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.rtEPTJBLlO, WIM-7ESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23. 1887.
Cttby & Heathman's Self-raising Buckwheat ; New Maple
syrup, du uems per quart.
HEW MINGE MEAT AND NEW RAISINS!
New Fig, Xtw Dale?, NVw Apricot, New Teaches, Xew
Canned Goods, of all kinds.
We are the BARGAIN DEALERS of this City.
91 anil 93 West Main and 40 South Market.
LEADING STYLES in A!! Grader.
fclrtjfakrr, Ilntter nml KaruLhrr. .-
ai 3l.itu Mrssru
On 4M) AFTKR Today the Pprtnald Daiia
RutslicwUI Insert such "ads" as wants
..,. u.nt "V'rtr ale. etc In this
slman one time tree. thro times lor tweatj-
Mats, ana six. "met ior J''l "Hi? w
TU&Cl UV1.1UX LLUV 1 WW- WW.
r S3. 1887.
lsTAXTED-Man to taVe the aceney of our
ff safes. ltei."l Inches. welKhtruiD :
MtiliMiMMV niher aires In nroDortfon A
tare chance to createa permanent tuslness it
aosssv These nates mei a acmauu ncn ur
tare supplied by other safe eompsntes. as e
Bot governed by t
e Co.. Cincinnati. 0.
VY ene mic I uuu .ti""-
UTASTED-By a younc ladj of experience.
ff sjrho writes a tool, plain hs.isrf.todo nt
laic mad eopylnc. Address A. 7... UepubHe of
WANTED-A first-class tfrl for ceneral
bouseworK. elool aires totnerlzbt per
OB. Call at K6 south ellow springs street
WASTED Two or three boys to v ork at the
laslsfalleu Greenhouses. Apply .".''''
WASTED in experienced boot, keeper to
solicit wholesale and retail houses for
BaladlSDensable feiture. trim so to sJO per
slBwaBBbemade. V III ctve exclusive acear;
ttbe riant party. Address, iinj
1 3TS.H9TT2IXll.ra .iis -r;
'ASTED Ladles to work on our fancy
. ... h luivv ni wlnlrr trade.
bv--.'-' -v."T.v. ":.:..i t . rt.
U Eliot .MannfactniiusCo 13 and S Eliot
it. Boston. Mass
tviiTai.i.nrr. run u.iuimii. ....
'AXTEO All kind of clotlitswrihgersto
repair; called loranc aeiisen-u. "
DTOmpuy atieaaea 10. .... -....-...
'ASTED in active man (one out of em
t.m.iifi t. i.ein aii fair sslan and
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Bimsell up. .repn-s''"r " ?,".:-?"
mUtt.an old established house Uefereuees
BBWhaiueetl. American .Manufacturtns lloase.
KR REST A furnished room foraentleman
at No-21 north Market street -'
O REST Furnished room,
at 2 north
prr;l rfesirahle residence, with H
acres of land attached, larse barn and ill
uf out-buiiamcs jusi mn iv- ..
Undoes business inthecityand wishes
to kare toe beneSt of an out-of tn home.
Sa-raire of E. a Uvw n. at the Has ogre I7ob
BOR REST Two unfurnished rooms on sec
I odd floor: one ot the rooms is a Iae.well
Mcnted front room vvithcrau. aluble for
ls-Lctnc or light housekeeping oung rar
li-ifcottpleprefetred. AtV) . Mechanic 5-t
PIR REST lurnlshed room to t.rnts. with
board If desired. n lvvest North street.
FR KEXT Room: a very desl-j'jie. mceiy '
taraUbed front room, suitable for one or
MBBOBttemen. at HI s-ytitli M Vi''ln i
MBBratrom Arcade. Ueferenee rejulred I n-
onmev-enm--T.fi .- i
TMR SALE snail manufacturing business
f m .iiiui nTlnf condition has been In 1
"." " .. - t ., IH..I AU..1
itloo tnree vears i.ess m m -.-- i-. .
til required to run It
-or 1141 Htuiiiii.tt.i.j''
10ST Small black terrier, answers to the
same of "Jack." Under will please return
t Jacob Tritch. cormr iellow serines an4
Liberty its, and rectlve reward '-Sb
LOST -Brown pointer bitch 1 up. near hast
t. shops. Finder leave t Lessner A n.
MONEY TO LOAN.
ttreetonTeyears'titne. on first mort-
OmtY TO LOAX-In sums of IW to S7.000.
iBMBArBDDrovea commercial t'sper. i.ik-
liniinri"-1 -" -u,: s7piiiis-wurn insutuir.
BRAND UrLHA nUUbth's many friemls will mVs him and all
I wisli him the greatess success.
run or. moiit o-la.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26.
A Grand SpeetauHr Prod, cti'.n " One Hun
4red New Vovclilis and Iuejs e.irje-ius
Transformations' Kiejart "tunics and
Wonderful Meehsnlcl ilee's Produced by
B8let Company I Ar sis
faict 7:, &?. 2j tt-ats on sale at
aO CLO-l. E-TATL
IB BCtlre operation, with Urge esubll'lied
trade In specU'tie etc Address.
tut r.o.uo. i cisnssui. o I
gJFASgx,,-; 7 ,, :
Wnner should be the be t of the jear The
Inevitable tureev suotilJ be dressed vvltli
Fresh Sage, Sweet M irjarom
or Summer Savory.
The l'uddlnes should c intaln on'y the best
Cinnamon, Clot es, Mace.
Tha Siniui anil P.lr... lIiimiM lu lll.ft.f
with the best xtract Vanilla or Lemon 01
Orange or Hose or Almond, made Dy IT Las
per Ml ot the above In their freshness
purity and strength can be procured at
GASPER'S Drug Store,
rUbraniok. Malntrft,3l DoorWfil
GrtAMi. Thanksgiving, Xovember Ui,
Daly Bros., in "Upside Down."
(Irc-on. Saturda, Xovember 2(',M'aco's
Itead Fajnter A Co.'s
ad , top of this
The "Jim the Penman" company went
to Columbus this morning.
Messrs. Eani. TVrisht nnl Oeorpe Antler
son, of Da j ton, Are in tliecitj j esterda .
John Hums, disorderly; EeL Hums, loitei
inc. and l'aul Iludolph, drunk and iIimip
derly, were arrested last night.
The account of tho Dimond-ISu'.liiirll
wedding, published ekewhere. is from the
ready j-n of J. Frank ilcOrew, evi,
Mr. Frank Mjers of Clifton a enue.w 1 o
his ltn o critically ill from tjplioul
pneumonia, is reiorted to be mm ales;ins.
The little folks' meetinsst the Christian
church at 9 last Sunday iiiomln-; asiry
well attended. It is a good place for big
r-r5upiwr will be given at Snow
1111 Union chapel on Friday evenin-r. Nov.
25. Every hod U invited and a gooil time
Mr. Frank Schaeffer, of the Atlantic and
Pacific Tea company, will be tnatried to
night to Mi-g Cora E. Ummelman,lads'hter
of Air. Fred Umaiehnan
Prtoflice will be open on Thank j;ivlnc
day from y a. ns. to 11 a. in. Carriers will
uuke first morning deliver only.
K. M. Hagan. Piwtmaster.
It is reported that a well known societ
young lady of Springfield had a pair of sil-
Tjr ro'ler tkales entirely desirojed by the
b jming of the rink at Troy on Saturda t
Department Commander 1). C. Putnam
and Assistant Adjutant (.eneral J. K
Stewart went to StTaris this morning to
attend a camp-fire which is to be held there
Mr. Martin L. Uice, the w ell-know n shoe
man. Is yet connned to his hone with
nervous prostration, causing an affection of
the heart, the result of his severe acciduit,
sev eral j ears since.
Mesrs. Jo'in Long, of Cincinnati, trav
eling freight agent of the Ch'cago, ltoek
eral frIght agent of the same road, were
- lhe C--5- It evening.
-jmet of 1'oilce boi. K. Hanier ana 11111-
j cer Ed. Smith, of Xenia. are in the cit tc-
da, to testify in the case of the State vs.
Burgess Nichols, charged with stealing a
.1. . ,- ... .,-
rour irum jiyers s over siaoie.
(Jeorre Kennan, of Washington. 1). C,
. w hoe writings for the Century are now
I attracting so much attention, is a lirst cou
j sin of Dr. John G. Kennan, of this cits.
j He occupies a government position there
Mrs. Alexander Mann, lire Anthons. Ls
spending a few da with Mr. and Mrs.
Marshfield Steele, blip came east lo be
with her sNter. the late Mrs. I J. D. Harr
son, and is now on her wa to her home at
...... .. . , , , . , ,
Genial "Mac Ambrose, son of Chief rf
I once Ambrose, leu this afternoon . fi r
,,MI, . ,,,.,,,
where lie goes to attr'.d
The ladle of the United l'resb terian
church will hold a bizar and supper in
tleimevv church on south Limestone street,
en the afternoon and evening of December
! Stlu Admission free. Supper twe-nt -live
I cents. The bazar will offer beautiful
Christmas presents at low paices.
"Sa, J. , what's the cause of
your splendid trade in pantaloonings this
fall?" The price in the first place and
then when I make them up in as g(inl a
stle as an, and such perfect fits, it is all
the can ask. Hut that is not all. You
call in and I will show ou letters fi)m
some of ni customers about what the
think of Overcoats I have made them. I
telIou, good work, perfect hts and low
prices is what knocks nowadays. Don't
forget the name aud number.
:i! :sr ma.i?hT stuickt.
Remember that BANCROFT hat tin
Mrs. H. Walters, of Toledo, Is visiting
her mother, Mrs. llickok, Xo. 244 Galla
Miss Kttie Jordan, of Belief ontaine, who
his been spending several das with her
friends Mr. and Mrs. David Clement, of
Chun h avenue, returned home vesterda.
The three ph sicians charged vv ith v io
lating the sanitary ordinance in not relett
ing to the major cases of diphtheria which
came to their notice, were arraigned in the
pjlice court ve-sterday. All of the casts
were continued until the 'JSth int.
The funeral of Thomas Johnson, the col
ore I porter of Cohan A l.jncli, who was
found dead from the effects of a violent
hemotrhai,e Sunday morning, occurred es
terila afternoon. The hrm paid all the
expenses of the funeral, and the deceased
wis buried as decent! as any one could
ask. Xearly all the saloon porters in the
c 1 attended.
Dr. U. M. Carnes, of Xew York city, an
old Wittenberg studenL is spending a few
da s vv ith friends in this cit. Dr. Carnes
is a newspaper man, and while here he did
considerable work on the old Daily Truns-
ci i;f. He has never given up his newspa
per work quite, and now does som work
for the C'oinmcrei'il (a:ctle and Enquirer,
of Cincinnati, the Cleveland Lender and
I'l tin-Dealer, and the Xew York H'orM.
The loal lcilr t Close.
Sl'ItlMll II I.U. O . ov. 21. 1SS7.
Wi the undersigned, i-oal dealers of the
city of sipriugheld. lierebj igrec to close
o lr respective oftices, except where the
same are used as dwellings, and to ke"cp
inr teams nil the streets and do no hauling
ot anv kind on Thanksgiving Day. Thurs
div. November 24. lyiT: and in case of an)
violation hereof to forfeit S10, to he ps.id to
the cit hospital. '1 his agreement to be
come binding when all members of the ex
change lisve signed the same.
Chipman Coal Co
J II llrlcK.V. llro
Champion Coal and
v heldon X Merrill,
Houston A Wilder.
J s. James.
vioores A sou.
Ilartmsn. Morgan tCo V.
HutchMss.tareyA Co. F.
1 . sclirimpf.
ClgnrMnkert' Union Organic!!.
Last night the cigar makers of the city,
twelve m number, met in a hall on east
Main street and organized a local union, a
branch of the Cigar Makors International
Union of America. The following officers
John A. Kitzard. pres'dent.
John Eisen, vice president
Charles Eupherd. jr.. Secretary.
Alvln Ghdfeltcr, treasurer.
Michael Schwer, sergeant-at-anns.
Tiie regular meeting night of the union
Ins not as jet beenueteruuiieel upon.
Another Cnnitlilate for the It.to'-ni s.chool
Jimmy Hetts. a thirteen-v ear-old lad, was
arrested this morning by Oflicer Mast on
the clnrge of assault and battery. Thebov
asstultf"! his mother at his home, Xo. bs
Tavlor street, lieating her in the face with
his hst ami choking her. His mollis' and
friends have done everthing Hssible for
the boy and have tried every way to correct
his evil waS, but all to no purpose, lie I
Incorrlgable and his mother finall realizing
that fact proiKist-s to have him dealt with
by the authorities. Hewiilver likely be
se-i.t to the reform school.
Recruits for College sicipH.
Xew members .in chasen from the in
coming class nt the lime of tiie entrance
csa'ninstions in spnii" aud f.ill, and tle
Ijicwuiiaigu, ' as tbq-4MUMi?'355flSlor
reti'...-i caiijirtiTntn lieconies very cx
ctins livery"iffort is mule to obtain
previous information in regard to desira
ble men mid to bring favorable intlnences
to bear upon them. This plan often suc
ceeds, nud occasionally desirable men are
"secnrnl Kfore rival societies have even
seen them. An a rule, however, election
is the result of work at "campaign" time.
When n society man sees a promising
looklns freshman going to examination or
on the vv:i to his room, he forthwith but
tonhole him, aud before releasing him
makes nn appoint me nt for the evening.
Cilling for him nt the appointed time and
place, the upicr classman e-corta him to
the society parlors. Here are gathered
mrt of the members, and for half an hour
the tiri-el candiditc. is talked to, joked with
and sung to, aud during all keen exam
ined He Is then borne away to repeat tho
ordeal elsewhere. If as the result of sev
eral snea interviews lie is approved, he is
asked to "pledge," that is, to promise to
join the society.
If rvl goes well, he K initiated five or
sii. weeks alter the lieginning of the fall
term, w.th such accompaniment of prac
tical jol-es as may seem suited to his case
As a rule all tho soc'etles initiate on the
same night, in accordance with previous
undcrslandinp, and at such times the va
rious parts of the village offer ver amus
ing pantomimes in the wav of tree climb
ing, barrel rolling and other such gvm
nastics, all performed blindfo'ded anil
amid perfect silence The buffoonery of
in.tiatiou night must not, however, be
.ken as indications or the character of
mherst societies. Contrary to what
might be ciecteil, the strongest influ
ences toward industry and morality are
thoiO exerted by the Greek letter societies.
Lazy members are stimulated to work for
honors', wild fellows are made to bchav e.
and erring ones are punished with a se
vcrin irom whic.i the faculty would
shnuk. Can t.al punishment in soc-ctv
jurisprudence is expulsion from the fra
ternity, which i not only virtual cxpul
siou from college, but a barrier to success
in ail otuer colleges where the Greeks are
promix-Liit It S. Hounds in Lippin
cott's. Measurement of Atoms.
William Thonwra extended the methods
of atomic measurement, and came to the
conclus.oa that tho distance between the
centers of contiguous molecules is
less than n P.ve-millionth and greater
than a billionth of a centimeter; or,
toputitin language more tuned to the
ordinary mind. 1 homson asks us to
imagine a drop of water nvgnilietl up to
tho siM of the earth, and then tells us that
the coarseness of the graining of such a
n ass would be something bctweeii a heap
of small sbrt and a heap of cricket Lalls.
Popular Science Xew s.
Geographic al Haziness.
A surprising ignorance in geographical
natters, rri v ails ev en among people of cul-l-re.
3. .r ex. mples of this have bven
lately collet ted by CoL Sir Charles War
ren In one case .n educated survejer
could not free himself of the idei taat
Pans was north of Iudon. nud auot'acr
located the west erd of Indon tow aril the
eastern coast. Out of thirty v. ell in
structed mrn, from 'B to 0 jcars
fid, f' out eightien vtcre under
the impress.o'i tnni while the sun rises in
the east, the stars rise In the west. Ar
Children get bilious unless on keep their
bowels open with New S.Ie Vinegar Bit
ters. John Chandler, ot Coi.cord. X. 1L, diet!
Wedntsda niKht in ins one hundred and
third jear. He was born in Andover, Mass.,
and was a farmer. He alaseiijoeiigooi
lialth until within a few mouths, and pre
served it to the last.
When jou want good coal go to WbMnn
& Merrill, Grand opera house.
Elegant parl table knives, carvers,
Heitr C. Wiseman, Fisher block.
.TeflVrson and Ills Peseentlnnts.
Jefferson received vry little from tiie
United Suites for his services, nnd con
gress liought his library for s2.!,0'HI which
was not more than halt what it cost,
'lhere were sixteen four bursa wagon
loads of liooks, nnd the were carted b
team from MoutUe-IIo to the Capitol.
During his 1 1st eati ho tried to dispose
of MontiieUo by a lotter scheme A
pajier advertising this contains n letter
from Jefferson, written In 120, n which
he hopes that the legisl iture of Virginia
will pel mit him to sell his proert In this
way, ns he wants to leave something to
his family. 1 he advertisemi nt of the let
ter, which was undo after Jiffersons
death, states that tho tiekits nre to lw
flO each, nnd estimates the three estates
given as prizes at fll'iAlO, and slates
hat there will lie 11,477 blanks It states
that Montlcello is the bet private estate
in the country, mid estimates that it took
730,000 bricks to build iLs residence
Thoinns Jifferson was, hovveve., a very
extravagant mail He never learned the
secret of wealth in keening his eviienses
below his income, nnd he nllovved his
managers to cheat him A gn it part of
his fortune went into tho stom ichs of his
fninils, nnd his tildes consumed more
than $11,000 worth of wlneseluriug apirt
of his presidencv He ran behind his In
come while he vv is in the White House
right along, nnd vvhtn he retired to Jlon
tietllo he kept a free hotel for all who
c.ime. At fines there were more than a
score of horses kept in his stables, each of
which n presentee! one or more visitors,
nnd he elite rt.dhcd people who had no
claim upon him nnd w ho came to sea: him
entirely out of curosity He was an im
practical man in manywavs, though a
wise statesman; and it is said that he had
in 17'JJ 10,000 acres of good land, 11
slaves, 4 horses, 5 mules, 241) cattle, IRK)
hogs and o "beep Mill his liest lands
only produced eight bushels of wheat to
the acre, and his average was about live
bushels of w heat and ten bushels of corn.
He was in debt during nearly the whole
of his life, and, like most presidents, he
had not the facult of making mone.
There are a great nuinlier of the Jeffer
son family living, though no grandchil
dren. At the time of the war there wer
forty of Jefferson's direct descendants in
the two armies. Martin Jefferson had
thirteen children, and several of Jeffer
son's other descendants have had families
of twelve. One of the daughters married
an Eppcs, and there is a large branch of
this family in Florida today. Carpenter's
Letter from Washington
IHsrarhtng Influence, of "Induction.
The chief practical difficulties in work
ing the telephone are due to the fact that
when an electric current is passing along
a wire it has the projierty of producing a
current of opposite ehirncter in any wire
in its aiciuit. This is what Is known as
induction, nnd it is owing to this facult
that the words spoken on one wire can be
overheard, on an adjoining one. If the
neighboring vv ire should le telegraphic,
the feeble current of the tcli phone is over
powered by its stronger neighbor, nud it
is difficult, if not impossible, to catch the
transmitted words amid the din com
pared to the noise of a pot boiling caused
by the teligraph
Still more fatal to all telephonic com
munication is the presence of an electric
lightiug svstem in the vicinity of tele
phone wires, the powerful current nctes
sary for lighting purpo-es causing "an in
cessant roar that renders speech an ira
peissibihty " Many plans have been tried
for overcoming the unpleasant conse
quenccs of induction, the mctet successful
of these being tiiat of using an additional
return wire instead of utilizing the.
for tho completion of tliecitcatt. The
two wires are placexUfTelosc proximitv .
luritb the result tint tho disturbing influ
ence is completely neuirmieu irua anu
Steel Trades Journal.
Paagerous Amateur Remedies
Pnrgativ es nre a banc. The most dan
gerous of all are salts and castor oil. A
emit quantity of either can ) bought for
very little mone, and this cheapness is at
the lwttom of many of our phsical
wrecks among the poor. The most potent
breaker up of constitutions is the seidlilz
pow der. It is the pleasante-t to the palate
after one has once accustomed himself to
the smothering sensation, and is so hand
to have a boful in the bedroom. That
1k Is Pandora's. Unless used with
moderation theseidlitz powder is awoeful
weakener of the human system, and pav es
the wa for nlmost every knovvu ill. E
lieciall the aged should never touch it or
rochelle Kills or castor oil, unless w ith the
approval of a ph sician. Aliove all, there
should be an ojierative moral law against
women, who so hanker for the chance to
play doctor outside of their own families,
recommending purges to the sick of their
own sex. 1 lice amateur remedies have
complicated the work of the regular ph
sician in thousands of cases, and have
often hvvn the remote cause of death.
Xew York Times.
A glass factory in tiie state of Xew Jer
s4) Is said to be. engaged in little else but
the manufacture of bottles for Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Price, 23c.
I have been suffering the past three
months with rheumatism. One bottlt of
Salvation Oil gave entile relief. Frank
O Brien, Baltimore, Md.
When a Michlgander is prospering he is
stid to be "getting there sled length. "
Chnmplm i t-iu...-- i Cent..
Don't pay 7f unless so printed on bottle
Th Mik).i lug flintier.
Friends of the Second Baptist ciuich art
reminded that the annual llianksgiviug
dinner will be given in the church on Fac
tory street as Usual. Dmnir tweut-avc
cents. Proceeds for churt h debt
New orlx Pattern Hals.
A ver handsome line of Xew York Pat
tern Hats have just been received b J. V.
B. Hoj le & Co , and were bought b them
at a very low price They are reall a bar
gain, and those w ho will buy them can
have the benefit of that bargain. Ladies
should come In earl and select while the
assortment is good. These hats are all
the latest stjles, and are elegant beyond
Kosebuds, chrjsautheuiuiiis and miscel
laneous cut flowers, for dinners, part es,
etc, can be had, nice and fresh, at the
Springhlil Seed Co 's. St. James hole
Tlio flristiil .Vs Home
Is for sale at Xo. 10 north Market street at
a bargain, to everone that will buy one
for a Thanksgiv nig presenL Also the new
Imprcvcd White each one slf-threading.
self-setting needle, double f eed and w lnds
Its own bobbin. A grand Thanksgiving
piesent. W. Tiiokmov.
11 up Ml nee Meat hy tho 1'ouml.
Fine mince meat by the pound at Hohl &
L on's giocery. Pure and clean.
Union Co-operative Coal Co., 17 south
Just received carvers' and table kuives.
Hcnrj C. Wiseman, Fisher block.
Go to Calendar's, on Limestone street.
fo' holiday photographs. Get them belore
Row laud, dentist, Xo. 8
All work war
street- Terms reasonable.
Union Co-operative Coal Co. sells Hock
ing, Jackson and Sunda Creek.
For bargains in Anthracite coal go to
Wheldon & Merrill. Grand opera house.
Elegant pearl t ibie knives, carvers, etc
Uenrj C. Wiseman, Fisher block.
NEED -A. GOOD TWJLFVM.
best. Also, that he is
The Rarest nf Combinations.
True delicac of flavor with true efficacy of
action, lias lieen attained In the famous
California liquid fruit remedy. Sjrnpof
Figs. Its pleasant taste; and b nehcial ef
fects have rendered it ininieiiselv popular.
Large bottles for sale at Casper's Drug
Cnllfornlu, tTii tT 1 II. A W.
Another large pirt) have signified their
intention to go to California via the I. B A
W. on Tueda, Deeeiuber iStli. Tills popu
lar line offers advantages and inducements
that cannot lie secured on other lines. Its
train service Is much superior to all other
routes from Springlield. '1 he I. 11. & W.
California train haves here at 7:23 a. in.
"cit time," one hour lati r than that of its
coni tltors, aud Its magnificent parlor and
chair cars certalul should nut be compared
to those in use on other lines. The un
dersigned has Just returned from Kansas
City, to which point lie accompanied a par
ty of twent-eight en route to California,
all of whom speak in the highest terms of
the accommodations and treatment received
at the hands of tho I. B. A W. An per
son or persons wishing to join the party on
the 6th of December will cheerfully be
furnished all desired information b calling
on KesiectfuUy ours.
Wm. Hn-rntvi vv,
27(5y Ticket Agent.
New 1'iiklaiiil Mini M eat.
The newest thing in town is the Xew
England iiunce meat at Hold X Ljon's. It
conies in packages and is condensed. The
package contain just enough for two large
pies and Is prepared from the choicest beef,
apples, sugar, raisins, citron, entrants,
molasses, boiled cider and pure spices. It
isalwas ready for use. Call and try a
box and ou will like It.
Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, fresh from the press, at O. U. Xeffs
grocer, Xo. 140 Clifton street.
A nice cabinet photograph makes an ele
gant and lasting Christmas present Get
them now before the rush, at Calendar's,
Limestone street. Open Thanksgiv ing.
Its stiPTlor ei eellence proven In millions ot
homes fir more tha i a tiuvrter of a century.
It is used by the catted Mates Government.
1 ndorsed by the heads of the ilrest Unlrersl
ties as thehtroncest Purest. Most Healthful.
Dr. Price's the only IlaMm; i'owdcr that does
not contain Imanrtt". Lime or Alum. Sold
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MIYTIISK. CHICAGO. ST.LOUIB.
ARTISTIC Flil WJPK !
Springfield Seed Co.,
To Mock the square bounded by High. Center
aud U asbington streets, and .Market space.
Whereas. A petition by the owners of two
thirds of the real estate on the square bound
ed by High, lentsr and Washington streets
and Market space, has been presented to the
council, praying tor the blocklngof said square
aratnst the erection or woolen buildings
taereou above the height of ten feet, and a
plst of said square has been flledwith the city
Section 1. lie It ordained by the Council ot
the city of fpringneld. ilo. lhattbesald
square be and the sine is hsrehy declared
bl-H-ked, and the erectlun at any wooden
building thereou of mote than ten feet in
heUht Is hereby prohibited.
bic .' This ordlnince shall takeeffect from
an 1 after Its legal publication
Passed by council .November 2M. . D. 1517.
J. S. Sniw.ei.TM. City Clerk. 77m
No. 33 W. JKKrEItSON MTIIEET,
SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO.
WtTTKl- few first class gentlemen
boarders; good, first-class table board;
goodrnams.and In tact, every accommo
dation to nake home pleasant. VVehave
in connection good park and all conven
iences of a first class house. The house is
situated in center nf a park and conven
lent to all depots, also postotneeand tele
BEST IN THI
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Arts, vrml Tap lll-ao.into r . .
Mmrlim Fire ArtruCo., ,w Uaita.Cl.
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
Operatins Dentistry a Specialty.
1 ! A t I.TTTt Af amilhtiT.
imi nidrEcc,-aiiin I-renua.
ture Itetar. Nervaua IWrtir
Sfxl in Tin every known Wiuedy. ha. discovered s
arle r-cnre, widen he will MDd 1 "i" to aM
tf" Tisxltf nk1..l BA 4...4
a J UtHJX.u0BoxaVHwTarf)M
ifnct'i -mu-ar. .x
la all VTCtfaw
C3-R1.3a"X OPERA HOUSF.
THANKSGIVING, NOV. 24-MATINEE, 2 P. M. ; EVENING, 8.
rUN!-rUN LET LOOSE! FUN!
sl!rlOUTEI BV TUE CHABMIM. IUHUETTK.
3ISS JiIZZIHJ DERIOUS!
And a carefully selected company of laugh makers. In a brand new pjay. entitled :
A modest effort to please, and a carefully prepared prescription for the blues Con
coctedbyDrs Thomas A Daly and John J..Mc.alIj. In three acts .Much action and
moreactliiK m.M KL'N ! r UN !
I'Klcl.s hvenlng, 75c, SOc, 2e; Matinee. adults, 5V. children, 2"c; tickets now on sale
Sole Agent for the GeRMiM Co-oierativt Braid of Gkms.
The tr xeitement Not Over.
The rush at T. J. Casper's drug store, 41
east Main street, still continues and dail
sc ores of people call for a bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs for the
cure of Coughs. Colds. Asthma. Bronchitis
aud Consumption. Ki inn's Balsam, the
standard family reined, is sold on a guar
antee and never fails to give entire satisfac
tion. Price50caiidSl.no. Trial size, free.
A flraml hiruiilim li California.
la the Bee Line, the popular tourist
route to the raciftc toast, Tut-dar. Dec
Oth. 1SS7. Parlor and reclining chair cars to
OL Louis and Kansas Cltv without chantre.
Free tourist sleeiiers irom Kansas City to
iaiitornia. vv agner palace c ars and Pull
man sleepers for all who desire these luxur
ies. Tourist tickets are good returning for
six months, or even longer, if desired, with
choice o: routes both going and returning
One-way tickets also at low rates. Xo other
line can offer the advantages we alone pos
sss in the way of through cars, iiuick time
and hrst-class accommodations. The tide
nf emigration Is tow aril California: See
that ou do not get there too late to miss
golden opportunities of making a fortune.
Parties having in view emigration to anv
point in the west arc most cordially invited
to join with this part. lor rates of fare,
time tables and general information, call on
on or address G. II. Kmomt,
Ticket Agent. Springfield, O.
A Certain Cure for the trlrst 8lagea ot
Its main Ingredients are raw beef and
Duffy s Pure Malt w hisky, and It stimulates
the enencies and builds up the tissues as no
other scientific discovery has ever done.
"lam a Presbyterian clergyman and a Doc
torof Divinity, but I am not afraid to rccom
mend Duffy's Malt VV hisky and DulTy's Tor
inula as the purest and most efficient prepa
tlons I know of, and my experience Is a Urge
one." ISkv.B. .Mills.
Princeton. Ion a.
Duffy's Formula is for sale by all druggists
and dealers. Price. SI per bottle.
Tux Dirrr Malt U'hiscv Co,
Rochester. Sew i ork.
Received of the Ohio Farmers' Insurance
Company, through Wallace & Co.. agents.
Thirteen Hundred and Fifteen Dollars, for
which we hereby express our thanks, for
the prompt and liberal settlement of our
loss on barn and contents by fire, Oct. 17
We cheerfully commend the Company to
all who desire reliable insurance.
(.Signed) Wit libit ami Cit vskColvin,
Adin'rs of D. T. Colvin, deceased.
In justice to the Ohio Fanner's Insurance
Company for the prompt and atisf .en
settlement of our loss on barn and contents
destroedby fire October 20, we hereby
publicly express our thanks and recom
mend the Company to our friends.
(Signed) Cit vs. Xfm:,
Wm. H. Hoik.f.
For the prompt settlement and fair treat
ment 1 received from the Ohio Farmers'
Insurance Company in the painent of
52,300 for the loss of my bam and con
tents b tire, I take this method of inform
ing the public that my loss was paid
promptly, and recommend my fritnds to
apply to Wallace .t Co., agents, for "in
surance that is Insurance."
(Signed) J. C. W ii.uvrr-
,ooo Los. i'alil.
The Ohio Farmers Insurance Company
paid me S,000 (the full auiount my iolt
cies called for) for the loss of my buildings
and contents by fire Oct. 2.1. Appreciating
the benehtsof Insurance in a good company
w hlch cheerfully pa s just claims. I most
heartil) recommend the Com pan) and their
agents as worthy of patronage.
(Signed) John Howi:i i .
I BUTAL FAIXOU,
Rooms 6 A e. Mltenell Block.
S. X. Cor. Main aud Market St.
t iutu or icnn tiitx oimo
WITHOUT 'A I.
H. LIWBOCKKH, VI ntl 57 Are!. Print
r. Sngnrer and Fubloaable StHonr.
WMdlns z'wU and call In eards a -spAet.. tr.
' HI Ul 2' lutt
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i Jo; ipmi
9)SBg 8 JIM 8qi-P9AU03
Tosell our rellab'eNLRsKRYSTOCKf Prices
low. e'nequaledadvantaces. Permanent tin
plovment. SAUItt AM lr l'tNsl s .,r
cIUKKVi. iomviissio.ns I'.vin. Kxper-
lence not necessary. v rue lor terms at once.
Rochester, -N. i . Est ibtlshed KOI
: MRS. BERRY.
PRIVATE BOH! KOIISF.
Tke ll.lj Hr,t-cls lloase or this klad
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
Xo.lloK W Main. V E. Corner Iactory.
RATKS:-I to l..-,o per lny: and
4.SO. A anil SMI per week.
rurf uBuriw of H ai-
korwl frvni jrvaUtoi rrar. A 4aiCtlr lloMt. S2b.
srasajHii prif aic airaiT asrai rrrf, (eiaj
l"Tfrsi-tlr rollablr. ao ifan ai'rlnre.
'A he l. II. Uwe Mnl.Ca., t. 1a.1w. t on a.
Tho following tlistinguislied chemists iinqualifiedly endorse
CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKING POWDER,
manufactured by Cleveland Brothers, Albany, N. Y., as a pure
and wholesome preparation and recommend it for use:
Dr. ELIAS H. BARTLEY, B. S.r
Chemist of the Brooklyn Board of Health.
Prof. A. H. SABIN,
Stato Chemist of Vermont.
R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M. D., LL.D.,
Prof. Chemistry and Physics in the "CoUege of tho City of Now York.
FRANK L. BARTLETT,
State Assayer of Maine.
WM. M. HABIRSHAW, F. C. S.,
Chemist cf the New York State Agricultural Society.
JAMES F. BABCOCK,
State Assayer of Massachusetts.
Prof. R. A. WITTHAUS, A. M., M. D.,"
University of Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. H. A. MOTT,
Prof, of Chemistry New York Medical College, oVc
S. W. JOHNSON, Ph. D.,
Prof, of Chemistry, Yale CoUege.
STILLWELL 8c GLADDING,
Chemists to tho New York Produce Exchange.
F. A. GENTH, Ph. D.,
Prof, of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania.
HENRY MORTON, Ph. D.,
Pros, of the Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, N. J.
AUSTEN & WILBER,
Chemists to trie Boards of Health
"The smell of Violets hidden in the grass, pours back into my empty soul and
Fiame the time when 1 remember to hav e been joj f ul and free from blame."
LUDLOW'S VIOLET OPRIS S1CHETTS
CONTAINS TWO OUNCES. TRICE, 25 CTS. EACH.
rCRCUASERS OF A DOLLAR BOTTLE Of ,
LUDLOW'S Superb Handkerchief EXTRACTS
Swret Alyftinnt, Queen of 1hp Yiolelo.Aniarilli?, White Helio
trope, Boiisoliue Kobe, Lily ot the YallVy, will l)f presented with
one ot the abort for a tew dajs to introduce the perfumery.
Pharmacists, 55 East Main Street
YOUR STOMACH'S SAKE:
CELERY AND CRANBERRIES!
And all the good things to make a good dinner.
All the Best Goods at
HOHL & LYON'S
GROCERY, CORNER MAIN AND CENTER STS.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM
Know that many of tha people of Springfield forgot to
call and purchase from their stock in the early part of
me acftsuu, suui yuuusds wuuiu huvb matte ineir nomes
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 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 enjoy tha ben cfit of the best selection.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
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tJOODS CILLKD FOR AND DELIVERED. TELEPHONE 138. .
of Newark and New Brunswick, N. J.
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