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WWW?Wjftfi&3?K3i'g! i.Mim...liW,wa. REPCBLTf1. TUESDAY E EIS 1IntG JNlAlU' 2r. Ikst. - -Xl i GO CD TEA The lapIJ advance of Coffee has created a better demand for good Tea, and Teas are now Cheaper than Coffees. Try our Young Hyson, 40c, 50c, COc, 75c a lb Oelon.Tea, black, COc, 60c, SOcalb. Japan, One natural leaf, 60c and 80c Imperial and Gunpowder, 60c, 75c lb. Oar English Blended Tra at 20: per 1-4 poand U extra tine. Simple Free tor the asking-. BARGAIN STORES, SI and 83 WMt Main 8U and 0 South Mar ket St, SprtDRfleld, O. PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WANTED. WANTED Br a thoroushly competent ller man woman a situation as cook In prirate family, boardlnc-house or hotel. Best of ref erences. Apply at 81 East Main street. &'m VPAXTED-Ladles. local or tra-elln. A II wonderful entirely new specialty for la dies only; Jl dally easily made; no photo, no valnttnc: particulars Ire. .Mrs. li. r. J.mie Chleaco. 111. a)rar -1TAXTEI-Lare boy. II Fireside mall-room Apply to Farm and T aNTED-A sood girl. Apply at 24 South 20-b Factery street. TITAXTEI) A Herman KM for .eneral house II work In small lamlly; sood -acei Ap ply at corner of Jeflerson and Market streets. WASTED fllrl to cook and do Keneral housework. Good waees and steady em ployment. Apply at once at No. 75 north Market street. " LADIES wanted: to get up Tea Clubs tor our pure Teas and Coffees. A host of useful articles to select from as premiums, fcend tor Illustrated Price and Premium List, Special Offer: To eyery tenth person that answers this advertisement, we will send free one pound of choice Tea. Address. National Tea and Coffee Co., Boston, Mass. TTr-AiiTED A man of temperate and moral II habits, seeking employment, to represent an old established house In his own section. Salary. It suited, 1100 per month. Kcferenee exacted. Am. Manufacturing House. 16 Bar clay street, JJ Y. WASTED Ladles and gentlemen In city or country can bare steady employment at home; distance no objection in canvasslnc Address Air Supply Co, Eliot street. Boston. Mass. Tubs' ITT ANTED A lire, energetic man, to repre II sent us: 175 per month. and expenses Goods staple; every one bays; outfit and par ticular! tree. Standard Silverware Co., Boston- FOR SALE. FOR SALE One Universal wood-worker, wood frame with counter-shaft. One 31 In. Iron frame wood-planer with countershaft. For price, etc-, address. Lock Box 301. spring field. 0. Bt FOR SALE OF TRADE. FOR SALE OR TRADE-Two ponies, well broke. In good condition; new harness lor same: new wagon. A good bargain can be bad. by calling on William Anderson, ellow Springs street and railroad crossing. lvt MONEY TO LOAM. MONEY TO LOAN In any amount on week ly payments. Call at office Springfield Building and Loan association. 6H east Main street, over Fried1! jewelry store, Monday evenlng.Jan.S. H" Kollee, DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSIIIP.-Tbe partnership heretofore existing between Kdwln L. Barrett. Edward L. Barrett ..nd Fred W. Barrett, under the Arm name of E. L. Barrett sons, has been, by mutual couseut of the parties, dissolved. Fred VT. Barrett withdrawing, to give his attention to another branch of the business. The business of the Arm will be continued by the two remaining members, under the firm name of E. L. Barrett k Son, to whom all accounts of the Arm are payable. Edwik L- BiKtrrr. Kdw.- L. BiaxtTT. 20-MonM FaspW.BiaarrT. M. F. Welsh, Plaintiff, against John R. Pritcb- ard and Harriet Prltchard. defendants. Before W.A.Stout, Justice of the peace of Springfield township. Clark county. Ohio, on the 3d day of January. 187. said Justice Issued an order of attachment in the above action for the sum of sixty-eight dollars. jAr.l4.1s87. M.F.WxLsii. N.W.AYER&SON ADVERTISING AGENTS BTJifsG PHILADELPHIA Cor. Che-Uat aa4 EU-th Pts. Beeelve Advertisement for this Paper ESTIMATESlrtrcaaFREE li--AYER & SON'S KAHUAL WANTEIX General agent, to wbolesale my new motor. Rare chance, good sal ary orSOc on the dollar. Address, with stamp F. M. Weaver, Indianapolis, Ind. (Name this paper.) r Ltendlog Advertiser should address GEO. P. HOWELL fc CO.. 10 SFBOCE STREET, NEW YOKK CITT, For SELECT LIST of 1.000 NEWSPAPERS. Will be sent rSEK on appllcatiop TJTTT7C! Insuntrellef. Final cure In ten i-LLmij, dayi. and never returns. No purge nosalve.no suppository. Sufferer! will learn of a simple remedy Free, by addressing C.J. MASON. TKNaaattN.V ARRESTED AS PEDDLERS. An Arbitrary Tillage Ordinance Works Affliction to Two Sprlnjtielders. .Randolph Coleman, esq., spent Monday In Yellow Springs, as counsel for Robert Houston and William Story, of the Atlantic Si Pacific tea company, Lagonda hou.se block, this city, who were arrested at Yel low Springs last Friday, for violation of the village ordinance on peddling. The defend ants have been going to Yellow Springs for a year past on Fridays, taking orders for Migar, coffee and tea, and delivering the hame on the following Friday. This natur ally aroused the opposition of the mer chants at the Springs, and December 24, 18SC, the village council passed an ordi nance exacting a license of from 5 to SIO per day for peddling In the village. It was under this ordinance that Messrs. Houston and Story were ar- Tho trial came off yesterday. S. V. Dakiu. E-... of Xenla, appearing in behalf of the village. The case was tried to Mayor Adams. Mr. Houston was dis charged, but Mr.Story was fined S10 and costs and five days in jalL The sentence was huieiided, l:oweer. until Mr. Coleman has time to file his bill of exceptions and the case will be taken up. Mr. Coleman ex pects to prove that the ordinance is uncou htitutional. and has five supreme court de cisions to sustain lib position. TVrvOv trifle with any Throat or i Vjxv V , Disease. If you have a. Cough or Cold, or the children are threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough, use Acker's English Remedy and prevent further trouble. It U a positive curey and we gnaranteo it. Price 10 and 50c Frank 11. Coolentz, corner Market and High streets. PRUSSIAN HEIPPERS Good News for Horse Owners. A SUltE CURE FOR HEAVES. These celebrated powders are, made from a recipe of a noted Prussian veterinary surnron, and have been thoroughly tested In this coun try. Tney are composed of pure vegetable remedies, and are a safe and sure cure for heaves and all ailments from which heaves arise, such as coughs, colds, lunir fever, loss of appetite, epl-ootlc. pink ere, distemper. As a lllood PuriUer. they have no equal. Price 50c per packaee. Made by the Prussian Heave der Co.. and for sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, risher'snioek. Main street, 3d Door West o tdmeatoncsprlngneld. - j co.mini; ATTKACTlons. j Black's. Bennett and Moulton Comic niwm mimanv. for one week, commencing Mnndar. Januarr 21. Wednesday and Saturday matinees. GitAsn. "A Night Off." Tuesday even ing, January 25. GitAsn. Robert Downing, "The Gladi ator," WedneMlaj and Thursday, January 2C and 27. tiKAM. Saturday night. January 29, Agnes Hemdon. LOCAL BREVITIES. Officer Ed. FunilssV wife is tery ill. Mr. George t'rowell left this morning for San Francisco. Some important and interesting I .agouda matter is unavoidably crowded out until tomorrow-. The (!. A. U. bs?ar executive committee will meet at the G. A. IL hall Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Robert Moore, drunk; John Casey, drunk and disorderly, and James Anderson. loit ering, were arrested jesterday and last night. Mr.John Klnnane received by the Adams express today a fine deer from his brother-in-law, Charles Creamer, of Santa Fe, New Mexico. It was a beauty. Sam. Haines and Mike McDermott had a rattling fight on the hill last night and both are now in the station-house charged with being drunk and disorderly. In the mayor's court yesterday Mrs. Reedy was fined S3 and costs for drunken ness while William Atlake. Annie Bear and Jerry Contiell got the usual $1 and costs for being drunk and disorderly. Mrs. Mary Snyder, wife of PeterSnyder, one of the trustees of German township, residing about a mile west of Lawrence ville. met with bail accident last week. As she was returning home from Urbana the buirgy slipped on the road and overturned. Mrs. Snyder was thrown out and lur collar bone was broken. She is getting along as well as could be expected. Eleuaiitly engraved c.irds have been re ceived at the Rkpl'ui.ic office, bearing a steel illustration of the "Hotel RufTner," the magnificent new house just completed at Charleston West Virginia, of which John McGoiiegaL formerly ofLthe Arcade this city, is manager. The Ituffner is a splendid pile In appearance and with Its turrets, domes and princely pillars, looks quite like a state building. It Is the finest new hotel in the south and under Mr. Mc Gonegal's management, its success goes without saying. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible couch. Shiloh's Cure Is the remedy for you. For sale by F. A. Gar wood. Portsmouth Flooded With Advertising Matter. A circular letter from lion. James Em mitt is being left at every house. Among man other attractive posters we see over town, we notice the following: "The deaf can hear! The blind can see, and the lame can walk! after using Emmltfs Won derful Discovery." 1L H. Lansiso. Dr. Lansing being one of the pioneer druggists of southern Ohio, his endorse ment of this powerful remedy carries great welslit District Recorder. Merely because there are people who relish Emmitt's Wonderful Discovery as a bet erace, don't chance the fact that it is x sure cure for Neuralgia and Rheumatism. The above clipping from the Methodist Dlntrfcf Recrirtlcr goes to show that this powerful ialn killer is something more than six-year-old whisky, as some people seem to Imagine. Wellston .-trtrn. "Not Ollen." We do not often refer editorially to the value of medicines advertised in our col umns or commend them to the public. But we feel free to depart from this rule In the case of Gooch's Mexican Syrup. For coughs and colds it is invaluable, and in consumption we believe it is an infalable remedy If the case is not too far progressed. vVe have tried this remedy in our own fam ily and have seen the good effects In others wbo have used it in cases of severe colds which were fast running into consumption, and In every Instance rapid and permanent cures were effected, and that, too, when all other remedies resorted to had failed. We honestly believe It is the very best remedy for couchs, colds and consumption ever put upon the market, and think it should be placed in all drug houses for its actual value and for the great and speedy relief It fur nishes In all lung troubles, including bron chitis for which it is a sovereign remedy. Editorial Piijua Joimiiil. The presence of Wittrock and HaighLthe convicted Adams express robbers, at the trial of Fotheringham, the messenger. Monday, to testify, has been refused. The supreme court will be asked for a writ of habeas corpus and testllidandum. "TJP ..ft.. Trould enjoy your dinner -, -j--- anaarBprevenuTe. I ohIo jf-tural 0as .nd ivtroleum Oil com pepsla, use Acker's Dyspersia .Tablets. ,u 8UWesso-, or ,,.. .,,.. r in-y ef"":" tu "ArZ2xJZ t inr irinwTui ri a.T-f-r?y ."C"r e guarante. tnem. so anu uv -.- Frank 11. Coblentz. corner Market and High streets. Wm. H. Baldwin received a verdict in Ihe U. S. court, Covington, giving him possession of thirty thouand acres of dis puted laud In Ilowan county. Ky. C V(HXSOW mZji EH-lr why Acker's t. .-.-i i inu It I. ,a lvt Rlrwl Proration known. It will ri. .ii- T-iitii ini...,ifin.," "ixm. This iirdlnance and all 'whole ETstem, and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Remember, we guarantee it. Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. y . . '. . .. A meeting of live stock exchanges is in session at Chicago. WILL YOl SUFFKU with PysiiepsU. and Liver Complaint ? Shiloh's Vltalizer Is guaranteed to cure you. For sale by F. A. Garwood. IMMENSE GAS PROJECT. An Ordinance to Be Introduced in Coun cil Tonight to Have Natural Gas Piped to Springfield. The Great Cranberry Man.li Well In Mercer County to .Supply the City The Scheme In Full, Willi Some Ksplnnntloua. A ereat deal of semi-official and simula tive matter has been published on the ub Ject of introducing natural gas into Spring field by pipe-line. Appended is a verbatim copy of an or diance which has been drafted for intrwlue flnn in eonnMl tnnlirhL lrrnntlne the South- western Natural Gas and Petroleum Oil company, of Dayton, the right to lay and maintain pipes in this city. The project, briefly, is tu pipe the gas from the great Cranberry Marsh well in Mercer county, to this city, a distance of about forty-five miles. Tim well has a capacity of a.000,000 cubic feet a day 1 , tnree times mat ui me ininous n.ai rn I at Findlay. The plan is necessarily as jet in a immature shaiie. but the project con-. templates the piping of the gas through Lima, Plqua, Trov, Dayton, Springfield, : and possibly Urbana. A vahe Is to be, placed at the edge of the city where the supply pipe enters the town, so that all tas over and above a certain pressure would ; harmlessly eccape. i The ordinance to be Introduced tonight Is as follows : I An Orilinnnre (Irantlns to the Southwestern Ohio Natural. Uas and Petroleum (Ml csmnany the right and prtvlleue to lay, maintain and operate ' gas pipes In the city ol Srrtui;neld, Ohio, tor heatlm: and power purposes. Sectio.v I. Bo it ordained by the city ' council of the city of Spriugfield, that sul ject to the terms, conditions and provisions or this ordinance, there Is hereby granted to the Southwestern Ohio Natural Gas and Fe-1 troleuni OH company, its successors and as- , slims, the right of way along, through and under the streets, avenues, lanes, allejs and public places In said city, for the puniose of j laying, constructing, maintaining and using and ojeratlng one or more lines of gas mains, and branch pipes, with necessary i feeders, service plies, drips and other de-1 vices necessary' for the successful ojieration of said lines and pipes in the conducting, supplying and delivering natural or pro-' dueed gas U consumers thereof for heating and power purposes. Sec. II. Whenever such company or cor- i oration shall desire to lay down, relay or , extend their gas pipes through any of the streets, alleys, avenues or public places of said city, application for that purpose shall , be made to the city civil enrineer ot said city, and permission therefor obtained in writing before making any excavations or , doing any other work In that connection, and all excavations madeaud all work done under the jiower and authority conferred by ' this ordinance on the streets, alleys, ave nues and public places of said city, shall be ' under the direction of the city civil en gineer and the approval of said engineer . and the city council of said city. Sec 111. Such company or corporation shall not open or incumber more of any street, avenue, alley, lane or public place at any one time than may be necessary to enable it to proceed with advantage In laying such main, feeder or service iiipe, more than ' shall liave been previously authorized by , the penult in writing obtained! from the city civil engineer;, nor shall said company or cor-j pnration permit any such street, alley. ! avenue, lane or public place to remain 0en or encumbered for a longer ieriod than i may be reasonably necessary to execute the work for which the same shall have been opened, nor without putting up and main- talnlngthe necessary barriers and lights, so as to effectually preveit the occurrence ' of accidents In consequence of such ojien- i ing or encumbering of such street, alley, avenue, lane or public place. i Sec. IV. Whenever suchoouipanvor cor- j poration shall open ground in any street, alley, lane, avenue, or public place, it shall forthwith, after laying such main, pipes, etc.. In the same, restore the pave ment, sidewalk and ground to a condition equally good as before at its own exjieiise. and said company shall also at Its own ex pense put and keep any portion of the street, pavement, planking or macadamizing removed by it for sucli purposes, in as good condition as the street was before such work or removal, and shall keep the same In as good condition for one year thereafter. If said company or corporation shall fail to do any of the work required by this sec tion; within a reasonable time, the same may be done by said city and the said com pany or corporation shall be liable for the cost thereof. Sec. V. Such company or corporation shall do no permanent Injury to any street, j sidewalk, alley, avenue or public place, or. in any manner unnecessarily disturb or in- terfere with any water or gas mains, or any sewer that Is laid by said city or any other j authorized persons, company or corpora-' tion; also said Southwestern Ohio Natural, Gas anu l'etroieum uii company snaii save said City of Springfield harmless from any aud all damage or injury which it may at any time incur by reason of any excava tion that shall be by it made under this ordinance or by reason of conducting the natural gas through the streets, alleys lanes and public places In said city, by said company or corporation, for Its use or the uses as aforesaid. Sec VI. Whenever the city council of the city of Springfield shall determine to pave or otherwise Improve any of the streets alleys, lanes or public places of said city, said company or corjioration shall, if required so to do by ordinance of said city, lay down its mains and service pipes in and along the property so tc be Improved at") such times as the said council mav direct Sec. VII. The Southwestern Ohio Nat ural Gas and Petroleum Oil company, its successors or assigns, shall make connection with the mains or branch lines, and lay service pipes for furnishing natural gas to consumers adjacent to said lines who may desire to use the same, provided that in the opinion of the said city council the amount of gas consumed by such parties will justi fy the laying of said pipes and making said connections. Said service pipes to be laid by said company to the curb line on all streets oi avenues without expense to said parties desiring to use the same. SEC Mil. Should said the Southwestern :, - fall to prosecute with reasonable diligence the work of bringing natural L-as to spring- fieId for thc forein-K pun0.s. and fail to , furnish a supply of the same by the first iday of January, A. D. 1SSU, the franchisee t and privileges herein granted may, by a resolution duly passed by said city eouncil he declared forfeited, when all rights herein granted shall by said forfeiture cease and determine. The rights to further regulate the furnishlni? nf said nntnral irn tn in!i. t sumers shall Ikj Mtbjert to both terms and conditions as said city eoincil and said i company or corporation may hereinafter de- Wirhft. iit-ra-it. i-mni-.i uTi-tll lia ciitilunt 4.. anyjgeneral ordinance or ordinances that may be hereafter adopted by said city coun cil, regulating the mode and maimer of lay ing aim relaying and repairing the mains and pipes, conductors, connections and drips aud the conducting of .as throuch the streets, lanes, alleys and public places i of "aid cit' ,lot inconsistent with the pruvl sions f this ordinance. ' S)c- IX- As a consideration for the i passage of this onlinance and the privilege BOOTS, that it confers, said company alion. its successors or assigns, or rorpor-s-hall with- in Maty days after the passage enter into an agreeineut with said city in such form as the citv .solicitor .shall lirevribe, that It will perform the terms and requirements of this The Bennett and .Moulton comic opera orilinaiu-e on Its part, and will furnish gas company commenced a week's etigaiceiuent to all iMT-ons nspiiring It In the city of at Black's i)iTa house last night, to per Springtield (so far as !.aiil roriwratlmi may , haps the largest audience that ever ossein-. lie able.) without prefen-nee or favoritism, bleil in a Springfield theater. It wasa study on tspial terms and at reasonable prices, to watch the assembling of the tasterowit. reference being had to the cost of produc- , People fought for a chance to get Into the Ing and delivering the same, and the prices of like supplies In other cities. FAIR LADIES' BEAUTY ENHANCED. A. Morel rroreulon That la Dne Woman Devotion to Good Looks. u ! Chicago Hernld. The "Doctor" is note general practitioner. She devotes herself wholly to removing su perfluous hair from the faens of the sex to which a bearJfti face is a LlemUn, not au attraction, save when arrayed on the freak platfurrn of a museum. When The Ilerali scribe rang the liell the other day a soft and womanly voice tade him enter, and with much trepldati n the reporter entereJ tfie shnno. The doctor's assistant was the only occupant "Do we BnJ many patrons!" she said, witb a pleasant laugh, echoing the reporter's first qudiy. "Yed, indeed. You hare no idea how much it hurts a woman's sensitive ni ture to have a lew conpicuous hairs on ber faca. In her anxiety to gst rid of them she vill try all sorts of lotions ani washes, none of which does any permanent good, and fre quently. Instead of lesenin: the growth, makes it worse. Depilatory piasters are more generally used than any one would imagine, but they never give an relief. Since we cam' here we have had all the pa tients wa could take care of." "What is your treatment!" aikej the In vestigator. "Just this little needle " was the answer, holding up a tine cambric needle fastened in a little black rubber holder, "and an elec tric battery. We have to take eech hair separately, Insert the needle In as far as the root and the electricity kills it forever. Generally we remove about ISO hairs at a sitting, and it takes half or three-quarters of an hour." "Does it hurtP naturally followed her ex planation. "Not in the least" Then, with a glanct at the few stray hairs the scribe was fundi; caressing, she added: "It me show you on your mus " "No, no; excuse me." interrupted the vic tim with more ha-ta than politeness, as she toyed with the Instrument of torture an 1 looked longingly at the fertile Said for her occupation; "1 should prefertohaveyou de scribe the hensation." "It's just a little bit of a stine, anl after the first few applications it's rather pleasant than otherwise. The co.tl That depen is on the growth that has to be removed. Some ladies have occasionally pill $10 or "), ani have been glad to have the blemish re moved even at that, price In a number of cases it has cot from tii to 122, but gen erally $5 or $10 covers the expenses. Lvdies are intensely wn-itlve in regard to such a defect Nine out ot t3n of them wear veils when they corns ani go. and two of them wouldn't sit in the same room tor worlls. Eveu two friend similarly afllictod will never dUcuss the subject It is utterly ta-boo-xl." It Is less thaa ten years since this system of removing an abuormal growth of hair was discovered and given the name ot eotro IvsU. Every reputable pbyJciau knows that the plan works successfully, but it is too slow and exacting to suit impatient mas culinity, while woman seems naturally adopted to it Besides, woman has a defter loucu -iu a pa lien i. ui-.. iun-. ,?., . patient that ma9i Uer, rule, fin iiiconiparablj' better operator. Pull-ncr the Lair out uM to Le frequently rosort-I to bj the Udi-4, but a few applka-1 tions of this heroic stylo of treatment showed tbem that it was a useless waste of energy. Tne hair grew out immediately, Occasionally some one would try to inject some sort of an acid solution into the hair sacs, but that left bad blotches and scars, and the gentler cox had ust about give up in despair when electricity came to their aid. Cases are recorded whore as many as 5,000 hairs have been removed from out woman's face, and from I.OiW to J.UJU is iy no means au uuusual number. A l'henorarnat M.mory. Youth's Companion.) Men who li,li3 shopping anJ wb.r b the man who does not! should Inform themselves in regard to the meaning of "a few little things," as women interpret that 11 - .. --I--..-. tl C. ,-h nt.l -ague -iuj oi pur-. ji. o "ui-i to mo-e from the city to a imall town near uy in wnicn mere were uuv uoo ur i-.-.tores. He would be in the city every day. and azreed to purchase the "few little -- " -. .; ' .. . , , ... .,, thing,- hu wife could not buy in the village ,t' ., t .. .... i .! -ou'd better put them down on a pwe. , raiJer. saiu ir. o -. -ou .wu w give her first order. -Oh no,' said Mr. S ; "my memory lagood." "Well, then." began Mrs. S, a ipool of & Coatee' black thread." "Yes," said Mr. 8.- "A yard of not too light and not too dark calico." -Yes." "A small hammer, a can of peaches ol the Iaadena brand, a dozen mall pearl on one ide and satin on the other." -Yea" said Mr. 8- thoughtfully. "A pair of slipper, for baby, a dozes i . vi .,ts.K-.h . -m.--i 7,W-, - fc- . --.-., - , -, , two ounces of tkv-blue Oermantown yarn, . .ii.i t.. .,hi -- ,-o-.i. nellets. a " . . ...... .. "Wait a second.' said sir. a., countinz on hl fin-r. nd l.mbincr nemlexad. "And a bottle ot vanilla extract, and a I yard of triple box-pleated crepe lliw ruch-. may require surgical treat iient, snouia con T i .i., -.-iI f .'-,.ii.hnvi n.in. I suit him before February 1st, that time may inc. and thre. yards of small-checked naln. took, and" Ilut Mr. S had seized his hat and wai running for the .tation. What the poor man brought home was yard of bed-ticking, three yards of black crape, a bottle of vinegar, eight yards ol nankeen, a scrub-brush, a pound cf green yarn, sixty spool of "coat thread." a yard of very light and a yard of very black cal ico, and a pint bottle of homowpathic pilU "There, my dear." he said, triumphantly, throwing down his numerous packages, "I don't think you'll find a thing miss ng. Wuo says a man can't do shopping! My memory nev-r played me false yet." lll.tory Iteprata Itaelr. IN'ew York JoumaLl "rapa, did you ever smoke when you was a boy I' askei a 10-year-old Brooklyn lad who was vlgorou-ly chewing ooltee to dls gute the vile odor ot a cigarette which clung to him stilL "Ye, onoe," replied tbs father, as be sniffed the smell of tobacco in the air. "What did your papa say V asked the boy, with unusual intere-.t. -He didn't say a word, my eon; but this il what he did when he found it out." When the father finished the temperature of fits scion was several degrees hot! Jr than the ambient atmosphere. ltallnay Travel In India. (Chicago Journal Railway travel in India has many curl ous feature . The Brahmins, who objected to the innovation on the ground that pil grims would travel by rail instead of on foot, aro now udng the new mode ot travel tnemtelvea. Tney even occupy the simi oars with ordinary mortals, and thus a lev elmg blow has been struck at ca,U assump tion. In thi way tlie railroad is of great social as well as commercial Importance. I Oold bullion reaches an annual product of 1 400.000 In Georgia. NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY SHOES AND SLIPPERS ! AMUSEMENTS. Last Might at lllnrk'a "-A Might Off" Company anil ltotert Downing nt the ;rnmt. auditorium and secure even standing-room. The stairways and hallways were filled with a jostlimr. pushing throng, while the mob about the bo-otlice resembled the crowd that besiege the ticket-wagon at a circus. Kinallv. some time before the ier- formance, .Manager Waldmaa had to close up the box-oflice and refuse to sell any more tickets, as the theater was theu packed to a condition that ren dered respiration a novelty. It Is under stood that Colonel Waldinan Is (lining a sign "Breathing Room Secured in Ad vance Without Extra Charge" painted fur the. rest of the week's engagement "Glrotle Glrolla" was the opera piesented and the erforinance was as a w hole very satisfactory quite as good, by the way, as many a one that Springfield people have paid "."i cents and 31 to see. The lyric strength of the company is not so marked as last season, but the lack is more than compensated for by the skilled and we'l balanced orchestra, with a talented lady pianist us conductor, which the company carries. A competent or chestra gives a stability, a finish, a fire to an ojiera, the lack of which nothing can make up. The cast was excellei.L Mfss Delia Fox, as "Girotle and Girotla," the twin sisters, was bright, piquant and effective, and her sparkling rendition of the drinking sone met with an Imperative encore. Charles A. Bigelow was quite funny as "Don Bole ro," the leading comedy part, and is built for the typical comic opera comedian. T. V. RIeketts was excellent as "Mourzouk," the Moor, and "looked the part." The other characters were In acceptable hands. Tonight "The Queen's Lace Handker chief;" Wednesday's matinee. "Pirates of Penzance." and tuneful old "Mikado" Wednesday evening. "A NH1IIT 0-F" COMI-AXY. This evening the doors of the Grand opera house will le thrown open to those who wish to hear the production of "A Night Off." It is the latest from Mr. Daly's lien and pronounced by those who have seen it as being a grand succes. The Indianapolis Sentinel says : There was Incessant laughter at the Grand opera house last night for a brighter and more enjoyable performance has not been seen In this city during the present season. "A Night Off" Ls a most refresh ing and orlgiual comedy,; full of genuine humor and altogether free from any sug gestion of coarseness and vulgarity. Jl'Mt'H C.ESAK ASH THE (1LADIATOIU On Wednesday and Thursday evenings. January 20 and 27, Robert Downing and his magnificent company will appear at the Grand oera house, and the advance sale of seats now shows that he will have two large audiences. Mr. Downing will play the (iladlator on Wednesday evening and Julius Cse-sar on Thursday evening. Mr. Downing is 30 years old and has been on the stage 12 years. He began as a call-boy at the Konl theater, Baltimore, where he plays all next week. Secure your seats at once at Har ris's cigar store. I BURGLARS ABROAD. Tliry Itrenk Into Y. II. rretxiuan'a Stor nnd Steal Sumlnjr School Money. Sometime last nlicht bnrRlars f ffictel an entrance Into the bakery and confectionery of Mr. W. II. Tretznian, on south ilarket tre1t. anil stole betweeti e.K.-t and nine dollars. Entrance was effected through a door on the alley-way lu the rear ot tlie oakery. i The door was fastened with a padlock which could not be forcod. The burglars. therefore, kicked in one of the large panels of the door, thus making an opening large j enough for a man to crawl through, ' After getting inside they' passed through the bakery Into the store proper, and there tapped the till, which contained between eight and nine dollars in nickels ami one and two-cent pieces, the money being a Suuday school collection which Mr. 1'reu man had on bauds. Beyond a few candles nothing else was taken. (VvA and reliable Medicinal are the best VJ VW to depend upon. Acker's Blood El- i-t-fcuheennrescribed foryearsfor allim. purltleoftheBlood. IneveryfonnofScrof- iou. g-punitlc or Mere-rial diseases, ItU " Sv -ft a . .. to- a-k Jnvaluable. roruueumaiuiin, uuuwjmu. . Frak n Coblent-t (, Market and 1 High stroota. i 10 persons wisniug iu visu vuc ouuui . .S, tllft , w. will sell excur- . - tl . ..1.1. ,1. !. 11.. .1 sion tickets at greatly reduced rates. For fmVbn ,fonnto- Jall at the Ulllon de- pot, Springfield, O. A Card. To all who are suffering from errors and Indiscretions of youth, 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 llev. Joseph t. Iaman. Station I), New York city. Don't Neglect Your Kj-. I Any In this community who may be af- , fleeted with dbase of the eye. ear or . throat, or who may require perfect fitting . classes for painful or defective vision, or -- .. l. .,. . ' who maj uc iu iircu ui oii.u. ..cj, will do well to call atone upon IT. 1. r. UILss Main - the eye and ear Institute, 29 west Main ' 0,u. j !, n.111 rtiifv frmn thrt fltv will remove from the city "--h - '"- t Within a few weeks. Cases of blindness, cross eyes, etc that be had to effect a cure. The great success that has followed Dr. Bliss's treatment of over thro thousand cases at the Institute is a sufficient guaran tee of his skill In the treatment of diseases of the eye and ear. It is an acknowledged fact, by a multi tude of exnerienced witnesses, that Dr. Teague's Great Medicated Air Inhalentj Itemedv will positively cure catarrh, asth ma and all bronchial and pulmonary affec-1 tions in almost even" instance. Xo model of treatment so convenient or effectual. A trial Is sufficient to convince the most skep tical of its wonderful merits. Call for cir culars. For sale by M. W. Webb i Co., Arcade drug store. XjTJ3D31iO"V7"?S PECTORAL SYRUP For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Soreness of Chest, and Recent Throat and Lung Troubles. Palatable, Efficient and Specially Adapted to Children. PRICE, 25c AND 50c. KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE. pv IIS I J ra W. ! I F J& J . r I 1 I 1 f I Pharmacist, No. MOVING ! HATS, CAPS ZFTTIRS CHEAP T1GUGL1H , joeppu "b ppEB-Es" SONS 7,rV?i;". tullabT.CUcln-tU O.' rt r finrn -. t-a - leptm tul .11" IIU-IICA" t Is erlslaftl pkaM. 4 w 1 IS. -ign,s id. miimi, rau.n etna taa pin.t .1 Himfi BUrk Tta klAlekbl. H.ula, Cls Cwr a H.autnn 1J nl tcr rttblc.' .Lbortt tad r"slU prtcli t!l u Ikt iplcur. bJ Lftinl.f. WEAK MEN -n&TTRff frrwri ls-r. 3 r.-a D.- Illf. Iaak nfiiHi. i Wells-, f4C.rC-U.UIi rsl I(hM ls.M 7 3IAKSW.U T .k -! tw. Soi) Wll-,rtC,ritlunjrfi-tni iiitIlcrrtio-i or CimtM rrl -hMt ll.Ha-k -WI-.bT t- GKKAT aiAltSlHJt TKKATJfKST. -M uk lw. Should rrmd by F-SS . Mr1xJ In MADE STRONG td. Un.lt Of I 1 tMirNjtJS. 1 WG frTt with lfttrJnnnfvItMtaIliMK. ' HDBTAUDrajrnvn ia d.-l Dt MsVa mnni wnnbiiibwi -.Yrinr ivi i- r ivi n iSH1PMAN AUTOMATIC STEAM ENGINE T Bi a--4 RtattMtiy pvrpuMa. UtJ usvlt-4 btei-aialU-fl-E-Ui. ao tea ort 1cm U-ta 1 fUtou of 1U. r or !.! T UfU ww k. ramp-, Jtc Odu4IM. Srad toe tUmm-ted i A3 pno um, mt. J.J.WXTBOUS, subsmm. cut. a CONSUMPTION. I hr..rUlr. fmttf U UM slM-.d":brlu im tPMa.ds .1 rbi f tb ort kta.1 s4 hwii undiBC S.v. twa cur . In4.l. . .trAMf 1. mj f.lth la lit .OirftrT, th.t 1 will Mnd Tffll OTTLS FREE, t-tb.rltb.VLCXZLX TEE-TIS.nlbl.aMM to.nr&Crr. OI..lf".ndP. O. ddrt. S-.T.-.-DCC, llir.18L T -------. T nTTn -,inllv JlARYtLLUUo jlbjlUJil t DISCOVERY, Whollv unlike Artificial Siitems Cure of Mind Wanderinis Any book learned In one reading. Prospectus, with opinions of -Mr. Proctor, the Astronomer. Hnns. W. "Y Astor. Judan P. Benjamin. Drs. Mt-or. Wood and others, sent post t ree. Dy PROF. LOISETTE, 237 Fifth Avenue, - New York. A great imp -nseut o-rr the old rtjK Pir-rutf UTlSiyr rrom bS of t HAIL Xteofbrvtqu-llt TaalstL Cumllr u idi d. forMWbrllud. ware lrlen ILlf doftn Morted alar. Ml to aay a.Vlr m,lm.tae-tMldtonrr Iptof tlwL ualj t,- tU UWKD 8tOU uiilyo Itt, U-UWd.. FauclMt-le,.T IC-TIIIII CURED! U-4 i rIMU t UKU nil. cea- nU I IllllflTUmt-IBMtltlUl GERMAN ASTHMA CURE mot rlolent attack . -Max comioti In-t-Latlr tt11-TC-U imot Ttolent attack : iMnxt-i comlottabia t-eep. rTavt-i (-npv-i rhr tji nthr rnEediea xau. S waiUnc far rrsultb. It la Immediate direct nnd eennln, uf m eareU effrcted la alt CURABIlrCAfKJ Xl Mrsuaur fl mm. kw w mj -.- Sm. M. Lea. JR. rmmL. Mmm -t vm MtlnlT rwlaraA to tMlt- y Oflvu Amm. O-aaa atUaa Car. I. aS TM ela-i far Ik Its - - rrf. g. r. la. u. Cw-flk J. c . nbTtleiaa taoaaa. a uoaaaa anaaia t-ai-. 11 rifU a.- Mr. M. U TfiA i J-r-. Oal. Tbn I'- at ilaar Ut- ate. 1.M; -MjU .. nrra.n Aal.ma Care isKll! br all dnv. flaUatSOe.aadMl.orarat bj-maUjnmtlrt' of price. Trial pacare i f r- tour addiraa IS. M.IKur.Ul COAL! COAL! & 1HS. Urueatone St., Springfield, O. TKLEIMIONK NO. 1.13. mn TEA ' LE3L-Bf eBsMssli' BtH nlsr LUDLOW & CO. 55 East Main Street. iHaLET.THIS ADVERTISEMENT BE YOURRmsfB ! ffl GOLDEN ARQYlHS Ifrfe hqmesI sailing from the "' raMj FO R : ALL FRAGRANT FLOWER (AND f f If J if iff BALMY hprida. V : 'PJ IpoOR MArfe flFBQGHTEDVIIHCOfOHt( kf' ' II t A chance HEALTH& PROSPERITY.! K Af I SjARICMANSf- 20.000 s. VW HfeOPPORTUruIY; acres free vv vvoa T MlHl rZ V X2 JThHJIwksm FT!XViH-ssi . FLORIDA FREE HOMES and I III I 0EANQS OE0YE3 I . IIU 111 III H K;tMBBtBsJJgswawBir--y ttttm S stitissi,ooT.t.H WITHOUT MONEY and WITHOUT PRICE ."OO City Building Lots. 90 000 ) ,n 21 to 40-Acre Tracts I Every Word of thisadvertiao- M A I sW)WWW I mentis important. TJon'tmisa fill I ACEESJALL FREE!!". PROFIT BY IT. ItUforlUU Wedfjiirt to Imprest lhat tMs announce , ment mram exactly what It ayi that every applicant can secure, ikolctrlv rarrnF int rHR-Kin the ld. oie of the abote iHvi- innsof valoahU Flniiila property X. trick! No juexllns of worfls! It means exactly that nothing less, nothloe more. How to Secure Free Land. Wehavejuit iueJ a Balloon View o( 5t. Andrew' Bay. Fla.. In cl'ir.from hlrhmay be obtained a very correct IdeAof theextreme- j ly t orable and beautiful location of -mr prop- t eriy. inorarrt aeirayat ieat a portion oi the ?rr lare cot of adTertl.ini;. we will charge t5cnM for mailing thin picture to ap plicants. With the picture will be ent a numbered Free Land Warrant In a seMed envelope, t pon Its receipt you vrtll open the envlope. sii.n your name tn full on the proper blanks, so that a Warranty Deed can be made In your name. and return th same t us. A deed for the ptece ot land called for by the Free land Warrant will be Immedi ately executed In your name No charjre of any kind will be made for the Free Land War rantthe property will be absolutely free. It your application Is received after all th lands are disposed of.you will be so notified .and the e you send for the House Plans fee re turned to you. TO BE READ IN CONNECTION WITH ABOVE. With a broader business policy than has characterized any othf r southern corporation we have steadily appreciated the relative lalue ot land and people. We are holding lor our own profit certain lands to he sold loth-Iu ture: the balance is offered KKEE AS AIll to all who apply In time. A little more than one year aco the Pt An draw's Day R.R. and Land Co. acquired eou trnl of upwanl of soo.ooo acres of the most desirable lands In the state of Florida, situa ted around about the beautiful Hay of St. An drews, on the southwest Unit coast. Before the war the town known as St. Andrew's Hay was the home of many wealthy people, who bad souht the shores of the beautiful bay as a location where could be found In their hlxh eit perfection the peculiar delights of a Flor Ida home. During the war the town was bom brdert by a federal fleet, and nearly swept out ot existence. The Inhabitants tied, abandnn Inz their shattered homes to the torch and pillage ot the en-ray. and not until about ten years ago was there any attempt made to re occupy the town This t'ompany Iwran active operations a little more than a year ago. Since that time there has hen the most rem.trxat!e "boom" created forSt. Annrew's Bay tht has ever been known in the Flower State. Last winter more than .Vrt visitors from all parts of the country reached that point In qnestof Florida horres. Knslness anddwelllne houses have been erected by the hundred Property TVCC AH taxes hare been paid "n TnAt theselaudsup to March 17. and this Company will pay them Kln at that . - n.i. ur hAth nn iti nn land and those disposed of under this Ureat Free Offer. date rl IAD-MTV Wewlllbuyanyprop t-aUnrtAlV I T ertydispoiedot under this Great Free Land Offer, that Is substan tlally Improved dnrlng the next two vears.and pay at Ihe rate ot $10 per acre, with the cost of the building Improvements added. Dy that time property will lie worth $ 00 per acre. OUR Et-aE,3G-El.--33irOlS- Th.,i rhn hr done business with us. In one day the following list of applicants se cured Orange Urove Tracts, ranging In size from 2H tn in acres each, pace In god news papers costs too much to give a list of all wao hare received free property at our hinds. Each one nf Ihe following I'st can testify. If he Is so disposed, to the absolute fidelity of our IW. Mcf'ann. Tyrone. Pa. I W. A Klnsloe Lockhaven. Pa Salem Hlll.Schenley. Pa. 17 D t.HnwTd ItNrffnraf Pa nd. Knmlsen. Vm. F. Blrkelbach. snail, ra loses It. Knapp. linynedd. Pa I. E. Lewark. Wahasha. Mini. Irs. J. A. Kavls Hlllsboro. Ill 'Ohn Cord, llanca. Ind. . P. Fox. Mt Ca-rael. Pa. ' F. Strong. Ulourrster. .Mass tnd. Sullivan. " leo. W.Iravts. " las. X. MrMlllen, Trans. Sta.. Sith Want. Pittsburg. Pa X. S. Uavls. Highland Park. Ill ilobt. C Mnrrls.in.AuchVe. Ky. M. Kennedy. Wabasha. Minn. B Uavls. EurekaapVs. Ark. las. Kavan. Schuyler. Xeb. St. Paul, 3III1I1. Moses Blxler. cor. Isabel and Starkey streets. !eo. Stolen. 3) Isabel st- T Murphy. Huntington. W.Va J. II. Baxtresser.jtinaiei n,n W. L. Colvln. Beatrice. eb. Frank A. Snell. Ansonla.Ct a lrBrt lliifphlnaon. Minn. I ewls Brlndle. Latrobe. Pa. CIm L'annl. I f r?th 111 J.W WcCoach. Santa le. VM J A. Bavls. Pierce City. M. las u. "owiev. uiaine. aan. r u..h.. iltinlnn ark (!eo. A. Copp. Fl'her's Hill. Vs. w. t nreton.ieoari-iain. u. Wm r.Sampson.iioiaen.coi. F B Rlbiet. Shlnnston. W Va M.J Lunqnest Illr'gham. Ala IaI d L'.h l-Alnvlri liin Jno. A. Kramer. Bloomsb'g. Pa. HUFFMAN & RICHTER, TAILORS, INVITE INSPECTION. NEW FALL AND WINTER MIENS. No. 31 East Main Street. J9-Ka--2l' S--H--fcE7 ltPiWirP 100 Orange drove Tracts of 40 acre liOO " " tlO -UM) " lO soo 8 " 1(Um .. .4 LOCftL CDLQfiY GlU3S.rn Warrants nut be snt lo .iuv addi Fife IS-Unon View lp Jret? i-and ilr".tibT"dl- tribute am ns fnemM. n ircflpt "f II fr ttir Walloon tew tea rT YZ. nneeniorvi; twentv lor t- nn1 tw-ny-tiafor ? No more than twenty Ave art desinil fiom unyoce rr son uotir.c as airt'iit for others Ieedswlllb matte an tSe ilut) Aent .lirt-etsi when he re turn th Fr- T.miii WarntBtn a- i or mrr. : i tkhtor to jour on ii tiiterM-Hnl t tti.e deje ideut on rott If you fail t" avail ymir-e.f t ihUcremt Free Li-dOiTer eeiirf it fur Tour rhildrD The ?t Andrews Iiay llallroad and Land Company numbers anion;; it offlrers and stiKkhnl ler some ot the- raont respontible and enersetlc men t Florida, 0ht and New York, who are enlnted. heart, hand and poek ettKx.k in this sreat enterprise, and we refer to two thousand prosperous settlers; at St. Andrew's. And now we awntt yiur pleaure. Address either (ur Northern Ofllee at Cin cinnati. r ur Easten Office at New York. where all IVeds .ire issued, as follows- THE ST. ANDREW'S BAY B. fi. & LAMQ Gi. Nn. if: iniii t . CINCINNATI, O. ' Xft. ! Park Row, , SEW YORK, X.T. Kemt i.i p-ifal nite. reantereJ letrer.nr ban.ilralt Do not send stamps when It can hi avoided serncd at the beulnnln? of the "boom'" r-a.1 een sold troni S to 1V or ordinary Build inn Lot. Ererr M -UJit"' ha realized a hand.ome competence in disposinicot a por tlnn ot his land at fancy price-., i'ocks hats been erected: biteU built and added from time to time; a line of seren boat plyrecn larly betoeen St. Andrew's Bay and other ports, and. altogether the outlook promlea that St AndrewsUayu.il in a few yearsbe eome the most important city of tbe Jtulf coast. It possesses erery natural adTantaet a ileep bay more th.in sUty-flve miles lone with its various branches with deep channels Co the outer cult, at on'-ethe most charmlnc and most useful InhIt of water on the coast; a site harbor tor the Meets of a world. Eyery alleles of vez table, fruit and cereal will crow to perfection in its soft ItVlan climate: -oysters in countless millions the best In the world rest In t hus mds of rxhaustless oyster beds; timber easily accessible and sufficient In quantity to furnish e-ntne lor years to the entire carrying eapaclty of a nation's fleet; a eliinare that h.th winter and .summer. is the i absolute jerf-rtt"ii oi earthly delltht: free ! from malaria, bleb, dry 'and. and beautifully I located. Thes" are amoneotheruood reasons I why -t. Andrew s Iiay ls th most desirable location for a Florida borne that the state can MIct. aud why this company has confidence la the wisdom of Its present business poller. Within two years Jt Andrew's will be the sec ond lareest city in Florida. QUI IT Ol IT Thl' ,irrmt Vne ad OHU I VJU I uteris open tnanyhvdy eicept th4.se who are already located and ar now h-ln" t t. Andrew s 1I.it: alsort-sldepts of Prna-i.t xi d Washiniiton and Ja'cksoa counties, Horlda NO CONDITIONS E5S. tions assoeUted with this Creat Free Land Oiler which can not be complied with. Yen are not reTBTred ti move there, or improva any way. unless you do so freely and at your ow n pleasure. r -nefods of business. Xo correspondence ha ntssed between any oi mem anu tnis once. except the necessary forms of business tn ap plying torand recelrlnzfree property and the names an? publlseed without consultation, and merely represent thenuraberwho receded iinnje lirove tracts free. at our hands, in oie day's business. liarfleld.Kan Kansas City. Mo. I. A -ulllvant. Met. Hotel. K MaeKuslck.7t4 0aat. 'os Feld.lien'l DellTenr. brm Mann. ?H I'enn St. Vm. X. Allen. T4 Oak St. Philadelphia, Pa. r. Mc:rory. "?r . 211 X. 3d St. Vm II. Itower. 2d i Erie Aie tas Iirown.7ITansomSt, I l ll.iines. liOi Marshall St. A 1!. hiplev. .VH rommereeSt. I F. Stockley. i7t Market St. Troy, N. T. iteo B Collins. 10 Fifth St. F. E Hendriek. 1ST First St. w E Chatferton.137 Third St FARTHEST NORTH! Three Years of Arctic Service. Br U W. CREELT, IJant. 7. S. Army. rm'a-Iulr Franklin. Ttajr Eipadltlon of 1S11-4. t WcMJfaptandCtorU. Sold only by Svtocnptton. "B.aofl an. rUhlr fill- yjlu-u-." CTarin-ort CosJ Ooicru. - pAfaaair lUMUi-S. abottSfiwit- Urriy 4aacriJM---C-KV a?Th7me. haporuat work p.VUa4 a XrttU wuSat-'-BctUm ".wtUmad-n-irtlaib-.-y- . IaUititiiromeoTtoOTar." .V. T.Btraut. volunaa U Tary sy aatiaf-itory and BpUU." A. T. reft. No atorr t Arcdt aijloratlon baa jaal It la t -. Tain el aathoa." Hartford Pott. Apelal.x.tWaate-.aa ET.rCltya4Twa. auiras.. CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, 17 Xlna au, Ct-aln-aU, or TAX Braadway, Hew York- 4 .S4 mM Big Bargains to reduce stock to make room for the largest stock of Shoes ever brought to this city for Spring trade. SCHULTE'S SHOE STORES. BiS $2 SOJ- BST $3 SHOE.