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REPUBLIC, SATUHPAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 3. 1887.
t wsssism atJBte TJ CHEAPEST IX THE CITY. ivr.AsoiBrs Reliaiito Self-Sealers, only $1.00 per dozen. TIN CANS!! i$c dozen. Every Can Warranted, i Jelly Tutnhl-rs Cliean; Stone1 Pickle Jars with ciMers, at either More. tohty vvWCo BARGAIN STORES. 1 Md 93 Wst Mai u St. and 40 Sooth Mar. ketst-.slprliigOelil.O. PEOPLES COLUMN. FKKE AI KKTISIX1. OX AXD AFTER Todny the Springfield Iim. Rirrsuc will insert such "ads"as "Wants' "Lost." "For Kent." "For -Wle."etc.tn this column one time free, three times for twenty tve cents, and slv. times for fifty cents THEsTRlMIFlELDFUB CO. WANTED. WAXTED-Sltuitlon. hy an experienced if woman. Plum street. nortl aa WAXTED Purchasers at the sale of reels tered and graded Jersevs. to be held at the old Ludlow riacc.ci't High street. Satur day. September 10. at 2 p. m 3s TTJ sXTED To rent- house with five or six rooms, suitable for sm ill family Refer ences given. Address J. E. It: nest Main street. 3-b TTTAXTEIl-You to take notice that you for ty got. last we-k. to write to W R. Llnn.tr, Arcade. Springfield. Ohio, about a farm, house and lot. stock of goods, or something that you wanted to trade for Kansas land. Io It at once. -L- WAXTED House of t.S or fi rooms, from " to 10 squares of the postofflce. for a fam III of three crow n people and one child Ad dress "XYZ." this office. 2""t W AXTED-'-alesms.n: can add A 1 line, small ssmpls One agent earned .K), aeve-i others up to t2.M In lss P. 0 boi 1X1, Xew York. TITAXTEIl Agents Either sex: W.niO at Vf onee: grand invention: ViV) sold first thirty days; royal picnic while It lasts: be quick. 0 S. Home Manufacturing Co . Royal Kpt.. Chicago. 111. 3ttam VAXTEO ood machine, floor and super intendent of bench molders. at the Loeb Foundry Co.. Decatur. 111. Miam WASTED M X To t.se the ajencv of our safes: sire 2xlxls Inches: weight VH) lbs : retail price. SYi. other sizes In, propor tion. A rare chsnee t.i create a iermanent business at horns These safes meet a de mand never before supplied by other safe companies, as we are not governed by the Safe Pool. Alpine Sale Co, Cincinnati. 0. 19Tatwis WAX TED- reliable man to represent onr nurseries In thts section. Something permanent. Chas. H. Stuart A Co.. nursery men. Sesrark. Sew York, established ISM. WAXTED All kinds of clothes wringers to repair: called forand delivered: orders by trail promptly attended to. S.M. Miller. Us I West Main. Ts sllli carriage, n. .. Will aem cheap. Inquire of T.5.flMkBOB- 2-a FOR SsLE t auction -Registered and graded Jersevs.at the old Ludlow Place. east High street. :Mturday. .N?3tember 10, at 2 p. m. J FOR SLE V fine lot of nuistered and graded Jerseys, to be sold at auction, at the old Ludlow PUce. east High street, tatur daT.eitemherlo. at 2 p. m 3", ,u e irw AuU firia j-au-a . ...-.- Vj A goodwill ot boarding house; j doing Bd l Washington st. 2Wt rTTTTTTTT; .... f.i, ...numm in ' J the Yellow -iu-inss House will be sold at , public auction. Tuesday, sept 11. ISsT. com-1 mendnz at 10 a m. sharp and continuing ,,... v. - ...1. ...- .- -- ,- f..m Htv tiiriir until all the iroods are dls. posed of. This furniture was all purchased new about a year ago Large part of It has never been use t. and all of the latest designs. See tig posters eve-yhe-e Don't fail to at tend the sale. Terms cash. It A. Cassad. Yellow springs. O. James Foley, auctioneer 19tmr FOR RENT. TtilR RENT, house cl 7 rooms. r Chestnut avenue, telephone CsS Apply to Frank J. vi ebb. a: FOR REST House- V very desirable seven room brick house. No. '. JIaple avenue: lot 75x275: suitable for small family; good stable, out houses, lied a ell. cistern, etc. Enquire of J il.CLAKk. in t Jefferson and Market streets. 207tf FOR REN'TTwo or four rooms, centrally located, with first-class accommodations; rents cheap: none but white need apply; man and wife preferred Cor Washington street and Deardug avenue. '21 TXm'REXT The large stor rootn.lM east T .Main street, rent tio per month Inquire of Thonixs Hi.trp 2ilf MONEY TO LOA. "I0XE TO LOAN On good mortgage or Jl on personal security Inquire of 0. II KIs ell, real estate and loan xget, room 5 Com mercial block. -springfie'd O J't-Sim MUNtl lO L.uO-luuuisuI Son.itot7.tMi, onthree tofiveyears' time, on first mort gage or approved commercial paper, ileorge H. Coles, room So. 1. Lagonda bank building. . V.VANOaHAS, r.b.uuis.i.d. 0HS. VtH NORMAN i. HOUSE. Physicians and Surgeons. Office, So. 3 Mitchell Itloek. Residence, No. 143 nigti St. Offlce Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m. 1 p. m. to 3 p. to. I and evenings. GEO. 1. DIEHL JS AND 75 EAST MAIN ST. HARDWARE! MANTELS, GRATES, DOORS, SASH, BUNDS, GLASS, OIL CLOTHS, BIRD CAGES, CJ-3 THE VERY a w i i i iKSKsBsBllsstisifl'S ' FSfsTaS ' 4bmSSjs3 iumBsassssssssssssssssssssssssssssiasK W- --...- MAT. I V tBaMssOTolonrl irenllle n when many persons I in foree This is the season suffer from mtlarla. The aching bones, tired feeling, slight fever, and perhaps a coated tongue. show that the poison ls at work. To put a stop to this, as well at to cure regular fever and ague, useelther PICDrD'C IHTI till IDI1I DIIICIa,ld of that force was """ 1:,-M reciment, lifldrLn j An H'MILAn AL r I La rj ! ism o. . n-..iarkr - - - -- - I on Casper's Ferer and Ague Mixture Dr. Casper also lias for sale all of the other standard Ferer and Ague .Medi cines, atso Quinine in Pills or Powders. The true cenulot article and no ad mixture whatever. These and all othfr malarial mediciDfi.wtUi full directions, for sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, rtabor'sBlMk. MalBalisMt,Id Door Wast of Z.lsaaloo,l!prtainld. COMING IVENTS. Gitv.Mi. Monday September "Chip o' the Old liloek." Black's. Thursday evening, Sept. 8, Cora Van Tassel's great spectacular play, "The Hidden Hand." Git .M. Thursday, SepL 8, (Jus Wil liams. Buck's. Wednesday evening, SepL H, Frederick Warde as "Galba, the Gladi ator." LOCAL BREVITIES. The Band of Hope will meet at Temper ance hall, Sunday afternoon, at .30. Mr. C. C. Thomas is quite sick at his room on the w est side of market space. Dr. L. E, Custer has gone to Philadel phia on business. He will be absent about two weeks. Mr. Charles Held g-oes to Columbus Mon day, to enter the excellent stenographic college there. Mrs. Daws, of Harmony, Is in the city Kiting her husband and friends on south Center reeL Dr. E. G. Aleorm. a prominent oculist from Cincinnati, Is in the city, and is about locating here. Mr. John Powers has gone to Yellow Springs for the purpose of taking unto himself a wife. Miss Mary Lewis, of the north side. leaves Monday to enter Wellesley college, near Boston, Mass. Mr. John S. Shewalter, the popular city clerk, was in Mechanicsburg yesterday at tending the M. E. conference Mr. George Irvin Held, of Jackson, Mich,, who has been the guest of relatives in the city for the past three or four weeks, left yesterday for home. Mrs. F. A. Kirkpatrick, of Richard street Dayton, is the guest of her son. Captain T. J. Kirkpatrick. of south Lime stone street, for a week or two. Messrs. Kichard Rcdgers and John M. Winger are at Harrisburg, Pa., this week, attending the lnter-state picnicof Grangers, which is held at Williams's groe. Mrs. Frank J. Webb and son returned here from a summer's sojourn at Lake wood, Chautauqua lake, Wednesday. The 'yocrtg gentleman" is much improed in ealtb. Mr. Samuel Fletcher, adrir.es agent of W. H. Powers's Ivy I.eaf company, which Ls to appear at the Grand opera bouse next Friday and Saturday. September 9 and 10, is in the city. Mrs. Mary Layton, mother of Mr. O. A. Lay ton, the Bee Line baggage master, rt tumed last evening from Llgonier, Ind., I where she had been spending the summer with her daughter. The Accidents have accepted a challenge to Mentally drop around to Wilmington on Wednesday. September 7. horns with the colored club of and hitch that city. Buys, don't lose jour passes on tills trip, , ,. ,, nrnrnrr t.tt. t tne i Conductor M. uregorj. lateoi me i. B. & W. road. has resigned his position and accepted a better oneon Georgia Pacific road, running out of Atlanta. Conductor Gregory is a good railroad man and clever gentleman, and his friends here see him leave with real regret Messrs, Dick Hughes and "Bussv" Wil-' 777- son returned yesterday afternoon from their No. lSii"1 " J ' .. trip to the reservoir, at Uuntsviiie. iney brought back fifty-one tine fat ducks and report splendid sport The Rkpuumc was remembered with a brace of the best of them for which due thanks are returned. Dr. Russell is still on the shooting grounds. The primary department of the Trinity Baptist mission chapel at the corner of Pleasant street and the old Da ton road. , picnicked very delightfully In Hughes's I grove Thursday afternoon, about sev enty ' teachers and pupils being present The ! ket A complete store for eatables. All little people met at the chapel and ad- the goods are the best quality and caretul journed to the woods in a body. The 'attention is given to each and every custo ' ... .,. ,imer. It is well worth a visit to this store, day was spent In feasting, and the usual ( u ,s t,le 0I), one , t,ie ct tnat is ,,. out-door sports of such an occasion. The piete in all resiecls as a dally grocery chapelis In a flourishing condition and is and market, where everything in edibles steadily Rowing; jPaT'a "visit to this metropolitan fruit 1. O. U. F. Notire. The members of Canton Bethard are ordered to meet at Odd Fellow s' hall next i Monday evening at .:S0 for muster of om-, cers. W. II. EI.WLI.L. Captain. II II FoHltKT Clferk. - I For children's school shoes call on Rouse '& Parsons. Their prices are the lowest and their assortment of goods the best in the cltJ TTT He Mas a Flu i A young man. whose name we are not at liberty to mention, recentl) created consid- nable excitement on one of our leading I business thoroughfares by having what is i commonly termed a fit ' The young man has heretofore shown no signs of this malady, and solemnly asserts that it is the hrst time in his life that he was ever subject to this sort of an affliction. His reappearance on the street after his . recovery has occasioned considerable com ment among his friends, by reason of the , marked change in his geneial bearing and appearance. I This nt was secured at Jason W. I'hil- Iips's merchant tailoring establishment, 39 j east Mam street and fur a nobby, st)Iish suit challenges comparison with any other i house In the city. His stock is thoroughly new and complete, and consists of all the latest novelties in woolens. For artistic cutting he hasn't an equal, and in price he can underbid the lowest Call and see him, at 39 east Main street ! Wheldon & Merrill sell the celebrated j Uurd Jackson coal. Try it LATEST THE FIRST REUNION. man's I.VM O.V.I. Meet at The SprliiKllrlil lots" Detailed Ac utint of the It'ro- rettllng. In the sprint: of livi. Ohio, through Governor John llrough, ent .T,0K) llun- dred Da)s" uien to Virginia and elsewhere. jqmuty-raglnieiil. andjtwo companies of IW- i ... i Jliljjjroni this clly. 1 he latter were Com imniis E and K. Captains A. S. Hushnell and Charles A. Welch. In the 153d. which organized at Camp Deunison and left fur New Creek, Virginia, May 11, 1M14. The reguiuuit was muster-4. h1 out ijejjuuuoer -a. iwh, auu. on tiiwi IwenlTthLrd anuutrsarv of that interesting jmi tlwi ceremony, on Friday met at Greemille for IU. hrst reunion, effecting a permanent or ganization. The two Springfield companies were well represented, both Captains Bushuell and Welch, with Lieutenant Asa Hatch, of Co. E, attending. There were present of E's bo s, gouuc-Xroiu )sre, besides the officers named. Corporal P. II. S. Djer,'Cuipoials jonn it. j(mnvm,.i nqiniHi a. l . 1 locii ran, Wm. II. Grant Jonas Drury. Joseph Miller, G. Winger, J. II. Thompson. C. i-olger, , Cy. Albln. Dan Hiibeu. At Greenville were found Orderly Sert M C. Powell, of Pauldinir; Corjionil Rodney Stn i i. of 1a ganspurt, Ind.; h. II. McCartnev. of Chaiu liaicn county, and Albertus Ituhl, of Cov ington, Miami county. Company K's boys were Captain Welch. Orderly Sergeant Joel Funk. Sergeant C. M. Tuttle, John Arbogast John Cornell, C. Gillon. A. II. Gillett M. Gallagher, Albert Tuttle. K. C. Xelson. James Butler. W. W. Seal, D. C. Lawrance, James Perks, Fred. 1 hresher, ui. B. locke. ""The parlj wltli Hie excepllon of eight of companv K, who inlssen the urst train, arrived at Green ill about 9 o'clock. The business meeting was held in Mozart hall, a place splendidly adapted for the purpose, which was filled. Col. David Putman, the old commander, presided, with Lieut C. B. Northrop as sgcretary. The proceedings opened with prajer by Chap lain T. S. Guthrie, formerly of this city. An address of welcome was delivered. In the absence of Greenville's major, by Judge Calderwood, after which Colonel Put man made an address, which received the close attention of the bo)s, as it gave them facts of more than ordinary Interest not before known to them, coming in the form of a review of ttie regiment's experiences. At noon the reglmentwith guests, formed and marched to City hall, where the usual big dinner was spread, but as it was the crow d was big enough to get away with It Reassembling at the hall at 2 o'clock business w as resumed. A nominating com mittee of one for each company presented names of officers of the proposed regimental association, which report was continued as follows: President Colonel David Putman: corresponding secretary. Lieutenant A. II. 11 de, company H; recording secretary. II. M. Cole; treasurer, James McXeal. The same committee reported In favor of ac- cepting an invitation to hold the next re- uuiou at Arcanum septemoer '.:, isss. l ne rolls were completed and it was found companies were represented as follows: Company A 23, B IS. C 2 J. D 10, G 14. II 14. F IT, E IT. K 10, I 21. Total. 1T2. With the officers and others who failed to register the total attendance was a little over 200. The regimental flag, minus the staff and pretty well tattered b) this time, was dis played and the question of caring for it dis cussed. It was finally decided to place it upon a staff and deposit in the flag room of thecapitol at Columbus. Speeches were next in order and Colonel Putman. Chap lain Guthrie. Lieutenant Northrop, Captain Hushnell. Comrade Gillett Company K, and one or two, others nuire briefly. Captain llushnell iu his re- tiiarlra ! iirttAil tliitiLa Ksvl'lsllf "if f llH SpringhelJcouipanle, for. the recepion and courtesies extended them and respond ed to the address of welcome by Judge Calderwood. Companies E and K reached home, sat isfied with the trip, at 10.::o Friday night They all have many good words for Green ville, which is one of the very prettiest towns in western Ohio. TO THE FRONT. Th ewr Grocery and Dally Market off vThllehead Gard Urotlisn-Thair Mew Goods and Opening. The new grocery and daily market corner of Market and High streets, is now opened by Messrs. Frank Whitehead and the Gard brothers. sons of the late Mr. Silas II. Gard, of Tremont City. Only a short time ago Mr. Frank Whitehead came to this city to ciers in a .grocery, and it wasn't long until he acquired thorough knowledge of the business, and with push, energy and capital that he Uis- ', he,was "," pJPprite,,ori,hsL0 Buv ing a store and stocking it up with good ggoAs he gained a splendid business by (.jo. attention and business principles. Further branching out has found him opening a new and large business with the Card brothers, Emerson E. and Wilbur It, who well up and good business )oiing men. They ars popular and will soou have a long list of friend.. The new store. Morrow's old stand, has been related and entirely changed. The stock will embrace all the staple and fancy groceries and Kreell Krocene-.. fruits, hsh and meat mar- house and you will find the very nicest j goods in the market jtr- Albert Thompson, of the Driscol . , ,. ,,... ,.I..i -" ""- """" ""c '- "n- juuu; au-'uimiu, ui me 9iiu)i, a usj ui v I aeo. called at the Kepitiimc ofliete last e e n ing, to state that the statement published , ...,. m me ncn hi.ic-was suusiauuaii) c-orreci. j except that he did not hold Atchison dur- ' ing the infliction of the punishment He ing the infliction of the punishment wants this understood. Captain T. J. Kirkpatrick goes to Cleve land next Monday, to meet Mi-s Lizzie Mast w ho Is on ber w ay home from Mac inac, where she spent the summer, greatly to the Improvement of her health. Miss Mast is accompanied by her maid. The shoo liustness. I Messrs. Rouse Parsons the reliable shoe men. are booming things in their line. and are offering some very excellent goods. 1 They are a good firm to deal with and their regular customers and as man) more new ones will find good goods at No. 20 south Market street Constitutional Celebrati at rhlladel- plila. One fare for the round trip via Penns)!- vania lines.ou Septembt r 8th to 17th. The Penns)lvania lines will sell excursion tickets to Philadelphia and return at one , fare for the round trip. Good returning j until September 22nd. Ap)!)'to SM Donps, Ticket Agent P. C. 4 St. L. Ry. II FALL DERBYS AT PHYSICAL CULTUKE. DEVELOPING ONE SET OF MUSCLES AT THE EXPENSE OF OTHERS. I'edestrlanUm, Itowlug, ltusrbull. Tennis antl ltuiiiilng,Tli senslbln and lhy slologlral M ay.fnrsebark Kserclsa, Field Sports erv llrsltlifol. I l I am n strong believer in plij slcnl cnl ture, but phjsicnl culture is hnuiethiutf entirely different from outdoor spurts as they nre cnrrusl on nt preMiit. Ameri rnns do not take enotiirh even Ne Many patients that conie to the doctor need out- door exercise more than the do medicine. As Nme one has haid the dvsjtepsla fnm which 11 mini Millers isofuutimes more iu his les t linn in his stomach. The (irent difficulty with our sMirt Is that the develop one stt of muscles at the exiienseof the others. A ninnvvhu trains for a specialty is tralmsl only in the parts of the bod) bronnht chiefly into pl.iy in that particular sjiort or recrea- tion A tennis pluver trains In one way. a runner in another, while n lioiitsiiian noes throiiKli an entirely different course from ..uher. IJicli of th athletes is tn)Ult in one direction, but he has netf- lected General muscular exercises for the sake of developiiis a special locality. It will be found that the mail who irt phy sically strong in a special sjiort Is weak in some part of his Ixsly. A man, for in- t stance, who intends to I a runner will M train as to develop the muscles of his legs; but he will reduce the weight of his bud) above las legs iu order to carry less weight , mc.ins ok rorcLAn sroRTs. Fedestriatiisin is wholesome when in dulged In for pleasure, but is lid m con- tests. The professional juslestriati finally t becomes thoroughly broken up, the stum- ach and general system are exhausted by too much exertion Rowing is oae of tho best exercises if Indulged in moderately, j but an oarsman can row in a contest until eutnely exhausted and not know it until ( he is taken from ids boat paralyzed, so to i speak. ' liasetiall ls lull oi uanger, especially to the pitcher. So true is this that the ' luise ball pitcher's arm" as well as the "tennis arm" are recognized in the medical pro fession as special diseases 1 he exercise In baseball is very violent and sooner or later causes overstrain. Tenuis is a violent exercise and ls liable to be carried too far. Running is too much of an outburst to be of service in a general way, and is only gcxsl on account of the previous training necessary to follow it up. It carries its own reined) with it in the natural giving out of ''. legs before the rest of the body la exhausted. Training should bring up the general physical status to a point that will enable it to endure its utmost and with just a little to spare for the push of the urgent moment There should be just enough strength left to make the finish better than the start to break the record of the individual, so to sixak, and leave him iu better physical condition than If fore. The sensible and ph) slological way for s, man to take outdoor sjiort Is, acting on medical authority, to develop by special exercises the larts of his body that are weak. If a man take any pride in a sym metrically rounded plivsique he should give his whole attention to the organs that are weak. IIORSEnACR ET.HITISE niTSTINO. It is surprising to me that horseback exercise is not more indulged in than it is. Many young men spend enough money on their vices or follies to enable them to keep a horse. I wouM suggest that for those who cannot own a horse riding clubs might be formed. I.t the horses lie used irr th memtieisi at rlntiK Inst as rmara are used by boatingJjibs The expense of - aTeptng - the horses under srtch eOTUcm, is w hen divided up among members, would be small, and the horseback exercise could be varied with the more vigorous sports in which young men now Indulge. In that way the strength of the body w ould be more equalized. The outskirts of New York and Hrooklvn furnish many lines and road through beautiful country, and the riders could not fall to snjoy themselves. I do not know of any outdoor exercise so suitable for men as the orts of the Held. Hunting is a healthful and bene ficial sport. There is just enough excite- ment about it to make the exercise you take beneficial. While )ouare walking you are thinking about something of In- torcst; while your body is being exercised your urain gets a stimulus, nunung is good for the well and good for many who are sick. 1 have known invalids sent to the south with the advice that they should "go shooting" to come back restored in health. The man who combines hunting in the Held with horseback ruling, as is done in the south, has the ls.-st kind of outdoor recreaticti. Field sjiorts are for young men. tie older ones must be content with fishing or following the rabbit. S. Fleet Spier, U. D . in The Eioch. Tliev llotli Took Tips. Xear Central park there lives a woman , who occupies a comfortable apartment I and seems to possess a competence, she rises late and has her breakfasts sent daily from a neighboring cafe. To the waiter she is liberal, tipping him frequently. Not long ago this waiter, w hen passing along Third nveuue, was accosted bv u beggar woman. She was wretchedly dressed, repulsively ugly and squalid. The vv alter gav e her a multllated coin and the beggar thanked him volubly. The next day the waiter received the same mutilated coin from the woman to whom he carried breakfast. He was astounded. He could not believe that the woman who tipped in so regal a manner and the I wretched beggar of the avenue were one and the same lersou. He concluded to experiment. Marking a coin, he took a tiositiou on the avenue Soon the same w oman that had begged from him the night before asked him for alms. He gave her the marked piece of money. Two da) s afterw ards he received it from the woman of the apartment when she paid for her breakfast. He then ac cused her of mendicancy. She, discover ing that she was cleverly caught, laughed and said: "We lioth take tips, ouand I." The waiter rtlisl.csl the joke. He con tinues to serve her. Hie continues to tip him and to prey upon the public. The Epoch. Causes of Fires. Carelessness takes the lend in causing Ores in New York city. Out of T08 tires I which are recorded in the last quarterly report of Ihe tire department 35 are put Jovvn as the result of carelessness, , Smokers were responsible for fift)-nine ' md fireworks for nineteen. It looks ni though the smokers were as much in need I of regulation as the dealers iu fireworks. I New York Tribune. Williams's Art Store. Great bargains may still be had at Will iams's Art Store, TC east Main street iu fine pictures, frames, mirrors, ait goods. Ac Frames in all st) les made to order on short notice and at lowest prices. PvAa'e.4 ? Invention, Washington Is headquarters for learn .tig about new inventions, hut the latent office is the last place in the w orld to get information of that sort All they do there is to patent things it matters not to the offiro whether they are useful, will work as claimed or not. That lathe Inventor's look out. Two novel iuven tlous have mc'iitl) come to niy notice. One is a machine for making Iron pipes Heretofore a pipe of iron lias Is-cn niado of a certain length of iron brought to gether and the edges fastened, leaving a wild orseam the vv hole length Obviously it was onl) Isisalblv to make pipes of a certain length iu this I.u-tiion .Now a j machine has liem invented which takes a solid bar of iron, of an) lingth, anil liter I ally turns it inside out, tire pipe conies off Just as a lady pulls a long glove from her arm. Two sti el rones placed nl nu angle i bore inside the bar of iron, turnliur the pipe back over a third steel cone which works on the outside of the luir Is not that wonderful Iron, nowndirjs, is mnde so suft it can Ik-worked bj machinery nl I most a if it were putt) Another simple j niachiner) which dens wonders in its line is a pulverizer By the action of two counter currents of air nil) thing placed in the current Is reduced to impalpable I powder at once A nail disappear in dust as if It were a puff ball The linrdest j emorv, heretofore so difficult to grind, yields as readily l"pon the strength of the actual performance and utility of this machine, the stock iu some eimirv mines iu Canada, heretofore not alsive jiar, has ' now gone up to sf.'bO a shnrv It is sim ply the lower of attrition which produce the-se surprising results j A number of the tviogrnph machines have been brought to Washington mid set tin. If all that is claimed for the-e ma- I chines conies to Tie true, then the da) s of ' the compositor in lari:e priiitiiigolhcesare I numliereil Fuller Walker iu Kansas City Journal. Teaming m tStilHtiM Town. The story of Maraciibo' christening runs thus: it vv.es almost 400 vears ago, when S(unish invaders came sailing up the like to see what stori-s of gold or precious stunts might lie plundered from the rulers of its shore, and found where the city now Is a native town cnllcel Co qulvaica, governed bv a lowcrful chief nannsl Mam, who re-ntl the coming of foreigners with llcrce w arfare and man) battles Hut mail chid soldiers were more than a match for naked Indians, and one by one the villages suet uiiiIhsI, until tho last one only reiuniiied A determined stand was made here, and in the heat of battle the riinftnm fell Seeing his death a SiKinish soldier raised a try of victory that re-onnded throughout the attacking force, Mara cavo -Mara ca)oI "Mara has fallen!" And around the sjot where Mara fell, the fair town has grown that erpetuates Lis narr.e Dr W. F. Hutch iusou in 7 ne American Magazine. Ktcuniua to CSeltysbnre Battlefield via fennsyivnnia Lines. For the reunion of Ohio veterans and ded ication of Ohio memorial on Gett)sburg Battlefield. September 14th, the Penns)lva nla lines west of Pittsburg will sell low rate excursion tickets to Gettysburg on September Mil to 12th that will be good returning unlil September 2.1tli. 18ST. Full information can lie obtained from the near est ticket agent of the Peiinslvanlacoin p.m). Pittsburg, Cincinnati A St. Louis Ry. Co.. or Chicago. St. Loais & Pittsburg It It Co. As all stations will not have the 1 excursion tickets in stock it will be neces Isarythat notice be given the ticket sgent at the point where excursionists will take one of the lines named two or three da)s in advance, in order that tickets may be pro cureei. Detailed information may be pro cured by addressing E. A. Ford, general passenger agent Pittsburg. Pa. 200t-33b 1 at Clieup lttttetu Cincinnati. I On Saturday. September J. is., me uee i.ioe, ic. v., c. v c. jh. i.. i wm sCll emul sion tickets to Cincinnati and return arSS'1 for the round trip. Tickets good going only on Saturda), September 2d, and good to re turn on any tram September 3d or 4th, in clusive. No. S. night express, will stop at Brighton, thus enabling pissengers who wish to remain to witness the presentation of "Rome lTuder Nero" todoso. and return home the same night Remember the Bee Line lands passenger in the Grand Central depot at Cincinnati. No change of cars. D. 11. M u:ti. G. H. K.Moitr, 207m G. P. A. Agent i-n Handle oiice. i Excursion tickets will be sold by the Vuns)lvania lines to Gett)sburg. Pa , on September Sth. 9th. 10th. 11th and 12th, KOOd returning until September '.n. lsST. ' A set of teeth from SS up. Rowland' dentist 8 S. Market street over Leuty's. j Beware of light weight imitations of Electric Luster Standi. Used by the United States Government. En dorsed by the heads of the (Ireat t'nlverslth as the Strongest. Purest, and most Healthful lr Price's the only Baking Powder that does not contain Ammonia. Lime or Alum, bold only In Cans PRICE BAKIXO POWDER CO.. SIT Tliak. CHICAMl. ST. Lot IS. MRS. BERRY, ' PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. The Oslj tlrt-rUs ll.is.e of this kind In the elt). ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE Xo. lln'i W Main. V. E. Corner Factory. inRXETfs FLAT. RATKSi-SI to l..v per da ; and SJ4.au. V anil BMf per weeK. W. A. GROSS & CO., UNDERTAKERS AND KMHAI.MEKs, 50 West Main Street. Old Drlscoll Building, Springfield. 0 Otnce open day and night. ieiepnone.siO.3sv. IV. A. GROSS. T. A. GROSS. 14S. Factory Residence over Office. I PURLS & j ir.r.ui;v CREAM I MKlNg rnwnEP i WfOST PERFECT maoL BUGRIFTB. 4 EAST O EC :e .A. H? SCHOOL SLATES PENCILS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, ETC. POP CORN LUNGE BASKETS ! 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