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TIE DAY, DECEIBEB 20, '87
The Elite Kraut ! Eaf acenent of
UndirlhemanaeeineBtof Frea K. Wrltt.
pe en ieir manager tar llavertr . comprla
Inc alt the members who lor Tears consti
tuted tUvtrlj's Mastodaa Nlnatrals. pre
aentlosa proEramme ol the oesreat aad
bnetitet acts upon the illnttrtl Staxe.
Evryfhing Froth aad Bright.
Aim islon. 23e, !0a and T5c. Ressrred Seats
at 1'ierce s.
No Universal Rind
has yet been discovered ; tat, as at laaat
four-filths of human illslisses bar thalr
source In Impar Blood, a nadir! na
which restores that flaid tram a de
praved to a attaltBjoadiBVoB oobms as
near being m nil rat sal ear as any that
can be produced. Ayfs Banapaiilla
affecu the blood la aach atag of its
formation, and is, tharafore, adapted to
a greater variety of complaints than any
other known medicine.
Boils and Carbwiclet,
which defy ordinary treatment, yield to
Ayer's Ssnaparllla attar a coonparativa.
ly brief trial.
Mr. C K. Murray, of Charlottesville,
Ta., writes that for years ha was af
flicted with boils which caused him
much suffering. These ware succeeded
by carbuncles, of which ha had several
at one time. Be then began the nsa of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and after taking
three bcttlss, the carbuncles dlaap
peared, and f or six years he baa not had
even a pimple.
That insidious disease, Senfala is
the fruitful cause of innumerable com
plaints. Consumption being only one of
many equally fatal. Eruptions, ulcers,
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 the
system. Many otherwise beautiful feces
are disfigured by pimples, eruptions,
and unsightly blotches, which arise
from impure blood, showing the need of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla to remedy the oviL
All sufferers from blood disorders
should give Ayer's Sarsaparilla a fair
trial, avoiding all powders, ointments,
and washes, and especially cheap aad
worthless compounds, which not only
fail to effect a cure, but more frequently
aggravate and confirm the diseases they
are fraudulently advertised to remedy.
Dr. J. C Aysr Co LowelL Mas.
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M Kl tfc Bt Criterion of
Tata A Brwker'a Story.
"Do you know anything about dia-
"I am surprised at tho admission.
nearly every man thinks be is nosteJ. II
usually falls to the lot of tho common
individual to bur diamonds, more or It-is,
in tho course of his camT, and in that
experience to gather more nil-information
than is diswminated on any otliei
subject. Some of tho miMnfoniiation if
scattered purposely, but much of it igno
ranUr. It is a part of a jeweler 'a biui-
to talk well. Con.euiently when
he stands beliind his counter and a
customer steps in front of it he feels it
lits duty to rill tho customer's bead with
pleasant imprcwtions about the goods of-
fered. Of course that is business. I do
"V f ere u.moro """.ul ,nw,",l -
mentation aljout diamonds than about
any other koo.1s. but I do ray that t :eor-
dinary jeweler is a mighty jworjuuge of
tberalue of diamonds. , sj,
Tims sike an importer to a fnend (fie
toiler u.v .
Tliere is onlv one class of men," the
proprietor continued, "whom the tratlo
fully trut, and they are thu broLcw. A
....... ...,.. ...will j lulu iio
sells, but one w ho can sort and appraise.
Practise is of course ni-ctsaiy in tliia
work. Imt a man must be Kifttxl in that
direction if lieeer hopm forsucss. In
New York there are not ten men whoe
judgment about a iaer of diamonds is
concluaito. The trade on both sides
a . . .. . ., ...
pares them with tho invoice. Tliat be-
las correct, tlie broker fiuU tlir- ivirt.n!n t
in Iils pocket and giHi out to viit the
trade. lie usually returns with a mora
bulky iack-age than he takes out, the
atones liaviug been t-nlianged for checks,
notes or bills.
There Ls a broker now in the other
room preparing to go out. e send for
hun w benever we receive an invoice. He
Rets 1 jer cent, on lib sales, and lie b
now so well known in the business tliat
tlie laisiness tliat
four hours a lay
for working three or
three or four davs in tho week he can
earn about $S,000 a j ear. lie adds to
tliat iinxtuc by appraisement and other
eiiert labor during lib lebure. Rarely
has hejeft tlus oflice with less tlian $l',
000 north of diamonds in lib inside
ockrt. and he has carried f 75,000 worth
It a time. We never dream of asking
security from him. and in all Iils dealings
every stone lias been accounted for. Fre
quently he accommodate friends at tlie
prices which he a&ks of jewelers. lie
may be useful to ou, and you can rely
t-u what lie says.
Tlie looker presently appeared ready
for lib rounds. Nothing about him sug
gested lib occupation. A pickpocket
would liavo paed him by as not worth
the game. Introductions over, the broker
d.d minus unbuttoning, and drew from
a pocket clow? to lib shirt a morocco
pocketbook of erliaps a dozen com
imrtments. Tlie compartments were
tilled nitli slips of white lajier, which
the broker took out one at a time itii
habitual caution. Soino of the ackjges
co.itaiued tangle stones, and ui some
tUoro were matched groups, sparkling as
only diamonds can. Another juckage
contained an assortment of oblong, aiulier
colored fragments, which a housewife
would have boilod unhesitatingly if they
liad Un sent to her for tapioca. They
were uncut diamonds, and north $1,500.
The importer" friend stlected a jur of
small brilliants, although larger ones
were kiid before him for less money.
You have tlie making of an appraiser
ia jou." said tlie broker. 'Almost any
jjweler would have chosen Uio larger
(cat, failing to see that the smaller ones
are of purer color and greater brilliancy.
To the ordinary eye the difference in
jahty b not perceptible, except in cer
m:i kinds of bght. hen the difference u
plainly apjarent. I suppose jewelers
c.tisfy the demands of customers when
tliey prefer large stones to small ones of
lietter quality, for size is vastly overrated
in diamonds. Tlie kind of diamond 6u
liave clR-en is worth $150 a carat. Tlie
one jou rejected is worth $80 n carat,
and tliat duTereuce mould unmistakably
jppear probably just at tlie tune when
the wearers would least like to liav o it.
Under good conditions of light the differ
ence wuld be plain. Yet there are men
in tho business the majority of thorn, I
might say who would rather liavo
$1,000 worth of large, stonesat $10 a
carat tlian double the vafflkr in stones
worth f 200 a carat. They can get more
money for tlio clieaper stones.
Tliere b something about a jewelry
store," the broker continued, '"tliat
makes goods show better in tho eves of
Olivers tluui tliev do anywhere else. A
friend of roiuo wanted a pair of diamonds
ff I earrings and commissioned me to get
tltvm. It was several weeks before I
happened to liavo a pair tliat I thought
would suit mm. They were worth
(1,500. He admired them, but could
not quite make up lib mind tliat tliey
were nliat he wanted. After thinking
over it for about ten days he decided not
to take them. Tlie next day I went into
i large store up tow n. While showing
ay goods to the diamond buyer my
friend entered tho store. I was in tho
jfllce, where lie could, not tee me. Tlio
buyer was sent for to wait on my friend,
who wanted to buy some stones that
roal'l lie recommended as (ir.t class.
' -If jou liaven'tauvthlngtosuit him,
t said to tho buyer, 'come back to me. I
think I can fit vou out.'
'In a few minutes ho came back. I
savo liim the f 1,500 pair. Tliey filled
my friend's eyo completely. He bought
them for f&.IOO. and went home de
lighted. A few dajs later lie came to
me, glowing over his purcliase. I stopped
liiui before lie liad said much and turned
narrator myself. I think that before I
got through he was almost disgusted
enough to give the diamonds away. To
Uib day they liave not given him a mo
ment's genuine pleasure. Still. f2.500
was not a high price for thorn, according
to the jew eler's standard. A large jew elry
establishment b about asexeiisiveto run
as a raclit. and good profits liecomc a
necessitj-. But it would 1 hard to com
fort mv friend with that reflection. He
will begrudge Uiat extra $1,000 to lib
dying day." New York Times.
The Kacitemrnt Not Ovr.
The rush at T. J. Casper's druR store, 41
east Main street, still continues and daily
scores of people call for a bottle of Kefup's
Balsam lor the Throat and Lungs tor tne
cure of Coughs. Colds Asthma. Bronchitis
and Consumption. Kemps rJalsani, tne
standard family remedy, b sold on a guar
antee and never faib to give entire satisfac
tion. Price 50c and 81.00. Trial size, free.
A firm of undertakers at Rochester. Pa..
while taking charge of a funeral at Wood-
lawn, a rival undei taker nad a buy pass
around a business card during the services
stating that coffins could be had at the
cheapest rates, carriages to hire, traveling
men accommodated, etc Tne nrm, waen
Informed of what (he boy was doing, ex
pelled him. it has created quite a sensa
tion, and the relatives of tlie dead man are
Soother at band. It is the only safe
medicine yet Bade that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
MorphiM, bat rives the child natural
ttMfrvmfmm. Price 23 cents. Sold by
Frank H. Coblenti, corner Market an I
"I can raise salrits." said a long-hairs I
medium. "Thaah's all right!" exclaimed a
4mnkan fellow in the aadlanee. ' Yon
twuineiiniNineron one Hue aim u
iuanufactflrerorr.tailcron U,e other-
rely on tl- men. An i importer -does
rurfsel to jewelers direc ly. but alas
thrpufili Uas broker. Ahi the atimea
ame the broU-r sorts the.ii and com-.I,,.,,
A Man Who Can -Writ On Thine
Speak Another Slmultaneoualy.
"How Ion liavo jou liuil hw?"
Tlio lawy r was taUti tlic deposition
of -a w itiioss in hit oftxv i.i tho Mills
building. Tim jmicil of thu Monographer
was moving rapiiily over hu lier, leav
ing U'lmid it a string of pothooLa and
tliM-alMinl svmUUof spn-ch.
You tuv that vou have Lnoxvn the de
fendant for the just ten years. Now, I
want to ask jou whetlier at any time
during that poriiKl j ou cer noticol any
symptom of insanity in his beliavior?"
continiKxl the lawyer.
At (he iiLstant tho lawyer began this
query tho stenographer turned to the re
porter, who was seatetl by his hide ul tl
table, and. n ithont stopping his w nting
for a second, whispered: "Wait a mo
ment and I'll be through. This won't
l,x1 mucu on.r."
1 Tho n'i.rttr looktxl anxiously at the
notpSf expecting to see tho pencil stop its
trac or at ,tTait at the end of le
lion9 its , to Xie
plirases incorrectly transcriW. But it
nla,0 no ,.,, lm . whon , Uwx
ended his inquiry the pencil Mopiied.
I "Now, sir." coatinueil th" lawyer.
.., maV u.,j mo w ,lrther , Hereweii
I t,nolIgll j.-u.,,,,,, M itll ,,; Jt.ft.,l(iant to
Li,- lw llu.r 1,
hIioum! uny weaknCNH
of mind or not?"
Ucfore tlie stenographer had completed
tlio second line of hw rejiort lie npiin
tihi-iienil to tlie reiortr not to lie in a
hurrj . and. as liefore, concludel lib worL
ithout a article of apjian-iit interru-
fl.M Tli. .. n il... I... .... I
afu.r H, ,nwre M , p,,,",, tl.,.r
mu, tll(! w'ltllosj, ,j tll0 !.,
nor nskwl ,1k-Mon.r.ipher whether
,.' had r.tte.i cornU all tluit was K.id
nrba, r ,M , onh" qiltomizt, wllat
. ,.. " '
IWH. .f, n3 IIJ,- I.1-.1 Il-lttIl. UJItl
... ...,..' .
v hat was said. AVhv
do j ou ask?"
Can vou real it without difficulty?"
Of course 1 can. otherwise I should
not lie here; but why do jou ask?"
1 didn't see how jou could write
Jou n w hit was being spoken and speak
lo me upon anotlier subject at the same
"Tliat is easy enough to do," responded
the stenographer with a latich. -wlien
,,, onlv kmw ,,. anJ ,)nlctice )onf;
,, Shorthand writing b vcrv much
like plaving the piano or relating some
thing from memory. It is mechanical.
I found j ears ago w hen I was rciHirtuig
m a vestern court, tliat it was extremely
u-cful to Iw able to hear and think of
other things transpiring in the court room
than the evidence itself. I tlieu began
practicing so tliat I could train mjstlf to
do two serate things at the same time.
1 vvould mcntallv- make note of every
thing occurring around me and keep on
with my writing. At first I would make
a nu take or two, but I gradually got so
that I could liear everv thing tliat was
said and understand it too, nothwith
itanding the fact that my pencil was
moving all the time."
"I should think that when jou began
toscak it would have thrown you oil
It dil at first. I learned that by
committing to memory some poem and
repfcitin,.' it while I was reporting, until
at List I could carry on a conversation on
almost nny subject and write from dic
tation upon one entirely different. It's
a very Useful ucoofuplishment. but I
wouldn't advise jou to learn ftr unless
Jou intend to liecome a professional
stenographer, mid I wouldn't advise that
unless vou have nothing better to do than
to break stones in the streets." New
York Mail and Express.
The Queen. Life at BatmoraL
A corrcsiiondent. after picturing tlie
fiiip'icity of the life at Balmoral dur
ing I he queen s stav there, dewenbes one
of her ordinary everv da v breakfasts. Tlie
fo'luuing is the menu of the breakfast
served one d.iv last week: Scott It or-
rulge. cold ramp steak pie, hot rump
steak, cold gammon of bacon, boiled
eggs, Scotch scones, brown bread, butter,
l'oiiey. tea. coffee, anil a kind of cocoa
specially prepared for tlie queen. Tlie
porridge was placed on the sideboard,
and vv as served tooch guest in blue and
white china lasins. These basins were
filled by the attendants, as a matter of
course. witlnut any question as to
w bother iivridge vv as w anted or not. It
was evidently required by court eti-
quctt" that the meal should be liegun
with this solid foundation, and that in
dividual tastes of the honored visitors
lead to- lu kept in abeyance. Our in
formant expresses surprise that there
w as no game on tne table, considering
tliat to his r rtain knowledge the lankr
was full of grouse shot bv Prince lienrv
and the keepers, which certainly vv anted
eating. He b probably not aware that
tlie queen cannot tolerate the smell of
game the first thing in the morning, and
only allows it at tlie Liter meals out of
deference to tlie tastes of others Lon
don Cor. New York World.
Important. Da not let your druggist
palm oil on jou any new remedy tor colds.
Insist on Dr. Bull's Couga syrup or you
will be disappointed.
Behold, the world rests." Headache
and neuralgia hate been cured by Salvation
Oil. the great and Infallible pain-remedy.
Price 25 cents.
Wichita. Kan., has in the past six months
acquired and Is either operating r com
pleting forty-eight separate and distinct
a capital of I3.SS3.000 and employing 3.-
312 people. Enough others are beiuc or
ganized or seeking locations to make a
total of eighty-three manufacturing con
cerns, with a total capital ot $7,503,003,
emploving 11,512 people, which are prom
ised WIcQlta before the 1st of June, isss.
Is undoubtedly caused by lactic acid In the
blood. This acid attacks the fibrous tissues
and causes the pains and aches In the back.
shoulders, knees, ankles, hips, and wrists.
Thousands of people have found In Hood's
Sarsaparilla a positive cure for rheuma
tism. This medicine, by Its purifying ac
tion, neutralizes the acidity of the blood.
aril also builds up and strengthens the
w hole body.
The "marking" system has been abol
ished at Columbia college. Each professor
Is to statedly report the names of the three
members of the class who have shown the
most diligence and proficiency, and the
best all-around stu.lsnts are to be known as
It is wise to provide against emergencies
which are liable to arise In every family. In
sudden attacks of cold, croup, asthma, etc.
a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will
prove a never-tailing remedy.
The educational council ot Austria has
decided tliat the permission to marry should
uut be absolutely withheld from female
teachers, but at the same time It recom
mends the local authorities to throw In their
way as many impediments as possible.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Great N tve Restorer. No fits after first
day's usrt Marvelous cure. Treatise and
Si trial bott- tee lo nt cases, send to
Dr. Kline, 031 Arch street, Philadelphia,
German army: Number of troops. 428.
104; cost. 18.850.000. British arm: Num
ber ot troops, 103.000; cost, 18,232,000
Champlln's Llquif fearl, SO Canu.
Don't pay T unless so printed on bottle
M:ss Helen C. Smith, or Vermont, has
taken the degree i f M. P. (Mistress of Pies)
in the St. Albans cooking college.
The Washoe Indians held a grand coun
cil near Genoa. Nov., recently, and passed
a law making theft punishable by death.
It Is said that the poet Goethe's death was
hastened by bis bearing an American pro
AOIfl For All.
In order to git e all a chance to test It, and
thus be convlncisnfcf Its wonderful curative
powers, Dr. King's New Dbeovery for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds, will be,
for a limited time, given away. This offer
b not only liberal, but shows unbounded
faith In the merits of this great remedy.
All who suffer from Coughs. Colds. Con
sumption, Asthma. Bronchitis, or any af
fection of Throat. Chester I,migs.are espec
ially requested to call at Charles l.udlow A
Co.'s llrug store, and get a Trial Bottle
Free, Large Bottles SI.
Itenenr. Her luulli.
Mrs. rtiu.be Chfsley, I'roston. Clay Co.,
Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
the truth of which Is vouched for bj the
residents of the town: "I am 73 jears old.
have been troubled with kidney complaint
and lameness for many years; could not
dress mvself without help. Now I am free
from all pain and soreness, and am aoie to
do all my own housework. I owe my
thanks to Electric Hitters for having re
newed my jouth, and removed completely
alL.dlses.se and pair. Try a bottle, only
MTat Charles Ludlow .t Co.'s Drug Store.
ThBest3axb In the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sure. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
euree Piles, or no pay required, it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price its cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow St Co.
There are 400.000 different symbols, each
representing a word, in the Chinese lan
guage, and the telegraph operators in the
empire find life a burden. The operator
sending even a brief message b telegraph
Is obliged to make use of a complicated s) li
tem of numeral?, which the receiver mutt
wearily retranslate Into Chinese.
There is no doubt about the honest north
of Aver's Sarsaparilla as a blood purilier.
Thousands, who have been benefited by its
use, will attest Its virtues. 1 his reined)
cured liver and kidnev complaint, and erad
icates every trace ot dLsease from the sjs
tem. "Ssy 'dark,' Mr. M.." said VJhief Justice
Armour, to the counsel addressing the
court the other day. "It b very offensive to
the ears of an English-speaking person to
hear that word called clurk.' "
av arasranted, is because it is the best
Blood Preparation known. It wl'l posi
tively core all Hood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Bemember. we guarantee it
Frank II. Cjblenu, corner Alarket an
"Brethren." said the pastor ot a Chicago
church last Sunday, after waiting nve mln
utes for late comers to take their seats be
fore beginning his sermon, "there are thrre
things this congregation neels: 1. A spirit
of deeper consecration to the cause of re
ligion. 2. More promptness In reaching
the house of worship. 3. A reliable am.
certain remedy for squeaking boots;"
A Cakd. To all who are suffering from
errors and indlseretious of joutli, nervou
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood.
etc, Iwlll send a receipt that will cure you.
free of charge, this great remedy was
discovered by a mlsslonaiy In South Amer
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to Kev.
Joteph T. Iniuan. Station I). New York
If the gallows Is tlie Instrument of death,
what ls the accor 'e in?
would enjoy your dinner
and are prevented by Dya-
peifeia, use Ad
Aeker's DTspersla Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. S3 and 60 cents.
Frank li. CoblenU, coruei Market and
Ailvlr t Mother.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Synip, forrhil
drtn teething, is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses snd physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
yosrs 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 pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic By giving health to the
child It rests the mother. Price 2Scs bottle.
I have bad nasal catarrh for ten years so
bad that there were great sores in my nose,
and one place was eaten through. 1 cot
Ely's Cream Balm. Two bottles did the
work. My nose and head are well. I feel
like another man. C. S. McMlllen, Sibley,
Jackson Co., Mo.
For all forms of nasal catarrn wnere
there is dryness of the air passage with
what Is commonly called "stuffing up." es
pecially when going to bed, Ely'a Cream
Balm gives Immediate relief. Its benefit to
me has been priceless A. G. Case, M. D.,
A KlSI) AM GENKItOUS Dr.F.O.
Rev. A. Barber, superauuate member of
St. Louis Conf. Jf. K. church, writes from
Moraa, Kansas: "This recommendation
u written without solicitation from any
one; but 1 owe It to those similarly afflicted
to say that by the use ot tne snaxer re
tract of Boots (Siegel's Syrup) I was cured
of an obstinate and almost fatal Indiges
tion both stomach and liter being com
pletely torpid. 1 was reduced to a living
skeleton. Friends, family and phjslcian
hail given me up. 1 was keeping the spark
of life alive with a diet of raw eggs and
milk. Now both stomach and liver are
performing their functions. I have uisnj
friends in Western Ohio, N. E. Iowa and
S. W. Mo. who would like to know this.
Tnit HosicsT Sifakkk. although he does
not boast of his purity, alwajs makes
goods that can he relied upon: for Instance,
his Shaker Extract of Roots (Shwel's
Strap) Is really a valuable article. It Is
not recommended as a cure-all, but as s
remedy for one single disease, viz: Indi
gestion, in which disease it works like
charm. The Shaker Tar Caspus euie
acne. It wi
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$6 a Day-A Gold Mine
For Aeents. Orandest Money Making Hu.l
tarsa ever ofiert d A golden harvest for the
n.HTln Months. fer Moi.lll'Bnd ex-
P'nsestt active men to sell our foods. Jio
piial Kniur.d No pedilllDK Sample
eiseof good and vslunble Information and
full oartlculars FUKK. Ka kuiubua: we
mean lust what we say. Address at once
tMnrtanl Silverware Co., Hoalnn, JWM
W. A stccsasr rontSfZ
v kaoaiB laoalT. haa
r4a tJBlf Ain.
which h will sand ti
. 1. iuta.M atl& Batty.
O ssm "i, -i-
i aamsv w m "
.-. lssssm unmKj,irasttatS
. B NnhtDbstMlastU
Hornn as rath." '
Clears out rats, mice, roadies, flies, ants, bed
bugs, beetles. Insects, skunks, lack rabbits,
sparrows, gophers, moths, moles. 15c druggists.
"Rorcii ON CORNS."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Coma." ( uick re
Ilex, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunt ma. lie
"Rorjnu on mm."
"Rougnon J tea" cures ssln humors, erup
tions, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
itei, cuiiDiains, ucn, ivy poison, oaroera itcn.
80c Druggists or maU. E.S. Wells, Jersey City.
"ROrOU ON CATARRH"
Corrects offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases ; also unequalled as
A new occupation recommended forseml
Invalius by n i'lillailelpiiia writer is the
making of artmcial flies tor bshlng pur
poses. The tools n quired are a small pir
of sharp scissors, a pair ot spring ply r, a
'iig pin. a small pitce of cobbler's wax.
1 fie materials are breast and tall leathers
f fowls and game, with silver a d geld
iii.els.n little hue sewing silk of all colors,
m me lit rl in wool, stained gut, ud hooks
ot various sizes.
f A and reliable Medlclnen are thebest
VJVW todependupon. Acker's Blood EU
ixlr has been prescribed for years for all bn
ulous, Svphllitlc or Mercurial diseases, it is
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The collection of old sliver is said to be
the latest fashionable fever. It rages with
greater inteiwitj than the ceramic craze of
a few ears ago.
MTlM Greatest Curs m rpth tn ps win
KtrrUUisa. stilt s-ek. anCr
I Burns, Sr!l4 Cut., Uunb.
n. neqrt.tr ssre. rrsM-sitr,
I si'ka he, Oatft,y, Sors Threat,
rciatles. VV(Minlv H-adAfhA.
Tucshathr, Sprain, etc. rrlca
-Seta, a botlle. SoM St all
t1nlinrtafl. eastern. Th fm
Ulna Atlmtiin lil lirara nor
I fSMlnn itrrafim. A li Mryrr A Co, 3ela
I Ivcprlrtors. nat'more. II.L, I . s. A.
rismt Trv Mark. anJ n.
Hull Courh Frrnn will ear rear
Cavcli at ooce,
i-rica ooir a vis. as ti
X itlro to Contractor.
SK I.n PKOl'Os M.? will be rerelvert at the
uinr o theLliy ilrrkot Iherlty of sprtuc
Held. Ol.i .l.ir doiu" the exr it-iIioii for the
cellar ol Hie iniwkel house and city buildings
on the spee from .Urkrt svtce to Center
stieet. between lllch and W ashlnston stretsts.
arcorrthii; lo the pUns and spcitlcittons
Ih reforailotded by aud on filela thcltyen
Sineer's oftke. the nmterlsl aken theietrcm
toheiilaeed at such points a may he desig
nated lv the voniiuUtie oa public buildings of
the city vounrlt.
(All proti jsalsincst be s'gned by the full name
olall perions inierested lu thesime.and shall
also be signed by some responsible disinter
ested persnu as .1 guarantee that a contract
will be entered Into, provided shU bid Is ac
cepted, ami mutt boon file with the city clerk
ou or before ituMay. the lltbdayof January.
lfcS7 attwelvu o'clock noon, to be opened and
publlrly read lmiieiilstely after 12 o'clock of
sod day. In the preenc;of the mayor. city
emjurer, assistant ntv euclneer and city
clerk, or any two oft'ieiu. and report to coun
cil ai thn next regular meeting thereaiter.
Thectty council reserves the right to reject
anyer all bids tor any reason they may deem
2)lbs J. s. M1EWALTER. City Clerk.
Xo'lee of involution.
Tlin nrm ot Schlndler. Coles A Urnnett Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. Jas.
M llennett wlthdrsniinrtrom the tlrm. The
business will still coi.tlnue to be -arried on at
the old stand. No 21 Msherstreei. by Peter -v.
M-titndler and J. K llliam Loirs under the Brm
name of Schlndler A Cole. who will elve strict
attention to business. Office open day and
nli;!it; tet'phnue .o '2Xi. Afterbuslnrsshours
I.A fHniL'Uirrt U oe iouuii at ui iraiucuec,
NV.inl West High street. and J W Coles can
bctiundat .Mrs. Folger's. ". 153 South lac
torystrret. All persons knowiiK themselves Indebted to
chliidler.tloles will pleisecall and eltl;
and all persons havinc cl ums aitalnst schln
dler. Coles .1 Iteunelt will present them at
once for pajment
December li. IMT. 293t-Wa
i navraL raaioss.
Rooms SAC. Mltetiell Blosk.
3. X. Cor. Main and Market Bta.
HH. UMHOCKLK, M and 57 Accade. Prist
er. Knzraver aad Fasalonable Stationer.
Wedding r'Wli and salllnc eards a apoHaltT.
W. T, POUOL sSISHOK. tn original and
only Hind sewed Welt $1 Shoe In the world,
eouals custom made, hand sewed shoes that
cost from W to it
W. 1. DOUGLAS
Th only S3 SKAMLES8
BOO IB in wonii, wi
oai wcKi or iu.ii.
nuMt Cavlf. wrlect 1
ad wuTaDtd. Coojcrm,
Rnllnn avrvil I assmi sail X.T
KT1MIOC. ai iriisa 03
ii tiartvble m uioe
mU ww the Vf
v. imiMiijIS 2JU SHOE H nnex-
celKsl for lieasy wfar. It not aold by yoor dealat
writ W. L.DOCOLAS, Bracktati. Maes.
sfo, t Kaat Main Nlroet. SprUiflld, O
A ROYAL EXCURSION
TO CAL FORNIA
VULoulsvttlo and Xishvlllc and Siuthern
t'acltlc K.K Co "s vlillr.ive Cincinnati. Tues
day. llec 27 lsT. with I'ullmin's l'alace.
Uutlct.Meepinl'sis. runninKthr uh to Cal
IfornUpoluts aithoiit chance Tickets sold
dally at lowest rates Fur spice lu sleepers,
rates, map. tim crd. tc, address H.
Hosstr.-, T V AsU Medlni. 0. or 8.
IMIIKKK. II. P. AKt .Cincinnati. 0.
antocd P"'?s5Ss. WOULD I
ly aecui-svte aved absjo- TSlgC
lulclr wAf Mid ta tUl kalkw
CUBaTs. f flaejSJOf .HJt If&RX. VawawawawawawawawaftaW
itaVllcrj- llHhtlar -! 'I etmt RI B
flr. rr.l f.r llla.tratrsl Cstalac. m
Matrlla Fire ArM C., w llaTS,Ct-
Usual discount to nUIOHTI
trade. I)t,ea.A ami klntlred allmenta
WM. X. 1.IVDI.ET JL CO..
(IS Kas Halle Slreirl, thlcaca. Hi
For sale b Iril. ()en A Co., Whole
sale Dmireists, Chicago.
. Irrsaxt fine at KestorW
BKArrftN'-sT U1SAES. OnfyMurt
run fir Atrf .1f7ertt Ftft. aSFV. ate.
llrtFALLICLKif Ultra s (Lrrctel. , J-tlt mf
mjlrtldrw't i Tceitiio acU $ trial hc-ttlo fre to
II iipatietirs inej pYiaxewtmtnrzrQiDrn wxsrsi
arf1irtw.toI)it kLlNKi Atxh St.rTtiUdelPhia Tm.
UrxiCr.i. BBU'ARE OF IMITATING FlUtVO
okv Tka Ceeat KaflUk rraarrtytta.
4m Cures roknru, Sptrmatorr4a.
W t4 Smifiont. imnofeaeuandall Dis-
af!iy eases caursd by self abtuss or ln-
Snawk MaeeaMnn.Onnnaekavoai.Blr ts.4
. . . T r-.l -w-TT
li ur mall, write ror rampniet. lunnj
M CBMaaleaJ Co., BearwM, Mteav.
Call o i oraddrras Tka. TraaptMractlsr,
asrjssr jafoand Harksl strwsis. Batisrtwl
1 'S aW
W -"- sssssssssssf "IWm
jr ,o BK m
aT VS, . . r,nlStViitt?EoSSSSW
W R0YAL(iaai Jk
This powder ntvet wrles A marvel of pu
rity, strength sd4 wholesonieDeits. Atoreeeo
numleal than the ordtn.irr kind, and cannot
be sold In competition with the multitude of
low test, short wefirht. alum or ptiosphate
Iiowders .ol(t only In cam Hoyal Hahisu
oaptiCu , l(si W all street. New lork.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
I'lll.lnlri;, Clnrlnnntl mxl St. I onla Hull
vsit ColiiirtM) I'iiii llomlle Horn.
Under scluslule In effect Noveiiibvr It.
IMT, trains leave biirliuriield. cenlr.il stand-
ar.i time, lor Aenta. ILiyton. Illcliuintiil.
bt. Louu, Chicago, ai d all Miiuts vvest and
liorthw (5t, tinclunali, Columliu-aiiil east
ward d.'U a. ui., tor Xt-ina, lUvtoti, ltkli
mood and Iniliannills loriO a. nt., for
Xenia, Da) ton, Cincinnati, Columbus, In
ilianaptilis. St. Iiuis ami CIiIcsko ;;."0 p.
at., for i.'enu, l)aton and C'iticiiiuatl f.s.00
Trains arrive in Springfield at jTri'i and
10.SO a. in., l-'.tt) v- ni- and .":. p. in.
Mlail). f I .i i 1 j except buiula.
m Dunn-, Ticket Agent.
Oiaralanrl, CotoruLua, Ulnelnnatl east
1 Nllht Kxprets
12 New York A Uostou bspress-.
2 Cleveland A Eastern hxpress..
t Sew York Limited bipresa
s. ooina iocra.
9 Klrht Kxpresa
. 3 45 pm
- U PBl
7bPK.Ctu.A V.es.l,i - iiUOaa
I Lin. flying llurkrje 'i.bu
tt Cincinnati A IndUuspolls Eipresi.llXCam
S Cleveland 4 CluctaasMlUpress 1 IDtSj
31 ioutli A Wrsi fcxpiess t.iopiu
tClutl. ind..at. t-ouls A Kan. Ki ts
aRSlTC IHI.y k44T
Nlsht Express ISUaa.
1 v.lu.Hjlui:llucktje TiJain
3 Cleveian A ClncliiiiAtl Kxpiess lopru
ework.i:ostonACtiicliiiiatl tx Milpm
aaxivs rioa soctb.
t :Utht Sxpress-
IaytbU. pnugfieldAcsora.fr't-. Mun
l New York A Boston Limited .NJOam
34 Cincinnati A -pilDfield Accoin 1 40 pm
1 ciefcauc A steru r.ipross. .1.45 pm
a Ctnclnnatt A sprlnKfltitd Aceois sj 5 pm
II Mew York Limited Express- id 05 pre
flo.lJhaa throuehstiKperstoNew lorxanC
Boston without ebaiiKe.
ijo.tls tho famous United express, eorc-
fMd entirely of sleepers, east ol Cleveland
nrooKh sleepers truni Sirtnfleld. Makes
SewlcrktQ ju hours and boston in 2tM
... r.. iicket Axent,
D. B. MARTIN, Arcauulierot.
U. P. A. esriiurtlels.O
St. l-Penu. Ohlc m.d Trie Houlc.
All trains run on Central time 2S irlautw
slower than city time.
TUlSBLXaVS eillSO (19T.
So. 4. New York Limited, dilly 10 a. m,
J. Accoro .dally . iitv.B..
No. S t York last Kpri9S U.i)p. it.
No. 3. Cls.Abt. Lcnls Lx.. daily 2iO a. re.
1. Aecoia.,dally 10 10a.m.
" S. St. Louis Lx.. daily 3.15 p.m.
No. hat thrown sic,ir(a to i. iai o
4 runs thrcuch to ew oik solid. No change
of cars for any class ui passengers.
Free back to tratn to ail polsu east of, anc
IneludluE north LeHlstun;.
For tickets to all points and farther tntor
station. cxllon J.D.Phisjit.
Telephone call J10.
Indluun, ltloouilin;ton add VTstern Rail.
AREtVK lOV 50CTP.
1 Cincinnati Kxpress 1 CO a n
5 Sandusky and !-prtnc6eld Cv tlUan
i Columbus .Mail 4S0on-
JHKIV HC!t CAST.
1 Nkht Express
S Chicago. t. I-. A Kan. City Urn .
T Sandusky Mall
S Chicago. M. L. i. Kan. City Kx...
isitiTi rsua vxst.
2 Eastern Express
. i. to a n
. 10 r a u
. M 50 a n
. If. an
. l'j 5 a n.
Atlantic .Man ..-
a New tcra. Llmited -
DiralLT 00I.SC SOUTH.
1 Put-tn-Uay txpress
i bprincfield and sandusky fex
. DXrikT 00190 laST.
2 Columhus F.ipresi .
t Columbus Accom.noclltloa. 4dan
6 New York Limited iDSpm
nxraxT goiso xst.
1 Night Express-
s (!hTeairo. .-I. L. A Kan. City lira.
I Chicago, ot. L. A Kan. City Kx
Ohio boiitliern Railroad-
axsivc rxoa socth.
S Balnbrldge Accommodation..
1 Hall and Express
DiriXT ColSO SOUTH.
10 35 as
2 Mall and Express.
4 Balnbrldge A ccommodatlon 5 lu d n
All trains marked run daliy.all others dall
except Sunday. Mandard time, which Is '
D. II. ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
General Az ent.
THE BEST I EVER TRIED'
IS WHAT A BALTMCfaE MAI SATS OF
READ HIS TESTIMONIAL
BAX.TIXOKC MD aUareh 34, 14
"I h ben ttiffetvsT 4tcm
DTMvpf a tor ytwrs. I wu indued to
try Ajfvie. avud vftr acinic tta'ber of
butUM I am pcvpArfd to ij it 5 tbo b.-
rmifly I !. T irwa. biiu i ua
4TOOd maviiT. I t&ke tlw rrwata.t p!asaMU
BmTtviiiiaT 11 rii viirt-isrra.
Of Uw Chsvtv A. VopsW Gx
SI. FOR QUART BOTTLE.
JUk ytmr druggist or dtavUr fcr H tvad
SACHS-PRUDEN & CO.
I WML, AGENTS sKt
v STEAM WASHER.
i Totacnanrt vprsCBorea-
rl terra will be ffifwn.
iTbf W al.rtvuiksoa a dw
8amn!c mant on two
Wkm trial, on Itbernl terms, to bo r
twrnd at my f perse if not satf tract orv
TtrintlO nrft Stakftitr it 7EetHminAt sucCsMt
cnr,ihrt IIIiwtnit(Hl?irriianDj termtlrs-v,
rttt MKW MPARTURB OftUM
. ...d..lit. asavtan rfniiK.A Ptlna VsrsiM sUWl
lira uiau wmu imsiia w-.- n.a .
lUIUiUB aw lit;? stsii. u'ua
nsulMUativl ana ntna-oma.
IT.aAlnlhaKaaf tlavft.'sl SSTul
forcbutru. Unequal! for
a lone, inilwvs aui wiu
I flBlah and appemnnee. It
l..-. a-M.A jWi1as asksawal
nocairsk auiu twwiwi ss-m
Hoot kep tivm. write to
HCALV, tlsasjOt "
m iiiii rf Waat
WHITE SATIN SUSPENDERS,
SILK, SATIN AND CASHMERE
FANCY NICHT SHIRTS?
Furs, Robes, Gloves, Umbrellas, etc.
Know that many of the people ef Spriifli ftnjtt tt
call and purchase from their stock in tkt airly part ff
the season, such goods as would have natf tfetir feMNt
more attractive, but now that the Fall SeasM ia rlfM
on, and we have the cheapest anl prsttiett Mta avar
offered, come right along and see style aai rsatataayta
never dreamed of. We have
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The tet Red Cross Heating Stoves, and Catk Stavaa,
and Rangss, and in fact everything the bansakaaaar
needs. Chamber Snits so cheap and goad ; Parlor goada
way down and so nice for a little money. Den't wait,
but buy early and .enjoy the benefit of the best salactiaa.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM)
AND DEALER IN
GOODS St LO BY THE
N0S. 2ft AND 2S EAST HAI.V
R, P. WILLIS A SOff, 5
PLUMBERS, S i EAM i GAS FIHERS,
JO SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
liAS rlA.UKtS, SbWbK flft, rUMfb. m
CHAPMAN COAL C0MFNT
Far the best Hard Co I, J ckson Caal, Hackksf Caal
and Crushed Cake in the Market
rELEPDOXe IfiO AKO.xo. St KELLY'S ABCADE; TELEPHONE 1M 14,
O. S. Y.VKII; TKLEI'HUXE 170 1-2, PLUM STBEET Til.
J S .-aiaiyactax ....- u t
. -hi, iniiwi i
a HiriratP r? "2t?,:vr?"'
. Sit 1 Bd BT&T3 -r . - .l u t . - . . x K . ,, W
rtA' SEMINAL PASTILLES,
11 Afffdllfi- "l Meets' ff F TffVYrcT5 i3 nr4
.i;t aVBdhmvn d-wra ?ttt'tifti cjr-!tcf
.-"Mart faJSfaIr(i-CR; LhaadViTr-ssailaaltls.
To I So lrho wcCrr fr- 1 1 t?i nT ccc" c -wrn
r a4UM wt'b tftatift ot ynor tronh)v auil 9BCTtT
IturrURCD PCRSONS can hav FRta
Sapvrlor to all
rrult Sails and Minaral
itat- Tetter. Salt Rhrum. sourTT aiitl all lleaii arlalnL
trom a disordered condition ol tne stomach.
To sell ourrellab'e Xl'RSE RT STOCK. Trices
low. uneuuaiea aiiTaniaires. rrrmanruitm
plimnent. lALaltl ami K.XPEhKH ur
LlHKUAa. COMJUSSIOXS flli. Exper
ience not necessary. Write (or terms at once-
. nrhnl.r. X. Y. Established 1S3S.
navBovaL XTAWWXl aiw
aafiillr url noathlT or onr lOJM
slavdjea. AnSafe, EffcctuatamtFttattmt
Bsa csassa crarr u. ra, Vwnoat, arost
rwawMkyrraaatat. CaataaU aa A
INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS. -if
AND CUFF BOXES,
E & PUTNAM
PIECE OR PAHERM.
ST.. SPKINGFItLD, Oil.
raW?'-- IBS Si l.'-a I 1 1 "W
CSB3ar'!mptttt uai giTaaawBI
aaa raaawamaariaa awawaaawawHavaaav aw
TESIED 40 TEARS. BEST 1PEUI3T KM WB.
Pleasant to the taste. Coollaf BetresalafclBTlismlat HwX
EtFratrramn I d to all r tlistaw aa4 SwawawaV
rFE VESCIKO. InBrin nowdcr aatt aaavaaav
leeat. avDoat fait te as It.
rBlCK, M CKBTB.
Is now the rare la Aawia.Tu. Mr.ataaawav.
Nuiserymaa. Austin. Texas. Is Us la'
lie -ures srery uittt
tailed to cure. Orer Sot
Austin an bow oslas it
nis treatment anowtnc
lesiimoiuaw ox cons
WM. fXAOABVS, WCBaWX
H7 ASTXD-LADIBB tor ear Fan aava
If mas trade, to arte Haj.a.ila.B.1. sbb sat
their waaotnaw. II to jBBawdavsaakaejsr-'
eUymada. WorkaaatkyawaU aay dlawawssv
Paiflf !! risil Ml Isiss Aafaafeaaaawkw. aadl
saa aocawn bww 's
persoas ta aa4 sfifl -Stm
- ' ?it
e-c mm Of .4 aana"'
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