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RtiPUBLir, TUESDAY ErUffiyG 3CA1.CB 1..1S87.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAY, MARCH 1st, 1887,'
ONE NIOIIT ONLY. j
With a brilliant cast, elaborate new
iceuery. Realistic Mice l'lctures
pvinted expressly for this play grand
effects, correct apiiolntments and ap
propiiate costumes. andtheentlrepro
ductlon perfect lu every detail.
E. E. ZIXHEKHAX, MANAGER.
PRICE Reserved Ses.ts.T5c and II. Oen
eral admission. 75c. 5c. 'c. eats now on
ale at Harris's Cigar Store.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
TWO MO UTS,
THURSDAY UNO FHIDAY. MARCH 3 UNO 4.
THE rOWEBFtL ROJXiSTIC ACTOR.
A Drama of Intense llnmn Interest.
Tfce ni'tst C 'nsp'cuous Success
ot the Present Srason.
A treat play, grandly acted." Xew Vork
o person can afford to miss witnessing: Mr
Brytou's performance. New Yotk World
Prices 75c. one. 2,"c. Seats now on sale at
Harris'! Cigar store
BUCK'S OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY. MARCH 5, 1887.
25 SUPERIOR 1'EltFOKMEKS
loan Entlrf , w anil Original Progrnm.
Matchless First Part. Circle SuDerh. Olio.
Brilliant Allerplece. urand r olo Clog 1 ourna
ment. Ml End Men, .six Clog Uancer-. Ml
Comedians. Six song and l'auc Artists, a
Score of Splendid Vocalists, liorgeous Noon
day street Parade uy our
UNRIVALED MILITARY BAND
Note the Low Prices ScScSlc. Seats on
sale at Pierce's Book Store without extra
"Land of the lllessed, the Equine Eden."
"Walking up the Colden ttalrs." Witness the
horses walk up the stairs Into Black's oiera
house at 7 o'clock Monday evening.
BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE
Springfield. six Xichts.iml Two Matinees,
MONDAY EVKMNi., MAI.CU 7.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday. 2 p.m.
l'Klir. K. K. CliuCKLU's
kiiic tt:i akvuiin
ie. horses, ie.
llVrfonuinceslliueni h.uM?. Pittsburg,
Fa ; ti ptrltrmance in rch Mrttt opera
,. ih Ulelihtsi. lm J't itrrloriuaiices in
W.ndsorTjcatr.IJ.M n ilasv
a e, u jJenTuJ ecr orutuary wonl l tie
Euclisli lansuace No trick ponies .r cum
bert-pmemulfs; ever horse a pi ture Tin
most nrix.tlous ami Inter I.uj; exhibition of
tne age. comMulnj: a... that ia wonierful
amusini; and interesting In animt et1u-ation
Popular prices adm.ss.ou -c.c"and c.
ARE STILL TRIl'MPHANT!
For fifteen years theyhavesteadlly gained In
tavor, and with sales constantly Increasing
have become the most popular corset through
out the United states.
The 0 quality Is warranted to wear twlceaa
loijcas ordinary corsets. We have lately In
troduced the ( and K-ll grades with extra long
waist, and wecan furnish them when preferred.
Highest awards rom all the world's creat
fairs. The last medal received Is for first de
cree of merit, from the late exposition held at
While scores of patents have been found
worthless, the principles of the (Jlove-FItttnE
have proved Invaluable.
Retailers are authorized to refund money. If,
npon examination, these corsets do not prove
Por sale every here. Cataloguge free on ap
plication. THOMSON, LAStiliO.V & CO., X. T.
FrK Quelle. nillo.ne... I.lTer 'm
BlaUts.lndUr.tlon. Mild bat effect! e.
PTMILU BY UBI'UUISTS).
I n flam at Ion .
Heals the Sores.
Senses of Taste,
A quick R'lief-A 1'o1'Jtp Cure.
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and It
agreeable, rnce au cents at itukxisis; oi
anil, registered. 60 cts. Circulars free. ELY
BKOS..irUiurtU.Oweuo. N. Y
ll.k III,, Mk al
r llrll.eic reM.1 mirliuin HltwTrtkiiwor
UWM wllh..' !.. h MnllriM...bTUM
QItET WAKSTI THKAT.SIK.Vr.
MADE STRONG '
mi f,r StnKI mid lr raTS
tba luiwti of
Tfce Cre.t Eat-lUk PrreTlptl
i Cures IIVaJtrieiM. Smtt?i a forrAea.
' JLmttsiont. inioorenciauuau via-
eAsea caused by self abus. or In-.
lOaw.flnn ClnA,Hit-iiMSl tr 1.5.
BSPOKll BT mall. Wrlto for Pamphlet, Irra
Eureka CUemlcal Co,, Detroit, mien.
Calloa AtarnsTh.o. Tmup.deuKilst.
corner M it n and Market street.. SprlnjOeld
Ohio, Sole Aut.
.presses the feeling of ma'iy victims of
uiuniatiu, neuralgia, sciatica and tier
us or sick headache. Having trio
. nbcrlcM so-callcJ remedies, andplivsi
jih of all schools without relief, there
. 1111 to be no hoi-e. Matir such have a
Ian resort trieil Atliloplmros, and to their
iri.ri-e and iov luvc found that it a
. it . . .
r, tire and owicA cure. Atlilopliorosisnut
u experiment; thousands have been cured
v its use and they testify as to iu
William Robinson, of Washington, ClI.,
iiio, says: "I have had chronic rhennia
sin for thirty v ears, hut Athlophort lias
mipleteiy cured me, No vv ortls iDiild ex
ress what I have endured from rlicnnia
sin. I have had attacks th.it kept me in
y IksI for nine months at a time, and no
nie during thirty years was 1 free from
letimatism. My limbs would swell to al-
t double the projcr 6ize. Hut now I can
ift'ly say 1 am free from this torture, and
.ate liven for the jast two year.
Mr-. -V. H. C. McCoy, London, O., said
nunsier to the question as to her Use of
Uhloplioros: "es, indeed, I have ul
. 1 am in love with Alhlophoros. It has
'one w much for me, I had suffered with
Isiimatisin for years, until luv feet and
us we.re liecoming distorted. Iliad used
so many medicines that I waslieooming di
nmraped. Kothins; cave mepermanent re
lief until I used Athlophoros. That is aliout
two years ago. Since then I have not had
any rheumatism. Oh I don't think there
is any medicinelike Athlophoros for rheu
matism." " How much did you ue to ei
fect this cure," Mrs, McCoy was asked " 1
used three bottles. My son has also used
it w ith the same good result."
Kvcry dnigsisthould keep Athlophoros
iJ Athlophoros 1'ilLs, but wliere they ran
not be bouslit of the druggist the Athhv
phoros Co.. 112 Wall St., Xew Vork, will
send either (carnage paid) on receipt .f
regular price, which is 51.00 iier bottle
for Vthlophoros and 50c for I'ills.
For liver and kidney diseases, dysiierIa, in
dtW'don, weakness, nervous dclilllt, dleaes
or women, constipation, heailsche. Impure
ulood, c. Athlophoros Pills are uuequaled 4
At Hamlin, W. Va., where whisky li
cense was granted last Monday, toughs got
' up a big fight, killing Jake Chapman and
) fatally wounding several others.
IT.rful nntl Hurtful Mrilirinc.
There is .t eertafli class of medicines for
constipation absolutely useless, 'lhese are
boluses and potions made in great part of
podophyllin. aloes, rhubarb, gamboge, and
other worthless ingredients. The damage
they do to the stomachs of those who use!
them is Incalculable, They evacuate the I
Dowels, it is true, but alwajs do so iolent- I
ly and profusely, and besides, griie the
lion els. Their effect is to weaken both
them and the stomach. Hetter far to Use
the acreeable and salutary aierient. llos
tetlerV Stomach Hitters, the laxative effect
of n hich is ne er piweded by pain, or ac
companied by a com u'siv e, violent action1
of the bowels. On the contrary, it invlgo-l
rates those organs, the stomach and the en- .
tire system. As a means ol curing and
preventing malarial fevers, no medicine
can compare with it. ami it remedies nerv
ous debility, rheumatism, kidney and blad
der inactivity, and other inorganic ailments.
TheXiirtA WcniKiu Onzcttc (Hisiuarck's ,
organ) states that nothing ever said by His- j
marck can lie construed into signif.vingthat ,
he disputes Russia's claims to the Balkans,
XYotnan's A nrfarr.
Piniples. tan. rash, freckles, prickly heat.
Sallow ness greasini"s and times ravages
These are the f oes to w Oman's beauty;
Their sale removal her speedy dutv.
Ssve one all ecu bebanished very fast,
(Wecan abate but not obliterate the last:)
Use. Cliamplin's Liquid Pearl and see.
How quickly all these lieautj pests w ill flee.
The strikers in the shops at Xew Al
bany, of the Louisville, Xew Albany and
Chicago railroad, have received their pay,
and are at work again.
TVft.Ov trifle with any Throat or
W"" Lung Disease. Ifyonhavo
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
use Ackers English licmedy ana prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,- I
and we guarantee it. Trice 10 and 50c
rnnt II I'uliientz eiirner Market and
There is a rumor that Gladstone, ti e
unionist leaders and Parnell re nearer
agreement on the home rule que-tiou than
CROUP. WHOOPING COUGH and
IVonchitis immeiliatelv relieved bv sjiiloh's
Cure, For sale by F. A. Garwood.
A pauper named Stokey, of Lebanon,
Ohio, seventy years old. committed suicide
by cutting his throat and jumping out of a
third-story w indovr.
An Kucellent Opportunity.
Pleasant and profitable employment
surely aw aits a w ike-aw ake salesman who
will supply the demand, in this vicinity,
for the New Reversible .Map of the United
Suites and Canada and Pictorial Map of
the World. 1SST, issued by the renowned
map puclishers. Rand, McNally oi Co.,
US-1.4 Monroe street, Chicago. A Rail
road and County map of the United States
and Canada, with the greater lmrtion of
the Itepublic of Mexico: a hue representa
tion of Bartholin's "Liberty Enlightening
the World." ami the divisionsof "Standard
railway time." are shown on the face of the
may. On the pictorial side are separate
colored maps of the World, Europe. Asia,
North America, South America and Mexico.
Also select engravings, diagrams and statis
A lteniintsrent Ghost Story.
After the clo- of one of the fights I
happened to pass a point occupied by some
surgeons, and to which the wounded were
being brought from the field. At the
moment I reached there an ambulance
stopped and a wounded man was being
helped to the ground. As thete seemed
some difficult,, in getting him out, 1 dis
mounted nnd assisted in lowering hint
from the ambulance and laying htm on
the ground. As we did so I caught sight
of the wounded man's face, and at once
recognized him as a printer named Sew ell,
who several ears liefore had beeu iu my
employ in Daxenjiort, Iown.
He was too weak to sny anything. The
surgeon examined his wound, and an
nounced that he was shot through the
body, and that he was mortally wounded,
and" could live but a few hours at the
most. 1 "staid a little while, then hade
him good-by, and lift, sending on his
name in mv next letter as mortally
Some four or five j ears after this inci
dent. I was going cast one night on Ran
nolph street toward Clark. A tremen
dous thunder storm was raging; the ram
fell in HisnIs. ami everv second or two the
bghtmug tilled the night with n blinding
glare. As 1 reached Clark street a more
xiv id flash than usual lighted up the scene,
aud just tit that moment I ran against n
man whose face I saw ilMinttlv. and iu
stantlj recognized as that of the long dead
Sevvcll. For n moment I was half parn
ljzeil at this sudilen .'ipiieaniuce of the
dead, and then I exclaimed:
"Is that jou, SevvelP"'
The dead man answered "Yes" in a
tone that indicated life, nnd passeU on in
the storm and darkness. Twenty jears
later business tailed me to Lincoln, Neb.,
mid some local journal noticed mv arrival
A jiortly gentleman snou after called, and j
in his countenance 1 liad no dilliculty in j
weing the old printer, the dying soldier,
the ghost of the Chi-Mgo storm, and one '
whom I soon found to lie one of the solid
business men of Nebraska's capital.
"I'oliuto'" in Chicago Times
would enjoy your dinner
and are prevented hy Dys- i
Frank 11. Cobleutr,
corner Market and
I Burglars are ojierattug in me suburban
illages about Cincinnati.
"HACKMETAC." a lasting and fragrant
p rf lime. Price '.15 and TiO cents. For sale
fcj F. A. Garwood.
J. J. Atkins, chief of police, Kiioxvllle,
Temi.. writes: "My family and I are ben
eficiaries of jour mo-it excellent medicine.
Or. King's New Discovery for Consuuip
tion; having fouml it to be all that 5 on
claim for It. desire to testify to Its virtue.
Mr frifiiilc ti uhnm I hai'u i-iOTiimmiifiil.s'1
My friends to whom I have recommended
it, praise It at every opportunity." Dr.
King's N'evv Discovery for Consumption Is
guaranteed to cure coughs, colds bronchi
tis, asthma, croup, and ev ery affection of
throat, chest and lungs. Trial Iwttles free
at Ludlow A- Co.s drug store. Large sizefl.
You are feelllng depressed, jour appe
tite is poor, viiu are bothered with head
ache, ) on are ildgety, nervous, and gener
1 ally out of sorts, and want tr brace up.
Hraceup, but not vvitli stimulants, spring
medicines, or bitters, which have for their
basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which
j stimulate vim for an hour, and then leave
I im lit i nri.1. iwkivjtfttii.il tli i ti tuifiipii WTIiat
you want is an al.erat.ve tha't Vl. purify
jour blood, start healthy action i
lion of liver and
, kidneys, restore your vitality, mid give re
newed health and strength. Such a medi
cine ou will hud in Electric Hitters, and
( only .'0 cents a bottle at Ludlow fc Co.'s
The HestSai.vk In the world forCuta,
Hrnises. S,,res. Ulcers, Salt Hheuin, Fever
Sores, Totter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and jiositively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refuiuk-d. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charleti Ludlow A Co.
"Federal Lutr) Int Vicksburc.
I was standing in front of our head
quarters when the Federal army made
their grand entry into Vicksburu;. They
were n gil way otf when we first heard
, their drums as they sounded the tum
tum, nml every ear was turned to the
'quarter from whence this came to make
out what they were playing. Various
i guesses were offered in that direction, but
were nil given tip, one by one, ns the wind
lulled or shifted rind the sounds got w
tcrriblj mixed up that not theniosi'pcrfett
master of music coul I say for a certainty,
that they expresseil any tune at nil. At'
last sonielwily c.xclnimeil: "Why, that is
Vankee Dmslle " As the Feilernl column
came into view ev cry drummer nnd lifer in
the whole grand army phiyoil "Yankee
Doodle" as loud nnd as strong ns it was
possible for them to make it, W. C.
Wilde in Philadelphia Times.
Oell. Houlancrr'tf Ilohood.
Gen. lioulanger was the son of n poor
advocate at Xantes and a lieautiful F.ng
lishwomau, and iu Ills bovhotsl was us
vain and theatrical as now. He would
often go without his lunch in order to save
monev for the purchase of lemon colored
kid gloves. Chicago Tunes.
Open to an Kncucement.
An advertisement reads as follows: ' A
oung man, sober and reliable, who has a
wooden leg nnd cork arm, is willing, for a
moderate sjlcry, to allow his false limbs
to lie maimed by wild last in any reput
able menagerie, as an ndv ertiscment. Xo
objection to traveling."
Soli or the N"lle.
The soil of the Xile delta has proven to
j thicker than was supioed, borings by
royal engineer!, tinvlns tailed to reach a
solid Imttom at a depth of li00 feet. Ark
Hope, folding her wings, looked lack
ward and became regret. George Kliot,
How loC.nln ri.-i.li mill ttrenEth.
Use after each meal Scott's KmuNion; it
is as palatable as milk and easily digested.
Delicate eiqi!e Improve rapidly with Its
use. For Consumption, Throat affections
and llrouclntis it isum-qualled. Dr. Tnos.
Pi'lM. Ala.. s.ijs: "I useil Scott's Emul
sion on a child eight months old; he gained
four iMiunds in a month."
t in i , V .? f . ,, i
Mrs. Winslow s Soothing ivrun. forchil-
dren teething, is the prescription of one of
tne Desl lemaie nurses ana pityslclans in
the United States, and has been used for -
years with never-falling success by millions
o: moiners tor uieir cuimren. uuring me
. process oi leeiuing lis vatueis incaicuiaoie.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen-
terj and diarrhiea, griping iu the bowels
and w hid colic Hy giving health to the
hIH It rMst.tbmrtthoT VtOsmlvttTp,
A Kind and Gexkiiocs Dkkii. Rev. A.
Harls-r, superanu He iHcmber of St. Louis ,
Conf. M. E. chutch. writes from Moran, I
Kansas; "This recommendation is written I
without solicitation from ativin; but I owe'.
it to those similarly afflicted to say that by
the Use of the Shaker Extract of Roots
(Siegel's Svrup) I was cured of an ob-ti-nate
and almost fatal indigestion both
stomach and livet being completels- torpid.
I was redced to a living skeleton. Friends,
family and physician had given me up. 1
was keeping the spark of life alive with a
diet of raw eggs and milk. X'ow both
stomach and liver are performing their
functions. I luv e many friends in Western
Ohio. N. E. Iovva and S.W. Mo. who would
like to know this."
The Honest Siiakeic although hedoes
not lioast of his purity, always makes goods
that can lie relied upon; for instance, his
Shaker Extractor Roots (Siegel's Sjrup) is
really a valuable article. It is not recom
mended as a cure-all, but as a remedy for
one single disease, viz: Indigestion, in
which disease it works like a charm.
The iiitEATit of a chronic catarrh pa
tient is often so offensive that he cannot go
into society and he becomes ati object of
disgust. After a time ulceration sets in,
the stiongy bones are attacked, and fre
qHently entirely destroved. A constant
source of discomfort is the dripping of the
purulent secretions into the throat, some
times producing inveterate bronchitis, which
In its turn has been the exciting cause of
pulmonary disease. The brilliant results
which have attended its use for jears past
properly designate Ely's Cream Balm as by
far the best and only real cure.
There is no one article in the line of rued'
icines that gives so large a return for the
money as a good porous strengthening plas
ter, such as Carter's Smart Weed ana liens.
onua Backache Plasters. 47r
Mange, Distennier, Diarrlura and Worms
in dogs quickly cured. Scratches, Sores,
Galls, Bruises. Cuts or Wounds of anv
kind quickly and jiennanently healed by
washing vvitli the fluid. Dr. J. Hough, the
distinguished veterinary surgeon, savs: "I
nnd Darby's Prophylactic Fluid all that it is
represented. As a local application, I be
lieve It to be without an equal." For Colic
and Scours it acts like magic
This ponder never varies. A marvel of pu
rlty. stre'ith and wh.lesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kind, and cannot
Le sold In competition with the multitude or
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
Jowders. s.ildonlytn cans Hunt. Bakiso
owDia Co, lOo Wall street. New York.
W ROYAL WBat Jk
vtlBwF v i ! iPtflrfUnHI
SYAIPTOMS OF MASOH'TNl'I
"-" " ..-,v... ......
FIRST STAtiK. Cough in the morning
followed shortly after bj slight expectora
tion, nhlch the patient thinks onlv comes
from his throat ."short breathing, with
tightness in the chest pulse b comes quick
er in the evening or aft era lull meal -chilliness
in the evening with slight fever. I
Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey !
is the 0.YL1 absolute cure for the first '
stages of consumption known to medical.
science todav. This can lie proven by liun-1
dreds of certificates from leading phjsieiiuis
and thousands of testimonials from cured
consumptives. Read what a prominent
div live says:
PutsrrTOn. 5cott Co , Iowa
"I have used Hutu's Pure Malt w hiskey with
creat benefit to my wife, who Is a continued
invalid I know from experience It Is a pure
and most valuable medicine I am also uslm;
lt In the cae of my son. who is threatened,
with consumption. I am a Presbyterian cler
gym.tnamla doctorof divinity. but 1 am not
afraid to recommend Huffv's AUlt WhisUy as i
the purest and most efficient tonic that I know
ot, and my experience is a hire one "
IthV II. MILLS.
This vv hlsky is sold only lu bottles Price, '
51. For sale by Druggists, Grocers and
Dealers. Persons east of the I'ock) Moun
tains (except the Territories) unable to pro
cure it from their dealers can have Half
Dozen sent. In plain case, unmarked, ex-,
press charges prepaid, by remitting i'5 to
THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO..
Rochester. N. Y.
Or Black Leprosy, I a dleae w Men conoMered '
im.uioic, uut i l iias j icmi 10 me cnralne proper-
i tlia at Swipt'h Krrririr nnirUA..n .ti n. i
I world as S. S. S. Mr. Bailey, of Wet ixmierTille.
t Mai's., nrltoston was aiUckM feicral years ago
I with this hideous black eruption, and was treat wlCy
the bet-t mi-dical tak-nt, whocouM only eay that the
' dieac v. as a species of
ar.d conwqnmtly Incnrable. it Is Impossible to de
fcrlbe her mllenriss. IKr body frou tbe crown of
her bead toll e solisof be r feet wisa raifs of decor,
mae of lteh rotting oil and leaiinsprat cavities.
Her trors festered and three or four mils dropped
oil al one lure. lUrhrabs contracted b tbc feairu
nlccratlor. end for Kicral rears tlic did not leave ,
Iwr U-d. Her wcirfit was reduced rc n li; to CO lb.
j 1'crhi t fail t Idea of her coixlitioa can be
nfe trimiiw n. t,t.i.n. i i. Ji i7 : ..1
defeat bytuisBlackVoir.indiommcLdcdtheeuf !
T, ",",,,' j'i ., . . '
trritmala.trc-ort. Micliejan It" u-e under pro-
I 1 cvsl i f the jwison. a, the Fores SM-umcd a mi and
l.raltl.- color, as ihoufh the IOchI .s bccumin,! i
p'irecrdacdir Jtrn llailty continued the s f-.ls. i
until lo.-t Fibroary; wyn.rrwas 1 ealed; the dis
carded chair ted err-tehi. a:.il was for t!ier?t time
la twelve jears a vellworun Hir hn-haul. Mr.
Iliilnn. andviill lake plea.nrc lu giving tbci',ta.ls
of this wonderful cu-r. N'nd tons foTrlatleou I
Ulood and Skin DiMais, mailed fiee
j Tub Swirr fcrrciric Co.. Uiaui.r3. Atlanta, Ga. I
,""r": ::"" '.""".' '""J"'""?"0 nsrer
UoomsSi 6. Mitchell Block
T A. LEWIS,
S. p. Cor. Main and Market Sts
IITIS OP ICHIRO tiith carrtti
H. N. L.IMHbCKKK.Mand57 Arcade. Print
er, Kngravcr and Fashionable .stationer.
W eddlngicoods and call! ait cards a specialty.
A. llltOSS CO., UMIKKT.VKIUS.
Office and W&reroom. 4S W Main sr.
Residence 12 W. Iluth St.
B OK BINDERS.
LUSIEgOrTHE I.L. BAKEITT SOX'g BOOI
170 West Columbia, street.
General Book Binders and Illank Book Manu
These "Washboards are mad a with
a Bent-Wood rim. The Strong
est hoards and bett w&iners in tha
-world. For sale by all defers.
Tke no other.
Ai;iAr mF' Co..
Sclnavrf M lch l -vn
Cor. ghelntit and Elahth ft.
Receive Adertlemenl for tlu riper.
CCTIU1TCC r,rlEnSrirIII(EtTlSISC CDCC
COllMAICOat Lowest Cash Rates IfltC
.jioe-usvCR S. CPMX M1NII1I
inr asiuia sa wul-w lunnwii.
ACTIVE fluctuations In the market oflerop-l
portunities to speculators to mike money in i
grain, stocks, bonds ,md petroleum. Promt t
personal attention given to orders received by ,
wire or in ill Correspondence solicited lull i
luformatinn about the markets In our book,
whlchwlllbe forwarded free on application. I
H. D. KYLE. B inker and Broke-.
W Broad and 34 New Str.ets. .New York City i
I hsi aiKisttlT run Mr for tbe bodifi; brtim
trwitiiil tC c of the wont kin J of tone
d Inet osiirof eliiTTann
Id Mm r&cnrf, that I will twin! TWO HOTtl fcS IKfcK,
toe.tbrwitb aj.LCABLB TKtATlSt n IMa C
i HJ WBvTT . uivBeipre.i.LUr.o iare
va, a, autvb i. iciM.if
IS ON FILE
at the office of
! THE H. P. HUBBARD CO, Judicious Ad
vertising Agents &. Experts, New Haven, Ct.
j Our Airtnocutd Agents who can quote oujjMowt
I atjvtrtiling rate. Aavruserrtent -i
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176 panes. GEO. P. R0 WKLL CO.. 10 Ernie
jbPSjwu jh yww iVjr
WniTTKX I1Y Ills WIIIOW.
He never jaweil in all his life.
He never was unkind.
And (though I say It, who was his wife)
Such men are hard to hnd.
I never changed my single lot,
I thought 'twould be a sin ;
I thought so much of Deacon Bedott
1 never got married again.
If ever he spoke a word in heat
His anger soon vvaso'er ;
He alnavs dressed in garments neat
That came from ,1. M. Route's store.
A wonderful tender heart he had
That felt for all mankind;
He told his friends that honest goods
At J. M. Kuote's store thev'd find.
Whisky and nun he tasted not ;
'Twas sinful, 1 suppose;
And, being saving. Deacon Redott
Went to J. M. Knote's for his clothes.
Hut. s)or man. he died all the same.
My griet I i-tn't control ;
He left good clothes and an honest name
His widow to console.
The finest, most complete anil cheapest
Line of overcoats, gloves and underwear
In Springfield is at J. M. Knote's
Globe Clothing Hou-e, 13 east Main sL
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SUGAR FJ10M COAL TAR.
,THE NEW PRODUCT THAT GREATLY
INTERCSTS THE TRADE.
Curlou. Story nl the lilseovery of "Sac
charin" A Sweet That Is Not Suaeep
tlble to Fermentation Th factory In
One of the mtut eminent and resctdof
the ouiiger chemists of Europe, Alfred Gor
don Kalaiuon, a pupil of Pasteur, and an au
thority m tbo counsels of tbo English scien
title societies, scko to me on the subject tba
otberday,and shewed me a copy of The New
York Journal cf Commerce ot Dec fi,
which contained n leading article decrying
the new proluct. He assured mo that he had
not thoiemotit interest in tbo fortunes, of
"saccharine' but as a chemist he liad had in-,
terest enough m the matter to go to the fao '
tory at Magdeburg, study tha processes "
thoroughly, and secure samples of the article,
both in its original slate, aud as applied to 1
frutLs, syrum, and m the making of sugar!
and candy At bus invitation I spent an Lour
at his laboratory in Feneburch avenue, and
I can only bo that my account of Lis
conversation will be as intelligible to scientists,
sugar men, and the public generally as tba
talk itself was interesting and tnstructivo to
To liegin, it is a mistake to call "saccha
rine," or, as it is scientifically known, ben
zoyl sulph'imo innde. either au adulterant or
an unworthy chemical trick. It is a great
scientific development an honest product,
possessing marvelous properties. None of
these is injurious; some, as will lie shown
later on, are in the highest degree valuable.
It is an indeiendent thing, to bo judged on
its own merits, and no more to be condemned
because of its commercial effect on the sugar
industry than the eleetric light principle was
to be set aside Issrauso it affected gas stocks.
"a curious stobt.
The story of its discovery, like that of so
many other now familiar secrets of science,
is a curious one. A German chemist of ills
ttnetion named Fablberg went to America
some ten years ago as an expert in a custom)
case, which at tho time attracted much atten
tion, and whit h he finally won for his client
as against the United State, government.
Fahll.org disrideil to remain In America, and
went, I U'licv e, to Johns Hopkins university,
wnere lie necaine connected with the labora
tory. He devoted himself wholly to researcl:
among coal tar products, or at least tnadt
this a specialty. One evening, after Ions
labor over a variety of these compounds, h
went to tea neglecting, in bis haste, to wast
his bands. Wlren be put his band to hit
mouth with his bread he noticed a strange,
pungent sweetness, which came from every
thing lm touched. He ran back to the labor
tory and. thru. ting a finger into each of tfci
numerous vessels, at last found the on
which had produced tha taste. Thus "saccli
nne" was discovered. It took a long time and
much hard study to learn the philosophy oi
this production, it has taken eight years t
reduce the manufacture of it to acommercia!
It was formerly supposed that the physical
quality of sweetness was typified by tm
carho-hvdratcs that is, the sugars and
those stan. bes which by chemical treatment
are brought into the group. But Fahlberx'i
discovery does away with this old standard
practically and si lentifically. It is ZX) timet
sweeter than the best cane sugar, equal U
unity. V hat is more extraordinary, it differ!
wholly lu principle from all the carbo
hjclniU- group, that i, from all other knowr
sugars in not being susceptible to fermenta
tion. Every housewife knows how preservei
fruit mildews, how jam molds, and bow yeas!
ferments and spoils. All these operations an
the result of the action of organism, feedmjt
on the sugar, heretofore an inseparable feat
urft of all the sweetening processes. But yoc
runnot produce fermentation in "aacpharine '
To the cniitrnry.it Is powerfully preserva
Uve a quality it ossest-i m common witk
all tbo coal tar products. Of this I bad soim
curious illustrations from the samples Mr.
. Salamon had brought with him from Magde
burg. There were strawlerries, for instance,
put up over a year ago, which had never beet
cooked, and which preserved absolutely then
flavor of the garden. The jam had beer;
boiled, but with the non-fermenting "sacchar
ine" there was no boiling away, no neei of
skimming, which with ordinary sugar in
volvesa loss of 10 per cent. It is not ueces
sury to speak of other samples. Every om
can see what the effect must be, in all tbes
lines of production, of substituting for ordi
nary sugars a sweetening power which can
not ferment and which is strongly preserva
ANOTHER LNTTHESTIMO QUALITY.
Another novel and interesting quality ol
this new product is that it is strictly anti
diabetic. It jiasses through the system ab
solutely untouched German physicians art
making much of this phase of the discovery,
and there has already been established an
independent factory for the manufacture ol
autislialvtic biscuits for the use of the largi
class of patients to whom all sweetening bai
heretofore been forbidden. On this point
there seems to be no possibility of doubt. I
was shown copies of the declarations of Pro
fessors LeyJen, of the Berlin university
Stadelmann, of the Heidelburg university
Stutter, ot Bonn, and Mosso and Aducco, ol
Turin, all made upi.l personal analyses, and
all highly commending the discovery as a
gsin, not only to commerce but to medical
science Professor Sir Henry floscoe, in a
lecture It-fore the Roval institute here, has
ilready described the new compound as "the
most remarkable of the many remarkable
products of coal tar 1 use the word Mcom
pound ' because 'Saccharine' is really a
synthetic result, obtained by coalescing a
number of substances upon the basis of a
derivative from coal tar.
The factory at Magdeburg, over which Mr
Salamon went, is a mammoth establishment,
embracing with its wharfage on the Elbe,
nearly a half square mile of ground. The
machinery set up u of the sort to delight a
scientist's heart, and tho inventions of Eng
land, the United States, Germany, France
and Russia have all contributed to it. When
the start is made in February the drss de
liveries are made in March between '4J0 and
SOU orkmeu will he employed. Mr Sala
mon iloes not credit the statement of The
Journal of Commerce that there have been
efforts "To Is'at up capital in London anil
Antwerp" Thvie are only four, or, at tba
most, live pamers in the firm of FaVberg,
List & Co . no oun- of whom is an English
man There is one Antwerp man mtbe firm
They have put f jOO.IAW iu the bu-ines. and
this, so far from being a stock company ad
venture, represents tba faith of a fen part
ners who have put their all into the busi
ness ei York Times.
feugar siweeleneU to His last..
Another story is told of a groccryman
of the shrewd old Yankee stock, who on
several occasions was surprised to nnd
sums of money in his sugar. Where it
came from was a mystery It may have
been bidden by slaves for some purpose,
but for what it would be hard to say.
The storekeeper being too conscientious to
keep the money without trying to find an
owner, and likewise lielng very loath to
give It up, hit upon this plan to satisfy
conscience and keep the money. Going
to the merchants of w horn he purchased
the floods he inquired vv hether they were
responsible for the sticks and stones and
things that were in it.
"Xo, sir," was the reply, "you must
take the sugar just as we recciv e iL We
are not responsible for anything in tho
barrels." It is needless to say that the
storekeeper did not press the matter.
President Gresy anil the FalrUa.
President Gravy, of France, was found
the other ilny reailini; a Ixiok of fairytales.
"You are relievinu your mind from poli
tics. Monsieur Ie I'resiilentf" ob:-crveil the
vLsitor. "Oh, not at all," was the reply.
"I ntn oulisiil to read all the books.
My prantld.incliter s-i).s she had enough
of" the old stories, and so I niitst learu
some new ones " Chicago Herald.
Kural Ijiiidlonl (to Kiiest) Ily gum,
mister, I forgot to tell on last night that
that winder don't s-het down close, an' I
see the snow's drifted in an' kivered yer
clo'es up I'll lie up In it minute with a
shovel an' dig 'em out! Puck.
Kyrs of Venemoua Snakca.
The eyes of ixiisonous snakes have been
found by Ur. IJeiilaniln Sharp to nave ei-
liDtical nunils. while in the harmless
species thev are circular.
wia.i j m .n MJcaa
? BY USING
DlSTEGiTEHED LAJUS WHO USE IT,
tt th rrr 9tTtntkJi ftT OS!,
aad fur titr futa-r 1 .hall aw t trtJarr,
5Ii.WA AdeUoa PattL
lot-no. Eao. Jon In l""b ttwl !mrHf!.UJT.
br ih next r-aiiw, S !"- f J""' "Unrift
I'liiU" By iJr at Ma- I aiu. KlitmL
Iflrvf ItfarMiwrljrW tL 1 f-osraUy briar ,
vrr lfwin rtru.
Ckni Lonia-9 Ke.Ionr.
It rfTM ma i rramira to !! nr nam to tha 1M
cf lb. kaa alr.aJy TYromnMHutrit ytmr
Lstnt rasat," aal to axprwaa Ut aaLalartiam u
For taa land, arms ttmk I Asvl tt nj-rW
j (TSH&rtlc, as it ara aut rtaoa 08 ti jurnx-ou.
Jesaie. Victoria and Bosln Volte.
alw fn-t a t4amir t- a4J ar tnials t
! lraHprriiiriiwTiUaai'i-niMUe for m wfUaJna,
v save am a wiu rtjwr musutuh.
Tfaif Luano raKLH la an nrsrQVat trma&lc.
tail aaa cia m nun. a aatlalaiUL la amac u.
FannT Daren Dort.
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I fraMT It far antirrfc Li uv artkla af La kiaJ
La ua ta UlsrumkUT
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Mre. D. p. Bowers.
Emtnoatlsr aftfvl . . .-tL. J - -
trm iQjaHoas tSm la, Jxt whV h 1 clwartullr ra-
Charlottj ThrvmrMrm .
CoukW It tatd tk K-t ifLi r .v. .Li- r
frkraxU aivl taa Italia vaf all.
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secure from observations. -CnoirLts .Mir
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P.S. Mention this paper.
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cin. ror woman."
LYDIi L PlnKUH'S
For AZXet thoae Painful
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Coxaplicated Uvnbles and
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T1U TASTJE. tm
caaoca am h-
mtAtatt and tost'
tna in itM effect.
iTJS aTTBT OUCstT HZLT iv ratxaxjurcT. ut ftzums
ract ccxxva ulbob axi at Kn.rz.aa xtasTBCAL rnirisa.
OVER 1000 LADIES IN PHILADELPHIA
krae, teatifjr u to Its food qnaUUea. It la a delicate
natter to testify about bat we liave tiieir namea.
tWTcr all weaineaaea of th.e gerieraUve orcana of
either aex. It la aecond to no remedy that haa ever
been before the public: andfbralldiaeaaeeofthaKlvd
neys It la tho Grtateit Ermedg in the World.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY.
IU purpoaf it olttifor t Irffittmat kntinf of di
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It wlQ core entirely all O Tartan or Vaginal tronblea.
Inflammation and TJlceration.Tallicjj and Displace
ments; and consequent Spinal TCeakneae. and la par
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WEARY WOMEN PRAISE IT.
Itremorcs Falntnese, Flatnleuey. destroya all env
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Indigestion. That feelicf of bearing down, cauala
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AN ANCEL OF MERCY.
It Is absolutely a safo core tor all female wakneaaea.
'ncludinf leuoorrhrxa, irregular and painful menatru
atlon. Inflammation and Ulceration of the womb,
flooding, prolaprua uteri, ic. It contalna no aub
stanoe that la harmful. Ie j. and re.
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HofkinUy should be without LTDIA E. TISTKSAJbTS
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AU these world-wide celebrated remedies are maim
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ance of heat, fatigue and ex
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THIRTY appear but TWEN
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and perfect are its effects,
that ft is impossible to detect
The flint done orten astonishes the In
valid, ft-iTina; elasticity of uilnd and
Bouyancy of Body
to vmlrh he was before- a atranajer.
Thcjr ariie appetite,
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RAILROAD TIME CAM.
Cm.Iand, Colnmbua, Clnelnuatt and
Hlht Exrre.. -l.am
12 New Yort A Boston Express
2 Cleveland A Eastern Express.
t New York Limited Express . ..
"9 15 pm
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? SPK-. Cln. i VVes. Ex
1 Cln. Klvlnv IEii.tr...
a Cincinnati A Indianapolis Express llluara
3 CleTelandClnelnnati vnis-s.
i CIntl.. Icd.,St. Louis Kan. Ex
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9 Night Eipreia iliam
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IIITI riOH SOCTH.
8 Night Express . . 1 ,aia
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12 New York Boston Limited .s( jj ain
XIeTeuuid Jt Eastern Express i U) pm
Cincinnati i bprtngneld Accom . s u pra
tl New lork Limited Express. -Hprn
N o. 12 haa throuith sleepers to New i ork and
Joiton without change.
No. 4 Is the famoua limited- express, eom-
Med entirely of deepen, east of Cleveland.
rarooih ileeperi from Sprtnirtleld. Make.
xew York In at)H hours and Boston la Mi
No. 27 has free Reclining Chair ear to St. -Louis
. -H- mfiGUT.
r ? ilftSU"14 0ttu Steamship AKent.
a. J. BMIIH. Arcade liepot,
ladlaaat, SBooaUagtaa and Western Uall
auiTs jEon uir.
I Niaht Ex . i.u.
T Sandusky Mall . ..!". 7ii am
V Pacific Mall and Ex .
1 Kansas City Ex
l'J: i m
2 Columbia. Express...
I Atlantic Mall .
8 sandusky.Mail ..
S New York Llmlted.
- l:2o pm
- :(5 pm
.. IK am
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- S-.35 pm
.. 2-15 am
b so am
.. 5 1 pm
1 15 am
1 Is pm
.. 2.15 am
iiitvi run wisr.
2 Eastern Ex .
I Atlantic Mall
i New York Limited
i PacUc Mall
i Kansas City Ex . ...
Ultra rxoM sobth.
1 Cincinnati Ex
5 Kenton Accommodatloa- ...
t Columbus Mall ....
1 Lake.lde Ex.
I Put-In Bay Ex-
Ohio Sonthern Balbroad.
1 Mall and Ex.
I Balnbrtdxe Accom-
i Mall and Ex.
. 10:23 am
. 5:25 pm
t BalnbrKUe Accom.
Trains marken thru run dally; all other
ralas dally except Sunday.
Train No. 1 has a throtnth coach for Lincoln,
sen., and through sleeper between sprtcitSeld
Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair
an lor Peorta. and through sleeper trom In
tlanapolls to Cblcavo.
Train No. 5 ha elegant new Woodruff sleeper
exeept Saturday; through from Columbus to
It. Paul and Minneapolis; also through coach
rom Colombo, to Kansas City, and chair cars
wtween Colomhus and Burlington. Iowa.
All through train, on main line both east
lad west hare through sleepers and chair cars
between Columbus and Peoria.
C. E. HENDEKbON. Oeneral Manager.
H. M. BK0NSOX. Gen. Ticket Agent.
D. B. K0ACU, Oeneral Agent.
WM. UKYFKRM AN. Ticket Agent, .
rttta, Ota. St. IxraU B. EV-L. K. Dlit
1 Vast Line.
7:15 a. m.
"3:25 P. m.
U Xenla Aeeom.
11 V estern ExDress.
T Cincinnati hiprais.
aaaiTi rson wist.
10 Xenla Aeeom.
8 Eastern Kinross . in-?5) a m
I Limited pissM :iQ p. m
it Columbus sad Rich moad Seal . S.iUb.m
-uauy. Tuaiij except Sunday.
Trains Nos. 11 and a run solid to Rlehmond.
Train No. has chair car from Springfield to
Trains Xos. 6 and 2 run solid frum Rich
mond to Springfield.
So. 0 has chalrcar from St. Louis and points
west to Springfield without change
We make fast ttms and sure connections.
Take a ride with us.
8s. Dodos. Ticket Agent.
BT.T,Fma.a Ohio B.B.
All trains run on Central time S mlnntes
slower than city time.
Tiiiss axxiTC r SOUTH I XaST.
No. 3. Cln. JtSt. LoolsEi.. daily 1:41 a. m
" 1. AceomdallyexceDtsundayJOiSSa.m
" 5. St. Louis Ex.. daily 4-47 p. m
TUtSSLIATS GOt.SG KasT.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally. .10:42 a. m,
" 2. Accom .dallyexceptSunday. 5.07 p. m.
" 12. Atlantic Ex.. dally 2i3 a. m.
No. 4. St. Louis Limited, dally .10-40.1. m.
2. Accom..dallyexcept&unday. 5-16 p. m.
" 12. New York Ex.. dally. . 2:15. a. m.
No. X Cln.Jk St. Louis Ex.,dally 1:47 a. m
" 1. Accom-dallyexcept.tonday.l0:4ija. m.
' 5. bt. Louis Ex.. daily -4:4p.m.
No. 4 has steepen. but no change of can In
either case through to New York. Xo. 5 has
through slerpen to St. Louis ah trains ar
tiTeaad depart from I. B. Jt V. depot In this
tor tickets to all points and further Infor
mation, call on J. D. ruLtoiK.
Agent, 72 Arcade.
The "OLD UOtSE." Eatabllshrd 1HI0.
JOSEPH R. PEEBLES SOKS.
Grscers, Pike's Rail diss;. Clnclsiiiati. O.
3ff-r tha Or-asl TUtaa -PA-UH IT AMEUIQIE" Ckaaa-
asajrattB. Mssailac byaal alt rparKllaf wtatr taat pn(rii'j.
fraii; aa4 xuArf )aaIUf aa ratlahad tj Eplcarvaa laaaaia
n-ara. Oaea draafc. a pit-ftras-a fac it hwasata a Batara.
H Ia.ClBti Catarara aatt UaaaakaeDen sskaalst vtita tat Peebles
Ubacsue daavriastra Frica UaU
-in. out oorract suDStmita n asotners
milk. Inraluabi. la Chol.ra Infantum
and Teething. -S. pr-dlgited fooil tbr Dyw
pantlcs, Consumptliras, Conralescents.
"iftn mtnui 1. mil Wastlnc Diseases.
Baqonssi do oooktns. Our Book. The Care
and readlns; of Infarta, mailed tra..
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Far Bess aaal tataUesary
HBaHav j aaiitat. aurtvaaasi
aUaa ton baart a
feu laaa 3 (aliaaa of
'oo-vlatl. all klaxfel
riuni vota. ruopt.
ssst. Oaa aad ta H.
BSS4 tor lUaatnwdcls.
r eon prtet oat, traa.
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lXr.mnteJ nblolutllu Ttur
Coton, from which the eaeeM of
OU ha. been removed. It tun fSrea
tiF the ttrength of Coco, nuied
with Starch. Arrownnjt or Sugar,
and Ulherefor. far more economi
cal, cottlxg frit V.a one ceaf a
rap. It la delicious, Dourinhlog.
Jtrengthenlng, eaeity aiwsieu, iw
admiratily adapted lor imaiiu.
well aa for person, in health.
814 ky Briers .terywheta.
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