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-- 4MWrS.f "twsr-aw..... tf5r&9F T-fwure ii ,,,. ,jR L -I,,, , ., . , , i ,1. iijiiil wpp m.,. n-.awWIWIM''WIM" I1W- - wt v- Beginning Today TREXEXDOL'S STOCK OP SI Now displayed. Card price plainly marked that'll startle our competitors and delight buyers of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Fancy Table War nerer was so cheap. We offer so Ions; as tlio sup ply lasts fixe gross French China Decorated Fruit Plates at SI per half dozen. Price last year, Sl.50. They v ill no fast Watch this space ; we will surprise you. fchivvwCiy 91 and 93 West Main Street and Sonth Market Street. 40 PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. w TAXTKD A few boarders- In private fanil- ly, at ton Uulumpia strrri. . WASTED A cood tiermaa or Irish utrl for ceneral housework In a small lamlly. Call atSi est HiBft street. Uooa wates. neirr eaces required. WANTED Twenty Jlen Immediately at the II ticorse Mnti quarries. Just west of town- WANTED A reliable person to pen i an offlce In this cliy as "ceneral ainnt for our roods "Monopoly." Small capital ro- Sulred. Kansas City Toilet MLnuIacturlnK o.. Kansas CltT. Mo. 41 WANTE1 AgeaU for that historical, r.n, Krarlne. "Sherman's March to the tea. Site 24 by 3b Inches. Every home, every ex soldier want It. Address J. P. Ktteh. I ub lisner. Hartford. Conn. " ITTAXTED-Acents for "Story of Labor. ' with Introduction by T. V. i-owaeny. Sells at nicht Exclusive territory clen. Ap- ply at 1J0 West Main street. Wednesday. Dec. i.irodi 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. K. R. tlraves. tb 117 ANTED A, man to canvass and manage Mnv.aVnra frt ,-nntrrtl All MlrS Of the lU- rudmrnt LlchL eaual to M) candles. In fcDnnflleld. lor particular, terms, etc., ad , xerms. eic, .l'lttsbun;. Pi dress Incandescent Lamp Co. 1ITANTED Olrl to do teneral housewark. vTnnuire for Mrs Lum. southeast corner Grant aenue and north lellowSiirlncs street lirAXTED-Allve.enereetle man. to repre II sent us: 175 per month, and expenses Goods staple; every one buys; outfit and par ticulars tre. standard Silverware Co.. Boston- REMOVED. 1)EMOVED-Mrs.Kandall. the mind reader, At has removed to eouinern avenue, house west of Yellow Springs street. VOR RENT. fourth SUb POR RENT Three Kood rooms, suitable for X lleht housekeeping, at T6 east Main stret t Inquire at above number. . "t FOR RENT A house of eight rooms In de cant neighborhood. Inquire on premises. ZH north Market street. POR BENT Three brick houses five rooms X each. Inquire at 363 S. Yellow Srrings St. ?0R KENT New brick house, nine rooms; will rent for 111 per month. Call on or ad . Cress A. O. Keller, north Limestone street. POU KENT A nice furnished front room for A gentlemen. Enqulre.ao.iz tisner sireei. FOR SALE, POR SALE Property on so. Yellow Springs A street, oppos ie uiaiu euir. ce xo rair grounds. House, ten rooms, irood cellar, well and cistern. Lot HU by 3W feet. Stable and out-bulldlncs complete For further particu lars call at residence or address I rank M. I ul lerton. city. 6bs Lijlt SALE Fresh tenderloins, pork, sau X sages, shortens, and sausage meat, whole sale and retail. Philip Becker, S3 east HUh stmt. t FIR SALE Sweet elder by the barrel at 2s west Main street. Parties can do no bet terthanbyeallingand examining the same. SPECIAL. "MADAME MAUAW. 67 west Jefferson street. Jll Clairvoyant, reveals the past, present aud future. Also gives prtvatt sittings. ..2as PERSONAL. PERSONAL Weak and undeveloped parts of the body enlarged and strengthened. De scription, medical testimony, etc .mailed sealed, free. Erie Medical Co.. 7 Swan street. Buffalo, S.Y. H"iis,"nnKs: 0 F. HYPES, in EWE NOVELTIES FURNISHER, 5 EAST MAIN STREET. SPECIALTIES !H MEN'S UNOEBVVEAH. N. E. C. WHITNEY, Solicitor of American and Foreign PATENTS -AN COUNSELLOR IK ALL riTIM MATTIES. Room 5 Arcade Building, SPKINGFIKLD, O. Ilrasrh scenrlrs: Washington. D.C.; Lon don. ng.i Paris. France. REMOTE ID! dh. j. t. Mclaughlin, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, REMOVED TO 106 Went Main St. Telephone 45. A a uVes ts ltd l II. um nut c!, ft Mrtedie. ! g'-s i.vRr:;Y nsos. tb pwuw ad ax K n lac a uon A. 1- SMITH. SoMby tti. r. rmrllM. NOW-THETIMETOSCULATE. ACTIVECuetuationsln the market offer op- portunlties to speculators to make money In 4(wri to days. lJ EJS vriMirtr-s. Ohio. JfcA personal attention riven to orders received by wire or mall Correspondence solicited. lull Juformatlon auout the market In our book, which uill be forwarded free on application. H. D. KYLE, Banker and Broker. 38 Broad and .11 New Streets. New York City. UB. siociis. miiai m iwuviriui. 'w i WEAKIJNDEVELOPED K3?' J'JlpictruirtlnumiliIa.iiillJLJiJs FROSTED FEET To cure this annoyinij trouble and to take away the aln and itchlnc you should use 'Casper's Frosted Feet Remedy, Only 25 Cents a bottle. CQUGHSandCOLDS ETen of the worst kind, are cured by Casper's Compound Syrup, Tar, Cherry and Horehound. It is the best remedy made, and will cure tery bad cases. For lunc and bronchial troubles It Is ery superior, AOcandfl bottles. Ssld onli at CASPER'S Drug Store, ITUh ! Block. MaJnStrwt.Sd Door irnt of LlninatoinsSprlngflaltl. COMING ATTIIACTION. GitAXti. Minnie Maddern Friday even ing. December 3d. Black's. "The Long Strike" Saturday evening, December 4th. Hi.ack's. Tuesday evening, December 7th, Scanlan in "Shanc-na-I-awn." Black's. Wednesday, December S, Llllie Hall's Itiirlesque company. Black's. The New York Casino opera company in "Eruilnie," Thursday, Decem ber U. LOCAL BREVITIES. Will .Meredith went to Xcnia today. William Blee went to Cleveland this morning:. Burg E. Zeis, of Boston, was in the city yesterday. John T. Xorris went to Dayton this morning on business. Albert Kutroff was arrested last night for disoniely conducL Henry Iloutzhan. of the vicinity of Xenia, was in town this morning. Colonel and Mrs. James E. Stewart left this morning for Cincinnati. The regular meeting of Golden Star chap ter will be held this evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hedges vent to Cin cinnati, shopping, this morning. Mrs. J. W. Cunn left this morning for Xew, York to visit her son. Wilbur. F. D. Pitklns and Miss Edith Lohr of London were in the city this morning. Col. A. W. Butt, late of this city, now of Albion, Midi., is in town for a few days. C. M. Daugherty, secretary of the Xenia Water Works company, was In town today. Mrs. D. C. Putnam returned home this moming from a brief visit among relatives. W. S. Thomas and his sister, MlssXellie, left last night via the Bee Line for New York. T. E. Halls, of the I. B. A W., Indianapo lis attended Fantasma at the Grand last nighL Infirmary Director Isaac Kindle is indis posed from a severe cold and is confined to his bed. The Hanlons' "Fantasma" company left via the Fan Handle this morning for Co lumbus. The Kev. Dr. J. F. Marlay, of the First M. E. church, Xenia, was in the city this morning. Mrs. Scott, of Tiffin, Ohio, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. L. 1'etticrew, of south Plum street. Miss Jennie Fellows is entertaining Mrs. T. C. Hall, of Indianapolis, formerly Miss I.ida Ennis. L. Edgar Miller, a well-known journal ist, is confined to lib room with an extreme ly severe cold. Hereafter, the Erie express office and N. Y. 1. & O. ticket office In the Arcade will be open ail night The "Ten Nights in a Barroom" company passed through the city this moming. en route for Urbana. Claries O. Hatway, a Cincinnati man. fell on the pavement near the Market house today and sprained his ankle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank X. Mudd, of Cincin nati, were in the city yesterday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. B. Uoyle. Mrs. Robert Willis and her mother, Mrs. Doolev, of Brooklyn, left today over the N. Y. P. & 0. for New York city. Rev. W. A. Gross will introduce the prayer meeting at the High street Christian church tonight All are cordially invited. Probate Judge John C. Miller yesterday appointed Isaac K. Funderburg adminis trator of the estate of John Frantz, de ceased. Truman B. Gest of Xenia, was in town today. He attended the semi-centennial celebration of the First M. E. church at Urbana. E. G. Shrouf, living on south Limestone street wishes us to say that it was not he who was arrested yesterday, but EdShrouf. a newsboy. Professor C G. Falrchild, of Oberlin. was in the city today, but left this evening for Columbus. He intends to return to morrow evening. Good tilings to eat and pretty things to wear at the sale held by the ladies of the Congregational church, at Ilofman A Co.'s store. Limestone street Thursday and Fri day. Miss Marie Miller, of this city, who is in charge of the musical department of the Blairaville (Pa.) academy, will arrive home two weeks from Saturday to spend the hol idays. Captain Asa S. Bushnell and family are expected back from their visit to New York tomorrow evening. They have been stop ping at the Fifth Avenue hotel. New York. Philip E. Montanus and Charley Winger went out hunting in the vicinity of North- i aiuptou today "to shoot a flock of squir pK" Wholesale tiealers supplied at re duced rites. I The communion service at the First Pres byierian church will be next Sunday, De cember 5th, instead of the usual time, De- i comber 12th. Infant baptism Saturday, 3 p. m.. December 4th. ! Rev. Edmond Randall, of Washington, ; D. C, who is doing religious work anion;; prisoners, (having been one himself,) is about to commence work In the Jail and station house here. Married On December 1st at the resi dence of C. II. Bushnell, Independence, Ohio, by Rev. J. II. Seymour, Frederick W. Merkle and Miss Mary Luella Bushnell, wlio has relatives in tills city. Edward Peck, formerly telegraph opera tor at the east Main street crossing, but more recently located at St Paul and Min- neatiolis, is back again at his old post and is warmly greeted by many friends. Ed is a good 'un. Rudolph Aronson's New York Casino comiany is billed to appear at Black's Thursday evening, December 9, in the late ti,h,.. -i iw operatic success, "Erminle." The city is agog over the engagement of this company, and it will be a big society event The St Paul lyceum meets Thursday etening this week. Instead of Friday. J. A. Green and D. D. Thompson, two prom inent newspaper men of Cincinnati, will take part, the former giving a short lecture on 'Journalism." GLOBI FrohlMtlou CAt'ru. About twenty-five members of the Prohi bition club met last night In their hall, in response to the announcement in yesterday's papers, to discuss matters relative to the annual election Thursday. I). S. Morrow was called to the chair. The best of feei ng pervaded the caucus. The officers to ie elected are a president vice president, -ecrrtary and treasurer, who with three dhers constitnc the executive committee Hie Srrlnefield Prohibition club is an in- ororated body and the executive com- -l... I. ,ln ki.hl .f .ni.ud It O ., ,).. limits is mc miu ui ,-,... ..... ,. terminedto express the preferences of those present in the way of a ticket Mr. Col vln, who has served acceptably for the past two years as president declined allowing tils name to be used again. For president Will C. Dinwiddle was se lected on the second ballot S. W. Martin and A. It Ludlow being the other names t voted for. I A. R. Ludlow and 1L II. Young, present Incumbents, were chosen candidates for vice president and treasiier, respectively, b) i acclamation. i A. I,. Slacer. secretary, was named for j candidate for the same position on the first ballot ! S. W. Martin. D. M. Hums and Willier j Colvln were chosen by acclamation to make the race for the remaining iositions I on the executive committee. ! In addition to this ticket members of the club will he the privilege of placing other names in nomination for the seer.il offices. Mauy otlieriiiattcrswereinfonnally discussed. The decided preference was ex pressed in favor of two additional vice presidents and an assistant secretary. rirst Lutheran Cliurrli Lecture Coarw. An Interesting lecture coures will N1 gien under the auspice of the ladies of the First English Lutheran church, in the near future. It will consist of two lectures by j Rev. Dr. Uelwig, and a concert at which i the lovely cantata of "Ruth" will be ren-j dered by a large chorus, under the direction j of Prof. Davidson. This cantata was produced once before with splendid effect I and the announcement of its second rendi tion will be hailed with pleasure. The first ; entertainment of the course will lie given at the church next Tuesday even-, llig. when Kev. lir. lieiwig wnmemer ins famous lecture "Number Three." All who have had the pleasure of hearing the pro found and scholarly puipip orator, will not miss this lecture. Tickets will be put on sale at once and can be procured from the ladies. Course tickets 51; single admiss ion, 25 cents to each of the lectures and 50 to the concert Ai-rlilent ut Oftburn. An Osborn correspondent writes : A quite serious accident occured here this morning. Abe Smith, a man of family, engaged at the grain elevator, was coupling cars, being upon the plationn between two freight cars when he had one of his feet caught and badly mashed. We are glad to say, though, that while the accident will lay him up for a time and be cry iiainful, that amputation will not probably be nec essary. Prohibition Club. The Prohibition club meeting on Thurs day evening will be of unusual interest and importance. The annual election of offi cers takes place, and likely some changes In the constitution will be dlwrussed. A full attendance Is desired. Wn.iiKit Coi.vix, Pres. 11. I. I). Elks, Attention. All members should be present at this evening's communication. Institution, and arrangement to attend institution of Day ton lodge Elks, Thursday afternoon. W. S. HlKKMAX, E. It The ladies of bt Paul M. E. church ex pect to give a "Pin-cushion reception" at the residence of Mrs. George Winwood, 119 south Plum street, Friday afternoon and evening, December 3d. Supper will be served from 5 o'clock till . There will be pin-cushions of all descriptions and other fancy articles suitable for holiday gifts, for sale. Trinity Baptist church, corner of sonth Limestone and Mulbery streets, will hold revival meetings at 7:30 o'clock etery even ing this week and next except Saturday. Three requested prayers Sunday eeniug; eight have been baptized since the 30th of October, 1SSG. AH are cordially invited. Yellow Springs Uevlcw says the pur chasers of the Clifton paper mill property intend removing the machinery from the building and selling it. It is not known what they will do with the building. The power afforded by the river at that point is to good to be thrown away. Beautiful articles to make home attract ive, and for the little girls, dollies with clothes that can be buttoned and unbutton ed, to be found on Thursday and Friday at the bazar given by ladies of the Congrega tions! church. No. 27 south Limestone street LACONDA NOTES. What Is doing on In Our Lttely Little Nelglilfor nml Suburb. The protracted meeting is now in its sec ond w eek, and isgrowiug in interest nightly. Uev. W. F. Berger, of Wittenberg, assisted Thursday and Friday evenings of last week, preaching two very excellent sermons. The presiding elder, Kev. S. W. Keistcr, of Germaiilown, is expected to preach this (Wednesday) and Thursday evenings. Lone Star lodge, I. O. O. F.. held their election for officers on Jlonday evening, resulting as follows: Noble grand, Thomas Crawford; vice grand, W. C. Kreps; recording secretary, Edwaid Nelson; per manent secretary. Dr. J. W. Nelson; treas urer. J. JI. Bryant; trustees II. C. Lay bourne, J. W. Boss and T. N. Turner; member of relief committee, IL C. Lay bourne. The Daughters of Rebecca held an oys ter supper on Tuesday evening at the resi dence of Otto Smith on Iigonda avenue. As Is usual on such occasions a very enjoya ble time was the result The health of our suburb has greatly im proved. There are no caes of diphtheria at this time. Jack Booth has a case of fever. SrnisTCFiEl.1), O.. Dec. 1, 16MJ. Owing to the advances made in the rates of freight and of coal at the mines we, the undersigned are compiled to make the fol lowing prices for coal for the present: Hocking and Jackson, lump. .$3.75 per ton nut.... 2.50 " Slack, (domesUc) 2.00 " " (steam) 1.75 " Chestnut and stove 7.25 " Eggandgrate 7.00 " Youghiogheny 4.00 WoMsTON. WlLDKlt A CO. F. A. WA 1(1 AM I, Champion Coai. Ice Co. HAimiAs,-, Jfop.fiAN'JA Co. A. GU.LAGUKIt. Jacobs & Lkew.e, Chapmax Coal Co. F. Coi.i.i.ns. William 1'imi.ott. C. it John- A- C. BitALEY & Tittle. Samcei. Hphfmax. JIooues A Sox. J. II. li. kick & lino. HoTClIKEss ,t Caiikv. F. E. SimiMPF. DFora holiday present haealine photo graph made at Clark's Gallery, 14' , east Main street, north side. NOTICE! The Oriental Physicians and Surgeons, owing to the great rush and overcrowded offices, for the past ten daps, at the Cen tral hotel, would announce to the public that they will remain until the evening of December 6th. Consultation free. Confidential to MiH . Your nose and mouth and eyes are right, And yet jou are not Iiandsouie quite, Your skin is b.ul and that is why Champlin's Liipiid Pearl jou should apply: Then tan, freckles, pimples, all will disap pear, Your face be wondrous fair and clear; Tn uwlfll ftrvlro tiear nml fnr You will become the regnant star. j KEPUBULG WEDNESDAY WHAT CLOTHIER IN SPRINGFIELD DARE MATCH OUR PRICES FOR MENS', BOYS' OR CHILDREN'S SUITS AMD n We answer, none ; not one. Many try it, but none succeed. They mention the same prices we do, but they don't give you as good goods for the price. Price is nothing unless quality goes with it. Every quality and style of Men's Clothing, every pattern and design of boys' clothing, every shape and fashion of Chil dren's Clothing are to be seen in our mammoth stock. We have clothing to suit every age and condition of manhood. We have suits and overcoats at prices low enough for the poor est person in town, and we have all the other grades, up to the finest silk and satin lined garments, tit for a king. Our prices are lowest, and we know it. If we doubted it do you think we would display a hundred styles of suits and overcoats in our show window, each one marked in large, plain figures and the price it will be sold for? We rather think not. There's no mistake about it, we're doing the trade of the town. Some men might feel vain did they do the tremendous business we are doing, ascribing it to the same superior merit or talent of their own. Such is not the case with us. We lay claim to no such attri butes. We know full well that it is not ourselves, but our G-OOD GOOIDS .A-T XjO"W PBIOES Not quite one year ago we opened this branch of the London Clothing Co.'s. and many were the knowing winks and wiseacre heid shakes of the old fogies, prophesy ing we had bit off more than we could chew. But look you now ; we are still arowina and flourishing like a green bay tree. If you would know the reason of this, let us whisper it in your ears: Honest Goods at Honest Prices. By the way, at present writinq we're opening another lot of those famous $10 Overcoats. Drop in and see 'em. THE LONDON CLOTHING CO., 2 SOUTH: T.I3EST03SrE STREET. Great ltuslneM at Uie Steani ljf Works The old reliable Steam Dye Works are always to the front In enterprise and good work, and have been doing a tremendous business in their dying department which gives the best of satisfaction. Those hav ing heavy clothing to color should not fail to take them to their place of business, 21 north Center street at once, before winter sets in, as it Is almost impossible to dry heavy goods then. The batlis are just as popular as ever, and are receiving new patrons every' day that express themselves as blugery highly pleased. Wallingsford it Walter will sell at public auction to the highest bidder fifty-one lots belonging to Coi. Geo. Sintz on the valley pike west of town. The property is all laid off witli streets ami alleys and in a splendid locality- Terms of sale one-fourth down and balance in one, two and three years' time. Clark's Photograph gallery is the place to go to have line pictures made. His price is low and his work is good. Hla east Main street north side. Our l'roKrrMA. As stages are quickly abandoned with the completion of railroads, so the huge, dras tic, cathartic pills, composed of crude and bulky medicines, are quickly abandoned with the introduction of Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets," which are sugar-coated, and little larger than mus tard seeds, but composed of highly concen trated vegetable extracts. By druggists. On Thursday, December 2, Wallingsford A Walter will sell at public auction lifty one lots belonging to Col. Geo. Sintz, just west of the city on the valley pike. Clark makes the lest photographs in the city, and his price is reasonable, too. You will always get good work at his gallery, 14l3 east Main street, north side. MartTir Commercial College, 313 Sixth street. Washington. I). C, pro vides practically useful business education. No terms nor vacations. Students enter at anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, S40: 12 weeks' course, board, Ac, S75. Send forcirculur. A Cahh. To all who are suffering from errors and indiscretions of j outh, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., 1 will send a recipe that will cure you, free of charge. This great remedy was dis covered by a missionary in South America. Send self-addressed envelope to ltev. Joseph T. Inuian, Station D, New York city. The term of the auction sale Thursday of Col. Geo. Sintz's proix rty west of town will be S10 down on day of sale, balance of one. fourth in ten days, and one. two and three years' time on the balance with 0 percent inieresu A set of teeth, SS. Extracting. 25 cents. Bowland, dentist. Black's opera house. FOR A LONG TIME It wns supposed that cutanomis cos mctie could uotbe used without being hurtful to the skin ; and this even now is true of ninnv preparations. Hut medical ami chemical know ledjrcand experiments linaJlvMicceed ed in producing an article, tlmt, while it is the most infect aid to beautv, nets UKn the ikin in the three-fold capacity as astlmiilmit, thtcrgent and cmoUient : i. e., first, it pro motes the health and hue of the skin by stimulating tlio circulation of the blood in the minute vessels; second, it softens and relaxes the texture of the tkin, and makes it more elastic and sensitive ; and, third, it removes decayed jiarticles that obstruct the pores of the skin, and increases its transparency, delicacy and beauty. And this article, which has the re-cjiunHl(p:ialiti(3oiaifrfectcomj(V.r-10i cosmetic, and tlio only one which combines the two great deside rata is (CHAMPLUVg) B (LiquidXPearl) This niapric cosmetic imparts the most natural and delicate complexion at once, while it induces such health ful aition of the skin, and in no case can iU use be attended with deleteri om results. Sunburn, Tan,Frecl;Je, Fint jfen, SaUowiims, Mutches, etc., are speedily removed by it tE3i' 'use canuot be detected on the most delicate shin. Applied to the neck, nrms and hands, it gives an uppearance of ijracefnl rotundity and engaging jfttumpness, as well as jearly, blooiu mjr beaulv. S.Uby nil Prajigisi and Perfumers at ? cents for Kxira Large Louie (nearly double lorner 30 tent size). licHare of Imitations ftruj &. that trie fa s:mile of ttie Proprietor Signature a well as a MKnetteof I.otta i on the label of tvrr bottle nd the name "CHAMPLIN'S LIQUID tAK!. is bloxrn m the vhite glass. The components cost 3 to 5 times those in Dther preparation, hence its superiority and sequent opiilaritir in the higher ctnt'-s. Oct the lcuS'Cf.mplltU9 Sate ffrtfrittt yet iarrjo cent CONSUMPTION. I bft.eapo.UUa rttmiJrror tbe abovdlrftM;bTlu M Ihoiuandft or e.a of too wont kind anil of lorr tBdioc tiftTa toon cured. Indd. totirottctinij fftlib 10 111 ffflcwT, that I will ften! TWO BOTTLLS FRKK. UCUQar with a VALUABLE TKEAT1SK on till! diooaa toasloCorer. GlToexpreM and r.O. addr. Btt.T.,UCCJt, IliraulgL,h(T Tot EVENING, DEOEIBER VtfftfUflY HOLIDAY GOODS ON SALE THIS WEEK AT JOHN MCLAREN & BROS,' ' CASH AND OIYE TRICE DRY GOODS HOUSE, tt-i- A.:VI ZiG SOITJI LI3IESTOXE ST. BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS! At one-half the regular price. Books for boys and girls and little folks. Books for presentation. Books for everybody. A dollar book for :0e, and so on all through the lot Come and see them. Everylo ly come. Cabinet Albums at less than Half Price We ffican it, and you'll say the same when you see them. Plush covered Albums for SI, SI.50 and $2. Think of it SCRAP BOOKS Without limit at very limited prices, and some choice sets of cards to put In them. Fancy Baskets, Work Baskets, Lunch Baskets .Stacks of them, and we must sell them quickly. They take up too much room. We wish somebody else had them, who has more room and less business. Come and help us out. AlTZJFI.LOFI.S ! With Plush or Brass Frames, from 25c to SO. Lots of them to choose from. Next week we will tell you something more about Holiday Goods. RESPECTFULLY YOURS, JOBIIST noTLA.P2.E2Sr & BRO. n Q 0 BRASS SETS, BRASS HODS, CARVERS IN AND OUT OF CASES, PEARL, IVORY AND PLATED TABLE CUTLERY, COAL VASES, FIRE IRONS. HENRY C. WISEMAN, FISHER BLOCK. CHANGE OF BUSINESS C. C. FRIED, NO. 6 EAST MAIN STREET. AN ELEGANT Having decided to make a change in my business on account of ill health, I offer my entire stock at cost, consisting of gents' and ladies' Gold Watches, Gent's Silver Watches, Gold and Chatelaine Watches and an endless variety of Jewelry, Lace Pins, Ear Rings, Cuff Buttons, Bracelets, Watch Chains, Finger Rings for Gents, Ladies and Children. A large and carefully selected stock of Diamond Ear Rings, Lace Pins, Rings, Soli taire and Cluster, and Collar Buttons. A complete stock of Silver Ware. Tea Sets, Water Sets, Fruit Dishes, Cake Bas Sets, Card Stands, Casters, Salt and Pep per Stands, Napkin Rings, Knives, Forks and Spoons, and all other articles for table use. C G. FRIED, 2STO. 6 EAST 2tLATT 1 1886 JULIFLFLOFL1S 1 STOCK AT AN I n ir-nfrriiia m ,, iiirrinwpWMIHIIWNii ii m'n i 1 1 . ..11 ' -J BeaHWarwrimi . ..ii.m..-i . ' -num.- i f CLEVELAND'S BAKING POWDER Contains only purest grape cream of tartar, bicarbonate of soda, and a little wheat flour, the latter to preserve the strength of the powder nothing else whatever. What other manufacturers impart to the public a knowledge of ALL the ingredients that enter into their baking powder? Consumers have a right to know what they are using as food. In extensive adulteration the demand this information, and in all cases where not given should refuse to purchase the baking powder. Cleveland Brothers, Albany, N. Y. WALLINGSFORD i WALTER Will tell the following THURSDAY, Being part of Colonel George Sintz's property, i y2 miles west of Springfield corporation line, on the south side of the valley pike and C. C. C. & I. Railroad, fifty-one lots all conveniently laid off with streets and alleys, laying high and dry, good cellars and a fine view, situated on the public road from Hotsenpiller's mill, on the Valley pike, to Joseph Arthur's and the school house on the Dayton pike, and in view of Aliens, McCarthys, Holcombs, Moores, Snyders and Sintzs stone quarries and lime kilns, working about 150 hands, and there are now fifteen houses adjoining on the Albin and Sintz plat of lots, with good houses on the property, and in view of the C. C. C. & I., I. B. & W. and N. Y. P. & O. Railroads and Valley pike and Dayton pike, and Telephone communication in case of sickness, to Springfield, of a mile to Dcrbin station on the N. Y. P. & O. and I. B. & W. Railroad, and at the station on the C. C. C. & I. Railroad. This is the place to buy and save your high taxes, and there will be a shop located there in the near future. N is your time. Take the first opportunity in Lime stone City. Will positively be sold on the prem ises to the highest bidder on the above day at t o'clock sharp. TERMS. Ten dollars on each lot sold on day of sale, one-fourth when deed is given, one-fourth in one, one-fourth in two, one-fourth in three years, bearing six per cent interest with mortgage on prop erty sold. For further information call on or address George Sintz, at the premises, or John F. 82 W. Main St., um itao IHiHiiiiiiiiiBiliH V Bterr af Aretia anlontiaai k&a fathoa. Bariford COST AND BELOW COST A fine variety of Gold Glasses and Spectacles. Agood assortment of Gold-headed Canes; Gold Pens, Pencils, Tooth Picks and other novelties. As the greatest portion of this stock has been selected for the Holiday trade, persons will have a rare opportunity of securing first-class goods at cost. Select your goods early, and by paying a small amount have them laid away for Christmas. After making this change, I intend devot ing my time to Watch, Clock and Jewelry Work and fitting Spectacles. these times of public should rejl estate at PubKc S .Ie DEC. 2, 1886. ow Walter, Spriegfield, Ohio. FARTHEST NORTH! -. Thru Yurs of Arctic Servict. By A. TV. OBEELT, IJant. V. B. Army. Com'e ady JTranklla Bay Expedition of 1M1-4. TW ToU, Royal Sw. wiU Sttet Portrait, ortr 100 Illuttratiofu am Map ana c nans sjoia on(y py sHoscrtption. "Bmtlfil ud rUalT filial nva-." Cincinnati Cem'l Qattttt. 'PnfiMly Clutnud, abovadi vita Unl? dMtitiau.'s-CMav 3TVV1M, " Th me taportut vik paUUhad m Antlt uttats.'-Xxtn JiertUd. "AvtllaudataavtlKaubaak- jr. T. Bum. ' ' " - XBtmatlzr from arrato mt.mr. T. Smld. - yahusM U Tjrr vtr aatlif Mterr ud matUA.'. ir. r. rot. rot. iquiMit U yvrac, valaa a r A peelalAcantTTaaUallm Erarj City mad Tews. A Aaima, CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, ' 1T KLm BU, CtBthuuU, er 74 3Bra4way Saw Terfcv A full line of all kinds of Clocks, from French Marble down to the Nickel Alarm. and Steel Eye- STREET. M w 3 J tr ISdl I! Wt- -'& h f js H ' v s m& ,i iA'