So I've heard," the other man replied
"Have you read any of the articles P
"Bat you have often thought of books that
have helped you, I dare say P
"No, I don't read books, and am therefore
not helped by them. 1 read the titles of
books, but never turn the leaves."
"You must be a busy man."
"1 am," said the man who only glanced at
tbe titles. "I am the book reviewer for The
Bost Literary World." Arkansaw Trav
eler. In Prison.
Curious Stranger So you're a pick
i'risoner Pardon me, no. I'm a collector
of raro coins. Town Topics.
7u Car&XiZ tor tlus.
Red canaries sell for $5 apiece in tho bird
stores. They ore said to be produced from
tbe eggs of an ordinary canary that has been
fed of Cayenne pepper. The y oung birds are
also kept on a red pepper diet until they are
full grown and their plumage has become a
settled and permanent red. Some doubt this
story, but it is stuck to by oil the bird dealers.
New York Sun.
rhe Society of Old nroo-lynltea Will Ite
Bboosxtm, June 4 The Society of Old
Brooklynites have set on foot n movement to
erect a suitable monument to the memory of
the soldiers, sailors and citizens who perished
during the revolutionary war in tho British
prison ships. When the British and Hessian
forces, in 1770, landed at Oravescnd bay and
marched to Brooklyn, there were several
transport ships left at Gravesend until Wash-
PROPOSED ICOXUKJCNT AT FOBT GREEKS.
lngton and his troops had been compelled to
cross the East river in his retreat. These
ships were moored In the waters then
covering a part of what Is now
the Brooklyn navy yard. They were then
used for prisons for such persons as were
captured In arms against tho king. They
were crammed with prisoners to such an ex
tent that large numbers died, being unable to
endure tho severe confinement. It was inti
mated at the close of the war that between
11,000 and 12,000 had died, and were buried
in the Long Island sound.
The washing of the waves soon bored thelr
bones, and from ITS3, the close of the war,
for many years, they were cast about by the
tides and bleached In the sun on a shore that
was then but little occupied. John Jackson
at last, in 1792, purchased a farm near br.
and collecting the bones, arranged to give
them a decent burial. He induced the Tam
many society to take the matter up, and of
fered a site for the tomb near the navy yard.
The society lent a hand, and the corner stone
was laid In 1S0& All the bones, filling
twenty hogsheads, were placed in the tomb.
They, were put into thirteen mammoth
coffins and borne to a more suitable resting
place than the shores of Long Island.
Tho ground being honcycombed.by streets
surrounding the tomb was left high in
the air and fell to pieces. It is said that
die site was even sold for taxes. It passed
jito tho hands of Benjamin Romaine, who
lad been interested in its erection. He re
Dalred tho tomb and kept it in order till 1S44,
when be died.
Ten years latT tbe Martyrs' Monument as
sociation was formed by citizens of New
York and Brooklyn. An effort to build a
monument was delayed . by another war, but
in IS73 the bones were taken up and laid in
twenty-two new coClns and reinterred in
Fort Greene park,the pork commissioners per
mitting the construction of a granite vault.
Now It is proposed to erect over these revolu
tionary rehcsamonumentlCa feet high. It will
be thirty-six feet square at the base, with
walls nine feet in thickness, narrowing until
tney are only two feet through at the ton.
The sides will bo lighted by windows and the
top surmounted by a bronze dome on which
will stand a huge gilded eagle, the emblem of
the victory won in tho contest wherein the
lives of tbe thousands of prisoners were sac
rificed. A stairway and an elevator will
lead to the top, where an outlook will be pro
vided beneath tho dome, which will rest on
Corinthian columns. Congress has been
asked for an appropriation. F. A. M.
HON. M. A. FORAN.
Brief Sketch or One or Ohio's
Cletxlakd, June 6 Hon. Martin Am
brose Foran, whose speech in opposition to
the Mills bill ranks him with Mr. Randall as
a strong protec
is one of tho new
men brought to the
front by tbe long
and luated contro
versy tbout money
and labor, which
begun with the
"Ohio idea" o f
1S7S. Jlr. Foran
Twenty first Ohio
district that is to
say, m jst of Cuya
boca tuntv. in
whio Cleveland is Brci a. itobas.
loca od and first became prominent among
tho labor reformers. He was born at Cho
conut, Susquehanna county, Pa., Nov. 11,
1SH, and is of Irish parentage.
After receiving a first rate public school
education Mr. Foran studied two terms at St.
Joseph's college at Susquehanna, Pa., taught
school throe years and enlisted in the Fourth
Pennsylvania cavalry. In which he served
fifteen months as a private. He also learned
the trade of cooper, and in tbe Intervals of
bis work studied law; at the age of 30 be was
admitted to practice in Cincinnati, and
about the same time was elected a member of
the Ohio constitutional convention of 1S73-71,
in which be served with some distinction.
Ho located in Cleveland and was prosecuting
attorney for that city for the two years' term
of 1875-77. In the heated discussion of that
period be was an advocate of tbo various
measures vaguely classed under the head of
"monetary and labor ntorm. He was
elected to the Forty-eighth congress on the
record thus made, and re-elected in ISM as a
Democrat,receiving 1U.J54 votes against 17,SS
votes for C C. Burnett, Republican, and Z
for A. Teachout, Prohibitionist Dcsnite the
pobtical reaction of 1SS0 be was again suc
cessful, receiving 14,899 votes to 1J.4G0 for
the very able and popular young Townseud,
Republican, and 004 for Cose, third party
candidate. R. L. M.
ON LIFE'S THRESHOLD
now Uttle Arthur Got Even with 01a
Arthur, whs Is forbidden to speak at tbe
table, bad his revenge tbe other day. As
dinner began be was uneasy, and finally said.
"Ma, can't I speak just one word."
"You know the rule, Arthur."
"Not one wordP
"No, Arthur; not until your father finishes
Arthur subsided until the paper was fin
ished, wheu he was asked what be wished to
"Oh, nothing; only Nora put the custards
outside the window to cool and the cat has
been eating them up." Harper's Young
A Plea for the Dolls.
The good women who ore so busy reform
ing the world have taken nn the doll enor
mity now, and are to make publio sentiment
too warm for It "Hamlet" with the Pnneo
left out would be spirited and entertaining
compared with a little girft universe that
was doll-less. There is a queer little element
of sacredness In the relation between the in.
animate pet and the live one that we saw
amusingly and touehingly illustrated tho
other dv A small eirl nu holding Imr
jji. laawMMiin imaiiiii iiiiiiiiipiiwhii' i"
largest and moot beloied doll well outside
the window, nud htx mother protested, hay
ing: "You will drop your big dolhe. why do
you hold It out there so longr "I was show
ing it to God," said tho baby, aud tho mother
did not find, for the time, anything mora to
say. It might be as well to do an ay with a
few other abuses, good women, before doom
ing the doll. Boston Commonwealth.
A Reasonable Hypothesis.
One never hears of an event so sad but
that some element of humor lurks about it.
A little girl who lives on State street near
the dentist's office where the shooting affray
occurred this week happened to bear the
pistol shots and shouts for the police. Re
volving It a moment in her baby mind a
plausible explanation seemed to dawn upon
her, and turning to her father she remarked:
"He must have pulled a wrong tooth for
somebody." Albany Journal.
A Neat rhrase.
Children sometimes hit upon a phrase
which conveys more than pages in which
their elders have striven to sit forth things
clearly, and an instance was afforded re
cently by a girl of 6. She had been present-
while her mother received a call from a
neighbor, one of those immeasurably voluble
women w ho are the terror of then- friends.
and after the caller had departed she said to
her mother with the utmost seriousness:
'Mamma, I dont think I like Mrs. Blank.
She leaks words all tbe time." Boston Cou
rier. Sermon by a Uttle Colored Boy.
A little colored boy In South Carolina
made on attempt to write an excuse to his
teacher for hh absence as follows: "Dear
Affectionately Teacher: Ise sorry 1 cooldnt
come to school on Friday, but. I couldnt
cause It rain and dat's de way it go in dis
world. If de Lord shut de door, no man can
open de door. If de Lord say 'it rain,' no
man stop it rain. But de Lord, he do all
things welL And you oughnt to growl
about it." Lowell (Mass.) New Moon.
Three little boys in a down river town at
tend the same school. They are but 4 years
old and are in the same class. The other day
they were called out by tho teacher and
asked to spell a certain word. They all
tailed, and one of tho little, fellows looked up
to the teacher and said: "Now, Mr. M., yon
ore in a terrible fix, ain't youP Bangor
Tbe Whirled of Dogs,
Mrs. Olinhant Is Haggles on the bor,
Michael? I thought I heard him bark.
Michael He not, ma'am. Ho got unaisy
i sbpell back, an' Ol put him aff fer a bit ov
shpm. Hell soon catch up. Judge.
Not Golns flungry.
Young Mr. Wabash May I have the pleas
ure of acting as your escort to supper. Miss
Miss Breezy (sconnlnir her card) Oh.
thanLs, awfully: 1 see Mr. Porcino's name is
down for tbo first valse in that direction.
But you may have the second, Mr. Wabash.
New York Sun.
English an She Is Song.
Folito Caller I did not know you were
such an accomplished linguist, lUss High
note. Amateur Soprano Linguist 1
"Yes. What languago wero you singing'
in just now, Italian, German, French or
"I was singing in English, sir." Omaha.
They Col Something.
"Wife Is that a fact that burglarslbrofco
into j our bank last nightf
Husband Yes, my dear.
"Did they get anythingP
"Not until this morning. Then 'the judge
gave them three years. Yonkera States
A Timely Sncgestion.
"Bobby," said bis mother sternlyji fl pun
ished yon only last week for mnnimr nnnv.
and yet you have done it rgaln, todays I
dont know what I shall da" !
Why net give up punishinr1 "me. ma."
suggested Bobby, "it doosnt seem to do tajr
goodP New York Sun.
Gotham,'! Paternal Cover narnL
New York Dame Oh. dear, Uwre's my
hair coming down again. I dont see why
hairpins cant be mode so they'U.stay where
Husband-Well, HI write toJityor Hewitt
about it Omaha World. '
A gentleman who is visiting town for a
fow days carried to a "heathen Chinee" of
laundry proclivities a bundle of bnen which
he wished to have washed within, a short
time. The washerman took the package and
promised that it should bo ready for Tuesdav
evening. Tho stranger was unablo to call oa
Tuesday, but on Wednesday be presented
himself and asked for his linen, only to be
told that it was not ready.
"Not ready," he returned. Impatiently.
"Why, you promised to hae it ready last
"Yes," the Chinaman answered, with a
smile as child like and bland as his languago
-was unreproducoble in print, "but you didn't
come after it last night" Boston. Courier
Jiggers I am informed that poor Faker is
Jaggers Shouldnt wonder. Hb was sink
ing rapidly when I saw him.
Jiggers What was the trouble with himr
Jaggers Trying to learn to swim in six;
feet of water. Idea.
Good Excuse. ""
"Jones used to be one of thn quietest mere
going," sold Smith the otberdaj "mild and
inoffensive, but now I hear that be is con
stantly in hot water with bismeighbors."
"Well, you know," said Brown, "Jones
bought a dog a short time, ago." Boston
Courier. She Mliued All 'That.
Eve was spared one affliction that casts a
gloom over the lives or many of her daugh
ters: Adam never bored lier with stones of
the jolly times he used toUiave when he was
a boy. Boston Courier.
A Good Subject.
Young Mr. Fresh (complacently) Did you
see that little article inilast Sunday's paper
about me. Miss Saline!
Miss Saline Why, no, Mr. Fresh; what
was it, a humorous article) Tbe Epoch.
Tho .'lay on fronts.
A Brooklyn man proposes to import mon-1
.rj. Lunj uuju k-uttiu to um-ume ooouoiaciva.
Would the public put up with such ,'tuonkey
Jiinesf Texas Sittings.
If your hat blows olT in the streetfollow"it f
placidly and with Rcntle dignity. BamebcoTy j
else ill chase it for you. Uarper's J) Uzar
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JUNE 9 1888.
"Amanda." said the mother sharply. "I
did not bear you ask young Mr Spawn
D'Uhli-h to call again when he went away
last evening P
"No, mamma," replied the stanch Nw
York girl, with decision. "I could never go
Into society with a young man who calls a
lift an elevator, and seems to take delight In
sounding bis h's distinctly "Chicago TfT
Time to Clow Dp.
She was sitting In tbe parlor with berlieau
when the old man came down stairs and
opened the front door
"Surely, papa." she said, "you are not go
ing otrt at this late hour?'
"Merely to untie the dog." he replied.
"Well. Miss Clara," said tbe young man,
reaching for bis bat, "I think 1 will say good
night." New York Sun.
A Fastidious Traveler.
Bnggs (on board Pullman sleeper, coming
to bii friend's berth at 11 a. in.) Not up
yet Jugleyl I hope you're not illl
Jagley tdespeJringly) I cawnt leave this
berth, dean boy, till the end of tbe twin. My
traveling cap blew off on tbe pwalrle lawst
night, and 1 should pewisn with shame to be
soon on tbe twain bareheaded. Judge.
Putting It Oi. tbe Other Fellow.
Husband Oh, by tb way, bore" a" tetter I
found in tbe mall this morning addressed to
you. It looks like Mrs. Brown's handwrit
ing. Wife It Is hers. But (examining the en
velope attentively) this letter looks as If it
had been carried in the pocket a long time.
H. (with assumed carelessness) Indeed,
ni bet that Brown got ft from his wife to
put in the mail and forgot about it Boston
They Kept Apart.
Mr. Manse de Lazan, of this city, who U
known in literary as well as fashionable
society, is the author of several successful
dramas. Llko many men of talent, he has
his peculiarities, if such they be, and ono of
them Is tho wearing of clothes that are ex
tremely fashionable. He is careful of their
cut and has a habit when seated of drawing
his trousers up a little, so that the unhand
some bagging at the knees may not result
In on elevated road car recently be was ab
sorbed in thought and mechanically drew up
one of his trousers legs and then took a tug
at what he thought was tbe other. A man
beside him angrily grasped his arm and said:
- What do you menu, sir P Mr. Lazan looked
down, saw an exact counterpart of -bis own
troupers on the other man and Bed to a for
ward car without an explanation. Reaching
the bridge car, be breathed freer and sat
down. The man he sat beside jumped up
and rushed to the front platform, where he
remained until the other end of the bridge
was reached, keeping an eye suspiciously on
the absent minded dramatist It was tbe
owner of the twin trousers. Brooklyn Eagle,
Out of Mere Charity.
"Joe, are you ttill boarding at Mrs. Fm
negan'sP "Yes, Bill, out of mere charity."
"Why is she bard upP
"No, but I am. 1 bavent paid her any
thing for six months." Tid Bits.
Good All the Time.
Cincinnati Mau tat suppen These sau
sages, my dear, don't seem am to as nice as
Wife Oh. yes they are, John; they are tha
same as we had for breakfast aud dinner.
New York Sun.
A fleavy Domestle Expense.
Customer Soiie children's shoes, please.
Dealer Yes. sir. Now, there is an excel
lent make of shoe. How old is the child I
Customer iwitn a sigh) Child 1 1 have
nine of 'em. Bbow me tbe wholesale depart
mentNew York Sun.
Desires to Exchange.
We would like to exrhange with the editor
of Tbe Franklin News. We both bare a
sister, and by swapping we would have a wife
and a helper in our office too. What do you
say, McCutcbensI Bronwood Reporter.
A Private RehcarsaL
.Spazzoni Do you deny your bandwntingl
TVeronica Great heavinsl Guzman baa be
itrajrcd me, an 1 am lost! Life.
Cause and Effect.
i-Alti. concert in St Petersburg a few weeks
itgo there nere 150 drums and "IA pianos
fayI by women. Last week ground was
brotsTJlura new insane asylum iu that cily.
"Never ge to bed Immediately after a
hearty eirppar." says a medical authority.
People who jire fond of hearty suppers should
eat them in tbe-f-arerioon. Boston Courier.
What a Comfort!
NoDirt! NoFussl No Back Ache!
and mikes the Shoes WEAR BETTER. ,
OHCE A WEEK FOR ICSN.
ONCE A MONTH FOR WOMEN.
1 ficd ita tip top Harness Dressing.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH.PblladclphS
SORE FROM KHEE TD ANKLE.
SUn Ea'Irely Hone r'ienh a Ma of
JJIeue Letf DimluUhed one-third
l 6la ... .If. I , ... .
u uin viMuuuiim Mupeiegs ijnrea
by the Cutlcnrii Keiredfeg.
For three years I was almost crippled with
an awful sore leu. from ray knee down to my
ankle ; the skin was entirely gone, and the
flesh was one mass of disease, home pbyal
olans pronounced it Incurable It had dimin
ished about one-third the size of the other,
and I was In a hopeless condition. After try
lnc all kinds of remedies and spending: hun
dreds of dollari. from which I sot no relief
whatever, I was persuaded to try your Cutl-
After three days I noticed a decided ehauee
.. .uu....i.i,i)uUii, iudcuu vi iwo monius
I was completely cured Jly flesh was purlfled
KTlA the bnne urhl-h h-.il Kuan u-..A.- -.
......... a.... MX!.1 LApWSCU .D
over a year) not sound. The flesh began to
urow, ana toaay, ana ior nearly two years
past, my I e Is as well as ever It was, sound In
everv resneet. and nntt InYi nt rh.ilu..i.tn
h leeu. s. q. aUEKN.
Dubois, Dodge county. Oa.
Terrible Softerlng from Skin lliseaseg.
I have been a terrible sufferer foryears from
diseases of the skin and blood, and bare been
obliged to shun public places by reason of my
dltllKurlng humors. Have had the best of
physicians and spent hundreds of dollars,
but not no relief until I used the Cutlcura
Remedies, which have cured me, and left ray
skin as clear and my blood as pure as a child's.
IDA MAY IiAbS.
Olive Branch P. 0., Mist.
From 145 Ponndu to 172 I'onndg.
T hftVA t.Van Bava 1 K ..! ... ,...!
Resolvent with all the results I could wish
.. iiuvui hub iime last year, wnen com
mencing Its use, I weighed 115 pounds, and
today I weigh 17.2 pounds.
GEO. CAMPBELL. Washington. D C.
Xoti The Cutlcura Resolvent Is beyond
all doubt the greatest blood partner erer com
pounded. , Cutlcura, the. great t-kln Cure, and Cutlcura
boap.sn eiqulstteSkln iiesutlScr.externally.
and Cutlcura Resolvent, the new Blood Puri
fier. Internally, are a. positive cure for every
form of bkln and Blood Disease, from Pimples
to bciof ula.
Sold everywhere. Price. Cutlcura. 50c: Soap.
25e: Kesoiveut.fi. Prepared by tbe Potter
Drug and Chemical Co .Boston. Mass.
S-.wnd for "How to Cure -kin Diseases."
M paces. 50 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
nV'Q Skin and Scalp preserved and beautl
Ll 1 U fleabyfciiCDsiiliDiciTSDbOAr.
No single disease has entailed more suffer
ing or hastened the breaking up of the consti
tution than Catarrh. Tbe sense of smell, of
taste, of sight, of hearing, the human voice,
the mind. one or more, and sometimes all.
yield to its destructive Influence. The poison
it distributes tbrougbout the system attacks
every vital force, and breaks up tbe most
robust of constitutions, ignored, because but
little understood, by most physicians, tmpo
tently assailed by quacks and charlatans,
those suffering from it have little hope to be
relieved of it this side of tbe grave. It la
time. then, that the popular treatment of this
terrible disease by remedies within the reach
stall passed Into hands at once competent
and trustworthy. The new and hitherto un
tried method adopted by Dr. banford la tbe
preparation of his Radical Cure has won the
hearty approval of thousands. t Is Instan
taneous lu affording relief In all head colds,
sneezing, snuffling and obstructed breathing,
and rapidly removes the most oppressive
symptoms, clearing tbe head, sweetening the
breath, restoring the senses of smell, taste
and hearing, and neutralizing tbe constitu
tional tendency of the disease towards the
lungs, liver aud kidneys.
&anlora a Kaaieal unreennilsu or one bottla
of the Radical Cure", one box Catarrhal Hnlv.
entand an Improved Inhaler: price, 51. Potter
iruzanainemicai vo.. liosiou.
Strains and Weaknesses,
J Relieved In one minute by that mar-
iiV veious Antiaote to 1'aln. innimma-
VK tlon and Weakness, the outieurit
f fS Anil-l'iilu riiuter. The first and
on!yp4la-klIllng and strengthening
"piaster. Especially adapted to In
stantly relieve and speedily cure Kidney and
Uterine fains and Weakness. Warranted
vastly superior to all other plasters. At all
drucgiits, e; five for 51; or. postage free, of
VoTisa Dxtro io ChixiC4L Co , Boston. Mass.
No Universal Remedy
has yet been discovered ; hut, as at least
four-fifths of human dissases have their
aourc In Impure Blood, a medidna
which restores that fluid from a ds
praved to a healthy condition comes as
near being a universal cur as any that
can be produced. Ayars SarsaparUla
affects tha blood in each stag of It
formation, and is, therefore, adapted to
a greater variety of complaint than any
other known medicine.
Boils and Carbuncles,
which defy ordinary treatment, yisld to
Ayar's SarsaparUla attar a comparative
ly brief triaL
Mx. C. K. Hurray, of Charlottesville,
Vs., writes that for ysars he was af
flicted with boil which caused him
much suffering. These wars succeeded
by carbuncles, of. which ha had ssveral
at one tima. Ha then began tha us of
Ayar's SarsaparUla, and after taking
three bottle, tha carbuncle disap
peared, and for six years ha ha not had
van a plmpls.
That Insidious Uses, Scrofula, la
tha fruitful causa of lnnumsrabl com
plaints, Consumption being only on of
many equally fataL Zruptions, ulcars,
sore eyes, glandular awtllings, weak
and waaUd muscles, a capricious appa
tlte, and the like, ara pretty rare indi
cation of a fcrofulou taint In tha
system. Many otherwise beautiful facea
ara disfigured by pimples, eruptions,
and unsightly blotches, which arise
from impure blood, showing the need of
Ayar's SarsaparUla to remedy the viL
All sufferers from blood disorder
should give Ayer's SarsaparUla a fair
trial, avoiding all powders, ointment,
and washes, and especially cheap and
worthless compounds, which not only
fail to effect a cure, but more frequently
aggravate and confirm the disease they
ar fraudulently advertised to remedy.
Or. J. C Aysr it Co., Lowtd, Mas.
BaUDyaUDracxUta. fries!; srt settles,.
Do rot buy any more "Poor Robber
Hose," bat put your money In tbe
"Spiral" Cotton Hose.
Lighter, Cheaper and better than the
best rubber hose.
Made on the same principle as the ruDber
llned hose used In Fire Departments, which
last for years. , . ........
Thecotton duck used in all rubber hose
draws In water, wherever exposed, as a wick
abscrbs oil, and being confined by rubber, gen
erates a sulphurous gas, quickly destroying
the best rubber hose. The "Spiral" Hose
having no outside covering to Imprison the
moisture, will dry llko a towel.
There are imitations, so buy only that which
has one red line ruanlnsc through It, and
which Is branded "Solral" patented March 30,
'do If your dealer does not have It In stock,
let Mm get It.
Ample mailtJtoanyadJniifor liimtt.
B08T0X W0VKN HOSE C0..SnleXVs
234 Dkovshiu St sir, Bostox. Miss.
222 Liki Sisst, Cmcioo.
aubMd. ToDtbftai mm
snM.Rrmai DebUlty -Hjdty
llarb UrtlciB Co, IS M. 1 life.
ruiabltbl. Fa. Sal brail
EAILROAD TIME CAED.
rittiburr, Cincinnati and Hb Loals Bail,
way Company l'an Handle Boats.
Under schedule In effect November IS
1887, trains leave Springfield, central stand
ara time, for Xenla, Dayton, Richmond,
SL Leuls, Chicago, and all points west and
northwest, Cincinnati, Columbus and east
ward 6:S0 a. m.. for Xenia, Dayton, Cin
cinnati, Kicbmond and Indianapolis 9:40
a. m., for Xenia, Dayton, Cincinnati, Col
umbus, Indianapolis, SL Louis and Chicago
3:30 p. m., for Xenia, Day ton and Cincin
nati 5:00 p. m.
Trains arrive in Springfield at f725 and
10:20 a. m., f 3:05 p. m. and 530 p. m.
DaUy. Daily except Sunday.
SamDodds Ticket Agent,
Oleveland, Columbus, Clnalnnatl aa4
13 New York A Boston KxpresslD 10 s
l Cleveland A Eastern upres iS6 pat
t New York Limited Upress 10 0) pas
9 Nhrht Express-
win. r lying cucseyj
29 Cincinnati A Indianapolis ExpresslejO ass
X r1sbtl(l-Mi1 V , U n.
i5 bouth A Vi est Kxoreas t jk om
9 Clatl., Ind. fit. Louis A Kan. Jtx U0 pat
iizrrs mom xast.
B Night Express i20 am
J Cln-FlTlno. Kurke.o
t maAln Cm I - v
New York Boston A Cincinnati Kx'f30pn
uun raoa sooth.
8 Night v" " 1 n !
a pajton. Springfield Aseom.fr't SJ6aa
23 Cincinnati A Springfield Aecom vjso pa
voiouuu . juuiern -xpreas ib dbs
it New York Limited JCxpreu nOB d-i
no. unaa uroncn sleepers to New York and
iostan without change.
No. lis the famous United express, eoav
Cleveland, inrouxn vestibule sleenera from
sprlngfield. Makes Aba tor a in J0X hours
uid Boston In UH hours. -
a. u. SNianr.
...... -1ckes Agent.
D.B. MARTIN. AreadeDepot.
Q. P. A. fiprlncfleld. 0
AU trains run on Central time 25 mlnotea
slower than city time.
txuxsuuts eoue cist.
No. 12. AUantlc Express.
" J- Jiew fork Limited, dally iuiti . aj
No. 8. N. Y. Iliostou x., daliyZZlsij ii .'
Truss Lura soixu var.
No. 3. Cln. 4 St. Louis Sx., dIIy 2 10 a. as.
' 1. Cincinnati Express, dally 10-10ajn.
5. Cln. Jt at. Louis Kx..dall 4:1udTu
run through to New York solid. No ehanza
of ears for any class of passengers.
Tree hack to trains to aU points east of, and
Including north Lewisburg.
for tickets to all points and further lntor
-. . .. Ant.T3 Arcade.
Telephone call J1D.
,. B.B. THOMAS,
2nd Ice President. Clee!and,0.
L. P. FARMKB,
General Passenger Agent, New York.
. . W. CKINBAKSjOS.
Astt.aen.Pasi.Aft Cleveland, 0.
"I. B. A W. K0inCE"-IJNI0N DEPOT TIME
(Taking Effect May 13.1S&S.)
Columbus, Springfield aud Cincinnati
-SXIVS rtOK HIT.
1 Indianapolis, Omaha A Denver Ex I 45 am
i Indianapolis. Cblcago A bt. L.Lx U 45 pm
5 IndUnapolls. Chicago. Kansas City
A Omana Limited 10 20 am
7 CoUrlcdlayAbandusky Fast Mail Taiim
oitast sous ui.
2 NhTht Express 2 30 am
4 N. V Balto. A Wash'ton Fast Line j 4a am
6 Columbus and the Last 4 o pm
8 Eastern 'p" 6 10 pm
Olnclnnatl, Sandusky and Cleveland Bali
road. axarv rxoM soite.
1 Dayton A Cincinnati Express
3 Indianapolis. Chicago Jt at. L. Ex-
. 1 00 am
4 15 pm
.2 45 ara
.10 30 am
coiuinDus anu tne cast.
Dxrixr Gocro 10m.
t Toledo, Sandusky A Cleve.
4 Findlai A Sandusky Fast Mall
6 Sandusky Express
6 10 pa
Ohio Southern Ball road.
aaxira raoa south.
1 Cambridge Accommodation,
. 9 40am
1 Mai! and pres
Dir-ZT UOMU BOCTK.
2 Fast Mall. Jackson and Western 10 ;5ans
4 Washlcs'tonC.U.AUalnbridSBEx. 5-Opn.
Ohio. Indiana and Western Railroad.
aaarrs lion wsst.
2 Columbus A Eastern Express 2 20 am
4 N. Y Wash'ton A Balto. Fast Line 9 45 am
8 Columbus and the Kan 4 20pm
1 Dinar aonra wsar.
1 Iudtanapolis.OmahaADenrerEx 2 05am
5 Indianapolis, bt. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City A Omaha Limited 10 25 am
3 Indianapolis. St. L. A Chicago' Lx S UI pm
AU trains marked run dallysall other dalle
except Sunday. Standard time, which is 28
minutes slower than Sprngfield city time.
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Unton Depot. Springfield. 0.
II. M. BRONaON. General Passenger and
Ticket Agent. C. 3. A C. C. S. A C, O.S.and
I JI!T AGENTS j&
.... JV iM.ir7.a.
r.i-'si. jns 11 (Tin
To men and women of v
ixr mnd -L-LlltT. iwkJui
ertal terra will bo c--
Th tWaer works oa ntrw
prineipl wMcfa nrn Ub3
1 id ClotJlTg UUkr0-TtlT
Samnla Anton two
trial-, nn If IS -? I - an K .
turned at my xpenso If not satlsfactorr
Jtttxtnsie lerit mdsff it m pltei)ikol nnrni
rerr twrm 1 l.ttrmt(l clreti tara and tmro4 fzwaw
J. WC3TH.&CIE M 'nt.i7m Futun tot.ST.Uusajix
JlI iiw MUjmtltmlm't t---T- -
Bee Etlnss, Koa-
Xtnwcra, n i-inaxka,
aadevuj fbnx lofskta
planrTihes. peaaraly oared
or. the moss dausate ia
wltha-t laavnur a scar, hr
TTop OiJ-trm f-o.t-
xno3Sata oocta. ana .
jtt oraesuta or 07 mau.
bo BopPnlSCaa'r; Oo K w lonrtm. Conn.
LUtlAHnPUli tat aek-hevlarh. d7vpp-.
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Xfor savlo by all SprlnsT eld Drncaist.
Kcgtuten d Travv iar Ic. l-MtflTjwStroiiKesChtmp-
QBlake's Belt Stud.
irri, aui oe- .uirn
I fur Le-tner and
K IHtwr Belli a il He-
ware or xraauttenf
soil TXkftr lmlttlonL
thi trade wtark pio-
f mi on mo pacxage.
I PlUtrtwIJaly'l rt
Informailoo tree. I
CsaaldlKxra.it to HK1UI1TB
bads. Dtiease and kindred alloieata
Wit. T. UXSLSr A CO.,
I SIle atrefjt. CUueo, IB
For sale by Lord, Owen & Co., Whole
sale Druggists. Chicago
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