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FRIDAY EVENING. lUSI 6. I8B7. 1EE UIUEMSTirE TICKET, ottrur. Supreme Jtidee (If nc.tijriii). ? ritT m-hau. e - ' s-upreme J uilire ishort ternil. KJ.lMt'JvM.Ui. Mate Auditor. E. V. I'llE. j State Treasurer. J.O. IIKUW.V. Attornry tleneral. Ii. K. WATSON. Member Hoard VuMlc Vmks, C. A. FLICK I Xi Ell. fitrnicM mm TIGKLT. Representatite. EJKiK C. KAWLIXS. Probate Judge, JOHN C. MILLEK. Auditor, o. F-ihitVIt'. Clfrk. jami ii. KABBrrrs. , Recorder. SA.TOUII.: . , Commissioner. W.H.STKUKCTT. Infirmarr l'lns-tor. JOHN JI. STEWART. Coroner. J.M.BEN'KirrT. OFFICIAL CALL I'or the Henntorinl L'mio-iillon. The republican electors of the Klewnth senatorial district ot Ohio are hereby potl c,i thai cner.tinn will tie held in Spring- lieid, Oliio. September 1st. 1SS7. for the ).urse of nominating a candidate for'sen at..r for said district, for the ensuing term Ti... l.u1.i .f ra.ir.i.nttlnii itl sniil nitl' I IIT- ms-. ... iii ......v. ... . r vention shall be one delegate for eerj ICO . 1 C l..t.l...... fnrGwirJt.n utiles casi utr j. ?. iwuitis.Mi ,. .-.Smij if state in Nm ember ISMt. and one flele gate for every fraction thereof hfry or Tin- several counties eomprisinc saiil di'-. tri.M -linll beentilUsl to the follow ingjreji resrn'ation in said convention: i i'liflnin.li.n ..ittintv . . X . n. Ai.Tinlr ..... . i f Madls-iur.iuly . K. K. IIawai:i. Chairman of llepubjicari IVn. Coin., Clark Co. j Xi i:i.s Faukaie. Secretary" of ltepublican 1 -H. Vy.'il. .... '. --' . II. II. Wm.uams. Chainnanof lU-pubjicaii Cen. Com., Champaign Co. Coventor Foraker's reasons why th re- IlUtlllcails SIIOUII1 lie tTJHUlluru iu jiv.ci skeins to annov tlie democrats a goou (ieai Fnrlv returns from Texas were to! the effect that the state had tone prohibition by a small majority, but late returns tend to show that it is defeated by probably' 411,. liod votes. li.st..U. Ohio, is .fast blooming' into , - . one of UiemitehteryriSinCt' cities m the Mate. Jin electric motor, street far line was mt in operation tlierei' tiiia week, and Is a success. The state militia should lie called out and sent gunning for tlie fellow ivtlio jxffsist in Retting oft their trwin-piteji. vm-drieil puns on Foraker. Powell and other candi date"! on the tickets After all. it has boenil'isoovered that Mrs. Uuelph. s4imetlnies called guren Victoria, is human, and eaU. drink? ami sleeps and jys her dressmaker' bill just like other juior mortals. Another sweet deloston one ellumiering. A caiu-fir is not Uk place, for almlitlcal sieech. and-ColoueiTullejs kn-kel thimrs Mit if joint, at the fair grounds last nigliL when hei far forgot tiltn-lf as to attempt iL Tho bo ery proj-ry and very promptly called him down. The New York state republican mnvM). tioii will be heM Sejitemlwr Mth, and a vigorous campaign will be waged, lrom that date to the end. The party never was in beUersbai. to enter the field, and the state ticket will be elected by a good majority. At this distance it appears that fKditor l.vims, of the Vewarlt . I inprlw iu I Uslruj: his jiosition as trustee of the Xenia Soldiers Orphans home to advance his own political iiiteresis, j.yoos was toiii,...-.. ,,., ... ,.v . ant governor by the .Muskingum republi cans and in retam he appointed a Zanes ville man KinaacJal officer of the home. Lyons Is no donbflooklng alter the inter ests of thp soldiers' orphans, but he seems to be the principal orjiWau. Zanesville "yii'if- This is -very, snail dHyaKOKoerV.; Cap tain Lyons W'Mih- one ieinlrof the Wrd that apjwinte.1 the officer referred te, and tlie returns show that Muskingum Is not the only county that endorsed li.e-a-tain. mMWM tn . gy vi...-t ..-..,-,- .lai. sum.. Jkraarlin rilttt'n is liiiiiiiliat.sl ami subjected b i(iio. , and los.es tiy belni: ajji-stvuoj. JK"'"i ' cotillict vvith the Canadian fishery favvs, despite their efforts to avoid such a conflict. A Portland. Me., lisli lnerrliant writes. "We have instructed our captains to keep clear of the Canadian coast, not to lish within three miles of the shore, and not to enter an) but our own liaiUirs. .Should. Iiovvever. a ve-sel lie comelled by stress of weather to run Into port, then she. Is not to remain there any longer than is nece-siity. W bate informal our captain, that wt shall discharge any oue of them found in a Canadian harbor." This Is certainly liu- iiil'latinc to Americans, to tie mnipeiltst to how down to Canadian law. Wed on both injustice and nonsen-e. This will not lat hum. Wo will liaiaa uovernuient one of tlie.se days, in Washington, with courage enonitri to nm tip the old tlag and stay with her citizens. Democratic natHT. over the countrj. are industriously circulating the reort tint the republican clubs.of tMno, at the I'Sglie meeting at Toledo, pasM'd a reMilutiiui en- dur-Ji'g Uiaiue as a presldejjtial cau-liiuile. They did nothing of tlw kind. They con fined their attention to this year's jollities and the Ohio ticket. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Msiur 11. V. Temple accidentally shot himself in the attempt to shoot Alandiis Cushman. at (Jalveston. Tex. Henry Mcllrooni, under arrest at Fort Smith. Ark., contests to the murder of Miss Watkins, at tireenville, Tex. Tico Hall wasnhot and killed at (ieorgi- town. Kv.. bv Kticene Fitgeraid. It was the result of a quarrel. A horse owneil by John McF.lfreih. of Millersburg. Ohio, went cra7 from the eflectsof tlm seven- beat, and had to lie shot. At ("eorgetown. Ky.. !corge Mont- suuirry received injuries, that may prove fatal, by tieing thrown ftoiu a liorse. Oaniel Kiuhorn. a brotlier-in-law of liabbi Hip-cri, of Chicago, has been ad judged insane by the Cook county court. A color! baby -, born at Cairo. III., nine days ago. It weighs one ami three .ItiarkT pouuds aud Is lourteeu.lncheji lon A 3-jeir-old child of John Vanghl.- at Si-leniv Hill. Ky.. slied front swallovvinir Miineri.isiiie its mother wa- using for toothache. Anna Kraft left the Hank street convent, Cincinnati, to visit her mother two week" ago. ami is jirtw'repnrred among the iiil-s- inc. The, democrats of WooiL fsfneca, Han cock and. llurjin. osinlies retKHninate.1 Judge Henry W. Dislge for the common pleas court. Miles Morris was fatally wounded by the premature discharge of a cannon in a slum battle at the'cild Midlers' reunion, at Marlon. Iml. Wilfred lmrier, the ) otitic leader of the Cauaiiian Liberal party. (10.-S not, for the present at least, favor the commercial union scheme. The democrats of the first sub-division of the Second Judicial district of Ohio, nomi nated l. I.. Meeker, of ('reenvillo. for common pleas judge. The captain of the Canadian steam crud er Intrejiiil seized the fishing lmat Hold Dust, belonging to Jlr. lllanchard, a sar dine packet at Kastport, Me. Joseph Viugling, a school-Ux cnllecliir. at Allentown, Pa., died July 2-1 last, and his. accounts am now found to lie. short to the extent of SOOU. Tlie republk'an state central committeeof Ohio will meet ntOilnmbns August Hi. to select the executive comniittts. W. S. Gap peller will lie chairman. Tlnmias Cameron of Chicaco, aired twen-tv-five. fell fn.m a window on the fourth rloorof tlie Windsor hotel, Milwaukee. He is probably fatally Injured. He was Intox icated. Antonio Helljuger. formerly of IiulTalo. V. Y., was arrested in Chicago and held in Sl.OOUlionds by I". S. Goinuilssioner Hoyne for sending iuiproier coimnuiiications through the mail. Cvrus L. Murclu a llostiw book agent. was arresteil on a requisition warrant upon a charge or obtaining aliotit SS.10 from the Pples Publishing company. Chicago, by sending Oieut false orders. Austin JIoKIenen, of near Wooster. O., atU'inpUsl to shoot .Matilda Weidrich be cause she refused to kiss him and would not receive his attentions, he being a married man with three children. Daniel Drew, while drunk, assaulbsl his wife with a shyvel and almost killed her. and then .attacked John Macke3 who in terfered, with a hatchet and left him for dead and fled. He wa. subsequently ar rested. A coko train on the Pennsylvania railroad was wTeckcdjn Caipentex'K tunneL Brake man J.iL CaddingtiMiwas.terribly crushed. Tlolti of his, legs were si-venatxl from 'the Jody. andhe vvas otbi rwise wt-ritiu-Jy cnt and bruised. The Mtxican tieasury officials are treatly pleased with the. outlook tor tlie snecess uf tlie.now tariff put in force July 1. At Vera Cruz goods. piling tip in the storehouses in such quantities as to tavthe capacity of the freight trains. Chief Justice Walteliat granted a writ ( I error to the-tt;'. fiPrenie court in the case vf Jlugh iL llrooks, eatuvictnt of the mur der of Prller, .in St. Umis. and senU-nced o be hanced AuoistiO. This vv ill isistgone the execution. Base Hall St LotiH . Cincinnati 2; LoulsTtlle 2. Cleveland 1; Athletic 10. Metropolitan 3J Baltimore 7. Brooklvut; Detroit 12. Ilost.m 11: rhiladelphla 13. Chi cago '.: Mansfield 3. Sandusky 2; Zanesville lb. Canton to: Wheeling 9, Columbus 6. The republican gain in seventy-seven out of 119 Kentucky counties is 2T.10J!. Aa the remote sections of the state are niort ed Iiiadley's ratio of gain increases. The indications arc tluit lluektx-r's majority will not exceed -L000 or 5,000, against lroctor "Knott's majority of tt.OOo. Canadian vessels seized two American skwiw, tlie Fanny and the Jaiiie A. (lar liekl. In Qnoddy river. New Brunswick. .witlK-arunes of herring, neither having en tered nor cleared at any Canadian custom house. The fisheries department gave in struction to release them oh the ileiisit of a small fine. A ftrmrc N'an. Sister Miaio' Theresa, a French nun who has lately been decorated with the CruM of the Legion of Honor for forty yearn nervice jn the army ambulances, seems to be not only u brave but a merry woman. Durfng a time of hard fighting in Ton qnin a bomb fell Into an ambulance frill of wounded men. Sister Theresa seized the bomb and carried it to n distance. When she set It down It exploded, but, luckily, not till she had had time to throw herself flat on the Bround. When she regained her senses she uttered her ens tornarrphra.se: 'It's only a joke," an ex pression which has since become her nick name. At another tim she was attend ing a w.ounded man, when she was struck by a jiassing splinter from a charge of metndlle, but her quiet observation was merely ns usual: "It's only a joke." At the ceremony of the decoration none of the customary formalities were omitted. The general who conferred the title che valiere on the brave nun touched her with his sword on both lier shoulders and Anally brushed her cheek with Iris white mustaches. New Oilcans Times-Detuo-crat. Thn rope'a Garmeuts. Tlie outward robe of the tiine ia r nn made from the wool of the lamia of the convent of St Agnes, near tlie Porta Pia. The cloak ami the cape are lined with purple and trimmed with gold lace; his sombrero or bntisrodnnd has n gold cord and tasseL lk-neath the cloak he wears an alb, made also of wool of lheJambs of St AgneW,' and which Is girt alwut his Waist XTitll A SAsh nf whitA mnfm n(L.n. garnished with gold fringe. Ills hands arc covered with kill mittens and his feet are burdened, with a pair of slippers worn over his ordinary sltoes, -which, produce a very awkward appearance.- w v Two children were killed and their moth er badly injured at a railroad crossing In Chicago. jj l I this: " C3 r -k " a. ! -3 A M 1 WT - art. 5f r- tn THE ARDUOUS 0TnTeS"6F TTIE fcrlb, ' LISH PAflLIAMErfTARY "VHIPS." How the roliltral lloun.l. Art Catlaf Tocllier in Creal llrllnln's l.rcUUtlie IIhIIs Hi., srrlons ltrsoilllillltlr of the farty "XX hip." Political Kitties were declnreil by Jl'iilte tiev. a huiidrisl vears ago. to rescnible snakes, in the (act that their lieiula were moved forward by theu- tails. It might lie invidious, perhai". at the present day tudisciiNs the iiiiatoiny of ourjiarjies in order to Hud out where the iutiti,ve. jmwer chletlj lies, but there call at lea-st lt little doubt tliut a luity without .'i whiji, or a couple of whips, would slund a very lmor chance indeed on the tloor of tlmhojise of coiiiuioiis The litst lord of the tixtnstiry umv Is- "aliseut thruugh .iiidiimviliiiii," or the clijuicellor of the oxcJu'viu,r may st.-vy awov fiom some other reason, nnl there are plenty of occiiliant.s of thu Ireas ury licuch to Uvko tlunr plate. form sight But supiHisiug tluit litli ,ubJ aliotld lie incni.irit.'itcd, who vvoulil K1 their. Milisti tutesf No other Uitfnibersii.knovr hiilf so much alxiul the (utrty .oru.uiirjiti.ii as Uiey da Tliev are, luilisK!UNilli'-aud thev an- aware of the .fact. It is quite leu years sauce, ls'forc the IjIht.Us luul Isvn so ialully split tip as they arc ;it present, lh;U Sir Wilfrid Iiw sou aluusisi liis c-nnstitne'its- by telling them th.it it w us the elision of the whip pels, in of parliament tiisiiiinuon their po litical hounds toifether by means of 11 Iilile little i ircuhir, which "earnestly re questwP' the preM'iiee of swell individual memlier who might lie counted oh to vote straight lfiline-n-a, no slash under the word "enrne-oly'' it wie. safe to infer, said the honorable niemtier for x?arlisle, that the business lo which reference was made might or might not come on that evening One dash under the word tneant tlmt tlie memlier niiimnied ought to come Two dashes-Tneaht'thnthe'certaiii-lv should ciiiie Thri-eiinderlmingstrokus ineaut th it he must come And if the whip had liceh lavf-.'i CnAugh to waste no fowertlnin UrtirilaslK-soiKha t'earnestly," the plaiu HigiulVctuice'if tluit. was tluit if the member chose to stay away be.votild do Sii at Ins jieril. It Is omi to ipustion whether tbo Use of these marksj snpiiosxsl to be so dear to the feminine) mind, beneath Uh, summon iu words iu whips' circulars have, been jiixslnttive of giirnl or harm. One Obvi ous restili has iieen ti cause legislators to have very little ri-sH'ct for" an earnest re quest wrthoiu the nccnmpanytng symbols of pereiuptoriiiess. If a 'whip were ti be uskisl what po-ssible "peril" icould lie involvtsl in a iimjiibtr. dijibeying n party command, and staging at homo when a great division was' penaing, he would no donbt reply that the perll'arose from the member'!! own constituents, llul, for all that, members wbet are casual in the parliamentary alttuidaucvi ot cou llrmisl ali-st-utees do unquestionably go in terror of tlie remonstrances of tiie party fuglemen, apart altbgether from a con sideration of the effect of noti-'vbtlug ou the safety of their seats. loug custom has made the rule of ,the whip a prescriptive one which riolKxly would di.-pute, except wheti cotirlctious forceil a man to quit his party ranks and vote for once with the opposite hosts. It js n rale which is exercised wljh great tact and judgment, and which is not re sented Now and then, no doubt, members break away from the whips; occasionally a statesman, like Mr. Disraeli in his free lance days, refers bitterly to the party or ganization as leing too severe, ai.d' dubs the necessity of obeying the whips "slavery.-' As a general rule,, however, it is n-cognized that a party would lie nil ot sea without these officials, who, work so silently, and.whuse names are not marked out for the Lime w hich awaits the political leaders ou either side. The whip has a liurd fate. He leads a scaniLiloiisly irregular life, as far as, late hours are concerned. ,He is expected to rise Willi tlie lark, although, he, only goes to lied with the reiwrters; and when the last light is being extinguished in the house of commons. Members of his party who are in trouble ot any tort come to him mid consult him as if he were u father coidcssnr. He is mipiossl to bavea kind of intuitive acquaintance with thu "feeling of the party," and x he uiisk'ads thu lead ers in this rusiiect he is made to repent the blunder iu iiarhauienUtry sackcloth. Ln- d-r all possible irritiitioin huis.expccttsl U) kisp las temper, lo have a nod or a word re.-ily for evcrvbodvi tintl to smile like nn nugel, even if kc-jil uji by an all mgiiL sitting mid rucked with tisithache. Inquire within upon vvervtlunc con tuvtvsl with tho game of politics." ought to lw Hiscrilieil in letters of gold round u whip's eoat collar. Now. what is the gnenlon for all this display of civic virtue? The virtue in tins case, ns in most, cines, w its own re ward, and the whip gets linemen nhtry so latium whatever. He takes his alary in the etecm of his brother meinticTS, and in the eousciotisncsit tbat he is playing nn Important tiart ih the political arena. No sooner are the doors of the lrnuse thrown wide, and the division bell soonilct; than he is to Ik? seen making hrs'wayTttpidly to tlie front lienehes, there to receive ,iu- strnctions ns to which lobby his ptrrty is to go Into, and other Important 'intrUers. He is expected to have'some 'lneirtrieric intlnence over mcmliers, .sons -to''keep a house." More than that,-when-'there is datigrrof the cloture being Ttceded.'Me lias to kisMisuch a house as was nev er dreameil of In the good old fahimietraT, fur he is resiioiisible for having -no fewer thaiu vou stinrKirters in atieniiancK in uvei lllimrv. sinokln'? rrsim. 'dinimr roanf on loliby ready to "pouncfc" wtieir'Mh'Sniitli i gives tlie word. Indotl Tciegrapn. Getting Acquainted. "Wliy, I did not know that you nnd that little girl had got ncrjtviihted jet," said a Itox.bu.ry "father to ht tejear-old son. who came in Irnni ft xvatk fih tlib ud joininplawn with the'tliiydanglitt'r'of the new next door neighbor. ''Y, 'Clara and I have 1k-ch 'quainted lots of days'," said the very small boy. "'What did '6u say to her first1'" asked the father. "Oh, Clara spoke to me first; slid "came down by the cldckcn house and askW me, how many prayer 1 say nli'ts, anil J t6hl her, and then I asked her how- trian)1 prayers she sav s, mid she told me, and then we were acquainted.' Boston Kecord. The I)I1t NwspPr. Though the Sunday pokier. t more or less literary, 1 do not believe that it, inter feres now. or will in the future Interfere, with tlie circulation of the literary week lies and tho maguzir.es. .yi UirikU;ig men will naturally go to the weeklies and magazines to lie informed on certain sub jeets A great cJiaiige would liate to take place iu the daily iievvspapr lK'fore It could lc a serious op;ioueut to.the mole carefully prepareil wwklies and mouth hes. Oswald Oltendorfer in Tlie Elioch. ICare Hooks in Paris. In Paris they will not. sell you a book for 500 francs and let it gw f tor ward at your own auction sale for 100. lfther have sold jou a "jieachblow vasa'' sort of a book their dignity as well ustheir in terest win make them redeem ikhttths price they have uiade yon pay, orj riot much lc-s. it, js the auibitionoli every bookseller not to beoonm wealthy in ten or twenty jenrs, but to lieeome n iiibli oiole; iierhiiiK because in the realm of equality every bodj'h desire' Is to be of the privileged few, peihi- becauge-honors ure jirinsl more than riches there. It ii silly to ruu mad after a bifof 'rexl 'ribbon for the bipel of one's coat, but it is not for the bibliophile wlm runs mad after bookbinding to say so. Moreover, tho man wlio would rallrer have nTed ribbon than a fortune. If a looke!Ier, Is the. man for a bibliophile Valuable books are nbt to lie sold like lrnotsr there mtrst'beome show of feeling about' it. New Yotk Times. THE BUILDEa Ah, me, ttjs step, bote ftuit.n oaa, lJetus-a ttv dinir and tboiii'itei Kow near the. back nior iruiuvlpjand Yet cat.t her cargo ou the saud'. Oh, give m- streiigthyauJ gfve. me'miod, Tu fiuish wlmt my haisls may fln&f That none nuy say in Tutiire days, l "This man could liew, but could not raise.' Youth's Couiisinioa. REPUBT.TC, FRIT) A .' EVEXrNT(., AUGUST .LL ' .lil-jliKiT - i. A ALLAN ftU BYH. RIDER SPLENDIDLY This story Is the latest and IsM produ- tlun of this gifted novelist, full nf adven ture, romance and graphic des riptnm. Three Knghshmen of wealth ami leisure, tiring of Inaction, embark on a journey of adventure and disco.ery. They aix- ac companied by a Zulu exs hlef named I'm tlopogans, whose courage und prowess figure conspicuously in the narrative Having heard rumors of a great White race, located somewhere among the, pla teaus of Central Africa, they ascend the Tana river, meet with many remarkable KILI1THA AM) sOKAUJ, THE SISTER QttlSB. SUBSCRI And You will Secur THIS GREA Colsate' C'ahmtre Itouquet. A. white, pure, exquisitely perfumed toi let soap. The best for chapped liauds and tender .skins. The thirteen year old daughter of Frank J.ecper, living near .Marion. U., was hurncd to death by the explosion of a lamp; ulo Mrs. Kuuski. of Fremont. (). "T-C vfv would enjoy your dinner 3 J and are prevented by Dys- pep&ia. use Acker's Dyspetia Tablets. They are a positive cure for llyspepsla. In digestion, Flatulency and Constipation. We guarantee them. 25 and CO cents. Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market aud High streets. George Houer (or Knox) is under ar rest at jauiestoiv n. ().. charged xvitb out raging his two .tep-daugliters, aged four teen aud twelve years. There is talk in the K. of I,, of Joseph K. Duchanan, of Chicago, as .successor to (leneral Master Workman Tenderly. fV A and reliable Jledicinea are tbebest jj 'todenendunon. Acker's Blond Ki Ixlr has been prescribeil for jearsfor alUtn. i ?rit0,t,11!1VrneTij0-m0fSf"l T1 IP II ft Ml I I nn It- nut tnn inn llnniiiiiir Mhnntmi llUUlv UliL IU1 UIGUplillli.bMlllDl.l rt.- t..M I HI -V., 1 -..I i . ..r .. . -tt.. a . .lU UiU be rial: L'j&sl or- . - BiirVi Cr.--3? M sBM?ffgBf'X.. m- 'rt. -7mw -. i- j r w r f in waivi . x svjyxAK-,---- , yt.i.ii.w ,? ,B V Jt Ses. -s. s., s sLTs- I wfiss's3c:.:sy 4 j?j j I Xackk.xzie missios statio on the taxa, rut kscace waou tuc fieut rticAC-B. -JRSaAn ? Jti h LtrfJ -- BmMj HSS. WlHIpIY AtiAST 0VA1EBIIAW AXO FLOSSIE, XAO 0I",S T0 CRDE ". jj , ""- J i v s k - 1 J 0 . tXACT lABLE IS OM ,t, fi . , ft ' - I 1 r-'l1 tg lit eachC"""'-1'" g r 'T- r 1l I sC J? J? shown ih picture. V' t3 t-x-' -- I S -"-Tft V V Si-'f JPs. ;-a fc-s2L- - 'FHBej?S' KTtvniAL of ttR ursRr asd rrrumTA, "5- xi-1'' " Ss AFrnoAcmaa milosis, tus "FBowwixa -, - -" s -ivJ, . J rsZ&twM ill mi 55s' aWIV Q,"! il!l, nZTV T&zrTJUWw 'l-zl i ' IVj km " 5l-sWfT VHpv jmnm - '' t's'AtfSwt&T&f jxiwfm rWSm'm' s& T7 WwAwu mwwjmm .jli YrSriZfsJx "'a i I I"'1'"" j JiTL J 1 V if X" "-L t' sf ) rji lfl fm ir --Tb. V.MIKJKv 3 UII rf-Si I, ri-T-sJ-TetJSixVU I . II 11. --i J-CT MA , ,rrL,r-Sf, WoPTRI iwus,0juuiiii.u! .s.h...ct, .. IU! for consiHiititiori. U)ss of Aiiin-tlte" InvaJnable, For Ilheuniatisni, liai no equal, i i)iz.i,.s, an.l all syiiiptoius of l)js,M.tia Frank H. Coblentz, coriirr Market and ' Tricu ID ami 7. cents ikt bottle. For sale High streets. I by K. A. tiarvvooil. i V1887. STORlf! ATERMAIN. HAGGARD ILLUSTRATED. . and thrilling experiences, and finally reach Milosjs. n city of great iirchltirturai and artistic grnndeur-the capital of the ...... . ,,i .i ,i . .. Zu- end! untioti, rulisl by the sister ' ' queens. Xyleiahii und Suritis. Tlie stTiinners rxcile inuerrintercst. nar- rnvvly escape death by burning, ami .ire ....ii i i. i .. ji.i i. ...,!.. UIUUO OllimTA Hi livsitiwiin n lll9Ulivuiu siilsisiieiitlv' esjsuisiug the cause of Xyleptha. ngaln-t her sister Sorais, in a Igriilt revolt pnsipitated by the bitter. The ktor) abounds m thrilliuf situa tions, nnd w HI rej-iy rending. I' BE NOW1 e all the Chanters of T SERIAL W xvliy Acker's Blood Elixir ve,txos la warranted. Is because it is the best Blood Preparation known. It will posi tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the whole system, and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Itemember, we guarantee ii. Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and Uigli streets. , Jacob Miller, collector of the wholesale grocery lirm of Mintzer A llnllinger, Lan caster. I'a., has disKppeared, having em bezzled several tlioiisand dollars. ll fairer Tlnui th.. Fairest Lltlr, Is Minnie my cliarming girl. For one eve in the artmr I whispered, CseChatuplin's IJuuid I'eatl. Base Ball Athletics 10. Mets T: Indian- . .vietn i. lllill.tn-f YorkO. Iittlmrk. ill 1. llelfOll ., atKilis 11, lloston T; w ft; Chicago 14, Washingtmi rinladelpliia (i; Kalamazoo 11, Akron CKOUT. WH(H)l'IX(i COUCH Bronchitis, immediately relieved by ijhiloh's Cure. Jrorsalnuy K. A. Garwood The Win. Auxin Viwh1 ilovvar ami Iti-awr Works, nf Viiuiiirstiiwii, O.i liave i widfil, to r-inuvi to I'lnOtauooB, Twin. SHILOH'S VITAlil.KH Is what yon tZCs -.MM ...u..,... ...,.,,.... i ' Byp'-'i .naiAil .yvikMO nJl-A'l. t n o..Cta f Ss-. ,-f ',; siHOBHISO TO DEATH it ,vl 'Jp Jilie ;ttiii't .to -nun the Niigarisj. pV!iirl.Jbl Ramdais ii..-jtii.ifebis4 or ftl:inyer.iiis thin i.. irifle withJdlM asij J' NwllieU tiich .ii r. - i trullger lend and h.i-o I,- il i ,i hi. f.is tally Inn .: rli ii'n .r-' t -ii i ti tain i. and in t ,ii.s li, i,t i tlemgil perhaps sln;,i , ,,. ., 'I Ins i i.etir.ilji h. uheli cxtn-iiit Iv ilaugernus. and slcailn ore a hmicr grip mini at last the a-itiv . iiiiiintumlile ami sudden death bring- r. Iiei These. discuMsj ran ,r (.nrol bv iLe use of Athlojilionis wliiih, m i, .t,!,,., i,c.n witli Athlophonis Pill-, uev. r ) ul- uii u prup ,'rly u-id. Kt.iil tne lull, win.; tr,-iii tiinse who have tctid it. mild , I Another ca-e of Ion? standing rheuma tism was eurid Ky the u.-e nl Athiophnrns that of Wm. Hums, -Jul I.ist llik-h Hinst SpriiiL'litld, Oliin .Niid Mrs Burns npot j Is-tiucasked as to the rheuiiialiiu ami tin (Cure: " I had Is'en a .itistaiitsiiliererl'ri.ii biliainniattiry rln uuntiMii fur tni nty-llin years, until I used Atlilophorns, wliii !: i ' io years ago la-t April, hot that lime t have not had anr rheliniatisin whatever I ,,, . , -.. , , ,. , i Had von a Uul attack at tlie time von iiss j At,,,M,r,-. was a,kI Yes. my ban.!. , sure very mm li swollen and I snlerei , terrihly, hut tlie Atlil"ph"rns .is vvrv iiniiniit in action and (flieient in re-ilh si i. , tint it was but a short time after I com lunnxd its u-e before i hail relief, in fait. line Imttleliasctleittsltheeure t hrH liie meilicine made me verv sii k. and deaf, ami w.xs verv hanltotake, but I persisted with il and the di-ease pissed off with tht bad effects I . V..U olijt-ct to liavim; vm. statement pitl.li-lieil " vvae i-ked N"..t it -all, I think it a grand, good mulicine, am! would cert.iinlv n-sort to its u-e xtere i I ever allii' tisl with rlieumalism again. Every ilniggistslin.'ild keep tli!oiions and thluplioiiis I'ill-. Iml lieilliev .an not lie bought ol the dru;;iji lie- Atiii.. plioros to.,' 112 Wall St,. New York, wn send either (carnage paid) in rc(i.i .1 regular priie. wlmii isi-l.ui i.er isitlie . tor Athlopliwriis io, "ill. ..,1 IMI- For liver anil ki,!in". ,1-iw- lw iT-ln. in .4lli;rlUiitl. wuLlivss. u TVise itftu.i. i . if Houe-n. i-otL-I' iri, ' I' hi i , nrinis :himhJ. .vc Atliloiili ,p t ll!H r"iun.imad BfTTERS Coinlilnlnc IR0X with ITKE VEfiKTlHI.E Il)Ml. (isIcUf and roraaltUlf CLK4S" ail i:MUClIl.S TIIE UUM)I. oUkcnt theartloaof th tltfranilk'ldnfjt. ClMlntht mplexIafa-uikMtbetain smooth. Udotnnt lajore tht terth. rauw beadac h, or prodnre etm itlpatf6B-ALL 0T1IKII IfiOX HlDlCm 1)0. Phy-MciMBi utJ l)Taiffi9UTeiywbtxrj iwunnnqrHl it. Hb. N. S nroOLrs, of Iluioii. atawtaavn: "I iHx4ninrtt J Brown Iron Bitter uinl imblt t-mlo ft- t-nnrhinf lhs tlMl.aad rt-nnTiriil aUlitiei; C ) tnptucn. It tlim d licrt tin t--th " I. H, M. Itzitu, 1U-jq.-;.1a IiL, hait: "I hate prtHKnt-M Hron Inm But in .- i.f nmia itnd bUnd dtHMU-wn' l.i whui a tm.u -nn iH-wfttt. 4wi4 it ha tfxFr(t therriughlj a.tufat-0-' Ma Wm BTttX8.26St MaryM w Orleona. La , auijn Brown's Iron Bi(t-r relwrnd nm in a can of Hnnl niftnme, and I oeartdy tomit-fa.t it to tla--. lsil bliMal punfier. 3IB. W W Movahat Tawomtiiv Al ? "I hve bmn trttibleti fruro ctntlauuil wiiii I'npur Blmxl and ernjtiin on my (?-tw. bvtfe i-t Brvwn'a Ifou UjtCr etftvtJ a ir(o.t mr I canrn-t peak Uio highly uf this ralcat-l9 mexi.ujw. O-noine haa alw' Trade Jlurk and c" incd i-mJ an on wrapper. TUf no other. Sla-tconly i j uuoW.n tiiKVUAL. to mi.riMoia, ijn. AiivurACTURr-D ararfr " i ....l. j GE0.WVAl2Be&E0. V ITTS BURG WITV1J) FDR SAUe3VU3tAtJXRS EyOeY Nvurnsi niaTinfin Uoia Aw ouVnuacftioxof V atsc EaiiruitW rT.SUlt,w.uklc.-htlliM.ein.H. Wi.oLA8Ai.arEM Li-11 "ent only when aj plk-ailon UuccompcuiUtl hj buainMMcanl. l,i i a q " wj nn i LYON&HEALY 3TITI wi.l nu K.& Mon.oi b. Chicago, CuliMfn f Uh I', . V . IJ ..i.Kl U3 ls.9.Pi 'UlftiM ftisf Z1yU. .14 I 'vUUmiAl vr Kitf w lima l.VVes lisrtBiint IVfriSf Mt Cuun. ln.v.twoa mUr H.s Ktvw asd ftnkt, a'A4i VIaIs TlrltS V-li, MA m xk,iiM 11 CI nua Mnite. WILSON WA3HB0ABBS. i Xbf a Wii&1aIcim J ate v.ai xnXh Ja Xlent-Woo.lnia. "1 efc - ic? - t hnin1 4 Hl-t.l lf -17.4 4 Ml ?1 lLj 1S- U vwrl-,. Tor sale by all 4ealcr. 1 T .1 . ati... t M.'XJlW MFf3 CO., DO.KJ. SSciAvr. 31lchl-"n. FRANK COLLINS Wholesale and KcUil Dealer In ALL IDS OF GOAL 0FFICKS r Stirlni: Street, oppoxile V,otln Victory, H-7.-uth .Varkct.Sprliii: delil. O. lelrphitlie .u. 217. ITS; iSTOPPED FREE k htire Personj Kestwed DcKLIKE'SGHEAT ' NerveRestorfr - alltSRAWftlitKV Ul RASES. CW SM w tn J A'm APtttnnt Ftis. FiUrt-tv tte. IlKFALLlBLB if u&en aa dinsctai. AV-if aftt mjtrttdty't tttt. Treatise aid $2 ttiU t tle f ! Irn piie,ni-i.ine'y pjriiif rnjTr-((:nr-j-tron port irnca rrrtivrJ. Ss-wl -m, P.th aat citTc-tt tvl tt jifflKTtvt t KLIH.i,i Arch t .HiliJMt it Px. m Dmg&tv SEHMKB OF WiTATLSG tdL0S. ,tyrTy I ' a-aa-am - Whao VITALITY fc ftt'lirv. rralt lR UN I'll and KXHAIM Klloi l-vwirr IMIKM 1 1 1 HI l. H HT- .I nr itad a ivrf.-ri n.rt.1 t-iwu- trirv tn tl . FRENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES Adopted br all Vrencti IhT-i-un-" -uid U-inc rap.il n ES I rii,s. ilVAlW? rna-eufnlfr iiitruJ runt Ik-tm. ill vifAA.iaurlis'sr. ui? drains t-romittlT cbHktJ. ntr. VI is. piTinif news , Usu(ofiWorl mail -clth-ili t-mliH-nt tlm-ton KKkj; ii!nALfi AGEaiCV. Na 174 F4toa Slrael, few Tori PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." s T Orlarhml and Only pnnlnr. lfe.adilwFB:pell-U., l.sriirslhlrMlnlutlMiA hdl. ai.pra.. OkUfcr Mbi. LADIES.. J"" "ca'tt i r. (...." Au. im .urr, ow um m. Ito for rualv Uttr by irtin IL NAME PAP ER. m MB-M-mII. nkhtittr cnrmirmi m t-Hirs I'kUada-. I"i aWI4kr lnicaHUrTT-hr A, fti -4klraea a-ra rigiifk frAiny y rw) al I'fLLa. Tu im wUm. 61-01JI I WIMMen! c rj BEAonroL1 wSiam. yuk m il1 '-"' ' n CliSTupiln'A tJM m s j,, .riff. ftv.s-u M LftnE CHAUTAUQUA; THK i POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. , Dirts'tly on the mam line of the ' INLVHOhK. PENIt.&OHiORJ., I ' X V . L. K. .t W. It. K To.. I.ece I Mirl Ha j Helxveen Cincinnall mid New York Highest .VavagnMe Itruly i of Water on I lie Continent. I l.fSiKi fts't above the Ocean and TJ". ,fi;t I above Lake Krie. distant seven miles. . THE CLIMATE 5 PUBEAND IFiViGOHITING.! ' Tl.fl.tkt!- twenty mfln Innc and from one tuttim Iciilcs wit It. Lakuim4l, Hut-tun.-., ..ninth's lNilnt, Krnmi lVint. Hay it-w. llntiMwortfl. Marthtri Vltifyari.niAUttiU'iu.i , lv.ul Cli.uiUUKiua. Lontrl'.'litt. Alapltiriii-: anilU-i-iiiiiiarejuniiin; the liffer-iit trirti on tht L.ike iMtrtiniifit hv th Uinruer ti-slt" jors, riit-rearr iiuytt hxttflt atevt-fy t-ouit. Ilir Kiiniou-4 Clmutdii'iua Acml.lj llii itn he.i'tiiturter-tatf'liHUt.iti'iu.t L;ike,;uiiS i ontenr in Jnly ami Anu-tt of eiefj ear One of tbe most uouular ress-rts vn th I.Un U IjlK:EVv7"OOID. Ileri- all passeneer tralnx At the New York,' i ,iuii,jiiiii ,iuii mil,, uiiiiiimii .niu uyriiic ... ...... Iv ........ ,,.l III. .. I.ll..u..u.. ... tlie sf.lsui It 'M-inutliei liaiiUmiuA IkeStj. . linn. aud Uiilntrllsillrir iisnt Mr thceutlrtt r.oe mere are inn inuelsal uiuenuol. tuitti nt iiiimeusext'eand capaUfe nf aecnmaii.tat- inu nve Iniiidreil Kueatu r.ich. umerllUl1'l'lxt, steamers are euiist.intly lilxin tlie like. tr:;usirtln vliUturs tall buiiits. rtiilseln se.iri'it et a iileai.int resort losjieuJ tb xum- mer niiinths ratnmt fln.l a more convenient or 1 Uellahtlul il.u;e th.ui LaLnCtLautiiiiuu. - --- - s I EXtX'U.SI0. TK'KKIS. I ViaNew iork. IVnnsvliaula ami ihl. Kali I ruail.are uu sale at all local stations ami at I statlnns nt connecting lines In June 1st, cioitior ruturn until Octi4r:tlst. J. It. .ill VJ.Klt,vien..-aputlevvl.iBd,o. I I. P KtKMr'lt len. Pass. At.. New ork. A. H l. VltK.Astt. lieu. pass. Ant.. Cleve land. Out.. ISAi'-sXWA.KIX nviLT. milt, nviiv Sn.. No.ii. Xo. Ii Morn'i; .viik Vtl.iuttc, Central time. 22mln sluwerthan I ( llietniiatl Hum. I Lv Sprini;r.(ld , .r Vrtuncstftwn " .M.ulril!e -. " Oorry I " Lakewood . ... !" Jamestown " IiulTalo....... f ' Salamanca l " New York . .. l.lm ed t lin eit Express I M Ji.uii s 'tj.im i ssim 7 pi-am in :,!tii 4 l',pm 5 fitn ' 5'rn 7 i.ipm s ..'tarn 7 4ii ra 9 16am 7 ".ipin IU HJum 1ft ftsam s 40pm 9 .viani '.' l,pw Z -'pin B ii-pm j I'lilliiifin's Finest (oaches ou all Through Trains. WHAT FOR? (fi TU PcMOaGWIWCMRECTMEMHUOF Th&TrtA DENMARK ofj Te eRCAT'KDIEDY for DYSPEPSIA! A PURR VK3ET.HLK.CLl,1L5n, and not tmlr m Wmlthfut tanlr. btat lrn. annt and luilittatilctothe tnti. It lit In TlcorutlnaT tn ita atrltwn. -and haa -nrowad a wontlerfuT protector and rraturrtf ' o can aw auniar uruaift Rr it ad U na docattt kaap it malst apon Enn g-etun it fucyoo 8ACH8-raUDEN'& CO. CAYTONOIJIO. i SAOHS-PBUDBN'M OI.VOKR ALE Una tt YVorlil-wfde ItePalatlotj- 3 J An Ordlnnnre I tlr.Ln.tina! th ChaiUDian LloDtHo Lluht rim. 1 inn.nn RFwiRDm IVIVU-VV -- ww VIIIW I i V pany u .piinsneia. into, ine nuMCtu UyjfV nuvaisrt. i JtMiuMtriii-i pipe through certain a ' ya .tnd MtrCeH H.ud clti lor the conveyance at ttii foe powur :at ti"Hiwc purpose. Sf ttovl Ueit onlainea by tbn city Council nf the city t Vprinctteltl. Ohio. That the prlv 4le-ie Uemti laljereiyy KniUtrtl totltc I'hurn p!n Klectrlc Llcht Company trt open the alley nil-nil); e.iit and He-iLtruan.VarNet to Center street- in the renrof. the new pUntM viia KicctrtoLkiilitOdmpjny.iuUn-ihiiKit.nHtreet; the alley rutininn nnuth tlierttmm to JeIr-son itreet In Him rear of tl LVntral WieiOtj hou-e and that prtton ot Jefferson street Ivtpj: north ol the track- ot the 1 0 A .f. T. H.IUin.l ex i caatini; and lavim; In such alleva aial -iid stft?t?t from the iMantnf said cnmpiny to tbe tr.tcx.H oijLtid Rtnroat: il&Jincnt iruuiilpWiift ties in diameter Vw tt cilforheaUuttiiu.tppuer lilroad to the st.ttifuof etreetlini; elht Inche1 iuriote olcotneviniroi purpotrs from -id niilr I said ljtrieLlflUtl'-Biupany. Srr : Sniti f-cfVivnf l.m and la-clrt- iml all dtail fn reference thret(Vhlr be- under the direction of the engineer of sal J clti.ahd said alley- and street alter such pipe WTald th.iU within ne day be pUiceslinas uocondi li' m in eery reipeei -- inc saiiir i-rq rntre tlje Jiiakiui'I iihy.et-MiHtton therein at tfe -totecoit ol the naid Klectric Liifht oCipany .-t.r. I 'nieeltyrrserfflthe-rlaht te rrtfiuire hucIi pipes to be removed at th eiieB.evf aalil Bier trie Llcht t'AtiipAny on ten diys' ii-v-lice if the uhh thureof at, any time oit'laiiets the life, health or property of citizens uT said city. Sn 4 Thlsordlnance ahall takeeffect and be in fitrce t rout and ntu-r tht tluie provided , hy I.ih for Its !e;;al ptihllratloii. and sat'l bllec trio lisht Company shall pay the cost of pub 1 lication hereof. , l'assed ut:ust 2d. A I. Iw7. ' K.T THOMAS. Utesf President, i J S. SiiF'A-t.LTFR. City i'lerk. lm BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. P K. OOKVKIISE, I Ui Muni riauiis. Kooma 5 Jl 6. M Itebell Block. T. A.XJCWIS, DIITtST, S-E-Cor. Mluai;d.Mar9tStl. I W. H. SMITH, tavia or arHixa tiith OArria W1THOOT FAI. z ' llaaonlc BnlillDK, t JOB PRINTERS. II St "'JL11 ""LtVtIt.W and57 Arcade. Frlnt I ui vr. bUKraior sou raamoname Maooner. oaaicjE if Hds and, calling cards a ipedmlty. UNDERTAKER. WA. OKOSS A 0X.iUKUERTAI(XKS. Offlce and Wareroom. 46 W. Main it. 1 RedeneeB2 W. Huih it. I I , J. . iu Tb rent i-MAjlUai lrvrtptlatt' JQ -rtij0" ireatfitta. PvermAtorrhfti. Mr? jfSZj easellisI bv rlt ahiisin nr InJ4? t LuiaV dlscretJjia.Onttat&:tj'S-l i tr4lh. rBSFORcl ltr mail. Vrtt f.r I.ninhit f .a-r-i-nl i Bank ft C'bmailoal Co.t ctrotV nicaasitrsLUiaU.I',omiiiuu Ubea-es, Acciiteuti, Call tm or addre Theu. Trunin rii.r ififUt .u. (! If. -a., a. . ..". . V OWo.aoieAKCUt. ' TRIED IS THE CRUCIBLE. EiEia About twentr juan airo I dlseiFrerM a little sore on m? chk, ana the tJ't'ri pnnouncl It cancer. I hare trie-la namt rof rhysiclant, ltft uithr-tit rffflriDj any innan- t Wne&t AmonKthenutut" rn r -n orf piia,u'l. ThTnJlclo thfjr apj'ltt I wm Ilk fir- it ttir hire, i ausln Ini ns I nln. I uw a tatrment In Ihejm- ! t lllri-n h-t S S. hal donf.-r olbcrs nlmilari aH!I t 1 I - rornrrxl sontcat 4nc.i Defori-I kail u.a thet-r-.l bottle the .ijt.Uli CmM iw-tt..- ttiat ry raan r wm Jim.lUlis'Jl' Xrirrneral hr-altfc hiul Un tail f. twf't;thr-r'-ar!h tba-laha tluctmsh anal r It tA-ft! xintlnuaH. I ha-l a v.re I-aln In my breast. Aft. r tukln x Nt:U" ff S. S. S. my fi-ugh left me ant I (n"w stouter than I bn! l-en fur r-rrral ar. 3Iycoaa-er lias lteal.-tmiral ltaUulrit al-tit tbe t-lze of ahalfiitnt. anfl It i rapMly dUainar Ins. 1 vtouM allf? eTery one v itta canc-er to We a- S. 6,a,fair trl. ilka. NiStY J. St N VI t.IIIY. sAliir flrxTe, TliitULi to . I&4. FcKl. W. Swift ?jr-rifle I 'ntlily Tfftrtab. anl fm trurecm'm t.y fn-r n"' ith Impa rl tlr frfni tft 144l. Trvati4al'-U-Jana til;&ilisnst'A akiilvUfrt-e. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., DttAWP.It 3. ATI..TA. i:.. RAILROAD TIME CARD. I'lltslMirc. t'inililinti nnl m. I.iitl Itftll. WAV IiHipili fun llAlllflli Klll. I "infer s.iifilln m I'inl Jannarj "o. IssT, trains leave -sprimrtield, central sUiiiiiuilstjwa (nr, eiiia, Cinvinnati and l'olwrhlrx.7:ir a. rii..for I -ay tun 17:1 xm. fur, ,el,l anil llnliaiiaHii (tulla. in. for X ci i i.i. t'liiciimati. t'olumhus, Indian !(kvlis! add (hie-.ii;... :.'. p. in.; for Xcnia, DliytiUl a"d Ciui;iniiat, (:.:lli p. in. lrains arrive in spriin:lied at .:ir and ........ ... i .1 .. ... . ..... . ........ i iuoth.ih.. w-m I', iii. mi"! -".-i" v- fU.nlr. lIJlllv, eM-ept Minday. Sam. Doiii.s, Ticket Agent. Ciilanlliii., (Mnrlnuatt nil luaiiQvp(iIls Ii4.tlwaf. 00I.7Q I1ST. ' ',? ,Rll?.,!t.p,T,.,.-r 1 11-? f"a i- ' rk .. Uoston ksfreM -i..'Jini , l si -... i.i, Iff. ua.. ,... ?. i Cter.tui JJt Klstarn Uipnsu.. JLtApm I ew V ark Limited Express n.a pra GOIXO 0OCTH. Nlicht Eitre "2-)atn z7spK.Oa iM.s Kx swain 1 Cta Hyine LucKs ". c.sm zv Cincinnati Jl I adlauapn'.is Exprexs llunam :lTetaJac'tcdccattl''zaress. .1 Him UtsL5ln .tilouu Kan. Ex . '(..Bun f i J t S usivi rem iiST. 9 NIzht Express -iaiam li.lu rliui, tiu.'heyi- 7 t aiu ICieTelaaiS A01nclsn-.tl Kiprci Uipra Ne Vork. Boston Jt 'tnclnnatt Sx "4JSpm , aamtrvtrxoy tocTK. Meet Express l.'-1m r lupiu i tt iMytmt rlneS-Id Areera fr't.. '. .2i.'i 5e- V' a- -oisi.ii-uu s .-v am sl-lSprn .- ! pta t. w Yoik Uu ed bxpress Nn. 11 Lhs throth sitM-n-TS to Nen orlt and trmt,T ntlfli .nt . K ,. ra r ft " 1 '" ' ': ""' t-nouj llmttist expms, com n 4ipm xmien'irelTateleeprrs. east ot Clcxeland. , ,, i raroCKti.plisjuT. Iroru JirlnOld. Mskea l"ni few York In JUS hours and Boston la .4 aoars. O. H. KNIQUT. i;.. n.. itcket Aicent. D. D. MAKTIN. Aresde lipot. 8. P. A. SLrtnSeld. 0C K"V.. lvon. A Ohio It. II. . ah irains.rua oa, vuiraiiime' minuief i none erttia.acUy time. TRatss i rva oiitso usT. So, 4. Stjw Yerk lannteil. dally 10:-i a. m. i Aooua-d.iilititepti'uuday- .fci'p.m. No. S .... 10:3". p. m. ' 12 Atlantl-Ki . ilany 2:11) a. m. t I T.uuiyjiiL,,)Huirur. So. Ctli i St. L mis Ex.. daily . .. 210 a. m j " 1. Acttn..d.itiyetttBt aaudayjli:i7 a. m. ". 5. St-Lotrl.s Hi .dally 3:51) p.m. Vo.4 tia sieetsrri. but no change ofcanin elthercas tUr .Jth to NewYark. N'o. 5baj I tltvuttDilcrSMrs MiM.,lul!i ;l j ,1-nsf liltk ttstriltn t.);iu paints ea of. and 'I laeluJfae''J.rtlrLeiir)cn.'. ' For tickets to all points and further infor . rac,tioti. caDo.-i J.l. Phlihik. I Alien:. 7i Arcade. Telenlp'ne call '10. IliiUiimv. Illooiiutifrtoii ;itiit Ve.teru Itisll- tra' ay. Attaiva rami mirth. ' bpainn -1 tiuiSu-i !l JOolnrati n.ilt lrspfSJ; . -1 (O a m , 9ara . l-usm . ! a m uskyai.r.StTia:rieId IU as .vian . vksivic runM cast. l.tHtltrTrUlirrti....: .' .. s Cbteaso. -1. L A Kan uti Inn t V a m 7SAn(l4il1I ilijl. .... ilOJSam SC!tfrAJ.-:e.'t A'Unn.UirKx J -516 pra AKK'V C ."KliU S'Adf. re .. . TSI am -yt'iam - 4 25 pra ,1111, .VOKTH, --its am uress 1016 am 5 sprlctield and .saudusky Kx 5 .55 pm J I j I'O'ilir ooim: cisr. u:1,:itirs -. ' 'liiiiiii AfanlHa-.llli. J, I I ,UI!,1V rCDTllKi..tfon .uiisj -C6ii)inoiitfon. . .io:ara l -tw I' llfest - i ' DKriBT .OTSli WK.ST. 1 NlKtit riinress JiDiin 7i.ia m uf'r31,litij, - i. L. X K: Cereal". Jt. L. X Kan. I'lty f.x 5 15 p m llliii rsmniitri! talir.Ml. AKRII E FKnU SOITH. 3 B-iliibridije tceomnioitatlon 910am 1 .Mail aud Kvpress 4:9) pra nrpvkT i.iiig siiiTit. 2 Maitamt Kvpress 1025am 4 Bainundf .cconimoit:itlnn i3,sptu All trains marked run dailyiall others dally except I-uintay. -t:in.l;inl time, vvblrri is a niinutesjlpwerUuan frpr nirnld city time. rTf WM.HKFKEB.MAX. D. II. nOCHE. Ticket AKent. lienenil Ajsent. V f ! Tl K J Ij ! . ! ! j ! I ' r-fW- i 'J JUDICIOUS. ADVERTISING IS THE , KcvsTOfic to Success." j l ' 1 THtflO. HUBtARO CO. r t -s " v yiJvaiot(S AcvcflTiiiNQAccTaND , 1 acrTta' DcsicNtAs: CNCff- ens AND CLECTROTVPCRS. New Haven. Conn. . Lowest Prices consistent with J First C Li 63 Service aao pBLut boo orii'Dinai NfwaPfit aiNT FREE TO Ao- HINTIIIIIIWNO HItN ButlNat tuo nT Bwaincaa. CtVOflO(Nt.I SotictTS"" 9' Ak Ua.li.. . " . -- . Ll- "- !.. It son brings Inttihethhy play And SUyuUlUs tLt Systm throuaTli. Front enm u of htrad to sla 4)f alhM. It cure tlitj lllci, It open , pores. lt appetite lt-xon re- siortt, vvke families thronhimt Keep TA It It A XT V SF.I.T.EI.neart hanj. CANOPY TOPS. inr. I'm.lv r. :........ rriuiiitr Vllu, br rIA r,.r . ' llrs J:ull llHclieJ. ' -lyldk r,.r All siyrs .ui stf.lr, f VI aauns. lAre dis count, to builders anj Ui'jli i. s o.l ror IUuv rrast m Lkt- l.).'. iiKt:i:.vco. .Vrslosii, C'uuo. T!iilH.FQT MPI P PHD uru 1 1 I'amo iHoreMnnPT to Oanrka. T VfUI Seud Wil 12S-paj:e !Uok. with pre- X tcriutlona fir elri.llt- f..r uii i-rnus aua ,"-rrSr"'- tor iro. (ITI. tfimiM I JAastern.trp T4 I tfVtMiASO.TVf.ilK. .. p 6 N'ew York Limit Vi , i . hvaii f' STivlceNjI-feEvpress a 4 Put In ';.'.' Ki Wr' 1 avi r . i tfBPtQm i meBaasm IH'J WUroniu street, 3lilHaukee, U la i!