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FIIMT EVElG.0CrO3ER 7. ICB7
KPOBLIGM STUTE TICKET.
XT. C. LYON.
Supreme JuJge (ions terra).
Supreme Jnd! (shert term).
1. K. WATSOX.
Member lioard Public Works.
Ilth Senatorial District.
For State Senator.
TH0S. A. COWUILU
lErlUU COUNTY TICIllT.
GEOItaS C. RAWL1XS.
J0IIN C. MILLEF.
0. F. SEUV1SS.
JAMES H. BABBITTS.
S. A. T0l.
JOUX M. STEW AKr.
We he rescusd the sute from bankruptcv
and maintained and advaucei her credit to
the highest point It has ever reached. We
nave largely reduced the public Bonded debt;
we have cut down the interest charge so as to
make, each Tear, a saving on that account
aloneotSSTJ'); we have stopped the decline
of the aggregate of the personal pr.itsertyoJ
the state on the duplicate for taxation: we
hare larcely Increased that aggregate, and
thus, by b'inciag new values on tile duplicate.
have reduced the burdens that previously
rested on the lands and other visible property
of the state. We have creatly checked the
growth of local indebtedness, and have, ly
taxing the liquor traffic, relieved the annual
burdens of local taxation to the extent of J2.
(MMW. We have secured honest elections in
all the cities, and we have once mjre giien
Cincinnati a creditable government and a
good name.'"'''"1"'' 'fowl" ' i,""!l 'J"' "
The republicans are making a good can
vass in Clark county.
The Toledo cadets have gone to the en
campment at Chicago.
Tlit trouble between France and Mada
gascar has been settled.
A democratic daily, the .Monitor, has
made its appearance at Dayton.
Thii country has rueehed from abroad
520,000,000 in gold. In three months.
Would-be-Covenior Powell's wife is a
partisan prohibitionist, and will not vote
Miss Willard does not iuite approve of
the Ohio prohibition party. Neither i we.
Miss Willard is a number of the national
prohibition executive committee. She is
the best man in the party.
We have several sons of great fathers in
this country who are ef pretty good size
themselves. Don't forget this, centlemeu.
The lord mayor of Dublin rode through
tlie court with his coach and four and was
acquitted. He is evidently a "bigger man''
than tlie queen.
Miss Willard was juite geitlemanly in
her treatment of her father's eld associates,
the republicans. From Miss' Frank's ac
count of her father, we infer that he must
been a very sensible and practical man.
When the members of the Woman's
Christian temperance union come to an
agreement among themselves as to what
they wish it will not be quite ai difficult as
it is now for other peopln to aree with
The Corniiit-rrbil ;ii2cMf states that
Comptroller Trenholm expects to lie able to
announces twentj-nve r cent, umuenu
for the depositors of the Fidelity national
bank soon after he receives the report of
We are slad to learn that Messrs. Proc- j
tor & Gamble, of Ivorydale, near Cincin- ,
nati. made the first semi-annual pay ment i
of dividends to their employes Thursday.
The profit-sharing plan" wis adopted
last tpruur, and S9.015.43 was distributed
illO.tltl) OfTKAlIt: MEET1XI TOXIHHT.
All bu-ineM men slioulil attend the board
of trade meeting, at the police court room.
! tonight, at 7:30. It U high time a robust.
energetic anil enterprising soliciting coni
" niittee was appointed and turned loose on
tlie town. We should have from three,
liiimlred to live hundred ten-dollar members i
within the next thirty days. Some very ;
iiiipottant propositions are to be presented
tonight. lluiness is business, and it Is
about time it was attended to.
On Thursday, at tlie meeting of the
American board of Foreign Missions, at
Springfield. Mass., the majority report of
the committee, approving the present man
agement in tlie course it has taken (in re
fusing to tend out mlsslonaiies who teach
"future probation," and In sending out
some, also, who consider probation jxusi-
hlt u-itti ruimnl tn fhnsAVhlio liavd never
heartl the gospel, but who do not teach it
or preach it), was adopted by acclamation
The nominating committee presented two
reports, the minority making a special point the supremacy of the Arab Iserry. In
that Dr. Allien, as recretary. bad made , German? it divides the honors with beer,
mistakes and should be retired. Thii ' n,Vl '" -'"tria. 1""' '1,l1 Ita,.v il, is."
. , . ...... . .. .ii solace nnd inpiTitioii of the ln-ople in
broutht out tr.but.-s to the worth of Dr. ,myn cv ' Tlen. , Klln'1)10ilicitv
Alden, and the majority report was adopt-' tot,nil,ii, no ilhige s.i contemptible, that
el and the following officers were elected: it has not its enfe modeled, though it is
l'resident, Iiichard S. Storrs. D. D., ' often an cc.tlnigly weak imitation, on
1,1.1).; vice rresident, E. W. lllatch-' tho-c of the 1'aris boulevards.
ford: prudential committee. Augustus ' , ' ' '" 'J1 " Ynr"! !"
' ,. ,, ., ,. .. different localities. A quarter of a cen
C. Thompson. D. D.. hzra rarnsworth. turv n, u wn, tllt, onlin.irv aecomiwni
Hon. Joseph S. Itiies. l.dwin I: Webb. ,jU.,"lt f ,lt, jir-t meal of the day, tea
D. D.. Charles C. lturr, esq . i:ibriilg r lielug generally served at the evening re
Terry, esq.. Albert II. Plumb. I). I).. Hon. i Ist. In tho eastern states this practice
. ..... . ... ! .Hi.it imir tn l!ii western ntul htiTiturii
Win. Allison. Kdward S. At wood and liar.
Charles A. Dickinson; corresponding se-re-taries.
Nathaniel C. Clark, D.D., Edmuuil K.
Alden, 1 .!., Judson Smith. D.D.;re'ordint
secretarj-. Henry A. Stimsoti. 1). D.; treas
urer. Langdou S. Wani; auditors, A. W.
Tufts, James 51. Cordon and Joseph C.
Tjrlcr. Secretary Alden is n man of very
great excellence of character and w e are
glad of his re-election. The election of
lr. Kichartl S. Storrs. of lirooklvn. as
president, pleases all parties in the denom
The CWu'o Stofe Joiinmf, at this ( Friday)
It was reported some time ago that the
missionary. Rev. Sir. Doane. who was
taken tn Manila for trial on the false
charges trumped up against him by tint
Spanish governor of the Caroline islands,
had been released by the Manila author
ities. This wa subsequently contradicted,
and Mr. Doane's exact status does not
seem to be clearly known. If he has been
released, however, it simply shows that his
arrest was causeless and Illegal, and that
the taking him to Manila for trial was a
mere pretext to get him away from his
field of labor. Tim wife of Kev. F. E.
Hand, who was selectnl by the mission
aries uihiii the islands to come to America
and lay all the facts before the meeting of
tlie American board of foreign missions at
Springfield, Mass., in order that the latter
body might make a proper representation
of them to the state department at Wash
ington, declares that the arrest of Mr.
I Mane was but one of a series of outrages
that haa been perpetrated upon the Amer
ican residents in tlie islands, that the mis
sions have been annoyed and injured in
various ways, and that she believes the
Spanish authorities have deliberately plot
ted to destroyed them. Her storylsasae
and distressing one.
The Vs young Christian Temperance
women are doing a very good work. We
are glad to know that they have not given
their official adhesion to anr political party,
although we are sure that they are in favor
of the, ptobltrttioiidr rather, the abolish
ment and obliteration of the liquor frame.
There are,' thousands of daughters of re
publican and democratic fathers who may
be recruited into the ranks of the new or
ganization if it keeps clear of partisan pol
itics, as we presume it will. Politicians
who come around asking for endorsement
should be given a bit of cold shoulder. A
political partr that cannot stand on its own
merits, and without the endorsement of the
women of the land, doesn't deserve to
stand at all. If the young women of the
country unite in efforts to influence the
young men to adopt total abstinence, they
will do a work whose good results will be
a'wve estimation or computation.
Our accomplished and eloquent friend.
Mi;s Frank Willard, respectfully asked our
Christian Tempsraiice women to urge the
prohibition party to change Its name, so
fiat it would be known as the Home Pro
tection party, but they declined to do so
aid very properly, for the prohibition party
protects neither the home nor anything
e'e. If we were allowed to make a sug
gestion we should say that the "Well
Meaning but Impracticable Enthusiasts"
would be a geod name for the afore-mentioned
party. It is rather long for so short
an institution, but occasionally a very little
cat sports a tremeudons tail, when it gets
The corporate members of the American
board of missions have decided dy a vote of
110 to 1J that it is not expedient to call
councils to examine candidates for mission
fields, but that they should be examined by
the prudential committee. It has been pro
posed, as a compromise measure, that Dr.
Oulliver, president of Audover seminary.
and Dr. Alden, one of the secretaries of the
board, who represent, respectively, tlie ex
tremes of sentiment in the Congregational
body, resign their places, and that conser
vative men be appointed in their places.
As to Cleveland, it may be said that, se
far as he proceeds in a fair way to adminis
ter tlie government on true civil service rt
fonn principles, he will displease the dem
ocrats: and in the instances where he fails
he will displease republicans. He teems
t J have pleased neither, so far.
The mother of "Tom" Hughes, author
of "Tom Brown at llugby." has just died,
at Kugby, Tonn. Her sou was with her at
the time of her death.
i. is. vr. n.
The last of a series of excursions adver
tised by the inipular I. It. & W. route, will
leave Springfield on October 10 and morn
ing of the 11th. for almost all parts in Kan
sas, Texas. Nebraska, northern Iowa, Min
nesota. Dakota and Wyoming. This will
positively be the last opportunity during
!Ss" to visit the western states at the low
rate ot one tare for the rouud trip. Take
advantage of thisexcellentopDOrtuiiity and
go via the I. 15. A W.. the shortest, quick
est and best route, the only line running
cluircars from Springfield, with positively
less changes of cars than via any other
route. Call at the I. H. A- W. office in this
city tor particulars. :EBp
I. II. A .
On Tuesday. October lltli, the I. II. A
W. railroad will run a grand excursion to
iarden City. Kansas, at a rate of one fare
for the round tiip. The party will be un
der the careful supervision of Mr. J. M.
Jones, of South Charleston, and Mr. J. C.
UViifii li f llorilafi I iff In V hnni ill niin.
iiinnieKti.ms r.-iriniliiii. th ti!n i,i,i tw
addressed, care Lagonda house. Spring- j
field. Ohio. 232p
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Harvest llsrumloti. via the Peiinw lianlit
l.llica IVm-t or FilUbura.
On Monday. Octolier 10, IbijT, excursion
tickets will lie sold to points in the West.
Northwest and Southwest from all stations
on the Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg
at very low round trip rates.
will tw c-ftu! for return iiassftire HiirK- ilnvs
from date of sale. Kor further information I
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aiU or ad(,re,"s tne nearest ticket agent
0f , ie iittburg. Cincinnati and St Iiuls
Hallway company. 3.b
Kor t,ickIlni:. senil Snlers by telephone
or to o. II. Neff. 146 Cilfton
street, and get pure home-made apple cider
THE USE OF COFFEE.
I HOW THr. BERRY DISPUTES THE
I SUPREMACY OF TEA AND BEER.
CoflVc in KuropeAli C'.unilil'. 1 lie
AniliK "MrllMMl tif lrr.trMtlitTlirkLli
C..n.. h.it llrtliut .srlii a Kf
l.t. .if l!rf.lte Indulgence.
Tne li .' of coffee is general in nil civil
ized itiiintrics, but its preparation mid
consumption vary considerably Among
t .e Arabs it is nniversal, whether in such
rimers of civilization us Cairo, Alexan
dra nnd Algiers, or in the desert. The
only exceptions nre causisl by the (Kiverty
winch prevents iu. puiclmso. In Kranie
it is tho favorite leverage, though tea is
growing in power. The Micial and com
mercial effects in that country of its sud
den annihilation can readily lie imagined.
Tens of thousands of cafes ntul u million
of people would find their occupation
' Kone, nnd
everal inillious of frenchmen
would lie seen wandering about after din
ner In an ntterlv homeless mid distracted
111 Kngland tea still disputes
nt.-its coffee is more esteemed, and In the
rural districts U considered absolutely
nectfss;iry to tho tints' meals a day of the
fanning classes. In largeAmericancitics
where there is a late dinner, in tlie French
fashion, coffee is either served at table or
in the drawing room immediately after
ward. In all countries, even in France, goixl
coffee is the exception rather thnn the
rule. The visitor in Paris drinks "real
! French rollee," technically so called,
certain places only on the boulevard nnd
Here anil inereiuoiner pans oi ineciiy
. l,,...!,. noil r.sfniirniits til Vnf-l:oil
poor cones- is the rule, following in this
respect the general inferiority of the
British cuisine. In Cerninny coffee is
generally good at restaurants and railroad
buffets, while at the principal cafes of the
great cities of Austria Vienna, Prague
and Huda-IYsth it is excellent and often
served with cream. At the great cafes of
Italian anil Spanish towns it is rarely
more than fair
In England mid America coffee is usually
made by infusion; on the continent al
most nlws by iiltering lwiling water
once or twice through the imwdvml
lierry. The Arabs nt Cairo and clsew here
preserve their old fashion; Hint is, they
elmply pour boiling water on to the pow
dered coffee, mid after a minute or two's
simmering serve it with the grounds.
The pot, which is not covered, is of cop
per or brass, tapering toward the top like
a tin teapot and having a long handle.
The lierry aas lieen previously roasted
and brayed in n mortar. It is never
ground. Ilrlllat Savarin, in his learned
work, "The Physiology of Taste," says
that coffee, powdered in this manner is the
best, and he adds that, having a quantity
of the roasted lierry, lie divided it into
two equnl parts, one of which he brayed
In a mortar .and the other ground in a
mill. The coffee was mudo by nitration,
and a company of connoisseurs to whom
lie submitted it all declared that liest,
which they were afterward told had been
powdered in the mortar.
The Arahs employ wooden pestles,
which, after long use, are sold at n high
price. Five or six minutes are nil that
I ere necessary for the Arabs or Turks to
prepare their coffee after it is once roasted.
All that Is necessary is the simple ma
chinery dcscrilied a bras pot, a handful
of charcoal in window seat or on the
ground, and the lievernge is promptly
inade and served. Travelers invariably
speak of Arab and Turkish coffee as ex
cellent, but among civilized nations the
presence of tho grounds is alwavs consid
ered objectionable, and some means of
clarification are invariably used, such as
the patent pots for infiltration or the
white of eggs, where the process is by in
fusion. Ilrillat Savarin, nftcr having tried all
methods of making coffee, declared that
the most efficient for preserving tlie aroma
and nvoiding the extraction of the poison
ous principle was by filtration, lint he
always speaks of coffee as a beverage, to
be used discreetly by adults and forbid
den to children. In small quantities mid
not too strong, it is a healthy stimulus to
the nerves. Csed in excess, it produces
disease and sometimes deformity. He
once baw in Leicester square in Ixuidon a
man who, by its immoderate use, hail be
come a cripple. He had lost all sensation
in his linil" had ce.iscd to suffer, but
still cnutinued to drink it to Uie extent of
five or six cups a day
Every jierson should be governed in ita
use by its effect on himself. As a gentle
inspiration it is valuable. It nuiy some
times be safely drank as an aid to intel
lectual labor. Taken at the proper
moment, it will prevent u headache re
sulting from nervous depression. Properly
used after dinner, it aids the digestion and
counteracts the heavy effects of wine or
other stimulants. Hut if it is found that
it prevents sleep when taken late in the
day, or that it is an absolute necessity at
certain hours to prevent a nervous reac
tion or mental dullness, its use should lie
discontinued for several days, or until the
system is restored to its normal condition.
It must never lie forgotten that sleep is
the great stimulus of the lmdy; is tired
nature's aweet restorer, and that other
stimulants, though sometimes useful, are
like medicines, temporary remedies that
is to say, they are usually to lie regarded
as .1 choice between two evils. Coffee is a
leverage of great power. A man might
drink two bottles of go k1 red wine a day,
and live long. Should ho drink the sumc
quantity daily of good coffee he would be
come nn imbecile, a cripple, or die of iu-
tcstinal or luug disorders. San Francisco
Addition tu Jerusalem.
Outside tlie walls of Jerusalem a new
town has sprung up, a building club hav
ing been established n fe w j ears ago, un
der the operation of which 1U0 houses
were erected in four years by the Jews,
while along the Jaffa road many country
villas have been erected of late by Euro
pean residents as summer abodes. The
latest development of the building of new
houses without Jerusalem is to be found
in the enterprise which has led to much
building lieing done on the slopes of the
Mount of Olives, tlie summit of which If
crowned with the Church of theAscen
fciou. Horn;; Journal.
Syrup of Flgp
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco. Cal., is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may be had at
Dr. Casper's drug store, 50c aiid SI bottles.
It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remedy known to cleanse the system; to
act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent
ly yet thoroughly; to dlsjiel headaches,
colds, and fevers, ami to cure constipation,
indigestion, and kindred Ills.
A San Diego (Cal.) court has decided '
that a deed to real estate from a husband to
a wife, where "love and affection" are I
named as the consideration, is void if the I
.ri- rfn ,.t it, i.. !,.-., ti,r ii,,..
,. ..v . uw ..V. ... w ... ..H.U.UI1 .. k.l.,v .TO. If., ,
no valuable love and affection in that cae.
and the statute requiring a valuable con-1
CcaVx cex st'o? ,
uousuiaa euueuuj; num xu.uu.., .u- ,
.sumption. Coughs, etc. Did yoa ever try
Acker's English Kemedv? It Is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles.
mlA An nnaliir. mT.Mnlui t 1I"L .Vf
wist V jn.-..,tiw .hu.u.sw ... .vw., vvs.
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Pay your bills pleasantly, is the imprac
ticable advice of a kindly exchange.
THAT HACKINO COUGH can be no
quickly cured by Shlloh's Cure. We guar
antee it. For sale by F. A. Garwood.
I A .fataitete Dreamer.
To t rausform men Into all sorts ofbe
i lngs, Iwth vegetable and animal, from
I swiiet scenteil Mowers tu pigs and predn
i tor animals, yea even into nicks of salt,
was a favorite pastime with all the di
I v initios and magicians of old But tlie
' trausforination of a liapjiy couple Into a
pair of cannon is something incoiiipara
' tile reserved to the reigning divinity of
the island of Java, in the i'.ist Indian
! arehilelago. Setania was the wisest of
' the wise men of Java, and prime minister
ami governor at the same time, ami his
wife, Satomi, the mot beautiful and most
1 adorable of women mid an invaluable
. helpmate it all her liiisliHtul's ouerous
duties of government.
I Some night King Sari had a dream that
1 the Javanee god had made him a present
fit a pair of the most lieautiful cannons in
' the world, lie railed on his prime minis
' tcr and sent him off to tlnd the cannon.
The minister took bis faithful wife with
him, and they wandered for years without
finding the cannon. At last they went
inton temple and prayed fervently to their
god to let them find the promised cannon.
as they could not return to the king with
out them. That unite night Setama's sou
! has ndrenm that he could tlnd the cannon
i in tlie same temple where Ins parents had
I taken refage. He goes there, but sees no
trace of either his parents or the cannon.
At last Im goes to the lonch where his
parents had liven sleeping and lo and lx
I liold' there lire the tnocanuon, wrapped
I up in counterpanes like sleeping lieatitien.
fter that the c.iunoii were set up as
miracle workers in the temple the he
l cannon for the male population, the she
cannon for the females. l)e Anisterdam
Tlie "Machete" of Central America.
I was in Nicaragua witli Walker, and
in other Central American countries, and
I can explain what the Instrument or
(for it is both) really is. Tlie
machete is the most prized and the mo"t
used of any implement. The native al
! ways carries it witli liiui wherever, when
ever nnd for whatever he govs. It is his
1 weapon for defense against man and
lienst. It cuts his way through the dense
jungles, li cuts the grass and chopof the
' green corn for his horse or mule. With
, it he kills and tuts up his hogs and lieef,
, am! with it he slices his meat and bread.
j It is his ln-st and most reliable farming
' implement. It is a knife varying in
I length from eighteen to twenty-four
' inches, mulnlioiit two inches wide, tajr
, ing to a iMiuit. lie uses a primitive plow
sometimes, but the machete always.
With it lie clears the briers, the brush mid
the long grass, and with a sharp stick or
this same machete lie punches holes In the
I ground at irregular distances, drifts in his
I corn, covers it with his heel, mid retires to
I the shade for kind nature to do the rest.
J or rather for nature to do the work and
himself to rest Asa weapon it is most
formidable, ntul was muili dreaded by our
! soldiers during the invasion of Mexico.
There is a class of mounted scouts, armed
! with machetes and known as Machnteros,
j who nre much drc-uled in war. Col.
I-wis A. Clark in (ilolie- IV-mocmt.
FAULTLESS FAMILY MEDICINE
"I haveusedSimn.ons Liver Reg
ulator for many j eats, having mane
it my only family medicine. My
mother before me was very partial
to it. It is a safe, good ami reliable
medicine for any disorder of tlie
sjstem, and if used in time is a
great preventive of sickness. I
often recommend it to my friends,
and shall continue to do so.
"Iiev. James M. llollms,
"l'ator M. K. Church, So. Fair
Time and Doclor's Hills Saved by al
ways keeping Simmons Liver Kegtila
or in the hiiitfo.
"I have found Simmons Liver
Regulator the best family medi
icine I ever used for an j tiling that
my happen, have used it in Indi
gestion, Colic Diarrhu'a. Hillious
ness, and found it to relieve im
mediately. After eating a hearty
supinT, if, on going to bed. 1 take
about a teaspoonful. I never feel
the effects of the supjier eaten.
"Ovid (I. Sparks,
"Ex-Mayor Macon, (ia."
f OXLY OKM'IM! r
Has our Z Stampon front of wrapper.
J. II. ZKILIN CO.. Sole Props.,
Prlret. l'lillexlf Ipliln. l'a.
WILL BE OCCUPIt III
J. T. MLE
DEALER IN STAPLE AND FAXCT
64 SOUTH LIMESTONE.
Booma SAC. Mitchell Block.
S. B. Cor. Main aiid Market Sta.
H. LISIBUCKEB, ! and 57 Arcade. Print!
er. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer.
weaainKg"oii ana calling cards a Deeialtr.
The OrIj Klrt-cls Hci.ie of tkl alae
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
Xo.ll i'(f. Main. X. K. Corner Factory.
R Vl'ICS:-I to 1.50 pr ly: and
t4-.li -. Hli.l SG par mrrlt.
Or. Frank C. Runyan,
WKcomstp. BociiingMni aBaiiaing.oTer.
!... f 1 lrt . SltIM
9' elaiattr otlon given ' th
Dr Levitt t. Custer,
Preservation of natural teeth br latest ap
proved methods. Strict!! nrst-class work
B. Hlh Mt.. am Nl.nl.rt nnmrr.
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
Oper&tinc Dentistry a Specialty.
VtkTlom Maud 17.
Kid, Colt Skin, Buck Skin, Hog Skin, Horse Hide and Scotch Wool, at the
GREAT HAT HOUSE!
Cheapest place in the State to buy Hats and Gents' Furnishings. Big Bargains in
Woolen Underwear. Call and examine our mammoth stock before you buy.
SULLIVAN, THE HATTER,
35 SOUTH I.Ifl:EST01SrE STREET.
THE FALL TRADE IS NOW ON!
AND I AM READY WITH THE GRANDEST AND MOST ATTTACTIVE STOCK OF
I give the lowest possible prices, wi h a guarantee exchange any garment, or cheerfully refund the money,
if so desired, for any reason. There is no Clothing House in the trade that will do better by you than I will, and
I will be pleased to show you my line of goods.
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 LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacits, 55 East Main Street.
DON'T BUY TTOTJ3R.
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURGS
NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and sea for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
JOHN H. WILSON,
NOS. 26 AND 28 EAST MAIN STREET.
New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock to
select from. All goods first-class and
complete satisfaction assured.
FINE GOODS, FINE FITS AND FINF STORE.
R. P. WILLIS & SON,
PLUMBERS, STEAM I GAS FITTERS.
20 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPF, PUMPS.
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE BABY CARRIAGE
COSTS MO MORS THAN TBS OLD STTLE. AND CAN BE B2ADU.T ADJUSTED-
. by crib. vFIuBphhhF
Th lUostrftUons febore ar made from Dlrwarmphs. The adjustable parte do not chancre the
appearance when need aa a etrest cerrlofe: they
cnaeer. mt nuuun uahiuauks aa warrantee: ror two years, every part le aoeomieiy per
feet. OTerlOOOeoldlnChlcagoalnrUarchlBt. Sent to all parts of the United Statea and eafe
delivery ffoaranteed. Bend for a catalogue containing latest styles cheapest to finest.
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE CO., 275 Wabash Ave., Chicago, IB.
Masorler ta all
Plraaut la ttw TuUt.
Frail Halts as Miami
For INDIA BHTION. UYSPElCTCTffiTltTfrTf?
C:OHTIVKJIHM. PRICKLY HK4T, t5bTTE
HALT RIIBUM. NCURt Y. And all $. rani
fiucn a dMWbml roodiikm o( tli. Stuaurh. Ij.r or Buaeb.
OOIFUSTEIR. MLAJDST AJSTD TsLAJFLIE?T STS.
I Finest Goods.
can be ueed or not at the pleasure of the pur-
YEARS. BEST APERIENT KNOWN.
Ootimt, KrfiMhmc limxontioc Ad(Xl to .11
fe EFFERVESCINC I tii?" "li "miKV to Pmw
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lrilAPr tTIre 34 CemU.
'TSjEJ OLD XIjEIXjXABXjjEI"
9 ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
FALL and WINTER
3STO V7IT .TIES IN
GENTS' UNDERWEAR AND HOSItRY.
NOS. 17 AND 19 HIGH STREET AND ARCADE.
ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS,
FROM $2.00 TO $10.
XO CHARGE FOR HANGING.
Call and see our Stock and Prices before you
L. F. OLDS & BRO.
NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET.
99 CENT STORE.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM
Know that many of the people of Springfield forgot to
call and purchase from their stock in the early part of
the season, such goads as would have made their homes
more attractive, but new that the Fall Season is right
on, and we have the cheapest and prettiest goods ever
offered, come right along and see style and neatness you
never dreamed of. We have
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The best Red Cross Heating Stoves, and Ctok Stoves,
and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper
needs. Chamber Suits so cheap and good ; Parlor goods
way down and so nice for a little money. Dtn't wait
but buy early and enjoy the benefit of the best selection.
AJfDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
E. HAIJK & GO.
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