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The Monarch Oddities the Greatest
i'un Makers Kxtaut.
Nellie Mellrnry. Nat Salburr,
In a mssnlficent production of thrlr Bright.
Musical Kxtravacanu. entitled :
Depictlnc the pleasure of Jolly ricnlc.
Laughter Literally Incessant. Orand Realistic
nun buret juuvcr ui ir I nam
Prices 73c. UX aud 2Sc Mats on sale at
Harris's Clear More.
Cleraland. Colnmbaa, Cincinnati
India polls Railway.
Nlsht Express 1 JO am
New York Boston Kxpress
Clereland A Eastern Express
New York Limited Express
t Night Express .
. am
. 3fipm
8.tS pm
.5.-0 am
. No l.Cln Klrlnir Uue-lre.
. o , j oi; . i.in. i es. bL.
.50 am
19 Cincinnati Indianapolis Expresi10.(O am
S Clereland A Cincinnati Kmrea.
. lttpm
$ ClntU Ind-st. Louis Kan. Ex.
aaaiTxraoii aisr,
Klfht Express
.1.15 am
No. l.Cln Fliinir Itnr.iTe
S Clereland A CI nclnn-tl Kidii
S Hew I'ork. Bostcn Jt Cincinnati Ex-15 pm
aiti rao- aorta.
li Nlcht Express 1-Sam
32 Dayton. bprlnKfleld Accom. fr't 8.50 am
11 New York A Boston Limited-
$..15 am
2 Clereland lilirn Krnres.
3.40 pm
5.30 run
15 Cincinnati i brnnsOeld Accom
41 New York Limited Eion-sa
9.45 pm
no. ii nas inroun steeper to jew iork ana
Boston without chance.
No. Is the famous limited express, com
posed entirely of sleepers, east of Clereland.
Through sleeper from Springfield. Makes
New York In k)S hour and Boston in 2K
. R. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent,
A. J. SMITH. Arcade Depot.
0. P. A. Sprimtfleld. 0.
Indiana, Bloomlnston and Western Ball
road. . 1:55 am
7:55 am
1 NlEbt Ex
T Sandusky Mall
Pacific Mall and Ex
3 Kansas City Ex
eoixe east.
1 Columbus Express
in JA
S:05 pm
2:20 am
4 Atlantic Mall
8.45 am
1-5 pm
9:45 pm
a Sanduskv Mail .
b New York Limited
AKEira raoM wist.
I Eastern Ex. .
4 Atlantic Mall.
( New York lamlVd
.. S5 am
- V:35aoi
- 9.35 pm
solas wist.
1 Nleht Express
6 Pacific Mall .
s Kansas City El .
.kiivx raov ioite.
15 am
-10.50 am
.. 5:15 pm
1 Cincinnati Ex. .
1:15 am
. 9:-" am
. Kenton Accommodation
3 Columbus Mail
eos HOEIH.
1:15 pm
. 1:45 am
1 Lakeside Ex
4 Put-In Bay Ex
6 Sandusky Ex
iu-w am
5 Jo pm
Ohio Southern Hallroad.
1 Mall and Ex. . . 4:30 pm
3 Balnbridice rtcccm .
9:40 am
eon. 3 sorTB.
IMill and El-
. 10.25 am ,
t Balnbrlde Accom..
5 J5 pm
Trains marked thus run fally; nil other
trains dally except Sunday
Train No. 1 has a through coach for Lincoln.
Keb-and through sleeper between Spring-eld
and Peoria.
Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair
ears tor Peoria, and through sleeper from In
dianapolis to Ctdcaro.
Train No.4 has elegant new Woodruff sleeper
(except Saturday) through from Columbus to
bt. Paul and Minneapolis; also through coach
from Columbus to Kansas City, and cbalr car
between Columbus and Burlington, Iowa.
AU through trains on main line both east
and west hare through sleepers and chair cars
between Columbus and Peoria.
C. E. HENDERSON. General Manager,
n. M. BK0NM)N. Gen. Ticket Agent.
D. II. ROACH, General Agent.
WM. HEFFERMAN. Ticket Agent.
Itrta, Oln. St. Louis B. B . M. Dlrl-
sous wan.
1 Tut Line.
7:15 a.m.
25 p. m.
10:20 a.m.
4:10 p. m.
11 nl Accom-
I cin. Mail..
T Western Express-
aaairi rion west.
10 Xenla Accom
s Kaitern Express -
1 Limited Express
11 Xipress
- 7:15 a.m.
-10:20 a. m.
- 4-00 p.m.
-6:15 p.m.
Fran. Ohio B. B.
cons xrr.
11 Atlantic Express-
-10:42 a. to.
5:05 p. m.
Is New York Limited Express.
1 A ecommodatlon
I Hew York Expresi-
I PaclSc Express.
..1:47 a. m.
1 Ctn. and Western Express-
ox, oms express .
:0Op. m.
AU train run by Central time, which la SS
minutes slower than Columbus time.
S. B Dally. AU others dally except Sun
day. J. D. Phleger. Ticket Agent. oEce72 Arcade.
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
KST.-U-UK& mi
Bt to tw vr 4.
nJTi-i R.iuotiwi is.
WJUItl-MNrU.! tl - y
fwinlment, n ndir-kro-t-au
, Mf-tediM Ui III cf
beta T -d dyw iMttt
thehn'r wrft -d be-ourj
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planatory cfrro-M-
jtpaid In f-slM tit
tioii.r thl paper Se4d
bralldrwrl-U. Applt
by pt at
'StB-er 't Wif Frrj.
A lVx; that ?Terr lather
alw-ld place in hln on'i Lantls
a-vJ read U-aa-lf with tbe otrnort
car. GlTca all the iptom
a4 terrible reo-Ita of Iu-Mutea
doe to Larlj- lee aad Irr
Unusband and neadf of Fara-
CUm nwea It. TttimtUJ from eminent London Doctor?
Tor Pt n, Pec-jr. Wi, Lort Tlutr. Etc 5t
cmlTwaIr Frr- Oualtsti-. FromSA H-tokr.a.
Cltl C ACC. It4 1'lt at--w Y.rk.
U'l i rmnce i
UI KKI1IN at til- ite.liwelarr 1'ulytecli-ntcliutitut-,
rroy, v. Y. The oldest engi
neering school In America. Next term begins
September loth. The Register lor 1&6 contains
a list of the graduates tor the past 61 years,
with their positions, also course of study, re
quirements, expenses, etc Candidates from
a distance, or those living In distant states, by
special examinations at their homes, or at
such schools as tbey may be attending, may
determine the question of admission without
visiting Troy. For register and full inf orma
tlonaddress PtrmM Gaccic. Director
Tie Great EailUfc IrMrtUa
.Cures WeaJbiMj, fpermofoTTAeo,
r mnons. jmpoienc y ana a uia-:
hm caused br self abuse or In
discretion. On nafka-p 1 1. six !'
KxroKxl Br mall. Wri:n for Pamphlet. Urn-
urek.a Cliemlcal Co., Detroit, Jllle.
Call on or address The. Troupe,dr-crtst.
arraer Main and Market trets, aprtutTlal.
. le Agaat
10(! Wf.st Main St. Telephone 45.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan
C CRoomain Buckingham' Building. orer-Br
--Murphy A Bro.' StoreC-
ptclal attention ctren tp ths preserving at
naCtfr teeth
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sf i.
"B Gnttait Cn a Earth fnrTM -rui
nOmmor qnictlT than any othar -ow. n
ruj ; mmuwiam, uvunucijt,
weui, duo ., tmuirt,
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ToeihacMS Rprmlna, etc Price
Oct. feotUa. Sold by il
ttrii4t- CMtfoi- Tb ceo
JS555'a -Wr-Mo-. OI bean mtr
- iuwiisi iinuriuia,auu vui
fania sTt-, A. C. Merer A Co. Sole
rroprtrtor. IuiUmoro, Mi, C&.JL
Dr. Batfa Coach Sirup will cure your
Coach at ence, irlceonlr3ACls. a bottle
A Good riare In Whlrli lo Sen- Wires.
I How 3tatrhe Art Mad.
"Washington is coins: to x chock full
of miUTlagctile lailics this winter," s.'iiil s,
i pretty little Southern widow the other
evening "Da you -now,"' she continued
' showing a keen interest in the subject,
"that this is the greatest mutch milking
city In the universe' No Well, it's
true. Moro ladies come here to get mar
ried than to hnlf n dozen other cities of
the same population. It is liecnu-e of
the pleasant society, the beaut y of the sur
roundings and the gallantry of the city.
All the ladies want to lie here, nml I
don't blame them. I have been eoining
here for three winters but not for the
purpose I mention."
'l)o you think this a desirable plare to
hunt husbands "
"I cannot say so," and a flit of disap
pointment gleamed in her blessed deep
black eye and the flush mounted her vel
vety checks. "But 'tis a good place for
men to seek witcs I know you must
have seen that much The ladies are hand
some and accomplished, as a rule, und
hundreds of them have wealth nnd social
standing. As I said, they are smitten
with the glare of the capital and the
abandon of the people. If there is
anything a Ltdy likes it is ease and
elegance, plenty of time and au abun
dance of gayety. These, with a gallant
and bright husb gentleman, make it
so nice. I have attended receptions,
dinners and all manner of social enter
tainments In Paris and London I was
I educated at the capital of France but
there is nothing so lastingly pleasant as
mil h:trA In Wa!itnifnn "
.. .
Are there more marriages here than
In other cities, proportionate to the popu
lation!" "I cannot say that there are, but you
must remember that the matches made
here are culminated elsewhere. The
ladies come here, meet residents or visit
ors, court, make engagements, then go
home and get married. O' its Jolly,
courting in Washington so different
from other places. There is romance in
everything. A woman that couldn't plot
an elopement here,undcr the glitter of the
White House, the roar and bustle of the
' Capitol, and to the music of the dining
room and ball, tat worth having. JJut,
j seriously, I never heard of so many ladies
who wanted to get married as are here
T tnnw them nntl see them everr-
where I go widows, orphans, daughters
of magnates, statesmen anil potentates.
Lots of men come here to look for wives,
but there is not one of them to tea ladies
who are looking for husbands. The
hotels, aristocratic boarding houses, the
' "ats ant "lc private residences nre full of
tnem. scores are in every square. -iy
'water, water everywhere, and none to
drink!' And the discouraging feature is
these ladies are becoming more plentiful
every year. Great families of them
come in a bunch, put up at tho fashion
able places or lent houses and stay the
Mason out. An acceptable man could
marry twice a eek. From the inflow of
familiar faces it looks like the market
wonld be better supplied this short sea
son than ever before." Washington Cor.
Chicago Tribune.
A Curious Wafthlngton Character.
"That's Belle Boyd. You know Belle
Boyd!" said the old man, taking an old
painting in a gilt frame out of a flirty
corner and carefHlly wiping the dust off,
as he held it up before a reporter. "She
wasn't a bad looking girl as far as looks
goes. " He examined it critically at arm's
length. "But," he added, "she was a
terror. This was taken by a famous
artist while she was in the old Capitol.
You know they never put her there until
the war was nearly over, and I expect it
was more for revenge than anything.
Some of the officers, I think, were in love
with her and they had a falling out. You
know they said she w as a rebel spy. She
was a clever woman, I guess, and mighty
reckless. They say she was of service to
the Confederacy This is a good picture
t her. How'd I get it? I don't know. It
lame with the rest of the tilings. Look
about you. 1 don't know how they got
here. They have just accumulated."
The old man is a dealer in, or rather col
lector of, all sorts of old "traps." The
"store" looks like an attic that has out
lived many generations, or rather like a
whole colony of attics. People whose
dally walks take them that way often see
the old man sitting in front of his door
nth his back to the pavement and his
face turned in respectful attention to the
collection of curious old pictures and
books which are piled on each side of the
door nearly up to the second story.
Every day the pile has grown bigger, the
books huddling together as if trying to
look over each other's shoulders at tho
odd things in the windows. The eld
man is nearly always alone and silent.
But he is not always sitting with his back
to the street. Sometimes he is dusting
the old books or rubbing a greased rag
over the fate of some oil painting that
has almost passed out of sight. Occasion
ally some lady stops to look at the books
or peep into the dark store. Sometimes
they venture inside, but he never says a
word, and after looking around they gc
away wondering at what they have seen.
Washington Star.
Dynamite Not So Dangerous.
"Dynamite is not nearly so dangerous
i substance as people suppose," said Mr.
Schroder, of the Atlantic Dynamite com
pany, to a reporter. "We havo been en
gaged for over seventeen years in its
manufacture and have had but two ex
plosions in our factory. With experienced
workmen safety is almost assured. Peo
ple have an erroneous idea concerning its
destructive qualities. Why, it cannot
compare with ordinary black powder as a
destroyer. Take, for example, the at
tempt made to blow up the British houses
of parliament. If the same amount of
black powder had been used the effect
would have been far more disastrous.
Why Because dynamite Is Instantane
ous and local in its action, while powder
is slower in expansion and more far reach
ing in its destruction. Dynamite grinds
into atoms everything within its reach.
Powder breaks things into pieces, but
does not atomise them. Dyni .lite will
not explode in a fire. It is exploded only
by concussion."
"Then how does it happen that dyna
mite projectiles thrown from guns nnd
moitars escape exploding in the concus
sion of the powder used in projecting
"That is easily explained. At the base
of the cartrige is nfllxed a layer of rubber
which breaks the force of the concussion.
It is when it strikes and the cap attached
to the head of it explodes that the cart
ridge ges off. This is the only way that
dynamite can be employed in guns. If it
were used like powder it would blow the
gun to atoms." New York Mail und Ex
press. CcaV. Sicw 2g2& th?
thousands suffering- from Asthma, Con
sumption . Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
1 a-V-V. XTn-ltch VtsTn-rirt It Is tint host
- H. CoWentx, corner Market and
Desrrlptlon of tha I'laoe Wher Ilia
Great Examinations Ar Held.
Official Corruption A Trick to Obtain
a Suli.tltute" Other Method
Started olf early In the morning with
my euerablo "boy" to find tha examina
tion Hall for would bo mandarins I ex
pected to see a majestic pile of buildings,
4S impressive in its way as the Alunitii
hall at Yale or the Berlin university.
All accounts of China that I hml seen re
ferred to tho civil service examinations of
the empire as the foundation of the coun
try's stability and of her people's hnppi
ne.ss. I had read that the highest ofllces
under the government were within reach
of the humblest peasant, provided he
passed successfully tho various examina
tions conducted by distinguished and dis
interested scholars. If what writers on
China have said be true, wo cin afford to
copy her in this respect, for what can be
more inspiring to our schoolboys thau the
thought of being able to reach honor and
fame by making high marks in the recita
tion room' On entering what purported
to be the place where the examinations
were held, I found 1113 self inside of a vast
wall surrounding a few acres of what in
Chicago nould Ih taken for cattle shells.
Each one uf these cattle pen lookinghtalU,
of which there nre lO.WW in theinclostire,
is meant lo receive a candidate for exami
nation. This candidate sits crouched on a lioard
floor raised a few inches from the ground.
It is hard to tell whether the elevation is
made to socuro him from dampness or to
facilitate an inspection of tho premises by
those hoe business it is to see that no
".skinning papers" are used. The candi
date's lnxly is pinioned to the back of the
cell by a sort of sewing lioard which slides
in like a shelf a;uinst his stomach. Th
is used as a table. These cells are urrangetl
in Ion? tiers with a giianl.an at each end to
t-ee that no communication takes place
between the aspirant and the outside
world. At the ends of these alleys stand
largo jars of water and caldrons in which
the food is cooked which tho guardians
supply to tliem. No one is allowed to
leave his cell until his examination papers
are completed. These examinations last
as long as the candidate can endure the
discomfort of his position often for sev
eral days. In the midst of these dreary
little prison alleys is a handsomely carved
pavilion, where sit the chief examiners
and high officials, and where the determi
nations arere.iched that make or unmake
the Cliinesw office seeker.
inr.F.nEF.MABLY cor.nrrr.
Pretty much every well informed resi
dent tells me that the Chinese officials as
a class are irredeemably corrupt, and that
none but rich men can uffortl to be man
darins The way this paradox is made to
harmonize is somewhat as follows: The
rich Chinaman who wants to become a
mandarin comes to Pekin some weeks bo
fore the examination commences. He
wants to look nlnmt; to post himself as to
the examiners ho Uto have, and above all
select his "substitute," who is a scholar
ly but Impecunious individual vwho loans
his services to rich but brainless candl-1
dates for mandarinshlp. Bargains in
China uro of slow making, and torn work
so delicate as this unusual time is needed.
There were ou the steamer coming up the
Yellow sea with me a number of officials
on their way to an examination that was
not to take place for several mouths. Be
fore entering the examination hall the rich
candidate and the scholarly but impecun
ious substitute exchanged names. When
the papers are handed in the rich man
has sigued the poor man's name to a
slovenly piece of work while the impecun
ious party has given the credit of hii
masterly manuscript to a wealthy patron.
When the names of the successful candi
dates are announced our wealthy knave
takes his diploma while our poor but
equally kuat ish scholar takes the bribe
that is to support him until another
wealthy candidate turns up. 1
One would think that a man could not t
long carry on a profession of this nature, j
So those think who do not know the rami-1
-cations of corruption in China. The
great crowd that goes into one examina
tion facilitates any one's sinking his iden-
tity. The question occurred to me at
once: If this poor devil should pass a ,
mandarin's examination, why did he not 1
"sell out" his patron and take the office?
The answer I received from the knowing 1
was that the getting to lie a mandarin was i
a small matter compared to holding your-
celf in power after you ouce get there, nnd 1
that the substitute in Pekin was, in view
of his means, doing a very wise thing in
remaining where he was. Of course there
are numberless wavs of cheating in ex-1
aminations. Chinese "skinning papers"
that I have seen are marvels of line work
which one might expect of a people who
have brought the art of deception to a
degree of perfection hitherto undreamed
of. Outing.
"Hourcn ON RAT8,"
fl nt , ,(,. aj-ti,.. e' ant. IiaA.
bugs, beetlesTintects, skunks, Jack rabbit, ;
panviH ., gup eia, wiu ,u juic. - r ug is.
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lief, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunions. 15c
"Rough on Itch" cures skin humor, rnp
tlons, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosts
feet, chilblains, itch. Ivy poison, barber's Itch.
50c Druggists ormall. E. S. Wells, Jersey City.
Correcta offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases ; also unequaUed as
Crjefordipherl,soretroat,foul breath. SDc
I contracted malaria in the swamps of
Louisiana while working for the telegraph
company, and used ev ery kind of medicine
I could hear of without relief. I at last
succeeded in breaking the fever, but it cost
me over 5100.00, and then my sy stem vv as
prostrated and saturated witli malarial
jKiison and I became almost helpless. I
finally came here, my mouth so tilled with
sores that I could scarcely eat. aud my
tongue raw and tilled with little knots.
Various remedies were resorted to without
effect. I bonght two bottles of B. B. B.
and it has cured and strengthened me. All
sores of my mouth are healed and my
tongue entirely clear of knots and soreness,
and 1 leel like a new man,
Jackson, Teun., April 20, 18S6.
A F. BltlTTOS.
A Most Remarkable Case of
Scrofula and Rheumatism.
I have a little boy twelve years old, whose
knees have been drawn almost double and
his joints are perfectly stiff, and has been
in this condition three years, unable to
walk. During that time the medical board
of Loudon county examined him and pro
nounced the disease scrofula and prescribed,
but no benefit ever derived. I then used a
much advertised preparation without bene
fit. Three w eeks ago he became perfectly
helpless and suffered dreadfully.
A friend who had used B. B. B. advised
its use. He has used one bottle and all
pain has ceased and he can now walk. This
lias been pronounced a most wonderful
action, as his complaint had baffled every
thing. 1 shall continue to use it on him.
Mns Emma (iitiFFmis.
U.siTiA. Tenn., March , 1SS0.
Having tested B. B. B. and found It to be
all that is claimed for it I commend it to
any and every one suffering from blood
1 poison. It has done me more good for less
1 money and In a shorter space of time than
any blood purifier I have used. I owe the
comfort of my life to Its use, for I have
1 been troubled with a severe form of blood
1 iKiison for 5 or 0 v ears and found no relief
equal to tiiat .Iveii by the use of B. B. B.
W. C. McHacii-T.
Webb City, Ark., May 3, 18s6.
All who desire full information about the
cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula
and Scrofulous Swellings, Ulcers, Sores,
Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh,
etc., can secure by mail, free, a copy of our
32-page Illustiated Book of Wonders, filled
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W ifROYALfi.'-. 2,
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It. strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot
be sold In competition wlththe multitude or
low test, short weight alum or phosphate pow
dsvrs. -(?-. Roth. lUsianPownsa
n.loWalInt T v
Value of nlark lllrrh.
The price of black birch of the best
quality has recently gone up from $7 to
jtK) per 1.000 The extraordinary advance
is duo to the discovery fiat boards cut
ont of the first logs nre susceptible to a
very high polish and can be used for al
most any purpose hitherto exclusively re
served for mahogany, which is worth
about fiV) per 1.000 The advance has
been expedited by the discovery that the
best black walnut is giving out. Black
walnut from Arkansas and the south is
so porous that it is of very little use in
furniture making
The best black birch is found almost ex
clusiv.ly on the barren copper ore regions
betwec 1 Milwaukee and Ashland, where
all other timber is stunted in g owth and
very poor Here boards out of the butt
cut quickly assume a beautiful red tint
on being exposed to the atmosphere and
can b polished up to a great degree of
fineness. The prico will soon fall to 0
or $0 1 per 1 ,000, as a railroad is being laid
right through the v ery inaccessible region
where it grows, and the high prices hare
tempted several men to open out sawmills.
Red beech has also advanced in price v ery
rapidly It could be bought up to recent- 1
ly in Indiana and Olio for tho bare cost '
of sawing, but now it is worth $o'0 per
1.000. Capt. Charles II. Tyler in Globe
3v nVo vO . Blood Elixir Is the only
Ti.tv,. BIood R,-- guaran.
teed. It is a positire cure for Ulcers, Erop-
tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
Frank II. Coulen , corner Market ai d
High streets. .
"1 am Iivine; in a neighborhood surround
ed with Diphtheria and wan attacked with
Ulcerated Iore Throat. I at once com
inenenced to use Darbys Prophj lactic Fluid,
diluted about one half, as a gargle, when
great clots of hard membrane and mucous
came from mv throat, and the attack p-ssr-u
olf. 1 am atlsfied of its efficacy as a pre
ventive and cure for DiplitiHri-." W. P
WooDW-iiii, Frakford, Pa.
IMPOTE.N'CY in Van erWonuncuredbv
(iilmore's Aromatic Wine. Fur sale by
Theo. Troupe. ilnigK-L
There is no one article in the line of med
Iclnes that gjves so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and Bella
onus Bickache rjasiers. 47r
They are looking for you everywhere.
Drafts of air III unexpected places, going
from hot rooms to cool ones, carelessness in
exchanging clothing: In short, any thine
which ends in a "common cold in the
the head." Unlrvs arrested, this kind of
cold hecomes seated 111 the aiucous mem
brane of the head. Then it U catarrh. In
any and all its stages this disease alvvavs
yields to Ely's Cream Balm. Safe, agree
able, certain. Price, fifty cents.
-The Derll nnd tho Deep .Sa."
The old story of the poor soul who was
caught betvv een "The devil and the deep
sea," gets a new illustration from the deal
ing of doctors and drugs with malaria. The
story Is soon told: "My daughter," said a
lady, "had been struggling with malaria fur
lour years. She was all the time out of
health poor appetite, disordered digestion,
pale earthy color, pain in the head, limbs
and back, and every now and then a right
hard chill, followed by fever. Then we
would send fur our doctor and he would
prescribe quinine, just as he did from the
first aud so kept doing all along until the
name of quinine sounds like the tolling of
the belL Clearly betvv een the two, her
health was being ruined and her very life in
peril. She was really between The devil
and the deep sea.' Sometimes the name is
varied, and it is called some other ine' in
place of quinine, but it Is all the same the
old firm with a new sign. In this dilema a
lady friend said: 'Why not try Humph
rey's Homeopathic Specifics, Nos. Ten and
"Sixteen.' I tried them. They were a suc
cess from the first, and not only cured the
malana, but restored her to perfect health,
and left uo trace of disease or drug pol
Consumption Cured.
An old physician, retired from practice,
hav ing had placed in his hands by an East
India missionary' the formula of a simple
vegetable remedy for the speedy and per
manent cure of Consumption, Bronchitis,
Catarrh. Asthma and all throat and lung
affections, also a positive and radical cure
for Nerv ous Debility and all Nervous Com
plaints, after hav ing tested its wonderful
curative povv ers In thousands of cases, ha
felt it his duty to make It known to his
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, French or En
lish. with full directions for preparing anil
using. Sent by mall by addressing witl
stamp, naming this paper, W. A. Nojes,
141) Power's Block. Rochester. N. T.
Children Starving to Death
On account of their inability to digest food,
will line! a most marvelous food and remedy
in Scott's Emulsion. Very palatable and
easily digested. Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Wa
co, Teas. sajs: "1 have used your Emul
sion in Infantile wasting. It not only re
stores wasted tissues, but gives strength
and increases the apjietite."
Adrlce to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
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years with never-failing success by millions
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It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
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and wind colic By giving health to the
child It rf"Uthmnthir Price. W"hnttl,
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The newspapers of Great Britain are
filled with accounts of the wonderful re
covery of a young man who had been so ill
with asthma and rheumatism that he could
not lie dow n in a bed for nine long j ears.
This cure was due to the Shakers of Mount
Lebanon, N. Y. They say that this like
nearly all others, was the result of Indi
gestion, and that the Shaker Extract of
Roots (Slegel's Syrup) effected this wonder
ful cure by restoring the digestive orgvis to
a healthy condition, obviatiiigentirely those
disagreeable turns of sick headache,
bllliousness, Ac. The Shakers say they
have spent fifty j-ears In perfecting this
remedy for Dyspepsia, and that its effects
onqri the. !If ci-va rgaas Is something
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This medicine, combining Iron with pore
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Cures Orspepsl Indlceatlon, Weakness.
Irapira lIlMd, 3Ial-riatlfc!Ila-nd Fereni,
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It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho
KMoeya and l.lrer.
It Is Invaluable for Dlscnpcs peculiar to
Women, and all who lead fredentary lives.
1 1 does not inj ure the teet h, cause headache.or
produce constliatlon of An Iron meduinn do
It enriches ami purifies the blood, stimulate
the appetite, aids the arlniilallon of food, re
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ens the muscles and nerves.
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Paul rtert's Srlentlfle Courag.
A striking anecdote of M. Paul Bert's
latrepedity as n savant is related by one
who, owing to his connection with the
hospital at the time, is in a position to
vouch for its authenticity in every par
ticular. Some years ago he visited Hnvro
while a severe epidemic of smallpox was
raging in that port. Noticing on his
return to Paris that the mortality was
daily on the Increase he began to enter
tain doubt-i as to the efficacy of vaccina
tion as a prophylactic, and resolved to
solve the problem to his own satisfaction
by experiments on his own person. He
accordingly got himself vaccinated, and,
going a fortnight nftcrwnrd to the Charite
hospital, he courageously had himself
inoculated with the virus of a man who
was dyms of tae smallpox. No ill effects
having res died frum this terrible experi
ment M. Paul Bert was completely won
over to the cause of vaccination, which
throughout tho remainderof his life had
no warmer supporter. It is characteristic
of the savant that he never broathed a
word about this to anyone, evidently re
garding the trial to which he had sub
jected himself nnd the fearful nsk which
ho had run as a commonplace episode In
the career of a votary of science. Paris
Cor. London Telegraph.
A New York Lodging House
Mr. Solomons, president of the commit
tee on lodging house, which was founded
over a year no at 9 Doyers street as n
model lodging houso has become self
supporting. Every lodger is required to
take a bath an I wear a night shirt pro
vided by the Sanitary Aid society. A
clerk has been added to the establishment,
and he cries "Front" to bell boys, just as
they do in a hotel. A bed costs 10 cents
Attached to tho lodging house is a restau
rant, whore a liowl of coffee, u Hambur
ger steak and bread may bo hi d for 10
cents Tho lodging house was established
by the society with tho hope of persuad
ing charitablo societies in the city to es
tablish them In all of the thickly settled
wards. An auxiliary committee of ladies
Is now organizing under the auspices of
the Sanitary Aid society with the view of
providing one or moro similar lodging
houses for women. New York Sun.
Portrait ot Jefferson.
Mr. Andrews, tho artist, who has seven
pictures hanging in the White House, has
just returned to Washington from Paris.
Congress -.vill probably purchase this
winter Mr. Andrews' picture of President
Jcff.-rson. The face for this excellent
portrait was taken partly from Stuart's
picture and partly from a medallion in
the possession of Jefferson's granddaugh
ter, Mrs. Meikelham. The costume was
designed by u noted cos turner of this city.
New York World.
5-vrvw.P the Children. They are es-OVXVV-'
pecially liable to sudden
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etc. Wo guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
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Cleansed, Purified and Beaa'ifleu
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For cleansing the skin and scalp ot disfigur
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Innimmatlon. for curing the first symptoms f
eexema, psoriasis, milk crust, scaly head,
srrofnla, and other Inherited skin and blood
diseases. Crricrn. the great skin cure, and
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externally, and CencrhA 11r.soltkxt, the new
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I have suffered all mr life with sklndlseases
of different kinds, and hare never found per
manent relief, until, by the adrlce of a ladj
faiend. 1 used yoor raluable Cuticcsa Rims
nits. Igare them a thorough trial, using sit
bottles of the Ccriccaa RtsoLrrsr. two boxes
of fr cra and seven cakesof Ccncrti ur
and the result was inst hat I had been told It
w. uld be a eermptete nre
HKI.LK 'VADK. Richmond. Va.
Reference. U V. Latimer. Druggist. Rich
mond, Va
I was tmuhled with salt rheum fora number
of years, so that the skin entirely came aff one
of mr hands from th fincer tins to the wrist.
I tried p-mrtiles nd doctors' presrrlptlousto
no purpose until I commenced UklngtcTiccaA
Ri-idixs, and now I am entirely cored
E T P4.1KER.
379 Northampton street. Boston.
Hare sold a nnantltr of rour Cutleura remr-
dles One of my customers. Mrs lienrrKtntz.
who had tetter on hr hands to such an exteni
as to canse the skin to peel off. and for elgh'
veirs she suffered greatly, was completely
cured by the use of rour medicines
u. .n. . . unugist. Canton, u.
For the last year I hare had s species of Itch
ing scalv and pimply humors on my face, lo
which I have applied a great many methods of
treatment wlth'Ut success, and which was
speedllyand entirely eur-i hrOrrirm.
Mas ISA vC PHELPS Rarenna.O.
We hare sold your Cutlcnra remedies fnrtlie
last six rears, and no medicines on nnrh,tvi.s
gtre Ketter satisfaction.
C K. ATlIKruN, Druggist. Albany. N. Y.
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Soir.-icents Prepared by the Pottus Duo
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'How to rnre Skin Diseases "
nT)TTTC PlmpIes.SklnB!eml'hes.andTtaby
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Catarrh to Consumption.
Catarrh In Its destrnctlve force stands next
to and undoubtedly leads onto consumption.
It Is therefore singular that those afflicted
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the object of their lives to rid themselre" of it
Deceptive remedies concocted by Ignorant
pretenders to medical knowledge bare weak
ened the eonfld-nee of the great majority of
sufferers In all advertised remedies. They be
come resigned to a life of misery rather than
torture themselves with doubtful palliatives.
lint this will nerer do. Catarrh must be met
at everr staee and combated with u nor mi,M
' In many cases the disease has assumed dan
gerous symptoms. The bones and cartilage of
the nose, the organs of hearing, of seeing and
of tasting so affected as to be useless, the uvula
I so elongated, the throat so Inflamed and Irrl
tated as to prodnce a constant and distressing
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Work That Calls for Careful Judgment
and Much Artistic Skill Painting: a
Caralry Ofnrer Curlo.lty of Visitors.
An Old Lady.
When a battle panorama or cyclorama
is to lie set up the material for the fore
ground is always prepared before the re
ceipt of the picture The chief artist and
the mechanical constructor have superin
tended the construction of the platforms,
following the irregular line indicated both
on the first Irawing and the panorama.
All the lumber that is used is treated
with a composition of silicate, to keep out
moisture and to make it fireproof. Hun
dreds of loads of earth have been carted
into the building; quantities of lumber,
trees both living and dead, together with
, a collection of fence mils, bushes, sods,
1 logs, sand and a variety of camp equipage
nre piled nlut ready for use. The plat
forms are the groundwork for the earth
and sod, which are very skillfully joined
to thcirpainted semblances on the canvas;
bushes and trees are planted; earthworks
and log camps nrj built; everything is
done with careful intent to make the
foreground and painting appear as one
whole landscape, nnd so to join the two
in meaniug and color as tomako it nearly
Impossible for a spectator to determine at
any point which is the real and which
tho painted scene.
This work calls for very careful judg
ment, as it is necessary to settle the exact
relation in size which real objects shall
hear to those in the painting An ordi
nary hat or cap placed upon the fore
ground near the canvas would seem pro
digious, though the same hat thrown on
the ground near the platform occupied
by the spectator would not attract notice.
n'he entire foreground must therefore be
arranged to aid the perspective of the
painting, so that when the panorama Is
rcaily fur exhibition even the artist who
has constantly labored to attain that very
result finds difficulty In realizing that the
i:euo spread before him is painted
upon canvas which hangs vertically but
forty feet distant from his eye.
Tho central platform is of course the
standpoint from which visitors will view
the panorama and therefore the artists
are obliged to go to it frequently as the
painting nenrs completion in order to ob
serve the effect and progress of their
work. The floor of the platform is chalked
1 and rechalked with diagrams, some re
I ferring to the panorama lbtelf, but more
' toillustrateoccurrencesupon other fields.
The strong pine rail surrounding the plat
form Is penciled all over with kiudred
decorations while scraps of paper on
which are memoranda of incidents and a
variety of data, as well us names and ad
dresses, are pinned to the convenient tim
ber with thumb tacks.
I The artists paint steadily, every Individ
ual being mainly occupied in perfecting
his own work, though never w-3itating
I to ask or extend aid in ssme special direc
tion. One artist, for instance, has an ex
cellent figure nf a mounted officer, all com
plete exceplmgthe portrait, aphotograph
I for which is pinned to the canvas. While
1 this nrtist goes to strengthen a line of
' battle another one will rapidly paint in
j an admirable portrait for the incomplete
figure. Soon another brush Is busy with
! the horse, while still another artist calls
for some special (addle and bridle to be
brought to the platform that he may
paint the trappings.
Now look at the back of tho photograph
which Is pinned to the canvas- - faded
, carte de visite of a young officer, upon a
slip of paper we read the following "CoL
K., now on Gen. Sheridan's staff, then
captain. Gen. Thomas staff, IHr (mean
I Ing the section H, square 47, of the pano
rama); "French cap. blouse, captain s
straps stair dark bine trowsers, gold
cord, cavalry staff sword, McClellan sad
dle; shabrack black horse, see sketch."
This Instance will give an idea of the
way in which facts are preserved when a
panorama is painted by artists who con
scientiously strive to make of the work a
great historical painting.
Th question is frequently asked:
"What paints do the artists use in paint
ing the battle panoramas" Only colors
of the best quality are used, such as are
used by an urtist in his work upon a fine
oil painting The color is of course pur
chased in very larre quantities, as an in
stance, for the panorama in which I was
interested the rich yellowish paint known
as cadmium cost $200, and was contained
In four tin cans, each the size of an ordi
nary peach can.
The curiosity of Tlsitors to the various
great battlo panoramas seems to have no
end. Msny suspect that an Immense
plate of glass is placed between the spec
tator and the canvas; and some persons
have even thrown objects with sufficient
force to go thrice tho distance from the
platform to the canvas for the purpose,
as they said, of testing the gloss. Of
course there Is no glass nor any other
means of deception thau the simple ar
rangement here described. The largest
figures on the canvas are between three
aud four feet high, though they seem to
be full life size.
A certain inquisitive old lady visiting
one of the earliest of these panoramas
"The Mattle of Sedan" -helped herself
over the platform rail by means of con
venient chairs ac I trotted down au earth
road leading front the platform to the
canvas, where alongside the painted
figures she looked like Gulliver's wife
among the Lilliputians. "Why! Oh,
my!" she exclaimed, "look at these dear
little men1 They are only so big!" hold
ing up her parasol near a painted group
of German soldiers which looked like
dwarfs beside her. Great laughter greeted
her return to the platform, where she re
marked: "Oh, my! how they do grow
when jou get bock, away from them 1"
And this is the whole secret of the effect
produced upou the sjiectator. Theodore
It. Davis in St- Nicholas.
. nar.lt Criticism or r.tti.
The harshest criticism that I have ever
hea:d of Patti was uttered recently by a
man who has probably heard her on
mor. than half the occasions that she has
sung In this city for twenty years back.
I had quoted a remark of hers in a recent
interview to the effect that the diva could
not sea how German opera could ever
supplant the soft melodies of the Italian
school. To which the reply from my
friend came: "Well, if the Italian open
had to depend on its Pattis for support it
would boon become what is called a chest
nut. Do you know that Patti has not
created a single part in over twenty years'
I don't think she has sung a new song in
ten years. She has made absolutely no
experiments nt all in new peras. Thero
Save been several occasions when she
tonld have saved CoL Mapleson's season
oy appearing in a new role, but she would
never consent to it. For her own reputa
tion, of course, that is the wise course to
tako, but for Italian opera well, we have
lone now, and that is one of the causes."
New York Mail and Express.
nigge.t Man In the Array.
Lieut. John P. Finley, who has been
stationed in New York city to forecast the
weather for the ships, is a young Hercules
in build. His home Is in Ypsilanti, Mich.,
where his parents reside and where he
was bora and brought up. He is in phys
ical dimension the biggest man in the
American army. He has a large head
and a slight, blonde mustache. For many
years he has been Gen. Hazen's right
hand man at Washington, and what he
doesn't know about predicting tornadoes
is not worth knowing. He says predict
ing tornadoes is a science; that the people
can be warned by means of flag signals.
He lectures frequently before scientific
societies, and one day will be blessed by
the tornado countries for being tho means
of forewarning them that a tornado Is ap
proaching. Detroit Free Press.
A Wonderful Appetite.
"You see," said an English gentleman
who was hnmlling his dinner with a
wonderful appetite to a Scotchman din
ing at the same table, "I take a great deal
of butter to my fish." "Ay," said ths
Eco'chman, "an' -deevlish deal ' f U
your IratLtr, togl"
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th beat" with m da II sensation In tho
hack rv-J?aUi notler the ahoalder
tila F-Ursss aftr eatinr. with adls
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InitablHtyoftemper, Low spirits, with
afeellccofbRTln. neilectcd somod-tr.
Weariness, Dizziness, Flntterlnr at tha
Heart Dota before the eres. Headache
Tor the rlzbt ere Best 1 ess n ess, with
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TUTTS PI are especially adapted
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lAevcwn. sra D, ., Pitoors Shmn and
Ctiat. or Ct in ant N.wpesna.
Fwnnivmc ts R..eoNiai ' Panties
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I The H. P. Hubbard Co.,
! Suecrarar ittKP HUBBARD,
Judicious lifrgrtisi.g lg8Bls and Experts,
j EKAb.M4 1871. Riaypt -d 1SJ5,
! New Haven. Conn.
J''Oun 200 Paoc Cataioavi or L imm.
! M.wesi . Scnt Fn on Anshahon.
Ths only perfect substitute for Mother's
nL11!-. JT--hie in Cholera Infantum
- Teeth!na a pr-U,j.std food for Dys
Peptlcss. Consumptives ConvaTescents.
Psrrfsct nutrtaat la all Wastlnr Dlseases.
-Uqtrs no cooking. Our Book. The Cora
and Feeding; of I nfarts,t-u-d ..
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CIAJr10.IT colo.mti
ciaukjo.it cojlo.wi
AtwvH.Q-tter.rylidaj a tit !t 9 years. On
Ti.le ealy J- nwnti-i U, hu 4V star.-. S bouts,
1 cnrtes, vco4. ir.wapr, raetory. lounrlrr. 4
tsxbo-U,-Ui-ua--l.aJi-i,r. Ld rpltJy
aTa-in. S J, tend, en by all nran. Mud
forcircal.rs wlia 4 inapt. SS r-MircranoK cuts of
boot, all aboflt t wonderful erowth f our col
ony. lu -mlUiauAr-una,b-iDC-uprsa.titQltl.
health, prtc-- tern, and ttotrdf.iliK- r fcj .,
Farms fur 134 n i-Kmtl-ly Id-UH-mms t tlao
hTlgmplrymsat.-l(tvv-t teat-inr U-etr-UiiaUon.
Sail every Saturday from Sew Tor- to
Glasgow and Londonderry.
Bates of passage to r from Ane Terk, GUrt,
ttmo. N-.g.Ty Jtfut.
CABIXS. 3 and s. SZC05D CLAPS, -
Steerage outward or prepaid. -0.
A&c-ior Line drafts Issued at Lowest Rate are
yald free of charge In Sogland. Scot
land and Ireland.
Fer Books f Tours. Ticket or other Inf onu-
.New York; erJ.-CS-tTTH. 22X Main street.
VTAST D a centleman of energy, experience
and acqaalntance. In each county of Ohio, a
Agent for Applegate'a Kleetrio llarartiur
Aiorm Matting. No capital but best of ref
erences required. Absolute control alien.
Unexcelled opportunity to build up a lucrative.
Electrical Kusines. in connection- Corres
pondence solicited
Clereland Kleetrlc Mattlnr Co..
Room I. National Bank Balldlng,
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A gr t hnpn Knent over th. old atytak Prereot.
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ToulsteeL Car.fnllTUTBp.rMl. For bylt ara-r-sbNlen.
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DOUBLE " 10.00
Price .n.thers.od. la proportion.
or.H aoiiD to mnooT ciose.
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Car. Cbestant and Klglit- Sts.
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Foraebeek for fwe will orlnt a ten-line
advertlsemeut In One illlllou Issues of leadlnz
tmerle n .Nsw.papers This Is at the rate of
nly one-fifth ot a cent a line (or IJW Circula
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