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OY TWO HUNDRED THOU8AND..O. A,
Who are ami llrltiK lUplitly Hslnfereed
Thai l-arade Tit.Day rrebably IM
Btrangora In Hi. Cnpllal City Ts-ltefbt
Tbe lUtlWH)a lllocKaileil by Travail
CrttrMDi'i, Ohio. 8ptmlf' II,
' Cod imlle.l mimiii llieuli) soldlrri yeil'May
and ent iinii tlirm out of the root beau
ti(ul uf lilt ft'ilriulpr ilavs 'Die bum shone
through tha limy atiuuilirre tint seemed
to rover tlio mrlli like u blanket, with
soft, subdued lllit like tlmt from in aatnl
lamp. Ovrrlu-nd tlio blue akv u holdiiiK
In her bosom licr cloud children did In
robea of ipotlfin white. The nun milled
benignly upon the million of lluttering
ennoim that formed the eiquMto decora
tions of wlikh 1 1 1 city ran uell feel proud.
Columbus waaiUd In pilu stllro and the
street took on the incut holiday
aiiecL Iklow nn the streets, great
crowdi of -ranii in numerous at
great swarm of Ik-m, were iwivlni; slowly
north and south, east and west, tome on
Ieatur bent, but the nujorlty looking for
Bomo plxntngct relrrthincnu, and may
lup somu plarc to lay thi'lr tired lieada for
The night. Tho crowd was awful in in
hi>itludr, and ui the nflcrnooti norv on.
was ooimtautly augmented by the thou-
nnna that each train two into the city.
Thwjiotlcv were kept busy keeping people
on tliu move, and in tills were remarkably
crsiiui nra xnttivis.
Pome two hundred yards eit of tho rle
Jot at about VI 20 yesterday morning the
General Council received Commander-in-Chief
Ilea. Thecrowila Mere so dense and
"impenetrable, and the rotifualou waa no
frrcat that it waa thought beat not to at
tempt to enter the Union depot. Till a In
telligence wai conveyed to tho Council by
Oolonel Church of the ranhadte and Colo
nel l'atloti,tue Chairman, with Messrs 0. V.
Firestone, General Mitchell, Tatar Rodgers,
Emerson McMillln. O. C. Hoover. W. I).
llrickell and Aid-de-Camp K. I). JlcCarter.
gathered around the eix-dal car and welcomed-
tiic distinguished visitors to Colum
bua. tJommandcr Ilea was accompanied by his
wife. Abtiitant-ficneral 1'aniel Fisli and
wife, and Aids-de Camp C'olouela Ilender
aon. llattersnn and Adair. Aa the party
were very much fatigued by the journey,
and as the commander vtaa well aware of
the onernu duties which awaited him on
the morrow, thev were at once conducted to
carriage and driven to the residence of
Mrs. Governor Deiinison on Washington
avenue and Town street. Here they were
welcomed by Mr. II fl I)ennion, who will
act aa host during their play. The com
roander seemed very much pleased withiila
reception, notwithstanding it war a very
ucostentatious one to extend to so widely
known and popular a man as lie has shown
himself to be among his O. A. R. comrades
1I0-N. WAKNER SIILLXR.
Among the distinguished visitors to the
city is Hon. Warner Miller, the Republican
candidate loroovernor oi rcw ionc. war
tier Miller lives half a mile from the village
of Herkimer, in the Mohawk valley. He
waa born in 1KJS in Oswego county, and re
ceived his education at Union College, from
which institution lie was graduated in lflfiO
Soon afterward he became a teacher in the
Fort Edward collegiate institute, which
calling be forsook in 1M31 to enlist In th
1'ifth New York Cavalry aa private Uli
cervices upon the field were of such a mcri
torious character that he was prometed tc
be a Sergeant Major and then Lieutenant.
During the battle of Winchester he wat
taken prisoner iiy tiie Confederates, and
was afterwards paroled and exciianged.
His life as a soldier being ended, be became
a farmer and afterward interested Iiimsell
in the manufacture of aicr and wood
pulp. He made a trip to Kurope in fur
therance of his investigations of the mal
fng of paper, and a little later invented cet
tain machines and processes which have
come into such general use as to yield him
a large profit. Mr. Miller's political life be
gan when he was made delegate to the Re
publican National Convention in 1872. In
1874 he was elected to tbe State Legislature
and served two terms. In 1881, when
Conkling and 1'latt resigned seats In the
National Senate, Mr. Miller was chosen to
succeed Mr. I'latt. His most conspicuous
act as Senator was the introduction of the
bill, not a law, to restrict tbe manufacture
THE COLO&ADO DEPAKTUENT.
The Colorado department, numbering
five hundred veterans, arrived in this city
early yesterday morning, aud have their
headquarters established at room 1C, of the
State House. Accompaning this delega
tion are two splendid musical organiza
tions, the Grcely Band, consisting of fifty
pieces, and a Sons of Veterans drum corps,
also numbering twenty members. The
delegation came in special cars fitted with
sleeping apartments, dining room, and in
short nearly every hotel convenience.
These special cars are being used as quar
ters by the delegation during its sojourn
here. This department includes Wyom
IngTcrritory, aud coversan area equal to all
the New England States, New Jersey, Ohio
and Kentucky. The northern and south-
trn parts are separated by-a distance of
1,200 miles. In addition to covering
such a large district, this department fa
composed of representatives from volun
teer regiments of almost every State, ow
ing to the extensive Immigration into that
aection of country from all parts of tha
United States during the first yean of de
velopment of Colorado's vast mining re
sources. An extensive exhibit of this
State's mineral and agricultural resources
will be opened to morrow afternon at ths
Colorado department headquarters. This
exhibit is said to include some of the finest
specimens of silver and lead ors svsr
brought to tbe Central State.
Tbe commander of this department Is
Hon. John W Browning, of Denver. Mr.
Browning was formerly an Eastern man
and has had the honor of being a member
of both tbe House and ths Senate oi the
About U:S0 yr(riliiy mornlnrf Ms
Iraln containing Ociieriil Hlierman, the
rrtatnt of living American Oencrali
Evrryliody was ex.
ictliii( him. and
tin Union I)FiKJt
wo I filled Willi t
throng. Tim train
drew Into the de
pot and the 0on
ral alighted and
paused through to
Ida carriage before
the crowd realized
that he hud come.
Then a great null
was made for the
spot where the flen
cral was seen stand
Ins: with lllltirieil
Urn. W. T. Sktrmim.
hat returning the salute of the welcoming
dona of Veteruna. The carriage waa quickly
lurrouiided by old (1 A. It. men, all eager
to aliake their beloved comrade by tlio
hand. This the (leneral waa unwllllinr in
do then, and after promising to gratify
them all at aome future time, he ordered
the driver to whip up. One old veteran,
who waa not to be thus repulsed, ran after
the carriage and fairly threw himself into
It, begging the (leneral to shako him by
the hand. The (leneral refused, and the
rnnthtisluatlc man had to retire, not a little
Chagrined at hl III success.
Our distinguished visitor la tho guest of
Mra. Colonel Ktccle. while lie ia in the city.
Ilia hostess gavo him a retention last
ivcnlng at her residence on Kust ilroad
street. The General was accomtianiod to
the city by the Ken llutterlleld 1'ost.
TIIK VKTrKAN EXOINK.
The historically famous locomotive, tlio
"General," now stands on Randolph street,
l grim and grand memento of the Andrews
raid In Georgia. This antique engine baa
itood the wear and tear of tho last quar
ter of a century, even better than tha brave
men who fought gallantly to possess It so
many year ago. Of course during the
many years of the old cngiuea service, ft has
oecome considerably buttered, but it yet
looks strong enough to endure many more
fcjfof use. A guard from tho Fourteenth
regiment surrounds this rclicof the rebel
lion and protects it from tha devastations
f curiosity seekers
AT Till DEPOT.
The scene at the Union Dcnnt vesterdav
defies description. In the first place tho
vast building was so jammed with human
ity that It was next to impossible to move
and then the numerous trains with their
unearthly clangor end crash made the
itald old depot aeem almost like
chaoa. Each train that pulled in
bore, with It a large delegation
Composed chiefly of Grand Army
men, but with a fair sprinkling of ladies
and children. At that time one would cer
tainly be rendered deaf by the noise, and
then again as if the vast crowd would suffo
cate the. feebler persons who vainly endeav
ored to force through to the street. In ad
dition to the double force of depot em
ployes, a large number of the city police
were stationed whoso duty it was to see that
nobody craw led under the cars, got run
over, lost, strayed, or stolen: and to aay
that they had their hands full is drawing
it only up to the tlrst notch. Half the
people in the depot seemed bound to rush
out into tbe railroads yards, and were ever
lastingly getting in front of moving cars.
Many stood about the varioua points of
axit. and it was with difficulty that a
Diocaaae waa avoiuea.
Humorous, pathetic and revolting siehts
were rapidly brought before one's eye in
tbe rapidly shifting panorama of humani
ty. Here was a tired mother, sitting on a
dusty valise, nursing a fretful rhild; there
a country lover sat nn a baggage truck, at
a safe distance from his liest girl, while
aver them a nartr of citv dudes, their
heads as devoid of brains as their china
were of hair, stood ogling the pretty girls,of
whom there was more than r. fairsprinkling.
Farmers, hankers, rich, poor, all made of
one brotherhood through the Kniehthood
bestowed uKin them by the bronze medal
they wore upon their breast, all laughingly
losuea one anniueraoout in a great rusii
for High street
"So great waa the rush Cbliimhusward. on
tbe incoming trains, that specials had to be
run in and unloaded in the yards outside
the depot. Here come tbe old aoldiers aud
The general ticket offices near the south
nd of the tunnel had probably the greatest
:rowd about them of any place in the city,
ind several officers were sutioned there to
teep people stirring. A tripple force of
tlerks were kept bustling all day extend
tig tickets. The police found several tickets
)n tbe floor after tbe people
sad gone. The north patrol-house came
m for its share of the attention, while
"Tha General," the celebrated locomotive
nade famous in the Andrews raid, was the
tenter of an admiring throng all day. As
last as allegations arrived tney were rapm
y marched down street and to their quar
ters, from which they emerged soon after
ward to throng over the town, Many took
die horse cars and rode out to tbe ends of
die lines and back to familiarize them
elves with the city, while others looked
Jirough the State house and other public
Three Men Condemned.
Pucirviixk. Cal., September 11. The
ury In tbe cases of J. H. Myers, John Olsen
md William Drager, on trial for the mur
ler of farmer James Lowell, near 8acra
nento, last February, has returned a ver
lict finding all three men guilty of murder
I have been afflicted with hay fever
from early In August until frost My eyes
would run a stream of water and I sneezed
continually. I was advised to use KlyV
Cream Balm. It has worked like a charm
and I can say 1 am entirely cured. Mrs.
Emellne Johnson, Chester, Conn.
I have been for several years a sufferer
fray bay fever and severe head colds. I
have found nothing that can compare with
Ely'a Cream Balm. I would not be with
out it for any consideration. It Is simply
wonderful in Its effect upon the nasal
organs. S. A. Burtt, Wilmington, N. C.
Admiral Porter, of the Navy, Is 77 years
of age, and bids fair to live for many years
to come. The secret of his wonderful
preservation is that he has lived plainly.
He seldom drinks tea or coffee, but is a
moderate smoker. "Never get wet," is a
rule for preserving the health that be has
strictly adhered to all his life. Even dur
ing his service In the war. It Is said, be
never got wet, no matter bow bard it
Richard Fielding, a blacksmith of Hams
gate, England, Is in Jail charged with mur
der, on his own confession that twenty-four
years ago be bad a quarrel in a boat with a
woman named Hannah White, and pushed
Ladles take Angostura Bitters generally
when tbey feel low spirited. It brightens
One thousand seven hundred and twenty-
fonr ahAenahead hare been cimrht this axa-
i aon In Corson's'Inlet, N. J,
' fWij &5Br'jr
Uil rilabWItl tha ttrawllh an Umbrella
JJgtr Yokk, September 11. A man waa
landing uiion the Catharine Market, cor
cr of Catherine and Cherry atreeU, a ilttlu
iter nuunigov mv. "
ousht from a hot corn woman. Ho had
f,i,,k turned toward the northwest cor'
er, where two men were approacniug
acii other, the one down Cherry atroet,
ho other down Catherine atroet. Theao
wo meu met on tho corner by liar n urn's
lothlng store, and it la aald that words
asscd. The man eating corn did not turn
round until the sound of a blow wai
card, followed by a cry and a fall, Then
o turned and saw lying on the cross walk
lading from Itanium's storo to the mar
et corner, a man In a dark blue overcoat
nd dark striped trousers. The man was
irithlng and holding his hands to his face,
letwvun hla Angers blood oozed upon his
lothca and tho stones. The hot corn eater
ms bending over hltn, when other men
Nino up. In a minute or two there waa a
itllo crowd , One young man, who waa
railing over the moaning victim, started
ack with an exclamation, and the crowd
-rcaied cloaer and asked what waa tho
"He has the point of an umbrella stick
ng lnlila eye," was the reply.
Mauylgol down on their knees In the wet
oseo. At the outer lower corner of the
Ight eye, just escaping the eye and press
ng it till It bulged out, waa the broken
liuftof an umbrella tip of yellow painted
rood, with the metal collar which holda
lie cloth still about It and broken oft with
t. Up to the collar, ths tip had been
Iriven through tho frontal hone Into the
nan's brain. The blow had been struck
nun ono aide, and the abaft ran in at a con
"It's niurdor," exclaimed one of the
iarty. who was kneeling In the rain.
1'ollcemen arrived, who summoned an
mbuiance. At the hospital It was decided
o pull out the umbrella tip at once. It
ras a simple ojicration, but required
trcugth. While the other held the man's
icad, Ir. Ilird seized the projecting end of
he umbrella tip with a pair of forceps,
nd, after several long, hard nulla, drew It
roni bone and brain. Hut little blood fol
nwed. Half an hour later the man was
leeplng under an opiate. He was restless
.nd constantly muttering and groaning.
nit did not recover consciousness enough
o talk. Tho umbrella entered Just below
he outer corner of tho eye. The doctors
hluk it passed just beneath the floor of
ho orbit nnd penetrated the akull near the
It was learned that the vlecim was James
'ogarity, a eddler. He died In the hos
iltal without regaining consciousness.
There is ab-iolutely no clue to the mur
lerer. A Destructive Cuban Hurricane.
Kxw Okliaks, September II. A dispatch
rom Havana, dated September 7, via Key
.Vest, Septembers, says: An officer from
.he Spanish gunboat Guardian, which rode
int the gale In Vatabano harbor, arrived
ere this morning with tho first official dis
patches relative to the loss of tho govern
nent launch Lealtad at Batabano. not
iagua, as first stated. The report states
.hat at 12:30 on the night of the 4th inst,
alien the wind shifted from northwest to
;he west, and while endeavoring to alipher
sables to beach the vessel under a full head
if steam, a huge wave boarded her, wasb-
lnto the scunpen
Leon Urblna went down with his vessel.
rhe following morning the only survivor of
.he Lealtad was rescued clinging to her
Hgging. Bodies of the pilot aud one sea
iian only have been recovered.
As telegraphic and other communica
tions with the interior towns become es
tablished, the first reports of the havoo
caused by the hurricane are confirmed,
rhis is particularly the case at Batabano,
Matausco, Cardenas. Sagua, and other
places on the north coast, which suffered as
orach from the e fleets of the high tides
inundating a largearca of territory as from
the wind. At Isabel de Sagua, forty-three
bodies have been picked up on the beach.
At Caibarean much damage is reported,
tbe steamer Clara being ashore. At Muriel,
the schooner Uagdalena waa blown on the
rocks, and is a total loss.
Private advices from Cardenas state that
ill the wharves are destroyed, numberless
imall boats sunk and the city inundated
with water. Tbe damage is estimated at
Exhlblttoa of Pare Food Products.
Albamt. N. Y.. September 11. The ex
hibition of pure food products, which open
ed here yesterday, is the first and most ox
tensive of its character that has ever been
thrown open to the public Adulterated
articles of food have heretofore only ap
peared to court the study of scientists and
physicians. Much good is accordingly ex
pected to resuit from this first successful
endeavor to educate tbe people as to tha
deleterious and dangerous constiuents en
tering into most of the ordinary articles) of
food they consume, which will undoubted
ly culminate in speedy legislative action be
ing taken to punish those guilty of the in
famouspractices exposed by this exhibi
tion. The opening has been very oppor
tunely arranged as the great trades demon
stration occurs here to-day and Use ma
jority of those participating will undoubt
ly pay a visit to the exhibition as soon a
the procession closes.
A Jilted Lover Suicides.
TniE Hautx, Isd., September 1L
Frank Marting, a barber who came to this
city six montba ago from Cincinnati, called
at the boose of Lena Webber, to whom he
had been paying-attentions, and committed
suicide in her presence. The girl heard ha
waa a married man, and recently told him
he would bave to quit coming. When ha
called to urge her to receive, htm again he
was unsuccessful. She admitted Mm into
the parlor, and after she positively refused
to receive his visits, he took out a pencil
and began writing on a piece -of paper.
When he had finished he pulled outarevol
ver, and holding it to his right temple,
fired. He fell dead to tbe floor. The note
he left was to his father, at 53 Olive street,
Cincinnati, and simply declared blajlnten
tlon to auicide, and asked that no expense
be made in hurrying him. Marting waa 24
Returns Show Republican Galna.
Poetland, Hi, September 11. Returns
so far as received irom yesterdays election
show decided.Republican gains.
Kews About Town,
It Is the current report about town that
Kemp's Balsam for tbe Throat and Lungs
Is making some remarkable cures with
people who are troubled with Coughs, Sore
Throat, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consump
tion. Any druggist will give you a trial
bottle free of cost. It Is guaranteed to re
lieve and cure. The Large Bottles are 50c
The only Chinese tramp in tbe country,
at least he waa generally looked upon aa
such, died Friday In New York. At one
time be was tolerably well off, having got
ten together considerable money through
the laundry business. Afterwards be set
up a gambling establishment, and this step
marked his downfall in life. Eventually
bis purse became empty, and he took to
tramping the country, getting victuals and
clothes tbe best he knew how.
The soft glow of tbe tea rose Is acquired
by ladles who use Fozzoni's Complexion
Powder. Try It.
OH! MY HEAD.
The pain from Neuralgia and ill
companion disease Rheumatism ia
excruciating. Thousands who could
be quickly cured are needlesslr auP
fering. Ath-lo-pho-roa will do for
others what it did for the following
rbcea alflwtelwna neerileTin for
thinCTnt ;ln "tai&K H Jt:
,1 in ui inn, imi i e
L Mad tl7laaflaoatTM7-
Affcar Using cam bottl I f oaoa It
t betelac mv d nar uunc low Dot-
of Athioi)horos and one of Pule, I f oond
Uuulf waa entire) veil. I Uunk tbe meal
sins tapasiUrelrnenre core
1ft. Oeitnet to. Dm . 1WT-.
1 ham need Athlcpborosinna famur and
and tt 1 1 be the (retuet nwdtdne fae at
raisin utexletanee SAdhaTinehadnafaiuja
faaeeutd upon me for &l!pnrlacm
vbereotlapeak. MaaVJoua Caruon.
sa-Snd6cenjfor the beautiful colored pic
ture, " Moorish Maiden."
THEATHLQPUQRQS C9. 112 WaHSt J.
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TUESDAY UVlCMIffG SiOTMfflR It 1BB8.
Advertising a patent mcdlcliin In tlio
peculiar way In which tlm proprietor of
Xt'iup' lialsani, for Coughs and Coldi
docs, It la Indeod wonderful. Ho author
lies nil druggist to give, tlinio who rail for
It, a sample. Uittln h'tter that they may try
It prfiire purchasing. Tho Largo Dottle
are oOu and 81. Wfl certainly would ad
vise a trial. It may save you from con
sumption. A Uoiilon preacher placarded tho city
with notice that lit) would preach in Spur
Kum's Isliernacle on tint subject, ;:
f-l ." Them was a largo congregation,
to whom he announced the text, "Stand
thou still awhile," nnd then said that his
aubject was "Tim Pause of l.lfp,."
Vigor nuit Vitality
Arn quickly given to every part of tho body
by Hood's Sarsaparllla. That tlrt-d feeling
Is entirely overwuim. Tho blood Is purified,
enrMied, and vitalized, and carries health
Instead of disease, to every organ. Tho
stomach Is toned nnd strengthened, the
appetite restored. Tha kidneys and liver
are roused and Invigorated. The brain la
refreshed, the mind made clear and ready
for work. Try It.
Fishermen seeking sea bass rlt the coast
of Monterey, Cal., came upon a gigantic
sunrlsh, and succeeded In capturing It after
enveloping it in snout iuo fathoms of net.
It weighed 4.000 poundi, and efforts were
mane in preserve and send It to San Frati'
clsco, but they failed.
The cltlZAns of Texas are peculiarly
iiaoin hi coius ana cougns owing to certain
qualities of tins climate. Cough remedies
are, consequently, In great demand. TMs
Is what Alexander. Speer & Son. the fore
most druggist of lilanra. Tex., said In re
gard to Van Wert's lialsam: "Wo have
sold all tho lialsam and are forced to admit
mat it is tno oest selling article we ever
bad on our shelves, and all because It gives
general satisfaction." Trial size fnm. Iir.
What a Comfort!
NqDiiH NoFussl No Back Ache!
and mikes th Shots WEAR BETTER.
Don't let th women hare all tht best things, but use
ONCE A WEEK FOR MEN.
ONCE A MONiH FOR WOMEN.
I6r.d Its tip top Harness Dressing.
WOLFF A RANDOLPH.Philadtlolda
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep,
Dog, Hogs, Poultry.
SO0 PAGE BOOKea Treat
meat of Animate aad
Chart Seat Free.
ccaya-PeTere. Cona e.lloni. InRammetloa.
A.A.-8lnal Meningitis, Milk Fever.
B.B. Htralee. Luieoiw. H.hnatlci-
:. C.-blatempyr, aeal Discharges.
: D'H?4" er Qrnbe, Werae.
?. JbSJi&r Sr'l-peirB.'irr'.-cS.!"-
. niscarriage, llrmorrnnge.
ll.-llrlnarr aed Kldae Dlaeaeee.
It Eraptlve DUraaee, Masse.
K. Distance efDInrition.
Stable Case, with Specifies. Jbauat.
Witch Basel OU and Medicuor, S)7.00)
Price, stcgle Bo tUe(OYerMloM)i . .60
Said br Drugglstsi er
Bent Prepaid aa Receipt of Price.
Humphreys' Med. Co., 109 Fulton St., H. T.
In Uka 3D . Tflas) Anb aimneee Till venule
NervNS DeMliiy, Vital WeakNSs,
and ProstnUon, from OTSMrork or other causes,
f 1 Pr vial, or S Title and law vial poaer, (or S.
8ouTDarooiT ertnpoatpeIa on receipted
price - ry.-awktoe p., lwlrSu.si.,a. i.
Allays pib ud.
Heala the Mores,
Bestorea the I
Seaws of Taste
Try the Curetfjor-EEVER
acneable. Price 50 cents at Druggists; bf
null, registered. 60 ets. KLK BKOB.. M
warren St.. new rora.
PrwriMtwraUiKki Uooem. tmntwl on nnari
r ner irum laiifasoa muaig iwaica. iur mic.i
r Hfllai nmnavacL STANDARD Plaai
A L B O M SW p-cM of cboicm cems rom celebrated
XampOaWTav BOCa MUft. VWwarW.Vrt, LiMt,
WaynrLQ. WUm,nd Fjmdltr 8TAND-
pootilwuiiee masM m3x iturcbMSTANpARD
C EM 8110 pat of tang ltd biludi, piano ao
eompanbnent, and 110 pp. of TtrUtkm. tnnscrip-
trorks of such comi
JtnrUsWrT Gamod. Abt, tlmmtt,
inni " awstiruut
Celsrs. race of each book SOo.,
ILLMlTkaTCD li Calon.
orepakl - J state & Monroft St. Chicago.
AM COLORED TORCHES
For Proceratons. Burns 10 minutes. Pre from
smoke. FIREWOBKM, FLAGS, LAN
TEBNH.BALl.OONN.etr. Send for prices to
THE WEHL FIREWORKS C0.Mc'SSSTiiST1fS
rt 'aeT-'"" T-JJL- .cii
ciaa b thie Msw ixrioTio
TtatxaaiUtmiiaf oothinfctirrcnu of
Curvet fj-leltiatujiiir of wa forfeit ji,uu) fa rain.
OnalMt IaisrDVCanWBta ovtr all other belt. Worat raua rartw
tn luitaltri eaaut Vlanenna SrveiKeHB f"! i j I
fcareatly curtd la thnt moaUt. Bcal4panipblctia.stania
UMQW EUCTR1C CO-822 BiOAOWAT. Mm Yau.
IN THOSE QUALITIES WHICH ARE REQUISITE IN A
8EE EXHIBIT AT CINTI CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION.
SECOND FLOOR, PARK BUILDING.
THE JOHN CHURCH CO.MIJjdas
FINE. CUT AND PLUO
Inoor-tDarablv thea Besot.
IIBal Mil V Oerfocwiie-nn,nrTiniiee,Ufk
" - ,
Rick Headarlui and relfere all the trouUe loci
tjrnt tu a bi loua stale of the ay'tem. aucli aa
iJisaliMia, Nauaea. Urowalneu. Illstrma after
Mtlnar, rain In tl Hide, Jta While their most
remarkable success lias been shown In curluif
Headache, jret Ciana's Ijttlc Lirsa Pius
are uaMy"TaluaLle In ConsUpation. curing
and lirasenlfnt: thU annnlnc complaint, while
they also correct all illaunlers of the auimach,
atlmulata the liver and reculala the IwwaU,
Krea If Ibej only cured
Ache they would be almost prlcehHS to those
who suffer from this dlstresslna- complaint:
but rortunatelr their goodness doe not end
Iwre, ami those who once try them will find
Iheatt little pills valuable In m many waya that
they will not be wllllnr to do without them,
liut after all alck head
Is tha bans of so many Urea that hem fa where
we make oin stm
boost. Our pills cure It
while other do not.
Ciirrms Lima Liym Pitxs are very amall
ami very may to take. One or two pills make
a dose. They are strictly vegetal!! and do
not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action
iJeose all who use them. In vlad at S3 cents:
Ira for $1, Hold everywhere, or aent by mall.
CAXTXX UUenn CO., Sn lai.
blPI U'Scit. .M fries, i
EAILROAD TIME CAED.
eittabarf;, Cincinnati and Hs. Lou la Ball
way Company Pan Handle Boute.
Under schedule In effect June 10th, 1888,
trains leave Springfield central (standard)
time for Xenla, Dayton, lUcbtnond, St
Louis, Chicago and all points west and
northwest and lor Cincinnati, Columbus
and eastward, 6:30 a. m.; for Xenla, Day
tou,ClnclnnatI,Kichmond and Indianapolis,
0:40 a.m.; for Xenla, Dayton, JUchmond,
Indianapolis, St. ieouis and westward, oi
York city, try our S o'clock evening
train. (Makes connection at Xenla with
the new "Pennsylvania Special,'' reaching
Philadelphia 1:30 p. m. and New York 4
p. m. next day.)
But for Chlcaxoand points west and north
west our 7:30 evening train beats them all.
On this train you will Bed an elegant vesti
bule combined sleeping and chair car. with
a library of choice books, a porter to wail
on you, and home -like eonYenlen
throughout. You make a mistake when
you look at the old building here known at
the "Pan Handle depot" and compare II
with our train service. The former is bad,
tbe latter the best on earth.
Trains arrive in Springfield at f7S25 a. m..
8:30 a. m., 1030 a. in. and 5:40 p. m.
Dally. fDaily except Sunday.
a Dodds, Ticket Agent.
Ueeelana, Oalnmbaa, Cincinnati aau
S NbUt avpee. t nfi..
U Mew Vork i. Boston Kxpresslo.lO an
1 Clevelana Kastero MxpresaZZT i pb
1 New VorkIdttnte41txpreas3ZllaaipB
Xllcnt gvpreee ,
7 tiPK.,Cln.Jk W6S.KI.
1 Cln. Vletnv Hneka
Claclnnatl k Indianapolis x press.
$ Clareland AOlneinnetl imn
ii Uootn A Weat Kxpresa .T.
Clutl..Ind. St. Louts A Kau.
-ji . n aaairi raoat bast.
m iiiKDi &Apreaa.
1 Cln.iljlnif Bukeve..
-7 JO an
I Cincinnati JExcress.
New York Boston A Cincinnati Kx.N'30 pd
ei v e raua aoura.
Hlaht Kxpresa . TJoaa
S3 lton.tiprtngfl814Aeeom.fr't sjSaa
li Mew York A ItXienn r.iniiTL, ,S
tnaveund A auteru Kxpreas jje
J6 Clndnaaa bprtnrteldAecom SUJSds
l New York UmltcxpreaaZZZ7iari?S
aa. u naa tnrouicb sleepers to Hew Yorkane
wtoa without chance. raaot
Mo. 4 Is the famous limited express, oosa
cpsed entirely of vestibule sleepers, east o
S,6JS5X?J a sUbiaeala tron
springfleld. Makes &e iota la KH hoar
and Boston In 24M hours
S. H. KHI9HT,
u. If. A. aoriaaaaia.o
All trains run on Central time as talnste
slower than dtf ttma.
. . TaaisaisATi eoiso bast.
No. 12. Atlantic Kxpress 1J6 a. a
!t . ." Y. A Boston Ex., dally o-a n f
io. at tAeeommodatlon)-..H).u5 a. m.
. I.MAJMQ01MQ WaST.
' -i Cincinnati Kxpress, dally lOrtisJB
" 5. Cln. A at. Louis Kx.. dally 4:lupTm
No. 6 ha throuxh sleepers to St. Louis. Nc
4 runs through to New York solid. No ohau
of cars for any elass of passengers,
i-STSi11" 'S??1?!. S M P,nM east of. am
Inelndlnx north Lesrlsbunc.
for tickets to all points and further Info
. E.B. THOMAS,
2nd Vice President. Cleveland. 0.
h. P. fARMKK,
Asst. Sen. Pass. Art- Cleveland. 0.
"I. B. A W. K0UTB--UNI0N DSPOT XIMJ
asking XSeet May 13.153a.)
Uolnmbua, Sprlncfleld euid Ulnclnaat
Asaivi raoa bast.
1 InJlanapolla. Omaha Denver Kx "1 15 an
3 Indianapolis, Chicago A St. L.x 4 15 nn
S Indianapolis. Chicago. Kansas City
,x vinous, biiaiun.
10 20 an
7 Col., l'lndlay X Sandusky Fast Hall iZOsa
- ... DiraiT soiso aisr.
2 Nleht Kxnresa
N. V Ualto. 4 Wash'ton fast Una 45 an
6 Columbus and the " 30 pn
,2 30 an
o Asebcru "'"" , 7 W SO
ainelnnatl,8aodoakraad Cleveland Kail
road. aaarri raoa xoara.
1 Davtoa & Cincinnati Exnreaa
.1 03 am
. 4 23pn
. 9 IS an
.2 45 an
.10 35 am
3 Indianapolis, Cblcaso Jk St. L. Kx
a loiumous and tne Kast-
ni.ii. arQ wnwvw.
2 Toledo. Sandusky Cleve. Ex...
4 Flndlar X Sandnskv rastMs.ll
6 Sandusky Eipresj
S 10 par
Oblo Southern Ballroatd.
naiva raoa soctb.
3 Balnbrldfre Accommodation
9 30 an
i mail ana express-
DKPAKT soiva snim.
2 Fast Mall, Jackson and Western 10 25 an
4 waaninrtonu.u.cTuainDrliUeKx. 5 20 pm
Ohio, Indiana and Western Ballroad.
Aaarvi raoif srsar.
2 Colnmbus A Eastern Express . , , 2 20 aa
4 N. Y.. Wash'ton A Balto. Fast Line 9 4S am
6 Columbus and thlte.et t 20 pn
DxraiT aoixa srmtr.
1 Indlanapolls.OmahaADenverEx 1 05 am
5 Indianapolis. St. Lotus, Chicago,
Kansas City A Omaha Limited 10 25 am
S Indianapolis, St. L. A Chlcaico Ex 5 00 pn
All trains marked run dillvrsll othera dalle
except Sunday. Standard time, which Is
minutes slower than Springfleld city time.
U.lt. 11 ILLS Am ,
Passenger and Ticket Agent,
Union Denot. Sortnarfleld. (
n . .-s.-l'.- ..-'-""-j:- '
11. Al. un.UHllN. lAR,nl ft
BR0NSON, General Passenger and
Ticket Agent, C. S. A 0., C. 8. A C.
u. l.A iv.n.n.B.
Vnam.l Ml, HmM twiA XtT. tODB I
a week and you ba w the flneet-polisbed stove In tha
world, lfot sale by all Grocers and Stove Dealais.
Netta A Stephenson. J. D. Lankenau, Fer
dinand A Otto. Myers. LaSerty A-Co., The
J. D. Stewart Co.. W. B. Bnrnett.
are U.l. er Weee.
lVUUtr. Lee Ilea.
ALBERT MEDICAL INSTITUTE,!
CLEVELAND, OHIO, MAKES HIS NEXT VISIT TO
Springfield, St. James
from: o a.
Skin and Blood Diseases.
The large force of physicians which the doctor employs at his Medical Institate;
enables him to Ret away occasionally and give those who cannot well visit Cleveland aa
opportunity to consult lilm. The visits are necessarily brief, and by no means so fre-rj
quent as iiiiKiu im wisueu. uui in inose ne naa maae ne n&s neen able, by reason of I
vast experience and wonderful Intuitive powers, to do a great amount of good.
The Doctor Makes this Business Preposition
To all who are suffer Ing from the obscure or complicated diseases, who. from reason et J
delicacy, do not wish to consult home physicians, or who have been kept oft aatt. oe,
lying in misery, by some practitioner who has not had tbe honesty to say, "I easset.
cure you." , -
If you will visit him, he will chance you nothing for an examination, and he wini
tell you whether or not he can cure you, and If he can he will make a contract to do sa!
ltils is business. It Is different from the
meinoa, dui it is successful, ana, witn tne
uy kuaAiuvifcjucninu lusuiuus,
ONE WORD ABOUT THIS POWER.
lt la tbe same as that within a man,
He was Bern te do that Very Thing,
And nothing else. Ills Intuitive perception enables Dr. Albert to diagnose correetly
the most Important point In practice and then to bddIv the vast VnnwiMlmt whirl fc
has obtained by study and by the greatest range of experience enjoyed by any physJetaa
In this country. -j,
Call on the Doctor. Tcu will like him. You will like bis pleasant but business-like t
way, and above all. It you suffer from any obscure or complicated disease, you will like
uj ue cureu.
And "3Toijl protoettoly can I0&I
tigni boon neasons wny tveryene wns is suffering Witn a
Chronic Disease Sheuii Consult Dr. Albert.
He is a physician whose merit Is acknowledged at home,
lie has proved bis skill by success.
He has a wonderful power of diagnosis.
His experience in obscure and difficult
ljujsrciaii )uu ciui icncil.
He Is honest, and will tell you whether or
He has a wonderful power of Inspiring
He U buslness-llkn and prompt.
He has had many years experience In mlvate and Hospital practice.
un wouiu approaca tne aivine. i.ne men
ALBEHT will examine your case, and will
curable. If It is, he will Rive you the benefit
will frankly tell you so. Do not Imagine
uj, jiuui on ur iauea to cure you, mat you
A City Built Upsn
Tip. AXji3Iii tcx''W name Is
nus skill, and that in every village and Hamlet In this great state, to say nothing; of the
thousands in other States who hare profited by hla treatment The young; thank "
him for lot manhool renewed; the mltltlle-nj;1 because he has restored, tbem
to a capacity for enjoyment which they feared was lost forever; and the old because,'
he has smoothed the path of declining years.
THE ACE OF MIRACLES IS PAST
of existence that she produces results which almost rival the suieraiitnx-n.I,aBtt :
many diseases bave yielded to the skiUfol treatment of 3Dr JL.i5iiTli?:whleh-
the whole medical fraternity had pronounced Incurable, he alone maintaining; tne.
Dr. ALBERT has completely restered theusaR.s whs ha
at first considered themselves incurable because their phy
sicians could not do anything for them, but new they art
loud in their praise of Dr. ALBERT, whs rescued them fnm.
A LIFE OF MISERY AND A HELL ON EARTH. V
Bear in mind the day and
Springfield, at the
- St. tTAeHvIES
Thursday, Sept. 13
. UNTIL 4 F. :&. ONXT2T.
SnUeringtrom any of the results of youthful
Indiscretions or abuses, resulting tn Seminal
Weakness, Impotency, Lost Manhood, etc It
SO, S&WYKB'S UKUU SP-KCIFIC will
Core yon. Used and recommended by a large
number of specialists lndlseaaesot tbe genital
organs. The price for 6 boxes, which Is suffi
cient for any case. Is 15, at druggists or by
malt. Sample Box Free. H. HTSAVYS& i
Do Tour Own Dyeing;, at Home, with
They will dye everything. They are sold
everywhere. Price toe a package. 40 colors.
Tbey have no equal for Strength, Brightness
Amount In Packases or for Fastneas ot Color
or non-fading qualities. They do not creek or
smut. For sale by V. A S. Contents, 1ST West
Main street; Anam ocnmiat. west ssain
street. SortneB eld. Oh I o.
1ST IN THE
lat lr Mte. Md la all
CalUry Jla.Unjr Tsrvct Rl
aa. Lsb4 fbr llTaaaitra.taial tTaataMam,
V0s AW OATsipsaj VI.
W niml aU.aM.WffrtvMHBoU.Uy UtcE
M -. TttMlllfal
I V Btal nmrwm BUtm. M efcfc,
III uat m
nieea pctmct k
MlattM UK. M. JtssH
MEN AND WOMEN.
Hotel, Thursday, Sept J3?
m. to -i s?. r.
to Nervous. Chronic
ordinary, non-committal, wUe-and-slleat?
doctors great power of Intuition, it baa buUt
which makes him a rOETACTOU OR .
cases has been wider than that of any o&ecp
not he can ram vnn.
hope and confidence In those whose eases hV5
does not vrofess to cnre'everythlng. Bear
tnis in rona and contrast It with tbe b.
mendacity of the school of lond-moetbedi;
cnariatana. who. In their lust for money, data t
powers which are more Uian human, and If a
wno make these claims are not reliable. Db. '
thn 'rankle tall mn hoihor , nnj i i.-
of hla skill and knowledge: if it la not. W-
that because your former physician haveKlvea ;
are necessarily beyond the reacu or help.
a Hiir Cannot be Hid.
known wherever he has exercised his marvel-?-
w aro-tolti ;
but Science has peH-
etratnl so'far lfit3
the hidden ravsiertsa
date sf Dr. ALBERT'S visit te
This is theTop of the Genuine
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
.This exact Label
A dealer may say
and think he ha?
others as good,
BUT HE HAS NOTi.
Insist upon tbe Exact Label .and Top.
FN 511 anarsstEsx. sum hht it
GEO. A. UAG8EH & CO., Pitts0. h.
Oar nv CATALOGUE OT CAM
pAHaVlff OUTFIT, wttU consUwtion,
drill tactics mai fall lnonntm about
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