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5leu IMiMTalure.39a above aero. Temperature
of same date In isss, 36. Temperature ol same
d te In 1SS2, 25'. Temperature o( Mm date In
ISM. 2J .
Wentlier ICrpnrt fur IlHimW, 1884.
The average temperature of th month wae 2s.9
tv. ha I three cle.r aod seventeen fair day Haln
has fallen on four days and inov on sev.n.
Amount of loowfall W, inchee. Amount of rain
fall and snow-water, 3. T-IO'llnchee. The rangeof
temperature w.s from 14 below to M ahor aero.
The ground is now free trout mow.
A record of the Tear 1881 ai kept at 6prlnflld.
Ohio, hr Jonas Drury:
The year has been a fruitful one. All kinds of
crstn.corn, potatoes and vegetables hare been
abundant, and all kind of fruit haa yl.ldel
abundantly, except peaches and cherries. And
whl e our lani has It-en free front epidemic, we
hare hid a llheral shire of tornadoes, which hare
been tery dc.Inictire to Hie and property.
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Hprlngfield Accom ' f :8 a
BprlDgneld A ClncinrauEiTaT" S1" "
Cm. 4 Indlanapoll. Expreiif""- i?5,,n
ClucltinaU Faat Llne..VT!r i'S am
Uaiton.Piii . t r r- ?-Pm
Southern Eipresa ' ' ".. - l"1
CHILDRENS' CLOAKS $1.50 UP
LADIES' CLOAKS $2.50 UP
MURPHY & BROi,
TIMX VXrJJtTMSt, T .V".
Extremes of te miteratum In 1R1- fi tln.
1 ItKT "" kxtreinesof tempeiaturp In 1833:
below to 92 alove aero. Kxtreinra of tempera
ture In ISS2. M' below to 9-0 alore aro. Ea
tremea of Uuiperature In 1SS1: 10J below to 102
opte ro- t-alreTies of temperature In 1S0: 3
,1-elow to 9C above z ra
The New Year was fired id last night with
. Tdrious fowjer eijloaion?, prompllj at 12
TK market this moruinr; had & rather
ijiall attendance. People cannot afford to
ay prorisions and eppnop the fame daj.
Mi3.es Laura Wallace, JUrj Anderson and
"Mr. Wilber F. Dries, of Xenh, were the
Cheats of fiiends in this city New Year's
We wer rather surprised to see Mr. James
Foley on the street this morning. Jim,' it
will be remembered, was married a conple ot
The "Happy New Year" message in all
conceivable designs, and representing all
trades, as well as the softer sentiment, bar
den the mails to-day.
The geopraphcrs stated that the principal
occupations of the peoplejf Ohio are tarm-
ing, manufacturing, etc this ig wron?. The
;? principal occupation of th? people of Ohio
The fellows who wee out the latest last
phi are-tbe rnoiretrsin1ouaesT In "swears
:p off" this morning, aid they will be the
.rtt to come around day ter to-morrow and
,aj-H wa3 all a joke.
'a remarked how rfdy the workmen's
?t 7 at the machineops is to burst into
tpintaneouEly. p old pair of oreralls
near cau-ing (conflagration at the
pion shops one y this week.
Baron of Itnns, Lnni an4rnnce
for 1881 Total Amount or.) S31,.
395; ir Inanraaes H,39jJ a.oaa
From Fire S7,0t. U
While the record show somerese of
lost'trom fires ovw 18S3, dortje pajt
year, it is much lip than In for Tears,
and the work of lU S. F. D , iifwhol,
hs been of a charaofr to maintajj repu
tation for effiaencT.5The hearier II have.
in every case, beent points 'on' oute
limits where the brning" struc we
comparatively beyoi the reachiiihe de
partment for effectrtt work. suchie Ga-
son residence, the T bridge," F?s barn
and Lohnej's flajphler boustWithin
the old city hmS the lossU len
kept at a minimunjind was fullytred by
insurance, thanks I a pleutinilpply of
water on all occasies, and a better wleige
of the system of iter-works, fre has
been, on the Jrt of the i, the
same energy, aiFity and leajoupled
in most cases witWood judgment! ie total
number of runs y by the depaint on
call was, for the fr, 5C, of whichlo was
by mistake for aIice patrol boi.'ij. each
month nins wejtusdeas folloarstnuary,
three, 3, 6 andJl; February, thr23, 25
and 29; March.lie, the 7th; Apriljur, 7,
10, 17 and 25; IX, five, 6, 7, 8, 21 d 10;
June, fosr, 2, 2J23 and 27; July, si, 13,
14, 19, 20, 21, fand 25; August, n 1,6,
12, 20, 23, 21(25, 27 and 28; SepaUr.
seTen, 8, 10, 116, 17. 2Gand28; fcber,
five, 4, 7. 9, locd 21; November, rj, 5
and 6; Decern!, sir, 1, 2, 10, 16, 25d2G
Number of.' from each signal bcrere
as follows: & six, 2; seven, 3; eij, 7;
niieen, 2; sissmeen, 3; nventy-oo 5;
twenty-six, "jftwenty-sevea, 2; thirtfvo,
3; thirty-fou;; thirty-seven, 2; fortjne,
2; forty-twai; fortj-si:, 3., forty-ftnii.
finy-three, 3-boxes 9, 23, 29, 35, 36, 3-!
nd"0l, one tfh; by telephone, one. Tre
were tweutr4Jne fires which caused lie
than sliphLst merely nominal, loss, iiof
. - .
will stand ready to contribute her foil share
to the people of this city, as she did before.
You know our people gave $2,500 the last
Mr. Bi.shnell says be don't know what Mr.
Keifer's plans are for the future, but he "be
lieves that Mr. Keiter stands ready to serve
the people in any capacity cr position where
hia services may be asked."
Thf AlcnTlnt nnaill..
W1JXW,. :... :u. ...... ..
t mulama? SI '" '" i""1" "'conoiic
them. Tb.si,allWf'he " "" in
bolster patients urifoVLe:, fcu1 things may
them wnrse 1.i JrHi2 wbi,e. bt leave
suUide. If peonle-ie,n oSSL s.,"n"1"8
FtimuUnta it m.ou;..l. .7rJlccI1011C I
.... .. Mjia,w UlllUbriiliraa Ba.
. Y. lloaton i.xpre5T"''" "
Cln. A Delaware KxpieM' ' '
5, .V; 'i .:u -ccom
ntu XrriT rrai Int.
3ntliern 1. ......... . .
lantbua. Del.VaVrd.Tr.TV. 'Fm
12-1 a re
undattr-lu Uie only c
"'U ICaiiM. . ..
Clet eland, TOuneeiS,!'" jparJo carte
All trains run lt rj?tnn-'
which i.siuunutei tow'ffi"" Tim-
FULTON & HYPES.
THE COLOMBO SCHOOL.
ie force connecteevith the patrol wagon
b-ea kept bzsy lely. The boys, by
l gentlemanly miers and courteous" de-
anor have becoirpenenil favorites', and
,ny people in tniaJty make it a point to
s'-onue no conveyce but theirs.'
Some of the goeop!e of this city who
.ve an itch to seeeir names in print, and
ronder why their y doings arc not chron
cled in this paper.ould remember that the
xotto of this oIHc, "If you 'cannot speak
we'd of your neigfcs don't speak at all."
The Ohio Sutturnal says that John T.
(orris was warn Wednesday, to leave
smiUville in fitti minutes lie moved to
amend by makiit fifteen days and the
Ijjjijng mintrs,J eent the warning, ac
cepted the amenrit. Norris will be apt
o leave when liiiployers notify him they
have no further rlor his services in that
Tbe Orange Ci'lorida, Times of Decem
ber 27, has thefting: "Mr M. Lent, who
recently came Wprinpficld, Ohio, to this
these six caacl a loss of $1,000 and uprd,
not includicglbe C, C. C. k I. bridge, ch
was entirely haccessible to the departct, 1
loss on waicn raieu ni ijo.uuu. ibettst
were the Ciatoa residence, out Clifton 5et,
$10,000; theiStrock i Kizer planinjjll,
$J,000; GrubYi building. Main and 3Fcj
streets, $1,500; Foster's barn, $130'
Lohnes's slaughter house, $1,000; Schmtt
Cramer's cracker factory, $1,500. The'ml
loss for ihe year is placed at $21,395. 5il
in'nrance, $14,393. Net lo.-s, $7,002. f
Causes were as follows: Defective ft or
grate, 1 4 ; incendiary, 8 ; gasoline explosia or
spilling over, 5; explosion orspontaueouen
bustion, 3; unknown, 12; lamp, 2,Jrer
heating, 2; cooling range, by mistakepco
motive fpirk, boys playing with mates,
match droppeain a clothe-basket, overbted
stack, sparks from stack, window curin in
gas flame, ketus boiling over, one each?
At the close the year, after a Iongnjd
of service. Chief Wm. Moore, jr., retire! and
A Springfield Delegation Valla on the Gov
ernor to IIitveThean Abolished A Re
commendation to be Made In the Annual
A committee of prominent colored men
'rom Springfield, consisting ot Xesrs. James
Buford, W. H. Dickon, W. S. Newlierry and
Graham Deiiwell, called upon Gov. Ihiadly
yesterday and presented him a petition on
behalf of the Springfield colored people.
to recommend, in bis annual mes.ipe
to the Legislature the repeal ol sec- !
tion 4008, B, S., which cktbc3 kwds
of education with the power to create
separate school districts and erect sepaiate
school-houses for colored children. The
colored people of the State consider them
selves imposed upen where these separate
schools are established, the greatest trouble
being in the southern part of the State, and
want the law repealed. In Springfield, they
say, there is a separate school bouse, having
a seating capacity of about 400, but com
pelled to accommodate 1,000 pupil', thit
number being enrolled. There are but nine
teachers in the building, and, in one room
alone 125 pupils areenrolled.f The building
is not centrally located, wbik the children
are compelled in some case to walk two
miles to school, passing tbrej school houses
on the way. Mr. Newberryw of the commit
tee, has an 8-year-old son wjowas not strong
and who Lad to walk ttelre squares to
school, although a thool building
I.i1 inat aornna tW slss.t f.nin hta
FULTON & HYPES
PI CPANTunnnAv nicm iv
Remember that Brown's Iron Bitter?"?: Ran aW ! VI fl 1 ! Uf I J OaT LII I
an alcoholic drink. It is the onlv reliaWftf . ,.,. " U mmr
Ids up fS."".S5Dw'e7 '"-lsli n. Seal SUi, ami Fur rn.. the , pi.ii--
5"'S5.IfJS'lV",.la'e?.." C?B. 'erXpck Wear-Beantirni i :-."
iltaaoiiunn. llk nml 'hno u.ai .- . """f
Scarf riiis. Efe. PI ., .....' ""'"tuj.viiii
kerrtleft. 'sn, Ciiv SKSEr'!.y"'rimur:
-TPTrT-rSi """"'"i t,c- ii-' kic.
. " 00 l-I t r 1-.: i
ST 3vr.TTsr '
house. At last Mr. Newberry succeeded, by
obtaining a physician's cerlficate of his son's
inability to go so far, in obhining his admis
sion into the nearer buildilf. The school
board has been petitioned again and again to
abolish the colored school r to erect another
buildinp, but all to no avail. Last year a
bill to repeal the section providing for sepa
rate schools was introduce! into the Legisla
ture, but was defeated by the Democratic
Hou-e. Governor Hcsily yesterday ex
pressed himself as in sympathy with the col
ored people, and said he would recommend
In his message the repeal of the obnoxious
section. Columbus Journal, Jan. 1.
,..,,-. -wuu ui huh eTer maue. it builds up
.c s.,aiCU1, runcues me blood and invigor
ates the stomach.
A tlrent liiscoverr.
Mrs. Emma Clark's Hair Restorer removes
dandruff from the 3 alp and renders it per
fectly healthy. It will cure all diseases of
the solp, hIso cure neuralgia headiche, ner
vous heartache and removes pimples from the
face, retores trrav limr in ,t ,...,.i -...!.
uu prouuees n luxur ant growth of the hiir.
Thu preparation i perfectly free from pois
onous drucs. Satia-sclioa guaranteed or
money refunded. This IIir U.atr.., ,. ,..o
pared and sold by Mrs. Emma CUrk, South'
vuiimatwu. viaric rnnni-Tr llli n - l, -
thorized agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
tnal. I rice 75 cents and $1.00 per bottle.
,, " bj Ad- BlIhHUS i Co , Druggists,
23 East Main street, and II. II. Wolfe, corner
Market and High streets.
Mary Qjeen of Scots, was nn unfortunate
monarch hit. .!.. .
, , .uc,c urr pieniy or untortunale
people in this ace who dily see their hea'th
ebbing awiy ad their very livej imperiled.
Iet them take hiart l,nr.r an ;. . ... .
ilishler j Herb Bitle.s is the sheet anchor ot
tbeir hope. It ,s known to l infallible as a
cure for dyspepsia, indigestion, liver com
plaint", all diseases of the kidneys, stomach
and bowel., Rnd as a blood pun6er and tonic
c,u- , is admittedly without a rival.
It performs wonders. Give it a trial.
"Athlophoros has cured my wife of rheu
matism when nil other remedies and the doc
tors failed." Rer. E.N. Seelye, New Haven,
Lives of PAIKI I
is succeeded byi. W. Simp--on, as chii
Captain AaaHlushnell "Intervlewtl"at
Captain Asig. Bushnell, of this cif, tus
discovere.1 Uebesday in Cincinnati br a
Uat of TJtttera
2emsining in the Springfield, Clark county,
Ohio, Postoffice, December 29, 1884.
atrGoire, Miss Hannah
McKitlerick. J D
McElroy, Wm (2)
Moore, J H
ivant, L K
froker. Will Down
W Liberty st
Rmfelt, Martin G
Btrd, Frank - Mason, Mrs Bessie
v,ay, iiiss iiaggte Hilton, Wm A
place is engapiruite extensively in Kar- , n" 7 . J, D1.,'")f 45'
' . , , ' b J moustache, bnet. keen blue evea
dening. Gardejcan be made a source ot styliEh plu'g h&$ w wuEj
profit, and we pj for jir i. goo
turns from bis einent." The same issue
notes Mr. LratTtjon. as Superintendent
if the Coneregaj Sunday school at Or-
TasI night the, and 01, store of Jake
iulf.oa Main st. of Factorj.( wag
ured by two t doubt,a, ,ookiDK
ps. While one m kept the atttnll.
It busy in one otbtt Upped lhe m
i $4 or $5, an escape(J Foev &
ilhcimanf l"?n East Mate ilreet
centered by bu -n fron, door'
,-e oney-drawerlcarried Krosslh;
pet, emptied of. 1m iu ch M(1
1 revolver, and tbenV , . .
1 ' . I . . , n over a fence into
i-nk Fxsher s back , :., j
, vnere it was found.
.ie three men above 1 . . ,
. - , . nea were "work
" the WesfEnd tb. .....
. ly last night on
1 sneak pl. bat, Kj aow ed
,lbout further sucxes3herejmteJ
: Grand Ojra
Tony Leniers famous . . . ,
. - . -..PIT Damply
lspeciallr troupe willf
t ' iwo ptrrorm-
XS at tbe Grand next !
F . . , , . ty afternoon
1 evening, me toieuu
tarkably seldom that a V
finake u-e of as eulogist.
pee to a public penon
is with ref
t . .
, .alter u uas
n presented, as be marf , , , .
L t. . . ",-ndulged in
he. But with repect ,, .
' .- "Humpty
.'irsr :,.:.; "
t done it
Oirta House, it may trt
neither pre-s notices,.
Jibills, nor fltming poster
M net rf .lia ftimlYlfn
. , . , the en-
ir inment have bad sr-ecial t .
. t 1. . t. . ..1? to .he
ons trom which it has tak
- m name
- ?Hnmpty Dampty paai
ict is t lat part ot the pert
ss than a third ot the ef , .
-v- r . -and is
ft uiation of the gencn
"Jnjuyable of tbe Ie4ture3e;c, ' e
- Worded, though in tbeliPnSe"
' iibas never been exceaen,c"
, i was of the variety otd feC"
Lest ot tbe kind evert
representatives! the Post, which
scribes bin as allows:
Two well kwn Cincinnati carriagfmin
ufacturers, L Eu.ersou and D M. ScUer,
stood in the ode of the Burnet House wlen
a handsome, bj-et min of 45, wi zav
av rat an
ion, a up uo approached them femthe
dining-room. lr. Emerson gnsped tfe hnd
of the new-con-CordiaIy, and theatuned
to his companies
"Mr. Sechletflllow me t0 presenlyrt to
iue next uj.eraj ot un,o jr A a,h.
nell, of Spring 0."
Tbe bandsomisMr, i.nphed. and mled:
"No; I'm notliajluicg n0jv.. tae ppe 0f
umo eiccieu nm orle office that oiPesi
dentiaf elector, a I went over tp Cousbus
and cast my Tffor Blaine; andfnsat-
The Post man in struck the Captin and
the results are stitei by the piper altdd to,
Then catching ijbtof The EvenagPost
emissary, the Spctpftid ailhonain minu
facturer extendee. hi hand, still Jmlinp.
with: j j
"Glad to see yoj, tf boT; of cars; you
d0.D,i,.Waatt0 prnv'hat these gottmen
"Certainly not, bEince J0U matia ;,
who t to be the maiy-mor of Uio'"
"J. B Foraker.j. Foraker,ecaue T
am a Foraker man;,,t jun n hras
ap-ingfield is concern, at Ieast te rinp
elections have mort, 0Q ouruUBtion
than the Sute Ooanson. and &l that I3
gocxl ways off, it saBuch U3e fc .KdIct
who win be tne nen,,
"Are you a candist"
"No, indeed, I aa . ..
"What effect h k nerat jy
success upon the tE3 of malu(,ctar.
-It has decidedly,reS3i the
Republican policy teltedb n b
leaders and well kas,, ,he '. whl,e
no one know, wh ikIatIJma ',ow be
pushed through, to, Q, man.
utacturing interest aQ lIncer)rfntva3
,o our future pc licymmerUlll ,uest;on9
is a bad thing ior aaj,cture3 ..
Tbe following-ai. of ,he
account of the "iu a e3peaal
interest and imports
-Has Spnagfieldt ,ban hare
of ,vIen!5.P 3 "Workmen 7"
"Decidedly not; tkare but f more
idlers in our city nonon In
working 600 men, is oaI 50 ghort
?f tbe number enph Tfcere
isthinglikeabii wnnt of
su(cient clothiDiilj, and there fa no
mwu "J -"" --Tcl better fare ot its
r .Tiilt . I
Clrk, Semantha E
Caroll, George T
Dais, Mrs Mattie
Dsn, Jlisi Daisy
Fose r, J R
Fartuar, W C
Freinan, Byron (t)
noser, jonn w
Moon, Wm M
Jforton, Miss Isabel
Potter, J M
Penn, Natl an
Riley, Lee W
Roberts, Mrs S P
Gassilatt&Sturgess Ryan, William
(.reo, Misa Flora. Reeks, Mrs Dlly
runaeoauge, U B
A Gieat burpriao
Js in store tor all who use Kemp's Balsam
for the throat and lungs, the great guaran
teed remedy. Would you believe that it i
-ssMwtts'-sr-nmtira-that e-ich druggist is
anthonied to refund yVur money by the Pro
prietor of this wonderful remedy If it fails to
lurejour Lir. 1. j. ua'per, Druggist, has se
cured the agen:y for it. Price 50c and $l.
l'oslttve Cure for Piles.
To the people ot this County we would say
we have been given the Agency of Dr. Mar
chisi's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically
gusranteed to Cnr or money refunded In
ternal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching
Piles. Price 50 Cents a Box. No Cure, No
Pay. For sale by Charles Ludlow, Druggist.
Pain from indigestion, dyspepsia, and too
hearty eating is relieved at once br takint:
..,.- ..t '-.... t :..- t t ..... J ,
vut m voiici 3 untie j.iver riiis immediate
ly after dinner. Doa't foreet thi.
Couuhs. Colds and sore 1 hroat yield read
ily to B. H. Douglass & Sons' Capsicum
Cough Drop'. 3
Tbe greatest loe ot the American people is
consumption; its victims number manr
thou-ands each year. Puysicians and drug
gists hjve at last tound a remedy which they
itei jusuneu in recommending. This is Ur.
Bigelow's Potlive Cure, which cures con
sumption in stages that other remedies are of
no benefit. It cures cough, colds and all
throat and lung di-ea:e3 speedily and safely;
Price, 50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free.
Theo. Troupe A Co.
KUKI7aiATIS.lI und NEUHAI.GIA have
long enonjjh run riot In the human
Ttey have tormented the humin famny and
dafied the medical faenlry 1 from time oat of memoir
tbey bar oorrupted the blood, demoralized tha Joints,
exad the ncrvea, aKOnlze.1 tha musdaa and ntxwd
tha brala with wearytnc 1 am.
"ATBtorBonos" b tho enemy of Rheuma
tism and Neuralgia, rei'am Oi.r damairaa, niuwi
the blood, aaaea the Joints, calms the nerrea, aooth-"a
tha musclea, atvea rest and peac to the trouhkd
brain, and aasu-M delighlf ul sleep.
" ATnxorBOKos" la a rew remedy, trat It has
been abnnaantlj trlod. From far and near coma tea.
Umonlala from well known pereona who hid tour
been sufferers. It has turned their disease out It
haa cnied them. ThatlsalL and that iaenouirh.
"ATHLornortos" cn do for you whst
it has done for thce sufferers. It can
driv e out your Rheumatism and Neuralgia,
and will do so if j ou gn e it a fair trial.
"ATSLoraoRoa" has by H1I3 time had such a
rood trial all oer the countrj that its true work la
known, and Its true, character 1 roved.
"ATHLorHOROa" means "Prtze-Bcarer;"
"Tictor." "Conunercr" Itcarrleaoa'theprUeas
vicTOB over me stacks of thwe terrible malaaiea.
aao-coNTjcXSoB ot tne InKhtToI airomea-ilieir rlc
Uaia aave endured. Not a mere temporary retef,
out a parmaneat, an Jurina-. and tnumihant cure.
1 r you cannot get AnrLornoRO o f your drug
gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ot
regular price one dollj r per bottle. We preter
that you buy it from your drusg1t, but If ho
hasnt it, do not be jfrunded to try something
else, but order at once froji us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Genuine Yougfciv.,, .
the Office orj:H.h.?.nY Coal st
141 South Limestoil.ck & Bro.,
PAUL A. STALJBff
ATTORNEY AT LAVT
and Jleclianical Expert.
Patent liualnesa Kxclualrel jr. Patent So.
Helled, lloom s. Arcade Ilolliiioc.
B- J'-.vL." irSK- . -Jfraei
".TK1 parity tr,p BLOCO, rem
Ute 1 tbe LI VCJl and KtCfirTS.
und VIGOR of ICOIH. irjj
ripn.'.. w n fr Ann-... r
.1 T. - .'"(r".ic. ,1.
:"on, i.itk cr Etrenra:,
I Tired, ecllnpali.nlut.lv
cured. rioMca, tuusclcs and
Enlivens tha mind and
A re n SSTStTn supplies Ural t power.
tffi3lSE" 55 ffnuerlnfrtrom ccmpta'nt
f ? LsSJ-t nllarlohieir Sex will
aid In IT3. HAi:TE2-aiitCS TCWIO a rai. in
f'edr cere, l.lres a clear, f nlll.y cowp'ejo.i
irequent attempts at concterf.'tlnc ortraii
o tliepoplariiroi'tiio orltcal. Do not expei
Jicnt feltho Oiigcai, ADUr3T.
CSendjoorsddrto'iheIr risrter'MeJ tTe-
stlonls. Uo,fjr oar-BXIiAM IO;JI."r
fli',f 'vet jj nfar tr -. rwi
f H PASSEN6EB THUIS 9
Uaily tach wav. w
cliningca,eBping and. Re
And E'jant Modern C&lual.
Steel Bails filler PlatSKL
Coupleii. Air UrakiK nivan(t
Shorleat nn.l 3rut He.!r,ble Boat, B.
to all arliicipai Point.
Particular adrantairea iffared to Western r.t
reached by any line. pomus
lo."""0" lrjia' 1,aT' sP',0a'J. 0 a f-ol-
riS5 1l '.'' -?.i- "- U-3i m-. P. m.
l o.n iouth. (I. . 1 ii, ia3ia. mCstp. na.
C. i. UVudersou, U. 31. Jtron.ou.
uerj-i jian.ffer. e-iITIj.v. -
Bfek Headache and relieve all the trouble ted.
dent to a buioo atxte of the system, such as Dis
zineea, Naiaea, Drowainoss, Dlitreaa after eatlnr.
Pain In the Side, Ac While their most remarle
able aooccu hat been (hows la coring;
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
TVm. II. OSAia, lUxaaut 21. aajfr.
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
Ne.1 (except Snndavl.
He, , (except Sundajl -
Gray Mrs Julia''
Ilens,ey, Airs May
Hazlejgg, Francis M
Harriso, Miss Joie
HaseU Miss Kitty
iiaiaiu Mm ma
Jones, l-9 pranl
Schneider, Mrs Lena
Smith, Miss Mary
Shaffer, Mrs Katy
Woodsum Machine Co
Warner. C W
Wiles, Perry i Son
Dale, MisslaDche Lee. Mrs Theorlom If
Moore, Mrs M E
Roberts, S P
Hall, Chas, box 8.
Persons ca (or the.e ,etter3 win ,
say advert..," and give date ot li-n. If not
rt!i ie moutn thef w' e t
the Dead Len Office.
Letters maibe directed to street and num
ber in order t aTe ,hem promptly and cor
rectly deli vert. r '
J Jonx A. Siiipjiav, P. M.
The best ojegrthg,, tru,rbe EaM of
Griggs GlycerJ,SalTe wbice ,3 a g Eafe
and speedy ct, for Cute, braises, scalJ.,
burn-, wounds, -,d a, other fQre, w,
positivelv cure t telter Md , skm
lions. Try thisteder bcaler Sdtls,acli(n
guaranteed or avfJr refllndfd. 0ay 25
cent!- t0 l'T Vo. Troupe k Co.
CaihoUcon, a F.rft, Rcmfd to ,. Fe.
male Diseases, snd. ovn troubieg in.
flammation and uL,,, ,aiD and 'dis.
placements or beatt d Ml j .
bmties, Urrenn.rageof nte. leueorb,
besides many weak springing from tbe
above, like headach,,,,,, x weak.
ibould have, an- I to
thr UU t f)h, faMf. Sprm.ld J pampblt,'lxa,. Fo
nesses, sleeplessness, Vvou, debility, palpi-
ii t n r Aso P61 bottle. Send
Dr J B Marcfca, ,.&, . T, for
Are now on sale to Philadelphia and New
Vork. via Washington, at all coupon ticket
offices of the Pan-Handle Route. Passengers
for these cities will be pleased to know this
j and will avail themselves of the advantage
in travel thus ollerrd by this popular rout?,
and will purchase tickets accordingly. This
is the only line that sells throijh tickets to
New York via Baltirroie, Washington and
PhilaJelphia, permitting stop-overs at the
above named point".
stop That Ctiiglt.
Dr. Marchisi's Rock Candy Cough Cure,
warranted to cure or money refunded, coughs,
colds, hoarseness, throit and lunif trouble;
also good for children. Rock Cand Couch
I Cure contains the healing properties ot pure
I white rock candy, with extracts ol roots and
herbs. Only 25 cents. Large bottles $1,
cheapest to buy. For sale bv Chas. Luolow.
Words of Wnrnlujr. nnd ejomfort.
'If you are sutferingfrom poor health or
languish on -i bed of siikness, take cheer
, it you are simply t ilinir, rr if you feel
weak and dispirited,
'In whv. lit p-hitters
will surely ure you.
If you are a minister, and
haveovertaste 1 yourself with your
pastoral duties or a mother, worn out
with cirean I worL or a man of liu-ine.sor
labor, weakened t.y lhe straina of your everyday du
ties r a in.nof 1 t .rstoi ingover your midnight
work. Hop lluters will most surely strengthen you.
If you are suffering fiotn over-eating or
dnukinp, acy indiscretion or dissipation, or
are young and growing too fast, as is often
"Or if you are In the workshop, on the
arm.at thedtsk, anrwhere.and feel
that our s)tem needs cleansing, ton
'niir, or stimulating, without intoxi
Vatin?, if !ou aieolj,
'blool thin and impure, r.u1se
feeble, nerves unsteady, faculties
waning. Hop hitter 1 what vou need t
;irc you new life, health and vigor."
If you are costive, or dvspeptlc or suffer
ing Irum any other of the numerous dis
eases of the stomach or bowels, it is your
own fault If vou remain Ul. If
vou ar- wastlrg away with any form
of KUrey disfase, stop tempting death this
moment, and turn for a cure to Hop Ititters.
If you are sick with thit terrible sickness.
Nervousness, you will Snda'-Balm inGilead"
in Hop Bitters.
If you are a frequenter, or a reMleit of,
a miasmatic uistnet, barricade your sya-
tem atriinst the scourge of all countries
MaUrii, KpiJeiulc, lliilous and Inter-
mitlent i evrrs by Ihe use Hop Bitten.
A Lndy'a Wish.
"Oh, how t do wish my skin was as clear and
soft as yours," said a lidy lo a friend. 1 ou can
eas'ij uia.ean auswerea me Iriend. liowT"
Headaer.yct Carter'aLIttle Liver Pills are eemaTly
- wwKMwaf vi mjr mail prCTeuUDlF
JiuirxjrutTi oi ia iionucn, ftunuiue tae liver
Ache they would be almost priceless to those who
uffi-r from till dlitreasu-g complaint; bntforta
stately their goodnea doe no t end here, and those
who once try them will find these little pills vlu
abl e In o many way that they win not be wlllinit
to do without them. Bat after all tics: head
Ii thebiBe of so many lire that here is where we
make our great boast. Oar pill care It while
Others do Sot.
Carter's UttTa Uvcr Pffls are very rmall anal
They are rrlcily vegetable and do not gripe or
pnrgc bat by their gentle action please all who
Esetheus. lav'slaatijcents: Are fortl. Soil
by drut everywhere, or tent by mail.
CARTER MEDICI5E CO., Sew York.
DJULY MEAT MUBKET
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard, Bacon and Ham.
inaulred tne first ladr.
.-.. ...i-- ., .... .. .
- uj osinz jiop niuers mat makes p
uioon niiu uiuouiing ueauu. it uiu 11 lor m as
Mr. Editor Many of your readers may be
benefited by tbe knowledge of such an" ex
cellent remedy as Dr. Jones's Red Clover
Tonic, which produces the most favorable re
sults in disorders of the liver, stomach and
kidneys, and is a valuable remedy in dyspep
sia, alo, debility arising from malaria or
other causes. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, and a snre cure for ague.
Price, 50 cents. Theo. Troupe k Co.
I IlSTS bad a catarrh in head and no trils
tor ten years so bad tbat there were great
seres in my roe, and one place was eaten
through. I got Ely's Cream Balm. Two
bottles did the work, but am still using It.
jiy no-e ana neaa is wen. i feel like another
man. Chas. S. McMillen, Sibley, Jackson
My ftfarinsr, which has been very defec
tive lor years, has greatly improved since I
have been using Ely's Cream Balm, and I feel
quite confident tbat a permanent cure will be
eBected Rev. B. E. Mayo. Taole Rock, Paw
nee Co., Nebraska.
Isjulrb. Stare Vure. dA.
Established 1851 1 jn-UIrn oua rant i ajrew
'--;; -- ! rrtw atndM-TnlceSk
M-Send two statu psforOel-brateci MedieaJWorks,
Free. Call or write, p. r. CLARKE, M. D.
fff.2Sa VINE STREET oueciHMATI.OfttlX
OMo Southern CtVlaioa.
Trtlas Arns frsm Jtcuoa and WaiVsgl C. H
- S.15p.za. ls0p.D
.10:10 .m. tuej-",
TralM Depart for Jackson tad vihf.gtat a H
Springf'fd E. a.
No. 2, (except Sunday) 11:45a.m. l33a.a
No. i, (excett danda?). S.J5 p. u. J S.
' ? V 5 na . Middle Division-arm run
4jillUdIe Utwtaaon- wlU bae. chalr'frota
Columbus, o. S and 6, MfdSle WvIatoTTwill
have through car which runs between &&
and Cojumbua. Ko. i, .Middle Dlviakm, will haw
a obalrasr from ejofumbusto liecalur, and sleeper
from (.oluuibua to Peoria. Ko,S wIllhaTeeelilr
Vo iw,iih'it7i0 InUiP'ii fclinleM
' . lu b"' -bair car from. ludlanaoolla ta
i77 t : .r"." a.o. ami iu ma
solid trafna between Columbus and a-eaton. No!
1 and Z. Ohio Llvision, run threueh cluUrcan
between Ciacinnatf and!andusiy.
Uoto connection maue ar all JuaetJoni snd ter
Omied?tantet laclpallt,t in U,
ror praps, folders, ticket, rate and further Ie
formation addresa I). ILUocbx, Art., o- a p!ln
dsron,TraTeIlni Fa.wnzer AgtT rina.ioX
P. C. ot St. I (Uttla BfUsaal.
Tra'as Uavt go'ag West
With a majority of people it is no experi
ment that Dr. Boanko's Cough and Lung
Syrup is a tare euro for Couihs, Colds, Pains
in the Lungs, Soreness in the Chest, etc.. but
for those who doubt, ask vour neichbora who
have used it or get a free sample bottle of
3d. iiaKhaus a I o , the druggists. Regular
siie 40 cents and $1.00.
A Sure Core for Pile.
The first symptom of piles is an intense
itfbing at night after getting warm. This
unpleasant sensation is immediately relieved
by an application of Dr Boanko's Pile
Remedy. Piles in all its forms, Itch, Salt
Rheum, and Ringworm can be permanently
cured by the use of this gi eat remedy. Price
50 cents. Manufactured by The Dr. Bosanko
Medicine Co., Piqua, 0. tor sale by Ad.
Bakhaui & Co.
4S5None genuine without a bunch of
green IIops on the while label. Shun all tbe
Tile.'iioisonous stuff! Titb. "Hop" or "Hops"
in tbtdr iujb..
The Rev. Wm. Stout, W.arfon, Ont ,
states: Alter being ineffectually trea'ed by
seventeen different doctor! for Scrofula and
blood disease, I was cured by Burdock Blood
P. A. SGHINDLER & SON,
The partnership heretofore existing between J
L. Coleman and 1. A. ehiiidler, under the nrm
nano of J. L. Coleman A Co ha by mutual con
sent be-n divolred P. A.fehlmller Jt Son. will
cunlinuelhe business at the old stand, on Fisher
M. rear of First Presbyterian Church, where call
will be attended to promptly stall hours, by tel
ephone or otherwise llmeeoDen day an 1 eight.
6a5 a. m.
e:.a p, m.
a.io p. m.
11:36 a. m.
. 6.5n p. m.
.11:13 p. m.
8.00 a. ra
11 no x a
10:50 n. m
These train are ihi. ante a.m r..).... b.T-
1 ws M. Hmk. Tteket Agent
. T. P. O. RAUWAi'.
Tr!.1 LMV (Ollg; tut.
K. - r. i... .- .a.. .
, V- -'-lulteo u-til I. m.
no. a, Jew ior uprea 5:13 p.m.
So. l'i. Atlantic tipreas10 SI a. m.
Trains Luv doing West
No. I, Cln. and TVest'n ExJ2:S3 p. ra.
No. 3, Pacific iiprees. 2au a.m.
No. 5, Ht. L. Limited tx. 8.54 p. m.
These trains are the only one runnlngon Bon.
tne hack to trains one hour before time of d
partnre. J. I. Phlbssi, Tloket Art.: oBra
at. Jam Hotel
12:3 p. a.
?l TO 5 tAT3. 1
GOxTtVCtMd D9t f
tiS-isi Citzkal C
i x. waio
Iltvtrif rM j-ouret-er-'Tiiprtara
for. k. own as
e are p eueJ t itrpjrt
Ih4t It Ii a z ' CRlirej
satisfaction and d4 sol
tjtit ta rtwniiitiaJ It.
Heals t,he Sores
Sense of Taste
HAY-EEVERi PosIUre Care.
P C. & St. I. Railway.
Fiftv cents at droraists: 60 rent brmallrerla.
teredi !-nu for eircular. Sampl by Mail 10 at
IJTTia MIAMI DIVISION SPRreoTnetm
Pat L'.Cin. AcW.Ex.1V Ex.
onrowcsT o. 1. r.o.11. No.T. No.5.
LT Sprlngfleld. 6.10am 1 1.00am e.Oiptn 8.45pm
Lv.Yel. epnng. 6.20am UJtam 4.21pm 09pa
Arrive XenU. 6.40am HJJOain 4 45pm 9-35pni
Arr.PlnelnnatL- lQJUsm ZSUpm 70opm
Arr.ColumbusM. 9 Oam . 7.25pm l!.20pia
Arr.LoalstiU . 7J0cm lisum 11.50pm
Fst L'e. Col. Ac. Xen. Ac. Lfra.Er
onieKaST No. 4. No. 12. No. lj. No. 8.
fa.e lni.Tllle ?..m J3lh,ni
Lv. Cincinnati. 7.45am 2.S0pm 7.25pm
Arr. Columbus11.40am 7.00pm - 11.20pra
Arrive Xenia.10.0Oam 4 4Upm L15pm 3 55pm
Lv.Yel. epringa.l0:31am 5.50pm J.0Cr . I0Mpai
Arr. Springaeld10:5Jam t.Um 2:1 0pm ld.60pi
Train No.l makes connection at Xecla torCo.
lnmbus, Washington C II. and Chillicothe. No
ll through train for all points boutb and Wnt
No. 7 Western Expresa through train fcr Lin in
natl, Iuisvflle and all polnu South; Indian ire
lis, St-Loals and all point. Weal : Logxnajrt an J
Chicago and all polnu North and Nonhwret, n
6 Is a through train fcr all Mints East, Beurla ue"
WMhingtop, Philleljhla,tiw Yer.iW.i aa
point in New hngland blstes. , w ,
-iicaei ana luggage vaecw aad mttUstsj
r svai t le -tei-i V-a ht.--h l-. -.1 a-. - . !
4uipihuu, , v -re, wut.s.j. w .e...npK
uvu-9 -uiu tutruuKx va iwutoca
ui t-iij. r-rucfjar iflioiaiaaH
3 &e 4
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