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REPTJBLTC, FRIDAY EVENING MAY 0 1887.
Kw A III -
EPi:rsKI FUKK larcf TV. bottle.
biterptnk. (or 51 ". To many point. 1 boi
tie lor 7-c. Try your lrui;i:it fint l limed
nrrure (nun olM'rvatton. - Champu !. Jlro.
1. S, Mention tuis paper.
Can only le iir"on-l by tcepinj the
soalp cltin, c.Mil, anil frvo fruui lau
drulT, ainl tlia Uuly in a lu-althful
comlilion. Tlie preit jopulanty ol
Ajit's. Hair Visor is due to the fact
that it cU'aucs the (.calp. irouioti' tlie
CroHtli of the hair. iretrtita it from
fallinj; out. arl pves it that soft aii
sUkyi;IisMorntiaI to irfr-t Iwauty.
Krrlerick Haniy, of Ituxhun, JIa'-.
a centlrtuan fifty years of ae, "a fa-t
Ionium his hair, and what reiuaiuitl was
growing ijray. After trying varitms
dressings with no tnVrt, lie eoiinneiKHil
tlie uso f Ajer's Hair Vigor. "It
MoHsl the tailing out," he WTites :
"ami, to my great surprise, converted
my ulnte hair uithout staining the
si'alp) to Vie tame thaJt uf bruirn it
hod when I wus 25 years of age.
Ten Years Younger.
Mrs. Mary Montgomery, of Jto.ton,
write: Kor years, I wa- eouiitelled
to wear n dress rap to conceal a lald
fejHit on the crown of my head ; Imt now
I gladly lay the cap aside, for your Hair
Vigor i bringing out a jew growth. I
could hardly trust lny sense when I
irt found iny liair growing ; bat there
it is, and I am dclfghted. look ten
A similar result attended thfl ue of
Ayer's Hair Vigor by Mrs. O. O. l'res
cott, of Charletown, Mass., Miss llessie
II. Iieilloe, of liurlington, Vt., Mrs. J. J.
llurtou, of Baugor, le., aud numerous
The loss of hair may he owing to im
purity of the blood or derangement of
the stomach and lher. in which case.
a course of Ayer's S.irsaparilla or of
Aycr! I'ills, in counts lion with the
Vigor, may lie necessjrv to gie hi-aith
anil tone to all the functions of the
liody. At the same time, it cannot le
too stmngly urge.1 that none of these
remedies can do mu h gtssl without
a jiersevenng trial and strii t attention
to cleanly and tcmierate habits.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Freparisi tr Ir 4 C tjer .V. Ca Ixiril, J.
boiJ by lrustnu and lVrf uuier..
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mI lkv BKs
About twenty yuan ago X dboorered a tittle
poreon mjcnctk, nuJ the doctors pronounced
UcitXiCtT Ibavetriedanumlirrof plijclclans,
Imt v ltbou: tvcclTlns any XHTnianent bent-fit,
Tbs? tm-siilno they appUfd waa lite lire to the
tore, cautlsclurnso jln. I saw a st&xexnput
In the papers ttllin'w tatS. S. S. Lad done for
others similarly aSUcted. I iTtxninHl sonic at
oucc. Ihftm I bad ut-ed the F-cund bottle the
iielblwrt could t.oitc1 that my cancer iai
healln&xip. My crneral health had been bad
for two or three years X had a hacking cough
and spit blood continually. X had a severe
.aln la my breast. AfWr taking six lottles of
S. Sw S. my rtih left me and I grew Uouter
than I had N-. a for w en.1 j ar. My cancer
luuibeal.-d t.rall buta little tjut about the
ulif .f baifUii!te, anJlt Is rapidly 2UapiMar
inff. I touldal.ueery 4'iiirttaucrrlo
gUvtx . S. a rtir trial.
Ma. NA.NCY J. McCONAUtiHEV,
A-h Orove, TlpprcauoeCo lad.
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Fwirt'B Fje Ine ! entirely vefeUble, and
teems b cure cane, rs ! lorcnH:ttllmpa
ritW from t.t 11---1 TrtuUMiourJuodaud
tJJu IMsNtf tuult '1 f n-se.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
JlliAUl'.lt 3, ATLANTA. IIA.
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
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1GER0XIM0 AT EASE.
THE APACHE CHIEF WRITES A
LETTER TO HIS FAMILY.
The Captlrr Indian llrarei at Tort l'lck
eoNilrhn and Muncu. Itatfoua fur
th NoinadJuiet, Sulou.4Ue, Tract
able and Imln.triout.
With ttro exceptions all thp captives are
under size. The epidermis dark brown al
most black in some, tlie hair long, black.
l'rfectly htmight, and fantastically liound by
knotx and handkercliK'f nliout tho head; eyes
small, keen, and black as jet: faco braid and
features shaq; luntuls and feet sufiiciently
small to sati.fr a Vera D Ven, and lxly
thin and lithe a that of tho mountain lion;
facial expression .mister, furtive and cunning
as tsvoincs tfcnr ist environment Five
months of contact with Wrilisition have de-veloj-Al
latent .vvsi!iilities, of which their
reasonably neat and clean appearance is an
Three of the seventeen merit, or demerit,
sis-ial notice. These are. Geronimo, Xatchei
and Mangus. The former is not, as is jiopu
larly supjose.1, tho henslitary chief of his
tribe. Ijke Sitting Bull, ho is a medicine
man, and like him a chief by selection. Head
and brain of his clansmen, his influence over
them is unlunded. Short nnd stout of figure,
with large stpiare bead, high slanting fore-
ueaa, nooseu nose, jiieixMng restless eyes,
Ethiopean skin and hand of feminine size and
softness, he exhibits some amiable weaknesses
hardly in keeping w ith hi reputed f ondnis
for "her " Ilarcly does a vLsitant escaiwfrom
his iiroximity without ie.-ateil liamUhaking,
that may or may not imply an invitation to
call again. How old he is be doesn't know,
but he does know that thirty -two jears bavo
passed away kinco he married his ilrst w ife.
If this event oecumsl -t the sto of is wUi
AimHw limTM csnemllv msrrv li.t miikt ii.nv- '
be about !A lieroiiimo is a much married
man, havirg gone through the nuptial cere
mony no Ie-s than five times. Two of hU
wives are now prisoners at St Augustine.
The hope of seeing them again is a jsowerf ul
incentive to mliordination and prompt otiedi-
ence. He and his companions out to be devot-!
ed husbands and iarents if conduct lw in con-
cord with tho tender completions regularly
transmitted from Fort Pickens to Fort
ilanon. The following i a copy of onoof
Ceronimo's letters to his two wiusand son
and daughter, dictated of course.
-My Hear Wives, Faith-si-es-la and Tone, and
my son and daughter:
"Are you at Fort Marion? If so how do
you like it therof Hare you plenty to eat,
and do you sleep and dnnk well! Send mo a
letter and tell me all tho news. I aip very
well satisfied here, but if I only had you w ith
me again w ould lie more so. I work every
day, except Sundays. It is very healthy to
wori. My work is not hard. It consisis of
boemg and raking in and around the fort It
seems to me the Great Father and f od are
v-ry closely united. I do hope he will let us
see one another soon. As suro as tho treel
bud and bloom in the spring, so sure is m;
hope of seeing you again. Talking by papc.
is very good, but when you ee one's lij
move ana hear their voico it is much better.
I saw Ueu. Miles. heard him sr.eak-.and looke.1
into his ye, nnd belieed what ho told me,
and I still think be will keep bis word. He
told me that I would seo you soon, also sea a
fine country and lots of people. Ths people
... J . , , , . .
and the country 1 bavo soen, but ii"t 3011.
TU uu rises and sets here just the same
as in our country, but the water here
is salt The government I' goo.1, and does ,
not like to see the Indian imposed on. It has '
pvenus Miits, coats with pockets on and '
Ment ...! so,, in tiM .n. liM.t T 'la-. I
JiusowelL Vhen I get your letter I will
tbink rrell over it. I hope you think the um
of me as I do of you. I think you ha vo influ
ence with the sun, moon and stars. If the
government would only give us a reservation.
so we could support ourselves oV wouldn't
IttwflneF We aro at peace now, and by
God's help will remain so. There are seven-
t.n of us bere.aud not one thinksoracts
lad. Everybody is well and contented.
Chattels a lad man, and has caused dots
of trouble. His tongue is Ilk. tho rattle-
snakef orked. Do not let him bear a won!
of thisletter. Do what is right, 110 matter
how you may seller, n nto to me soon a
long letter. Your husband, Geroxiho."
TCntcher tliA tni lvpi-eitij.rTT ehi.f i. n flna
specimen of Indian manhood, over six feet tVO, tae Children. They are es
high, erect, well projsirtioned, grave and dig- pecially liable to sudden
nined under his weight of .TO years. The rest Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough.
of the lnd treat him with pronounced re- etC We guarantee Acker's English
sped. His words are few, and his dislike of Kemedj a positive cure. It saves
that fierce light which beats upon royalty of hoara of anxious watchinj. Sold by
all grades most emphatic. Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Mangus is an intractabls savage. His arm High streets.
is still in bandages from tho effects of injury 1
received while on his way to Pensacola. 1 A strike has closed up the Star Glass
TVben Hearing that citv, at the rate of forty
miles an hour, .alangu suddenly sprang
through the car window and was stunned by
sudden collision with the ground, llegaining
consciousness simultaneously with recapture,
he was put in irons until ths final destination
was reached. Then, to his great joy the
handcuffs were removed.
Rations fob the soxads.
Two dingy old casements in the interior of
the fort each containing a large open fire
place, furnish comfortable accommodations
to these uncomfortable nomails. Here pro
visions, consisting of the ivgular armv ra
tions, are prepared bv an Indian cook as
signed to that duty. Salt rk is infinitely
lew to their ta&tA thsn fresh tHM.f mii.1 ,c
cooked bv frying, after first soakmg and lioil- I
ing out all tho brine. Fresh fish, w Inch Pen
sacola bay supplies in choicest v anety, is still
less relished, but is slowly coming into use.
Clad iu soldiers' fatigue suits, the prisoners
are much more presentable than when at
tired in indigenous costume. Several have
found or been presented with old broad
brimmed hats. But high topped shoes
constitute their escial xanity. Mangus
evidently prefers his to the time honoiej
moccasin, and blacks them about four tiiscs
Glad to be lieyond the reach of Arizona
justice, every meinlier of the land is quiet.
sunmissive, tractable and industrious, rshov el,
rate, saw aud ax have already become fa
miliar tools. Tho wheelbarrow proved to lw
as intractable, at first, in the hands of Gero
nimo us a bucking lironcuo in tnoseol a
metrojiolitau dude; but he is said to have
achieved complete triumph ovur the singular
implement. The dexterous graco with which
he swings tho sounding ux is not exceeded by
that with which he was wont to Hiug. the
tomahawk, work as x"et Is simply amuse
ment. No mure fantastic toilets than these
willing Apache warnovs can be found iu all
the sunny south. One of tho undistinguished
braves evinces consioerable artistic abilitv
and delights 111 making colored sketches of
me sergeant 01 tl.e gusru.
Observers nnd it ditncult to regard the i:ris-
ouers as criuuiials wortLy of dsith. Visitors
cordially shake them bv the hand and w ish to
possess photogra(ihs of the group. Bribery is
often necessary to ov ercoine objections to tho
camera. Mangus is tho only "Bill ku" among
the numlter. The hsntir inwseasor of an old
blouse with captain's shoulder strajis, he is
moro than "willin" at every opportunity.
Mr. George ration, the interpreter, who
has siient twentv sears iu .ontact with th
Apaches, understands their language er-
fectly. and exerts a ponerlul bcueticent in
fluence over them. To him is largely duo
whatever progress tliey have made. Fort
Ptckens ilia.. lr. ew lork li'iouue.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup the working
man's friend. You, who have to be put
out in all sorts of weather and can't atlord
to lay by, can not alfonl to lie without Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. Consumption follows
in the wake of a neglected cold.
A special cablegram recounts rumors of
tlie serious ill-health ot Parnell, together
with his retirement from the Irish lead. r-
Flesh wounds and cuts can be healed by
a few applications of Salvation Oil. All
druggists sell it for twenty-live cents a bot
tle. WILL YOlT SVFFF.U with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint'.' Shiloh's Vitalizer
is guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F.
does not refer possible purchasers to hi
viuinis. The Alhlophoros Co. gladly re
fers suuerere from rheumatism, neuralgia,
sciatica, nervous or sic), headache, kidney
and liver complaints to those who hate been
mrnl of these diseases by Alhlophoros, and
Mill furpish names and addresses of many
such lersonsto those desiring them. Atli
lopliorus is the only remedy for these dis
eases that can stand such a test
J. J?. Atchison, Druggist, London, Ohio,
says: "Alhlophoros lias the l-st sale of any
rheumatic medicine I ecrsold. do not
hcfitite in recommending it for rheuma
tism in every instance, as 1 have witnessed
nur.v wonderful cures from its use. 1 could
tiit Iiegin to recollect the many different
urcs it has made, but had I known I
ould ever be asked that question I could
havegivenalitindrcilnamesat lea-t. lean
vniember a few names in the city that were
'jadly aiilictol and owe their cure to Alhlo
phoros, among them being T. J. Houston,
Mrs.W. II. ('. McCoy, Mrs. Martha Ten
ney, John Mitchell, ftoliert I). .Smith, and
M. M. Thomas. These are all well-kno'.tu
citizens, and will confirm all 1 say if yon
Mill call on them." During thiseomcrsa
tion Mr. T. J. Houston hippened in the
store. I'poti being questioned lie said : "I
have been subject to rheumatism for ten
years. 1 hobbled down here withtlie assist
anceof two canes, aud Isiught my tirst Untie
of Alhlophoros. In two hours after 1 hiok
the first dose I came back again to say I
had no further use for the canes. From
that time 1 grew better. After using three
bottles, which is four months ago, I have
beenfiee from rheumatism. My wife has
alsoiiscd it for neuralgia. Its etK-ct with her
was wonderful. It removed tliepjiu almost
F.very druggist should keep Alhloplmmr
and Athlophoros l'ill, but where they .m
Uut be bought of the druggist the Alhlo
phoros Co.. 112 WallSt.,'.e York, il!
send either (carriage paid i on receipt i.l
regular price, which is fl.Ki ier Isitth
for thIophoros and SO.', for Pill-.
For tiler and kidney disease, dss','rt. In
ibjtMum. weakness, nervous debility. iIi'sh
r MOIIC"!!. t.itistlpatloll. lienilsctle. l;ii.un
o.ood. vc, lhtnphun I'ills are tuusiuitleil .
I'mfi-Ssor ( Irtoti, state geologist of Ohio.
says the Indiana gas lields extend mer two
thousand square miles, and at no place near
the center of the lields hae the seekers
failed to find gas in almost unlimited ipian
TJLjAs.sp thatare fretful. peevish.
JVV,VVT' cross, or trouhh-d with
Windy Colic. Teething Paius. or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
henco is safe. Price 25 cents. Sold Lt
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
("has. K. Gaines, a blind man, was con
vict.sl of murder in the second degree at
Ti tin, t.
That Tire. I reeling
Afflicts nearly eieryone in the spring. The
system having become accustomed to the
bracing air of winter, is weakened by the
warm days of tlie changing season, and
"adily yields to attacks of disease. Ilmsl s
S.irsanarilla is just the medicine needed,
It tones and builds up every part of the
..,v. a,,d also exi-ls all impurities from
,,,.,, , !. i, ,i.t.
the IiIimmI. In Ml this season,
In a ipiarrel at .lackson. .Miss., 1:. S.
(i.liulin-ll and Colonel .limes S. Haiiiilton
tired at each othcrsiiiiultanously, aud Isith
were killed. The trouble was about .111 ar
tide in a paier edited by ('alulilell.
.SI.KKI'I.KSS N1C.ILTS. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
, remedy for you. For sale by V. A. Uar
A bill was introduced into the Canadian
parliament embodying some of theprois-
" of the intcr-state commerce law, nota-
oiy ine long anil snort naui leattires.
. . " '. , , ,
A,-rs lIls "re. ,t,le l? catluirt c for
'rr.vtiiiK irrcguiarith-s of the sto.nacl. and
(,e,,tle' J'rt thorough in their ae-
tion. they cure constipation, stimulate the
'"I " ""J aithe or-an, 8",, s"'8'-
A six-huodred-barrel oil well was struck
w.irks at Newark, O.
Advice to MoUiars.
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething. Is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for I
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic. By giving Lealtb to the
child itc-esUthe mother. Price 85 e a bottle.
There is no one article in the line of med-
Icines that gives so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carters Smart V eed and Bella,
ontia Backache Plasters. 47r
Whoever lin. Uiteil Hi. blinkers
Must have noticed the brigliL clear com
plexions of tlie Sisters. That bloom of
voutli is the result of .erfeet digestion of
food. I he sallow, dejected countenance
prevailing nearly all our ladies is the re
sult of indigestion. The Shaker Extract of
Boots iSiegel's bvtup) will give immediate
relief and bring back the glow of health.
Harvey Lee, Merchant at Iwin Springs,
McDonald Co.. Mo., writes May U. 1M:
"The Shaker Extract of Hoots has cured
iny wife of sick headache, which she has
I-en subject to for ten years. She feels so
pioud over it that she wishes me to sin
cerely thank vou for sending the medicine
to this plan-," .las. JI. .Iorcan. Merchant
of Empire, Ky., writes. Feb. Itslsst: "A
gent. email who had been anncted for years
with severe rheutnatisn has been perfectly
cunsl by seven bottles. Send three dozen
more at once.7
Cremu mill Colli Weather.
What a luxury is a kith in summer.
Surelj. but a greater luxury is a clear head
in winter: just when almost everylssly Is
sneezing ntut snuffling vvltn a com hi the
head. But when vou are attacked use Klj's
Cream Balm. It cures colds in the head,
and what is better, it eures the worst cases
of chronic catarrh and hay fever. Xot a
liipiid. not a stiutr. Pleasant to Use. Quick
relief. Badical cure.
Clironle Coughs anil Colds
And all diseases of the throat and lanes
can lie cured by the use of Scott's Emulsion,
as it contains the healing virtues of Cod
Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in their full
est form. "1 consider Scott's Emulsion
the remedy par-excellence in Tuberculous
anil Strumous Affections, to say nothing of
ordinary cohls and throat troubles," W.
IL S. Connell, M. 1)., Manchester, O.
For cleansing aud healing foul and indo
lent ulcers, sores and abscesses and re
moving the bad odors arising therefrom,
and from sloughing, contused and lacerated
wounds, Darbvs Prophylactic Fluid is un
eipuiled. "1 have used Darbys Prophylactic Fluid
in hospital aud private practice for ten
years and knew of nothing better for
sloughing, contused and lacerated wounds,
foul and indolent ulcers and as a disinfect
ant."" -J. F. lleustis, profejvsorMobile med
The Venllct I'miniumus.
W. D. Milt, druggist, ltipptts. Ind.. testi
fies: "1 can reciiiumend Kiectjic Bitters as
the ery best reiueiij . Kvery bottle sold
has gi en relief in every case. One man
took si Ihittles and was cured of rheuma
tism of ten j ears' standing. " Abraham
Half, druggist, llelhille, Ohio, atllrms:
"The best medicine I hae eier handled in
my in jears's eM'iieiic is Klectric Hit
ters.'' Thousands of others have added
their testimony, so that the erdict is unan
imous that KIcettie Hitters do cure all dis
eases of the liM-r. kidneys and Mood. Only
a hair-dIl.tr a 1-iltle at Clus. I.iutlmv A
Co.'s drug store.
i:.elleiilc lit illTe.tls.
Great excitement has been caused In the
iciuityot I'aris, Tev., Iij the remarkable
recovery of Mr. . I. K. Corley, who was so
helpless he could not turn in lied, or raise
his head: inerjUidj said tlitt he was dying
of coiisiiniptioii. A trial Isittle ot Or.
King's New Kiscoiery was sent him. Find
ing telief. he Niuuht a large Imttle and a
ho of Dr. King's New Life Fills. Hy the
time he had taken two tmxes of pills and
two iHittiesof the Hiscoht. he was well
and had gained ill tlesh thirty-six ismiids.
Trial Inittles of this gtc.it dlscoiery for
tsiiisiiniptioti free, at Ch.is. Ludlow .V Co.'s
The HkstSai.vk in the world for Cuts,
Hrnises, S.ires, Ulcers. Salt Kheum, Feer
Sores. Tetter. Channtsl Hands. Chilblains.
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and sitively I
cures Piles, or no pay leiiuircd. It is guar
anteed to gi e perf ect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price -J5 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
Senator Sherman says there can Ive no
truth in the stoij that a part of bandits
planned to capture him 111 Cuba.
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Quick, complete cure, all anuoiing ftldney,
HladdsraudUrhiary Diseases. $l."AtDrugjjtt.
"ItOICII ON ltll.r." I'ILLS lOe. and 3.V.
Small granules, small dose, big results, pleas
ant in operation, don't disturb the stomach.
'KOI'Gll ON IIIUT'
Ask for "Rougnon Dirt;" A perfect wsshtng
powder found at last 1 A harmless extra tine
A 1 article, pure and clean, sweetens, freshens,
bleaches and whitens without (Ugliest injury
tolinest fabric. Luenualleil for hue linens anil
lace, general household, kitchen aud laundry
use. jsoiiens water, saves isoor ana soap.
Added to starch increa.es gloss, prevents vel-
lowicg. 5c. Wc, jc at Grocers or druggists.
The North Side Natural Gas and Oil
comp.iii was orgauint Thursdaj to Isire
for oil in Cumminsville. Cincinnati.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. iiid you ever try
Acker's English ltemedy? It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
mid on a positive guarantee at 10c, 50c
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
The Connecticut house passed a bill mak
ing women eligible to election 011 district
"How . lour l.iier."
I have tried emr doctor, and all the patent
medicines 1 could hear of, and none gae
me permanent relief until 1 got a Imx of
Mexican Knot Capsules. I can chcerfull)
recommend them to any one who is afflicted
with siek headache or Liver Complaint.
M i:s. Mi 1 1 11. sx.
Centre Station, o.
This nowder never varies. A marvel ot nu
rity. streimthand wholesomeness. .More eco
nomical than theorilinarr kind, and cannot
be said In competition with the multitude or
low test, snort weiittn. alum or phosphate
ponders. Sold only in cans. Kovai. IUu.xii
Powdkk Co.. ll Wall street. New York
FIR STEEP OB FLAT ROOFS
CAN BE PUT ON HY ANY PERSON.
TUOIMANLW OP ROLLS SOLD ANNUALLY
FUR IIUILDINGS OF EVERY
BKltU FOR KKW CIRCULAR. CONTAINCCQ
PRICE LLV.T AND REFERENCES.
M. EHRET, JR. ft CO.
423 Wiloirt Street. PHILADELPHIA.
With sUdlng: Ectachable
Springs. CST Better tlian
'Wlialcbonc or Honi3
and sruarauteed never to
break Price, 91.25.
a For sale by leading wholesale and retail cscab-
MAYER, STROU8E ACO.
412 Broadway, N. Y., Manufacturers.
W ROYAL IK'.'ltl.
3 Patented Fch. 8, TOMr
BROS.' FRENCH 1
How to Help Vour Jlicr.tlnn.
Almost every day we feel the unpleasant
sensations of indigestion. Try Allcock's
Porous Planters and be relieved. .1. F
Davenport, of Canarsie. New "i ork. wnte.s
I have been very much troubled with a
violent ain below my chest tne. I was
told by several physicians that it was rheu
matism of the iliaphram. It resulted from
cold and exnisiire. 1 had very little appe
tite and digested itij IinhI with great diffi
culty. I placed one Am (ink's Poitut s
Pl.ASTKit Mow the breast bone and two on
each side. Ill the course of twenty-four
hours all pain ceased, and 1 was able to eat
and digest a good sipiaie meal, something
1 hud not done before In two weeks. I got
better constantly, and at the end of seven
days I found myself entiiely well. Since
then I have tiseil Al icoiK'sPouiit I'i ts.
i Kits for colds, coughs and pains in mv
slile. and I have always found them quick
Mrs. Ida Anthotij. of l'laiittield. V.I.
has sued Miss .leatiette llallnu for $.mI,(h)ii
damages tor alienating her htislmnd's nllcc
tions. . or o v u. I"'"! Elixir la tho only
'VV'V,VA Illood Kemedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all liheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it,
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The Pennsylvania house passed a bill
granting the right of way for elevated ratl
vvajs through the streets ot Philadelphia.
That feeling of weariness, so often ex
erleiiced in the spring, results from a
sluggish condition of the blood which, be
ing impure, din's not ipiirken with the
changing season. Ajer's Sarsaparill.i. by
vitalizing and cleansing the Mood, .strength
ens and invigorates the system.
ThH medicine, combining Iron with pnre
"eKoUWe tonics, nuirkly and oomi.etcly
Currtt I)tpppsIr, Indirllan. WmLnM.
Iirtparellloosil, Malaria.i'hilUnnd Frvrri.
His an unfalhne remedy for Diseases of the
Kltlneyii nnd l.lvrr.
Jt is inTahiable for Iiase pt-rnllar to
Wntin. and all Mho lead R-dentary lives.
It de not Injure tbe twtb. caur headache or
pnxliice ctnstijatiOii- -thr lrvn tnaUcines tto.
HennVhesand jnrifies the lUod. stimulates
the apf-f tite. aids tht assimilation of foul, re
liee Heartburn and Itelchtng. and fctrtngth
tlis the intiM'le and nt-nrt.
F.r Intermtttent Kefr, iAMltude, Irkof
KnerKy, Ac, it has 110 t-.ial
-TheKfiiiiine ha-taUe trade inarl and
Ctusfed red liiiron urapir lake im other
a4 !! HKdtVKINKall ILlIU Hi LI lauKB, 111
GOLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 187
Tarr..niel nhiatuHly pure
Cocoa, friHU which theetrvMof
hl hoa Iteen remuv-d. It uitfAr.''
timet the atrength ( "ocna nuicti
wiili BUn-li, .VrnmniitorSuiftr
and x-ttlM-refurp far wore viwmi
cut, lotting Una Ihnn on rent l
cvp. It it delidoiiA, iourUhin,
treniftiHnln, fsvily dlK'fted, aod
ndmiraMy adi.j.rfpd for lmaiid aa
well aa for HTrHmn In health.
SU by Crrfr cfcrywhere.
BAER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
V -WIG3- c)
BrAH?5, fr0NT-PlECE5 & -
SBNU FOB OUR
HEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
MRS. J. H. REED,
50 Main Street. - Buffalo. N.Y
XINCI.K nAKIttl. SHUT Ul'X. S'2.00
DOl'Hl.K " " " 5.00
stMil.K HltKtXll I.OAUElt, 4.00
ducbi.i: " 10.00
l'rl'c.a on other good la ,ro,ortloo.
PARKER, SMITH and OTHER CUNS
nrwN Bommn to mnnor ct.onm.
Illustratisl catslotfue an1 Prtce List srnt Frre.
J. C. 1ANDLE & SON. ZtScHr
TUf MrW DfOABTUIB DRUMS
n are made hh patent double acting rod and
ymkWWmmmmmr. fold Id jr knee reit. Liicht,
".uUtantlAl and hnndonie.
I TJrd tnlheheit Dand and
! Orchestras. Unrtjualed for
itone, aurpai all uttiera in
j finish and appearance. If
Knearm MoIc dealer does
J not keep ibem. write to ui
for 1 II u-t rated Catalogue.
LYON HEALY. Ch(cao, IIU
Jfuw when the Imdai U-yta
V fhuw ,
Til tlmo for ynuuff and
The His at JnJigettions
TltU e-r trouble, ache
That f oIIoh s In theBittuut
Will scatter !lk th thWe of night
Ueforw m draught of Seltzer brlghu
A (Treat ImpruTement orr th oM rt rift. freTents
lllwnr f rt'tn hduf ttjeualL iIdeof lt 'lUalitj
Tuslhi4--l Cart-futly: UTtitN-n-d, KirM.l.tiv Hulrd
re mlm HaIT dct-n -vrt-l biu twiit tuanr
-l.JrHsi, iMuft.iiJ.oiirn-rt.tof flint. M-uif ml
lXMJ lit aJBir. N. T
! STOPPED FREE
Hk Insane Persons Restored
tun fr Jl'er- jtirrtbmt M-'ut Ftlrtti. r.
IlHPALLIBLa tftakca directed A'jii ti'v
fritUav't n. Trcatt&4 aod $.1 trial Wttlc frtv
I Fit paritmw. they pariC epresctureesioaro t
rrrrnr i. rsriui nimra r-. u. u.1 rinrhi a iztns .J
AciNttotK.KLlNh.9ii ArthSt..HtJehia P
DnitfgLMi. BhlVAKE OF iMTATtXG F&AUDS.
These Washboards are made with
a Bent-Wood rim. TheEtron
ert boards and bet waatiers in th
world. For sale br all dealers.
a....... u mt a ass no oiner.
l, BAUINA1T SI'F'fi CO.,
DU4EIA I Saginaw, Hlchl.a.
For a check for tfflwe will print a ten-line
. advertisement 1 11 une Million issues ot leading
I Amerlcsn News papers. Thills at the rate ot
oniTone-niinoi acenraune rori.iviucircuia
tlonl The advertisement will he placed hetore
or Kivk. Million Kiaixks. Ten Hues will ac
commodate about 75 words. Address with copy
of Adv. and check, or send : cents tor IJooktot
176 pages. (1E0. P. ROWKLL A CO.. 10 tJraccs
;UI l;l l-I -
UNFAILING SPECIFIC FOR .LIVLR DISEASE.
SYMPTOMS : Inmouth; tonune
coated w hi te or covered with a brown fur; pain
tu the back. Hide or Joints -often mistaken
for rheuni.it Nm Mirtomai-li; 1cm. uf upiiik
tlt; Hoiiietimen naunea or waterbrash. or in
digestion , flatulency and acid eructations;
howelt alternately costive and lax . hmlarlin
Iohh of memory, with a painful sensation of
hatlnt: failed to do Homethtni; which ought to
have been done, debility; low spirits . a
thick, jelli.w appearance ot the sklnand eye;
a dry coiigh, (ever restlessness; the urine Is
scanty and hih colored, and. If allowed to
!taipl. deposits a sediment.
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR,
Isuenerar.y useit In the South to arouse the
Torpid I.iier to a healthT action.
It acts with eitnonttuarv efficacy on tho
AS KFmTTAI. ril'KOIKIC I'OK
Malaria, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache,
Kidney Affections, Jaundice,
Mental Depression, Colic.
Endorsed by theusenf 7 Millioiisutbottlrs.a
THE BEST FMILYMEDICINE
For Cldl.lr.-ii, for Ailiili.. and for theAgwl.
Has our -tanipln red on Front ot Wrapper
J. H. ZEILIK & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PH.
Notice lo Contractor.
SEALED ritOPOeALS will be received at the
omceot the city clerk ot the city of Sprtng
lteld. Ohio, tor furnishing all the materials
ami iliitn the labor of the follow Ing classes
of work for said city, between the time of en
terliiK Into contract and the first day of De
cember. A 1) lss7. according to plans and
specifications in theoniceof thecity civil en
gineer ot said city, and In accordance with the
ordinances of said city relating to said work,
said proposals to be as follows:
First, for furnishing and putting In curb and
gutter, per lineal foot.
Second, for furnishing material and laying
hrtck sidewalks, per square yard.
Third, tor cutting sidewalks to grade, uer
rortti. ror lining sidewalks to grade, per
Kifth, for graveliui; sidewalks, per cubic
Atl proposals must be for doing said work
according to the plans, profiles and specifica
tions In the office of the city engineer, must
be signed Ijt the full name ! all nartli-s Inter
ested in said bid. and by some responsible dis-
uueresieii person as a icuaraniee mat a con
tra"t will be entered Into provided the bid is
accepted. and must beon file In tlie city clerk's
other on or before twelve o'clock, noon, of
Thursday, the 12th day of .May. A. D. IssT. to
tie opened and publicly read Immediately after
o'clock ot said day. In the presence ot the
mayor, city engineer, assistant city engineer
and cltyclerk.or any two of them. and re
ported to couueil at the first meeting there
after The city council reserves the right to relect
any or all proposals presented for any reason
they may deem sutneieut.
liv order of council.
J. S. MIEWALTER.
''win City iTerk.
llEiT.AKlNU IT NEfE.-sSVKY and the In
i teiition nt council to make a public Im
provement h changing the grade of a portion
uf east High street.
Kesolved. by tlie council of the city of
sprtiigtleld, Ohio. That it is necessary and that
it intends to make a public improvement by
changing the grade of a portion of High street
east of Limestone street, viz:
Ilcgluningat the present curb grade on the
north side of High street, 124 feet east ot the
east llneof I.l tuestoue street: thenceeastiVOS
feet to the present curb grade on the north
side of High street at a point 171 feet west of
the west line of tlallagher street. Ascent 17
4VPO fret, said grade to be according to the
profile thereof in the ofttceof the cltyengineer
ot this city, for the Inspectiouof all parties In
Kesolved. further. That the city clerk be and
Is hereby directed to cause legal publication
to be made of this resolution, and R. jl. liel
wlcks appointed and directed to serve legal
notice of this resolution upon all the owners
of property abutting upon said portion of
High street, or on the persons In whose names
the abutting property is assessed.
Passed by Council A tirll 2fi. 1SH7.
At: J. S. SIUWALTKK. Cttv Clerk.
Notice to Contractors.
QEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the
O office of the sujierliitendent of the U. S.
lourt House and Postofflceat sprint-field. O..
and opened at 12 ro..of the 7th day of .May.
17. (or the materials for concrete foundation
required at this building.
ach proposal must be accompanied by a
certified check tor .VUs). made payable to tbe
order of th treasurer of the I nited States.
Therlghtto rejrect any bldsls reserved. The
Plans aud specifications can be seen, and any
Information obtained, hy applying -to
CHAKLEV A. t'REOAR.
Springfield. Ohio. April 27. 1W. Was
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the
office of the superintendent of the I'. S.
Court House and Postofnce at Springfield. 0.,
and opened at 12 m., of the 7th day of .May.
Iss7, for the excavattun required at this build
ing. Each proposal must be accompanied by a
certified check for S,VI 10. luade payable to the
order of the treasurer of the tfnlted States.
The right I o reject any bids Is reserved. The
plans and specifications can De seen, and any
imfonnatlou obtained, bv applying to
CHARLES A. CRKrtAR.
Springfield. Ohio. April 27. 15S7. ?as.
IS ON FILE
al the office of
THE H. P. HUBBARD CO. Judicious Ad
vertising Agents &. Experts, New Haven, Ct.
Jut Authonltd Agents who cfi qutne
sjanmf ratM. Adrtiemf a
t'gntitJ, proos trxiwr, and stimitcS of
costinANY nevppf,forvwird.d to
montsbi pstnis upon tpp4tC4ton
TO WEAK MEN
Buff, rinc from the effects of youthful errors, early
decay, Wav-un weakncM, lost manhood, etc, I ill
seud a valuable treitie Oealwl containing full
lartlculsrs for home cure. FREE0? charge. A
splendid medical work; should be read by erery
man who is nervous and debilitated. Add re,
rrof. F C FOIVLEK, Moodua, Conn.
I CURE FITS!
Wtwn I ! tui I tto aM.i DMa iniIr taawp ! fur
a Uiti avuJ tbcia bavv ttfn rs-tura avitv Inttt a fJ
Irml eui. I h.t sMM ' 4.rM Ot VIVi, U I
Ill-SY or riU-IM. SldtNiy 1U lwar lJj. I
mtboI mf iiuJy tv rsr 11 mi rMft, Braa
Wltr( ! favUsl L ks I'aVaWb Ui ftl w rMl-lc ft
ci. HstkJ l .noe t-r ril. aJ Tir KsittU l air
ibfl111l Tttflf ti MrrM a4 rualUflk. jl " fm
ftvtbiuc tut lril, bJ I will Cr jus.
AMrtm liav. M. U. KUUl . laS Til St., 1W Tcrk.
A Practically Perfect Preparation for Children's Complaints, a -
BAILROAD TIME CARD.
Clavaland, Colambas, (Jlnelnuatl
8 NUht Express
12 New York A Boston Express
2 Cleveland A Eastern Express
t New York Limited Express. . .
9 Night Express
7 Spg , Cin. A Wes. Kx ....
1 Cin. Flying liuckeye
2 Cincinnati A Indianapolis Express
3 Cleveland A Cincinnati Express .
5Clntl..Ind.,St. Louis A Kan. Ex ..
iSBtvx raow i.st.
9 Night Express.
1 Cin Flying liuckeye
3 Cleveland A Clnclnn&tt Ricress.. .
New York, Iiostoa A Cincinnati Ex..t J5 pm
Asaivs raoii south.
II Dayton, Springfield Accom. fr't.
u new torn A uoston l.liiilte-l ..
1 Cleveland A Eastern Express
X Cincinnati A bprtngfield Accom
tt New York Limited Eitires.
No. 11 baa through sleepers to X-w York and
No. i Is the famous limited express, eom-
. ,nH t.l. A. aluAnVd una, n. ll..i.l .. ..
Through sleep-ri from Springfield. Makes
asw kork in mn hours aud Iiostoa in its
27 has fre Kecllnlni? Chair ear to St.
Louis without chauge
0. U. KNII1UT.
K R.TIeket and Ocean Steamship Agent,
D.B. MARTIN". AreadeDepot.
3. P. A. Springfield, 0.
K. T- IVnu. S Ohio K. K.
All trains run on Central time 2ft minutes
slower than city time.
TKV1NS AKKIVR PROM THK k.sr.
No. 3. Cin. A St. Louis Kx . il :ly 1 (1 a. ra
" 1. Acconi..ilaliy except Minday In &'. a, m
" 5. St. Louis Ex.. daily 4 17 p. in
TKSISS LKVVK UOISt. K.ST. .
No. 4. New York Limited, dally. ...10..ia. in.
2. Accom., daily except sunday s rr p. ra.
" 12. Atlantic Ex . daily 2.25 a. m.
TRAINS AKK'VI. KROK JHK W KST.
No. 4. St. Louis Limited. dally .10-40 a m.
" 2. Acconi..dailyexceptunday t-op. in.
" 12. New York Ex.. daily . 2 Is a. ra.
No. 3. Cin. A St. Louis hx.. dally 1 47 a. ra
1. Aceom..dalIyexeept Sunday Jo pa. m.
" 5. St. Louis Ex .dally 1 lap m.
No. 4 has sleepers, but no change ot cars in
either case through to New ork N'o. -.has
through sleepers to M Louis All trains ar
rive and depart from I 11. A W. depot Iu tills
For tickets to all points and further Intor
nation, call on J D Phlrurr.
iseixi A . for our ounre tox of u aite laniroid-
eryMlt, would et$Mniaeiiin. UiiOLnstut I'ftica
Lwi ent only kn amplication tiaccumpaJiit'd b
VThoso TITLITY Is fn'Ilmr Prsl' nilllVlli,
i:XHAl-IKUorl. rl'IM VIM t 111.1.1 VV Vsr. I
KD msy llml i. r.rret anil r-!jsM -nre In U I
FRENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES
tirwwdbyVrvf". - l.NtMl.l.l ot Vtr Jrum
Adopted by all ! rrttrh k iif h-isiin ftiol t wx rapttDy M
mitvcsssfD.fv lntroJU' ! Iv-r A! -ik-mntr tottst-
tlrlct4 iromtClT ti- tt i) 'I I: KU II in"in wwi
iperjiiDdlcIenisra.ii.'nt Flit- II CHivtit
IfmoOls-w oe ti hmi! MUti fin t.t il t ip ItKK.
CU1UE AGENCY. c 1 74 Ful.cn Stre:t. Nt- tort
IDOIST'T BXJZ' 1TOTTEL
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. 3. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
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tf tb vorld. Mftdtfofiii
beet maUrlal. perfect fit and
iuperler to ut uaaallj wU
or ad ana . avvcrj
pair waiTtuted. Cod-
I The ureat demAti J for thl .hoe btu been a aSV
clent guarantee of lu lellablhtj. tomaVethe pub
lic itlll better aatiafltd.we hare made .acta Imrrore
ments that there can be no qaett.ont-.oarciilaiof
1 W. Is. BQUOLAS rZJ0 SHOE.
for ffmuemtn. ltetcalt, with boliom l wirctfa
etrxt, aad equal. If not taptior, to the 3 -toea
' alTrrtUed bj otber fl-tn. W in rite a person!
i"rciiu nu romnitwon oeiire purcaaai&js;.
12 KIIOK VOIt BOTH. Same atTlcs as the
13 Ptinc Larelally andaubctantlallr siatJe.ktTllsl.
aaj ttnequAlleti a a tchool ahoe. If aay
oTf rnnoi pe nri at roar neaier p.Bvrinj au
PAXSON & WELLAND
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