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If REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31. 1887. ' f
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FIT JARS
CHEAPEST IX THE CITT.
im-asoiests
Reliable Self-Sealers, only
$1.00 per iozen.
TIN CANS!
4$: do.'B. Eerj Cm Warraatrd.
Jelly Tumblers Cheap; Stone
Pickle Jam, with covers,
at either store.
fclYvV
UaPBAIM STOKES,
1 amd 3 Wast Mala 8L mad 40 Soatn Mar.
kt SU, Bprlagflald, O.
PEOPLES COLUMN.
FRKK ADVERTISING.
OX AXD AFTER Today the SprintHeld Paul.
Hirenuo a III I niert such "ads" as "Wants"
"L'wt.""For Kent." "For Sale." etc . In this
column one time tree, three times lor twenty.
Ore cents, and six times tor fifty rents.
THE SPRINGFIELD PUB. CO.
Ms.ySl.lsST.
WANTED
TirAXTKK-lInine of 4.5 or 6 rooms: from S
if toli)4mretthe postofnee. for a tarn
llyotthree crown people and one child. Ad
dress "XYZ." this oflle. J06t
WASTED -Salesman: can add A 1 line:
small samples One agent earned 3.400;
several thrs up to $2,000 In 1S6. P.O. box
1X1. New York. aM
WASTED As'nts Either sex: W.000 at
once: crand Invention: MfiM sold first
thirty days; royal picnic while it lasts: be
nulrt. I' S Hume Manufacturing Co-Royal
Dept-Chlcaco.lll. SKam
. Vr, . .... M ...... ..... mA ann..
Intendent ot bench moldera. at the Laeb
rounary vc uecaiur. in. vm
TJTASTED-Sltuttlon to work about a store
iy br a younc man. who can furnish the best
ot rIerences. Address iw nepuouc oi
flee. W2t
VTJASTED col cook at the Forest house.
Y aJel-rson street: none but good fir it
elaaa neel annlv. and to a first class person
will pay the best of wages: Oerman lady pre
ferred: mnit come recommenaea. Jf-i
WASTED-Localand canvasslne acentsln
every town and city In the United States
to sell corsets and shoulder braces, electro
magnetic spinsi supporters. Our acents are
making SI" per day. Springfield Corset Com-
any. southwest corner Pleasant street and
lndeaaenue.Sprlngfleld.O. 199t
TITASTED MAS To take the agency of our
V safes; site SxHxM inches: weight S00
lbs : retail price. S15; other sites in propor
tioi. A rare chance to create a permanent
business at hom. These safes meet a de
mand neter before supplied by other safe
companies, as we are not governed by the
Safe Pool. Alpine Safe Co. Cincinnati. 0.
WTatwls
WASTED -A reliable nan to represent our
nurseries In thts section. Something
permanent. Chas. II. Stusrt k Co-nurserymen.
Sewark. Sew York, established 151.
WASTED All kinds of clothes wringers to
repair: called forand delivered: order
by mall promptly attended to. S. H. Miller.
IM West Main.
FOR SALE.
FOB SLE-Volume Oasklli's Compendium
of Fnrms-EncyclopaNlla, Apply. W . l
this offlce. Sfoa
FOR SALE Cheap Furniture, lease and
Eood will ot boarding- house: doing good
business; central location. Apply, at 7t west
Washington st- aot
TOR SALK-AU the furniture contained in
T the Yellow Springs House will be sold at
public auction. Tuesday. Sept. IS. 1SS7. com
mencing at 10 a. m. sharp and continuing
tr m day to day until all the goods are dis
posed of. This furniture was all purchased
new about a year ago. Large part of It has
never been used, and all of the latest designs.
See big posters every where. Don't fall to at
tend the ssle. Terms cash. B. A. Cassad.
Yellow Springs, O. James Foley, auctioneer.
194 mr
FOR RENT.
rR REST The large store room. 151 east
Main street: rent SIO per month. Inquire
of Thomas Sharp. snott
TX)R REST-Room. A very desirable, nicely
r furnished front room, suitable for one or
two gentlemen, at 141 south Market street,
one square from Arcade. Reference required.
Inouire on the premises, or of J. O. Clarke.
MONEY TO LOAN.
OSEYTO LOAS-lnsumsof I5H) to 17.000,
on three to ove years" time, on nrsi morv
wnr&nnroved eommerclal paper. George
RS
ies.room o. 1. ijagonaa nana uiuiuiua.
LOST
LOST Fine bay horse; black mane and tail
and one white foot. Flnderwili please re
port to Dr. J. U. Holloway. So. 1M east -Main
treet. at'-b'
STHAYED.
STRAYED OR STOLES From the McCrelgut
farm, a dark red Jersey heifer, fourteen
months old. black nose and tongue, end of tall
dark. Address. J. D. Gibson, care St. John
Sewing Machine Co. 3b
FOUND.
PUSD A ladles" satchel at Lessner A Sons
clothing store. IS south Market street.
Owner c n hat e same by proving property and
paying for advertisement. ago
(. v. Vi xoaxsx. m. s.
a. a. Borst. v. p.
DBS. H 1DHHM i HOUSE,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlce, No. 3 Mitchell Block.
Residence, No. 143 High tit.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 3 p. m
and evenings.
GEO. I. DIEHL,
73 AND 75 EAST SAIN ST.
HARDWARE!
MANTELS,
GRATES,
DOORS,
SASH,
BLINDS,
GLASS,
OIL CLOTHS,
BIRD CAGES,
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE.
The only 3 KKAILES8
Shoe In the world.
Vl..t r'ulf. tM-rf.t fit.
marrsnt!. orifr- Itutttin
and Ijtre. all nvle. iw. a ,
tU-i aod durable as
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W. I IMII'CIS
Z-'M MI(li:nWI
Hie SJ Mi'H-H adtt-r-
iiimo b) oilier
nruu.
Bots all wear tl-tf. I- IKICOUAS SHOE.
PAXSON & WELLAND
EXCLUSIVE AQEHTS
o. 8 East Main Street, Bprlngfleld, O
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THE VERY LATEST IN FALL DERBYSAT
MAT. ARIA
This Is the season when many persons
suffer from malaria. The aching bones,
tired feeling, slight feer. and perhaps
n coated tongue, show that the poWou
Is at work. To put a stop to this, as
well as to cure regular feteraml ague.
use either
CASPER'S KNTI-MJILhRIAL PILLS
on
Casper's Fever and Ague Mixture
Dr. Casper also has for sale all of the
other standard Fever and Ague Medi
cines, also
Quinine in Pills or Powders.
The true genuine article and no ad
mixture whatever. These and all other
malarialmedlclnes.wtth full directions,
for sale at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
nitur-iBlMk. MalBtiMt,3t Door Wast
of t,lmMtoaa,SprlBft-nld'
COMING XVENTS.
Black"-. Tuesday evening. August 30,
the famous Little Nugget Comedy com
pany. Black's. Thursday. September 1, Wills,
Hensliaw and Ten Broek company.
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Dr. Summerbell roumes his labors here
next Sunday.
Bed Cross basket picnic at Brooks's sta
tion tomorrow.
Mr. A. II. Drayer, of A. 1. Trout A Co.
is away on his summer acation.
Mr. K. S. Bizzell Is erecting a nice resi
dence on Fair street, between Mechanic and
Plum streets.
Fair street sale on Tuesday was a slim
affair, and was postponed indefinitely for
want of bidders.
The Western Union Association is in
session at the Second Baptist church on
South Factory streeL
Master Elmer Xewberrv is visiting
friends in Columbus and writes that he is
highly delighted with the capital city.
Mai Carrier Thomas S. Haynor. 187i
west Main streeL is the happy father of a
tine boy that arrived on Sunday night
Mr. T. M. Gugenheim and Mr. J. B.
Malhison. of this city, are registered at the
Hygeia house, at Old Point Comfort, Va.
The union camp meeting closed on
Sunday lasL On account of the many liln
drances the meeting was not much of a
success.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kissell left over the
L B. & W. yesterday morning for Ida,
Kan., where thev will visit Mrs. Klssell's
bi other.
Mr. Wilcox, of Chicago, is stopping at
Mr. James Buford's. lie is traveling agent
for the Deering Reaper and Mower Co., of
that city.
Dick Hughes and "Bussy" Wilson left
today for the reservoir at Uuntsville.
Duck shooting commences tomorrow, Sep
tember 1.
Mr. C. II. Reynolds has secured a school
In Kentucky and leaves the city on Satur
day in order to be on hand and take charge
on Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gregory entertained a
number of people in a most enjovable man
ner at their residence, 22 Chestnut avenue.
on Monday night . ,
The regular monthly meeting of the
First Tresbyterian Conversazione was held
last nighL The session was a ."ery pleas
ant and profitable one.
Mrs. Dora George, of Dayton, spent a
few days in the city attending to business
and visiting her many friends. She re
turned home on Monday.
The water supply was cut off or a tinit
this morning to allow connection to be
luadewith the J. D. Stewart & Co. new
building on east Main streeL
Mr. James G. Clayton, who came home
to attend his father's funeral, will return in
a few days to resume his work as principal
of the Birmingham, Ala. schools.
A very unique affair called a basket en
tertainment will be given by the young
ladies of Xorth street church on Friday
nighL Let's go and see what it is like.
Mrs. J. L. Flynn and children, accom
panied by Mr. Flynn's cousin, E. J. Gil
ginnon, of Brooklyn, X. V., left at 2
o'clock yesterday morning to loin Mr.Flynn
In Omaha, Xeb.
Miss Minnie Deardorf will reopen her art
class Friday afternoon, at her home on
south Plum streeL She will be pleased to
see her former pupils and also others who
are interested in painting.
The Accident base ball club played
around and let the train go off and leave
them yesterday. Xo doubt the Trojans are
laughing in their sleeves under the vain de
lusion that they have the Springfield nine
badly bluffed.
Mrs. William Diebl has gone to Colum-
bas to visit her daugbUr, Mrs. C. M.
Hubbard, who was severely hurt by being
thrown out of a carriage several days ago
and who is still confined to her bed. Mrs.
Dieiil will also visit the state fair.
P. A. Pickeral has made arrangements
for a special telegraph wire from here to
Springfield, with the Chicago connection
by which he will operate a grain brokerage
business, and will have an office open both
here and Springfield, in a few days.
Xenia Gazette.
The political oiginiiation known as thu
"Goats" has not disbanded, as was su.
poed by some, but in a lew days they will
assemble around their camp-fire and after
enjoying the calumet will proceed to dis
cuss the best Interests of the race in the
coming campaign.
A Springfield policeman challenges any
fireman to run with him. If the policeman
gets so hot as to take tire the fireman could
properly make the run and if the fireman
should get full the policeman should "ruu '
him in, otherwise the run should not be
made. "Business is business." Xenia
(Itizdtf.
All the beautiful airs from the jomic
opera of "ErminK" "Indiana" the Xew
comic opera ' success, and the "Beggar
Student-" will be sung tomorrow evening
at Black's opera house, by the celebrated
Wills. Hcnshaw and Ten Broeck musical
comedy company, known as the "Two
Old Cronies." Dont miss it
Important meeting tonight at the hall.
It J. Nki.son.
Secretary.
The ltur.1 of Coiiiblunllona,
True delicacy of flavor with true efficacy of
action, has b-en obtained in the famous
California Hnuid fruit remedy. Syrup of
Figs. Its pleasant taste and beneficial
effects have rendered it immensely popular.
Bottles tor sale at Casper's drug store.
People who talk down in their stomachs
should f.void the telephone.
IN A HHt-TTY PICKLE. I rliwnclllr . i ,...1 h,.... . . fl . I
:org Manhall and Mary Nelland not
Themselvos Into a Scrap.
On Tuesday Ceorge Marshall complained
to Officer Norton that he had been robbed
of 5:S0 by Mary Xeiland, a somewhat 1.0
torious female who lives on the levee. Mar-
!iall, who was formerly a conductor on
the I. B. B. A W.. and who lives In San
dusky, came here last Friday and has passed
most or his time since in the company oi
Mary Xeiland. He gave her Sll) with
which to buy a dress, and afterwards, he
claims, she stole S30 more trom
him. Officer Xorton, accompanied by Offi
cer Nick las. went to the Xeiland house and
demanded the money. The woman finally
consented to give him 820. In company
with Officer Xicklas, she went upstairs and
took out from under a bd-tick an old stock
ing that contained about S20O. She gave Xor
ton the S20,and then he told her he guessed
he would lock her up for luck. She raved,
but it was of no avail. She was charged
with keeping a house of ill fame. Marshall
was held fur loitering about such a bouse.
CONE TO REST.
Death ot Mr. Newton 9. Miller, a rionocr
Citizen of This County.
Mr. Xewton S. Miller, a pioneer citizen
of this county, died at o'clock Tuesday
evening at his family residence near Ennn,
of paralysis. The deceased was one of the
most honored and respected men of Clark
county and goes to his reward wltn the es- r
teem of everybody.
Mr. Miller was born June 30. 1819, and
spent nearly all his life in this county. He
I
leaves a wife and five adult children to
mourn his loss.
The funeral will occur Thursday at 1 p.
m.. the friends to meet at the house and
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then renair to the Christian church at r.non,
woiirniuiuivi i"i i
where the services will be held.
DEATH OF DAVID DAVIS.
An Old Cltiten laM Away This Morn
ing at Ton O'clock.
About ten o'clock this morning Mr. David
Davis a brother of Mr. Asa Davis, died at
the latter's home, Xo. lt4 South
Spring streeL Mr. Davis had been
ill for some time, suffering from
a complication of diseases. lie was
70 years old and had resided In
Springfield many years. The funeral will
take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the residence of Mr. Asa Davis.
Closed for a Debt.
Frank Shiver, a grocer at 203 Fair street
was closed up by a constable this morning
for a debt ot S229.0T to B. F. Funk A Co.
The proceedings were lu 'Squire Bracken-, glass ts filled with beer, water or any
ridge's court. ' thing else his arm will obey him and take
j it to his mouth, but if it contains wine hi j
family Life of Wagewurkera. j muscles are paralyzed. St. James' Ga
in the cities and in the large manufac
turing vilLtces great numbers of laborers
of both sexes more thau half of them
young women are gathered together. '
Many of them come from the country; mo
growth of the cities at the expense ot the
country imnsists largely in the removal of because he seems to know ever) third man
the young men and women from the farm he meets, and he has u wonderful knack
to the cities nnd the factory towns, whero of making each one yield something im
they find employment in the mills aud portant or interesting, but when one con
theshops. Here they are thrown together ' sidcrs how much work he turns out the
rather rudely in their work; the Imarding . wonder is that he gets, time to gather the
houses, where most of them spend their material. He Fcraplwoks his notes and
nights and their Sundays, afford them
none of the restraints of a home; their
evenings are wont to find them on tho
street and in cheap places of amusement
The wages of these operative, especially
of the females, are as a general rule very
small. In a table showiug the wages
paid in forty-four different nulls in Massa
chusetts anil Rhode Island I find that tho
average wages paid to women was $0.10
per week, and to female children $3.41. I
am sure that the average weekly earnings
of females over 15 years of age In our fac
tories, box shops, bntton shops, brass)
works and so forth would be less than $3.
Out of this those who do not live at home
must pay for board and room, washing
and clotldng. What a pinching life this
must be can lie easily imagined. Iu the
same communities where these girls are
employe 1 are numbers of joung men of
their own social grade and grades a little,
higher, to horn marriage aud the pos
session of a home seem, In the present
state of society, a distant and not always
a desirable prospect.
Such are the conditions the herding
together of operatives, male and female,
in places remote from their homes, with
low wages aud strong temptations. Tho
moral fruits of such an exposure are not
likely to promote tbe founding of perma-
m.. . i.ul . tin afinrantop anil tutlitttl
rut lauiuico, iud suo.v.s. ... """
developed in such environment are not
the best outfit for happy wedlock. An-
other feature of the life we are consider
ing is its lack of permanence. Owing to
strikes, failures, changes of business,
operatives are continually Hitting from
one place to another. Such instability of
life discourages the forming of families,
and often results In scattering those that
are formed. I am convinced that it Is to
the industrial conditions which I have
now in an adequate way outlined that
much of the neglect and deterioration of
family life is due. There are manufac
turing communities in which these evils
have lK-en largely overcome, through the
intelligence aud good will of the employ
ers of lalor. They may bo overcome
everywhere. Work and Wages.
Tbe Corner Fruit Seller.
I make some money from the rale of
Postage stamK and always have them on
hand. A great many jK-ople, guests at I
hotels particularly, write aud mail letters
late at night, when they can buy stamps
at none of the ordinary places where .aey
are kept. I keep the stamiK in a large
jar, conspicuously placed on my stand,
and a man who passes my place and
looks at it is obliged to see thein.
When they are once relieved of an incon
venience by obtaining stamps from me,
t fley never forget uie and often come back
to me. Very often a man pays me five
cents for one stamp, and nearly always, if
he wants two, I make the odd cent, but I
never charge them more thau tho stamps
cost me. 1 have sold three stamps to a
man and got ten cents; sometimes in his
joy of obtaining one or two stamps, if he
needed them badly, a man has bought
other things from me and allowed me to
make a handsome profit. I sold a drum
mer once a stamp for letter he wanted
to go out on an early morning train, and
he insisted then upon buying $1 worth of
chewing gum at live cents a stick, on
which 1 made fifty cents. Globe-Democrat
Interview.
Effect of Mage fright.
A singular instance of the effect of
stage fright is furnished in the case of a
young girl from Indiana studying music
in Chicago. When the time cine fur her
to take iurt iu a competitive performance
sie was so overcome with ncrt ousness
that she could not siK-ak, and she was no
sooner removed to tier home than hemor
rhage from the nose and ears began. A
blood vessel had burst during the mental
strain. Stage fright is something which
the oldest as wellas the best orators never
overcome. John 11. Gough felt it to the
la3t, and at times fell it severely. But,
what is stage fright? Xo one who lias
e er felt it can explain it to his own satis
faction. In most cases it is not fright at
all; there i not the slightest sense of feai
It is the result of some magnetic or othci
influence which goes out from a crowd to
an individual. Pittsburg Times.
The glare of the electric lights in the
czar s winter palace has proven very in
jurious to ornamental plants
Sir John Mardonald will make an ex
tended tour through the western part of the
I dominion next month.
Fifteenth Cantor? 1'otaoi. Makers,
The numlier of poison makers must
have lieen considerable. We came across
"Quclli tlai venen," ho lived on the 1-aeo
til Ganla; the fnmous poison brewers, Pe
ter Paul, of Padua, Master John mid
Master Xichele, of Viceuzn, nnd "Xostro
tidcl Vilamlriuo," custodian of the garden
of simples at Pailua. The jioisons which
thcM." masters made were of two kinds
slow poisons i"Veneni n tempo") and
rapid jKiisons, and the manner of admin
istering them as various. The method
most frequently in use was either poisoned
meat or Kisoneil drink, and we have seen
proof made of the "Venenuraedlhlle" and
of the "Vetieiium potabile" upon two pigs
in the presence of the Ten. There were
other modes of "tiisoniuK, however, though
they were less commonly adopted. We
And instances of that favorite Indian re
ceipt, iumlcd diamond. Again In the
year IWi, the French amliassador relates
to the college an attempt on the life of the
kinitof France by means of poisoned seals.
I which had effectually killed three slues
on wnoni tney nau nrsi iwen ineu. aiiu
in 1400 C'atcrina Sforza, mistress of Forli,
which city Cesiire Borgia threatened to
take from her, attempted to iison Alex
ander VI by means of credentials which
her ambassador brought to his holiness
wrapped in scarlet cloth and placed inside
a hollow cane that they may not kill the
liearers.
These are cases of poisoning by touch.
We hear also of projiosaU to jioison by
snu.. 0f little baits to be dropped on a
flre, and presently they will kill all who
are in the room. Xothing strikes tu as
stranger about these poisons than their in
efllcacy. In the year 1514 we tlnd Vilan'
driuo, one of the most famous masters in
unuo, one ui wie musk luuiuus ijiaBtcis iu
,lls tlaVi M.nt for ami ,olll tlmtj the n.
at the palace had destroyed the poison.
cupboard and its receipts, he must furnish
some two or three more, and must send in
tho receipts along with his new poisons.
..., , . , , . .
Vllandnno produced a poisoned water;
but when tltis came to bo tried on a' cer
tain Mustafa, he was none the worse for
it. The Ten ordered a second dose; and
after waiting eight days with no more
satisfactory results they conclude in dis
gust that Vilandriuo's water Is worth
nothing, anil send him back to Padua.
Edinburgh He lew.
MeauierUm a. m Cure for Topers.
The following story comes from Sois
eons: It Uatlimu.il that about u fortnight
ago a youni; man was mesmerized by one
of his friends in the presence of several
persons. After some of the usual experi
ments the magnetizer said to the patient:
"I forbid you to drink wine during the
next fortnight." The patient was then
woke up by the magnetizer blowing in his
face, nnd though he is no longer In his
,)resc!ice it is affirmed that he cannot
carrv a class of wlue to his lins. If the
zctte.
How "Oath" Gathers.
George Alfred Towusend Is a most con
stant cmliellishment of the great highway.
He gathers matter for his letters easily.
must have u house full of memoranda. I
asked him how on earth he produced so
much, and his answer was characteristic:
"Because I do nothing else but work."
Julian Kalph's Letter.
Canada's Icdebtedneas.
The npatby of public opinion in Canada
jast now is one of the many ominous signs
on the horizon. Take our debt. Throw
ing out the worthless assets, we owe at
the present time' nbout $:!00,000,000, or
(00 )er head on the population. This is a
larger burden than that borne by the
Americans, who are a richer people, even
including their state debts; moreover,
while their federal debt is lieing rapidly
dimlnlshed, ouis is Increasing by leaps
and bounds. Xevertheless, the average
citizen does not appear to be In the least
disturbed. Toronto Mail.
In hot weathei the less people have to
do with veal, hovti'ver good, the healthier
they will be.
They Will be Here.
The Baltimore oysters wilt be here to
morrow, at Hohl A Lyon's, and those who
want to eat early can get them by the can
and they will find them nlee. The Xew
'stai i.iarl'Af roiw.Fr aim-ii rtt'ctatvsa aria ftno
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i all(i that the season will open September 1.
ne w, also open in Springfield on
I . date, and Hohl A Lvon will have
them.
For pickling, send orders by telephone
orposUl card to O. II. Xeff. 140 Clifton
street and get pure home-made apple cider
vinegar.
Propoaala fur Coal.
WATKUWOItKsoFKICK. I
Sl'ltlNOHKI.I, O. Aug. 30, 'S7. )
Sealed proposals will be received at the
water works office. Xo. 51 Arcade, until
j noon of Wednesday, September. 7, liST,
for supplying approximately- 1200 tons o
I Youghiogheny or Hocking c al to be de-
liveied lu ihecoal stud at ihe water works
I pumping house during the next current
year, at such thin s and in such quant t:esas
the trustees of the water works may re
j quire.
ii anaiuuig luiiumi tjuaiit as wcu as
price will be considered.
Bidders to state brand of coal proposed
to furnish.
Weights of coal to be determined upon
the railroad track at the water works
pumping house, if tbe trustees so elect.
Trustees reserve the right to reject any
and all bids. John II. Thomas,
E. C. Gwv.v.
C. Xaokl.
Water Works Trustees.
Attest: Wm.U Smith.
Secretary.
Oyatrra.
The oyster will arrive at Hold A Lyons'
grocery tomorrow. I hey are tresii trom
Baltimore and are first-class. Call and get
some.
ITaeAhvthe United States fiovernment. En
dorseri. by the heads of the Great Universities
as the strongest. Purest, and most Healthful.
Dr. Price's tbe only llaklng Powder that does
not contsln Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold
only In tans.
HKICE BAKIXQ POWDER CO..
KXW TOBX. CHICAGO. ST. LOCIS.
PURLS
p?PRlCE's
CREAM
Baking
rluiiiiclnlly KoiiihI ami s,llnr,.
It Is a pleasuie to tesllfv to tbe ni.in.lal
and business soundness and squareness of ,
Dr. Albert, of Cleveland. He has placed j
his medical institute on a secure basis, with
Buwir.u.-.,,, l'ujaicinus nun eery con
venience. This enterprise, with his very
large home practice, so occupies the doctor's
attention that he doi not visit us so often
as many wish, though cases are carefully
looked after by mail. He will lie here,
however, on Sunday and Monday. Septem
ber 4 and 5. wnen he will be at the Lagon
da house. His diagnostic powers have fre
quently been described as wonderful, and
if you are troubled u lib any malady the
nature of which you do not fully under
stand. Dr. Albert would seem to le of all
others the man liest fitted to ascertain the
disease and apply the cure.
A CROWING BUSINESS.
From akniall Nlnre to a lllg tie A llllilil.
log sM-rinlly Hnllt.
Several years ago there was a small gro
cery store opened at Xo. IS north Spring
street and the trade it had was small but
kept growing, and lias become so large that
a larger room was needed. Mr. T. J. Mo
ran, the proprietor, was wide awake, and
finally secured the property on the corner
of Spring and Columbia streets, where he
has had built an elegant two-story business
room and dwelling. He is now moving his
stock to the new room and is adding a new
and fancy line of groceries to supply his
continued growing business. He will open
up new about Monday next, and people liv
ing in that part of the city will find his
goods to be the be.t in the market
Kacuraton to Getty. burg Ilnttletlehl via
Penuayltnnla Llnea.
For the reunion of Ohio veterans and ded
ication of Ohio memorial on Gettysburg
Battlefield. September Nth, the Pennsylva
nia lilies west of Pittsburg will sell low
rate excursion tickets to Gettysburg on
September 10th to 12th that will be gwxl
returning until September 25th. lbST. Full
information can le obtained from the near
est ticket agent of the Pennsylvania com
pany. Pittsburg, Cincinnati A St Iritis lly.
Co., or Chicago, St Louis A Pittsburg IL
1L Co. As all stations will not have the
excursion tickets in stock it will be neces
sary that notice be given the ticket agent
at the point where excursionists will take
one of the lines named two or three days in
advance, in order that tickets may be pro
cured. Detailed information may be pro
cured by addressing E. A. Ford, general
passenger agent, Pittsburg, Pa. 200t-33b
A Cahd. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, I will send a receipt that will cure you.
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to ltev.
Joseph T. In man. Station 1). Xew Yoik
City.
Get O. U. Xeir.s pure apple cider vinegar
for pickling, at 140 Clifton street
Mrs. Cleveland is a fairlv good swimmer
butjnoes not care much for diving. She
likes to wade out until the water is about
up to her neck and then swim shoreward.
A IVnre of Crape
Is fluttering from the front door knob. It
tells Its own story: The nurse was care
less and left the baby carriage in a damp
basement. The next time she took the
baby out riding, it caught cold. A physi
cian was called, but it was too late. The
Hot.VAN Aiucwtaiilk C.n can be de
tached from the wheels and carried into the
honse with the baby. A erfect cradle, a
perfect sleigh, a perfect crib, a iwrfect
house carriage all combined, making a
perfect baby carriage. See advertisement
and send for catalogue. Xot sold by
dealers.
Hanging is too good for a bad painting.
The pain and misery suffered by those
who are afflicted with dyspepsia are inde
scribable. The relief which is given by
Uood's Sarsaparllla has caused thousands
to be thankful for this great medicine. It
disjieis the causes of dyspepsia, anil tones
up the digestive organs.
Anniston,
Ala., Is eating second-crop
grapes.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
(.treat erve Kestorer. No tits after first
day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and
2 trial bottle free to fit cases. Send to
Dr. Kline, 931 Arch street Philadelphia,
I'ennsyivauia.
A set of teeth from SS up. Rowland.
dentist 8 S. Market street, over Leuty's.
BURNED OUT!
400.000 FEET OF LUBBER,
Damaged by Fire on the 30th, For Sale at Yir Own Prices.
Call at Once and Secure Bargas.
WOLISTON, WELDE? & CO.
410 WEST VAIN STRX&T.
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Why ihe Nelson Colleges are so Liberally Patronized :
They are headparters for supplying clerks and book-keepers. THIRTY-ONE YEARS in continuous operation, their
students and gradates are to be found all over the United States, and business men and bankers are glad to have their
old Alma Mater suPly them with reliable young lady and gentlemen assistants.
Parents whrjJesire to enter their sons or daughters at these institutions, will do well to attend to it, atence and
avoid the rush ne? week. '
THE NE-SQN BUSINESS COLLEGE COMPANY, ARCADE.
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SCHOOL
OPENS NEXT WEEK,
And by next Saturday morn
ing we shall have opened, by
far, the largest line of Suits
for lads of all ages.
We are making a large and
special line of clothes fori
little tads.
FILL OVER GOATS
These are ready now all
sorts of colors, styles and
prices, from the mos1 moder
ate to the best. ;' The Fall
Overcoat is an actual neces
sity this'time of year wi h
cool mornings, and at the
prices we have them, no one
need be without them.
The London Clothing Ct.
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
ARCADE DENTIST
Operating llentlstrr a Specialty.
A Parlors : IS ami 17.
Notice.
aTOTlL'El.herebvt-ileti that the umirslEned
il has been duly appointed and qiilifled as
assignee oi inoinas i,. Artner. Aii.niuiauue
said Thomas L. Arthur should be aid to the
undersigned. All persons holiPK claims
against said Thomas I.. Ar'hur sh.'W present
the same, duly verified, within te time yro
vlded bylaw. ALI1EKT II. K'NKLK.
ISio AsiiuneeofTL. Arthur.
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BANCROFT'S, 4
COCA
A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIG0RAT0R.
Benefiicial in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing
to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1.
CHARLES LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacils, 55 East Main Street.
MARSHALL & GO.,
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HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
OODS CALLED FOR AXD DELIVERED. TELEPHONE S8.
SCHOOL BOOKS!
SLATES, PElsTS,
PEMGILS. TABLET8!
AlVD AXjX
SCHOOL
THE OLD RELIABLE BOOK-SELLERS,
13 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
C.H.PIERCE&CO.
IDOIT'T BUY YOXJPtl
FURNITURE
UNTIL YOU" SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. 3. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember tttt
place, 74 Wast Main St, 1st door west of Wigwam.
Dr. Levitt E. Custer,
DENTIST.
Preservation ot natural teeth by latest ap
proved methods. StrleUy Ant-class work
niaranteed.
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WINE!
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SUPPLIES
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
DENTIST.
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