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G1.AND OPERA HOUSE
I LIKE IT! I LIKE IT!
LVGRTBOIIT LIKfS H!
EXlJAUEME.VT FOKONE SIKHI ONLY.
MONDAY EVNG, SEPT. 26.
A tiREAT CAST OF tW AUT1STS!
Sole I'rop'r and Manaeer.Mr. V. W. Tlllotsou.
See "The Lone Fisherman."
See ""The Iianclnc Heifer'
i-The Diamond Fields."
See "The Keautllul dstumes."
See "The Miserable Humans "
See "The Heiutltul Amazons."
See"The I'utch Captain."
See "The Irish Policeman."
Hear the ureal toptcil som:."I Like It "
See the finest llurlesque Omanliatlon In ex
istence. Keserved Seats on sale at Harris's Clear
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
OVK NIliHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, '87
"For Goodness Sake Don't Say I
Return of SprlrKfleM's Favorite Comedienne,
the Idol of the Jun lovlui: ub'ic. il ISS
And her famous coir puny ot comedians.
CRAZY PATCH !
With all Its new patchesof exquisite humor.
MroiijftT Company !
Nc anil llrllliaut Music!
Funnier than Kv.r!
Craiy Patch the beau Ideal of tueJudlcrous
vide popular opinion.
Trices TSc.St'c.S'ic Seats on saleat Harris'
ONK XICiHT OM.V,
TUESDAY EVNG, SEPT. 27.
A picturesque performance, presentlns the
strongest melo drama of the ane. entitled:
In four a'lts. by the celebrated Knellsh
writers. teo. Conquest and Henry l'ettltt.
authors of "The 'oorld.""ln the Hanks."
"Takn from Life." etc . presented by
Mina Crolius and W. L. Clcason
And a Dramatic Company of rare excel
lence, with realistic Scenery, prepared ex
pressly by L V. eavy. of New York, pre
FAM0U3 "LOCK" SCENE
Popular Price. Seats at IMrt e'a
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE,
JIST ONE MltUT.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 29th
THE MOXAUCUS OF IliE WOULD.
w American ntul Koroin-tn-MHtolon
I cJrr thrmaiiiajrineat r-X ..(. let eland.
l'tislllicly lla-rlyt.re..t."t Effort: llav
erly'a lnl .Mtustrrla; llatrrly Xecst
Itrst, UaterUS .Mt-ntt-r M-tie. Hit en
tirely new and recently reorcanized cura
i"iy includes all you ba ev-r seen 1
Whmtyou Haven't eentiiulci! The Some
what different cuii.edUn."
The treat :uust?sl Vines. Wm. I!. Mood,
M.eppatd sua Iiryant; decidedly fuuny.
Lew pencer; the orlclnal world's trio,
yueen. Muse and Kandall: the liumau
-ulema. Hilton, the wonderful tenor.
Cestui IlrjdKts; ladle;' pet. ' .tuit phe
nomenon, blaster Percy: tuc famous
primo-naratone. Jos. Ii. 'ireen ; the danc
inc marvels. Howe and Doyle t Uie.ccen
trlc con-rdian. Eddie ilauutiu:; Intelligent
conversationalist. Jos. .rcross, and
Harry Leihtou. Harry Howard. Jos Kos
trom and others lu all nearly halt a hun
dred people In one performance. Truly, a
31 tgnifirent Minstrel Carnival!
Adtl;e: In ad ance secure seats.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE.
Friday Evening, September 30
(mini Op nine " the Ht-gulitr vawn
ith entirely New Scenery, entirely LVew
i r chest fa. Utie romantic emotional actor.
SQBT. B. MANTELL
Supported by a stron; Dramatic Company,
u Klerthemauacementot Augustus 1'ltou.
tu the great live act play.
Adapted from the French by Louis Xathal.
Esq. Scene laid In France under Napoleou 1
New and Magnificent Costumes.
Sale of seats Wednesday at Pierre's.
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SETH W. BROWN SHOWS THE UN
RELIABILITY M lh n.moeratla Candidal. Wlion H.
Atc.mpta to Talk on St.t. Finance
Ktuoed EapnsM .nd Approprlatlun.
Under f.ov.rnor Forak.r.
Hon Seth Y. nro-u, of Warren
county, chairman of the house finance
commltu-f in the last- legislature, fur
ni.ihes the following Interesting com
munication. "I think it may be well said that Mr.
Powell nIiowh lu his Hamilton ess.ty that
his tiuclcrstauitini; of the financial his
tory and condition of the state is very
superficial, and the little Information
that lie has acquired by a few weeks'
study of the subject he uses aa the attor
ney uos the insufficient evidence of a
bad case to secure a wrong verdict from
a jury, instead of candidly discussing
questions with which there should lie ab
noliitely fair dealing; before the people.
"The ceullcman complains of the ex
travagant appropriations of the last Re
publican legislature. Unquestionably
moneys were uppropriateil by this body
which otu;ht to havoteen naved to the
state, but when he undertakes to make
it appear that the appropriations made
from the general revenue fund by the last
two sessions of the general assembly were
more extravacaut than those of any pre
ceding legislature he resorts to so palpa
ble a distortion of the facts that an ex
posure of his methods aud his errors be
"Kor a Democrat who can add and read
totals from left to right, ami especially for
a Democrat who aspires to Ik goxeruor of
Ohio, the lat thing in the world to do is
to invite a comparison of appropriations
made by Democratic and Republican
legislatures of the last dozen years, and
es-pecially thoughtless must lie his chal
lenge to compare the appropriations of
the Democratic legislature of lbSU and
I8S5 with those of the Republican legis
lature of 1SSG nd 1S-SJT.
"Mr. l'ovrell puLs the sum of the ap
propriations last winter at $3,0!M,4.'t. ?:!.
Crediting him with correctly stating this
amount, the appropriations from the
general revenue fund for thirteen years
are accurately stated as follows:
ls7-( 2,ia.5l 6J
l-r: 2.!iij. m
IV) 2.TI.'.0I se
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INK5 (Uemocratic) 3,524.143 95
18sJ .T.0SI.6.B SI
"It dix-s not require lalxireil demonstra
tion to show the interesting point in this
exhibit. To the taxpayers of Ohio it is
painfully plain. The one pre-eminently
extravagant and reckless session of the
Ohio lngislature was the home-stretch
session of the Hoadly administration.
That body was so open-handed with the
monry wrung from the industries of Ohio
at a time of financial depression that it,
for the llrst time in a dozen years,
skipped up to the three-million notch of
expenditures, then jumped a half million
more, aud still not taking time for draw
Ing a sober breath started out courage
ously for the four-million mark, which it
would soon have reached but for the final
adjournment, which came none too soon,
at the demand of a people who were lm
patient for that legislature to close aud
(rive oblivion a, chance to commence iU
"Mr. I'owell makes a lame attempt to
ixplain away the force of this exhibit by
saying that the Democratic legislature of
18S4 and 1883 was called upon to make
some extraordinary appropriations, and
in this connection he mentions the flood
in the Ohio River and the relief voted to
the sufferers by that visitation. Utit the
great flood of the Hoadly administration,
which possesses the most political interest
just now, is the flood of the appropria
tions in ISS.!, when the old high-water
mark was reached aud covered, and a new
mark was made a mark on the public
guide-" st which now warns the people
not to desire a rejietition of that which
befell the state with the incoming of Mr.
Hoadly and the Democratic general as
sembly of 18S4.
"Mr. Powell's excuse of extraordinary
appropriations by the last Democratic leg
islature is, as a lawyer would say, wholly
bad on demurrer, because all legislatures
are called upon to make extraordinary
appropriations. He mentions of this na
ture the expense of the Cincinnati riots,
reaching, according to his own figures,
$58,.'iT8.H; but the last Republican legis
lature appropriated an utmost equal
amonnt namely, 50,270.23 to pay for
sending the National guard to Cincinnati
to prevent his- of life ami destruction of
property in May, 1880. Sh one extraor
dinary appropriation here nlxmt balances
the other. He likewise mentions a Demo
cratic appropriation of $120,000 in 1884
to repair the canals, but the Republic-ins
in 1886 expeu.lol $02,000 for the same
purjiose. He says that in 1SS5 the Demo
cratic legislature gave another large sum
to the canals, but the Republican legis
laturedidthe same thing again in 1887
"The truth is that the Republican
legislature of 1880 and 1887 expended
more money ou extraordinary but merit
orious demands than lid its predecessor
on similar de nands. The Republican leg
islature gave nearly $0,000 to improve the
state fair-grounds. This was an unusual
demand. Hnndly's administration had
no such call to meet. The Republican
legislature established aud p.tid for a new
home for the blind. Its Democratic pre
decessor let the call for that charity go
unheeded. !ast winter the Republicans
appropriated over $100,000 to complete
and furnish the new asylum for the in
sane at Toledo, and Mr. Powell would
not deny that the completion of a new
institution of this kind is not only aa
unusual, but a highly necessary work in
Ohio. Aud only last March one of the
concluding acts of tbe Republican gen
eral assembly waf to appropriate a round
$100,000 fr the extraordinary but
patriotic purpose of building the Soldiers'
home at Sandusky oil institution whicli
19 intended to taKe old soiaiers out ot me
infirmaries of Ohio, where they wear the
badge of paupers, and give them the hon
orable shelter which the Democratic leg
Mature, which Mr Powell extols, did
not think it necessary to make au ex
traordinary appropriation to provide. So
it goes in the matter of extraordinary ap
propriations. They do not ai.d cannot
be made to explain the enormous ex
penditures of the Democratic year 1683
A good healthy Democratic schoollxiy
ought to lie expected to do better in thil
respect than Mr. Powell has done in
owning his campaigu.
"The gentleman mentions that I said
this oa the floor of the house:
" 'I have a word to say, and I say it in
the way of warning to the Republican
members ou this Moor. At the present
rate, it will be said, aud said truthfully
of this legislature, that it was not only
more extravagant than its Democratic
predecessor, but the most recklessly ex
travagnnt legislative body that ever as
sembled in Ohio.'
" 'At .the present rate' the result I
feared would, perhaps, been reached,
but the 'rate' at which some members
sought to have appropriations made was
checked, so that while the aggregate
amount expended from tbe general reve
nue WW.ltU) UW UUU It should Lav.
it Was yet vtlthlu the liouuds of
reason, and so far lielow the high-water
mark established by the Democrats in
1885 that one wonders why Mr Powell
called attention to the subject at all.
"SETH V. Knows."
THE BIG MEAT BILLS
Of Senator Krart, I'lrrr. lirlllartl
IJaoiea l.oroii Itennett, Jr.
I met a fat, jolly looking Irishman in
theolllce of a friend of mine the other
day, who impressed me strongly with his
heartiness. After he had gone out I
asked my friend who he was.
"You will probably be surprised," re
1 turned my friend, "but that man is well
known to some of the most prominent
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111..1V llitlllt,-I 1,1111 lllvltl. IIIIU!! tlll-U
may 1 mentioned Pierre I.orillard, James
(onion Dennett, Senator Kvarts, und I
don't know how many others; enough,
1 anyhow, to put him on speaking terms
! with three-quarters of the men whose
names are familiar to everliody."
j Something in the tone of his voice and
I in the rather amused smile that accom-
I panied it made me push ray inquiries fur-
j thcr. The man who was supposed to
know everybody worth knowing had not
the distinguished air usually worn by
Istich personages. I was not, therefore, so
much surprised as I would otherwise
I have loon when I learned that he was
, Kelly the butcher. The rest of his name
was "said to lie immaterial; but not to
i know Kelly the butcher was, I was as
sured, to argue one's self unknown. For
years he aud his father before him kept a
butcher shop at University place Jand
Thirteenth streeL Here were cut the
juicy chops) nnd the tender steaks, and
from here were sent the delicate fowl and
game that have tickled the palates and
pleased and satisfied the stomachs of n
generation of the wealthy and prominent
of New York's citizens. Catering to the
stomachs of these patricians, Kelly learn
ed certain interesting characteristics of
each, and some of these ho imparted to
my friend, also his patron, who in turn
related them to me.
Senator Kvarts, according to his meat
man, is very particular as to the llesh he
cats. Although his face looks like a
piece of parchment, and has no more
color in it, yet ho indulges in rare steaks
and roust leef, meats that contain, the
most blood. Hois very particular i.bout
them also. His cook selects the meat ten
days in advance of the time it is wanted
for the table, nnd has it cut off in his
presence. Then Kelly puts it into his ice
Ihix, where It remains until it is scut to
Pierre Lorillnrd is one of Kelly's best
patrons, ami one who lias stuck to him
since he moved up town. His bill for
meat alone when he to at his town resi
dence -sometimes reaches $700 a month
ami averages $500. It would Ik) imiMXs
siblc for any family to spend that amount
for meat even w ith a house full of guests,
but Lorillard, like Dennett, is a high
liver, and aims to secure delicacies for his
guests that make n visit at his house a
much coveted privilege. His orders nro
such, sometimes, that it is necessary to
spoil large quantities of meat or fowl to
get at the particular part he desires.
Tims, for instance, when he orders ten
Isiunds of chicken breast, a great many
chickens would have to lie cut up to sup
ply that amount. He would, of course,
Iw charged just as much ns though he
had ordered that numKr of chickens. It
Is Tcry profitable for tho butcher, un
doubtedly, inasmuch as he ecu sell those
parts of the chickens that have not been
used and in that way get doublo pay for
the same article. When it comes to
orders of a like nature m regard to more
expensive game, as canvasback ducks,
grouse and so forth, tho orders amount
to large sums. Ixirillard is a hard cus
tomer to suit, though, for while he does
not grumble at the bills, he wauts what
he orders oa the moment and will not take
llennctt is proliably the most extrava
gant of nil. Ho has not been in Xew York
for some years now, but there is no reason
to believe that he has grown any more
economical since ho went abroad, even
though his newspaper has lost so much in
circulation. His household was run on
the most extravagant sc ile in every re
spect. He paid a man inoncof the oyster
saloons to remain up all night in readiness
to prepare uysters for him nt any time he
might desire them. His orders to his
butchers exceeded in extravagance those
of all the other nabolis, and $1,000 a
month went into the coffers of Kelly, the
butcher, from this source alone. His
servants lived on the fat of tho land, for
his orders for supplies were on such a
grand scale that a large portion of the
foxl brought into the house had to lie
thrown away daily. Whilo his father,
w ho made the fortune his son attempted
to but could not dissipate, lived the serv
ants were held in some sort of check, but
even then they had a pleasant time of it.
I.verv morning this order came down for
the old man's breakfast, toast and tea.
These slices of toast, stamped In artistic
shapes, and a pot of tea would bo sent up
to him. while the servants below dined on
porterhouse steak, lamb chops, broiled
chicken and other choice viands. Wash
Onr Chines. Immigrant.
Our Chinese immigrants are mainly
from the province of Hwantnng, and are
usually country people, with hero and
there a shopkeeper or artisan from the
cities, of which Canton is the chief. They
vary somewhat in sjieech and manner,
those of the Sam Tup approximating
nearly those of Canton, while those of the
Sz Tup. who are most numerous, are most
provincial, and speaking a patois almost
ns incomprehensible to their countrymen
as to the "Melican" man. They keep f:ust
hold on the traditions of their country,
and strive to maintain its customs under
the most adverse conditions, chief among
which is their own anxious, yet often pit
It is in the cities amocg the colonies.
many of whose members know no foreign
worn, that these customs are most closely
followcd. In flion and laundry they burn
incense liefore their native deities, and at
Xcw Year's visit the nearest shrine to
learn, by the fall of divining sticks, what
fortune it will bring. Usually the god U
Kewan Ti "The Master Kenan," the
god of war, worshiped in the China of
tolay. Various legends are current or
his having npieared to protect his follow
ers even in the new world, notably at a
Ore whicli broke out in the Chinese quar
ters at Havana, and was miraculously put
out by the majestic and gigantic Kcwan,
to whom they had recently built a temple.
- -New York Commercial Advertiser.
Th. Window Decorator.
Formerly the highest paid man about a
rttail store was the accountant or book
keeper, or jH'rchance the manager, if the
business justilied such a person. Now
the window decorator divides the honors
and commands as high a salary as any at
tache of the house. His function is an Im
portant one. His lalior, though not ar
duous physically, requires something of
the gift of the artist and hence commands
good wages. There is no more important
position in a modern ridail store than thut
of the window decorator. Chicago
Th. llaby Is "All iltopprd I" p."
"We took it out riding in its carriage and
it went to sleep. It caught cold while we
were carrying it from the carriage back into
the house." The Uoliiax AiJtrsTABi.r.
Baiiv Cakiiiaoe can be detached from the
wheels and carried into the house without
disturbing the baby. See advertisement
and send for a catalogue. 275 Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, III.
A Cakh. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc., Iwill send a receipt that will cure you.
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to icev.
Joseph T. Inuian, Station I). Xew Yoik
Fits AH fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Great Xerve Restorer. Xo fits after first
day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and
S2 trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to
Dr. Kline, 931 Arch street. Philadelphia,
A set of teeth from $8 up. Rowland,
I dentist, 8 S. Market street, over Leuty's.
ftEPTJBIIO, ttOKDAY EVENlffQ SEgCE&BEti 26
Hyrup or Ftga,
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, CaL, is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may be had at
Dr. Casper's drug store, SOc. and Si bottles.
It is the most pleasant, prompt aud etfect
lv reuiedv known to cleanse the system; to
act on the ller, kidneys, anil bowels gent
ly yet thoroughly; to di-pel headaches,
colds, and fevers, anil to curecoustipation.
Indigestion, and kindred ills.
There is such a thing as toleration to a
dangerous extent, and permitting Most to
sloop outside of a prison wall is an instance.
The longer anarchv is uliiyvd with in this
count rv the bolder and more dangerous it
will become. It is high time to throttle It
Krllrinlnl Kldnr) Trouble.
Kos-im Hot'sK niiaiNTo. )
O.ntaiiio. Dee. II, ISSrt. f
I have been troubled with a lack-acbe
for some time past, nnd great dilnctilly in
passing urine. Three weeks ago I applied
an Ai.i.cock's Pouoi's 1'i.astki:, and
hae done so eery Ihedajs since. Al
most immediately I had partial relief, and
now I am entirely tree from pain water
.sslni freely and perfectly clear, without
burning. I oe my great relief to A i.i.
coi u's I'ouois I'l.AsiKus and hianily
recommend them in any case of kidney
trouble. S. J. Ciioxis.
I'lajed out nominating speeches In party
coiiM'iilions. They are awfully stale liter
ature these das, and the only Impression
they make upon the average public is that
parties should lie able to present candidates
who don't need such strained regulation
SI.KEPI.FJJSNKJUTS. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure Is the
remedy for you. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. The elephant lives 100 years and upward;
rhiniK-eros, ac; camel. 100; lion, 25 to 70;
tiger, leopard, jagur and hyena (In confine
ment), about 25; beaer, 50; deer. 20: wolf.
20; fox. 14 to lfi; llama' 15; chamois, 25;
monkey and babboou, 10 to lb; hare Ii;
squirrel; 7: rnbbit. 7. swine, 25; slag, under
50; horse, SO; as :m, sheep, under 10; cow,
20; ox. SO; swan, parrot and ra en, 200;
eagle, 100: goose. SO; hen and pigeon, 10 to
Ifi; hawk, 30 to 40: crane. 14: blackbird. 10
to 13; peacock. 20; pelican. 10 to 50;thrush.
S to 10; wren. 2 to 3, nightingale. 1.1; black
cap. 15; linnet, 14 to 23; goldfinch. 20 to
24: redbreast. 10 to 12; skylark. 10 to 30;
titlark. 5 to 0; chaftincli, 20 to 24; starling.
10 to 12: carp. 70 to 150; pike 30 to 40;
salmon. 1. contish, 14 to 17: eel. 10;croco
dilr. 100: tortoise, 100 to 200; whale (esti
mated), 1.000; queen bees live 4 years;
dtoties, 4 months; worker bees.fi months.
CLrv v 0 the Children.
They are es
pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Rrv. S. J. Miller, one of the oldest Pres
b) terian ministers In the state, died at
Washington C. II.. O.
f:lianiplln' I.iitllil IVnrl.'.-.O Cents.
Don't pay 75 unless so printed on bottle
The I. H. & W. west-bound passenger
train was wrecked near Mace. Iud., while
running at the rate ot forty miles an hour.
A number of passengers were Injured, but
W rxVv o c nat are fretful, peevish,
JVX,VVS cross, or troubled with
Windy Colle, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, -an be reliered
at once by using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 3 cents. Sold by
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The contract for erecting the Harrison
equestrian statue lias been awarded to Louis
F. U'JUisso, at S'ju.uoo.
THAT HACKIXlf COUCH can bo so
quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guar
antee It. For sale by t. A. Garwood.
princes are getting ready
to leave France.
X cvv-vvv Of the good things of this
V iif0 are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir. I ablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents, by
Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PUHt
Cod I-lTrr till. Willi llypoplio.plilles.
For Lung TrouWcn mI ""usltiio- )!-
msr. Dr. J. Mninnauii. ?ew urieans.
l.a.. says: "Scott s Emulsion Is the finest
preparation of the kind. In affections of
the lungs and other wasting diseases, we
inav consider it our most reliable agenL In
a jierfectly elegant and agreeable form."
I have lieen bothered with catarrh for
about twenty years; I had lost sense of
smell entirely for the last fifteen years, and
I had almost lost my hearing. .My eyes
were getting so dim 1 had to get some one
to thread my needle. Xow I have my hear
ing as well as 1 ever had. and I can see to
thread as fine a needle as ever 1 did. my
sense of smell is partly restored, and it
seems to be improving all the time. I think
there is nothing like Ely's Cream Halm for
catarrh. Mrs. E. E. Grimes. 07 Valley
streeL Rendnll. Perry- county. Ohio.
Darby's Proplij lactic Fluid.
Use it in every sick room. Will keep the
atmosphere pure and wholesome; removing
all bad odors from any source.
Will destroy all disease germs, infection
from all fevers and all contagious diseases.
The eminent phjsician, J. Marion Nms,
M. D. Xew York, says: "I am convinced
that Prof. Darby's Prophylactic Fluid la a
most valuable disinfectant"
A Il.initeror.s Surclral Operation.
A fatal mistake. At the time Dr. Vance.
of Cleveland, performed the operation on
the lady for the removal of a cancer or the
stomach he found when too late that the
noor woman had no cancer to be removed.
The disease was indigestion, and If she had
taken the Shaker Extract of Roots (btegei s
Syrup) that awful distress at the pit of the
stomach, which made the diK'tors think she
had cancer, would have been removed, ins-
tress after eating, dull, heavy feeling In
the head, with pains in the side and back
all vanish after using this, wonderful rem
edy. The tirtsl, languitfTeelins gives place
to strength and vigor.
Mrs. Delia Marsh writes from reauidge.
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 Siegel Syrup.
Causes Its victims to bo miserable, hopalesS,
confused, and depressed In mind, very Irrita
ble, languid, and drowsy. It is a disease
which docs not get well of Itself. It require
careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to
throw oil the causes and tone up the diges
tive organs till they perform their duties
willingly. Hood's Sarsaparilla has proven
Just the required remedy in hundreds of cases.
"I have taken Hood's Sarsaparllla for dys
pepsia, from v, hlch I have suffered two years.
1 tried many other medicines, but none proved
so satisfactory as Hood's SarsapariUa."
Thomas Cook, Brush Electric Light Ok,
Kew York City.
"For the r"t two years I haTe been
afflicted with severe headaches and dyspep
sia. I was induced to try Uood's Sarsapa-rl'-la,
and have found great relief. I cheer
fully recommend it to alL" Mns. E. F.
A.AliLE, Xew Haven, Conn.
Mrs. Mary C. Smith, Ounbridgcport, Mass..
was asullcrcr from dyspepsia and sick head
ache. She took Hood's Sarsaparllla and
found it tho best remedy she ever used.
Bold by all drosgists. 11 ; six for $5. Mada
only by a J. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Man.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
tllr. Th.m a Chiineel
That Is to say, your lungs. Also all your
breathing machinery. Very wonderful ma
chinery it Is. Xot only the larger air-passages,
but the thousands of little tubes and
cavities leading from them.
When these are clogged and choked with
matter which ought not to be there, your
lungs cannot halt do their work. And
what they do, they cannot do well.
Call it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia,
catarrh, consumption, or any of the family
of throat and nose and head and lung ob
structions, all are bad. All ought to be got
rid of. There is just one sure way to get
rid of them. That Is to take lloschee's
German Syrup, which any druggist will sell
, you at 75 cents a bottle. Even If every'
tiling eise nas laueil you, you may uepenu
upon this for certain.
Even the nationality of Shakspeare does
not appear to be safe In these days of fan
tastic speculation. A Frenchman is said to
be writing a book which will show that the
bard of Avon was of French descent, and
his name was originally Jaques Pierre, or,
in plain English, John Peters.
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con.
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English Remedy? It to the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
Bold on a positive guarantee at 10c., 60c.
Frank U. Coblentz, corner Market and
It may not be practicable to introduce the
European system in all Its thoroughness,
but at least we should protect the forest on
the public domain and establish some regu
lations that would prevent the wanton de
vastation of others.
We know of no mode of treatment which
offers, to sufferers from chronic diseases, a
more certain hope of cure than that which
Is comprehended in the use of Ayer's Sar
saparllla. For purifying and Invigorating
the blood, this preparation is unequaled.
If the secretary of the treasury, or the
president, can. on occasion, furnish relief,
he can also refuse the relief, and this autoc
racy Is entirely opposed to the spirit of our
HoroH OX PtliKs.'
Why suffer Pile! Immediate relief and com.
olete cure guaranteed. Ask for "Rough on
lng.oranyformof Piles. SOc. AtDruggiataor
mailed. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, If .V.
Wells' "Health Renewer" reatora aaalth and
rigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Karroos
Debility. For WA Men, Defeat Weaaaa. U
VaUs HATH BAIaUS.
If gray, restores to original color. Analegaat
droning, softens and beautifies. No U box
grease. A tonic Reatoratlvs. Stops hair coaa
The average voter, we believe. Is impa
tient at any niete sordid view of public ac
tion, and will welcome that relief which
promises to make brains and capacity the
test of fitness for public service.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Reme
dy. Price 50 cents. Xasal Injection free.
For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Is the Oriental salutation, know
ing that good health cannot exist
without a healthy Liver. When
the Liver is torpid the Bowels are
sluggish and constipated, the food
lies in the stomach undigested, poi
soning the blood ; frequent head
ache ensues ; a feeling of lassitude,
despondency and nervousness In
dicate how the whole system Is
deranged. Simmons Liver Regu
lator has been the means of restor
ing more people to health and
happiness by giving them a healthy
Liver than any agency known on
earth. It acts with extraordinary
power and efficacy.
NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED.
Asa general family remedy for Dyspepsia,
Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc.. I hardly eer
use anything else, and have never been disap
pointed lu the effect produced : it seems to be
almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the
stomach and bowels. W.J. McKlmot.
oslt CENUINEuxcrCTCsiD it
3. II. ZEI.MN ft CO., Philadelphia.
Why You Feel
So weak and exhausted is because your
blood is impure. As well expect the
eanitary condition of a city to be per
fect with defiled water and defective
sewerage, as to expect such a compli
cated piece of mechanism as the human
frame to tie in good order with impure
blood circulating even to its minutest
veins. Do you know that every drop
of your two or three gallons of bloml
passes through the heart and lungs lu
about two and a half minutes, and that,
on its way, it makes bone ami muscle,
brain aud nerve, and all other solids
and fluids of the body? The blood is
the great nourisher, or, a the Iiible
"The Life of the Body."
Is It any wonder, then, that if the blood
be not pure and perfect in its consti
tuents, you suffer au many indescribable
Ayer's SarsapariUa stands "head and
shoulders" alnne every other Alter
ative and Wood Medicine. As proof,
read these reliable testimonies:
G. C. Hrock, of Iiowell, Mass., says:
"For the pxst 23 years I have sold
Ayer's Saraparilla. In my i"inion,
the best remedial agencies for the cure
of all the diseases arising from impuri
ties of the blood are contained in this
Eugene I. Hill, M. D., 31 Sixth Ave..
New York, says : " As a blood-puritier
and general builder-up of the system, I
have never found anvthing to equal
Ayer's SarsapariUa. It gies perfetl
Ayer's SarsapariUa proves equally
efficacious in all forms of Scrofula,
Boils, Carbuncles, Eczema, Humors.
Lumbago, Catarrh, &c; and is, there
fore, the very best
Spring and Family Medicine
in use. " It beats all," says Mr. Cutler,
of Cutler Brothers & Co., Boston, "how
doe sell." Prepared by
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
FrlM !;!! botllea, J. Worth $i a bottla.
If all aaa '.asl Siiai I
. lauM Psrtont Ittrtorttf
llNFALXISLB if take u directed. ftt mflt
nr Km tMielm. Film. F6tlrt- mtt-
'St n a. l rntitt aaa mm trui porm ne
it petienu. they ptj-inf etprest chargea oa boi whra
I receive!. Send tunrt,!
Ejiii Arch St.HilAd-rlrjfcta
S UusittU. M ITAMS OF IMITA TUfQ fA UDS.
Tk. (ml EaslUk rimilall
Cures HVufaieu. Spenaalotraao,
Emihw. Jmvotrncymdtll Dia-I
aaseseausd by srlf-aboaa or la,
discretion. One nackaas. ft. atx Is.'
il Br mall, writs ror rampftleC usrsaj
;a Ck.amlral Co., svaurott. BUaaVi
Call on or address Tfcaa.Trwre.jiruggi it
oner Main and Harm Mrwtt,
j.8YAL Httat J U
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
rtty, strength and wholeaomeneta. More eco
nomical than theordtnary kind, and cannot
be sold In competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
powders. Bold only In cans. Rotal Baaixs
PovDis Co..los Wall street. New York.
BtUJEALEBS EVEfrT WHCRE.
Of th Amorloan Paoplo ar In actual
Fomoua REMEDY for
This aaasrtioa Is mad en the atrthortty of aa
warn t phrssnaa w ha has made this partisvaisr
disss se a life study. The media, pcofesuon tefl
ns that it la a rtwssss that wiD net sneccah with
oat nature haa affaetual asssstane.
Wfll torn the stomach, enable it to partem Ha
proper fanctiens, and eventually care thlscUs
eeas, which makes so many paople niiserable.
Tow tlraganst,wue merehant or general dealer
abrmld keep It in stock. If be haanX insert op
flO hi rtttioi it for yeu. Do nut be put off.
SACHS-rBrDCI A 0.9 DATT05, OHIO.
SAGBS-PKUDlOrS GZNGEK ALM is sold all
over th world.
consistent wtth 1
Te men and rrrntnnfa.
lertr aad ability, seektnt
pronsaai. eiatiojmeat au
jjralTernis will be given.
rrmrlple whit hsa res labor
I aad clothing enormeoaly.
Samnle. mnt rwi twa
aaat.sj ska. .saifa, aaa
turnad at my eipans. if nol
trlSil. on Ithssrat 9mrwnm. t-n ttata Pat.
'?V " I not satisfnetorvr
14 )iar IS IMsinaJ Da34V
hT enmrtrtsant. khlff
JBtnnsio merit maaiBg it a phenominal sum
cvorrwksire. lllostratadcircniareand tertnsfrea.
J.WORTH.SaJU "fR,ITi8 rU An.ST.LeiTISfllQL
TH0S. MILLER & SOX'S
FILL 110 WINTER CtilDGOE
OK LAUIE5' AND (iE.S'TLEMES'S
Kow ready and sent free on application.
THOS MILLER d. t-ONS,
th Arenue. corner 2M Street. VFW vnwf.
Tou'H find It good to rvtfu-
The orsans of both small
It checks Sick Headachy
and the woe
That sad Dyspeptics ever
Besides tls pleasant to the
Ho none need gulp It down
WANTED-LADKS for our Fall and Christ
inas trade, to take Hi, hi. pleasant work at
their own homes. 91 to w per day can be nut
eilymrlr. Work sent by mall any dtstMie
rarticuiara tree. vo canvassins:. Adaress at
once. I'KKSCKXT ART CO., 147 aMllk titreet.
Boston. .Mass. Box 5170.
g M SrtTHATTHf 1A l
& S tA0H CM,MNCT A k S n
- i tt shown n pctur. 3
A Practically Perfect Preparation for CSbildren's Complaints.
Mexican War Vetera
The wonderful ffflcacy of Swift'c Bpicifle u m
remel and earn for rb-umtljm and all blood dim
eaafa, haa nTer had a more Ctinsptctiou Hlutt ration
UtanthlBCBM aJTord. The cndM,unoUcitt-dnd
emphatic teitlroonj git-en tj tbe TenerahU gentle
man must be accepted aa convincing and conclusive.
ThewiiterUaprtinilnentcltlxenof MlsalMlppL The
1 p-ntlem&n to whom Mr. Martin refer, and to whom
he U Indebted for the advice to which be owes his
flnal relief from Year of mTrtD, 1 Mr, King; for
many rear the popular nijht clerk of the Lawrence)
House, at Jackson.
J4CKSO!!, Mis.. April at X3K.
Tbe Swrrr Srrcine Coktait, Atlanta, Oa.:
QtntUmnl have bren an Invalid pensioner for
forty year, having contracted pulmonary and other
, llaeases In the Me i lean War, but not till the 1st of
March, 1S73, did I feel any symptoms of rheumatism.
. On that day X wu suddenly stricken with that dis
ease In both hlpe and ankles. For twenty days I
ralked on crutches. Then th pain was tew violent.
'jxt It shifted from joint to Joint. Tor weeks I would
ie totally disabled, either ou one side of tny body or
the I'tber. The pain never left me a moment for
?tevf n years and seven month-r that 1 from Starch l.
itt, wnen i was Erst attacKt-a. to uctouer i. .?,
hrn I was cured. During tbewt eleven year of In
teiaje suffering I tried Innumerable prescriptions
Trom various physletans, and tried everything scg
jested by friends but if I ever received the least
oeneflt frnin any medicine taken internally or ex
rual!y, I am not aware of it. Finally, about the
3ntt f Septemter. I tna.e arranttetnenu to gu to the
RoCrprlctcsof Arkan.u.s, havlLir Ucspairod of every
nher remedy, when 1 accidentally met an oldac
laaliitance, Mr. Kin, not tf thu Lawrence Houe
f lb U city. He had once been a great sufferer from
rheumatism, and, a I uppoMil, had been cured
oy a visit to Hot Springs tnitwhen I met him he
AHi me inat nu vlii u me uoi springs wm in vain
-he found no relief On his return from UotSprlnn
ie heird. for t he flrt t Ime, of the s. S. S. as a remedy
t for rheumatism- He tried It and six bottle made a
I complete cure. Several j ears hatepaascd since, but
. ae ha had no return of the dUea&e.
I immediately returned to try it. In September I
, took foor btt!e, and by the fLcst of October I wu
well as farathrrM,umatlsm was concerned. All
pain had dbtappcMred, and I havb act Rlt a twnag
I or rr siicc
I have no Interest In making this statement other
, than the hop that It may direct wme other sufferer
I to a sure notirce of relief, and If it haa this rult 1
am well rewarded for mr trouble. 1 am very re
' itMsctrullr aud truly your friend.
J. 3L H. MivBTis.
For sale by all drafgKs. TrraUe on ZUood and
Skin Diseases mailed free.
Tax Swift Sinter tc Co.
Drawer 3, Atlanta. Ga.
bt Tranrn the qouikh
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBScnd OS the OUtSlde
wrapper from a box of the genuine Dk.
C. McL.VXE'.S C'ELEBllATED LlVES
I'lLLS, with your mldress, plainly writ
tcrij and we will send you, by return
mail.a magnificent packageofChromatic
and Oleographic CaruU. aaaaaaaaaaaeSatBl
Boo etlnsSf Moo
qulto and All
Insect CI tea,
and eveu form of akin
tlemiar.es, poaHiTtly eared
on the most delicate) akla
without leaving a zr by
3Scta SOcta. and tU
At drorzlatB or by mall.
Tha HopPm JCiaf Co., Hew Iscndon. Conn.
i EJUla lie Pt I la for etrk-hedciw. dTspepeiav
For aleby nil riprlnajdeld IrucciaU-
MAW LIN REPEATING
0,!,aaWaatee a'ST " VHS
" pertnaaasjar wostLIJI
luldj safe. Mada In all VBBaataw
aiata f(Unt.rul rm. Sa.
C.I1..T. ll..il.r anl 7arrt Bl H
Mr, .Mr.r Il7..lrl CmMtme. 1
Jlarlla fir. Anat,.N. Uaaa.Ct.
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HVAinO NVOIMlltV NMnaHIVM 1KA
waa laaaawaasa. i n . -,
. STOKED. ReaM,
llrr. A victim 4f vimthfin
r .ui.. u.ar- .rwana ium i
tried In vain erery known remedj. haa discovered m
omrle -eirnre, which he will send r"ttfci to la
aolaiw W-ailst,a.BB. - -
0. 1. u asos. ftnoaoa Box tt. Saw York Oa
B a. Maswrlar I. all
Frmlt Salt, aad Mineral I
For INDIORSTION. TiWn&tfiifltnUSTttitlGr
COHTIVErW4a P1M KI-Y HKtT. TETTKK,
rIX Kltl.IJ.il. !K;i;K1. And all diMwa
tmm a diMnlred cuodition of the MOKb. Lirtrr or
, . - - - - " X41
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d Vxxsr.1 -- 1 T Wn. i
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thtwr.odea-itS'T aisoicte!7 9t t'ematsrtlj
rrreLi stent hi Ij1iri-ifLri- I'r t4?'iJ'a.WiF.liri
r3Tk,crtoolej ladrlr Ai we ask that joa vsnd n
tUPTUIlCO PnSOXS can hat FREI
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE IABY GARMA6E
COSTS WO HOaS THiS THI OLD STTLB. AMD CAH BE BEADILT AXXrC8TZr
VrllajaM tvl vTIZ?Tn
BABY CRADLE. HOUSE CARRIACC
Tbs Uloatratlon. abor. ar. mad. from phrvoffraphs. Th. adjoatabl. patta do sot cnana1. th.
appaarane. wban used a. a .treat carrteac: thy can b. oawl or not at th. pl.amr.orth. pur
chaaar. Th. HOLMAN CARBLiOES a'3 arractad for two years. Erery part I. abaolut.lyp.r
fect, Or.r lOOO aold In CMcago alnr arch 1st. Bant to all part, of th. CnlUd Stataa aad aaf.
aUrrj guaranteed, send for a catalogue containing late.t etyle.. cheapen to flneat.
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE CO., 275 Wasmsh Ave., Chicago, .
Mlllti'f SrY.?ffitft'i 1 '1 aaaMataaaawTlrfil V" 'ifi ' fT'VaaaaT'ii tr A
RAILBOAJ) TIMh CAKD.
Ptttalmrii, Cincinnati ami HI. Louia Rail,
wa Company ran Handle Koate.
Under schedule in elTect September 23,
lbST, trains leae Spriin;lield, central stand
ard time, for Xeuia, Cinciuuali and Colum
bus, 7:15 a. in., for Uajton tT:15 a. m.,
for Xenia and Iudiaiupolis tlOr-JO a- in.,
lor Xenia, Cincinnati. Coluuinus. Indian
apolis and Chicago, ;,;lu p. iu., for Xenia,
Da) ton and Cincinnati, .,.1 p. m.
1 rains arrive in apruuiUtM at 7:15 and
10:20 a. in., t.Voo p. nj. and b:W p. m.
Daily. JDaily, eAcepl Sunday.
Sam Dohiis. 'ticket -VksuL
Omalamd, Jalnml.ua. Ctociui.ail aa4
8 NUtht Kxpresf 1.30am
12 New York A Uoston fcn,ri:s...
2 CleTeland A Eaaiern Lii.res
t New VorKLlmltedKipi-.ts
aoiso socf s.
9 Nigtt txpress
ti spk .Cln.A Wes. Ex
. T-iA am
I cm. ri)lK uut'neje.
23 Clnrlaaatl A Indiana pells Eiprits.ll.uu ua
3 CleT.lanaaClc-lausul-rirtaa ljOiss
SClntl..Iod..St.LoulsAkan. hi 'ixlb
JiSatIK 1M1M KASr.
& Xlcht Eipres. . .2a)ani
1 (.iu Hllut Luik.jc . . ". am
J Clete.ali & Clrilii.ll I Aiirb. 1 ,.i pm
ew ork.i:oonlii.c.iit.uti la. i,im
aaaiTS raov aocm.
HUrht Ixcrass L2S axa
O Daytoa. Bprtnne:cAc;oaa.Ir'U usiss
12 Sew York A hoaion Umltoo 'viOua
1 Clereland A Eatt.rn tiprm s.ts tot
K Cincinnati A ByrtL.n;a Acccrc ssu ua
It Mew Vora Limited t-nrnt M', pn
No. 12 has thro-gii ilt-epers to New York aaa
Soston without chiuure.
No. 4 Is the faisucs llcited eipretc, ecrn
totei entirely ot Jitters, raa: o( Cleveland,
furoaah sleepers from Sri.Celd. Makes
fowiorkin jj'a hc-r. -na Boston In UH
it. .. .icat.1. AietLt.
D. B. MAKTIN". Aicade L'tpot.
a. p. a. bDrtDifn:e. o.
ST. T, Veva. Ohio B. B.
All trains run on Central time 2S mlnntca
( slower than city time.
TSAIHS LE-TI GOIJTG K48T.
So. i. New York Limited, dally 10:3 a. m.
" 2. Accom.. daily except Sunday. JW p. m.
So. S 10:11 p. m.
' 12. Atlantic Ex.. dally 2:1U a. m.
Jo. S. Ctn.ASL Louis Ei.. aally 2:10 a. m
" 1. Aceomdallteiceo. Sunday J0.07 a. m.
" S. bt. Louis Ex.. dally 3.K c. m.
Xo.4 haa sleepers, but nochacice ol cars In
Ithercase tbrouc'a to New York. No. Sea
throosh sleepers to St. bonis
Free back to trains to aU points east of. and
tncladlnt; north Lwlshuiv.
For tickets to all points and farther lnfor
natlon.callon J. D. PuLsca.
Telephone call 510.
Indiana. iSlooml nylon ami sVr-t.ro EtaUl.
aaaiTX raoM .soetk.
I Cincinnati Express-
. 1 15am
. 6 So am
Sandusky and dprinzfleld ExH
i Columbus Mali .
airitr raoM KAsr.
i N'luht Express
L'tiicaco. et. L.A Kan.Clly llo.
7 Sandusky Mall
3 Chicago, fft. L. A Kan. City Ex
aaaiTC raoM wxsr.
2 Eastern Express- .
I Atlantic Jtatl-
6 Xew York Limited
Dinar wiuo soxth.
2 LaxesldeEipress. .. ..
I I'ut-ln-llay Exoress-
prlnzlleld and Sandusky v
DiraKT COI.SO EAST.
2 Columbus Express
I Atlantic .11all
S Columbus Accomniodtlon
6 New York Limited..
I Night Express-
Cblcago. at. L. k Kan. City II m
S Chlcajto. Jt. L. A Kan. City Ex
Ohio Southern Kallroad.
aaxiTx no a socra.
X Balnbrldze Accommodation 9 40 a m
1 Mall and Express 4 JO p m
ocraar goig socth.
2 Mall and Express 10 2". am
4 Balnbrldze Accommodation.. . 535 Bin
AU trains marked run dallytall others daily
except Sunday, standard timc.wnlch Is 2s
minutes slower man spr nztleiii city time.
D. II ROCHE.
smmS artA. forouroune. 1
.r. Mtk wnuld nx at In kIia. U'noLaaaLa Paica
Liai sent only wave appheauioa Isaccompaatod ht
Tba Orlxlwal and Only GeaalaVfi.
8a.aaaal.a7. E.U.M.. ln rfwMthWMlaiatfaea
Iaill.iwMbt. fc LADIES. 1 il .1 11 lliasalal rn
".aiiai'a Eiwlwiaal uu a. tOrr. yr latlaw (a.
INW.p.11. ". p..... fnmr bj
AMI r ,,Vm
SaU ay Brasalaai nrrittn AU kr srkbaa
W lfttia- rawmal ella Tataaaauaa.
m a aWtwai ataabM4. Towiarai laaavm
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Hln M. " alaama. Ca. 1 .1. lltaa aat,
A1VH TTll-r-'lv" SaUaiaUUrmlin
vcirc bect aacBitirr Kum
... tf vv .... r.i i.nm
fcwa.a. -n laamn bhi aramaai aaavv.aaa
Pleasaot to tb. TaatA. Coolinc. Befraabinc Inna-oratia.. Adaptl to all
cnmai. ana ai..irta ux m rwaoar
.adaaanaacent. tar-Dun t tad la as. a.
rrtc 33 Crata.
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