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REPUBLIO, THURSDAY EYTCNiyGl?DOEMBER 29 188T.
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Lumbago, Backache, Head
Sore Throat, Swellings, Frost
BRUISES, BURNS, SCALDS.
For Stablemen and Stockmen,
Th Greatest Remedy Known far Horse
and Cattle Diseases.
Chronic C- 40 Tesre Standing Cared
Crippled CiMt Tlirow Awiiy Cratches;
Cured 1'ermsue n 1 ly.
Chroale Canes At Om e Relieved t
Clironle Case Cured Without Relapse ;
'u Ilrtnrn of ruin.
CbroaJe Cases Cured : No l'atn In Many
Soli try DmcsuU and Deaitrt frnywAcr.
Te Charles A. VnrelerCo.. Hallo.. Md
Can only be preserved by keeping the
scalp clean, cool, and Ires from dan
draff, and the body In a healthful
condition. The great popularity of
Aver Hair Visor is dne to the fact
that it cleanses the scalp, promotes the
growth of the hair, prevents it from
falling out, and Rives it that soft and
silky gloss so essential to perfect beauty.
Frederick Hardy, of Itoxfcuty, Mass..
gentleman fifty years ot age, was fast
losing his hair, and what remained was
growing fray. After trying various
dressings with no effect, he commenced
the use cl Ayer's Hair Vigor. "It
stopped .he falling out," he writes:
"and, to zny great surprise, converted
my whit-; hair (wKhout staining the
scalp) to Vie tame thode of bruicn it
had when I Was 25 years of age."
Teu Years Younger.
Mrs. Vary Montgomery, of Boston,
writes: "For years, I s compelled
to wear a cress cap to conceal 3 baM
spot on the crown of ray head ; but new
I gladly lay tl e cap aside tot your Hair
Vigor is bringing out a aew growth. I
could hardly crust my senses when I
first found re hair growing ; but there
It Is, and X am teligbted. look ten
i similar resilt attended the use of
Ayer's Hair Vigor by Mrs. O. O. Pres
cott, of Charleatowc, Mass., Miss Bessie
II. Bedloe, of Burlington, Vt., Mrs. J.J.
Burton, oi Bangor, Me., and numerous
The loss ot hair may be owing to Im
purity of the blood or derangement of
the stomach and liver, iu which case,
a course of Ayer's Sarsaparilla or of
Ayer'r mis. iu cunnecrton with the
Vigor, may be necessary to give health
and tone to all the functions of the
body. At the same time, it cannot be
too strongly urged that none of these
remedies can do much good witlmut
a persevering trial and strict attention
to cleanly and temperate habits.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Prepared br Dr. J. C Aver & Co. LowclL
Bold by Drag gists sad Psrf timers.
AHE STILL TKIUMPHAKT!
For fifteen years they havesteadlly gained ta
favor, and with sales constantly Increasing
bate become the most popular corset through
out the United States.
I be i quality ts warranted to wear twiceas
Iocs as ordinary corsets. We bave lately In
troduced the J and K-U grades with extra long
waist, and wecanfurnlsh them when preferred.
Mr-hcst awards from all tiie world's great
fairs. The last medal received is for first de
gree ot merit. Irom the lite exposition held at
bile scores of patents have been found
wcithlcss.the principles ot the Ulove-Flttlnf.
nave proved invaluable.
Ketailers are authorlied to refund money.lt,
open examination, these corsets do not prove
rorsaleeverywhere. Catalogogttreeon ap
plication. THOMSON, LAXGD05 A CO., K. T.
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. jg-- si.-aisss' TaeMSjIM lmes
Oft hare I wakened at the break of day.
AH dim nd raag the lonjj familiar RTOund;
But soon 1 1 aw tbe mist RliJe iJow aw ay,
An J leaT tit? bills iq wonted trrvon array.
While from the Stream side and the ctotts
Roe many a pensive, day entreating iwund
And in th field young life began to play.
Will it be even no when flirt wo aVe
Ueyond the night in which ore merged all
The noul tleep heavy and forlorn will ache.
Deeming herseV mil alien sounds and sights ;
And then ilw gralual day with comfort break
Along the old deei of In-in?, tho old height?
lilith 5L Thomas in Cosmopolitan.
TIIE CRAZY SCOUT.
Bragg" nrmy wan nt Stevenson, Ala.,
for several dajs lefore falling back to1
Chattanooga and Lookout mountain. The
Army of the Tennessee was pressing tho
Confederates closelv, and it was neces
sary to preserve strong picket lmes nt nil
times, and keep the scouts constantly on
the lookout to avoid surprises.
The picket lines of Ilragg's nrmy ex
tended several miles, in order to watch
the different roads leading to Chatta
nooga. North of Stevenson was a ranga of
mountains known as 'Wnldcn's ridge.
which was covered with a dense growth
of oak and hickory. The country was
sparsely settled, there wcro few roads, or
vcn pathways, ana the heavily wooded
ravines and hillsides wcro wild nnd
rugged In the extreme. There were caves,
waterfalls, wild game in abundance, and
everything pertaining to a country re
mote from civilization.
To stand nil night on plskct dnty in
gome lonely ravine, where there was no
sound save the babbling of monntain
rivulets or the weird sighing of the winds
among the ticcs, was anything but pleas
ant. My company was among those detailed
for this duty, nnd the first night we were
stationed in n dark, gloomy ravine at the
foot of Walden's ridge. One'of the picket
posts was under a large oak tree at the
very darkest, most uninteresting spot on
the entire line. We went on iluty at 8
o'clock at night, and there would be no
relief until 6 o'clock the next morning.
A young man, brave nnd watchful and a
general favorite In the company, was as
signed to the post under the giant oak.
Tho night passed without Incident, but
when we wcro relieved next morning Pri
vate Thompson, the young man stationed
under the tree, was missing. His gun
was broken and lying near the tree, and
there wcro indications that a brief strug
gle had taken place, but nothing more to
tell his fate. There were no blood stains,
and his disappearance was a mystery.
Nothing else was talked of durin; the day
by the members of tho company, and
there was great anxiety to learn tho fate
of the brave young soldier.
The second night Private Bangh was
assigned to the post under the tree. He
laua lied at the mystery when left nlouc,
but his voire trembled slightly, and it
was apparent that he would have preferred
some other place in the line. Again the
night passed without any demonstration
in our front, but when we were relieved,
the face of every man in the company
turned a shade paler when it was kno.vu
that Raugh had also disappeared, leaving
bis gun behind. Here was a genuine
mystery, nud it attracted the attention of
the officers of the regiment, A squad was
detailed to examine the locality by day
light, but a careful search revealed noth
ing. The ofllrers decided that the mys
tery would not occur again, nnd the picket
line was formed for the third night.
When tho relief came on tho third morn
ing the man under the oak was ngaln
missing, and hU gun lying broken on the
ground. What was to bo done? Tho mys
tery mnst be solved in some way.
S.Tgt. Brown volunteered to take the
dreaded post on the fourth night nnd
promised to solve tho mystery. He was
a tall, well formed man, a giant iu
strength and a stranger to fear. Promptly
at o o clock that night he took his posi
tion under the old oak, whose branches
seemed to hang lower, as though they
would envelop the spot in till deeper
mystery. The men and officers of the
company felt confident of Sergt. Brown's
ability to penetrate the mystery, which
bad cost us three good men, and were
eager for morning to dawn. At last the
relief came, and every man's face blanched
when it was learned that Sergt. Brown
had disappeared. His gun was there,
bent end broken, and there were signs of
a desperate struggle between two or moro
men, but nothing to tell the story of his
Bushwhackers, Federal scouts, wild
animals, everything was suggested which
was believed possible to account for the
disappearance of the four men. The mat
ter soon became the one topic of conversa
tion in the army and by the officers of our
regiment it was reported to Gen. Bragg.
He ordered that five or more men be
stationed at this post with instructions to
remain perfectly quiet, keep a careful
lookout and discover if possible the fate
of the absent men.
I was one of the flvo detailed by our
captain for the duty. Wc stationed our
selves in a small circle within the shadow
of the oak, and stood like so many statues
during the lojig night. Once we heard a
noise like some man or beast creeping
through the dense undergrowth toward
us. The uoise stopped suddenly, a mo
ment Liter it was heard receding, nnd that
was alL When we were relieved the next
morning the mystery was as great as ever.
The captain ordered us on duty again the
following night, and wc then agreed upon
a different plan. One man was stationed
on the post, three of us climbed up among
the lower branches of the big oak tree,
while the fiflh man was stationed behind
a clump of bushes twenty yards away.
It was n bright starlight night and mov
ing objects could be discerned at a dis
tance of several paces.
Not a sound broke the stillness nntu
near midnight, when myself and com
panions in the tree distinctly heard the
sound of something moving stealthily to
ward the man standing beneath us. Once
we caught a glimpse of a giant form mov
ing slowly forward with almost noiseless
The decoy picket evidently had not
heard the uoise, as he remained motion
less. When within ten feet of the man
under the tree, the mysterious being sud
denly sprang forward with the agility of a
cat, and our comrade was borne to the
ground in an instant. Our first thought
was to leap to the ground and rescue him,
but wc determined to await developments
in the hope of learning the fate of the
three missing men.
Tho mysterious being waa a man, or
rather a giant, roughly clad and wearing
loug, unkempt beard nud hair He teemed
to bo unarmed, save his euormous
strength, but with a cord our comrade
wai bound and gagged before fie could
matt an outcry The giant, who bad ut
tered no word, then gave a grunt of satis
faction and lifting tho helpless soldier to
his shoulder started away at a rapid pace
Dropping to tho ground, we were joined
by the other member of our squad, nud
the fout'of us started in pursuit of the
mysterious stranger. Half a mile up tho
side of the mouutain th giant stopped,
trashed aside a small clump of bushes and
entered a ca e. We soou followed cau
tiously, for as vet he had not discovered
that we were following him. Alone a
narrow passageway a distance of luu
feet we walked in complete darkness
when, turning suddenly o tho left,
wo found ourselves at the door
of a large" rock chamber lighted
by a single tallow candle. On the
floor, bound hand and foot and gagged,
lay our missing companions, while their
captor std near the light rubbing his
hands, his face distorted with a horriblo
grin ot satisfaction. He discovered us at
the same instant that we covered him with
our muskets, and for several moments we
stood without uttering a wonl. One look
at the wld, bloodshot eyes of our captive
told us that he was a maniac, and we de
termined not to harm him. He made no
move, and white three of us kept him cov
ered with our guns, the other cut the
cords which bound our companions. Then
we annronched the wild eyed being, and.
after a long and desperate Btruerie, five of
us were able to bind hirasecif.tly. Our
1st captive comrades had all been cap
tared lit the saras ssanaar. br this mount
am giant, nnn nnri been lying bound in
his cave without food or drink.
Wo reached ramp with our prisoner
w u, yh. ,he jt
- i. - - vuauv nuiij u"
Next day Fome of tho pcoplo living In
tho no.p!iborhi0(l citno to camp nrnl
identified our enptivc. His name was
John Hope, ami liowas Kirn and reared
in the mountains of I-jist Tenne5ec.
When the war lro'c out he had n famllv
nnd llvctl in a ruilo lo cabin near the
Mimmit of AVnldcn'a rhlc. IScing loyal
to the Union he left homo to liecome a
trout in the Federal army. Afler one
year's absence ho returned to find that
several mcmliors of his family had been
murdered, the others driven from home
nnd his cabin burned to tho ground by
bushwhackers. Ho became a raving ma
niac nnd took up his abode In the cavo on
Wo fell iKick towards Chattanooga next
Jay nnd left our enptiro behind in chargo
of Mme of his former friends. A month
'o'er wo learned that ho nxm returned to
his cave and was shortly afterwards
killed iu n fight with his old enemy, tho
bushwhackers. V. I. Hawlcy in Atlanta,
ST0RIS OF DEPRAVED APPETITE.
Tteatts That Kat Oilil Thine" Stomach ol
the lllrnhant. Cow and Ofttrlch.
"It is truly astonishing what curiorj
things nre found in the stomachs ol
' elephants," mid Superintendent Couklin,
of tho Central Park menagerie, as lie rend
the story irom liriilgcport about the rind'
ing of an ivory idol nnd other curiosities
in the stomachs of the elephants that were
killed in the fire at Itanium's winter
quarters. "I doubt very much about the
idol licinc found, butnstothc knives, piece
of lead pipe nnd thu coins, that is quite
"I hail an elephant here, nnd when hi
died there was nt least 10 worth of coin!
found in his stomach. Some of the coins
were English pennies, threepenny pieces;
some were German coins nnd others were
the coins of various Kuropean countries,
and Chinese coins were also found.
"Another elephant we had here was
crazy for hats. Tiie lioys had great fun
throwing each other's hats into the in
closurc. The elephant would just put out
his trunk and in a twinkling the hat was
gone. One day a gentleman's silk hat
blew off. The elephant picked it up nnd
disposed of it as quickly as he did of the
straw hats of the children.
"It seems that the cUplisoe'a. jVasdi
will take anything. Anything but metal
seems to pass away without causing tae
animal any pain, but it appears that tl.a
gastric juices ouV tend to oxjdlzc coin
and the like, nnd they remain in the beast's
stomach nntil death.
'Cows nre the only other animals that
hnvca fancy for disposing of foreign sub
stances. All other animals reject any
foreign substance that may pass down the
"I should jndge the elephant's tasting
powers nre limited, becauso he gobbles up
everything that U offered him.
"The ostrich is just about ns careless of
whet he swallows as the elephant. He
takes in anything ho can catch, and more
curious things have been found in the
sto-nach of the biped than that of the
Charles Iteiche, the dealer in animals,
not only corroborated Mr. Conkliu's ex
periences, but related some of his own
experiences in that line. "Once we had
nil elephant," he said, "that took patt in
the first PlattdctiUchcr Volksf est ever held
in this city. Out nt the park wc had the
animal on exhibition. A lady held out
her iiocketlnxik, and the elephant took it
in his trunk, and before tho woman could
realize what a foolish thing she had dono
tli2 purse was safely stowed away under
tie ribs of the big brute. I had to give
ucr twenty-five cents to go home with.
"If a man held out n loaded pistol that
elephant would have swallowed it. An
other time one of the kccjicrs left his
lunch for a second, and laid his open jack
knife on the top. I.unch, cloth, jack
knife ami everything else at once disap
peared down the elephant's throat, nnd
lie never s.-emcd to suffer from it. Ele
phants must have armor plated stomachs,
for they take ia everything from a lady's
hairpin to a wooden image."
"Then you believe the sacred elephant
swalljwed the idol as reported."
"I certainly do. The sacred elephant
wovld just as soon pick up a stray god as
ho would u banana or orange." New
EnglUh rather and Spanish Mother.
An English father has light hair and
jlue eyes; a Spanish mother black locks,
in iris dark as night, and a full, olive
colored southern complexion. Clearly the
children may difUr indefinitely in nppcar
tnce, tome with dark eyes, some with
ightcr; some as men may grow dark
Brown beards, and some may have black
whiskers and hazel eyes and clear, half
Spanish, dusky skin. One may have
wavy hair like the mother, yet almost ns
light in hue as the father's; another may
have it rather straight, but dark. Simi
larly, too, with the features. The fore
head and chin may resemble the father,
nnd nose and mouth may rather approxi
mate to the maternal pattern.
So, at least, wc often say In onr folly;
but, in reality, when we come to examine
closely we sec that no single feature even
owes everything absolutely to one parent
only. Those dark eyes may indeed bo
Spanish in color, with n gleam of bull
fighting in their cruel depths; but they
ar set in the head after an English pat
tci i and have nn English solidity of Phil
istine hardness. That pretty little nose
m..y have much of the father in the bridge
and the tip, but don't you catch faint
hints of the mother, too, in the quivering
n'jstril and the expanded wings? The
chin recalls an Andaluslan type, to be
eurc, but the tiny fold of flesh beneath
foreshadow s the fat, double crease of later
life, derived from that old, burly, Lincoln
shire grandfather. And so ou through
out, Ccrnhill Magazine.
Indian Student Making- Mule.
One of the Irrepressible Indian hoy stu
dents was discovered the other evening,
sitting at the organ "playing by note"
most carefully and, under the circum
stances, probably correctly. He seemed
so intent upon his "notes" that the
teacher's attention was drawn to them.
To her great amusement she found ho had
standing on the music rack before him a
large, square pieceof corn brea 1, cut open
Iwtween the crusts, opened like a book,
with beans arranged in irregular lines
along the soft inside, somewhat after the
manner of notes on a staff, and it was
from this extraordinary book that he was
"making music" to tho words of "Wuy
Down Cpon tho Suwaneo River."
Hampton School Kccord.
The Kleetric Scarf Tin.
The electric "star scarf pin nnd pocket
battery" is a device that is rapidly becom
ing popular. The battery, which is made
to fit the pocVet, is four inches long by
four inches wide and three-quarters of an
inch deep, and is connected with the scarf
pin, which resembles a diamond cluster,
by means of a very fine silk covered wire.
By compressing the lid of the battery Ikii
n spark is produced that rivals in bril
liancy the llash of the Durest diamonds.
These pocket batteries havo been used in
the ballets h soma of .he theatres with
dazzling effect. Newr York Press.
Card of Thanks.
If the nrom-ietor of Kemp's Balsam
should publish a card of thanks, containing
etDressions of gratitude which come to him
dally, from those who nave oeen curea oi
severe throat and lung troubles by the use
of Kemp's Balsam, it would fill a fair sized
bojk. How much better to Invite all to
call on T. J. Casper, druggist, 41 east Main
street, and get a free sample bottle, that
you may test for yourself its power I Jtrge
bottles 50c and 81.00.
Scientific tests In Hungary show that com
will produce the largest yield of milk,
while sorghum produces milk of the richest
Aching sides, is me back, sore chest or
weaknesses are cored for 25 cents. Apply
a ilop Plaster.
An official return shows that there are
upward of 30.000 temenent houses in New
York City. There are probably 10,000
more in Brooklyn. "'
SJfflall) I "I
Th Giratent Care on Earth for rin." Will
IvUeve nvor quickir thq anr ottwr known rem-
-. aiiT KrieufAATism. Mnni2'iA-
nwrmnffs, pun jtrt-K, rroii!, f
Harm, fVftJdt. CuM, I,amt-M
pX llenrUT. Bar, FtwC bit,
HArkftrbe, Ouinur, Son Tbmt,
hcUtlca. Viouiulu, HetuUclia,
Toothache, Ppntion, ttc Ilire
Ortx bctU. void by all
rdnjjmirtc. OMition. Tim trra-
sSJSki salvation Oil twn our
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fgtMtmll arirnitnm. A. C. Mrrvr ft Cx, Bole
lYeprteto n, ValllmoTV, Mi, V. 8. A.
Pr. Oo.t Coach Pvrop will rare your
Coach toac. l'tic oalv 33 CU. bottle
You cannot afford to waste time In ex
perimenting when your lungs are in danger.
Consumption always seems at first, only a
cold. Do not permit any dealer to Impose
upon you with some cheap imitation ot nr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, but be sure you get the
genuine. Hecause he can make moro profit
he may tell you he has something just as
good, or just the same. Don't be deceived,
but Insist noon eettineDr. King's New Dis
covery, which is guaranteed to give relief
n all throat. lung and chest atiertions.
Trial bottles free at Charles Ludlow & Co.'s
Ssved His Lire.
Mr. I). I. Wilcoxson. of Horse Cavf. Ky.,
says he was, for many years, badly afflicted
w th Dhthls c also diabetes: the pains were
almost unendurable ami would sometimes
almost tlirow him into convulsions. He
tried Electric Bitters and gut relief from the
first bottle, and after taking six Dottles was
entirely cured, and had gained In flesh
eighteen pounds. Says he positively be
lieves he would have died had it not been
for the relief affordid by Electric Bitters.
Sold at fifty cents a bottle by Charles Lud
low & Co.
The Best Salvk In the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sjres. Ulcers. Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, ana positively
eures Piles, or no pay required. It ri guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
Cnm. nf Ilia VAitnir MWlili nf PflllYI. 111..
had a candy-pulling the other eiening. and
ever body was having a jolly' time until
au.tiii.nli tliA hnn cut slinned from a shelf
above the stove and fell into the boiling
molasses. It put sucn a uamper on me en
tertainment that the party soon broke up.
The cat died.
.v taillo with any Throat cr
jV V T.nnr'n;JflSlV I f VOT1 ll&TA
. aV..1. .. fTA'i) i !.. .lilMwn SrA
Use. ACJkCra JUIJJIUU mcujvuj uu iav.u.
further trouble. It is a nositivo cure.
and wa fuuantee It. Tries 10 anu SOc
Frank 11. Coblentz. corner Market and
Mr. James Ilonp's little son of Knupville,
G.v, had been deaf for several j ears, ami
a physician who treated him was unable to
afford relief. The other day. while Mrs.
Roup was washing the boy s face, she
nulled out from his ear a blade of straw
two inches long. His deafness has since
Scrofulous humors, erysipelas, 'ranker
and catarrh, can be cured by taking Ayer's
Sarsaparilla. "I have used this medicine
In mv family for scrofula, and Know, it
taken persistently, it will eradicate this ter
rible disease." W. F. Fowler, M. D.,
Presence of uiiud Spetlbercer who
came in late Christmas and forgot the stock
ing business) ot I ged you, mine ieedie
sohn? Ha! I gif you dot nise drompet you
haf dalg sooch goot care out since uer iasu
Grlsdmas. You pe a goot poy dls year, unt
you ged him again nexd jears!
A Valuable Metliral Treatise.
The edition for 1SSS of the sterling med
ical annual, known as Uostetter's Almanac
Is now ready, and may be obtained, free of
cost, of druggists and general country deal
ers In all parts of the United States, Mexi-
ico. and indeed In every civilized portion
of the Western Hemisphere. This Alma
nac has been issued regularly at the com
menremeutof every year for over one
fourth of a century. It combines, with
the soundest practical advice for the pre
servation and restoration of health, a large
amount of interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical cal
culations, chronological items, Jcc. are pre-
Dared with great care, and will be lounci
entirely accurate. The issue of Uostetter's
Almanac for 1883 will probably be the
largest edition of a medical work ever pub
lished in any country. The proprietors.
Messrs. Hostetter & Co.. I'iltsburg. ra., on
on receipt of a two-cent stamp, will for
ward a copy by mail to any person who
cannot procure one in his neighborhood.
Mrs. Monnie Moore, a Kansas poetess.
makes "kiss me quick" rhyme with "arith
metic" That is what may be termed poetic
-.-.. would enjoy your dinner
T' and. are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, Iu
digestion, FletaLncy and Constipation.
We guarante them. 25 and 00 cents.
Frank Ii. Coblentz, corner Market anc
It will take $1,200,030 to make theMetli
odlst hospital at Brooklyn.forlhe establish
ment of which G. I Seney gave 5410.000,
and which was recently opened, a success.
John Henry pleaded with Annella.
And all his passion tried to leu Her.
She said, "John II . your words jou waste.
our teeth betray a want of taste.
Your breath offends me. so I say.
Use SOZODONT or stay away."
To Neutralise OrtVimivrnrss
in many forms we use disinfecting agents.
Impure breath, caused by bad teeth, to
bacco, spirits or catarrh. Is neutralized by
SOZODONT. 'Tisa healthful beaulifier,
and a great luxury as a dentifrice. The re
pulsive breath is by its use rendered a
f racrant as a rose, and coldness by friends or
lovers will be no longer noticed.
"Spaidixo's Glvk" mends everything.
Bachelor B Why, Mary, that's a very
small egg! Mary Yes, sir, it is; but It was
only laid this morning, sir.
fWaV and reliable Mediclncn are tbebest
VJVVX todeDendurion. Acker's Blood EI-
lxlr has been prescribed for years for all 1m.
ulons. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it Is
Frank 11. Coblentz, comer Market and
fy ALL HKABTSfM
gLV aie CArnva to yVa
rjf BEAunnn. woman. A
W A USUS.crat.hlUrUlBUMiB.ndl- IS. V
1 JEA uiOt WMtifU. OiAinplln'e .tW
Brk Uqeja Pearl u u. Ii BW
m SA j,, . ,wyM s Bv
J kiMU, y4nn.nW
norcm on tiltt
Why suffer llle? Immediate relief and com.
nlcte cure guaranteed. Ask for "Rough on
l'dcs." Surccurcforltching, protruding, bleeiV
Ing.oranyfonnof Piles. fiOc. AtDrupglsUor
mailed. Ei &. Wells, Jersey City, N'. J.
Wells' "ncal th l!euc cr" restores health and
vicor. cures Drtnetvia. Impotence. Nervous
Debility. For WeakMen, Delicate Women, fl.
WET.T.S' HAIR IIAT.8AM.
If gray, restores to original color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Iteetorative. Stops hairconv
lag out; strengthens, cleanses, heals scalp. COc
It takes two months to prepare for Christ
inas and tlirif to recover from it; but we
must remember that there are seven months
in tlm year which are. arranged for solid
LOCAL NOTICES. I
Advice to Mothers.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, forchil
dr n teething. Is the prescription of one of
' tho bet female nurses and physicians in
the United Mates, nnd has been used for
jesrs with never-falling 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 25c a bottle.
I had a seu-re attack of catarrh, and be
came so deaf 1 could not hear common con
versation. I suffered teirlbly from roaring
In my head. I procured a bottle of Ely's
Cream Halm, and in three weeks could
hear as well as I ever could and now I can
say to all who are afflicted with the worst
of diseases, catarrh, take one bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm and bo cured. II is
worth SI. 000 to any man, woman or child
suffering from cabirrh. A. E. Newman,
A Kisn .xi Gkxkuous Deed.
liev. A. Barber, snperanuate member of
St. Louis Cotif. M. E. churrli. writes from
Moran , Kansas: "This recommendation
is written without solicitation from any.
one; but 1 owe it to those similarly afilicted
to say that by the ue of the Shaker Ex
tract of Hoots (Siegel's Syrup) I was cured
of an obstinate nud almost fatal indiges
tion both stomach and lier being com
pletely tornid. I was reduced to a livlnir
skeleton. Friends, family and physician
had given me up. 1 was keeping the spark
of life allw with a diet of raw eggs and
milk. Now both stomach and liver are
performing their functions. 1 have many
friends in Western Ohio, N. E. Iowa and
S. W. Mo. who would like to know Jhls.
The Honest Shakkiu although he does
not boast of his purity, alwajs makes
kikkIs that can he relied upon; for instance,
his Shaker Ettract of Boots (Siegel's
S nip) is really a valuable article. It i9
not recommended as a cure-all, but as a
remedy for one single disease, viz: Indi
gestion, in which disease it works like a
charm. The Shaker Tar Caspus cute
"MAY GOD BLESS YOU!"
A llft.tiin rtrr Ili.iiu.rV Trouble and
How He Cut Outiif It Pin In Words
from ttie Sunny South.
When we arc in trouble we cry for help.
When e nre relieved we often forget to be
thankful. Hut nut always. Mr.W. W.HrllSn,
ot Trott Creek, St. Clair county, Ala .writes?
"I hart a bad attack of chills and fever. My
svstem was full of malaris. For two years I
was tcareely able to work at all. riouie times
tny heart would palnltate for two hours at a
time. .Myless would net cold to the knees,
and I fully expected to die. In September,
13J1. 1 bought a bottle nt Miatcer Kxtract of
Koots, or Selgel's Curative Sirup, of your
aeent. Mr. II M. Klne. and before I had taken
tt first bottle I felt better, aad in a short
ttaiewasabletORoti work. May Uod bless
you for the cood you have doae."
Mr. in. J. McCanu. 99 Itacdall street. Bos
ton. writes: "Six months aco I began to
throft up my food after eatlns. I thought I
was goliig luto consumption. I soon began
to bave pain In the ctiest. stomach and sides.
I got little sleep and woke all tired out. I
once lost five pounds In four days. I began
using Shaker Extract of Roots, or Selgel's
Syrup, and when I had finished tbe sixth bot
tle I could eat three square meals a day and
gj to sleep the minute I struck the bed. I am
a paper-hanger by trade, and have worked
every day sines I took the s'cand bottle, and
gained eighteen pounds. I ouiht to be thank
ful, and 1 am."
This remedy opensall the natural passages
of the body, expels the poison from tbe blood
and enables nature to rebuild what disease
Shaker Kxtract ot Roots, or Selgel's Syrup.
Is sold by all druzglsts. or send to the propri
etor. A. J. White, 51 Warren St.. New York.
Vllays l'jla and
In fl mi mil! in,
Urals the Sores,
Kestorrs Hie j
nnd Smell. LL-.
nn- the cck&HAY-EEVEB
A particle is applied tntoeaeh nostril and !
?reeible. I'rlce 0 cents at Druggists; by
mil. resistered. t cts. ELY RKiis.. Ding
jists. Ctttreeuuichbt.. New York.
To enre cost tt en cwh the tiled trine ranat
beinnrelliuii n purKHllie. To be per
manent. It luust contain
Tonic, Alterative and
Tnt.P.IUHMe the4i"l-tlc In
uu etnlneut decree, nutf
to the bowel their nalnal perlslatllo
motion, m eeseutlnl to resrularltjr.
Backache, Khcriiiiatlaii, Clicks Spraini.IfraTtvl.
CU. SUtctus, Sciatica, Lame Side or Hip. Kidney
Affbctions, Be Cbetorpala toanar Prt-wo-"
or deeiveatocL quicker co when HcP!ter
la applied. Prepared from Burpunay Pitch,
Ilopa. Acta instantly, cure quickly. The great
eit itrengtiieni mt piaster erer known. All ready
to apply. Sold by draggt and ootrntryatorea.
S5Cta., Qiorai.w. aumi wrpncp. mycum
tors, hop PXJUsrjcsU w, ix-kod.
It. OOJf VKKHK,
I DISTIL ritLOBS,
Rooms 6 4 . Mitchell Block.
S. X. Cor. Main aud Market BU.
uvea or icniio tssti oarm
Hb. LIMHOCKEK, ,V and 57 Arcade. Prtat
.er. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer.
WedalnKKtods and calling cards a soeetalte.
ATIH find jun what ihey need A FULL LINE
OF INSTALMENT GOODS win uly to
fce INSTALMENTTRAOE. by adiroBln,
uosixs-nt UhutR" burrLV Co. Erie. Fa.
car. UMBMit. f West.
M ftn jtbl.l . rnlesll' ".- ,
Mk all private dlMn Mat rree. (w)
r.rnlr reliable. JfeaeV saerleaea.
TrnV-U. It. Law Mea. tS.-. Wlassaa. Caaa.
U!.'flV..X 'SW -m
W royal i:sr.t jk
This powder never v.irles. A mirvelof pu
rity, streiiKlh and wholesomeDess. .More eco
nomical tliau the ordinary kind, and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude ot
low test, shiirt neictit, alum or phosphate
Powders. Sold only in cans. KnviL IIakoo
OwBittCo.,10i3 Wall street. Xew Yorfc.
PURSUANT to the command of a vendl ex
ponus. issued from the court ot common
pleas of Clark county. Ohio, and to me direct
edauddelitered.l will "Iter for sale at public
auction at the. south door of the court house
ot said cuuuty. In the city ol prinsfleld.Ulilo,
Saturday, liecnulx-r .11, A. O. 18X7,
Atl o'clock p m.. tho following described
As th nronertv of James Fltz Harris.
situate In the County ot Clark, State nt Ohio.
anu la tne City ol prlnenela. and bounded
and described as !ollo,iz: Heine lots Xos.
401:! and 1011. as the same nre numbered and
designated on the plat o Edwarditvllle ."o. 1.
as laid out in addition to said city of Sprinc-
neni. iy MUaDein i,. .ic.Nany and J.riarK
McNally, which plat is recorded In vol line i
pace 50. of the record ot Dlats ol Clark
county, Ohio. &11 above premises to Im; sold
by order of the court of common pleas of Clark
county, Ohio. In the cise of Alfred Kaffenv
perger. plaintiff. and .lames Ftlz llarriset al.,
ate defendants. S.ild premises appraised as
Lot 1(41. at J3J0.
Terms uX Sale Cash.
WILLIAM n. DAKKR.
Sherlrf ot Clark County, Ohio.
0. II.Troct. Attorney. 3S3o
" tice to Contractor!).
SEALKD PROPOSALS !!t be received at the
office of the city clerk of the city ot Spring
field, Ohio, for doing the excavation for the
cellar of the market house and city buildings
on the space from Market space to Center
street, between High and Washington streets,
according to the plans and specifications
therefor adopted by and on file In the city en
ginecr's uHlce. the material taken therefrom
to be placed al such points as may bedeslg.
nated by the committee on public buildings of
the city council.
All proposals must be signed by the full name
of all persons interested luthesamcand shall
also be signed by some responsible disinter
ested person as a guarantee that a contract
rill be entered Into, provided said bid Is ac
cepted, and must be on file with theclty clerk
on or before Saturday, the 11th day ot January.
1SS7. attwelte o'clock noon, to be opened and
publicly read Immediately after U o'clock of
s.ild day, in the presence of the mayor, ctt
engineer, assistant citv engineer and city
clerk, or any to of them, and report to coun
cil at the next regular meeting thereafter.
Thecitycouncllreserves the right to reject
any or all bids for any reason they may deem
Ily order of council
SUbs J. fc. SlIEWALTnn. City Cterk.
Or the l.linnr llnbil. I'osiiively Cared
r Adnilnlsierinc Or. JIalaee
It can be given In a cup ot coffee or tea
witnout tne knowledge oi tne person lakin
It; la absolutely harmless, and win effect a
permanent and speedy cure, whether tbe pa
tient is a moderate unnxer or an aiconoiic
wreck. Thousands ot drunkards have been
made temperate men who hue taken lioldeD
Specific In their coffee without their knowl
edge. and todav believe thev auitdrlnklneol
their own free will. It never falls. The sys
tem once impregnated wun tne pecinc, u
Becomes an utter impossibility for tne liquor
annetlte to exist. K.crsale bv Ir. T. J. Caa-
pr. least Main street, and Theo. Troupe.
wain ana .warkeisrreeis.springneia.u.
A list of -IXO newspapers divided Into
STATUS AND SKC1IO.NS will be sent on
To those who want their advertising to pay.
we can offer no better medium tor thorough
and effectue work than the various sections
ot our Select Local is-.
GEO. P. ROWELL ft CO.,
Newspaper Advertising Ilnrrau.
10 spruce street. New York
$6 a Day--A Gold Mine
For Agents. Grandest Money .Making nu.l
ne ever ofiered. A golden harvest for the
next Two Months. S7.1 rVr .ttunthaud ex
penses to active men to sell our goods. An
Capital Krquiri-il. s,'o peddling. Sample
case ot goods and valuable Information and
full particulars FKKK. ' liumbug; we
mean just what we say. Address at once
slmntlartl silverware Co.. Motion, Mas.
tusi discount to nKiuirra
ttsde. r.ea.e and kindred sllmenla
WM. X. I.INDI.ET Jt CO.,
ClSLnSJalle StrceC. Chleac. H
For sale by Iinl. Owen fc Co.,
sale Dnisgist. Chicago.
Tosell our rellab,eNUK'KKV STOCK. Price?
low. Unequaled advantaces. Permanenttm
plovment. 'Al.AUl .! fc.l-KNi: r
UULIUi. cuMMlssioxs-tAlU. Exper
ience not necessary Write for terms at once.
It.M-I.e.irr. X. v. Established 1S3S.
TMK WASHBURN AMERICAN OUITARSj
Ilstl tssjltliellf ttbMUUt
mctKaJs. WtaTatakJitUs4bi t1ritt. Ak stiii
IWtb-m. IllwirkitNl Citaiorshf auIWtrM bj tU U-.rtafv.
LYOtt A HEALY. 101 Stat St.. ChldttftO.
Suffering from any of the results ot youthful
Indiscretions or abuses, resulting in Seminal
Weakness. Impotency, Lost Manhood. etc. If
SO. SAMVr.K'M r.ltlt M-r.cIFIC will
Core you. Used and recommended by a large
number of specialists I n diseases ot the genital
organs. The price for t boxes, which Is suffi
cient for any case. Is 55, at druggists or bT
mail, nampie Uui Kree. II.U.sWYER
CO.. Box 1117. Philadelphia. Pa. eod3mo
fnArrlnf from MM,,
mi or I- lis
GREAT 0IAK8TU!, TtCRATJIKlCT.
HW-aLrsi aMMi (. Shoililne md by FUlMta
Ih. h-M u
er RepWa with .nfhnntloa of rJn to all men.
MICROBE KILLER !
Is now the rage In Austin, Tex. Mr. Kiitain,
Nuiseryman. Austin, Texas. Is the Inventor,
lie Cures Every Disease that doctors bave
failed to cure. Over OCO persons in and around
Austin are now using it fend tor circular ot
his treatment snowing sworn statements ana
testimonials oi cures made. Address
Ita. MADAM'S, .M1CKOIIE KILLER,
WANTED-L A DI ES f or our Kail and Christ
mas trade, to take ilitbt, pleasant work at
their own homes. 11 to M per dav can be jul-
etlymaue. nor sent oy mail any distance
Particulars free. No canvassing. Address at
onee.CREJCE.VT ART t'., 147 Milk Street.
Boston. .Mass. nox M.u.
IVa 6r- tBIU, lrMfrt.
Cur-M p) coxites. Spermatorrhea,.
EwiUriont, 7MiofcncvaDd&U Dia-
ibiih rnmtr! br Aelf-abua or la-
dlBCiTUoii. One nacka,r $1, six a"n-BBB
i) Brniaii. write lor J"mpOrt, If-rnj
bbUCKI .'0.f VTXH Wit
Call on oraddress The. Troaosraswlsr.
nuuaana auzxei ssrana, opnasnaw
Dr.!Alberts next visit to Springfield, Wednesday, January 25,-
at the Lagonda House.
S.nerio, StreEt, next to
Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood btooses
Surccsrfullr treated upon
The Latest Scientific Principles:
a attained tbe moot wonderful
auccrs 111 the treatment C the
ease to vs;lilctx be tlcvoten bis
pedal attention, and tliroash
years of patient labor and rt
scarcn be has dl-covercd the
most Infallible method ofcurius
ceneral wialum, Involuntary
nesa, eonlaslan of Ideas, palpit
ation of the heart, timidity,
diseases of tbe throat, now and
kin, affection of the liver,
tomach and bowels tlie.c ter
rible dlaordera that make lire a
miserable existence and reniler
tsxsr aaaTTiase toipoealble.
Married persona oryonazrnen
centemplatlnc marriage, aware
of Physical Weakne.e or enF
otber dlequallllratlona apeedllr
relieved. He wboplaeeahlme
sxoder tbe care of Dlt. ALflEnT
may confide In his honor a n
Kentletnan. and confidently rely
upon bla skill a a physician.
o..f..,.j :. .1.1
soiin-ini iu u..
xpresa, bat when possible penonal eopnit.sti(-i
CCBABIE CASES eiABiTEED.
Address with Postage,
nsse and rorrespondrnre Sacredly
DCUIDVIDI C PIIQCC Perfected in oil cases which tare rx
ntMAnKKDLt bUnLO treated. No.exrenmcnuor failures.
te any part of tbe United Slate.
R. P. WILLIS & SON, "
PLUMBERS, SiEI GAS FITTERS,
2G SOUTH LI3IEST0XE ST.
GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS.
PETROLEUM V. NASBY
Says, "Intimit acquaintance 'w;lh a Iru
fiientl alwajs increases our rcsiilt lur
This is tiie reason why Synviia Illoeks
coiiliiiue ti male friends as tl'eir virlues
become better known. Clergyiiien, ublie
5eake!.s ami iKsiple ill all tiie aveui'es of
life are a unit iu their praise of that on
Oerful new remedy. Synita (Tonh IIIocUs.
They are warranted to oiiifCoiigiis. t'otils.
ISroiichitis, Hoarseness, 'ru-kliiic in tiie
Throat. Sote 'Iliroat and Croup: i"do-es.
2.V. Iliuiilrtds hrartestiiiHiuy to the !
matkahly elites if Diarrhtea. Dy-entery,
Kluv. Cholera luraiitiim. or .Summer Coui
plaiut and Cholera Morbus effected by
S.Mivita Blackberry Mocks 2T doses, 2.V.
We have stacks of testimonials fioin
inotliers. who. after dosiui; their children
with strong medicines for other supposed
diseases, have completely cured them by
using Synvita Worm Ulocks ; S.'Sdo-es.c
Alter you bave tried all the hhrh-priced
bottle remedies and have found no relief,
buy a paekatre of Synvita jEulney. lilood
and Liver Blocks and be cured: SO does
50c If jou want the tinest touic Bittersin
the market, buy a tiack'age of Synvita Bit
ter Blocks for 'i"c, and make l to 1 gallon
pure tonic hitters.
All these remedies only lc a dose. "o
box, no teaspoon, no sticky bottle. Tut up
iu patent packaces. Warranted to cure or
money aefuuded. Sold by druggists every
where. Get a checker board ol onr dealer
free. Send jour address on a polal card
for a copy of "The Symita Block." nlnch
contains a history ot diseases and ciires. or
send lc stamp for sample ot Cough Block
and a copy of The Synvita Block. Address,
Tiie Synvita Co., Lock Box 200, Delphos
THE BEST I EVER TRIED
IS WHIT A BILTIaURE Ul WIS OF
READ HIS TESTIMONIAL
BaUIXOKC Md March 21. l?Jx.
"I hive been m lullwrt (rota
Dyspepsia for j"- I ukJocmI to
by AMnc. and tttrr nia: a nnmber r.f
buCtlrs I im prepiifd to uj it is tbe trt
rMnady 1 tuv rr trii-d. iasi I tT used
a afiod muxj. I Uke tb jrrtet p!Maare
in rtcuniriM'trdinc it ta all rDt1r-T.M
Of ths Chaa. A. Vogtlet Co.
$1. FOR A QUART BOTTLE.
Aik tout drowit or "ValvT fcr U and
In-All tij inrrniT-j:'' TaksnoiAlver.
SACHS-PRUOEN & CO.
I WT AGENTS sI?fc
To men and women of en.
errr an-l-ahilitr. seekln
prml trmi will h mrivmtL.
and clotitliiAi eocrmonalr
Samnla sent on two
reeks' trial on liberal terms to brt re
turned at my expense if not satisfactory
Ihr com Twrtnpt. ahlftg
in latriout azenta.
itttnntie writ matins ft pbenomfnal encoaMS
arerywhore Illa-lrtMeircTj'ravo4 tmnsfrfM.
fWBttwBwww3at U ar ltdUlr.n.krTt
a MARLIN REPEATING
"llgo" i RIFLE
W"H&S BEST IN THst
rtp.rt.cr-raMr. world i
ly ..curst, and. to- IPBaTens.
laulr mmle. Ibd. la slVVJW'aaw
Ii,. flvrMtamllr.in VaaWOTMBBSw
Csllerj. IL.tl.e u41sirK stl- MM
n. m tmr llhntr.t.4 ftUla. B)
MarUa rira 1C., Saw Uaru,Ct.
FINE CTJ-TAND PLTJL I PtensAsajPsammaV CaMaata a-d
Postoffice, Clerela.ii 0.
3 Organal Weakneaa
lauBedlatelr eared and faUrlcar
reatnredl Tbla alsli iiaslnt iMl
tlon wkleh renderallfe n tarlsl
and aarrlaxe taiiioaslMe as MsS)
penally paid br tba Tirana
Inipmdenee. Conaalt BE
BERT at onee and yon wits I
tbe ayaspatby and raller
yoo poaltlTely reulra.
SoSerera froaa tbla i
disorder, tne symptom of a
are n dull and unsettled
which naflt tbem for tbe per
formaace of their bnslnsaa and
rjraa seri.l saauea, aai a.rri
MM marrlace Impoeaible, iltiua
ine acuo oi sne neeixst csaa.
naabe af heat, evtl frdlnsj
Ins, tlrtae easily of companps
with n prefreenee ta be sdene.
feellns: as tired In the is mind:
a on retiring;, white depeeM km
nrlne. nervananeaa. tresaMtnc.
watery and weak eyee. dysmsp-
s seemsv -ja !
llpatlon, aln and
In limbs, etc., shensd
I. ALBEIT Innill-
weakness In 1
eotiuilt BR. .
gal atelj and be reatered to I
M.u ..1, !. hn neelaMeaeei
s."-"--.-r;--J m.-T .l.Uk.-!.
BAILRQAD TIME CARD.
Pilfbiirc, Cincinnati and St. Loqls Ball.
way Company Pan Haoills Kfnte.
Under schedule In effect November 13,
lbs;, trains leave Spiiui;iield. central staDd-
I am time, for Xenia. Dayton, Ilichmond,
bt. l.oms, Chicago, and all points west and
Morthnest, Cincinnati. Columbusand esst
ward U0 a. m.. for Xeuia. Dayton, lUeb
inoud and Indianapolis flOrJO a. m., for
Xenia, D.iytou, Cinciuiiati, Columbus, la
dianapolis St. Louis and Chicago 3:3 p.
uu, fur Xenia, Dayton aud Cincinnati 5:M)
Trains arrive in Springfield at f 7:23 and.
10r!0 a. m.t -J:0 p. m. and 5:00 p. m.
Daily. f Daily except Sunday.
Sam Dodos, Ticket Agent.
CI. ..land, Columbus. Cincinnati and
8 KlKct Kxprets IJOani
12 New York Jt Boston Jxpresfti0m
2 Cleveland A astern Hxpreat Xtayai
New York ''"'" gp-. - eaaa wm
9 .tlRht Kxpress 30nB
27bp-..Cin.4 WecEx 6Usaa
l Lin. riTlcKliuekeye 7J5i
U Cincinnati k IndlaaapoUs KxprsstlLWsm
3 CievelandAClaelanatlsxDraas ;:sm
3 fouth i West Kxpress 4.00 pm
jtinu-ina. ot loqis Kan. kx .mnB
nun rioa UST.
9 Xljht Express 13) am
i uiu. i-iyinic uucKeje-
3 Cleielau JrCinciauatl Express UJipai
ewYork Uojton Jc Cincinnati Kx.'A'Si pa
S NlKht Xxpress-
a Usiioa. Sprlnitleld Aeeom.tr't.
U New York Boston Limited
31 Cincinnati A Springfield Accom 1.401
a wiefrumaasasMira axprsss 3.4a nB
2 Clsclnaatl k SprtarteldAccom .';5pm
11 New York Usnltedkxpress 100Spsi
No. 12 has ttroutS sleepers to Jfew York and
Soiton without ensure.
No. Is the faaioua United express, eanv
?ne-l entirely ots'.eeperr, east of Clevelsnt
raronzh sleepers from SpruiKaeld. afacea
Mew lork in Wi hoors and Bostoa la MM
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X. T.. Feaa. Oslo and Kris Ksats.
All trains rna on Central time IS adaataj
slower than eiti time.
Tains LX1V1 soiio iast.
No. 4. New Y'ork Limited, dallr .108 a. ,
" z. Kent Accom dally-.. 3:lsp.aU
No. 9. N. Y. A Boston Ex.. daily 9:21 a. BV
No. 3. Cln.ASt.LcaisKx-.dally 2a0a,aV
" 1. Cincinnati Kxsrs, dally tU:10aJB.
" S. llu.i St. Louis x.,dallf. 3:4Sp.au
No. 5 has inrouxh sieepers to at- Louis Mo.
1 runs through to Jjew York solid. Nochaace
of cars lor any class ot sassenzers.
Free hack to trains to an points east of,
including norm iewnourz.
lortlcaetstoall points and further talap.
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Telephone call 310.
Indiana, ltlooaaiustoa aad
aaarvs rsoa sorra.
1 Cincinnati Express-
5 Sandusky and Springfield Ex
krtve rsnf CAST.
1 Nlunt txprcss-
5 Chic-tKo. t. L. A Kan. City Um
7 Sandusky M
3 Chlcaxo. t, L. A Kan. City k
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2 Eastern VTpr
i .iiiaaiic jiau-
6 New Vork Limited
dxtast eorss iobtx.
Lakeside Ex Dress
4 I'utln-Uay txpress-
S Springfield and Sandusky Kx
I oar ast eorxo bast.
1 Atlantic ilall
i Columbus Accommodation
6 New Vork Limited
I Nlcht txpreu
5 Chicago. M. L. A Kaa. City 11m
3 Chicago, .St. L. A Kan. City Kx
Ohio Southern Bailroad.
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3 Balnbrldee Accommodatlon
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Z .vail and Express
4 llainbridee Accommodation-
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except Sunday, standard time, which la M
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