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VfcCSi 5Jfcfeaan jmwKWjao -p aHraprtoBto)e mmtm M H iw. I" rfi'lP ! I" (.1- MIijM UPU ,--TT GLOBZ BSPUBUQ FRIDAY JgVEmNG, DEGEaiTOR 17 1888 Wi lk .19' A l; I. .1 I ii WHERE CAX TOD BUT AX TEASET For $4.75; l6rj Dinner Set, 117 pieces for $15; Encliah lustre bmd China, 70 pieces, forCOO; American Stone China, plain white, 120 pieces for $7.50 j American Gold Band Tea bet for $0. The latest, the "Windsor" and "Empress" pattern Dinner and Tea Sets $15.00 A5D $45.00. gUMCAXjX GOODS Decorated Caps and Saucar, 10c and 15c each. Decorated Cups, Saucers and riatos, 25c and 55c. Decorated Children's Dishs, fall set. 25c Decorated Fancy Tea and Coffee Cups. 25c and 50c Decorated French China Fruit Plates, 12 kinds 6 for SI. Decorated Fruit Deetrt andlnd. butters, 75c and $1. Decorated China Sugar and Cream Sets 25c and 50c each. Decorated Vases in treat variety, cheap Oil Chremos, 21xS0, jilt framas, only S1.25. Sogers' "A. 1" Silver Fnlves and Forks 53 per box. Hanging Lamps, 81.75. 83 and 82.50. The new rustic Hanging Baskets of Waxed Linen Flowers, direct from 'ew York, SI each. Look out for our treat candy sale at JbtoJ BARGAIN STORES, 01 and S3 VTmt Main St. and 40 South Mar ket St., Sprlnnneld, O. WANTED. TTTAKTED-BOARD-ln private tamllv. for IT man. wife ana two ehtlaren; references exchanged. Aaaret IT. StS. tlty, carrier No. 10, city. Ml ANTED Good girt forkltcnea or second IT work: no waihl :: no warning? must cone recom Apply at 116.4 wet Main street. mended. TTTAXTRBA tew Rood salesmen tor the state ot Ohio; to such will offer liberal lndneements. Apply eltner or letter or per son Saturday a. m. Boom No. 11 Central bouse, Springfield. Oblo. &" TTTivTKn-Vfur AnidiAr who wants his H pension or bounties looted after to call on Amos Roberts, pension and county attor ney, 1W Linden avenue. t WAXTEf-Altve.energtt man. to repre sent us: 175 per month, and expenses Goods sunle: every on boys; outfit and par ticulars re. Standard Silverware Co Uos- ton CE9BSHSBMBS: FOR SALE. FOR SALE Large and small farms In Clark andadjolnlng counties; also property In all parts of the city for sale on easy terms; now Is the time toeet your farm; also money to loan on city and farm property. Call on or ad dress T. M.Offut. Ral Estate and Loan Agent. Koom 2. Black's Opera House. Sprtngfleld. O. FOR SALE Pure sweet elder of our own make; no adulteration or aeld used. Par ties wishing a pure article by the barrel, can and it at -Jt) west Main street: also cnre apple Jelly and apple batter, apples and potatoes at wnolesale. Open Maturday until 9 p.m. B. Rub- aam Jt Co. Telephone No XI Mat) FOR SALE Holiday goods-skates, sleds, cutlery, oil cloths, coal rasss and hods, at low price. Georgt A. Dlehl. 72 and 7 east Main. 47am FOR SALE Property on so. Yellow Snrlngs street, opposite main entrance to Fair grounds. Bouse, ten rooms, good cellar, well and cistern. Lot 100 by SO feet, otable and out-bolldlngs complete For further particu lars call at residence or address Frank II. 1 ul lerton. city. bs FOB RINT FOR RENT Store rooms Nos.K and 97. and seven rooms in second story snltasle for offices. 4c on west Main street, under council .h.miwn kitn &twn-tnrr brick bnlldlnff -3x 0. suitable tor shop or storage, in the rear of Mc Laren Bro.' dry goous store, on Limestone street Bowman 4 .Bowman STay STRAYED. STRAYKD From the undersigned, a white cow, with roan head and neck; has a lump on lower right side near the foreleg Pieise send Information and charges to R. (J. Klrg. S west Blgh street. 67b-2la o u c u ST X a. M u e 3 er DO YOU TVant to have the prettiest as sortment of holiday goods in Springfield to select f romf If so, go to Ad. Bakhaus & Co.'s and make selection from their elegant line of plush and alligator skin, toilet, per fume manicure, shaving, perfume and cigar cases. Prices way down. 3Iartyn'a Commercial College, 313 Sixth street, Washington, D. C, pro- Tides nracticaUy useful business education. No terms nor vacations. Students enter at anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, Hi); 12 weeks' course, board. Sec, 375. Send for circular. LADIES Think our man! cure sets and our perfume, cses are the prettiest and cheap .mTimTmmmw - W I"" ' S P est ever seen in apnngneia. ao. uagnaus &Co. A set of teeth, St. Extracting, 35 cants Bewland, dentist. Black's opera nous. Two pounds of coffee (ret you free a handsome decorated shlnaaupand sauoer tomorrow at Killer'a Arcade Tea SWre. HE NO TEA ThlscelebratedTcahashad a large sale during the past year, and It gives good sat isfaction. l)r. Casper has just received a 3 past year, and It give lr. Camper has just y of It la '4 pound. H : annnlv of It In i mmnd. U Dound and 1 pound packagrs.atTSc per pound It Is never sold in bulk. Get tbe genuine at DR. CASPER'S DRUG STORE. CHEST PROTECTORS. Now Is the season to wear these articles to protect the lunss and throat. Prices from 6Sc to Jl ). made of Chamois and Lamb's wool. The best sold at CASPER'S Drug Store, rtshcr'slllook. Main street. 3d Door Wt of Llniesuni. Springfield. COMINH ATTRACTION!. Black's. Thursday, December 10, Little Tycoon." "The Black's Howorth's Ilibernica Comedy Co.. Friday, December 17. Gkaxp. Mestayer's Tourists, Saturday afternoon and evening, Dec 18. LOCAL BREVITIES. Tat McCarty is In Bellefontaine today on business C. A. Phelps went to Cincinnati this morning;. Robert Frey is home from college to spend the holidays. W. II. Rowe, of the South Charleston Sentinel, is In the city. W. R. Horner was in Yellow Spring this morning on legal business. JIIss Nettie McGasKelL of Dubuque, la., is the guest of friends in the city. Miss r-earl Means of Yellow Springs, is In the city today calling on friends Folice news Is remarkably dull. It may be the lull that precedes the storm. The Little Miami pay car gladdened the hearts of the employes of that road today. Charles J. Pretiman goes to Columbus the first of the year to pursue the study of law. Officers Mcuureana .icgjas auenueu the policemen's ball at Columbus night W', Miss Laura Coles who has been attend tending chool at Delaware, Is home for the holiday vacation. John X. Compton. John Fox and Larry Rating were arrested yesterday for being drunk and disorderly. C. R. Kiehter attended a reception last eenlng at the residence of lion. J. W. Boblnson at Marjsville. John Foos has gone down to see his Lou isiana sugar plantation, and will bo back ln ajweek from Sunday. A boy named Frank Henson. colored. dislocated his collar bone this morning by a fall on east Columbia street. Charles Bradley has sold out hit saloon and is going to open a wholesale boot and shoe store. Hurrah for Charley Bradley. The Rev. E. B. Wagner, who has been visiting his parents In Airy Dale, Pa,, for four or five weeks has returned to Spring field. W. A. Boss for j ears connected with Johnston A- Son, wholsale tobacconists has accepted a responsible position with P. P. Mast & Co. 'eil C. Kerr, of the Queen and Crescent and ". R. Warwick, of the Missouri Pa cific both well known railroad men, are ln the city today. Will Dixon, who travels for the Sewing Machine company, is to be married to an excellent Pennsjlvania lady ou the 29th of this month. Miss Carrie Miranda, of New Carlisle, was in the city last evening and attended the installation ceremonies of Palestine cominandery. Miss Dora Rubsam and Miss Wilson, sis ter of Mrs. Fred Barrett left last evening for Flora, I1L. where Miss Rubsam will be Miss Wilson's guest Charles and Henry Fisher, sons of C. B. Fisher, returned this morning from Reading, Pennsjlvania, where they have ben attend ing a military academy. The regular weekly meeting of the Cen t al M E. church Ijceum occurs this even ing, and a programme ot more than usual interest Is promised. D. T. West of the SunJny Xetcs lost his night latch key in the post office lobby last n'ght. If the finder will return the key to Mr. West he will be rewarded. Miss Marie Miller, of this city, who has charge of the musical department of the Bialrsville (Pa.) college, is expected home tomorrow to spend the holidays. The Domestic Sewing Machine company and its agent here, R. B. Canfield, have do nated a fine nlckeJ-plated Domestic, one of the best to the Ladies' Relief corps of the G. A. R. John Tyner and several other prominent Elks will go to Dayton tomorrow evening to see theccremony of initiation as performed bv the members of the lodgo of Elks re cently Instituted there. A leading Limestone street dry goods dealer told a reporter today that his holiday trade this season was fully one hundred per cent, better than last year. Merchants gen erally report a boom. Mrs. J. H. Arboghast at 21 north Market street, between Main and Columbia, has re duced prices on all stock, so as to have nothing left over. You will b surprised at the prices and bargins offered. The revival services at Wiley chapel M. E. church still continue with animated In terest Rev. Field and wife are assisting the pastor Rev. Geo. Ziegler. All are in vited. No services Saturday night E. B. Pitney, agent of the New York, Ontario and Western read, at Oneida, New York, is here with his wife, (recently Miss Josie Kirkland), to spend a few days with Mrs Pitney's cousin, Mrs. C. M. Nichols. For the next thirty days Mrs J. II. Ar- b igast will offer rare bargains In millinery. at her store. No. 21 north Market stseet Among the stock are a lot of leit hats, the c icapest ln the city. Call and examine for yourselves. Mayor Barclay, of Washington C. 1L, chief of engineers during Governor Iload- lj's administration, and a prominent Knight Templar, Is In the city. He was present last night at the public installation of offi cers of Palestine coinmandery. Miss Nellid McLaughlin, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs Wm. Dickson, of south Market street and will remain until after Christmas. Miss McLaughlin has visited in Springfield before, and has many adm'rers In this city who welcome her. Superintendent James Fleming, of the county infirmary, returned last een!ng from Columbus, where he has spent the last two days in attendance upon the an nual state meeting of Infirmary officials The session was plesant and profitable. urprl Vonr Wire. The best place to buy a Christmas pres ent is at Xo. 3d east Main street, a White or a New Home sewing machine. These machines are sold for cash or on weekly or monthly payments. Call and examine tbem. Buy your toys at illUer's ArcadsTe Store. UNCLAIMED LETTERS Remaining In th Springfield, Ohio, Iot. ORlce, December 13, 1880. DOMSTIC. Adam, John V Uroeb, Edward Brown, Carrie Uutier. A I) Burner, Rachel A BUgs. bam Brown, Mrs Addis Ilurrls, 11 S Cowen. John Crabtree, Levi Cochran. Mrs M N Cook. Mrs MInul Crandall, W 11 T Hnn.Annle Frank. M L Faulkner. Mrs Sallle Ftnei. Miss Mary E Franklin. F. M Furman, Miss Ella Granger, Frank Grimes, Mrs Louisa Ueeht. Miss Mary Graham, Johnnie 8 Graham, Mrs J O Hayes, Grant Hearsun. Charley Hamilton. s A lllust. Mrs Morris E Barvey, A13s Vlck Heigh. Mrs Mattle JfTiMnt. Miss IIC Leonard. Miss May Littler. Miss Florence Lewis, Daniel Leflel. Kit J Madison. Mls Mary Manning, John Miller. D H Murphy. Mrs V If Morse. U A Moore. Mrs Jehu Parker. A I" Plerson. Mrs Jane KsinkpT. Johnnv 11 Robinson, Miss Ida Randalls, Clarence Robinson. Mrs Battle frhoemaker.Mlss Millie Taylor. Mrs J D Tulby. Miss Halla Tucker, Mrs Nannie Tucker, Mrs James Tyler. Mrs Jennie 11 Taylor. J 1 w alter. John White. Mls Maggie Walker. Miss Annie M Williams, Mrs Lula Wllsey.J F Williams. David Washington. George right, .Mrs .nana lni.ln Mrs William Wlniwt.J K Kirk, Miss Lottie R Yaker.Jolin roBKiof. Tuthlll.U Care A E Miller Bollenbach. Mrs Nora Weaver, BUlman, Riley Ada nciAOE. Churchill, Mrs L B Burbank.Otsrst n.Mnns ratlin? for these letters will please say "advertised." and give data of list. If not called for In one month thei will be sent to the Dead Letter umce. Letters must be directed to street and num ber In orur to nave mem pruiupnj mm uo rectly delivered. Js. Jonsov. Ss, P. M. ' ONE OF EOISON'S PROPHECIES TU Making or an Kronumlo Eloctrical Motor Merely a Hatter of Datall. Some azierlmouts which are now mnt luir ou both our elevated and surface roads with a view to displacing horses by electricity promisa better than any of the many attempt made during the lest teu years I remember Edison telling; rue one wintryday at Menlo Park in 1S73 that he thousht the inventors of the world hnd yet ten years' work ta d before an electric motor would be ready to do the work on hort lines of railroad. He had not the lightest donbt of the ultimata success of such a motor, ana proved nis own iaun In the future by investing a largo sum of money in experiments with a motor of his own upon a mile track he built ont nt j -. . -t nl, ,,-.. n,,s,,ncv ln thia noPtsisitll this particular direction docs not seem to have nvalied him mncn, aitnougn me same will which enabled him to work for three days and night without sleep, go to bed exhausted for two days anu men resume work has ended in fortune through the success of his llht H said at the time: "As compared with tome of our problems in electricity, the making of a practical and economic motor Is merely a matter of detail, mere are more than a hundred ingenious inventors at work npon the problem and not a month passes but som little step in nd vanct la mail. One man finds a batter method of construction, another devises an efficient brake, another reduces tho cost of the parts; one man simplifies here, another man improve there; and looking at the motor in Its imperfection of to-dny I should say that by lb90 at the latest we shall see it running noiselessly and swiftly in every largo city, doing the work of thousands of horses wlthoit noise, smoke or dust and nt less expense. This was nearly ten years nco and since then I have kept a pretty sharp eye upon all that has been- done in this direction. Edison himself, Stephen Field and Daft in this country have dono mncn; out. Judging by ome motors sent over hero very recently ami no' being neu cxjicn mentally on our surface roads, tho for elgners have got ahead of ns A car now running on the Eighth avenue road goes all day with the electric power stored in boxes underneath tho floor. Ills stepped and started far more easily thnn U the case with horses, and the coit of charging and Interest oa the plant is e.Ud to be less than the cost for horses. The same in ventor Who brings this car over says that the running of light carriages by elec tricity is an easy matter compared with the running of horse enrs, and that a buggy can be fitted up with a motor at no great cost, ana can easily carry a charge of electricity for a fifty mllo run. When the fifty miles of electricity, so t speak, are exhausted it will bo necessary to run the buggy to some dynamo station for a nw supply. "II., Jr." in Brooklyn Eagle. Ixtok to Tour Chimneys. Chimney ought to be examined fre quently to mak sure that thsr are no cracks ln them. It is an excellent plan to have the chimney ao constructed that It is never concealed by the wall of a room, thus preventing a thorough exami nation of It A house often bottles, and this cracks the chimney, but the crack is hidden. By and by firo makes its way out, and a "mysterious fire" results AE chimneys ought to be well plastered with good mortar outside and In when they are built, and the work of the mason should be inspected thoroughly to make nro he does a good job. The chimney should be cleaned at least twice a year. If this is done it will not be likely to "bum out" If it does get on fire throw a handful of salt into the stove. This will deaden the fire almost immediately. Remember this and it may be of benefit to you. Ameri can Agriculturist Oar Standing Army. Gen. Sheridan's report shows that we have now less than 55,000 men in our army. Of thee 2,103 are officers, so that we have an officer forevery 11 men. The highest number of soldiers cvor in the army was in ISIV5, when wo had about 500 mors than 1,000,000. In 1700 there was lea than 1,000, and in 1810, shortly before the second war with England, les3 than 10,000 men guarded the whole United States. Ton years later 12.000 wero suffi cient for aU our need. nd In 1843. at the clpse of the Mexican war, we had lsg than 50,000 soldiers, and only 100 or so more officers than we have now. In 1S01 the army jumped quickly from 12,000 to 186,000 men. It increased right along np to 1S65, when It reached tho enormous figure above stated. Frank O. Carpenter. Caleb Cushlng tray. Caleb Cashing had a sovereign remedy against the Ills of th Irresponsible and reckless interviewer. Always courteous to tho press, h received whosoever came. But he produced pen, Ink and paper and caused the reporter to write out distinctly the first question proposed. Then he dic tated deliberately his answer. Succeed ing questions had to be nut down in tho same definite form, and ho appended his answers as before. When tho reporter withdrew he wa fuUy supplied and had no reason or inducement to pervert tho record nnlesshe was utterly depraved." Detroit Free Press. London' Vaccination nilL From the official reports just published on the cost of public vaccination In Lon don It appear that the whole expense Is not leas than $600,000 a year In 1885 tho fees and attendant expenses reached f30,000 The cost of a calf lymph fac tory alone is over $15,000 per annum. The Inspectors and other ofllcers fill out the $800,000. Chicago Tribune, rteformmtloii of Convlot. Ohio "is about to undcrtako an experi ment In th reformation of con victs which will be watched with interest. An inter mediate penitentiary is being constructed in which will be Incarcerated "first terms" and "liht sentence" convicts for whose reformation there U hope. Frank Leslie's. A forty-cent china cup and saucer given away tomorrow to all buylug two pounds of ooffe at Miller's Arcade Tea Store. The man who sows taffy seldom reaps a crop of sugar cane. An elegant display of illUer's Arcade Tea Store. fancy goods at Baked apples and artificial creara Is th ' breakfast overture at the fashlonal hotel, Lived, the Other Died. ' A woman formerly our slave is now our cook. About eighteen months ago she be came sickl and had a cough and was con fined to bwl, and it was thought that she had consumption. The treatment by phj niriani failed to give relief. In December, 18M, a node or knot the Mro or a gooe egg formed just abme the pit ot the stomach, which when lanced discharged matter fur 8 or 1 months. One of these also formed under her arm, and three on her bark, which discharged matter for a considerable time. For six months of this time she was confined to Hie house, and most of the time in lied. The stomach often refused tood, bj rejecting what she had eaten. She used a great deal of medicine, hut failed to lie cured. 1 bought one bottle of jour B. B. B. (made in Atlanta, Ga.) and gae it to her ami she commenced to Imprm e. I then bought and gae her three bottles more.and she continued to improve and in tno months,' time her cough had ceased, her constllution ttrenelitened. apiietite and digestion good, all discharges ceased, nodes or knots disappeared and she went to work apparently liealthj- and fattened up greatly. This woman had a married sister of near same ago who was affected In precisely the same w ay and about the same time. She had node or knot on pit of stomaoh. back etc She did not take any B. B. B. and the node ou her stomach ate through to tho caltj She continued on the decline and wasted an ay, and finally died. These w ere two terrible cases of blood poison, one used B. B B. and was speed ily cured the other did not use it and died. It is most assuredly Hie most wonderful blood purifier. 1 refer to merchants of this town. Yours trulj, W. T. ROBINSON. Tishabee, Ala., May 1, ISM. A Sheriff Released. For a period of sixteen years I hae been afflicted with catarrh of the head which baffled the use of all medicines useij. Seeing the advertisement of B. B. B., I purchased and usfd six or seven bottles, and although used irregularly have reccuedVrcat relief, and recoiuend It as a good blood purifier. Signed J. K. HOLCOMBE.. JU. Sheriff of Haralson county, Ga. AH who desire full information about the cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings, I'lccrs, Sores, Rheumatism. Kiduej Complaints, Catarrh, etc., can secure bj mail, free, a copj of our SI page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled w in the must wo:id-iiulandstartlingproof ever before knovvu. Address, BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta, Ga. Best and cheapest teas Miller's Arcade tea store. and coffees at XoCnre, Jto Fay The terms "Never despair" and "While thUr.B Ufa th.'. t,nnA'' ,a IK. nflru f Dr. McMunn. Treats his patients to cure them, and uses without prejudice or regard for schools or "pathys" whatever will ac complish that result A man of 25 year successful experience Consultations ln person or by mail free to all. Permanently located at Springfield, O. Institute, labor atory and dispensary at 111 South Market street Hours S a. m. to 0 p. m. Miller's Arcade tea store buy Christmas presents. is the place to Lecture on Liberalism. Tho Hon. J. E. Remsburg, of Kansas, will deliver an eloquent lecture on "Super stition," iln Schaffer's hall, 1 SI west Main street on Saturday-, December IStlu AH are Invited. Admission free He is called by the Philadelphia Ledger the "Ingcrsoll of Kansas." flf Once and jouarecon KamJ wJ IX vinced that our adver tisements are not exaggerated when w e say Ono we have tne prettiest perfume, shaving, - ciyi no manicure and toilet cases and sets lnilTOin $14.1)1) Springfield. Don't buy till you have seen I them. Ad. BaKJiaus .t (Jo. llalf Fare on the lleo Line. The Bee Line announces that special holiday tickets will be sold at one fare for the round trip, between all stations on each division of the C. C. C. & I. railway and D. & U. railroad, December 24. 25 and 31, 1SS8, and January 1. 1SS7, good to return at pleasure until January 3, 1SS7, inclusive Children between the ages of five and twelve jearsvvillbe sold tickets at one-half these rates. For detailed information, ask any Bee Line ticket agent 1 . l. i o. it. It will sell tickets for the holidays on Decem ber 21th, 25th and 81st 1S, and January 1st. good for return passage until January 3rd inclusive, at one full fare for the round trip, between all stations on the N. Y. P. & O. It It For tickets etc, call on J. D. Phleger, agent 72 Arcade. LADIES Think our mani cure sets and our perfume cases are the prettiest and cheai est ever seen in Springfield. Ad. Bakhaus A- Co. A beautiful scrap card given to all free tomorrow, at Miller's Arcade Tea Store A Cxitn. To all who are sufferlnc from errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, free of charge. This great remedy was dis covered by a missionary in South America. Send sclf-addre-ssed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. Intnan, Station D, New York city. Sprlngdeld Steam Dja Work, and Hath Kooius. The special business of the Steam Dye Works at 21 north Center street is the cleaning, renovating and dyeing of all kinds of clothing so as to look as good as new. Curtains cleaned, feathers renovatcd.car pets cleaned, clothing dj ed without being taken apart, silks, velvets, dresses of anv kind, shawls and fabrics made equal to the daj- tiiej" were purchased. The bath rooms are tho finest in the city, and any person w Islung a hot or cold bath will lind it greatly to their interests to go to this well known establishment Handsome pictures given away tomor row, free, at Miller's Arcade Tea Stor. The men w ho marry most frequently money are the ministers. for FuM LIFt TO DEATH is bnt a moment if rheumatism or neural, pia strikes the heart. These diseases are the most painful and the most dangerous of any to which human kind is liable. They fly from one part to another without a moment's waminc;, and linimtnts and other outward applications are in them selves dangerouo because they arc liable to drive the disease to some vital organ and cause instant death. Rheumatism and neuralgia arediseasesof the blood, andean only be reached by a remedy which will drive from the blood the dangerous acids. Such a remedy is Athlophoros. It has been muiuuguij iKjitxi anu is a sale, sure cure. Robert Sprotbery, Driver on Cedar Ave Car Line, and wbo lives at 6 Cilendale Ave., Cleveland, Ohio, said in relation to his rheumatism : 1 have been troubled for about three years with rheumatism in mv hip. 1 have had many severe attacks, that rendered it imposaibleforme to work. These attacks would often last from four to six weeks, but I am glad to say I have found the medicine that masters the disease and drives it away. I ued Athlophoros for one or these bad attacks and with but a few doses 1 was rid of the rheumatism and pain Have vou had any return of the disease' was asked. Yes, I have never used Ath lophoros steadily, as I am well satisfied to use it as I do. As soon ns I feel ilie first symptoms of rheumatism I take a dose or two f Athlophoros and thus avoid the attack. I always keep it on hand and would not lie without it. Robert D. Smith, of London, Ohio, lias had an attack of rheumatic fever, whkli for a time rendered him helpless. One botlli of Athlophoros aired him, and though this was nearly two years ago, he has not had rheumatism since. Every druggist should keep Athlophoro. and Athlophoros Pills, but where they can not be bouaht of the druggist the Athlo phoros Co.," 112 Wall St., Xew York, nil. send cither (carriage paid) on receipt of regular price, which is f 1.00 per bottle for Athlophoros and 60a for Fills. For liver and kidney diseases, dy.pi!&, in digestion, weakness, ncrrous debility, auun Pf women, constipation, headache. Impure ocu' Ac-' A"PBro " are uncqualed. 4 Great Bargains POPULAR PRICES $10.00 Buys an all-wool Brown Ker sey Overcoat marked down frnm CIO Kf) ' U,U VfcJVJ $10.00 Buys an all-wool Black Chin- enma uvercoat, marxea aown from SI3 50. $10.00 Buy3 an all-wool Black Wors ted Overcoat, marked down The above styles of Over-, coats we are selling at cost of manufacture. Gentlemen who have delayed purchasing an overcoat are requested to ! examine them and the other BARGAINS WE IRE OFFERING I FINE OVERGOflTS FOR $15, $18, $20. THE LONDON CLOTHING UO. 29 South Limestone St. BR. A. A. BLOUNT Would respectfully announce that he has resumed the practice of Dentletry ln this city. Office and Uesldence 185 south Limestone st,' No. WEAK: UNDEVELOPED r 'art of the Bodr Enlarged, Developed n,l cuii inirui.r,iewiiioii!i.icm.ll4MMUa. t tJdrcw. E1US 1LEDICAI. OcC SurFALOTtf Iik X. THE PLAGE TO ZBTTZ" HOLIDAY PRESENTS Having decided to continue only certain branches of my business, I offer my entire stock, consisting of Gents' and Ladies' Gold and Silver Watches, a full line of all kinds of Jewelry, Lace Pins, GOLD PENS, PENCILS AND TOOTHPICKS AT THE LOWEST PRICES. SOME AT COST AND BELOW COST. Rogers Bros.' 1847 Triple Plated Knives and Forks at $3 per dozen ROGERS BROS.' A I TABLE SPOONS, $2 PER SET. TEA SPOONS, 90c PER SET. SPECIAL BAE,C3-AI2srs IIET ZDIAIJOICTIDS. C. C. FRIED, 6 EAST MAIN. CHR The finest and handsomest line of Holday Slippers ever shown in the city. Richly embroidered patterns in Silk and Chenille on uppers of downy plush and velvet. Designs in Patent Leather, Alligator and Kid. No more'suitable Holi iday Presents than a pair of these Slippers. ARCTICS, RUBBERS, OVERSHOES, Rubber Boots. We have a very large and full stock of these goods for men, women and children in buckle, button, high and low cut and self-acting. Our prices are as low as can be obtained in the city. ROUSE & PARSONS IVO- SO SOUTH MARIvET STREET. P - - x m BH'sdMBp0HRhkj' HB BiiiBiittflBHHi Men's and Boys' Linen Collar and Cuffs; also, Collar and Cuff Boxes for Presents. Hatter unit Furnisher, .I Ilnst Main. N. E. C. WHITNEY, Solicitor ot American and Foreign PATENTS AN COUNSELLOR IX ALL PlItST MiTTIHS. Room 5 Arcade Building, srRi:vGis'iKLr, - Branrh lt-tarls: Washington. D.C., Lon ion, tng,; 1 'arts, trance. PAUL A. STALEY, Attorney and Expert IH PATENT CASES, SOLICITOR OP PATE5TS. PLEtTO'VEip! dr. j. t. Mclaughlin, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, REMOVED TO IPS Went Main St. Telephone 45. Dr. Frank C. Runyan, dentist. 5T Rooms ln Buckingham' ButIdln;,orer SMurnhv Urn 'tStnra a Special attention Klvea to the preserving ef uiurei uwui JQOlyhAj . r v ano .A.T TIUE LOWEST JRICJES. Ear Rings, BE JLJJT1B 'TjnLi STMAS SLIPPER .. LAST BUT Wo IiaTe just reer-ired our fourth aud last installment of HOLIOAY GOODS MORE BOOKS, MORE BASKETS, MORE CUPS AND SAUCERS, E VASES, MORE IIBIUII More Cheap Albums, more Scrap Books. . More Brass Easels and Frames, New Goods in every department ; look at our Brass Umbrella Stands, $1.50, and Brass Top Tables, at $1.35. Special bargains in CHILDREN'S TOYS, BUGGIES, Cradles, Tables, etc. Come early next week. The rush will be dreadful. john McLaren & bro. Cash and One Price Dry Goods House. n TO BRASS SETS, BRASS HODS, CARVERS IN AND OUT OF CASES, PEARL, IVORY AND PLATED TABLE CUTLERY, COAL VASES. FIRE IRONS. HbNKY U. - FISHER Finger Rings, Ladies' Gold and Dia mond Collar Buttons, Sleeve But tons, Gents' Scarf Pins and other novelties. Bracelets at half their value; Gold Spectacles and Eye Glasses, Gold Headed Canes, NOT LEA ST I U 1 a JAPAN ESE TEAPOTS W SEMAN. -sv a. a. a. a. . BLOCK. 1 1 r SB ' t W J K - t "' :s k I 00S0h -s i ! ii i Hi i mi i t ii r ' nnnf MBMilmfiTi" . j- Jtek 'firlA TA'i ii. .&-- ;-s. . i mi in i Tm ilTteaBtf - - s r.mBimi-m.-3aj4aiemMaaamaaam