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II m r fa JKV- -i li: 13 f t-i sri fi ST J? Jl 31 I tfc j ' T. f ' GLOBE JgaBgLIQ MOimOlEVENIEre, JAJHJAItY 3 1H7. 11XF 1 iV amusements. BJSlpm ! mmmm. .WOMEN CHRISTMAS FANCIES! '" Bmmm -rgf , LV-dfKaV MM9TM I 1 1 I 1 I IfNrnml etreastn, aewaa ..evrfnta VI I III U I HII1U I llll U I UU ( her facwtt lamp beat falls. vf. " " " GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, '87 The Monarch OJdltlea. the ilrcatett luu Makers Kxtant, SALSBURY'S TROUBADOURS Nelll Mcllrnry, 'f.te Salbury, lQtrm?ntfirtnt production of their Bright. .musics. fcxiravacaoiA, euiiiiea : THE BROOK! Depleting the pleasure of Jolly ricnlc. LaughterLltcrallv Incessant. (Irand Keafistlo Kaln Enrct. Shower ot Ileal Water Prices Tie. .vie and ac. Seatj u sale at Harris's Cigar t-toro. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Cltsmland, Colambus, Cincinnati and Indianapolis Railway. OOI.10 I1BT. Klght Eiprets.. IJOam If ew York 4 Boston Express "S.fAam Cleveland A Eastern Express SJ5 pm Uw York Limited Express 9.5 pm eoixe aocTH. I Hight Express 3.Zta No 27. Sng., Cln. Jt We. Ex SJO am No. l.Cln. Flying Bucklye T-JiOam X Cincinnati Jt Indianapolis Express...l0.U0am 1 Cleveland A Cincinnati Express L25pm 3 ClntL Ind..St. Louis Jt Kan. Kx "l-So pm nun raoM itsr. Night Express 2.15am No. l.Cln. Urine Buckeye 5j0am 3 Cleveland A Cincinnati Express LSSpm f New rork. Bostaa A Cincinnati Exl35 pm aesivi raoa buctb. II Sight Bvpre.. !, am SI Dayton, Sprincne!dAccom.fr't . HM xi new ion x iioston umuea . J5 am 3.41 Dm 3 Cleseland A intern Express.. St Cincinnati A sprtnitceld Accom S.2U pm 4t New York Llmitea Express 9.5 pm No. 12 Has tnrongD sleepers to New York and Boston without enanjte. Kails the famous limited express, com posed entirely of sleepers, east of Cleseland. Tbrocgtl sleepers from SprtnKfleld. Makes WewloFkln i)H hours and Boston In 24K hours. G. H. KNIUUT, B. K. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent. A. J. SMITH. Arcaae vepot, O.r. A. SprlnEfield, 0. fadtana, Bloomlna-ton and Wetern Rail road akxiTi waou tuer. 1 Nltht Ex T Sandusky Mail t Padne Mali and Ex I Kansas City Ex solas sst. I Columbus Eipresi... 4 Atlantic Mall I Sandusky Mall 8 New York Limited.--- axutx rsoK wrsr. 5 Eaitern Ex Atlantic all , 'lASaml 10:40 am , 5.115 pm SUB aof I New Yol .lmlted- S Kansas City Ex Starrs ran soxth. 1 Cincinnati Ex.. . 1:15 i j r-r a Kenton Accommodation t Columbus Mall soiso JOBIB. 2 Lakeside Ex t Put-In Bay Ex I Sandusky Ex 1:15; I! .- 2-45 iOKK) ' 5ai Ohiofonthern Railroad. IKUTXrEOH SOCTB. 1 Mall and Ex . 4:38m I tj-lAn I I Balnbndse Accom.. oouo SOCTB. i 2 Mall and Ex- . 10:Sm , 5:3jm i BalnbndKe Accom.. Trains marked thus run daily; all oer trains dally except Sunday. A Train No. 1 has a through coach for Liaiu. Neb., and tarouxh sleeper between &prinr.d and Peoria. a , Train No. 3 has throucn sleeper and Air ears tor Peoria, and through sleeper froan aianapolis to Chicago. . - Train No. 5 has elecant new Woodruff sttwr (except Saturday; tnrouch from ColumS to Bt. Paul and Minneapolis; also through aeh trom rjolumbus to Kansas City, and cnattars ketween Columbus and Burlington, Iowa All through trains oc main line botrast and west hare through sleepers and ehatars between Columbus and Peoria. C. E. BENDEHM)N, General Manar. H. M. BRONKIN. Gen. Ticket Age. D. H. BOACH, General Agent. KM. UEFFEKMAN. Ticket Agent ntla, Cln. A. St. LouU R. B L. JOlrl slon. eons wbst. lTutLlne. 7iA.m. 2i p.m. lWa.m. 11 Isnla Accom- I Cln. Mall t pattern Express- V p. m. a . 7 a.m. lCi.m. , 4 p.m. 45 p. m. aaxiri raoK wast. 10 Xeola Aecom 6 Eastern Express 2 Limited Express 12 Ixprets , . X. T, Fenn. 41 Ohio B. B. soma xaET. 12 Atlantic Express "5ia.ni, (4 New York Limited Express. -111a.m. - iC p. m. -Bo p. m I Actommoaaoon I Hew York Express eoixa win. J '7.m. -40 a. m. 1 Pacific Express 1 Cln. and Western Express. IDUijms express iOO p. m. All trains run by Central tlme.wch it 2S minutes slower than Columbus time H. B. 'Dallr. All others dally ejept Snn aay. i J. D. Phleger. Ticket Agent, offlee? Arcade. HUMPHREYS' SS.HUH?H37S'03S Cloth & ColSinding 111 !-, wUS til L.ira'lC astun Ixx. IHn r. O. RatSie. X. V. urr or rtnariL not. crars raica. I 2 3 4 S Pevert. Consaatkm. Inflammsrtt.. .23 llArm. IViumlMir Uermllie. .. J2H Crilnx Coile.orTealbintofXanU. .2 lllarrnra. or miaren or flum. . Oytentery. Cripmf, Bilioos the. .25 Cholera Morbus. omiung toncht. Cold. Bronchitis. .1. .25 Xenralsls. Tootbacte lactti. .2 Heaaachea.cickHeadacbt.rlico .25 6 7 S HOMEOPA7H1C n lii.nnsia. Hilious htoinacn. 5 1 1 r.uppreaed or 1'alnnil lVrMt 25 25 25 ,25 25 j i,it-a. ti rviiose l'fcnoaa.... 3 fVntin fYirh Difficult Biatinr. 4 Kail ltbenra. F-rraipelas. Erpuona.. la Rhenmatlsni. itneomaiK nn... t Kevrr s scar, i-oua, uiuia.. .50 17 oJ r....l. Inflnmta f 'aLIiii ha Head .SO 1IIm ItliniS nr ItlMslinr. 5" .".'.. ".. . .. "r. i t- .n W boopinc s ooan. Hnait so.f u.. ..." CienerilllbllltV.rbjsiolWtaknaas .5 Kidney l"e.e - SO 9Ma.HAH. llhllliv u . ..I.IMr LiHl rlnarv nVtktnt, Wliiurld .- .JO sellllaaanf the Heart. 'atmation t.OO SPECI FICS. sold br DruamrtA, or fnt polpaid on receipt of pno-uiaruaais'ai.bHUk o. leaf anaast. a-l. TUTTS PILLS 25 YEARS 1H USE. Ta Oreatttt Medical Trinxph of tha Agt! SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Lota orappelite, DowelscaaUve, Pain la tha beat, with a doll testation In tht hack aw. Fain under the ahoalder. blade, Fnllaets after eadng, with a dis inclination ta exertion or body or mind. Irritability oftemper, l.w spirits, with afeellngafhaTlngneglertedeomedrty. Wearioras, Ulzzlness, Haltering at the Heart. Oet befbrethe tyet, Iiaadach rer the right eye, Jleulestaeta, with attlal dreams. Highly coktrea Urine, and CONSTIPATION. TTJTT'S P1XI. are erpeclally adaptoa to each eases, ono dost eSecta such a thanrfeoffcelingnstoastonlshthesutrerer. Tbey Increase the A pptlte.tnd cant th body to Take on Kleali.Urea tb; tjtwm is noorlsherl.and bytbeirTonlc Aciltnon tb liltreatlveOoraiis.prtralarStaolsare tTodnerd. Hrlre a.. 4 1 Hiirray Wt..l.T. TUTT'S EXTR&DT SARS&PAaiLLA Renovates the oody. make bealthy flesh, ttrenjOiens the weak, repairs the wastes of the system with pure blood and hard muacle; tones the pervoue eystem. Invigorates the brain, aw nparts tio vigor of rnanhooa. Bl. RoMbydrugslsts. -,! aSrafulrV .d Sonthlv b5 5ver 10.000 Ladles. AreSae, ATecrualoadrTeatont it. "sL.To: ,-- rwiataa tfamoa. Add ttrrxrbyraau.craiorugtsia.o.uu) old by frtvak tucttlssu alt Att. OOISS WEST. 1 NUhtExp. j 2:15 al 5 Pacllle MallC 10J0 al 5:15 d m JStr - - i V t- - - - - awe&eajs?. vis; ?2mmmmk-aakwmmm nTn mi-mi -rmi - iWTrT'rrrnrifiiYTnrnVtTriTr J'aBliiTanii1iittM -" ? i .. a--.s.. - rmsm .- . . '.we. - rJti j. -.. j r i WmmmmmmVXWKmlmmvSlSmmVi9mKBrm3m1XBS.. ' ' B ' ' wJasVaCLs!lHBwfflGlCTrsrf - l lin'awl M I IIS'IHP ' I' "".- cswflfiirs-- SSJ.Ijyi r'l'r' '' Bffi faw ls.1.. n ttin qulcilr man any other known rent k Wyj ttbrarnatiam. Neurafcla, ... ,-uu,, ouii tun tOTRaoa. Varna, BeaHt, Cuts Lamb. CO. 1 VQtUr, boTW, lro-UU, Darkacli., juin..T, Sore Throat, Sciatica. Uounda. Headache. Tuothaihe, Sprains, etc, Prito SScta. a Uxuo. bold bv all alata. Caution.- The pro SatrOttOa (hi kar. nn na7laler.tTsulA.W.L -.!..- hAt alrnafcira. A. IX JI yr J: o ttle KSm7Wumor.Md,f s:a. g Dr. P' CMtn hyrop nlll cum im,r C outs'1 " " n'' S Ct,. kouir CIRCE. rh tV10! ' h'rerejl -Oh, that rWi!t;! rh I was that hU bim fctron arul foU; fltm wbils all bnlj tsions )iavI, And tl Pa-lAnJ that ther irntttl. irmitln f ard fainter, sank !ron Mi;ut at la.st. Whr?1 conquered him with lust lier Hniilin; Vgher Hire eyes anil their wit-tuo lure; . TVjlherripa lip, dear as though h.a'n pure; Wlt ner bW-uuw; tiro! Ah, worM, ro Jiinj. jjus which high ul Is all fleue, 0 Ul dowinT in hereyes" "hat his prayinj;? j(m fieM U fought tbn direst llhr Tytt, when heart and t.Ml anil all IJfe's miht jjche Circe pod an anel ulrayin' Al that temptress nil incarnate Iightf 8 Edgar I. WaVenian in The Journalist I 11 THE INSTALLMENT PLAN. XI Scheme of a ItrfwLIrn llentNt Tlin JIaii of Maklnir Weekly lMymeiit. Jverjlhin; i now solti on installment'," a Brooklvn in.talbuont llcr lo a rv pjbor. "Of ctMirso overylolT Lnrvivs tliat filiture coultl 1m taught on installmentji, y I was not aware that one could liav teeth tilled on weekly or monthly ay rsta. Vhile recently jassin a dentist's CCo in a quiet Htreot in the oaitern district w this sisn: 'Tivth fillnl on iustall JnU. Fire dollars downthe balance, in 'fms to suit. Choapeot and liest work and jsicst terms on cToiliL' Ik'ing dsvirous of LITtns a tooth pulled I enteml the office I the installment dentist. There I fountl a (Ue wizened faco man, who, on learumj y errand, Idl me to a cliair. In a few loracntrt my tooth was axtraeted and I was nablcl to talk with the instTUinent opem- Icr. In the course of convervition ho said jhat he had many customers whom ho liad p0'""' tul who paid him in weekly mid Jnonthly payment. Business was roo1 l,. n(n Car nn Earth riieTii? VUM u' .and he had all he could do. Did ho ever J; mjet cheated' B-it cldom, as he was always ' i-25 pm8" na' n' c"':,omt''" bad some vi.iblo . :4o pmrneans of support. I "Do youthmk that eventuallyeverythins i55 an will bo sold on credit or iutallme!its?" was niked. "Yes. A difference exists between tho credit and installment plans. T1ien buy ing on installments one is obliged to pay just a trifle moro than when he buys on credit. Some tradesmen don't give credit unless they are pretty sure that their cut- tomem m mvl Mnnir insf.illnior.t Henli.rs tomers are good. Many installment dealers. however, don t eren ask for references, and are satisfied if they but kntw tie ad dress of the customer to whom they sell their grols. All goods sold on initillments arc subject, of course, to a chattel mort gage. Tho mortgage can bo foreclosed without notice in case payments are not nmrnrtlT m?t!e "It is only in recent years fiat men's and women's wearing apparel has bcn old on Installments. Now one can ptrchav? nn entire outfit for $ or $10 down. The in stallment idea is u blessing to miny young girls and mn wbo are obliged td work for, ttxir Sllng aii.1 l !; TSScri"U)sear weoklv Of course when ons liiys on in stallments he is sometime a btt extrava gant anil purchases much that a doesn't really need. Some working girl whom I know would not l able to nppetV rvsr.-ct able were it not that tbev could iljcss them selves on the installment plan j There is now o much competition in tit install ment business that tho cash and installment prices differ but littlo."' llrooklji Eagls. Tarls Caricature Carl One of the latest developmentsln the art of advertising Is what is knotjn as tho caricatuure cart of tho new f hauviniit paper. La Rovouche, which wa recently started for the puqos9 of stirr&g up the hatred of the Trench against Oiaany and Bismarck. The arrangement cotUts of a one horse truck in tho center ol which a large square board has been erectd, and as it is tumbled along tho street kn artist, with point and crayons elalorate witty de signs and political cartoons alrad against the Germans For the artist of this novel entertainment one of the best caiconists in Taris, Alfred Lo Petit, has b. engaged, and his pictures, even thougl they are drawn under somewhat disajantageous circumstances, are equal to anj which ap pear in the comic illustrated tournal, to whose pages ho is a frequent entnbutor. The scheme has lieen a great Access, it is said, not only in calling attenjon to the newspaper in question but in Selling the patriotic enthusiasm of the nisses, who fouow in can anoui mo chjiu umns watching the artist at his worlc-Jt must be conf cssed that all this looks as lfjhe Ameri- can idea had been carriwl to a excess in Paris. Certainly the liko of I has never lieon soon in New York or kny other . a : IA 'V. "V a.l r?t-1,s I American cny. .'"' '"""y1"- The Men Who Suorunb. It is the genial, lovable men, )ie men of fine sensibilities and winning trtta of char acter, who usually succumb i tho stern tests which speculation imposcsln its vota ries. The men of coarser Car, of stctl i -i. t .. "Z."-' ?:," " "ft . 'v' Jft TJLZr: 'TILlUiiaAal'- llo lUWIUt saj-v,. ---- wm of the fatal ticker whicbio monoto noutly tick" out the grim intctjnce that the victim must step down fronhls scat of wwlth.-cll his houses, horses ai carriages, give up his club, opera andji hundred other social comforts and enjoyrents, which have become in a sense nccessitls, and take bis place among the innumerabjbost of the hopelessly poor Many a mar has left a broker's office, his slow footslps timcsl as to muffled drum beats Andt will be so as long as men havo a passionfor specula tion, as long as human nerves fre of fleshy fiber and not of steel. Cor tansas City , Times. Utility or an Old Sin. I had occasion to make inoiry enough about some prospective real elite transac tions in St Paul the other jiy, and was about to drop into an attrdive looking office when I discovered that e sign bear ing the firm name was a newjae and was frcshlv and artistically Ictterd Probably without Just cause, I at once Jiagined that the firm must bo "fresh" and-new" in the j real estate business. I pass! along the street until I saw an old fasbned, dingy. weather beaten sign, and therfj sought and received ray desired inforraatli If I were to Invest in reality I should Ue more con- j fidence in the opinions of the fian who dis- played an old fashioned sign.W I believe there are othert like me. Itsoma genius would supply new firms ith antique signs, slightly disfigured, I thjk he could make a fortune Pioneer Pre. "Listener " . Antmalt That Look I.lVi Mn. Them la a 1i!t Nawfoundlnd d that ' frequents the halls of The lonee) Press building whoso countenanceo rciemhles 1 that of James O. Blaino tSt it ttartles one. I once knew a Durham cir tha looked so much like its owner. In C)iscopal clergyman, that it became a roatcr of common comment There's iiow i little i black-and-tatt dog at the SJamrt hotel t which so closely resembles ot of tV) pro prietors of the hotel that ever gnoststops, gazes and is amazed. Tber is ah j ta big mastifT In the city whoso fab closey re sembles that of a well -kpowJ Jocal Iwliti- clan of Irish descent 311 Press. Xo 011.fi Mnrty-u'a Com SIS Sixth. Stree sleepjfs ., pro- srldes practically nsel 7. 2Atiiin- jo terms nor vacatli er at any time. Terms; 19 Trtekj' aouna, 40; sriroaiar. FiEKAL, 1 '."AST, BLKeithri1 was Wend . SOME CUPIOUS CUSTOMS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. flow the President, Senators, Judges and Kepretsntattres Entertain Cards and Calling Drinking- In Washington On or Representative Joe Cannon's Stories. ppBdal Cosracsondsaos. WAsrnxOTo.v, Doe. 37. Tho eominz social season, which opens tho 1st of January, prom ises to be u merry one. Mrs. Cleveland will givo a number of entertainments at the White Iloass, and the question is tieing discuxsod among tbo society leaders hero as to whether dancing will not hi permitted at some of them. President Cleveland thinks that.any thlng loss stately than the minuet would hardly comport with the dignity of the ladr of the White House, and ha is correct. It is probable that there will be nothing of tho kind, and that only lunchos, state dinners and the usual receptions will lie givon. Mrs. Whitnoy oxpects to have a house full of com pany, and the wives of Secretaries Manning, Endicott and Vilas will entertain to a creator extent than thoy did last year. The newness of their positions has worn oft They feel moro at nome, and there seems to be a fen ernl dispo-itign to make tho t-liort seneion of I congress exceedingly lively while it last. la the meantime the various Indies of Washing ton havo been laying ia their atoek of winter cards. It ousts a nice little sum to pay the I engraving bills of Washington society, and every person who expects to go about here in ! a fashionable manner daring the season must lay out all the way from $10 to $.10 in paste boards. There is an etiquette of cards at Washington which is very emlarrassing to strangers, and some of the new bolles lie ' awako many nighte during their first few weeks at Washington wondering why Mrs. Senator Blank left her a card with one cor ner turned down, while another lady equally notl doubled up her card ia the middle, and a third presented it without a crease. Washington etiquette is entirely difforent front that which prevails in other parts of the country. The society is a sort of court circle, nnd it has rules of its own. Tho preni- ' dent is at the top, and an invitation from ' him supersedes all other invitations whatso ever. He receives calLs but returns none. II ' fixes its hours, and Washington society has to bos-to tbm. His the same with his wife, i Mrs. fjleveland is not expected o return calls, though she does accept invitations out ' to lunch, and has been wined and dined by ' various ladies of the cabinet During the season she gives a general reception on Sat- J urday afternoon, and she has certain even- ! ings of the week upon which she is at home to ' her ultimate friends. She stands beside the ', president in the Blue room at his general evening receptions, and she sita opposite him I at his state dinners. The president as a nils ' does not take his wife out to dinner. This j pleaiure is given to the guest whom the presi- ! dent most delights to honor, and the order of precedence at a White House state dinner ' tabb is a matter of great importance to Washington society. There have been diplo matic quarrels among the legations here as i to what ministers have the right to the hands ' of certain ladies on such occasions, and at one time a British minister named Merry made this the subject of some very angry com plaints to his home government It is not improbable that some such question may come up daring the usxt season. President Arthur invited all congressmen to his state dinners, and I understand that Cleveland will do likewise. The attendance upon a state dinner is one of the biggest events in a congressman's social career, ami the greener ones of new members diicuss among thrmWves as to the clothes they shall wear, and instances have been known of members from back districts who have hired evening suit, for the occaon. A swallow. (All IWlt nnil X wh tA nMtt . ,si it. nmtar nn such occasions. The ladies usually anpear in dresses decidedly deccollette, and nothing but low-nock and short sleeves are to b seen. .- . .... . .. .. . ., . . v.. Wbao-Mrs. Hayes, prim MaOrodisf as airy a?-T-rs- . i fniaiKi to attend the inauguration she had nothing but high necked dresses in her wardrobe, and it is said that Mrs. Grant on this account wort a dreas which buttoned up close to the throat at the last dinner of President Grants, which was given in honor of th incoming-pratiJont, Mr. Hare. I heard a story during Arthur's adminis tration as to a backwoods congressman who attempted to drink th water out ef a finger bowl which he took for lemonade, and thai President Arthur frowned at the subdued titter which went around among those who noticed it Secretary Garland will not go into society this winter, and it is one of tha questions of gossip as to whether Lamar is to appear with a young wife or not. The wife of one of th other secretaries tolls me that the lady whom Lamar is courting recently said that "tht supposed it the old secretary persisted in his love making ah would really have to marry him to get rid of him." If she does this dur ing tb coming session Lamar and his nsw wife will be leading social figures and Missis sippi will kovp up its end in the court circle, i This same lady tells me that Garland does I not refuse to wear a dress coat out of pur i buncombe, but that it is out of respect to th memory of his wife. H has not gont into I society tinco his wif died, and he dots not now attend the Whit House receptions or those 0 hi, fellow members of the cabinet u0 spends his entire time iahisefflosat his I oome, and the cabinet ministers and the prea- jjent taTe ceased to count upon him as en ot tueir prospective guests. Another man who doea not wfar s ina, aai i. Senator George, of Mississippi, and one of his ftllew geni, tells me that George promised his corjjtitu.cts when he came to Washington that he oud not ut on a fteel ,, nor " ride in a carriage. Returning to the curiosities of Washington i etiquette, the stranger here always calls upon tho old residents, and members of the lower classes of Washington are expected to call upon those of the higher classes. Constitu ents are expected to call upon their congress men, the wives of representatives call apon - of senators, th. ladle, of congress- men pay their respects first to those of cabi net ministers, and all bow down to the presi dent and the lady of the White House. There have been a number of questions of prece dence as to the rights of the ladies of the cabi net over those of th senators as to tb first call, and in times past it has been a question as to whether the cabinet ladies or the wives of the judges of the supreme court should be first in social rank. When Speaker Carlisle was first eloctod his wife, in the absence of a lady o! the White House, was looked upon as t!i" first lady ot the land, and the senators' wives bad a dismission as to her precedence. So it goes, and so the discussions will continue. There is little acrimony about them, and tho questions are debated over th ta tablta rather than on the rostrum. Mrs. Clei eland recently has received a pro test from a temperance convention in the west against the uso of wines at the White House dinners and at the cabinet receptions. I understand, however, that wine will be con tinued to be used at tho state dinners, and I Joubt net fiat the champagne will flow as freely in Washington society as ever. Drink- TVnt,inrton nt vails to an alarming extcnty and there is a punch served at Wosh- ngton receptions which is maao up ot a mix ture cf liquors strong enough to set the head of a Bacchus to whirling. There will be great liowh of this served at the various New Year's receptions, and there will be few prominent houses, indeed, where the chilly calltrwill not bo ablo to get a "jigger" of something stronger than iliorry. Tun drinking is ono of the greatest dangers to which Washington visitors are subjected. It has caused the ruin of many a statesman, and Jim EclforJ, tho bright, red haired con gressman from Colorado, was ruined by it There is now a memlicr of the United States senate who during tbo past session appeared a number of times on the floor of the senate under the influence of liquor, and though drinki"" bv no means so common now as it was tmrry years ago, still the bills lor leea tea another i.ame for whisky are among tho most paving of the congressional restau rants. Wine stores have rapidly Increased In number in Washington during late years, and there is scarcely n block in th business parts of th city where wino is not aold by th bot tlo and case. Many public men keep well stocked cellars, and we have epicure among the dinner givers who prstsnd to UU tho age sad ,quty ef win from Its bouquet and uala Washington Is tb most tamsa uty m vae ceuutry. Every on prole. Tr7tro tise tare-tod flattsry is adirnsaasja wita ueu i stotamcr. aBati avaa . . ...... iilierSHafei : ors' 1 '."! rawatBtw- sslwt:- Psr-B-S,- 1 raccrd w tmU er WOMEN XmlttsM cclla their mx. &(. ttr RROWjfi .Vl I PySSK -- THE TONIC Thii OMttflia oosmbloM lit with pan vsUb! tool, anil to lnTJaUU far Dwim p-Mulur l Wmb, tuwlaiJlwive-lsmUJ7l'TT. It Kb Hche &nd P..rl...M th Ultl, tliulalM th AppsffllttN Mtr.jttiiB thsj SXamclcm ad nrnet-to imn, vmmwsuij iirinniirsi. sU4rt to waptlxio, ud muw th i I Bakfsiha ainn amoCb. It doM not blaskam Loa taath. aai eudaa oaaanpatxia mil odu in aijrnwi iU. Hum. KuxaBant Banux 74 FarwaQ At., Bf thras pm. Wis. aarj, noc AaUoT !. SSth. )M: I hava aaad Brown's Irua Bittan. and h has been tors thaa a dootor to ma. baTlnsT auvd ma of tna waaknaaa ladiat hara In Ufa. Also anrad Da of f-ir-or OotsDtaiBt. aire now mr enmplezloa otaar and good. Us alao ba baoadatal to ar aaUdiaa." MBS Jjomtk O Baaonos Bai Lockport tCT aajt: 1 ha anffred antold naMrr Irum IVsntM Osnptthita, and oooM obtaia roliaf from notlnng txeopt Brtem't Irea IJrttea., Goonine haa abovo Trado Mark and rnwed rod bneQ onwrairper. Tahenoetber. Madoonlbr BUOW.1 CHZMIOAL 0O-.UAl.TIJlarlE.M1r- It, (he lavtifia are ra.vi of it, and even at j children get ia tat way of it Te higher a man stands ia social or iolitical rank the more he creta of it. and a lady wha is wall ut In Washington society is sure to be spoken of as beautiful and graceful, though she be as ugly as the witch of Kndor and at awkward . 2 Tls ex 1 u , ( Pv-ana l7aHrruanratlws T- tas ti uau- i-i vsuues. tivjiHiPimiitro wirvsj Cannon, of Illinois, was speaking of this at- i tributo of the court circles of Washington the ther day, and taut that it reminded him of a , kind hearted old citizen of his district named Jones. Jones always had a good word for every one, and it was surprising how mtch good ke f eund la the worst characters. At last one of the most disreputable nita la tht vicinity died, and a lot of Jones' friendt wondml what he could find good to any about him. The dead man had been a drunker., dissolute, good for notaing fellow, an4 the.e did net seem a chance for ont eulogist le word. The boys kntw thai Jones wouM say somerning whea he pasted by his coffin, and tkey gathered about en the other side and httennL Jones came up with the rest of the monmers and looked upon tht drtd fv-e of the gwod fer nothing. He gaxed for a fuS minntr, and at last, with a tig a, re start 1: "Well, he hadg)od tseth. 'And to," says Mr Caanea. "it ti with Washington society. Kvery ore here Is bound t say semttking geed about every ether one, and I don't know but what, after all, tnffy it not the bort axle grtsstt for tht social wkeels." I heard an inoident In Use life of tme of ouj, most arominent senators from tht south last night, an inctdsnt which, if it were ia the form of fiction, would tie oonsidered highly improbable. The story comes to me through a private conversation, and hence I cannot give the senator's name. Suffice it to say that he is considered on tt the best orators on the Democratic tide, and be haa not been ia the senate for mere thaa two or three I years. This senator was a soldier ia the Con- ' federate army, and he was lying sick aH Memphis jusl before its fall. Tas people ap preciatsd that tke city was t go into the hands of the Unionists, and they shipped their wounded away oa the tsramers. Sena tor Blank was among tkeat tent away. Hi was lying th d-ck ef rot ship with a crowd of others, laid dewa then liks to many sardines ia a box, and was feeling feverishly thirsty and terribly tick. At this moment a colored nuras with a very pretty little 3-year rlnJ silver 4p aid this L - , w old wBite girl pasted by. ft... uatl. II. A.T. was filled with lemonade. Senator Blank, as he saw her, felt that h must have that lemon ad or die. He probably reasoned that the .UttsudUMeOa a bsju aarhilf and from. As she went by he grabbed the cup and at one gulp drank down th llttla on a Vsraonad. Th baby eried, th nun scolded, aad there was for a ami salt a kabbob around the nick soldier, Vfaan this had par ttaljy subsided he aaknd the narse what the little rir)'.DJun was. Bb replied: "It is NellltUL sving Or earn nam as that of tha sicVtoM&r NLad sraw Is her father r th soldkr asked, with star rapsree. "His nam ss Blank to a easnea frost such a tabs, replied the oarsa, fSiviag th idaaUcal Bam ef ttw shsx snats. Aasi R wat vn so. Th enatar knd seulea Use Itanonad of hit wa daughter, whom ka had left at horn a baby only savernl weaa old, and whe now, after two years of fighting, hi saw for the first time. His wife had heard of his being wound! anil had com to Memphis to find him. 8b did not know that h was oa th steamer. Whea the nuras found that he was really th father of ksr charg th raa to anotaer port at ta vassal, and in a moment airs, bwoator Blank was at her husband's sada. Psaxk O. Canm-vTaa. "Roran ox pixes." Why suffer Piles! Immedlaterelief and com plete cure guaranteed. Ask for "Bough on Piles." Surecureforltchlng, protruding, bleed ing.orany form of Piles. 50c- AtDruggistsor msiled. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, N. J. SK1NNT 3IK?f. Wells' "Health Kenewer-' restores heslth and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Nervous Debility. Tor Weak Men, Delicate Women. $1. WEIieW ium flAMAJi. If gray, rettoret toorlgtnal eolor. An elegant drettlsg, softens and beautifies. No oil nor create. A tonic Rtttorative. Btopshalreom- tagout; strengthens, titan set, heals soal p. SOo. MALARIA "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a physician without a patient, and many an Interminable doctor bill saved. I consider it Infallible In malaria infection. I had for many years been a perfect plijsical wreck from a combination of com plaints, all the outgrowth of malaria In my system, and even under the skillful hand of Dr. J. P. Jones, of this city, I had despaired of ever being a well woman again. Sim mons Liver Regulator was recom mended to me. I tried it ; it helied me, and it Is the only thing that ever did me any good. I perse Tercd In Its use, and I am now In perfect health. I know the medi cine cured me, and I alwajs keep it as a reliable 'standby' in my fam ily." Respectfully, Mm. Maut Rat, Camden, Ala Demand the genuine with 2 in red on front of wrapper. J II. Zeillti & f., Plil'n., Pa. LYON&HEALY4 STaTC V Morfnoc St , CHieaao, wlil naiL Iit, Owni B.iraBiart4 CaUofM ( satxi laatraBMau, iiU4OTna aa Mi7nraa, w r.aa UlMlnUaaa 4.t1Ui j 7 , sankUrjir4 fer Daadaar I-rara Cs-rfti, lrxlitdifif, RfrrttJr!Bf Uattr nala T-trnmla p , . .aataiaa iumrtiaJj iot JsmaUar Umadt. EiasrrUss, aaJ Seal. :ra Malor Tartka, Vf-Lawi, as4 iM tmM 91 aifatM. J tt t.kcn i a u Uie it a. tlar t!- ol rei st-, P-l h af" I" at LwuSstt M- tlwllt GfelwVn'lH ftrpT '4 the i&tK Aftd irajr- r asMUtg- it, iijlcff isla- kT73M A. La,.ttTrf I CURE FITS! srv . T . rnr 1 Am a.t mm aMfatv Saalaa OMia for a Dai aat Una far. ttoat k.ur atata,. .Itaaa a fa., feal ara I ta awl. Uia SLMaa af lrrrt, a. LxrST ar riLLlsB aiCKXCaS a nfc, tar MaiK I sranaat tar irBWf ta aara th trarat toast, iiiatati asawt bar. tallat u a Ran tat art aayjuarrnf a sua. tana at oaa. ar traauaa tat a o fjltla at jar ncarnia rafaaoy. vrra kajiati ana rawajaatt Al aaaaa fsw a in. i ii i .a I aaaa aaar - mitt.$mrtmi-m,r' ...arLSaiiVJ s ' H .si, -,.' .r r - c -, ll. AitnTuK izzr VZ'sKKy RlTTE P ' 8E5T II f -jjisr 1 ttWM 1 JKlff TO ft DaV j Kf Jfcv arai.ijtrt! i t. VJ fti j faa-ffStr. it. u US ff a-.oi. wita Tfg. Cliscjanatl, goiUsxa ife5 -v-i-VllBi PSaE gFJff?aaffjWe-gv- 1 ",. w '"--"""- ---- ?&&Ji I Way up north, where Hit Icebergs gllmmar j 'N'eath the mild aurora's light. Where the hungry polar bears listen j And the northern stars shine bright ; A great big sled with a merry jingle . Hove In sight and an Iceberg crossed. And In it sat our 'rlend, Kris Klngle, Fath.r Time and Old Jack Froat. Father Time blew on his lingers And catching breath, he said, said lie : "My friend, I've been whereuo man lingers. Over land and over sea. Winged my way through every nation, j Priced my goods on every shore. But I've mada the observation That goods are beat at J. M. Cnote'a store. Old Jack Krost'Uien spoke in answer: "What jou tell is true, I know ; His cheap goods are iiltiiplygrand, sir. And tils prices very low. All the cold wave-s, all the storming That I sent to Springfield. Tell quite plain before the warming Coats that came from J. M". Knote's store.' Kris Kingle sat is rapt attention. Drank in every word they spoke ; Then he said : "Tis my Intention To drive my sleigh straight to Spring field, Straight I'll enter through his open doorway, Buy the best he has on hand, And from Africa to N'nrw. v " Speed his fame through avery land.' Great and Special 11 For the next few weeks. A Sensation! That is what we are creat.np every day by the tremendous bar gains we are ottering in clothing of every variety and style, to suit the pockets of all. The stock of goods in our store is the most complete to be found in rn rts-fss nA ..n..' il! IIIO lillj, dllU CVCl J mother or father who a. t i. JlVdniSstUOuU.TnUUraOie uiuihcs iui men uuya should not fail to aoi through our children's department and see some of the bargains that are offered. Every piece of clothing going from our store is war ranted as represented, and the prices can't be beat. Our sales in overcoats the past two months have been tre mendous. Why would it be thus if it was not that our prices and stock surpass that of our many competitors? And the public is fully aware that this is the place to purchase clothing of any de scription. Striking bargains in Men's Suits. Grand offering in Men's and Boys' Overcoats. Big Bcys'andYouths' Winter Cans, with an endless varietv of shades and grades. The stock of II Is complete, and must be closed out. Cold weather is up on us, and good warm Gloves are a Good pre ventive from Jack Frost, of which we have, a great variety. J. I Globe Clothing House. . , v w T i - . . fTf i rtV " -1 .. II VI. . SBjr aaawaa-ar BBtaaaat ::! mT tt irZfiiKtw aawr-.awjaatfJ-liWJjaaA, MSmmSf K.jlsiit-Jfsjsjssssssssrssw !&Er?"2Z-- --r '"Swr .-,wtVij SS"..,.,llS5ag?iyl,.l.1. - Vv3si'rJsf?-s---s-- ?'-i.vr3ij!'v-. ..-: In the crowd thty have com together; Oa her face tb lamp light falls. As la smiling h wonders wtwther Hs parting words she recalls. Be should Dtvtr marry, he told her. Sicca lucb wst to be her will; And now h is thirty yoars older. And tbey bulb are singl still. He tpeke It in desperate fashion, Aad lo griof bis voice grew wild: II louubaj her with dainty wnipassloa Ttat at could try uk a cLIM This ral of th past he remembers, A ad laughs as h lifts bis bat Tat flame bat died down Into enihers, Uray. bx his hair what t Ibair It was out of his youthful folly Tb act Hist be most deplores; His nlgbt shall be none tb less jolly; But she, at the play houde doors. For the word of her footman wsitlng. Dispute with the lonely years. Ant her eyes. In that dull debating, like a chill's have filled with tears. l.ipplr-rotfs Magulae. A MEZO TINT. tVerp cam ti 1117 tl.or. one wlBtr.i dj Attli) twilJjht horir, an HtiH and cold rhii bit of colr. which srnTi to zW-a Xik &n aaf I'i rtn o'er the trottj -ratsl. TV th-. faef? of & tfirl. withhealtb ?! Ia ec da-sty t?ur of chf??Ir ni cb:i; VM ut a! .fr -yc tfcr? daco.i 4 tlgit. Tbtt tel? f ,ueGzHi-s)w Axta trithi Infl rtto h- -ys ttt r loolrJ a youti V"hOft- b-irt iiiu 'm Di pur? x'l Am. Sajupt Br s3aJ ia ffT'rtn; alm, II coU Ur ttcry ue jet oil Tbt tp to h tear-Vs f. a-b?.1 thf light Ql 9-is1?3 pulse btrats. rapturous Alow. Ao1 th sr ttit breathed through hr maU Wa h: fcolit rsalm of Ufr, I know. tnd thi color, of rarer tint Thaa eTer a paintt-r'a canras caoait, Wa mtectly rrafted from loro'a warm toaa. fkjiJ loUf tho gray of tha twilight Troutr!.ta Anna ? Surbuct. ARTHUR'S PCT STUDY. THE LATE EX-PRESIDENT MADE NAMES SOMETHING OF A HOBBY. He Aaalst Ills Father In Preparing a nook on the Derivation of Falully ralrnyralca .Selections From a Long List. Phrenologists judge the character and dlrpoiinoa of persons by th bumps and conformity ot tbeir huads; chiromancists foretell by the shape and lin.aj in tho palms of the hands, and phvsiotmomista read through faces and eyeu. "What's in a ) same!" was a maxim of tho lato Prmident Arthur. He thought that there was a good deal in a name, and a favorite way with him of judging individuals was by the name he bore. Ho used to say that he could read a man if he heard his namo. In his early politi cal and public career his likes and dislikes were to a considerable extent formed by patronymics. If any one was introduced to him in the days when he had leisure be would particularly inquire how the namo was spelled, and if ho conceive an an tipathy it was chiefly boca;v the name did not please him. Those who knew him best say that the judging of names hail much to do with his life. n evincud a special fondness for I Gaelic, seemingly. Tho study of family j and baptismal names was begun by the dead president when he was a youth. Their dtriration and signification amounted to a bothy with him. In 1831, his father, the Rev. William Ar thur, who was a Baptist preacher, compiled whthyjgVmbnu vine, near i roy, ana the ruturo chief man-s- r " id 10, naas book was published in this city thirty odd jrsaia ayj, iiua una iuii ii iiu. wi riiu and copies of it ar now difficult to find. Th book was an etymological treatise of family names, and gave the origin and im port. It contained from 2,500 to tr.SOO Barnes. In the work appear the patro nymics of many citizens who later on became compeers and cornpotitors of the lata presi dent ia public life. An ominous signifi canoe is sttaohod to th name of GarflalJ It is thus describe! Garfiald, local, Saxon, garwaln to pre pare; German and Dutch, gar-drael, den, ready, prepared, and field, a place where everything I. finished necessary for aa array. Tht Arthur Interpretation ot the name of United States Senator William M. Evarts was hard or enduring. His surname is thus treated: "Evarts is a combination of Bvarard, which is Saxon, and has the same meanlnp ia Grk, that is ever honored, or from Saerhardt, ever hard or enduring. Some writers," says the Arthur treatise, "are of tb opinion that we hav Bver, Evarard. Evert, from Ever, or hour." Th nam of Abram 3. Hewitt, the mayer-lct, ia said to be of Saxon origin, and ta signify a "hewer of wood." Gea Arthar traced out the name of Ros roe Cenkling as follows: "Con, wise, know ing, bold, and klein, little or son. Konke lea, in Dutch signifies to plot, intrigue, con spire. CJeangleAun, Gaelic, the bead ol tb valley." Henry Ward Beeoher' nimam is sair to he of French descent from "boaue eher, a fine entertainment, or from bnoch wood.' Th nam of Henry George is from "thi Greek, Gee, th earth, a husbandman, a farmer." Charles 9tewart Pamell's name comes according to Arthur's authority, from tht Italian, "Potrouilia, pretty stone," whil Gladstone ia Saxon and means jast what i says. Slender or big man generally is the sig niflcaticn given to the family name o James G. Blaine. Arthur said that "Blea in the Welsh meant the summit or top; th highest part of a mountain, the inland ex tremify of a glen, a leader, a chief." rjenator Miller's name is derived fror tV Greek word "Meillear, having larr 1'ps; raalair, Gaelic, a merchant; maillot 'jaelic, a man In armor having a coat c nail, a soldier. " It also signifies "one wh attends a great milL" The dead president's one time chum Goerg Elisa, gets his nam trom tha Wels. word "Blys, signifying longing, desiring la English it moans a happy man." The name Williams is from the Belg word "guild helm, harnessed with a gildex helmet, or, as others say, from Wilhelm the shield or defense of mwy." The family to which Commissioner Ste phrn B. French belongs derive tbeir nam from the French. It means originally be longing to the French. Lieut Gov. Jones' name is purported U lie ef Hebrew root, and to indicate a gra . iout man. Collector Magons's name h -laelie and means a "bear." Surrogate Rollins' name is from tht Saxon, and means counsel for the land. District Attorney Walker's uaxne is claimed to b of English birth. Arthur says: "In th north ot England and south of Scotland a fulling mill is staft called a walk milL The nam may signify either a fuller or at; officer who duty consists in walking or Inspecting a certain spaca of forest ground. Dana indicates a "man of minsnee," one who Is exalted. Hansom, th nam of one of Gen. Ar thur's land ventures, means the pries paid for redemption from captivity or punish ment. Th name ot the lata presidents political eompeerv Ex-Gov. A- B. Cornell, it from the British, meaning a corner, a place, shaped liko .a body. In th French Corneffl slgnifias a crow. Alderman O'Connor's nam means in Celtic end Gaelic "Wonderful among Men, a Chief." Utisted means "a horn, a fixed place, from th Saxon." Tha following origin was attached to Gen, 'Arthur's wn nam by bis father and nlmsfiX. 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To .n.uu i nts 1 bot tle for7V:. i rj your rtrui.ist nr-t Boxed secure from nbservatbiuS i Hann-is .Mro. . Co.. II Fulton -!.. X Y P. a. Mention this paper. la JUT tOXrr mai!- that can Is. retnrnul t ,-wi -.- in-- miw vass wr r not roor PEftFECJLV SATISrACTORV rT'-Js-'t,an-i itarktIiilvls-Tit.srr. Mav arWy of itjKr onl crin-tj. Sol-J Vw flrrtt,. r tiTrrtrs9 frai-r 0f woitb:u Iraltatlt- aaTlsWti srftvsjaatrssF , faa.1,,,, a d.rtie, Rllleaane.a. L1verrm ilalats. Indlgrallaa. atllet bnt efTectlve, itsuld Br oai'iaiiisTs. Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye. iTicUiniD iiiu Batt ta th wr (L Hafmlrjt Ra.t4vlit Is ataniavMuatl dlaay pnUBeait, aV rviitAlotai Harm , ratat4itj tba III tt tVct oriMd tljaa, iMftj tba hair aoA ant. bsjrtinj Black or Brown, Kx laaatory drfufan Mat -atpaiti In aaalM t,(a MTrra. en arbitral iota. nn ttMfnr thJ pftptM- Sol4 iTTUldnianrfsC-v. Anlma f-bjaxperttial aaSaaClOthMX.T CHj IsEPAPER For a check for IJO we 111 print a ten-line ndvertisement In One .Million Issues of lead- Ine American Xews- papers and eomnlete (he work althlu ten days. This is at the rat' t only one-nith ot a cent a line, for 1.9iClreu- itton I The advertisement will appear In bnt isinglelttueof any paper, and consequently sill be placed before One Million different ewspaper purchasers: or Five Miixoi .lADtB.s.lf It Is true, as is sometimes stated. list etery newspaper Is lookeu at !y five per wins on an averace Ten lines will aecommo- ate about seventy-five words Address with opv of advertisement and check, or send 39c r book of 176 psces )E0. r ROU'KLLA C0 W 3prue St- Ifew Tark SHIFHAH AUTOMATIC Steam Engine Fer BmI astf filmtiomtxrr pJTara, Ba atull4 afitrtsaLaal ialraa. StstiziulOMircimi ttsna ! kaaertj laaa tbaa 1 failama mt aeal art. tm all Uasflg aliftil --art. Tvmvm . Om 4Vs4 twa . J.WATSCUS, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY. T AST I'D a gentleman of energy, experience and acquaintance, in each county of (ifflo. as lirent for Appiexnte-s Ktrcfrie ISnrglar Vlnrra Jliattlnc- h'ocipltal but best of ref erences required Absolute control given. Unexcelled opportunity to build up a lucrative eirctrirai niutnm. in connection. Corres pondence solicited Cleveland rneetrloMattlncCo.. Boom I, National Bank Building. t levelano, O. AtstbBprosiiniautOTtTtueeM style. Frartnt alipiiloirfrom bead or tb. naUL HadoorDettqaauty Tooisiea-L Carefully trmperatL oraal. by llanl- srara UsaUert, Half dosen aaaorted tise. tent to aar address .TAaTetiaH,onrvcrlttof SIOQ. afadtesT by ilia SSWAlifrsiOlui Brul.s'u Col. Uiiud-TZ lytOLl. BARREL SHOT GCJt. S-.O" nnnni.R 3.08 sINOLK BREECU LOADER. sl.gf Price aaather reads In properties. PARKER.8NIITH and OTHER CUNS evm momma rs mnoor czoam. niuatrated catalnrne and Price Kat Stat Trsa. 1. C. MNDIE A SOX. iSSSATi H.W.AYER&SOH ADVERTISING AGSNTS vV&T&a PHIUDELPHIa Car. Cbestaat aad KlsBla tstaw steealva Advertisesneats tor this Paper. CCTlUliTS rtwjrirUTnTiM'cistp Call IRA ltd at l-crwwst CasfiRatwrnCX. a4it.ia svea ti&nu'd himiiii tar Stf t-l wWl'l te- mrtntjair. WILSON WASHBOJLRDS. v III fOlil 881SITS i-.m 1 1 wifl w ntm .aiKan FirK d.rtie, Rllleaane.a. L1verrm BBanaaaH aaaaSaTCACfl. J QasrsaB Bf( ililPr. 1 U -L . JanafT'l'l '... I'l i - T Lsreaik'.jwa'il. mm&mF -.?SraTaaaaaSSSaaaolCcaB rttar aat prlet 'sHsjiai ..RssanaRfaRfaHTnet waahboaras ar naa sjrlta RRRRIaBeaUTVoaslriau TbeoTit anaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB . a a- a a-. h.mm far .! a aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaab owaawaaraaa raanv. ".. -a .ayayayayayayaaaafetiit..; mm sasa ar.au 1 aaaaaa.faaaaaiaaaa : Tibitafanasta - 1 . laitaaaTaaaa aBBallWIII BUSINESS DIRECTORY!! DENTISTS. C-asWs9ttTEBE, Lftoe. ill uter, z. r z. fa I t it iiiiaiaasii .aMtru.-. r JT' &Zi araa o iait rssri 'swtaewi mix, '' t, JfasoaleB ;: "') PmMTERS. TT bVUaWtet3BUCB.KudS7Aretvs:. ij.t tsr, Kagraver acta fAafaieaaaia Wetaiaa:swdjsjaaaar.at!eaftasas AET-AKErt. ir.tiiV- iis.' & (XUraara, rAOKaat AV9 assfiraaw, j i-v.t 4JU W. tati -WtRTAXEB. S . . TTT A. OEOM St . - a SSg. , ., BKDMwTA II Ij IfTsflraaa. if Waiaavf-a KcaldenoelMW.HlaiiK. ri;s i. . ' FATrEB.lKErt TIT T.rJLaUCJtaT, III riTTBI Situ. x, , a-..- W. Washington jttuuci. caixxoiiy saae aua pasterns Kisteci in an rosiatav 1P0KIIMICRS. TOHjrsox a rjosaz, u t-xaSBzaorTESE.!. sisxrrrAsos i 17D VTeltCalanMa. atHar General Book Binders and Kaak-Sook j laccatrer. machinists: aV--is; 1 E-TCKKBCIX,-, AAt XiCEt-isT.4j3oxrim4tTOswtacrBfs--S i.jv.iater.- T J. HICKET. lit Practical Machinist end General Job ? 66 and JE. Wasitlagtonstl MEWWAfail AIVEITISINI 'y Beet; WcAniTosaoDOoivtToALLcusToacwa, itowtsr Pwicis PnorT TiMitsAcnoa Juoicioua tttixcnoaa conspicuous "oai mons exnaiiNCxo Assirrsnct Urtta- asto OnmoNa ano ConnoisrrutSisviCaC ! lAovtrmatratwr Dititsca, Pnoorw Smoww trh EenaaaTcs or Coarr in anv Ncwaearsutev rnwtMC vw Rt.eowaaatc Paamu rRECoe CHARQC The H. P. Hubbard Co., Suecrraon te H. P. HUBBaRT), jJcrlTcIoas AdTBrtlsIng Igsnls aad Experts,; EsTUbHakad 1871, raypomd lfi3j. Mew Haven. Conn. Oo 200 Paa Catbimvc r rLAmsai Navtniinfik, Scirr race oa Ai-tfueaTKiai,, I ARMOUR CO., STAR STAR HAMS. BACON. a? Delicious Flavor. No pains arti2 10 rnaico z .these meats i THE 'BEST that can ba produced. People ol EPICURE!, TASTES are highly pleased with them. Ifroair firottr or Xarfcetraan do wot keetr tatesw.eataairee t. aj tras m., win z, klaWalaaallBiafaJlaTStrPnl afaltliaksl'li.1.1fiil,SUlt twn.i a..tra- tar oar ounce box of ) amtt EjntxwA crrsnic.w.uulc.s4Unilri. WBouAUciUaJS lisi a aen.eniy when wilaloalAxxamiwi2eXli3 btialaem canl. Tha only narfact auowtltuta Mother rniiK. -aavainnm ia snoiara aactTaatfilnar. Anralaraatodf Cnolarst fflfnirtum larooa tor tsysr arrva lafreantsa. saonsurnpervoss, sonvaiavcwnwta la all SViaalaaB- Plaaanaaia- jaQnJra no OOoarna-. liar ISOOar. The CaTaffSis ana Fatvains: ot lnartx, rsaCsd Ira.. aroLXSZB. OsrOOAXJI A, CO. a-sjatotU-Vsita ! CULHEM0XT COLU.Iafl 4JlulMaIlH8.1T CeLtHTa t CLiBcxenT' cei,eMri ciaAKiuiexx cex-eavi cLAJxesiarrr cetoNTt CX.AKE.T4BSX CeiaOKX I AntwBociarTtrylSeayaln UetsattytarsvCBar s-lUaaa, only 3 rnontas old. has & stents, g aettiayt, sttaBtDoau.S trains and a tnalite&lly. Land rTceT, advanaaa;. Sena, tend, ttnd lay all tars' Fresh tor circulars wits, 4 maps,! rbouac Hanasa. an ahottt th. wetaderfsl arrow cnyjtt awuitMttatasaras?ts.bnttatss 0x91 tatlas.' bealtb,prirtartnns.Bsdt4otu.rdlttiin rohlacta. Farm. JOT tsou oaa anotiiBar insaaiiora n. lar btTlnytoBl.'iymet.wlihoeIetTliixU.iraltiii 1 awcitblr' InttallmsKS to- tnea it.wllDotrt MtTintrtbairabnaltan. aaareaaai. w . a. a, c IfM A-TIaremootiirTy CoW ANCHOR L8N U. S. MAIL STEAMERS Sail every Saturday from Sew Yorfio Glasgiw and LondoH.srry. lUSof pastaisatoertrom-Vn. rrt, tXaieww, aiaassaaja, aoiaaiiaHiui I J WAavota. "V ' CABTrTS.a5anda3S. BEMdDcr.lWSMs; SUaoatward or prepaid, ase. Anchor Lin drafts lssied at Lowest Kates arc )sid trsa ot eharire la Eszlasd. fccot- Uaitaallrelana. Jot Bockaet Togrs,Tlclteta or other iBferm- anon, appiy w JMUafaua unurtlBas, Clew sera t wttf.w.auaaaVAaa. aawi . a Main street, Brlnraia Wasted General agent, to whe my new motor. Bare ensure. 100, sry or UK on the dollar. Address, with stam r. .t.n eaver, aaoianapous, ino. uiame paperj srntenrllac Ad vertlsars should address CO. P. HOWELL tt CO, 10 SPKCCK STREStT, HE W TOKK Tor SELECT LIST ot LMQ SEWSPAPHRS. Will ba seat zKKK on tPDllcjtttoB. TO ADVERTISE Tor a cheek tor 12) w will psi-sj dvertlsemsnttn Caa Million jU American Ntwspapeja TJtt' only tsasUMlw acctl.u-p. that -tlnnl Thesuleraaaawt-iSsner.An,j'V SSSkf" 35 J71U :..Catsn.a W-"!! --rr " ijpia .ii'vv&t' : sstaksra. -LyjKi - i. AI ?! Tit! this .It rr. I . M &rr I w a :& a 5fj.r '. . ..- otftarBK t w ? -' -a- - -