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REPUBLIC, TUESDAY EYEJsTjSTG FEBEUAEY 1. 1887,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAY. FEBRUARY I, '87.
THE LAUGHING HIT, ,
A RAG BABY,;
BY CHAS. H. HOYT,
Author of "A Tin Soldier.' "A Bunch of
Keys" and "A Hole In the Ground."
Ah "OLD SPOKT." '
IlejJete with new music, new scenery j
and side-splitting situations. Old Snort, .
Tony Jay, Venus, the Three Innocents, '
the Three Terrible, the Scioolinann,
Handsome, the homeliest dog alive; all i
the favorites wilt be there. !
"r.ef Wa Orasn th TTanrl That Grained
cn: . " "nl, if nnioV
Sullivan's." Grab it Quick,
Trices. 75, 50 and 25c Seats now on
sale at II arris's cigar store.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
FITLI.ER Tltl'MP, Maniac".
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
February 4 and 5, '87.
America's Accomplished Actor, Mr.
Supported by &princllcld'attTe Artiste,
MISS NETTIE VAN SICKLE
And bis Excellent Company, will present
Jlxyo and Wilson's betutiful roman
tic play n five acts, entitled.
Pa I aT" f r C aT f I
U f J fl, Im IK I I
Pronounced by the press anl iiuMic ery-
wnere lo be me
Best Play of the
-Prt ee i. 75. 50 and 25a.
at llarris's clear store.
Seats now on sale '
RAILBOAD TIME CARD.
Cl-vctfamd. Colnmbos, Cincinnati
8 NUht Express '1.30 am
12 New York A Boston Eipress V35 am
2 Cleveland Jc Eastern Express S.40 pm
4 New York Limited Express . pm
9 Night Express..
7 b'pg..Cln. i Wes. Ex.
1 Co. f lying lIuoKeje.
t laeinnatl A ludiansDuUs Eiiirrss...l
3 ClfTKUndi Cincinnati Express 1.3.1pm
CtntL, Ind-St. Louis 4 Kan. Ex ....S5 pm
nuti racH X4i.
9 Sight Express ... SJSara
1 Cln Hying lluckeye. ... 7Joam
Clereland Jt Cincinnati Express l-' pm
Mew Vork. Boston i Cincinnati Ex..U pm
null now SUCTH.
8 Night Express 15 am
St Dtyioa. Sprliigtteld Accom. Ir't 9 US am
II New York & Boston Limited Jj am
1 Cleveland A Eastern Express. 3.40 pm
25 Cincinnati X Springfield Accom - 5 J- pm
it New York Limited Express 9.S pm
So. 12 has through sleepers to New York and
Boston without change.
No. 4 Is the famous limited express, com
posed entirely ot sleeper, east ot Cleveland.
Through sleepers from Springfield. Makes
New York ts 20H hours and Boston In 244
No. 27 has free Reclining Chair car to St.
Louis without chance.
0. U. KNIGHT.
R. K. Ticket and Ocean Steamship Agent,
A. J. SMITH. Arcade liepot.
Q. P. A. bprlngfield. 0.
tndlua, Bloomlnftnn and Western Kail-road.
axxiTi rxou iast.
1 Night Ex 1:55 am
7 Sandusky Mall 7:55 am
6 Pacific Mall and Ex 10:40 am
t Kansas City Ex 5.-05 pm
2 Columbas "" 2:20 am
4 Atlantic Mall 9:45 am
8 Sandusky Mall 1:25 pm
6 New York Limited 9:45 pm
A1KITZ rOM WIST.
2 Eastern Ex iSS am
4 Atlantic Mall 9:33 am
6 New York Limited 9:35 pm
1 Night Express 2:15 am
5 Pacific Mall .. 10.50 am
S Kansas City Ei 5:15 pm
aun raov xoitb.
1 Cincinnati Ex 1:15 am
5 Kenton Accommodation.. . 9:25 am
3 Columbus Mall 1:15 pm
2 Lakeside Ex 2:45 am
4 Put-tn Bay Ex 10:00 am
5 Sandusky Ex 5:35 pm
Ohio Southern Railroad.
I Mall and Ex-
. 4:30 pm
i Balnbridge Accom-
1 Mall and Ex-
. 10:25 am
t Balnbridge Accom-
Trains marked thus run dally; all other
tral-s dally except Sunday.
Tj 4n No. 1 has a through coach for Lincoln,
Nel nd through sleeper between Springfield
Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair
ears for Peoria, and through sleeper from In
Olanapolls to Chicago.
Train No. 5 has elegant new Woodruff sleeper
(except 6atorday) through from Columbus to
St. Paul and Minneapolis; also through coach
from Columbus to Kansas City, and chair cars
bttwien Columbus and Burlington, Iowa.
Ail through trains on main line both east
ana west have through sleepers and chair cars
between Columbus and Peoria.
C.E. HENDERSON, General Manager.
H. M. BKONSON. Gen. Ticket Agent
D. H. KOACH, General Agent
WM. UEFFKRMAN. Ticket Agent.
ritta Otn. Dt. Loali B. Jil M. DItI
1 Jut Line
II 3nla Accom .-
9 Western Express-
. 1:K a. m.
. 10 JO a.m.
7 Ci- cln-ttl E press-
. :1U p. m.
AKS1V1 raoK VIST.
10 Xenla Aceoc
6 Eastern Exnreis..
. 10:2i a. m
.. 5 '0 p.m.
2 united Exrr-
It Columbus sndHlchmondCMall
Dully. tOally xcept Sunday.
Irslns Nos. 11 and 9 run solid to Richmond.
Train No. 9 has chair car from Springfield to
'1 rains Nos. 6 and 2 run solid lrom Rich
mond to Springfield.
No. A has chair car from St. Louis and points
west losprlogfieldttlthou change
We make fast tims and sure connections.
Take a ride with us.
Sax. Dudds. Ticket Agent.
J. Y Peim. Ohio B. B
All trains run on Central time 25 minutes
slower than city time.
TRAINS ABRIVI rKOM THE EAST.
No. 1 Cln. A St Louis Ex.. dally .... 1:41 a. m
" 1. Accom-dally except Suiiday-l''J5 a. m
" 5. St Louis Ex daily 4:17 p. m
TKAIXS LEAVE GOISO TAST.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally.. ..10:42 a.m.
2. Accom, dallyexceptSunday-517 p m
12. Atlantic Ex.. daily - 2:25 a. m.
TXAINS ARRIVE TROU THE WEsT.
No. 4. St. Louis Limited. daily l:40a. m
" 2. Accom-daHyexceptunday 5:05 p. m.
" 12. New York Ex . daily. 2:15 a. m
TRAINS MAVI GOlSt. WEsT.
No. 3. Cln. i St Louis Ex.. daily 1-47 a. m
1. Accom-dally except Sunday lo 4" a. m.
" 5. St Louis Ex.. daily. ... 4 iv p. m.
No.4 has sleepers, but nocUange ot cars in
eithercase through to New York No '.has
through sleepers to St Louis All tra.ns ar
rive and depart from 1. 11. A; W. depot In this
For tickets to all points and further InJor
matlon, callon J 1). Phle(,er.
Agent, 72 Arcade.
applied to any kind of pain or mjkxes, Ixutuit
relief t felt. Ine Eek- Bid or Hip, Sore Mm
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j Dr. William C. Tait. veterinary surgeon,
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!ftt A aad reliable Medicinen are tuebest
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A syndicate of Xew York capitalists hrs
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this isitential medicine cures and prevents
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weakness and other complaints. Physicians
also commend it as a medicated stimulant ;
and remedy. '
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Chicago. Portage and Superior llailruad for
violation of contract
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Experiments in hypnotism in Paris have
determined that criminals put under the ;
influence can be made to confess their
What a truly beautiful world we live In j
Nature gives tis grandeur of mountains,
glens and oceans, ami thousands of means
of enjoyment We can desire no better
when in perfect livalth; but how often do
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disheartened, discouraged and worn out
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per cent of such maladies as biliousness,
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pitation of the lieait and other distressing
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A credit will be asked of the Austrian
Ileichsrath for the complete arming of the
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3 ij and are prevented by Dys
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They are & positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
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Indications are that the price of coke will
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The next cheap excursion to California
points will leave Springfield vip the Bee
Line C. C. C. it I. railwav on February
nth. t hoice of .several routes r. given,
both going and returning. Complete
itliierarj s of the trip, giving full informa
tion regarding slops, limit of tickets, route
and ottier matters of interest, can be had
: niMiii application to the Bee Line ollice.
I These excursions leave Kansas City at 3:i."
I .p. m. The Bee Line is the only line out of
Springfield that connects at Kansas City
without lying over night Free reclining
. cliair cars are guarantee! to Kansas City.
llaviiie Mild oter svvrnty-five California
tickets witliln tlie past fetv months, we are
prepared to Kite you only reliable Informs-
tion. and will refer ou U) many well Known
citizens who hate taken this line and will
take pleasure In reconiniendinir it. Make
no arrangements before Riving us a call.
(!. II. Knioiit, Ticket Agent.
THE STAGE "BACK FALL."
A BUSINESS WHICH FEW ACTORS
CARE TO UNDERTAKE.
The Terror of the Profession A Genius
Whom no Fear of Itroken Bones Could
Trammel Exciting Incident An Awful
"The business of the stage known to actors
lis the 'back fall,' " said n well knoa n memlccr
of the theatrical profession, "has mora terror I
to the ac(r and is attempted nith more
apprehension than any other mechanical
necessity of the art There are few persons
on the stage, no matter how long and ardu
ous their exerieiice lias been, who can do It,
or who will attempt it I heard Will Htuart
say once that a famous star actress bad told '
him that she would give her month's receipts, '
and they were then among the thousands, it
she was able to do the back fall successfully,
as its effect on an audience is tremendous.
But th apparent certainty that to attempt it
would result in a broken neck or back a ways
deterred her, as It has every other actress, '
from making any effort to master the accom- '
plisbment and not only every actress, but ,
actor as welL I
"I never saw but one man on tho stage who
could do tho Iwck fall to perfection, and who '
wasn't- afraid to do it, and that was Joe
Nagle. I guess every old actor remembers
'Back Fall Joe.' His stamping ground was '
the untamed west, but he has played in this
city, in the heaviest of heavy parts, at the
old Bonery theatre and later at Wood's
museum. leant say whether Joe is allvo
yet or not, but I never heard of his death, and ,
dare say that he is delighting his particularly '
cjtpreeiative nudiences somewhere intbowest, I
where he was always an immense "f avorito in
the luril drama. He was nay above tbs
average melodramatic ierformers, and with
tho effective track fall to help him he always
brought down the house. I
sTirr as a rAixiso nut
"Joe Nagle was a man over six feet high, '
and his gigantic frame was splendidly fiikxl
out He was as straight as an Indian, and to
see that great form of his toppling over and
falling liackward, as stiff as a falling tree,
and with no more apparent power of resist
ance to or consciousness of the fall than a tree
would have, was something so startlingly
realistic that it never failed to drive even the
coldest audience frantic. He would come ,
down with a thud that showed plainly there
was no nonsense about the fall, but at the
same time he caught all his weight on his
hands, tho same as an actor does in the or
dinary every day fall on the stage,
"Whenever Nagle was to play in a strange
company he always rehearsed this back fall
to the niemlters, so that they might become
used to it, as ho knew if he sprang it on 'em
without warning it would break them up for
the w hole performance. But even after the
perilou arroltatic feat had Iteen done before
the company time and time again, actors on
J;e stage w ith Nagle during the performance
were still so frequently nervous and rattled
when he came to do his fall that they would
,11 UIUIIWII IJ FLIlUinmu nttllUUMUl KU1U j
nanus as it to eaten mm, so real arm -un-stagy'
was the act, even to men and women
used to nil the gymnastic and acroliatic busi
ness of their art Poor Frank Munlock, who,
although a good actor, found his l-st road to
fame us the author of 'Davy Crockett,' the,
piece that made Frank Mayo rich and cele- j
brated, came near giving ?agle his last back
fall once, through this nervousness and in
voluntary interference in the jierformawe of
the act Nagle had noticed Frank's great
nervousness on several occasions, and bad
warned him to control himself. 'For,' said
Joe, 'if my mind is taken off of this fall for
a second I wouldn't give much for my neck.1
I UNDER EXCITIXO CinCCMSTASCES.
"One night Joe stiffened himself for the fall
1 under particularly exciting circumstances.
Munlock stood near him, and, as he after-
! ward said, when he saw that Mg form of
Uagle's begin to tuinblo over liackward, like
the toppling of some great column, the sight
was so real that he could not control him-vlf,
and he stepped quickly forward and stretrhed
his arm out under the falling actor lfore he
regain's! his composure. The arm touched
Nagle, and, instead of coming down on the
stage rigid and straight, he fell nil in a heap.
I and was so badly hurt that he hsd to be car-
ried off the stage. He was prostrated for a
. long time and suffered intensely. But he got j
I well, and I saw him do the back fall with all
his realisin several times after tliet
They tell a story nliout Joe and his back '
fall during a star engagement at the Cleve- (
land theatre while Clara Morns was playing I
minor parts in the company there. I don't j
remember the play, but whatever it was Miss (
Morris was cast as the doughter of the hero, j
which was Nagle's part There came a crisis I
in his part where it was incumlf nt on him to j
introduce his great back fall, and although
bis hands were an important adjunct in ths I
feat, he was seized by some strange whim,
and as Miss Morri as his daughter, was
about to take leave of him, according to the
stage directions, be caught her hands and
took her don n with him in his an f ul fall.
Miss Morris afterward said that it seemed to
her as if she were falling from some great
height, as she went down in one grand sweep
with the gigantic form of the actor. Nagle
had not the support of his hands in thU fall,
but he spread his length out on the stage
without the relaxation of a muscle, and as
the astonished and frightened daughter dien
tangled herself, safe and unhurt, from the
awful wreck of her father, the aud eme went
wild with enthusiasm, and Back Fall Nagle
never before nseived such a recognition of
his overtopping genius. '" New York Sun.
A Speriuc Against Hunger.
Talking alout fasting men, the follontug
recipe, according to the philosopher. Ejii
memdes, who lived for lit ty years in a ca em,
with no npjiarent means of sustenance, is a
specific against hunger: Cooked squills, or
else onions, to bo finely chopptsl up and mixed
with n fifth art of oily groin sesamums and
a fifteenth (iart of poppyheads. This com- ,
pound to lie ground up together with son-e
honey and shafted into lialls of about the sizs
of a large olive, which is about equal to that
of a small walnut People cannot starve if
they eat one liall at about b o'clock and an
other nt about 4, It may be added in Ih-J
connection that a Paris comic paper learns
that the government, in view of its financial
straits, instead of, ns usual, giving a sum of
money on New Year's day to small officials,
clerks and leuials, should present them as a
New Year' gift several Hosts of Succi's won
derful beverage. Paris Cor. London Times.
Ills Mistake raid Him Well.
Sports in iloners sometimes bring their
owner in good round prices; iu photography
an amateur of Hartford, Ct, has made a
luck- mistake. He was taking the new me
morial arch erected in honor of the soldiers of
the civil war when the gelatine film shpjl a
little over the glass. The arch looks as if it
were bulging out on the sides and coming
down. Lalielins a print "The Arch During
Wiggins' Great Earthquake," he offered it for
sale, nnd lcause of its urious look and in
explicnbleness, tho public has liought so
many copies that he has made a small finan
cial hit Philadelphia CalL
Aieclut of 14 I'renrli Ofllcer.
I tIieve I have not montiomil the recent
death of Prosulnut (.revj's secretary. Gen.
Pittie. He was w ell known in Paris, and bore
tlm miititAtimi of ii l.rnve officer, a scholar
aud a gentleman of rare ability. The ien
and the sword were ually familiar to him,
and he ra as much at his ease amid tho
roar of battle as when penning verses in bis
Here is an nnecdote he was fond of relat
ing: When with the French army before i
Sebastopol ho was very intimate with a
cavalry officer who had been graduated nt
the same time w ith himself from the military ,
school of St. Cyr.
The name of the officer was Mnrtin, and
he was nfterwurd killed in Italy A thor- i
oughly gol fellow, he had but a single fault
that of indulgence in the delusion that he
was tho liest horseman in the world, and that '
it was impossible to dismount him. !
In the assault on Sebastojiol Lieut Pittie I
was wounded and conveyed from the field in
an ambubiiKv. On a bod near his own in
the hospital was Lieut Martin, who hail also ;
been put hors do coinliat. Pittie questioned I
him, and learned that his horse, frightened
by the bursting of a shell, hail shied.
i 'So you tveru thrown" asked Ilttie.
"Not at all."
"How so? You were seen to fall."
j "Well, they didn't see straight, I didn't
fall, but my horse slid from under me,"
Paris Cor. New York Graphic
FMM LIFE TO DEATH
U but a moment if rheumatism or neural
gia strikes the heart These diseases are
the most painful and the most dangerous
of any to which human kind is liable.
They fly from one part to another without
a moment's warning, and liniments and
other outward applications are in them
selves dangerous because they are liable to
drive the disease to some vital organ and
cause instant death. Rheumatism and
neuralgia arediseasesof the blood, andean
only be reached by a remedy which viIj
drive from the blood the dangerous acids
Such a remedy is Athlophoros. It has been
thoroughly tested and is a safe, sure cure
Robert Sprotbcry, Driver on Cedar Ave
Car Line, and who lives at C (ilendale
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, said in relation tc
his rheumatism : I have leen troubled for
about three years with rheumatism in m;
hip. 1 have had many severe attacks, that
rendered it impossiulcformetonork. These
attacks would often last from four to six
weeks, but I am glad to say I have foi:nr
the medicine that masters the disease ami
drives it away. I used Athlophorus for
one of these bad attacks and witli but a fe
doses I was rid of the rheumatism and pain
Have von had any return of the disease'
was asked. Yes, I have never used Atli
lophoros steadily, as I am a ell satisl'xt
to use it as I do. As soon as I feel tin
first symptoms of rheumatism I takcadosi
or two ef Athlophoros and thus avoid tin
attack. I always keep it on hand am
would not be without it
Robert D. Smith, of I.ondon, Ohio, h:
had an attack of rheumatic fever, whiih !.
a time rendered him hlpless. One Ix'tt)
of Athlophoros cured him, and though th.
was nearly two years ago, he has not hit
Every druggistshould keep Athlophon
and Athlophoros Pills, but wherethey i.ii
not be bought of the druggist the Alb!'
phoros Co., 111! Wall St., New York, w
send either (carriage paid i on receipt
regular price, which is Jd.tO per lii
for Athlophoros and SOc. for Pills
For liver and kidney dlcsse. dyi-ci n
digestion, ueaknesv nemiu ilu 1
of women, onsiipation liemliif he
blood, Ac- AlhlonhoH P-" nr.
2fre4lM-f reawc4 etreact. r wfc aatTer fro-a
taflmltlea peeaUar taelr acx. ahaald try
Thi mdie.n combitVM Iron with pare ve-Ubte
tomes, and m Invaluable for Disease peculiar to
Women, and aUwboleada-d-ntarjliT-e. It Kn
richea and Parifica the II I and, tiinolalr
the Appetite Mrntben tb .Hunclca and
Clears the eompVexiua, and mk th akin amonta,
Itdufwnot black pa tb teeth, caam baadacbe ur
produee euostlpatKia all otktr lrom mmliet it
Mrs EuxaBETH Badui.?4 Farwell Are. Milwaa-
k-, Wis.. stk coder date of lrc nh 1
" I haT ucm1 Brown's Iron Bitlerm. and it baa Iwn
mora than a doctor to me, hannc cured mt ( Hie
waaknas ladies have in life. A1m cored me f 1
er Complaint, and new mj eompiiMn is clear and
good, lias also been benaoclal to my cbildrco '
MM. Locisa C Bbiodon. Eart Lockpurt N T .
uys: 1 bars suffered untold niinery from Ffn.
CotnplamtM. and coold obtain relief frum titAUiii
sicept Brown's Irua Bitters.'
rienaine has above Trade Mark and crowd rM htvC
on wrapper. Take do other. Madeonlvi-v
SUOU'.N CHCMICAL CO, UALT1MOUL. M
J. & T. COUSINS'
The crly CENJIUE ones mn-.
The most ion,fortab:e a. . dvrabfo
shape for walking.
Perfect fit. Ho wrinkles. . Ea?r as art
old shoe. . .Always retain tho shape.
Villi not tire the feet in long talks.
Made mil mdths en J r ' sizes.
took on Sol lor Him. ij A Uttu of
J. & T. COUSINS,
HOUSE & PARSONS,
Aifts. for Springfield, 0.
K tdnrhe, ItlIlounr. I.iTPrCom
a. Indigestion. Mild but e fleet lfe.
1 HIKE THIL coa-l
nam tfea sost slrsticall
GERMAN ASTHMA CUREiffiHSffi.1
moot Tiolent attack inauree ml rUMe tvlen
effects cures where all other remedies fail
?io vrnliicff tor resuiin. lia nrtlon Is
immeniaie, direct unci renwin, nnd a
core la erfected In alll T It.Altl.K .-K.h
It penaattasu emrv4 dm. JUfer lancil any Utx
H it JjHI St tmX Kmn
"laradrel rcatarad te braltk by 0?rtDaa IiUdi
Cur Hm Ftum hmaxm Okie.
"Ovrtnaa irtama rre U a!lTa laim tt. It&trvct
falli Prmf g r Aftli C'rtw.t S C
'Uy pkytklaa reMBneslaia Crmaft Attkna i arc li
carrd ta M' M L TtittU LdJrrf OJi-
TaaaMaa U almllar LriUn m 11. ik aaj arankt
(Zermnn .tlhma Cure1 is vl-' br all drnir
nstnat 5(k.aa4 Ml, r mnt b d sd on rweii t
Oi j'nirc ifiuimiMi nrr wiuj riairni')i
i.iiiiir hm, ji i.
Stiti 61 Monhoc Srs . Cniciho.
will nail. fra. Lbclr ly Urjajd
vtiUlofaat ! Bins laotniaMHU,
bauareu aas avaurpmai. uv
n IUiMtrtia dfcYtucx 7
arUrb r4kJ br tLo6 I nm
Corpa. Itscliin( Rrplria( UaW-
KmtUor baaab. EtercW atJ Scalea.
;'m Major' Tartk-s. Hf-Lin. and a
dcirctaMl (Vk4 01 liB4 Wtnafl.
tn!1rtng from At
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Tr-Bntars Ilsrlli,ctc ,reiultttif;fioni iiilixrirtrmaor
iiH rari'tltfllhnai tMnrh lfll-in .( tha
GIIKAT MAKSTO. T1IKATJIKXT.
rti-alf-al bawlt a-al trrr. ShoM.4 im rratj bf Fathers
Milt -! rrvr. LShoMta iw rrad tyf FatOert
th ha.mli of
Rplte with Informalkm of rains) to all men.
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Cor. Chralnat and Uifihlb Sts.
Receive AdvertiaementB for thia Taper.
CCTIUITCC FarlEHSrlrKlDIERTUUe CBCC !
CO I IMA I CO at Lowed Cash Rates inCC
aJ10.UlVCD 9 CnfJ'C MRUIIII
rar HIUII a VJU1 O IIIHIIUHL
For a check for 13) we will print a ten-line
advertisement in One Million Issues of leading
American Newspapers. This Is at the rale of
only one-fifth of a cent a line for 1.0(10 Circula
tion! The advertisement will be placed before
One Million different newspaper purchasers:
or Five Million Kiadir.s. Ten lines will ac
commodate about 75 words. Address with copy
of Adv. nd check, or send : cents for Hook of
176 paces- UKO. P. R0WELL i C0-. 10 SrKl'Ci
Si . Niw ton.
EEWEO Sr I
About twenty rears ago X dlscoTered a Little
sore on my cheek, and the doctors pronounced
It cancer. X bare tried a number of physicians,
but without receiving any permanent benefit.
Among thenumberwereone or two specialists.
The medicine, they applied was like flro to the
ore, causing Intense pain. I saw a statement
la tbe papers telling what S. S. S. had done for
others similarly afflicted I procured some at
once. Before I hod um-1 tbowcond bottle tbe
neighbors could notice that my cancer was
heallnsuip. Sly erne rat health had been bad
for two or threo years I had a hacking cough
and spit blood continually. I hod a sevrro
pain In my breast. After taking Mx lot ties of
S. S. S. my cough left mo and I crew stouter a
than I hod been for several years. My cancer
has healed overall but a little rpot about the
size of a lialf dime, and It Is rapidly disappear
ing. I would cdvb-o every one wltb cancer to
give a. S. a a fair trial.
Mbs. nancy j. siccoxAunncr,
Asho Grove, Tippecanoe Co.. Ind.
Feb. lfi. IStf.
Swift's Specific Ii entirely TegetaM. and
seems to cure cancers by forcing out th tmpu
rltles from the blood. TrnatLe ou Blood and
Skin Diseases tnallod free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
PttAIVER 3, ATLANTA. CA.
111 OUT tOHSIT i - f a
t pirrtir aft r t r-. .,- u.
fiTjr.sp..t1ari.iiti rt i . J I w.ir M )
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. L. DOUGLAS
Tho lemlhic SX Shoo
of thf mirld. Ma.ift ( t..f
b b hi- r i
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r air a ai ritti'c 1 "
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A ;-.tui'f tu.
The crat .'- m u t l.T U.; at
Clt-nt g larintfe ot lis 11 lia.'l' l .
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mem t: t t itr c i r ! -
null i t" hftt f -'
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W. L,. DOUGLAS 82.50 SHOE.
f. r n-' I . ' ' " ' - ' cl,-d
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a'tnw , i . t . , ' it .r . .--..' ' sldrraa
pusullo n. !. Ho.klaa, 1 ikl'.Ma
AKE SUI.L TUIIMPII.VNT!
F'irfilteeii vears ItieThavstea.llly rallied In
favor. an1 HU sales .-onstantly iucreaslUK
hate her, iu.t th" in, ist popular corset through
out th" I n:td Mates
Theiliiualliy is warranted to wear tviireas
Ionian onlinary corsets We h:tve lately in-tr-xlui-ed
the i and K-Il trades with extra ionB
waist, .indweranfurmsli them when preferred.
Highest awards from all the world's urest
f.Urs The last medal recelted Is lor first de
cree of merit, from the lateeiposltlonheldat
i W lule score of pstents have been found
worthless, the principles ol the lilote-Flttini;
' have proved int.iluaMe.
Retailers are authorized to refund money, if.
I upon examination, these corsets do not prote
, as represented
! For sale everyw here. CatalOKUge free on ap-
THOMSON", I.VXI.DOX tc CO.. '. Y.
Do you want a pure, bloom
Iiig'Cumiilexionl If so, a
few applications of Hasan's
MAGNOLIA BALM will grat
ify you to your heart's con
tent. It does away with Sal
lowness, Holiness, Pimples,
Blotches, and all diseases ami
imperfections of tho skin. It
overcomes the flushed appear
ance of heat, fatigue and ex
citement. It makes a lady of
THI l.T Y appear hut TWEN
TY ; and so natural, gradual,
aud perfect are its etfects,
that it is impossible to detect
CLEAXSr S THE
IICI1I 4 I VL'
in li a matlon
Heals the Sores.
Senses of Taste,'
A Quick Kelier-A Post he Cure.
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is
agreeable. Price so cents at Uruariits; by
mall, regliterea. 60 cts. Circulars tree. ELY
BROS.. Ilrualitl, Owego. N. Y.
t i lint flf?f2Z!f
ff llllla 1
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MAKING POSTAL CARDS.
THE PROCESS FROM THE RAGS TO
THE FINISHED CARD.
The Making f the Paper Treatmi-nt of
the Mteftri -ttel I'lat OlrU at the
Vfftliut: 3Ithluf A New ami Quicker
In a pretty ravino liack of th lull on wbich
thewuntry timn of La&t!eton atanUt t?n
miles lielow Allxiny, there h a u-.ter ff
brick buiMm.u tall smoke?ta kanl a vnuill
brook that takes a wvtnty foot tumble tvr
the rooks. Upon the sule of tho hill, in the
highest buiMm. hunlretl of tons of raffi
and jMipt-r pulp tart, ut the bo torn conw' out
all the ital rant ami regLsUrvl letter re
ceipts UMo-1 in the United Stat, lioxed up
ready for shipment.
There are five buildings in the ravine,
though four of them nr joined together in
th uipr null, and the jM.tal card factory
occupies only u low bnk frtrtirtur, me story
high and three tutu- a long a.s it w wid In
one room th iMstul canUare prtnte-l, cufut
from the sheet.s, put tip m twnt thepa k
ages and lMxel Next to thi i the tirfpn-tf
vault, when- an.cuu.tuKj ir m t fXul card
are kipt on liaml.
The spav in nhirh the jnstal atdsar
made is not fifty f-et wjuan Th null li ls
the tiual iirr making mtt liuwiy, with a
capant of six ton a Any. Thre are three
washing ngin, fotir htaters and two sets f
rolling iiuirhiutTV. One ls ul to make a
Kstai rard p;i'r and the other to d U ink
work or anv other of the finer grai s ( pi
IT makin-x. From four to six torn of rai
nnd a lot of pnjier pulp are consumed ei'ery
iht postal eanl-t are inaile almost ntirely
fnim ui,; though ot-iTtsjiinall) a jer -titag
of wool pulp i" nitptdii'vd Thu ra, are
brought m ou one of the siiia!lst railroads in
the United States Tlw roiuiuiux owns a m
tn. k road liiat ruiLtfrom the V w York (J. u '
tral ut riistl'm an mod th lull t th. ir
nulls Th.'V luiv e nn- eiigm. a jvi-ilr;er
car end a irtal '-ar No fans or fntghLs re
haigtsl Ti train starts w hem-i r th. !
plf w ho w.irk at th- mdls want to p, to t iv
Ueton for tht-ir nriils and retut us whi"iier i
anvlNjatx m uiithorit) vintits to rome Ikv k
It is oiil a lull more than halt a mile to
walk, but lie work popl, do not t-heve in '
walking wlrii th v 1iuh a s 1 1 rai!nad ou
whn li n ithT pass nor tieket is udd Til
tsame fii;nn rains away d..id one or tw.
car loails of postal rards whi u are taken ur !
U .Vllan . thence to lie diti ibuted over the
wIioJh eoiintt v
To follow th procew of making tbe postal
'an is one has .nlv to (.hint up to th highest
lUiidingon the hid, where, in a back room,
i t lowd oi it Is sort the rags that have Just
"ome in fiom the ditferint rag clletjrs.
Tiif :.!- i ut rf nil th' buttons, take off tbe
tii' ! tni 1 sort our the rags. The sorted
r.i"- ,ui' t1 ii ed fi a fhoppiiig machine which
iwit- !i. iu like vitisat mat. and oft-r
tn.il in - th- Id life's and tpus-r mt ht
t). s4)ii ii - and triatigl-s t small for eren
b,it. ut ,mlt. it whiifs them into an
1Im i ri.'i hint, wh.-ie th. dust i sliaken out
ol lli'-ni and they are leuned. Krom that on
the lib- of th" i.tgs ls a u. eessiun of lutths m
hlori-io of lime and other Meat hing and
t !crtiisiii . ii- iin.als. with je.'&.sional visits t
ats and ti ijf through sU of sharp kn !
and fin tooth! roller. Finally th many
iolorvi rags ( m out in a nice vhite muh '
thut lKiks like thm tlour pa.st ThLs u
hak n owr wire to get the water out of it. j
and put through a fen eore rollers and a j
glu- lith before it comes out us jM-tal card
At the end of the long rolU tliat havn bv;n
s-ius-zing it down turn enough and puttuig
the pale ghxss on the haig she't of jostai canl
pap i . several ards wiile. ls eitliercutupmto
sheets '1 b .'i j uh ties or it ls nUed up, tour
ptal aids wide, to v put on tle automatic
presses that print f.om a nIi. Each sheet will
t- ton 1 f..rtv p.Tal cards. When the p-r
ha. Im'ii tdlendeptt it is taken from the paier
milt a U w tet t the pstjil card factory. In
the big room of the Mstal card factory are a
dozen mn. two dozen giris, a large CmupU-Il
ius,. 1ncs, large ta blt and a web of gear
ing and lwt overhead The sheets are taken
to the pn-s. where two feeder feed forty two
hheets a minute l.Ttio potsta) cnnL everj
ivixty '' nls The jHtstal ctnls are printed
fp-tm sten'l plat-s vj hard tliat there n not a
file in the factory that will make an int
pr -ion on them. Eju h card has a separate
iteel plaS. and the eighty thjit are needed to
make tlie impressions on tbe two sheets are
wedged in the lied of the press. The plates
come fpm Washington, nnd last two years
1 The sheets of postal cards are carrie! from
the pre a few feet to tbe feeders, who are
women with long experience at their wxrk.
' The are paid fortv-one anI one-half cents
per I'",N, and can feed from o.N),iHn) tot0,
1 CaMn da TIm sheets as they come to the
j fetilers have previously I wen ut into long
j slip one card wiile and ten Ion. The women
feed them through another cutter that turns
them out separate card. Three girls take the
cards from one feeder, one girl counts them
to see that twenty ttt aro in one package,
and the ottier two put paper binders around
the packages In a press a feeder feeds
double, or two slieets at a time, and can feed
four tit.eeU ut a tune.
After leaving the gtrbj at the ftsxl g ma
chines the postal card - are in bundles ready
for -ale, ju-st n- thev look in a country ptfet
ufiicv. Hut before shipment they are boxed
Twenty packages of twenty flio each are put
iu a !otetjoard box that by contract must le
muslin Itmnd. Five girls put on the inuliu
binding and are iaid fifteen cents for bind
ing 100 boxes. Other girls take the packages
of canLs and put them in the boxe, which are
then read for shipment. No smaller order
than Vii is tilled. Orders of 10.0,lU and over
are put in wooden cais. the largest single
package Uing n Ikix that holds 25.UO0 cartls.
This L-- the old way of making the cards, but
when the company took the contract at a re
duced rate they had in mind several new iu
veut ions, the moot lmpoitant of which Mr.
W. II Hunce has iieen working over for four
years. Two of Iils machines are in operation
now m an inner room They print from tho
roll, and turn out the postal cards jiasted iu
I tack ages of twenty-live. Th machine does
It all. It prints the cards in the usual way
of a rotary press ,S00 to tho minute. A set of
knives cuts the canUolf, and they drop out
of the press four abreast in little cells pre
pared fur them. When twenty five hve
dropped out a et of steel lingers turns the
package over, tw ines a jwiper band about it,
and pastes the band together, after a pair of
knives have clipped off enough band to go
around a package. A band coered with
cloth buckets nicks up the jacks and takes
them out into the main room, where the girls
pack them in Ivoxcs ready for delivery. An
addition to the machine is contemplated
which will do its own pocking There are
two of these machines, and one man can
look after th m both. He doesn't need to
touch them except to put on a new roll of
paper They cost $l,iXK) each, but new ones
-an Lie made for half the price. New York
A "rrleinlly Inn'' for Wayfarers.
"It Ls with a coniilent air," remarks a
Fitbdmrg humorist, "that a tramp asks to
bo iermitted to saw- wood for his breakfast
at a house which uss natural gas." Tho
tramp's confidence would be disapiointcd
supposing his object to lw to receive the
chanty and shirk the labor if tie mode such
a request in Minneapolis, Minn. In such a
case he would in all probability be banded a
ticket directing tiiui to the Friendly Inn,
This institution, founded u(on practical
principles, of philanthropy, is ieculiar to
Minneapolis, and is now in tho third year of
its good work. Tho managers of the inn
issue tickets at the nominal price of ten cents
each, which they ak tlie public to buy and
to give to able ttodied tramps when accosted
instead of money. Tlie ticket presented at
tlie institution insures the bearer on oppor
tunity to wiw and split wood enough to pay
for his bulging and breakfast.
In addition to a comfortable lodging and
wholesome food a pleasant sitting room is
provided for the wayfarers, together with a
bath and a place to wash and dry their
clothes; for .vbich tho are enabled and ex-
petced to give an equivalent in honest work.
1 Tlie store kindling wood thus produced is
sold to the citizens of Minneapolis at a mod
erate price. Persons desiring help for odd
jobs of various kinds are also asked to apply
at the Friendly Inn, In the course of a year
, tbe institution furnishes about 8,000 meals
j und 5.000 nights' lodgings to able bodied
j men, who pay for their entertainment by
sawing and splitting some 1,000 cords of
i good maple wood, and performing besides
bjOOO hours of honest manual labor.-
vMsirTfN in 11 1 mnnw.
He nefr Jawed in all lii liff.
He rimer was iinkiiul.
Ami ithoueh I a It, who wa his wife).
Such men are hard to Bnd.
I never chanced my single lot,
I thoiiKht 'twould be a -.in ;
I tliouirht so much of Deacon Kedott
I never cot married acain.
If ever he spoke a word in heat
Hi-, ancer -,Mm wasoVr :
He always lresed in i;armenU neat
That rame from J. M. Knote's itore.
A winderful tender lioart he had
That felt for all mankind :
He told hit friend that honet eood-ir1
At J. M. Knote's -tore they'd find.
Whisky and nun he tasted not ;
'Twa sinful, I suppose ;
Anil, beini; avinir. Deacon Hedott
Went to J. M. Knoti' for his clothes.
But. poor man, he died all the same.
My crief I ean't control :
He left icood clothes and an honest name
His widow to console.
The finest, most complete and cheapest
Line of overcoats, cloves and underwear
Iu Springfield Ls at J. M. Knote's
Globe Clothing House, 13 east Main st
rn A. LEWIS,
Room-1 f. tiite7i EMoev
S. E Cor Mftia Aim Mai ' ia
lf II. MM ITU,
IF HIBTXS or acH'VO TTB f
WXTk V P..,
Ht. LiMltOt-KKU. .' 4-. 1 ,7 Aril-. I it
r. Knrafcr and t'tslii, . it -,' ,-r
WMlliai;jt -t-ilaainl cji.ii', c&r4i a ,i..- .'v
oikiit utna. nrna nn aar ait
11 W .Y(Mllt
11T A. OIUIS.s JC CO.. IMII.KTII'I'i.M.
IT Offlc hua Waivr-Mini. fi .'. il... a st.
lltaldencr 12 VV. HIL St.
ft v, Wasatnirtoostroet.
Models carefully made Mi ptera properly
sated in all metals
B OK BINDERS.
JOUl A IX1K.NK,
HaIor THI L BRfTTi ROOK
lo WestCoii.mbU. :r-r.
leneral Book Hladerstui1 kiiikDk. unk Manu
a MACHIStriT. AHOOSVaKAL JOB VSft rvtltB.
J. IIICKKV, v
J. Prscttcsl.Mscblnl'tsnil )?aral t drtos,
. and firt K .ish' jt"D t.
Pays Best i
WHEN PHDFERLY DQXL
Wr aim to and DO cue to ALLcustomcrs.i
iLowcsr prices-- Pkompt Transactions- -
lJUOICIOUS SCLCCTIONS---CONSP1CUOUS POSI-
TIONS ClPimiNCCD ASSISTANCC-- Unbi-J
jAsro Ohnion and Conhocntial service
AmriTitfMCNT. Di.icnid. Pitoor Shown in.i
I CariM.Tf. or CoT in ant Niw(nnm,
I FunNt.MtD To RiapON.i.ic Pahti.. J
TRCC or CHARGC
I Tho H. P. Hubbard Co., i
! Soccaisoa lo H P HUB3AR0,
jJodicioDS idrertising ijests and Experts,:
Eaab' it,l 1871 l-c-pv..4 1585. I
! New Haven, Conn. !
jT"Ou 200 Paoc Cataloouc or Liaoima,'
J Nlt,,iM, " Sint Fnac on ArrLicrioN. ,
The "OLD IIOCSE." Etablihed 110.
JOSEPH R. PEEBLES' SONS,
(roeera, Pikr'n Ilniltlln.t'inrjnnatl. O.
laport ar,4 t HO.Qt:,tti . a,.i(vs n, ik - v
lalhW Taa aniVat r'lrt 1ar-t a - .r if adoCtaJ
Blwt Ta ohlatnatjia? HuWl ' ur . mi- n H i.i.apjrt
ahl.i wniofbr pMhlM'eJabnratp an.l pmt j, j a. i4 pflca 11,
a.iabl ta ia Cplcara aaj tnvmatt.
1 Sa .
2 r i
J. D. SMITH GO.
Corner Went HiRh t- nnd Wxluut Alley,
flUnk Iljok Work nn I lj cu i! ,n s
Tho only oerfect substitute fvr Mother's
milk. IoT-Jaabl la Cholera Infantum
ma Teething, a pre-digested foot for Dy-
KiDtlcs, Consumptives. Convalescents.
rfect nntrlent la avU Wastlnz Diseases.
JUqulrea no cooking Oar Book. The Care
and Feedlne of Infar ts. maUed free.
DO LIE E B. QOODAI3 X. CO.. Boston Vmaa.
The Crtiit Eiclln PrM-rlptla
iCurea n eaimtu, ipermatfrrhea,
' Emissions ImpotencvArnl&il Dis-
eaAes caus?a 07 srir anu-e or la- j4-0
aucretion. una TMesm?. 51. six si'vau
BiroRr Bt roan. 7ri forPumph!.?:. rAnTRj
Eureka tlie ml cal Co.9 Detroit, Jllch.
Gallon oraJiiressThwo. Trouiiarugtmt.
corner Mala and Market streets, pnngfleld
Ohio. Stile Azent
4INRLK DARREEi SHOT orx, S'2.00
noinu.K " " 5.00
iN(;i,K BREECH LOADER, 1.00
DOUBLE " 10.00
Price on other cooils la proportion.
PARKER.SMITH and OTHER CUNS
flr.Tfl BOHED TO UttOOT CZ.OK.
IHnftr&ted Catavl.vznp mrt lYIce List sent Free.
J. C. BANDLE & SON, IScirVk
CttAUCTlu.M tULO.i i
CLAUll.TlU.nX COLONY I
CLAU1MUT CULO.M' I
Anew House every Id tiajstn tlalaAi$ jrari, Onj
vlllftxf. onlj 33 months old, hu & storea. 1 bottlt.
S cnarchea, acttool, newspaper, factory, fuunUry.
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ulTaucinir. Sod. mikJ. aend by jail nienn,!nd
for circulars with 4 maps. 36 I'bot.srapbu. uu ot
hoaaf( all about the woadcrfal erotb f oar cot
ony.lti acU.cli mate, mar keusbawne p . unities.
or altb. prices. lermi. and M otber duUnct t objects.
Farms tor 1200 ou monthly Inst all n.ems to tboss
baTtnr employ men t.vltbcut learing their sltuadqn.
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