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GLOKE HEPCmiJQ MONDAY SVEMINfl, OCTOBER 18 1886
Uegr qalckla thai uv other known rtm- ? nine fcofrofro. Oil tears onrH . -irrr "dlc!fJUrk, inflow if faosnmn. alfTHttira. a. g Myer & cu. Sole H Conch at onca. t izr-.;i. . "" DII Will rtiM a sire vmr - via. a Dome. MILROAD TDIE CARD. Cl.T.liuid, Coluuinua, Cincinnati Xndlanaxxill. Knllwiay. 601SO EAST. Ntht Express 1 New York & Boston Ktpress 2 Cleveland A Eastern Express New York: Limited Express -1.20 m . am . 3jKpm .9-SOpm ..2.!5am GOING SOCTH. Night Express 2 E&tnrn f.tml.ju. .WO am 27 Sprincueld Jt Cincinnati Aecum 3.Uu am Cincinnati X Indianapolis Express. .10.00 am Clerelandi Cincinnati Eipress 1.20pm B CtntU ImUfct. Louis A Kan. Ex. 'UN pm .KllTErSOX 1 1ST. Night Express 120 am 1 Eaastern Limited 5.50 am J Cleveland Jt Cincinnati Eipress 1.20 pm ! fork. Bostan A Cincinnati Ex.i50 pm luirs raox soctb. Night Express U0am 82 Dayton. Springfield Accom. trU WO am 12 Aew York A Boston Limited 9.S am i CJereland Jt Eastern Express- 130 pm SB Cincinnati s-princfield Accom 5JS pm New i ork Limited Express ....9J0 pm Ao. 12 has through sleepers to New Rork and Boston without rhknra S Vn'tir2.tifSLiimL... !1fPFw,..c.c,2" Pesed entirely ot sleepers, east of Clsyeland. Throufa sleepers from Springfield. Makes New York In JUS hours. O. H. KNIGHT. B. B. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent, A. J. SMITH. Arcade Depot. G-P. A. Springfield. 0. Indiana, Bloomtncton and TTeteru Kail- road. COIKO XiST. Columbus Express..... ...... uo am Washington and Baltimore Ex 9:55 am 6 New York Limited 9:0 pm I Ludlow i'ai's and Columbus Ex 5:2S pm GOIKO WIST. 1 Nbjht Express.. 2:15 am S Kansas and Chicago Ex.... 5.1W pm 5 Pacific Mail and Ex 10:50 am 7 Columbus and Ludlow Falls Ex B.-U5 am coma oih. 2 Lakeside Ex 4 Put-In Bar Ex C Sandusky Ex iuiti raox east. .. ;:S am .. 100 am 5:30 pm 1;!K xm 1 Night Ex 3 Kansas and Chicago Ex.. 4:50 pm o racjuc .nail ana ex . . ju:u am T Columbus and Ludlow rails Ex 7:55 am umi j ao WEST. 2 Columbus Ex. ... , I.-05 am 4 Washington and Baltimore Ex VM am 6 New York Limited 9:30 pm 5 Columbus and Ludlow Falls Ex 5:15 pm uuvi raox xoetb. 1 Cincinnati Ex 1:15 am 3 Sandusky and Springfield Mall 4:45'pm t Day Ex ifcio am Ohio Southern Kailroad. oois SOCTH. 2 Mall and Ex ... i Balnbrldge Accom.. . 10:15 am , 5:35 pm AEE1VE raOM SOUTH. 1 Mall and Ex AM pm 3 Bambrtdge Accom 9:40 am Trains marked thus run dally; all other trains dally except Sunday. Train No. 1 has a through coach for Lincoln. Neb- and through sleeper between Springfield and l'eorla. Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair cars for Peoria, and through sleeper from In dianapolis to Chicago. Train No. 5 has elegant new Woodruff sleeper (except Saturdayj through from Columbus to St. Paul and Minneapolis; also through coach from Columbus to Kansas City, and chair cars between Columbus and Burlington. Iowa. All through trains on main line both east and west have through sleepers and chair cars between Columbus and Peoria. C.K.UENDEKON,(ieneral Manager. H. M. BKONSOX. (1. P. and T. Agent. D. U. UOACH.ieneral Agent. WM. HEFFaRMAN, Ticket Agent. lMtta, Cln. a St. Louts R. Kl 31. Divi sion. CCtXO WEST. 1 ast Line 7:25 a. m. 11' 'enla Accom 2.25 p. m. a. Mall 10:15 a. m. .esters Express 4 JO p. m. AEEivx raou west. 10 Xenia Aeeocu . 70 a. m. .10:20 a.m. . 4:05 p.m. . 6:15p.m. 6 Eastern Exnress 2 Limited Express. 11 .Express IT. T, Penn. Ohio It. K. oomo east. 11 Atlantic Express I:2Sa.m. t New York Limited Express 10:37 a. m. 3 Accommodation 5:02 p. m. 1 New York Express 10:37 p. m. eotxo wist. X Pacific '1""' 1:47 a. m. 1 Cln. and Western Exoress 10:37 a. m. o ox. Ijouis isipress . . "3:50 p. m. AH trains run by Central time, which la 23 Blnctcs slower than Columbus time. N. B. 'Dally. All others dally except Sun day. J. D. Phleger. Ticket A tent. oBceT2 Arcade. UNDERTAKING! Alii A. GROSS & CO., 50 West Main St. We are topplietl with & fall line of Underta ken Good, from the cheapest to the flneat lr the znarkeL Oar Embalmers are graduate with ft.ploca Alitalia promptlj attended, day or eight. 61 lalaetion guaranteed la ererr case. Finest turn oat Id theMxntr TSHIPMAN AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGINE Tut Boot u4 KtMtXimmrj 'EieaablOKritet m tksva I KtJtau mi 'eyiodL ror&iiUBda riifbt work, run &nA tat IDsnntPi di ud prloe Uat, ftM. J.J.WATROUS. tllBmH. OiUft Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye. bTABU:HEO lII. Bit tn th wtr d. nartnlcnt RtUbll In. Mtatovt Nediatvp. patmmcfit, no HdrcuUiw thitf , moli tb III cf frets ofbul d;ca. Imixv the bskir Mft aod bMstiruJ Blick r Bmwn, F.x placatory dm)a-r rt piirtpM'ttl In Mid nv timff-r this pspcr Sold by sll drttcrlsU. Appld h-v rrtmls at BiHa,j Wig Fstcisrj; 30 Esst 10th SL. X.T. Ctt . CUUDIO.M CL.AUtLMO.NX cr.Aucnox CLAUILTIO.NX COLO.N V t COLO.W Z COLO.NV I COLON V I COLON VI CLAUUJIONX CLAIlETlOtT COLON VI CLAULJHO.NT COLON V X new Hoase erety IS days fa U Itut C years. Onj TlUag-e, onl C luofitba old, lias t stores, t botela. z coorcnes, kooch, iicwvpaper, laciorr. Xoaitdrr, 4 maimer. IVnd, send, tend by sdl tnrstne, send Xorcircuisrsmtth 4 maps. SB I'tiolug-rapbic rata of houses, all abotK the wonderful eruwtii nf tur rml. ieiDD04istzu-uDssjsazinaiista&!lT. Litc rtpiclr onjjts soU,cUnuteinarketa,tstsrness opportDnltles, health, prices, terms, and 96 other distinct subjects. Farms lor I9J0 on monthly Installments to tbose haTins; empioyment. wit bout leaving: thflrsltnaUon. XddreJ.r-MACJAaareirx)tUjurTyCoW PAUL A. ST A LEY, Attorney and Expert or PATE3VT CASES, SO itCICOB OF PATEHT8. afiOBSB .. Aroade BsJiatac aMJ I ffMjLJf w. 1 (fVKlnWN asBxfaBlsaslsaKS&B !? Hp?( '. The College. "Where is the col lege building, Johnf asked an old man who was visiting his son in one i of the college towns. "lUght over there, father," replied the youth, pointing to a large stone building. -Handsome building, isn't itP I "Very Would you mind taking mo over! I'd like to look inside." i "Certainly not. I guess tome of the boys are at work there now. Come right along, ami 111 show you Bill Jones, our champion oarsman." The old man wandered about the building for a while, and then said: "This doesn't seem to mo much like a col. lege, John , it eenis more like a gymnasium. Is this all there is to itP "Well, this is the principal building. Of coun we have a few other minor ones." "Haven't you any recitation and lecture roonu! I want to see thews." "Urn ah yea, I believe there are somo somewhere. If you want to see those 111 ask some one to show us the w ay. I thought you wautod to see the college itself." Chicago Rambler. I Adtlee to Smokers. I "Asnuiser by compulsion" writes: Al low me to say that my own case more ! than beats out Dr. Michael Foster's view with regard to color-blindness. It is un doubted!) true that color-blindness Is the result of sticking to one kind of to- , bacco. A tew years ago I learned to smoke to cblige a friend. I never liked It. One day I called a blue color yellow and a red one green. My occupation is one in which ability to distinguish colors doctor after doctor in vain. I got worse and worse. One day a medical student called. By the merest nccldent I men tioned my malady "What do you smokef" he asked at once. I said. "Bird's-eve." "And you never vnrv it?" "Never." Without another word he handed me his pouch. It contained Honeydetr. I smoked for three hours, nnd nextdnrl was whole. The cure was wonderful. I continue to smoke talcing care to vary my tobaccoes for when I leave off I find the color-blindness comes back. I also find it advisable to keep a hor of cigars. They, too, arc n change. In my opinion no one who has once smoked shonld ! eTcr tfve "P the practice for this reason: , , .,' T. ,,., ,,.. .... i.. r am told that this medical student has been plucked ten times. It seems a shame. St. James Gazette. And the TTar Contlnned. Slimkins nnd his younp; wife had nst completed the first quarrel. "I wish I was dead." Fhe sobbed. "I wish I was too,,-hc blubbered. "Then I don't wish I was," and the war continued. The Servant Had Taken the Hint. At a house in Ohio where a minister was boarding, the servant prl was anxious to anticipate everything in her work that any one wished her to da She had always "just done it" or was "just doing itn when any onler was given. This amused the young divine greatly, and on one occasion he thought to r.ouj.lus the girl by a ruse. "I don't think Eliza has washed my Biblo since 1 have len here," he said to the mis. tress, in a low tone, but designed to be over heard by the girL A few minutes later the mistress id to her in the reMnoe of the clergyman, "Eliza, have you washed Mr. Blank's BibleP "ICo, ma'am; but I've got it asoak.'" Har poris Bazar. Knights of the Ilath. Now, just note the proportion. In Phila delphia, a city of 1,.W0,UA) Inhabitants, be tween June and September &S3tooo x?opIe patroninsl the free public baths, and of this number 4S1,0U0 were boys. Cleanliness jrould be next to godliness, indeed, in exceed Ini rarity in this griiy old world were it not for the boys. (Private to editors There aj not quite l,.VO,ll00 people in Philadelphia, but let it stand; the Pbiladelpbian won't mind it) R. J. Burdetto. "Lay thy sweet hands in mine, and trust in me," he said, but she only remarked that she had neuralgia and must hold her head. Then he bought her a bottle of Salvation Oil for twenty-five cen!s. Now he holds her sweet hands by the hour. John R. McLean has been sued for 57, 500 rent of the Union Base Ball park. "What is the whole duty of a married man?" asks the new conjugal catechism: To be aifreeable to his wife and keep Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in the house for the children when they ret a cold, of course. Ask us something hard. Mrs. Addle Xash. wife of Judge George K. Nash, died at her home in Columbus, O., Sunday. Ugliness DeHed. If you have a sallow face. And can many wrinkles trace Don't cry: If your cheeks have punples sore. And are with freckles covered o'er Don't cry. If you have grown so very plain, Tou can no longer lovers gain Don't sigh; For you'll regain within a week. If you the remedy will seek. The charms of beauty all complete Then try The wondrous Champlin's Liquid Pearl, Beauty's boon to even" girl. A carload of cattle said to be diseased was sold at the Cincinnati stock yards. Cholera Infantum. lhe greatest causes of this dread disease are excessive heat and improper food. Infants who are feed upon Millih's Food will pass through the hot summer safely. A physician in one of our largest cities brought up his babe upon it and wrote the following as his experience: "During these two years while living in the most densely populated and most sickly part of the city, during intense ly hot and intensely cold seasons, at no time has our child ben seriously affected in comfort or health." A friend of ex-President Arthur says his trouble is a species of gastritis and not Bright's disease. Weakly Infants, the mother's care and solicitude, are made strong by Mellln's Food. It is rich in muscieand bone-forming constituents in the form which is adapted to their digestive iKiwers. Yellow fever has made Its apearance In Mississippi, and 175 casesare reported at Biloxin that state. symptoms of Consumption. Pout Oram, Mourns Co., , J., ) March 17, 18S4. j My business is that of sharpening mine drills, and I am much exposed to sinake and gas. About three years ago I began to have a bad cough, with considerable indi gestion and pains in my chest. My physi cian told me I bad symptoms of consump tion. By the advice of my father, an old friend of UkaxdiietuV Fills, I com menced using that valuable remedy. By the time I liad got through the second box, 1 began to pass a very disagreeable humor or pus. I began to improve very rapidly after this, and grew stronger and better every day. My cough Is now well. I sleep at night and have no more Indigestion. William J. Siiakpi.es. The aggregate loss by the fire at Eastport, Me., is estimated at ShOO.000. Oue hun dred families are without homes. Every day adds to the great amount of evidence as to the curative powers ef Hood's Sarsaparilla. It is unequalled for general debility, and as a blood purifier, expelling every" trace of scrofula or other impurity. Now is the time to take it Sold by all druggists. Thomas Godfrey, of Washington C. II., drank several pints of peach brandy, to allay the pain of toothache, and died from the effects. Remarkable cures by St Jacobs Oil de llglit sufferers, and convince the incredu lous. Henry Ward Beecher created a sensation In London by denominating retributionists mousters if they marry, enter society or smile. Strengthen yourself physically by using Red Star Cough Cure. No opiates. 25 cents. Your price Is our price at any tiling near cost, llofman Co., the Jewelers who are forced to sell out their Jewelry store for the want of a good business location In Sorinc- Ifield. THE HIRED GIRL She makes a perfect picture, out there In that tropical sunshine," said Mr. Vil lars. "Look at her with tliul tear let rib bon at her ncek and those curls of her hair waving blue-black In the lntcnbo light! It is like a dream of Italy!" "Yes." said Mrs. Ieeds, "she is very pretty, but that don't signify so much. "She's a good smart girl, and don't lose any timo looking at herself in the glass, like some I've had." "Where did you pick her tip!" asked the young clergyman, carelessly drawing the newspaper from his pocket as he sat down on the carpet of pine needles under the big evergreen tree. "Didn't pick her up anywhere," said Mrs. Leeds, tartly (for this was a part of the transection that had never been quite satisfactory to her business-liko soul.) "She came nlong." "Came nlong?" (with a slight accent of surprise. "Ys looking for work." Mr. Villars lifted his eyebrows. "Then how do you know who she is?" he aked. "I don't know!" retorted Mrs. Leeds, unconsciously betraying her weak point by this irritability of manner; "but I know what she is, ami that's more to the purpose. She's the best washer that ever crossed my threshold; as docile as a kit ten, and as smart as a cricket; does twice , the work of anyone else that I ever had, ami if Bi,c's ever tired she don't say so." Mrs. Ieeils bustled off to interview Fanner Parks for more Aldcrney cream for the summer boarders, now that the house wns beginning to All up. j Mr. Villars improvised a pillow out of , his coat, folding it cylinder-wise nnd i placed under his head, and closed his i eyes In a sort of a summer dream among , the rinc bows nnd butterflies. i And Eliza, spreading out blcakbcrries , to dry on the board platform that had been erected along the garden fence, be gan to sing softly to herself. She was very silent ordinarily, but somehow it seemed as if the sunshlno had thawed out her very heart to-day. Mr. Villars had been right. There was something of the ntmophcre of Italy about Eliza her eyes were so deep and dark, her hair so glossily black, her cheek stained with such a rich olive. Moreover, she did not move like the girls of rock-bound Xcw England. There was a subtle gliding motion a langor of gracefulness In her gait which was for eign to all her surroundings. The girls of the vicinngo did not frater nize with Eliza when at rare intervals she accompanied Mrs. I.ecds to church, sewing circles or village gatherings; for in Staplcville the employer anil employe ocrunied one nll-comnrehenslve koHaI platform. They said she was "odd;" they looked at her askance; and Eliza, nlways very quiet In her ways, mode no effort to In- sinuate herself Into their good graces. Why should she? What did it signify, one way or the other, whether Deborah Smart and Keziah Hayes and Abby Jane Clark liked her or not as long as Mrs. Leeds was pleased with her? But the village girls made one error In their calculations. They hod not in- tended as time crept on to emphnsizo their antipathy to Mra. Leeds' Eliza so stronclv as to nwnken nartisan feeling In Mr. Villars' breast; but they did so, un consciously to themselves. j "Why do they neglect that girl so?" j the young clergyman asked himself. "Can they not see how Inflnitly superior she Is to them? It's a shame!" And so Abby Jane Clark and Deborah Smart and Keziah Hayes sealed their own doom, so far as Mr. Villars was con cerned. There was not one of them but would have been delighted to win a smile, a glance, a pleasant word from the young man who was summering at the Leeds farmhouse. But alas I like the priest and the Lo vite, he passed by on the other side; and when the village girls in their afternoon muslins nnd ribbons, sat at their windows and wondered why "he came not," he was in nine cases out of ten helping Eliza to gather peaches for. standing be side the brook, while she spread out towels and pocket handkerchiefs to bleach, or even explaining to her the difference between the notes of thrush and the woodlark, the speckled eggs of the robin, and the pearl-gray treasure of the whip-poor-will. "He seems to be taking a notion to her," said Mrs. Leeds to herself, as she eyed the pair from her milk room win dow. "Well, why shonldn't he? It's true he's a minister and my own nephew; but in my mind Eliza is good enough for any man. My sakes! won't Abby Jane Clark be mad? If ever a girl wanted to be a person's wife, Abby Jane does!" Thus things were progressing when one day a smart young tradesman from an adjoining town came to board out his fortnight's vacation at Deacon Clark's. The Clarks were a well-to-do family; but the deacon was a little close in his financial administration, and Mrs. Clark and Abby Jane were not averse to earn ing a new dress now and then out of the rent of their big spare room; and Mr. Trudkins brought a letter of recommen dation from a friend in Packerton, and he dressed in the latest fashion, and had a big black mustache that overshadowed his upper lip like a penthouse. "Oh, ma, how very genteel he is!" said Abby Jane, all in a flutter of ad miration. "A very nice young man indeed," re sponded the deacon's wife. And the very next week, Abby Jane came down to the Leeds farmhouse. "Have you heard this news of your Eliza?" she asked of the farmer's wife in a mysterious whisper. "Eh?" said Mrs. Leeds. "She's nothing but a play actress," said Abby Jane, nodding her head until the stuffed bluebird on her hat quivered as if it were alive. "Mr. Alphonso Trud kins saw her himself in the great Xew York Combination troupe. She was act ing a woman who was married to a Cuban, and lost her pocket handkerchief, and was afterward choked to death with the pil lows off the best bed. Desdemonia her name was, I think." "Well, nnd suppose she was?" said Mrs. Leeds, who was too good a general to let the enemy see what havoc hail been carried Into her camp. "What then?" What then?" echoed Abby Jane. "Well, 1 do declare, Mrs. Leeds, I am surprised." " I don't believe a word of it," said Mrs. Leeds, defiantly. "But Mr. Trudkins saw her with his own eyes!" cried Abby Jane, flushing scarlet with indignation. "He knew her the minute ho looked at her yesterday in church. Eliza Elismere her name was, he says, in the advertisements, and she danced a dance, with a yellow scarf and a lot of roses, between the pieces, making herself out to be a Spanish mandolin plaver. It's enough to make one's hair Etand on end to hear Mr. Trudkins tell about it" "It don't do to believe all one hears," said Mrs. Leeds, losing all count of the eggs she was breaking Into a china bowl, in her consternation. "AndSaple vllle docs beat all for gossip." "Well, you can ask her yourself, and see if she dares deny It," said Abby Jane, exultantly. "Here she comes now. Ask her only ask herl" And Eliza came into the kitchen with the spice box in her hand. Mr. Villars followed close behind, fanning himself with a straw hat. "I have come from the men In the hay field," said he. "They want another jug of cool ginger and water, with plenty of molasses stirred in, Aunt Leeds. Good morning, Miss Clark! I hope the deacon is quite well this morning?" Abby J.me turned pink, and smiled her most seductive smile. "Oh, quite so," she simpered. " I only came on " "Is it true, Eliza?" Mrs. Leods asked, sharply. Havo you been deceiving me! Are you n play actress all this time?" Eliza's large eyes turned slowly first to one and then to another of the little group. She did not blush It was not her way but the color ebbed slowly away from her cream, pale cheek. "I have been deceiving no one," said she "I am not an actress now. I have been one. Dut I did not like the life, so ,1 left It. If any one had asked mo I should have told them long ago." Mr. yuion acs forward, a&cUstcod. Wood's Sarsaparilla Combines, In a manner peculiar to Itself, the best blood-purifying and strengthening reme dies of the egetable kingdom. You il' find this wonderful remedy effective where other medicines hate failed. Try it now. It will purify jour blood, regulate the digestion, and give new life and Igor to the entire body. "Hood's Sarsaparilla did me gTcat good. I was tired out from overwork, and It toned me up." Mks. G. E. Simmons, Cohoes, N. Y " I suffered three years from Mood iison. I took Hood's Sarsaparilla and think I am cured." Mns. SI. J. Davis, Brockport, N. Y. Turiflcs the Blood Hood's Sarsaparilla Is characterized by three peculiarities : 1st, the combination of remedial agents; 2d, the proportion,- 3d, the process of securing the actIo medicinal qualities. The result Is a medicine of unusual strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown. Send for book containing additional evidence. i " Hood's Sarsaparilla tones np my system. rurines my Mood, sharpens mv appetite, and I seems to make mo over." J. 1". Tuomi-son, I Register of Deeds, Lowell, Mass. " Hood's Sarsaparilla beats all others, and I is worm us weigni in com." 1, hauulnqtok, 130 Bank Street, New York City. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists, fl ; six for fS. Mai: only by a I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. IOO Dosos Ono Dollar the girl's side, ns he saw his nunt shrink away. "Well." he said, "even taking it nil for granted, w here's the hnrm"' "Charles' Charles!" cried Mrs. Ieds, putting up her hands with n gesture oi warning. "Hemember poor A vice'" "It Is because I remember her that I speak thus," said Mr. Villars, calmly. " I had an elder sister once," he added. I turning to Abby Jane Clark, "who rnn away from home and liecame nn actress. She had talents far above the average, but my parents were old-fnhioned. and their ideas ran in narrow grooves. They i disapproved of the stage, so A vice left her j 'Whether she is dead or living we know not, but wherever shejs, I am sure that I she cannot but be good and true and pure." I Abby Jane's eyes fell under his cnlm j glance. She was a little sorry now that 1 she hnd chosen to como hither and leai the news herself. i Somehow. Mr. Villars had taken it in , a different spirit from what she hail an i ticipntcd. And Eliza's soft, languidly j modulated voice broke on the constrained i silence like drops of silver dew. "I have been an actress, and perhaps I should still be ou the stage," she said, "had it not been for circumstances. My father dealt in stage properties, and I was brought up to the business, but still I I nv" liked it Hut one cannot easily i S,P oat o llie path where one's feet have been plnced, especially If one is a woman. "However, the turning point came nt last. Our leading lady fell sick of a con tagious fever, lu n lonely village where we had stopped to play one night. The manager packed up everything In n panic and bjde us all be ready to go. I told him I could not leave Mrs. Montague alone. He said that if 1 left the company thus I should never return to it "Well, what could I do' The stage ! was my living, it was true, but our leud- mg imiy noti no lrieuus. il uuiu nave been Inhuman to desert her so. so I stayed behind and took care of her She died, poor thing, and it swallowed up all my earnings to bury her decently. "Then I tried hero nnd there to earn my living as best I could. I was not al ways successful. More thnn once I have been hungry nnd homeless; but heaven be praised, I have nlways found friend! before the worst came to the worst. Xow you know nil," she concluded, quietly, leaning up against the door, where the swinging scarlet beans made a fantastic background for her face. Mr. Villars had advanced n step or two toward Eliza as she spoke; his gaze had grown intent. "This leading lady of whom you men tion." said he, with an effort. "Do you remember her name? Hex real name, I mean?" "They called her Katharine Montague on the bills," said Eliza. "If she had any other name, she never told mo what it was. I say if, because because Oh, Mr. Villars, I never quite understood it before, but there is a look in your eyes that reminds me of her. I have been startled by the familiar expression many a time, but I never could convince my self where the link of association be longed. And nnd I still keep a little photograph of her that I found In her Bible after she was dead. I kept them both. Whit, and I will bring them to yon." Mr. Villars gazed nt the picture In si lence. Mrs. Leeds uttered n little cry ol recognition. "Heovcn lc good to us"' she wailed; "it is onr Avice, sure enough." The sequence of this little life idyl Is simple enough. Any one may guess it Charles Villars married Eliza. And even the most fastidious "sisters" of her bus band's flock can utter no word of re proach against the minister's wife, al though she makes no secret of the fact that she was once an actress. And poor Abby Jane Clark Is chewing the bitter husks of disappointment, for even Mr. Trudkins has gone back to Packerton without declaring himself. "There is no dependence to be put upon men," says Abby Jane, disconsolately. nelen Forrest Graves in Boston Times. WlintTluc Merit Will Do. The unprecedented sale of JloscJirc's Genium Synip within a few years, has as tonished the world. It Is without doubt the safest and best remedy ever discovered for the speedy and effectual cure of Couglis, Colds and the severest Lung troubles. It acts on an entirely different principle from the usual perscriptions given by Physicians, as it does not dry' up a Cough and leave the disease still in the system, but on the con trary removes the muse of the trouble, heals the parts affected and leaves them in a purely healthy condition. A bottle kept in the house for use when the diseases make their appearance, will save doctor's bills and a long sjell of serious illness. A trial will convince you of these facts. It Is po stively sold' by all druggists and general dealers in the land. Price, 75 cts., large bottles. sPSTa UNFAILING SPECIFIC FOR LIVER DISEASE. dVIUIDTniUIC . Bltterorbail teste Slillr lUITIO: In mouth; tongue coated w hlte or covered with a brown fur ; pain In the back, sides or joints otten mistaken for rheumatism ; ttoumtouiavli; lositof appe tite; sometimes nausea or waterbrash. or In dlcestlon; flatulency and acid eructations: bowels alternately costive and lax ; headache; loss of memory, with a painful sensation of having failed to do something which oucht to have been done; debllttj ; low spirits; a thick, yellow appearance ot the skin and eye; adrycouzb; fever; restlessness; the urine Is scanty and higb colored, and. if allowed to stand, deposits a sediment. SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. PURELY VEGETABLE, Isgencrallyusedln the South to arouse the Torpid Liver to a healthy action. It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the LIFTER, IvXDIVISYS vivr 130ArlJLS. AS EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR Malaria, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation, Billiousness, Kidney Affections, Jaundice, Mental Depression, Colic. Endorsed by the use of 7 M llllons of bottles, as ; THE BEST FAMILYMEDICINE For Children, for Adults, and for theAced. I ONLY GENUINE Has our Z Stamp In red on Front of Wrapper. , gs J. H. ZEILIN & CO., So Proprittor., . PA. Price, 51.00, A SENSATION Why is it that three bottles of I!. B. B. are sold in Atlanta to one of any other blond reined), and twiieas much ronumeil In the state of Georgians any other preiia- ) ration'.' No one need take our word, but simply ask the druggists. Ask the people. Ihej are couijieteiit witnesses. Mx hniises ill Atlanta are bit) lug B. II. 11. in live and ten gross lots, and snine of them buy as often as eery two months. Why theseun- precedented sales lien1 at liome witli so lit - tlf.ailv.THsiiii. M.ul..stv t.uln.ls iw mat. ing a reply. Had I!. It. it. been before the public a quarter or half a century, it would not be necessary to I bolstered up with crutches of pageadu-rtisementsnow. Merit will conquer and down money. a. . ,.n.. .- .. $1.00 WORTH $500.00. For four years 1 hae been a sufferer from a terrible from of Klieiimatisiii. which reduced me so Ion that all hope of recovery was given up. I have suffered the most ex - eructating pain day and night, and often vvlule writhing in agony havo wished I could die. I have tried everything known ior uiai nisease. uui iioiinug uui mo unj good, and have had some of the finest phy sicians of the State to work on me, but all to no effect. I have spent over $s()0 with out finding relief. I am now proud to say that after Using only one bottle of It. II. B. I am enabled to walk around and attend to business, and 1 would not take S.100 for the benefit received from one single bottle of B. B. B. 1 refer to all merchants and business men of this town. Yours, most truly, K. O. UAltA. Waverly, Walker county, Texas 1 1 10 SWALLOM'ED ..". I have been troubled with a serious blood disease for six years, and have expended over SiW.OO for worthless remedies which did me no good. The tte of 15 tiottles of B. B. B. has about cured me doing more good that all other remedies combined. It is a iuiek and cheap blood purifier. O. H. Ill'DOU'H. Talladega, Ala., April 20, ls.se. DEUOX.VrilATKI) MERIT. Si'AKTA, (!a.. May 15, lSstl. nhxxl Uitlm Co: ion will please ship us per first freight one gross 11. H. !. It gives us pleasure to report a gocxl trade for this preparation. Indeed it has far ecllised all other blood remedies, Initli in demonstrated merit and rapid sale with us. Ko.iki: A Vamdemax. All who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons. Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings. Ulcers, Sores, Uheuiiiatisni,;Kiiliiey Complaints, Catarrh, etc, can secure by mail, free, a copy of our 32-page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever before known. Address. BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. Ca. An Invaluable Medi cine for Woman." LVDIA E. PiKKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND, IiarosithrCart Pot ALL cl tboM Painful DeUc&t Complaint and Complicated troubles and Weaknesses ao common among our Wivea, Moth,- ers and Daocntera. ITISAhOTEKEIGS HEXKDY, trrmwrrTo TBI T1NTX, UTt CACTOrB AM im wiedtatt and tatt tna in its ttTtvt. IT 19 X TEST GREAT USLT XX FEZOXUtCT, AJTD UXXITKS t AM DCUSQ LABOK AXD AT BXGUUJt VETtnCAX. TOLlOVt. OVER 1000 LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA Alone, testlfjr aa to lta food qnaUUra. It is a delicate matter to testier about but we haTe their names. t9"Tor all weaknesses cf the craeratlre organs of either sex, it is second to no remedy that has erer been before the public; and for aUdiseasesof the Kid neys It is the Qreattit Krmtdg in tht World. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY. ( jmrpot 1 mMi for the Ultimate Staling of di aM and tht rttttfofptin,amd it dot ALL it claim to do. It will cure entirely all Ovarian or Vaginal trtrablra. Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and XJisplace ments; and consequent Spinal Weakness, and is par Uculaily adapted to the Change of life. WEARY WOMEN PRAI8E IT. It remOTCs raininess. Flatulency, destroys all erar. tng Car stimulants, ad relieves Weakness of the Stem ach. It cures floating. Headaches, Nervous Prostra tion, General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, and lackache, is permanently cured by lu use. AN ANGEL OF MERCY. It Is absolutely a safe cure for all female weaknesses, Including leuoorrbcea, irregular and painful menstru ation. Inflammation and Ulceration of the womb, flooding, prolapsus uteri, &c. It contains no sub stance that Is harmfuL la mxft and wur. ?1. (0 for $3) In Liquid, Till or loxtnge Form. yofcuallyshonMbewiLhxmtLYDLlE.lTiraaiAai'S LTVZH PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness, and torpidity of the liver, &5 cents per box. AU these world-wide celebrated remedies are manu factured at Lynn, hXass. The Compound (in form oi locenges and pills), liver Pills and Sanative Wash can be sent by mall on receipt of price. -A!I Sold by IragglsU.-J Bci-d stamp for Sirs. Pinkham Ouide to Xleelth" and Confidential circular, with description of oast and symptoms cf weakntsta. Mention this .ftuwn HUMPHREYS DR. HUMPHREYS ISouk of all Diseases. Cloth & Cold Binding lUfagM, with Stl Kssra-lsc, MlILXDrBtE. lwt or rnisopAL hob. rVfrs. Congestion, Inflammation?.,. .5.1 Worn., Wonalfw, Morn. Colic 25 f'nlntf Colli, or Teething of Infants. .25 IMarrhca, t( llultlren or Adult 25 lltsenirrv. Ono mc. Uiltoaa Colic .t Cholera Morbus, omtting 25 Coughs. CwJd, llrunchitis 25 eiiralcie, inotnarne, ractache 25 Headarhr. LStck Htadarha, Vertigo. .25 HOMEOPATHIC l)spirla. Uihous Momach .25 urprrnt-t cr Painful IVriods 25 till.. I h l'rolu IVrioda .25 Croiin. t 1.,'h, U tnnlt Urea thin 25 !! Uhrtun, 1 ipij, r.rnpttoas.. .25 1 1 he u mat !u. Ituvuniftltc Tami 25 (Vtrr m.i Acut. MaUria. ."( IMIri. lUmt r IlWdnc AO Citnrrh, InlWnra. J in the lUsd ,.V U ti no pine In us II, -nt tonens.. .50 (irnrral 1rMIIIV.rb7iit Weakness ,5( UUury lllf 50 tr.uua Debility . ...l.H Crlnarv Wrnknrss.WetttnelbNl... 5 Uiaraarsiif llir Heart. 1'atiMTalmn 1 .(Ml SPECIFICS. irice. iiiruaii3-aiuiiiskio.iiiiuM.a.l. GRANDS FnrK 4darfcr.ni1iea.nra.. IJvrrCom plalnla. lndlgrallon. Mild but eOrctlvr. UTBOL.U UY DRl't.'UISTS. Notice lo Contractors. SEALED PKOl'OSALS will be received at the ollii-e uj the city clerk ot the city oi Sorlnc- fleld. Ohio, tor fumUhlm: all the materials and dolti the work of constructing a setter- pipe drain irom me intersection 01 (irand ave nue and IVarl street west along (irand avenue to Clifton avenue, to connect with the Urand avenue sewer. All proposals must he for doinKsaln work ac cording to the plans, profiles and specifications in the city engineer's office, must be signed by the full name of all parties Interested in said bid. and by some responsible disinterested per son as a guarantee that a contract will be en tered into proviled the bid is accepted, and must be on file In the city clerk's office on or before 12 o'clock, noon, of Thursday, the 21st day of October, A. 1). lvw, to be opened and publicly read immediately after 12 o'clock of said day. In the presence of thenriyor.city en Klneer. assistant cltj engineer mid city clerk, or any ttoof them, and reported to council at the first meeting thereafter. The city council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals presented for any reason they may deem sufficient. lly order of council. J.S.SHEWALTER. 311am CltyClerk. VJTT ANTKI General agents, to wholesale TV mynew motor, llare chance, good sal ary or .'i0c on the dollar. Address, with stamp. F. M. Weaver, Indianapolis, Ind. (Name this paper.) '0 Tears jajfiBjW, Uecord.BgH vfi' wM" iffVslJssm lasBBTTVh A v$4lWI llSssaHfc rVi4HR TTntemllng. A.ltertUers should address GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 10 SPRUCE STKKET, NEW YUBK CITY, For SELECT LIST ot 1.000 NEWSPAPERS. Will be. sent ruse on application. , LOCAL NOTICES. LADIES, is life and health worth preserv ing? If jou think so, use (illniore's AroJ matic Wine. Fur sale bj Then. Troupe" dmggLst. Knetn Worth Knowing. Ill all diseases of the nasal mucous mem brane the reined) uv-d must be uoii-irritat mg. The medical proU-ssiou has been slow to learn this. Nothing satisfactory ran lie !ace"l"l,,is,ie'' "'"' "lo'ifhes. snuffs, pow- '" syringes, astringents, or any sinn Ii,r ai;i'--alins because the) are all irritat ""V "t thoroughly reach the affected ' r.urfa; aml !,,1,.",M "' b..iidoiied as worse I '"V1 ''" , A inn titude of persons who j V"', f,,r 1)l'ars lK,r."',al1 the worry and pain that catarrh can iiillietti-stlfy to radical and g"""""" """"-'"' "y '' Cr":u" A 1an.ki:oi s SriM.ir.w. Oi-kuation. , ' A fa,;lI mj,take. At the time Dr. Vance, of Cleveland, performed the operation on 1 tle lady for the removal of a cancer of the . stomach, he found, when too late .that the p,H,r vvoinan had nocaticer to be removed, The disease was indigestion, and if she had taken the Shaker Extract of Koots iMeirel's Sjniy), that awful iIMrt.s at the pit of the stomach, which made the doctors think he had cancer, would have Ixt-n removtsl. Distress after eating, dull, heavy feeling in tho head, with pains in the side and hack all vanish after using tills wonderful rem edy. The tired, languid feeling gives place to strength and vigor. Mrs. Delia Marsh writes from I'ea Kidge, Benton Co., Ark., that she had dysiepsia in the worst form for live years, and that nothing gate any relief until she used the Siegel Syrup. Consumption ('nil leCitre.l. Xot hy any secret remedy, but by proper, healthful exercise and the judicious use of Scott's KinuMon of Cod Liver Oil and lly IKiphospliites. containing the healing and strength-ghing virtues of these two valua ble sjiecitics in their fullest form. 1'iv srribed universally by physicians. Take no other. Consumption Cure.1. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placetl in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable renin!)' for the speedy and per manent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and lung affections, also a iositlve and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Com plaints, after having testisl its wonderful curative powers in thousands of eases, has felt it his duty to make It known to Ins suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, 1 will send free of charge, Ui all who desire it, this reciM in German, French or En lish, with full directions fcr preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W. A. No)es, U'J Tower's Block. Rochester, N. Y. Advice to MoUiera. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Synip, for chil dren teething, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians 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 value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen tery' and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and wind colic By giving health to the child it resUthp mother. I'Tiee25e a bottlo. WHAT WIM. CUBE THItOAT AND LUNG TROUBLES? Cilmores Magnetic Elixir. For sale by Theo. Troui, druggist- Cnn'tMnke Anjthlng I.lkr It. I have -been practicing medicine for .twenty )ears, and have never been able to put up a vegetable coniound that would, like Simmons Liver Regulator, promptly and effectively move the liver to action, and at the same time aid (Instead of weaken ing) the digestive and assimilative powers of the system. No other remedy within my knowledge can fill its place. L. M. Hixtox. M. D.. Washington, Ark. 'The KptII anil the Deep srn." The old story of the poor soul who was caught between "The devil and the deep sea," gets a new illustration from the deal ing of doctors and drugs with malaria. The story' is soon told: "My daughter.'' said a lady, "hail been struggling with malaria for four years. She was all the time out of health xor apietite, disordered digestion, pale earthy color, pain in the head, limbs and back, and ever)- now and then a right hard chill, followed by fever. Then we would send for our doctor and he would prescribe quinine, just as he did from the first and so kept doing all along until the name of quinine sounds like the tolling of the bell. Clearly between tne two. her health was being ruined and her very life in peril. She was really between "The devil and the deep sea.' Sometimes the name is varied, and it is called some other Mne' in place of quinine, but it is all the same the old firm with a new sign. In this dilema a lady friend said: 'Why not try Humph rey's Homeopathic Specifies, Nos. Ten and sixteen.' 1 tried them, lhey were a suc cess from the first, and not only cured the malaria, but restored her to perfect health, and left 1:0 trace of disease or drug pois oning." TRADE IL Th oniT perfect substltuto for Mother's mux. iQTBiuaoiB ia cnoiera infantum nd Teething. A pre-diucstesd food for Dysr pptlcsv Consumptives, Convalescents. ijtivv vonsumpnTM, vonTaiescenis. rfect nttrient la ail Wasting Diseases. ""V' i-i-M)U6 ia tu vraitine ui senses. K4quires no cooking-. Onr Book. The Care and Feedlneof Infnnta. mailed free. DOLXBER. QOODALB A CO.. Boston. Itfasa. J. Leuty's Sons. .LrP'Ss i-' & tv f- L-Uy Hsndiomcland best oquipned Dsilr Meat Mar ket In the SUte. Brat Beef. Mutton, Veal, Lmt and Salt Meali to be had anywhere. Custom one gained al way. retained. and 10 South Market Pt LJaiirinSnE MullusaDa fmrtwzmm bend 33 mil fir our onnc boxot w ait? tmhroil- erjMlk:.wouMcftl laakeltu. Wiiolksalk Tkicjc Lists aent cnlj h hen application In accompanied by Uxslnctnt card. WILSON WASHBOARDS. Tbes.'W&jhboards axe made vrith a Bent-TCooil rim. TbeEtrocff e.t board, and bet wubers in th vrutld. Tot salt by all dealers. Tax. no other. SAGINAW X'F'fl CO., agtuavrr. , . JUdUKaa. r For An0 1 INFANTSINVALIDS " ""ilT HARK. rip i &&&? np ?,- mm MEAT lUHKET! m I lal ECZEMA ERADICATED. Irfnnemen 11 1 due Von In rar that I taLcn Swift s-pg, fla ,. 5,, troubled ji me oepnmii! pnnin- of cold Heather l.t-t fall It relumed, SMS rodoubt hmk it i aj never and I cot eO It also bencsied mjr wife greatly lu.ciii a urraiiiii i mi oa my nine mruc year Watk-.n..i le (.., Feb. Ik jsss. Treatise on Eloua and Skia Disease. mai!l ttrr The fcwirr rmro Co.. Drawer 3. Atlanta. O. 1p These Palnta aro in every respect strictly first-claa, being composed et f1 purest materials obtainable. They havo a Iarscr Falo than any other p tiiis country or abroad, and, although they they will do more and better work for the derful covering properties, while their superior durability renders thenj the Eton eco nomical paints In the world. Sample Cards H. W. JOHNS MANUFACTURING CO., 50LE Ua-NCFACTUEEBS OF H. W. Johns' Asbestos Fire and Water Proot Boiler Coverings, Rool Cement, Roof Paints, Pre 87 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK. CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA. LON0OM. ISEslHE&rvrifl MZiBB;S7 Tiro Volt., r.oyal tro. tt OjJIaal Map "Batatiful and - rtotBMlr uloatuted, abounds vun utut OMOipoou.--1 Tribune. jicraia. A will mad. and Int.r. illiir from M Volnm.a in ..n. BUSINESS DIRECTORY: DENTISTS. C. K. CONVERSE, distil moot. Kooras 5 4 6. Mitchell Block. A. LEWIS, I DIJTIST, S. E. Cor. Main and Market Sts. w, H. SMITH, KMVMor ichiso TrtrHCirriD WITHOUT TAtS1, Masoulc Building. JOB PRINTERS. Hs. I.IMUOCKEIC ! and 57 Arcade, Print tr. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer Wedding Koods and calling cards a specialty. CABINET MAKER. )KTKlt 1IOI.L, cabisit uiita, riciia axd KieMsia, 110 Y. Main St. UNDERTAKER. w. A. (iltUsS A: CO, UNDCKTAKfcli-S. Office and Wareroom. W W. Main St. Residence IW W HUxh St. NOTARY PUBLIC. I SULKY IHlADFOim, L AB.HTKACTER Ok USD T1TI.ES. COSTKVASCER A.XD MrTART PtBIJi. Ofllce : Iloom 9. Arcade PATTERN-MAKER. trj T. r.YKKKK, II rTTia.s- aili, 3? Vt. Washlnzton street. lljilels cart folly maoe andiulterns properly mien in an metau. BJOK BINDERS. JOUNSON Jt 1JOUNK, LKSAICEd UF TKC E. L. BAEKKTT Jc 803 BOOK BIXDERT, 170 West Columbia, street, General Book Binders and Blank Book Manu facturer. MACHINISTS. ITUIUn'UULL, icuisier. in ciiiul job wotr doji. 17 . Center st r J. 1IICKKY. ii. Practical 'achlnlstand General Job Sbop, dDanat-s t. vasQinstonsc NEWSPAPER i ADVERTISING j Pays Best i WHEN PROPERLY DOHL j ! WOIMTO AND DO CIVCTO ALLCUSTOMCRS.j iLOWCST PRICCS'-'PROMPT TBAKSaCTIOIlB j Judicious SclcctionsConsmcuous Posi-j ITIONS-- -CXPIRICNCCO ASSISTANCE..-. UNBI-j ASEOOaiNIONS AND CONriDENTlAL SERVICE. ! I I iAdvcrtiscmcnt. Dc.io.co. Paoor. Shown an.i I CaTtaiAT.a or Car IN .NT Ncweeaecne. FuRMieHco to RcaeoN.t.LC PaariK. J j FREC or CHARGC J J Tho H. P. Hubbard Co., j i Succ.MOfltoH P.HUBBARD, j jjudicious Advertising Agents and Experts,: j EsUbtiihatd 1871. tncorporattd 1 885. 1 1 j ; New Haven, Conn. ! Ji"Ou 200 Pac Catalogue or LcaoimoJ J Ni'iPMnt," Sint Foci on ApnKATioM. A !Vx!t that eTerr father hould itace In M son'i h&nda aud rvaU hituscU with tb ntuOft (.-are. GItm all the tympcoms and terrible ruUa of liin-a;a due to Larlr ltr aad Icavr- unrc ,tTo(. Jneiiie. nu.-taa.rKls and lltuu or tarn- ttr l"m is ranee.) lli oea It. TraUmonlala from eminent LonJon Doctors FRENCH HOSPITAL TREATMEKT For Draina, tWa j, Wraktu-sn. Lot Vitality. Etc Sent jntr fi!tHL Frff CoHultalln. From A- MtoSr.x. ClVLUX AUK.NCV, 14 1'alUa SU.ew VarL. GU UVm -ie 14 It theu rt vf ;- jt i 1 t! feme lie, tn-t tM -liniott uaivciu. Ui - tfefS, xi'Rrur nr'vsj. 1- is. Tr Gh'fi thr (of th, . -1 ami " 1 cue ft) f 1 1.H& A. L b.-l I" u . r &- r . J Uk tout rotallfr for th Orlelnal S3 Bfa ' Beware of bniuuona. Kane GenBln"n,e"" bearinttbli Stamp JAMES MEANS' S3 SHOE. , iUde In Button,CongTs ft laen. tiest tw ann. unexceuou in Xfuraofufy.LrOsfVort awmp- as will bring yoa Infonna- iiou dow w get tou auvo In an r St ate ur TarritorT. .Meansaw., 41 Lincoln St. iiuBtos,iLau. This shoe stands higher la the estimation ot TTtarfr than anr other In the world. Thoaaanda who wear U will tell 70a the reason 1170a ask Uan, BOOK FREE ir to DATS.xa . f ijj cknMStrtcu.r. 1 K f p" c m B W flk I m W ls fSCSfejIko FOR SALE BY STARKEX & SC01YDEN, tS.TBM aSOAPS. Ihink I am ent retv well of eczema after bavla In my far sioce last sprio?. with it very tittle in my fr since last spring. made a slight pp-arance, but went awav and un. at ifA..t it out mrivMem in erond condition In case of sick heaitacbe, and made a perfect Itir JAMES V M. ItORIUS. om aaauier 14 summer S&JCm TKY-KrrT2W-l.littLa f.n.I I j In coat a trifle more per gallon than .. ,y 0lh Bamo amount of money, owing to t.'ieu- and Descriptive rrico List free by nau. Sheathing. Building Felt, Sa-KeUngt, Prcol Paints, Colors in Oil, Varnishes, etc. FARTHEST NORTH! Three Years of Arctic Service. Tly A. TV. GREELT, llenl. 17. ft. Array. Corn's- Ladrrnnklln Bar ExD.dltlon or 11-4. uxth Steel Portrait, over IOO Illustrations and and Charts. Sold only t Subscription. rlchlr filled volames." Cincinnati Con'l Gotta. 'nsv ., The most Important srork publliled en littit aattaa." . AfKJr wiloom. book." 2f. T. An. earito eoTar." Jf. T. Herald. ara. aillifajtarT and cOmBltt.M .ATI Tl Vi - " No atorr ef Ami a exploration haa eqaaltd it in prvr, rala p.thoa. Hartford Post. I A Special Agent Wanted In E Yery CI tj-and To-arav. Addr.. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS. $. 17S Elm St., Cincinnati, or 743 Bssaadwmr. Xew T.rk. ESTABLISHED 1SC1. BUDD SKISQEDWARDST.. LONDON. MADISON SQUARE. NEW YORK. , SPRING and SUMMER 1886. DRESS SHIRT3. In White. Printed and Embroidered Colored Pique. The Latest Novelty for Bosoms, etc. French Fancy Percales, Madras and Chocjt vlOins. Alt. uiim ajuuuu uu imii sign. SPECIAL Fancy Imported Flan: fieis for Ten snooting, etc SUITS Made in best manner and with rromptnea ALLEN. SOLLY & CO.'S : 1IOSIKKY AND UNUERVVEAIl. la Silk, Merino. BalbrlRgan, eta. AU WeUhu and dualities. NOTICE. The above coods are all "lland-rraun." Made, and manufactured especially Tor House. Warranted tne best ol tne klndkno1 Taken for Gentlemen's Oatatttns from anr cart of the world. The Largest and llnest stock of Men's FarnlshinKS la tne States on hand at popular prices. SAMUEL BUDD, Madison Square, N. Y 50 Team exptirl)Bc mm sutd Ventilating Engineer. 82 & 64 River St., CLEVaAND, TROY, NEW YOilK, CHICAGO. nel for Descriptive Catalogua, O. B. WILLIAMS, aawlngflelO, OlaJsm, Guaranteed J. D.KETCHUX&Co. 1 GLEELA-D, OHIO. AC nrn m Offer First Mortcace Farm Ol ID U . Lo5n.? ' I?w- Minn.. Dakota, lSTIELST OCIKAXTEIO. Tniul. ,. and negotiated by the Aheii- A3D icis: iNvisTMixTCo-otKmmets-Mir.;. Ia. Also. 6 per cent. Debenture Bonds, ot same 7 nm PT .eonipany. runnlnc 10 years. Un U . ! urel by Mortrase leans ""deposited with MiaCAxrtEl Ttrrn.AfV.wTn,i- irtmJ Inretments I for circulars. PASSAGE RATES REDUCED - ANCHOR LINE Steamers eTery Saturday from New York t Glasgow and Londonderry Rates ot passage to or from Xew York, Liverpool, IjondMlem or Belfast. CABINS. and W3. SECOND CLASS.0 Steerace outward or prepaid. S30. Anchor Line drafts lssned at Lowes: Rates are patd free ot charge In England. Scot- A -and and Ireland. - si For Books of lours, Tickets or other Inl atlon, apply totjlENDERSON BROTti new irx , gH,..nan, ii) HavtssPds MANUFACTURED fiv r oiinwsv 3 M Fjkw 1 m& m (.iTelTeK-tT I -jwv this JM&. 2Br 1 I "ssbK w FLnLryk RSav'Sf "ssWmm it' J'