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REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EYMCNTG SEPTEMBER 3 1887.
h AMUSEMENTS.1 GRAND OPERA HOUSE ONK HMSIIT OM.V, MONDAY, SEPT. 5tli. CHIP 0' THlBLD BLOCK ! liy Herbert Hall Inflow, adapted to the 1'tipuUr Comedian. RobLL. Scott and Harry Mills,! Well known Old Soldier and Land rent in "Muck'h ..and.iiic supported by the celebrated American and huropean artist, HISS MARGUERITE FISH Better know n as Baby Benson, pronounced by public and press the cleerest come dieuneon the state, supported b A WELLSBLEOTEDCOMPANY. Prices 7.V. .We and 2"e. Reserved seats non on sale at Harris's Clear Store. THURSDAY EVEXIM'tt, JBRB. Kncajwrnent of the Iirlcht and Charming Little Soubrette. And her superb double company. appear ing In the creat sensational drama. 11IK NEW M'KCTVCl LAK HIDDEN HAND! lleautltul Scenic Kffects ! New and Novel Mechanic! L'tlects : Cran-l Military Uaud and Operatic Orchestra: s, car load of J-peclal J-cenery. and the createst Street Parade ever attempted bya travellncconi pany. ik ' u.tu in :r. IT! V.usl I'rlees. rauat I'leree' Ho k More. AT THE OPERA HOUSES. Chip o the Old Ulock" at the (irana Cura Van TaMel at lllaca'.. Xet Monday evening. Sept. 5th. " Cnip o' the Old Mock" will be presented at the Grand as the opening attraction of the rea son. It embodies, a'.I the essences f hu mor, frivolity, music, ntiuient ana story, demonstrated by a company of acton., emi nently qualified t3 do the play justice. The principal characters ill be panravedbv K. 1 Scott and Hairy Mills, both foinierly with Mu'- l.andim; company, and tli have eiecially etiiraced to play "rixey." Mamuerite Fis.h, of whom tlie New York V'ir fcajs: She is .mail and svveetand shrewish, and she makes us laugh in sopite or all. She is older and taller and plumper than nhen -lie ivas "llaby llenson, but she is als-i bright er and keener, and eer mi much greater than when she toddled on the stage of the Oljmpic Theater to "-ing money into John I'-nlTs pockets, tor now she ha- become a Creatutlsi. Sea) ate BOW on Mk at Harris's. i -."" vAjCttrJjicoMisc. ' Onflhurtdaj arefliniTSrjssaiber. S will b her excellent drrmatle conpany.io the Btw spctrular "H'dden Hand." a rrrnmstlia tionofMrs. K D. K. N. Soiitliwiutbs famous New York Ijtljcr M iry of that name. The pic-e will te suprbJ J. with elegant specia' scenery id new and novel ineMianical effects, -id eery detail wil' be carefully looked after. The com pany cairy their own band and orchestra. wakiii: As o.uA. The eminent tragedian Mr. F.ideiick Warde, supported by a powerful company, will jiresent '-ttalba the (Jladiator" at Black's on Wednesday, the lith'i't. fs .II.I.IAJs. This famous eomnudian will be at the Crand next Thi'rsdax.feate'i b t S. MINISTERIAL MASONS. A Kemnrkalile (lathering " Mc'" a tlif M4tinff of the Mecliauir.burtf Mr. II. I). Bruce, of this city, attended yesterday's session of the Methodist ton fereuce at Mechanieshurg and remained over during the evening to attend the meet ing of the Mechanieshurg lodge No H7, F & A. M., for work in the third degree. The session mis most notable one. a great pre-pord-nuice of the visiting Masons in at ten lance being Methodist ministers belong ing to the conference, who took part iu the impressive work very' admirably. The sight of so many Christian members work ing together in a cause apart from the church work, was one of a lifetime, and was a magnificent eulogium upon Ma sonry. After the work, dainty and appropriate refreshments were seived in the hall and a splendid time enjoyd. socially. It-marks were made bv ltevs Van Cleve. l'earne. Ilrono. Xaugle and Tatt. T.ie members of Mechanieshurg lodge proved adui'-able en tertainers. The following were the mein-N-rs present: L. F. VanCleve. New Orlis'e O ; W. W. Williams. A. U Hover, I. II ' true. 1 lav ton; W. F. Brown. Mo.rovv; . It Duiiley, New Ca.lisle; J. V. .'.aug'e, t'.oodale; A. L. Harriott, Urbana; E. Hi I well. 1'lafn City: A. F. Taft, South Charleston; J. A. Badley. tandoir V'il' Palmer, tlolden City, Mo.; Win. Abel .vt' . Chillicothe: I). 1 Aultman, 1 t ; W. 1. Jackson, fieorge M. Wood. (J n towa. O.; A. M. C.nflith. Sabina. O . C. Vance, Middletown. O : C. J. We. .. Hillsboro, O.; Win. Prouty. Marcelli, , Mich.; A. Hamilton. Yellow Springs, O.: D. C. Bidgeway, Troy, ().. C. II. Cliorving. C. A. Hamlsteatt. Win. S. Mitchie, I.. I). Johnson. W. E. Brown. J. M Albiiison, Sjhe-ter Weeks, Urban; John V. Wiltsee, Cincinnati. Oprnlng at Nelaou'a BusinefM Collrce. Xelson's business college, in the Arcade, opens its regular season next Monday, and indications at present are for a more pros perous year than ever. From the extensiv e correspondence during the vacation, it i evident that the number of new students will be largely in excess of the usual acces sions, and Mr. B. J. Xelson and the rest of the faculty are making extensive preparation- , itli this fact in view. Xelso'i's bus iness college is a household word through out Ohio and adjoining states, and ranks as the peer of the best colleges in the country. It has indeed a record of which any insti tution might be proud. Its splendid loca tion, its abundant size, its admirable meth ods of instruction and its high and thorough reputability, put it clearly at the head of Oiiio business colleges. Ueinember It ojiens next Monday I'rartlre Mioot of the SpriiiKlieltl Itlt'e Team on Frlilay. On Friday afternoon six members of the Springfield rifle team held their tegular prac tice shoot at the club range, on I'eiriu's farm. Following are the scores made: Henrv Croft. Jun St 82 W J.C. I'errin J. C. Trimmer . H Croft, sen Peter ltaker J.S. Leasner TB 77 74 . l Kl Ml bi f For the best aulhracite go .to Wheldon fc Merrill's. C NT UNREST. All day ur the garden bright the tun shin I Mronr, Hut Id ni) lieart tl-i is uo liRlit, nor anv wni? Voices of iiitt) life ro by ailow u the street. But I am weary of tbe cry aul drift of feet. With all d.artWuj-c that cuglit to pK-ao th bours art bl.st. And j 1 1 im sou! is ill at mm and cannot ns-t. Mrance nnrit. leave me not too long, nor stmt tc Kivc. For if in soul liave no wim sonp It cannot hv. V I.ainptuan in Uppinoott's. THE USE OF PARATRIPTICS. rii)lolnClral Ilea for the Crating Common to the Human ICtre. It will ! conceded, we tlilnk, that hat ver Is uf tmners;il n,., or nearly s, must have Mime quality of x.ilue to induce such Use. Fund, clothing, shelter, are of tmi versal us,., not for any inlicrciit cjuality tliej hssos, hut ls-cuwof their value til the users Their universal ue jirov" their value to the human family, mid the antiquity of their use demonstrates the continuity of human nature In nil these things there 1 as a whole. leen no change. There has 1hs-ii development and combination and evolution, but we Unlay go into a house when it rains for precisely the same reason that the primitive man sought his cave. We eat when we are hungry nnil sleep when we nre tired for just the same reasons that he did. Applying the same reasoning to the question in hand, wetind that universality and continuity of use are In our favor. It is about 200 years since tea and coffee were brought into Europe, and hundreds of millions of tons of them are now an nually used the world over. Tobacco was taken front America to England in the Fifteenth or Sixteenth century, and now for each human lieing existing on the glob Ave iKiumls are yearly dennnded. Win.!, too, or some equivalent stimulant, las been universally adopted, anil Its pristine use is lost in the mists of nntiquitv. Xo nation, oariutrous or cirillzetl, was ?vcr found without some such substitute for food, and every nation of which we have any knowledge has seized with the great est avidity uion discoveries of the kiud within certain lmunds. There must lie some physiological rea son for such phenomena, fir a desire and a craving common to the hnman race. Man has not chosen these things liecause they afford him pleasure or enjoyment. That some of them do is nn effect not a cause. Their adoption into general use must lie sought in the fact that they meet some want in human life; and no better solution of the problem can be found than in the fact that their use prevents waste in the body, so that, by their help, man can do more work, both of body and mind, and endure more privation w'ith a smaller amount of food. ii wie opponents ol paratrlptlcs nre right in their conclusions, the average du ration of life should have greatly short ened since their introduction, while, on the contrary, statistics distinctly show that it has lengthened. Itesldes, they should lie able to find numerous individ ual instances w here life has been abbre viated by their use; but, unfeirtuuately for their position, such cases are in a hojwlcss minority Taking one illustration drawn from inquiries into the effects of tobacco, a celebrated English phvsician found in the pension hospitals of Enuland 150 men over W) j oars of age. Fifteen of them vere over IK) and 'our were over 100. '.'hese formed the remnant of the armies of England, and of these survivors all but two had lieeu consumers of tobacco all tnir Uvea. San i rancisco Chronicle. Taw flrat af tfca J122xfZg&. " " I" vvnuiutMh.WM. tct went on UN rtaM. U 1044 U to PbUadelphia aa a i1imih.ii with tbe dry goods bonce of rhmtnfj fimimni 4k Co. 4Trade was dull thal,jee " sir. v oin, Tinn I suggested to the firm the idea of sending some one among the country merchants to drum up trade. " 'Who will be the drummer?' asked one of the Arm. "'I will,' I replied, nnd they sent rce out. That was the origin of the term 'drummer,' by which all traveling sales men are now known. I went on the road and solicited trade among the merchants of southern and central Pennsylvania and X'ew Jersey. For five years 1 carried no samples, filling my customers' orders from samples provided by themselves. In 1849 it struck me all of a sudden that this was necessarily keeping my trade limited, and that if I carried a line of samples of my own I could introduce new goods nnd more of them. I sent to the firm nnd showed them that the samples were com ing from the wrong end of the line, and they saw the point and furnished me with samples. From that year datt a the cus tom of carrying samples by drummers." Mr. Wolff has leen constantly on the road ever since his pioneer tnp among the country imrchr.ius, and at the age of nearly 70 is still drumming up trade for a Philadelphia house Philadelphia Xews. Effect, of Tip ltecelvlng. Xo man or woman can regularly indulge in the practice of receiving tips from strangers withont becoming in spirit as well as in fact a beggar. It degrades tbe receiver more than the giver, and it will breed a class iu this country like the low er ..lasses of Europe. It is told of Senator i'humian tliat w hen asked if he had met Prince IlLsmarck ho replied that he w as extremely sorry that he had not, liecanse he did w unt to meet one jierson in Europe who was not waiting for him to hand over a shilling. We laugh at that now, but we won't laugh pretty soon, because it will be equally applicable to this country. I am fully aware that people who think as 1 do will not combine against the system, but will weakly yield, aie' In the end it will lie as firmly rooted in Philadelphia as in Lou (' J. The poor will not gain by it and t.iey will lose immensely in self respect, 't will create n class whom you may kick if y ju are w llhng to pay for it; n class no better than slaves; a cringing, sneaking, low hv cd class; a rlass that vv ill disgracd the name of American citizen. "Ob serve!" in PliiWdclphia Call. Ilie stnsqnitc XTmidrml.ly Ileautlfnl. It ought toco isole people who are bitten this snmim r by the musquito to be told by ascent st tint the musquito is vvon drously 1 aitlift i. "Place one," he sjiyr., "undera mmoscope. Adjust the lenses. Xow place Miwr eye to tiie eye piece. Presto' The ti v dirt colored siieck has vanished, and .n its pi e apiiears the most radiant nnd go-ire -us creature which the mind can com civ f. The wings are of pale nmlier, the . - and thorax magenta, the 1kk1v dark grt n. the eyes purpli-h black and glittering like diamonds, the proboscis shining like iliony. Compared w itli this pomp and magnificence of decoi a t ion the brightest and most vivid of the painters' pigments are muddy." Phila delphia Calk l'rlv.ite Madhouse. There arc no fewer than lifteen private madhouses in Xew York. Violent pa tients nre not received in them. The charge is often ns high as if 100 a week, which includes medical attendance, nnd the like Victims of melancholia, of the opium habit or of 3trong drink ore usually the inmates. Chicago Tribune. There U selfishness even in gratitude when it is too profuse; to bo over thank ful for one favor is in effect to lay out for another. Cumberland. Xine new comets were observed during the year 1MB. Elnood Cooper is the tarfest olive raiser in the United States. His olive farm in South ern California comprises GOO acna. F1.0M mmvjs BACKS. THE REVIVAL OF THE BIG TOI5E SHELL COMB Ton- . i A Kiistifun of Our Cratiitmotltc r Tlmt li ltrc.mii.K -'"polar tt It MH.ri n Il4ll Hon ltt l'niil4 nr MMiiufuct urtM. Tortolt Mi ell Cup I'urftpivrew. i "The fashion for tortoise shell comix is returning," said a large uptown retailer to a reporter "ssime live years ago combs werecot.sldertslout of fashion, and Iiolnnly used them except ladles of the old school, ni.(l then the tombs were very small. Hut the stylo has Veil growing in favor, nnd I should not Iss surprised lo-rt iu a few years the enormous comb of our grandmothers worn again " "Does the style of the comb originnto here, or is it uiqiortcd from Paris, with the rest of a woman's headgear' asked the reporter "Oh. no, I buy my goods from a m mii fneturer iu the citv who has Int'ii iu ll.e I trade for it immla-r of years. The French combs do not take here, and nt the same time the designs nre o elaborate that thev cost, with the duties, too much for the average purchaser." On the second tloor of nn old fashioned building the rejsirter found the largest tortoise shell comb manufacturer in the city lie said: "tortoise shell com clnelly from Central America and the West India islands. The natives trade the shell for provision and clothing, and down there it i as good as silver." "Are the shells brought here w holer" asked the rejiorter. "Oh, no. When the natives catch the tortoise they kill him nnd e.tose the shell to the lire, which loosens the plates, and then they are easily pulled apart. There are thirteen plates on the back of the tor toise and thirteen on the stomach The ! stomach plates Hre w hat we call umlier shell, and are worth more than the rest, for when they are polished they are al most as light as genuine hiiiIxt " Xear the door sat a white haired old Frenchman scraping and cutting some shells which a lad took up nnd bound to gether with a thread. A comb has to be pereral shells thick. After the shells are cut out in the general shae of the design wanted, they are vv mpjied inseveralthlck liesses of wet cotton cloth nnd placed !. tween two heavy heated irons in a press, width is screwed down. Ixft therefor half nn hour, the steam welds them to gether nlctly. nnd when taken out they go to the designer, w ho pastes a paper at tcrn on the shell, so that all the delicate filigree work can lx cut out with vv ha" looks like nn ordinary scroll saw. They are then sent to another num. where the rough edges are cut off with circular saw s about as large as the end of n lead Iiencil. After going through several processes the comb arrives at the Inst stage, the polishing room There are a iiumlior of wheels uf different sizes, some thicker than others, revolving at a rapid rate. The proprietor explained: "These w heels are lonqiosod of many layers of muslin cloth, and the heat generated through friction removes all roughness and puts on a lieautiful polish, uhu.li lasts as long .is the comb." "Do you make any of those very large comlis, like th it specimen in the "case" The manufacturer picked up the comb, which measiirtd fifteen inches wide and eight inches high, lieautifully carved, and replied: "That comb was sent herefrom llrazil by a lady of l)om Pedro (ourt I mended it, but it has never been called for, nnd I am not sorry, for it is n curios ity in thia country. We do not make any like it. I have some pretty large ones. tbe ladies of Havana still TVi'vle. Tortoise shell put imSfailirXSr mofte?s. Here, for .. . .. - Tsf , ' . I instance, are a lot of cap roBh-pWcs. .V-. J prHTfeVgfis juai'onediuff an ounce." Xew York Evening Sun In Their Summer Attire. The Englishman and the Frenchman nre nowhere more unlike than in their lichavior In summer. The Frenchman loves to look summer like. If he is obliged to remain in the city he will en deavor, by his attire, to practice nion his imagination the innocent deception that he is walking upon the yellow- sands of the sea shore, lie wears a straw hat, an nlpaca coat not necessarily black, nnd white trousers. Xot unfrequently he saunters over the burning asphalt in sand shoes. He is a practical philosopher, for n thorough change of dress chnngis the ideas if it does not change the nir. Englishmen are the direct optxislte. They are rigidly formal in the matter of dress. The typical Londoner and man of busj. Vess, so long as he is in town, wrajis him velf up in his frock coat, although the 3og star may be raging and the heat has changed him to the color of a lioiled lob ster. When he is on duty he is afraid to appear liefore the world in free and easy garb, lest he should be sttsiected of being giddy and frivolous. He has his notions, however, of comfortable clothing in sum mer, and he frequently indulges them when lie goes abroad. His apivaran e on the txiulevards often astounds the Pari sian. When abroad, at the opera, at din ners and similar occasions, he lovu, to show his superiority to all rules and hor rify the natives by his neglige. Home Journal. Perception of Cold and Heat. It is well known that n cold sensation reaches consciousness more rapidly than u sensation of warmth. Dr. (loldscheider, of Berlin, whose researches on the hot and cold points of the skin have gained him a well deserved reputation, has recently ac curately measured the length of the time necessary to perceive these sensations. The oliscrvations were made on parts equally sensitive to heat anil told, and with intensities of heat and cold equally different from the temperatureof the part. The time of contact was recorded electric ally by means of a metallic button fixed to the skin. Contact with n cold point was felt on the fate after l;l..", on the arm after 1!?, on the nlxlumen after 22, on the knee after 25, hundredths of a second. The sensation of a hot point was felt on the same surfates after 111, 27, 112 and VJ hundredths of a second respectiv ely. This great dillerence in time has an inqiortaut theoretical bearing on the physiology of dermal sensations. Science. Saturn Moon Circles. rurlhcr marvels of Saturn's rings have been noted by M. Stuyvert, of the ltoyal observatory of Brussels, and other astron omers. Dnky notches iu the edges of the rings, with evidences of variability, are indications which support the view that the singular hoop like npehdages of nur sister planet are made up of small satellites so close';- grouped that the spaces separating them from each other are not v isible at the earth's distance. Arknnsaw Traveler. Cu.hloued Iu Kuny Uutns. inclosed in lips that part in smiles like the opening rosebud, the teeth gleam with daz zling whiteness if the charming possessor uses btautifying SOZODO.NT, which cleanses and blauehes the teeth without abrading their enamel like mineral prepa rations designed for the same puiose. This agreeable odorous and salutary article not only benefits the teeth and enchances the beaut v of the mouth, but removes ranker. ?id reuitJies ulceration of the gums. To persons wishing to attend the Friends' vcarlv meeting at Oskaloosa. Iowa, the I. It. AW. will sell for train Xo. 3. leaving Springfield at .1:15 p. in., Monday. Septem ber 5, tickets; at 813.09 for the round trip. Tickets will be good for thirty days to return. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ! Your a tention is called to the special efforts we are making to place right here in your own market the most complete line of Builders' Hardware ever brought to Ohio. Our aim is to carrv in stock evervthinn in our line that is necessary to furnish a house complete, in the most substantial and tasty manner, in any siyle and price desired The advantage to you of dealing with a house that can furnish everything ON SHORT NOTICE, at PRICES THAT CANNOT BE BEAT Is obvious. Before buying, see our very popular Exclusive Styles, put up one set in a box complete, thereby insuring convenience and saving of time, viz: BRONZE FRONT DOOR SETS, BRONZE SLIDING DOOR SETS, BRONZE INSIDE DOOR SETS, etc., in varie'y and at prices that can't be met by anybody with inferior goods. Carpenters and Mechanics can save time and money by dealing wilh us, because we have the largest stick to select from, and are enabled by additional discounts on large purchases to make THE CLOSEST PRICES. HENRY C. "WISEMAN, TOOLS, FACTORY SUPPLIES, CUTLERY, BUILDERS' HARDWARE, FISHER BLOCK. WHITEHEAD & 6ARD BROTHERS, DAILY MARKET AND GROCERY IN ALL SPRINGFIELD. MORROW'S OLD FRUIT HOUSE, CORNER HIGH AND MARKET STS. DAILY MARKET, FISH MARKET, MEAT MARKET. The Largest and Best Market in the City. All the Best and Freshest Goods ; a Complete Stock in every department and the very best goods. Careful attention given to each customer. Call and see us. WHITEHEAD Sc C3 CHURCHES TOMORROW. Veoinu at. a. swwiia imwi w . . ffMeainirajlopj iriandj p. m .by Rev. Central M . I. Sabbath school at Memorial university." Attiaoi, Tmaauce; Seats are free. StranTers eordlau? wejeontea. T'lnlty Itvptlat church . corner onto Ume-1- stineand .Mulberry sirms. i-rrauiuaoM. o-ts'ur at 11 a. in. Sabbath school at !.JI a. in. v oiiiiK people's meefnn at 7 p. m. j-abbain school st J p. m InTrlulty llapt.st chanel on tae corner of west Pleasant and old Kajton road Preaching sabbath evening at 7:-f. irr niMtttit at the church vednesilay evening at 7 4 . and at the cnapel Friday e.enlni: all ar. coraiauv invoeu iu oucim any or all of these meetings. J. II. Lnt-rts. pastor second Knclish Lutheran (.. A fiotwald, rislor Sun J ly school at 9 a. m. 1 reach Irs at 10 v a in. and at 5 p.m. Wednesday evening servicesat7 30p m. hveryoody is vvei- cone st Paul M K .'oi'ch. VrllowMirmi.sstr'et. near lhvi-1'.ev. ltiomi's la e. of tbe I nlon llodie'. Cincinnati. ireche In the morning atlO l.sndUcv.vt I. llipes. n. n.ottne l inclnnatl conference, preaches iulhe even ing at 7. ij. Sunday school at U a in. wel coipealt. 1 r.li.ptit -und.i- sum' at tvu am I'reach'ngboth In tne rooming and evening liytheptstor. Uev A. b. Mllkinsou. I. I. I'raver meeting Wednesday eveaing. all are ccrd'iMy 'nitd totntsesenlc.es. Chmt'nn ciiurch. High street. thr e don-s et of .lirciiaiitc -t:ev I"- iuniinerbeil.pas tor. .ll preac-u to the mornliu .at II o ciock. ind it the evening aisociovs. ..uuiwi ,ui v. ,il !' 1) a. lr. Prayer meeting V.ednesjjy r-venlng. "ill ihe fii loners ot Jesus arelnvit mjtiu,i t prlv le'fs ot this church, aim sinners are urged to come to Jesus. All are Inv'ted. ".. st Presbyterian. corner Vi'u and I Is ler re.s-Kev. i. I falconer. c l . p:.stor. reach at II a m and at 7 X p m. .-ib- i .school at x in. Young people s pray er meeting at7 ii p. m. The puD ic coraiauy liict-l. K .s Lutheran, corner High and factory 1 e .,-Kev. J. II. Ilelivic. ii. l'.. pasior. sitiua i school at Ma in. Preaching at in- It in. No evening services rrayer ii'mnic aid lecture on Wednesday evening, ira ic Invited to thejeservlces. secoud Presbv'eel in -Preaching at 11 a. m. by Kev J. UUodgers. Young people s meeting lip 111. i'raver ineeiin eouesoa, r..i- ln at S p. m No evening service. All are cjrdlally Invited to attend. fourth i Kolscoo (I -ervices con ductec. ii'orning and evening by Kev. Henry Johnson. ol Vi oostc", Ullio. auareui ica 10 attend. I ii'ted l'r-stivte'laii. corner of Limestone aid viultierrt streets s.lu, 4th school at V 10 m I'reichliig by the pastor nev. aosepa Kyle, at 11 a.m. and s p in. oimg people s rneetings at 7 ii. ni. Prayer meeting every Velucsday evening. All coniiany mmni to afend First Col ireiitioii.d Center str.-et-sunday school at " O a. in. ihe pastor. Lev. jiutiel I'. IiiinUp. win preatn av ii a in tomorrow p. s. I' r.. meeting at . p. in preaching In tie evermg. lou are corui- a'lylnvited t ongregatovnxi Latonda avenue-l.ev. s. P. Iiuulap. pastor nf the Urst churcti. win preach In the evening at fi o'c'ock. Sabbath school at '! in. C K Folger. superintend em Y S.C.E. meeting at" p m. Allaieln- vited. North street . M. K cluirch -Preaching :tt 10 a. in and p in Sund ly cfool at V p m Class meeting every iueaay evening 3 p. in eaisiree j i. ioss, p vsivn. "tecum! iiiptist. south Factory stttet Rev. UHton It. lloone. instor. Sunday school at 9-J.ia in Pre idling by the pastor. Lev vv ii ton K Itoone.at it a. in. ana at s p.m. aii welcome '.aeonil.il 11 church c J Tiurkert. pasto. Preaching at 10 V a ni and sp m sabbath school at si a m. strangers are cordially In vited. r.,th...iit Protest.int. Pleasant street, be- teen Market and Center sunday school at y in Preaching at in- a m .Mievenins service. WeJueslay evening prayer meeting at s o clock w J nniev. I. n.. pastor. All arecordlallyinvitedtothese services. 1'iiUersalist Church Pre idling tomorrow at (i K lull at 1! a in. by Kev. Henrietta tnore. .sundavsehoolal!L)a.m. A cordial lnvitatiouexteuded to all. Freewill 1! iptlst Clifton ave-iue opposite Maple avenue Hev. It. J Poston. a former pastor of this church, will preach bunday forenoon and also Iu the evening. All are In vited. (irace M.E West Main street-B. F Jack ton, pcslor. Pre telling e.ich Sabbath at M 31 a m. and s p. in. Class and prayer meeting Thursday at s p. m. .sabbath school at 2:30 p m. A cordial welcome to all. The llareict of Comhi nations True delicacy of flavor with true etlicacy of action, lias been obtained in the famous California liquid fruit remedy. Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant taste nud beneficial effects have rendered it immensely popular. llottles for sale at Casper's drug store. THE ONLY STAPLE GROCERIES! FINE FRUITS! oorfciVicrt "Bccnr-PAiriA." Onlek. etJBtueia rare, all annovlmT KMi.er. f IsdaTsnd Urimry Dlttsaes. $1. AtPruggfrts. sat to operstloa, don't davttrt Um stoavxrh, ataWTOH ON latT' Aft for "Roogaoa Dirt;" A pert eet wsaktoe powder found at last 1 A harmless extra flu A 1 article, pure and clean, sweetens, freshen., bleaches and whitens without slighest injury to finest fabric Unequalledforfinelinensand lace, general household, kitchen and laundry use. softens water, saves labor and soap. Added to starch Increases gloss, prevents yel lowing. Sc. sOc, 25c at Grocers or druggists. The reduction of the August was 54,SO"J,47.1. 51,074.031,31.-1. public debt during The total debt is rVtna thatarei'retfnl.rieevish. svswo cross, or troubled with Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or Stomach Disorders, 'an be relieved i at once by using Acker's Babr Soother. I It contains no Opium or Morphine, hence is safe. Price 125 cents. Sold br Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. Willie Gelger was plaving with matches at Xenia. O., and set tire to his clothes and bullied to death. CKOUP. WHOOPING COUCH and Bronchitis Immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. For sale by F. A. Garwood. In Hamilton county the amount of Dow law tax collected on the June assessment Is SiKO.iWi b4. That feeling of extreme debility is en tirely overcome bv Hood's Sarsaparilla. "I was tired all over, but Hood's Sarsapirilla gave me new life and strength," says a Pawtucket, 11. I., lady. Hood's Sarsapa rilla is sold by all druggists. SI a bottle, or six bottles for S5. The coinage for August was SM.OUO gold and .",105.000 silver. IC rvww Of tuo good things of this vvxv3 life are sorrowfully let alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's Dyspepslr. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a positive guarantee at 23 and SO cents, by Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. Cnrej Coach., Cold, HaarjeneM, Croup. Am Urvaclilt-H Waooissflt Cough. Ineiplem Coru .aataw Uon, and relieve, eoftfan Arsthm. laajav. Uon mm Uon, tuul relievw roiuiinipUTu Ersons iadTancsrl tt&s of slii-r'iiM. I'nctilfirt. Ccth f loa. lb Genuine Vr. Hull s Coiak Syrup U mA on! In iff i trnipt-rr. and b,-r our wmttfsl i.trv.l f rw!-MarW to it . A BuUfrllfad in a Itrcte.a .- lHatriOrJ-tOsIs. BIKa tnri mils aiima.tu.rv of JJin H. Hull . At llettrr t" ft.. Sold FnVi, lUHtroore, MtL. IJ &.A. Chew Lattcty Ptc-Tl- creat ToVacro An WEAK MEN! if'i -rwst !- lllwLr. f nrvrlMBSBoslla ratajMiMlirliaM.rts.rnuUfffiomiivvliitfrrtktMor xrrMI rjrWiltsi'-)(a-"rtMrilrir.brthl OK EAT MAHSUn TKKAT.MOT. I Ivsmmk . tr- SIsiniM le rrvl br Faths-rs ndnlawj In MADE STRONG th hltDilS Of Ibctr .Njii. aW RsrM with InfiYTUtUlon of vkln to all oven. MARSTONREMEDYCO l9PrkPlAC.NwVorti INSTALMENT DEALERS Kill find Just what they need-A FU LL Ll N E OF INSTALMENT GOODS.so'd, only tu tte, I N STALME NT TR ENT TRADE, by addrets,lcg lJllTAlJla!fIcazBs, st rri.x uj, caie. i- sC03VE.EILaE:r3E3 - AE.3D IB ROT HERS, MAIiKBT aJN13 1UGII STS. 7 ii i i . i i f ' fyi -Jaaaamaatl .afasTaaw s-aaa-aa SHtaafatsjM aa - . -'J r - aaaMaaaT'taaaa?TM aaal M llflfaaf '- .. ' k m LLBBBr aLTTIII .H saaaawaaaaal t 7T -aalamarTaaaaaaf I w- imak&mmemimL---mct' -- -t T?!l:i.av -rrI5 - 'ia -- .s -i i ,- r .' -- .a m OYSTER PARLORS! The first of the season served in first-class style. Call in today and this evening. THEY ARE NICE. 16 EAST HIG-H. ST. ASK TOR THE Xo bones over Lip to break. , Quickly and perfectly adjust ed to the form. Double Bone! Double Steel! Double Seam! WARRANTED. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Sample Duplex Corset by mail, post-paid, for ONE DOLLAR. Bortree Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich. FOREST HOUSE, Xo. 33 IV. .IKI't'KKMIX VTKKKT, SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO. WAMTKI- few first cii Kvntlemen bo.irJer. rim... flrst-vUfs ubli boir-1, pod room, ami in fact. vtry accommiv. d&tton to make home pleasant. We hive tu connect. nn lco.mI pirk and all conven lenee. of : tint cl-m house The hou is situited in center of a park and ennvec ient toall de,Mts,al4o iHtnfficeaml tele Rraph ofllces. D.WISSINGER. PROP'R. Dr. Frank C. Runyan. DENTIST. SaTRoomsIn BncttlcKbam'sIlalldlnir.oTert a-Marphr& BrosStore.- Soaelalsttenttccglfen to tb toi.t ..s W1TTENMEKG CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC. For term an 1 accommodations address BOX 164, SPRINGFIELD, 0. QTITF UNIVERSITY, U'RlL COLl'MIICS. Eleten courses of study KlKlit fully ciulpped laboratories. -Catalogues sent free on annli cation. Legal Notice. XoahSttne.plalntlil, vs. Ida Stlne. defend ant. Court ot Common Picas. ( lark county, u. Ida 5tlne. residing at Denver, state of Color ado, will take notice that on the LTth day of July. lssT. No ih Stlne filed Ids petition In the Court of Common Pleas Clark county. Ohio, praylne for a divorce irom saia ma Mine on the ground of willful absence for more than three years last past NO.Ml slIXE. 17yt r.yvlto.A Bcvaii.hlj Attorney. jOIfitTNjjs' III FANCY GROCERIES, PICKLED GOODS, CANNED GOODS. LAP'S CELEBRATED HATS! FALL STYLES JUST OUT. T1GHIUM Sole Acciit lor Sprinslild. ANDCUHERSOFTHE Champion Brand SUGAR CURED HAMS, SHOULDER and BACON. PURE LEAF LARD! For Family Use. W.Grant'sSons 1 6 E. High Street. FOUNTAIN BRANDS FINE CUT AND PLUO. Incomparably the Bast. PORK puras M Aitiaaa 'l ' 1 Laaaaaa. aaftcf4aaaae!uiraU''?!CBaaaaaaa fei himTTT"' -7i: "'' . 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