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ONE MIGHT ONLY. FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 9th. DM IM GO. 5K0RCE DLNLAP. Proprietor ana Man ager: authorized and organized by JNO.A.MoCAUIX nd prolucinc the err a test of all JlcCauIl open uccrsses, BLACK HUSSAR! ByaCaretullySelectcdCo .comprising -lO - PEOPLE - lO PIUCKS-Sl.TJcSOeand 2'jc. Seats on sale at narrts a near store. GRAND OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, With Crnd Matinee nt z r. 31. Wills, Hensbaw & Ten Broeck And a great Vocal and Comedy Cast. In the most ecjojable of all Musical tumeilrs, UNO OLD CRONIES! A Brilliant Production. Intenselv Funny, iirimtul of sparkling. Original .Music. Besides Selections from the Most Popular Operas. rniCES-Evenlng.7:..W: and 2V: X'atl toee. adults. 50c. children. Sis. Tickets for both matinee and eienlnc can be had at liar rls's Cigar More GRAND OPERA HOUSE MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. 12th. Orand Production of Jules Verne's greatest of all spectacular Dramas, AROUND THE WOULD IN 80 DAYS. Under the direct supervision of Mr. tt. J Fleming, formerly manager iblo's. ew York A strong .Ntw ork cast of -40 -PEOPLE- -AO Two Car Loads of Special Scereryl Beautl tut Mecbacleal Lltecti 1 Martlirg Stage Kev olntlonal spectacular Incidents never "be foreiritnessed! imitutd AnuonuuNwclie- Bill Illlll.! Jvotwlthsfrdlng the enormrus experse connected with this grand production regular prices w'll prevail, viz : T-.ye.ic R-served aeats now on aaleat Ilarrla's Cigar store with out extra charge To Assist Nature In restoring diseased or wasted tissue is ail that any medicine can do. In pnl. raonary affections, such as Colds, Bron kltli, and Consumption, the mucous membrane first becomes inflamed, th n accumulations form in the air-cells ol the lungs, followed by tubercles, and, finally, destruction ot the tissue. It is plain, therefore, that, until the hacking cough Is relieved, the bronchial tubus can Lave no opportunity to heal. Ayer's Cherry TeUoral Soothes and Heals the inflamed memliraue, arrests the wasting process, aud leaves no injurious results. This Is why it is more highly esteemed than any other pulmonary specific. D. Bixby, of Bartonsville, vt., rriies: " Four years ago I took a se vere cold, which was followed by a terrible cough. I was vry suk, aud confined to my bed about four months. My physician finally said I was In con sumption, and that he could not help me. One of my neighbors advised me to try Ajer's Cherry IYctonl I did so, and biforc I had taken hall .1 luittle was able to go out. B the time I had buishol the bottle I was vvlII, and have remained so ever since." Alonzo 1. Dij;itt, of Snivrna Mills, Me , writes: " Six J cars ao, I w as a trav -rling salesman, and al that time was suffering with Lung Trouble. For months I was unable to rest nights I could seldom lie down, had frequent choking spells, and was often com pelled to seek the open air for relief. I was induced to try Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, which helped me. Its con tinued use has entirely cured me, and, I believe, saved my life." Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, racrABED Br Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. fealdbyallDniggliu. Price (1 ; lxbotUea.SS. AGENTS WANTED TosellourrellabtelfCRSEBT STOCK. Prices low. Unequalea advantages. Permanent em ployment. lltLABl ASH KXPKNSr.S or LtBAL. COMMISSIONS PAID. xper- lasce bo t accessary. Write for terms at once. HOOKER SUBSEBIE8. irt-.X.T, Established 1X. GREENE TOWNSHIP. iREEorons, Dec. 6. Three weeks In stead or rears, as It was In last week's pa per.... The Beattytown scribe of the Ga zette wants to know when we will give us a ret on the good deeds of 0. O. V. lie should remember that there Is no rest lor the wicked.. ..II C. Johnston, we learn. has found eniplov inent In the sunn south of Tennessee, as the demand for carpeu - ters at the present season U ery great.... We all feel like singing a praise h j mn for the bountiful showers.... Wny should want ro go souui. wnen mere n more taxa- ble proierty In the state of Ohio, than In all the states south of Ten nessee, leaving out Texas?.... The next assembly of Ohio will have thirty-nine lavvjtn. tneiitv-slx farmers and ten doctor. AH the professions are represented but the preachers and one rep- resentatlve who lias no occupation appar- the work. Thanks, Brother Kelley.... ently Joseph Waddle informs us of the Mr. Cottrell met one of our voters yesler- sudden death of his cousin, Elmer Waddle, f da), and accosted him in the following in Missouri, last week. Mr. Waddle seeing manner: "If you were presented with a a nt ar neighbor's house on tire in the night, petition granting woman her rights, would ran to the house aud began to beat on tins jouslgnit?" "No, sir," was the quick re door, and the man in the h use thought It spouse. "Don't yon think you are rather someone trylug to get in, procured a shot gun, and as soon as Waddle broke open the door, fired at him, and t lie contents of the gun enieieu me neari (ii waumr, sunn;, him instsntlv. When he found out what he had done he became crazed, as It were. The house and con tents were burned to ashes. .... rise up to the appreciation of the glorious One of the grandest weddings that Ureene ' rights she already possessed. . . .Miss Annie ever witnessed, took place at the residence Wile Is upon the sick list. She has an at of Mr. E. II. Keifer. The contracting par- tack of pleurisy.... One of our sports ties were Mr. Frank P. Whitehead and men fatikly admits that he made Miss Lizzie Keifer, the onl) daughter at Iiotur. At 7 o'clock Signor Uiglo began plav mg on his harp Mendelsohn's wedding march, and then Iminediatel) appeared the parties, attended bv Mr E- (Sard and Miss I of meetings will be commenced at Bethel Elpna Miller. Oil taking their places under on Christmas night ...As soon as the the arch of the baj-wlndow. which was i United States becomes aware of the inven trimmed with lace. Interwoven with green j tive talent possessed by tills coiuinmiitj. vines, a verv Impressive service was con-' they certainly will favor us with a branch ducted by Itev. Frank G. Mitchell, when the twain were made one. The supper was oue of tbose as such a country larder could produce and the most delicate stomach could hud something to taste. The follow ing list of present was handed to us: Fath er and mother of the bride, hanging lamp I and lace curtains; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stew art, silver cake basket and spoons; Shellle Keifer. fruit basket: Elpha, Glen aud Stewart Keifer, fancy towel and pair of vases; Mrs. John Keifer. of Kansas, pair of handsome towels; Mr. and Mrs Humphries, half dozen wild silver spoons; A. A. Baker and son, fancj mirror with candle jets; F- Mjers and Ed Lupfer, plush ring; Grand pa Miller, album; Mr. and Mrs. Cross, of Topeka, Kan., cake basket; EmmaShellabsrger.of Washington, I). C, fan with pearl handle, which she bought in Europe; Mrs. Shellabarger, book of poems and Bible; Mr. and Mrs. Allen, napkin rings; Henry and Elpha Miller, silver fruit knives, I.ibbie Coles, fancy match holder; Mollie Donnell, Bohemian vase; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace, bronze Ditcher: Mrs Bar tholomew, handsome vase; Mother White head, handsome clock: Mr. and Mrs. Mor row, family Bible: Dr. Grant and Stewart Morrow.coal vase; Mrs.MeeIe,bronze lamp; Emerson, Wilbur and Mrs. Card, napkin ring, hanging lamp, fruit basket; George Lupfer. G. Billow and F. Kice, china fruit plates; Miss Shaw, decorated vase; Mattie Sever, china cup and saucer; Harry. Emma and Mattte Mellinger, hand painted china plates; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mellinger, large plush key with thermometer on it; Mr.. Mn aud Miss Little, decorated lamp; Will Black d, Co. tablecloth and napkins; A. C. Black and wife, p!uh ring: Ed. Keifer, of Mis souri, gold sugar spoon; John and Vin nie Perrin, wine set; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cony, plush perfume case; Mr. and Mrs. O It. Trout, silver Jewel case, there came near being an accident: as the groom and bnde were coming down stairs he tripped and nearly fell down, and In getting up he lost a part of the wedding "hoe, which was found with the presents the next morning. 1 he bride was lovely to behold, dressed in brown satin irrede?cent passementerie and Marechal Xeil roses. Joy ever be theirs. CATAWBA. Cv.Tvvvnv. Ohio. December 6 L. F. Hendricks moved Thursdaj from Springfield to his f attu r's, south of here. . . . MisMa Hunter returned Thursday from Wapakoneta. where she has been visiting her brother. Dr. Frank Hunter. ...We are ghtd to record the fact this week that Mrs John W. Page is recovering from her re cent sickness Mr. ami Mrs. P. L. Bum- gardner are Improv ing slowly, Mr. Huni gardner being able to be about the house ....George Groves, jr.. is routined to bis bed with typhoid fever Lewis Jones is sick with neuralgia of the stomach.... Chan Demory returned home last week from Columbus, Ohio, where he has been the past summer lathing He is now lath ing W. Kenedy's new house near the sta tion. . . .Mr. C. L. Pearson, formerly of thi place, but now of Wichita. Kansas, and a mail agent on the K. C. & Southern, had his left arm broken In a railroad wreck ui the 15 th of last month ... rhere are several weddings on tapis now. . . . 1. W. Wright has three large ears of corn on exhibition at J. Pearson's. The eais -ire each fourteen inches long and weigh one pound and three ounces each. . . .There has been a great deal written about the bones of the large mastodon found on Mr. X. S Conwaj's place, east of here. There are many who doubt the strv, but if tliev will stop and see the thigii bone now on ex hibition at Smith's Arcade Tobacco store, or the tooth at Ad Bakhaus St Ca's drug store, they will see something that w ill give them an Idea of the magnitude of these bones, that are still Imbedded here. .. . ....It appears that we are alwavs In a tu mult In regard to elections. One has Just past, and now we hear the friends of the tespeciive candidates for sheriff abooming their man .. Mrs. Celia Stroup was called to Springfield Satnrda) bv the sickness of her husband, S. P. Stroup. an employe of the Warder, Bushuell & Glessner Co. ENON. Eov, O., Dec 5 Last Saturday night a daughter of Mrs. William Mvers, three miles south of Enon, died suddenly in an epileptic convulsion. She was a young woman and had been subjected to spasms from childhood. Her funeral was held Monday at the house, and burial at the Enon cemetery Miller Drummed, a former resident of this township, who has been in Colorado for his health, died at his sister's there of hasty consumption last week. lie was a young man of exemplary habits, and industrious. His many friends here will regret to hear of his untimely death There was an explosion in the Enon paper null last Saturday evening near Op m. All of the steam dryers blew up, creating quite a commotion for a time. The machine tender. Mr. Lewis Before, and his assistant. Jack Horn, were knocked down by the concussion. The former was cut on the arm slightly, but fortunately neither of them were much hurt. Had they been immediately in front of the dryer they certainly would have been killed James Lorton, of Yel low Springs, was in town today. looking for property, expecting to move here if he can bnd property to suit him J. II. Mel linger, of yellow springs, was buying and shipping hogs from this point today. .. . Prof. Prince, who was to address the town ship Sunday school mass meeting here, yesterday, failed to come. His place, however, was well filled by Bev. Choate, w ho spoke instructiv b of the Sunday school work.... Both the churches are preparing to treat the Sunday school on Christmas. The M. E. church will give their treat on Friday night before Christmas. LAWRENCEVILLE. LA.vvitENCtMi.Lt , Dec 7. Mr. William James and Miss Cora De-trtt-k were married at the residence of the bride's parent on Thursday evening of last luaIt he lf Annul Prftfit7 .Insith ' McGoun is ill with dropsy of the heart Oiris Flick is visiting relatives in Kansas ..David Michael, sr.. Is recovering from a severe Illness Mrs. Lizzie Callison Is vwttinir friends in Miami rotintv Morris Pearson is suffering from illness contracted in Libby prison during the war. . . .Emory Baker and Miss Eve Ballentlne were mir- rled Thanksgiving day.... Diphtheria is re- ported in the family of Philip Swartz- baugh. Being; More Ileaant To the taste, more acceptable to the stom ach, and more truly benencial in Its action, the famous California liquid truit remedy, Syrup of Figs, is rapidly superseding all others. Try it large bottles for sale at Csjaes drag store. OAK GROVE. Oak Oatorx. Ded. ?. Mr John Smedley U suffering with frozen toes, the result ot a day's hunt We sympathize Last Fri day Mr. William Crist and a companion were going to Mr. Hall's, In Greene town ship, to have a day's sport, and Joe Wad dell's farm lay In a direct line from here to Mr. Hall's. HaDDemmr to run across some 1 birds they fired upon tli;m. whereupon you for an hour, and then lea ro you In 'Mr. Waddell appeared and asked them lftvore condition than before. What you . they would appear at Esquire Kellev's. or ) want Is an alterative that will nurifv your we If thev wanted to pay constable fees. They appeared at Mr. Keller's and were lined apiece lor trespassing, air. irist. oy way of a slur upon Waddell. told Mr. Kelley give Waddell enough of the line to buy pair of hoots The bojs speak very highly of Mr. Kelley, as he put the One at the and made' lowest possible notch, no cost upon his share of heard liearled. the above conversation was brought about by a petition which is in circulation asking the general assembly of miiu u aiaiu wtmiau ion ugui 10 voie. vve think it useless that she have, other rlirhu ' second d her, but wou d prefer to see her i a "pot-shot" at a rabbit . . . I ....James Ueahler, while chopping wood, 'received a severe wound in the eve by a I stick flying up aud striking It A series of the patent office. This time we are called upon to chronicle Imutovements in the line of butchering. First shoot the hogs several times with a revolver, then try the virtues of a shot gun and finally invsh them to Hithereens with an ax. This les sens the labor of the sausage machine. The scalding process we refrain from describ ing but suffice to say the boss butcher be came very sick shortly afterwards. Mr. Spragglns acted as "sub." and declares that on similar occasions in the future the village barber should be called upon. TREMONT CITY. Ti:fmot Cit, Ohio, December 7. Mr. X. II. Ilartlet. of Lebanon, paid our vicinit) a week's visit Mr. Kiblinger. of Springfield, paid his brother a visit Sun day.. . .Three new members to the Grange were taken In last Thursday. ow Is the time to join, ere the New Year comes, then fees will ri e The guest of Dr. Whittaker over Sunday was Mr. Markley, of Madison county. The Tremont City Musical Society has been formed, w Itn tne following officers: J. S. Warton, president; Forest Peneton, sec retary ; IL C. achoenberger, treasurer, S. Dingledine, Instructor. The society meets every I uesday evening. Ibis Is an excel lent opportunity for the young folks of this vicinity to acquaint themselves with vocal music The O. T. IL C. meets Fri day evening at Reigel's. DlMae of CalMon WoiVmen. The Illinois sIioim caisson of the Illinois Ci lit nil bridge is djwn to contract depth, seventy-five feet below-the surface of the water, and the work of filling the shoe or air chamber vv Ith concrete has begun As the men are working in on air pressure of thirty seven pounds to the square inch. and their movements are rapid in order thai the concrete may be spread licfore it becomes set or hard, the labor is excessiv e und trying on the men. One day seven of the laborers were taken ont of the caisson afflicted with what is known in caisson parlance as the ''bends," which is simply paralysisofthe body . The disease beci ns with a sev ere pain in the breast, then goes to the stomach, and latterly to tho lower limbs, the whole lower portion of the body becoming paralyzed. The cause given U that the men go through the air locks too rapidly, not giving thecirculationachauce to gradually adapt itself to the change in the atmospheric pressure. The caisson company has hot baths and hot coffee ready for emergencies of this character, but the men do not take ad van tage of such facilities until too late. Throi of the seven men kicked off thediseass and recovered quickly. Three were taken to the hospital ui had shape, one being afflicted with upoplexy and will prolwbly die The other two will recover n time, a slow process under any circum stances One other, a colored man, was taken to his home on the levee suffering greatly A white man taken from the caisson to the hospital sometime ago is paralyzed from the hips down, but is re covering slowly. This patient, whiln awaiting transportation to the hospital sat too near to a hot stove and burned one of his legs terribly vv ithout being aware of the fact. The malady is peculiar In its effects; a man may emerge from the caisson in apparent good condition, a few moments Liur he becomes weak, trembles and shudders, finally falling to the ground helpless Often the iusta'it submerging of the patient in a hot bath with copious potations of hot coffee will instantly re move the tremble, at other tunes the remedy is useless. Cairo (Ills.) Cor. G lol c- Democrat. Trying to ltslly tUe Fo. MaJ Livingston's horse hail b'en shot, and the major's hip injured I) the fall He was very anxious to change the retreat into an advance, and thus, on loot, swing ing his sword, he ordered everybody to "ltight about, fate"' But his orders were unheeded. At last, coming np to a regiment march ing iu tolerable order, in the same direc tion with the general current, and con cluding that they vv ere sufficiently strong at least to covtr the retreat of the vvouul ed and exhausted, he ordered them to halt und face to the front, giv ing emphasis to the command by earnest jesticnlations with ids sword, and insisting that it was a shame to see a whole regiment running aw ay At this juncture nu officer de manded: "Who ore you, sir" "MaJ IJvingston, of the Seventv sixth " "Seventy sixth what" askeel the stranger. "Seventy -sixth Xew York," replied the major. "Well, then, jou are my prisoner, for you are attempting to rally the Second Mississippi " 1 he iii'ijorwns taken to headquarters, but, furtnmtely, made his escai the next day Youth's Companion ?,o Tenant for Haunted lloue. Let u house be a little damp, so that people move in and ont rather frequently and the old vv omen in the neighborhood immediately declare the house haunted and locate there in times long past the most horrible tragedies So common is th.s that it vvouid appear every agent has three or four haunted houses on his list. House hunters seem to have all these -pook infested residences on their list, and If one of these houses is recommended to them as just what they want they'll ay, "Oh, we saw that place. The neigh Iwrs say it's hannted and we don't want it." Nearly all will say they don't be lieve In ghosts themselves, but for all that they won't rent a house with a reputation af being haunted. There are several houses in St Louis which have not been rented for as long as five years at a vtretch, simply because they have the reputation of being haunted. People w ill hear with rats, roaches, bedbugs, any thing iu n house, but the possibility of there leing an uneasy spint lurking Hrouud is too much for the average renter. Ileal Estate Man in Globe-Democrat. Cleavage of Bocka. Certain hollows In hard sandstone near Limn, Peru, were ascribed by Lyell to sncient sea action before the rocks were elevated above ocean level. A resident observer, however, finds the hollows to , bo still increasing insizeand number, and I bcliev es them to be due to cleavage caused by the growth of lichens which live on the rocks. Arkansaw Traveler. l This is a manly world we live In. Our reverence is good far nothing If It does not ibeflnwiUtself-respsct. Heine. LOCAL NOTICES. II race Up, You are feeling depressed, your appetite is poor, you are bothered with headache. you are fldgetty, nervous and generally out or sorts, and want toimce up. Urate up, but not with stimulants, curing medicines. or bitters which have for their basis very cheap, bad whisky, and which stimulate blood, start healthy action of l.lver and S5 KUr.ejs, restore jour vitalit), and give re- newed health and strength, hucli a uiedl- to cine jouwill tind in Electric Hitters, and a only so cents a bottle at Clias. Ludlow & , Co 's drugstore. Their Business Himmlng. t'robahlv no one thing has caused such a general revival of trule at Chas. Ludlow fc Co 's drug store a their giving awa to their customers of so man Ireu trill liot t'es of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption. 1 heir trade is simply enormous In this verv valuable article, from the fact that It aivvavs cures and never disappoints. Coughs, Colds. Asthma, Ilmnrlmis, Croup, and all throat and lung diseases milcklv cured. You can test it before buying by getting a trial bottle free, large size 31. fcvtrj bottle warranted. Buckllu'aAruiciv salt. The Best Salve In the world for Cute, Bruises. Sjres. Ulcers, Salt Klieum, Fever Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively eures riles, or no pav required. It Is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refundisl. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Charles Ludlow fc Co. M Blouet. "M0'IS-H."wa much In terested in ihe negroes In Washington Thej were a new race to him, ind he ad mired them greatly. While there he at tended a church frequented by col- red peo ple. "I was told," he said. ' that I should be amused But 1 was imptess.d. The eloquence or the preacher and the earnest ness of his hearers were both striking and pleasing." thousands suffering from Asthma, Con sumption. Coughs. He. Did you ever try Acker's English Kemedyt It is tha best preparation known for all Lung Troubles, old on a positive guarantee at 10c, 60c. Frank II. Uiblentz, corner Market i High streets Mrs. Maria Phillips, of Denver, Col., who is 101 years old. has Just been com mitted to the poor house by her relatives, who say fiat she disturbs them by cri Ing out in her sleep and making other noises at night. In Ilrirf, anil to the Point. Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered llv er l misery. Indigestion is a toe to good na ture. The human digestive apparatus is one of the most complicated and wonderful things in existence. It Is easily put out of order. Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food, bad cookery', mental worry, late hours, ir regular habits, and many other tilings vv hich ought not to be. have made the American people a nation of dyspeptics. But Green's August Flower has done a wonderful work in reforming this sad busi ness and making the American ix-ople so healthy that they can enjoy their meals and be happy. liemeiuber: Xo happiness without health. But Green's August rlower brings health and happiness to the dvsnentic Ask vour druggist for a bottle. Sev enty -fiv e cents. There Is a mind cure medicil col'ee in Kutland. VL, whieh Issues diplomas. Its graduates can use the letters M. 1). after their names, and say that tliev meau luinu doctor. Then nobody can touch them. "BCCnCPJlIBA." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Klih.ej, BladdsrandVrinary Diseases $1. At Druggist. "ROUGH Of BILL" PII.I.S 10c. and tSr. Small granules, small dose, big results, pleas ant in operation, don't disturb the stomach. Boron ov dibt." Ask for "Rough on Dirt :" A perfect washing powder found at lat I A harmless extra fine A 1 article, pure and clean, sweetens, freshens, bleaches and whitens without t llghef t Injury to finest fabric Unequallcdforfiaelinensana Uces, general household, kitchen and laundry use. Softens water, saves labor and soap. Added to starch Increases clots, prevents Tel- lowing, 6c We., 25c at Grocers or druggists. One Sheffield (England) firm recently fouud lead imbedded in several elephants' tuskf, from eight to twtlve pounds weight in each. As ivory is worth $.1 a pound, there is a profit iu selling lead at that price. W j yv vv Of the good things of this V life are sorrowfully let alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's Drspepslr. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a positive gnaranteo at 25 and CO cents, by Frank 11. Coblentx, corner Market and High streets. LOCAL NOTICES. Advice to Mother. Mrs. Winsiow's Soothing Svrup, forchil dren teething, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and phj oiclans in the United States and has been used for tears with never-failing success by miilioui of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child f lom pain, cures dj cen tery and diarrlicca. griping in the bowel and wind colic liy giving health to the child It rests the mother. Price 23c a bottle. Facts Worth Knowing. In all dieas of the naal mucous mem brane the remedy used nuM be non-lrritat-ing. The medical profession has been slow to leant this. Nothing satLifactorv can be accomplished with douches, snuff-. powder, syringes, astringents or ativ similar application, because tliev are all irritating. do not thorough!) reach the affected sur faces and should be abandoned as worse than failures. A multitude of persons who had for j ears borne ail the worry and pain that catarrh can Inflict testifv to radical and permanent cures wrought by El 's Cream Halm. A Kind ami fit.ii.oi's Dud Kev. A. liarber, superanuate member ot St. Louis Conf. Jl. . church, writes from Moran, Kansas: "This recommendation is written without solicitation from auj one; but 1 owe it to those similar! afflicted to say that b the use of the Shaker Ex tract of Roots (Siegel's Svrup) I was cured of an obstinate aud almost fatal indiges tion both stomach and liver being com pletely torpid. I was reduced to a living skeleton. Friends, fatuil) and phvsician had given me up. I was keeping the spark of life alive w ith a diet of raw eggs and milk. Now both stomach and liver are performing their functions. 1 have man friends in Western Ohio. X. E. Iowa and S V. Mo. who vvouid like to know this. Tiih Honf-t Sii vhi it, although he does not boast of his purity, alna)s makes goods that can be relied upon: fur instance, his Shaker Extract of Hoots (Siegel's Svrup) is real! a valuable article. It is not recommended as a cure-ell, but as a reined for one single disease, viz: Indi gestion, in which disease it works like a charm. The Shaker Tar Caspus cure Coughs. OMgfiv, Colds, llosnM Litis. WkospMtt Coual aaSK tlOD.SDd -h. lnclDtast t.lie, -onramiM, Eraons Is adtsnead ten or iUvsml Piipe B ro, Oi floe, 3Xis ueniUDS lr. nui Coupe Sirup ta eoV.1 erlj lii HSiai rnimiei's. snd hir ocr rceiBSNTd Trsde-Uarks to v t. iarHml l a ClrcK M- mil.-nlurMof Jo. If. ICHMI-UIOfl, ina ins A. CUmtrJC Consols ssnisMra,a, u s.ju 1 Qsafrvssasifttiz COfSS unuc: BBBshaBBBBafrTf EBW fc!L Syrup of Fln Manufactured only by the California Fig ayrup vo., aan rrancisco. Cat., la nature's only true laxative. This pleasant Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy may be bad at Dr. Casper's drug store, Sue and Si bottles. It Is the most pleasant, prompt and effect iv e remedy known to cleanse the system; to act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent ly yet thoroughly: to dlsDel headaches. colds, and fevers, and to cure con jtlpatlo , inoigesuon, ana xinarea nu. When General Phil Cook was Dresented to Miss Winnie Davis she was alluded to as the "Daughter of l.) Confederacy." The gallant general was led captive at once by her Uauty and grace, and, extending his hand, said: "Miss Winnie,! am a widower, please enroll me as a candidate for the do sltlon of son-in-law of the confederacy." This sail) met with a round of applause, and Colonel 11 irdin remarked that "there would be one source of congratulation In marrlng the daughter of thecnufederac) urn giooiu would never be botliered with htsmotlur-in-law." . orc v a. B,ood Elixir is tha only 'XVW,V'T Blood Remedy guaran. teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup t ions or Syphilitic Poisoning. It parities the whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic and .neuralgic pains. We guarantee it Frank II. Coblentz. corner Market and tllgb meets A jewelry syndicate in Paris tried to sell Jay Gould a two-million dollar diamond. Jav declined. nDMilS tXPHtSh COMrM Letter from the Assistant roreman of the Delivery Department A Miltjtet In which Thouaanda are lfplj roncerneil. AI oat live years ago I suffered from painful urli i ti .n and great pain and weakness lathe lower part of my back, pain In the limbs, bad taste In the mouth, disgust at food, and great mental and bodily depression. I live at 211 York street. Jersey City, and on arriving home one night I found a copy ot the M"i" Aimac that had been left during day 1 r-a.l the article. "Vv hat Is this Disease that IsjCoroing upon Us ?" It described my symp toms ana teellngs better than I could it I had written a whole book. My trouble wa lndeed"Ilkea thief In the night." for It had been stealing upon me unawares for years. I sent for a bottle of Shaker l.'itract of Hoots, or Selgel's syrup. and before I had taken one half of it I felt the welcome relief. la atfew brief weeks I was like my old self. I enjoyed and digested my food. My kidneys soon re covered tone and strength, and the urinary trouble vanished I was well. .Millions of people need some medicine aim- ply to act on the bowels. To them I reeom mend Shsker Extract In the strongest possible terms It If the gsntlest. pleasantest. safest and surest purgative In this world. The most delicate women andehildren may take It. One point more : I have all the more conSdenee In this medicine because It Is prepared by the Shakers. 1 may claim to be a religious man myself and I admire the Shakers far their 'eil. consistency andstrlctbuslnesstntegrlty. o uai iney make may oe trusted ny ine public, ' W. II. H.LL. For sale by all druggists and by A. J. White, A vv arren street. New York. ARE SI ILL TRIUMPHANT! For fifteen years they bavesteadlly gained In favor, and with sales constantly Increasing have become the most popular cortcttbronxti out the United States. The Q quality Is warranted to wear twlceas long as ordinary corsets. We have lately In troduced the U and K-U grades with extra long waist, and weean furnish them when preferred. Highest awards from all the world's great fairs. Tbe last medal received Is for first de cree of merit, from tbe lateexpoeitioDhsldst -sewuneans. While scores of patents have been fonnd worthless, the principles of the Ulove-flttlng hsve proved Invaluable. Retailers are authorised to refund raoney.lf, upon examination, these corsets da not prove is represented. For sale everywhere. CstaJogugefreeonap- pucation. THOXSOX, LAKHD05 CO., 5. T. S'JKF2r.E7S' Istomsxipsihlo Vstorlnar) &pscmesor ntBUS, CATTU, KOT BXt,Bt)GS,NDinT. lTsltyTJ. ft. Oorwamt. Chart on Rolara, Himpejerr'aed.CA.lssi ISL.E.T. ETJXrSBlTff wcaaatAtsa ff f SPECIFIC II. fill IaowiBnsT. The aslr i mussful issisli fct and Pnsfastlas, fcsmVisiswork er stSsr sismi 1 psrvtstseS stab sad lansvtslMSsnbsr St. w8otsSTOsvesarnerseAssstsassKtotsl ShorpWrns! BaVCkasOh- ItsessissaaWaeia rVCWST. SlWaVtsmW. VsHarBaU Clfc.atitch. golmOoa.TiiiBli1torHip.ldnyr lSbetlona,Sci ChrtorpaUn biKiT paartoaaa or dtep eisd, qniokly go wlwn afiralMtff U appUad. Trpared from Wtagoaajr WVUtk. Hops. AotainilntiyeeitrMsiQleklir. n?" loappix "joio or oracrv ana oonni C3 eta .flltar $lJOO.JuIlA tor prlaa. tax. 2iUr MUAMZMJl OOW aVOKOB. Hop Plaster IF YOU HAVE MALARIA OR. PILES, HICK BEABACHE. W?',cf; TME BOWEL, SOIIB RTOXACHssd BELCHIiia j ir yr r eles nt as atmllat aaa ya by a appetite. Tint's Pills wlllear these treaties. Try ," you have methltts; lose, -tt will falsi Mlgoroukidr. Prlee939e.perae.. Sold Everywhere. ai Ult" triaj -a-s ssj tit. r ul tiul c1a - rciuiic an 1 ha k kVliuwvt lUUecibal !. th.B, .LRri.vnR03. "aJta,'lf 6 bwtm 4 favor die iHthkln. nJ J r n aVUKMsT (( Ie ttdsX Wfc- CtaVCsl (e c ldnra A.i. b IITH U-alt r! p Suidhrn-fcTsu. nfaw avaa-s.. - B BBBaegB.rsl mn.T -aS-Bj tbi. atsase puriMs, CCUOS? yjswaaa-JtMBBBBBBBBa'-' js-sj-.4 iraaawm, Wlwm tHSBlSSWBWSi --.. Itfinna.. mlliL. ihln. .mmbjC mM UfCBAnVB WKASXBSS. ehh tjn:r-. .Trrrr rsrr:vs l.'- t wijanfc,Hy?"?i j ""V "w mtt w .m. tlwlss tmptoweiottT sft etstr Wlu. V Bssntvcsisdlauutsmosllia. anlei fasiskMes. sat sAHUt tUCIRIC CtVIZZ BaUSWtr.Rr TI mi! ill And uit what they need A FULLLT mi F.INSTALMINT GOODS sold only ft OF tbe iNStTBLl .aiEnT I HADE, oy BCdnsstng iTOuLass' Icmi Co. Kris, ra iMOAlMtm WF1K FII-2S"- .Iff Klllm Maslll smTasHtyi LssSMsa. SSj -B-BB-WJI W TO U-T1 V JvOsrmeCsMtl ih KmW Strwurr OnciaoAtljCHnl gwi rr yiMiaimi mmw,4jkjmtmmfwm mmmmm At. I sfC-"'"""yWB.sBBBas,BSJB .- ttwrvixsnttzaG;imZBD m POWDER Absolutely Pure. I his pow lr never varies A marvel of pu- I ty. si reiig' h anit wholesumeness More eco iwpleiith the ordinary kind, and cannot wsoM In competition with the multltute ot i w tesr. short weight, alum or phosphate w1-rs .'oil only In cans lt..vL Uawinu Pownts Co . 106 all street. New utk An Ordinance To vacate a cert tin alley therein decrlbed. Whereas. Samuel A. llmmur,. As s lin.h nell and Charles M Clark, persons owning firoperty in the nmiis.te vicinity of the u I ey hereinafter il eri rt.lMvellleil a petition I wlh Council, j t , fi t Iit alley may be I imm-u, ui iim o a n in nrijeroi wnicn petition due not, e, n. i i "Wen by publics Mon for six cnnseeuui o s. tlie date of said last publication being wltitn the three months last past. And VV hereas. said ntltlon h4sheen hearil and council being satistled thit there Is good cause for said vacation, and that It will not be ufuwnenuiioinegeiieral Interest.and that the aame should be mde. therrfure &crius 1 riett ordained by the ("nurcll of, the City of sprliicfteld. Ohio. TtMt the alley In the rear of lot Nos II. 11 and 11. Iu Milium andtl s ioos'saddltlon to said elty.be and, the same Is hereby vacated, l'rovl ted bow evrr.th&t the passive of this nrdlnineels conditioned upon the eradlng and graveling ' of the alley running south from High street to' Mound street, and being the first alley east of the alley herein vacated, so as to conform to) the grade of the alley deeded to the city In t lieu of the alleyhereln vacated Sac 2 This ordinance shall take effect from and after its legal publication. Passed by council December 6th. D lUiT, E.T. IHOUAfr. Attest- President. J. 3. tStiiWAt wa. City Clerk. Mm Sterifrs Sale. Dl'R'h" VST to the command of a vendl ex- X DonUS. Issued from the iolir nf fnmni, pleas of Clark county. Onto, in I to uie direct edasd delivered, I will offer for sale at public suction at the south door uf the court house St sals county. In the city of Springfield. Ohio. on .Saturday, December .tt, A. I). I SIT, At I o'clock p m premises. toHlt: , the following desrrioed As th property of J-vuie-i Htz Harris, situate In the County of Clark. Mate of Ohio, and In theCltyof f-priEk.field,.ind houudrd snd described as follows, vlt: Uelng IotsNos tut: and toil, as the same are numbered and designated on the plat of Ldnardavllle No 2. as laid out tnaddlilou to said city of Spring field, by Lllzabeth K. .Mc.Nully and J Hack HcNally. which plat is recorded in volumes, page 10. of the record of plats of Clark county. Ohio ald above premises to be sold by order of the court of common pleas of lark county. Ohto.ln the cise of Vlfred KalTeas pergcr. plalntlS. and James Htz Harris et al . are defendants. sajj premise, appraised as follows r.t M42. at TH) Lottot'.tt tjn .vAuiSoA Sale Cash UILLMM 1! BVKER. bheriff of Clark County, Ohio 0 " Taocr Attorney. 3S3o mmm Cures4RemoYesB iani bunouiT.. Bee SttncSff Moa qulto and All Insect Cites rniruii, elotcuhl Huricss, Elrtli-ciark, anJ CTcrr lon of kin LlesiltLrCs. pOdatlTeir ccrtd on tho xKx.t doJcsCO akin K wiuou lewvif m Bern-, ej Hop Q1 ti rTQ.en.t Triao 3cts tOcU. and fl. TtaVBOBPQlXBi.Yg'COyZsew London.Coun.il At exucua or 07 nan. turn Np n 1 u ior sc.-i?si3cngyt oj yeinim. maaoaaMizjtaaojiBAVKTioeiviL. kc. ToThK-lmhy all Sprincfllf1 Irrt.csfl. DRUNKENNESS Or lae I.lsasr IfsSlt. ronlilYcly Cnrrd ky Adailal.terinc Dr. liaises Gsldea syeciSc. It can tw Riven in a cup of coffee or tea without the knowledge ot the persou taklui It; is absolutely harmless, anl will edecta permanent and speedy cure, hether the ta tlent Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands o( drunkard, have been made temperate men who have taken (loldtt Specific In their cottee without thelrknov.1 edce, and today believe they quit ddntlncol their own freewill It never falls Thesjs temoace Impregnated with the SpeclSr.il becomes an utter lmpostibllit) torthi liguoi appetltetoeiiit. i or sale by Dr. T J Iss per. least Vain street, and Theo Trout e. Vain and Msrketsre t. pflPsSi ! 0. M(C80BE KILLER! Is now the rase In to.tln.Trv. Mr.lttil-ttn Vu.seryman. ustin, Texas, Is the Inventor He Cures Kvery tiseie thit dmtors havi tilled to cuie. Over Vi p"r.ics In ,md arounT ustln arenow uslrc It endf,rclrcu'ar ot his treatment showlne .worn statements and testimonials of cures made Addrrss wm. RAD4M-1. viirumit Kintn, AUSTIN, T1-VIS. rrr ASTED-LADI r h for our 1-all and Christ II mas trade, to takellzhl.pleassnt work.ii their own homes SI to S3 per day can be qui etlymsde. Work seLt by mill any distance Particulars free o canvassing Address at "nce.CBEsCENT ART CO , It: Milk Street Boston. Msss Hot 5170 $j a Uay-M uoiu ftiine or Agents OrandestMmiej vtnMncim- esueveroflered. A cnlden harvest for th leit Two Mouths Bin fee siu.itliaud ei nses to active men to sell nur jco"ds apital Keqturrii Xo uediMlrc stmpb csseof Koods and valuable Inf umvtlon and full particulars IKKK. huii.lnic: r mean Just what we say Address it once Mtanilant Silverware Co lti.ttD. Mass. BRIGHTINE A sjevjv itewrnT, rosinv e IKE FOB Correspondence DIABETES, BBIUIITS ' sollcted. valuable Intormatlon free. Usual discount to IlKIVIITS trade liseae and kindred ailments WM. T. I.INDI.E1 A CO . SIS La Salle Bin. t. - . thleaa-o, II For sale by Lord, Owen & Co, Whole sale DniKiciits, Chiiago. MARLIN REPEATING RIFLE RKT IM TUI rSS.CTSS)K WORLD! luttlrsaTs Mad. In all aiaes f rlvr.Mtii4iIc.ir-. BALLARD Sailer. llBntUar b4 larttt RI MmrUm Fir IimiCq., w IIbtcb, Vt- . ka.Bi far lIlBalratrei 4 BtBlBarv. LYON&HEALY 8ts.t & Monmoc St . Cmicaoo. rii avaaii. srvsy, nww wssj atarsrsivs a sUasVUOfns ! Bft4 IMtraBMnU, sjaBarasi aaa. ucvpoMaia. bw j riast UlMtnUSfM WrUfl ers7 ff rtfeas rwJkl b HwtM r Dran 1 Cesffa Uclnasac RPirC Ma- ssBjala irmiaaiBrB.eif. Caalaina iBstrarttooa fa -aaWtBT sBkatfa. kleVtM ftftsl SctJ, a iBA-lk-a, vy-Laa I erf fieuvl llwte. WEAK MEN titrtiir Trofn -i s . r r.i ! III. Lak s I ,. Dsferllssm rtctre.rjiivi el I Mi. aja, ? aiAHSTON T k fsa-esi rrexvs. ghnttli DsssraB rte..rNtilitnffricitn Iiflitsmrlkmenr snCfaas. asearesal sltS Mi. ajaeh ltlisst,.tr tlW OR EAT aiAHSTON TltKATMK.". r Mel el aali s.l lrr. ShiwtM lat tAi Lv athifl MitaltMVd I. MADE STRONG th lUuJt of tlstfrtsoiss, BaB-Rmtsa 'ith InfnrTraAllnn of thIrb ta all mm- MARSTONRE MEDYCO l9ParkPUc.NewYaf Tse Crrst lsii.a t-reMrlatlea uures 11 coxneta. i-permatoThea, Emission Ihtiioteucu aud all Ilia- eases caursd by pelf abuse or in caseretion. One naekair (1. air .v BBroaa By mail Write for Pamphlet. Urrxa atanka CkeaUeal Co., Betrlt, laUea, ObIIob orsddretslbeo. Tronpe.drnrrlit. avainaaa auresi itrests, apnacfsw NSABSai. HfPn I J Y VBBBBsa Smcrior Street, watt to Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood booses wecswjsfaUr treated apoa ' The Latest Scientific Principles. Dr. Albert jsi attained the aaoe woskderfal aneceM In tbe treatBSent of tne Caere to wblek ka devrofea Bia special attentions and tkrosash years of patient lakor and re search be aaa SlUcoTereal th mml Infallible metbod oTcarlnc general wafcniae, iBTolantary discharge, laupotcacy, erron. ness, confusion of Ideas palpit ation of tbe heart. Untidily, diseases of tbe throat, aoae and skin. aaTfectlone of tbe liver, stomach and bowels these ter rible disorders that awake life a miserable existence and reader Ins; auuTlase Impossible. Marriage. married persons oryonncmea contemplating marriage, aware or Physical Weakness or any other dlsqaalMeatlons speedily relieved. lie who places himself Oder th care of Bat. ALBERT may eonfld la his hoaor as a gentleman, and eonOdently rtij opoa his skill as a physician. u li ii n CO tV9 jl. crcneie v" - Persoas Balnea .a Health b- Health by Paloarasd ryeeeadera who keep Trlfllaa i i alter Month, clrlns; relaoaoas and lnjurloaa mpoaads, sboald Apply Immediately. them aioath Col RFHlHKlRI F PIIQFC Perfected in ntmiinniinLC UUnt.0 treated. No espren, but where possible personal eopralUrlon r- CGBABLE CUES CAkiSTEU. Aldnta with festsre, re-Cases and eorrespoadeaee Wscredly any part of I r th Vailed States. prop, ecuiuai nscrrniroV ARRI3' wbRsmrtb moilUXOas U.ll IIX.. t .". ."...T A iUJIcalCc-jforNerrocsDcbilitr. V uiness jia iPhl cl ycx. it Voc cio ar-itllra. Tte-t firicstTesri la 1 CBS U2C7 nnts dm '-I f-ltl Sr.ntvfi.MM.. T, - - - - fc ... .,iJr v, o-x er too freo Iodolrrac-. ws Bftk thst ISO and cs I2?mn -1th rnlntifiit of TwrtKnMs.t3lfBn. v"ik?AnK Ifriss-h I'Josfd l-smfslstes. JJL. 2H.cjwhoiasuuKutalitnsiBwsH L--BtSCHWer3tlM&orMlLablll-hbv wtmmnt RUPTURED FCaSOMS ctora&TrlrtFiil PETROLEUM V. NASBY aav. "Intiinit aruuaintance .with a tru frieiid ahvavi lucreases our lespeckt fur mat iriemi." 1 1 ii U the reason why Synvita Blocks continue to make frientls as their virtues become bttter known. Cleriryraen, publ c speakers ami people in all the avenues of life are a unit in their praise of that won derful new reaietl. bin vita Cough Illocks. They are warranted to cure Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Tickling in the 1 hroat, hore Throat and Croup ; '.15 doses, i"c, iiundreds bear testimony to the re maiktbl) cure of Uiarrhiea. Dysentery, Fiux. Cholera Infantum, or Summer Com plaint and Cholera Morbus, effected by Sjnvita Blackberrj Blocks, 23 dines, 25c. Ve have "stacks of testimonials from mothers, who, after doling their children with strong medicines for other supposed diseases, hav e completely eurrd them by using a j n vita Worm Blocks ; 25 doses, 23c After jou have tiled all the high-priced bottle remedies aud hav e found no relief. bJj a packate of hjnvita Kidney, Blood anil I.iver Blocks and be cured ; 50 doses, 50c If jou want the finest tonic Hitters in the market, buj a package of Sjnvita Bit ter Blocks for 25c, and make K to 1 gallon pure tonic bitters. All these remedies only lc a dose. Xo box. no teaspoon, no sticky bottle Put up in patent pat kages. Warranted to cure or money aefumleil. Sold bj druggists every where (let a checker board of your dealer free. Semi j our address on a postal card for a copj of "The Synvita Block," which contain a history of diseases and cures, or si ml lc stamp for sample of Cough Block and a copy of The Sjnvita Block. Address, 1 1 if M v ita Co., 1xk Box 290, Delpbos. Ohio. JT 'Judicious Aovtsnsmo isthc , KlYSTONC TO SUCCISS.- AoviRTisinal I CltCTSOTVKRS. consistent wrth 1 - 60L HXDAL, PABI3. 187t BAKER'S G Warranted abtatutilg sin Cocoa, from which the ciceu ol Oil has been removed. It has (Serf Umit tkt ttrrxflA ol Cocoa mils' wUh Btareh, Arrowroot or Sugar and Is therefore far more evonomi. cal. totting U CAas ont etnt a rsi It la deucloua, DounaDme. trenythentng, easily dlgecteti, and aJmlraUy adapted tor Invalid, as well as for persons 'j health. Sell ky Crecerm everywaers. I MM & CO., Oorchester, las. ITAGENTS sHi MISSOURI STEAM WASHER. To men aaa women of o -rBT and ai il.17. Mekina pro&Ublmpis)jmatJits -rl terma will b firD. ThelaAhrworaJOrj apo-f prinirle which la har aUidclotMncenorfflooilj. sample nt on two weeks trial, on liberal terme. to be r. iurnea at my flioensa ir not satiafactorve riirnam as . aa. 11... -. -z : - $600to$2.000 1 rear 1 Ltnnf mvt b" coacsHent. mhiftv Irid4s-svs.ina ansavnfst jntnnsto lent maciae it a rhenomisal snecsss eTorrhftsi 211n.ra.MlctrcQtaraaad ttnufna J.WORTH SCUM'Pl.maF'NCllNSvc ST.Ul'O.lra. (WmttrtoUimitWiitHymHrtkrtrmwMimmttrll lha,nmttmt, Askbrx-wUmina)asaafraaXrJ tflXDeittr. FREE TO ALL. Hi zt page Magnetic Journal, tbe largest lit the world, will be nailed free to any address, or can be obtained by calling at my office. Journal contains hundreds of letters from pay tlenta that I bave cared. Send .me name snd address on nostal srt rfjw M4. U.t .r. tick mmS I ill naU tftna lisrssl Chw. I usal .as .sr. n dl. n. Csu.lutMa nss, oma, sis w. rotraTH er- cmcurxAn; o. PFNNlltOVAL WA! , succeasfuJy ued rooDthly by over 10,00 sales. Are .sac jjscvsaiesa eummi IperboxbymalLoratilliaasa's aVJttlsa tirf inilnrs t rnaass -.- - Address l Xbbsxa Canmi. Ox, DaaaBsBraa ForlsaJebyrraaliB. CsHssu baas at Csv rfSiTl'i. Rift I Mm 9 '! illjIJJi f'V'' ataf S'JS?'' saVsS fTSis 'Baapv iafB'isty'isaaB- bbbbbV aaWaPmai Ba Elk BakkaasACs. I swflaamBaswsaaswewassswasssasssasw , SJStt Postoffice. Clevelaia 0. Organal Weakness lately eared andfaUvrtestT rseluiudi ThUdUtrraslaxaatU- Which renders We a bnrdca ad amarrlaxe Impossible Is lb asiaalrr paid by the srtetlas af Isapmdence. Consalt BB. A BKBX at onee and yoa will Bad tha sympathy and relteT that yoa oIUvely require. Nervous Debility. irere from this eUstresBtaaT disorder, the symptoau oTwhlea are a dnll and unsettled mine, 4 which anau them for th r- - fbrnaaace of their Business aast" esrlsl duties, makes bapfsy asarrlages Impossible, dlstrei es th aetloa of the heart, canaea ansae Thgt,evU forebodlaaw, cwardie,drramshort breath ings. Urine easily or company, with a prefreenre to be aleae, feeling; as UrtA In the i-mlng as on reUrtng, white deposit ha arlne, acrvoasnes, Irrsskllnsii watery and weak eyre, dyspep sia, constipation, pain and weakness la limbs, etc., sboald easalt BB. ALBERT lmmedt ateiy and be restored to- health. ajKie - nsrTEiD - . eld esses which have been EIrtrf or nnjifflfuHy znenmveau or fadarts. Fames treated by nail or ConadenUal. Treauaaa C.B.1 J roTttus trotsvks, ssd ell Qnsrka. SgSaffiaSaWaftsff bssUFUoi?caaaj.ikMM mtmm nil aWJaobon to . -TT If iDCrraTWnatFiCflixl nnsrssr- rHE2 matinCate medxxl rrir-rlpfr Brdws piKUUlaV IDs Bfat O I CrtAW ft PBtSt niiMitnutiI rj-jy T1iiiil.nl TlrfthB lamrri nnrar mi if i Tsam ZZ -j-"--nssuaaygr.r'OBraHBaiB TaTATaOT.CiJltea.C. Tn aaf.flL Xatta, V HAMHS REMEDY CO.. m i mJ- s".wiastress,Bx.lAraXB.BO. RAILROAD TIME CARD. Pltubors. Cincinnati and St. Loots Ball. jj" Company Pan Uandle Kunts. Voder schedule In effect .November 13, 1837, trains leare bpriutneld. central staosl- aru time, for Xeuia, Dayton, KlchniOBd," St. Louis, Chicago, and all points weot aaa northwest. Cincinnati, Columbus and east ward 6.30 a. m., for Xenia. Dajton, ICIeb mond and Indianapolis f 10:20 a. m., for Xenia, Dayton, Cincinnati, Columbus, In dianapolis. St. Louis and Chicago 3.30 p. m., for Xenia, Davton and Cincinnati fi.-OO p. m. Trains arrive in Springfield at f7:25 sad 10.-2U a. in.. t'--40 p. m. and f530 p. m. Dally. fDaily except Sunday. Sam Dodds. Ticket Agent: rseeslBB. Ostaaikas, Claelaaatl aasa laaiaaapnlls aailway. Mini BaST. S H ht Ixprtss ,,L30sav U Maw Tors A Boston Kipres, yJusm I CI Ireland Jt aaatera Kimsi itl pas t Hew York UttltedaUpress "iAbwm eoisto socts. HUht Xxpress iX C Spc , Cln. A V, es. Kx .oto t v.in. lying BccKeye .iJoaa Cincinnati A Indianapolis Express-lLIWaal 3 Cleveland Cincinnati Lxprci 3 IJtinss JS ?oulh A VV est Lxpicis 4 W not 5 ClntL.imL.bt. Louis x Kan. Kx lit ta aibivi rtoit just. v Mgatfcxpress- 1 CIu ililnif Buckeve 72&aa 4 Clevelan Jt Clnclnnatt tipies? inpm Aewiork.ilostonCtncicnatthx.N'ZSpai ABUVS raoif eouTfi. I -Sight txpnaa L2Sani U Dartba.MprtngSeldAccom.fr't . 8A&1 i .sew ton A Boston ucuted- -Jiai .1.40 pa Jt Cincinnati A sprlnglleld Accorn. a cievetatia m jtasieru anress s Ctnetnnatt Abcnngtlela Accom 5j5db . , II New tort Limited zxpresa 'lu OS ess na.uaainrougni9ecerstoaew loraaoA Boston wltboat chance. Mo. I Is tbs famous limited express, its BjSea entirely of sleepers, east of Cleveland Throegn sleepers from Springfield. Hakes X acra is H hoars ana Boston in 2sH mors. S. B-KMUHT. U. n. tl.as AeDt. D. B. MARTIN, Aresne trepot. S. Y. A. Sorimtfeld, 0 V. trssa.s Ohio anil Krie Jaoats. All trains mn on Central time 25 mlaBtaa slower than city time. reaiss txavs goiso aarr. No. No. No. 1. New York Limited, dally 10J3a.. 2. Accom . dally 3 vt p. a. a-jew lorg iasti.xpresstfjjp.Bt. rSAIXS UUVE CvlSO WEST. 3. Cln. Jt bt. Louis fau. dally iio a. a. 1. Accom, dally lo 10a.. 5. bt. Louis Ex.. dally. . ItSn.i No. 5 hs inrotn steecers to si. iiiua o 4 runs through to iew oik solid. ?io ctasge ot cars for any class ot pa.ssent.crs. ' Free hack to trains to an points east of, aaC Including north Lesrisburc. For tickets to all points and farther Inf or Btatlon.cxllon J. D. fanbia. Age2t,72 Arcade. Telephone calUlO. Indlaaa, Blosnslngton and Western Itall. way. aaarvs yxos soeth. 1 Cincinnati Express- . 'UOsi . J5ai 5 Sandusky and bprtngBeld 1 3 Columbus Mail 1JUBJ Aiaivx raus xist. 1 Night Express 5 Chicago. St. L. A kan. City Urn. 7 as nausxyjiaii 3 Chicago, tt. L. A Kan. City Lx aiaivx raos wxst. I Kastern Express , ,, , , . 230ara . "Jotm I Atlantic Mali- 6 New Xork Limited- I3PB -2am neeAKT onisn sna-ra 1 2 Lakeside ExDres .... 4 rut-ln-bay txoress- . lo,Yam . 6uspra & bprlnsaela snd Sandusky Ex DxriaT eorve xist. 2 Columbus Express Atlantic Jiaii- I Columbus Accommodation 6 New York Limited Dxrasr GO. so Bt. i -Mint xpress- 205am fit-am SlJpra S Chicago. St. L. A Kan. City llm 3 Cbleaco. -Jt. L. A Kan. City Lx. Ohio Southern Railroad. aitivc raos sotrru. 3 Balnbrtdre Accommodation 1 Mall anl Express Dinar ooisa sorts. 940am 415 pm 2 Mall and Express- .lOSSaa 4 Balnbridse Accommodation- K2DDI All trains marked run daily. all others dalls except Sunday, standard time, which Is M minutes slower than Snr nneid city time. Wll. IIEFFEBVAN. D. H. ROCHE. Ticket Agent. ileneral Ageat- TAKING a cm riciiBCkikuu a raannwnri saaysss worn DY8PEPSIA And as ktsdrsd alTsiists Iaalseatlsa. Casw stlssllss sjss BIHsssaras, ACAIttC a A NJlfviOBTAaLaf TONIC, sleas. an ta taste, MILDLY STIMUkATINO DSteamwaasrauali. 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