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GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3.
Supported bT the Charming Artiste.
In the Powerjal Romantic Drama, the
An Emphatic Sue-cess In Two Iletnts pfceres.
Til Famous Byron Comblaatlon of 11 ay.
ere la their Natural Charmclor! nation.
Prices 75c, ,Vc and ISc.
at usual place
Seats now on sale
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
THE EVEXT OF THE ME A ON!
y FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, '87.
FOR ONE HIGHT ONLY.
MISS CLARA LOUISE
Leading Prima Donna Soprano of Ibe
Grand opera llousea In London. Vien
na. Berlin. Paris. St Petersburg and
New York, iu
. PART I -Miscellaneous. PART II-rntlre
fourth act ol Verdi's U rand Opera. I TKOV-ATOtt-,
in tull costarnss and staze settings.
The Company Include: Miss Came Mora.,
' Contralto: Ma- Carlo fpicarotl. Tenor: Mr
William U Lee. Baritone; Mr. Charles E.
Referred eats. St. (Ml seats reserved
SPECIAL NOTICE. Seats on sale at Har
ats'a Clear Store.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ONE NIGHT OJVL.-V.
Saturday, Nov. 5, S7.
The La-xBter-Vakinz Comedians.
Evans and Hoey,
Id Hojfs Best Play,
Presented with all Its bright suasblne
o(.Mlnh.MulcDanci us. Amus.ne Sit
uations, and proloncatlon ot Pure and
unadulterated, enervating tun. tull ot
wn-lewtlelauchsfnrevery man. woman
and child in the universe. Everything
Funnier Than Ever Before.
Prices 75.50 and 25 cents. Seats on
sale at usual place.
A whole medicine chest in your pocket,
with one box of Ayer's Pills. As they
operate directly on the stomach and
bowels, they indirectly affect every
other organ of the body. When the
stomach is out of order, the head is
affected, digestion fails, the Llood be
comes impoverished, and you fall an
easy victim to any prevalent disease.
Miss M. E. Boyle, of Wil.csl.arre. Pa.,
put the whole truth iu a nutshell, when
she says: "I use no other medicine
than Ayer Pills. They are all that
any one needs, and just splendid to save
money in doctors' hills."
Here is an instance of
who lost his medicine chest, but, having
at hand a bottle of Ayer's Pills, found
himself fully equipped. J. Arriaon,
M. D., of San Jose, CaL, writes:
" Some three years ago, by the merest
accident, I was forced, so to apeak,
to presenile Ayer'a Cathartic Pills for
several sick men among a party of engi
neers in the Sierra Nevada mountains,
my medicine chest baring been lost in
crossing a mountain torrent. I was
surprised and delighted at the action of
the Pills, so much so, indeed, that I waa
led to a further trial of them, aa well aa
of your Cherry Pectoral and Sarsapa
rilla. I have nothing but praise to offer
in their fav or."
John W. Brown, M. D., of Oceana,
W.Va., writes: " I prescribe Ayer's Pilla
In my practice, and find them excellent.
I nrge their general use in families."
T. E. Hastings, M. D., of Baltimore,
Md., writes: "That Ayer's Pills do con
trol and cure the complaints for which
they are designed, is as conclusively
proven to me as anything possibly can be.
They are the best cathartic and aperi
ent within the reach of the profession."
Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mats.
Sold by all Druggists.
rlanuet eotr- Jeisry Coats. Knit Jackets.
Pull lines ot the above at lowest figure.
The Shirt Maker, Hatter and Furnisher, S
tV----y?..j j.. . ..:,V JAS?w-r. k.sj' v jta$Sm&L" '
P ABOUT PIPER MONEY.
FRACTIONAL CURRENCY IN DEMAND
AT TWENTY TIMES FACE VALUE.
But Little ProM In Holding On to Con
federate Scrip The Continental Cur
rrnr) luun or State Iaprr In IKmand
"If am of the holders of confederate
money hope that it will eventually reach
pur, or anv thing like it, us a curiuclty,
they will have a long time to wait," s.ud
a eteraii coin collector. "Ibe Continen
tal currency K-iusl by authontv of the
congress of the United States telfs today
that is a conidtrable quantity of it
dot's at lcs than a cent on the dollar of
face value. Tin. :!i hill ii.,-l ,,,,.., -
resolution of May IU, 1TT., can now lie '
bought fur 2. cents,. The SJ2 hill of the
same date is also worth Uo cents. In
other words, the face alne of the bill lias
no relation whatever to its value as a
"Probably the nearest that any Conti
nental currt-ucv known to l for salo nt
all conies to par is In the case of the If I
and f 5 bills printed under resolution of
congress at Yorktown April 11, 1778.
The $4 bill withn lioar and sjicar brings
f3 if in fine condition, ami the $.'5 bill
with a hand and brush also $3 if iu good
"Certain very small bills, owing to com
parative rarity, bring more than some bills
of ery high denominations.
"Agreat many people have held on very
tenaciously to the Continental currency, in
the exiiecutiou that it would be redeemed
at jar, and every now and then somebody
sends on his collection to Washington
demanding iwyment, only to lie met by a
rebuff iu some form or another. Kven
now the quantity of Continental money
In the market is not unfrequently aug
mented from the hoard of some departed
veteran whose father or family may havo
given full value for it in times long gono
by. and who has kept it sooner than mrt
with it for a song as a curiositv. The
heirs however, having a more practical
ind less sanguine view of the subject, are
generally wining to let llie stutT go at col
lectors' rates, and the garret or trunk that
has know n it for so many j ears knows it
"How about tho state issues of paper
"They are of considerably more value,
is a rule, than the United States or Con
tinental money, being much rarer, ea
pccially if issued in the colonial pcriotL
For instance, a Connecticut five shilling
bill of 17C4 is w orth $2; a one shilling and
threepence of the same date is worth the
same amount; a twopence of 1777 is worth
$1.50, and so forth. The Delaware lulls,
many of which were printed by Franklin,
ire more common and less costly. Georgia
issues are scarce and costly, a $20 bill,
however, being worth just the same as a
quarter of a dollar S3. One of these
which represents tree forcing a millstono
upward by its growth, is interesting and
suggestive, tho motto also alluding to the
sTowth of the colonics, notwithstanding
the oppression of LncLind. It would lw
tminently appropriate, just at present, foi
Ireland. Mar) land bills are not so rare.
"A claim for 340 against the common
wealth of Massachusetts, issued under
authority of tn.it state iu January, 17t0,
sin be purchased for tho moderate sum of
fi The treasurer of the commonwealth
would, however, doubtless refuse to honor
it if presented. On the other hand a
Massachusetts bill for twopence, with a
pillars and codfish design, but no beans, is
llso worth $2, which illustrates more
plainly, perhaps, than any other compari
son, bow utterly the matter of face alue
is ignored in Revolutionary currency.
"Xcw York money of the revolution
brings quite a fair figure, n bill signed by
Abraham Urinckcrhotf for half a Spanish
milled dollar, Sept. 2, 177.J, being worth
J2. Indeed, with tho exception of a few
C3 and i."10 issues, most Xcw Yorkmonev.
rolonial and revolutionary, is worth more
than or about iu face alue. Interesting
tssuesarc those of the New York water
works, running from 1774 to 1776 inclu-
e. As curiosities these bills nre worth.
in somt cases more than in others, close
to the original value. As to present al
ues, the Xew York issues present a favor-
tuie contrast to those of most other origi
"For inscriptions Xorth Carolina cur
rency takes the pr.ze. If King George
?v ergot bold of any of the currency of
that state it must have been interesting
.eading. It is, however, rather calcr"
lated to arouse mixed feelings to seen 10
bill with the inscription 'American Union
I'o.-evcr' going for fifty cents, while a s?40
bill reminds Americans of the cost of
championing 'Freedom of Sneethnnd Lib
erty of the Press' by ascale'ot just $39.
"A Virginia bill of $300, issued for
army clothes, is worth only the moderate
um of $2, while 500 bills of the same
commonwealth, set afloat in 1780, bring
only fifty cents apiece. A Virginia $1,000
bill of 17S1 is rated at from $1 to 1.50,
p'J a f 2,000 bill of the same )ear, but a
Iter Issue, is worth $1.50 to $2. Virginia
ppears to have gone in more heavily than
inv other state oa bills of large denoiui
aations. "The worth of Confederate money as a
curiosity, like that of Continental cur
rency, bears no relation to its face value.
The possessor of one of the Aery few
Confederate silver half dollars, struct off
ubout the beginning of the rebellion, rates
its rvalue at $1,000. On the other hand, a
Confederate T5U0 bill with a picture of
tonewall Jackson is worth just twcnt
ive cents. A $100 bill with the head of
Mrs. Jefferson Davis can be bought for
fifty cents. There is not n Confederato
bill in existence, whatever its face value,
worth more than $1. Xone of the state
issues of the Confediracy reach f 1 in
value, although five and ten cent shin
.ilasters of Alabama, Xorth Carolina and
Joutli Carolina bring fifteen cents apiece
"In the dark da)s of the war even the
nost enthusiastic Unionist could hardlr
have anticipated that within a quarter of
a century five cents of United States frac-
ional currency would be worth from fiftv
cents to $1, or from ten to twentv times
the lawful value. Such, however, is the
fact as to the series of lbC2, while certain
specimens of all the issues are largelv iu
lemaudat high prices." Xew York Sum
Heart or r.rcat Men.
The relic preserved nsShil'.j's heart is
uovr commonly behccd to be his liver.
and the assertion is made that Xapolcon's
heart at the Invalided is, in fact, nojiart
of the "Little Corporal's" anatomy The
doctors n ho made the autopsy of f'lslxxly
were lmerrnpica, so me Morv rocs, by
nightfall, and on returning found that his
heart was !c oured by rats, v. hereupon a
sheep's heart was substituted This
dory, lionet cr, is pronounced cntirel un
true. cn .orefcunu
Love thy neighbor as thyself, and when
you see one with a bad cough advise him to
buy a bottle of Or. Bull's cough syrup.
Price only 25 cents per bottle.
There is nothing in the world which will
give prompter relief to all sufferers from
neuralgia than Salvation oil. Price only
5 cents a bottle.
At the session of supreme court Monday
the chief justice announced that the deci
sion in the anarchists' case would beghen
on Wednesday or Thursday.
Card of tmnk..
If the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam
6h tuld publUh a card of thanks, containing
expressions of gratitude which come to him
daily, from those who have been cured of
severe throat and lung troubles by the use
of Kemp Balsam. It would nil a fair sized
book. How much better to in ite all to
call on T. J. Casper, druggist, 41 east Main
street, and get a tree sample bottle, that
you may test for yourself its power Large
bottles 50c and 81. 00.
Four overland routes to the Pacific have
been built in the past five years.
Fits AH fits stopped free by Or. Kline's
Great N ue Restorer. No fits after first
day's use. alarreious cures. Treatise and
ts trial bott-1 tee to fit cases. Send to
Or. Kline, 931 A:cbstreet, Philadelphia,
Cure for dii-;
s ordered liveiji
toebs ia, const) baron :hers
crgeneral debMity, beadacAe
la&sifude, diseases ofvVomerr,,
4c. Vetl jouf ujb l0OforS0t.
Wilojbhoro.. Pemediw Ore sold bv
'a II druggists.' Send 6 cents for
the beautiful colored bxTure,ev
MooNiiCu.rWieMerCo.;j WaB Sf-N.Y.
llurslurs. us an "Iinlustrj."
Burglary is not usually classed among
mechanical trades, hut it is nevertheless
an "industrj" in its peculiar way, and
ery numerously followed iu cuie's uud
large tow lis boinc one a safe mnuufac
tuier, ivc believe has been nt the pains
of compiling u summary of tho process .,
which burglai s cmplo) in the pre- nt ad
vanced state of the art. They arc said to
lie. 1. Tho driving of wedges into door
jambs, by which the tenon is forced out
of the lurked groove and explosives in
serted around and into the rabbet or
stepped tlange. 2. The application of the
drill ou matt rial represented as drill
proof metal O. 3. The application of the
llr.rris stripper, ... idling plates fn..u
tleirnvetundmathiue screw fastenings.
. n.i . i, . ., .. . .."
4. The application of the Burton nuUm,
wrench, by which lock and I Kilt spindles
nre drawn out of doors. 5. The npplica
lion of the Mason npjier, a late and m
genious implement of burglar), used on
safes or vaults with iron surlaces. 0.
llie application of the mwder pump m
forting explosives around the jimbsof
mfc doors and into crevices cnattsl In
r.-etlging and in the use of jacW rtw s. 7.
J'hc explosion of dynamite on tho surface
of the door, by which the bolts and lwlt
frame are dislodged by concussion. llos
Hyrup of Fig.,
Manufactured only by the California Fig !
syrup Co., ban rrancisco. Cal.. is nature s ,
only true laxative. This pleasant Call-
fornla liquid fruit remedy may be had at
Dr. Casper's drug store. 50c and SI bottles'.
It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remedv known to cleanse the syslem: to
act on the liver, kidne)s and bowels gent
ly yet thoroughly; to dispel headaches.
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation,
Indigestion, and kindred ills.
V. B. Whitney, ticket agent at Kvt St.
Louis, has disappeared. His accounts aie
nearly S5.000 short.
A Caud. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of )outh, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood.
etc , I w, ill send a receipt that will cure )ou.
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
ica, send seir-aildressed envelope to Uev.
Joseph T. Iiiman. Station I. Xew York
The property of the Northwestern Car
Works company at Stillwater, Minn., was
wild Monday to the Minnesota Thresher
company, upon the Sabm plan, for SI, 105,
000. "ROCCn ON RATS,"
Gears ont rats, mice, roaches, ties, ants, bed
bugs, beetles. Insects, skunks, lack rabbita
sparrows, gophers, motbs,moles. 15c druggUts.
Rorcn on corns."
Ask for Wells' "Rough on Corns." ( ulck re
lief, complete core. Corns, warts, boni ins. 15c
"Hoi::n ON ITCH."
"Rough on Itch" cures skin humors, erup
tions, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilblains. Itch, fw poison, barber's itch.
50c DroggUUormaiL E.8. Wells, Jersey City.
"KOFGII ON CATARRH"
Correct offensive odors at once. Complete
cure of worst chronic cases; also unequalled as
CargletordlrJi the rla.soretLroatJonl breath. SOc
A book by Nina Van Zandt on the sub
ject of anarchy was put uxn the market
sne time ago. A. It. Parsons has just an
nounced that he has nnished a book on the
A fine constitution may be ruined bysim-
ple neglect Many bodily ills result from
habitual constipation. There is no medi
cine equal to A)er's I'ills for restoring the
system to natural and healthy action.
Jacob Hanson, ex county commissioner..
and J. A. Tofly, two prominent Hamlin
county (Dakota) fanners, were drowned in
Lake Poinsett while fishing, their boat be
TtcvYvYVOO. that are fretful, peevish,
JX,,i:'1 cross, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains. ,r
Stomach Disorders, 'an be relieved
at once by using Acker'a Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence ia aafe. Price S3 cents. 8old br
Frank H. Coblentx, corner Market and
The McIIenry suit against the X) pando
road, brought in lbSl, has been dismissed,
the defendant company pa) ing the costs
Chronic catarrh usual!) indicates a scrof
ulous condition of the S) stem, and should
be treated, like chronic ulcers and ernp
tlons, through the blood. This disease lias
been cured, in hundreds of cases, by the
use of AVer's Sarsiparilla. Price SI. Six
The government last year expended 81,
095,379 for Indian education. Of the
39.S21 children of school age, 14,93.2 were
enrolled as pupils.
a Blood Elixir is the only
Ktru4 R.mMtv rt,rnTi-
teed. It is a positive care for Ulcers. Ernp.
tionsorSyphilitie Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. Wo guarantee it
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The J. L. Heagen Printing company of
Chicago, one of tbe largest concerns iu the
city, failed )esterday for Sl'AOOO. The
nominal assets are 5150,000.
Thousands of people have found in
Hood's Sarsaparilla a positive cure for
rheumatism. This medicine by iu purify
ing action, neutralizes the acidity of the
blood, which is the cause of the ilisease,
and also builds up and strengthens the
whole body. Give it a trial.
Martin Varley, an employe of the Mal
leable Iron Works. Da) ton. was killed by
being caught by a pulley and crushed to
ftcv.o tne Children. They are es
DtXYrV pecUHr n,ble to sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold b
Frank H. Coblentz, corner Market and
aa& stv: -5ri . I
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fn All HKATfk
rj( Kai55imwBi. uk
Im F.H.1 Mn wwl. ""7 l 1
1 ullM.MaMUrkl. bwOTwrMl. IL V
I Jm wily WMUfd. Cbamplln'a J. M
AdTfc. to Mutoer.
Mrs. Wlnslovv's Soothing Svrup, forcbil
dren teething, Is the prescrli tlon of one of
the best female nuist-s and linvslcians In
the United States, and lias been Used for
, )ears with never-falling success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value Is incalculable.
It rellev.-s the child from pain, curesdysen
tir and jll.iriluM. griping in the bowels
and wind colic lly giving health to the
child It rests the mother. Price 2"ica bottle.
Ilflicntv lliildrt ii, Niunlng
Mothers, overworked Men and for all dis
eases where the tissues are wasting an ay
from the inability to digest food, or from
overwork should take ss-iiit's Kmulslou of
of Pure Cod Liver Oil with lljpophnsphites.
"I u-ed the hinulsion on a ladv who was
delieati. It put her in such good health I
and flesh, that 1 must say it is the test
1- l( 1 1, 11.. t Ik !
r.muisiitii i,. i. it . win:!., ai. is.,
Hugh's Mills. S i
I The breath of a chronic catarrh patient
I is often so -jtrensiv o that he becomes an ob
ject of disgust. After a time ulceration sets
in, the sxmgj bones are attacked, aud fre
quently entirely destrojed. A constant
source of discomfort is the dripping of the
purulent secret 'oils into the throat, some
times producing inveterate bronchitis,
which in its turn has been the exciting
cause of pulmonary disease. The brilliant
results which have attended its ue for
jears past, projierly designate Elj's Cream
Balm as by far the, best and only cure.
Pawning II. r lta Clothes for Mrilicin..
AKH)r w0 !ian in WaIf- '"Ye,b"- '
e".,") '" forseu'faI ears; ,,lld "r."'1"
I 1 ofber means to piy for mtdicine.
At last the doctors irave li in mi and said
At last the doctors gave him up and said
he must die. He suffered so ter-ibly with
liheiimatisin that he could not be moved.
One day some one told her about the
Mount Lebanon Shakers. The evidence of
Hie curative power of their Kt tract of
Hoots was so convincing that she pawned
the poorlHi)'s clothing to buy a bottle of
the remedy (Siegel's h)riip), hut now she
feels proud that she did so. for it was the
means of curing her son. The Shakers s-y
this was the result of Indigestion and that
the medicine cured the D)spepia, and tint
the rheumatism was only a svniptom of the
real disease. For coughs the Shnker Tar
Capsules are strongly recommi tided.
Henry Irving and
Xew York Tuesday.
Ellen Terr)" arm cd in
c .... -v ti Nights Is the
VJVVW V O- vv comI,jamt f
t'inusands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Hid you ever try
Acker's English Itemedy? It is the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
Bold on a positive, guarantee, at 10c, G0c
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Dr. McCljnn denies the report that he is
to Jepent and re-enter the Catholic church
ilie Tlieu. n Chance!
That is to say, jour lungs. Also all your
i Dreaming macniuer). ery wonderful ma
chinery it Is. Not only the larger air-pass-ace,
but the thousands of little tubes and
cavities leading from them.
When these are clogged and choked with
matter which ought not to lie there, ) our
lungs cannot halt do their work. And
what they do. the) cannot do well.
Call it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia,
catarrh, consumption, or an) of the family
of throat and nose and head and lung ob
structions, all are bid. All ought to tie got
rid of. There is ji.st one sure way to get
rid of them. That Is to take lluschee's
German Syrup, which any druggist will sell
)ou at 75 cents a bottle. Even if ever)
tliing else has failed )ou, )ou ma) depend
upon this for certain.
The Irving hall county convention in
dorsed the Xew York republican ticket
ALtixurj ami Nrvraslty
For lich and r-mr w ho ws. to enjoy good
health, and wl o do not wish to resort to
bitter nauseous liver medicines ami cathar
tics, is the concentrated California liquid
fruit remedv of Fies- 60c and"? V bottles
for sale at Casper's drug store. -j
A decision by the Xew York court of ap
peals in the Sharp bribery case will be
giv en Xov ember 2S.
""VC rv wV Of the good things of this
nitJ jife are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 23 and SO cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Maiket an
The governor of Louisiana has ordered
out state troops to suppress colored Knights
of Labor who have been causing trouble lo
sugar planters In Terrebonne parish.
Clinniillu's !.lttut l'earl,.0 Cent..
Don't pay 75 unless so printed on bottle
Causes its victims to bo miserable, hopeless,
confused, and depressed In mind, very Irrita
ble, languid, and drowsy. It Is a disease
which docs not get well of ltselt It requires
careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to
throw off tho causes and tone up the diges
tive organs till they j.eriorra their duties
willln;ly. Hood's harsaparilla has proven
Just the requlri J remedy In hundreds of cases.
" I have taken Hood's Saraparilla for dys
pepsia, from which I have suHcred two years.
I tried many other medicines, but none prov ed
so satisfactory as Hood's 8araparilla."
Thomas Cook, Brush Electric Light Co,
New York City.
"For the rast two years I havo been
aQictcd with tevcro headaches and dyspe
sia. I was Induced to try Hood's Parsapa
ri'.la, and have found great relief. I cheer
fully recommend it to au." Mns. E. F.
A. -trLE, Xcw Haven, Conn.
Mrs. Mary C Smith, Carabridgeport, Mass..
was asuCercr from dyspepsia and sick head
acLc Sho took Hood's SarsapariUa and
found it the best remedy he ever used.
Bold by all druggists. I ; six for $5. Made
(inlybyCI.nOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
IBV ASTOPPED FREE
Inane Persons Kestorsd
femU Brain &Nkvb Diskases. Onfynrt
Cur Jl.m jtWrttmt filt Ff',rv tf
IIfcPtL.LikU.Eif Uken at directed. At -tit Stt
firttday't utr. Tresuse and fa trwl borte freett
r fsatirnoi, mry piying-ea-ptrjjecarers on not nea
r-ireil. Slid tiame. p. O aadeipmi addma of
afflicted ton KLtNhtt ArrhSt. FhiUJIchia P.
lUiut.ii-iWW of JUJTAT:.C FfLAVDl
Dr Levitt E. Custer,
Preservation of natural teeth by latest ap
proved methods. Strictly first-class work
. K. Hl.li Nt.. n.r Mlril' flrne.rr.
No'i-e of Sil.
THK KOAHI) OF KDLVTIOXot the city of
Sprlnslleld.Olilo. will offer for sale at nub
lie auction on Ihursilay. November 10. at 2
o'clock p.m. the lot ami liuildini; situated on
the northeast ciirner of High .int I'e.in streets
In said cltv. ami formerly known as the East
ern School HulMInK Terms made known on
lly order of said Hoard.
21K D.CUSHIXO. Clerk.
Sv PENNYKOYAI. WAFEO are
Vsuccewfii ly U'l montlily by over 10,000
M?Ladie Ate Safe, ItfcctualandPtttuoHt
9 ? $1 prbox hymail.orcl druggiata. Scaled
r ParticuLir 3 postage stamps. Addresj
Tb Ecu CiitKi. l ftv. DuTron; Ircn
for (alr lij 1- runt B. Ciihirnla Dd At
rare u ., .1 (
I.. Vitality. L-.tll.--
h- iframy ithf..Ywa.-letly at Immm. Sva.
took mil rlrikt. Uliemmr
I'rrOsrtlV fs-llaM.. r
Xke U. II. Lw. alcsl. C.. '
nu. aiwun rat ws-f. imtjj
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
OttbBodrenUitM-indrtr--)thiie-l ftl. pertfett-UntoDt-MlAl
frfw. tKIE ULl CO., BVTTia.iJ.N. .
twoltef QiwQr.taAlMCTianjtc.,dinm loot
This powder never varies. A marvel of ou-
my, strength ant wliolesomeness. Moreeco-
iiuiuicAi man ine ordinary kind, and cannot
be sold In competition with the multitude of
iuw tear, snort weight, alum or phosphate
powders .sold only In cans Kuril. IWnisu
IWdirCo.. 10k Wall street. Xew York.
The TRADE MARK of
Tie GREAT REMEDY for
. .1111. .. M..M .....
and not oolr a hemltkl.l trair. bin plrm
Mjit and paliti.kl. to tb. laMr. It i. In.
vlrmtlju la IU .rll.., and ha. prored a
WMfrrfil BtsMrrtar and rrM.rrr ot
kr.llk. AA four Drniltrt far It and If h.
wn h n mawt apoa oaa tmios K lor yoa
SACHS-PRUDEN ft CO.
Acaa-PRCDEjps anoER iu
Haa a W.rld-wU. Urp.tatlM.
X -lice io C'lntriicorK.
SEALED 1'KnPOS Lrf will be received at the
office of the city clerk ol the city of spring
field. Uhlu, for furutshlui: materials and con
structing a srwer Irom Center street nut to
mc .tinrKet sireefc sfwer, on eacn s.ae ol llie
new Market house, proposed to tie erected by
said city, acciirdlm; to the plans and specifica
tions Iherefnr -in flic in the utUce of the city
All bids laustbefor furnishing all the mate
rials and completing the work accord! ig to
said plans and sprclrlcatlons, work to be com
menced at such time as council may hereafter
destEnate.aadtu be completed within thirty
days thereafter; bids must state price for la
Uirand material separately, must tie signed
by fhffall name of all persons lnterestedln
said bid. and shall also be signed by some re-
sponsioie iiisinteres.ea person as a guarantee
that a contract will be entered Into and the
work performed, provided said bid Is accept
ed, and must be on tile with the city clerk on
or before twelve o'clock noon on Thursday, the
ll'th day of November, IS7. to be opened and
publicly read Immediately thereafter, as pro
vided by law. aod reported to council at Its
first regular meeting tberealter.
The city council reserves the right to reject
any orau proposals presented lor any reason
they may derm sufficient.
Ilv nrrfArnf sf,iiri.lt
1 dxxtil riatoas.
Rooms ft A 6. Mitchell Bloek.
S. F. Cir. Main ana Market St.
laaonlc Bulldlnf .
H. UMBOCKIE, w and 57 Arcade. Prlat.
er. Inaraver and Fashionable Stationer.
Wedding foods and ealllmt cards a spoelalty.
Nu. 33 V. JEFfEIWON STJIEET,
SPRINGFIELD, - - OHIO.
WANTED few first class gentlemen
boarders: good, first-class table board;
cood rooms, and in It. every accommo
dation to make home pleasant. We have
tn connection good park and s.11 conven
iences ot a first class house. The house Is
situated in centerof a park and eonven
lent to all depots, also postoffieeand tele
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
Tk. Oalj Flnl-rlass llnaw or tkU klaa
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
No. H6S W. Main. N. E. Corner Factory.
ItATKH:-. to Sl.no per clay; and
4.0. S3 and VU per wrck.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
Jr elaiartf ntlroalven th
OR. H. R. DOSCH.
Operating Dentistry a Specialty
Parlor.- Isnnd 1
MST IN THE
lately ufa. Ms.de in
C.llcr;. I1..U.. a-d 1 rrt St
. ...4 rr lit trmfl. f .t.l a
klmrll. Fix An. Cs, 3k w Uav.-. Ct.
JIT AS'TED-L DIBS for our Fall and Christ
tf mas trade, to take light, pleasant work at
thelrown homes. Si to (J per day can be qui
etly made. Work sent by mall any distnce
Particulars free No canvassing: Address at
nnce.CKEsCKNT ART CO.. HTJilllk Street.
Boston, Mss Hox 5170.
TNTEatDINO AdvcrtlMn should addresi
GEO. P. HOWELL ft CO.,
No. IU Spruce Street, w York City,
For S-Iaat T.lt of I.QOO Nevrspapers.
Win be seat FB-K, on application.
6$ a Day-A Gold Mine
For Agents Grandest Money Malting Busl
iir. ever oflered. A colden harvest for the
next Two Months. S7 tvr Munthand ex
penses to active men to sell our gods. No
Capiiul Kquir..l No pedilllng Sample
case ot goods and valuable information and
full particulars I'KEE. No liumbug: we
mean Just what we say. Address at once
Htamlnrd Slirerwnr. Co., Hinitoii, Maa.
LIDIES ! CURL OR FHlZt
'w", ..r ll.lr wltk tkc
J a 7-ld all -a-4f at
Itaral-c mr 4.111a. the
Hair op M..a Mon.T
ruaitu ax iiaai-tKB.
mll aaialo, -4e. P-taaJ4,
a. L.TtionpON, mr- aui nnkAT-cai-Aaa,
IIorxivsTiLix, nx reUtl KT.
CTHI"tnfl. Stttli -kT &): ntv.ieilt.tt1'
v I on tu lrfrirum a Hn.rr nu Ihtrulth.
I tri'tl a tKtr i ntp. rrntrultt, t.ui tli me
WllLW n t Jul l(n . iw Pt,,y ,,r
fori-Mn jttti. auiij ( tlit 1 t.au a a h
F tir o ir iioIwllllllUK,,, tt n-r
R. S.MkllWjtlt uh,ui ..n'.lrt'ljtuiI
me. wtitn I imhii w ii hitia s i v. I
asliMtrr p-jr J alib.ai.1 omk' Iiah ly
ilrwif almt r.crf luuitt U . Uicc.i ursi
..f fa. S. S I lr d ai J i jo.fciit. iu J
liaooir Atom le 1 kv t It h iihk.
valuaUiv itiej.clv for Ujiro Ii tifc U 1
Clltf lit tit h. 1, M - iU.l.I l,ltV(a.U0
ur.itniia. Vounr ,truiir,
MiLt.U W Vn,v
EriBTi unta. s. a. rv i ts 7
(Vti'Irmrii Fmc tt-iijr tarl law i,a I
-Hteotimj lf't iLet-. U but cra.Iual.y
brrnicrtmibewi rM. Tbe inajy i-njnkLiiis
ltin ! Ul cn'ul'ml wttv unaUV to tlo
nifniijr L,tl L full a jrar u I U-ptn
U.lLtf s.i Aunt It llif.auisa (It -soif.
ciiv! it ln-carn n.orfTlrult ni ii an trr to
linari hi, in i,-, i. tint iny fautllv liistnl
llul I .(uiul I Irirri IT tile litrsi.tnr- I r.
fctr.1 Iu uiutf ttu bb.S At ILeeiuis r ihu
imuithn thowfe wqj ci trl litaltil lilnfc
li that ifev!lwi,uti.r nit tvriMftiill u.
1 If rt o th- nistluu, . lui iu .NotimUr,
lc a inon j,f (f a tr Lhi trak!ii:t ut
Pitar 1 I j. .m-ii U iait walti on .
tW imvt that t uU l i faruic I taatj
een fault in s s .v It .. ( m- me n- to
iEik.il tfuii ail i.i o"x u rn aiitl tri.r isii,C-cii-tt.
Ittef too. uui tniK,
A- tl. SiiAXDa.
Wi-rr'.. N. C, At rll IJ, 1T.
CIcntlTirn Ioi r tlircv jr-rj astia un
err twino on my fatt. It hx n (.ifw tu lt
quite 1 r,tf It utue, n me uutl hit cnnrl
hrKd vw Tt-ry i--r Jjt Vjtt-uUr I
ItoxnO'Uirsrof i R,.hth iiaft-n
tliiutti t'i ti.f irtiw nt tlifieuitn It t tiJit i ! t
rihult Tlrcktic r t a nttrt lj i!t at (st-aM-o.
titer 1-4 tuft i.i n tut t,cv ( r Tm;ltini f a
rancrnu t haru.tcr lt.lt. lly orrul hiat;h
URlltl lluM.au J j,y a; pTIUf lettrrttit It
t.a Urn hi yparx. Um yr tlt,nl
today I am uoikoig iu l bo n It , lamtb.
cum. lourtiruly. JuAaLllltLACH.
Otrntlmen I Ind a orr nn my upper !ln
for flghijt-ar. Tt ii t'llTriict tlittorsut
temruil in aln tohral it. One Kate me a
mll vui Tor nni lUni, 1 IciM as " r r
taiucurc. It l-iic-.tl.-s.; tu taytbat it !M
meiiORTH.. AUtut tw. ytunaKtt U-cnr
quite unraar.a jhi.I th.u-nt 1 1 ul aran
crr.anU I l.n.k Hturfol . i,ttf fii U.ttit-t
otS.S.3. Thtt risiuU Ui .& acomprtt
ur. 1 he uU or r catict-r h-alt-U lrautiriil
lf.ltaTl'Kitrcflfaiirsi tlbrff Mur 1-ni.i
Ibatila) llisitol-rs-ii lucxtfUrnt h( Jth tho
Specific liabiiLc turlfevl ny 1ioi1 ttiiriiinli-lv.liKnak-,!
my apkctllf jitit i-rrtecttf.1 1! y
dlgttion. In a w nil, I feci IU u ut"r
w man.nnrt. -t f nit thf Uht j car ulcer
U Sue i Qllrcl j . ur al ntt-n t .
Ai W. i' Catsjox
Trcaton. Tod J Ctx, Ky.i-.U2J, iS7.
lra i JAkiinia,Ga.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
Plttslntrf, Cincinnati; ami M. LunU,llall
way Ctiuipany l'un Uandl. Koute.
Under schedule In effect September 'S,
1SS", trains leave Springfield, central staud
ar lime, for Xenia, Cincinnati aud Colum
bus. 7:15 a. in., for Da)tmi t7:15 a. tn.,
forXeiia and Indianapolis flo:20 a. m.,
forXeuia. Cinc-iiui.nl, Columbus. Indian
apolis and Chicago. .'i:10 p in.; tnr Xenia,
Da) ton and Cincinnati, t:ri5 p. in.
Trains arrive In &priii.!i.-lcl at f7:I5 aud
10:2(1 a m . f.VOO p. in. and 5:40 p. in.
Daily. fDaily except Sumlay.
Sam Dontis, Ticket Agent
Cleveiapd, Coiumbu., Clnctuuati am:
S .Sight Express 'lLan.
a New York boston Exprets "iHi au
J uieveiana a imstern Kii)rej.. j.45pn.
4 New York Limited Kxpreas-
t! spu , cm. X Wes. Kx.
I Clu Flyl ok buckeye 7AfD
, t3 einelouatl Jt Indianapolis En
; 1 Cleveland A Cincinnati Kxprea
' Clntl Ind .St Louis A Kan.
Ex Mi! ( IB
aRR.VE I SOU LaST.
9 Night E press . "2 3) am
1 Clu Flylii; Buckeye T.ia.ii
S Clevelau A Cincinnati Express Lji pm
New lora.IiostonJtLiuciiinati Ex 4Apm
saaivs raoH sucth
..9 JO am
- 5 pm
9 i.s nm
u sew xora J uoston umited
2 Cleveland A Eastern Kxnreai
- Cincinnati A bpriaa-eld Accom.
ii new xora -imiieo. txpresi
jv. aa u-a taruuien sieepera to ,-iuw tors ana
loston without change.
no. i is tne ramoua limited express, eom
josed eettroly of sleepers, east of Cleveland.
iurui sieeperv xronv cpnairneia. taxea
lora.n irt nocrs ana Boston in JIM
Q. II. KNIGHT,
tv. llckei AKent,
D. B. MARTIN.
V.It,Pnn.a Ohloand Frit-Koute
AU trains run on Central time 25 mluntei
lower than city time.
T-iiis lx-vi ooixo msr.
No. 4. New York Limited, dally 10 3 a. m.
" 2. j"com ,dallvexcptsunday. 3:37 p.m.
No. 8. New York Fast Express..lu.14 p.m.
No. 3. Cln. Jt St. Louis Ex.. dally ?:L a. rr.
" I. Accum..d-IIy....lu:in.ii).
" 5. M Louis t.x ,dai.y. . 3.ftp.n.
No. rihaf hroiwh sieeuers to sr. Louts No.
4 runs through to New oiksil4 Nochange
of cars for aLy class of passengers.
Free hack to train, to all points east ot, and
Including north Levtlsburg.
For tickets to all points and farther Infor
Button, callon J.D. 1'ulijii.
Telephone call SIO.
Indiana, IHooniliictou and trH,trn Bnll.
aaxiVK rxoa noxtb.
1 Cincinnati Express
5 Sandusky and Springfield Ex. .
3 Columbus .Mai!
. 1 00 a ni
aaStVK FkOK X.ST.
1 Night Expreis
5 Chicago, al. L Jr Kan Cltylim
7 Sandusky Mat!
3 Chicago, St. L. A. Kan. City Ex
akkivx rxoa wist.
2 Eastern Express..
pcraXT coixo sobth.
2 Lakeside Express ....-.
4 Put-ln-Uay Kipre'S ...
5 Springfield aud san.us.y Kz....
DtrBT GOIMJ iist.
2 Columbus Express
4 Atlantic Mall
. 10 45 a a
.. 955 am
K Columbus Accommodation
6 New York Limited
DKP4KT OOI0 WKST.
1 Night Express .
5 Chicago. St. L. Jc Kan. Ctty lim
3 Chicago, .-t. L. Kan. City Lx.
Ohio Soutliern lfnllrnad.
.!VK BOU SOL'tH.
3 Balnbridge Accommodation-.-..
I Mall and Express
PtriKT GOING SOCTU.
2 Mail and Express 1025am
4 Batnbride Accommodation- 525 Dm
All trains marked run dallyiall others dally
except Sunday, standard ttme, which Is 2?
minutes slower tbaa spr n.field city time.
D. II. ROCHE. Ticket Agent.
Sick Headache 1
ST TJ8H0 THE QE5TJIHE
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
--------Send D3 the outside
wrapper from a box of the genuine Dc
C. MCLAMTS LELF31RATED UVER
Plixs, with your address, plainly writ
tenj and we will send you, by return
ma.l,a magnificent packageof Chromatic
and Oleographic Cards.
Oirws - Removes
Bee Stlnsjf to-
qulto and All
nd everr nt of eln
blamls-M. poaltlTelr cciod
1 aa tho most del 4e &-!
I wtau-t vmg a so-r, cj
-Cox Olaxt-an on t.
Irloo 3cu. BOeta. and -.
Atdxurz - orbTxaaQ.
Th. Hod pmita-ra- Co.. II. w London. Cora.
Ktl. ata.ni itor-ica.navT rua. jrcax-s
aiTHltlip -oav.oan . a q.
For sal. by all Springfield ltruaxUU.
Tk) Cisr.t -...Ibk rmertstlaa
Corea W'eatnets. Spermaton-hta,J
Smiutont. ymuofenrvandall Dis-I
eases eautKl by self abuse or ln-
d-KTetlnn. On- package II, Hx &----
Siall. Write for Pamphlet. Umat
eaaleal Co., Bctrell, Illcav,
Call Ol or address Tbeo.TTonp.,drot1it.
mm -alnaaa Market streets. Sprlnt-elf
rhvsiuel of Violets hldtltrii ill lh -
Frame tbe time when 1 remember
LUDLOW'S VIET OPRJS SACHETTS
CONTAINS TWO OUNCES. TRICE, 25 CTS. EACH.
PCKCIIAaERVt OF A DULLER HOTTLE OP
LUDLOW'S Superb Handkerchief EXTRACTS.
Swret Alyssi'.m, queenot tht
ruin-, imiiihoi ne nuxp, t,njoi tun vallry.wm buresintftt wltk
oih t the abovn for a.tt w daj8 to intrndnce Ihi- ptrfuraerj.
CHARLESLUDLOW & CO,
Pharmacists, 55 East Main Street.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM
Know that many of the people of Springfield forgot" tt
call and purchase from their stock in the early part tf
the season, such goods as would have made their homes
more attractive, but now that the Fall Season is right
on, and we have the cheapest and prettiest goods ever
offered, come right along and see style and neatness vsh
never dreamed of. We have
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The best Red Gross Heating Steves, and Ceok Steves,
and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper
nccus. unamuer amis so cneap ana good ; Parlor goods
way down and so nice for a little money. 6 Don't wait
but buy early and enjoy the benefit of the est selection.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
in. l . of wrs
Ss em of I? -t'Tr'itment.
CsS i .' II
i, - !; BRF "X
V '-.----.---------P K
WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, GO TO
WHELDON & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE ASD BETAIL DEALERS 19
--TIZiCr 0t?-t7XO--D i
GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276.
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephgne 254.
R. P. WILLIS & SON,
PLUMBERS, STEAM I GAS FITTERS,
26 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS.
Pleasant to the taste. Cooling
Superior to nil
Frutt Salt, anil Mineral
For Indlcestlon.Dyspepsiv Headache. Costlreness. Prickly
If ik . tf ".. -,, C tit I ..... 7m ...a., a. m-s.A -,tl -I.A-.tta .-l.laa
iiciv. t.ucii-'au li.'uiii. -71 u- -isiu an uiaja;9 Miiiujr,
from a dlsrJered condition ot tbe stomach, Lirer BoweU.
This Furnace has no equal for simplici
ty, durability and economy. Is constructed
of heavy steel plate. Is a base heater,
easily controlltd. and is exempt from the
possibility of gas-leaking joints.
Aruplo Ilt'fVrpnce Gives.
17 Tr. 3f niit St.
SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO.
THI MtW D-VAItTUwB DRIHM
ri-re made with patent doubi. acting rods aaa
11 n-m-T-a fDldinir kne. Tit. Uvht.
snolMUntlal and haa-tome.
ICedlathebcM Baada aad
I Orchettraa. CtHsia-led Joe
j tone. anrnaM all othara la
f nntth and appearaaoe. If
Innmt 11-tle dmlar does
9 not km Ux-m. write to at
tor Iimatcated CaU-oa-e.
kVOM 4 HXALT, CnlfK-fJO, ML
PtSTOwtP. j at
tan fMeay. Kemuil
-------H------K' ' IH
mad la vala every tatoaa, ta-wdy. ha --vneij
a aa i j iwa i aaaawaa aa. i
ttrrfs pour bick lul m. eai ,-uul au1
to har tea Joyful ah4 free from blame-'
Tinlotn, AamrillK H hire Hella- i
Cnr'8 Piles without ke ase 9t
Knife, Liro'tW', CtstTy
CUBE Of PILES 01 ABAStEEB.
l,00O tor r.llure to Care.
OVER S.II.III BrlBlTIIIS PEirilHII.
Flstuls. FUture. Pwliptia.I'rwii
tat lllcoraiton perrcaneatly aa4a
.ess.y cured. ." j
uu..l l!l- . T ft
ll Ul U1J v
caualncenouxh pale Ce ava
attention, nutsoiue alt
usually give you .vsnMgt
cnronlc lnarrnaea. Die
stool. Itchlnx and ma
Hlll "ItMhln. . ItM
"External Hies." pain, burulog or amart'og
after stool, a doll, heavy pto tn rectum, lame
and sore back, and pain In hack, hlpt and
thighs. Irritated stomach a ;d -lyspepata. Ul
ceration may become canrer us or dsrelop
Into Fistula tf allowed to tun its coarse.
Write 4. VT. BrlnkerholI:S.n..Upner,as.
dosky.Ohln.foros pagepa phlet. Dr. W.C.
Brlakerhoff will visit as fol'ows :
HOTEL. D ,T OF WbEK. MlV. DFC. JAS.
. arraiir. awmrdt,. 3 3-31 s
tcncr. Sundliy. A 4 !-
wrmvr. 9l..ndiy. 7 k
.Dimttn. Friday. I a 37
Refreshing. Invigorating- Adapt
ed to ail cumatea ana season-.
DRY In powder and efferves
cent. ai-Doa'l tall to -sell.
PK1CK. 3-1 CEMTS.
THIS is the top of the gen
uine "Pearl Top" Lamp
Chimney, all others similar
are imitations. ,-.,. . .
i ins i in
exact label on
each one of the
may say and
think he has as
good, but he has not.
Insist upon the exact iaoei
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.
T. aw- and man eta-.
anrr a-d abllur. aa-daa JSJ.
arm. will M ataa-
Bad cl thl . a am mlc
a If not aatisraetc
uv aoiBiaB. kins,
Iatrl-e writ xaaUu It a rn.ana.nil rataaa
ararr.h- lUawr-rai .lira 'ar. aad tCT-wltaa.
ifi nitaHiet.i-iiai wnan.i-.-a.ra
V-wa.ajaM. a-iaiwl tntljaaTalalJ
FREE TO AIX.
the largntin the world, wlllba
imaiiea tree to any addreaa, or
can be obtained try eaUlog at
aay ubkvv jo-mai eontaa
hnnd rea- of lettera rmaa na-
name and addme on poxai
iJ "trial, Tola III
turned art mF fxpavi
a a, w w aw wa.a . V
. tH. .B. .... .. ...M. tmtmltm
- lwToi- -wma-aw.g80E--iT,tarc---a-k. -.
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