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REPHBUO, FRTDiiT EVENING SEPTEMBER 23 1887.
61 AND OPERA HOUSE
I LIKE IT! I LIKE IT!
EVERY BOIr LIKES IT!
Et(!KMKXT JOUO.VE MilUT ONLV.
MONDAY EV'NG, SEPT. 26.
A C.KEKT CA-T OF ) AliTlSTS!
Sole 1-rop'r and Manater.Mr. V. W.TIIlotton.
Se "The Lone Fisherman "
J--ltu- tiatiriui: Hi-ifcr "
tjThe lleautllul t usiuraes "
JM-r"The Miserable hufflaus "
rhe llt-autiful Amaznns."
The Dutch Captaiu "
t-f "Tli-- lrt.ti roUceman "
Hear tbrKreat topic 1 none, "t I.lkr It "
Ihr Burst Burlesque Organization In ex
istence. Krsenred Seats on sale at Harris's Clear
cm; night only,
TUESDAY EV'NG, SEPT. 27.
A picture jue performance, presenting the
stronccst melo 4rmmm ot the ace. entitled:
In four acts, by the celebrated Fnsllsh
writers. Ueo. Conquest and Henrr Pettltt.
id nenrr I'etm
"In the Kanks.
autnorsoi "inr norm.
"Takn Jrom Life," etc . presented by
Minn Crolius and W. L. Clcasoo
And a Dramatic Company ot rare excel
' lence. with realistic cenery, prepared ex
press); by L W. seavy, of Xew ork, pre
FAM0U3 "LOCK" SCENE
Papular Prices. Seats at Pierce's.
Can only be presen ed by keeping the
scalp clean, cool, and fret from dan
droff, and the body in a healthful
condition. The great popularity of
Ayer's Hair Vigor is uuo to the fact
that it cleanses the scalp, promotes the
growth of the hair, prevents it from
falling out, and gives it that soft and
silky gloss so essential to perfect lteauty.
Frederick Ilanly, ot lioxhuiy, Mvi ,
gentleman fif t j ears ot ae, was fa.st
losing his hair, and abut remainel was
Browing ?ray. After trying arious
dressings with no effect, he commenttd
the usa o- Avers Hair Vigor. "It
topped .he falling out," he writes:
"and, to my great surprise, converted
my whit hair k without staining the
scalp) to 'At tame shade of Iroica it
had when I waa 23 years of age."
Tew Years Younger.
Mrs. Mary Montgomery, of Boston,
writes: " For years, I tm compiled
to wear t.ress cap to conceal jv laid
pot on the crown of my nead ; nut now
1 gladly lay tie cap aside foi your Hair
Vigor is 'iringing out a jew growth. I
could hardly irust my senses when I
first found rij hair growing ; nut tht re
it is, ana S am uelightnd. 1 look ten
a. .lmilar resiit attended the use of
Ayer's Hair Vigoi Sy Mrs. O. O. l'rcs
eott, of Charlestowx, Mass., Miss Bessie
II. Bedloe, of Burlington, Vt., Jdrs. J. J..
Burton, oi Bangor, Me., and numerous
The loss ot hair may ne owing to im
purity of the blood or derangement of
the stomach and liret, in which case,
a course of Ajer's SarMiparllla or of
Ayer'f Pills, in conne tinn with the
ixor- may be necessarv to give health
and tone to all the functions of the
body. At the same time, it cannot 1ms
too strongly urged that none of these
remedies can do mjrh gtMsl without
a persevering trial and strict attention
to cleanly and Ruiiwrate habits.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Prtparrd t j Ir J C ver & C-o..I,oI1,Um.
fckild by DrogUu uid rvrfumera.
Mexican War Veteran
The wonderful efficacy of Swift's Specific as a
reinedj and cure for rfaeum&tlsm and all blood dls
--, has nerer bad m more conspicuous Illustration
than this caas affords. The candid, unsolicited and
emphatic testimony glrva by the renerable genlle
ejui must be accepted as oonTladng and conduslre.
The writer is a prominent dtlsen of XlMtsslppi. The
Ct-ntkman to whom Xr. Xartln refers, and to whom
Lets Indebted for the adTlce to which he owts his
n:i&l relief from years of suffering. Is 31 r. inc for
luiny ytmn tbe popular rUght clerk of tbetawreaos
Jacksos, XhUs, April 81 1981
Tns Swrrr Sr-ccmc Coararr, atlaata, Oa, :
Gentlemen I hare been an Invalid pensioner for
t rty years, harlnc contracted pulmonary and other
ll-&.es la the Kezlcan War. but not till the 1st of
..arch. 1S7 did I reel any symptoms of rlievunaUsiii.
n that day I was suddenly stricken with that dla-t.i-e
In both hips sad ankles. For twenty days I
al Led on crutches. Then the pain was less violent,
m It thlfled from Joint to Joint. For weeks t would
(e iiitally disabled, either on one side of my body or
iTh.- other. The pain never left me a moment for
l-ren Tears and seven months that is f nun March 1.
is3, when 1 was nrst attacked, to October 1. 1-S,
k M n X waa cured. Imrinir tbee eleven years of In
sve uneruifr 1 irua innumersoie presenpuons
fv.Mn various tfcysk-lans, and tried everything sue-
rttsl bv frtenda. but
u. uent from any medicine taken Intel
rat u i ever reeeivru we
iedlcin taken lntemallr
Yually, X am not aware of It. Finally, about the
st nr ls-ntmtier. I made arraii-emeTiI. to CO to the
I. SfirlnKS of Arkansas, having despaired of every
tier remedy, when I accldral-dly met an oldae-
. kin-, now of the Lawrence House
. tUselty. lie haa once tiren at-real su-xererTTcta
-Lt-uniatlsm, and. as I sup-osed, bad been cured
or aTllito Hot Sp-inirs. but when Xmet him be
s.lmethathUTUitto thellot Sprtnss was In earn
te found no relief OnhistturnfromBotSprin-ra
V heard, f or t he first Urns, of the 8. S. 8. as a reme.ly
rheumatism- He tried It and six bottles made a
lletecure. Several 3 ears have passed since, but
- lis had no return of the disease.
1 immediately returned to try It. In September I
1 s k f..r bottles, and by the first of Oetober I was
v.e-lns far as the rheumatism was cum-emed. All
j rr -usc-.
I have no Interest In msklne this statement other
ilLUtlie hope that It may direct aomeother sufferer
tiisfu-f source ot reUef.and If It has this result!
am well rewarded for nr trouble. 1 am very re-v,s-truUy
and truly your friend.
3.X. O. M-anx,
Per sale bv all dru-lsts. Treatise on ZOood and
S In lh.caM-t xuailtd free.
Thi Swrrr SracTftc Cx.
Drawer 3. Atlanta. Oa.
. HomMpathie Vetirina
Ihobses, cattu. shezp
BOGS, BOGS. P0U1TRY.
nJiedtyTJ. S. Qorosm't
Chart on Roller,
-aa-d Book Scat sVa----
Humpht-W . CUm 10 taUta St, T.
EOXEOFATEIC ft ft
Inarm. Thaoclysiii nasifiil n-asilytor
Kenm MHitT, Vital Wwkms,
end Xr-i-sl-. -fmm-u.--r-o--l tirs-j-e ???
m rr-rlai.orS vials aad lance rial powdsr. for Sa.
lauaon-ra. eraent paetpaid oo -e-fpt
M atM 4--B----B BSSS
r-f-i-a. PENIfTBOVAI. SrAVKBS are
J-S t-i-oceasfully urcd monthly by over 10,000
JB Ladle. Are Safe. Ffxtuatmut PtratatU
r - inrtJevJari 2 -u-ruge atamp-L. Addl-eas
Trw KcaazA CH-cair si. Oo, IaTBOD, lt-ca
F-r i-iMieby rraak . Coblentz and A.
A Sljit for 1-rofaulonal Mf-ndlrants.
"S.nce I put that up," sild a down
town bu-inrvs ninn, pointing to a sign In
p r cent.
the bc-cgnrs hat c- fallen off 80
I don't Irate ton aDtilicatta
"tore I ul to hao 11X)
i i.iir I'tuuiiu in ijuuuu uiui nil unwinii
' rt fnnr. tn n luill.!.-... .... .v. .... ... i.-
I1!.. iJaMnl I.. s... .1 1 1 .
. .. w......i,p.. .. urn in mc
I-nlice, but niinoiiiirtil that all npplicnnts
for aid would be referred to the down
town reliaf burenti, where, if worth),
the) would lieassNted The bureau U a
terror to the "rounders." who ni'ti-r
work as lonij ns they can llnd a credulous
Z': o,lr,,aib,Tr0U ,,nnk ",,.an' ,n.
, --.-i ,m m wr. siio iiiiieuiucr) oi
1 t Mil ku ti ft tnwt l.n .(.. . I . .
.... .--..vj w i; iieiis-uuu H IlllIUKlllirU
proves tH much for them, mid where
the) sec its placards the) now retire Willi
disgU,t. There are from KK) to 1,000 of
these notices distributed in down town
ollices, mid the statement of this business
man is continued b) the cxerietice of
other subscribers to the bureau Albert
C IIt-bb-.nl, suixrintindeut of the bureau,
also fc,is tint of thase who nppl) tobub
scnlietN and receive tickets atmut half
fall to pre-eut them at the bureau.
The first thing wlifch biipcrmtendcnt
Ilchlienl doe-t after taking an applicant's
story, address and references, is to give a
tickit for a night's lodging and three
meals, either at the men's lodcinc hou.se
or the Women's home, ni that the appli
cant is cared for for one day while the in
vcstigntion is piingon The consequences
oi detection to an liniKistor are serious.
and likely to include a term on the island
for agrnnc). A report of nil fraudulent
cases k made to the Chant) Organization
societ), which acts as a clcanng house for
all the chanty organizations In New York
It re-iort the frauds dttected by one as-t-ociation
to all the others, and sup-orts a
police nguit who devotes lib. time to ar
resting and bringing such offenders to
punishment The society publishes a
monthlv bulletin of frauds, and the last
number contained the names of twentv-
fotir pmfessional iK-gcars and of Feenty
four fraudulent charitable Institutions in
the city whose agents solicit funds As
there are 2,000 copies of these bulletins
circulated among the ministers, churches
and cliantable workv rs of the cit), it lie
conies comi,initively easy to ascertain the
merit of any applicant for relief. New
The Old Clown's lays Are Over.
CiaL V. C. Crum, the advance agent of
Forvpaugh's circus, bas: -'The day of
the clow ns is nearly over Formerl) they
w ere half the show, but now they attract
but little attention. The enlargement of
the shows is the chief cause. The big
show s now ba e tw o or three rings, and
the circle of scats is so far off thnt the
people cannot hear the jokes of the clowns.
In the old days nn average clown received
from $100 to $.!00a week. Dan Hicc,
w ho w as considered the greatest of them
oil, was paid ? 1,000 a week, which was
the highest salarv a clown ever receiv ed.
He was a bnght, ambitious joung fellow,
posse-sod of much orlirinallty, and he
rv ached the top notch of his profession
Once an educated Joung Englishman, a
graduate of Oxford unit ersity, who pos
sessed excellent comic talents, wns
brought over to this country, and he was
paid $100 a wetk. At the present da)
the y of the clowns ranges from f 20 to
$50 a week." Couner-Joumal.
The Non-payment of Rent.
In the reports of tho health of towns
commissioners it is continually ointed out
that sickness is the chief cause of the non
payment of rent. One witSess sa)s:
"Three out of Ave of the losses of rent
th-tt I now- have are lose from the sick
ness of tho tenants, who are working men.
Kent is the liest got from healthy houses "
Another sa)s. "bickness at all forms an
excuse for the poorer part not pajmgthiir
rent, and a reasonable excuse," so that
filth causes sickness, sickness inability to
work, inability to work poverty and non
patent of rent, to say nothing of starva
tion Science Book Het ie w.
Hard and hoft Water.
The iiuiKirtance of soft water for do
mestic tmrposes is illustrated by the ex
perience of a large 1indon asvlum, in
which n change from hard to soft water
has resulted in an estimated annual sav
ing in soda, soap, labor, etc., of more than
64.000. Arkansavv Traveler.
A Gift For All.
In order to give all a chance to test I Land
thus be convinced of its "wonderful curative
powers. Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, will be,
for a limited time, given away. This offer
is not only liberal, but shows unbounded
faith in the merits of this great reined).
All who suffer from Coughs. Colds, Con
sumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, or any af
fection of ThroaLChesLor I.nngs.are espec
ially requested to call at Charles Ludlow A
Co 's Drug store, and get a Trial Bottle
Free, Large Bottles SI.
Mrs. Phabe Chesley. Preston, Clay Co.,
Iowa, tells the following remarkable stnrj.
the truth of which is vouched for b) the
residents of the town: "I an "i jears old,
hav been troubled with kidney complaint
and lamtnest tfor many years: could not
dress raysilf without help. Xow I am free
from all pain and soreness, and am able to
do all my own housework. I owe my
thanks to Electric Bitters for having re
newed my youth, and removed completely
all disease and pa n. Try a bottle, only
Site at Charles Ludlow X Co.'s Drug Store.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sjres, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sore. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
General Boulanger's mother was English.
His sixteen-year-old daughter is tall, grace
ful, blue-eyed and of her father's noble
SLEEPLESS MC.HTS. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the
remedy for you. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. C. F. II. Pieley. of Valysia. Fla., devotes
his spare time to the culture of tigs. He is
said to have the hnest tig farm intheUiiited
Vlaor -and Ml.il I ty
Are quickly given to every part of the body
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. That tired feeling
is entirely overcome. The blood's purified,
enriched, and . italized, and carries health
instead of disease to every organ. The
stomach Is toned and strengthened, the ap
petite restored. The kidneys and liver are
roused and invigorated. The brain is re
freshed, the mind made clear and ready for
work. Try 1L
The painters, Munkacsy and Aneell aie
among the first members of Kaiser t rancis
Joseph's new order of Arts and Letters.
Blood Elixir is the only
Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcere, Erup
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Iiheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
In Singapore, if a lover can catch his
adored in a canoe race ne can marry her;
hence the expression, canoebial bliss.
When used according to directions. Ayer's
Ague Cure is warranted to eradicate, trom
the system. Fever and Ague, Intermittent,
Remittent, and Bilious Fevers, and all mal
arial diseases. Trv IL
The widow of an editor in Shawnee, ().,
still conducts the paper and sa)s that her
husband's spirit directs her.
WILL YOU SUFFElt with Dyspepsia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitilizar
is guaranteed to cure y ou. For sale by F.
James Henry', great grandson of the fa
m'-us Patrick Henry, is one of the promis
ing young men of Tennessee.
Champlln'a Liquid Fearl, SO Cents.
Don't pay 75 unless so printed on bottle
MOM LIFE TO DKATH
is but a moment it rheumatism or neural
gia strike the heart. These (liaeaaea arc
lliemot p"iful and the most dangerous
OI J - "" numan kind u liaMt-
1 I "I . Ha r. - .. a, .1
) They tir from one art to another without
a iiituiirms ninupi;, ana iniinienu and
, other outward applications are in theni
I selves dangerous liecause therarc liable to
l rue the disease to some vital organ mhI
caune instant death. KhetimatUm ami
I neuralgia arediseasesof the blood, andean
, only be readied by a reme.lv which wil
drive from the blood the dangerous aciiN
' f.uch"?,,yAtl.!ophoros. Itl.an
thoroughly tested and is a safe, sure cure
Roliert Sprotbery, Driver on Cedar Ave
Car Line, and who lives at C GltmLle
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, said in relation li
his rheumatism: I have lieen troubled for
I shout three years with rheumatism in im
hip. 1 have had many severe attac ks. th it
rendered it impossible formetowork. 1 hi-
attacks would often last from four to mi
weeks, but I am glad to say I have foun.
the medicine that masters the disease am.
drives it awar. I used Athlonhoros i .,
one of these bad attacks and witli hut a ft u
does I was rid of the rheumatism anil pun
Have vou had anv return of the dic-iM
was asked. Yes, i have never used Atli
lophoros steadily, as I am well siti-lin
to use it as I do. As soon as I feel tht
first symptoms of rheumatism I taken !"-,
or two sf Athlophoros and thus avoid tin
attack. I always keep it on luiul run
would not be without it.
Kolicrt D. Smith, of London, Ohio, h u
had an attack of rheumatic fevr,nhih !
a time rendered him helpless. One Isittl
of Athlophoros cured him, and though tl.i
was nearly two years ago, he has not hai
Every druggist should keep Athloplu io
aad Athlophoros Pills, hiitulierelhev i-aii
not bo bou.'ht of the druggist the Aihh
phoros Co ," 112 Wall M , -New York, w
send cither (carnage paiili ou rniipi
regular price, which is $1.10 per loll!
for Athlophoros and 50c. for Pills
For liver and kidney disease.. dis; s Ir
dU-eslion, weakness, nervous ihlilit d.-i ist
of women, nvnstlpstion liesdaihe. jt,m
blood, c., Athloplionw IMIs an1 mi-sjuul'sl
Kcv. J. G. Wood sa)s. In .oiiummi's
.Vi(nziuc: "No one would have thought,
on placing an oysUr and a live-hnger side
b) side, that the stariish Is a relentless foe
to the oyster. Those who can remember
their first fruitless endeavors to open an
oyster may naturally wonder how the star
fish can achieve such a feaL As I have re
peatedly seen, it proceeds as follows:
Clasping the o) ster in its ra) s, it brimrs its
mouth opposite the hinge. From the mouth
it pours a secretion which paralyzes the
hiuge muscles and causes the shell to open.
It cannot, like the dog-whelk, extract its
prey and put it into Its stomach, v it re
verses the process, and puts its stomach
into, or rather over, the oyster, protruding
the stomach from its mouth, surroundinc
the oyster with its coats, digesting it, and
then withdrawing the stomach into its
boil). The wildest fane) of oriental legend"
never equaled in grotesque imagination this
jierfectl) true history of the ojster and the
thousands Buffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc Did yon ever try
Acker's English Kemedyt It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, 60c
Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and
Short, full sleeves, terminating just above
the elbow, are sometimes worn with dress)
summer toilets. Long gloves, the tops of
which are tucked inside the sleeves, are in
variabh worn with them.
Koran OJf HATS,"
Clears ont rata, mice, roaches, flies, ants, bed
bugs, beetles. Insects, skunks, lack rabbits,
sparrows, gophers, moths.moles. 15c druggists.
"ROrCill ON COKJ.'
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." ( uick re
lief, complete cure. Corn s, warts, bunt ma. 15c
"bofkh on iTcn."
"Rough on Itch" cures skin humors, erup
tions, nng worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilblains, itch, ivy poison, barber's itch.
50c Druggists or mail. E.8. Wells, Jersey City.
KOUnn ON CATARRH"
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases ; also unequalled as
gargle for dli)hthcr1a.ioreUjoaUfoul breath. 60c
General Sherman is in as great demand
for yachting parties as he Is for dinners or
theatrical "first nights." He is as good a
sailor as he is a soldier, and can spin yarns
equal to the oldest salt.
In Ilrief. and to the I'olnt.
D)spcpsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is niis-ry. Indigestion Is a toe to good na
ture. The human digestive apparatus is one of
the most complicated and wonderful things
in existence. It is easily put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, ir
regular habits and many other thinirs w hich
ought not to be, have made the American
people a nation of d)speptics.
But Green's August Flower has done a
wonderful work in reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American people so
healthy that they can enjoy their meals and
Ilemember: N'o happiness without health.
But Green's August t low er brings health
and happiness to the dvspeptic Ask your
druggist for a bottle. Set, ent) -fit e cents.
The morning costume, to be stylish. Is in
white chuddah cloth trimmed with bright
colored valveL Yellow is stylish.
Disorders of the stomach, liver and kid
neys can be cured by restoring the blood to
a healthv condition, through the vitalizing
and cleansing action of Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
It is the safest most powerful, and uio-t
highly concentrated alterativ e av ailable to
The plain skirt has come to stay without
doubt, and is therefore carefully finished
and generally lined throughout.
. C ATA Kl -H CUBED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Uetne
dy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale by F. A. Garwood.
The emperor of Austria has founded a
new order of arts and letters, and among
the first recipients of the decoration are the
painters Anirell, Munkacsy and Matejko.
XJV yvyv Of the good things of this
xv life are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepslr. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents, by
Prank U. Coblentz, corner Market and
Alvan Clark thought more of his skill as
a miiiRtiire portrait painter than of Ins
genius for telescope making. In that he
showed a taue streak of hvman nature.
Cured of Neural-fia.
EtsT View, Wfstciilsti-.u Co., X
January 23, lbSO. t
I hate been a great sufferer with pains in
the back of my head, worse than any head
ache. I could not reach it with any inter
nal medicines at all. and during the cold
weather I have suffered excruciatingly. I
finally thought I would try an Ali cock's
Pi. vstkii. applied to the naiie or my neck.
In less than half a day the pain entirely
ceased. Lorrih L. Duikav
Annie Mercer, of Missaukee county,
Michigan, promises to become a giantes;.
She is only in her twelfth year and yet tie .
is a trine over six feet in stature.
rvoa. thatare fretful, peevisli,
-JX,V'W cross, or troubl.-d with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, 'an be relieved
lit once by tuing Acker's Baby Soother,
'.t contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 25 cents. Sold bv
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
John Boyle O'lteilly and Julian Haw
thorne are fine specimens of athletic man
hood, and are very' unlike in appearance to
the popular idea of "litterry fellers."
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
(rest Nerve Ilestorer. No fits after first
day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and
SI trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to
Dr. Kline, K.U Arch street, Philadelphia,
Jenk had a queer d renin the other night
He thought he "aw. a prize-lighter' ring,
and In the miildle of it Mood a doughty
little champion who nut and deliberate!)
knocked over, one b) one, a score or more
I of big, bur!-!ookiiig fellows, as the) ad-
aneeil to the attac k tJianLs as they were i
1 in sire, the .limit pigui) trot-il more thin ,
a iiiateh for them. It wasnll so funn) that
I Jenks woke up laiiehiug. lie aeconnls for
the dream b) the 1 ut that ho had just come
to theioncluslon, aftr tt)ing nearlv eer
bur. drastic pill on the umrkt t, tint 1'ieue's
land In-it all the rest hollow1
tiny I'lirsathi l'ellets easil) "knock out i
Lichtniiig at Gabriella, Via , struck a tall
pine, which it spin from top to bottom.
Then It Jumped tvvent) feet to a barbed
wire fence, cutting out tho posts and run
ning the fence'for a hundred yards.
the Children. They are es.
pecially liable to sudden
Colds, toughs. Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc. Wo guaranteo Acker's English
I Kerned) a sitive cure. It saves
hours of anxious watching. Sold bv
Frank H. Coblentz, cornel Market and
j HiBh streets.
I King lltuiilHrt has olKred to the Crown
Prune of German v the use of the royal
chateau at Caserta for the winter.
Advlf to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil
dren teething, is th - prescription of one of
the best female nu"-s and physicians in '
the United States. -nd has been used for
years with novcr-falling success by millions
of mothers for their s'hildren. During the I
process of teething its v aluels incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures d) sen
tery ahd diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving i.ealtu to the
ihlld it reatsthe mother t'rlr SSc a bottle.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PUHt
Cod Llvrr Oil. U llh llyoiliMlillrs,
for Luwj Tnmhh mul U'hsKik )fs-fis--.
Dr. J. Sinionaud, Xtw Orleans,
La., savs; "hcott's Knmlsloii is the iincst
preparation of the kind. In affections of
the luiiKs an'l other wasting diseases, we
may consider it our most reliable acenL In
a perfectly elegant and agre able form."
1 ii r been bothered with catarrh for
about twenty years: I had lost sense of
smell entiril) for the Iat htteen )tars. and
I had almost lost in) hearing. My c)es
were gettlui: so dim i bad to uet some one
to thread my needle. Now I have my hear-
itit- as well as I ever bad, and I can see to
thteail as line a needle as ever 1 did, my
sense of smell is partly restored, and it
set ins to be improvinc all the time. I think
there is nothing like Kly's Cream Balm for
catarrh. Mrs. E K. Grimes. 07 Valley
street, Uendrill. Perry county. Ohio.
Iarl)'s 1'ropliylnctlc Fluid.
Use it ill every sick room. Will keep the
atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing
all hail odors from any source.
Will destroy all disease germs, infection
from all fevers and all eonl igious ills, ases.
The eminent physician, J. Marion Suns,
M.D New York, -1: "I am conv ineeil
that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid is a
most valuable disiufectauL"
A lnnerous Surelrn! Operation.
A fatal mistake. At the time. Dr. Vance,
of Cleveland, performed the ojieration on
the lady for the removal of a cancer of the
stomach he found when too late that the
poor woman had no cancer to be removed.
The disease was indigestion, and if she had
taken the Shaker Extract of Hoots (Siegel's
Syrup) that awful distress at the pit of the
stomach, which made the doctors think she
had cancer, would have been removed. Dis
tress after eating, dull, heavy feeling in
the head, with pains 111 the side and back
all vanish after using this wonderful rem
edy. The tired, languid feeling gives place
to strength and vigor.
Mrs. Delia Marsh writes from PoaUnlge,
Benton county. Ark., that she had dyspep
sia in the worst form for five years, and
that nothing gave any relief until she used
the Megel Sy rup.
FAULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE
"I hive Used Simmons l.ivir Ileg
ulatorfor in my years, having made
it my only family medicine. My
motliir before me was very partial
to It. It is a safe, good ami reliable
medicine for any disorder of the
sy stem, and if used 111 tune is a
great preventive of sickness. I
often recommend it to 1115 friends,
and shall continue to do so.
"Kev. James M. Kollins.
"Pastor M. E. Church, fco. Fair
Time and I) icior's Ililla Saved by nl
wray 8 keeping Simmons Liter Kegula
or in the heme.
"I have found Simmons Liver
Kegulator the best family medi
iclne I ever u-ed for anything that
in) hapieu, have used it ill Indi
gestion. Colic Diarrhua, Billions
ness, and found it to relieve im
mediately . After eating a hearty
supK'r, if, 011 going to bed, I take
about a teaspoonful. I never feel
the effects of the supper eaten.
"Ovid G feparks,
"Ex-Mayor Macon, Ga."
as- om. ckmjim: -
lias our ?tampon front of wrapper.
J. II. ZF.II.1X 1 CO.. Sole Props..
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
1-.T-1CUAULO I MI-
Bril in th-9 wer t
Ha mlt RrUkblvt la
MtintmaM)l im n-JufnUi
tln'i . retos-tl the ' r
fret of l.l dj-psi Iram
ihh r ntl ni braaitfw
Illttk or Br..wn Fz
p'sTmlnry -HfC Mr acft
fc--a onpplfiwn, nt-n
ttm Inr thia paprr Kt4
hj alldroBT'sta. Art-Uad
'Bithsia'i W!( fob-,
CIII.,MrCIIAMCAI.nii.l MIMX. I X
CIM.lT I'.IXi lit the Rensselaer I'ol)-
tiilinir Institute, Troy, . . The oldest
engineering school In America. ext term
begins ts-ptembrrlttli The Keglster tor 1S.S7
contains .1 list of thegraduites for the past 62
years, with their positions; also course of
study, requirements expenses, etc. Camll
dates from a distance, or those living in dis
tant states, by special examinations at their
homes, or at such school .is they may be at
tending, may determine the "luestlon of ad
mission without visiting Troy. For Keglster
and full information, address
Don) M.liRiir. Director
The Orleinal and Only -Qennlae.
Safe ao4 slvsf. K.ll.1 1 S.ww,erWtfrtaleasIlBlaUoas.
lB4lir-n.ibl u LADIES. -Ass, Jin leaa-Blst Se
( klckvSei-s racTub"-! us. so oUwv er itictaM 4.
(atsinp.) w n. fur i-ii.lv. t Wie br retaea saalL
Sals JfedUiiii -stiaare, I'kllaSa i la.
Said ay 1-nt-a-l.ts ever) where. HI for -ClWkee
aara aCajrusk leMBjvjal -Hla. Tss. a. ashst.
rw. tH-tsmitf foutlifiD
tare In-cay. Nervous ebilf
ti IxitM-anh.-ki.l .trhAtina
frlftil In Tftin v--rv kTinwri rns.1r hu il1nYfre-.l
mpl i-i:-run-, WLiicIi ho will MQd UttJ-. to Ulf
lr Fierce'a .Irtt ii-tf.Trjf Ih-u-un.) of patients .
ndiTTMURHULU -sO"BF,ntni.lI It doHetbewnr I
Part of the Body Enlarged. Developed ui
ftTtu(ttwnd. 8ttQPle,luunnlMa,aurlSlf rrtmBl
full rticttlara,tiimonii,aIfti.tDaild waied. frM
s4 WOMEN "ss-Wlj
care iLiicii. .f H ast,
front vwilbf.1 emw, A..amletlrsCawSie. Utp,
1-UM.k ais tall peivaite vllaestaea Bent reee. (el)
"eefeetlr rellfslsle. & irefses' esperieajee.
TIM It. II. tsns M-xl. Co.. eVIsuacal, c-ou.
W royal tvs!n --B
-a nirtnv wg-J
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
rlty, streni:tli and wbolesomeness More eco
nomical man tne ordinary kind, and cannot
bo sold in competition with the multitude of
low test, snort wel-tnt, alum or
powders bold only In cans Ror
, rwim Co
106 Wall street. New i ork.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only S3 SKA M LESS
Sho In thr wurltl.
Vlnat-at Cmlf tu.rf.vt fir. r-srl
warrantoL 1 mfr -.s, ituttnn -Jy O
nl l-ce, all sty It tw. A Vj
Sivli-tli and rinralilp Jl CtX '
thr cmtln? a r w-x-v
U. f.. IWttTtf.ff.Jt4 TP
ine K !.- ut
tlsM by outer
noTiU wear the T. I.. DOlGLSJ SIIOK.
If yurdealT J tnit kiittitm i-ixl Tourmmfon
pottal to W. Is. DOCULAS. H rock ton. Man.
PAXSON &, WELLAND
!Ca. 9 Kiut Main Street, Sprlrgnelil, O
I WANT AGENTS
1 Tn torn and women of en
rrey an 1 at ilitj, Mkini
ral lercj wi.l bo Eltsn.
lhc ubrrworkton a now
SaninlAaentnn tmr i
-lareeka trLii. nn iihami m a m- '
turned at myfipemn if not satf 8 f act or f.
Intrinsic merit taaklns it a rbromioal tjccm
r"-srjTfhT, Ill3ktrattlctnr3'aran(l trmsfree.
J. WORTHsSctc MTR.mo Fhxuh&jz ST.Lavis.iraL
Ikaacal. Ah ffaartl Un afcl Ftf tyTrta,J
Bm Stlnss Mos
quito and All
and ererr form of ikla
bltmlshM. poaiUrely oared
oa tho most delicate akla
without loarinf a acar, by
Hop Q1 -n trm-CT-n -h.
Price SScta fiOcta. and 9U
AX drurzlrta or br mail.
:or Tin WinT Co . new xoiwion. conn.
LtttIMPilUforalek headache. -dyepepa.
bHiocaneeaand onaUpaUon ha to do cqi
For .tle by ull Sprlniclleld JrucxlaU.
TII0S. MILLER & SON'S
FULL 1D WINTER GATALOGUE
0K HUIKS' AM CKXTLEMEVS
Now ready and sent tree on application.
THOS WILLERi -ON3,
th Tenue. corner 22d Street. MIW VOPK.
Xoull And It good to non
The organi of both small
ml en &t
It cbfH.ke kick lUaJache,
That sad PjiptHic ever
Cesltles 'tis pleasant to tho
So none nevd culp It down
V AMKD-L II fa s- for our Kail .ind Chrlit
fT mas trtd. taUkf liht, pleasant work .it
tlielroinn liome i to tfiperday can be qui
ftlymvle. Work -nt by intil any dltmce
l.r titulars free No cauvatnlni; Addre-tiat
ouce.eHVCKXT ART CO , 147 MlU street.
Itostou. .Mss Hu 51TU.
YtH'Nt. PFOPLK OF KITIIFR -5KK IIFIlt- I
IM1 A lMlhi-lHlTuK. I Ohl.Kil 1V. OK
I'KUliiO(!ICh iNOUMAU. HHCUIOX
nivns kckm.i.m in ciiulit mi;
LOW IN PKU'K, H ILh I0 W hLh 10 feEM
I'rrMifli-nt super. Allien. Ohio. I
i Insane Parson $ Kestortd
IWFALLiBLK if Ukea as dirtied. A t-tmflt
first 4n mse Treanse ind $2 mil boele fre t
r-cieJ. Snd ni-n-. P U 1 eiprw dJrw of
TltrtmttallR kl.lSk nil Awh St. f-tilJeH- Pa.
turt far Arrt jtTtettami Ft1. FUfPtl. ttC.
tUnssua. BbUAiLE Of IMITATING FfLALD
It cool the Ltxxi ; It sires
It sharpetu tip the a; pe
It Ai.i-ithMlrerdo ltatMirt
And fctliuolates the Xtreble
Far Sick Headache,
THt NEW DEPARTURE DRUMS .
ft are made wlib patent dtmb e acting rods and
luiuiiiK aucc i let-. uif.i'-
iubeuntll and hftndsome.
J Used tntbebet lUnJs and
. Onbestras. Uncqualeil lor
j tone, surpass all other In
I finUb and arperance. If
Knearmt Masio dealer doef
J not krep tbrm. write to na
for Illustrated Catalogue.
LYON St HEALY, Chloaso HU
The Csrml li-rlNIi l-r-reerlptlea
Cure UViiaVnesa. .jermai'orAea, J
jLKusstont, niKsfTicvaudall lis-l
eases caus d by srlf abu-e or In
discretion. One tmi-Iath fl. atr &L
nromil Ur mail. W-h for Pamphlet, fifncm
nnu vBeinirai 10,, fa-tiroi!--, nicia
Callon oraddretsTbeo. Troap,drucKit
orner Main and Market s'reett. SpiioU-Ma
2 ti are that the 1 1 " O No
" O Id aXAOT IABLX IS OM A f
ti S I"t CACH 0H""IT AS VA u
i 8 SHOWN IN PICTURC - 2
3 a mji Tia o -
'nl A9H0IA f lJa
I r ' i CSHhB u b a
MASUFACTURED ONLYPftY t
TOR SAlTBaUjCALERS EykffY WUIRG.
e roa A
r - ms -Sl
."I -aEaw.-- Ti
-a--- ' 11 "aarataaH
a " I Vsr l
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
Pittsburgh Cincinnati and St. Louis Kali
way Company l-an Handle Koute.
Under cludule In effect January 30,
lbir, trains leatebpringlield, central stand
ard time for Xenia. Cincinnati and Colum
bus, T: 1 5 a. in., for Dayton T:15 a. in.,
for Xenia and Indians-Kills flU30a.m
for Xenia. Cincinnati, Columbus, Indian
apolis and Chleauo, ,1.2 p. m.; for Xenia
Dayton and Cincinnati, tr..!0 p. m.
'Indus arrive in Springfield at i7:lr. and
10 it) a. m.. 15 00 p. in. and 5 40 p. in.
Daily, f Daily, except Sunday.
bi. Doiiiis, Ticket Agent
01-rve.land, iiolnmbm, Cincinnati mad
8 Nlcht Kinross ! tnam
12 New ora A Uotton Exrtrsi U.Maml
1 Cleveland A Eastern hxpiess. 3 45 pat
j t new sora -.UQiv-a -xpre8S.M.HM.--iD pal I
9 Might Sxpress -"MOtm
n -pt-.iii-..i wes.tx JbSaua
1 Clu. r lylnic Huckeye ..,7J.' am
29 Cincinnati A Indianapolis Lipress-.11 Warn
3 Cleveland A Cincinnati Express 1.30 pat
iCIntl ,Ind ,ht I.oul.Ahan. Ex "4-35 p
AHRIVC I ROU CAST
9 XlKht Express ,23)am
1 Lin Ulluk' Huckeye. .. 7oTam
i (levelau A. L'lncinnatl Kxpress l..ipra
ew ork,l!ostoa ACIncinnatl Ex 4 J.'pm
aaaira raoii socth.
Night Express 13& am
a uaitou, Bpnoi-neiiAccom.fr't SM
12 New York A boston Limited .
.. s is pm
. 5 jo pm
j Cleveland A Eastern Lxpress
- Cincinnati A SpriDiilleld Accom..
(l New Y0rk Llmttedlxpress
ISo IS has throuah sleeners to New York ssd
Boston without chance.
No 4 Is the famous limited eipreii. com
posed entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland.
rnroa-(h sleepers trom SprlaKDeld. Makes
New k ork In JUH hours and Boston In MH
Q. H. KNI0UT,
c. K. lleiet Acent,
D. B. MARTIN. Arcade bepot,
a. If. A. UDrinsfield.O.
N. Y, l'enn. Ohio K. K.
All trains ran on Central time 35 minutes
lower than city time.
TSAlHS LtsVE OOISO 1 1ST.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally...... 10 2$ a. ra,
" 2. Accom ,dallyeiceptbunday, 3 3np.ni.
No. S 10 14 p. m.
" 12. Atlaotlc hi.. dally 2 10 a. m.
TK1ISS LKAVSOilISO VEST.
3. Cln.i St. Louis Ei,dally 2 10 a. in
1. Accom . aauyexcepi sunday.10 07 a. m.
" 5. fct. Louis La., uaily 3 59 p. ra.
No. 4 has sleepers, hut do change of ears lc
either case through to New 1 ork. No. 5 hu
through sleepers to ct. Louis
I ree hack to trains to all points east of, and
includlni: north LewisburK.
Fortlcsetstoall points and further Infor
nation, callon J.V. Pulbuii.
Agent. ?i Arcade.
Telephone cill S10.
Indians-., llloouiiii-;toli and vTeatern Ball,
ASRIVI FKOU SOKTH.
1 Cincinnati Kipress 1 00 a m
5 bandusky and prln':CeId Ivt.. 9 J5 a m
3 Columbus Mall .-. 4 JO Dm
SSKIVE rROM KAST.
1 Mulit I.I press
" Ihteai-o.st L. A Kan. City lira 655 am
7 fcsudusky.M.ill 1035am
3 I hlcaco, St. L A Kan. City Ex 5 tti p m
arrive raou WEST.
2 Kastern Kxpress .. .... . 1 20 a m
4 Atlantic .Mail V45am
6 New 1 ork Limited 4 25pm
nllRT GOIXG SORTH.
2 Lakeside Kxpress "2 4." a nj
4 rutin Hay hxpress . 10 45 am
, 5 aprlnitfleld and .-andusky Ki
PtrART GOING EAST.
2 Columbus Kxpress ...
1 Atlantic .Matl .
8 Columbus Accommodation
6 New lork Limited ... ...
UCI-ART GOIXG VEST.
1 Nicht Express
5 LhlcaKo. M. L A Kau City Mm
3 Chicago, -t. L. hau. City Ki...
Ohli Hiiiitliern Itallru-sd.
ARRIVE raou SOCTH.
3 Balnbrid--e Arcommodation...
1 Mall and Li press ...
nsrisT ooio soctu.
2 Mall and Kxpress
4 i:-iiubridi:e Accommodation
5 is Dm
All trains marked run dally. all others dallt
except Sunday, -tandird time, which Is
minutes slower than bpr ngtleld city time.
I). II KOCH K. Ticket Agent,
Famotu REMEDY for
Thn aamttoo la made on the authority of an
anunent pbyaician who haa md thi particular
a uie naaj. I D raedicaJ prorakjo tau
oa that it ie adisaaee that will not socenmb with
out natarv hea aflectoal aaneUnca.
Will toae the etotnach. enable it to peifucm tta
propw I anctiona, and erentaallj care this dia
eaee, which make eo many peo(de manrable.
Tear drucit,wiiMi merchant fr ceneral dealer
hoold keep it in stock. If be haent, insist ux
oo hie cettinc it for jou. Do twt be put off.
SACHS-FBI DE5 A CO IU1TOT, OHia
SACUS-PEUDE-VS GINGER AUEtaeuldaU
over the world.
'Judicious AovcnTisma isthc
Kcvstonc to succc "
Cxpchtb, Dcsicncr. CNCaav
IKS MD Ei.tcTaoTrE.
Ntv HavEM. Cow si.
i Lowest Prlceaconals-tentwlthl
first ciasa t.crico.
I aao esos-'amcBoos -ortssoiN. l
Ncw(-ca asNV rsts TO --
vcaviscaawMOMSsN Bwiiniss ,
and want Buamsaa.
.' . ..asa MA11.C0 ra. ""a7-S
. .-'L. "OW TO S-- -"-fca-r-
BT USISa THE 0ESTIISE
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Send ta the outside
wrapper from a box of the genuine Da,
C. McLANE"S CELEBRATtD LlVER
I-ILLS, irith your addrcs.-, plainly writ
tenj and we will send you, by return
mail,a magni ficent paekareofCni-omatic
and OleogTaphic Cords. BHIH
hnd si ns. for our ounce box of U aate Embroto.
err silk, would oust $1 la sselna. WanLaaaLa rruca
f auau-assi t-a-is,
W OPENING 6UN!
THE REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE HAVE SUC
CEEDED IN SECURING THIS
GIFTED REPUBLICAN ORATOR !
OPEN THE CAMPAICN
IX THIS CITY AND COUNTY.
THE SPEAKER IS THOROUGHLY INFORMED
On all the issues of the day, State and
National, and every citizen should
REMEMBER THE DATE,
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE BABY 'CAMI
COSTS NO MOBS THAS THX OLD 8TTLB, A2IO CAN BE RKADIX.T aUWUSIID-
Th. tUaatratlona abor. ar. mad. n-ora pbcnof-rapli.. Tb. -sdjoatabl. p-srts do bo chaaa-. th.
appa.ranci. wbsa uafd mm m .trt csorlea-e : tli.r cma b. uad or not at tb. pletsaor. of tb. pur-ch-ssar.
Tb. BOLUAM CaJUUAOES .'3 Arrsoud for two j-t-sr-s. Bvary psvt la abtwlutaOr Pr
feet. Or.r lOOO .old In Cblc-s(0 alar Uarch 1st. 8nt to all p-art. of tb. Unltad Stat, and mmtm
dsUvary -psaraat-Md. Band for a cataloa-u. contmlnlntT latest atylaav cb.p.-rs to fluaat.
HOfAH ADJUSTABLE CARR1A6E CO., 275 Witoli Ave., CMch,
OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.
t DELAWARE.OHIO. Ossfllsrrvsirfc-lwvssriUfiT,a--.ias-i.alwrt.l-Tn.-Ii.
I ..riLSM-l sifrsnisfr It! fs'ir.llnr. T..r irfr'irr il ftml'T- lnuKU'i hi'iiuff Hwhwihv
I ti'i-..t.T. riisT-custtsattRyATrsTfrna';'-:. itiuniini-ivuMvi I'liK'iritr'stt
EVENING, SEPT. 23,
i Finest Goods.
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