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MONDAY EVENING. DEC 28. 1885.
It was an old-tune ( liiistuias except in
the article of weathei. The weather foreot
What on earth has Us-ome of Private
DaUell? We haven't seen his name an.t
where ill print for more than si w.vks.
Kvrts is toine to follow lt.vk ma s,,-,,!!
on the same side of the silveriiiuMioii. Tin
senate sei'tns to In- in tlieu.it of illustrating
the intake: ".,'wli issilteni. hut silcinv is
There is ti.iw a nmioi m tlie lauidon toa
which lunir- oter llritish .lnu-. tii.it the
toriesand Iil'i-.is hate foruosl a isialitmii
agaiuM Irish home rule, liladstoue and
Parnell hate, doubtless. U.il, s-nt an
Tlif !'rt1aiis hat e luoken the .uuiiMi.'.
tit an attack u a Itulcariaii tumtier tillage.
fnn which, howeter. thet weie icpulscd
Sertia ds "ot seem tet to hate entirelt
found out how hadli slie was whipHsl. A
note dispatched to the iweis puil.-Miim
airainst this nutraire will fetcii h.i to her
Kor a rlariitc lii'imen ot 'linti.inH on
its muscle couiinend us to the Polish .11 tide
in Detroit. The Poles and the iiln-e of
that city lute liail a rol.iisi tussle foi the
ax.se.siou ot Father Kolasinski"- chinch.
The third Halite ot tlieivt. fatlu-i's name
seems to hate cot mivwl into the middle of
the business somehow. The sisteis ot the
church foucht nolilt. The elnu h is ("atli
olje. uplHs the senate slnu)d ask the piest
dent for nasons of the dismissal ..! jlie sev
eral thousand ntlieeholdcis wIiom' heads hw
ha cIiopiKil otf. Would it not sweat him
to eive them in a few hitudiedot the cases,
on principles of Ins vaunted citil-sertii-c
renotation? We hop.' the senate will take
the pains to ttorrt him liisteuouch to make
him cunvioiis of the desiucalile traud he
has lieen pi'nf'nuiin; msm hiuiselt
Since tin1 inriit iiw ers hate cot llulir.iria
. and Senia pulliil asin. the rampageous
descendants of the old "nurse ot anus" hate
simmered down in their ottu (.icve, with
an vnmiiimI wtteriin;iMil ot hliister.
They are not halt as anxious to whip Tur
key as they were when the wai 111 the Ital
ians threatened to pluck her tail ti-athci
The modern (Jrceks an' lil.mdt heroes when
unelnnly else is dome the hchtiiu:.
King Milan aix?oiitit for if tit stating that
he wan dcix-itcd lit his tlmili-s into an
oierestimate if his fmees and resources.
This mistake pretenUsI him troiu daiiciuc
inUiSotiatixselebrateliisbirthd.it. It was
si sad a mistake that it must hate sent a
tang to his royal heart to lead the news ot
how Prince Alexander the re.it went
man-fiing tuck and triumphant!) entering
that place w ith his coinMicring Iliilgars mi
the lay liefore Christinas.
Is not the Cincinnati Mm uoiking itselt
up to a suiertluoiis heat almnt "the magnifi
cent proportions of the blunder' ot liecd
of Maine? The division ot the appropria
tion committee by eight lik like a thine
toliedeiirvcatiil: but a gil main honest
republican memlKTs xotsl toi it: and lied
is not such .1 leader ot the miuoritt as to If
held resiiotisible tor then vote
his own individual course 111 the
not so luridly awful, after all. either.
'Hie president apjiomteil Dr. htcihaid to
lie stmaster at l!im. Wisconsin, to take
theplaceof an "offeiisite partisan" there.
Hi the morning lyfure Chl1tuias the doctor
presenteil hiinself at the oilic with his p.t-
-rs and tleuuiidnl ssession. The ex-
livnielf-otTensiie inisiii" who has held
the oflice for the last four tears igiioted the
demand and kicked the doctoi into the
strwL This seems to In- a ort ol back
action, reversed-hindinostlt inethl of tinn
ing the rascals out.
It was argiied by Senator Heel 111 tat.n
of silter that it will but ill -er cent more
now than it did in I1T11. Hut. it that is a
reasHi for silver, theie is a -till sfrongei
le.txin for gold: since gold will but Oil iei
iviit more tliaii ilter--that is. 411 jiei cent
more tlian iu 1711. the anruincnt iIim-s-tft
touch tlie Uestion of tiieditferi'ini' 1h
tweiti the two metals a cuciilatiiig in
diuins, at all. In tact, it proves nothing
but tliat conilu.lities Imteilisflinisl in pure,
estimateil iu either metal.
When this well-adicrtiM-d bunko game
was sprung uiuthe fannersof Clark cnm
tv we felt tliat only those who were hunger
ing and thirsting to be swindled would !'
swindled, and that the) would neter ! sat
isfied til! they were swindled: and so we
did not feel called Uniii to put olllseltes to
the trouble of any distressful outert . Men
wlmaclie all day ami he awake ot nights
thinking over plans ht wliich the) can get
Iheniseltes huuibuggisl do not deserve ant
Hut a well-known citizen ot the count),
who farms not far from spriuglield. in
bringiug toournotUv the Hnlieiuian agent
lealiug with him (when lliey tn.sl to get
him to bite and failed and vet went round
n-ing his name as of one who had 111
lest.sl iu the enterpriel. calls .itte'itmn
to the fact that this swindle of the
Vnuers while it might ! cool enough
misiicine for tlie men with 110 mote sens.'
than to swallow it, is a swindle ot their
wites and children. His appeal to have it
exjurseil for their sake, as well as foi the
general jieeuniar) welfare of the count v.
mow-, us to giie it this little blast.
It is uiHiuestionabli bunko through and
through. When a man .sum's to you and
otters to ell von 10 bushel- of oat at -111 a
liiisheL to take yinirnote toi a100. and to
give you a laiml obligating his .suniii to
but. say. 100 bushels of the . top from tho-e
oats at 10 a bushel, ton should prompt I v
set the dogs 011 him. He would get voui
lno note, sell it immediately to a biokei.
Iieket the proceeds, and leave ion to the
nii'-riif broker's tender iiierct when the
note iiiatureil. TheUuid he has git en you
is not worth the paper it is printed on.
whereas tlie note you have given, in the
hands of a third party, tratisferrisl for
value, will hold you to the iittermo-t
This Is the game that is lieing so success
fully played on the fanners intelligent
laDiier -now all oier southern Ohio. It is
,i Imiiauzu for the tiote-stiTs, as. well a
tut tlit? audits ami tin- alU'cnl imiiiimiiv.
The ltat' t.iln liuiiiltoN of tluitisauds of
lolUr? uitt of the nullities armiiul U atld
an now in ptm-essnt ilolicthis-tunt
ol two or tlm-hundred thousand, mole
KatiiH'is. this tlitnar ts. in our judgment
anil hi tlw juiltfim-nt of all wlio li.it c c
.iiuiued it. as intentional ami deliberate a
swindle as 1'uiiLo. Wlmeter true-, into it.
unless ! Is a cuntederale. will sink iiist the
iiionev In' puts ' on it.
Now. if ton want tu u,n for Itolifiiii.iu
oats, ilo not squeal to us when toil hje
t our notes to ut. "We tolil ton so."
e must not If t our resvt for (irant ami
our admiration for the noble spirit he dis-
pl.iel in the t'tuleavtir to repair jii itijus-
tliv lie siipi-oMsl lie had iloue hluul our
ei-. to the fael that Kitz-Jitlm I'orter lie
hatisl in stieh a way as to convince the
-oun-uiattial which conileiuntsl hliu ami
iiititliii-c the American people at the time
that he deserved the sentence he received.
KiU-Joliti I'orter mat not hate Ih-ch a con-
n-i traitor, hut his conduct, aetuateil hv
wluteter niotites. waseoiistnictive treason.
He was fortunate to hate fscainil with his
lite. He neter could hate hopeti to emerge
from the cloud of suspicion resting on his
character hy the aid of a repuhlican con
irtess. It was not till the democratic tutty
cut pos.st-.siou of the lower Iioilm- through
the solid south that he telitured to attempt
his t indication. Is it llkelt that the whole
1N1, AlllrrH.all ,,pie were w tons al-.ut
rltz-Jutm I'orter's case, and that tiraut
alone, alter his late comersion. was rlithf
We liehete that Kitz-.lohn Poller was
The ilemiMTatic forgert of election
leturiis at t'oluuihus, which the deimtcratic
eantassiiiK-lxiatd at that place hapiHMicd to
lie too tirtuous to count, was the artistic
raising of J to . in the hundreds" .siluuin. of
which this is a facsimile:
Hut the hliiudeiiin; foigert iereti.itsl at
piii'inet A. fouith ward, t'inciiinati. ht
which the democrats raised their 7 hundreds
to '.) hundrisls. was countiil. ami the sii
preine court of Ohio dividetl it must tie
counted. This foruert was iloue lit putting
an awkwatd rim; on top of the 7"s. making
alleosl .i- of them, as follows
ixt . 9. 9
The democrats apivar to Ik as likely to
co to pieci-s on the iler motion as on ant
other. Tlieilwuocratic sllteriti"s ot the ex
Isinsite west are on the rainiKice acaiiist
Clcteland and Manniui; for their utterances
on thcoiuace ot the creat white metal that
put man) ol them into the senate.
The Kingot Siam U eater to connect his
apital with the Chines., frontier hj rail,
and has promiseil to huild a road it the lu
IL111 cot eminent will huild the ro-ul through
Iturniali to meet the Mamese system at the
The.laMiieseare rapidlt adoptmc Wist
111 citiIi7.ition. Miss I.imla IC. IlichanK
late su'rintendeiit ot the training school
tormirses at the lloston City Hospital, is
come to Tokio tor tite earto establish
and conduct a similar institution thete. It
will lie parti) under the coternmeiit ji.it
lonace. monc the wonders of archalogical dis
snert 111 homes ol old (ireece are the se)
arate apaituicntsof the men and the women,
each with its own nieii court and common
hall and its own corridors; the h.ith-nxiui.
imteii with an immense single slab, the
water conduits and cMenis; the rojal lie.1
chamlicr: the ollic-s and uard-KNiiiis. and
the whole iuteiior of the palace of a jfreat
chief, as it was in pre-HoiutTie days.
lloston girl ilxuititiglt 1: Old! I should
sat si. Why. we can trace our ancestry
back iju tears, to the time when a Cotirlv
was hanged for witchcraft.
Denver girl: Our family goe-s back a
good many years, too. My great-gnuid-tather
was lynched for horse stealing 50
yeaisaco. Isn't it temble how they used
to iiersi'.'ute siple in olden times? Tid
""Pa." said little Eddie McDonald early
this morning, "the storm signal is up."
"'Is iu my sou:'"'
"Oh, tes. Ma says she lnund a tooth
iiick ill the front door lock this morning and
tour shoe- on tip of the bureau, and she
sats it is going to In-a colddiiy."
.tir. .Mciionaui went now n tow 11 w luiont
waiting for breHkfast. ClevelaDd Herald.
Then- is an air of decay about l'ekin
wliich extemLs eten to its temples. The
iiuint'rof lti- population is not acuratel)
known, but, according tt a ChineM' esti
mate, which is probabiy in e.xeex, it i 1,-
;;(o.ikK), of whom tMO.OOO reside in the Tar-
tarand 4(Xi.000 In the thinesc citt. There
is no dlni't foreign trade with Pekin. and
the small foreign population is made up
ol the members of the various legations,
the maritime customers, the prolessor- at
the college and the missionary bod).
A writer tells of a debilitated patient who
did not do as well on beef tea. but was cos
ilt restor.sl to health on a diet of bean soup.
The oiilv remarkable thing about this is
that the patient eter exjiected to derive
strength and nourishment trom btx-f tea
alone. Considering that we hate upwards
of a hundred thou.saud doctors, arid the
that a tert large proj-ortion of thein are
full) agreisl that licef tea i almost value
less, exi'ejit as a stimulant, it Ls surjirLsing
that people einitliiiie to look up. in it as a
A I.omloii pas'r speaks of anAuieiican
lad) wlio is driving in a carriage and six
horses through the provincial towns, at
tiactiug people ht means of her brass band
to accept her adt ice and medicine as from
the world-renowned American lad) doctor.
The same p.i-r tells of an Knglisli qmick
now trateling in America with a very lote
It toung ttoiiian. whom he exhibits as a re
sult of his medicine, which, he declares,
causes 'he tierfectlon ot her comiilexioii.
lie sells a tonic, to which he attributes the
abundance of her hair, ami drugs for the
increas.' or reduction ot tlesh to hertand
ard. lit the completion last month ot the rail
loail from C.iie Tow 11 to the South African
diamond mines at Kimlierly. steam cars
hate supplanted the tiresome stages and the
gieat ox wagons of the Dutch and Hritish
traders for alnuit 7ixj miles along the direct
mute toward the Zamliesi. The adteut ol
the I.iimotite into the ery region ttheie
Motfat and l.itiucsfone litis! amoiic le-
ntchtcd ataces is not mill an evidence ot
the substantial progress of Nititli Alnca.
lint also illustrates the impulse tint Ls now
mot nig citilie.1 nations to jienetrate new
fields of commerce with railroad'
Aitihciai leather is, ai-cotdiug to a Krencli
invention recently Invented, made by a cot
ton fablit', the vv arii threads ot wliich are
veiv light 1 twistisL and the weft threads
ot which are finer tl an usual. The fabric
is scrrabsl on Ixith sides, ami immersed in a
pieparaliou consisting of a decoction of lin
si.1, ralibit-skin glue, linseed oil, and col
oring matter. When the fabric is impreg
nated with this preparation it is stretched
ii)ioii a isilisliisl zinc plate and laid tiion a
stcam-hi-atcd hot plate, the dryiiu, lieing
oi.tinu.sl until the aqueous Mirtion is en
tiielv evaiMirateil. It is claimed that this
artificial leather is an excellent imitation ot
the 1e.1l flung
"Yes. Mr. iioodmaii." said tlie giocer to
the minister, who had dropped in for a
little chaL "as j 011 say, life is short, but
eternity is long. It tiehooves us all to so
shajie our course in this world that we may
inherit tlie blessings ot the world to come.
With me, sir, honesty iu business is not a
lilicy: it is something more than that,
something higher, something "
"Please, mister." asked a child vvitli a
shawl oter her head, "luis yer got ant next
yeur"s maple sugar?"
"Well, sissy," hesitated the grocer, with
rather a dubious look in the direction of the
dominie, "it's a trifle early iu the season
vet, but 1 may have a little m haud. How
much do you wanl?" ew York Sun.
PRANKS PLAYED BY THUNDERBOLTS
AMONG THE TREES.
OHkOi KIm. I. "I trees Mu.t. .Sin... I.lkelr
To lie luii.reil Tliiili lllliers A
Oltrtr' Niiles snii I'u- al
rioils I'm. Is.
All who hate been in a forest diinug a
thuudci storm hate witnessed the pranks
of lightning among the lives An Diglish
engineer who spent s.v eial tears iu tlii
counirt thus writes 011 the sub eel Dur
ing surveys in the forests of the-1 uited
Mates, when 1 necessarily liteluuder
canias. I often had tlie opportunity of
witnessing the e:iits of lightning on
trees, and my ccricmes lead me to be
lieve that trees ate only destroyed by
lightning when thcy'liavc been previously
wetted by the rain.'
A sojourner in the woods, whether he
is taken iu pursuit of game or with tho
obje t ot prospecting for timber, miner
al. aud land is always careful to erect
his tenl uuder a short thick lice in order
to escape the danger of lightning or of
trees falling and bringing down others in
their wat oil him. u d it was often ihile
thus situated 1 uoticed after stormy
uights when lightning and thunder
were accompanied by ram that many
treei hud fallen. 1 lie rciort of tlie
snappiug ol the trunks would remind
one of that of tlie finug of n cannon, and
when lightning aud thuuder were not ac
com auied by rain iin the immidiate
locaiitf of our tamp at any iate no trcei
had been struck. I infer from the same
observations thai the lightuing always
trikesthe tallest trees, whatever their
upecies may be. for the Li'lcr white pines
and pnplari were most otlen seen de
stroyeil and the shorter uiapiis, linden,
birch trees elc. . raiely so alo that the
sap tietweeu the wooil aud the bark of
the tree does not iucieasc the 1 hance of
AN IIHsKMlKIt ' Miri.s.
A gentleman counfLleil with tlie new
liotauical ganlens suggests that the mete
orological oilices iu "dillere'it countries
colle. I reliable data embody nig the ob
inflations of dillerent peisons as to tho
particular ciriuuisiaueos attending thun
der storms during which more or less in
jury has lieeu done trees lie states ai
the result ot his own observation thai cer
tain kinds of trees are much mure likely
lo be injured by lightuing than olbers.
which goes to show tiiat 'hey are vert
poor condui tois of electricit) The on
dition ol the tree tu regard to age and
vigor has also, in his opinion much lo do
iu making it a good or bad condiiitor in
a communication to a London paper he
says The comparative coiiduitiility of
ditlcreat trees is not wholly, in mi opin
ion. a iuetion of siiecies The sunt
secies at di ercnt stages of growth and
growiug under dillerent cin iimstances.
will exhibit widely iliilen lit degicis of
Doubtless the baldness, of the wood aud
the character of the gram, aud also the
character of the ramification, have much
to do with that resistaine to the ehclnc
lluid winch results 1:1 damage to limbs or
trunk Hi me probably why the oak,
which is remarkable tortile geneial c.ose
oess and hardness ot its gr.i n. and tlie
ruggtsiness and contortion of its ramifica
tion, so frequently Mi !ers. while soft
wooded trees, like the poplars, escape
Hut younger oaks uuder the same circum
stances miglil escaie. wh.le older ami
harder and drier ticcs would Is' broken
by the electric lluid A mis ale com
monly made is to sieak ot ccrtaiu trees
lieing -struck" by lightning, the word
"struck" ticiug only applied lo those trees
that are injUreJ by'ligtilning Thousands
of tnsM are struck during etcry thuuder
storm that takis p!m cover iumdv conn
try but, ln'iug stiuik uolseles'ly and
wdhout resulting in ury they arc not
tiutii ciL It is doubiless the suptriur or
inferior condiictne pow.r of a tree winch
subjects it to or exempts it trom, harm
from lightning, but it is the greater or
less moisturt of the branches ajil trunk
which regulates the tonduitiie power
l.MM.MIi.x .ISP M.lHIIITl.
The form of a tree. too. has much to do
with its exemption from hurtful stiokes.
The I.ombar !y poplar is about the best
form bc.au.se its branches, pointed up
ward, are like o mauy lightning ion
ductor-i. The oak is about the worst foim.
bexause its brauches and limbs are nearly
always iin those trees, which arc mostly
damageJ placed ai ross the course of the
electric fluid. The I.ombardy poplar
also is of mui li moistcr and softer sub
stance than the oak. and .-misequently
giies freer passage to the electricity
The lst couducrurs of electricity are
not those that are "struck" lit a discharge
from a cloud, but those which silently
convey it to the larth without being
shattered or injured in any way That
many trees do th.s seems certain. In all
probability trees whose leaves present
many sharp points are the best conductors
of elcctrinty 1 ach point attracts elec
tricity, and" is the means of directing it
through the branch and trunk to the
earth The amoutit conveyed by each is
o small that no part of the tree sustains
any damage Leaves like those of the
holly tree arc admirably formed for at
tracting electricity. The punts on the
foliage of fir are of the desired shape to
attract electricity, but the re-in in the tir
tree serves to make it a poor conductor
In a flat and nearly le-el country like
our wt-teru jirairics lightning does not
always "strike" the highest objects It
sometimes enters the side of a building
instead of (lis barging itself on the chim
ney, the highest place on the roof, or
other projecting point The presence of
suitable trees next a house, or at some
distance from it iu the dire, lion toward
the course of the prevailing thuuder
clouds, would serve to protect the dwell
ing. Trees that are better conductors
than the materia's of which buildings are
composed would pr tecl them as well as
Menu. Iu Keil-llut Itiiller.
A boiler has lieen rns.de in Krance iu
which the metallic surface expo-ed to fire
does not touch the water. The boiler, it
is said can not become ret! hot. but is en
velojied all oter by the same tems;rature.
The vaiKjrialion ' is tery great, aud the
last drop of water can tie converted into
steam without any danger of explosion.
Illiss a.t.t II41I I'.iltee l"ar Asui.iler.
rNew- Y"rk HeruM '
Ilev David wiug proclaims the fact
that "putting an egg mto colfee to make
it clear is still an active humbug,'' aud
that "although the nineteenth century is
Hearing its close it. bia'e has not yet
sinned into the cotlee pot "
;mm to re....s)i ....i.
Ils-lruit Frs. l'rs-ss I "
A southern paper says that Cod is good
to I'enusylvan a. for when the whales ran
scarce iielrolctim wat discovered, and just
as cheap southern coa! aud good iron ore
threaten to undersell the Pennsylvania
mines natural gas was found
llt.is!on Tf.Ti.1.1 '
Secretary Kndicolt lielicvcs with justice,
thai sacrificing good mens lives in Arctic
e.xeditious whose results are limited to
obtaining materials for lectures and
curiosities for dime museums is wicked
waste Let him stick to iL
In Knslaud w heticver a politician does
anythitig vv Inch doesn t licar the seal of
approved precedent, which impresses the
people as rude or revolutionary, he is said
to be "AnicricaniziiiK Knglish K)lilics
lust as we talk about "Jleiuini.in" our
Pliilad lldiis Tnn-s '
Those also aie iiri.ni:, poets and all.
who attribute autumn's colors to tlie
agency of frost. Leaves riten. like
cherries aud peaches. siuii!y liecause it is
their nature lo do so and this ripening
may liegin as early as duly.
The l'rs In I. ..Iin.
The teil circulation of the vernacular
press of ludia is estimated at about l')U,
000 an amazingly low figure when com
pared with the vast population among
which it circulates. The Hindus care
nothing for the date of a paper, and read
it u long m it bold together.
A QUESTION ABOUT
Brow lis Iron
Thqo.tioti h sr.rJr tn uk! tb.inJ
1.1 turn -Il.m on BrownV. Irun B.tt'r cur ri
Mux W1L It 4l But It diss; jurs nl 'l""
I. hUh riitJ phjsioltn w.Jd pr:nl l"
Itu.icUnt rcoiie Ir. tti" ts.t ntorti
mil kn.n-n to ttn. pn.l.wi nd InJoirr ..I aj
lrJio clrulcl rm "ill oliillt ltiirtsl
ttut lbr n ra. printl.U t inm to" Q
rtbr ub.tiir osJ in mlK:lii Taw 1 ! con
rlnsKrlr tnl ir. VI lkO'UUl ! b tnt
tmp.wtntlcl.ir.nucomfulm-di'llirrtls 11 .
n.r. 4 rmrkbl fct lhljiri. to lb" Jitss.
rrul llUlV.N'MlltO' IIITT-:lts;nO-rtt
Lf Mtuf aclorj iron ooitinAl.ua bd r lsn l.mn.1
BROWN'S IRON BinER..
tuidMh. or prnduos cnoetipalksn ll other irD
.arm Indlirxlon, nilUaaneM. WmVnfM.
PtspepnlK, .Vlnlnrlit, Chills nd Kereiss,
ftll tnM allmcnu Inm lit prtsvritMsl dilj
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.rSr f.1
minats Uku all otber thornarh mMicinM. It !
Lmlj Vbn ukn br . Ibf first wn.r'" '
tsriDt in nnlfinj Tbf mawtis.th.sitssis'm"
nmn-r. tb di-itum Iraprotiss the tswrf rf rtlr"
In mntbffrfctUaaiiillTmir"npiil ndmrk"l
The.)! tMsxln at unci, lo tirlxhtpn. the skin clears
up haltbj Cil. come t,i the rh-k. nnrrnosnes
dipissra, fanrtlimtl nranmitN tssrotn nsro
bir. and if a nnrsinc roittipr, abundant aiinancr
Is iiQpiilsl for lh child Itcranits-T Bnmn'a lew
flitters lathe l)M,V .nui nMsticin that la n4 iu
furiOUM. J-AV!'..1!'." irsvi,f rriisa. if
Tbe IWnutne baa Trade Mark and CT"sst red tine.
onwrapw-r T.IKK Xrt IITIIKK-
Father, Molher, and Three auter Bead.
Jlr. Ilavid t;iayixl, formerly Sergeant-it-Armsofthc
New Jersey Senate, and now
Notarv Public at Cedarville, t'omlierUnd
Co., .J, makes tlie following startling
statement: "My fattier, mother.and three
sLsters all died with consumption, and my
lungstiereboweak I raised bliHsi.-Kobody
thought I could live. My work (shii
smithinglwas very straining on n:e w itli niy
weak ixnstitution,and I was rapidly golnc
to the grave. While in this condition I
commenced using llishler's Herb Hitters,
and it saved my life. Because it was so
difficult to get It in this little place, and 1
had improved so much, I stopjeti taking it
for a time, and the result is that I havi
commenced going lapidlydotin hill again
Somehow, Mishler'a Herb Hitters gives
jjijietite and strengthens and builds me tip
as nothing else does, ami 1 must have 1.
dozen bottles at once. Use this commu
nication as you please, and if any one wants
to be convinced cf its truth, let'tlicm it rite
me and I will make affidavit to it, for 1
owe my life to Jlishler's Herb Hitters."
The'secret of the almost invariable relief
and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar
rhoea, dyspeiwia, indigestion, kidney and
liver complaints, when Miliier'sHerb
Bitters is used, is that it contains pimple,
harmless, and yet iKiwerful ingredients,
that act on the blood, kidneys, and liver,
and through them strengthens and invigor
ites the whole system. Ihtrely vegetaMe
in its composition; prepared by a regular
physician; a standard medicinal prepara
ioii; endorsed by physicians and dnip
Jsfa. Thcsearefourstrongfioints infavor
of Mishler's Herb Hitters. Jlishler's Htrl.
Hitters is sold bv all druggists. Price Jl-00
per large Isottle". fi lmttles for $5.00.
Aak Tour dmasjwt for MMHTrft'a Hi lti. RrrrTJul
'f be d.i oil k.ssp rt, do not tak antthmc .nt
-nd a p.tal ran lo Miuiixb llriu) BimuOn,
JS Ommerce HtnwC PhilsdeUibu..
It nttiiiV -wn ftmtdy. mde from riKnugah
frM Intra tb -orfiU ofi;rH)ri. The methM bv
which It in wd w t.MVnrd by a filf-brv-J
from theCrftk Indians bo Ubabltcsl a rritain
p-trtlon of Georgia which w cnnaiinifatM to
one of thf earlj Millers, and thut tlif for.uula has
t-PD hind5i drtn to the pr-ot day Thaloe
cut rprewD the method of manufacturA -twenty
yaaraniro, by Mr C T Swift, o e of the prwieot
pr.prieton The demand baa been gradually in
creasing until aJKO.O 0 Itt-oratory i now necea
aary to lupply the trade A foreign demand ha
be created, and enlarged facilities will be nec
uary to meet it. This great
Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Ec
zema, Licern, itiieuma
tisni, Blood Taint,
here-litarj or otherwise, without the use of Mer
cury -r Potih,
Kiokt on "Conlafioua litis d I'oiaon ' and od
"Blcsl and Skin Diaeuea" milled free.
For isle br all'lru ists
THE SWIFT SI'ECIKIC CO.,
S. Y..117W ZSil Ht Draw. r J Atlanta. i
W. S. GRIM,
B.A. ic e :r,
21 S. Market St.
Pure Fresh Home-made Can
' dies, etc.
The Iliitisli Hiinnali ntilniniis retitnietl ;
jier cent. iliviuVmN last vr.ir, ami have paitl
a pjt inteifst since tlie d,i they viere'
W royal ita
RICE 6c COM
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
ATTllRSkr AT Law.
it -Main St.
. 1TTIIKNKT IT Law.
Southeast comer Main aud Umestnne.
1) J. Cl.r: K.MiKli,
1 ATT.IKMV AT LOT.
Xii. 11 Arcade.
ATTOHNFV AT L",
S Smth Market St.
ltoiims ,i A 6. Mitchell Mock.
t A. S.MAI.I.KV.
On Market street, oier heiity's Meat store.
Ibioms li A IT. Arcade lluildluj:.
T II. MOKIils,
II South Market St.
S. K. C.r. Main and Market Sti 1 1
T H. SVIITII.
If . M.KTIS III' II'MISI. TIITI1 CaTPED
M.i.'iiir Hull. line.
Hs.. I.IMItm KKIt. v, and 57 Arcade. Print
er. Knsniier ami Fashionable .-tatlnner.
Weddtm: jishIs and ealltiu; cards a specialty.
IVm.M.Ksti fk. I'mp. N'. WimiiBir, Man't'r
First elassW'ork at Fair 1'riies 5!S..Mrket.
sCPrRIUR JOB ritlSTFK.
I'osternork specialties. 31 X! A K, S. Market.
)KTKK II ALU
110 W. Main st.
I 1. IIKNI-rTT. l-MIKIITlKKIt.
.1 . Ottlt-e and Ware rooms. Limestone St., bet
.Main and court house. Kes. li: W. Columbia.
PA. srillMll.KIti so.V.
Special attention paid to I'lidertakinc
and Hmtiatmini; -I Fisher street.
1IT A. :itss X CO., 1'MlKltTAKKK.s.
IT Omce and tVareroom. to VV. Main st.
Hesldenee IK W . Illsh st.
RKKIi KVI.I'II. "t W Main st. Dealers
In and l'nbllshersof AdrertlsInK Xoveltlea.
Cbromo Cards, etc. Also Job Frlnters.
H. U HM'kHri.t. FrtnpR.KTOR,
Hijib. M.irket aud Wa.sliintoa trvts.
Store fixtures a specialty. 2. X. Center St.
T T. !.KKKK,
3 V. Washington street.
ART AND ARTISTS.
1 ARrisT IS CRITOS ASDOlL,
Kntrance. Williams' Art Store. & K. Main St.
Miss IMM. Vl-s sTflllll.
Oil. Water Colors, China and Lustre Paint
In and Crapmlng. Koom H, Mitchell Ittock.
l MlCHIMST. ISDC.ISl.RAL JOB wt.RK nnSR.
17 X. Center at.
I ,i. iin ki:y.
Ll. Practical Machinist and lieneralJobShop,
r" aud t E. Washlncton st.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
r A. SVIITII,
PHTSICMS ASP SVRGM1V.
2S.S W. Main ft. Residence :m W. Main.
AL'srix A itoiisii.v,
PHVSlCIASs AND Sl'Ri'.FOSS.
liw West Main St.
KS. IIIM.1. 1. Ill'I.IC'K,
Telephone 1 W. Xo. M East Illuh St.
. KHYSICIAS AM STROIOV.
H E. lllith M. Kesideuce 177 Center St.
. rmstCllN" ASDOTMCIIUSIIST,
76 W. Main St.
S W. lllch street.
r VV. II AM..
SlKt.HIS ASP rilTSlCIIS.
" ;it::3i7tosP.,n MK-mst.
REaL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
rit'K A IIM.l.s,
Ileal Estate Loan and Insurance Agents.
Koom Xo. t. Laicotida It.ink Itullittni;.
Xo. 9 Arcade.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
'pllK annual infttlnt: of thr 'iti'okJ'nldtTs of
I tht I rlMiu Camp M'tiiiK -HHoci:ition will
b lirld at tli
uRIiv of II 1 ami H 31 CroH,
I rtiaua. otiio,
Monday, Jannarj 4, 1SS4,
.AtuVlock p. in , for tli purpose vt Hectint
dire-trs f.tr tlie ft'nsuins year,
liyurderof the Hoard. II. M. CROW,
Wi'.lpii-lfr-h. BLOOD, rer
Ul i tlie LIVER andkipMrVt
lia llRSTOUAv TIIK UasaU.Tl
and viooa ..f TOtrXK. Vl
eptia. wasiorAppeiiw. 11
dltreaitoa, I.ick of Strencvl
-...t nriu: -daiii
rirtsd Ieellnr abaolute!
cured. Bone a, niuacles an
Derre receiT nworc.
li. ire 114 the mintt an
..as.lla.a llHln PnSMI
j aa-fc m Kf ui. itt.ra vkmis !
LMlICOrn-D'l&rlo their ell
tad tnSK. UAKTtB-aiaON TOITXO Bate u
ipee4y cure. Oi et a clear, healtiiT Coraple-Joi
7reiaent attempts at count rfeltlDjc only ad
jnt rtt okintNAL amd But.
8 oar addnat toTb Ife IUiW Ma&Oa
i...i:..o- L's.... E.-1.1 11 r.i..- ... l.iiieil Itimts. Felt mill Hiiv'r Tin: l.t
.' '".' V," "" "iw r iu nuiipurs. w 1 I I ,, , s .. . .... ,....... :i: KHriner'HTop Stile ran. Kip ami i.aier
..Of worth Ladles' Flue Kid l.utton TS I ais" ai il 0 I'nu.r IhMits lfcK ami Youtli-S Top Sole
oo h worked holes, .'.:, Ladles' Fine Z-" ,Jfc 2 Ss' i 1 ' .n. S Calf, Kid and VVat-r I'nwr llots: Mens',
1 eh i le llutton Hoots, l to 1.23. Miss L's F ,V3 ffi,;,I m I S, Indies', Youth's, Misses' aril C!..Mrer.
n'.e ubiZl ,LUtt,ton. L100 1-- L Lai es'an Ue V Ms e" ,,m Vh '.,, l",,'"r " i'toni Work ...a.li- to
Child s l'el.he School Boot, S-ll . ,"kiV Ue ies an P Vl' " Huhl.er and LeaM.er repairini;
m.eB,WL,,,flJ!,-r.llw' " W 1' Fee Line" VroStl KuuCr some- ''' Our pnees are as low as lln-'lovt.-.t
Child sited Top "Sea Tip" Hoots, S 10 .. KaliJV,,, S'lKa Vhied Br r!V'Ut "1 '"SS ST B r
ii, ...i. stock is wiirih herore made int. Iseware of
38 EAST MAIN STREET. FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
U'AKM LIXK1) ;001S: l.ailit
jeiiow paper aiiTerusers.
38 EAST MAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD, O.
PREPARE TOR 1886.
Excelsior Diaries for 1886,
Quotation Calendars for 1886,
Hagerstown Almanacks for 1886,
International S. S. Lesson Calendars for 1886,
Peloubet's Select Notes on S. S. Lessons for 1886.
Vincent & Hurlbut's Commentary on S. S. Lessons for 1886.
Ledgers, Journals. Day Books, Cash Books, Invoice Books.
Bill Books, Letter Books, Blank Notes, Blank Receipts. Blank
Drafts. Counting Room and Bank Ticklers, Pass Books. Mem
orandum Books, Order Books. Butchers' Books, Grocers'
Books, Pens, Penholders, Lead Pencils, Erasers, Rubber
Bands, -Gummed Labels. String Tags, Shipping Tags, Inks of
all kinds, Mucilage, Letter Presses, Copy Brushes, Water
Bowls. Blotting Paper. Letter and Invoice Filing Cases. &c.
&c., &c., &c. &c.
ALL KINDS OF OFFICE SUPPLIES AT
G. H. PIERCE & CO., LEADING BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
No. 13 Soutli "rVTia.rli.ot St.. Spirlza.Bfi.oica.. 0.
T l r-Z i? ViVV T
Caps, Gloves. Furs, Neckties,'
Suspenders, Umbrellas, Rugs.
Satchels, Robes, Cloaks, ,
Handkerchiefs and Mufflers.
T. M. Giigenheim.
W. A. GROSS & CO.,
46 West Main St.
W r supplied with a full Iin ol UnderU
ken (iooii( from the cheapest to the ticwt lo
Our Ernbtlniprs are graduate! with diploma.
AllialU promptly attfndetl, dar or night. ;iat- j
iaf action Ruamut v-1 in erery ct?f. Finest turn- j
out in the rouutj. '
Is whrre you can c't thr mt toal for tlie
leant money. You can t;t inori- coal o( rnr lor ,
a dollar than any other place tu t--n, anl you
can Kt Jut what u order Uiouwatit1
Jackson, you can ut it. or i( im want ll.-ck-i
Inr. Mutkincum. YoushioKlii'iiy i-r IVacm-k.
you can get it of me, and if u want anthnt
cite coal. I can lell you just what you want.
Special attention pahl to '.o cent and il oriters,
and if you want to buy by tht car lot', ucau !
buy of me at bottom prices, tall by telephoue i
Main Offlo, 140 South Markft St.
Soath OtTlre, 74 YX Liberty St. ''
ORDERS PROMPLY FILLED
And when you fail to ft what ou wautat
other places, remember you r;iu t;et it of
leach, the coal dealer'
NOTICK TO CONTKArTOKs.
SEALKIl proposals will be receded at the of
fice of the City Clerk of the city of irin;;
field. Onto, for furnish. nii: materials andcon
structinj; the main scwr of so much of the
ttreenmount .sewer district, or sewer district
No. 2.rs lies on and is for Foster street be
tween Main street and the interception sewer,
south and nearly parallel with the cnenil
course of Kuck creek, according to the plans,
profiles and specifications therefor on file in
the office of theCivll Kuiueer of said city.
AH bids must be for furnishing all the ma
tenalsand completins the work according t
said plans, profiles and specifications, must
state price for labor, and material separately,
must be signed by the full name of all persons
Interested in said Ud and shall also be signed
by some responsible disinterested person asa
guarantee that u contrail will be entered into
undche work performed, provided said bid is
accepted, and must be on file with the City
Clerk on or before twele o'clock, noon, ot
Tuesday, the d day of December. IViS, to be
opened aud publicly read immediately after V2
o clock, noon, of said day, in the presence ot
the City Clerk, Mayor, City Knsiueer aud As
slstaiit City Knjclneer, or any two of them, and
reported to Council bvthe City Clerk at the
first rejcular meeting of Council thereafter
The Council reserves the rf Kht to reject auy or
all proposals go received for any reasou they
may deem sufficient.
By order of Council,
J. S. sacwALnn.Clty Cleric.
iv. ...I t'n Itnttun aiiiironirri't' (l.io, w
. :.' .S'.'.r.O: (.cntH' Fine Call I..H...$!.r.o,
Fine !Iat. Knr ais. Neckwear. Muffler,
llanilkerchiets. Snsjienilers. (.love-v, Collars
anil Cliffs. Cut! Huttons. Searf 1'ins. silk
rinlirelljs. Canes, etc. Kltn;antass.irtnieiit
.if aUive i;inl at
Fulton & Hypes. 6 1-2 E. Main.
R. P.Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS
A Delightful. Refreshing
ai III I
KM'IIJKLY r ew :
I tor tlie li i.s ainl n Hness of the skin, ccasionetl In colli weather .ml raw iv.n.ls,
it is i iis'iriMss,st .mil. c. inf.. urn.; no creasi' or oil. vril! nut s.n! ttie nitr ilea, ate f iSnes,
I. .iilu-s i.sin; the IVrsi.ui Ikilni. will titnl it a vahiahle auxliiarv to the use of toilet
IH.wtlei. reiuli : i it mi istlile 15 anil 2."i cents a Imttli. -"solil bv
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.. Dnigsists,
23 East Main St..
J. Leuty's Sons.
PAUCE MEAT MARKET !
j Handsomest and txt eqaf pped Daily Meat Mar
1 ket in the sttte. IVt IWef. Mutton, Veal, Lamb
and .-all Meats to be hid anywhere. Custom oor
' gained always retained.
' urn. to -inuth Market St. I
Read this Carefully.
The follow tn;; letter from awell-known West- '
i ern lady explains itself aud is worthy of care- j
l fill re.idiim
I 1 wish to say t" the sii k and those that are i
feeble and we.tk from ai. -ause whatever that '
in all the oeihul iry nt medicines they will
I find the im.-.t irtue and the greatest benefit
frttm Parker's Ttiit- I ha been an Invalid
f.tr fieorsi r.irs past, and ten up to die
j bythe nut sktlltul phvsinans ot Kansasand
; Colorado, but l'arker- Tonic has kept me
alne.and mi-ed me up after eerythtmr els (
; failed. I hae oncatite heart disease, combined ,
twith spmal aud xreat nervous debility. and ,
I haxecold sinking sptlNwith no puSe, and the ,
onlynifdHine that will brum on a reaction Is
Parker's Tome. 1 have nexerkuown it to fail
j in curing rold if takeu tn time, and it will re-
liex e pain iuiekr than anv remedy I haxeexer
I tried. I "end vu this tecaiie I would llkefor
others to know how much Kt-od it has done
line It is just as oim1 for rhtldren. Try it
i and beeonxtiiced.'-MK. U. 111 LTZ. Loius-
ille. Kansas. r.O. ll i"
l'arker's Tonie .
'Prepared by llieo A Co.. NY1 j
Sold by all dnutstsin lare bottle.sat one
PRACTICAL lUCISH'TH, I03SE S1DEI,
Aud (fenmrnl Krp.iirinff Dune.
r J5i. '
and Healing Application for
m I I "
race ana Lips,
OLD RELI' BLE
J. D. Smith Company
tilub Hulhlinj;. t'r.W, IIiKti st.
aiiI WhIuiiI lllo-y.
Btuk Book Work il Ltral lll.aia a aprrlaltr.
Are purely A ratable in tlieir com'iosition.
ami tliorougb ia tlieir orwratioti. Th.-y do
not debilitate the Lier by excessive stim
ulation, and are not irritating in their
action. The Importance of these Pill in
arousing the Stomach, Liver, and lloweN,
to the proper performance of their func
tions cannot be overestimated. They will
Promote the Appetite,
and restore health End strength to weak
and enfeebled systems.
" Kor four ears I was creatlv troubled
with Djapepsia; partof thet'uiesobaillv
I could retain little or no fixx. on my
Momach. I commenced ti-ini Ajer's
Tills, dietini: melf at the fame tiinel ami
effected a j'rmaneut cure. I am now u
joinsT perfect health.
THOMAS ). JEXKIXS.
Vro inci " in n. Mas.
"Kor over a jear I was afflicted with
Liter and tiniach trouble, atnl failrtl to
r'nd n-lief until I enniineiii'. d iwn Ajer's
rill. Two lwc . i.( 'use l'ill h.ne re
stored my Liver to a In alt by condition,
and I can now eat without being dis
tressed." A. J. JOXES. Iluxport, Me.
OB. 3. C. AYOi &, CO., Lowell. Xm
Sold by all Druggist.