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WK,s. EEPUBUO, TMUJKSDAY EVENDTG OCTOBER 13 1887. scsr.s iS irsr ll. Hi I . it I II V ."V AMUSEMENTS. ASK NO MORE! You set it all Id a lump and no rebate xxadted. GRAND OPERA HOUSE 0K MtSIIT ONLY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th. SwHtnamJtireA. Facan'M MINSTRELS!! tVni. FOOTF. cleiieral Manri-r llii.liiew. lititnMr C.Kll.T.,1. WII 1M. Over Half 100 Performers. Ssestnam. Harney rataii. Harrj rmstrun. Banks W Inters. Will Itlce. V rank tush maa.Chsrles K.we le.Crxxxford .V McKlsson. ai il SO OTHERS. .vimetlilnc nexx In Minstrelsy Tin" nulla Belstderes The Wed dine Mel's tirand -lectaciilarflrt part Llln-rtyen ll.titenini: the World lrle.7". M) and "Scents s-eats now en sale at Harris' cigar store. ss sr ew -? fag. Friday Evening, Oct. 14 Kceierraent of th popular TomeJians. Murray & Murphy In tliciroriElnalslde-siiIittInt: absurdity, entitled. supported by a company of unu.uil ex cellenre. UDder the management of Mr. J M. 1111, U Handsomely uiiifjriaed Hand and Orchestra. Xeir Ftatur's-. Xew Laughs. Xer Specialties-. -ropu'.ir prices, seats on sale at Tierce's GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONK MGI1T OSI.1. MONDAY. OCT. 17th. Mr. Henry C Miner's lraffn lroductlin of "THE SILVER KING" iMeS'rs Jones and Herman. Authors ) I nder the le Management of MR. GEO. L. HAREI30N. BRILLIANT KU 1VAL OF THF 11 THE SILVER KING," Thiiant of all Theatrical Successes ' He Positive and-sumptuous Cnsumm ition ot Moern lram"Hr Triuuiiilis1 A Migity. MonlTta-lrnc Play as Power ul asaSrr.ion! !i. -hie Portrayal of ature's Noblest Traits' Mr. Carl A.lla.win . ilfre.1 Iemer," Tile ier King." Scale of Prices Tjc. Ve and is-, reats on sale at usual place The Theatrical Prefrswlaa. Verlt wUl win and receive public mvenltlon tat rvalse. Facts, which are the outcome tr general ex pertence. crowuc through years of critical anl practical twt, become as noted and lmmov)Ieai the rock cf Gibraltar In public i pinion, and hence forth need no further guarantee as to tuilr ffenu IneneftS. The indUpulabl. fact that Swift s Specific Is the bet,t Mod purlher la the world. 1 cneor these tmmovaUe Gibraltar rock facts of which we havt .(siken, aud every da s experience ithjU this cou vlctlon deeper an J do I vr lu jmbuc optniou. tier daas f our itsiple lu America and In Furore, every trade, calling and roteslon. Including tht medical profession, have tKrne voluntary test! rnony in the remarkable vnues of S. Js. h. arul tla lufallltte cSlca.y lu firing all dlMSts of thi bUstJ. Ihese lektlmoulaU are on filebi the thou sands, and open to the lupeclion of alL Noweome nuwllclled. two llUiiirulOiet memliers of the tbeot rlcal profession, wlio gratefully testify Uithe wonder ful curallve qualliies cf the Spocmc la their Indt vldoal cases. Their testimonials are herewith sub mitted to the public without further comment let them speak for themselves. ThebidvlsameniWrol inefamous Thalia Ttuwtre G'inpanr.of New i rk, andformerlvoffheBesllencT) Theatre. Berlin. Ger many.an.lof McKLer's stock CcroiAny.of Chlcano Tlie genUem.nl. u well known member f the New York Thalia Theatre Oomiiany. Irth are w ell know n tu theatrical circles In this country and In Europe, Charlatte llandora Tcwtimstuy. s.w okE. Xa) 3, 1SS7. Swift Specific Conpany, Atlanta. Ga.: Gentlemen IUvlnir lieen annoyed with pimples, eruptions and ioiu.unes4of ll.e sm, from lad con dition of my Ll ski, for more than a year, 1 Uned a leading prestation of sarsaisirllla aud oth adver tised remedies to n . IJect. 1 hen 1 consulted a prom inent pbislelan. and from las treatment received no benefit. I then concluded to trythe S.S.S. rem dy for the bksMl and five cr ill packages, ly a Ihonsifh eradlcatl n of mv trouble and restoring smoothness to m .kin. have nuule me happy, and 1 cres-rrully glre vuu this testimonial for tuih use audpublkltyasyou wiidit make of IL CHSCljOTr. Ksxpow. 132 Bowery, near Canal htreet. lingo Ilaaakrrl'a Tewtisnony. The Pw Ift S1flc Corrpany, Atlanta. Ga. . (teuttemeu For two jeam I lisd A severe caseof .s-seiita. lusi tarMNi.i.uphurMwiw audvarl(us ttt-r remedies, and wa. rj-M.rliiMl for by nnmber. tf Ihisklans, but found norellf Atlat I deter ruined totry thetv&2t. remed).anl seven or eight Littles have thiroughly relleted nte. and you can mt this certificate In any tiunner ywis Ish. llt- IlsKERL. Member bf Thalia Thealra New Tork, Iay 3. li Treatise vn 11Um1 and Skin Dlseas ma'led f reft. Tck hwirr bicctnc Co, Iraw r 3. Atlanta. Ga. Martyrs to Headache SeV Telief In rain, until they begin to use Aj er's Sarsapanlla. Then they re gret the j ears of suffering they might Lax e escaped had tiny tried this remedy earlier. The trouble w as constitutional not local; and, until Ajcr's S.u-sapa-rllla did its ctTiitixe xxork as an Alteratixeand Blood 1'i.nUer, they wtro :otns.lled to auffir. The xvifc of Samuel Taje, 21 Austin st , Lowell, Mass , wa, for a long time, subject to severe headaches, the result of itomach and lixer disorders. A rwr fect cure has been effected by Ajer's Sarsaparilla. Frank Kolert. 727 Washington st , Boston, saxs that he fornierlx had ter rible heailai lies, and until he tsk Ayer's i.arsapanll.1. nfxer found any medicine that would pxe Permanent Relief. "Exerv Spring, for jiars," xvrites Lizzie V. IeVcau. 2ii2 I'llte. nth st , Brooklyn. X. Y., "I haxe hid intolt r able headai lies. 1 couuiit ni d the ush of Ajer's Sarsaparilla last Marh, and luxe" not had a headache suite that tune " "I suTered from headaihe, indiges tion, and debditx, anr xxa hardlx able) to drag nixself alsMit tne house," xxntis Mrs. M. M. Iewn, ot A st , Lowell. Mass. " A er's S irs isinlla has xx orked a uiarxelous change 111 111 ae. I now feel stro.ig and xxell as n r " Jonas Garman, Kq . of Lykms. Pa., writes "For jea-s I haxe suffered dreadfully, ex erv Spring, from headaihe, caused by inipuntx of the blood and bilousness It siemid for daxs and weeks that inx heal would split open. Nothing rthtxed me till I took Axer's Sarsapanlli 1 his medicine has tured me completely " When Mrs. fienex-ra Belanger, of 21 Bridge st , Spniigtield, Mas . Ik gan to use Aver's Sars ip inlli, she had sutlerisl for some xiats from a serious atbition of the kitlnexs. Kxirv Spring, also, she was afflicted with headache, loss of appetite, anil indigestion A friend wr suailed her to iw Ajer's Sarsaparilla, which lienehusl her wonderfullj. Her health is now perfect. Martyrs to head- - m g ll. falfOI C S9lC3n3rillSI a-ajus 9 wui w Prepared by Dr. J C Aver Co., Lowell. Mass. irnc. 1 ( wa vuuk., a, nviui-,. ww.-. OUR IRISH VISITORS LOST rwwlbral fawprSB Hmwwmmm IS--ailtS' wi lr -... Mrtsu IWt MsSicla. Os. IS . litis SL, ---- ! by all Umiuss. TO THE EYE OF LOVE. They whisper" he gros old," and blj m dwell Upon jour slower speech, your slackened irait. "lour cheek and brow deep seamed, x.hut ne'ef elate Glows now your eye as once It did. They knell This v, ise; bjt as for me. I, 'neath lox e's sji, 11, All marks c f ore ignore In lo. heart s mat, Since loie mi blind, to t1s tlrg things of fate Tliat of their as,.aheot 1 ctml 1 m. ull "let, blinding thus I xe cites me ith( r hlffht, rardercr of the ihanirt- Inour wsil Tliit yearl,lail tatHotT Mtmeold bhiflit. To piin the tliarni of h. me new M-If ennlrid S 1. 1 ll carj' '"e 1 reck not time rtifht. I- iLding j oil nobVr as we near t line s glial ill am Nt nuliem In Home Journal IX Till: DKNVKIS STACK. Ten Mars ago the etcitomnt of the day in Denxer .ln , re.iili.sl ftscliuii. xxlmi Capt Iltll Ciiiuni'tt.-s, lroxe tlie I. nlxillc ciutli out of the stable junl and pulled up 1 in trout of the I nitcsi M.iti s hotel In anticipitiou of the Kreat iliilj exent a crowd nlxxsjs benn t either an hour or I two lsfore the tfnin si for the Mage's dcpirture To piss the time pleasantly, ithe crowd (ill of w bora wore big Munch 1 h its mid carmsl pitol) sss ul ittsl on the chincesof t'ie -tage s g.-ttmg to it do:i- Inntion and told wild stones of the list time Capt Hill hidlotu laid up," and , how much tho express compjii) hid lost when the li ghwijmcn broke open the Ihix after killing the mesengtr It wi at this time of iki when the bir did its hi, gest lmines, and If an one ninoiig the crowd lit it Is; known tli it he was in ad entunus traeler and mtendeil making the trip to l,e.idiile, he was straightway ilssaiUsI on all sides by inflations to tr the United states' bet whi-k, and ail x ice w as show ered on him as to how he should Inline in case the -tnge should Middenl) come to a hilt, aud the crj of "Hold up our hands, gentlemen," should sound in the night air Tne Mage r.lwajs left Denver In the afterntsm, liecau-e by so doing the country He viid, how e er, t hit Amos V Townond imtmslintely snrrouuding the citj, which w.isthelcaderof the gang and had pi imicil w is conulpreil c-mparatieh safe, could ilic inuriUr and coiiinu-ioutsl him to le trawr'ed during the hours of ilark, and eeiute it On the otlur man piiiers the hours of daylight could be utilized to were found which prmed ln-yuml qucs juss through those mountain gorges and Hon that Tow ns( nil w as, indeed, the il rarines wlu re danger lurkisl liehind eerj i lain which the d)icg inunlcrir said ho bowlder, and around any curve of w Inch n was ping of he.iMlj armed and masked men i "Capt. Kawllns waited until his prisoner might be waiting to re!iee the pissingirs dnsl, and then hastened to Demer to nr of their valuable, and to use their ret Tow nsen 1 He found the old mur v carious if the slightest resistance was derer in his shop and quickly put him offereiL j under arrest." All this i clnngeil now The I'nitcd Here the old man stretched himself anil Stitcs hotel has been reltgited to tho I slowly descended from his seat. "Hut." pLice of a second class hostilrj There 'vild I, "what Iwcame of Townsend'" are now no crowds aloat its doors, and .Capt. Hill walked to the stable door and only an occasion il prospector from the threw it open Said he: "Stranger, jou hill's, whoe bird luck Ins forced him to ' see that tree (low n the afreet Well, tho ntum tothe big citj to nnewhisstoik of I niglit Towncnd was arrested a lot of provisions, can be seen alwut its de-ertcd ma-ked men tisik him out of jail without hills with his feet resting againt the ! much trouble, and the next morning ho big stove medit.uii cly expectorating to- I bacco juice on the sanded floor. The glories of the old stage are aKo passed It is saved from detru-tion, howexer, b ome of the old settlers who still hnc u fmde in it for the sake of the dangers it ias pa-isl. When the railro nl to Ieid Mlle was completed and the stage route had to be akmdoned, these men Imught the stage. Iliej built a stable for it down on Carmine street, nnd there it stands todiy forgotten bj exerjlssly ex cept the fiw who piy for its keep, and by C.ipt Hill, who ucd to sit proudl on the lo and -tcer it through clangers, the thought of which would turn an ordtnarj man's hair pray A short time ago, while in Denver, I wns taken to the stable nnd shown the old stage. It is not much to look at now. The paint has liecn worn oil the sides, and the leither curtains, w Inch used to he neatly robed up. now lung down and mourufull ll.ipin thewind idle I, with my guide, a mcnilierof congress, stood look ing at the old stage and trviug to imagine some of the scenes through which It had passed, the stable door opened and an old man entered. Although the new comer s, long lxardwis gray and the hair which hung far down on his shoul ders froni tinder Us bro.nl sombnro was white, he mocd with such nn easy swinging carnnge and stood so irect that he apjicired some llfteen or twentj 3 ears ounger th m he reallx w as h it could be scitiof his face was tannetl bj constant exisure to a color which much resembled wellcureil alligator skin His eyes were awj light blue and had a cr; peculiar way of jieiping out from the wrinkles 111 which tiny were set, as though he were on the lookout for something sensitiotial Aftir 1 had st-en the look of affection w huh he cast at the old stage I was not surprised whe'i my fntud introduced luui as Capt. Hill Cirmniings, the famous driver. At first Cumtniugs seemed tlis inclintsl to talk, and npieared to think tint my questions were prompted solelj lij idle cur.ositj, but inter a while lie re lented lie climlssl np to Ins old placeon the lo. win re he hid passed through so many danger, and aftir politelj w ixitig my friend ard myself to a couple of enipn b.irrels which stooil in one lormr of the stable he liegan to talk. "Yes." he said, "this old stage lias seen many a fWit, nnd Ken through lots of dangers, but the toughest time it ex er had was in '70 aud '77 In those jears the lulls lictween here and Leadwlle were in tested by the worst gang of Mage roblers that were eer known 111 this rigion It was not that they wereanx worse than other gangs, but thej were under the leadership of a man whose de ilish cun ning was such that it seemed impossible to corner him or ex en to nnd out ivactlx who lie xx as He tried it on cince too often, hoxxixer and xx hen his identity xx as made known after his death it turned the whole citx of Dimir upside (loun for a xxeck. Thire xas at th it time a business, honse on I.iramie strut, win re all the miners xx eat to get tlnir supplies The head of it u as one of our most enterpris Iuk citizens and gtuir.illx reelected and looketl up to. His name was Amos V Toxxnseud It had Wn reported tint some of the stage robbirs liadlKin heard to call their leader Amos, but no one ever dreamt of conmiting the famous desitcrado and the rcsiiectetl mir th mt together One night just lie fore the stage xvas to leave Denxtr I was taken aside ix a friend nnd was told to take partirul ir care, as one of my passen gers was going to Iadvillc to purchase some mining propertiis and had a smill fortune in his lielt- The would lie mine owiur xvas. pointed out to me. He xvas a young ftlloxx xxith n quiet, determimsl np jxaranie, who seitnctl xvell nble to take care of hmisilf Hesules him theie was onlx one othi r inside jia-ssengrr, xx horn I took to be n tertkrfoot from his tierx ous manner and the iilsiiire of nny xxeapons about him The txxoixpress guards and myself xxire the onlx cms outside. As xxe xxerednxingdoxxn I.imnile s-reit 1 hap pened to see Mr low tisi 11.1 standing near the store, and I s.,w him nod to some one inside, but I took It to lw a pfsmg fare xxell to tin xoung Iran xiho was going to buj the mines I h nl not nun h to say to iny passengers, and I took them lo Ik uboutas uu.oii..blc .1 lota--1 h id ixir cir ried Each feemeil to nttcud strictly to his own business, ami it xvas onl) at long interxals tint I heard tlnir voiles as they talkeil to i.ich otlu r "On the ex ening of the second dij xvc had got xxell into the mountains, and xxhen xxe droxe up to liinks' station, xvhere xxe took supjieranil changeil horses, I Ugan to think xxe would git through safilx. Doth passengers got out toeat, and I noticed that the manner of tho young mill I had ranked as n ttudirfoot xxasexin more nerxous than It Lad IkiiI xxhen xxe lift IKnxtr, .mil I S1711I him up as King unlit for the countrj into xxhich he xx is going Wo staxed at the stmnn alsiut half an hour, ami tin 11 I m 111 two passtuirs safelx inside and cliuilied 011 111 Isix. Just a I was gathering up the lines old Hanks came out and told tri be had veil n 111 m dnxebj xxithnlisl hcrse just before dark, and I had Utter I c.infiil not to run oxer him At tin I saxvm tenderfoot stick his head out of the xvindoxx, but lie quicklj pulled it in again, nnd I droxe on. ".lust as uaviigm xvas tieginnitig n' twnrnierthotoior the hieh nioiintnlns I ... . .. 1 . . i Must as daylight xvas beginning W station lufflru rtaili- inc I-tadville, and dismounted from tho box with a sigh of relief, ns I felt that noxv all danger xvas over But xxhen 1 put 1 my head into tho stage door to arouse my 1 passengers I drew back xvith a yell of sur prise and horror. In the dim light I could plainly see that there xvas only a man in side, and from bis strange position I knew somcrnins wm wrotiR. vv hen 1 throw open the door I fotiml the only occutiant of tliestcge xxas the man who was roIiik to buy the mines He was stoneileml ami cold His throat had been cut from tar to ear There. hh no doubt that my tenderfoot was the murdirer, and after killing his fellow trnxekr mill seciirin, his U It with tie iimne), he had cr.nxleil ttinniKti the rear window of the M ice .mil lnisl oil intothero.nl He h nl txi dentlj taken the jouriiex with tho hole tuir-xise of coiiutiittiin- the niurdi r and taking the plun.hr When wo tarried the dcid limit into the station no found Opt Ituxxlltis, of the Ileutr mounted i-ilice force, and thrie of his men, who wire out lmiitiin- for ilesper aloes They nnmediatel gie up all ullicr business and start-si in pursuit of me murderer Hie result of tlie--tliiiit I litant from the captain him-df Half way lielxxes.ii the two sfitions 1 e fmind b the rmil -Mc n place where .1 r.imp tin- h id lwen built, and win re two hop-i- Had it! ami Ik-cii tied to .1 tree II tin side of the tire was the inunlirtsl man'-1 uipty ls.lt. For four d is tho cipt dn i.nd his three men follow eil the trail of tht inttr- dinr and his coinjunniti through the mountains At la-t one night, ju-t le- fore dark, the) tamo upon tne lcs)Hri- nss in 1 mountain gorge lloth nun xxcre seiteil on the ground Ciutiou-ly Hit-captain and his men cri pt up to the unconscious rufllnus Ijich olluer bnniht his gun to lxar on one of the men and then fapt Haw lms callisl on them to surrender Without nn iiMant's hc-itation tach man grabbed his gun and opined Jlre en the oltlctrs At the llrst discharge from tho oflicers the man who had committed the murder fell, anil a moment latir his compan ion lij stntcheil on tho ground be-ide him On examining them C.ipt Riwlins found tint the jounger m in, who had Kin in the stage, was not qmto dead low.inl morning the oung nun nicd sulllcii ntlj to talk. He refused to gne his name and it was never knonn was found hanging from that big limb 1 there. He nlso had twenty-sexen bnllets 1 in his body." "L. M. W." in New York I Mall and Kxpress. NEW YOF.K JANITOIl'S LIFE. Not Altogether a Happy Es!tenceTIIi Ariluous llutles-tVHges. "A j'initor's life is not altogether a lnppj one." said tho janitor of a large duxxn toxxn building tlexoted to bmks, in surance companies and l.mjirs' olhcts "His chief em mj i the "office Imj. Anx olliielxix xx ho sits his mind iijioii it can secure the disch lrge of a jauitor. How He musses up his unidojer's otlice, scat tirs papers alsiut, gets the unploxer angry, and lixs it ail on the jmitor The Uij protests with the innotnice of a htatl.en Clunee with a deck of cards up his sleexe that he found the office just tint xx ax xxhen he came in. Ills cra pIoxirKIfexes him nnd complains of the j initnr, ami if the thing is persisted in he JH-rhaps makes it a jersoiml gnexauce. It's of litfle use for the jmitor to denj the chirge of negligence. If ho does be is put dou u for a liar as xx ell as a drone, and Ins depirtttre is likely to lie hastened " "But donotj initors hold jirettj steadily to their places" "So, the contrary is the fict," replied the Mtenui janitor. "I haxe leen hire ne.irlx Ixrentj eight years, but I can think of but one otlur building, ex en among those of rtcetit construction, in which there haxe not betn sexiral changes of Jinitors." "What is the reason'" "One re ison is tint the duties of a jan itor are xerx difficult to attend to prop 1 ly, although a contrary impression is rj-cxaluit. As I have pointed out, he must keep on good terms with the tenants of the building, nnd this requires tact as xxell ns ludustrj, and nen these will not alxxaxs accomplish it if there is a mali cious small lioj around. Another reason i th it tlie duties of tho place are not her.lthv A jmitor goes into an office lifter the cup.ints haxe gone, nnd at cer tain seisons of the xear he finds the win lioxvs closed Heojtcns the windows and begins sxteipin While tho draught of cool air pi us upon him from without, his lnngs inhale the cloud of dust that rises ritlnti the apartment. This cannot lie healthy, and pulmonary and otnar diseases are the frequent result " "But you hive at least the satisfaction of lixmg high up in the cool air in these hot summer months " "That is true; but there, again, the tanitor's lot is not as happy as it seems The air np there is cool, it is true, but it s also lidcn xvith all the foulness aud ef 3uvmm tint natunill rises from below; snd oil damp, hot dnjs it Is extremely op pressixe near the top For my oxvn Idea of comfort six e me the first floor. It is certain thut the families of janitors are frequently visited by sickness and death, nnd this docs not sjsak well for the healthfulncss of their quarters. But jan itors haxe o'ic adxnutage, and that lsconi paratix o seclusion for their families from the associations of the street. They nre enabled to bring up their children in com pirative pnx.icj " ' Iloir .tie janitors pild" "In the largut buildings by the owners, it rates xarjing from $100 to $150 a month, in tho smaller buildings by the ten ints, at from $2 to 100 a tenant. In tlie lari;e buildings offices are let with the services of the janitor Of course tLe j initor's rent is free Not only tho clean liness, but the preservation of a building depends muih upon having the right kind of janitor See that marble," pointing to a xxell preserved marble flooring; "but for the ci.re xx ith xx Inch I have that washed uight after night it would present a very dillerent appearance, aud soon be in grained xxith dirt that could not be got out After awhile oxx ners will learn bet ter than uost of them know now hoxv much the xalue of their property depends on the jmitor, and then janitors will be more carefully selected, and hold their places longer xxhen selected." XexvYork sun I.cnci Made of Ice. The Iondon correspondent of Le Mon iteurde la I'hotographie xvntes to that journal that in the middle of the winter ix h!ch has just elapsed a student made a lens of ice, with which he lit the pipes of onie of the skaters on the Serpentine bj means of the solar rays, an experiment, he says, xxhich was llrst performed in the polar regions bj I)r Scoresby to the great istonishmeut of the sailors, for they could mt understand xihy the ice did not freeze the beims of the sun We may remark hat Professor Tjndall nt times xvould set 3re, nt the lioyal institution, to a little heap of guupoxxder xvith rays from the lectnc urc concentrated upon the powder iv means of a lens of Ice. .. His explana "011 xx as that although ice absorbs rajs of -crtiin xx axe lengths, and is gradually incited thcrcb j , other waves it does not lbsorb, and these hitter produce the heat ing effect nt the focus of tho lens It Is w holly a question of the relatix e motions Df the molecules of frozen xx ater and the motions of tlie xxaves of light; xxhen there is discord lietxxeen tlu two the discordant xxaves pass through the ice without ab sorption. British Journal of Pho tegraphj . I Itsrl . 1 in llla.lnst.a ...-. 'To millions, pleasing tlieir palates, nnd idealising their systems, arousing their j Lixers, Kldnejs. Stomachsand Bowels to a healthy activilj. Such is Uie mission of , me i us aiiionna lopnu nun iriuwj, Sump of tigs. 50c aud Si bottles for sale at Casper's drugstore. Venus will increase in brightness during this month. I CREENE TOWNSHIP. j (liu fnai'olis, Oct. 12 Beat this: I Dixid Hlltz hulled from one xvagon load of cloxersexen bu-hela aud fortx-lixe pounds of si ed in thlrtx tixe mltiutts .Mrs J. Hess, xxliile ftssiing some c.ilxes, met xxith an accident; the calf drexx the bucket doxxn from the fi nee and caused Mrs Hess to 1 loose her tnlanie and fall oxer the fence, ( and bruisi.ig her somen hat, but breaking nn hour ...hrnnk Kellx, foriin fix of this toxxuliip. mm of Kins is came mar loos ing his onlj child bj lire a few dajs ago. It xxas in a room bv itsiif xxhere tin re xxas lire. and its clothes became ignited bj some cause, its uiothtr coming into the room saxx its elothis on me, siicieislid In putting it out Is fore theihild xxis hidlj burned . . . t the sale of Ceotge eigler, a daughter of Chris e'g'ir. xxhich was hut four jears old. did bidding on a coxx for her father, xxhich was quite amusing to the crowd ... The joung folks of the Presbj It rian church of Cliitoii held 11 soci.il at Dixnl Mewart's last exeiung, haxitiga pleasant time and cash that xxas not to be ashamed ef Mr. Will Miller is gelling reach for a republican xictorj, for lie is painting his habitation red. The ground 111 the prairie of Capt. Perry Stewart lias been on lire for some xxeeks ai.d Is still burning. It xxas caused b burning bumble bees' nests ..'I Ids is an old copj xxhich Is applicable to the nexx patties "Vexx things please xxeak minds " A xxeddingsnon in families of hiijicst circle.. . The rallj at Pitchlii Siturdaj night xxas well attended, there being quite n number of ladies present Paw lms and Wallace both spoke to the edilication of all present. Tho latter would rathir mike re publican speeelus at the cross roads than proclaim democratic doctrine from the plnnlcales of the large cities There wasuKoraker club organized at Pitchni Sitiirihij exeuing. xxith George El der as pn sub nt. Tills makes two clubs in the township, xxhich speiks xxell for the re publicans and slioxxs that they are wide axxake. Weknoxx nothing but to be inter est din lepublican principles. The txxo clubs xx ill lie composed of the larger part of the republican xoters Democratic Abell made a raid on uslast xxeek. circulat ing documents pretending to show that l'oraker was for tiling the farmer, and that tho present state administration is more evpeiislxe than xxas Hoadlj's. These were tveing put in the hands of republicans, tt'n say to our Ixijs. "Lookout.".... Will Super and Miss Dora Griffith, of Pearl street, of this citj, took in tlie social at Daxid "-tewart's last week Charles Weimer, xx Idle dressing a sheep for market, found It to haxe three horns, the thin! com ing out near tho center of tiie head, and about one-third as large as tlie others Davebtewartgt.es north this Tuesday to trj iishlng ...Mr. P. II. Stiatton is at tills xx riting xisiting friends in Jay count In diana ...Chris elgler left this Monday with his pomes tor Columbus, O John Taj lor is on the sick lint. SOUTH CHARLESTON. SOITH ClIll.I KslON, Oct. 10. T. J. Hick, C. II. Wentzand wife. B. B. Sneet, Matthew Mittinson, Thomas Mattitison, jr., hat 0 rtturned lromSt. Louis, lux ing been ill attendance of G. A. It. encamp ment. Darwin Pierce has not et returned. He is takimr In Kansas and other Western "states before his return ...Jacob Peirce, I of Denxer, Col , is xisitmg hi daughter. , Mis messing, inthisot 1 lie n omen's Uellef Corps held their lirst entertainment Friday evening with good results. The cleared oxer S30. . .Col. G. W. Wilson, of London. O., dropped in for supper. He be mr in the cit 011 legal business, xvas called on and gaxe the W. K C great encourage ment. Col. x ilson Is a good taiktr ana was a soldier and knevx whereof he speak. . ...Conxerse. of lamdoti, O , xxho wa in town also 011 Iegl business, took stipiwr with the W.K. C Our U. A. K. bami gue the W. IL C. free music, xxhich xxa highl appreciated. Tlie bos lino new instru ments and under their leader, mil. B. . Jackson, are destined to come to the front if the do not run outofxxind L. H. Houston and S. B. Kinkiii are prospecting and xisltlng In the wet ...Gentlemen, s 100,000 went from this xicimt about a j ear ago. but not a cent relumed. Let start a boom at home . . -Sam Cotiult, mother and sister, hax e taken charge of the Miami House 111 this cit) and the) are liaxing good success, Mr. Jacob XMtesel and family having moxrd to Findlay, O. Frank Bngg. Butler Badgeley and William Badgelej nere arrested while re turning home from the W. IL C. suptier Friday exeiung. charged with disturbing the ieace. His honor. Major Hudson. gaxe them the usual dose. 51 e each, and the bojs go out of toxxn noxx quietly u. L. Harrison, nn eitemixe. line hojr raiser. report hog cliorera. Sexeral liae ilietl, one 3100 soxx, and sexeral of les xalue, and a nuniber are jet xerj sick. EN0N. Esos, 0 . Oct 'J George Fuller. Char- Iej ltetsl and Charlej Young are preppring to goon a hshing and hunting excursion to Arkansa. Thej haxe built n canoe out of eanxa, which Is light and tasilj handleil In tin they will travel doxxn the Miami, the Ohio and the Mtsisippi rivers to the point of destination. Thej expect to spend most of the vv inter on this expedi tion, and will leave here the '.'Otli ol Octo ber Dr. Duckwell leaxe Monday for a visit to "southern K -a and Indian Ter- ritorj-, and expect to be gone txxo xxeeks Aunt Hettie Itolljcross. of llanuonj'. tins countj, is xislting friend- in and around E11011 Miss Maud Heard, of Clllton. Green countj. () . is the guest of her aunt ami grand parent. Mr. M. Heard, on south enia street Henrj Ilutikle and xxite wife, of Xenia. O , came liomeon a visit Sundav ...Hog cholera has made its ap pearance in E11011, and sexeral parties have lost some hogs, and a lotij: as the hot weather prex ails it will be in danger of spreading ...The M. K. "-unday school xxillhaxe a good tidings serxice in the church mxt Sundaj exenmg. This is something nexx and willbexerj Interesting. Itisfrteto everjbjdx .. .Walter Weaver and O. F. Serxiss xxere here Thur-daj evening. prepared to se-ak for the republicans on the political questions of the day. xxhich they did In all Us pin it j Il.teh.iril Ilarn. of hpriiiglicld, was the guest of Michsel Mulronej and wife over "juudi. ..Miss On and B-rtln Bajlor liave returned fiom a visit to Eigie Citj, thi countj Dr. Charles WlliUsin, of liittshurg, this countj, was in town Monday, the guest of Dr. Duckwtll Tajlor Briner has moved from xveftMaln to ea-t Main street. In the Bartiett proper- tj It S. Miller, of Springfield, is in town, repa.n ig in property, on Main street. NEW CARLISLE. The republicin meeting Siturda) even ing vxas a success in exerx partu u'ar. Our people are wanning up to the xxork of this cimpngii and when November comes there will be no uncertain sound from this pr cincL The opo-ition are working hard, 11 aking use of exerj means, honorable and dishonorable, to accomplish their purpose, but as jet thi ir efforts hax e been useless, and judging by the spirit and numbers of tlie meeting Saturdaj ex ening xxe think we are safe in sijing that the lojai republican ranks of this towu-hm xxlll remain un broken. William M. Kockel and Senator riios. J. Prh.gie addressed the iopIe upon the is-ues of the day In an able and state-mati-like manner, and left a tine impression upon tin ir hearers. The Nexx Carlisle band gaxe 11s some xerj line music. "Marching Through Georgia"' awakened the patriotism of the bojs and added much to tlisS mteiest of the meeting Kantiells A- Co. sold a number of building lot Saturdaj to parties xxho propose to erect beautiful resiliences upon them 1111 mediatelj. So our village is still moving on This addition is destined to be the pret tiest part of town Our hotel change hands this xxeek. Mr. Hlesinger succeeds ir-t. He is a joung mill of spirit and it islieliexed the public will not be injure 1 by the chmge Our treemen are busilj nreiiaritig tor their deliveries. Ail are hopeful of success . . .'I he farmers of this x alley are bus) gathering 111 the golden corn. The crop is not an axerage one, but the qialit) is good The growing crop of wheat is suffering for the want of rain. W, veow SiVS . b warranted, is because it is the best 1 Blood Preparation known. It will posL ' Uvely cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the I whole system, and thoroughly builds up the xuistitution. Bemember, we f-uarastee It. Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and I High streets. WEDWAY. MtnwAx, Oct n.Michie! Kline, a wealthy tanner llx lng west of Med wax. is xery sick at present writing. Fears are entertained that he cannot recoxer .. George People is on the sick list. . . .Mrs. Huh Is no better ...Mary and Walter Morris are conxalescing after an attack of tphoid fexer ...Kllas Kline ha sold his sti k of groceries to Chirles Cahill . El mer Mumiiia is em-agetl as clerk in Charles Miartlc's mocer llenjemin Killhetfer lied on last I hursdax afternoon, and was buried on SutiiU at tie ceineter adjoining the Meuomiite church. He suffered a long time from cancer of the stomach ..Uti ben Aston started to Los Aligele. Cal., on last Tiuirsda), October 0. He expects to 111 ike his future home in the far west Frank Mi Clain will sell out his stock of household goods ami farming implements, and then, as soon as he can get read, xxlli start xx lib hi fainllj for Santa Anna. Cal , where lie will take np his future residence. In- pi Tatham sold his butcher siop to Christ Graber, of O-lwirn. Albert 1 rout will haxe charge of the lusiness ...Martin Itohrer and family, of Lancaster count. Pa , are xNitlng relatixes and friends in our coiutuunit. OAK CHQVE. Oxk Gni F. Oi t. la A certain pet-on s.ijs he I affected xxith a disease similar to that of a stump sinker horse. ...K. B. Al len spent Sunda at home with his family A pleasant party wa glxen at the res idence of Mr. A. Hursh Saturdaj ex en inc. in honor of hi son Harrison' tifteenth birthda. Thrre were persons present from Allentown. 1 eacock, 'Possum and Spring held. A pleading feature of the occasion was the song and harp music, with guitar accompaniment, rendered by Mr. Carl Flohre and txxo gentlemen whose names we did not learn The prinurj department of our school startedoff totia. xxith Miss Bessie Garrison at the helm Wo wondei who the parties were who, being tlesirioii of eating a philippene. could rind nothing belter to suit the occasion than an onion. . . .Our worthy grocery keeper has just completed a door w hich move on roller instead of hinge. We suppose he will have it patented Dan got nn hi muscle Saturday night and snore he could whip a whole house full of men. women and children... Mrs. Elxxell. of Spniigtield, xisited old friends In this vicinity the latter part of last week. DIALTON. Di m.tos. O , Oct. li. Mr. T. W. Hol land and faint!) haxe moved to Xenia... Mr. Link Steven ha moved Into the J. & J. M)ers tenant house, to work In thi mill thi winter Mr. Itichard mn ha moved to this town and will occupy the house he bought or Mr. E Mitchell The Dialton and Springheld mail carrier ha moved into the Euierv Zt-rkle house, to make It handy and clise to hi work.... Miss Lib Snapp is visiting her brother Thomas for a few da). ...Mr. James Steward and family, of Springlield, were tlie guest of Mr. W. Tonilin last Sunday. Mr. Samuel Dibert and wife were vlit- ing at Tansler' on the Sabbath Mr. Sarah Hell, of Springfield, I at home a few daj thi week Mr. A. W. Mitchell and xvffe are pendingafew da) at hi fath er' In Shelby county. ...Mr. Sirs Steeple ton had some bad luck last week. His house took tire and wa destroyed before any one could get there to help him. It was mured I he primary school commenced at Dialton last Monday. Taught by Hettie Harley. Privacy In Telegraph Messages. I never like to send a telegraph message containing important matter, points on a market, or orders to buy or sell, other than in cipher. The telegraph companies take over) mean to secure the safety aud privacy of mes-ages Intrusted to them, but it is beyond their power to a great extent. Sa), for instance, that I have special information and w ant to order an agent or adv ise a principal to buy or sell something The operator knows It's an inside tip. nnd says, "I guess I'll go in on that ' Ho tell another. That is the way operator ge t racing tip Then there 1 another Hanger. So many people nowa days understand telegraphy, and can stand outside of a counter and read the t.ck, either sending or receiving. Just as well a the operator can. I recall an amusing instance in my own experience I went into an office in the West End one day, where there wsre tw o instrument The operator, a young man, was working vigorously at one of them, and in repl) to nn inquiry of mine a to calling up another station said the other xxiru was down and that one was working bad, and he was then trying to get the main office to order a hue repairer out. He was in reality talking to his girl at an olher station, and their talk was very ten der nnd sweet, concluding with arrange ment for a meeting down town that night. At lost he shut off, giving up in despair tho Ides of getting a line repairer. I told him IM like to take a seat at the table, as I thought I could straighten ous the difficult), and his chin fell a foot. He blurted out something about not knowing Iwasnn operator." Operator in Globe Democrat A Story of ltlshop Simpson. An incident showing his gifts is related by his uncle. Lite one Saturday night ho arrived at a toxvn In the mountainous region of Pcnnsjlxunia, where ho was a total stranger. The next morning he inadu hi xv.sx to the Meth .list chunh .mil nccr.stesl the ator, till ug him he xx .is a brother in the ministry. Simpson lieing extiemely awkward and plain in appeirance, tho pitor xvas half inclined to omit the courles) due a brother preach er, of asking him to delixer a sermon. If he inquired of the bishop a to his name lie must haxe failed, to catch it, for he certainly had no idea to whom be xvas sjieaking. His request for the strarger to pre nh xxas therefore expressed lu the most form il and constrained manner. Tlie stranger readily agreed to till the pulp't, and the p istor s chagrin was evi dent, as lie rcsigm d himself to his fate. The bishop preaehtsl one of his powerful sermons, and everytxsly in the audience whispered to his neighlair, "Who is he'" Before he hail taken his scat the pastor had him by the hand, "What did you say x our name was" "Simpson." "Whit I Not the bishop'" "That is xvhat they c ill ire" The minister instantly sprang to ins feet and shouted, "You haxe just hail the pnxilegeof listening to Bishop slmpson Let us sing 'Praise. God from xx I10111 all blessing flow ' " American M.igizine. Tlie Cm 3teter Dangerous. The meter xxhich gas companies intro duce into our house are put together with solder that melts at a low degrve of heat. When a lire originates near a gas meter the heit xery soon causes it to fall npart, and the unchecked Iloxv of gas from tlie lnllucut pipe quickly fill the premises xxith a roaring and devastating flame. After every fire, when there is a total loss ot tlie building, a blazing stream of gis roirs on lieneath falling walls and debris, until meisures ara taken to stop the sup ply of gas from the street mains With these ficts liefore everybody's eye it seems strange thnt no attempt i made to have meters differently constructed, or ewiio way devised to prevent the loss that necessarily results from the present state of things The Engineer. A Myllsh Ailment. "Sam, how is Talller getting along now?" "Oh, so He's putting on too much style now to please me." "How is that" "Well, he's got a mild attack of dyspepsia, and he calls It 'Bright's dis ease' trj 111' to make it appear as if he 11 a distinguished person. It makes me sick to see a fellow puttm' on so much style." Kentucky. State Journal. Don't hawk, hawk, aud blow, blow, dis gusting everjbodj-, but u-e Dr. Sage's Ca tarrh Keimd). A Buck county glutton Is convalescing from l,t00 oysters eaten on a time limit. sSV v SvfvVv.V wy !T" 1XV VMTV Acker's Baby Soother at hand. It Is the only safe medicine yet made that will remove all infantile disorders. It contains no Opium t JUorpMns, but give the child natural tatt frvm fain. Friee 25 cents. Sold by Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. A stuffed hen loaded with dynamite guards a 'Flint (Mich.) roost from thieves. Heroic. Treatment far Hydrophobic This was the heroic treatment prescribed for the bite of a mail dog in 1 709, as given in Boerhaave's "Aphorisms " "The Method to preserxe one from further Harm, re quires (1 That immediately after the Poison is communicated, the whole af fected Place, together xxith the surround Ing, le immediately scarified very deep, and Blood lie drnxx n to a great Quantity, by niems of large Glisse laid over the scarified Parts, or tl e same lie burned deep xx it li a red hot Iron, then the Part le made to suppurate for a long xxhiie by means of such thing a? ulcerate ly their constant Corrosixeness, in the meantime, from the Beginning of the Cure to the End, foment the Parts witli Pickle made of Bay silt and Vjnegir, and these things "".it to lie continued until the sixth month from the llrst Accident. (2) Tlie Clothe nnd other things xxhich may haxe been touched with the Poison, or that the mad Animil had breathed upon, ought to lie. liiil nside ami carefull axoided." New York '1 ribune. Autograph on I'attl'a Fan. Mme. Pattl Mcolini ha a fan on which are tho autograph of ull the sovereign of Europe Here nre soire The czar, "Nothing i o soothing as jour singing " The emjieror of German j, "To the ever singing nightingale " Queen Christina, "To the Spanish woman from a queen who Is proud to have her for a subject " Queen Victoria, "If King Iorar is right in saying that a sweet voice is a precious gift in a woman, jou are the richest of xxo men." The cmtieror and empress of Aus tria have merely signed M Thiers, at the time he xxas president of the republic, wrote, "Quern of song, I stretch forth my hand to thee." La Figaro. .. -..soil III Cleograihy. sSvecber tn toy who had to 1 corrected frequently Can't you tell me where the Blue Ridge i( Boy (rubbing hi shnuMei) No; but I can fell vou where thebliek and blue nJgeb. H is treated more nderously than ever.- Texas Sidings. She Would Scnllop Oysters. "Trim the boat!" etrlaimed Mr. Pop njay rather sharply, U' hi vifef while they were out for an eveiui'g rexv "Don t bo unreasoinble," retorted Mrs Popinjay. You know I hixen't got the mii teruls with me r Burlington Free Press. You'll find her smiling night and day. Although at times she i not gay. And should you wonder why you meet This constant smile, regard her teeth. She only laugh those gem to show. Which S07.0DOXT make white as now. lattit-hter lrfnl a ew Clinrln to beaut) xvhen it discloses a prettj' et of teeth. Whitenes. xvhen nature has suv plied this element of loxelines. may be re tained through Ufa by using the fragrant SOZODON'T. "SrAiniNO's Gt.ui." mend Furniture. Toys, Crocker)-, all ornamental work. Women were alloxved to vote at the vil lage election at Alfred Center. Jf. Y. Ten of them voted. "For j ear I suffered from los of appe tite and indigestion, but failed to lind relief until I began taking A j er's Sarsaparilla. This medicine entire!) cured me. M) ap petite and digestion are now perfect." Fred. G. Bower, 405 Sex enth street, Soutli Boston, Mas. Charles King, a Clex eland. O., hackman, who engaged to drive a young emigrant gtrl from the depot to her uncle' house, but drove to the country and outraged her, was, upon his confession, sentenced to the penitentiary for txventy ears. "T-C vcv woul-t enjoy your dinner jv,vv and are prevented by Djs pepsla. use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets. They are a positive cure for lJyspepsia, In digestion, Flatulency and Constipation. We guarantee them. 25 and CO cents. Frank 11. Coblentz, comer Market and Ulgh streets. A wreck near Koutz's. Ind . caused by the collision of a freight and passenger train, caused a terrible loss of life, about thirty persons being crushed or burned to dvath. CUOUP, WHOOPl.NU COUGH and Bronchitis Immediatel) relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by F. A. Garwood. The Transvaal state, in South Africa, have united as a republic. LOCAL NOTICES. Advice to Motber.. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing fajrup, forchil dren teething, I the prescription of one of the best female nurse and piijsician in the United State, and ha been used for years with never-failing success b) millions of mother for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieve the child from pain, cures d)seu tery and diarrhtea, griping in tlie bowels and wind colic By giving hetlth to the child it rests the mother. Price 2-"ic a bottle. Delirate Clilldri n. Nnr.lng Mother, overworked Men and for all dis ease where the tiues are wasting away from the inabilit) to digest food, or from overwork should take Scott's Emulsion of of PureCod LiverOil with II)pophophites. '"I used the Emulsion on a lady who was delicate. It put her in such good health and flesh, that I must sa) It is the Iest Emulsion "-L. P. WainiKU M. !.. Hugh's Mills, S. C. I have .not Used ail of one bottle et I suffered from catarrh tor twelve ) ears, ex periencing the nauseating dropping in the throat peculiar to that dietse, and nose bleed almost daily. I tried various reme dies w llht ut benetit until last April, when I saw El)'s Cream Balm adverti-sil in the Boston Uml'jct. I proi tired a bottle, and since the hrst day' use haxe had no more bleeding the soreness Is mtirely gone. D. G. Davidson, with the lloston Iltuhjct. formerly with the Boston Journal. Ilurby'a 1'ropll) lactic 1 luiil. Ue It in eerj sick room. Will keep the atmosphere pure and wholesome; reuiuving ail bail odors from any source. Will destroy all disease germ, infection from all fexers and all contagious diseases. The eminent phjs-cian, J. Marion Suns, M 1) Xew York. sajs: "I am convinced that Prof. Darhj's Propijloct.c Fluid is a most valuable disinfectant." Pawning Her lluy's Clothes for 3Iedicine. A poor woman in Wale, whose boy had been verj ill for several jear. had expend ed all of her mean to pay for medicine. At last the doctor gave him up and said be must die. He suffered so terribly vx ith Itheuiuatisiu that he could not be moved. One tlay some one told her alsiut the Mount Lebanon Shaker. The evideneeof the curative power of their Extract of K Kits was so convincing that sue pawneii the poor boj's clothing to buy a bottle of the remetlj (Siegel's syrup), but now she feels proud that she did so, for it wa the mesns of curing her son. The Shakers say this wa the result of Indigestion and that the medicine cured the Djspepsia, and tint the rheumatism wx onlj a jmptnin of the real disease. For coughs the Shaker Tar Capsules are stronglj n commended. iJ ALL HEABTStE rl( BEADTlSrWOIaAN. Vi l FHJ Wntohi tn-J. mamf If M l all ldai1snM-.Wplai-i '" k V Jt wUt WwUfiiL Cbampllna P-ss-adW aT liauid Pearl u u -- H W A awwtrkr,tififtTcta ir w raay-IJ . -. ' ' J ' -ws-aasss-as--awJ-.-w i - aswsssas. y-Sf-TTRs-xw " W fRoyALtiaat li li WlH"5 POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thi p..wilr ne er t irles A marrel of pu rity, -strength imt nhoifionDess. Aloreeco nomfrit thin the ordlnirr k,u. ami cannot be -JoM lu i-jmpftitiMii with tht- multttui.e of I test, hirt wijrht. ilnm or ph'-nphite powiiT -.M only in can KmyaL Baum .NpUT-rRfV ,iho m "trtet,e ork IVE FITTI A11E STILL TRIUMPH AT I For nfteen years theThavesteadllT gained In favor, and with sales constantly Increaslns haxe Deroroe tne most popular corset toroagn out the United States. Thellqjalltyls warrante-l to weartwleeas loi.L-as ordinary eoraets. We have lately In- tnsluccd the (8 and K-II gndeswlthextralonc waist, and wecan furnish them xx hen preferred. Highest awards from all the world's great fairs Tht list medal received is for first de- wjolincrtt.rrom tne laieeiposiuonneiaat S'ew Orleans. Vx bile scores of patents hare been found worthless, the principles of the lUnve-Flttlng have proved Invaluable. Retailers are authorized to refund money.lt. opon examination, these corsets do cot prove as eenresented. Forsaleeverywhere. CatalOi-uKefree on ap plication. TH0MS0X, LAMSD0X 4 CO., X. T. Duplex Corset Integrity of material and make, (lives suppleness, ease and elegince to the fonn. Can be depended 111-m for satUfoctory senrtce Warrantcd. Isold ererx where for One Dollar. Sara pie sent post-paid 011 receipt of price. BORTREE H'F'G. CO.. JACKSOM. MICH. EuY'S C. CREAM PALM CLEVNisESTlIE Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and In 111 in mitim. Hfals the Sure-,1 Restored tbc Senses ot Taste am! Smell. TKYTI1KCI'I.E.H A particle Is applied Into each nostril and ts ureesble. Price .V) cents at Druggists, try nail, roistered. Ml ets. RLT RROS.. Urn- iclitj. ."toiireenxxtchst ,. tork. SharpPcfms! Backacbe. RjienTnattim. Crtek. Bvxmtns, 3T cml- rU, Statctiea. Scjttica. ImsoBOU or Hip. XJda-T ACectton. 8c-a Cheatorp-ftla tamny part.lol ordftriAUd,qtilokl7coirba XLcpTlmtn I arpliM- Prepared from Bnrguiitty Pltoh CsMiadBa-garntodtltemwUctej Hops. Acta instantly. cura quickly. The graaV errrn4Tuinaiic planer erer lcno wn. stu rca-ay to appiy. aoia aj arans. ana cons , uxor vi uu Maiiea lor price. Hop Plaster If You Have !f o appetite. iBdltresitlon. rimtalcaec. Mlek Headsrbe. "all ran down," law lac flesh, jraa will Nad Ms Pills therstardyyoa need. Thr toaenp the weak fttomaen and build opiate triacsrlaa; enerales. sjofferersj "rtas mental or physical overs. 00k will Nad relief from them. "Steely sofai essated. SOLD EVERYWHERE. HUMPHREYS' S3. HUll?HHSTS' BOOS Cloth & Cold Binding III fie, WHS bul laf-wtv, ciUDFaca. lAArrm. T. O. K.1 SQ. 5 V. orrBiMarsi.ios. cunzs raict. ii FeTevs. 1'one.tion. lotlsrnmstiens .. -, IS orma. VX nna r ever. XX orni C olic . ' rving I'olle. or Teelhicic ot lnlaaU- .-J5 .25 .13 .11 . .2.1 .33 Ill senlerx , tinpisir, tliltou, Colic . (.aolers slorbus. omiuag ... t'unahs. Coltl. hroQchin .. sfenralgla. loothscha IsceacLs narniea. s euureDorAuiuw . neaeaenes. aict h,mmu ..mno HOMEOPATHIC ofiiT .3S M .33 .33 ..ie .30 ..SO .SO .30 i aTapr-siai- piiivim ewwexu leupprr.rl or PalnJ.tl Frriod. ... --.. !.. lC.I.A.1. .a.Sn.n.r. 13 l?ll mi lira. mx itoih renou ......... I rnun. Honrh. Ihtficnlt Brnvtbtrif .... alt llbrntn. I T'P Fruptioas.. Rhruiuatiim. lhumtic Pain ... tr-trr and gnr. I htl . Malaria..... nr. Klin-tor UtMsiin-r V'aiarrh. Intlai-nra. f Id in the Head htMiplnc "u4,h, tolcut runrts.. 15 I I' 3Ul I 2 111 4-irnrral lirntltlj ,icyicti ea&ceA9 37 Kidor- lll-ra- . - rrTOU llrltllil. . .! trlnat) ckn4-. wtitnirld .. jl-attrnif thfrtlrart. ralpitiin .1 ZS oo 30 SPECIFICS. boitl trr l)fiicf !! or snt ftntti(i on receipt of pnea tUSru.ik.a- XA.0lll3kl.lu. ltMlBiaa4.M.l. i 3 "itf-ttBlC frrsra m Ueko ltrvilalrssrtrsrcl1aas.rtC.i,tU,llTirf oul fisdlatrtrtiortsin XCs rar-i)ili-'it-lteS f s-l-rt-e,br tit OH KIT MmltMOU TltKATJIRirT. rU-slo-l lsvb seal lrr-. -shnl I t I"-., by Fsttharl WsslPsll. andnlart-d la MADE STRONG th hamjs of RcnTe-ts with InsiNtftMlh-m cfr!tm to all irtf-n. MAI ARSTONREMEDYCO l9PafdPUc.NtwVtt --sss-!?sgssi wssass wa. Tbe Creat i-.ftlh 1'reseHsU.sa Cures H'eal-nrst Apermafo-raea, itiio ue yntjsiteKcvaiidall Dis eases cau si ly self abuse or In discretion. Ore nacE-US SI. MI a-.' inyoaai lir man. xx rue ior rampniec. area Cltemleal Co., Detroit. Call on or address Theo. Tro-T..ciinfI aornar Main and Msrktt itreetl. SprlnilsU OMo.UolsAsest. riii res &m.r (ScrLEx) ISnmJK O1"--) MARK. WmwV " xrjBs&mk ncxjiw- r.aT. -tBssr clv-s mz JtM-&VS& ltawidTf!J2 KPz&m sttsMSTtVa-d- ray Vr u---l ay-E&vER m rnr mmm RAILROAD TIME CABD. Plttsburx. Cincinnati anil St Louts Rail, stay Company Fan llandl- Koute. Under schesluIeinelTtct September 2.3, 1&S7. trams leave bprinneM. central stand ard time, tor Xenia, Cincinnati anil Colum bus, 7:15 a. m., fur IMxtoti f'-lS a. m fur Xenia and Indianapolis 4 lu.-JO a. in., jor Xenia, Cincinnati. CmIuiiiciu', Indian apolis and Cliicico, 5 10 p. m ; for Xenia, Dayton and Ciiieinnati, tS5 p. in. trains arrive ut sptmua Id at 7:15 and 10-.'O a. m., 5 UU p. ui. ai d .1:40 p. m. Daily. tlall. except sundaj. SAM Doiibs, licketAfCent Oesnlaad, Volnmlina, Olnelnnatt aad laaMaaapolla Railway. uiw saar. 8 Nurht Kinresa t"ai a new lora jc uoston Eiiress- a uieseisaaa a.asi.rii a,x,ress i Sew York Limited attires OISS OCTH. 9 ntzbt CzDreea IM an . bpk . Lin. es. &t 5ja tun 1 Cln. yiTrtni-liuekese -iaxu. 23 Cincinnati Indianapolis Ktpresi-.11.00 an a -ieTeiana4eincinn-.il tiyreos IJCiLax ClntlInd..bt.Loaltivaii. Ki 'l-lipm atiixt rtoa e.st. 9 Muht Etpress a3)ara 1 Clu rlflnicKuekeye "T-.'.am J Cleveland Cincinnati Kxpiess loopm vewurk.l!.tin.tciiuiiiiati ti 'iSypm aaaira raoa soctb. Hlflht KxDreAS "ISm a Dayton, Springfield Aecom. trt 85 sa la new xura a ioskou iiuiLt-u u. 1 Cursuana m kasteru l.pre, . .eel i ta Ih ctneli-natt A sprtnKSela Aece-m. ..j tm 11 Sew lork Umitett Ktpress .vna jo.unxj rnrpn-rps'eepetstu ew 1 era aid Boston without chawce. rsu. t Is ti. i.uju limited express, eom aosed entirely ot t'eepexi. east nt Cleseland. rhroattri sleepers fro-n rJptlOKSeid. XiXm Haw tork In A.H Lours and Boston Is 34H boors. Q. n.KSIQHT, -. ...--... s.Xw -1S-.OV AxeSt, D.B.MARTIN. iSrcadoUepot. Q. P. A. bprlEaeld. 0. M. T, Pens. Oh lo K. 3. All trains runoi Central time 25 mlaates llower tban city time. TtUUSLKaTE goiso xasr. So. 4. 5ew York Limited, dally 10-"3 a. m. " 2. Accom .dallyeiceptbuuilay. 3jJp.m. So. lO.Up.ra. " 12. Atlantic Lt dally iloa-m. raaiss LaaTi goixo ts.t. So. 3. Ctn. St. Louis Kx.. diily 2.10 a. m 1. Aeeocudallyexcept tnnlayJ0-t-7a.m. " 5. St. Louis fcz.. daily i J9 p. m. No. 4 tiaa sleepers, but no cbanice ot cars In either caM ttirourb to New V. or., "vo. 5 has throat h sieepers to fct. Louis Free back to trains to all points east ot. and Inclndlnc north Lesrltbur;. For tickets to all points and farther lntor aatton.ealloa J.D. Phliosb. Aztnt.Ti Arcade. Telephone call SIO. Indiana. Bloomlnsrton and Western Rail way. ssxits rxoa tokth. 1 Cincinnati Kipress 1 0O a m i Sandusky and Sprlnirrield Ex !5am J Columbus .Mall IJJnm aaaira ranif aasr. I Nlsbt Etpress . .lisam . 6-am V Chicago, St. L. h Kan. City llm 7 banduskyMall 1 Chicago. St. L.X Kan. City Ex akeiti rauu WIST. 2 Eastern Express , 1035 am . 305 pm .120ara . viSim . 425pm . 1 tl a ra . 10 15 a m . 5 p Atlantic iau.. I New xork Limited Dirarr goiso soaTR. 2 Lakeside Express- Put-In Bay Express 5 Sprtn.aeld and iacclusky Lx Dtrsar goiso xsar. 1 Columbus Express. . 'IKiia Atlantic 3Iail . Jin Columbus ccommodatlon. . 60m S New York Limited 435 205 7Ws SiSpo DiratT Gotss srtsr. t Nltht Emress . i Chicago, at. L. A Kan City 11 3 Chicago, ot. L. A Kan. City Ex. Ot-to sinnttiern KAUronil. SStlTB rtos SOCTH. 3 Balnbrldf s Accemmodatlon , ,. ,. 1 Mall and fcjpress ,. 9 Warn 430pm OirsET COISG SOCTU. 2 Mall and Express 1025 a m 4 Balnbrtdte Aceoramodatljii S5or All trains marked run dally; all n'hers dally except Sunday, standard time, which It minutes slower than spr nzleld city time WM. HEFFhhMsN. D. II. ROCHE. Tle.et Atcnt tleneral Aeent I 'Judicious AostRTisma istmi HtsrroMC to aueeiss.- ThC H. P. HUBBARD CO.. I juoiciousAoKCimsiiiaActirt-ano a rtuTS. DtsisNtss. cns-iav laaano CixcTsoTtrtss. Htw Havtis. Cowa. I lxswsrtPrlcsscXinslstentwtth J rirsx ciasa aersiGo. I aoes'Suisoo--oetsr.aJ SISSMMM SCI.T I.IITO mo T MlniassstMSvsiss ! (M.. -. w .- Con.s.eo.as.sa Soeicrrc. tSSSS U.SS - awT. k.. Ssi-ss. ,.-s aaitao ntt. "'a-sT! . a.. "Howt. t t Ours Kemoswa Tan. Sunburn. l Baa Sttnss, Otoa qulto and All Insact Cites. rrsruti, elotcbi-3. ITnssfirt. TSVTn vr t, stad s-rsiT tbrxa of la itlawtitss, ts -t aiy c 1 eo ta. -aoss d-tt t aas wua-mt Isastar a scar, by " -M ,Stt rtnrtr?;- Iis SSetat, JOets. d t ascrasstsoi ofd7 . s I oaw. r-ssr irfn-itrn.i nnn. Hf.II-.l.rri, BJiwr-s UparJoabasenosqaal. &e. I'ol sal. by all tfprlntifielrt Xfr'i.atsla s s - I i I I ii ' I WAHT AGENTS sIPl MISSOURI STEAK WASHER. To mm aart wKe of tiv .7tl aMiur. n?-'a profitabla est torant Jv- (I Ttrma will bo lT-t ---- .. .. , haus" uri ss-j-vr w 8ainot-flantn- tw.i weeks trial on liberal tfrrnc. to bo rem turned at my $609to lurneaat my cixpensaii not s.-.t.sfoctory- , "v jrr 1-1 ., r4.- 1 IT 4TC t- nt. sthl fi ldaitr.3a rr TotrlcHA lr!i mallra It a t h-norclBI tcfa p-errwh-v- Itl-4-!r:Mcirra-ar-n1 t-Mm-jfrces, J,W0pnHSCiCH'Pt(J7i3rnKLntc Sr.LonsS. CW-Om1 .I.rBrt fi t imw far : .? e--i w w-f-rtlk L-anaa-v.- aWj-rOcUr. tir--oX::I.P MARLIN REPEATING RIFLE Quar- BB. SEST IN THI ""--". 7 -"mW WORLD I ijauwxuauy uiuaBau lately sa.. Mad. In a alaes io.ivf.wi BALLARD C.IUrr. R.atla. -a Ts R e Sr-a r.e inastrMeSI rasal. MrtlaT-lr. ,wII.scb,CI. TH HW OttFARTtmC , LiraoiMlfwiia yiTTn auuu a mtvi-ik ru-jn p towing race rot. i--ik" kiabatactlal and bandaome. Iraetllntliebe.t BaaJa an4 I Orcbestraa. Cnfqaa. eJ for I tone, iarpasa alt other In I ftsfari -Oil aoFN-arancc If I nearest aloalo dealer does Isoc keep ibcm. writs to tu lor Ilio-traied CaUIoffne. A HCALT, Ohloaso IIU kiiDexier. FREE TO ALL My2t nruroMasrnetlr Jonrnat. n the largest in the wori I, win be can be obtained by calllnic at my otlice. Journal contains bandreds of letters from pa tients that I hare cured. Send !ne name and address nn postal ardvfjxMr rrtaa ttm. I tmi m- n ll. .11 St.i.-. C-mmIUIivB rr.. ! ., .m. .a , win m.n ua .inir.M ojmcB.uw. i-orntTH trr- ciKcunr axx, cv til 0cl. ttt t I .- J fli.? . I a-Msyi,! UXJ.t-as a---... :LRPiivr.n.- Cfc-tl-v- -f t-rrr ttn-- puLX - BJw r amntt t tt!iE k (ii.t-.Cve -4m A.L-JITli FOUNTAIN BRANDS FINE CUT AND PLUO. inoofnctarmbly tha Bwt. f.5-VIto. ML) fflmm ra"-awHFlta!'!r4E-3S ii KtQU BCan fa S MB -laaat Stnoar-. ffH Mf-AxfjI-a tfca K-t :-Ts?SU.'sXBr-t-. m'miii,iiA'iiistABff -. --- . . . -aiiavtairsagwrf-. --WM sxtfc-'-. ."a .v.-i-, i)l a-Ji--i--i-M 1 1 ii I rilTh ii 1 VTi iiil 4'i n i - . " saB?