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THE GLOBE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27.1885.
G-ZEJSHD OPERA ZHLOTTSE
New Year's Night and Matinee.
ATTRAOTIOHS THIS WEEK
Saturday Night, Jan. 2d.
With a company consisting of
The greatest moral play on the stage, entitled
This is without doubt the finest minstrel organization in the country. Don't fail
to see the wonderful
Don't miss the Grand Parade at 12 o'clock (noon).
"It appalls directly to all that is good and pure in human nature."--St. Louis Republican.
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RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK.
Gleanings from a Week's News in Spring- '
s'tirlntiiuia T. la. Colony t heme. outli-
ftil tragedians UhhI Irnnintlc mid
.Mu.it ill ..it.- click's K-
perieii.ti (.etirrnl Niitn.
There- i- little doubt tint Christmas a
more generall) celebrated m tin- cit) tin
jear than ever Ivetore. Not onl) were the
presents more elaborate, embracing evei
tlitu from .1 house ami lot to a pin e uhion,
Imt the iiuiiiIht en en was greater than etr
lie-fore, it we can believe the retailers of
t'hri-tui is gooels A solution of this will
1h' fouml in the fact that the minil-or of
men at work in the simps this jear oxe-etils
that of list bj ininv hundreds Then tin re
is a general fei-lmg anions the ptiiple that
we aie on the eve of a great business boom
ami that there is no occasion to la by anj
thing for hard times, since we have hail s
long a business depression that the future
must be litter. Actuated bj this feeling pco
jile sjient the.r monej vcrj freel and the
result was an immense holnla) trade. The
tine, teini-rate weather just before Christ
mas also cuntrihutcil to bring out shoppers
in large uuuiK'n
A voting married lad) in this cit) gave
her husband a pijie for a Christmas present
a id had the bill sent to him net da
1'ntt kinil of a present, ain't it?" re
marked the joungman, "whitdo jou think
I can do with this bill ' Well." said the
xomig wife with twinkling ejes. 'I'm sure
1 ilou'l know unless jou "put it in jour pijie
and amoke it'
Nearly two hundred joung men and
women in Sprnigheld added a few dollars to
their income bj clerking in the sUires during
theliolulajs. 1 heanl a v nations voung lad
describing lier experience jt-ste-rdaj She
looked as if she had traveled around the
globe on foot, si. wear was her whole a-'
jiearan.i-. she never tried clerking before,
and savs she never will again
l.irls." said she, "I wonder that I'm
alive after it. You know Pa didn't want me
to clerk and Ma streamed w lien she heard
of it. Hut I was determined to
trj it just for the fun of it. I got a place
easv enough, ami I fell too funuj when I
got behind the counter and commenced to
wait on customers. 5Ij tir-t attempt was
on an old lad) with a sun bonnet ami big
Arctic overshoes, She had the most lnsin
uatmg of smiles, vv Inch dev eltqied into -a
simper at tunes. She wanted a prese-nt for
a little bj. "sjonietlnnff nice and cheap, I
jou know " Well, 1 commenced to show
her articles bv the dozen. I put block '
pictures together. I banged tov pianos and
blew into harps for her I fished out ve
locities ami Tennv son's works I rushed
to the attic and dived into the cellar for
novelties to show her "Verj pr tt," she '
would grin, but then, jou know, I wanted '
Hunt-thing nice, and cheap too " Then I ,
show ed her tov saws and wins tlutes ami
oaicidal violins I fished out the Arabian,
nights, huge tin horns, iron banks, boxes of
gorgoou. paints, trie Ies and bewildering
heaps of gew-gawsof all kinds "It's for
a 1h, voii know, an d must lie nice and
iheap." she would mutter like a parrot at
intervals, as she jinslcd tov bells, tried to '
pla on a tov Xlophouc, and asktil me to
translate a Fremli uotation in a holidav
b.Mk for her HotamltirtsI, 1 Usl her arouml
to counter after counter, mounted her on a
hobbv horse iside saddle fashion), puffed
U v U-llows in her tace. and shot off a tov i
pun for lur, (oh. that it had been loaded
with something stenur than a ork') sat
heron a haml-sU-d, ami plaved a tiftctn
iniuute came of thtxkers with her. (I mav
nmark m partnthesis that I wasaverv
(rreen, cr en clerk. ( I
Kinallv, after takinc a complete inventor ,
of the stock, she put on her swtttest sun-,
per and said: "Well, as I v jou have
nothmir that exaitl suits me, I won't look
anv further. The f.u t is 1 came m here to
wait for in son. ami thought that I would
put in the tune looking at the tovs
1 left her like a released spring. In a
minute or two she hunted nie up, and with
one of hi r most susarlj Miners said: "JIv
son hain't eonie vet, and if vou have atij
thlng suitable for a little girl iueimlcii;,
mind, I would not miud looking at jour
sti!k." This broke the camel's back.
"Madam." said I, "if jou will look at
the sign on this as vou go out jou w ill see
main isas,.c ,. ,,ui,i..,.r,iiU,
tht re is the
director), jou tail easil) find"
out where the (.rami tqiera house
skating rink Is Co there if jou want to
be amuseil and pass the time " I
I siisjieet that the voting lad) exaggera- j
ted the above aieount somewhat, but her I
storx gives an idea of what the clerks hail
ciipi,. .i.e ii
from thoughtless holitla) pur-
I have just heanl Allen O'Mjers lecture
on J ml is Iseanot The effort struck me
as a sawcd-titf echo of Ingersoll. scrvnl up
with vinegar sauce, and a smell of sulphur.
It is probable that full) 1.000 pairs of
skates wt re givt n as pn sents on Christmas
If the month of DeeeinUr is an) sample of
tin weather which we are to have this win
i,.r tins vast amount of gt neroslt will
have Kin in vain Ice skating used to be reasoning is goo I, slid I Mf
one of tht print lpil amusements in Sjinng- those rivers were real actuil wet
field, and Jt seems as if in those good old 'rivers Vow let me tell vou I hive true-led
da) s. tverv winter brought months ol good all through Texas, and to ui) certain
hi-and delightful skating weather Hutk knowledge those rivers are as tlrv as a bone.
Cm k from Factorv strti.1 as far as Water You could walk from source to mouth of
stmt would le frozen into a vast skimmer- them without suffering anv further mt 011
in tiat-k. spreading out into a broad lc) veiuence than getting our boots lull ot hot
floor ju-t east of the Limestone street ' sand Theiuuiwis amazed, and 1 think
bruise. On vvhuli occasions the whole ' that this little experience will give him a
tnu ii would lie on the ice On hue alter-
noons dozens of societ) KlrK "i"1 t''l'lr
eliiutv feet winged with flashing
Heel, and glowing with health and exercise,
would skim pk turesipjel ovir the ice
ow, I don't Ix'lieve time is a stn-it tv girl
in the lit who could skate fortenfett,
without getting enough falls to enable her
to see four Italian sunset
In the time of the good old das of skat
ing on Huck cmk. gangs of ln would be
tuidotsl to svvivi of the ice, and in the
evening huge lin-hres and torches made
the sti ne as light as da 1 he proprietors
of Morrow's Keiind, near the foot of Plum
street, used to oveiilow their ond and turn
it into an ice skating rink. Here most of
thejoung jK-ople of thentj would longle
gate, and cotisiilerable monej was made bj
the pnxceds of the ten-ci lit admission tee
The chlrge at the gate kept the roughs out.
and insured a good class of patrons Last
winwr th re was onl a few das uf good
skating, notwithstanding the intense cold
This was due to the roughness if the Ice
ami the great amount of snow which fell
and sjHHletl the ice This jear there prom
ises to lie even less than last ear
The price of skates has dropiicd woinler
fullj in the past few jears. Ten jears ago
a skater who bad a pair of self-fastening
club skates, in which the use of straps was
discarded, was an object of uon.hr and
fear on ever piete of ue where he chose
to make an exhibition of himself To see
a man skimming along with skates held to
Ins NHits 1 half-inch i lamps seemed the
acnieot miracles Midi skates then soldi
for from ST to S15 per pair, now a pair of
the most improved steel club skates, whit h
can be fastened in a s,vond with a levir,
can !e purchased in an spriugtii Id hanl
waie store for a dollar 'I he nason of this
eitraordmar reduction m the jirne is due
to the expiration of thepittnts Kolhr
skating has in nun places usuril he
skating, since it can Ih enjojed at an
time, no iualtiTwh.it the weather. Then
add to this the exhilirating music, the
absence of damp feet and the presence of
doei s of brlght-eed charmers, and ou
have the causes of the opu!.trilv of roller
over ice-sAting in a nutshell.
Springfield Ins a mtional reputation for
the enttrprise of her utizeiis Wherever
there is monej to W inide or enterprises
which jironuse to pi haiidsomel. there
vou find the Springfield mm The hold
vvhkli Texas colonization has taken on the
minds of the people in this cit j. Is not, then--fore,
to le womb red at. notwithstanding the
fact that the big eo-ojierative colony. s, ) me
winch promised to go to Texas to found a
cit fell through, a dozen new projwts
seem to hav e risen from the ruins of the old.
The know ledge of Texas land gamed lij the
committeeof Springfield colonists, whovvuit
to the st ite and explored much of the land.
Is constantl working, and is direitingthe
appljiugof Springfield capital to invest
ments in Texas
Another project has been planned in this
cit for a co-oeiative scheme of invest
meiit, b parties who hive Iks n to Texas,
and who believe there is a fortune in buv ing
up tracts ot land and laving otla town (hie
of the originators of the sch, me said "I
have lieen ovtr the ground and know the
value of the land We are forming a com
panj in this eitj for the purchase
of three sections of land. We pro-I-ise
to make a new count to le named
either Ohio count r Sprmgtield count
out of this land and then la out a town
for the count seat on the most favorable
site I tiolieve wecan easilj sell Sll.OrtO
or $40.(H)0 worth ot lots ami mike tnotigh
to pav for all the land from sales of lots in
thi? town 'Iliis st heme his lieen suciess-
full worked in man parts of Texas, and
man flourishing towns hive been started
I in that wax. We are organizing the eom-
pinx as a joint sto k com em with stiM'k at
S10H n r share. A large tuimlier of jiersotis
InveexpressisI an murest in the scheme
and are investing in it We hold refill ir
nits, tings, at which the project is discussed '
T be almve gives an idea of the numerous
si hemes which are N'lng worked up for in
vestments in Texas land T hough no grt at
colonies of settlers have gone from thiscitv.
)tt the niiinlier of individual families which
hive removed to Texas is quite large Some
of those w ho hav e gone like it: some le-
wail the div the) ever left Springfield
Some go wild over the lug sweet iiotatoes
i ami cotton they raise: others have nothing
to write extept sad louijilaiiiiugs about the
' miserable countrv the) have struck ami
the rough and read) manners of the cow
bo s, and societ) in general. The fact is
that Texas land is the liest or worst in the
world, according to the part of the stite,
and what on intend to use the laud for.
Will Let', of this cit). who has travt In! all
over Texas, ami who had excellent oppor-
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i ami netiiiess wa) in wuitii juique nisu lino -ii..,iiii.i uu -eu-.i m .m i-ms ,,i n,.
. Texas land investninits. He sa)s "The! eountrj, and the) all have a pleasant word
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othtrtliv a well known Sprmglicld man '
was telling almut the magnificent land he'
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llllll. Ill l. !-. ui.'" nil ii ...is ii.ii.iiii.
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, i.itnnble it is. t tc He remfolies his
statements atmiit how well the land is wat -
eml bj a huge map, which he draws fitun
i his Kickei and tnuinphaiitl waves in the in til ink verse, toiiiuieneing
faceof the prosiiective purehascT. Accord-1 "How sweet ttie moinlighl sleeps upon the
ing to the imp, his land has enough rivers
on it to start a river factor). The) wrig
gle all over it. like the snikei 111 a drop of
vinegar under a niicroseojie As lie was
giving glowing accounts of his land the
other da). I asked him if he hid ever seen
it. "Whv, no," said he, "but It must lie
good land. for look at all these
rivers running thrHii it." "Your
good lesson on the loll) of uuwng land on
the strength of a glib-tongued agent and a
United States map "
-The abov e little incident giv es a good idea
of the reckless wa in vvhuli peojile nish
into laud speculations, buing uptruts
vhi h the have never set n ith the im
mense ditTi retires in ilunate, vegttatioii, i
nature of soil, drainage, wat r courses, te ,
m various parts of the Tinted states, a
man should hire a sign-painter to paint in
his hat: "N'ever bujapieceof laud until
jou have seen it."
lor xt xirsirxi. wor.fi
the creat topic of discussion is the great
Messiah concert tomorrow evening With
a chorus, which Ins sung the Messiah until
the memliers know tt hj heart, with the
(Tiieinniti iranil orchestra, w huh Theodore
Thomas pronounced one of the IhM m the
eountrx, withaipiartitteof world return mil
soloists, and with Michael ltrand concert
master and I'rof. W. I- llliiniensrliem di
rector, the performance of the great work
caunot fail to lie the finest ivtr given in
Central Ohio. The giving of the oratorio
in such perfection in Springfield one of the
smalhr cities of the state is an evint
whiih is considered significant bj inn-it .il
people all over the state. The Cincinnati
Kiujuirer consider it of sullicu nt iniportaiici
to send their musical critic. Mr Tunnisou,
to Springfield Mondi) night to write a sjie-
cnl rrithme of the perforuian.e. and the
Commercial (Jazette will also be rejiresenteil
hv its critic.
Let our prominent iitizens limit rstand
tint the reputation and credit of the Chun
pion Cit foriuiture in art and music is at
stake in tills m itter, and It t them use tin u
best enileavois to have an overflowing audi
ence Mondi night. Springfield has a rci
iitation far and wide for her machiii
en and nui'h miiiil entt rprises b t il
lie shown that our ptuple are some
thing more than mechanical "(Iradgriniis'
and animated machines If vour children
are taking music lessons or if vou are
sfiuhing music vourself. go to the Messnli
It ls.i (oniinon siving tint more is learned
b the pupil from hearing one great com t rt
than in five lessons , so it is real tuinomv
to invest m concert tiikefs An niiisu
student will get the equivalent of hilf a
dozen music lessons m heating the Messiah
Mondi. Hire will lie musie in its highest
efforts orthestia siloist and chorus -the
niati rial for the highest flights vvhkh hu
man musical genius is cap ible of.
So man jieople sa the cannot under
stand and enjo classical music Will, as
to that, if a man cannot be moved li the
infinite pathos of "I know that in) Re
deemer ht,th": if his blood is not stirred
b) the glorious Halleluj ill Chorus, and the
stirring, "The trumpet shall sound" : if his
mind is not borne to heavenl thoughts bv
the dream Pastoral Svmcilionv and other
gems of the Messiah, he had better tr to
piwn his ears ; or exchange them for some
kind of mechanical flaps. Such a man in
going around with the apiiearance of hav
ing ears is guilt of the charge of false pre
tenses. Fashion, blamed for so much, occasion
all) exerts an inllueiue on the right side
On her last visit to Springfield the imperial
goddess issued a proclam ition that all per
sons hiving an) stienl pntentioiisat all.
shall attend the Messi th . so it is probable
that all the beaut) and ihivalr of spring
held will be gathered at the Oram! oera
house Monda) eiining Smut) will at
tend in a hod), including a theatre part) of
The friends of Mr. Will Putnam, the
bisso of thiscitv, are advising him to re
move to lioston, Cincinnati, or one of the
large music centres, toiompUtchts niusuai
education . ami it is poyihle that he ma
conclude to do so some time next t ar Mr
Putnam his a hise voice of noble quilit)
and tine power, and has the unking of a
tine artist in him.
Tuere has not been a single conct rt
troll) 111 Springfield this season except the
Tcnnesseeaus,. Ie-njotiIa pleasant little and migazmes. Hut b) far the Inndsoinest
that witli Mr. Hubbard Wilson, formerlv ot I holuli) i-opj of an) of the illustrattsl
Sprmgtield, and now first tenor of the ltn-1 newspapers I have seen is the " V Mirror
nessevaiis. Mr Wilson was a pupil in the fr Drt- j,;, jss-,. It is an eighteen page
Springfield high school at the same ti ' pi-r. U-iutifull) illustrated all through
Mr. Wilbur C.unii was attending that nisti- The 'over is elegintlv arranged with a
tutioii. How strange things tome about 'handsome engraving of Helen Diuvra) in
Little did the Imijs in those di)s imigine "One of Our Oirls," tmupwng the center
that two of their numlier would become two ' o the third page is a tint 1 engraved head
of the leading tenor singers in America ! ,,r Herthi Welb). of Onl) a Fanner's
The after cartrr of a room full of pupils is ' Daughter" fame The intire fourth pige
a constant surprise to a teat her. Mr Wii- ls devoted to sketches from "Saints and
son is delighted with his position with the s,,,,,,,.- ,,,,,;.., at the Madison
Tcnnesseeaus Square theater, X 1. The eighth pige
"It is the itleal life," said he; "even a 'gives a good head of Harlev Mem, the
ehangeof places and faces ami new such s-1,.,. i,.i,r,,,,.d seuie artist Scenes from
mils of seiner). I onlv hive two hour's
work in the evtning and the rest of the
time is niv own
vv.li.it eoiiltl He ple.isint
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with fiinmr lilllills of the
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for their alma mater.
Mr. Wilson sang "When the ro-cs bloom
orili.l lttli.lli,rtli.tl.. .1., .l .
i i.iiii, ..1 iiiv ...iivvii in mil iiii, mill -i -
i unit an ovation on It.
Will the oung nun who left the poetrV
(first n itmnaP hank.
How lijil the cow slips on the Mringtown pas
My love I think of thee "
please- callat this office'.' We have oiled the
luiuncer and all arrangements fur his funer
al are completed.
T he local
DIIXVI VTIC Wlil.II)
Is booming with an exceeding greit
lmoni With five performances at 111 u k's
opera house and four at the (.rami. Spring
lit Id is ablv sustaining her reputation as tin
boss show town of Ohio
Messrs lute and (.riflith. the attorneys
of this cit). drew up articles -if agreement
last fr.tla) between Evans ami Hoe), pro-
put mis oi an rigius oi lilt- pia) .v l arior
Match." and Lester ami Williams, who are
iirolucing the iila) in connection with Jt u
nie Yeamans. The agreement giv es Lester
j and Williams the right to produce the play
outside of the large cities.
PAYNTER & CO.'S BARGAIN HOUSE
Your attention to those new Chromos, size 22x35, in heavy 4-inch gilt frames, for
$1.50 ; a few only left. A new arrival of Hanging Lamps in a day or two ; see them
before you buy; have a few $2.00 Lamps yet; more soon. Special A reduction
in the price of all the popular brands of Tobacco, beginning Monday in our Grocery
Department. Chewers take notice.
CHAS. W. PAYNTER & CO., 91 and 93 W. Main St.
M itch was written b) Clin Hovt. author
of a llumh of Kevs, and he fiKilishh sold
it to F.vaiis ami Hoe who are now unking
thousands of doll irs out of it Host Ins
grown wiser of late, ami now retains all
intertsts in his play, which ausaidto
bring him In S3.000 a month in rojalttes.
Ill tck'.s opera house has an opera com
lianv booked for eleven consecutive nights
in the nt ar future Is the able minairer oil
HI u k's pre paring to bull the market on
For extreme modest) and retiring ex
prtssions the mm who got up the show lulls
lor the Ida ".nMous burlesque combination
must surel lie awarded the "Pcruvim
The show lulls which lir pictures of the
scmtil) ittireil beauties are headed "The
Aiifion'i. 1'rult " Well, tin re are worlds
within worlds, ami nations within nations,
ami it is just jmsMble that this trout- is the
pride of some kind of a nation
T he tragic counteiiani e of Kdum Booth
I.enz is no longer seen in the grivn room of
the (.rand, but his picture looms up in the
gillerv of ielibritiesvvliUhadi.il the walls
of that intt resting apartment
I he messenger bovs at the Western
I'nion Tvli graph otlitearc having gnat
times lattlv The) have litttil up the cellar
of the institution ,H an I inproviscd theater,
rhev have a trapeze, stugeaud other theat
rual applmues ttHi nuuitioiisto inintion.
Here in the dim. uncertain gaslight are per
formed gor) tragtilies. fit rce inelo-elrainas
ami slde-spittmg eometlies, all made up on
the spur of the moment, but infciiselv inter
estsiig to the bo) s, T he class of pli) s pre
sented ma) bo judged from the titles of a
tew of the plavs "Iiiauiond Cut Diamond.
I or the Xetua Itiilroid Sandwich", "The
Hov Scouts of II irnioii) Township ,
"Willie Fox or the Lightning Detective
of Limestone Street" "ITie Stranzlers of
Primrose alle), which iutrodui'cs several
thailly coinbits with vveimr wurst."
(limit t Prince of I.awbirk" and others
too numerous to mention The eoinpaii) at
present consist, of the following well
known artists. Masters Willie Fox, (ieorge
Kito'i. Kit Hicktt. Perc) Smith, ltutfilo
Alden, Willie llradlur) ami others The
orchestra consists of a Fremli Inrpist and
two whistlers and goes b) the name of
(tiImore's band "
A new plij is in rthears.il in whuli Ptriv
Smith as the lino, "Hov Stout," climbs I
hand over hind up a waterfall with a Hall's
sate in one nam!, ami two woumitit com
rades in the other
The Salvation Armv gave the citv Its
Christmas present Frulav. bv parading
i twite as long, with doubled ranks, twang
ling tw ne as loud, singing twite as inde-
senbablv awful as usii il ami to clap the
Uliiuax. had a full drum corjis engaged
There his been a duuled lmprove'iucnt
this vear in the Christines numliers gotten
I out b) the seviral illustrated iicWspajiers
I -HiHitluian Hlind' ot cupv the whole of the
thirteenth pige. Hut i feature of all i-
the t legant satin finishisl engraved suniile-
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until... ...i.iij ......ij-'ii .in-, n i.ii.i
sep irate card, the sunt- size as the tmok.
ami in a neat frame would would make as
neat an engraving as toiild be ptirehisttl
an) win re Surel) the t nterprising propri
ttors of tins paper ovtrdnl themclves m
this t It g.iut p iiht art galler) the) have sent
It Willi FIL
llnverlj. Xliiistrel. ill the l.ritutl sutnr
tlaj I. veiling.
OnSiturdi) evening. Jan 2, ILuerlj's
minstrels will tie at the (.rand. The Chi
cago T nut's s,is
Ihe ir.indoiera lioiise was tilled to the
doors 1 ist night, and would be again and
again with tlie same mirthful and musical
attraction It is hut reflecting the Hpular
verdict to sav that J H. Haverl) is furn
ishing the public- with the most admirable
minstrel and sptNiiltv entt itainmcnt tint
his bet ii upon the Imirds at anv time The
eiise-iiib'eissupeib flic minstrel featuresare
I fresh ami catihv.tlie gags new and spicv,
the (Iuiim-s alert and the music pleasing
The in rfornnmos of " 1 he Cr iggs" are at
unit- the most -tartliiig and grueful this
continent has ever witnessed Mr llavtrlv
could not but enjov the ovation p lid his
ptrtorm nue. while the he-irt) tongritula
, , is ,.t of p.rsonil tr.ciul, here:
i inns, u ice tieiiguicii nun
(let vour stats three da) s in advance at
Indianapolis is to have a new union pas- is the heaviest ship ever launched iu Eng
seuger depot, built by a combluatloa of land. It will be three )ears before she U
railroads. I ready for sea.
THE HOLIDAY HUSH
Has passed and the City Drug
Store had an immense trade in
We are now prepared to at
tend to the wants of our many
customers, and invite them to
call when wanting anything in
the drug line. Prescriptions
CITY DRUG STORE,
Cor. Main and Market Sts.
PLEASANT BIRTHDAY SURPRISE.
TIip I-rirmls tif llenrj I tillratli Tune I't.
sr..loli uf Him ami lit. Iliillse.
Frith), Dee J". was the thirtieth anni
versarv of Henrj Fullrath's birthdav, ami
his neighbors ami fntiuK assisted hv his
estimable wife, planned.! surprise pirt) for
Christum evening, at his pleasant home on
Western av enue
When Mr Fullrath came In from the
store he found his home filled with his
friends. Hijoving the excellent music which
was furnished by Charles 0 Jones' band
After a luartv shaking of hands, T M.
Hrowning led Mr Fullrath to the center of
the room and presented him with a Innd
so.ne rocking chair, a present lrom the fruit
men, of w huh wire (1 Hivvard. 1) K.
Moore, I) in D.'witt, Lju LiTert). Win.
Kllvvell, C. W I. union. Fred Howe, Tom
Hrowning. II Ilubsnu, N Dunn, W S.
Stralev. O It Todd. Sam Mvers. .1 M Mil
ler, J. . I Young, .Mr robin Afttr winch
Mrs. Fullrath fouml that there was another
new rockt r in the house for In r
Atllo'tloek a bounteous supper was
sen iil. aftir which followed games and
dincnig till 1 o't link All wtnt home de
claring the) had had a spit mini tune and all
wishing Mr and .Mrs Fullrath m ui) happ)
returns of the ill The following were
among those prest nt 1) Monroe and wife,
Chas. Laniiou ami wife, John Ilauseaml
wife, s T lb lgt I and wife, W II Evens
and wife, T M Kroniiiug and wife. Mrs.
Sarah Driscol, Mrs ,,,(, rt Misses Laura
Cooper, Annie Itvan, Come Turner. Mollie
Mault. of Jt ffersom die, Annie Vc Imiii. Jen
nie sttt lm in. Flora Stilt rt, Katie Kraj p,
Stella Thompson, M,i) Pile, of Ft Wawit,
Iinl . Liiinn ( in le. Verua Keigel. Messrs.
John Dtlritk. ...is i.iuiis. (, W Dutz. K
L smith, Phil Sehmidt. (. C Agle. of
Donnellsville. F K l'jiitr. W Fullrath. A
Daze). Mima "iniith, ( has Jones, Walt
Pool, Mt lvin (Tiungtr. Ttinie Jones. .eo
lliucke. C N Kritgbauin and Master
New e ir.s II i at the c.ranil.
On Frulav afttniooti and evening. Jan
1, Fretltric Itrvton ami a strong loiupm
will pla) a return engigtinent at the Oram!
Manj of our leaders will renitmtier
Mr. Hrjton presented his jili). F
Jack o' Diimomls lure last ss-pteinber, and
those that s-uv it saj it was the li-st attrac
tion that hi visited this tit) Ihe follow
ing is from the Cincinniti Enquirer
The re are ft w at tors tod u the equal of
Frederic Itrjtou in magnetic lone We have
vvatthed him the past wttk closcl) and lie-,
lievei that he does not at t the part of "Jack
o" Diamonds," but lues it The nervous
action of the nnw le m the arm. neck
ami lowtr limbs cannot lie uiiuiitkiii to
siuh an extent tint the student in
aiiitomv will K- tletcivtd. It Is
ujMin this obstrvatioii we bise the opinion
that llrj ton lives the ih.ir.uttr he imptr
sonitts in this mvv plav of his, which has
more than oithnar) mt rit 1 hat the char
ade r of the squ ire g imhlt r t an lie idealized
ami mule an intense charaitcrizatioii has.
been proved b) the honest, earnest worker
of the past wttk. Hr) ton has alread) tilth-art
d hliuselt to the theater-going public of
the tit, and we feel contiiltnt that he has
obtained tin- rank here of a favorite actor."
Seats now on sale at Carter's
ltemeiiiber that the lts(ii)i will lie given
next Monti i) evening the -lh at theOrand,
with the tinest quartette that has ever ap
peared before a springlicld audience. Tint
the Cincinnati orchestra has no equit m
this lountr) outside of New ork Cit
That the chorus of one hundred voices has
bi-cn in training for mouths under the lead
ersiiip of Professor Hliimeiisc hi ill and will
do its pirt ereditalilv 1 on will miss a rare
tr,.,t if vou f ill to secure jour seats at Car-
tcr's id once ami go
The new Hritish miimf-wir Cnuper
tlown. built of steel, at a cost of SJ.373.000.
The executive committte of the Orpheus
Soutt) desire to notifj the public that
promptl) at 8 o'tloek the entertainment
will liegm! and positive!) no one will be ad
mitteil to the oiera house proper during the
renile-ring of an) number.
Each person who has purchased a ticket
is entitled to the enjoyment of the enter
tainment without Interruption, and those
who come late must remain outside while
any number is being given. Ushers are In-
i structed to strictl) cnforcethN order.
i CONFIVKD lO THK HKD FOl'IJ
MON'TIIS. and almost bluu. ami cureil b)
one lix of (iilmore's Neuralgia Cure. For
sale bv Then I roti'ie. druggist.
Cretlit i ilue the dennan women and
plivsieiatis for first iLsing Ktil Clover blos
soms as a medicine. Hest results are ob
tained when combined with other medicinal
roots and herbs, as in Dr Jones' Iltil Clover
Tonic, which is the hot 'known remedy for
all bliMHl diseases., stomach and liver
troubles, pimples, costiieness. bad breatli,
juIes. ague and m ilaria diseases, indiges
tion, loss of aietite. low spirits, headache
ami all disc aso of thekidne)s. Price .Ml
"Words fall tt express in) gratitude."
s.i)sSelb) Carter, of Nashville, Tenn.. "for
the benetiLs derived from A)er's Sarsapa
nlh. Having Imi.ii aftlieted all in) life with
scrofula, niv sjstem seemed saturatetl with
it It came out in blotches, ulcers anil mat
ter) sores, all over in) body" Mr. Carter
states that he was entirel) enretl by A)er's
S irsapanlla, ami since discontinuing its
use. eight mouths ago. ha.-, hid no return of
the scrofulous svniptoins.
LADIES. l'e (Iilmore's Aromatic Wine
for nervousness and sleeplessness. For sale
In T heo Troupe, druggist.
Stamping out Di-esse. The Shakerti
belleTe that nearly all tliseases can be pre-
Iventeil b) maintaining perfect digestion.
I The) never emplo) doctors because as stum
as the digestion becomes impaired they take
a few doses of the Shaker Extract of Roots
(Sicgel's Srup) and health Is the result,
for it is a marvelous remedy for d)speirsla
Miss Htttie Ilauck writes from Mormon
(irove. (iravsoti anmty. Texas, Augusts,
ls4 "I am hfty earso!d this month.
and I must sa) jour medicine has proved a
wonderful uuilicine to me. When I first
rmivtil it I could not sleep nights, and I
hail a fluttering in the pit of in) stomach
I could not bear in) hand or the weight of
in) clothes on it. 1 had a throbbilig and a
' roaring in in) head. I was afraid if it con
tinued I should lose my mind. I oftentimes
thought I was too far gone to tr)- an) thing.
but jour medicine has proved a blessing to j
me. T he p nu and nils, rable feeling in ni)
I head his gone. M) head is clear ami I
i slti p soumllv every night, t can recom
I mend it with pleasure. Who would not?
j You ma) use this letter if you like. It may
' fill into some hinds afflicted as Lwas, and
I am sure the) can find relief in )our medi
cine." rllori.K TKK1TMKN.T mis COVCHs-
That the reader mav fully understand
what constitutes a good Cough and Lung
"svnip. we will sa) that Tar and Wild Cher
r) is the basis of the best remedies et dis
covered These ingredierts with several
others equall) as etlic.u lous, enter Iirgel)
into Dr Hosanko's Cough and Lung S)mp,
thus in iking it one of the most reliable now
on the market. Price 50 ct. and SI. Sam
ples free. Sold bv Ad. Hakhau- Co.
CTKK FUll I-ILKI.
Pilt-s are frequently preceded by a sense
of w eight in the back, loins and low er part
of the abdomen, causing the patient to sup
jiose he has some effection of the kidnejs
or neighboring organs. At times sjmptonis
of indigestion are present, tlatulency.uneasi-
miwd .if flii. ctiiiiij.l. nt- k inniatnrc. lit..
I mirsnimtiiin nrmltielnf a prx iHsm-eeahle
, iti.hmcr. aft. r iretnnir warm, is a common
attendant. Wind, bleeding antl itching
piles yield at once to Dr. Hosanko's I
Pile itemed), which acts direct!) upon the
pirts eff c-cteel, absorbs the tumors, alia) ing
the intense itching, and effecting a penna
nent cure. Price 50 cents. Address, The
Dr Hosanko Meitlcine Co., Piqua, O. Sold
h) Ad. Hakhans ,t Co
The liest on earth, can trill) Ik- said of
C.nggs' (iljeenne Salve, which is a sure,
safe and speeil cure for cuts, bruise's,
scalds, burns, wounds and all other sores.
Will positive!) cure pilcs.tetter and all skin
eruptions, Trj this wonder healer. Satis- i
factum guaranteed or money refunded. I
Onl) 25 cents. j
(Ireat Snrprt.e. t
Is in store for all who use Kemp's Bal
sam for the throat and lungs, the great
guarantetil rimed). Would ou believe,
that It is sold on its merits ami that each ,
druggist is authorized to refund vour money
... .1 . f .i.i 1...V..I i:.
v) me pi.quirieii in nu. vuiuiinmi leuiesi.
if it falls to cure) ou" Dr. T. J. Caller,
tlmggist. has secured the agenc) for IL
Price 50c. and SI. Trial size free.
XoiinffMen Keei.l Thla.
Tlie Voltaic Helt Co . of Marshall. Mich.,
tiller to send their celebrated Electni-Voltaic
Helt and other Klee trie Appliances on
trill for thirty d.i)s, to men ( oung and old)
afflicted with nervous debility, loss of vi
taht) and nn.ihocl, neuralgia, paral)sis.
and manv other di-eases. Complete resto
ration to health, vigor and manhiKsI guar
anteed. No risk is incurred as thirty da)s'
trial is allowtiL Write them at once for
lllustrattil pamphlet free.
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE
CcmI liver Oil. veitll llMi.heMpliItea, la
Kacellent In Liing Troublea.
Dr Enoch Calloway. LaCrange, Ga..
sa)s "I have usetl Scott's Emulsion with
wonderful ueces In all Lung troubles, also
find It has no u,ual In Summer Dtarrbua of
The Greatest Cum m FartK tnr 9mmm
relieremore qukl-lT than any other known nam-
weuln. bus , PruUe.
Iurn, tvfaJvls), Cut. Lamb
po, 1 inrUyt sorv-v. t ronvbitrt,
lUrkarbs?, snlnir Sor Throat,
ScijitiOA-. Uorjn.I. llmAj-it.
Touttuwhr. sprain.), etc rrlr.
iCU. IHHUn. SOU DT Ui
'irnirj1tsj Laation.- Th nn
lir-rlS-' aine Stiinuffofi fhl bars oar
t Trx isterrA Trvl-Mj-k Ami nr
Taeimiw tOTTatare. a t Sieyrr s Cx, Sow
lYopnctors, LaJtunorr, ild L S. A.
Dr. Unit', t'ouzh rrn Kill
Cousbm once. 1'rfceuDlv SA L't. a bottle.
Atlvire to Mothers.
Mrs nislow s "s,. , thing S) nip. for chil
dren tee thing is the prescription of one
of the liest ft male nurses ami phvsicians in
the Tinted States, ami has (nm ued for
fort) ears with never-falling success by
millions of mother, for their children. Dur
ing the process of teething its value is in
calcuable. It relieves the child from pain.
etTresdw'iiter) and tliarrlma, griping in
the bowels, and wind colic H) giving
health to thecluld it rests the mother. Price
"c a bottle
Travelers lie srn ami Land.
Change of air ami travel produces consti
pation, follow ed b) he.id.iche and a general
ilLsarrangement of the sjste-m. The nau
seated stouncli gags at a pill, while mix
tures sweet or acid are revolting. Nothing
of this kind is ever complained of in taking
Simmons Liver IJegu'ator purelj" veget
able, pleasant tt.the taste, ami its operation
upon the liver being perfect, at the same
tune so imperceptible tint it interferes with
neitlit r business or pleasure.
((.nulunte of Ontario X eterinarj- College)
Ofuck-S. W. Cor
High ami Market Stu.,
-lalls hy rtayor night
promptly attended to.
U's-asfieor the Feet
pose Must-ins Liniment only good
for horses? It is for inflamma
tion of all flesh.
Of all the Magazines.
(CONTAINING Stiriei. Poemi .nd ether Lit-s-'
erary attractions, combining Artittic, Scitn
lific and Household matters
Illustrated trith ttrujinal tetl Fngrar-
inrjn, I'AofiwnirMrr., till I'irturr ami
fine HocMfrnfj. tnaklna It theHodet
JHajaztne of America.
we f rojiMe to cli-e eor-ldenfc'.e attfctkin t th.
Important aad Hten rf lmh.. f the dsy
Eachcoprof "IiitD rest . Vf mt J Vlaiarine-tsa-t.e.ns
Coasun Ordrr etllthothehoMert thew.ee
tl in i f any pittem til i.trvt 1 In the fMtin depart
ment In thkt mimVr. In any f theUe. mano'a.-tiiretl.
Sen I twenty cec- forth rtirrent nnmherwlth Fat
tern Coupon and T usUcertainlT wth.eTSe Two IViI.
larsforayearanditttti'ntitie.lt.Ta'ue rvot St,tss7
W. Jeaimgt Demorest. Puhrsber, 17 E. Uth St-N
Is where you can get the most coat forth
least money nu can get more coal of me for
a dollar than -iny other pi ice in ton n. and you
can KCl J"il aiui iu uriirr n j..u "".
jacksi.n. you can get it or if you want Ilock-
Ing. .Muskingum, louhnigheny or i-eacocn.
you can get It of me, and tt vou wantanthra
cltecoil, I caasell you just what you want,
special attention p ltd to yjcent ind jt orders,
ami If you v. mt to buy bj the car lots, you can
buy of me at bottom prices Call by telephone
for .Cland 373
Main Onice, 140 South Market St.
South Offlce, 74 East Liberty St.
ORDERS PROMPLY FILLED
And when you fall to get what yu want it
other place,,, re member you cau get It ot
LEACH, the COAL DEALER.
.! pai.1 ttccntft
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d s. ti tuv. ti rt
ttunrsj a a evj t, muv (aid. Sun-
plrtm k tr tr n-i f ,tl cankuUri
htrUT HINIM II M).LTV1IHEY.