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' V 7'- ;"" tJ ""'-;-. ' Ssa REPrn li ( k i ) m i j v i: v k n inc. .u ly jo i rrt. .tlkCr" i??i a P DYSPEPSIA ftuw Its ik-tlins to be miserable, hopeless, coulased. jiiJ depressed la nuuJ. ery irrlta tie. Uruniid. and tlrottsy. It is 4 disease which does not get vt ell of Itself It inquires careful. persistent attention, and a reined) U throw oft the oium'i aud tone up the diges tue orcAiis till they iK-iform their duties willingly. Hood's SarsararilU lias j-rosen Just the required reined) In hundreds of cases. I tue taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for tlys-Js-psia, f roin hirh 1 hae suffered twosears. 1 tried many other medicines, but none proved w satisfactory as Hood's Sarsaparllla." Tuuuas Oiiok, Urush Electric Light Cu Jiew Vol k. City. Sick Headache Far the last two jears I hat a Nvn iffllcU-U with koirre IknuUcIh'S and d)sr fcii. I was iiiducvd to try Hood's Sarsatu tilla, and ha.s fotiud grr.it relief, 1 cheer fully rvcommerid It to all Mka. K. F. Ja.Aiu.K,.Nfw liaen, Cotia. Mr. Mary C Smith, CambridgeiHrt, Mas.. mas aufltrcr frumdpieifcla ami mcL head acl.e. Mie tok Hood's Sarirurll-Jt " luund it the lt remedy fche eter used. Hood's Sarsaparllla 8..U l.r all druffiisl. l , fcit for $5. Made only by 45. L. HOOD i CtK. Lowt-11, Mas. IOO Doses One Dollar. No Universal Remedy huyrt teen discos eret ; liut, as at least four-nftlu of human diseases bae their aourca iu Impure Hlood, a ueJlclua which restorea tlust fluid from a de praved to a healthy condition comes as near belug a universal cure a any that can be produced. Ayer'a SarsaparlllK affecta the blood In each utaga of ita formation, and U, therefore, adapted to a frreater variety of couiplaluta than any other know n ruedicino. Boils and Carbuncles, which defy ordinary treatment, yield to Ay er'a Sarsa)ariHa after a comarati e ly brief trial. Mr. C. K. Mnrray, of Charlottesville, Va., writes that for years he was af flicted with boils which caused hiui much Buffering. Thee were succeeded by carbuncles, of w Inch be bad several at one time, lie theu began tbe use of Ayer'a Sarsaparllla, aud after taking three bottles, the carbuncles dUap Iared, and for six ) ears be has not bad ven a pimple. That Insidious Jisea.se, Scrofula, Is tbe fruitful cause of innumerable com plaints. Consumption being only one of many equally fatal. Eruptions, ulcers, sore eyes, glandular swellings, weak anil wrasteJ muscles, a capricious appe tite, and the like, are pretty sure indi cations of a scrofulous taint in tbe system. Many otberw ise beautif ul faces ar disfigured by Jmples, eruptions, and unaighH' blotches, w bicb arise from Impure blood, showing tbe need of Ay er's Sarsaparllla to remedy tbe evil. AH sufferers from blood disorders abouUl give Ayer'a 8arsaparilla a fair trial, avoiding all powders, ointments, and washes, and esiieclally cheap and worthless couiHunils, winch not only fail to effect a cure, but more frequently aggravate and courlrm the diseases they are fraudulently advertised to remedy. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, rBErasxD bt Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mats. BxlJ by all lnil.t. Price tl; ill botilM.tt. HUMPHREYS' & HUHTH2XTS LOOS Cloth &Cold Binding 144 lf, muk M-l Lafra'Maf. MilLID lt. ut or tvatar ai. w. li Fevers. CoMtUoB.lniUiitmt,on -nmw, WormitteT, UunuCtoIic , Cr UlC 4 Vile, or Telimix ot I ni ul. Atrrtftea Cbikliro or AtlurU Oymenirry , CniMnff, IUIhhi iXlic (JfWler Kurba. miiua. Vxti. Oufal. linmctiiti. .55 la-raisu lAornaeti iicracnr Hr4mcim. Nick ll-tlc!i. Wrtic HOMEOPATHIC lllllsresia. bilmu Momtcb. I IMreMraor PslBful Periods .IS .S .3.1 .i .-2S .IU .su .3 1 31 M lilies. iwrwiMiwiwi, laM'roaB. UiMxh, IiScultBrtainr.... besint. l.nrI'U. Ersirtioo. 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'""'r-..,. ,. .rijw, HIWllt'W"l'M'. i "r tTO A. HCALT. 10 Ktdte St., Chicago. m pF3PL Tnp i p 'I f ti m o t5 P. eTHATTM V JO 2 O lb tXCT OBIC 18 ON ; 1 rj I- E It ECM CMIMNtY AS m u 5 2 p shown in picture. &A o mi sfsUV HS' wk JUs9liH9aJa rT ii iM sQHbHbIQl i i1!" " -fe VsBsBasa97 Ss till laBBHsKKT i FJ t- -a V'OssWftrf - y 5 5 X MT' " i as "T. i 3 aJKrACTURED ONLVY GEO.BN SlTTS BURG r'PK3 HBV A VSBBaiBKJvlE f - A GARDEN AND DESERT. Iu the card us wandcrm,;, I mlltM (hf tl mid thri; O er t lie Jt-svrt sau.!- tluut Ol fii-sliiifs- ul wl tnurranrt cro. Out ot MtaJ 4otuij)cut-sud ueath lurU sky! vvaw a rm.4ery Know ihn. bvart. that In the bnad doitutia of Ntst'iiui; lovWy tVr ii lvt- we g uo Mtthout Cnr uunjf bhtom of loe aud fancy, slow iua- turing: ThiiL tlem wtthtresl -piiw for th- llunnp. Swl enirauriug. life fiiinuo.U tenia) bKiMjm. J lid our ftd and puult yeanuttirs iu dull U TlnnL ttnmdta. t Ihn in ntnivp,lltin Kam iHiUiJw.T jiliiu-oh. tUrLdejnliiiu lut at l-utlj it I-sti saiKlo iiUiume. ?w Of Itcjit uuuk life iu oMr-ii fru;rttUfV bluonuu ' illuim tt iliix.lm in Home Journal. YKS, III- DID. Mr Diimlovwy Wllum tall, llnely built. Intellect ii.il l.-ik.nj; man of :l. lie was bead vilemaii in n lari;e ltrtk-utway jjcibli.liinj; IimUm-. As he .-IiKl iu the More one iiioialni:, leaulii i;aiiisi mi oc to woiulei fully -chca! for thi-sreat".t of-novelivt.i-madame itiition of I)ickt'ii,, lie held in his hand the follouing note, and wore on his face a look of the ilei'in-st lHTple.lty: Wiirjv" Wh. May til. 1st Hrjia Ma Vruru l'nivihat last ...n, nl.-l , to or i-alliii. lie is very fss'riitrie. hoMeitr. j an.linsit.tliat Imi j.u dacall all mr ilolh ! lu shall Im taiitln'li of silk faln-s 1 li.tjm ytMi j taifU-rstatnl In fact, he uiil not nsvue joii if I Jou dtitmt eiinili 1 think too ha.l letter (Mine ' lilt uu SdtlinLlI aflenusm jiii.l caII in iIim ..i..n. in:, a is-rhar. w mu Hnd Suiula torlher biueerely lour-. SYMMCTKY WIIKN i)f ilk faliriis. What In tbe name of tiouscu.se had silk fuhrir to ilo with the Klrl lie IomsI Tor he lovis SMiimetry When, diil .Mr. Vellum He bail lo'l her from the time he IliM uu-t her that winter at .1 llat literary nveptioii. This means either a literary reception 111 a llat or something; else-, as the taste of the vis itors may prefer Mr Vellum had for several years lieen ready and williiiu tu commit niatriinoiiy. He had saved ulul iiiberlleil a comfortable amount uf money and had lu-en, likemiiuy men, restinj: quiescent in the hands of fate. Kjte had l-en somewhat dilatory, but when she miilgtil Mr. Vellum'. upier lest Nicki't witli one hand ami pointed the index linger of the other hand at symme try When. Mr Vellum knew instantly that the waited for visitant had come at last, Arts.. When "as a larj;e. round, blue eyed, merry inotittieil mid tender hearted girl of I'.l. with those dreams un dreamed iu her look and 111 her syiiiiathy that are so beautiful iu Uirm-i-hes and s!i enslaving to the manly heart. She lived iu some small spot on the map of Con necticut. and had a queer okl father. Vel lum heard, but for these he cared little fe was devoted to her and as constantly with her as circumstances pcrmlttisl dur ing the whole of her vlit. He would have promised to her outright but for the fat that be never had met her father, that to him very important obstacle, Mr I'niij When. L'nitj When was a character. Hishousv was n richly furnished but quaint and rambling one storv building, which lind Ihvii tiicknamiil When'i Whim bv the ! countryside, a name whose eternal titnest j iimile it slick mid stay. He was a wid ower of nniany years' loneliness ns Sym ! nietn.'s age He had two absorbiinr nas- , sfotr. One was ?ymnietry and the other i wa electricity, but winch sumd Urst iu ! his affection nouuly ronld nil. If Syni- Jretry was his danghter, electricity vfas liiK linldir If the former vra an ndora- t ion, tlm latter was a mania. Symmetry ncrscii.cotTm 1101 iiae 10111 wuicn inieresL was jaratniHUit, ami if it va lieyoml her ability it was lieyoud that of nntbodv, for j outside of her he rarely ijmke to a soul. lie was a little, thin old man, with long ' white liair aud eyes as sharp as a rat's. He looked like Sindliad's- friend. He was rich, deeply served iu his- favorite study, and suspicious of everything else under the sun except his daughter. When she came home from New York aud timidly hinted that there was another man In the World U-siili-s her father, he repressed his natural indignation like a pelf restraining Vesuvius or rather .rKtna. When she dared suggest, however, that that other man might call at the bouse .Uuiu erupted with .1 mar and Symmetry was buried iu the nshes of paternal indig tion. She dug herself out, lion ever, and returned to the uttack. The dampness of a loving maiden's tears gcadually checked the blaze of his quite uticon scionsly selfish flrus. It Anally got them under control and put them out. The old gcnllcinan at last consented, um Hindi turns, I'mt the conditions were almost as bad as no consent at nil "It's no use a t.-ilkin', Sjm," said he. 'You've lien to Farmiugton an' know probly 11 great deal more'n any girl oughter They allers learn a great deal inore'll they oughter at a lioardm' scIiikiL Hut vcr don't know uiivthlng like as much as yer father, uu' ve won't If ye live ter lw l.tKOT years old. I tell ye I'm right nUiut this. I don't keer how much tbe feller says be lotes er. I want to know how much git tip an' git he's Mt, to fight his way and yourn through the world with. Now git up an' git iu a man is uothin' in the world but 'leetricity. Illume meas ure his 'leitricity an' then I'll tell yer what 1 think of him mighty quick." "Oh, ipa' How absurd'" protested poor, iierplexcd and Uithcred Symmetry. "Alrtunl uothin'. Ain't life force and 'leetricity the same thing? Ain't the nerves the litiest 'lectrical conductors known, an' ain't every one of 'em Insu lated a perfect as an ocean cable Hain't Herliert S'titvr come round square Unsl to admit it. when tlrst oil he wouldn't hear to it ten years ago? I tell ye I'm right, Svm 1 know I'm right. It's your happiness I'm thitikin' of, not mine, ('iris don't know uothin'. They know little enough after they'ie married, but l.efore that they might as well be liabcs lu lace iar- " "Hut, sipa. vhat is it joii want Doo I 1111.111 Mr Vellum to do?" "I want him to wear silk underclothes when becomes up here, an' a silk mixed suit. I gueos they won't hurt him. I wear 'cm myself and they never hurt me." Hut bow can I write him sm-h a thing?" "You'll have to flgiarr that out for your self You've licetiloschool enough, seems to me. ' "Oh, dear'" sighed Symmetry, as she lient to her task. And with many burn ing blushes and not a few sobs shett-ed up u whole quire of note iaier la-fore she finally achieved the somewhat noncom mittal communication which found its wav to Mr Vellum's hands. Mr Vellum, however, was acquainted with none of these circumstances. He was a completely lrplcxed and aston ished as a shad which had thoughtlessly migrated from the river up a water pipe and found itself confronted by a bathtub entirely foreign to its plans. He puzzled ov r the letter all the afternoon. lie de-U-ited and he worried, lor it was ancaoy Friday Finally. Ill complet desiKiir, he wilt a telegmm. lbs Symmi-try Wl-n. 1n-n's WLIni, l-nai JuiKtusi, C-nuecti.-iil : I you iiii-an li-si-'ry au-t so furth? I. lie awaiteil the answer feverishly. It iuueat ti p. m.: Mr lstiev Vellun rrltonossa Flats, Sew -Cv- " Yes. everything. "- Kvery tiling went. When Mr. Vellum les ended tnnu the train at lleeswax .luiiction late in the following afternoon he wore silk underwear, a neat silk dress shirt, a silk necktie, silk stockings, silk mixed diagonal suit, silk hat, silky mus tache, and manners that were soft and silken in the extieme. The old ireiitletnaii. though eccentric. was none the less keen ou that account. He desired Symmetry to have a husband who could love her deeply, aud inconse quence, iherishalid tendcily care for her. He had no sentiments the old electrician. He looked uion vital force as merely a form of electrical force. He regarded the human lody simply as a complex ma chine, and all its at ts. of thought aud sen timent, as well as muscular motion, as purely electrical phenomena Hebclieved that any man's eiuo'ioiial capacity was directly projiortioiied to his Kissessioii of latent nerve force. Consequently hecalm lv anil resolutely hail determined to let Vellum wi SV!iini"V I" Hie mil 01 nis WIsM-s. out til' proos,il to MIOIVI-V . actlv how much he actually lovisl her by I kivpillg traik of the piocess with his g:ll ! vanoineter ! His plan was simply this Mr Vellum, w:ule making love, should be insulated and should be the connecting link between two 1 positive and negative wires, u Inch wires t should run fiutu tlie.in-naof hue s young dream, the beautiful twilight stillness of . the garden, lulo the matter of fact s.ilu sum and the unsentimental surroun ia I of Mr When s library. This was why he I had msistiil on silk clothing. Inrau-e he j wantisl to give Mr Vellum evi-rj show, ' and silk was tin- ls-st conductor iu tlx list of fabriisx ('onseipu-iitly having giv en his consent, he lilted up two statlonar, stutlisl tloth ibairv lieiiealli a sprcailiii elm. just w here 11 colonnade of beautiful trees led uwuy to the moonlit surface of jl ! sleeping silver lake, it was a hc.iiitfut plan-for a man's heart, U-ating with all j the higli hoies and pure and ennobling j ambitious of a maul) loe, to -.iviiiil it self, it was also a Urst clavs hs-ality to bring out all the .sympathetic clistncity there was in him, thought the old gen tleman as he survey ed his work and chuckled. The chairs were similar and were placed side by side quite close to gether The only difference lietwecu them was that Mr. Vellum's hail two narrow strips of brass rumiing dow 11 tin back Mild across the seat of the chair out side of the woolen upholstery From these slips two line Xo. Vi ivi-r wires led don 11 the chair legs, up the trunk of the elm, along a branch, across the lann to the nortico. aioiuid the corner of the house, through the library window and connected with the jsisitive and negative IhilesofMr Whens galvanometer The chairs stissl oil the platform, nlmli aj- I-ar.sl to be of rouu-li wik1. but was really a large ulate of rough glavs Mr elliini, when he olicycd the promptings of Ins deep affection, would Is- absolutely insu lated with tlie exception of the brass strqis which he would infallibly touch whichever way he sat and thereby com plete the ircuit Kvery ohm of v ital elec tricity set free by the tisychu physiological reactions of his developing sentimental IH-rttirhatloti would then-fore directly seek an equililKiuiu in the wires. If lie pre tended to loe Sv linnet rv and the galvan ometer reading was against him, the old man pmiKiseil to set the dog on him with out delay. lly dusk 011 Saturday ercniiig.v-jiiimetry waswaitiiu, in the tender trying conflict of a vouug girl's heart, for her lover's step. She knew something of the plan. She was perforce a irty to it. She did not dare to tell Mr Vellum for fear her father had some unearthly inaibine by which he would catch her at it Dn-sed ill snowy mull, with the velvet blush of the untoldilig rose iikiu her check, slit was as gentle, as perfect, and as fair as some women are who make the biblical angel u rational supposition. Drevsed half an hour tin) early she came down Malrs and stole softly and alone into the dark library where the galvanometer, with its (Mid jsilisheil face of convex glass, Its shining nickel rim, its circular scale, with the tine degree marking, and its thin, almost invisible needle, lay silent ilium her father's desk Who can tell what loving hiqies and tender fears w ere hers as she gazed timidly uimii that deli cate thing of metal and of gl.T-s iihiii winch all her life happiness ili'icnileitv Who can tell the unexpressed longing that came to her as she wished it were only a pug dog or a ilicemau or any thing that, by a woman's diplomacy, she could w in over to her cause. Hut no! It was cold and quiet and lieyoml her Hut she leaned over impulsively anil kissed it. L-tw.wl it w-irnitv unit eniri-rlv insiii its I face as all the love in her heart outshone. The needle trembled slightly iu gallant recognition. That was all. Mr. Vellum arrived duly and was ush ensl iu by Symmetry to her father. The old man eyed him sharply while they ex changed a few commonplaces, and Vellum fondly imagined that the searching glance was probing deep into his moral charac ter, but it wasn't. It was directed en tirely at his underclothes. It was a little awkward 10 ask a stranger atmtt his un derwear. iartii-iilarly when be lunl not lieen tlve minutes in the house. Notwith standing this, however, the old man was several times on the verge of it, and Sym metry was In mortal terror. She wxs so nervous thai she could neither talk nor sit still. She rose to her feet. "Mr Vellum, wouldn't wouldn't you like to take a walk It: the garden?" she asked nervously. "It is beautiful tu see .he moon rising over the galvanometer." "The which"'' asked Mr. Vellum, aghast "The- lake, the lake, I mean," she said hastily, blushing hotly iu her trembling; misery. "I should be dt lighted, I ftiil sure," said Vellum. He looked askance at her father. "Oh don't mind me, don't mind me," said the old gentleman, quickly. He whs rubbing his bauds and seemed as pleased as if he were going to walk himself. The two men rose, "lie natural; all I want Is for )ou to be perfectly natural," he whispered rapidly in Vellum's ear. Vellum stared at him as if he classed hlin as something decidedly uunaturaL "I'll a I'll erdeavox to be," he said, drylv. Out of the door and down the wide graveled walk the lover and the loved one I passed. The languorous hush of the sum mer night was perfect. The dewy air was laden with the scent of flower and shrub 11111I tri-- Yonder through the big dark elms the great gold moon was climbing the black velvet wall of the sky. Ah, yes, Mr. Vellum' If ever in all the dusty years of dusty commerce you or any other man would chooso to be measured by the impartial Cupid of exact science, it would Ik- uism a night and in an hour such as this, with the pure and warm and pre cious thing In gauze upon your arm. '. he old man was soon lu a state of fu rious imgititic uce. Three times had he sat himself down in his library chair Ix-fore the instrument, and three times had the needle stood motionless, only sending him liack to the door to discover that they had not taken the (hairs, but were stooping over a Ilower. or lieiniing over the crystal rim of the little lake, or standing still to breathe in the magical radiance of the wonderful silent inoou. Hut at hist they nppmaihed the seats. They sat dow 11 as intended. lie rushed back to the library und How the old man's eyes lightened! The needle had gone from (I to a the minute Vellum touched the chair. Then the old man plumped himself down in his seat, and with the shaded lamp light sinning brightly on the lace of the instrument and bringing the watcln-r's nose and mouth in full relief he watched with all his eves. I..n .....I -..ll,,,., L1ll,.1t (11.1 J3y liuiieii 1 , s.iMi oiitui .-i""ij ! 1 earnestly alone with her iu the shade of the elm "it seems to ine this is the hap- . piest i.igni 01 ...j me ,.,.' The needle rose slowly as be spoke- from J to 1 Ilusli m., . ,h J "Tehee," ch.i.klcd the old man in the ""tl'a do vou know, dear friend," Mr. j Vellum continued, "that it will lie the niihappiest of them atl If you choose to make it so. ., I , .. .1.. ...tl ,.,. In. 1 lie iiepressioii 01 mc- ain-naiouin-i tion iu Vellum, through his fear, sent the needle Kick to 10. Symmetry said nothing. The needle went to 8. "What in thunder has happened?" ejac- ulated the old man uneasily. She could not vieak, she was so K-auti- 1 fully, hoiK-Iesslv iu love that shedarediiot ' trust herself l.i'vay one word. She could ' onlv turn herself mutely to the man 1- I side her and let the v.ft luminance of the I moonlight sift down to show the ghost of the happy fears that lay in those eyes. ' that were -si earnest und ahght with love. Vellum felt a great throb of jo)' s ", saw her meaning. The needle jumped I like u tlash to :. "Ah'" said the old gentleman cheerily. Ali-li-h h'" he continued patronizingly, us it crept steadily up to ... "I have never loveii any woman, sam Yelluiu with slightly husicy liitenseness "1 have thought ut times that they woulV be iu nil my life as things apart, llitl from the moment I met jou. Symme try' He drew n long, silent breath. The msslle was 40 and u fraction. "High tension," said the old mull, (diall ing his head "Suthin '11 have to give way potity soon " And with his right thumb and forefinger he twisted it com- i.r. i-Uoili lost tl fiiltltest iwrl of no 9 royal inat POWDER Absolutely Pure. This poviiler never varies A marvel ot iur rily. strength and wholesomeness More eco nomlcat than ttie-irdlnary kind, and tMiinut nesiild In coaietltiuii with the multitude of low test, shiirt weight, aluiu or phosphate Powders Sold only in cans. IUiyal U&kiso "wi fio in; Wall street. N'ew York ,,. atcning inteiul the while, , .., a,, atTaM , s. ,.,,. .,,. ( ,.. , .y"-Vellum was great lv ngit.itcd-the ,!,,, ,., .,. k mtU- "It -.-ems to . s jf mv ,vll()It, ,f(, . 1!1IlcMlg , ,w lialance " tin- liis-.Hi- was ". I -but could on. darling, would you le you would mi wife ' His arm went forth in unconscious ap Pf-nlihg to bel shotililei ft utssed alslut l.cr iiirk of its own accord tin- loving girl sank toward hint liken beautiful Is-tiiliiig lily, her be.iil was iqioii his shoulder, ami in that kiss of juTfcct. of intense and traiisiendent worship her lover's lips were pressed to hers Two hundred and the iiiavitiuini. It had jutiiieil there iu a Hash The old man s hair was on end and his eyes were bulging Tin- needle clung to the limit like a mussel to a risk. It would fiavs overon the negative side, lly luck, try to get higher, and "Snap"" there c as a f.-unt sound The delicate lt.il.-mce bad broken Thegahau imeter was ruined. The old man wns wild. He was as mad as a whole convent 1011 of hatters. His ict uistriiuii-nt' lb- almost frothed at the mouth He rushi-d through the hall, out of the diir, down the walk, aud Hew at Vellum. You scoundrel' You've smashed my galvanometer," he roun-d. "l'e kissed your daughter, you old fool, nvirod Wllum Uick at him. "Oil." s-iid Svmmi-try iu anguish. She shivered in love's fear The old man's t.-u-e was a study. There was not a simi of anger 111 it. .t Vellum's words, as if by magu. his look had changed instantly to one of deep interest ami oiiie hi-sitatmii "Y'011 a 11111 kivst-d her, vousa)?" "I did." s.-ml Vellum, without the least apparent shaiue. "('mid von a ahem." The old man was really confused "Could you a I've got aunt her giihanoiiieler could you, could you kiss hcr,a.rainv'' "Well, rather ' Vellum did not lose a moment lie kissisl her soundly, and she did not dare to di-niK-) . Oh, no stop I didn't mean" The old gentleman was thrown olf hislmlanct llut lie was helplessly in udih-mma. He stood silent, eu -aiy ierplcxed. "Will you take me for a son-in-law?" asked Vellum squarely. "Oh, yes; of cotir-e.' returned the old man, a little abstracted. "When u wheu'll )ou be up again '-" It was -ome time before .Mr. Vellum be came aware of the mysterious concomi tants of his courtship When he knew he laughed long and loud. They are married now, and Symmetry seems to share her father's interest ill the exact sciences. At icast sn thinks that gidvauouieter the most jK-rfisi't mechanical coutrivauce in the wide, wide world. 11. J. W. Daui lu New York Tunes. WHV IS IT .. rheumatism and neuralgia are ..1U-11;' This question lixs not Is ..i.-lorilv anssereil, but it is ur I ihe diseases are not only the 11 II il l-ut among the most common, u i.- in -inber ot nearly every family in . . I is the victim of one of these tin Mentor. Indies si-em to be ss.uil.i. de to neuralgic attacks, wbnh, in I 11 ol neuralgic headache, pain in t k, or nervous pains are oi constant r.-n v Not until the discovery of Alhl ros h ul any remedy been found I i.t rheumatism, neuralgia or nervi- 1. belie, and they were generally le I to lie im-urahle, Isit Athlophor . Ii.-.a pro veil to lie not only a r-in n- fir these dise-ises, iu all their van. .11-. but a ir remedy. If, in the 11 Athl-jJioros, the lioncls are kept-- n, iu siicxvsa is fcrt-iin, and to aid th. hi.. (.In. ros Fills are rtssiiuineii.lt itt ii, while providing the necessa. tlnrlic, will lie found to be a valiial- I to the action of the medicine. Athl t.inis is no exierimc-nt, it has been testt 1 1 h is prove.) its wonderful efticacv. I'ne Atliliipliorip. Fills were original ..-ptrtsl as a remedy lor use in connect!' 1 h Athloihoros, for rheuuiatisiu ai -.ir.ilgia and kindre.1 isimplainta. t's. 1 isMiiiectiun with that remedy, they a, . certain cure for either of these very con 11.111 and distressing diseases. They ha- U.i been found to Is: an invaluable reinc r .my an I all diseases arising from vitiab .lohl or general debility. They are ie iallv valuable for nervous debility, bh ii-Miiung, dyspepsia, distress alter eatin tea la. he, tsitistipation. loss of appc-tn in.l all stomach or li.ir truuliles. I iise-ises of uouieii they are invaluubi I'liesi- pills are ierfectly harmless and m. s! safflv used bv adults urthildn-ii. i'estiuioiiijls of those who have lit--11 red will be sent free on application. Kvery tlrnggi-t -hoiild keep Athlophor. nd Atfilopliorov Fills, l.i-t where they : mt Is.- Imuglit of llif ilrnggi-t, the Athl phone. Co., 112 Wall St.. New- York, w end either 1 carriage paid' on receipt egular priie, whicli is 1.00 per boti jr Atlilopliorosand ""'. for Fills. Dave O'lltleii, the comedian, who has completed a two years' term in the Ohio Fcliltent a y for Illegal voting iu Hamilton county, has lieen discharged. He look a pledge of total abstinence for all time. VttYi.l'W wl,y Acker's VAVsVJW iti(Ki Elixir XC n-arranted. Is because It is the best v ;KlUu kllowu Jt ,,, u lively cure all Wood Diseases, purifies tbe wLolJesJ8tt;miadt,10mgllb. biiUsuptbe constitution, llemc-mbc-r, t. o guarantee it Frank II. ('oblcntz, comer Market and High streets. 'riiMii rrt turn IiiiihImsI iniii. .if ii..iis ...... .... ,1 ,.7 .., iu Saratoga. , SHll-OH'S VlTAI.l.Kl: is what yon j need for consumption, I .oss ot Aps-tite' Dizziness, and all syuipbuiis of l)ysKs.a price lu and 7 cents -r Isittle. For sale by F. A. (iarwi-od. - A lady who advertised lor a gill to do "lit housework received a letter from nil aiipliratitwli.. said her health demanded sea 'r. " k"l "here the lighthouse was situated. To most chlldrt-li. the bare suggestion of a dose of castor oil is nauseating When physic Ls iiM-ev,arv tor the little ones, use Aypr-S Cathartic i'ills. The) are safe and pleasant to take. Tiy them. It seems atlslird tlutt tVMi griat countries If it were shad, might be Mime Codfish makes should ipiarrel overcodh-l tireven br.siV trout, tin ...ni-., nlmiit it lilt t i-mli.-li us tired. I'uck. A C vim. -To all who are -uiffcriiig from errors and indiscretions of youth' nervous weakness, early decay, loss of m.uihotxl, etc.. I will send recis-that will cure you, free of charge. Tills gieat reimsly was dis coveied by a missionary iu South America. Send self-addressed em elope to Kev. Joseph T. 111111111, Station 1. N'evv Yolk i-it I (,l 1 hrln 11 (,'liiini'e! I That Is to say, your lungs. Also all your ' breathing machinery. Very wonderful 111a ' chluer) it Is. Not onl) the larger sir pass-' ni;e. but the thousands of little tiib-r-1 and lavitles leadinit trom them When these aie churned and choked with matter which uuttut not lulu- theie. vour lumrs cannot halt do theli work. Audi what the) do. the) cannot do well. t'all it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia, ' catarrh, consumption, or any of the family of throat and nose ami head and lung ob-' structions. all are bad. All ought to lie got ' rid of. There Is just one sure way to get , rid of tliem. That Is to take Boschee's j licniia.il S)rup. which an) .linguist will sell j )ou at 7.ri cents a Imttle. Kveii if ever) ' thing else has failed ynii, )ou ma) dels-lid nmii this lor cettain. : . lu. lire I'aft dismissed the attachments -e- ' i-iireil by a number of creilltors of the Kl ilelity bank immediately after Its doors wen-closed. The claims of the attaching creditor, excetsled SIlMl.niHI. I Kirv All tits st pissi re-by I r. Kline's (ileal Nerve Ib-siort-r. No tits after first day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and i'J trial Imttle tree to tit raves. Send tu l)r Kline, till Arch street, l'hiladelphia, l'cnnsylvaina. L.OCAL NOTICES. Atlvtc to niithsts. t Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothlug Syrup, forchll-1 dreu teething, U the prescription of one of the boat female nurses aud physicians In the United States, and has been used for j 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 dlarrhuia, griping in the bowels and wind colic By giving Lealth to the , uhtld It resUthe. mother, l'rle iSc a bottle. In lleneriil lelilllt, Kiiiaelatloii, Consumption and Wasting in children. ' ' Scott's Kiiiiilsiou is a most valuable food 1 ami medicine, it creates .111 ap-tite. ! I strengthens the nervous system and builds 1 I up the lusty. "Have been highly pleased . with it in consumption, scrofula, and 1 wasting disi-ases, bronchitis and throat troubles." A. Junks. M. 1)., CornersUlle, Tenn. ' C.n ink. lomiFoitM tile Miia 1 iini.s iu ! any form In the treatment of catarrh or hay ' fever should Ik-amidisl, as thev ale both j injurious ami dangtroiis. Iodoform is I e.isil detected by its offensive odor. The ' only reliable catarrli lemedy 011 the market I bslay is Kl)'s Cream Halm, being free from i all i-oisonous dnn;s. It has cured thousands 1 of acute Slid chlonic cases, where all other I remedies have failed. A particle Is ap-pln-d into each nostril; no pain, agreeable I to use. l'rice tifty cents. v,re nr IiiUiiiiii-iI Kyist v-o-eilll., (-nri-il lly the use of Darby's I'mpti) lactic Fluid. j It allays the Inilaiiimatiou and irritation, 1 and is i-cciiliarly efficacious by reason of its Kiwer iu cleansing and destroying all ' siiviiioiis matter. Chafing, hniises.liiiinors, I eruptions, boils and sores, and those more serious and tenacious iualailles.Scald Head, Salt liheitm and KrysljM-las, are siieetlil) 1 cureit by the Fluid. I Tln-rti is uo one article in the line of ui.sj. 1 ieines that gives so large a return for the ! money as a good porous strengthening plas I ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed and liella- I omia backache 1'lasters. 47r vlaiiitiliig Hut lilseivse, The Shakers believe that nearly all tils-, cases can Is- prevented by maintaining tier-1 feet digestion, lliey never employ doctors Uvaiise as -sum as the digestion becomes I impaired they take a few doses of the ' Shaker Kvtract of Knots (Siegel's Syrup) and health is the result, for It is a man cl ous it-uiedy for dyspepsia. Mrs. Hettle llaiick writes from Mormon drove, (J ray-' son county. Texas, August 2, ltsSl: "1 am lilt) ears old this mouth, and 1 must say 1 your medicine has proved a wonderful 1 medicine to me. When I tirst received it j I could not sleep nights, and I had a ft ut tering in the tilt of my stomach. I could 1 rwit iikHar mv nami ur inn wfiint ir mv hand or the weight " . ... ' ' clothes 01. it. 1 ha.1 a throbbing and a roar- . 1 111 .7.,,. ., 1 iiigininy head. I was afraid if it contiii-1 ucd I siioui.i lose my niinil. 1 ollentlines thought I was too far gone to try anything, but your medicine has proved a blessing to me. The pain and miserable feeling in my bead has gone. My head Is clear ami I sleep soundly every night. 1 can recom ruenil It witli pleasure. Who would not? You may Use this letter If you like. It may fall into some hands afflicted as I was, and I am sure they can lind relief in your medi cine." Cleanse-il, I'lirifi 1 und lleauli lltd by tlieCuti-rura Keniedie.s. KurHeanalnelhtf Skin and Srnlp of Uisfx uriutf Humors, lor allajlnn Itiliin;, liurniiiK and nr.itnm;ttion, (or curlni; tlit firt .tyinp tiiiu-i.il Kcziiia. !Sorlalflt Milk Crust. v?caly Hfad.ScrufuK, and other tuhfiited Ma and Hlttul Disfa. CtTHtRA. the nrrnt .klii ('ure, .tud Cltici a .Njt. nn ea'iiiisltt ktu Htaullfifr. fXtiTUAlly. and Crnn ba Hhsl vrT. thne H1oh1 Iurinr. lnttrnully, are luUlliMe. A C'OMPI.KI'K Cl'Ki:. 1 hac ultfred all my life with kln dls ni-f a til nnerr nt kluds and liatt iiftt r tdiind per in. n-at rrlit-r. uutU. hi tht aivur of a i tsl Irlfiid. 1 uifd your vaiuatilt Ci na r t Kru"iis I ae thfia a thtr.'Uis'h trial, u-iuti 111 b.tttlfH it( (lit CtrittKi KkMLkNT, twi tox-t 1 1 TUTtt aud ificp cakes of Cith'lb Sai. and the result Has juit what I had teen laid tt Mould Wi complete cure 1.KM.I. WUK. Klehuioud. Va. Hi-Irretice ii. V. Latimer, drulsl. Klch uioiid. Va. ut khi;i l 1 IKH-. I ui troubled MithSalt Kheum (or a nunr brtit years. o that the skin entirely came 1T oue of my hands trom the Ancer tips to the wrist. 1 tried remedies and doctors pre sv-rlptfoiis to no purpose until I commenced taking t nti k. 1U-hiii and now 1 am en tlrely cured K. T. t.KKKH. st?j Northampton St., lloston. iKr.;;isrH kmmiksk tiii.m. Un- sdd a 'inautlty of your Cuttcura it in t-dles (rue i.I my cuslomert. .Mrs. Henry Klulz. who had tetterou her hand to audi an nteiilMs I u cause the skill to peel off, rind fur itfht j ears she suit red greatly, was complete I ly cured ny tlie une of y.ur medicines. 0. N. NVK. lnwutsi.antui.Ohlo l re ii ix., t ai., riMri.v. Kor the last ear 1 h.ne had a species t itchlit. scaly and pimply humors on my face to which 1 hae applied a urcat many methods of treat Tien t without nuecess, and which was speedily and entirely cure hy t rui ka MKS. IrAC lMlKLrfi. Haeuna, .NO .MKIIICIM. I.IKKTHKM. We have s.ld your Citihk KKwrnir for the last fix iears, and no ntcdiciues n our sheltcs kIo- he Iter salitaction. '. K. ATIIKKION. UruKiliKt. Alban, N. Y. fiTicrit Hrwaitns are sold eerywhere. I'rlce liTitHt,.'k; Rk-MtLV.r.il. Sor.V; prepared b the 1'orrca Iiarn m t'liniiii i. Is , llontoti. Mass. -ml lor llttv i Core kin !Mente. QpllpC I'iniplrs.Skin Hlemiihis an.l Hahy UllUUJjUi,lorSiClirrj hy t, i tiiK. Jmiii- Catarrh to Consumption. Catarrh, In its destructive force. statutsneit toaii.t itiiiliiutiteilly leailsou to consumption. It Is llierefure siuuuUr that those aniloli-a with this fearful disease shouM nut make tt tin-object uf their lives to rhl tlieinsi-lvesof it. Iieeeptite remedies, c.in.sH-te-i hy ignorant tireteinlers to meilical KuutsleilKe. haeweak eued the eounileiiceot a great majority ol suf ters in all advertised remedies. I hey become resigned to a life uf misery rather than tor ture themselves with doubtful palliatives. Hut this will never do. Catarrli must be met at every stage and combated with all our utiitht In m:tu cases thetlsrasehtsassiiiii--,l dfiui-eriitis symptoms. The bones and cartl lace of the nitse. the ontans ot hearini-. of see lug and of tasting so aftVcted as to tie useless, the uvula so elongated, the throat so Inflamed and Irritated as to produce a constant and distressing cuuith. ts-ottii's Hvnicti. Ci'BK meets every phase of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the must loathsome and destructive stages. It is lucat and constitutional. Instant iu relieving, permanent In curing, safe, economical and never fallllur lUt-h psekage contains one bottle of the Kti-H i CcKk. one boi Catviihii SiiVRST.asd an Iki-kov in IsiitLkK. with tlettise. price. 31. I'llTTKK llKl'O AMI C'llRMICAI. Co , llOStOU. KIDNEY PAINS. if m IN IINK MIMTTK that weary. 1 ISV lifeless all gone sensatlou ever prrs 1 sslfiit with those of Intldued Kldnets, Weak li.ick and Loins, Aching Hips and .s'ldes. I'terlne Pains. Weakness and lunam uiatl.in, is relieved and speedily cured hy the Cut I corn Aiitl.Pnltt tln.ter,aiiew. origin tl. elegant ana iniaiuuie animate to pain and in fUmmittnn. Mall druggists. 25c; Die for SI. 1 or ut Potter Drug and Chemical Co., fiostou. SI MD SCALP BOOK BINDERS I VV v rvyv wou-'l rDJ? Jour dlnntr 3 nd are prevented by Djs- T-epsIa, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. They are a iositive cure for Dyspepsia, In digestion, FlatulsQcy and Constipation. We guarantee them. 'J5 and 60 cents. Frank ii Coblenti. corner Market and lluth Streets Trie latest edition ot the I nited Mate Fostal (iuide lepoits a new county in the slate of Kansas under the name of (ireele). The number ot towns in this count) is two. Their names are resjus-tively Horace ami Tribune. Fortify the system, b the Use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. against tin diseases pts-tiliar to hot wea'her. This iiitslieine induces a health) action of the stomach, liver, and kidneys, causing tliem to pievent the ac cumulation ot the misoiis which produce diseases. 'Iheielms been a wail during the week from lleiliu iiiaiiutai-lurers ot made-up dress giHsls. who s,.t- each) ear less and less American demand for their stock and fewer and fewer American drummers there 011 biijlng trips. All this is because America has recently begun the uiaiiutacture of ready made garments to a large extent. Jv V "iv rvVvV alwaTS havo IV V t-AVVtVV AcvPr.s itiy IdHither at hand. It Is the only safe medicine yet made that will remove all infantile disorders. It contains no t;a'm or Morphine, but gives the child natural tiise frvm yniii. Price 25 cents. Sold by Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. A QUESTION ABO VI Browiis Iron Bitters ANSWERED. Th qoMtioa hu p-njb&liljr Inmo aakd Ukouaand u timoj, .al"w cu Brown's Iron Htttn runt vrr) thiaa" Walt, it d -rot Hut ItduMiearsanrdiMa- ft wbicti a repatbl phj sician wuuld prwcnb I KMi' I'tlXUcitn rutoutujM Irnu ah the bsAt nwtarktl AsSTfsot known to trw pmf-Maiaii. nd lOvJairr of uy (st-a4in eitamical bnn m ill tubw-'Anl i-xW tu aanrtuo that ttr art roT Dreparat un ot imn than of anj itbtT Bubsttanc" mA in raedi-ritM TtiM -lbowt ctn rluttiTMly that iron m caii.lw(UiJ u bv tha ai-jt; uniurtJit (itorin-iiorfssfalrntsjicajprcllo It n brfr a ixraarkatil f vrt, tht prr Lu th diMMt r,v.f ItUtlW'-tmiN IUTTKKS.oW,rri III utfctor7 irun rutobioatiun had Tr ba fiMind, BROWN'S IRON BinERSr'c:-: bidcaii. ur prvNluccimiitipiiNi alt ol bur iron lrdirlnr.Ja.llli(ly.'SI!tt;illTTi:itS rnres IndlaestlAB. nillousneiM, WeaknrsM. Ilprplu. Jlalarin, t'hllls and Ffnts Tired Ferllaa.f.eaeral tlrbllil j,Pln 10 n vide. Hark l.iuibs,!leaiUrhesnJ Neural Kin lis- sit Umh-i silmuats Iron Is pnsicriUsl dlt BROWN'S IRON BinERS.eTr: tuinuu. lik, U ottuir Ihoruiwh uk-IkIm. It x-t" 1...1, Wlsm tskra br " ll Hist mnptisn ol botit u oew.t .osrer Ttl, raascks- tba Ussnm? Qrusir, Um lUHMtwo imprnvs. th tsiwnlt m wtio In m--kis ttM.ffect is amiallr mf-j. rspid slid mftrkM T !?? ?"" M "" '" bnMt. th, ski, ck-n up. asslUunitciiniM tothrrlMs-ks. nmNiis disspiswrv, faniti ml dfrsn.mmtii Ussmt. n-irn lr. sad 11 noisinx m SImt ahatslAnt MiMtimAnck upt-hd tor th. child IUnn.l-ir Mruwn'. Is HittrssiUMllM,V Iron mslniu ttul U s i tunnus. -A,,.-t.ii.l r tviirMunmi.li. Hi. (i.uafo. bu IVaiIh Mik Msl rruvs-d nsl hut uu .fkiKMr TAKF NO ITllKIdV BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. !C. St. UUMVKUSK, DISTAL rASLOSS. Rooms da e. alltonell ttloek. tit A.Utwis, 'TV DISTIBT, K.Cor Main aud Market bts. w.M- SMITH. saves or aohisu tth oirraa WITHOCT rIK, Masonic Bulldlag. JOB PRINTERS. Ha. 1.IMIUIOKKU..U and 57 Arcade. Print er. EavraTCr and Fashionable Stationer. Wedding it soda and calllug cards a specialty. UNDERTAKER. WW A ilUimy -t ?! iriisn a ar sfuu . " .JT w. a w w.i-' IF Office and Wareroom. 4t W. Main st, HestdencelW W.llluhst. "- BOOK BINDERS. JOHN MO At DOKNaT. LstssuorTHS s. L. BAaarrT A sos's sooi B1KDIST, 17a West Columbia, street. General Book Binders and iilauk Book Mane faeturer. OLD RELIABLE TEC El J. D. SMITH CO OLOHK HUIlUITvia. Oarnsr Wul Ulch Mt. and Waluut All.y ! AND STATIONERS. Blask Book Work and Legal Blanks Sneclaltv. WHMIn! WhoM TITAMTV U fsllinir. l:r.l UUAIS. KD sno KXU Vt s r UU ur l-o.-r -I f:U V I IK I.LV U AST. l majr tlml a n-rfis-t and rvliASis curs la tb. FRENCH HOSPITAL, REMEDIES Adoi'l by aU rYrfK'li lhrisini and t-iDf raptdly and fun-oMfnlfy lotrvduerO ben. . rmtirnmic Utmt ana' Jralaa prvnitly tbetki-.l. ri:i!1 INK Klvlutr n surHiMlnMlia.leii-Jui-wtusrnu,at: KlCKK. ChtntutU UuntuitUsur Uw rmiljwtLbm rrmiH-nt doetun KliElC CyiAl E AGENCY. No. 1 74 ullon Street. Utw Tar PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.'1 The Original nuil Only (J en nine. 9afV UiJaJaitf Krttat.lo rutur rta1rsi iBtlUtisM. UdiatmssMbl W LADIES. Ak Jwsaf Uracslrt W Ht tlasWrf!cUa'J tekr Mtsr,iriiKtoitt. (sumpow tw i-artacura uur k rvtars aail NAME PAPER, t fclbaatr nelral - SS 1 S tlllM liMKlsfa, ffcUMlaw, Pa fts!4 wj Dnintb renrer. AU r H7hWBvaa tar's KacUaa !! rcai iiinajtirlUf. TAaswUt. l"f"fSTOPPEDFREE Insare Persons KeitoreJ Dr.KLINE'S GREAT NFRUFRFSTnOFI. J'l47.HAiN&NfllVS UUI'iiCS. Onlyiun I INFALLIKL ifUkca A aacTed. A J-US f f ItrttJt I t Trr.tiie Aful Jimil Suttle fieetv hptKn.tksyp4, iiteiieitturrtoftto when ret-rivct 5;n I mne 1 O aa.l tiptm aJJrc-ss 4 rttst.lttlM KLISr- it Art.bSL.ntilaJ4ritAkLt Pi. iNu Sii'A Ci Jtr.ir.VG fXAlVi. WANTKO-Oeneral agents, to wholesale my new motor. Hare chance, good sal ary ur Mc on the dollar. Address, with stamp. K.M.Weaier.ludiauapolU.ind. (Name thli paper. V'utMudliiic Atfrtl)rshould address QE0. P. ROWELL & CO., 10 SPKUCK STKtKT, SKW t(IUK CITY roraKLKCTLISTof l.UUJ.VKWSPAPKKa will h-nt KKKKan snnMealtnn tllVIl, .SIKCIIAMCAI.anil MIM.Mi K.V '(ilNKKKIMi at Hit- K.-n. seiner I'ol) Irrliule liiNtllnli-, Troy, N. V. The oldt-st engineering school In America. Next term begins September 11th The Register for lwsr contains a list of the gra-ttutrs r.irthe pastti? years, with their tiosltiuns. also cuurse ol study, reinilreineiits evpeuses, etc Caudl dates fromadistaii.-e. or those living iu dis tant states, by special eliminations at their hornet, ur at such schools js they may he at tending, may determine the question of ad misslou without visiting Truy For Register aud full liifunnatlon, address Ilivin M.iHkk. Director L1DIES ' CURL OR FRIZi lt'"1,1-'t' ' ( ll.lr ollli Ik, TEJFllii. Curler, Mt.il aatwld avll diiiiirr l -p , Hurnlnv or MIUbc lh yT7Tir?,WarfT-'' r Iluvnl- MiMiei !csU reiuimetiii tioiBaiiiaciorj - HOI p I K HlTl'kUaHH I hlAUR HMNil, AVe, l-oipaMl. ' al I t'lllllfs.i iV Ur W-l fiftlt A i'llll'Ai.tk P'NrVVItOV4I WAFERS SVXC BUCCeHSIU.iy iimsi uionuuy oj utur v,wm p. vlABUirt. AlViitlf.i'J'n sMM.r 4 AXEUSTVS'S. t w Si per box 1 mail.or at druiCKUita. Scaled '-yurticulars a iKMtae Htampt. Addres PRINTERS SHB - ; , tl .A rtnrl I aia . c. .ihuivii lUCCtSIUiiy llseiiuiunuuy uy o.er lu.wu I ,,,.ul 11, , 411.1 tllli.,lk.r (VI. P j"ljMlies.Are.-ste.yertuafamitoan Uu .,M. iwn.i..-.Hl.l''"""1""'' ' J ' ' ' ,"kry- "' I w y 11 isrura i.) iMiLorsoiniKllisu. ra VJH SB n K m mt ruisp iwu.i.n .f W ut- I - - - B I r -lUrf icuUirs 2 lostage stainpa. AaareSk WW krllm lllkni Uc Vlt.Uty. LmISi mm aamBB Mmliol. Toalhfkil frapn. M TH bllU L'UISI' ALU)., USTaOIT, It'Ca kJtra. i-,l.l... ... ,ulrllralhi.r. aS p. W fipfe.l,r.oaH-bllllJ -.r.jtr 8 Vi., s.Ih In Hmuk H - .1 l.ni. .nrt a Bw n ll tH-li.le dl.ei.M-. h-bi frr. (--sl I Mosmnle Mertv Killers. at (a. & I."kkr..1 V.-f " - ' aA-Af I'rrfrrtlir rVll.l.le. H Ir.r.' .i-ri.r.. Illl I U.tt Ml.o.. Ols. IS .11.1111. Jtl, f. iip.uhhsw ( 'I't.wAlkll li.u,. -.! i'.A. lu.lJ uatia. a(; mm mm et..LswlaliilVAa. !, H4.U B mil UtiJiL ' Is Life Worth Living? riiat deH-nds up-m the I or forlf the Liter Is inactive the whole system is out ot order the breath Is bad, digestion ssir, head dull or aching, energy and hoiefuliiess gone, the spuits are ilepresseil. a heavj weight e.isLs after eating. with gep.eiul ili-s(Hiiideticy and ihe bines. The l.iver is the bouse keeper of the health: and a batm-b-ss, simple remedy that nets like Nature, does not cotistiptte after wardsor nsiiiie coiisUnt taking, does not iiiterlere.wltb business or pleasiiie during its use, makes Siiuiuous l.iver l!fgul.ttor a medical perfection. I have tested ItsTvlrtties personally, aud know that fur dyspepsia, billlnusiiess :tn-l thrulblug ht-.tit.u-he. It ts the best inedlciue the werld ever stw. Have tried forty other remedies before sinimous Liver Itegul.tiur and none uf them gave more than tt-mpurary rebel, but the Regulator nut only relieved hut cured 11 II Josk-. .Mai-ou, oa. Genuine Iih rt .iin rrmil i-f ra-ir. lies t guarantee fur its buer .1. II. .KILLS JB co . 1-iiii.tdelphia. Pa Sill.K rKOPRIKTuKS rs,i K l OO. LAKE CHAUTAUQUA, Til 10 POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Directly on the main line of the NEW TlkHrtll. a 0110 1.1. S 1 . I. I A W K R I a Lessee Midvsa) llt-lneen Cincinnati ami ew York lliglust uvagable II id j of IVater on the Continent. l,aii feet alsivi- tbe (Vean and 7-.'t ft-et above Lake Ktie. distant seven miles. IHE CLIMATE IS PUHE AMD llllCgUTHB. The lake Is twenty miles Ion-? and trom one to three mllei wide. lakeMood. Kluv4un.it (trimth's 1'otnt, LteuiiiH Point. Hay View. Pa vena wood, Martha's Vineyard. Chaultiuua folnt i'butaat.ua. Lone 1'otnt. -Maple SpriUKS and VM'i;Un areamnnc the different re'ort ou the Lake, patronized hy the summer Lsit ors. There are i;iMd hotel at every point The r'anmu-i Chrtiitumina v 111I1I) Ha its head'iirirters at rhAiit:iniua lake. aud convenes lu July and August uf ftery eur )ue of the uittst popular resort m the hike la IuJ5lK:E7VOOID. Were all passenger trains of the New ork. Pennsylvania and Ohio Kail road stoti durlnx thtfse-.taon.U lietnt; the tli.tittau-iua Lake --ta tlou.and the dlstrlhutlne point for the entire take '1 here are two hotels at Lakewood, both ot Immense sue and capahle of accomniod.it lu Qve hundred ifueits each. Mumeruus steamer .it constantly Plsiu the Lake transportlm: .isitors to .ill points Those In search d a pleasant resort to spend Hit) sum uier months cannot find a more convenient ur delightful place than Lake Chautauqua. KXCUItSlOX TICKETS, Via New York. lVuusylvanla and Ohio Kail road, are ou sale at all local stations and at stations of connecting lines from June 1st. itood for return until October 31st. J K. SH W.KK. tir-n Mint .He. eland, 0. L V. KVKMKK ieu 1'tss At . New ork. A. K t'LUlK.Asst. Oeu. Pass. At . Cleve land, Ohio. KASTWAItD, 1 a l Y. No Morn'K LiniVd M ssani " ailU h Vam 7 l"arn DULY. No M. Kv'm; 1 tm'ea li 1 pm 1 l-'PIU ' lupin i t-'ipIU 7 t-Jiprn 7 nm 7 -upm M 4pm s siMpm 9 Oi'pm DiitT. No li AtUullC Ki press. Z mpin lo i'pm It f'pio 1 R'pI0 t irjpio l"pm 5 lupin 7 15a m Central time, mln slower than Cincinnati time. Lt prinictleld Ar ouustown . " -Meadvllle " Ctirry " l-ikewod " Jaiiiestown " Buffalo " balamaucA New York a vaui . lu tram y V.am I'liliiiiaii'M Fiiit'tst roach's ou all Thrnuifii Traius. I WANT AGENTS sl?t MISSOURI STEAM WASHER. To men and women of en erirr and ahility. eefcln pro&tabia on,ilimnt.Ul eral term will b girea. 1 heW afthtrworkoo a d trinclrUhichwavaUbur and clothlne enormotli. Samolaionton two veeka trial, on liberal terms, to b re turned nt my expense If not satisfactory $600to$2.000H Intrinsic merit making It a pbeuomibal boccmui ernrywhi re. UlQ4:ratedclri-ulrunl UrnisfrM. J.W0.THSClEM'FR,t7ljF'NKliNAvr.Sr.L3Ul5.Mx (tTaUe 4Itr4a t Itf I prr fe tki iA,Wrt tkate at.Afht Akk ti pmttUmlm abMt reoTrlalJ Dyspepsia, Positively Cured by LITTLE j HOP PILLS, . The People's Favorita J Indipslit ten, Biliousness, Dizziness, liver Pills. Liter Complaint, Ther act aldwlr but A urely. 0 not erf pe and j their effect la Lutln,r. d thereCww worth a j kdooea other. ( jjocwt a iormuua.j on... - 4 I gar-ooated and eaayta take. 8tteatlioorila.a f 39 eta. at drnzinsta or mailed oa rect of pric. I SHOP PILL CO.. New London, vc key ire THK BCT eser MMle. I hy Am U .MlhMin. 1 krflkr t.0O I For aale by :U riTi,;r,el,i riiCKita. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE. The nly S3 SUVMLKftS Miue ill the world. .-. AA.it 1'itir irfert fir. rul warr-intt'd. (VnirrfSS lIuttn ey ati.t ju-e. all stvh-s I"- A Ftlili ami iiiraltle a V th.Mr routine $ -r . -A v. I- iiotTi;i,.N the f- Mni-i al.r- ti.it bv other tirua. B. sail wear Itit-W. I.. linililJsWMIrtK. If ytur!ealtil'esn t fthem. et,,f"Sju nn.e -u i poaul t.. V. L- lMlL'-ULA-S. ItrusLton. Mm, f PAXSON 8l WELLAND EXCLUSIVE AOENTS N. ! Kiut M-slu s),rrrti s,,rnKlit-ll, O SHIPMAN AUTOMATIC Steam Engine Tmr Bs.t aaJ tUMfy S,tUjsJ. SteanialQlLisiift Kaa iri aui ar a mm lm tn43 kUuaS 'CMliML aJUk ru.tit vsM-k. rvaiaA &. UitMltMsl &ti Ur illmlnm-k alar aaA prlee IU, . J. J. W'TBOUS. HlaMM PERFUME by MAIL A Full Bottle of th. Celebrated MIKADO COLOGNE and an etefant packare of FROSTED CIIBOXATIC CARDS, will be aeatby Mail if jov will aeni us jour add rest aad thirty (30) ceata in stampa. FLEMING BROS.,Plttsburgh, Pa. WILSON WASHBOARDS. Ths Washboards ate made witl. Itcnt-Wooa rim. The Etroojr t to aids aud beat WaiLen in tba wurU. For sal ty all dalra Take bo other BAGIXAW M'F-.. CO., BsaBluAvs-. nicltl . a.: . '. ML VWVS.7 roa A& m CtktTlCMgW f9 Rf - vy c iM i r aiB 2r & iP X f ,aAV- sf,atit-i ' ..1 - .ISSSS. 'Sa.iui.l.lwnilii-A .jjaa'Efe.-tsi.saaaaa'Ra. r. si-vole fl 1A..S1 m Mexican War Veteran. Tta wocdarfuf efficacy ot 3tft"i -Spedfit- ai a renifrij and cure for rteumatum ani an ht-f-J ii tAst, naa never bad a more c U" u .lu uiajtraiku t&aathljccse afford. Tn cacdiJ nasulKltedaaJ emphatic testimony glren bv tbe eneraMfrentl man raust be at?eepte4 as convtcein aDt cuiu'lusl! The writer t a prominent citizen of MIs4lppl. Tb entlemai to whom Mr. Mania refers, jji'l tu whom LeU lodebtM for tbe atlvice to which he owes hU final relief from year of RUffertn, la Mr. Kln. for maitj years the pupuUr oli;it t lerk of tbelwrenco Hoqs, at Ja.kMti Jtks... JTbis.. April 29, t3sC Thc Swift ttnctnr CoxrAsv, atlantia. (la. tintUm 1 ha lsu aik Invalid nkDer Tur 'orty eiar, hatlcK cODtrarteil puloionary and ..ttr llteaaes la the Mexican War, but us t tenth. it f March, lfT5. ilk 1 feel any symptom of rbeuiaalSm. in that day I waa odtienij tra.'ken with that Ula t to ltt hip and ankle. 1- -r twenty days 1 walked 011 crutches. Tbenth iain u I. v iluiem, ut tt hlf te! from joint to Joint. Fr wefk, f tmbt j ti'tally dltabled, either oa one -Hte of my lnnlj or he other. The pain never left rite a immei.t tor leven Tear and seven nwuith- that 1 from Xarch 1 i3, when I waa flnu attacked, to October 1, l-W, two I was cured- Imrini; tbe eleven years of in eiiae nuiTerlntr I tried innumerable prescriptions from varlotta phyician. and tn-il es-erjthlnic ua jetted tiy friend. tut If 1 erer reo-lTed iht- b-a.-tt jriiellt from any medicine taken internally or ex entail, a im uvt "rein il r ittii, ai'iui in 1rt of .Septetnljer. I made amuik'cnit-LU to K" to tb Hot Sprlntxs tf Arkanvia, laati.tc leopalredof ever it her remedy, when I a'trldent ii, mrt an otdae .oalutancev Mr. Kln. now uf the- Law renotj Huutf f thla city, lie had once lieen u Ktreji sufferer fr-jni neuinatlitm. and, a- I aupi- msL hjad been rum f a vUlt to Hot Sprinpo. hut when I met blm h A'Ut inthat hi vLoilto tin-Hut spring a was Invam In found no relief On hi return from HotSprma;' m" beard, for the first time, of the K. a. 3. as a rtnl Vr rheumatism. He tried ltandix bottltt mjl a 1 sMiipietecure. Several jear have pas-nnl aiuce, but M has had n return of th)dLeae. - I lmnitediately returned to try It. In $t tem--r 1 txikfiKir bottles, and by the first of 0-fi-r 1 w teU axfara.. the rhenmiatUm w as rm ern .t t a1ii had ltapred, andlUAfC SOTFXLT a rwioe 19 IT Slick. I bawno lntrrent la raaklntc thU statement th-r t(iAU tiie hpe that It may dire t tin other iitTr-icr lu ur itvurve uf relief, aad if It had thLsrt-ult t 40i well reManied for loy trouble 1 am very v ipvctruily auj truly your itieud. J M. IL U4KTLS. Kor aale by all dniKgUta. TreaUx on tit-wd i-4 ! 9kUi IUaa uUrU free. TttC Swrtrr Spei tri. ', Drawer ' ttiuuia. '. RAILROAD TIME CARD. " I'lll.liiirK. Clin IniiHli nml XI. l.i, ul. Itnil. " my CMUli..li I'nii llnnitle Iimile. Under .sebetlule lu erteet .laniiarv u. Is;-i7. trains leave Snnmrfielil. nitr.il sutudard time fur Xenia. I'liii-iiin.sli ml f'iiluuitms,,;:l' a. in..fnr Dajtmi I . i ni. furi.eni,t and lndianamlis lu -ju a. in. for Xeuia, Cinrinnati. C'oluinbus, Indian aptills and Cliiraijo. 3r25 p. iu.: fur Xenta, Ua)tnn anil Cincinnati, f5:lti p. m. Trains arrive in Sprirmiie'il at 17:1.1 and tOi'U a. tu.. tS:00 p. in. and i;:tl) p. in. DaiIy. Daily, except Sunday. Sam. Dunn. Ticket Anent, Ul..land, Uulamb.t, Clnrlutiitl antt Intll.DftpolL Rnllwi.7. tkuisa BAST. s Nhcht Kipress l'SOsm 13 New Vork X boston Kinrest. ... 'j " tm 2 Cuttelana a Eastern Kipress 1 1- pin I New York. Limited Express 'J 45 pm eoisa socTu NUfit Express . i-iu am .7 stir . Cln A U'es. Kx .-, am I Cln. FlTlnu Buckeje "7 .. ru a"J Cincinnati A ladlauapuUs Kipress ILuOaui 1 CIoTolsna Cincinnati Eipri-s .... l.pui lClntl.. Iu4.,Mt. Louis X Kan. Kt 'l.iDpru ssaiTS rsoH SAST. 9 Nlient Expres . "ijism t Cto. flylnz Bockeye 7ij aui i CleTdanil i Cincinnati Express . . l.! p-n New lork, Bostan a Cincinnati h'x'i5 n ssaiTi rSOM SOUTH. SUtit Express 1 J5m U Dijton.dprttiKa.ldAccoin.rr't. ... IVVsin (3 New Vork a llostoa Ltiuiltsl Warn 1 Cletelana a Eastern Exprtiis Xti I la X Cincinnati a Sprtnyaeia Accom. V pta It New York Limited Express. . . v.45 pt No. 12 has thrown sleepers to New York ai a to, ton without change. No. Its tbe famous limited express, o:n OSe4 entlrll of sleepers, east of CleteUud. fnroujeh sleepers from SprlnxSeld. .Uakts lew York la JUht hours and Boston In 21 S lours. a. n. KNIOUT. tt. h. Ilcket Agent. D. B. MARTIN. Arc,t Depot. fl. P. A. Surlnillela.t . If. V, K.nn. a Oliln K. K. All trains run on Central time JS minutes slower than cits time. , TkAiss liavc corsa kast. No. 4. New York Limited. d.ill. . le-is s. m, " Accom., ilallyexceptund ty -i.p m No. S. . lu.jb p. ni. " li. Atlantic Kxtlally Jln.vm. TSAtSSLEATKOOISU WEST. S'o. X Cln. JtSt. Louis Ki..ilallT . J. In a. m 1. Aecom..dallyexcept aunday..linC a. m. " 5. St. Lauls Kx.,dalli & & p. m. No.4 has sleepers. but no change of cars in either case through to Nework. No. ibas through sleepers to St. Louis Free back to trains to all points east uf. and Including north Lewlsbuiv. For tickets to all points and further lnfor nation. cation J. l. 1'hlei.ik. Atfent.7.' Arcade. Telephone call 310. ludlaua, Hlooiulnietiiii Hnil Western Kail way. arbite raoa .sorth. t Cincinnati Kipress i Sandusky and Springfield Ks S Columbus .Mall tKRITE raus EAST. I N'licht Express Chicago. St. L. . Kan. City 11m . 7 Ssudusky .Mall i Chicago. St. L. i Kan. City Kx... . ARRIVE FROM EST. i Eastern Express. . . . t Atlantic .Mall i New York Limited DErAET OlitMU SURTH. i Lakeside Express I Put-ln-liay Express. i Springfield and Sandusky Ex DEPART CilSO EaST. i Columbus Express- . Atlantic Mall. . s Columbus Accommodation, s New York Limited.. .. Iitr-ART MUSI! WEST. I Night Express. .. Chicago, M. L. .1 Kaa. City llm i Chicago. ,;t. L. Ji Kan. City Ex. ... .-. 'imam ... i a m ... I3JUIO . M 45 a m . f .Vi a ni Ii a in .... 5 16 p m . 1 3 a m . " li a m . 4 Jfi p m ... "JlSim .- In Vi a m 5J5pm .. lam - v. a iu .. lApn iufta m .. 7 ii a iu . .. LI p ni .I. 9 4o a ni . 4 Ju p iu .. 1 ST. am & JS p 111 Olili Southern llatlrimil. AKK1TK IKIU SiltTH. ( Balnbrldge Accommodation I Mall and Express PErART r.oia miicth. ; Mall and Kipress t BalDhrtdge Accommodation. . .. All trains marked run dally:all ethers dally except Sunday. Standard time, hirh Is 2i minutes slower than Snr n(rnlrt lv t'n W.M. IIEFFERMAN. U. II. RiiCIIE. Ticket Agent, ileneral Agent. I "Judicious Aovmtisihg is the KEYSTONE TO SUCCEIS. TmE H. P. HUBBARD Co.. CeH-ltPOMOIMCt SOtVlsCITCD -! - i. - "- -. " - Itaoonbrlnglnt.health9i,Uy TneiorpM rtrrtia oy oav And JViioiti tbo Aytf tlu-ouffb, , From crown of cead to s la vt sb.w. lUcumtLtj 11lA?s,itotQ- tsiirfsi Loit appetltd It &Lion rt- KtOTUa, VLe families tironj -ut thelkiKl KeCpTAttUAM lKLT.tlt nesu-ut baivL CANOPY TOPS. ICeadv I rnouirij. K4l IV Allllajlf il. Sen iyl.s. rn il ll- hOil ljtr uf V Ricuiiw. l-irgp Ut-eount-tt" btiilder-i tui.t UfUrs. Nc-na fot 11! a trted Ftbs Lit u.i;. HEiiiSiV t o. NrwluHU, t .uu. H ONEST HELP FOR MEN. Pay bo MorcXonrj to tluacLs. f WILL send you a uw -lt Cute, di ..-,. I ered after thirty years experlmrntini;. which n.v.Ttlstls and costs sou :,lsilul.ly iiotlilog until cured. Address H.ury J4praul, tins 413, Miltsaukee, V. OHB sMF g a-s. aatfttvlt AB.t r.ajSl Ii4i1 vah ! 8-' .Ii -is If ' irmSm lSLWlmimSg - 7"-- V; TIkSmmmmmmmMSk'