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UMBairfri'pflTfTtilPP d& ;j!!SS'Srx If fJsBil . .T-TTMrf, i . L '. " -- -'' . Lk . .3 AMUSEMENTS. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE ONI? XIOUT OM.Y, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8 The eent ol the amusement season, LILLiE HALL'S BUKLESIJUE COHTANY A.D Fannie Bloodgood's SPECIALTY COMPANY, I'nder the management of Geo. S. Bussey Grand tluuble entertainment . maKnln cent larlsian novelty, lbe most pleaslne burlssque ol the day - OX-Y-GEN! As performed by tbe far-famed artiste. Lydta Thompson, for one thousand nlcnts In Europe and America. Handsome scen ery, beautiful songs, elecant wardrobe, superb music, pretty tableaux. Introducing a splendid array of entirely new andorlg Inal features Prices as usual. Seats at C It. Pierce Jt Co 's. BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE Thursday Evening, Dec. 9, '86 Magnificent production of tbe latest Lon don. New ork. Uoston. Philadelphia and Chicago success, the most gorgeous pre sentation of Comic Opera ever witnessed In America. ERMINIE! The greatest of all comic opera successes. KeceUed with roars of laughter Press Comments New York It will enjoy tbe longest run eier made at popular Laslno Herald There Is nothtni; but praise for "Ennlnle." World. Will run long and successfully.- Telegram. Bright, tunelul, catching inuslc JIall and Express. It will run until the snow flies News lo erery respect one otthe best of the per toimances set before tw York audience during tnepast fle years. There Is a delic ious Tien of humor running through tbe whole play Sun Illustrated by Rudolph Aronsod's New York Casino Opera Company, Su in number Seats at Pierce' Uoservrd seats tl. Ad mission 35c Ciftc and 76c. THE NIGHT OWLS. A novelty at last Grand Opera House.one night only. riiurwlay, lsrniibrrilh. 0 SUPERIOR ARTtSTS 40 DANIKLS AND MANCIIKsTKIfS Novelty and Burlesque Co., Including many well known here, MANCHESTER and JEXNI VilS. HARRY MOKKIS. LOL'ISE DEMPSEY, PAUL1E IIATCIIELOII. The great J tTA V. the Only. LiRRY TOOLEY. GEO. W . BItOtt X. JOHNNY ULNN, and a great chorus of 20 VOICES 20 Tbtywlll present th Quaker Maidens. The Ulaek Husw I trill. Fuses, lunce. Matuary. the brlrbt and spicy prozramme to conclude with a burlesque on New ork's irreatest uc- cr,witha runol orer five hundred ulsht. A-DONIS. Prices. 75, M) and 2".. Seats on sale at Harris's Cigar btore. Adams&Osborn, DIME ISEUi 71 "West Main St trill be open erery atternoon and evening with a complete chatuecf programme every week. Admission To all parts of the house only (10) ten cents BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. B. CONVERSE, I SXSTAL riXLOES. Rooms 5 A 6. .Vltcbell Block. TA.LEWIS, nisrnsT, 6. E. Cor. Main and Market Sts. w, B.8MITM, aaavaa or acsisa Txira cxrrs WfTHOCT rii. Masonic Building. JOB PRINTERS. HS. UJIBOCKElt, 5T. and 57 Arcade. Print, t er. Engraver and Fashionable btattoner. Weddlss goods and calling cards a specialty. CABINET MAKER. PKTEB 1IOLL, caxiHT Mails, racixx ikd airaisia, 110 W. Main st. UNDERTAKER. WA. GROSS CO., UKDEICTAKER8. OCce and tVareroom. U W. Mala at. Residence 182 W. nigh st. NOTARY PUBLIC. AHULET IIRADFORU, assTaxcrxa or una titlxs, COXTZTAXCSX iSD S0TAXT FlIUC OlSce: Room . Arcade PATTERN-MAKER. T. PAEKEB, . nmu mxix. a w . vt asntngton street. Models carefully made and patterns properlj gated ln all metals. BOOK BINDERS. JOHNSON DUKNK, liuiu omiLL. aiaarrr t sox'e soot BIXDIZT, 170 West Columbia, street. General Book Binders and Blank Book Mans lacturer. MACHINISTS. 1 K. TURKISH 1.L, t xaCBiauT, aKOOtxEaiLJoavoakcoiTB. i, ji. venter su J. II1CKET, Ji Practical Machlnlstand General Job Shop, andV K. Washington St. i. Leuty's Sons. e7' M.5 rnl-,ji-l ZvXttTj-J ?WiBm iv , K-m U J Handsomest and bestequlpped Dally MestMar- kttln tbeRtate. Best Beef, uutton, veal. Lamb aodSaUMeatstoLhdanjbere. Costomonet g-alnedalwajretained. nd 10 snrth VarVet Ft. ' OKDNKV HOC8E, 'KW TOEK, Broadway and 40th Street. Opposite Casino and Metropolitan Opera House. One-it tbe most elegant nf the New Hotels of the Metropolis. Comfort and luxury. A home for families. A resort for business men. Restaurant of unsurpassed excellence. Moderate charges. Rooms trom tl a day. Gex'l Dix Micri.IT and WaLTEE B. Bowers. Proprietor!. Broadway can pass th door. N sSW,. Si 'a M I -r TsT T-J I r'JWtV sJ-f rjr Suv Rheumatism We doubt If there Is. or can be, a specific remedy for rheumatism ; but thousands who bare suffered Its pains bare beeri greatly ben efited by Hood's Sarsapartlla. If you hare failed to find relief, try this great remedy. " I was afflicted with rheumatism twenty years. Previous to I&33 1 found no relief, but grew worse, and at one time was almost help less. Hood's Sarsapartlla did me more good than all tbe other medicine I ever bad." II. T. Bjxcom, Shirley Village. Mass. " I had rheumatism three ) ears, and got no relief till I took Hood's SanaparlUa. It has done great tblngs for me. I recommend It to others." Lewis Bckbam. Blddeford. Me. Hood's SarsaparHla u characterized by three peculiarities : 1st, the combination of remedial agents; Sd, the proportion; 3d, tbe proous of securing the acllt. medicinal qualities. The result Is a medicine of unusual strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown. Send for book containing additional evidence. "Hood's S-irsarwrllla tones up my system, purines my blood, sharpens mv aMetlte. and seems to make ma over." J. P. Thumpsox, Hood's Sirsaparllla beats all others, and Is worth its weight in guld." I li.uuiU.oTOX. 130 Bank Street, New Turk City. Hood's Sarsaparilla Bold by all druggists, i 1 ; six for 15. Mad only iy a L HOOD Ar CO, Lou ell, Mass. iOO Posos One Dollar. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Cltrelaxid. Colatnbns, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway. eoG east. Night Express U0 am New York A Boston Kxnress Ntfam Cleveland Jfc Eastern Express X pm Hew York Limited Express .S.45 pm GOIKO SOUTH. Sight Express MSam No 27. Sng., Cin. Wes. Ex. . 5.M am No I. Cin Plying llucklye 7 50am 29 Cincinnati A Indianapolis Express 10.(10 am i Cleveland A Cincinnati Express . 1.25 pm 5 Clntl, Ind..t. Louis A Kan. Ex .. pm abeite raou east. B Night Eij res 115 am No. l.Cln. riiug lluckeye . &Aiam 3 Cleveland A Cincinnati Express 15 pm 5 New I'ork. Ilostan A Cincinnati Kx-'US pm aeeive raoM bouth. J I Night Express ISam 31 Dartoa. Sprlncfield Aecom tr"t... h-V)am 11 Sew York 4 Boston Limited si.3.ram 1 Ciereland Jt Eastern Express -. a.(l pm 3' Cincinnati Springfield Accom ... Mpm t New York Limited Express S.45pm Ko. 12 has tbroueb sleepers to New York and lot ton without change. No. Ill tbe famous limited express, com posed entirely ot sleepers, east nf Cleveland, rhromtn sleeper trom Sprlnztleld. Makes "?rorkln aix hours and boston ln i hours. G. H. KNIGI1T. . B. Ticket and Ooeaa Steamship Agent, V. J. SMITH, Arcade liepot. 6. P. A. SprlnKneld. 0. ta lliuia, Bloomlngton and Western Ball- roskd. aaatTi raoa liST. 1 Night Kx. . HV am 7 Sandusky JIall. . . 7A am i I'acinc Mall and Ex 10:W am 1 Kansas City Kx . 5K6 pm eoiao KABT. I Columbus Kxpress...... I 20 am Atlantic Mall ti 45 am S t'andusWy Mall 1 2i pm 0 New ork Limited y.tt pm aaaiTE raoa wxst. i Eaitern Ex 25S am i AtlanUc Mall - K.l" am 3 New iork Limited V.35 pm eoisa wist. 1 Night Express 2:15 am 5 Pacific Mall ll':S0 am 3 Kansas City Ex . 5:15 pm aaaiTa raou aoarH. 1 Cincinnati Ex 1:15 am 5 Kenton Accommodation- f:2Ti am 3 Columbus Mail . . . 1.15 pm eoiM aoara. 1 Lakeside Ex 2-45 am t Put-la Bay Ex 10.-O0 am 6 Sandusky Ex 5:35 pm Ohio Southern R&IIroad. AEaiTirioM sorrH. 1 Mall and Ex 4 JO pm 1 Balnbrldge Accom . ... 9:40 am eoixo SOUTH. 1 Mall and Ex 10:25 am I Balnbrldge Accom ............ 5:35 pre Trains marked thus run dally; all other trains dally except Sunday. Train No. 1 basathrough coach tor Lincoln. Neb., and through sleeper between Springfield and Peoria. Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair strs tor Peoria, and through sleeper from in Uanapolls to Chicago. Train No. 5 has elegant new Woodruff sleeper ,exoept Saturday) through from Columbus to 3t. Paul and Minneapolis; also tbrougb coach trom Columbus to Kansas City, and chair ears Between Columbus and Burlington. Iowa. All tbrougb trains on main line both east tnd west bare through sleepers and chair cars Vtween Columbus and Peoria. C.E.UKNUEKbON. General Manager. H. M. BR0NS0N. Gen Ticket Agent. I). H. ROACH, deneral Agent. WM. BEFFERMAN. Ticket Agent. Pitta, Olxu A 8U Louts K. K 1 M. DItI aloBu OOtlO WEST. 1 T as t Line 11 Zenla Accom. . 7:15 a. m. . 2J5p.m. . 10:20 a. m. . '4:10 p. m. . 7:15 a.m. I cin. Mall.. 7 Western Express nun raou WEST. 10 Xenla Aeeom- 6 Eastern Express. 10:a) a. m. 1 Limited Express. II Zxpresa 4:00 p.m. , lSp.m. X. T, Penn. A Ohio R. B. SOUS EMIT. U Atlantic Express 2:25 a. m. II New York Limited Express 10:42 a. m. 1 Aeeommodatlon - . 5-05 p. m. INewTork Express 10:16p.m. eoias TEST. I Pacific Express- 1:47 a. m. 10:40 a. m. Hlp.m. 1 Ctn. and Western Express. 1 St. Louis Express . All trains run bT Central time, which is 28 Blnntes slower than Columbus time. N. B. Dally. All others dally except Sun- '.ST. J. D. Phleger. Ticket Agent. oOce72 Arcade. GRras FrIrfiehe,n!llou.ne... LlTerfom slaUts. lndljetIon. Mild but eflectlse. t-aOLD ISY URL'tiUlsTs. BTJHPSaEYS' k Homeopathlo Veterinary i sjpecmct tor HORSES, CATTLI. SHEIPi I DOCS, HOGS, P0DLTBY. fTJsed I7TJ. S. Gcrersn't. Chart on Roller, and Book Sent Free. HgmphrCTs'Med. Co., 109 Fallon SL.K.T. nUHPHEEYS' HOJtEOPATHlC Aft SPECIFIC NO. 6 Q P53lS. Th opIt weotatful rwntly foe Hbiyoos Debility, Vital Weakness, OBSETS Th OStT CiraSTT mtvle that trui b 1-etarnM h 2m jarciiht" Bfr thrT wrk wr If not (cum. HERFEC7LY SATISFACTORY u lr a JTsrty of itylea aacl prlcea. Sold bj flnt-claa -lvT vft-rrwhtr. Bvre of worLhiM Imltatlona -mi ifoiito HBJa 1 ou EaU't bus oa Lb box. "VlAQO roOMST CO.. QtliOiMO. IIL. yjBHa GLOBE THE GOOD OLD DAYS. REMINISCENCES OF APPLE BUTTER MAKING AND "FLANNEL KICKING." Two Popular Customs which Pre wiled Among tli Settlers Away IJack lion th. AppU Uutter was Made Kulllug the llouie Made Flannel. "I have seen many newspaper accounts recently of customs that pro ailed among the settlers away back, all of them lioru of necessity But there were two that prevniletl In Coshocton, the county in which I was raised, In the jrreat old slate of Ohio, that seems to lime been oW' looked or probably entire!) forcottea. One of them was apple butter boiling and the other was nannel kicking. Talk about the fun they had at apple cuttings, coru husktngs, quiltings, etc., but for genuine, uproarious fun flannel kicking wuuld knock them all out in one round. Kery uew house had its old one, which was left standing, generally in close proximity to the new, which was used for all manner of purposes The old fashions 1 loom, which almost etery thrifty farmer po wsxed, was set up there. The big brnnij ilreplace, S or 0 feet wide, with its big crane on which to hang heavy kettles and jiots, was always in order and was used when boiling the applo butter, a large coper kettle alwnjs being used forthe purjHwe But few families could afTord the luxury of a large copper kettle, conse quently one served a large neigh!Krhood, going the rouuds every apple butter sea son. noiLisa apple nuTTEn. "The log house was usually but one large room. It took two couples to lxil nnrtlA Itiitlornlti'MW fwti flliina vi-ilH their best Birls. It required constant stir - nng, which was usually done with a iKianl nliout o Inches xvidc aliout 'i feet lone 'with holes liored throuKli it anil a handle about 4 feet so that the fellow and his best girl con handle it easily. While tliey stirred the other couple were having a most dellRht ful time off ln one corner of the room, there beinp; no light except a dun, relit? Ions one from the lire. Of course they 1 changed places quite frequently, for th couple at the handle could not endure that kind of thing for any length of time, i knowing what a high old time the othei conple were ImvitiK away oft in the cor- tier Thev were heinu clenrlrwl of their oj.portimitiei. This thir.R usimllv lnste.1 all night, and as a rule the httie j.artj were not Interrupted by meddlers, and they had a blissful season free from the rude caze of any one. "But the crowning glory, the boss fun, was the tlanncl kicking. As I hate before stated, almost every old house had its loom, on which the women wove flannel! -linsey woolsey, cjislnets and linen 1 sish for the days when I used to w ear this home made linen. Pillow slips, sheets, shirts, pants and fchort tailed roundabouts all made oft the same piece of goods. There were no long tailed summer coats In tho.se days. This linen was stout, and if a boy or even a good sired man caught theoe.it of his pants on acpllnter in climb ing mil fence oron a nail he bung there. It would hold him every time. "The flannel was usually woven in . , web-,, or pieces of 30 or 40 yards, and ol course It had to be fulled liefure It was In proper condition to lo made up into gar metits Fulling mills were a thlngalniissl unheard of In that country ut thai tinm, and some way must lie dovlsed tc thicken up or full the flannel, and thej did It to perfection. I have attended many a "kicking," and my retollectlon ol them la & vivid as if It had occurred but a year go. a rLAhTIEL KICKI-IO. "Tlis lmys and girls of Ihe neighbor hood -which look ln a range of several miles--were notified that 011 a certain evening they were going to have a flannel kicking, and it needed no urging togathei In enough to make up a party The flannel was placed ln a loose pile iu the middle ol th tliKir usually in that same old log house chairs ware placed around it, forming a complete circle. The bojs and girls filled the chairs, and then a plow line or rope was passed around the out side of the chairs, drawn through il.t hacks, to hold them in position Of coins the performers all faced toward the flan nel. The Uiy, with their trowpcrs rolled up above their knees, nod the gtila -.veil, the girls tu those days were not luciim bered wilt as much toggery as thej w eaj now. "Soapsuds as hot as th operators could ihinsIMy bear It was ihen poured on tbe flannel, and then 1: fun com menced ii, dead earnest, every one kick Ing lh pll of flannel for dear life the boys leiighlng ami yelling, the girls screaming, and the soapsuds spirting up and out In reckless prodigality. When the suds berame absorbed anil began to cool iuor hot suds were poured on, and then a fresh outburst of kl king and spirt ing, laughing and screaming began, their feet aud legs looking as red as boiled lob sters "This usually lasted about three hours;, the old folks pouring on the hot soapsuds ami looking and enjoying the thing nliout a-s much as the younger ones. It was rare fun, and the writer of this article remem bers it tetter than almost an j thing else in the way of parties in bis young da vs. Of course the work was not so well done a it is done nowadays in the mills, but it answered the purpose, and ever body was satisfied with It. Alas for the da) s that will never come back, the dajs when all these customs prevailed in Coshoitou county " "Walhandlug" in Chicago Tribune. tave Klrkes of Norway. When we hail passed throush the mag nificent gorges about Husurn, climbing always higher and higher as we faced the dashing waters, and last looking over the carriole wheels at a splendid foaming fall in a deep abyss, we came out upon a plain and saw the church of Bozgund. Its peaked gables rising in tiers one above the other and covered from ridge to ground with shingles like dragon's scales, were outlined agatsnt the clearc&t blue sky, and with its dragon finials from every point, like a Chinese temple, it stood the strangest object one might expect to find in that lone mountain valley. This architectural freak is a precious relic of the Twelfth century that the Anti quanan Society of Christiania now owns and preserves as an example of the old stave kirkes that were common in the ear lier days before the plague robbed Norway of half its inhabitants and left these parishes desolate It is preserved intact, the nine shingles getting the deeper and richer brown with every J ear and every, , .. -,....!i.l. .....I ,Viu Inl.rlnr ' renewing cuui 01 muusu, .hu . ..,... n dark well lighted only by a pair of air holes high up. In the crowd of shingled uyibles one can trace a cruciform shape, but with the queer little outside gallerj running under the eat es that so nearly reach the ground, the quaint and bulging domes at front and rear, and the doorwuv carved with an intricate interlacing de sign and a Runic insciiption scratched by chance just within the portal, it is a thing apart from all the rest 01 arcnuecture. Cor. Globe Democrat. A. T. Stewart's Hematite. W. A Croff ut. of The Washington Post, aavs that the remains of A T Stew art 1 lie In tbe cathedral at Gaiden City that Mrs Stewurt consented to pay the rob bers $25,000, aud that the money was paid mid the bone were handed over to nn agent of hers on a hill in Westchester county at the dead of night. Mr froflut s he had the story from a iiien.bor of the initio, family lHlroit Kree J'leaS. 7lere nkt u Ned 10 Seoid. Ad old gentleinnn In ftaHlinoie who i.sul ti. be troiililol by joung men sitting up with lite daughters until a late hour, t.ettled the callers hy appearing pioniptly atll u'tlisk and giving mch of them a in ket 101 10 tent lodging house He never Molded 01 acted in an emphatic manner bcuius. there vtasL't any iietdot Iu Washington Critic A Cautious Mind. Mistress (who baa been taking about the christening) Aud is it boy or & girl. Bridretf Bridzet Sbure. mum. I aont snow, dus thtfn ahriteced him Nonu Llio. EEPUBllO. "WEDNESDAY EVENING, PECEAIBER 8 1886. Is Life Worth Living? That depends upon the Lier. for If the 1,1 er Is InuctU e the whole sjstem Is out of order the breath Is bad. digestion poor, he.id dull or aching, energy and hopefulness gone, the spirits are depressed, a heaxy weight exists after eating. with gereral despondencj and the biues. The Liver Is the house keeper of the health; and a harm less, simple reined) that arts like Xature, does not constipate after wards or require comtaut taking, does not Interfere with biislne's-'or pleaure during its ue. makes Mutinous I.li er Kegulator a medical jwrfectioo. I have tested its virtues neMonsllv, and know that for dyspepsia, bllll.iuiiirft and throbbingbcadaclie.lt Is the belt medicine the world ever si. Have tried forty other remedies before "MmmoiiH Liver HeguUi or. and none of them trave more t ban temporary relief, but the Regulator not only relieved but lured. 11. U.Jumls, Macon, iia. Genuine lias red 1. on flout of Wrapper. Best guaranteefor Its bujer j J. II. ZKIMX k CO., l'hllauVliiliU. It Is told by Tobias Lear that when Gen- pral Washington lirst coimiUined f his 'cold lie advised him to take something. 1 "-Vo." answered Washington. ")ou know 1 never take atijtliiiiK for a cold; let it B.i as .'... - , , .1 , ,y I It eauie." Hut it went to his luncs. aim in K,rejlafewdastlieiiatioiiiiiourmsl the lo,s ionir ts father. How signllicant the warning: ,! l)r Hull's. r.HU'h sfnin ean la obtained of rould "r- I'ullst ouk.li rupi.aiiix.iinaineii oi every druggist. In Hawthorne. Neb., sand is often used to extinguish tires in the absence of water, and tt is said to be quite i m-ctuai. Neither rhjnie nor nMn can epres ( how much I alut u cure l- touml for inj l .1. . B t( - . t.J ..ltt. !... I weak aiiKie, sue aiu. .. nav .- . "" "ranev a vvonian Merer havini; lie.ini 01 Salvation Oil at tvvent-lie cents a bottle-" : 1 "The trouble, said Horace Maim. 111 a moment of despondency, "is that J am 111 .1 "U"J "" """ -"'h'"j "r"' IntntiiU' lloti-l .intl surKieal. This w!del-celel rated institution. located at IlulTalo, '. Y., is organized with a full staff of eighteen experienced and skillful phjsicians and surgeons, constituting the most complete organization of medical and surgical skill in America, for the treatment of ail chronic diseases, whether requiring medical or surgical means for their cur. Marvelous success has been achieved iu the cure of all nasal, throat and lung diseases. liver and kidney diseases, diseases of the digestive organs, bladder diseases, diseases u.v... .t,.. ..... ...K , r peculiar to iKiiuen, blood Uli.L. aud .skin diseases. Hie imatHni. neuralcia, nervous! Hhittt- i.-irnKsis iiilin. ltits, siMTllia-i I torrhei imiKitencv an d kindre.1 affec io is vomica. ini)oienc ami ainoreu anetuoiis. I uousands are curetl at their homes through ....... .1 correspondence, ihe cure ol the worst ruptures, pile tuiiiors. varicocele, hjdrocele and strictures is guaranteed, w lib onI a short residence at tlie institution. Send 10 rents 111 stamps for the Invalids' (Juide Book (1CS pages), which gives all particu lars. Address, World's Disiensary Med ical Association, Buffalo, N V. A bedraggled looking woman sold baskets on the west side j esterday. says a Buffalo paper. Coming to one back door with a willow specimen as big as herself, she was told that nothing in her line was wanted, whereupon she asked: "Has another lady been peddling baskets around heie todaj?' Freo Trad. Tlie reduction of ititenial revenue and the taking off of revenue from Proprie tary Medicines, no doubt has largely liene Uteil tlie ronsuiuers, as well as relieving tlie burden of home manufacturers. Especially is this the case with Qreai's .Itigust Flatter and linschee's German Syrtti. as the reduction of thlrt-si rents per dozen, has been added to increase the size of tlie bottles containing these remedies, thereby giving one-fifth more medi cine in the 75 rent size. The liiyiisf FUnetT tor Dyspepsia and I.iver Complaint, and the Orrmint Syrup for Cough and I.iver troubles, have perhaps, the largest sale of any other medicine in the world The advantage of increased size of the bottles will be greatly appreciated by tlie sick and afflicted, in every town ami vil lage in civilized countries. Sample bottles for 10 cents rxinaui the same size. -THE W BEST TONIC. ThU medicine, combining Iron with pure -eRetable tonics, quickly and completely Cure Drape p!ast Indlceatlon WraLnrM 1 in pure Illood, Malaria, Chills and c era and euraJlflu It ia an un fat lint- remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys and IJTer. It is InTBluable for IMieaws peculiar to Women and all who leal nedenUry lives It does not injure the teeth, caue headache or prmluce constipation oAer Iron mediants do It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulate the appetite, aids the aftMmilation of food, re teies Heartburn and I3elching, and strength tm the muscles and nerres. Kor Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy. At it has no equal. W- The Renuine has above trade mark and (loosed red llneaon wrapper. TakenootLer b1oWW BKOVfll(UiaiClLC04Bll.TlIURJC.I Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye. KiTlBLJalltD IMI. Batt fa ti wot d. IliimrMl KehftW! In. iMntanpofl! odnp pnititmcfit, iv riiliculoai Halt , rt-nnl' tbe ill ef fecu of bd dy ItvTrsi theh!r boTi Kid lniif J Ufaek oi Brown. Kx pltnfot clrtwrsirm 9H Ktpid In M'rd oiitsv rr on ppltfttMA, mn tJoninr tb pap' i' by all dmirv'u Applied bycipertk t BifrJidcr's Wig Factory; 30EtI0tht..NT City. ASTHMA cured j GERMAN ASTHMA CURE I InUntfr rellPTiM the mst 1Jot atUcfc, nndi in-rarw oorafvrtM- ulerp SO Winnb br (.! tLf.Bini oved hj iahilation It action Ira- E mdit. direct ni rrrl nin. and a com u the rMtjlt in all carabla C. A wnle tnal con- Tincen the mrwl tkrptical Price ivc and if I (JO E of anj draojis-t. or bj mafl Sample FriT for I sTtvamn. 11. i.ii.iairr x. ..m- rai.aiBii INOI.E BARBEL SHOT Gt'M, 82.00 ilMJI.K BREECH I.OADEK, 4.00 Dot;ui.i: 10.00 Vrlcea on other coods In proportion. PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS csr.vsi nnnKD to shoot cloik. Illustrated Catatmrue and Price List sent Tree. J.C. BANDLE&SON.cV A IV ST, OlATLO. ntalpr -'el Ml tlie n ui .r . r w fuc 1 a - ' in - uni m - a.1 .. . Chiif n llif 1. ti I ' r T imo TleC IDf ii- TIi Great EaslUh rrwrlfftlo Currs Weakness, Spermatorrhea, Emission. Jm potency and all Vi eaaet caused by self abuse or In discretion. One package Si, six $3. w. s, -. stj tr :.. r. ,T.i lBXrOBCI UTXIiail. nie ioriarapniru lriw vnre EarttlsUa CliemlCal CO., Detroit. JTlien . .i..ti,- t -... .w-i. enmar.Main and Market itreets. Surlcicfielil I Otlo, SuU Agtut. 1 Wgm M i iDll i i Ii Uthp i - - -. o Ij3zTisjCiic4:ci EsV Cincicnatt.LlJj; 43' &&i B SCALY. ITCHY SKIN! And all Itching' and Sralj Skin and Scaln IIUp'ihm Cored hv scalp li Heaven Lorcu y tulleura. nuna, Tetter, ringworm. II , T)sORIA:is 1 1 ihen. uiurituv vi''l hf ad. milk crust, dan I druiT barbers', bakers, grocers' and vvasher t womau's Ifh, ,u,d evry species of ltchlnir. I burning, scaly, pimply humors of tbe sklnaud ' scalp. tth loss of Imlr. are positively cured ibvlutii'ura.tlie treat skin cure. I'utleura Soap. au exquisite skin tn-autiner externally, aua Cutlcura Kesntxent. the uevv blood purltler 1 1nternally, when physicians and all other rem edies tall. rSOKIASIS, OitCALY SKI I. John I Cas-, Ii I S. having practiced deutlstrx in this county for thirty dve years and bf iiu well know n to thous nuls hereabouts. with a vie a to help an) who are atnicted u 1 ' have been for 1 lie past twelve ears, testily I that the Cutlcuri tiemedtes cured me of Psor I lasts, or scalj skin. 111 eight dais, alter the I doctors with whom I had consulted, gave me I no help or encouragement Julis J laL, u. v a. Nkwtus, N J. IHSTKESSI.MrEUrrTIOX. Your Tutl-uri ritMit" prfiirrneJ aoa dtrful i uri la-t summer on uiie of our cuntuiu toiners, .tn nlit uentlLMiMti u( -iHTt-uty jrarsol ai;p. tthoMiffrre.! with a fearfully dMreisliii; j eruption uii hit hf.nl hihI lan-c nnd who liad niiu iini ii iru nil i niicuiira iui aiix--'j 3 v purpnsc J. V. bviTH A C. 1 lriKkkM, Ark mjSTI'ANFUh OK S01LF.S. ! II K Carpt nter, Meiiderson. N.J., currdul INoriasls. or Lf prosy, nf twt-nty years staiiU Inu. by uiu-uni Kemedii s The most wonder ful curt on retord A ilutimnful of scales fell from him dally l'liybfiani and his friends thought he mutt die, KCZEM.l KlIlTr.lIiLYCUREIl. For the radical cure of an obstinate cane of t'ezern.i of lonj; standing, 1 gUe entire credit to the Cuttriir.t Kemedies. K. IS ritHiHn-oN..New lIaen.Coun. Ci-TiriB. lUvriiitsare ,i positive cure for "".'-.",. of k... and I ,' ;'BV.nts. Ks.,i ami Blood luseases. tloni it ever! vv llt-re 1 rice LvisT.il in, Sine. 25 IIIIIIKA, IT1II1. IIIILO'I, (l'"l -' ,-' ct.llt5 ire.,arc,i by the PorriiK Dkiu ami Ohkh - jcalCo llost,..;. Mass. send lor 'liovv to Cure Msln IHseases 1!I,' ITI IFV the complexion and skin by JJJ'.y U.1I1S t,ei utlcura.MP. IT r'KEI-S :00l. Tb'ise Worn out with p.iliis, aches. and weaknesses find lellef In ,me 1 i.u.VVn.iirt,,w,t:. 2.eents. CO.NSiHl 1KIMI, t' V lAIiUII. X(1 ,,, dl, ,-ls, n.v ,.UIa,ed m-.re suffer- 1 ,,. ,.,, ,.,,.,i ,,, i.thmIitk- mini the e.msti- tuthm than laturli ihe sense ,.f smell. of ' t.iste. ..I sight. "I hearing, the human voi.e. the mind-"lie or iii'T.-. ,ipt sonu times all yield t- its tlfstrut t.ve Inlut-me the pusn It distributes thr.i!ij.h""t lbe sst'in attacks every vital for, e. md bnaks up the inist n, Mlst roiistituUons, Ignored. Iiei aus b'lt lit tie undersi.Mi1. by most physlciane. lmp.iteut ly ass died by iuaeks and charlatans, those suftYmiKfrotil It luve little liope to be relieved of it this side id the itrave It Is time then, that tliepopuUrtn-itment of this terrible de-seas,- by remedies within tbe r- ieh of all passed into bauds at once eornietent and trustworthy The new and lutlierto untried malhiiil i.l,,it.,l ll? Ilr .lufordlntheprepara ,.,v ..........,..-. -.j .-- - .-- .....--.. , turn of his ludlcal ure lias won tllv: hearty ,,r,,iii.i ihiis.n,i truinst.int.iiiei.uslii affording relief 111 all head colds, sneezing, snuffling and obstructed brerthin. and rapid- I ly removes the rn..st oppressive symptoms. u.iein itlidhuiil M.ptri'lliTl" lilt hn.itli. rp- ---. . " y - - ,:nx":ii' ' "iNtnnif th sfuse of smfll. ttst an-1 heart ni;. 1 -,i MlriitrMinif the coiiHtituti.Hiti teiMencvl ; fJ'J " Vinh"irJ''V; n, ??& ' kl(lll,.iS jnf.trii K.idlpal rurt COaUtSOI one hot- t'eT.f the ltartlc.il Pure, one box of Catarrhal ,,,.,, -H 1.1. ,ir .lunnni . , ,., ,., tlw ... j directions. .,!nr.iin ,iiih murium iiiiiirr.o wiaiuni andsol.l bj all druggists tor SI ., i..w 111,1 , 1 i-nrutrii id iuiiitiiv eteir.mt and infallible autldote to lain and in tlimmatlon. the lull urn .Anti-Iain Plan ter. At druggists. i,c . tlve lor 81. Totter Drug aud (. hemleai I a.. Uoston. FILL 25 YEARS IN USE. Ti Greatest Medical Triaraph. of tin Ag! SYMPTONIS OF A TQ52PID LIVER. Ijoaa of nppcttf Ot JSoivels coailrr Fain a the beat' with a, dull seDtatlan ln the ISitck pa.i, I'tiln tinder th thonlder blade, Tnllness otter catlnc. wlthadls IncUnftiton to exertion of bodr or mind. Irranbllltyof temper, low trlrtti, wltb nfeeliccof linTlnzceclecied otnedty, Weariueiflt Ulzilncso, Flutterlns at th Heart. Dots Ijcfarotfa) crcslleadack over tho riffii e-ye. IlestlesBDest, with fitluldrenmp 11 ihly colored Urlar( and CONSTIPATION. TUTT'S FILLS nre especially adapted to fucb cases, ono doso eifects such a than?eoffeelliisjastoajtonlslitliesun"erer. TbeT Inerease b Apive tile, slid cause the bodTto Take oil Flesh. thus t&4 sjitem Is nourlctie-l.aii't hrthelrTonie Action oo tA9lls;cmreOrcans,lte?iilr Stools sre prrylufs.!. Irlc ar,c. t M urrits- .t..rv.t TOTT'S EXTRfeQT SARS&PARILU Uenov-iVj U.e ir snakes hialtliy Hth, strenLatQa tne ejfe. repairs thn wat of the gjbttMn v iU5 j'tirc il.l Hrd Lard muiole: tones th" irvcitt KTtcnu luvioratvs lim brain, a?' iiwrts Am vior ot manhood. $1. "'- u '' -. 3i.x:iic:ii i National Bank! BOSTON, MASS. C II'ITIL .sr.''.r.s $4tH,0)0 4l)(),tHM Accounts of llauks. Bankers ami Corpora tions sollelteil. Our li.-ititiesfor COLLECTION'S are excel lent, and we re discount for Hanks when bal ances warrant It. llnstoii is a itescrve City, and balances with us from H inks (uot located iu other Keserve Cities' count as a n serve. vvedraw .turowii Kxehante on London and the Continent, aiid mike Cable trauslers and place nn ney by t lexraph throughout the Uni ted -tates and ' ana la. tfoveium Tt Itoii'ls bought and soM.snil Kx chanes in U ashiui:tou made ti r Hanks with out extra charge. We nave a market for prime first class In vestment -(.cur ties. and Invite proposals from states. Counties aud Cl'les when Issuing bonds Wedo anenenil Hanking budness, and In vite correspondence A. p. 'o rThlt, Trealdeut. .JOS. TV. )I:K, (nstiier. "!SHiPMAH AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGIHE ! Tcr Boat sa4 fcUtUimary t&rpoa. w Uka aurtjtttkal SteaainlOMimiM. Had Un hssvsirt aa Uit tinj 3 CsvJtsoi of 1 'ooftloli. vnrtiklsvli eflicbtvoik Pumpa. te. On knd two U. grad tor Ulaiiratol clr a j price lut, me. J. J. WATR3US. 21BaMtU UiUa WELSOEU WASHBOARDS. TbeaoWflshboanlf are ma3e with a Bent-Wood rita. TheStroDg eet boards &nd bett wasben in the wurU. For tale by all dealwa. Take no other. SAaiXXW MT coM t lVx)fe that Terr father I iLoctd i lce tn his sou'a hand ' andrlUmltw.th(.heut'not eare, t-tTe J1 the pymptoroa I aDl tsrrrlMe njlu of Lfira8ei tin to Lurly Alee and Igaor- Uiei liMH, it. It-tinioulu f om tiulDeiit London Doctor FREHCH HOSPITAL TREATHEH7 For Iralni,-cay, AVeakneen. Lct TlUllty, Etc Pel t oniT eolfi. KKvCMavltatUa. troinSA V toitr SL ClVIAIXAUfAUl. 174 JbkltH PU, w A erL- GOIISyMPTlQN. 1 ha eaimdtlTe remedy for the abOTedUae;bTlu meari t of i , - th.Mit.aii dm of fa loe worn uni ovih'sk tDditichaTtsncur9d. Indeed. orr(tlniy ib in M "oT.ai ' i.two .otti9 . toaoaafrkrr. GivxDrM.u.ip o.addre-a. I pa.t.v suKnc, w rtarisk.ht' tnzrztw llllEL'MlTICl'iIXS. jft Xeurvlgle, sdatlc, sujden. sharp ' tf and nervous paius and strains re VJ llevd in ,me minute by the i'utleura 9 rJ, on,, nim til.isft.r. tht. mnt lwrfit I V antidote to pain and Inflammation ev.r eonuinuiiited New. original. TUTFS T"JT"iinJ'-T"!igrtr l-l'A'?Hn1tn siSriL. . ptm . ffijresrasjjsesjsariai 1 Br--iri3ftfcKtS 4U5 ." 1 wtJ'iua 1 -bsi .1 ' -J ' IIP LOCAL NOTICES. "Gixe Ely's Cbeam Balm a trial. This justly celebrated remedy for the cure of ca- ,arrh' ha feer coM ln the h'l'd' Stc" caD be obtained of any reputable druggist, and Imay be relied upon as a safe and pleasant - i remedy for the above complaluts and will Kite luiiuctiiaic iciici. ii is uui a iiijuiu, snutl or powder, has no offensive odor and can be ued at any time with good results. as thousands can testify, among them some of the attaches of this ofllee. Spirit of Uie Times. .May 29, lssfl. IMPOTEXCY in .Man or Woman cured by I Giluiore's Aromatic Wine. For sale by Theo. Troupe, druggist There is no ouo article in the line of mad Iclnes that gives so large a return for tbe money as a good porous strengthening plas ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella onna Backache Plasters. 17r Consumption Cured. I An old physician, retired from practice, j hav lug had placed ln his bands by an East I India missionary tbe formula of a simple I vegetable remedy for the speedy and per-. manent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat and lung I atTectious, also a positive and radical cur j for Nervous Debility and all N'ervous Con-' plaints, after having tested Its wonderful curative powers In thousands of cases, has I felt it his duty to make It known to his j suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive ' and a desire to relieve human suffering, I , will send free of charge, to all who desire It, this recipe. In German, trench or En- Iish, with full directions for preparing and usin. Sent by mall by addressing with I stamp, naming this paper, W. A. N'oyes, ' 149 Power's Block, ltochester, N T. Scarlet Fever Hliii Diphtheria Are spread liv contagion, by the transfer of llvini; matter. Theso particles come froia the skin. Him meiitircimtii Ilnlnir fif ttin , .,.,.,.,, ,. .,,.1 .i,,,,,, i f,, ih inw , . ,- i , . unci aim uiiiiiwj uiaus, iisiiuri'h jJiuiii(,b- ly and thoroughly with Darby's rropliylac- t tj l .11, 1.1 ,4.. up,lllj nitll l,l UJ " . lUUt ' tic Fluid the great Kerui il(tnier ,. f ,', ,,, , f ttieJvind ' univeisitv Tenn savV "A i ilMi university, lenn.. sajs. as a uisli ant and detergent. Darby's rrophj xnderbilt Infect-, lactic Fluid is superior to any preparation with which I am acquainted." A I'mutty Cleaning;. Simmons Liver Regulator the favorite . nly 11 entirely trouble, and is viir i'iu,-si Ami ih-si l.iiiiu iiievueiue inafc is cnmiNinniled. No error to lie feared In ad ministering, no injury from sxpostire after taking, no loss of tune. It is the best pre ventive medicine, and safe to take, no inat- tervvliat the sicklier may prove to lie, and I in any ordinary disease will effect a speedy cure. Children starving to Heath On account of their inability to digest food, will tirid a most marvelous food and remedy in Scott's Emulsion. Yery palatable and easily digested. Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Wa co, Texas, sajs: "I have used your Kniul siou in Infantile wasting. It not oulr re- ' stores wasted tissues, but gives strength auj n,,...... ,,H anuetitp " '"'" "".rtases me appetite. Advice tu Mothers. Mrs. Winnlnw's SiVslhin!r Svnm fnrrhll- I .!,.-. .ti 1. L. . ujcii "filling, is um preenpuon oi one oi i - .. . . T. lue UC&1 leiuaie nurses aua pnystcians in thn llnllwl StAtu. n.l h-n Ln . fnr ! years with never-failint; success bj millions i .. b...i .1.111 srv.i- .l "' "" "'" " - reu- , "S " ' process of teething its valueis incalrulable. 1 It relieves the child from naln. cures dvsen. tery and diarrhaa. rrinine in the bowels . .. . - and wind colic By giving health to the child It reststhe mother Prlroasc a bottle. UEADTIIKSEFArrS ltiiiaysarejour Iif (iihuore's Aruiuatic Wine cures suj preivstsl uieustniation ami painful monthly icKne. ror .sale by Iheo. Troupe, druf ;isL 'The Devil and the Deep Sen." I The old .story of the jioor soul who was I cainht between "The devil aud the deep I sea," jrets a new illustration from the deal- 1 ing of doctors anil drues with malaria. The I story 's won told: "Sly daughter," said a i lady, "had been struggling with malaria for ' four years. She was all tho time out of health poor appetite, disordered digestion, pale earthy color, pain in the. head, limbs and back, anil every now aud then a right hard dull, followed by fever. Then w I would send for our doctor and he would t prescribe quinine, just as he did from the first ami 30 keut doing all along until the I name of quinine sounds like the tolling of jtliebelL Clearly between the two, her neaiiu was oeuig ruined aud ner very me la peril. She was really between The devil and tlie deep sea.' Sometimes the name Is varied, and it Ls called Mime other 'ine' ia 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 Iiumpli rej's Homeopathic Specifics, Sos. Ten and Sixteen.' I tried them. They were a suc cess from the first, and not only cured the malaria, but restored her to perfect health, and left no trace of disease or drug pois oning." Kxcltemeiit over a 3Iarvelous Care ln Eng land. The newspapers of (Ireat Britain are tilled with accounts of the wonderful re cover' of a young man who had been so ill with asthma and rheumatism that he could iut lie down in a bed for nine long years. This cure w as due to the Shakers of Mount Lebanon, N". Y. They say that this, like nearly all others, was tlie result of Indi- ! gestion. and that the Shaker Extract of Hoots (Siegel's Syrup) effected this wonder- Iful cure by restoring the digestive organs to a healthy condition, obviating entirely those disagreeable turns of sick headache, hilliousness, Ac. The Shakers say they have Meiit fifty years In ierfect!ng this remedy for Dyspepsia, and that its effect, upon the digestive organs is something wonderful. ANCHOR LINE U. S. MAIL STEAMERS Sail every Saturday from New York to Glasgow and Londonderry. Kates of passage to or from Arte IV, Gliugou, .iteroo Londonderry or BtlfiUt. CABINS. 43 and 3S. SKCON'D CLASS, 30 Steerage outward or prepaid, SSO. Anchor Line drafts issued atLowest Rates are paid free ot charge ln KnicUnd, Scot land and Ireland. For Books of Tours, Tickets or other Inform ation apply to UKNDEKSON BKOTUEKS. S'ew York : or J. J. SMITH. 2IX Main street. Srrtni4 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. WASTKI) a gentleman of energy, experience and aciualntarice. In each county ot Ohio, as Xltent fur ippletfiittt's l.lctric Iturglur 111r111 .Vlaltliiu-. So capital but best ot ref erences required Absolute control clven. I'ncxcellrd opportunity tobulld up a lucrative MeitricRl HiisitieMiQ connection. Corres pondence solicited Clevelmxl Kleetrle Slatting Co., Koom I. National Bank Building. I leveland, O. A BTvat ImprOTemcot orer the old trie. rrvrenU ftipt'ln from head of the nalL Made of best quality Tuol btsMiL Cairmily tempered, oraale by ilanl wart Itaalerf Half doit-o aMrtM iltf cnt loan y adJrtvtht(ml,lfonrv?oslitof t . UaJeotaV byTULWifcTyUUBnaMltNJ.U'mexL ivuxiii,-iAic.n-1 PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Original and Only Qennlne. (talk and Miji lUIiaW. lswartf wortklalmlutloia, ladlinraaabri to LADIES. Atk Jur braffzlat fcr 1 hleheatrr'a EacTUli ao4 tate Htter, er lacMM 4. dUDpi) to toe prUcalar t Ittttr by retmrw saall. NAME PAPER. ChleheatorChemlfal Ce Seltl by Drrx-t" CTrrywhrre. ill tor CL.Ufeee ti- aUakn I'eamjnjml 1111. TUmu N.W.gYErl&S8N ADVERTISING AGENTS iriEg&a PHILADELPHIA Cor. Chestnut and Eighth SU. Receive .Advertisements for this Fsrer. CCTIUITC? rK IFire UIEETIS1IS epec tOllMAICOat Lowest Cash Rates Ifltt ViiVAYER & SOS'S HANUAl puvsvnnYAL IVAFEIin are STicowsiullj- used monthlr by over 10,000 J 81 perbox bymall.or at drogirUU. Sealtd Partieulart S postage stamp. Address Tata roxiKi, cnimriL vo, vbthsit, ica. bold by traua U.,CoWeu aad Ad' UaXriaasACo. ryZrTTTTil' ifl Car T.-ff THE STANDARD la QfuTir13" j i Samples and Illustrated Pamphlet "Sleam IW3 f : ffiffllSESQS IMS 87 MAIDEN LANE, Tf 91 NEW TORE. J K -mIkI em:83, firusiisku, unnat. Itri.y-- SWIFT'S SPECIFIC, A Vegetable Blood Purifier. zIt is Nature's Own Remedy: Jlcinff rando from Roots (gathered from tbe Forests of Gcorifia. It Is uckiiotvledotl to lie tho Grcutest aud Jicst ltcmcdj- for All AtTectious of tiio Blood. 01 Iiitcrcstlnfr Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed FItKK to all who apply. It should Iio carefully read by everybody. Address THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca. mmJt ESTABLI5UED 18CI. BUD 1 KlUa EDWARD ST.. LOS DON. MADISOySQTJAEI. NEW YORK. SPRING and SUMMER, 1886. DRESS SHIRTS. fa White. Printed and Embroidered Colored Pique. The Latest Novelty tor Bosoms, etc Frer.cn Fancy Percales, Madras and Cheviot Cloths. Trie Latest London und l"nrts De signs. . SPECIALTIES. Fancy Imported Flannels for Tennis. Boatlnx. Shoo tlax. etc SUITS Miss la best manner and with promptness KalckerbeCEsrs. Caps. Ac. to mstca. ALLEN, SOLLY & CO.'S BOSlKltr AKD DKDKRWEAB. Ia Silk. Merino. Balbrtzran. etc. All Weights and Uaalltles. HUTIUb. Tbe abeve roods are all nanrt-rram" Mads, ana manaiaeturea especially ior icn Heise. Warranted the best of thoklndknown. ORDERS Taker for Oentlemea's Outfittlnc trom anj part t tb world. The Largest aud Finest stock ot .Men's Furnlshlssts In the States on hand at popular prices. SAMUEL BUDD, Madison Square, N. Y ARMOUR CO., STAR BAGONf Deliciou: HAMS. Flavor. No pains ar spared io make these meat THE BEST that can bf produced. People o EPICUREAf TASTES are highly pleased with them Ifyonr or Marketmnn do nt Lr, Ibem, send direct to arm.ur JL: Co.. Chicle sn.i ms -tsL fur nrir oun box of aste KmbrolU- errSUk'.wfjutdt.-uttsI inktMna. WnoLiaaLK Paica Liii ent enly when application l accompanied tjr XjOiinem card. CLAHL.IOAX COLO.W I CLAKK.nO.-HT CLAIlK.nONT COLONY I COLO.W I COLON V J COLONY t COLO.NY X COLOAV X clai;.uox CLAtlf.nOX clakii.tio.it CLAnjj.no.M A n w Donte every IC iaj t In tbe last 8 years. Oat Tillage, only 13 inonUis old, has i -torei, t botela. 1 churchea, acnool, ne -paper, factory, touodry, 4 tcamboats.2 trains arid S malis dally. Land rapidly advancini;. Send, Mod, eeod by mdl memns, tend Xor circulars with maps. 38 FLotoffrapbic cuu ot bones, all about tbe wonderful ervwth of oar col ooy.lts t-il,climate,mirkcu,barneii opportunities, health, prices, teruis, aiidve otLerdtitinct sanjecu. farms or I1U0 on motitbly IrutallDients to those baTloc employ ment. Ithout leavtne; iblr sltcatiart JJrMJ.r.31AJttJlA-ClareoocUSurryCo.,r lEPArfcll; ror a check for JO we will jirlnt a ten-line advrrtisrmrnt In One n"nt?iiiftM1Illoa",u" lfa(I- illlOlNqln- American ews- uaners and eomnlrfa tbe work within ten dajs. This is at the rate ot only onf-fltlh ot a crn t a line, (jr 1.00U Circu lation 1 The advertisement will appear ln but aslnslelssneofaoy paper, and ronseqnent'y will be placed beiore One Million dilTerent newspaper purchasers, or Five Mtujov Rsintas.il It Is true, as Is sometimes stited, that every newspaper Is looked at by Ore per sons oo an averaee. Ten lines will accommo date ahout seventy Ave words Address with copv ol advertisement and check, or send 30c ioroook oi no pages. flKO.P.KOWELL CO.. lark. 10 Sprue It, New EKSSr?8uav awlllJ'iBwliP BBFtmy)Blj XmmmaflmT'Jm IvimHLX wmMal Orwr BMiliuaiSiSaB mWimmmmWSl liSi ASBESTOS CEMENT FELTING, ASBESTOS AIR CHAMBER, ASBESTOS LOCOMOTIVE LAGGING. ASBESTOS LINING FELT. ETC. SaWna and Fire-Proo! Materials' Free bv Hai'L FARTHEST NORTH! Three Years of Arctic Service. By A. W. GREELT, XJent. TJ. S. Army. Corn's; I.dy FrankllB Bay Expedition of 18S1-S. Tto roll.. Royal tvo. wiM Steel Portrait, over 100 IUiutraliom sn4 tU OJtcial Mapi and OlotU. Sold only fry Subtcrtptlon. " BnUfal sad richly filled Talamts." Cincinnati Con'l Gwtettt. FrstoMly Ulastrstad, abooads vnth Uvslv a etiioaM.' Chicago Tribvne. Ths most ImporUat srexk paVllaosd csv AretU BBattsra." Bottom Herald. , " A vsll mad and vtlsoru book." Jv". T. Bn. " InUmtlnt frora eovtrts sovsr." If. T. Herald. " Volnm.. ia sv.ry 11; satiaf Mtory sad eKaBliU." JT. T. TotL No story of Areds ssraloratioa baa Bqaslsd It ta pavsr, vslas es pathos.' Bartford Pott, A Special Aaj.nt Wajited ln Evory Ctty auad Tssra. ) AdorMCHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, '' 27S Xlaa Ut., CinolnmaU, er 74 Brsxvway, 2lew Terk, farsys Xi i VKJ I f"v x 9t- irVswv4 msv.v I V VHIrX x"iN. i TO FAMILIES RKIDIVf! WITHIN A UADIL'S OF 130 .VII LLH OP CIs.Cl.VSi ATI. we will dt liver to yuur railroad statloa or steamboat landing. FREE OF CHARGE, HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES, STAPLE AND FINE GROCERIES. WINES. LIQUORS AND CIGARS, tu the Talae of tfm and upwards, at prices quoted in our ltCMXiu'HosrrHLr Pbicz-List, mailed I on application. vSagajstnquantUyexeladtMi.) Oar ivtiusauua oi naii cvutarj au oeva oaiib on honeet qttantitr and qaalily, and bitter waxfkr ss&inait alt ad alt rations, and bf nrer maUnz aur niUrfpreacntatloni. JOSEPH R. PEEBLES' SONS, GROCERS, Plie'i Bnlldlns, Cinciimati, O, SSTaTtT.T3H HiiJ 1840, NEWSPAPER 1 ADVERTISING I Pays Best ! WHEN PROPERLY DOh'L i Wc am to and DO ci t to ALLcurrOMCRs,; i Low car prices Prompt Transactions Judicious 8 c lections Conspicuous Poti-J mom -Cxpcricnccd Assistancc Unbi- jascd Opinions and ConfiocntialScvicc. j lAoYdtnecMCNT DcotONio. Pnoor Smown l CanwATta or Cost in ant NcvtMrtna, J i Funnionto to RcaponsiaLC Panne J ! FRCC or CHARGE. ; The H. P. Hubbard Co.. i J Suecessors to K P. HUS8AR0, jjedictoos AdTBrtisiog igsnts acd Expsrts,; j Eitaaltthed 1S71. Ineofporsted 1685. I 1 ! I New Havon. Conn. -WOvm 200 Paoc Catalouc or Lcaotn' NmNMftt," SCWT FCC ON AffUCATION. 1 LADIES! L lEednee ar Xnerense the flfsih bj Barm. IfM tremUMrnt. IS XOTjmS XL. MONTH. Tk DIslKASHH, lltUF-G-ILAHITlF.M mad C'lIKOMO 1VE.VK. XESSKS ufWOMA.V a .pclallr- "Woas. aa kaosvs wtata Bsrst. I cure all nllX DISK A SIRS fram a Pimple to Ennu. fksrfn israwaable. Mr "AUAZOXLUi XEUVK FOOD" (rapeelallr pisrparesl for LaUlesI tba Qnleknt. Samt aad Itl Branlr ror SEUVOCS 1EIIII.1TV ar SEXC.VL WCAKXESS la the world. HatUraeUon araaraateed. ISperini attratloa (Ivea to Deaatlrytaa; aad nirahlnr the COMPIiEXIOMT . Ileailth U ISemuty'a flrat rtfalalt-; then Art. A. visit will troat yn aothlBCtnl otay MTe your life. You avr welcone lYont IO wTlcox medical institute, MUS. OS. CKETCIIEK, 3faaacrr, 29l High Street. (Up Stairs J TBI onir DatrTi Vet ubttltutA tur MothrS milk. InTaio. aaD in cnoiera inranium MK. Teething. A pre-dlgested food for Dys- Deotlcs. ConsuiriDtlTas. ConTalascent 1 ts Perfect nntrttel ta U Wastlnc Disease a. Rqutrs no cookie y. Our Book. Th Car ana retains or inrants m"oiirsi- UULUUIll, UUUJJAJSI A W.m SOStOD, v Tocr rettiser for the Ortrlsal t3 She. fiewmxe or rmltaTtnna. Kss Oenmlne nsless bearloc this Sti JAMES WlAWi' S3 SHOE. Made In Button,Coasress ft Laca, s jaj iBn. unoiceiK-i a DnbiXtytComfort andAp- at will bring yotx Inform UOQ DUTW to (Tl .an iuivW ijotaitjor icmisHj. j.Ueass&Ca, 41 1 inrom aw Boston. Miss. This shoe stands hfcrber la tne esttmatlon of TTMtrrrt than any otfier tn the world. Tnouunda wao wear U win veil joa UiarecjonUjoa aitlbwa. FUR SALS ST 8TARKEY & SC0WDEN, :IkV P Fob T Ano mFANTSjpINVALIDS mmttwmTVij ataa-a- m I R v W .1 WW War- -m sV steV to m vr i1 av....a,.sjr Tam; vam t s issssf -av