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AMUSEMENTS.
WM. AltiMl OM.X,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14.
TheehMrnlngllttleComedlrnneandOhto's
favorite. -Tin- Little Kiretric Battery,"
LIZZIE EVANS,
And a Carefully selected Company. Id her
latest and most snrcrssrul comedy in four
acH.bj Ed.J.Snartx. ot I'tilla. entitled:
OURANCEL
LluleErautM "Blouut," th Asaffel
Introducing
NEWSOHBS.DMCES.HEDLETS.
Admission. Se.SOe and 73c.
on sale at Pierce's.
Reserved seats
No Universal Remedy
has yet been discovered ; bat, as at least
fonr-nftha of human diseases Lst their
sonic in Impart Blood, 'medietas
which restores that fluid from a de
praved to a, healthy condition comes as
near Vine a universal cure as any that
can be prod uced. Aecs SarsmparUla
affecta the blood In each stage ot it
formation, and la, therefore, adapted to
a greater variety of complaints than any
other known medicine.
Boils and Carfcttnclet,
which defy ordinary treatment, yield to
Ayer's SarsaparUla after comparative
ly brief trial.
Mr. C. K. Murray, of Charlottesville,
Va., writes that for years he was af
flicted with boils which caused bins
much suffering. These were succeeded
by carbuncles, ot which be bad several
at one time. He then began th us of
Ayer's Saraaprilla, and after taking
three bottles, the carbuncles disap
peared, and for six years he has not had
even a pimple.
That insidious disease. Scrotal, is
the fruitful cause of innumerable com
plaints. Consumption being only on ot
many equally fatal. Eruptions, ulcere,
sore eyes, glandular swellings, weak
and wasted muscles, a capricious appe
tite, and the like, are pretty sure indi
cations of a scrofulous taint In th
system. Many otherwise beautiful face
are disfigured by pimples, eruptions,
and unsightly blotches, which arise
from impureblood, showing the need ot
Ayer's SarsaparUla to remedy the sviL
All sufferers from blood disorders
should give Ayer's Saraaparilla a fair
trial, avoiding all powders, ointments,
and washes, and especially cheap and
worthless compounds, which not only
fail to effect a cure, but more frequently
aggrarste and confirm the diseases they
axe .fraudulently advertised to remedy.
Ayer's SarsaparUla.
rnrrtsm bt
Or. J. C. Ayer st Co., Lowell, Maes,
eoldbyallSnunrlsta. Fries II; stt sflMlas,.
THIS is the top of the gen
uine "Pearl Top" Lamp
Chimney, all others similar
are imitations.
This is the
exact label on
each one of the
iPearl Top
I Chimeys.
The dealer
may say and
think he has as
good, but he has not
Insist upon the exact label
-and top.
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sick Headache.
bt Tjsna the aEiirnrB
Ds.C.MeUiw'i
LIYEH PILLS
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
BsBssaBeasBslScnd us tho outside
wrapper from a box of the genuine Da.
C. McLAXES Celebrated Liver
Pills, with your address, plainly writ
ten, and we will seed you, by return
nvaiLa magnificent package of Chromatic
and Oleographic Cards. ssBeBBeBBeaseaBeaff
FLEMING BROS.
PITTSBURGH, PA.
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Where all u warn save f Heads too f,
And honest men, alas! too tare:
where teeming fala leaves little true.
And almost shaken It bhef.
Tor with the Uugb oa every srfnd
1 catch the throb of ajllen trUf
I long for bat l left behind.
Ve hurry so: we do not car
To T&luc llr&tlll comes the rue.
And by tbe casale's last faint flare -r-
W see too sell the blank we drew.
But I, vrho're had a glimpse too brief k.
Of hlesohily, pure, so klad, ,
To thick it here proclaims me thief " r.
I lonj for hat I've left behind. X3
I bear tbe Ikb White's whistle whera
The grateful grasses bold the dew ;
1 see the nursing branches bear
The fruit with life blood blushing through;
I feel the inornse from each leaf.
Which, rocking- trustful, does not mind
The threatening of the comic- sheaf
I lung for what I've left behind. J.
Heart Ton who breathe a purer air
Within) our secret heart can find
The why-hough you were here, I there
I long for what I've It ft behind.
William Carer In Tbe Christian. UfilCA.
A DANGEROUS PRAIRIE GROWTH.
Ilie Carious riant Known as th Tum
ble Treed" A fire.M Menace.
W. K. XioJerlauder, a prominent rc&l
estato man, lias on xhibition in tlio win
dow of liia otlice a fine specimen of the
curious plant known as the "tumble
weed." This specimen was taken from
the old fair grounds last vear after thn
ground were abandoned. The plant is
A hum of branches, spherical in form,
and so tightly interwoven as to form al
most a compact mass. Like the earth,
this globuloiw mass of branchra is flat
tened at the poles or more so. The piv,
nt specimen is about five feet at its
greatest dumeter. Mr. XieJerlander hays
lie has seen specimens fully twice the size.
The weed once grew plentifully tiuxiugh
this country and Colorado. When green
they present a very pretty appearance,
and look more like a dwarf tree than a
weed. They are ery dangerous in case
01 a praino nre, and often dangerous in
plain mud storms when there is no tin:
In case of fire tlio flames seem to strip
tlie plant of its leaves, and it at once goes
rolling before 'tue flaming hurricane u
perfect wheel of fire. These revolving
wheels of fins will jump any ordinary
furrow or fire break and carry tlio Cro
into the timlier or grass, as the "cohs may
be. Nothing can stop their progrua but
a river. Into these they jump, leaping
out into the stream forty, fifty ur sixty
feet, and go down with "a liiss, throwing
up a column of steam where they sunk.
"I havo seen huntlruls of thro plants
in Barber county and tlio Siquaslue val
ley." -said Mr. NiederUmler. "When
i-taried to rolling in u lire no onlinarv
hon cau run before them. Once, in tlio
Siquashie valley, I only saved myself bv
driving my team into the river, which I
fortunately readied just in time,"
hi Colorado ind storms these weeds
are also a source of much danger. In
Middle irk a few vears aso a tortv of
1 tnnelcrs were suddenlv overtaken bv a
norm. Seeing wliat they t-tipiHhed to lie
a muss of hugo luwklt-rs'in tlie distance,
tliey made fortliem, thinking they would
afford at least partial shelter. To their
-arprise. as tlieyi approached, the bowl
ders suddenly broke loot and commenced
rolling toward tliera at a furious rate,
cutting all torts of curious capers and gy
rating menacingly as they came. At
times tliey would strike an obstruction and
bound high in the air, and again striking
the ground re&ume tlieir rapid, circular
iuotion. The travelers put spurs to tlieir
horses, and it was only by the greatest
effort tliat they managed to escaiiu from
tlie track of these monsters. On exami
nation tliey found their supposed tun 1
ilers were really immense weeds w hich
liad been turn up by the roots by the
wind storm.
These weeds are so tolid that they are
.i great menace to man and beast under
i uch carcurastaiices. Ira.Delled by a heavy
srind. they would go with force enough
to kill a horse, and a human being is in
3Teat danger if ho cannot get out of the
track of these monsters when tliev are
running before a hurricane or in cae of
a prairie fire. Wichita JournaL
Thn I'nclfle fjnnst Bonndnrj.
The Pacific ocean boundary of the
United States lias a greater extent of
roast line than Uie Atlantic shore. Tlie
aggregate of our shore line on the Pacific
is 12,734 miles, while on the Atlantic it
ts 11,860 miles and on the Gulf of Mexico
C.843. California contains 1,1 JG miles of
the coast lino on the l"acific, while slie
also lias 273 miles of island shore
and 240 miles of tide water river
sliore, making altogether 1.C48 miles ot
shore line. Texas lias an actual coast
line on tlie gulf of 1,209 miles, while
Florida has 1,144 on the gulf and 3C3
miles on the Atlantic, so that both exceed
California in this particular. It was the
annexation of Alaska that promoted the
Pacific coast to a higher figure than tho
Atlantic Alaska having 9,830 miles of
coast line. Tliese figures are taken from
the coast survey reports. Boston Post.
Tbe Ileal Hera.
"I never could understand how the
newspapers or 'general public could ap
plaud a desperado who announces his in
tention of dying with his boots on,' " re
marked a physician the other day. "A
man who calmly faces death from an in
curable disease, wlule ho goes about his
usual occupation or is cheerful at home,
is tlie one to admire. I have such a pa
tient now. Be knows there is no hoe,
yet lie is almost indifferent to his fate. It
is difficult to fully appreciate such heroic
conduet. Mis calmness will havo one
good td'ct. It will serve to prolong his
life. It is even as good as medicine for
him." Philadelphia Calk
A Queer Little Ctrl from Slam.
A real Yahoo girl is at present on view
in tbe panopticuni (dime museum) at
Cologne-on-the-Kliinc, Germany. It is a
little "Krao" girl from Laos, in Siam.
Her skin, even that of the face, is covered
with liair lialf an inch to an inch in
length, except on the soles of tlie feet, the
elbows, and insides of the hands. She
has backentaschen and thirteen dot sal
vertebra; instead of twelve. In every
ether respect it is like a human lieing
with a common amount of intelligence
and feeling. Tlio Kraos are a Siamese
tribe, all of theru, it seems, rossessingthq
s-jtjo peculiarities as this Iittlo girl.
Chicago News.
Newspaper, lu 1.75.
In 1775 there were only twnty-seven
newspapers published in tlie United
States. Ten years later, in 1785, there
were seven Hibhshed in the English lan
guage in Philadelphia alone, of which
one was a daily. Comparatively there
were more newspapers in 1787. than in
1887. Chicago Herald.
Bessemer 's steel patents liave brought
him in o.385.000 in royalties, besides
what lie has realized from sales of the
metal, and his partners In the Luiinuj
have made fortunes.
Interested People.
Advertising a patent medicine In the pe
culiar way In which the proprietor of
Kemp's Balsam, for coughs and colds, does
it is indeed wonderful. He authorizes T.
J. Casper, druggist. 41 east Main street, to
give those who call for It a sample bottle
free, that they may try It before purchas
ing. Tbe large bottles are 50c and SI. We
certainly would advise a trial. It may save
you from consumption.
Only a Knife.
Everybody wants a pocket knife, and the
finest Hue of these goods are on sale at W.
C. Downey & Son's. A knife makes a nice
present
Amelia B. Edwards, the novelist, writes
"fn, 11." and "LU D." alter bar name.
A. Bucket Without IIoop, Never Leaks
or rolls to rtcces.
The wood, preferably spruce, although
any soft, fibrous wood will answer, is
cleared of it3 bark and cut to a length
uniform with the grindstone to bo used
generally 10 to 24 inches. It U then placed
against tne lace ot a rapidly revolving
grindstone, the grain of tha wood being
in a lino w ith or parallel with tho axis of
the stone, and a hj draulic or worm screw
piston keei-ng the wood constantly
pressed against the stone. The re-ult,
winch is washed ctlthe stone by a shower
of water, after being screened of slivers
and sawdust, is a milky white liquid.
With the water sufficiently extracted this
this is tlio vrvspj pulp used in tho manu
facture of pajier and indurated fiber
ware. Tho process of manufacture of wan
from tho pulp is exceedingly simple, and
U similar in all the lines made by the
coinutny. In making a jail, for in
stance, the machine for first molding th
jiail from the pulp is provided w ith a hollow
jerforated form of cast iron, shnix'd like
the inside of a pail, and covtred first with
perforated brass and then with lino wire
cloth. This form, worked by n hydraulic
piston, is pushed up into a large cast iron
"hat." which fits oer it ery tighth.
Within tliis hat is placed a llcxibs
rubber lug, and lietween this and the in
ner lonn iirsi mentioned is admitted tlio
pulp, still in a liquid state. Tlio pulp
being pumjied in under pressure, the
I water immediately begins to drain off
I through the wiro cloth and erforations,
i and the rubber bag swells until it fills tho
I hat. Tlio supply of pulp is then shut off,
! and water tinder high pressure is admit
ted w iilnn the liat and outside the rubber
lug, thus squeezing inuth of the water
from the pulp. After standing some
light to ten minutes tlie pressure Is shut
otr, the inner form low ered and tho pulp
uil rtmoied.
At this stage the jail is nearly 50 jier
cent, water, but is sullicienlly strong to
allow liandling. This water is first all
dried out in dry kilns, and then the pail
is turned off on tlio outside with n gang
of saws. After sandpapering insido and
out the pail is ready for tho treatment
house, w hero it is charged with a water
proofing compound which jvrmeates
thoroughly the material of which the
ail is maje. Hiking in ovens at a high
tenijeratuTe succeeds each dip or treat- j
mint. Tho polish which the goxls
present is described as being tho result of
the final treatment. After this the handles ,
are riveted on tlio goods, which are then
ready for the market. Hailway Keviow.
Old Time W I telle. In Maine.
Whittier has very deftly alluded to the
old so called witch, "Gtiody Cole," of
Hampton in his "W'reck of Ki vermouth."
in -ine ..lungeiing tie tells another onp. uut t B lt t0 those similarly afflicted
Hampton story of the old delusion. Pe.,!to ,.av ,mt ly-the useof theShik(r Kv-
Iio ijnu uun av iiils uay to ine sue 01 , tract of ltoots (biegel's Syrup) 1 was curcsl
the gravx! where Gtiody Cole vra buiusl of an obstinate and almost fatal Indlges
with an iron lor over licr head to exor- ' t!on both stomach and liver being com-
cLs tho evil srit which ev en death was
not supposed to destroy. If it astonishes sktleton. l"tiend, family and physician
us to hear of these beliefs in that old , ' ive l,w "P 1 a keeping the spark
time, how much more astonishing it is to or,,l,evalU,,u"1"n ? ,Ilet f Ta e?e a'"1
1 lmi i.i 1. .?...... imilk. Now both stomach and liverare
r':A:::rr:"JrZlr.'"., '",. V-l"
iiviiiuiiiiistieiusiviiiiauuuwieir lauiers.
One lady tells me that her mother when
a joung gill slipped a darning needle be
tween tho chair and the govv 11 of a cer
Liin unhidden guest vvho ho lato as that
hud the unenviable witch taint. Tho
-oiilact of
witch the
steel was suposl to lie-.Sv
witch and linhl her fnst
from mnc-omxtir - .eil ,!,..,,. .qi.
was sitting near the fire,"'Viv a. -
lertainlns raconteuso went 'oil naively,
"and shokeptcoumlainiiigundcomnlaiii
ingoftlie lieat, but sl.o never rose and
moved away until that r.ccdlo fell!"
Another story fol!ov.-ed of the l-vly's
v.Tandfather.w ho. perceiving the iini.nut-li
of this fanw jiOsscssed one, filing 1.L-. I
Uitchet into tho ground before her. 1 he
vv.icli lorangued and stormed, but would
tut pi on until the liatclict .s it
mpvr i from tlio jiath!
"Oh, I don't believe in witchcraft, but
it t-es queer, wasn't it?" my storv ti Her
ctvcluded.
Archbbhnp iieis, f Milwankve, says tlwt
of the ,l,()0 Ilom.ui Catholios of the
UniUsl States, S.OUd.OiM nre Uuniutiis. Of
the eleven an hbnbiii and sixty bishops,
otdy one orchhuhop. Dr. Hciss himself, and
eleven bishoi are German. New York Sun,
"What shall I dor" tile maiden cried.
"Me w ill be here tonight aad my hands are
chapped; however, I have a bottle of salv a
tion Oil."
Old remedies under new names are being
constantly Introduced to the public, but
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup still maintains Its
pre-eminence.
Natives near Asheville, N. C, get S1.75
a pound for ginseng root, which they dig
in the woods, for exportation to China.
T.C vviv would enjoy your dinner
J Ta5"' and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Pyspepsi. Jo
digestion, Flctuloncy and Constipation.
We gtutrantee them. 25 and 60 cents,
Frank H. Coblentx, corner Market and
High streets.
When two Chinamen meet they say
"Chlnchin." When congress meets It
doesn't say "Chin-chin," but that Is what It
does.
The way to make money is to save it.
Hood's SarsaparUla is the most economical
medicine to buy, as it Is the only medicine
of which can truly be said, "100 doses one
dollar." Do not take any other prepara
tion if you have decided to buy Hood's Sar
saparUla. The little child of Arthur Dodge.of Block
Island, has six living grandmothers and
four grandfathers five generations of the
family being living.
TXrvvOsr. -rifio with any Throat cr
.) v Lunff Disease, If you have
a Cough or t:a, or ine cnuareu am
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's-English Ilemedy and prevent
further trouble, it is a positive cure,
and we guarantee It. Price 10 anu 50c
frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
Ulgh streets.
"Sir. every' word jou speak Is a he."
"ltight you are, my pretty miss."
Ohnmilln's Liquid Pearl, 30 Cents.
Don't pay 75 unless so printed on bottle
label.
The fashionable buckwheat cake is about
the size of a trade dollar.
DYSPEPSIA
Causes Its victims to be miserable, hopeless,
courosed, and depressed In mlad, very Irrita
ble, languid, and drowsy. It Is a disease
which does not get well of Itself. It require
careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to
throw off the causes and tone up tho diges
tive organs till they perform their duties
willingly. Hood's BarsaparUla has proven
Just the required remedy lu hundreds ot cases.
I have taken Hood's Sarsaparfua for dys
pepsia, from which I nave suffered two years.
I tried many other medicines, but none proved
so sitlsfactory as Hood's SAmparUls,"
Tnosus Cook, Brush Kectrio tight Co,
KewYorkOty.
Sick Headache
For the past two years I have been
afflicted with severe headaches and dyspep
sia. I was Induced to try nood's Sarsar
rtr.a, and have found great relief. I cheer
fully recommend It to alL" Mus. E. F.
AxxAnLE, New Haven, Conn.
Mrs. Mary C Smith, Cambrldgeport, Mass..
was a scHcrer from dyspepsia and sick head
ache. Hie took Hood's 8arsaiaru!a and
found It the best remedy she ever used.
Hood's SarsaparUla
Bold by all druggists. 1; six tor tU. Ma-to
only by a L HOOD CO, Low", Mass.
IOO DOM On DOiiar.
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3SSHSi!S3ffidSs3is2JWC
'smTBlid, "WEDDlYEVEtod X)aGEMBBi 14
Tntilijit nutl Tomorrow Night,
And esrh flat nnd nlirht tht wwlr. vou can
ir, t ntT. .1. nrur's ilrnj- tor. 41 east
Msln street, Eemp's HalMin for the Thtost
an1 l.unc, acknonhdgnl to bettieinoit'
successful remedy ever -old for thecureof p
coimlis. croup, bronchitis, w hooping contli.
asthma Slid ronsnnii tion Get a bottle to-
day and keep It nlns In the house, so 5011
can check jour cold at once. 1'rIceSOc and
SI. Sample bottles free.
Judce Alphono Taft. ex-attorney gener
al. Is still engaged in the active practice of
law In spite of hisadisiierd age. He is one
of the adi iM'O counsel in the Kldelitj bank
A C.ki To all vvlio are suffering from
errors and Indiscretions of joutli, nervous
weakness, early decav, lo-s of manhood.
etc, Ivvlll send a receipt that will cure jou.
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in boutli Amer
ica, bend selt-addressed envelope to Iter.
Joseph T. lnuiaii, tjtaliou II. Xew York
Citj.
He What do vou think about tliN white
hor-e and red-haired non-en-e. Ml-s Iteil-
top? Mic (null fire) 1 think it ins got to
ha a horse 1 hcstmit.
""-"
Kits All fits stopped tree l Dr. Kline's
Great iveUestorer. "o hts after first
uaj s us -vi arveious cures. 1 realise ana
i'i tnil bott iee to lit esses. (Send to
I)r. Kline, 81' .1 ch street, 1'hiladelplils,
reuiis)lvanla.
'1 lie University of Pennsylvania intends
to simkI an exploring evH-dition to ancient
ltiibjlon under the direction of Dr. John 1.
Peters.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Winslovv's Soothing Srup, forchil
dren teething. Is the prescription of one of
the Inst feimlo nurses and physicians In
the Unit d Mutes, and has been Used for
j ears with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pam, cures dysen
tery and dhirrho-a. griping in the 'towels
and wind colic Hy giving lieilth to the
child It rests the mother Price 2.1c a bottle.
rrts Worth Knowing.
Ill all disease of the na-al mucous mem
brane the remedy used must be non-Irritat-lne.
The medical profession has l-een
slow to learn this. Nothing satisfactory
can lw accomplished with douches, snuffs,
powder, syringes, astringents or any similar
application, because tney are an irritating,
do not thoroughly reach the affected sur
faces and should be abandoned as worse
than failures. A multitude of eisotis who
had for years home all the worry and pain
that catarrh can inllict testify to radical and
1 permanent cares wrought by r.ly stream
lialra.
A Kind axw f!i:-r.i:ors Drni
Itev. A. ltatlier. suirniuiaie member ot
St, Louis Conl. M. E church, writes from
Moran, Kansas: 'This recommendation
i is written without solicitation from any
' pletely torpid. 1 was reduced ton living
performliiB their functions. 1 have
many
,rl . ... v..tr., ivi,i V p
Iowa and
S. W Mo. wiio would like to know this.
Tin: I1onkstSiiam.il, although he does
not boast of his purity, always makes
goods tlwt can he relied ujion; for instance,
his Sinker Kxtract of Hoots (Siegel's
nip) is really a valuable article,
not recommended as a cure-all, but
It
as
rtnvdy for one single disease, viz. lndi-
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'" Ti Shaker Tar t.,sj,us cuie
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-TTms Giroteas Oon on Earth for tUL- WW
tilTi IvJiesta-vtlnn, Nenraliha,
swelUnsr. bUS Kiss-lr. Ftt-tii.M
LBarn, ScAlds. Cut-, Timhik
I ra, Hrnri-7. borest, rnwt bit,
S Xlrk iwbe, inTr, Sore TJirot,
f rViatirss. tvsniav nAaj-h
I TsKth4Vte. Sprain; tie IVloi
3ru. wtu. kcu by all
nicriCt& CacUOTL, TT. gfn
tScS&'
rBla iMfrnti-m Oil tttmni oar
mrjtrwvi Trjli-llAra- e.ti.1 mtr
Ifnntmn tlrnftture. A. G. Ilyer X Cx, Sole
iTopcicU n, tasttraore, W J-, U. S. A.
Dr.
Urnl's Coacn Hrrne will enre onr
Conch at ones.
j-nceoniy Z5 CIS. bottle
Sheriff's Sale.
PVR&U VNT to thecomminit of an execution
ot sMe issueit from the court ol common
pleas of Clark cocnty, Ohio, and to me directed
and delivered, 1 ill olter lor sale at public
aictlon.at tnesnutii aoor ot th court lious-
ot said county, to the city of SprlnrlieM. 0..on
SaturUny, tlerembrr !, A. !.. IHX7,
at 1 o'clock, p. m.. tbe follonlne described
mortirvced premises: to-lti
Situate lu the county ot Clark, in the state
of onto, and In the City of -.priQnpu, j,
belnt: part of section 10, tow n 4. rsuce , M
S : beluir lot 16 in a subillvislou of land
made by Benjamin beeitr. a plat of which Is
recorded la records ot p'ats of ssld county,
pane lf
Helm; same premises conveyed to said .Mary
K Coble by Heniamln eeve and wife by deed
dated Miy 7. 1774. and recorded In vol.61,
pates 137 ITS Ieed Kecords ot said county
Said above described premises appraised at
ll.Ttm W.
Said aaove premises to -be sold hy order
of the court of comniou ideas of Clark couoty,
Ohio, In case No. n726. vvh'rein Theo II Ilrown
is plaintiff, and Jacob Cob'.e et al. are defend
ants. Terms of Sale Cash
JVILUAM n BAKErt.
Sheriff or Clark County. OMo
Oscaa T. Mistix. Attorney 277o
X dico lo C intracor!'.
OE VLKD I'UOI'Os VLS will he received at the
O olBce of the city clerk of the city of Miring
Held. Ohio, for dolnz the eiciv.itlon for the
erllar of the market house and rlty buildings
on the sluce from .Market space to Center
stieet. between High and p astilngton streets,
according to the plans and specifications
th refor adopted liyandon file In III-city en
Klueer's ornce, tlie material taken therefrom
to be placed at such points as may be desiu
nated hy the committee oa public bjlldlncs of
the city couu'll.
Ml proposals must besigncd by the f jll name
ofall persoiisluterestedlnthesanie.and nhall
also be sljued by some responsible disinter
ested persou as a Ruaniuire that acoutract
will lie entered Into, provided said bid ts ac
cepted.aud must beoii file with tlie city clerk
on or before Saturday, the 14th d iy of January.
lv7 at twelve o'clock noon, to be opened and
publicly read tmmedlHtely alter li o'clock of
Sitddiy.lu the preteiiceof tho mayor, city
enulneer. asslitant cttv eimlneer and city
clerk, or any two of them, and report tocouu
ell at the next regular meetiui: tbcreilter.
Theclty council reserves the nuht to reject
any or all bids for any reason hey miy deem
sunicleut.
By orderof council
2JIU1 J s. sIlUW vl.TKR. City Clerk.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DENTISTS.
c.
St. OOMTKIUIE,
DISTAL rasLoss.
Rooms 5 A . Mltcasll Black.
T.A
IB,
sirriST,
S. K. Cor. Main and Market Sts.
w.
B.8MITU,
aavrsor icbijo Turn earns
without rats.
Masonle Bnlldlnt.
JOB PRINTERS.
HH. LIS! MOCKEK, H andST Arcade, Prlat
er. Knuraicr and Fashionable Stationer.
Weddtner'vMta and eslltne cards a spoelaltr.
Manhood
TTOrQ. item.
hf. A lCLimrf mtthfir.
I lmpnidDce causing l'rema
tnre Dentr. Verrraufi Tkahlir
pad in Tain every known renie.ly. ha dii-ijoTeredii
i "u-vure, wuicu iw win eeoa ximft 10 am
rf-anferera. Addresa
weak men:
M4 WOMEN rMsdrtly
eu ibwa..i,n r aai.
Ian V Itslltr. iMt alaa.
hjl frn yvttthM wrrvn, ac nnletly n hosse. SVo.
Boos; on 4I nrlvnso dlsonaeo ris-o. (wll)
JrerlVsetlr rnlsMf. sje venrs" eanerlenco.
r- oanerte
Wlnotcst, IV
a no or. an. a.osvo asoo. s. o..
rt ."S . J3&Llar2k
m
tffk
. .. s?-Jmi
rant? as Aw v s vsifs
CUars out rats, mice, roaches, flies, aata, bsdV
bug. baetleA , losecnv skunks, lack nbUta.
, Pw.goriarsImrAha,rflol. l!cdragjlv
BOTOH ON CORNS."
Aikfor Wells' "Eongh on Corns." (Hilckr
lief, complete cure. Corns, warU, btml laa. ISo.
"Koran im ixtitji
"Bough on Itch" cores aldn humors.
..T-3."zzr .rr."rrrjrrr'tr
W.OU9, iuik worm, inter, amis roeuai, zroeseu
feet, chilblains, Itch, Itv poison, barber's Ken.
WteDrogglsUormaU. E. 3. Wells, Jarsey City.
"HOCfln ON CATARHIP
Corrects offensive odors at once. Connleta
I , ' ? SSSfiJSSSSi
Mr. Joliti II. raruell, brother of Mr
Charles blew art rarnell, says that the lat
ter is suffering from an affection of the
liver, and not uf cancer of tlie stomach, as
has been stated.
.c vao SiS
warranted. Is because It la the
Bloxi Preparation known. It wi'l
tlvely cure all Blood Diseases, tmrlfleeth
whole system, and thoroughly builds np the
constitution. Iteinember. we giaraatee It
j Krank II. CoblenU, corner Market and
1 Iligh streets
'.
Mr. Thurber, of New Yort, sold 818,000,-
000 worth of groceries last year.
It is wise to provide against emergencies
which are liable to arise hi every family. In
sudden attacks of cold, croup, asthma, etc.,
a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will
prove a never-railing remedy.
How a Dying Child
Was Saved !
Ciccro. lU.tii.Tcn cx, Isix, &t, 13l ;
TriefiwIuUatruea..-uat ul what your
&.hosdonororourUttIcJaughttr,Hjua
now f jur y ear UM. WJjpu li month old a
lnlpaprarMonhCThtI,wlchilowlxpTW'
Iarsrr. Tb! fa-nil irt-Claa ttjnulii It was
caas.l hy a piVv of b-nken cUa or Bucdla,
Imt talfal t lr!ng3!ij:l1In to lIr--- Ths
chllJ ltcamercblpf allthotiiTH, mlac to
I we the u ot her ltr an4 Caollj qott walk
ing rntlrelj. Tue irtUOlr- floxcr and thumb
of cthrrhandlncaJnet-aUrtfl. th flesh b
conilnj h-kM. Tha hip Joint. Niame IqtoIt
eI,B3 that wha tveTcntetfa raoatha old aha
could n.-L i,uq 1, havlrtt ltt tbe tue of I-f
and arm. Partl&l currntnra of the cplna alao
f ollon id. The nerrotu iji:em vru wrecsted.
mtticlr cnatructod.anJ there woi inaeral
waittiu of flesh mad movie. At eicbtefti
mouths of age aha wa ptatMs under the
treatment of a proitlnrnt (ihytkian of Boa
ton, Ha, but at thr rnd of ten months aha
had declined ta such a dogtve that sie was la
a dylnj cin.lltlo u Ttl wu In A;nil, ISbS,
We took tho child a war not kn'ltiB- what
to di. la thli dreadful dllcaim-i tre w-ra
otf r itTsuadod by friends t try-ona bot
rof b.in3 Srtcir.c, whlrh w did, and
before tt IiAd all been takea wtt saw a chaosa
fr the better la her sympfcmu. w kept It
ai an I hare dona so to this dty, and will
koepltup, if the Xaonl wIIL, for many daya
to com, for It has bruugbt our dyln,; Haaet
to Me, to rigor, t- strength and health acala.
The aahra hue of her cheeks has chanced to
a rosy tint. She Is able to walk anywhere,
her languor an 1 melancholy hare paiwed
away, ani sh U now a blithe, cheerful, hap
py romplnf chllL Should you wlaJ. to la
cretLfO )uur testlmoclalj of prf of tha)
virtue of S.S.S. our naiuea and what w
haeftall UbutapcrUon of whatweowato
you. should you wish to tue them.
Kindly your.
Bit y. Strirr.
fc Onan-LDt e. awirr
r O. Box c.
Treatise on Blood aad Sklu lUeases malted
free.
tuxbvi art Artctnc Cohnwmr l.JLtUMtM
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 shoe;
The onlv Bt3 SEAMLKSii
Shoe In thn world, with-1
out taena or nniis
Finest tjnir. cerfeel
aotlwarrsoteO. CoDrren
Oatton and Lsoe, sU
styles toe. AsstyUsliJ
sotl durable as t
cosUnf Siorss
aU wear tbe '
I IIUUUI.
SX 8Hoe.
i i 1 1
r nnnaLis ataa BiHaaE at
eUed for heavy wtnr. If not sold by ysnr
write W . L. PODGLAS, linitn, 1
W. I. DllUCLA-el MIOK. th oriftoal and
only lland-sewed Welt tl Shoe In the world,
eousls custom made, hand sewed Shoes that
oust from $0 to H.
U0ST0N SHOE STORE,
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
Wo. 9 East Main Mtreet. HprlnsBsld. O
Tain, Sunburn,
eemninKs,
qutto and All
Insect Pif.
nsnJs. a-sCTCBSJC,
Wsilsliei, posltrrrty
wtstont lis i hia ansae, ay
Bos ouLtsnaat.
rk tsets- SOsss. ana Ll
onrrMS or By saao.
Ui Hoarinar nT CoKw Inn
LtttlVaiiIUrwslaXsttnasne,
!oSLn&
For Ie by nil Sprlocfleld OrucsssU.
ITS
STOPPED FREE
i sntts Psmes Isshiisa
iDrim-S OIX4T
' NERVEResrrrwra
JBaamaiNnvaDuassas. Om&,
tart fa Aji .. JlTjftfmr Kttm - - a..
llHPALClBCBiruka M dill f AVMfiA.
Wfi'ttdrr't UM. Tresdtt ssj $t trill SoRls
IMIpsena.liiypjrmt'"l"S ''bwa
rvrored. Ssnd iuimv. r. O sad nn, sSdfs W
.sticsMrans irl l-jn ins-7, rsn.iii.r.
Ungzuu. MZWMUS Cf UUTATIHQ ftAUOi.
mi Mtw, prirrunt HHI
r are nuao wiia pnvenc aoaoie nouns; rem sssn
rutaiDf nee rest, utss,
stabsisnUsl and maisiiw).
I Used Id the beat Bands ant
I Orchestras. UaeqaaMd tor
1 tone, sarpaas all others tm
I fialsta aod aDPwane. If
laearest atoslo eaaler does
I sot Imt Iheas. write to as
tor Illustrated fWlogwi
HCALY,
A ROYAL EXCURSION
TO CAL FORNIA
Via Louisville and Nashville and Southern
I'actOc- K. K Co.'s will leave Cincinnati. Tues
day. Dec 27 lssT. with Pullman's Palace.
llutlet. Sleeping Cars, runntncttirouzh to Cal
ifornia points without change. Tickets sold
dnily at lowest rates For space In sleepers,
rates, maps, time cards, etc., address H.
!!: ;;. T. 1. .st.. Medina. 0.. or .8.
IMltKKK. J. p. Agt .Cincinnati, 0.
SRiGHTINE
A XEW
KEMEDT,
POflTIVK
s'., mvm
Correpoiidene
DIABETES,
RnlOBTS ?
sulUKHl.Miuallo
liifornialloti free
l rusl UlMMnnt to BatlOHTa
iruue. Dlusase and klnursd atlawata
WM. T. LlaDLKT CO..
S18 Lo salle atrcet, . . Chlsnno, Of
For sale by Lord, Owen 4 Co., Whole
sale Druggists, Chicago.
The Great EaIUh I'loniUllon
.Cures Tlrat-ieii. .SperMaforrnoa.
'XViiuions, 7iKiKj(en-vaDdall Dbv
Q
eaaea caussd by self abuse or la-
discretion. One nackiire tl. six ftsJ
BXTOaal By mail, vv rito for Pararhlei. famal
larekav Cbesnlral Co., Batrett, ssUwnv.
Call on oraddressTheo. Troupo.drueaHrt.
earner Main and JCarktl streets. SprlsaloM
rfcle.8sit
MICROBE KILLER !
Is now the race in Austin, Tex. Mr. Radnns,
Nuiservman. Austin. Texas. Is the Inventor.
Ho Cures trery Disease that doctors nave
fsiled to cure. Over arm persons in aad around
Austin are now using It Send tor circular ot
his treatment showing sworn statements and
testimonials ol cures maae. Address
WM. KAUAM'S, M1CBOI1K KILLKK..
AUSTIN, TEXAS.
WAMED-LADIIS tor our Fall sad Christ
mas trade, to take lbrht. pleasant work at
their own home, f I to fo per day can be oni-
worn sent by mall any atitta.
?HlcJrfiS&- Mt".YS-...M"
odccchucui jini co, U7 JtlU
OwK.
Boston, Mas. Box 51 W
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1887,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pu
rity, strength and wbolesomeness. More eco
nomical Iban the ordinary kind, and cannot
be aold In competition with the multitude of
law test, short weight, alum or phosphate
powders. Sold only In cans. Kovil BaKira
PowssaCo..loa Wall Street. Xew York.
"bailroad time card.
Ftttstmrr, Cincinnati nnd HI. Louis Ball,
way Company I'nn Handle Route.
Under schedule In effect November 18.
1ST, trains leat o bnrincheld. central stand
ard time, for Xeuia, Dayton, Ulchmond,
SL Louis, Chicago, atd all jsiiutt west and
northwest, Cincinnati, Columbus and east
ward 6:S0 a. ui., for Aenia. Davton, KIch-
amond and Indianapolis flOrJU a. in., for
Jkeula, Uayton, Ciuciunati, Coiunibus, In
dianapolis. St. Louis and Chicago M.JO p.
ul, for Xeuia, Datou and Cincinnati fS.OO
Trains arrive In Springfield at f'riS and
100 a. ui., t'-:10 p. in. and 5:30 p. m.
Dally. tu""y except Sunday.
Sam Dudds, Ticket Agent.
Oterstavad, Oalamsu, Clnclnnntl anal
iBsuaonpolu Bnllway.
80IS8 sasT.
I Sight Ixpress iy)Mi
It New York A Boston Kxpres-9ja am
i uefNua a auieni axpnu.. a.sDPa3
t Sew York Limited Bxpress.
-.tlp
sou socrs.
t Itlrht bnnu
,3J0aa
.nlti ass
11X0 am
1.30 cat
XT BDo..Cln. We. Ft
1 Cln. flying Buckeye.
Cincinnati A fndlknsnoll. KmrMi
t Cleveland A ClnalanatlKinrean '
li Sooth 1 West Expiris
4.u) pm
unu..iaa..Bt.ijouisKan. Kx '4 Jin
aaaivs raux xasr.
Xlf bt Express 2 30 ara
1 Cln.rlvluic Buckeve 7Jlam
a Clevelan A Cincinnati Express l-fopm
Mew I'ork.Uoston A Cincinnati Ex.'l'Z.) pm
aiaiva raon south.
( Night Kxpreu IKtm
a Daitba.BprlnglleldAeeom.rr't s.Mam
I New York A Boston Limited J0 am
14 Cincinnati A Springfield Accom l.0 pm
Mviwutt m naaberu n Ilium, a.a pni
ki Cincinnati A Springfield Accom 6.t'5pm
tINew York Idinltedkxpress '10 us pa
o. im bmm tarvuRn sleepers to new xontano
toetoo without change.
No. 4 Is tbe famous limited express, eom-
ped entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland
rarowgn sleepers rrom Bpnnxseid.
stakes
ew ion in wm nourt ana uosi
Bears.
ton in MM
Q. H.KHIQDT.
nv. K. Iteket Agent.
D.B.MABTIH.
0.F.A.
Arcade Depot,
Springfield. 0
T. YiPsnn.si Ohio and Erie Boute.
All trains run on Central time as mlnatet
slower than city time.
Taaixs Lsavs ooiso ssst.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally 10.Ma.rn,
2. Accom.. dally ,,..- 3.iij p. a.
N. t. 3Uw York t ast Express 9.3J p. m
TSatVSLKaTBoOISO WIST.
5. I. Cln. A St. Lr.nls Ki.. dally 20 a. a.
l. Aecora..oaiiy lU.IUs,a!.
i. St. Louis Kx..dall
JtiSp.i
No. 5 ha uiroucb Sleepers to at. Louis
-No
4 runs through to New otk solid. .Vn cluni-i
of cars for any diss of passengers.
Free hack to trains to all points east of, an
Including north Lenlsburg.
for tickets to all poiuts and further Infoi
station. ealloa J.D. PHLiota.
Agent.73 Arcade.
Telephone call J10.
Indlsvnn, itlounilngton nnd Western Rail,
wny.
isiiTt raun SOSTB.
I Clnelnnatl KxDreas
. lOOan.
, 25an
. taiuai
i Sandusky and Springfield 1
I uoiumous jian
aaaivs raon sasr.
1 Hliht Exoress
. 1an
S Chicago. St. L. A kan. City llm
. swan
. lOJSan.
j aenaasayaiaii - .
1 Chicago. SL L. A Kan. City Ex
aaaivs raoa wxst.
2 Eastern Express
. -soaptt
.-2 20am
. 9t5an
. 43pn
Atlantic ami
s' Hew York Limited
psraxT ooisa xosth.
S Lakeside Express
4 Put-la-Bay Express
5 Springfield and Sandusky Ex
Din IT GOUQ XtST.
1 Colambos Express
.243an
.lusftaa
. (juupn
. 2atx
. Ntoan
. 64dan
i Atlantic iiau
I Columbus Accommodation-
S Sew York Limited
4 35pm
205 am
6'an
ilSpn
nirixT ooisa west.
I Night Express
5 Chicago, St. L. A Kan. City Mm
I Chicago, ot. L. A kan. City Ex
Ohio southern Kail rood,
ataivi raov socth.
S Balnbrldge Accommodation
1 Mail and Express
t0an
413pn
OSrAXT 0O150 OCTH.
I Malt and Express 10 35 a d
4 Balnbrldge Accommodation 630 on
AU trains marked run dally; ill others dalij
except Sunday, standard time, which Is 2
annates slower than Spr nsneid cttv time
wU.UEFFKRMAN.
D. H. BOCIIK. Ticket Agent.
General Agent.
THE BEST I EVER TRIED
B MT ML TSttSE aUI SAH OF
HEAD H TESTIMONIAL
sUliuoBK. Mix. HVch X UMl
sszm
snVTV ISMD PllU'sllir lSBn
' rtatim. i wee inQtvTwn to
sit Br4neT siamber ot
sssred to ear It is tbe bees
imm&r 1 ! ever trtmt end 1 he used
Kidssawr. IltlwUacrMtttp)Buive
L,""tiMiartty&ln"
$1. FOR A OUURT BOTTLE.
Ask year draeaist or dssier for it ant
IsnwtapoBiocungit Isa.no other.
IACHS-MUDEN Jb CO.
DAVTOM. OHIO.
I WAHT AGENTS ,I&.
MISSOURI
STEAMWASHEH
To men u! womtmof ess
ergy ma ebuitr eeeUBsi
proauute empieg SnTSSiaiu
rsl tarrai will ha aitissssl
Tb sster work os
nHnrinlr wlilrli ! I ling
at clotaliMf norwtQQMif.
Sanrtnlni ateatit ntt two
wtM; vriai- gn novreii xew
turnofd) at mtfipenoe if not
$600tO$000
llbral trm, to be r-
noi aiieTricxorf
reevr i dmbsS aBetiei
r fnmTnsstsTflt sshltYst
'indoAirlfMu iiainlsi
ummme wn maaioa it st rir'nsi sraeeees)
eTveioabatret IUtrtitedtu?CTi,sUUe4 Wnnefive.
el, WMTIUOU ll'n,I7KJ rnOIN Art.ST.lWl-,st4V
VIeeMSsai. A9uinmim9TrUL
MARLIN
REPEATING
RIFLE
Ontr
INTHK
emteed pcrfeot
WORLD!
If sMovete end ebso
tstetrsAie. Made la i
tseel t9 laWfw wtna!l ntn.
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Knovr that many tfthepeeple of Springfield forget to-
call and purchase from their stock in the early part of
the season, such goods at would have made theirhomes
more attractive, out now that the Fall Season is right
on, and we have the cheapost ani prettiest goods ever -offered,
come right along and see style and neatness you
never dreamed of. We havo
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The best Red Cross Heating Stoves, and Cook Stoves,
and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper
needs. Chamber Suits so cheap and good ; Parlor goods r
way down and so nice for a little money. Don't wait
but buy early and enjoy the benefit of the best selection.
ANDKEWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
MITCHELL BLOCK. :
DOIST'T BXJ' Y"OTJR.
PUENITURB!
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and set for yourself. Remember
place, 74 West Main St, 1st dsor west of Wigwam.
WHEN YOU WANT COAL
WHELDON
WHOLESALE A.5D
3aC.XX9r
GRa4ND OPERA HOUSE.
BBAVCH OFFICE AMD YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND
JOHN H.
AND DEALER IN
GOODS SOLD BY THE
N0S. 26 AND 28 EAST MAIS
E. P. AVILLIS & SON,
PLUMBERS, S 1 FAM i GAS FIHERS,
26 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS.
TVrA-ESTTATiXi & CO.,
phophi -i-o'a? .
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GOODS CALLtD FOR VXD BEUTESEB. TELEPHONE 1SS.
COAL!
:oo
CHAPMAN GOAL C0MFNY
For the best Hard Col, J'cksse Coal, Hocking Coal
and Crushed Coke in the Market
T
TELEPHONE 180 170,50. 81 KELLTO IRC ABE; TEtEPHOXE 1C0 1-1,
0. . YARD; TELEPHONE 1
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