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REPUBLIC, FRIDAY E VEXING JULY R 1387.
BY USING DisniBiMED Urns Wed Use It. Lou. h to th Wi Iw rrti I trrn iw wmU. 4 for tW tatar I ta-vj UjW Xftikii Adli-aa Pattl. LiThn i-ai. Jan. 14 1' . SrttJ IhiCwJIbKIt. lW t Mrvnrr 8 rr t T --r " Ijwt l Iwu-" Kjr vrim 1 MtvUaj I -tin . fitRntL FtniiT Jatnauacuctt. 1 ?! h fr avtw to li. o 1 rfwrdlv War ' r-www afwAs, mm. Clara IxuiM Krllcurr. It fUi bw f4ir i kUu tun to 0-a list ha-tf aXalrtl lint Smtt-tiidJana. ft t iu fa anm nd ni 1 fai H mwliw to hiimuiU Mil duatunitStaUKtriu& Tewi. Victoria and Xlotin Yoke - 0 fri ft liMuirc u s.ta hit WVtiDoelala j H ftairti VMttta ui w wtir f th rotDpUxfcuu I Then? Tiiln Vw "Ini lit ft itlWirt amrttw Ulii(itfaln bhi fei ftat1tttt jnrtie IU Faniur Vtwanrtrt. I f CbJ MT I l.t t 1 ! lhal nrllaK Hall tnftfoljrn'.ahajfiiiuu kit UJjfrWoJa. Jne Coombs 1 aU H f w repprtx fcl Mj rtkU ha Vl4 KBirj IHikJ w"!!! 1'tau. UWtUMtrb Urt. C P. Bo tr. : rm tBarKwa 9 i. fr U.k I cWrfiUW r i ChArton Thf3Ripoii. I rrwrfir b b th '! rt fr t alia I I frJ ftwl iw pah ,, , v r rTT BM. I r .a.l It - 8r Jpwrtt. f Jini a4."lainn)rrmblL (Li KXFKKWI) FRPK- S .rtn-?-e pottli. wnlteiirplnk ferjl.'o. To nianv feints 1 but UetorTSc (Try jour druggtat first ) boxtd eflare from observations Ih.uhih Mro. Ci, H5uItonM, Y P. S. .Mention thil paper. Martyrs to Headache Seek relief in rain, until they licgin to ue Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Then they re gret the years of (uttering they- might hare escaK-d had they tried this remedy earlier. The trouble was constitutional not local, and, until Ayer's Sarsapa rllla did iu effective work as an Alterative and Blood l'uniier, they were couipelled to suffer. The wife of Samuel Tage, 21 Austin It., Lowell, Mass , i, for along time, unbject to severe heailac lies, the result of stomach and liver diordcri. A .cr fect cure haj been effected by Aver's Sirsapanlla. Frank Roberts, T27 "Washington L, Iloston, savs that be formerly had ter rible head, he, and until he took AVer's Sarsuparilla. never found any medicine that ovould give Permanent Relief. " Kverv Spring, for Yurs," writes I-izie V. DeVeau, at! 1'ifuenth st., ltrNkhn. N. V, I have had intoler able headasihev I t otntiient 1 the ue of Ayer's SarHaparilla Ia-t Manh, aud hae not had a headatlie uo that tune I suffered from headache. Indiges tion, and debility, and was hardly aide to drag invMilf about th. Iioum? Vritts Mm i S. I'ww. of V M. lmrll, Ms4. )pr' Sarxa pari 11a hxs worked a lutrxeUHM hatif;e in my cae. 1 now feel strong and well as ever " JonaA Gar man. Km . of I.ykins. la., write- "For ear I hae hiiiTerel dreadfullr, eer Spntig.fr.im healat he, caused by iniiurit of the blood and bilousnes. It -eeine.l for dar and weeks that m In h mld -))Iir iii Nothing relieel me till I took Ajer s Sarsapanlla This mediune has cured xue completely " Wjen Mrs. fienra Belanger, of 24 use Ayer's barap inlla, she had mi lie red for some years from a serioun afftction of the kidney. Kery Spring, also, she waa atrlictevl with headache. Ions of appetite, ami Indieiotion. A friend jer Biuded her to um Act'3 Sarsaparilla which benefited her vender fully Her health is now ierkct.-'til-irtjrs to hca.1 achfc shouhl try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Trepmred bjt Pr .1 ( Avrr -VCo .Lowrll.M.t.. Trice II, U boulc, i. Worth $i a bout. WatchsprinG Witb sUdins: ICetadiablc Springu Z3T Better tliau Tlialcbonc or Horn,3 and uarauteed never to brcalt Irice, $i.25 For ule by leading vWcsalc aod retail cstab-h-thnacatt. MAYER, STROUSEi CO. 412 Broadway, N Y., Manufacturers. HUMPHREYS' S3. ErarHETTS' SS.S Cloth & Cold Binding lit ragra, Willi Su, LarraiUf, UIUDIIIIL S4eMa.r. O-H-atslO. X T. iivt or pnrcciraL sot. cruEs rkirx. .-.1 II Prrers. CmiEestfon, InfUmmatlon 4 LL A..ai (varn I- UTIH 4 JleC 3 .2.1 Ia . .51 rlng l,lic.rlsB-tlijneof Irlnt IHarrbrav. vl Children or Adult ))Knfer . -Onpioc, BiIkw-i Colic. Cnolrra Morlxi. oniitiutr i 'onglM. Cold, lir-uachUl Neural Cta. JOQnllca r-Mracr Headarbew. cfc Hesdsctie Veiiigo IOMEOPATHIC a- -..wsIa f4Ltausax taat AtTrlskjsH il 2.1 1 r ) Sr (TV S . H-USJ. ia..aa..a. - ruppreeor I'alnful lerloa i t.iiM tot. lnfu-t lnod .2.1 .2.1 .21 .21 ..Ml ..111 ..'.() ..am ( roup. Conch, lhthcalt Bnthintr ... Kalt llheuin. rjiM i-tu-ji lthriimlim. I-iiumtc I'aic rirran4 cue. Chill Malaria-. PI lf-. Wind or B.Jinir rnlarr.i. Inttaenva, t Ul in tbt Head Wh.H.jlnirriich, y..lnti acbi . .nerallsiliH.r'j'-c.l-!.D-w KUiie I'l-r-?," ..in ..in l.tMl .in i . t rlnV W .Wne... VV et.ter 1-sl . ... of the Heart. I e siatio. SPECIFICS. sold lr llrutfsni- otsti tsi-tpaidon receipt ol w-uiiriiKkis iiimtvliu iaiu..t-k.i. (HAMPUH5 9. - ! ,.gtt Dluoaoi'i iQiumjaumnunaxi maaiaatooto Irsli ntfil FWn. 15, &7sMlS I . eoo otJOrcai7c-eo oooa3aaoj u to rtmg eiW m I HOW SAILORS ARE FED. JACK RECEIVES BETTER VICTUALS . THAN HE DID TWENTY YEARS AGO Til "Iotol' la the Moat Important 1'iirtatitc on the iilr- The llow isnce tif t immI vervliia; Out I'raivlaJoiia. Tli Mti.h Cak. Sailors on tlcert water shirr- are letter fetl now than they were fifteen or tvventv . . .... .. . year aco. iney tret a greater variety On board all deep water vessels three meals are Mred tlailv vv lien the wntches arecbHiii;etlaUu:htbell ata in . noou. i aiul p in ll.iilt thi-4 h"it is railed enrl cotTtt i- trei to the w ittli on deck I at 5 a m Ik fore the work of ahim; the The rook, or, as he ! dx"k- commences alwajs rnlhtl, the hKtor N the most important personage on the ship, and I' lucky is the H.uuan uho can kwp pfl friend ith the cxk. for he is certain to (pet lot of "nrdevolens' a iecullartenu iven to the imihN that are left from the cabin tahle Thte are callel iiMm,1T ( and are hronht fonarl in what i- uillel the doK liket, a lare Iwisket lined with tin Xow rs to the dkt provided for Jack in the forecatle Kvery sailor, when he goes aUvirtl, N pnmded with a knife, fork and Fponn, a "hookpot" nnd n pAnmkin The hokiHt is a tin pot with an iron hook meted on m that it can 1k hung on the Fide of the bunk while Jack U iwfng both lund to eat with. Iu England e erj thing i said to In; done by act ol urlluiuent, and the sail- or's foo,i is certaimly regulated by the act, and Ids daily bill of fare is fixed by law. In this countrv It i fixed by act of con- pre, nnd in fcfls of both nations the s,hip captain are ccmpelleil, under n heavy penalty to pot in a conspicuous pkice in the forecastle a copy of the agreement higlied by the sjiilnrs on shipping contaiu- liig the quantity of rations i(iued for THF ALLOWANCE OF FOOD. The regular allowance of food for each man in both English and American mer chantesels should be as follow- Itread. I one pounu; tea, one-elchtli of an ounce; .-uun-, urn-nun ounce, sugar, two ounces, nuu waier, inree quarib per ua nei. six pounds, pork, one pound and a half; flour, one pound and a half; peas, one pint, rice, one third of a pound per week. The provisions are to bo served out in addition to the il.nl issue of lime juice or other anti-scorbutics It is aLso prov ided: "Xo shontli knives or grog alloweil on board Substitutes at master's option. The following substitutes are allow ed: One ounce of coffee, cocoa or chocolate for one-quarter onnce of tea: mola-s.ss for sugar, quantity to lie one half more, one pound of potnts or atns, one-half pound of llonr or rice. on.Mhird pint of jieas or ne-juarter pint of lvirlev mav le nbstltIlt(sl for each othvr. When fresh meat is issued, the proportion to le two Iionnds er man per ilav in lien of salt meat " A landsman might think that one-half pound of lieef or one and one-quarter pounds of pork would In- sufficient for n man, but when it is considered that a good deal of it Ls cut olT a unlit for human , food and thrown overboard, tliatthe meat 1 Is weighed with the bone in. and that i when salt meat Is lwiled it shrinks n great i deal. Jack won't liav e much meat left to eat with his hardtack. The lictf, or as it is nlvvavD termed 'aJJ horse," is alvvavs all lean, and the salt pork is penerally .-ill fat The meat is generally kept on deck iu two caks called the "harness ca-sks." ' The fat that arises to the surface tv hen the ' meat is boiled in the alt water is saved by j the cook and put Into theslush cask. This I slush or fat Ss tho cook's iKTquisite. and ' , many a pound of fat meat he surrep- , titiously cuts from the meat to increase the I j amount In the slush cask. Arriving at I ort this fntiseold uth soapmakers, aud the price fetched largely increa-ses the "doctor's" paj A good deal of the meat has made several voyages round the Horn , or Cape of Good Hope, and when the cask Is opened (-nulls frightfully, and is nally i untltior human food. ' ' "WHO'S THIS WHACK FOR" I When cooked the meat for each watch is placed In a wooden receptacle called a , "kid," and taken into the forecastle. The ' peas are made into soup, the Hour is made Into "dnfT " It is mixed with water and boiled in a conical shaped bag in salt wa ter. This makes the outsldo of the duff taste salty On leing taken into the fore castle, one man cutt. the duff Into as many I pieces as there are tacn iu the watch, some pieces larger than others. ' Another one then turns his back, and as the carver holds tip a piece on his jack . knife aud savs, "Who's this wliaik fori" designates the man w ho takes the piece. Sugar is tiateu with the duff, or molasses vt hen scrv ed out extra, as is often done. The pta soup is often made thick by pour ing a little vinegar in nnd eaten that vay, and some old salta stir a spoonf ul of sugar in the soup, making a queer mess. On Christmas day, and mayle the skip ptr's birthday, raisins are Iwiled iu with the Hour, and then "plum ' duff" is served. Wlienever a pig is killed on lioard ship the afterguards gets chops and. sausages, and Jack gets sea pie, and it makes his mouth water to think of it, for It is a taty dish, aud, like angel visits, few and far between This, Is how it is cooked: The "doctor" places a layer of bones on the bottom of his larg ' est copper or kettle. On this he places a layer of pork, cut in chunks and seasoned; on this goes n la) er of pastry, then another layer of pork, ami so on, till three layers 1 of each are laid This is called a "three , decker," and when boiled to ierfectlou is a sailor's delight. The meat Is always sent to the forecastle at noontime, anil it invariably happens that all or nearly all is eaten at that meal, and for the follow ing snpper and breakfast next morning ' Jack has nothing to eat but hardUck, I washed down with the decoctions called j tea and coffee.. Any liou&ewifo knows the I strength of a decoction 'node of a pint of water and one- ighth ounce of tea or one half onncu of coffee San Franci-co CalL yecltsrtfsl llticklngliHiii I'alace. A. gossiping newsmonger writes from London t!it when t,hey began to put Unckingham pnlnce in onler for the ac commodation of thejubilet; guests, its con dition was found to be an) thing but edi fying. The upper s-tories, which had not been inhabited for )ear, were absolutely filthy, tho carpets aud curtains all tat tered, and the wnll paper In man) places defaced lktou Transcript. Consent VVaa Glren. Marshall I. AVilder tells the following story: "During tlie late stormy weatlic BulTalo Hill had a little gathenng iu his tent of friends, among whom were a num Ur of ctiw'iojs Dunu the fun au in vited Englishman entered and said, 'Aw, beg pnndon. but aw, may I keep my hat on" Vt. ohl lwy" replietl a covvlaov, 'if )ot keep )tur IsjoLs on ' " ew York Sua, S nip tif Fe;s, Manufactured onlv b) the California Fig Syrup Co., ban Francisco. Cal.. is nature's onl) true laxative. Tins pleasant Cali-I forma liquid fruit remeil) mav be had at , Dr. CasiH-r' drug store, lik'. and SI bottles. It is the most pleasant, prompt aud effect ive remedy known to cleanse the s)stem: to ' act ou tlie liver, kidneys, and bowels gent-1 ly )et thoroughly; to dlsel headaches, colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation, iudigestioj, and kindred Ills. . j FtTS-All hts stopped free by Dr. Kline's ' , Great Nerve IUv.toi4r No His after hrst da)suse. Marvelous cures. Treatise and Si trial bottle free to St cases. Send to' Dr. Klme, US1 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ' FOR THIS WEEK Ons lot of Reynolds Bros.' Kid Button Ladies Shoes, One lot Men's Hand Sewed Dress Shoes, $4, reduced MHItlpillMttittl ,f f ,flV ... j The nmiiicii.il Inlmralorj of IVirln has leen enticed in cxaitiiiuui; thefniuduleiit ' manipulation ot cotlit-K, the fraud consist ItiK in the tnauipulntisci of then:rceti Iter ries and the moistening C the tlntsl During ilryuiK b hint, coffees lose from 1 to IV percent of their weight aceo'ti nig to their kind and age To compen sate this loss the tlenlt rs often endeavor to replace the water, but this it onl) pra ticable bj the condensation of uteam In the mats Twentv Tceut of water maj tlms be added without the coffee appear , '"R moist, but In-lead of lieing hntvi nnd . 1--..,.. 1 .1. . .1 .L . 1 - 1 ' iv,,t' with ine teem ine ocrrics me tintasli and luetic I'olfec vvliit.li lias Iwn ' roastetl and then moistenetl laes narl of it" water on ex'iosurc to the air, and to pnfiit the It-, the craww are often ruit til fth t;ljriTiiie, p.ilm oil or een j nvHne The dinltl.M of sutli colTifs , 'ftrt' hiytur tlmnthoof normal ro.stel siHeiimiis lloMon Hmlmt MiC 3lr. Illalnr' llo). S.y. In cunrppsitiou the Illalne Iwys fcafd that their father did not alwajx succeed i In avoiding people w ho attemptitl to take up bin time when he required it for bui nesrt t4ald one of .iem 'I have known father to git ' ,n ionerhatiou with er on whom he had tiexer iutt Ufore. and allow them to talk to him for an hour while he let preiiig t ngageinents go mi met He ha no up.uity for saying to fui h iHfiple that he mu-t lie excu-ed It i jiartlj lieratiMi he la tender about offending ptNiple, le, on account of him Mdf than on account of their possible sen sitiieness. New York Tribune , . .. ,lpnry clH ntl Kouth- Henry Clay, at the urgent request of Kossuth, granted him an interuew at hU ro0m nt Uie National hotel on the nfter- llwn of January !, 1S.j2 Mr Clay had drcsetl Idnielf. and, jhtIiiih for the lait lim w1 trect 10 meti ine .uacjar He received the visitor with all his char nctcristic collrtey and cordiality, but said: "Governor KoxMith, a dvmg man stands liefore you to protest against your doctrine of intervention " Kouth re plied in terms that allictcil Mr Clay to tears, ami ootn giviujj way to unre- strained emotion, thev parted to unit not again. lii.n- i'trlcj l'oore s Ietter. Mire at Hoot Marking. A Juot York professional IwoiliIaeV. says: Xow, you see I employ a don boys, and they are al waj s busy. To vv hat do I attribute my success? Geutlemanly manners and n good shine. Wlien It was found tlmt courtesy vv as the rule iu my place mj business increased. I jiay my ihiners. wno are worth colored men and bo) s, $1 n day. ilany, however, who make themselves agreeable to customers and do good work, often earn marly double the sum. The Work performed is pleasant Chicago Times. A Slodest Fstllnate. Tlielnte William A Wheeler had a modest estimate of the importance of the vice presidential office and thought, with Benjamin Franklin, that its occupant should be called "UN Superfluous High uesa." J A STABIL1NO FACT. It is not commonly known that a large proHrtion of the rhtumalUni and neu ralgia eiLiut ls traceable directly to the diseased condition or imjcrfcit action ol the kidnevs and liver, tlorefore a remedy n!.i h arts, the nsulliiig ilisease must hive loiind and smitten the lirst cause Jlauy per-ons using Atliloplioros tor rlicuina'.isin and nciiralsia have Is en siirpristsl to find tint dimmc disorders o( thu Hvtr and kidnevs liave also Usn ;rea!v reluvisl ami tliev have written tor an cxpliiuliou The fact i, that the remetlv acts tints tlv on these organs, leansing them from nil irntiting suIh stances and reaulatini; Iheirai tion. Taktn in counctlion with Aliiliiphtirtvs I'ills this is, uithout extx.tioii, tiie miist vaitiihle Sidney and liverreme.lv in the world and will cure a large projKirtion of those who have these diseases. Said William H. Hutchison, living at 22 oiith Mulir M., priiih(lil, I) , " 1 don t think there isany medicine like Atiilopliiv n. for rheumatism, l'revioiis to in) using tills medicine I ued almut citry kind of a rliuinutic tiitslitiee 1 ever liejr.lof, Uitli regtilir am! irregular with mt avail t the tune 1 commentts! with .Atliloplioros 1 was euflenng vtry tutuli. In a vtry renia'kahly t-hort time, in fact I had onlV taktn a lew tlos I LXierituted vtry decidtsl relief. It is now ovtrtvto vears since I Used it and I have had no Klieiim i iisin Miice tuhejlcof. Allilophorosilidits work for me and will do the same forntlicrs I liave l?en a n-sideiil of Springt'icld for over thirty years am well known and would gladly verify the almve facts tc anvone who may be aliliitcd with rheuma tism " Krery dniggistslioiild Ktep thlophoros and Allilophoto!. l'lll-, but where thev can .. lu. l.t...l.i ..I !.., .1. - .1 t.1.1. I1U. MV .n.i.ii. VI .11,- llll.:. III,- 1IIIIO- . i .w . iii m. lis, v v i it , phor.)sv.o,llj all M New ork,will ' send cither (carriage paid) on receipt ol regular price, vvhitli is fl.cO r bottle for Atliloplioros and .W for I'ills.s "or liver aad kidniv ih-sases, dyspepsia, lo dttfetioa. wtstkaess ntrvoiis ihMliI), tlL-etWMwl of vvoiaen. roi.stl.uli u htadache. Iidpuiv hiood, .vc., athUiphurwPilSareunequaKsl. t In the Columbia-Harvard frehnien hut race at New l,ondon, Ct., the crew of Co lumbia were the victors. In llrl. r, nml to the i'oliit. D)spepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver is miser). Indigestion is a toe to good na ture. The human digestive apparatus is one of the most complicated and wonderful things in existence. It is easily put out of order. Grcas) ftHKl, tougli fisMl, sloppy ftswl, bad cooker), mental vvnrrv, late liours. Ir regular habits, and man) otiier things whit h ought not to be, have made the American lieople a nation of d)swptics. lint (Ircen's August Flower has done a wonderful work in reforming this sad htisl iiess and iii.ikm the American people so healtli) that thev cjn enjo) their meals and behapp). Keineiiilier: No happiness vv itliout health Hut (ireen's August Hovver brings health and happiness to the d) septic. Ask )our druggist for a bottle. Sev ent) -fiv e cents. At Zug, in Switzerland, a terrible ca lauiit) occurred. Halt the new pia)sou tlie lake shore sank. Forty houses, iu eluding au inn full of guests, were over whelmed, ami over a hundred of the slceiH ing inmates drowned. CI.OPP. wiiooriNt; CtlPClI and Bronchitis iiiimeiliatel) relieved b) Million's Cure. For sale b) F. A. (larw.Kid. The committee to whom was referred the French bill taxing foreigners approve it The Yorti 1 rmm (liizrtlc, llisiiiart k's organ, referring to the bill. sa)s it is alMiut time for (ieriuaii) to retaliate on Frame, esjieciall) ill Alsai-e-Iiiraine. "ftoV trille with any Throat or Lung Disease. If you havo a Cough or Cold, or the children are threatened with Croupor Whooping Cough, use Acker's English Homed y and prevent further trouhle. It is a positive cure, and we guarantee it. Price 10 and COc Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and UIgh streets. The stato's attorney has discovered that the jury In the Chicago boodle, cases has been fixed in the interest of the defendants, J"'1 he file1 1, V "'.f f ""? - The court vv ill take action tie ' a SHII.OIPS COPtlH and Consumption Cure is sold by F. A. Garwood on a guar nteei. It cures Consumption. V -clViWE. 'Hi i .lj 'id f 1 o "in Soip nu.inli I t lir t is initial .it tht New iHlcstiiN 1 i ition. (iii.iriu tetil ahsoliiteh pi e and for . in i il Ii.ui.-h liohl i.m , h .- - is tho wrj Ixs SOAR LOCAL NOTICES. 4..MH1 KellllN lit l.or) I ll.e I) A. llr.idlonl. wholesale piier ilenli r of riiatLinoog.1. Tenn., writes that he was sent uslj nftlicted with a sei're isild th it settlel on his lungs; had tried mall) n me dics without beneht. lii ina induced to try i.r Miigse i.s.-ovtr.orco,.s,.,po,. did so and was entlrelv curpl bv the use of ., few bottles Mm., which time he has lr Hum's New liseotr forcoiisiiniption. Usil it ill Ills family for all coughs and colds with the Inst of results. This is the .NlHTienc; of thousands whose lives have en saveo i.v nils wono. run u.scoverj Trial bottles tree att'has. I.udhiw .v. I'o.'s drug store. n Mill lo HourM raping. Kilw.vr.1 Miepherd. of ll.urisburg. 111., sajs "Having received so inucli tx'iietit from Electric Hitters, 1 feel it niv dutv to let suffering humanltv know it Have hid a running sort' on ui) leg for eight vears. my di etors told me that I would have to have the bone scraped or uiv It amputat ed I Used, instead, three bottles of Elec tric Hitters and seven Ixixes of lleeklen's Arnica alve. and mv leg is now sound and will" Elect lie Hitters are s0'd at liftv cents a lmttle, and Hiicklen's rnica tvilve .it 'twent) iiveeeuts st Imin .it t'has. Ludlow 1 .V Co 's. llo, kltu'A Vrnitn nle. Tut Hi-sTS.vt.VE inthewotld for Cuts, Hriuses. Sjrcs. I'lcers. Stlt Kheuni, Kevcr Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive!) curts Tiles, or no pa) required. It is guar anteed to giv o perfect satisfaction, or moiK) refunded. Trite 25 cents p, r box. For sale b) Charles Ludlow A Co. Van Thou l,ee. a Chinaman, who gradu ated at Yale, has married KIiiN th Matnl Jerome, a New Haven heiress and will en ter the journalistic held in that i tv VP(VskvfVV wll.T A613 C is warranted, is becanse it is tho best Blood Preparation kuown. It Kill posi tively cure all Wood Diseases, purifies tho whole system, and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Heineinber, we guarantee it. Frank II. Cobleutz, corner Market aud Iligli streets. This (Thursdayl nluht dladstone will mo.e, in the commons that "the crimen bill ' be re.id the third time, this day three months n "nrcnr-rAinA." Quick, cfmplete cure, all annoying KUi.e. bladdttraudUrinary Dlscaees. $1. AtlJrugipsts- ' "Jtorrsir ON IlinK" PII.T.S lOV, nnd S3e. ' hmall granules, Bmall dose, big rtsults, pleas ant iu Gyration, don't disturu the etonntch. 'itorcii ON IIIUT." Ask for "Rougnon Dirt;" A perfect vahlnc powder found at lat! A harmless extra flue A 1 article, pure and clean, sw eetena, f resbens, bleaches and whitens without elighet injury to finest fabric Unenualledforfiiielinensand laces, general household, kitchen and laundry use Softens water, saves labor and soap. Added to 6tarch Increases gloss, prevents yel lowing. St. 10c., U5c- at Grocers or druggits- James 1). lteese. of Winchester K) . liavmg been disappointed in love, lumpttl from a third-storv window of his father's hotel ami was liistauth killed. V-C rv would enjoy your dinner J and are prevented hy Dys pepsia, use Ack.er'8 Dyspepsia Tablets. They are a positive) cure for Dyspepsia, In digestion, Flatulency and Constipation. We guarantee them. 2-5 and CO cents. Frank II. Coblentz, aimer Market and High streets. The Uev.vW K. McLaren, the distin guished Kpiscnpal bishop of Chicago, was in Itsktcity tditor of the Cleveland '(out IhnliT SIIII.OU'S VITAI.IZKK Is what )..n 1 w .. , neeil for consumption. 1. ili77li.es.v and l ...,. to, .oss of ppetite' ins of Dvspepsia 1'rice. 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale b) F. A. Garwood Kev. Ir. Mc(il)nu has been eits'ttsl a del egate from New York to the national con vention of the united libor part) at s)ra cuse, August pi. Man) a young girl shuts In rselt out from society because her face is covered with pimples and blotches. All disfiguring hu mors are removed bv punf)ing the blood with Aver's Sarsaparilla 'I Ids rumed) is the safest and most reliable that can be Used. (leiieral Howard has ben advised tli.it a" central court-martial has hen convened to trv the Apaches who destited lettt II) anil went to raid in Arizona. OVi and reliable Jit dicineoare the best to depend upon Acker's Blood El ixir has been prescnliod for ; ears for all im j.untiesof tl.elllood Ineverv fonnof Scrof ulous. Pvpldliticor Mercurial diseases, it is invaluable. For Ilheumatism, has no equal. rrank 11. Coblentz, High streets. comer -Market and POWDER Absolutely Pure. rlThls powder never varies A marvel of pur ty. strength aud wholesomeness More eco nomical thtn theordlnary kind, and cannot he sold In competition with the multitude of low test, short vvtslieht. alum or phosphate powders --.oldonlytn cans RotaI. IIaeiso Powder Co. lrj Wallstirct. New York ONLY. $2.50, reduced from $3 from $5.50 ; our entire BorU. W if royal : Ik m i LOCAL NOTICES. I Advice to MulliHrn. Mrs. Whitlow's Soothing S)rup, forchll i dren teething, U the prescription of one of the liest female mirses anil phylcinns In the United States, and hai been used for I years with never-failing success by million! i I of iiiotl.erit for their children. During the I process of teething its value It incalculable, i It rvlievcn the child from pain, cures dysen-1 tery and diarrhaja, griping In the bowels and wind colic. By giving iealth to the i etHiaitrenUthBtiinther l"rle 5cm bottle. "" CMIilrrn Often neKl some site cathartic and tonic to . iv t rt appnuchmg sickness, or to relltve Ii olu lii'adache, sick stomach, indigestion it)sh.lsia and (suiiplaliits incident to i luld Ikh1 l.et the children take Siuinious liver Ih-gulitor ami kivji will It U ' purely vegetable, not in pleasant to the taste .and safe to take alone or iu connec tion w ith other medicine '1 here n no one artlclo in the line of med icines that gives so large a return for the money at a good porous strengthening plas ter, finch AsCarter's Smart Weed and Bella onna liackache Plasters. 4Tr In t.eii ml IMbiUtv. IIhihi liiti.ni. Coiisiunption ami Wasting in childnn. Scott's FiiiiiNlim is a most valuable food and incilhiiie, it creates an apH'tite. strengthens the mrvoin system and builiN up the Nslv "II in- bivn highly ple.i-tsl with it in consiiuiptiou. scrofula, and wasting daises, bronchitis and throat troubles." A .Ioni s, M. It., Coniersvllle, Ti mi. stitiiiiHitj; tint lllsense. The Shakers lheve that nearly all .lis - ,.a cm be prevented by maintaining per- f(-u , , They never emplov dfHtors U-cailse as soon as the digestion tieeomcs Imiii'nsl IIihv L. ft f. .li..k. ..f ,1... 1 s,lllk,.r Ktract of Hoots (Siegel's SvniPI I ,., . .. , ...,. r ,,,. .. , ,n.T.:.,l- ions reined) for dvsjicpsia. Mrs Hettie llauck writes from .Mormon (irove, (ira) son count). Texas. August 2. lsst. "i lm J httv )ears old this month, and I mint say vour meiiieine Ins provtsl a wonderful j medicine to me. When I lirst received it I could not sleep nights, and I had .1 llut lering in the pit of ni) stomach. I could not bear niVjnd or the weight of tnv clothes on it. T had a throbbing and a roir-! , mg in in) head. 1 vv.isafr.ud if it contin-1 utsl I should lose in) mind. 1 ult'iitmes thought I was too f vr gone to try anythiiir, but our mcslicme has proted a blessing toiKfntleraaatowhomJIf. Jlwilu refers and lowborn me. 1 he pain and miserable feeling in n y hei iDdetted f.-r the B-l-fce to which he owes his h. .dbtsgime. M head is Wear audi iu! relief fixmijeaw of Buffering. I3lr king, for sh ep oundi even night lean risom . , , fc. . , . , mend it with pleasure. ho woithl not.' ouum IK- this later if ou like. U fim ! "OU8 " J"kjD fill into sntiic hands mriuteil as i as, aud t Jack,, JIUa.. April 39, 13ia I am sure the can find reiief in our medl- Thb Swirr srrcinc Com axt, Atlanta. Oa. Cine. (itMtVHMM 1 have IvtaAi. Iiit&JU enUuner for . . . j rorty jrars. havlcK contracteii polmocarj and otbtr WOMEN ISrsrsftlixa; rnewr4 siri'fiaTtfc, -r wtto HfTrr rria ttiflrNiltltst prculltir tw tlr i. ah Id try THE TONIC Ttua median, eombmfl. Iron nth pmsi vtsmtabl. tnmrs, aDd w inTalaLtl. fur DirM peculiar to Women, smt all who lel sMmury Insvj It Fn riches aod fnriBea th. IIIvmI, otlmulatrs the Appetite, Mrengthcn th. .Vlniiele. and tcrse in f set. thorooahlj Inslstorates. Qwi tha cutDplsuon. and maaf. tb sain smonth. It dis. not blacken the teeth, cause headache, or rrmlace cunstipatioo all oihfr inm mttltttt l9. Atrj. (.LlzaaETB BalAD. 74 Fsrwell Arv, Mdwan- kee VV is., sajs. under dste of Dec Stsh ISM " 1 base nmsl BrownSl Iron Bitters and it has been mnre than a doctor to bm, harms' cured me of the .valine, ladies have in life. At cored me tf 1 o er Cuoijilalnt, and now mr complexion rs clear and goiid. tits also been beneficial to mr children. Mas. Ijicisa C BBaQDos Eart Ltkprt V . bits I have suffered untold mieerf fnsn Fenwie Uisnlilsmts. and could obtain relief from Dothing: Slcept Brown's Iron Bitters Genuine has above Trade Msrk and cmewed red linoc on wrapper Take no other. Made onlj br . BKOVV v. CUEM1CAL CO, IIALTIUOUU ID Satchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye. asTACUUUl 131. It eat lo the word. ttamlent Reliable! Iu BUuiluiesiis' odlBp pulntmcitt, i ritucitloia tin's Trm-i!iea tbt '11 ef feru of Im.1 dyes lesret tlie ha r soft and beeuiif e lllsck or Brown. Ft plui.tere ctren'ers ten tstpaid tn aealeil enas, of a on ertpllcartoo, men tlentnr this paper somI br ell drfiirrUu. Applied by eiperta . ittAai Wig Firforj tEalllthSL. T.CU" "SHIPHAK AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGINE Tur Beat and Suilaaary parpoMa. h9 M.1M aucaaaas Iwtaiiad. SttasialOMJistai, RlRI tfD iMtsartsM Im tha X tlloaa W WaIoU. rarJkls4S rUibtwttrk.enaM, is. Oa AAitwaat. Bead tat lllawusl n AAsI prtM btH. tn. 1. J. WATROUS. snt-tUseaaW. -rM. PERFUME by MAIL A Full Bottle Qf tha Celebrated MIKADO COLOGNE and an elr-rint pacaare of FROSTED CHROMATIC CARDS, will be sent by Kail if yoi will seal us your addr-st. nd thirty UtO) cents in stamps. FLEMING BROS..PIttsburgh. Pa. TSi iSTOPPED FREE J.f4rt-rl inert St. k losaoe Ksrsens Ketta-rd iDrLINES GREAT NPRVEKESTORFB ''J!raAIN&NKItS Ulj-lSES- Onfyturt I WfillikLK if ukea A Ted A f j fir t a- i fit Tt itise n 1 f ti i lie free w i hit trafietits l"evrirtmeii re-ncwn wtlni w-na I r-r it I. in-wt Muev I O -l eipren aJlrcs of I iflilMtoIU KI SV Jit t St Ph idetihta Pi. fcoDt.t.5U, BkttAth Ot iltITATi.K. FJtAUDS. WILSON WASHBOARDS. These Washboards eie nisJa with a Scnt-Wood nza. IteftroLtj e.t boards and lt wasuers in ths world. Fur sale Ly all dctUr. Take no otler. NA.I.-AV atlfF-fi CO.. S(k1ut, Allchlivsvn PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Orfirinal nnd Only Ucnalne. flft!fcasl lafti KrllaSlc Bw-utf wtvrthlecA ImlnuioBt, lustiiprBattbla u LADIES Ak jtMir lrmnmt he -k khtr FmciUh' ai tkt m oCtr k (ki-jw. 4tkupt W ua fcr iruculari m Ultrr bf rrlam HalL NAME PAPER, thlehttt-e tbell IV, Sllkr UrcffU every -ere. US fcr -Xahleb-a Scrs LsU1 ;ua ii IVaairvyal lltl. TaAa im uUsav. t tl IU "-I FCIIAMC'AI.hiiiI .-iIl.MM. N-. I VJI.IM K1IIM1 .it the Iten.ael I'ulj. irs nun- iiimiiuir, a irj , . . III?" Illilfs, eiiKinterini: school Iu nieric N xt Irrni belies September llth The KtniMer for T eontalnsa list of thecnduites fur tlie pistiul ' years, with their positions .iNo course of study requirements tJtpenses. etc. land! , dates ironi a distance, or thoie uiiu; m cm taut st.ites. by sptcial exanilu.itlons at their homes, or at such -schools, is they may be At tending, may determine the qurtioii of ad mission without lsltlnu 'Iroi For Kelstcr aud full information, address i)iiu .M tin). em;. 1'irector. n . . -. , . .. s. ..nsr.. .. rivniuuiAL UAraiM arcs RUtsfuiljus-d monthly by over 10000 . I ... a . L-m f .'-B1-- J-. Uk tit .UW-..W . vtilVUieis. Al-'vc rjCCiuu'H. x tfMsi( J SIlM-ruoxiiyinau oraiurutftnsui. atw , -iirficnfar 2 t-ottace tamts. Address TUE KtUXil. CutyiALCO,, IJkTBOIT, Jl'Ca For Hle by Frank, LI. .Coblsiiia gud -' llnfclinun A. to. BRO0 Vmm BE5T XvHD. sm b wTsfitJssa 1 1 i I alMJT Ti Mar1! 1 I IffwWjOfjjjJjtsfl !35Bsr. arwMKrw-Sr4 e SivuLI I Ui.eXa, f FOR THIS WEEK ONLY and $4 ; One lot of Men's Dongola Kid Dress Shoes, $2.25, reduced from $3. stock of Ladies' and Gents' Fine Shoes at Reduced Prices for one week only. ::rtar- DYSPEPSIA. I p toi i feu wt-fk. io I NnMere1 my sell thf eh tmpittii hypplle f America PurhiKthe yfnM tlMt I Itnvr betn 'ltUtcted I h ivf tried lin."t etrtltluK claimed to be 1 pei tfii f r I'VIIm piU ill the hope of nwt.nui'H?thm; th it u uli) iffonl jnr ninent n Mnf hid about made up my mind tn abtndon ill mMicfne when 1 noticed in t ndrHMmcnt of Mnimoiw l.Her lltculuor hy a prominent (Jror Klin, i Jurist whmn I Wiiph and concluded t't tr? iH cirect in iuy ie I have uetl hut twit tM.tt!t-, ind am atlflrd thit I hiventriuk the ritfht thlnKtlast I felt It berj4 fici il eflert-t almost Immediately. I nllkp all ntbi r preparatlnin t i Mmilir kind no spef ni intnictlons nrr rnrniirfd att'i whit one hill triliili nt t-t This fart alone ouht to commend It to &U troubled with DipepHta .1 N. HOLMES, lnelaud.N' J. CONSTIPATION. To Tiirii regular hlit f bin1j with out i h inline tlie diet or tior- KaiiUinu the jtemp tak ' pill linilt?' I IHTD DrPIMITnD H MMUNh LIVLH HttjULA UK U",""UI," LI,L" "LUULni Ull. CENUINt UVSTFiCTV MI) BT J. II. i:il,IN A CO., riilladelpliia. Mexican War Veteran. The wonderful efficacy of Swift's Spts?lne M a re-ne-lr and cure for rheumatism and all Mornl dl eaAes, has m ver ha.1 a more conspicuous UloatraUtn than this ca. affords. The landld. unsolicited and rmphattc testimony ghen bv the venerable gentlA man must In acceptKl as conTlnctnir and conclastTa. ntrlliniitcitinof MlsaissippL The i, llx-siiea In. tte Mexlraa War. but not till ine lit of Man h, lil. dU I feel an j tjmptom of rbeumatLtin. ?n that day I wai .uJdenlj stricken with that 01 9tu6 la tth hit n,l anklet. For twenty dayt I tralkisl on crutvhes. Then theirain w aa leva rlulent, jut It fcblf tsl from Joint to j 4nu For wrk I wrmld ' oe totally dtMsi, either on one fkleof my body or I tlie uthtr. Th- imin uerr left me a mouient for leTen ears and (.lenm'nith thatlfrrmSl&rrh I. I IS7J, wlio.I wan Urt atnu.k.i4l, lo October l.l'W. m U n X w as cnrvU. imrlnj; tbese eteTen years of In ietfte vuBeTiixg 1 tried lnnuiaerabta prvvcrlptlona fromTariona r'tiTticlans, and trlrsl eTerythlny ui ete1 bv frienla, but if I ever ivcelved tha leaat . jeueflt Ironi anr mtsliclne taken lnternallr or ex Ufiiallv, I am not aware f It Finally, about tha irttt of S. pttratsf r. I made arran;onu nti lo go to tha Hot Sirtmrsof Arknnut. havtcKspalreiltif arery Mher remedr. when I acciJrn tally met an old ac quaintance, rr. kln. now i f the Lawrence lloiwa jf thlsclty. He hadoncieen a creat aulTerer f rum heumatlm, and, as I upr-ood. had been cured 3y aTl-itto liot Sprltifij. Itutvhcn I met him ha .old me that hi vl-.it t the Hot Springs was tn Tain he found no relief Oa hu return from UutSpriiiM w heard, for the f rst i tme, of the S. 8. S. as a rtinMj urrheumatfm. Iletrlett it and fix bottler made a irapletecure, Sewralyearahateputtdslace, but &e han had no it turn of the dUeaxe. I immediately returned torrr It. In SerteraWr I took: four bottle, and by the lint ot October I wan mbU as Tartu therheuuiatlsni hu cont-erneL All pain ha 1 dtsapisMred, and 1 mvc sot ixlt a twnac sr IT SINCE. Itiateno laterMtln maklnir this statement rther than tte h0 that It raaydireet some other suHerer to a sure ource of relief, and If It has UUsnuItl im well rewarded for mr trouble. 1 am Tery re spectfully and truly your friend. J. JI. li. UaaTLs. For sale by a' I druUts. Treatise on Blood and 3L Lu Diseases uiailcd two. Tins Swift Sprcrr ic Co , Drawer T, Atlanta. Oa. s Oil -i a u i e i So sr2 1 ',. .1 ' s ,i. Bmaate' .X laaTtiaffiar). la.7 ua -i It . -i:- Jir -j? .. -i M afsUFACTURED ONLYT1 EEOaMAtZBETHsiEQ VITTSBU3GH!PA3 FDRSAI EALERS EVtftY WMIRE. FS-tglntTnfl sii'iiF.viiia SaWfilia srnil avrts.sinr our ounce hnx of VV asie Kmtiroltl. errSUk.woiil(lciietSl InsLelna. VVllOLXSaLB falcl Lieism ntonlj wlaai.pUittonUat-coinpsuilcclliJ tualnesa card. I CURE FITS! Wtsa I m; evea I in imx m thflr i t&a tor a lima aa4 ibn l.fs ibtrm ttiurb (Oe 1 B)wkma a nvi k&J (.ma, I h..a bait diM f FITS. UI .UPSY or rLLINO SiCKNtv a lif Ion st4y. I Arrant Bf im4t t cm tn ort Ca. ELKtM Otbstia ha falls I la im ril ir But M traCvlfUC . tSattuvl at wnct tbt tioaisM vJ Pts-a bsvtil ( my InraJlltl rtm1; i.ia I tpn-.a ant PoalOtBc. It euaM y awiUac br ttiaT. anJ 1 ill er yv. It vm brlnir. Into healt hyplay 1 00 arpiu rruaj nj uay AUJ lUirubltei the Syttrtn through. Yto tu tro w ti ot he-ui to sola )f fihttal- It cures tL Pllea, It opens ijfire. Lost appetite It thn rw- stores, Wle families throalioQt IhUnl SKl.TZEUnearat hanJ. Keep TAB KANT' CANOPY TOPS. "Tr .Uendy Tritiimrii. f.HHi l Anurhrd. eir -iylr for all -i.Ct. ilUri "lylfwl of WnsuiiH. 1-jrife dl rounu to bultdtr and ifdl.'-r- vnil for lUu-tr-iiM IYi.f Uit. I.;. KKKItS-V t. .NfHlOUU, Cvuiu HONEST HELP FOR MEN. Tay no More Mnniy to Onackn. I .d .-- . T WILL send you a i." eif I'tne, dlscoT- t 1 ered alter thirty yeirs' eieriraentinir. . whkll le-r tiU,uul r..sH juu Mlotiltl iioininKuniu cured Addrrss ileitrr Nprnnl, Hue -I (..",, 3Iilwuk r, WU. LamIFhimney i H W -i O 11 o fX S' S3 K SrtTHATTHS 0O JtJ ft' EXACT LABI.E IS Ot-J a e- - I- K IV EACH CH-MNEY A3 V J g i 5 ? 6howm in picture. ;,( S 4 eia nit ?-J 'TwlllLl' iix S r1t?ssv" "fW "2-ji C it -U- .j-Vi !AT St. JAMES HOTEL, ii-In;ti-!l, Ohio. 1 Saturday, Sunday & Monday, July 9, 10, II. Case glren up bj other pliysklans par- tfcuurljr invited. The evnerlnce'l and su esslut sm ctHllM. widely kn.iwn as the founder. t the Northern Indl in iMirgirai Institute ? vhio z .usu attention to I'hronlc or long sttndlue I'ls eases of both men and worueii and is the lni Uerl.il master ait thr-ie terrible lull.idlis )uu Ho not hate to tell turn your ailments, lie can read your complaints like au mien DooK, and will select proportion and e.imliue remedies to meet the e u t ri'iutrenients of eailiindlvlduil jie The rrsu!ts.ireaboliiie certainties' .No guess work' N'oevperln e.itsl No failures! .No disappolntiuenLsl VV ucu he takes a case he takes it to cure it liirout jind Lims. Hyou CuUJhor have weak lane, nim- -ir Sftreiieii iu thf thi-tt Itrubchltln liniut.!iiU latarrh.Larynne t lUrrh.or jny affection nf thaa rtifii lln. Is,.v.. . I 1 .,.. a. DR.JAMES YARHELL ol ine inroalur Lungs, do nut lose valuable .. , i-.nm aallireireDt vn , ., ' e-a tn tlmeor waste the i-reetnus opportunltj .. a .. sffi,. !m. isvriS cure on worthless patent menirinetisor Im x 5 &t Loul tx-a'1 t wp n. tierienceil practttivners. but apply at oinei.ii No. 1 has sleepers, but Di chanire of cars la Ir Varnell. Throat, bnot: and t atarrh "-Ve etthercastt through to Ne ioik o ha4 cUIUt. Try the u-si first because 11 will i.e i tbrxmah sleepers to st. Louts the cheapest lu the ein. an.t If sou rsll t-.fi.re 1 Free hack totralm to a'l pnVuts t-nt .f anil the disease has worked Irreparable lnjury.iiu ' Including north Lowlsbiin: caubeoureil. VrUiaoU vonll Uolcts anil fui mer tnfor- .. . ., , .. i tnatli.n.callou J I He! n.sa Heart, I. r.UIlalHl NerVe.-J. I Anent.. Arsaae. I Telephone call 310. Ityouhaveadiziinessuf the head, difficult v brcathluitaudsuSoratiUvteelincs.p.lpitatnm Iiullii.ia, Klootulngtou ami VVe.iera Kali of the heart fullness of th heart, a tlreit. ten wt. table, dlsc.iutented feeling and fear ol Im ' amiv-r rioar noicth nenilln tlinrji r ..ih - .a.A ..i .a i .H.i. ARSITK rBUBT SOICTH alontortherevenw. a desire to b alone- if I t Inclnnatl hipress your uieuiiiiy is falling.and jou are nlvinj J eandnskjand sprtniR'M Et and despondent. ..r If y.ui .Ireini mu li ,r f i a Colambui Jlall. . ten. and feel an t. rslon ttsstiety,you azc areivk raiot ssst surteruii; Ir in a sen usdisr.se f tie N. rv s. 1 litht Krpress Hraln and Heart iou have no time t "ii'e ' hicagn.M L k Kan City 11m Consult at once Dr laruell.the eipirlcnccdi" adusKj M it: and successtul Specialist ISChlcaso.M I. 4 Kan Cltyix KMiicjrs and Itludtler. If your urine ls hiithly colored, rallky or ten clear.fa passed often aud with pain, or Is scanty or t3iaiunt1ant anleastsa selltaeut of white, ropy or brlckdusc color, or It y.m have puns In the bsck. ur lel t.ik. or if there ls a heavy, draggin or bearleg tlown feeliug, or an disease ot tiausuat siupt.Jius or disagreeable sensation suchusanunuaCiral dlicharite. or itching, or hurniog. e(iti9ull l)r. l arilell. w hi exannae-s aud uruscnlies r a greater number of these difficult case (u a siuKic iiinutii uiau au oruiaary pnysician aees In a life time Diseases of Women. If you hare dragged an aching back and limbs up and down stairs for long weary months, do not think you can suTeronantt the disease wilt ultimately srer itself out This drlu&ioti has coat many a poor woman, her life Come at once to Dr Varne'l schs oures the most obstinate cases witlmat the use of caustics or the odious speculum, by a cununnn sense method of treatment which anyl.tdy can employ herself, lint remeilles act with cer talutylnall cases of Painful Menstruation. Irregularities, Suppression. Canceroas and llceruus Condition, latliug Retroversion. Vntlverslon, ll.irrenness.vea uit Indifference Leucorrhirs, pain and weakness in back limbs and side, distressing hesd ii hes ner vous prustratlon and all numerous diseases peculiar to females from youth to old age. COMIMJFII TOMOKKOn. May lis ronsuitt tl al the M. James Hotel ereij Sitnrdjy.Sund.iy and Mon day during I lie entire tuniiuer. Notice to CuntrarUin). MOTII'K Is herebT cien that the citv of li DprtDKllt'M. Ohio, will receUe sealed pro-4 IM-sal a iht-oraceoi the citycierkot said city, for furnishing all th indterUI and aolnc all theUbor fr the erection of the froo su perstructure ol a Drile ovit Iluck creek, ou tuctory street. In said city, bidder- l furnLih their own plans and specifications for Saild su perstructure. AU proposals must b for dolnc ild work iccordicc tn the plan nf abutments tn the city enislneer's office, and the plans aud siKClflcae tlons furnished by the bidders ou the -super structure, muit be signed by the (ultuuneof all p-ittks interested tn stld bid. and by some rriponslbV disinterested peMin as .1 jiiunn tee that .t cnntr.ict will be entered Into pr Tided the Md is accepted, and must be nu file In the city clerk's once on or bf re l-o'elock. noon, of Tnesilty, the 27thdavof Jnly.A I 1S7. lobe opened and publicly read trame diately alter Uo'clockof a ild d.ty. in the presence ot th mayor, city engineer.. .-.l-.t mt cityencineer and city clerk, or any two of them, and reported to council at the first mee-lne thereafter. The city Council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals presented for any reason they may deem sufficient. Py orderof eonncll Hiba J a &IIEVLTKU.CityCierk Sh riff's S lie of 1'eri.on.il I'ropertj. PURSUAXT to the command of an execution Issued from tho court of conimou pleas ot Clark county.Ohlo.and to mellrected and delivered. 1 will otter tor sale at lmlilic auction, on the) premises of William Me lure. In Clark County. Ohio, on Monday July II. V !. lssT. at j o'clock, p m. the following tie crlbed uoods and chattels, towlt 27 acres of wheat, t! acres nt corn. 2 milch cows 1 Champion hinder 4 horses, h set nf harness one hay rake.ne grain dm. - two hnnau.'.int 1 icr.a nf ttm.OhT- nr.iarla ' 1 -arrlnce-t snrlntrwa-iin. I Clirtmnion misrr 1 harrow, I hay fork said Kixids ami chattels to be sold hy order of the Lout t of .minion l'las ofClirk t'ounty. ihto. Incase of Havld kunnle piaintitf.aad William Met lure, et al. are defendants. Terras of sale- cash ..., .. UILLIA.MB EVKER.Sherilf. viirKinuQir vuio. i J P Mtf5rvr. ttorney ltt ; T TjrjfliffT aax'wpa to SELL AXir MISSOURI STEAM WASHER. To bairn a -art otmnannftm. irrfr ul .vt.ii.17. wek.iaj Wz l'rn&iou.eTjjrfTijraenrJire eil tt-nui will t Kirec TbcWaLf-rwarkftnti a rtnnaf'lr Ia oKlh &. IsM. x ?nT' Samaleifantnntwa I Weeks trlat, on liberal terms, to be re- f turned at my f xpenae if not satisfactory. $600to$2.00(teH Ii.tt-'n'.to bii-rit cukli.2 It a KtMcim4i euorna I Tery hp"-s. l-,lutratrO clrtTiIr-saaJ i raiSf-r. ( J,V03T!ISCUW'r,l7mrhlnAVEST.L3t.'iS,V0, (WMWr4IwvStAUvMMrarlLra'U'aiafn ILii.afki. ak Uu mUnal.sv.mattsiMl ?ra Tri J wmm Wboae T1TLIT Is failing Krai-UItlFD and 1 rllLlHocl-oerl':iFvi VI rut LI Va VsT-I Il! ciav rlrel a fierfeet. aisl rvIhaM. car. to thta -f FRENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES . GrfeiaaUsILr lTr. Jt V. CIV 1 VLlot Ians.1 i-auca Allotted tre all Krem It Ptir-ieiarM and beina rapidly aral I saocesatall IbtrtxlLcal bna. va ueakriaair lorfsrs an? I drali protii.tly ctectted. TltflVT Isl trlriic na. Ctn-rana.eslicalr.l(irvi-aienta,Ac. KlU-ff. CVn-alta , otoocVworli mail sliaEix erolnebt aoctors It He.. C'VUI E ACFXCT. No. 1 74 Fulton Streart. Mass to t W-VNTKU-dcneml agents, to wholesale my new motor. Rare chance, ood -ul ary or Jc on the dollar Address, v.th stamp, V I Weaver, Indlinapolis. Ind (Name tbli paper. TnteudlncAdf-ertlserBshould addxeStJ GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 10 Sl'BCCK STKEET, NEW YORK CITY, f orSELECT LIST of lJWONEWSPAPEPva Will w saint KBKK on SDnllcatlon ;i RAILROAD TIME CARD. rittsbnrg, Cincinnati nml St. Louis Kail, way Company Pan llittutl Houte. Under schedule in effect January 30, IbST, trains leave Springfield, central standard time for Xenia. Cincinnati and Columbus,! 15 a. m.. for Da) ton 17 11a.m. for Xenla and Indianapolis tlO M a. m. for Xenia, Cincinnati. Col'imbus. Indian a pohs and Chicago, 3 p m , for Xenia, Ia)tou anil Cincinnati, fi.10 p. m. Trains arrive in Springiield at rT r and 10 .'0 a. ni.. r'.-OO p. in. and ! 10 p. m. l)all) fllall), except Siindty. bwi. Doims Ti. ket Went. Ilvlsmd, Colomhua, i tiielufiHtl nnd lnainiplle rtallwny. ooisa ISBT. t Night Kinress .. iin-n 12 New Yora . Boston Kipres sMam a Cleveland Jt Eastern Express 115 cm I Vew Vork Limited Express ?Upm ooisa sotrm. 9 Night Zipress -2siun -7SDg.Cln A VVes T.x 6-Vam I Cln Hying Buckeye " s,m t Cincinnati A Indlanxnoil Kipress Hnf)sra 1 Cleveland JkClcclanatlKxprefls 10 pta 1Clott..Ind.,Ht. Louis .t Kan im 'tjipn aaatvi rtosi iist. Night Expxou ia) am t Cln Flying Hneneye . "7 wsm 1 Cleveland i Clnclanatl Expreit 1 30 pta New Vorx. Boston Jt t Inetnnatt ki 'IJipm Sill VI 'SOU SOCTI. NUht Express 1.2Sm .1 Dayton. snrtnaSeM Accoai tr't s VVsjn J New York A Boston Limited Warn i Cleieland X Eastern Eipreas tttpm r Ctcctnnatt k SprlDeOeld Acemn iJj pta It New ork.Llmlta Kxpress i is pen No. 12 has rhronsrh sleepers to Kin York and lot ton without change. No. 4 Is the famous limited express, corr joseit entirely of s'ei-pera. ea,t of v-levelaud. thrnagri sleeirs from sprtanSel' )ls:ns s w York tn iH boors aud 1! t..u In .LS O. H. KNWUT, K.K.lt(iei Agent, rralel'erot, Sprlnzaeld.O. D Ik V KTIN, 9. P. A. 9. T., Venn, a Ohio U. I'.. All trains run on Central lima minutes slower, thin city time. TK'rsSLKlVE OINU Matef. Vo. L'm York Liruitmt, daily li Ma a. 2. Accnnr..dallyeiceptsundBy 2.-fc p m. No ! j p m. Mil a. m. li Atlantic Ex. tlatlT v ' '" Txatss LKarK GOISO H est Tsaam s J'Dm llhm s,i a m lor am upm akkiti reo a-rrt 2 Eastern Cxpres.s "1 3) a m 1 Atlantic Hall "ttam ti eT ork Limited - - ISapm DEPART GOISI, SOETU. S Lakeside Express IVara t put In tiay rxpress lol am 5 .springiield and Sandusky Kx .. SApm DEPART UDISQ EAST. 2 Colnrabus Express ls'iari t Atlantic Mall Vi a ru s t'oltunbus Accommolation .. t)am p Sew York Limited IBpm DETAIT OOIXC VEST. 1 Vight Express :t6ani ihlv.nmM. L. i Kaa.Cltyllm Tt9am 1 Chicago, .t. L. . Kan. City Ex 'jlSpin Ohio titan them Ilallroait. AKZITE FRm SOrTH. 1 Dalnbridce Accommodation 4 to am 1 Jial( and Express 4 tl) p m DBPVET GOtaU sorTH t Mall and Expresa 10 IT, am I ItainbrtdgeAcctimmodatUiu "pm All trains marked ran daily-.all others dally except SuDday. standard time, which is a uimuicaaiuaci iitu .'ii ii.nriu.i,, .in,.- WM llEFFKHMAN, D. H ROCHE. Ticket AKent. General A tent. LAKE CHAUTAUULJA. XXI tu POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Directly on the main line of the NLWYOhK, PENN. &DHIDR.R. vX V , L. E. Jt W. K. R. Co Lessee) Midway Het-rieen Cincinnati and Xetr Vork Hiirbest Xaragalite Bdjr or Water on the Continent. l."0" feet abore the Ocean ami TJ3 feet above Lake Erie, distant seven miles. TIE CLIMATE IS PUBE AMD IIIIHUTIIG. The lake Is twenty mtleslonnand from ona to three miles wide. I akewood. Huvanna, tirltnth'5 I'olnt. Bemus l'nint. Uav View. Rayenswood. Martha's Vlneyard.Chautauqtia. I'olnt t aantauqna. Lone Potut. Maple -j.nus and Mo.i:lia areamone the dirfereut resotts on the Like, patronized by the surnmer visit ors There are icood hotels atevery iotnt. The Famous ('hantan-iint Assembly ll.va Its headquarters at Chautauqua Lake.and courenesln July and August ot erery year One of the most popular resorts ou th4 I tko i LAKEWOOD. Here all passenuer trains of the Netv lurk, Pennsjlranta and Ohio Kallroaj stop during tho season. It belnc the ChautauiU.s I .ike 'U ttou, aud the distributlni: point tor the ertlra lae. There are two htlels at Ltkewood. both of Immense size and capable ot accommodat Ini; Use hundred L'uests each Numerous steamers are constantly Dlyiui: the Lake, transportinc visitors t.a all points Those in search of a pleasant resort to spend the sum mer months can not find a more convenient or dellKhttul place than LakeChautaU'iua. EXCt'R-sio.v 'ii(Kirr. Via N'ew ork. PeunsflvanU and Ohio P.all rotd.areon saleat all l.n'al si tti.msand at I stations of cnnnectlmr lines frmi June 1st. Rood for return until October 1st. f J R MI VLEK.tJen -upt.,1 iereland. O i L I" KVKVIEK Cmn Pass Vgi Xe 1 irk. A E CLRK. Asst. tlen Pas lt.. Cleve- 'land.Ohlo. EASTWAKD. Dvlt-T. No. 4 Mora-R LIm'ed . 10 Sam . 5Sism ri&'iani T l'vaia 1 20am SlSam OVttT No n. Ev'nit 1 Im ed 10 Jbpin ntn r No li Atlantic Fvpress. i 10pm 10 Jpm 12 kpm 1 (Jt'pm 2 "T!pm t ipm i lopm 5 40pm 7 liam Central time. 'J'Jmitt slowerthan Cincinnati time Lv Sprliocfield . Ar lounestown " Meadville " Corry " Lakewood " Jamestown " Ituffa! ' satamanca " New York. 4 l.P'il 5 tOpia ft t3pm TlOpm " 40pm 7 supm 10 4opnl I 4upn 9Wpru 9 03am in ilijm Warn Pullman's Finest Coali"S ou all Tkrnu..b Trains. Byspepsis, Po&Itiwely Cured bjK LITTLE j HOP PILLS, ThePeoplesravont8 i Mi: digsstioi, Biitaess, Dizzistss, Liver Pilli. Uwr Complaint, Ther ot alowts but J aorelT, da not crtP -ux ffsct i luttug, and tlxerrfvire wortll a l others. (Doctor fbrxncU.) SaxalLra (HXtMandBatotajte. 8ttaiijnoaiaU SS cU. at dn-ggiit cr mailed cai rt of prlM. 1 r rntnuKPiLU cu.L sewLonuon.wi. "Xr tra the Bfcr r ?.-- ft-vaaaM ImUmwi. ri mo "" ForaAlebynll Sprlnctteld Druca,-!,!. Tke Cee.t Eaillak Prtssertavlw. Curea licoA-ncit, .s-pcmaa'tirrAra, saianona, iatttoirncy aauall uvs eue3catustl ty self abase or tn dharretlon. One nackafiv. St. rir 4.1. ' raroRTai Br man. Write for Pamphlet, f inul Karcka Chemical Co., Detroit- Bllct-u Callon oraddresiThao. Troupc.druKitlstJ s orner aiam ana ,-aarxei strwts SprtavnelaM I UDits.roiei.sErins ES-SleS-t DMCSielXla. t