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.-w.s-lv,, J- ''Sl-Se;s?-i,' : HBpfrBLto, fiitsfei.Y jmarorQ, mmmm s, isst. -in T i i i i rftoi ofc fc l II i l f PARA-CREAX is a cream ointment, neatly put up in two Ijouneeglassjirs. ' To preient chapping, It is especially adapted to the use of ;' Farmers, Gardeners, or any persons working in water or damp, ''weather. It Is uneqalledts an emollient for the skin and complexion, and renders the skin so't and smooth as a kid glove. PBICE. 25 CENTS. t--? MaowJar that the teryiarce majority ot chapping prepara m PARA-CREAM !H f$ltMa are composed of (ilyrerine, Vaseline, Cosmoline, Camphor, Carbolic Acid, Mucilage orQuiaee Seed, etc., and that they do not fally mett the demands of the trade, ire hare originated a prepa id ration that contains none of the above ingredient?, and after very erere tests, we have found it to far excel all others in the market. It is perfectly harmless, and no danger is attended by its use in any manner. A. Nm-XTXr PREPARATION FOR CHIPPED HINDS, UPS, FACE. SUNBURN AND UN. CUTS AND BURNS. $fc efts COMI' Y efts COMPT MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS, MO. 23 EAST MAIN ST.. SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. MANUFACTURERS AND PROPRIETORS, HO. 23 EAST MAIN ST., SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. ' " HM m sat. si - 11 PSE m I H 45P1- !E-3B-' f&$jr m m 1 W&sr lv KlftftVS WHITI? i&St The r.uly bnul of Laundry Soap nuank-d a Crt tMsS medal at tho New Orleans nxjicsiUon. Guaian fowl abvjhiU'ly i"v. l for general liuusciitilil puriKwa U tho very Iks jmngfidii iU public ETEXU AI WEEKLY; Tfce BENHLIC irlM t he Sew Terk tad West rs AwurUted l'r lMspatelie nd the Beater Cle Jl'orrUH) TrIeerB. C. St. MCUOU, niSIIiSNT. TIIOS. G. HKOWX. BIC'TiDIEIiS. sisenEL6 pyeusHiiis mm, Publithers and Propriatcn. nmmin UKll?llf.lf! ! nnhltahftd rTnin- ei-ect Sunday, ana 1 deliv- cert at the rate ol We. per week. Single ' wi-i?K1.T REFCI1L.1C It nnbUshed . .. - t. . a ttt. mn.m- plete JamUi newspapers In theeoantrr; eight pages, markets complete. R'J"1 with newi aa4 ajUcellwiy. II Pr lr, TarlablTcashlnaileanse. hoold be TaSdressed to Cumi M. Stcmii ... . .,. ...... nnnr wi piiTinn, : and all builnesi Ietten to Tiioiua O. laova. manager. REPUBLIC BUILDING, SPKINOFIELD. OHIO. TatcpboB So. 239. lHUItSOtY EVENIN3. DECEMBER 3.1887. Blaine, afnln. of Slaine Has "got there" The Fidelity was. evidently, as rotten as rottenness could be, The Akron Dttili Jtaieou lias just com - ;enced Its 19th volume. Tliere is now no doubt that Mr. Clevt- j XJnd.Is smart, either in himself or vicai- loosly. SOAR France's third and last republic h six-1 -- ,'e w--M - Pf -' by dealer of any mtWe claimed lo pos in vtrs o'd. and now seems likely to be-' 0f hmn" COllese' ,,M bfen su!,IK,rtinS the ; sessptojrties identical with or similar to teen years o.d. anl now seems ui.ei io oe- pri,llbUton eallse in Georgia with great en- tf th saving SOZODONT. Only purchai-e come permanent. j tUustiUjn aud force; bat ia a ,tUer brmted the real Simon Tore, which defies both inii- Itisrutlndlsputabl. fact that the after- since the elation, he epitomises a good 'uVTZ .r'ordlS noon papers, which leceive telegraphic dis-1 deal of solid sense and truth, as follows: health and beauty, notviithstandliig any patches, give the latest, freshest news. Judge Thoman. of the Youngstown ncfe- tw-iitoit. does not think congress will adopt the president's revenue recommendations, j it wide enough fur this government. t lien t- j that Is done prohibition Is merged In the Caniot, the nw president of the trench, i,izcer thing running the government Is. fortunately, near-sighted, for much gos i and it is lost. The aim of prohibitionists on In Paris that it Is better for a man not to Blaine and Forakerare a good deal alike. They ate both wonderfully magnetic and they both know just hen to put in a lick, and hoir to put it in. So far as we can learn. Kmdlay's supp'y of natural gas is now abundant aud In ex cess of local demand. It is certain that the local newspapers show no lack. In the XewTorkTrlfcmic, of this (Thurs day) morning, Mr. Blaine, at long range from across the ocean takes his first whack at Mr. Cleveland, ami so for as argument. fact and sense are concerned. Knocks mm ii "-w --, -.- -- prob'eni nhlcli aro affected by the action of political parties. At a period when men's minds are, to a great degree un biased by partisan feeling, they may be persuaded to look at pending questions on their merits and to look at facts and argu ments with some degree ot impartiality. This is the time of all others to dis.-ussi" "- ! to , that in-, tl.. FMt ib1. s,-ial and economical I "Icatlons show that we are likely to have it , The cat iu lSbS For First Grave Dig. 1'enatI'n,"-t w,l,'oa "' recourse to, blood and expels the humor, and the skin ..j. Uenson Foraker. of Ohio; for See- ! or contribution from, the workers them- heals without a scar. Send for book con onl Grave Digger Jefferson Davis, of I selves. Tliis Is an experiment Provisions ! taining ininy statements of cures, to C. 1. Mississippi. Chicago Ilcmltl. ! will probably be made against carelessness. Hood & Co.. Apotlwurie), Lowell, Mass. The iicniW is an independent paper- ' improvidence, etc. on the part of beneficl- esrtxinlv independent of any republican : amliatlons. It is quite certain that both Governor Foraker and Jelf. Davis will, ; each in his own way, ,. I jjiu.c a4l.i(U luv ion uciiiia-ikliu iA.tj. . . The Sim. of Greeley, Colorado, shines l our Governor Foraker, as follows: AfDirinc presidential candidates are! ore or less dazed at the dignified and looming proportions of that man Foraker. lie has the ability, he lets people know just what he means, his record is straight, pub lie and private, he is a gentleman and and lie's from Ohio. "Aspirlne presidential candidates" need nave no rears as to tne governor, n, is nor. loaded-with presidential apirat.ons-not , this year, or next. , . T7l . , . ' Tlie Jiirfyc (Judge Publisliiug Company. Park Kow. Heir York.) has in its issue for j December 10th, a picture of Blaine as "the republican Gulliver," looking down in a quizzical way, en the democratic lilliputs , Watterson, McLean. George Jones, Dana, Bennett of the Herald. Godkin, aud Gov- eroor Hill, who are shouting up to him The last election settled your chances. ; and politically you are as dead as a door gf nail, If you only knew it-' lint tlie Jml.je calls him a "lively corpse," and it Is o,uite evident that he doesn't know it and. In u fact, that nobody else quite knows it. BOSTON RUBBER SHOE COMPANY'S GOODS ! Mil. UUtlMTS MISAI1K Hon. James G. Rlalne Is not proUlcnt of I the I'niteJ Stales but lie is a sort of un crowned kitu; of men, whose utterances are alwa lepanled with profound interest Tlie reort of the Interview which appears in today's New York Trl'miir. (Ieceinbtr 8th), may be eonsldcied as an abstract of the kind of a message which Mr. HUine would write, . ere he president, ami in it self, and In its connection with Tresident Cleveland's message, it is an utterance of very great shrewdness, sisnlncance and timeliness and it Is an Indication of Hip lively kind of fiht we are to have, next year, when the ipposfnc political hnt cot fairly at work In the field of battle. Sir. Ulaine is for protection, out-and-out, as he always has been, ami in his statements, be shows the farmers and other workinirmeii of the country, in very plain lanpiace easily understood by all, the fruit that would ' follow the adoption of I'rreident Cleve land's programme. Kverjbody should read , every vtord of the TrUmm' report of the Interview, as it appears in this day's Ke ri'iiuc. . . . , s. . ... -s. . A remarkable man-ZenasColvnlle Priest fift tint iIImI in W VrL- itfift. IIu entered the service of the .New York Cen- tral road in 1S35 and had, therefore, been In continuous service nearly 53 j ears. He was not only competent but faithful in the discharge of his duties to a wonderful ex tent. Asa division superintendent, up to the time of his death, in his 8'2d year, he had charge of 5,000 men. In bis 80th year. President Cliauncey X. Depew sought linn out, and found him at work in "the slush, rain and water" overseeing the repair of track damaged by a "wash-out." He tried to persuade him to letire from active duty, on fUn,,av fr jif. but the old hero object- ' ed, on tlie ground that "If he retired he n..,i.i it,-,, f.,P ,. t.-i rt i. t-i. rt ' "'"- s. aw.,. v r . , , in ;iuinitr his duties a "model of odlcial perfection ' as well as of noble manhood." - - .Judge H.irlau, of the i . S. supreme rfrttrt fn rAniforinir tii HwiifnTi nf tUa , l court, in the case involving the constitu - wt i . $ ui.i ais-iivj wa. inx tionality of the Kansas prohibition law, says that previous decisions of the supreme court, both before and since the adoption of the fourteenth amendment to the constitu - tn. xnakeit clear that legion by. 6tate, prohibiting the manufacture witiiin her limits of intoxicating Iiip-ors, to be tiiero sold or bartered for general use as a beverage, does not necessarily intringe any risht, privilege or Immunity secured by the vinlit!l!liui ftf thn IThIImI Isl.itivs Tht Is . w ,iQ snK, fw TaIue ' 0 their r,IantSi in Kansas made useless by , tie prohibitory law. It aNo aiuilies in the , same way to Iowa brewers and distillers. Ilev. nr.Attieu.G.lIayCood.asoalIicrn;,;foirens,l.epartlsan5j,!,n 1Ila hl eIw..i man, the general agent of the Slater fund. , tion lacks confirmation. (of one million dollars, for tLe benelit of The government Is too big a thing to be run in the interests of even as big a thing a prohibition. 1 he prohibition party as a party must widen their platform to make is not mutiing the government, but prohi bition of the liqaortraflic No government ! can bo run on one Issue. i , . r , ,. , . . ' parilla. This preparation purities and vit.t- TheSprwsneIIKErciiuccrIesontfora;Hj!trtlhel)!(,,j tllu, resilli; ,uaIth ami revival. Tlie KEi-enuo should know that , trenpth to th digestive and assimilative uusuf.j itiiiati miiu iuiis'uu' iriunn xj not come simultaneously. Springfield is having iLs business revival now. Wait un til business slacks up, times get hard aud the fusy world takes time to think of some tblug besides dollars and cents, and the, re ligious "awakening" will come. It Invar iably does. Youngstown Tclfjnuii. The times have been just bad enough, during the past few months, as the result of the Whiieley financial troubles, to Jii'- , t:fy expectations of a religious awakenlur.or rertval of righteousness. According to the T.'trtirniii mvn nt-i'mtipnt uu nrn fnlli ?)- . I i i ii - ,..,,,.,.,-... l Most important action has r cently been taken by the government of (iermany in behalf of the families of workingmeii. j Every person employed will henceforth be j lusnred against accident or death, by a 1 great public fund, furnished at the joint l expense of the employers of labor, and of mies. The Iter. Edward Anderson.of Xorwalk, i r i i.. -. s'.i- it i V.OU1I., H.I1U lOllU.lJJ Hi Utllll, KIIU kll'11111 ...... our citizens as the gentleman ! I remntlv chosen ehanlain-in-chivf of thai . r - -- i Grand Army of the United States, was re- cently installed, and in his address on the occasion said that he would not deny the story published recently that he had butch- ; , ered confederate prlsouers, but lie wanted to add that wherever he had murdered them he had cooked and eaten them. Stirely nothing could be fairer than that. Mf Gegneri ot tIie ,.$,!,.. who eraIIy tnows a thinc or two says that lt ,s llnderstood t,iat Senator Shennan wjll introduce a bill to regulate elections In the south, and that it will pass the senate. u cannft pas9 ie but u w, putUie . biigadiers on record as opposed to the proper exercise of sutTrage by any class of people. 'Hie shrewd senator evidently prooscs that we shall have free elections In the south or know precisely why we do not get them. The most beautiful woman in,ew Vork takes Vinegar Hitters to clear her coin plcxion. Jewelers are reviving coral. 2 Iv.irjr Slnrrli. plain Bnlsh vt high polish, i harmless, always ready and reliable. Uroccrs. vmrrr tl luipufr 3111k. 1uc .esiiotii-t ; !t U, milk Is of Mttle nionien. . iin,i.-.riu in imlU (mm si much i.-mmeii.-miit) it other and mole iiijiirinii- f- !. n.m in u-ncrnl ue. and us ciini'iiii-il ! i lie ;umar unililioiis and '.rfniment t lliv cow-, siahles and milk. au.'i ilie waler the cow- iiiu-uiuc one of the nuKt iuiorlaiit elfinrnt" in dairying. Then-is not out' well in a hundred that furui-lie- pure water Kreners' and alliens gninare.shippl nilothf country lij the millionsof tiu-hels annually, llrewers grains lire coixl feed for milch eow- if ted the d.iv thev a.v iinlucxil. (Jlnco-e gmiu-, with the Mil pliuric acid ireatmiut mTess.iry in the ileum, ate injurious u ih..ii Ih.Ji cow and ' - Thi'-e wain- are sett into Hie coiiiiiry vri ami nm, icimeniin, m'UI Inir aii'l spiiliiii: as they ro. S the farm its' cow-.-, wuli ecr sliipiucnt. have feed ma state oi fe: mentation, often lotten and lit 'il for the dunghill. Distillers' slops, ii iisl, liae mull rpiiii fermenta tion, white the grains are fid while fer-mentins--a strong jsnt in favor of slops, "I!. M. Y." in Science. Tlie Moriiiii;; 111 It, K. "The habit of takin; n morning drink, or any other kind of drink for that inat . tcr," said a gentleman last, night, "is one ! mure honored in life l.reatli than the ob ' scrvnnee, bur if a man must take it why j can't he do it ojienly mid not sneak around j aliout it" I saw a innu the other morning n n tliinr liif tii.n Vital ib1iiit.ul f lilrvi 4 tlllil 1H IHUOV His. II I-IIIIV Vl II 1111 . i ni,!,,,,,:.,. ,ii..t kinw him. He was . ..cnA i.-v,.i;... . ,,-. .... .!. ...ti., 1 pcctl togo ... such a place as the Con- , tinenlnl for his tocUly, lint he stoppetl in ' irotii oi a utiru rate s:uoou on f-ixiu stnit. below Pine, and having looked up looming up in Canada as successful evan .iiiddownthe.sinittose.'if nti IihIj-was ! ,-elists. Their friends and admirers be-j in sight who knev him he darle.1 in. I . l.eve that they will soon become as famous wouldn't trust that fellow." Philadcl- ! as Moody and Sankey. I plra Tl.ncs. I A er's pills are alwajs ready for use. A i'leniiT siiart-ii i.y i oisicu iinij. Thev are Migar-coated, easy to take, and JIallierbe. the gllted French atilhor, de-i sure to bring relief and cure. They am clared that of all things man posn-shes, j euVctualjn all diseases caused by disorders : women alone take pleasure in being po ; of lliu.stouiach and digestive ortans. j sssed. llus seems: generally true of the sweeter sex. Like tlie ivy plcnt, she longs for an o'lject to cling to and love to look to tor protection.,; This being her preroga tive, o iglit she not to be told that Dr. Pietct's Favorite Prescription is tho phys ical salvation of her sex? It ba.iMieo those distressing mahulies that make l.er life a burden, curing all painful irregularies, uterine disorders, Inllmiitn.itioii and iilcera tlon, prolapns and kimired weal;iiesse.s. As a nervine, it cures nervous exhaustion. in ill nun, it vuu1 i(riuu- L mtu-i kii"i ! prostration, debility, relieves mental aim ety and hypochondria. aiu! promottvi rt- freshing sleep. The remain of General .1 Uankliead Ma- ; P". ? --- Wifti. the Texas rSSAISSl ton. tsaVrC tho Children. They are es pecially liab'o to sudden Colds, Couglis, Croup, Whooping; Cough, etc. Wo guarantee Acker's Ecglish i i Kemecy a positive care. It saves , horits "of watching Sold b . Frank II. Cobleuti, comer Market nd u'-n !"eels . The rumor ihat Mr. Cleveland has de- ! viinn'a.l liij nun ruwl-nollin .-vi trin itrnnn 1 1 tlvi L .1,1... repiesentatlon to the contrary. It causes the teeth to gleam like burnished ivory, contains no hurtful ingredient, and has a most grateful tl.ivor and smell. The Sault Ste Marie, Mich., jail Is said to be "so porous that an able-bodied pris oner can sweat liim-t-lf out in a few hours." Do you sulfer from Indigestion or loss of appetite'.' An you troubled with liver or . kidnev comnlaint? Take Aver's Sarsa- organs. Try iL A new magazine, called The .1 jc uf ll'o hmiii, is announced. It will never bo givtn away, of course. A l'rinee Sh IMsKMise. Wlien applied they are toothing and stimillalint' nnlet irrlt.itlnn. aline ti.tn- strenclhea. act Instantlv. Hun i'hKtm.. I prince of all piasters. Sold even where. i ' .int. Slmmtnre nf nmnrMnH t.n Imet.- ,r i neter n vi..i.r r it,.tn i c,,;, haT'Ceen ,,1 Momit NaTt. In ' ,(lllor f Tliomas NasL the caricaturist I A niiktiiitnia, in 1, . hA.Aflt.. .d f I ' who has been lecturing iu the Mate. !l Itliruiu . With its interne itching, dry, hot skin, often ! broken into painful cracks, and the little j watery pimples, often causes indescribable suffering. HooJ'.sSirsapiriUi has wonder ' ful power over tliU disease. It pirilits the :reary I.amar says the hrst three I bouks he remembers reading In his cliild- hood are "Franklin's Autobiography," Itnllin's IlUtnri' .ml IMm1 ,r..li, I l.. " --"- j - ........... . .,,vo. -.- . ,n.y.f, ,. AJVjLVJ VV.S . ,',' -T cum, tjr irumntsi wiin Windy Colic Teething 1'idns. or Stomach Disorders, 'an 1 relieved " ""'' "7 "-""a i?1''" 3 a-,7 foomcr, LenS lTSfe. wTs3 c-nte. Sid h5 ' It fsnnfmna nn flni.im If .t Frank II. Coblentz. corner ilarket and ' High streets. -Pills are aqufcl, pieasantjSafi &nd sure Cure for j'n- rfTOfOl irt3- cr stomacf). - indiqzstion.dfs-' bebsia, const, taffon" . nirVoTs ' or general debijity, heaJacie bssiiucfei'seftsei oft'omc?,, rc. tfetftputiAfc 1 00 for SQt. . Athlohhorb Pemedi'w are sold tv 'all eiruqqists.i Send, ocenfs for 1he beautiYul colored pkTure, the , toogiiuGim..Mtc!horoiCo.it2W&llSt.Ny. IN ALL KINDS AND r?CMk ..YMF &-& v'stS sLS I II .11 , I tn 'f 3Iny. ' Victor, N. Y.. Feb. 1st. 18ST. .Mi. () K WikMlward, Dear Sir: Sond me one-iiair gross Kemp's llal.-am, ."0c. s-ze, and a few samiiles, I ceitninly know . that Kemp's llaNaiu i the IW sellins coiiKii cure. I have lifteenotlier coiikIi and lung lemedlt son my shelves, and Kemp's ' ISalsam sells 10 to 1 lest of all. Respect fully ours, F. K. Cobb. Sold by T. J. j Casper, druggist, -tl east Main street, at Me. anil 1. Sample bottle free. M. Pasteur proposes to win the large award thai has been offered on condition i that New Zealand and Nw South Wales . '"" l"! ""'V " ",..". I J "u " "" t ,l..ll I... ...A.I f lwi r..tsl.W 1B,.a.A tu. I """"1 ",c " "" """"' l' IV.i.te til rt.sii Uillioul Kepnlr. V'gor rjegins to decline when dyspepsia I invades the stomach. The disease, pro longed through neglect, entails grievous I loss of flesh and serious waste of the iiius- cular tissue. To invigorate thoroughly and ' speedily, a sound stomach H reipilred. There is none comparable to llostetter's Stomach Hitters, since it institutes, and if continued, perpetuates a repair of te tis sues, which have declined in bulk, vigor and elasticity in confluence of non-assimilation of the food. No time should be lost ,In bfginnmglthe reparative process, nor should there Ik any delay in removing those ailments of frequent occurrence, which cou ' trihute to and foster an enfeebled condition of the stomach and nerves, viz: constipa- j tion and liver complaint, disorders which . the Hitters will assuredly extinguish. It t also remedies and prevents malarial and kidney troubles, and is a prime auxiliary in "'"T"' "f.,S!"gt1' ,0f conVB"scento from wasting disease. Itev. Messrs. Hunter and Crosslev are Mr. Kcbert Bonner sold his I.ethjer to his two sons tor SI. and the marble-front building iu which it is published tor S3. Clinmplur. Liqtuil l'erJ,."o Ceul. Don't pay T5 unless so printed on bottle label. CONSTIPATION IS called the'Tatber of PIscineH, bcaose - .. ,. i . ji uix;g 3 ii -r iiv uui ii I t it iti niiivu uixtavu ' ttonuf polaoiioa iras in the retention of ie- c.-trea ana enetf matter in tn tom:icn ana bowels. It I-, caused ny a Torold Liter, not -enouch bile bWnc excreted from the blood to ?JZV ZxutS&Vm? LOSS Of Jppttitf, ui.l- IIailoo1m SJ. .. ..I-. ........ , Bad ltreatb, etc. Thc treatment of Constipation does ut con sist merely In unl aHifg the bowelv The medicine must not only net ma purgative, but be a toulcaa M;-ll,unil uot produce alter its ! BrMTrt 'KdTirt uSSt changing th? di??'r ' dfairgaulzlas the system. greater cottivrness loiecute a reguiir --SRZSlk. "My attention, alter surferlng with Conttl pitlnn lor two ortbree years. Has tailed to Simmons Liver Regulator, and. having tried ntmost everything elie. eonrluded to try It. I first took a wineglasstul. and afterwards re duee.t the done to a traspoonful aa per direc tions, alter each meal. I found that It bad done me. so much good that I continued tt un- til I took tno bottles. Since then I have not experienrea anyiiimcuiiy. t keep u in my hous and would not be without It, but have no iieforlt,lt having cured me." Iiioroic V. Sims. slstant Cleric ?eperior Court, tilbb county, Ua. TAKE ONLY THE GENUINE, Which ha-, on the Wrapper the red SE Trade mark and Signature ot J. H. ZEILIN Sc CO. ely's Catarrh CflEIM BALM1HM CLEANSES THE Naal Passages, l'ajn Pain and In fl,m mi t,!l- U"'11 le Sare?, Itestnr. tne enses of Taste CmaII TKVTIIE CUKE.HAT-EEVER A vartlcle It applied Into each nostril and it "! aaaL "lrf""'"" ixreeatile. Price SO cents at Druggists: b nail, registered. 60 ets. SLY HK0S.. Droi dsta. .; tireeiiulch St.. New York. . ia mnv.. DUwIrltoO Ullltvl UKT . OENTISTS. c. it. CUHVSUIK, dtil rAiLoaa. Hocms 6 A t. Mltehell Slack. TA.LSWI8. s Dirnat. 8. 1. Cor. Main and Market SU. w. II.ttMIIU, xuvis or iC3e rim Oirrso nrsoCT rn. Masonic Bnlldlac. 10B PRINTERS. HM.LIMUOCKJCB,and57Areade.PrlBt er. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer. Wedding goods and calling cards a specialty. W. A. GROSS & CO., UNDERTAKERS AND EMIIAI.MERS. 50 Weit-Msln Sfeet. Old Drlscoll Ilulldtng, SprlngSeld. O. Of3ce open day and night. Telephone Xo.SW. W'.A.OUOSP. T.A.flKOSS. RnsldBnceoierOfflce. Ill S. Factory ARE YOU suffering from any of the results of youthful Indiscretions or abuses, resulting In Seminal Weakness. ImpotencT. Lost Manhrioil.etc l( s.l. SAli:il'S nKlill M'Kl IHC Hill Cure you I sed and recommended by a large number ot specialists In diseases of the genital ononis. The price forSboies. ulilcli is surtl clentfor any case. Is $5. at druggists nr by mall. aiiiilP llm Free. II. Il.j Wl'YER jfc CO.. Box HIT. Philadelphia, l'a. eod3mo LOST Mkuhnnd. IToatkfkll IMr drnr?,rrTUUiDblllt7ciirtlb7 noianie iicr mn? n . Herb MtKlicia Cu.. 13 M. Illk M rbitaaslsLia. Pa. U4 by fcU Unggim. VARIETIES. TEN PER FiKa&GSr masms WVFEVERMj EJSm&Sz&zy iarv',r ujjli In the city. Scrap Books, Photograph Albums(Plush and Leather), M E BRUSH AND COMB SILVER-PLATED water SETS-rfejalTS3V nhriitmas Prpjpnt VASES OF ALL KINDS, Vkk""" nCbCIH. FANCY GLASSWARE mBBB- Holiday Gooils at aM Prices 2STO. 8 WEST IdTA XlsT STREET. L. F. OLDS & BROTHER. THE STANOARO TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES AND BAKINC POWDERS SS -AJRO-A-DE JLNI3 58 MARKET STREET. C A R P ETS IT-OX TBIBTY 1.TTS, PreviU8 to invoicing. Commencing Thursday, Decem ber 1st. we will sell all grades tf Carpets at prices which speak for themselves. Now is the time to get a rare bargain. Call and be convinced. A. C. BLACK & COMPANY. WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, GO TO WHELDON & MERRILL, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IX GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276. BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS : CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254 J. T. TUTTLE TKLKPHONK iU. 64 SOUTH LIMESTONE I shll begin Monday morning, No vember 38, to reduce my stock of Gro ceries, and shall make special Cash Prices. A good Roasted Coffee for 25c Big Reduction in Teas. ST. 1 Sl.OOTeas for 75c 75c Teas for OOc 60cTeas-for 50c 50c Teas for 40c 40c Teas for 30c 35c Teas for 25c Dr. Frank C. Runyan, DENTIST. V Koonsln Baeklncham'sBallatncof r aWMorpby Bro.'Store SP'SlalatttntlontlTen t- tit ftttrl I'M. Dr. Levitt E. Custer, DENTIST. Preservation ot natural teeth by latest ap proved methods. Strictly nrst-claai work roaranteed. -i.Bls;b8t..snirKtrl.yiiarorr. CENT. LESS THAN 99 CENT STORE, CHRISTMAS GOODS! Our stock is now complete. Buy early. Toys of all kinds, Dolls, Doll Carriages, Sleds, Banks, Wagons, Blocks of all kinds, Magic Lanterns, Musical Tops, Hobby Horses. The best line of CHILDREN'S TOT SETS SETS, WpSk&i S , J5e 9 W6M$&zsXmm WARE. nfteBil one IMFORTBHS JSL.NI3 XX.'BOrsa.XXjI'El.S OS OFFICE i PORK PACKERS ANOCURERSOFTHE Champion Brand SUGAR CURED HAMS, SHOULDER and BACON. PURE LEAF LARD! Tr Fsailjr Ua. W.Grant'sSons 1 6 E. High Street. FOUNTAIN BRANDS FINE CUT AND PLUQ Incomparably th Beat. ANY HOUSE IN OHIO. TEA COMPANY, -crii.a JOHN H. $ros. 26 AND 28 EAST MAJJf STREET. New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock tt select from. All goods first-class and complete satisfaction assured. FINE GOODS FINE FITS UNO FINE STORE. 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