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GLOBE REPUBLIC. .SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10 1885
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Want a. n.J,miHn.
AVan a int glfl
Want t rent 9ti tt.
Want to Fell a plsno,
H tut to fr n hnrt,
AS riiI iti buy or ttell ft lions,
AS ant khii loAnlln lions,
V anl to I mil or borrow lnoury,
A ml to bur swcoml haml carriage,
S tit to H ml fttiytliinu jom liire loM,
jnl to And a strayed or sWilfti untiua!
Want tolmtl an oHDfr fur any I lung (ou ml,
You ran .liitlnwlly through i.ivVratl'raliitiina
tvr three 1 1 tie atitrrtt'etiietit on day irm one
wwk, N o 1 acli ad lltlonal II ne n.ie day, c ; one
wm-V IKo ALL APKHTls.Ml.STi AI'IrAK
IN 1101 H MHUNINO MiHlMNU l-PIHO
at on clmrtte Tlila ultra In reality
three-line a IrtrUnvmeiiL fur 60
1 nee r lions for H cents
cunts, or two
TAN"TH (HrMr neneril housework, apply
1? at northwest corner Mechanic and l'leaisnt
UTANThlt-l oiiMflKtrl 111 N.
tfANThi lornnt home of I or
M mwiUiely in fourth ward
ileo (lAJlun No
Rltl for (tfiipral houflwork,
ilnd ApPlr at 1? L. 1'atton
i-uiiuiiulal4 it No IT tHtulh Outer strret.
IV NTkD-A man villi puh anl mitntl cipllAl.
If la IntruJuremul cnnlnit .lleul valn.blf itriirl
t.ry nieftuiiet 'u Otli llre.s with aump, .
It Iwktl Hi. in. Mi 11
111 M 1 Kl llntlsi mill Itarn, with hdiiiii t.Dit, ill
ll nr ocjir the nuburlm, rent must he lo fur caaIi
Adirrul' O Hix21h, lit) Hit
- V tC'wl Kin lur ku ierm houerirk
we. ii ll Vnu r At mice to No Iti
II If. I uf w ie. i ll
bouth Moie.tDni'.trfet )7 tf
lirANTr.Ii-lim.ilm uen it oiict. Urf.Mllruwn
It Hrirt Nnr.rjriiniit lOxheli-r, 1 Jcllu
ll'AS rhll-Sdli.men for nur.ery .UkL Salary
11 or r.jtuuli..iun paid, atealy etui loymenl
Kuirautetid rile fur terms at unte. Cituphell
A Or.ha it, SuriHirytneii, ICkIimut, S Y. "ii In
IIASTh.I ouriK la Ilea to buy uur JiJT) Bne
II xiii.ikmi, ollie' atiott uieu Mil ihein el J
Lyorh t wl Main
lutmiriuen 1'iiall and .re our f I yo
ll Ann drens n)h othtr .hoe dealer. iell ttieui
l.ytirh, II il Main -J If
l' AM KD In active man or woman In every
M coiniti to .ell our goods Salary S73 ier
luootli and expense., or Cuiutni..loil txpen.e.
inaorince I'umt 111 ror lull pariicuints ai
dreaa.'jraNDAKDlIl.VfcK WArlK t-o ,
Ill ANThli Younir ladii. ill city or ixmnlry to
II work fur ua at their houie. fascinating eta
pluyuieni uuliislruttlun. to buy, work can he
sent by mall t llsiance no objectlonj, So lo 93 per
weikcan be male No laora. slug, particulars
freo, oi sample of w irk mailed for lour rents in
stamp. 1'les.e adJrc, Unttic Maukal-tukimu
, 1' O llox IU10
F'IMt 1th . 1 -limine ot ' rofllil. wi well and
cistern with larire yanl. v lit rent very low
ithout the lurnituro for one or a term of
AddreM, .(., this otli e. . If
T hou.e and barn, adj lininir Ulouda
per month athenne ihroi l
IMHt nkNf Hiuaeol "fuiiriiiuii -hmiiIi rattury
J1 street iLijuire at 1 1 outh hactorr sine!
rHilt itr. 1 ll J iinu i er mouth, a nue, lare
T hrlta iiouseuf 1U rwm. In I tuna. Wenellyou
a nice dreai shoe for $.1 J) that other dealer, want
tl.VJ Lynch, Jl Weal Main Ikj tf
PUK ALh -Lwlle. tine dre.. shoe lor J,, other
f dealers aell them at l Lynch, 31 eat lain.
u-iT i'ocketliook (ontjlnlnit notes, roolracls
I J .ndsTnunts of no use to anyone hut owner
A llleral reward will be paid by Ictvtnic ine at
th. oth e la
Vlrat HnplUl fnmlny school all) 'O Preach
nallhl iM alio 7 'w v m uy Uib ii.alor,
ltv 1 L. Wilklnxin. Ml lire co'dlnily In
fenlral 1 F PnMwth krhnnt nt ! a in
I'reai hinK bj tie pHitor Key II lctinnl
i ii hi 1 vi- tn flii't ) ) m 1 iiunir ti-
e . iiitllnir at ft n p in "-ets ,iru fri'i
ctrHi k. iror(lfnll fn It. I uuI ueliuiueil
I lrl n;llh r.utllprHti Kev I W Plinth,
iis.'or -tiblmlh m hool at 'h m m r lce.nl
In al m in l wl Irli llinihH UirilU supper
Mil Ik ai'mlliNti'reil KiiDlif s-rlis nt
7 i A cordliil invllatloti Klieu to Hi
MM lretiti'rinti comer Main and I Nher
Kev. C rultoner, I) I) pihtor ulllmarh
ullla in HDd 7 tip m Sunday sellout hi ) l ,
Hubjeci In th en n tit.', ' I'ilatv the Pnllth At
second htu,U Liitliernii Chiirph ( orner
Clifton nnd lhlt-r airn'fc. ui day nlmoi at
ll o'clock h in I'reac lug n-rlc-H at In oa
ii by lte 1 II aiiidt.1 Hkcr, OHstor of the
FlnH-mEil Ltitheititi i bun Ii, of llarrlsburi;,
I'a mnduy urlimii riiaittrl cincirt In the
eenitifE nt 7 ao't.loi.k All arc Invited to
ImiIIi hi nice"
second rrpbMenan ervliesln Ihl.rhnrrli
fomlucti.l bj the paHtir, Win H Webb, on
-auimin hi ii ii in nun . vi p
Invitation In el nde.1 Ul nil
ChrJ.t tnun (i, fplsonpnl ritindaj reboot at
Ul'ia. in Murninir Kerifre at 11 h iu Ihe
hi eonii .erie aiiococKp in. Kiv John
T l.o-e, itictor
ticot d llapilst Kev Wilton U Toine, paa
tir -Mindm hchool at .' la m i'rtui hinic at
11a in and 7 wU b the pastor All art) uel
come t. i"anl M i: aiiinla aeliool at 9 a m
1'reachlLgbyItev ilenryl nckle) at lO.sia m
and 7 io p in In the evenlnjr will tin con
tinued i-eMea o special aerrrons on biblical
characters. Huhject 'amnel, a Man Much
Wanted Fub'lc cordially 1ii1Uh1
rrlnlty Iliptlt-I.e J H Ilobert" pa'tor
Htinda) hciordatd Hn lu frenctlillKKerVlcea
si 11 a in mid " at p in Teacher', infetlnir,
Mondaj at 7 Jl p in I'raycr meetliii; Weil
neaJayat" J) p m The m. tor will preach a
frerleanf Mriuona for eeii aueces.lveSanday
evenlnu", bcitlnuiinr Oct II Theme rim
seven .aylnRw of t hiist whl'o on the crow.
The publlj aie cordially Invited to vrorslilp
Unlversallrt-Sunday acbool at fl n m.
Vreachlnis inoriiinit and evening bv ltev J. r
hchlndler. of Iowa It is a ne.tly desired
maiaii ine menus ni me cunie be pitaenl
and all cordially inMud
rlirlttUn Chnrrii Near 'or Illnh anil Me
chanlc atreeli. t'riachlDK bv the baaior ltev
McWhlutiev nt II a u ihk17.i p in Sibbaili
m hool ntU J) a m Public bearllly Melcotne
io frt e tui.
uonpn kh lonai-aoi atn rcikhii al 1110 a m.
riedciuiiK aervice. ai ii a in anil t 7..1U p. in
fiiiiiiin iu iy me pi.ior liei in n warren
niinir rople iiie ins at 7 p in All made
UiStoudii Avenue Chajicl "abballi school at
dp ni. rre.iiiiuir in tne eveninv at 7 l by
Hev K I rlH'K All are cordially Invited to
S. O. Ktrahner Is rebuilding bis liable, re
cently destroyed by fire.
Joseph Uolan is building a nice brick resi
dence on Lagonda aenue, near the I. II. A.
A large m-mber of our republicans attend
ed the Kennedy retepiion Friday afternoon,
W II, Hoagland and wife returned this
week I mm au extended visit in Indiana,
Mis Buffington, of (ireenvllle, Darke co,
Is visiting Iter brother, Jacob UuRlngton, of
tin. D. II. Funk visited the Orphans'
Home at Xenla, this week, and was well
pleased with the way it was tonduUed. nhe
reports the Thresher boys of this place as be
ing happy and doiog well.
Her (J J. Uurket and wife, returned on
Friday from their visit at Oermantown.
The usual services will be held on Sabbath,
Kverybody invited to come and hear our new
minister. 1'ieaching at 10 30 and 7.30 p.m.
Kev. Wbj, McKec, a former well known
pastor here, is a prohibition candidate for
representative- in Montgomery county.
The polls for preclocl II, 8th ward, will be
held In the Ited Men's building, the same as
on last election.
A. U. II. Iloutallull,
The fourth dirlilon of tie A. 0. II. donated
filly dollars, last sight at their regular meet
ing, for the Irish National League. The
members hope tbat the other divisions and
Mauds ol the cause will try to Increase the
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F, Voight left (oi (Jluciunatl tills morning
The Can Handle sold 78 tickets to I'incin
The He Line sold 100 tickets lo Ciniln.
J V II ('line, ol the 1 Co., Is out again
tod) after a three days' Hints..
MlfScsTrillena White andSohia Tliotup
aon are spending the day In Cincinnati
A.IJ Chase, ol the Champion Machine
Co., left Tor Ottumwa, Iowa, this afternoon.
Jno. Oatis, Cincinnati, W. L. Ueed, Fitts
burg, and Horace (love, St. l'aul, are at the
The republicans of precinct A of the 5th
ward will meet at the wigwam tonight for
organiiition. Come out, everybody,
J. T. Schlndltr, of Marshalltown, U., and
J. D. Josllu, of Philadelphia, ate among
thoe registered at the I.igonda House.
Frank P. McLennan, an old Springfield
boy, has Just disposed of his Interest in the
Kmporta, Kansas, Daily and Wiekl) News.
.Mrs. lleulah Pearce, mother of Dr. ll 0
Pcarte, of I rbana, aged 'i yeara, tell back
ward don n stairs and ai probably latallv
Cnpt F.uslinell telephoned to the Ulonr
Uhiiilii that he expected i.miO maotily foi
l'oraker from Springheld and Clark county
The OloBk-UMTBUi is indebted to llarr)
Itocklieid for papers sent from Denver, Col,
wbere Mr. rtockfield is attending the Conduct
ors National oonvention.
K U Osborne, formerly of this city, and
V T. Ileiatand, are proprietors and publish
ers of "The Delaware Citizeu,' a new repub
lican paper In Delaware, Ohio.
I). F. kaulman and wife, ol Kings Creek,
Champaign, county, I)., left last Thursday for
a two months trip In the west It will ex
tend as far ns the Hoiky Mountains
J K. Brown, general pgent for the
Rogers Fence company, having fevered his
connection with that firm, lm3 auepted a por
tion at Lafayette, Ind. He If It today tor that
place. His family follow him in n few
The funeral of Mrs Susie M MiClnaky,
who committed sulci le and killed her bat,
occurred at (Jrbana yesterday. Both bodies
were buried in the same coffin, as she re
quested. This ..loses the last ad rites of one
of the mo"t deplorable tragedies ever happen
ing in that county
The last rally of the lampvgn will be held
at the wizwatn Monday evening. Hon. John
R Lynch, the couottd-outiolored member of
congress from the "shoe-string district ol
Mississippi, will ad iress the meeting, after
which there will be an old-fasbioned repub
lican love-feast and rpeaklDgmeetlDg, fieelor
William . Itlil'.uley.
A long report of an interview of a Cincin
nati Commercial Ur tle reporter with Wil
liam V Whiteley appears in this morning s
Commercial (iaettc Mr. Vt hitely explains
that he was r.nhed with work on the day of
the Plug Hal excursion lo Cincinnati and
could not let his men go, and assured blm
that he was as much of a republican now as
he was last tall and last spring; also that his
burners wai larger than ever before and that
be was compelled to run the works days,
night", and he was sorry to sjy, Sundays
e quote as followi
"Now as to the trade with the south that
this article cais we have lot because, of my
ultra republicanism. We have bo trade in
the south, have never had any to siieak of
We have hal j'l.t enough, however, tosatisf)
us beyond all question tbat ne do not want
any more of it. The miter ot this news
paper artule must have lieen wumlei fully
well informed of our business and our pollti
c al opinions, and v. hat our ouise vt ill be,
"A ni now as to the business rivalry tbat
exists between Coptsin Buvhnell and us The
facts are there is no rivalry. Oir business
interestsare mutual The morem. chines that
Captain Bushnell manufjctures ihe better it
suits us, and the more we sell is to the ad
vantage of Captain Bushnell, who is the
chairman ot the republican stale executive
committee, ami M a fellow-townsman we feel
a natural pride in his b ing entirely success
ful in the coming election. Were I not a
personal friend of the chairman, it would
make no dilference, I should do as I always
have ray level best. We shall clo-e the
f.clory this noon, and march to the railroad
and give (Jeneral Keonedy such a reception
that he will be proud of, We will probably
not do mueh work after that unlil after the
"What of the prohibition claim of 1,200
in this county?"
"Tbey will not get it, nor will they get one
thousand, nor eight hundred. We will labor
here, and mark my word tor it, we shall
shave them close, very close. We have not
b-en Idle, If we have bad no blow-out, and
did not go to Cincinnati. I am strictly a
temperance man, never drink behind the door
nor in the bush, but the prohibition move
m nt is a fraud on its face, and a man tbat
votes for prohibition votes for tree whisky in
diegulse. That is the case in a nutshell, and
every man ought to see it
"1 shall be at the polls on Tuesday next, it
alive and well, and between now andtbeelec.
lion shall devote th greater part of my time
in promoting the success of Judge Foraker
and the republican ticket
The excrutlatlngly lunny absurdity, "Hob-
bies," Nat Goodwin's comedy, will be the at
traction at the Grand nrxt Tuesday evening,
Oct, It. Tl e muric Is all new, selections
from the latest comic operas, are introduced.
The toilets are original and elegant.
A very enjoyable performance wns given at
the Sans Sjucl garden, last evening, ot Nal
Goodwin's farcical and musical absurdity of
"Hobbles, Mr. hjward beabrookt; appeared
in the part usually played by Goodwin, and
gave a very clever rendition ot the character
copying ot coutse, Uoodwln a style and man
ner. He gave a very humorous and finished
bit ol acting; and in his Imitations ol Sellers,
Mayo, Stuart Itobson and Curtis he wan ex
cellent, and fully equal to Goodwin. Mr. Har
ry 0. Clatke us the gruff eld man, Major Gar
roway Bang, was fully equal to the character,
and Mr. Will C. Sampson as Arthur Dove
leigb made all possible of the part. Mirs
Mattie Temple Fox as Ihe spinster, Kuphemia
Dang, gave a good p fee ot character acting,
both In make-up and stage business, and her
sentimental business brought down the bouse.
MisaUeotge Conalllne made a charing Con
stance and ber singing showed a flue voice
The lady bears a strong resemblance to Fanny
Davenport. Miss Uertba Fiebich appeared in
the soabrette role of Minnie Clover and be
came an Instant favorite with the audience.
She has a flight accent, much like Modjtaka;
a trim, petite figure, bright, sunshiny face,
graceful, full ol spirit and chic, and possessed
tt a well-cultured, pure, swtet, soprano
"Hobbies," al presented by this comnanv
has a new Interest, and cannot fail of amus
ing and interesting, Krening Telegram,
Spanish politic! and manners are to mueh
In the ascendant in Parii that ven the
waiter! at cafe! arc learning to speak 8paa
lib, and to with drM.
Chiiiii Mee-tltic nturilny'a linings.
Another beautiful morning ilawnel on the
i imp at the fair ground, An unusuall) in
teresting meeting was held at the large
taberusile at I if a ni, A t ii o clock a i ery
Interesting Sabbath school was held, all in
the tanip taking pari in the eienlsea This
was Ihe lines! day of the meeting, and all
appreciated the ihange ol weather At the
usual time fur forenoon eieiu.es F.ld Duller
occupied the desk. The text was Gal l 11,
"But God forbid that 1 should glor), save in
the cros ot out Lord Jesus Chtist ' The
term "God lorbld' ia a veiy strong one, and
implies an emphatic negative. He desires to
boast of nothing but the heavy cross he was
bearing But what Is a cross7 Original!),
It wai a heavy cross of wood on which nute
factorl were tortured. On such an instru
ment Christ was put to death, the most
Ignominious death he could sutler.
Paul did not mean that all christians should
be put to death on such across, but that
should crucl'y the old larnal mm of sin, and
live unto God. Perhaps that we should n"
through persecutions and trials to purify us
from all our dross. No person can become a
true christian in the true bible sense unless
he bears crosses and sutlers with Christ. The
world is not only to be crucified to the ihrist
inn, but he Is to be crucified to the wotld. If
he is sepuated from the world, the world
will not love him as formerly, ll we love
the world Ihe love of the father is not in us.
The great trouble with all is that our hearts
are selhsb. Love Is of heavenly birlb, and is
transplanted into the human breast by the
Our greatest fees are within. There would
be no danger to us fro-u Satan's assaults it
our hearts were all right; but Satan knows
that Btlfishncss exists there, and that it will
respond to his temptations. The iKilitlctau
who tries to bribe another could have no suc
cess, only he knows that covetonsnesi exists
tn the heart of the one he tries to work upon,
Christ's heait did not respond to Sitan's
temptations, but the heart of Judas aud Peter
Many will be deceived in the judgment
because they have not examined their hearts.
They will say, "Lord, Lord, have we not
prophesied In thy name and cast out devils?"
and Christ will say, "D-part from me, I never
knew you. Matt. 7- 21-23.
In 2 Cor. 4, Paul says, Our atlltctions work
for us a far more exceeding and eternal
weight of glory.
Persecutions are blesssings in dis
guise which work out the weight of
Many can be very good Chrlitians when
they have pleasant homes, plenty of money,
and nothing to disturb them, but when trials
come they fly all to pieces, lose all their pa
tience, and find fault with all around. A cro3
means psin, not something ple.isant. To root
win out of the heart is a painful process, and
costs much suirning Like the painful sur
gical operation it costs much pain, but the re
mits are what are desired
Modern religion does not root out ot the
heart the sins that live there. What we want
is the religion taught by Wesley, Human and
other men, ho taught the law of God, con
version and change of life. But modern re
ligion says "come to Jesus,
come lo Jesns, and then lets
those who come to Jesu",
professedly, goon and do as they please. But
the old-fashioned religion is lo root siu out of
Ihe heart, and cleanse the inmost soul.
Heb. 12 7 was read to show that chastise
ment isneiessary in the work of perlertmg
holiness. All who are sons of God will
have to bear trials and sufferings; tor those
who do not are tailed bastards by the great
apostle. Not only are we to suBer with
Christ, but are to rej nee in elll etions Not
for the pleasure of suflering, but that good
Christ suffered as an eximple for us, and
be has left us trials to bear, and fuSVnngs to
endure. Cnrist was male perfect through
sutlering, and the same process will woik the
same results in u, Paul not only reoiced in
the peace of God in the heart, but rejoiced in
tribulations. Born l-t.
Tribulations are necessary to get
imi alienee out of the heart, and all other
sins. Alexander the Great conquered the
world, but could not conquer self. The hum
blest lister or brother In thechurcb tbat over
comes self is a greater conqueror than Alex
ander. Tribulation is more to be desired than
prosperity, for in no other way can we learn
our own weakness so well as to pass through
The Christian religion Is the only religion
thet will root out evil from the heart, and
transform the believer into a true man or
In Luke 0. 21, Christ says tbat ur,les we
bear the cross we can have no part with him.
It there is no cross, there is no crown to en
joy Kven the great apostle Paul was obliged
to suffer a heavy cross, that lie might he
benefi'ed by it. In order to keep him bum
ble, God gave to Paul a thorn in the
fesb. Paul besought that it might be
removed, but his prayer was not answered as
he desire 1. But Uod said to him, "11 y grace
Is sufficient for you. 2 Cor. 12 7. Then
Paal says most gladly will I mffrr; "fur
when I am weak, then am 1 strong, ' verse 10.
Paul knew the value of suffering, and re
joice! that be was counted worthy to endure
Nw CAKLisik, Oct. 3. The New Carlisle
creamery is no more an experiment. It re
ceives cream from ai far east as beyond
Springhel I and from the west nearly to
Ananum, Dark county. Its butter sells in
tbe home market for from H to 10 cents more
per Hiund than the average fanner's butler.
It is firoiy believed Inn this will be most
excellent acquirement tor tbe village, lis
managers could sell five times the present
amount ot butter if the cream could begotten
Mr I'pdrgrarT is houhing his dwelling
on Jetleraon street, which win be tbe finest
in the- village after completion.
Pearce and Son, recently rf Springfield, are
making most excellent flour in the new mills.
Our prosperity owes considerable to tbe en
terpriie of our friends who have come from
Springfield. Dr. Isaac Me'anda has four
or five severe easel of typhoid fever In his
present practice, nut from all accounts he is
going to lard Ihem aalely, restored to
health. Thejr are all west of here. Miss
Aley, Mr Freeman, Mr. Coombs and sev
eral others, are tbe patient! alluded to.
There are nil) many peojle in this town who
go away to buy what they could buy here
jusf ai cheap. It see mi that our business
men do not patronize one another. -The
vote of this village will stand about tl tiro.
hlbitloo, 85 democrat! and 275 Itepubllcins,
The fiult tree men report large iles this
this fall, despite the close times. H. II.
Dailey, P, Mitchell, It M. Boggi, A. N
Mitchell aDd others, art all packing
with Wm, Bnilth A Son.
Just received, an elegant Hoe of new pat
terns lor soiling and pant. Uall and ei
, amine at Geo. Wobbe, Arcade Tailor. U
lr, Munlilr Lecture I. list Night,
The audience; that gathered at High Htteet
VI. I church, last evening, to hear Dr. Muti
ball lecture on the "Cathedrals ol Ital)," was
not as large as it should have been, but those
who did go were thoroughly pleased ami en
tertained The lecture throughout was
Intensel) Interesllug, and held Ihe
strictest attention ol everylaidy from be
ginning to end. The proceeds
goto the Young Ladles' Missionary society ot
the church From here the doctor goes to
Indianapotisand Irom there toSavannah, Ga
where he Is engaged for six weeks. After
leaving Savannah he goes to Atlanta where
be is to deliver two lectures. From Atlanta
Dr. Munhall will start for Los Angeles, Cal.,
taking bis family with him. His engage
ments in Oregon, Washington territory and
California will keep him on the Pacific coast
until next June, when he intends to return
east aud settle in Philadelphia.
Wm. Diehl, who has been on an extended
visit through Illinois, Omaha, Nebraska and
the west generally, returned home lst night
pleased with the trip, lie enines homo to
vote, and advises young men with small tapi
tal lo go west,
A rend e wtmllii.
V S Cushman will make cabinet photo
graphs Irom this date until two weeks, for
t3.50 per down. Vim now have an oiqair
tunlly to get work from an artist's studio.
Don't fall to partake ol this rare chnie to
gt an artists prudui lion. Bring your chll-
dred in the lorenoon, when it is not so
We must dose out eriry boot and shoe in
our store today, as we will positively dose
tonight. Dm't miss this rare opportunity
No. 51 Siuth Limestone. 7a
Malaria is a lurking disease atlllctlng thous
ands. Scotch Malaria Cure will take It out
of your system. For sale by M W. ebb A
Co, i.O Arcabi I12i
Don't fail to improve this, your last oppor
tunity to purchase boots and shoes at your
oTn price, as this is our last day at No 54
Sctith Limestone street 4a
All kinds ot teed, corn meal and fl itir at
bottom prices at Doyle i Baily's, 24 W. Main
St. Goods delivered to any part of the ell)
Iree of i barge. Best rye straw In the city.
Attention, Third 11 am Voter.
A meetiog ot the republican voters of the
Third ward will be held at the Fifth Battery
Brmory (formerly skating rink), on Center
street, south of the P. 0. A St. L. It. It., Sat
unlay evening at half-past 7 o'clock, prompt,
livery republican voter of the Third ward
is earnestly requested to participate in this
meetinc, wnicn means bnsines.
John C. Miller,
C. E Winters,
B. II. Whitelev,
J. B. Lisle,
L. II. Puriell,
W J White,
J. S. Bogle'
C. C Jones,
J. L. Kidder,
K S. Kelly,
It. F, Hayward,
W. 11, Warren,
John M. Carey,
We must close out every boot and shoe in
our store today, as w willpo'itively close to
night. Djn't miss this rare opportunity. No.
54 South Limestone. 7a
Kit oysters at Cost's oyster parlors,
For a nobby suit and a first class fit In
every case, go to Geo. Wobb, Arcaie
flee l.lne. otlre.
One dollar to Cincinnati and return on
Saturday, Oct. 10. To enable all who wish
to go to Cincinnati to hear the joint debate
betwein3sdgc J. It. Foraker and Hon. Geo
Hoadly tbe 0. 0. C. k I. Hallway Oo. will
sell tickets tor any train Saturday to Citicin
nati and return at the popular price of $1.00,
round trip. Arrangements are now made by
which all tickets will tie good to return Oct.
10th, 11th or 12th, regardless of all bills,
posters and notices heretofore printed by
the company; also on special train
which will leave Cincinnati at 10 30 p.
m., after the debate clous, on Saturday
evening. This will probably be the last time
this season you can go to Cincinnati and re
turn for $1 00. Il.member this excursion is
via the Shonline. Tickets now on sale at
the Arcade Depot. G. II, Kvihht,
3m Ticket Agent.
.1. V. 11. Hoyle & O.'s
Opening of French pattern hats and late
novelties in millinery, at their new and ele
gaut quarters, was a grand success.
38 South Limestone street,
4i Opp. Ligonda House.
When pacing through tbe Arcade just
stop in at Geo. Wobbe, the tailor, and see the
new fall and winter styles tor suits and over
Oysters, 0)sten and oysters served in the
most appet ling manner at Cost's oyster par
lors, 58 Arcade. Jm
This is positively the last day of our great
Bale at No. 51 South Limestone slreet. 4a
Scotch Malaria Cure has stood the test of
30 years. Cures malaria, ague and billlous
ness. For sale by M. W. Webb A Co., 1.0 Ar
Try one ot those elegant oyster stews Cost
is serving at 58 Arcade. 3m
This Is po.itively tbe last day of our great
sale at No. 51 S .uth Limestone street. 4a
For a neat fittiug lady's orgeutletnan i cus
tom made shoe, go to Joseph Hruti, Jl F.ast
High slreet. Fine work a specially and a
goon ni guaranteed. 295tf
Scotch Malaria Cure will eradicate malaria
Irom your lyatera. For sale by M. W. Webb
tu), oo Arcade 3121"
This Is positively the last day ol our great
saie at no, 34 outn Limestone street, 4a
New Vork counts
Cost's, 58 Arcade,
se-ved in any style: at
Cost's, 58 Arcada
tn ad e
fresh every day at
Don't fail to Improve this, your last oppor-
iuui y in puriuase own and enoes at your
own price, as Ibis is our last diy at No. 51
South Limestone street. 4
Fresh oysters received dally at Cost'i, 58
Arcade. Call and get a new or fry. dm
Don't fail to Improve this, your last oppor
tunity to purchase boots aud shoes at your
own price, as thli ii our last day at No. 51
nouin Limestone street.
Or. Vn jVoruiHit' ALadeuij.
Dr. ami Mine. Van Norman's school for la
dles (founded 1857) will re-open October 1st,
at 315 West 57th street, New York. Special
advantage! In music and modern languages.
References: Dr. E. V. Van Norman, Hpnng-
neia, u. 285 tt
Tb. N, l I', A. O, lu Hie Field.
Tbe New York, Pennsylvania k Ohio will
sell exctinlon ticketi to Cincinnati on all
regular trains of Saturday, October 10, at the
low rate of $1,00 for tbe round trip, Ticketi
are good to return until Monday, October 12.
llr. J, , Heely,
No. 25, Weil Market street, Xenla, Ohio,
baa no equal as a ,.faysician in tbe stale. He
treated over 800 wtieo's from April 1 lo
July 1, 1885, and lost but two, both with
consumption. The name! of every patient
can be seen on his books. Consultation free,
24 u. 8.
We must close out every boot and shoe In
our store today, as w will positively close
tonight. Don't miss this rare opportunity.
No, 54 South Limestone, 7a
Oyilers srned In any and all
Cost 9 easier patlois, 'fl A re file.
The enlerprislug linn uf Mtarkey A Scow
den Kelly's An ade, oiler to their ruatoineti
clean new Iresb lvots, shoes and rubliera, that
iher buy lor cash direct Irom the hading
uiauuf.c'iirers tt the country. Some ot the
old ti'gy dealers call us ugly nanus and ate
inaklfg a desperate pflort to gii off some of
their old shop worn and moldy goods 1 1 tl.py
should rut the prltc In hall they would not
be cheap, Call and see us.
3m Am auk Siioit Sroai.
Pure and Irish candies at Cent's, 58 Ar
cade. None of your adulterated stull kept on
CHILLS and T'KVKRS
l'AIN in Tin: HACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
i9A' SAW. BY AU. DRVGGISTS
The Cenulne ha. Trade Mark and crossed Ked
t inc. on wrapper
TAKE NO OTHER.
To Whom it May Concern :
In accor lanc withthr pniTliIon of the KevIpAd
PMtti.enof Ohio, '-eitlon fi'Mh ll ferioiii who
aell or barter any uplrltuoui wine or malt lliora,
or being the keener of h place where any aurh
liUots are iiaiiittiaiiy sou ana a rank', iaii on e er
y on da r to ke'p the name i toM nhall be Qned
not tjore than one hundred dollars and Im
prisoned not more than ten days
Now, therefore, a an election for State and
County offlcera will he held in the City of Hiring
Tuesday, October 13,
I. JAMK3 T noODWIN. Mayor of aaM t ity. Iaue
tli'a Proclamation to an all tertnna that the
ahote law niufll be ohtwrred, and will ISe strictly
Ml (lersons menttonel In the at,Ye e tlon
shall keep thalr tMabhshments constantly ilotird
hftwren the Louriol o a m and G p iu on tbe
aald 1 llh day of October, 195
And the City Marshal anil police officers of natd
city are directed, to enforce this order, to cIok
any such plire found open, and report any such
violation of the law forthwith
JAMES P. GOODWIN,
TO KNOW THAT
is the time to enter our
Correspondence and Bookkeeping.
Tuition Fees Payable in
THE NELSON COLLEGE OF BUSINESS.
ma be relic il upon for relief In nil ells,
fan . of tin- thro-it unci luii-s; niul, for thu
Hnli euro of nvero Coliliort oughs, It
h.l. IMS lqtl.ll. i:. J, DuWlRS.llOlllllllll'a,
Birkiln Co., ft. f, wrllea: .Soiui'tliiin
ao I reiiitriitc.il, b) cxpoMirc, a ciero
Cold nnd Cough, After two or threo
month. . I big.ifi to think there would be
mi chaiie for the belter. My nttentlou
btiii0ilirictiilto A)ci' finny Pectoral,
I priHurnl a bottle, nnd In gau faking If. It
Cured My Cough
l 'ore tin- flrxt liolllc win ueil, nnd .
npMI) rccoMTtil in) IiimIiIi." A. .1.
IlaiN, Atihl.on, Ktni.., virlles: "'Ibis
prln' I took ii sovito Cold, which mIHuI
on ni) lung.. In three il.i)s it lictnmo
mint Hill, nit iiml pilnfiil fur me to
briathc As soon u, K)..,,i I got a
bottlci ur Avir'a Chirrv IN , tonal, matt .n
promptly relieve il nml run il b) It. uv."
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Hau.
For sale by all Druggist.
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
Wat. H. Oaaai. alatim M, (JaiNT.
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
lassaTsi. BtaMSM SUa4 HaUsV
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT
5 & IOC. STORE, ARCADE.
AND SEE THE MANY
5. BARGAINS 10.
Housefurnishing Goods Our Great Specialty.
HUFFMAN & RiCHTER,
e -a. -at .au .a. -l-ts S3 jet" JLUw J. JL saw Jjm KmBi
31 East Main Street. 31
NOW IS THH3 TI3VCE3
To use our improved Tonic of
BEEF, WINE AND IRON!
Composctl of Extinct of Heef, with Citratu of Iron anil nwro Sliorry
tVinu, anil other iiiKri'ilients which mako it one of tho bent. Ionics
that can bo mailo. Vo hnvo also on liuntl a full lino of wines umic
dully for medicinal pur noses
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
IVo. a XSnat
R. P. Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Jones, John & Co.,
(Successor! to Morrow A Jones.)
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Emma Mine
and Hurd's Shaft
Also best grades of Hocking and
chanic and Washington
We are now ready for the Fall trade with a fine Una of goods
bought at the present Lweit prices, and can sell
FURNITURE, ALL KINDS.
CARPETS, ALL GRADES,
Heating.and "ook Stoves, every style; Quaensware, the best in al
shades; Burmese and common Glassware in all the beautiful col
orings; Window Curtains with and without Dafo; Furnaces
and Baltimore Heaters a specialty. Studebaker Farm
Wagons at Cost. We nave outfits for the h 'usnkepper,
have ever.tning. Nice Chamber Sets $15 00
and up. Rain or shine, we are hore to
Serve you promtly, at prices lower
than ever before known.
42 and 44 Mitchell Block.
Hurlbut's Frenph Linen Writing Paper and Enveopes, Manu
factured by th8 Hurlbut Paper Company, South Lee,
Massachusetts, U. S. A. Established 1822.
Thli choice paper has bte-n it. competition with both home anil foreign products, anil ha.
received the hiiihesl awards.
IWnij made tf the finest selected pure linen itock, and with unrivaled facilities for tiiai.u
focturlug, it merit! and has received, lor lliqu.lltv. finish, and tho eletjaut manner iu which
It ll put up, the ap roval of an appreciative public.
It Is of rich cream tint, and may be had In e'ther high orlow finl.h put p , MB,
II boerapb boxes, with envelope! to match. Ksch iheet Ii water-marked "Hurlbut's Trench
I.ln.n." It is equall) a lapled to home or office torrt ipondnce, and Is unsurpassed In uunli
tjr and st)Ie, '
No expense has been spared to make thli the moat reliable and lall.factorr papir evr pro
duced, and we are onlideut that It will meet the wants of tbe elite U a pertut patier Vor
sale by first-class Halloners. '
55 00UBL.EARC.AJ)E store 57
THE BOYD BURGLAR
J?.,. v ' 'f.f &j8Mm,w
M'v - . - :'!.. 4v'Wi
THE SPRINGFIELD MANUFauiURING CO., SPRINGFIELD, OHIO.
turlMebj tKMAU.Ii;' LtahTlsltV Ai O11AIION. Auialy lu Sup rlu
leuileut Dick, t Cemetcrj , or Jl, M. ShutUerU, Clerk,
Anthracite Coal, ffii Cor. Mo-
Sts. Telephone No 254,
PROOF CRAVE VAULT
Const rue tod of heavy rhlllcrl Iron nlate.aml tftni
m1( luck I uk, It Irttlie only vault In the wurltl tltui
I Uabaoluirlr proof .nl f ruvr ruburrsu
imui"i.a an as. a vi uiiiiiaraiuni uf iiiuariiaiari a, rill
hit TV Annotation fctiiil leavtiiriir rlllz.fiim Ami ill vim
everywhere. 1 tie am red UMlisofour heluvtlijva,
uinvrwisu itnuie iu im torn irom iu-ir gruvfa ry
I acrlletcltmt IikiuJa, rulltlensly imitllateil tuxl um
tue ..uu,Trii vi 1110 runt ana if n&suy jetus w uruia
fcrsavn fuliUcrit r atTunleti ctnii trio iirotrctlou
wiiiiin ttirsrcureentlronmentHbf tlio Iioyddntw
van 11. fsVPry cemnery, i.tiwtvr wm Kuurnn,
ia iiKFiY in imi nvrrruy iiivMiitu mm ihhwi ui ir
rntly lntm. bodies ItemcUitirrlr.fC thai tliH
Itoyd Ore Vault provides tlt only ctlVciual
curtty aural rut this -Itniecralloii, Is tlitru any won
tier that Ihaaaanda sire la uaci mi uvrr inn
roaQiry f Krj.1 In Uh a- and for aale by all lead
in uuJwUktra. Manufactured by