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3g?M( "'. -, r- -.- --... . . .Jrr?gBSSgSgSSaaafelllH MMHiHHKBWRWWHBH LBMHff CTPW lltiaJBMS BT i w WR - &! s.-yaaieawprtpwswsw 3awv?r!. "ww's"-1 JtEFU-PliIU, bltlDAX JiVJiiiNJLWU, JMUYJSMJJ&K IWf. w--,' ( - - . - AT 3 EQUALED IN IBIS COUNTRY m Before. STARKEY & SCOWOEN'S, Arcade, is the only house in Central Ohio that retails BOOT RUBBERS i i im ft -r?J t. 3S kirks RbsiiaN Tbi ciily brami of Lanmlrr Soap cvvaru'ed a urst ila.v medal at tlio JCcw Oileai INno-HIrn. Guaran tecU sb-olutels y anil for general household puijuiMrt n tho vry be The Ohio Suite Journal' "Man About Town" contribute the following to tlie paper named: I "Darn me. If 1 don't bellve Kill Can peller hail otne one vicR(-t to Chairman Onnpin the Idea of bringing Cordon to this state." I The above was the remark of a dkeustrt democrat UlLlne in front of the Western Union oftiee veteniav. "(Sonlon will lose ns "5,000 otes in one week. ldlilliave some hope that Powell would not be beaten ever 10.000, but now 1 think be will tie burlel under 20,000 plu rality for Foraker. Such fellow as he are constantlj furnishing the republicans with ammunition. Foraker Is a quick man and he Mum lia hi opponent on the hip, and j ru can jut waiter that be Is making votes rut of that Macon affair and the actions of Gent ral (innlon. Certain! the democratic committa made THK TOP ROOK LOWER. MUSIN 5S CF THE SMALL TENANT ROOM. OF THE CSt. MCHI1LS, rStsIDLNT. THUS. !. ltltOVtTf, sro'riNDra. SPJilEriELO PdSUSHiSfi Publishers and Proprietors. come to Ohio. 1 half bellee that the whole thing is a republ'can scheme." And the dicnintled democrat moved o-i. muttering curses toward Dungan for In stupidit). A Confederate raid In Ohio never did do the democrats any good. I The Journal mul Mcnigcr, of Cincm- nitl, the central onran of the KaptUtsof , . ,. - America, has this very senible and truth- UnttflUCia rpUUlti JM utterance on the l)ow law: " A good caue does not gain anything, in the end, by the inlMepreseutatlons of its EYE3I3W AM) TVrEKLT: friend. Some of the friends of the good I caue of prohibition are doing it great in- i jury by circulating a poMer with the follow- TkeBErrWiCprlcl. Ike w Tori aarfWe.t t (ng statement: "Two million dollars de- ra anocLled Pre !Hpilfe aid the Kratrr r;efi from the Dow law, by which the CaW('ore!g)Trtfsrani. I traflic i made leeal."" Xovr. the i selling of liquor was ns legal as the selling of dry good, nerore .the passage of the Dow law, and that law en ables any ton n to make the sale illegal within its border In no part of the state is the traffic an more legal that before; In some place It becomes a prohibitory law. The Dow law is not m good as a prolnbi 1 tory law; not so gord a local option or tax I law as could be delist d, but "it beats nothing," and nothing i precielj what we had before. There I oniething about the organization of a political party that causes men to Ioe their head, and the methods of the political prohibition part), unfortu nately, are notin contrast with tho of I the republican and democratic parties. f According to ih estimable Toledo lice ' Goernor Gordon canio up to eiveOhlo peo p'e a few "Ieons In ne'ghburli- decency." .Judging from the editorial pices of our , state exchanges he left a good uinnv demo cratic nensnirsr office uml-itid Cm c t T mr s"'nr ( 'nlou ii .a'ulihr with democratic news papers and he knew it wouM do no good to , visit them. If they had a decent cause thy might do better. 1 In the following paragraph, from the ; Urbana Dtilly Citizen, of Thursday, the ' editor puts a good deal of truth: Springfield never tloes nil thing by halves, and It is alnajs a pleasure to join with I tho roj al republicans down there when ever they do anytuins. It Is hard to see j how It could be improved upon. The re Jceptlon Riven to Foraker rerched the pro- I portions and sJgniticance of a national event. How 1'ie 1 eoplr of Smalt Mean mil In tlept mlri t Mln.ta are IxMlcetl In a t.rrat Clt lrmaiiil for 1 umUlied ISlMtUl. "Guitlemen on tho top floor, look out for p-iint " '1 his was the notice pinned, in bie let ters, on the wall of the front hall that at tracted a joung disciple of Schopenhauer as heenttred a house gnenoxcr to tho oc cupation of small rooms by young men, nnd then ispendod to a cotlln shatxtl. riiii!iii nil. unin.iaiiu . mistake In letting him IinS rec-p icle, cont.iining an iron br TBK SVEXINU KKl'tUILIU ts l?Cblll!l eTerTeveiitcgexcetJt Sai-iar. aad is deliv ered at &s rato si lfc. per woes. Slnitle copies 2c THE weeki.v RKrrr.Lic la published even TUumliiT, icJ it oafrol the uustcoa p'et lstr.Uy ucwspajwrs In the country, eight pace, ltia-fc-ts craplete. Kpirte wttli cews anl misctllany. II per year. Invariably ca.a Id iaace. Al! eomsionlcatlocs anil eoatrlbottoni should be addressed to Clijtcs I J. tools. editor ard 6.1 hns'ccs' etTs to rcai8 . i 1 v. . v i. V w iMl, SS-SITJGFJKiD. OHIO. Tciaptione So. 150. FR 13 W EVEHiKC. NOVEMBER 4. 1887. REPUBLICS, STATE TICKET. Ooeruor, J.B. r0RKEU. lectenaot floverncr. AV.&LYOX. Supretn Ju Ise (loss term). WM.T SPEAS. Saprcmo Jude fhort term), F.J DICK-M.Uf. State Auiitor, E-W.l'OE. tJMmnrr Genifrar?' D.lCV.Ts0X. MeaberScard I'ablie Works, C.A.rLICKI.VUEIL Ilth Senatorial District, For State Senator. TU03. A. COW't.ILLs If we were allowed to suggest a supposed iinprot ement in the weather, we should say that about a week's rain day and night and pretty heavj the larger portion of the time would be very acceptable. The prayer of the righteous might not come i amiss just now. Ohio and the surrounding litates are pretty well dried up, to a dipth flif fonrerfivef. """ ' The Dunkirk (X. V.) Olaerrcr-Jmirnal announces that the K-v. Dr. McGlynn "fails to come" to Dunkirk, and next to the l announcement comes a "card of thanks." It does not apply to Dr. McGrynn, how-,eer. IE1 I Ihe Julian at Tracer. I The FUltan stands erect with Iiis face to nniltlT'J TlfllfTT the eat mnl Ms feet on Ins iirajnnscar '111 1 T I lli&r I ' !' ani1' I'latlns "e thumb of each hand tl U U II I I 1 1 UliL I ' umicr oac, ea,. t. spre:,ds his liands like i mm:, lifting ha ears upward as if tc catch anj anntl from htaen, and with , his h mds In this position must turn first , to the right aud spu, then to the left, and then, dropping his h.mdj to lib, side, hold I them nsid while he bends his knee and then his whole body forward from his I knees until his fort head touches the floor I three times. He repeats his prair in this I position, and gets uikjii his feet again j without touching his liands to the floor, i and njram make wings of his ears, nnd acnin spits right and left, and Ins prajer I is over. & ry Turk believes that ho has two attendant spirits, oue good and one i evil, and as he is not sure winch Mde the Representative. OE0R0E C. RAWLIXS. Probate jLd;e, J0HX C. JilLLKP. Auditor. 0. F. SBKVIES. Clerk. JAMS U. RABBITTS Recorar. S. A. TODD. Commissioner, J&-.11.STEIIKETT. Intrmary Director, J0HX M. STEWART. Coroner, J.M.BEXXETT. i ' - , . . -?e. t""t'ii are .i ueucia mai le emissary of Satan has pre-emptctl he spits l:ne nol ,rieil thcm kllow of- T,1C atltnnto make sure-Charleston Jows typewriter or tlrv go.ls Moreempl and Courier. Iml It UlualitT of rtaion. Barbers decktre tluit razors nm uraii We hsver-seu-d the state from bankruptcy ,1JiOr0 than flckle woman, nnd and maintained and advanced her credit to the highest point It has ever reached. We have largely reduced the public bonded debt; we have cut dowra the Interest charee so a to make, each year, a savine "n that account atone ot ST.3iO; we hse stopped the decline ot the aggregate of the personal property ot tae state on the duplicate for taxation; we have lareely Increased that acgrecate.and that, by brlnetnt "en values on the duplicate, have reduced the burdens that previously rested on the lands and other vilble property of the state, tie hae greatly checked the growth of local Indebtedness, and have, by taxing the liquor traffic, relieved the annual burdens of local taxation to the extent of 52 -t.O0O. We have secured honest elections In mil the cities, and we have once more given Cincinnati a credluble government and a good name. Gurnnor rvrnlrr'tepeiU'S ijMVck et CaUweU. . No crops will c er be raised iron the Jeff Darts Tariety of "seed corn." It will take a good deal of soaking to make It sprout and then It wilt. Gas Is still flowing from the Powell well at Tiffin. It is still Cowing from Powell, the candidate, but he is fat from well and the fas is very poar. tae gent k men who shave themselves rec- snize tho Individuality or idiosyncrasy of .azors. Some razors need a rest after using, and no amount of strapping will make thcm efficient unless they are hu mored, while others will be the lietter for constant uc. Some razors will be better If -trapped immediately after using; others equire the edge to lie put on before appli cation. Many gentlemen who hacthem- sh Cs have a set of razors one for each .lay in the week. The more expensn o the razor the more capricious is the finer tem jcred steel blade. As a rule a new razor is not as proll table as a w ell tempered old one, ijid ljjrlerx declare that the breaking in of ,i nzor is a matter of skill as Important as the training of a colt. Once ascertained th- t-mper of n razor crn always be relied on. Xew York Times. Jtcid and h tggard w.mhst mJ room. He sat down on the iron liound trunk and meditated upon the notice be Iml read. Ho knew well that it meant n smell of raw paint nn i an upturned house for a couplo of weeks. He knew the sign would next warn occupants of hi own Jloor to look out for tho oily and adhesixe mixture, and that so it would work down stairs. He knew tint it meant prciwration for the winter reception of similirly situated joung men, but who hail lieen more lucky in getting an ay for tho summer. He could pronlic) to ail if when the buxom Iandlidy would inform him that the time of summer prices was over, and that in order to hold possession to the 10 bj 8 lwx which he designated his home he must submit to an increase of rent. With tho thought of winter clothing, the overcoat aud the extra gloves and t-boes, the joung nun pon dered until the pings of hunger drove him oil to the cheap restaurant around the corner, where a continued wrestling with dried up steak nnd clastic bread at least levivcd the circulation tmi vtpv Ar srir.rn.nss. The young man fortntrly lived in the country, where high mountains had tow ered ovtr a bright and cheerful home. He had bein supplied there with all the neces saries of everydiij life in iibundance, and the society of straightforward, honest and p-ctty mrls Lad kept far nwav every idea of n pessimistic nature. Hut in the chanses of time ho found himself alone in thegreat i-tv, without friend or even cneinj , nnd the great loneliness from King among so man strangers w ho cared not a straw w hence he came or where he vv ent hid come oir him as a great cloud of .now in a winter gale, shutting out f.om view ill the Ixnutifiil and throwing .iFutinu him a tnaullcuf. selfish dreariness. His th nights, turned naturally to the un happv and .-pintkss, and his mind had be rouie a mutttriLg mass of cynical tenden cies and unw holeome growling Kvery ambition and the first animation of thought of future success had been blotted out. The silent life in tho dreary lodging house had much to do with this, aud the jouii,; man knew it, Uut the voting man had the consolation tif knowing that there were thousands of other-in tlie sunc boat. These are the joumr men who rective small salaries nnd are tithcr working their way up in tho world or else down. Many are unable to live in better rooms, vvhi'e others, with a desire to save money, choose to live in rc ncted quarters. There are thou-ands of such in this town. The rooru w ill cost J 0 or $3 For twenty cents the j oung man gets his esgs and coffee for break fist, n sandnirh.it lunch time is ten cents more. Tor dinner hU roost or sirloin steak and coce comes U. .tbiityi Cents. He walks to anil from Jus work; so that his expense is little over f7per week. Honiav get board for a little le's. but it ls doubtful if he can avenge much lower than the nbovc. a itKioirr side. But there is a bright side to life in a lodging house, end its jiopiil intv is on the increase in this great citv. Of course by lolgmg house is not meant those cast side tojkenes in which beds are piled In layers as berths in a steamer. In which atrimd ot half dressed, half washed tramps are huddled together, but thai class of houses found all over the city upon whose door posts in modest print or writing i an nounced the fact th it furnished rooms nro to be rented at low prices. Certain parts of thec.tv are lieconung more gent rail) used for this business. The section of town below Twenty-third street re maining free from the encroachment of business firms Is almost wholly given over to boarding nnd lodging house Landladies, nnd the lotlg.ng houses are increasing. There are houses for j ouu,j n omt u only, and there are big, tall apart ment houses in which oulj men can se cure rtxims, in difTerent ranges of fur nishment, and. conseqiKutlj, tllffertnt mngi in price. The plates set aside for young women are ,i benefit that few who vouug free from all annoyance?. There is i.o scanty brained youth hilw nlunys forcing his unwtlcome attention, and she is free from tne stares and slnCp ecs that often meet her glances around the big boarding house tables. "Yes, the demand this f ill for furnished rooms l full up to that of lait," said an Bccutwho keeps a list of boarding and lodging houses, and vouches for thtm to the anxious inquirer for a winter a home. "There is a certain class w ho are tlwa s on the lookout for comfortable rooms those who have become tired of boarding house fare and think the restaurants will supply their wants m lietter style. Ckrks nml salesmen w ho do not care where they cat. as long as the lied is not far from tho store, look with favor ujou the free a'ul easy life in hired rooms. Those whoe employment is irregular in its hours must adopt this kind of life." Xew York, Times. Hyrup of Flp, Manufactured onlj by the California Fig Syrup Co., San Francisco. Cat., is nature's only true laxative. This pleasant Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy may be had at Dr. Casper's drug store, ftOc and SI bottles. It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect ive remedy know n to cleanse fie sy stem; to act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent ly yet thoroughly; to dipel headache, colds, and fevers, and to cuk1 constipation. Indigestion, anil kindred ills. A prominent businessman of South Xor walk, Conn , apparently perfectly sane on all subjects but one, has recently decided that October i the month when strawber ries ho lid lie at their best. So he walk the street, asking each friend that he meets for strawberries, and I considerably annoy etl that he can't get what he wants. What do I know about that standard reme- calletl his "dy Dr. Bull's Cough Sytup: I know that a 25 cent bottle cured me of a bad cough In 12 hours. It is a fact. Myriads of cases of rheumatism and neu ralgia have already sutcuiiibed to that won derful remedy. Salvation Oil. l'rice only 25 cents a bottle. PUR CAPS! PUR CAPS! STTLES Smith I say. Hum ley. you hive had ex perience in love affairs and I want your ad vice. There Is a pretty little widow in Har t lem whom 1 devotedly love. In paying my addresses bow often out-lit I to call on hei 'I Damley She is a widow, you say? Smith Yes. Dumley Seven nights In a week, my boy, with a Wednesday and Saturday matinee. TtfVVl0. thatarefretfni. peevish. I Windy Colic. Teet'hlnir lVins. i.r Stomach Disorders, 'an Its relieved et one by using Acker's Baby Soother. It contains no Opium or Morphine, hence is safe. Prico S3 cents. JSoId by Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and High streets. ' The Xew York Ki ruing Pitst closes a rc- v lew of Sunset Cox's last book w ith the fol lowing "corker:" Wo have only to add that the illustrations are o bad Hint one has no cause to reeret their being put in this par ticular volume. ALL GRADES AND Of Fur Caps are now on sale, and prices considerably lower than last year. DRIVING CLOVES iD HEAVY GLOVES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Discard your old Stiff Hat and get the latest, just out. SULLIVAN, THE HATTER, 35 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET. Make No Mistake. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsapanlla. do not be induced to take any othtr. Hood's , Sarsaparilla is a peculiar mtdicine, posess- ln.r, by virtue of its peculiar combination. proportion and preparation, curative power i superior to any other article of the kind be fore the people. For all affections arising from Impure blood or low state of the .ys' tern it is untqiinlfd. Be sure to gH Hood's. in Indiana a young woman dc-erts her lover at the altar and the iople laugh at the groom's embarrassment. In Maine a youuc man deserts his bride at the altar and the people try to lynch him. it's a tjueer world, ihii. Chronic catarrh usually indicates a scrof ulous conditbn of the sy Mem, and should he trented. litre rhrnnie titers ttml .nin i tions, through the blood. This disease has been cured. In hundreds of cases, by the use of AVer's Sarsaparilis. Price Si. Six bottles, 85. LAROE y ill W Uu OF BUY BS COME JDJLXlLnr TO ZMTST C3-PE.T POPUL y CLOTHING MART Those foreigners who complain of the high figures for the best hotel accommoda tions in our attractive country can not have tried the seductive expensiveness of a so journ at the LauKham or at the Metropole in London, and have never tasted the "bl:r. life" prices at the Hotel Uristol and the Crand hotel in Paris. 2v nVn vO c Blood Elixir is the only teed. It is a positive core for Dicers, Erup tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies tho I whole system, and banishes all liheumatic I and Neuralgic pains, Wc guarantee it ' Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and Ulgh streets. The Boston Glalic says that Gov ernor Ames, of Massachusetts, Is worth S20.000, 000. Fits AH tits stopped tree by Dr. Kline's Oreat N ue Ilestortr. No fits after nrst day's usrt Marvelous cures. Treatise and i s 1 trial bott tee to tit cases. Sent! to I)r. Kline, Wl A ch street. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1HE SPRINGFIELD CARPET BEATING For the Choicest Overcoats, for the best-fitting Suits, for Nobby Boys' Suits, for pretty Children's Suits, for all sizes in Pants, for Fur Caps and Hats, for Gloves and Mittens, for Best Underwear, for Ties and Mufflers. Why ? Because I sell them the very best goods at the smallest possible margin. The people have full confidence in my statements ; time tried and always true. "Bl-m TBT WLmW7"Vr "OJBC3D OLD HEJIiIABri . m Mm m v a r -X. 9 one price clothier, oolFtisrEPt icjinsr .ajsto iivlaicet sts. WHITE AND COLD PICTURE F! Also, a large line of Burnished Bronze, Hard Wood and Gilt Molding, which we sell cheaper and put up bet ter than any dealer here can. GOLD LEAF FRAMES! Mantel and Pier Mirrors to order ; Artist's Proof Etch ings, Engravings and Cheaper Grade Pictures ; every thing we have or can makoj'will be sold on Weekly Colonel ltoberl G. Ingersoll says he re fused to taVe the case of the condemned anarchists, because he was opposed to an archy, and couldn't d it, on account of other engagements. Water and coal are very scarce in Cincin nati. Tbe people do not need the water so udi as a beverace, but some of them have been waltin? a pood while for a good op-prru-,,j ta tafcr '" a i"ii'' wash. j Motiley as p!tim Eaters. Dr .Titinmers, in a memoir sent to the Academie ties Sciences, states that mon Keys, unlike other animals, unless it is he human nniinul, rtadily ncquire the h.ibit of tikina; morphia. When mon keys live with opium smokers, as tbey do iHj eastern countries, wht re the habit is more prealent tlnn elsewhere, nnd be come accustomed to the medicated atmos phire, they netnlre a taste for the pipe. One particular monkey, it is said, would wait for his master to lnv tlouti his tun. aul would then take it uimnd smoke i be1 in ,he I,as,uie' what remained. If not allow ed to do so forscvtraltlaysit would fall into n state of depression nnd Inactivity which would disappear its soon as it was allowed to ' hit the ripe." Pall 3Iull Gazette. , How Horse lint. "Horses can cet some rest standing," said an old trainer, "provided the position lie reasonably cusy, but no full rest except recumbent. It is know n of some horses that they never lie down in the stall, thouch If kept in pisture they take thtir rest habitually In a rvcumbtnt position. It is well to consider w hethcr the habit has not leen forced upon tho horse by soino c.rcunistance connected with tho stall he was made to occupy, in that ithal n damp earth floor, or ono made of dilapi dated plank, uncomfortable to the horse that had been accustomed to select his owii Vow ready for business all the year around. 1 bee to annoucco to the public that I am mm prepared to clesn Carpet by my patent ma chine, which Is tbe test method lu eimteiite to thoroughly clean a Carpet without Injuring It. and ha, beeu tested by bundreds of persons in MirlaL'flt-ld last season, who can testify as to its merits. Ue will call tor and deliver carpet every day until further notice : all wirk warranted to give satisfaction. Ufuce and works, Bockwaj St., west of Gas Works. Orders left at any of the Carpet stores, or at our office, wilt be promptlya tended to All cartase on carpels tree w 1 thiu city limi ts Prices for Cleanlm; and Kennvatini:. ,M it- tinic.3cperyard; lucratn ant 3-oly, 3c per vara ; uruseis. ,c pr yara w uui, .sc per yard; .xmlnter,t; rter yard: Kae Carpet. 4cperyard; Velvet,, 5c pe yard ; .Moquette, Ocperyard; ubuton.5c per yard Carnets Ukeu ud at lc nir yard Perfect satlsiactiou guaranteed Our machinery is adapted to ctrpetinc ot cnurcbes. lodges, offices and public places INSTALLMENTS OF 25c. TO $1, V3NTX FAIEIO? OASIS.. FRED. BUIHLEB. 5 AA'JSST 3LVirV STIfcKET. FALL and WINTER 1887-88. BRUCE. nn JOHN H. WILSON, MARK A. SMITH, Proprietor. FOREST HOUSE, Mo. 33 W. JEFKEItSOX SIIIEF.I, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. WAMTKD few first class gentlemen boarders, good, flrst-elais table board: cood room,, and in fat. every accommo dation to mike home pleasant, tie have la connection Koid pa-k aDd Hll conven leuces ot a first class house The hr.uvj H situated In center of a park and enntea lent to all depots, alto pouofuceand tele craph offices. D.WISSINGER. PROP'R. MRS. BERRY, M 1. i" u i te a scii-a- tlou j. ru.&sj. r rs ,.,. hi itl.ll t.ir htr mwbo-k. entitleJ. "Was it a Fair Trial." S'le was allowed to bat made to "move on1 crowd blocked the street She sold nearly 5,000 copies, at five cents apiece. OMorifan Fudge, of the liellbrook (Ohio) ' JToon, has mate a tremendous politici I ' tmak. o More rxprrfc Itobberies. I know tint the time is coming when there w 11 le ro mo-e t press robberies m tL s couiitry. Tlie ttae has alrunh cose wjen the detective isslnrper i.ndshre'vd--r than the cxiurt cracl-sinau. burnlar i . . . .... .' "' Hiifi:ini nnii1 sell tbe books! "d embezzltr and thief, and thty cannot jR11 . .. escnTX. This has Itft n flfninmtrulnl uulucJi UJJ wnenever tie : ., , ----- .. tjtuie insjuenuy 01 la.e, anti it raiuraity follows that such roltljenes will become nn unprofitable business. Globe-Democrat. 'If the horso can have the pnvilcce of selection his own po-ition for resting on his feet be cin sleep btandins; but while his muscles mav lie to n certain degree re laxed, and pet rest in that jiosition, w hat can be said of the bearings at the joints' Without relief through the reeumlHnt 110- sition the joint surfaces are forced contm- uonsly to bear a weight of from 1,000 to i,ooU "ijmi3 luis must act unfavorably, ' especially upon the complicated structures r r- l. n n. ... i within the hoofs, which nature intended I III. rrallR U. 1111113(1. NOS. 26 AND 28 EAST MAIN STREET. New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock to select from. All goods first-class and complete satisfaction assured. FINE GQQOS FINE FITS AND FINE STORE. iMFORTiisra- TAILORS! NOVELTIES nST GENTS' UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. NOS. 17 AND 19 HIGH STREET AND ARCADE. A. System of Rpt-til Treatment. Th. () Hrnt-rLM How of Uit kind lainecur. ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE Xo.lIC'V Maln.V K Corner Factory. lUKMrrrs flat. RATbi-I Sl.SO per tlav: ami 4 o. A mi.l S lr vt k. r lilillllllllllBih &3Ja' 1. ZZ& Corliss, the crcat encine builder, made Xooneof the four political parties I 'to attempt at invention until he was !J3 - -. t. t ft i A - i tdto him and be is about to organize a fifth. that will "compel congress to stop the man ufacture of the accursed slrohollc drinks." Fudge Is tbe party to do it and we wish him good lock. But if he can make any thlrg et of our present house of representatives bawlli do better than any one else Las years o'd. Ills first iffort in this line was a machine for sew ing shoes, which was failure. In Alsace-Lorraine tho velocipede Is universally u.vh1 by the foot service orderlies. The highest felicity is expressed In Mich igan by the phrase, "It's pie for me." should hav e fenodj s. ot tat each day." A Few Pointvra. The recent statistics of the number of ueauis suow mat tne iri;e majority die with consumption. This disease may com mence with any apparently harmless couph which can be cured instantly by Kemp's Ualsam for the Throat and Lungs, which is fruaranteed to cure and relieve all cases. Price 50c and 81. Trial size free. For sale by T. J. Casper. 41 east Main street Cincinnati policemen get diplomas for acts of heroism. Colgmta'a Sachet Powdera. Cashmere Bouquet, Heliotrope and Vio let are very useful In making ap Holiday gifts. Now ready. DENTIST. WSooirrloBccklnicham'sBulldlnK.OTer WMcrpbrJi Bro.'fbtore.- 3'elal sureties Riven th Dr. Levitt E. Custer, DENTIST. SfltlNOHFLII . sfKIM.l lt.l.l UllllvXl .. lirLVHAKK Curvs Files without (lie use of Kiiiio, Lisa) urr, Cautfrj or Clumps. CUKE OF 1'H.E.N KUAKAXIEEU. 1,0011 for failure to Cure. Q.EH $230,030 OPERATfQNS PERFORMED. 1 i5tul!J. Fissure, l'nlyput. Pruritus and Itee tat I Iciritl.in permaneutl; aud almost paln- ieti cu'eu. Ucctitl leer may become Incurable before causliieeiioui;)! jmn lu UtracI tlie patient's it ten t Ion. but -.oine uft be tiUotni;sy tnptunis usually cive you nanlm Constipation. Ltirouic 1'iarracLi. iitMi.i.iiitsormueu4 4 n the stuc l.lichliu-n.l mulsture about the anus i.illtd'MtclilDK Hies." swollen lumps, called "fraternal Piles." usin, hurnlnz or smsrtlnc if ler s tort, a ilull, heavy pttn In rectitei. la-re ami sore tuck. ..cil pain In bJC. Iilpi ami thiKtis. lrntiteil stomach aud ilyspepva Cl-tr-ratlon may become laccerrus or ileveljp luto fr inula If illoeil to run Its course. rite '. IlrinKerhof A Mns. Upper san dusky. Ohio, Inr M p me pamtlilet. lr. W. 0 IlrtnkerliulT mil visit as follows - HOTEL. DAY OF l ELK. 0V. HFC. JAX. ..Vrtntl. h.iliirilttt. S -31 H trciitle. s.miny 4 1.20 . IWuvtT. Vloiulnj. 7 JslU Itotinvlii. Frl.lny. 4 3 37 3D03ST'T BUY TTOTJPt FURNITURE! UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KINO, GO TO WHELDON & MERRILL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX Preservation of natural teeth by latest ap proved metheds. Strictly nrit-clast work (oaianteed. M .HtCbtit..orrHtraJprQroMrT. BC.XIO' OFFIOBi GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276. BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS: CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254. XEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST. Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the place. 74 West Main St.. 1st door west of Wigwam. ANOREWS, WISE & PUTNAM Know that many of the .people of Springfield forgot to call and purchase from their stock in the early part of 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 goeds ever offered, come right along and see style and neatness you never dreamed of. we have FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES The best Red Cross Heating Stoves, and Cook Stoves, and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper needs. Chamber Suits so cheap and good ; Parlor goods way down and so nice for a little money. Don't wait but buy early and enjey the benefit of the best selectim. ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM, MITCHELL BLOCK. T l I u r-tg- J) &V" ,&fej&k . - UDL mG&mG&R& flS3N-i3!SVr ES2 W&BSSSS8S&B32G3& jmsstseBsssssmms &Js3K3&!&S&ZXS2Z -.