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Per Found for Choice Island
IN 10 POUND BASKETS.
1 kad 93 trt Main 8U and 0 Somth Mar
kct 8L, Sprlngn.KJ, O.
CORRECT FALL STYLES.
BROADWAY SILK HAT
Hatter and Furnisher, 5 East
0V VT FTFR Today the Sprtnrt'M ILt
1rr t- will Insert saclT'sds
"Lst.""For Rent.""For !." ete.ln this
rnln-nn i. tim fr. throe times for twenty
ft.eeerts an six tint, for riftr cents
flTec c"' TIIESPRISOFIELDFCB CO.
May 23. 17
TITsNTFn-Man for good psytte business
W ;-.vlr.ltnl Call on McMahon, 8 to
a m-Central hotel
WtNTFlt n1"tw AppWat Willi"
.Jl of shorthand between and t
In the morning
Wi vrFP ""od machine, floor and snap
hineVn-olderaat the Loeb Fonndrr r.t .
TTTXNTKU-PHrrhssers at thealeof regis
V ter-1 -nd carted Jrrser.; LtSatur
the old Ludlow Place. ast High street. !-atar
day. September 1. at I p.m. J
and lot. ntn-fc of eoods.or something """
wanted to trade tor Kansas land. Po U, at
once. , -
TrjTrar,- sgents-Elther sex 10 Wj at
i oaee. crann mm . -- ----- -
thirty dsv. royal picnic while It J
oulek. V Home Manufacturing Co .Boya!
. s r a ..(. flAPinn nrwr
lnt'ndentot bench molderi, at the Leb
t7Annin-l'yt IIAMtlir. III. "'-""
WXTEP-rellanlemanM represent .our
nurseries In this section. Somethlni
permanent. Chas. ft. Stuart Co- nnrsery
men. Xewark. Sew Tor, established 1851. tS
WA.NTFI) AH mnas oi cioiuri-ii.v-r.Dlr:
called for and dearered: order-
Ir?n'l promptly wum w. .
-..- ... ... A k . Miller
164 West Main.
F1U P XT.E-entT yards body brussels car
p.t. see .nd hand. Call M 3. norta I.lme
atone street. lint
FIR SLK-t aoctlon-ReEistered ano
ended Jerseys, at the old Ludlow riaee.
cast ntch street. Saturday. September 10
at 2 p JlaT
FOR "!LF A tine lot of registered an'
craded Jerseys, to be sold at auction, at
the old Ludlow Piiee. east High street. Mtur
rf.. Cni.mturin.iit2D.m. Jpy
FIR SXLK-A'l the furniture containea ir
the Yellow aorinss Honse wlllbe sold at
puVIe aiictlon. Tu-slay. Sept 11. l"n
men-1 c at 10 a m sharp and eontlnuln
fr-mdsy todiyuntil all th evvls are dls
poselof This fur-lture was all P";ha.e
newshmt year mo Larce part of It Ks
JJrYJen ue1. and all of th- latest deslirn
Pee lc posters eery where Don t fall to at
tend the ssle Terms cash B. A r''l
Yellow Sprlncs, 0 James Foley, auctioneer
FOU KEVT Mx rooms In a larce house. ltl
cas and llltered cistern water and othe
lmproeme ts IS per month; referrncerc
quired 6" S. Mechanic st. "D
OR REN'T House of elsht rooms, centralis
ioeaie.t. $: per month. Inquire of J r
.Mcdrew.aE .Main St. -1"'
FOR REN'T-House of 10 rooms on east lllsl
street. I. B. Kawllns znt
FOR REXT-A house of T rooms. Xo; .It
Chestnut avenue. Apply to I rank J. "ebb
telephone So Jt
FOR RENT-House A rery desirable seren
room brlcW house. So Maple aenu.
lot 75x275: suitable for small family: K
atable.out houses, hydtant. well, cistern, etc
Enquire of J O. CL ARK. corner Jefferson an.
Market streets. '"
FIR REXT Two or four rooms, central!
located, with nrst-class accommodation"
rents cheap, none but white need apply; ma
and wife preferred. Cor. Waahtngton stree
and Deardoff avenue. 7r
FR REXT The large store room.r;i eas'
Main street, rent S10 per month In qulr.
of Thomas rharp. a""
MONEY TO LOAN.
irOXEY TO LOAX-On good mortgace or
2L on personal security inquire u -',."
sell, real estate and loan agent, room 5 om
mercial block. plPgfield.O. Jt-3..m
ifOXEY TO LOAS-Insumsof l5notoS7,(Wi
M onthreotofiveyears'tlme, on nnt morl
rase or approved commercial paper. Ueorg
HTColet.room Xo 1. Lagonda bank build Itit
LO-.T-eterday. within one or two miles v
the clt j. on the I rbana pike or ramn her
n north LlmeMoue. Main. Market, l'leasa
orlellowtprlngs streets. a gold liket wit
blue enamel If finder will return to John H
Wilson he will be liberally rewarded, as tb.
aluefrom association Is Jar beyond their
trinslc worth of the keersake ;i
. T.Ti SOUiS, m. .
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Physicians and Surgeons.
Otter, o. 3 Slitchell Illck.
It-llence, No. 143 High '
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m, 1 p. m. to S p. nt,
Dr. Frank C. Runyar,
a-.Morpy Bro.'s Store-
Bpolsl attention trtren to In
DR. H. R. DOSCH.
Operating Dentistry a Specialty.
l'rl.ir- ISand 17
SPICING S PICKLING
Season Is at hand. Ir Casper. Druggist.
hail lull supply of all the Articles needed
in bottling, spiring, pickling and preserv
WHOLE AM) POWDERED XACE,
White and Black Sustard Seed,
Celery and Cardtruou Seed', Cassia or
Powdered and Stick Cinnamon,
Cayenne Pepper l'odf,
And many other spires, all of the best quality,
also, best sealing Una. at
GASPER'S Drug Store,
rtsarBlok. Malntr.t,3d Doer Wast
COMINO B KTS.
Fiiist Pufsuvtlhian Ciivi.ch. Grand
Organ Concert Thursday evening, Septem
Buck's.-Thursday evening, Sept. S.
Cora Van Tassel's great spectacular play,
"The Hidden Hand."
C,n.M. Thursday, Sept. 8, fius Wil
CitvMt. "The Ivy Leaf." Friday and
Satunla) , Spteniber 9 and 10.
Hi. vcVs. Wednesday e ening. Sept. 14,
rredenck Warde as "Galba. the Gladi
ator." CLVTRIL.M. E Cnvncii. Grand Choir
Concert Company, Thursday evening, Sep
Mr. Oscar Dudley went to Xenia todaj
Mr. Frank Clarke left this afternoon for
Mrs. J. E. Kyle, of Xenia, was in the
city this morning.
Kev. Joseph Kjle and Mr. James Carson
are in Xenia today.
Mr. J. J. Miller went to Xenia this morn
ing on legal business.
Miss Little Mitchell is in Yellow Springs
todaj, calling on friends.
Mr. Al Clarke returned toda from a
business trip to Cincinnati.
Mr. John Smith and wife leftiia the Tan
Handle today for Philadelphia
Mrs. Wni. C. Downey and family left to
lay on a wsit to West Liberty.
Dr. Kodgers and daughter left todaj na
the Tan Handle for Philadelphia.
Mr. Willie Huben. of this city, is ylsitmg
his aunL Mrs. Fisher, at Urbana.
Mrs. P. S. Djer has just returned fiom
a usit among friends at Cincinnati.
Mr. Henry Eyre Browne' orgn recital
a' the First Presbj tenan church this even
ing. " Mr. Chandler Bobbins left this morning
ms tiie Pan Handle for Philadelphia on
The ladies of St. Paul church have com
pleted xrrangements for refurnishing the
Alter today one thousand mile tickets on
the N. 1. P. Jt O. railroad will beadanced
in price to S25.
Miss Belle BnanL of DaUon, is the
jiest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Land, on
east ration street
Mrs Will Hoyt, of Cincinnati, formerl)
Miss Beifsnider. of this city. Is visiting
friends and relatives here.
Miss Lottie Mann, who has been visiting
Mrs. Miller, east Patton street, left yester
day for her home in Cincinnati.
Mr. Mack Bottoms, an emploje at the
Arcade grocery, is ery sick at his home on
York streeL He has the malaria.
Mr. Croy, formerly In the music business
in Springfield, but now advertising solicitor
of the Columbus Time, is In the city.
The many warm friends of Mr. S. S.
Black are glad to welcome him back, after
a brief visit to his old home at Zanesville.
Only three arrests were made jesterday.
James Hubert, drunk: William Burns, loit
ering, and Henry Neulno. assault and bat
tery. Messrs. John L. Zimmerman, Randolph
Coleman. K. S. Ludlow and Robert John
son went to Xenia this morning on busi
The office and writing room at the St.
James hotel is being handsomely repapered
and presents a great! improved appear
The funeral of Mrs. Rachel Cavileer will
uke place from her late residence Fndav,
at 4 p. m. Friends of the family are m
viud. Miss Hazel West, the bright three-jear-
ld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Wes.L
his entered Mrs. Bruce's kindergarten
The Superior Drill Co. sent two of the
handsomest drills they ever turned out to
the Missouri state lair, at St Louis, todaj.
via the Pan Handle.
Miss Henrietta Ford, west State street.
one of the best musicians In the city, left
testerdar for Lexington. Ky., where she
will give instructions in music
Mr. Anuel Metzger. of the Adams Ev
nress oflice. is in Xenia todav. He will re
turn soon If lie Is not overcome b the flow
of water from the new water works.
Mrs. W. S. Newberry left for Columbus
olay to vWt friends and make pomenec
essarj arrangements for her Mn Elmer.who
will orobablv attend school there this
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hollowa and daugh
ter. Miss Acsa. arrived home jesterday
from a trip ta Detroit and the northwest
Thev are in splendid health and had a most
Mr. Charles P. Kalbfus, stenographer at
the SujH-nor Drill Co works, was called
home to Camden. Ohio, todaj bj the death
of his mother. Mr. Kslbfus hasthesjiu
path of many friends in his great bereave
TI.e Springfield base ball club goes to
Urbana tomorrow to plaj" the third and dc
"iding game vutn the team of that citj
Both clubs have taken a game ap'ece and
the outcome of the third is awaited with in
The prices on celf. kip and rubber boot'
.ire guaranteed to be J.'i per cent lower at
IN-ie A Parsons. No 28 so ith Market
street than any other place in Spnngheld.
Saturiln,, September loth, " P.M., al the
olil Ludlow I'iare, haul Illglist.
A line lot of graded and registered Jer
ses; among them Ornamental, A. ,1. C. C.
41CI4, and Princess Ripple. A. J. C. C.
41CI5. A golden opportunity to secure a
magnificent milch cow. Everj thing goes.
DON'T BE A CLAM.
A Custom-made Chejiot Suit for SJ'i.OO.
A tMrc-ainextraordlnarj. Astistic cutting.
hne workmanship, a perfect fit
J. W. PHILLIPS.
t EAST MUX S1REET.
Mrs. Sol. Houck. Mrs. K. O. MeCord
Mrs, D. C. Putnam and Mrs. 1L L. Dolon
went to South Charleston today.
Dave Brantien, Joe Welnstem. George
Baker and E. W. Jamison were arrested
todaj on the charge of disorderly conduct
Thej were engaged in a fight on Tuesdaj
The attention of the lawjers is railed to
the fart that the time for noting cases for
the coming term of the Clark count) court
of common pleas expires September 20.
This notice is conspicuous!) disp!a)ed at
Miss Lillie F. Preston, the arcomplished
performer who figured so prominent!) In
the Preston entertainment at the Second
Baptist church Monday night, has been
photographed in her dnferent positions and
gestures, b) Mr. 1.. P. 11 muter.
Mrs. Harrj McCuddy, who has been vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. 1). Bow
ser, of east Water street, w as railed home
to Springheld jesterday by a telegram stat
ing that her husband's grandmothers, Mrs.
Cavileer, of High street was dead. Xen.a
The Dirkson conimandery gave a lawn
fete at the residence of Mr. W. II. Dickson,
last evening, but on account of the coolness
of the evening and shortness of the notice,
the crowd was small. Music was furnished
by the Sextette band.
Ohev Zedukah (Jewish) congregation has
re-elected Rabbi A. Israel for the coming
j ear, and the following congregational offi
cers: President A. Aron;ice president,
M. M. Kaufman; secretary and treasurer.
M. I). Levy. Monday, September 19, is
Hebrew new ) ear, aud will be appropriate! j
It will appear at the proper time that J.
b. llarr had w hat he considered good and
sufticient reasons for disposing of J. P.
Sharp's services. The amount spoken of in
jestenlaj's Rrnni ic was for services not
jet rendered, and as he had b) his conduct
broken his contract with Mr. Barr his de
mand was not accepted.
Ou the occasion of the visit of Mrs. Bag-
Iej department president W. It C. the la
dies of Mitchell Relief Corps will hold a
reception at the residence of Mr. I). C.
PuUiam. south Spring street Friday even
ing. Sept 9. to which the members of
Mitchell post Sons of Veterans, anil mem
bers of the corps are cordially invited.
Prospective Marring of Mr. It. F. Bench
and 31I.B Ktica L. Muzzy.
The following Invitations were Issued to
ou are Invited to be present at the
B F. Bticii
Hun L Mizzr,
the First Presbyterian Church,
W ednesday ratrning. September II.
'llie prospective groom Is a prominent
business man. and the bride lias for )ears
occupied trust worth j positions in the pub
Tiie Climate or Chill.
Althongh the climate of Santiago Is
about that of Washington or St. Louis,
the people hav e a notion that Arcs in their
houses are uuhealthfuL aud. except in
those built by English or American resi
dents, there is nothing like a grate or a
stove to be found. Ev erybody w cars the
warmest sort of underclothing and heavy
wrap, indoors and out. The people spend
aix months of the year in a perpetual
shivsr, and the remainder in s perpetual
perspiration. It looks rather odd to see
civilized people sitting In a parlor, sur
rounded by every possible luxury wealth
can bring except fire, wrapped in furs and
rugs, with blue noses and chattering
teeth, when coal Is cheap and the moun
tains are covered with timber. It is odd,
too, to see in the streets men wearing fur
caps and their throats wrapped in heavy
mufflers, while the women who walk be
side them have nothing on their heads at
alL Dunng the morning, while on the
way from mass or while shopping, the
women wear the manta, as thej- do in
Peru; but in the afternoons, on the prom
enade or w hen riding, they go liare headed.
Although the prevailing diseases are
pneumonia and other throat and lung
complaints, and during the winter
the mortality from these causes is im
mense, the Clullano persists in believ
ing that artificial heat poisons the at
mosphere, and when he visits the home of
a foreigner and tmds a lire, he will ask
that the door be left ajar so that he may
be as chilly as usual. At fashionable
gathenngs. dinner parties and that sort
of thing. I hav e seen women in full even
ing dress, w ith bare arms and shoulders,
with the temperature of the room bet ween
40 and 50 degs Fahrenheit. They often
carr) into the salon or dining room their
fur wraps, and w ear them at the table,
while at ever) chair Is a foot warmer of
thick llama wool, into which they push
their dainty slippered toes. These foot
warmers are ornamental as well as useful,
have embroidered cases, and are manufac
tured at home, or can be purchased from
the nans, who spend much of their time
in needlework. Harper's Magazine.
What Salt Is Good for.
When you give your cellar its spnng
cleaning add u little copperas water and
salt to the whitewash.
Spnnklmg salt on the tops and at the
bottoms of garden walls is said to keep
snails from climbing up and dovv n.
For relief from heartburn or dyspepsia,
dnnk a little cold water iu which has
been dissolv ed a teaspoonf ul of salt
Ink t-tains on linen can be taken ont if
the stain is first washed in strong salt
and water and then sponged with lemon
For stains on tho hands nothing Is bet
ter than a little salt, with enough lemon
juice to moisten it, rubbed ou tho kpots
and then washed off in clear water.
In a basin of water, salt, of course, falls
to the bottom; so uevtr soak salt tish with
the fckin side dovv n, as the salt will fail to
the skin and remain there.
The very simple remedy of common
salt has cured many cases of fever and
ague. A teaspoonf nl taktn in w atcr, aud
a teaspoouf ul I'.ciKjMieJ iu each stocking,
next to the foot, as tho chill is coming ou.
This comprises the whole of the treat
ment For weeds in pavements or gravel
walks, make a strong brine of coarse salt
and Innling water; put the brine in a
spnnklms can and water the weeds thor
oughly. Wing cartful not to let any of the
brine git on the grass, or it will kill it too.
If a chimney or flue catch on fire, close
all w indow s aud doors first, then hang a
blankit iu front of the grate to exclude all
air. Water should uev er be poured down
the cluuine), as it t-poils the circU.
Coarse salt thrown don n tho flue is much
Money In Cuba.
Mono) in Santiago de Culm is .a scarce
article, and to change a 1 gold puce
would take n ila)'s travel, and invariably
the change (if American) would have a
hole punched in each piece. This is done,
I am informed, to keep the money In the
country. I do not remember of seeing on
the island of Cuba a piece of American
money in circulation w ithout a hole in it
American paper money Is of no value for
general trade in Santiago, and Cuban pa
per money will not pass at alL Money
being so scarce the greater part of the
trade is carried on by barter among the
general public, and the money is firmly
held by the few exporters and larger deal
ers. Cor. Detroit Post
Fin cigars at Uohl Ljon's.
Nf w Caisi isi f. Sept 7. Nothing of an
exciting character has transpired in our
village since our last letter, business is
dull and hard times apiears to be the
principal theme of conversation among our
citizen-: no one seems willing to make anj
ventures in anj direction, so as to break
the leatherg) that now pretails The gas
well failure has taken all the enterprise out
of our business men, and all are now trjing
lion iiottodiianjthing.andnianj of ourpeo
are without means to supplj their wants.
so Unit the future looks dirk and gloomv
Not onl) as to anv ho- of a revival in
business, but to the supplj ing of manj nf
the MHir lemilies of our commuiiitj with
actual lus essities of life. True, work is
not plent). but the wont feature is there
-cems to be but little disposition on the
part of many of our laborers to sek stead)
employment at reasonable wag's, this
grow ing indifference in regard to emploj
ment b) those who are dependent upon
da)s labor is not a good omen.
from the fact that too much Idleness breeds
discontent, and sooner or later trouble is
sure to come. True, all work and no plaj
makes Jaik a dull bo): but sternly, constant
labor is a great peacemaker: it prevents
crime and produces happiness. As long as
a man Is content to labor lie is happ), and
is less subject to temptation . . .Our minis
ter of the M. E. church. Rev. J. W. Gaddes.
isawa attending conference. It is feared
bj man) that lie will not be returned to us,
as Ids success here lias sent Ids reputation
abroad as a zealous Christian worker, and
such ministers are in demand . .The ring
ing of the school bell is again heard in our
land, calling the bojsand girls to their
books. For eight months or more the work
of learning the children to think and pre
pare for the duties of after life will be car
ried on. Such are the w ise. prov isions made
bj the -lite that everj ihild. however poor
in purse thej may be, the) c-ui be educated
and qualified for the intelligent discharge
of the duties that will bj and bj devolve
upon them as citizens of a free countrj
Mrs. William Greer was buried last week.
She was one of the earlj pioneers of our
town, being a resident for nearlj hftj jears.
Jonas l.uc-s and wife are both on the
sick list ...We have the promise of new
sidewalks in front of a number af our busi
ness houses Mr. Wm. Stockstill is build
ing a roinmodlous residence ou Washington
street . . .Our doctors report considerable
su knes, at present of a t j phoid nature. . .
Thursdaj. the Sth. the ScarlT and Stoute
mjer families hold their annual reunion on
tiie tarm of Mr. J. J. ScartT. located one
mile south of the village. Th gathering
promises to lie the social ev ent of the sea
son.... The Sons of Veterans h-Idalawn
fete on the law n of Dr. N'etf on Siturda)
evening, which was ver) well attended
and proved a great financial success . . .
Mr. II. N". Taj lor has returned from an e
tensive tour iu the west Rev. A. S. Fer- 6 '
iruson. nastor-elect of thn Christian church.
moued mto the parsonage on Madison
strett on Wednesday of last wetk ...Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Wallace, of Springfield,
spent a few da)s in the Gem Village last
week, visiting the family of Mr. Hamlet
...Hon. E. S. Williams, of Troj, spent
the Sabbath here, visiting his venerable
father The ladies of the Presbj tenan
church propose to give a lawn fete, at Mr.
J. 1. Stafford's, on Thursdaj evening, the
Mil . . .Mr. Hart Rannells attended the sen
atorial convention ou tiie 1st. It does not
require much of a pretext for Hart to go
Springheld of late. Legal business, we
suppose, is the drawing card.
Gnt.t Nnroi is. Sept. 7. We see that the
union labor part) extended its anas so as j through the day will note small changes
to gra-p one of old Green's citizens and jr be affected thereby,
place him on their ticket It is J. B. Pat- A cold is simply a nervous shock re
ton, a candidate for the legislature, but the j -eived by the m)nads of minute nerve
Triutwrijit thinks it is doubtful if the union terminals that bristle over the surface of
laUtr part) comes an) va)s near being sue- jje human body, transmitted to the cen-
cessful in the election of their man As , trra and so back again to the mucous
Monday was labor daj-. it was generallj ob- membrane, the peculiar seat of this special
servid in this vicimtv in the corn held ... irritation. Let us then so train these sen
John Davis spent last week in Columbus, 1 3ltjTe flrs that they ill pass by nnno
visiting relatives . .. "Cabriolet" will please ' need changes of atmospheric condition,
put his writing tn a boot when none
with the paiter for future ruminating
I We learn that Peacock has been renovated,
I fresh coated on the inside, aud two joung
I men nourish the staining brush on the out
side. Nothing like makingthe sehool room
attractive for the )oung Your reporter
is now eon'ined to his bed with rheumatics,
and these few Hues were penned while
I) ing in bed. You will please
excise this short paper
Ou last Monda) evening, in Greene town
snip, w.ieuau , '""'; "",
the weary fanner had laid himself to rest
and had arrived at dreamland and was ex
ploring its regions, when Io, the theives
madeon F. M. Hesses' sweet potato patch
and dug a bushel or more and thinking
them dry just touch the young chicken
roost and took a few. Next place visited
was the farm of Joseph Waddle, where
the) added to their booty a lot more chick
ens and a pet lamb, which Mr. Waddle's
daughter had cared for when It was quite
Exox-, Sept C Miss Wesler, of TlPte
canoe. O . who has been visiting her broth
er. Al. Wesler. returned home Satuida),
Miss Xee Baker, of this place, arcoinpaii)-
ing her Mrs. Alex. Dilla'itnit Miss Ida
Winget Walter Sliellabarger and Alex.
Dillahunt attended the state fair last
Wednesda) and Thursda), the hrnt two as
delegates of the W. C. T. V. of tins place.
The M. E. Sunda) school of tins place
will give an entertainment in their church
on Sunda) evening, the 1Mb inst ...Mr.
Sparrow, who has been staj ing iu Dark
county, this state, the post summer, has
returned and will begin house-keeping
soon Lea Wingtt and Laura Dellinger
are down with typhoid fever ...There will
be a phrenological course of lectures here
next week Win. Bane) of Springfield is
the guest of his brother. John Bane), of
the fcnon hotel 1 he Lnon nigh school
and most of the schools of the township
opened out Monday. The Euon school be
gan with sixtv scholars Crist Needles,
who has been in Deiawarecount). Ohio, the
past summer, is biek again . . . the M. h.
Sunday school, of Enon. elected W. T.
Hill, superintendent and J. A. Erv in as
sistant for the coming year.
A Chance for an Inventor.
The Associated Pros has taken up the
typewriter, and now employs nunv of
these useful in truments. All its tele
graphic report are rent m to the nous
tapei t in tv i w ntteu copy. On the
thui, yellow "1111115)" tj).T used the
tyjiewnter wU give a score of duplicate
copies if nciessurj. It is one of the fun
niest things in tho world to we a teleg
rapher use a tvpewnter. Tho fastest
telegrapher using the Morse alphnl?t is
slower than the slowest otierator em the
typewriter. For instance, it takes femr
dots to riMtre-seiit the letter II on the
tolegmiih instrument, while one stroke
with the finder imprints any Ietter on the
tjiievvnter. llns gives the tratiscriis-r
on tiie tyjiow nter plenty-of tune. He
generallj sits with his coat ofT, in an
easy and picturestiuo attitude, often with
his U-gs reim-ing on the table on eaeh
side of the tv pew nter, and thus with
careful dcliln'ration he clicks out letti r
afteT letter as if he were merely- fetoling
away his time and didn't care whether
school kept or not. The slow clicking of
the tyt?writer is quite a contrast to the
rattling clutter of Uio telegraph instru
ment, ami the moral tevms to be that the
l.'rsou who talks the fastest dousn't nec
essarily say the met.
It seems to me that tho typewriter and
tho tele-graph might bo wedded clr
tlian they are. Here is a great chance
for a future inve'iitor. If a couple' of
typewriters could be attached by a wire
in such a way th it win n the performer
j.lavol his tune on one instrument the
letters would lie leeonltsl on the otlie-r it
would la great step in advance of the
I re-out mode of telegraphing. Some
time ago I saw- the uniiounci me-nt maile
tliat such an invention Iiad Kfii com
pleted, hut as notliing seems to have
come of it I imagine that the chemo was
not as successful as at first announced.
Luke Sharp m Detroit Free Press.
Examined the grods ourselves and know
whereof wa speak when we sa
that Rouse & Parsons, Nn. 20 south Market
street, have the cheapest and best line of
boots aud shoes for their fall and winter
trade that has ever before been offered In
llemalnlng In the Hprlngnelil, Ohio, Pot
Onier, slept. 3. 1HH7.
Anderson. Mls sjdiekjpiin,,,.,-. Ilalley
llelsrll. Miss Utile
Kellev. Mi's Maggie
llennett. Mrs Jane
lladeu. Miss Martha
Hell. Oacir V
ltlirner. 1 rank
King. JiniiJ htni
Kent. Mrs Mangle C
Mng. Mrs Alice
I eteck. Mtis Maggie
Mll'er Mrs Helen
McKlnley. Rev 11 C
llrannn. Miss M ry
Browne. Miss Berth BMIIes Madison
Berry. Mrs Viinle
( ole. 1 K
('lough. E II
uminlngs Mfgl .
Handalt. Miss Julia
Mmpson. Henry U)
seens. John L
stnier. U tt
Wilson. U A
Caudle. Miss Mile
lionohae, Mrs Mary
Hay. Jr. ileo t
r'mrlch. Miss Con
Foley, Miss .Nillte
(Hisple. Mrs Maggie
illllird Miss Annie
llode Miss Mary
llrtiruli h. M
Weber. Miss Rate
Hamilton. Miss DotleWeloh. J
Hedges. J II Wltsou.ti
Dawson. Mary nn knieht.SA
Bobeson. Mrs Mrah J.
Persons cvlllng for these letters will please
av ".rtverttseil. 'and the date of list. If not
cilled for In one month they wlllbe sent to the
Letters must be directed to street and num
nerlnordertohaye them promptly aud cor
iSiireessfnl Ilnslnes. Men.
As a gencnl rule successful business
men (merchants, politicians or Milkers)
were members of large families No hot
bed inlimnce of wealth, or the petted
training of an onlj child, dwarfed their
earlj efforts at self reliance. No extrav
agant use of unearned money smothered
the great lesson of economy, without
which no solid foundation of wealth was
ecr laid In early life no lesson of cast
or exclusiv eness of blood chilled their so
ciabllitj, but their minds were imbued
with the idea that true worth made men
and women of the first class.
Tho farmer's son raised on the scanty
farm, or the half orphan of a poor widow,
has no carnage in w hich to ride, so the son
soon learns to walk to fame and fortune.
In his south no wealthy hand reaches out
to sustain and steady his steps, so he learns
to have himself, and pushes forward with
t.elf reliance and conscious ability to dis
tinction. His father, with hi scanty
purse, sets nn example of economy which
ilings to the son throucrh life In this war
tho poor liov from tho farm, removed
from the fashionable vices of society,
conns to manhood Mid Ftrikts out boldly
with a determination to hew his own way
to character and comfort Boston Bud-
?o Need of Catering Colils.
Speaking of colds, I hav e a theory that
no ono need ever have one unless ne
chooses; in otlur words, that it Is quite
possible so to tram the skin, that wonder
ful organ, which is gtnerally looked upon
is the paper w rapper to our human bundle,
is to render it nor. susceptible to sudden
I :hauges of temperature or atmospheric
j moisture, whence colds come.
And as this 13 exactly tho season to
' sommence such a system of pellar educa
I ton, as it has proved effective in many in
I stances v ithm my own know ledge, and as
. It is within easy reach of every ono to try,
I write it here. 1 he theory is that no skin
that has been exposed freely for half an
hour at the bejumug of a day to a tem-
perature lower than it will encounter
Bn(i the matter is accomplished. Ameri-
The Most Agreeable
As well as the most effectiv e method of dis
pelling headaches, colds and fevers, or
cleansing the s) stem. Is b) taking a few
doses of the pleasant California liquid fruit
reined) . S) ruji of t igs. sue. and SI Dot
tles for sale at Casjier's drugstore.
A tornado, which originated near Adrian,
. iiiijii. juvrT. uin aiiu uiu iuui,u unaiac in
IaL .--...! & Ahil ittdl litsali (lainnira In
the vicinit) of Toledo, O
For travelers it is a necessity. The gen
uine Browns Ginger, irederick Brown,
Kxcursion to lm,i.burg tlMiwefielfl tia
For the reunion of Ohioveteransand ded
ication of Ohio memorial on Gettysburg
Battlefield. September 14th, the PennsWva-
ma lines west of Pittsburg will sell low
rate excuision tickets to Gettysburg on
September Mh to 12th that will be good
returning unlil September 25th. 1SS7. Full
information can be obtained from the near
est ticket agent of the Penns)lvaniacom
panv. Pittsburg, Cincinnati St Louis Ry.
Co ."or Chicago, St Louis A Pittsburg It
It. Co. As all stations will not have the
excursion tickets in stock it will be neces
sar) that notice be given tiie ticket agent
at the point where excursionists will take
one of the lines named two or three dajsm
advance, in order that tickets may be pro
cured. Detailed information may be pro
cured bv addressing E. A. Ford, general
passenger agent, Pittsburg, Pa. 200t-Sib
I. II. A IV. Kailwiiy.
Reduced rates can lie secured via the I,
B. A. W. railwa). as follows:
Ou September l'Jth. and morning of the
20th. on.i fare for the round trip to almost
all points m Kinsas. Texas. Nebraska,
Minnesota and Dakota, tickets good for
thirty da) to return.
On September l'Jth to 24th, inclusive. S4
for the round trip to the Indiana state fair
at Indianapolis, tickets good returning until
Ou September Mh to 14th. Inclusive,
$10.70 for the round trip to Gett)shurg,
Pa . tie kets good returning until Septem
On September 15th to 17th. inclusive.
S15 35 for the round trip to Philadelphia.
On September the 13th to 1Mb. good go
ing until tlie2")th, Si'J SO for the round trip
to Denver, Col , tickets good uutil Octobir
31st to return. 212r
llee Line Eirurslnn.
As It has bevu decided to continue the
presentation of "Rome Under Nero" at
Cincinnati the Bis L'ne will make one
more cheap rate excursion. Tickets will
be sold for ail trains Friday, September 9,
at the low rate of S2 for the round trip and
good returning until Monthly. September
12 inclusive. Remember v la the llee Line
there is no change of t irs and an oppor
tunity to return every night after the close
of the erformance. as this train stops at
D. B. Martm. G. II. Knight,
G. P. A. Agt
CRAND ARMY REUNION.
One Cent a Mile to St. Louis.
This is the rate the Bee Line will make
open to everybody upon the occasion of the
twcntv-hrt national encampment i.. a. k
Tickets on sale September 21th to 27th, in
clusive, good to return till October 5th. in
clusive. As superior to all others, the Ohio
department coiumandery has selected the
Bee l.me en route to tne encampment
This reunion will be the grandest and most
siice-essfui in the hist r) of the organization.
Call on Bee Line agent for time tables and
full particulars. -i:e
New lork, Penusylrnula ana Ohio Rail
On and after September 9th, 18S7. 1.000
mile tickets will be sold b) the N. t. P. A.
O. railroad at the rate of Si's each, good
for Individual tre of purchaser onl). Call
on J. D l'liUiUer. agent, 7J Arcade.
The N. Y. P. A. O R. It will sell tickets
to Philadelphia. September S to 17, good to
return September 22, for one fare for the
round trip. Tiie north is Erie and Lehigh
v alley v la Wav erly. Apply to Agent J. D.
Phleger, at his Arcade ticket oflice.
Pan Handle Notice.
Excursion tickets will be sold by the
Pennsylvania lines to Gettysburg, Pa., on
September Sth. 9th. luth. 11th and 12th,
good retuminz until September 25th, 1837.
Wheldon A Merrill sell the celebrated
Uurd Jackson coal. Try It
Not alone is an
Overcoat for these
an article of luxu
ry, but when the
chances of taking
cold are consid
ered, and the liabil
ity to sickness, a
garment like this
becomes an actual
we have copied the
English mode in
our Autumn Over
coats, we haven't
followed it so close
ly as to make it
the short - skirted,
bob -tailed gar
ment our British
friends are so fond
of except in one
coat, at $15, which
is extreme enough
to suit any one.
It's a loose-back,
sawed off kind a
thing, which may
suit some surely
it won't please
any but the man
who turns up the
bottoms ol his
trousers in sunny
weather on Lime
stone street, "be
cause it's raining in
Lon'on, don't you
Limestone S Clothiers.
special llatra iln.V. 1. P. Jt O. to Phila
delphia ami Keturn.
For the centennial anniversary of the
Federal constitution, to be held at Philadel
phia. September 15th to 17th. the New
York, Lake Erie and Western railroad
company. lessee, of the New York, Penn
sylvania aud Ohio railroad, will sell excur
sion tickets tn Philadelphia nd return, at
the rate of one full fare for the round trip,
via Waverley and the Lehigh valle), taking
In Lake Chautauqua, the Genesee aud Sus
quehanna valle)s to Vave.-ey, thence
through the world-renowned scenery of the
Lehigh valle). the "Switzerland of Ameri
ca," from averley to Betlikhem. I ickets
will be good to return until September 22d,
inclusive, and good for stop-over at Chau
tauqua. Parties desiring to attend the
celebration at Philadelphia should avail
themselves of thisoppurtunit) to take it in
"The Scenic Rode of the World."
Cl.KV F.LAMt. Sept. 3.
Constitutional Celebration at Philadel
One fare for the round trip v la Pennsv I
vania Iines.on September Sth to 17th. Tin
Penns)lvania lines will sell excursli n
tickets to Philadelphia and return at m e
fare for the round trip. Good returnin
until September 22nd. A p) ly to
S vm Doitit.
Ticket Agent, P. C. A St. U Ry.
Persons wishing a first class private
boarding house will find it at Mrs. Berr)'.,
1101. west Main street where they can
have furnished rooms, single or In suites;
the only large and first class private board
ing house in the city; also very desirable
place for transient boarders.
Telephone 32 will call Until A. Lyon's
grocery, where you can give your order and
have the goods delivered free.
Usedbytbe Unite 1 States Government. En
dorsed by the heads of the Great Universities
as the Strongest. Purest, and most Healthful.
In-. Price's the only Baking Powder that does
not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum. Sold
only In Cans ...
rnu;tt isAAiau rv nii&iv ici..
msr roas caicioo. it. loci.
A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIG0RAT0R.
Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing
to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1.
CHARLES LUDL OW & CO.,
Pharmacits, 55 East Main Street.
JO HN H. WILSON,
NOS 26 AND 28 EAST MAIN STREET.
New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest sfock to
select from. All goods first-class and
complete satisfaction assured.
FINE GOODS. FINE FITS AND FIHESTOBE.
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING
CD L ' - W J C
One 56-inch Expert Columbia, nickled. - - $75 00
One 55-inch Columbia Light Roadsiher 87 Patcrn. $115 00
One 54-inch Challenge, nickle, - - - $75 00
One 52-inch Challenge, enameled, - - - $70 00
One 52-inch Sansaperill, full nickel, - - $70 00
One Safety Bicycle. $75 00
Xj. F. OLDS & BRO.,
NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET.
DON'T WHIT! COME AT ONCE!
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.'S
Hundreds of men's Sack and Frock Suits, open or to
button, high, round or square cut, bound or double
stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits,
made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught
ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15, in blue
cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business
marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8.
SLAUGHTER III BOYS' GLOTHIDG !
Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants Scheol
Suits, reduced to $1.25. $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's
$4, $5, $6 and $7 Suits, reduced to $2.50, $3 and $4.
The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season.
BRUCE, HAUK& CO.,
POPULAR CLOTHIERS, 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE.
R. P. WILLIS & CO.,
PLUM8EBS, STEAM GAS FITTERS
Plumbers and Steam Fitters' Supplies.
PUMPS .A-IISriD PIPE
Of all kinds. A new line of Gas Fixtures and Globes
just received. We furnish the Celebrated Albo-Carbon
lights for show windows. The lights are pronounced
superior to the Electric Lights, and much less expen
sive. Our work is always prompt and first-class.
24 SOUTH LIMESTOSE STREET.
IF YOU WANT TO EE M)XE1'HIU HANDSOME IX
Oil OB IMPORTED GLASSWARE
At Prices that will make jou Smile, call at
SCHATJS' CHINA STORE, A
NO. 44 SOUTH
KABUT STREET. k.
gU, .tiasfrri T 'SP.