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GLOBE REPUBLIC TUESDAY EYESfETO, JAUTTAKY 20, 1886
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January 19, issi.
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Mean leuiperalure.4.4 soots tent. Temperature
of same date in ISM. 20' aboie. Temperature ot
mm -Kt. Id 13, 31- above. temperature ol sainf
date In 1V. 29.
Mr. Louis V. Denis, of Cleveland, is at the
Mr. H. I.. UhHnman, ol Jackson, Ohio, is
registered at the Arcade.
Mr. Neil C. Kerr, traveling agent of the Q.
& C. Route, ol Cincinnati, is at tbe Arcade.
Messrs. U. V. Owen and O. D. Klinefelter,
of York, Pa., are the guests of Sheriff linker.
Messrs. Iey and Abe Jsorg&nroth, aud sif
ter. Miss Sarah, ol Itellefontaine, were in the
city yesterday and attended tbe Acme Club
ball last evening.
Some strong business men, with plenty ot
capital, are coming here from abroad to com
mence operations. Full particulars will be
giren iu due time.
Tbe First National Bank room is now one
o! the finest in the city; indeed it would be
difficult to find one in any city that is hand
somer or better adapted to its purpcse.
The text ot Rev. Dr. Leonard's sermon
Sabbath evening was Matthew, twentieth
chaj.ter, first and seventh verses, instead of
twenty-first chapter and seventh verse, as
stated last night.
The attraction at the rkating rink this
evening will be the ladies' contest, the prize
being an elegant pair of nickle-plated roller
skates. Quite a number have signified tbeir
intention of entering, and tbe contest will
doubtless be an interesting one.
The ball and reception given Hst evening
by the Acme Club in honor of Mr. Jonas
Fox, of Richmond, Indiana, was an elegant
affair. A large number of guests were pres
ent, and the evening was an enjoyable one.
Mr. Fox left to-day at noon lor his home.
Urbana Daily Citiien: "Rev. F. G. Mitchell,
of Urbana, has been elected Chaplain of the
Ohio National Guard Association. Tbe elec
tion of Rev. Mr. Mitchell to that place ia a
good one, and tbe Association will find in
him a true Christian and a social gentle
man." The original Five-and-Fortv Blackbirds
held another rehearsal last night. They
have got everything down fine, and the show
next Friday evening will be funnier than any
minstrel company on the road. Tbe tickets
are going off at a lively rate, bat there are
good seatt left, which should be secured at
A stranger had a narrow escape at the I.,
I). & W. depot in Urbana, Monday morning.
lie was trying to catch tbe 7 o'clock train
south, but was late, and in his hurry to catch
tbe train as it was pulling out, he slipped
and fell, but by a mere accident the car
wheels struck his legs and threw him around
on the plallorm. It was a narrow escape.
At 7:30 Inst evening, time for the School
Board to get down to business in regular ses
sion, there were present President Hotchkiss,
Messrs. Lorenz, Shewalter, Warren, Kelly,
Martindell, Burns t-nd Butler, eight; no
quorum. After waiting halt an hour the
President declared an adjournment. The
most important matter to have come up was
the passage ol the monthly pay roll of
teachers and janitors, this being the last regu
lar meeting of tbe month. It is likely a
special session will be called to attend to this.
Building Association Matters.
At the weekly meeting of the Building
and Loan Association last evening, fifteen
shares of stock additional were subscribed
for. The new board of trustees met, with
six members present, including the newly
elected member, Theo. Troupe, who was
qualified. Tbe board organized by electing
the following officers: President, Wm. M.
Rockel, Esq.; Vice President, Andrew Bur
nett. The Secretary, C. M. King, and Treas
urer, John M. Winger, were elected two
weeks ago, at the annual meeting of stock
holders. The following committees were appointed
by the Trustees for the present year:
On Securities C. H. Pierce, P. J. Cole,
Auditing Committee AV. A. Martin, Harry
S. Folger, J. W. Goodfellow.
Persons desiring to subscribe for shares of
stock can do so at any time by applying at
Secretary King's office in Fried's building.
A ltural Surprise.
On January 13, 1885, guests numbering
about sixty assembled at the borne of Mr.
Alex Baker and wife, situated three miles
west ol New Moorefield, for tl e purpose ot
surprising and welcoming home their band
some and accomplished son and daughter,
who have just returned borne from an exten
sive tour through some of the eastern cities.
Never was a surprise more complete or fol
lowed by a more pleasant evening than that.
Their young associates were more than
pleased to welcome back to tbeir midst tbe
vounir friends whom they parted from in
what appeared the indefinite past, and whom
they missed so much from all social enjoy
ments ; and the wanderers appeared equally
pleased to be permitted to be with tbeir old
acquaintances, and to enjoy tbe sweet social
intercourse they were accustomed to enjoy in
days ot yore. Many thanks are due the ami
able host and hostess for entertaining the as
sembly so royally. The guests departed at a
late hour wishing tbeir young friends many
pleasures in the New Year, which has com
menced its reign so pleasantly for tbem.
"Adarnless Eden" at the Grand to-nigbt,
introducing 27 female artists. The first part
of the performance will be ejiecialty business,
and the closing piece tbe burlesque opera
"An Adamless Eden."
The inimitable aud popular Pat Rooney
with his New York Star Combination will
appear at tbe Urand next Thursday evening.
Of their jrformaoc in Cincinnati, tbe En
quirer says: The well-known Irish come
dian, Pat Rooney, must certainly be popular
with lovers of tbe variety stage, as his aji
pearance last night was tbe magnet that filled
the house as comuactlr as it was ever
before, and the standing room
niirn was bun? out belore eight o'clock. The
show proved to be tbe best one that Mr.
Rooney has ever brought out this way.
Persons desiring to reseive seats tor the
S-and-40 Blackbirds entertainment, to be
held next Friday evening, should not forget
tbe auction sale for choice of reserves at the
4 8 W
10 s w
2 S W
Grand Opera House Wednesday morning,
January 21, at 10 o'clock. The auction will
proceed as long as any pi ice whatever is bid
for choice of seats. Alter the bidding is con
cluded tbose persons present at the opera
house who have tickets can reserve 'Jlrnir
seats without extra charge. The box office
tor further reserves will then be open at Car
ter's till tbe evening ol the entertainment.
The programme for the Blackbirds' enter
tainment, which has been published, is a suf
ficient guarantee that a rare treat is in store
for those who attend. Among the perform
ers ill be some new voices never before
heard in public in this city. The music and
and humorous features are also new and at
tractive, and tkere is every indication of a
packed house and elegant entertainment.
Our Minds Tree mill ktrert Lump.
To the Editor of tha Ulobe-Kepubllc:
Although beauty and cujilort are not al
ways associated together, yet in the arrange
ment and improvement of cities these two
things may be made to harmonize. Springfield
abounds in shade trees, many of which are
as handsome as our taste may be demand.
The purpose of these is to aQord shade dur
ing tbe warm season, as well as to beautlly
aud adorn our homes, relieve the eye and
gratily tbe taste ; a id they should be trimmed
so as to accomplish these ends. In doing
this, care should be taken to prevent the fo
liage from unnecessary interference with tbe
proper diffusion ot the light so bountifully
provided by our city authorities, in the sup
ply of street lamps. To afford sufficient light
along the pathway of travelers on tbe side
walks, our shade trees along the streets should
be trimmed up to a higbt of eighteen or
twenty feet above the curbstone. Such
trimming ot the lower limbs would not mar
the beauty ot the trees, but would give a
stateliness to their appearance, not only bcau-
tilal in itself, but it would allow each street
lamp to perform lull duty in scattering its
rays and illuminating the pathways. No
branches should, at any time, fall below the
top of the highest lamp-post.
Anyone passing, after dark, in midsummer,
along South Limestone, West Columbia,
South Center, or other streets which might
be named, may notice the darkness occa
sioned by too much thade.
This want of light may be overcome by a
thorough trimming ol the lower limbs ol the
The winter, no less than tbe summer, de
mands a remi-d,- in this regard. To bs
satisfied of this statement we have only to
notice the condition of our sidewalks alter
the trees have been coated with ice, which
often happens during the winter.
The ice bends downs tbe branches o?er tbe
walks, until tbe comtort of passerasby is dis
turbed by frequent contact with the obstruc
tions. Much ot this inconvenience may be
avoided. Let every person trim the tries, as
suggested above, in front of bis own home,
and tbe result will be cheaply and easily ac
complished. When March comes who will
set tbe example, and show how beauty and
comfort may be made to harmonize, and how
light and shade may contribute to tbe happi
ness of our citizens?
Springfield with its water works, sewers,
railroads, manufactures, improved side-walks
smooth and well lighted streets, street rail
ways, educational advantages, and its intelli
gent population cannot be surpassed by any
city ot its size in the State. Let every man
do what he can to make Springfield more de
lightful. A ClTlZIN.
TUB JtUK.M FESTIVAL.
ProKf-amuie of Exercise for (lie An
aary Xext Monday Evenluc
At the meeting last evening in Jardine's
sajre the committees reported final arrange
ments for the Burns anniversary festival
Monday evening, January 26, at which indi
cations are about one hundred of tbe Scottish
citizens of Springfield and their gucs's will be
present. The banquet will be spread in the
dining ball of tbe St. James hotel and the
company will march in from tbe reception
rooms at 8:30 p. m. to "Tbe Campbells are
Coming," by Foreman's orchestra. After
supper tbe following literary and musical
programme will be introduced :
Recitation "Address to tbe Haggis," by
Address By tbe Chairman, W. D. Cam
eron. Song "There was a Lad," James Mc
Cutcheon. Song "Scotland Yet," Mrs. W. Shaw.
Instrumental "Crown ot Gold," Fore
Recitation "Wild Rose o' Alloway," Jas.
Song "Robin Adair," Rolert Jardine.
Song "Corn Riggs." Alex. McCutcheon.
Toast "The Day We Celebrate," R. Jar
dine. Song "Jolly Beggars," Jas. McCutcheon.
Song "The Hielands," Prim. Harley.
Instrumental "Remembrance of Lucerne,"
Recitation "Burns'Epistle to Will Simp
son," A. Dobbie.
Song "Flower of Dumblane," R. Jardine.
Song "Lang, Lang Syne," A. McCutch
eon. Toast "Our Guests," Bruce Moffat.
Song "Cam' oor guid man at e'en," Jas.
Song "Flora McDonald's lament," Mrs.
Instrumental "The Tourists," orchestra.
Recitation "Man as made to mourn,"
Trio "Willie brewed a peck o' maut,"
Mrs. J. McCutcheon, A. McCutcheon and R.
Finale "Auld Lang Syne," by the com
pany. At the conclusion of this programme tbe
floors will be cleared tor dancing, to the
measures of Foreman's orchestra. Tbe bill .
of fare for the supper and programme of ex
ercises will be printed on one sheet.
Tbe Citizens' Street Ilnilruitd Company.
The stockholders of the Citizens' Street
Railroad Company held tbe annual meeting
yesterday afternoon in the parlor of the
Springfield National Bank, on West Main
street. The following named directors were
elected for the next year: B. II. Warder, A.
S. Bushnell, Ross Mitchell, W. A. Scott and
D. W. Stroud. The directors organized by
choosing D. W. Stroud president, A. S. Bush
nell vice pre5ident, Ross Mitchell treasurer,
and F. S. IVnfield secretary. The report of
the treasurer for the past year made a favora
ble showing of the company's finances, con
sidering the many improvements and exten
sions made during tbe year. Upon it the
directors declared a four per cent, dividend.
The patronage of the several lines continues
good, that of tbe new line to Lagonda fully
answering expectations and its patronage
being heavy trom tbe start. With the toll
gate, a relic ot bygone days, removed,
gas lamps, water works and a
street railway putting tbem into
communication with the center of business
at any moment. Precinct B people realize
that they are indeed within city limits, part
and parcel of the corporation.
The directors yesterday discussed the pro
ject of a new North Side line, in addition to
the proposed Plum street line, which last
will be built to tbe gates of Ferncliff cemetery
1 with the ojwning ot spring. No definite ac-
tion was taken at tms time, out anotner
meeting will be held shortly to consider the
The genial correspondent of the Cincinnati
Gazette, Mr. Robert D. Brain, is fitting up bis
house on East street preparatory to entering
j tha holy bonds ot matrimony. O. S. Journal.
XBJS JZEVUIlLICAX CLUB.
Meeting of Trustees 1'ropoaeif Change of
Name Constitution and Jiy-Laws Busi
There was a moderate attendance, outside
the board ol trustees, of memliers of the Re
publican Club at the meetine in Secretary
Goodwin's office last evening. President Foos
in the chair, J. P. Goodwin secretary. A. S.
Bushnell presented a resolution providing
for a change ot name of the corporation to
the "Lincoln Club, of Springfield, Ohio," and
the secretary was instructed to proceed, ac
cording to law, to file a petition in Common
Pleas court of this county for such change of
Tbe Secretary and Treasurer were author
ized to procure such books and stationery as
A. S. Bushnell and J. L. Kidder were ap
pointed a committee to look up rooms for
permanent club headquarters and place of
meeting. The old Masonic Hall, on Market
street, is talked of as one location and tbe
hall, third story of Bacon's building, over gas
office, is another.
P. M. Cartmell, Secretary of the club, was
instructed to notity all Republicans that tbe
book containing the constitution and roll of
members is In his bands and that signatures
will now be received.
T" constitution, aj adopted, fixes the
name of the organization and defines its ob
jects to be harmony and united action in car
rying out and promulgating principles of tbe
Republican party. Files officers, defines
tbeir duties; also duties and powers of trus
tees; time and manner of election, etc.
Members of tbe club must be qualified voters
ot Clark county and declared supporters of
the Republican party. Honorary members
pay $50 to the club, have some privileges of
regular members and pay no dues. The reg
ular initiation fee is $5 and annual dues $4.
Applications for membership must be filed by
a member in good standing and the candidate
is ba.loted on, three adverse votes barring
the applicant. No member is allowed to
solicit money or gift irom any candidate
on pain of expulsion for violation. Members
have lull liberty to support any Republican
tor nomination to any office, but must not
solicit united action for any candidate for
nomination, and it is made an offense pun
ishable by expulsion to refuse to support reg
ular Republican nominees for National, State,
county, or municipal officers. The treasurer
of the beard ot trustees gives bond in $1,000
The by-laws fix the regular meetings of the
club tor tbe last Saturday evening in tbe
months of December, March, June and Sep
tember, alter 4 o'clock p. m. Special meet
ings may be called by the president. No
subscription papers nor petitions shall be cir
culated in the club.
The board ot trustees consists ot John
Foos, president; James P. Goodwin, secre
tary; A. S. Bushnell, James Johnson, sr., O.
S. Kelly, J. L. Kidder, and W. II. Dickson.
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Charles Ludlow can always be relied upon,
not only to carry in stock the best of every
thing, but to secure the agency for such arti
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guarantee. It will surely cure any and every
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show our confidence, we invite you to call and
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An Answer M anted.
Can any one bring us a case of Kidney or
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Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
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Boys and Overcoats.
"Let mo tell yoti," said a Detroit
man the other day, "that it's all non
senses for boys to wrap up the way
they do nowa'days. Why, when I was
a youngster such a thing as a boy's
overcoat was never heard of."
How did the little fellows keep
warm in cold weather?"
Exercised, of course. I was raised
up north, and in tho winter I had a
warm jacket and a pair of mittens, and
tied my cars up with a woolen com
forter. Chest-protectors and insoles and
llanuel underwear and such wero un
known quantities in those days, and it
was cold enough sometimes to freeze
the horns olTof a brass monkey."
"And wero you never cold?
"You bet I was cold, but I just run
for it- An overcoat! Why, a boy iu
an overcoat would have astonished tho
community. Aud the boys in those
days had one pair of mittens to a win
ter. If they lost them, they blew on
their fingers to keep them warm. If
they wore out, they patched tho seat of
the mitten with leather. It makes me
sick to see the puny boys of to-day
rolled up like a lot of girls and afraid
of catching cold. And that is just how
they get cold, too. Boys had sore
throats in thoodays and their grand
mothers gargled them with salt and
water, and made them hot doses of
vinegar and molasses and butter, aud
they got well tho next day. They didn't
dieolFat a minute's notice because they
forgot to put on their arctics."
And the indignant citizen went off
liovs in overcoats! Well, I should
smile to remember.'
A Turkey Trick in Iowa.
Late Friday afternoon a stranger
whoe appearance indicated that he did
not live on fat of the land every day,
aud that his household knew little
about purple and line linen, entered a
"rocery storo on ISraily street, holding
a line largo turkey by the legs. Ho
walked up to the showcase,, saying:
"I'd like a cigar, please." and ono was
handed him with a lighted match.
Ily the way," said he, suddenly,
"would you oblige me with a piece of
paper to" wrap around this turkey it
doesn't look well to carry it through
the streets in this way." A polite
clerk took the turkey, wrapped it up
artistically in paper, which was tied so
that it would stay. "Thank you, sir,"
said the stranger politely, as he turned
and walked out with his turkey. He
had not been gone a minute, when a
neighbor from across the street hurried
into the store with: "Say, did that fel
low who went out from here just now
pay for that turkey?" "Pay for tho
turkey? no, why should he?" "Well,
he picked it up from tho bench in front
as he entered your store!" Davenport
A Paris photographer worried him
self nearly to death taking an instan
taneous negative of a railway train in
motion, only to discover that he might
just as welfhave taken his time to it ami
photographed a train standing still, as
the appearance of the negative was
ureeiaoly the same.
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GOLD F 1 1.1.1 M) A M'KlAlll.
Teeth Inserted In gol silver, robber, v
caulte or rubber fllatoi
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It is a great satisfaction to be able to record
a cure ol disease, and we do not, therefore,
wonder when Mr. B. F. Welsh, ot Albany, N.
Y., (State Department), writes: "I cannot
refrain from expressing my satisfaction at tbe
success ol Misbler's Herb Hitters in curing me
of catarrh." There are many thousands ol
others like Mr. Welsh, who writes to tell ol
their cure of dyspepsia, liver and kidney dis
eases, stomach disorders, and other con plaint ,
for all of which this great medicine is a
I llllVC been lothercd with catarrh lor
about twenty yesrs. 1 could not tell how
many different remedies I have tried, and
none seemed to reach my case like Ely's Cream
Balm, i had lost my smell entirely for the
last fifteen year.-, and 1 had almost lost my
hearing. My eyes were getting so dim I bad
to get some one to thread my needle. Now
I have my bearing as well as I ever bad, and
I can see to thread as fine a needle as ever I
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Catarrh. I always had a trouble with ray
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Malaria bos no color. Malaria has no odor.
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But Brown's Iron Hitters can drive it out,
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R. McDonald, New Haven, Conn., says: "I
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There i9 no one article in tbe line of medi
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The greatest foe of the American people is
consumption; its victims number many
thousands each year. Physicians and drug
gists have at last found a remedy which they
feel justified in recommending. This is Dr.
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sumption in stages that other remedies are ot
no benefit. It cures coughs, colds and all
throat and lung diseases speedily and safely.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial bottles free.
Theo. Trouie k Co.
Mr. George Marshall writes all tbe way
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rheumatism incurable. But the use of one
bot'Ie of Athlophoros removed ray pain ar,d
gave me hope for tbe future. Tbe relief it al
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What a lower it would have lieen in the
old days of miracle working. Now, it is only
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felt its wonderful cures can't help regaiding
tbem as miraculous. They only express the
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Some have been fooled so often that they
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I know what Athlophoros means now. It is
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Words of Warnlug aud Comfort.
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Nervousness, you will find a "Halm in Gilead"
in Hop Bitters.
II you area frequenter, or a reslleut of,
a miasmatic district, barricade your sys-
tern against the scourge of all countries
Malaria, Kpltiemic, itilious and Ililer-
mittent Fevers by the use Hop Hitters.
A Lndj's Wish.
"Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear and
solt as yours," said a lady to a friend. "Vou can
easily make it so," answered the lriend. How?"
Inquired the fust lady.
"By using Hop Bitters that makes pure, rich
blood and blooming health. It did it lor ma as
JgfNone genuine without a bunch of
greeu Hops on the while label. Shun all the
vile, poisonous stuff Kith "Hop" or "Hops"
1 in tbeir name
REAO ! READ !
WE WILL OPEN FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,
TEN CASES BLEACHED MUSLIN
Red Hot Prices!
BROWN AND BLEACHED
SHELLING IN ALL WIDTHS
BLACK BRO. & CO
Fine White Shirts !
Laundried and Unlaundried.
Tlic Xpw Short Itnsoms and I'lnMetl
Fronts, Funcy I'eiuiiig Shirts,
Kojt,' Shirts, Sight Shirts.
All Garments are well made, from
flrbt-class materials and arc perfect
II. Special Shirt Ilcasure Tnken.
FULTON & HYPES,
6 1-2 EAST MAIN ST.
C. R. C0N7EESE,
Hespectfully announces to his patrons and tc
the public, that he has removed from his formex
location, 13 South Limestone street, to
Rooms 5 and 6 Mitchell Building,
Cor. Limestone and High M.
"Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended him; with the latest appliance used in
dentistry, and hest furnished Dental larlors in
Central Ohio, he hopes to merit the continued
confidence of his patrons. Engagements by tele
phone No. 391. Nitrous oxide gia administered for
extraction of teeth when de.rd
efs cv ll "
A-A O lit'
"-v-i. 'tr T'.!i :. ; ' ' viik
-.f-M' . :
Wllpnrtiyti. CLOCO ttt
laid the M VCR and K!C-.:irS
aUU .KnTOLJS TUB tir-.-viJ.ix
pcpsla. Want of Appetite, li.
digestion, J.ick o. &trnirtl
cre.i. lioucs. rou.cicsnn
nerves receive riorc
Enlivens the mird sn
jLZjr.,mSr supplies faiii lowrr
U & S FniTcrlngfrom complain
1 mO? rivnlts.rto t!ie!r MX "wl
Had In OH. XLAHTElVa IitON TONIO nrafraa
fpMMly cure, (ilves a clear, healthy citap!loii
Frc.acnt attempts at conntprTelMuK only ad
lo the popularity of tlioorltrlnal. Do not expert
.nnt-.iri.ttliP.nin!?..t.JlNrj It EST.
JS-tir1ntiril(lr-tfiThHl)r. I.ArttrMeJ Oo.
HSkLmls, SiOiuour-DnULII BOOK.
lt n in "nCT "cu ni"ii inTo-ji --
CUKES FOR PILES.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, caLSine the patient to suppose
he has some effrction ot the kidneys or
neighboring orgacs. At times, symptoms ol
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
ol the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very dtpigreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pili-s
yield at once to the application ol li'.
losanko's Pile Remf dy, which acts directly
upon the patts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakhaus & Co.
Mr. Editor Many ot your reajers may be
bent filed by the knowledge of such an excel
lent remedy as Dr. Jones's Red Clover Tonic,
which produces the most favorable results in
disorders ot the liver, stomach and kidney?,
and is a valuable remedy in dyspepsia; also,
debility arisine fiom malaria or other cau.-es.
It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood purifier,
and a sure cure for ague. Price, 50 cents.
Theo. Tronpe & Co.
Tlif Prettiest Lady in Spriucflelrf
Remarked to a Irieni the other day that she
knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and
Lungs was a superior remedy, as it stopped
her cough instantly when others had no el
iect whatever. So to prove this Dr. n'. J.
CHSjer will gua-antee it lo all. Price 50
cents and $1. Trial size tree.
Stop That Co ili.
Dr. Slarchisi's Rock Candy Cough Cure,
warranted to cure or money remnded, coughs,
colds, hoarseness, throat and luni; trouble;
also good tor children. Rock Caud Cough
Cure contains the healing properties ot pure
white roek candy, with extracts ol rods and
herbs. Only 25 cents. Laige oottles fl,
cheapest to buy. For sale bv Chas. Luflow.
A BU.1.IIILK AKTICLK.
For enterprise, push and a desire to get
such goods as will give the trade sttis'aclion,
a.i li.thnni Jfe f!n. the drugeists. leads all
cometition. They sell Dr. Bosanko s Cough
and Lung Syrup, because it is the best medi
cine on the market, for Coughs, Colds, Croup
and Primary Consumption. Price 50 cents
and $1.00. Samples tree.
Positive Uure lor Piles.
To the people ol this County we would say
we have been given the Agency of Dr. Mat
chisi's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically
guaranteed to Cure or money refunded In
ternal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching
Piles. Price 50 Cents a Box. No Cure, No
Pay. For sale by Charles Ludlow, Uruggut.
123! B 'oJii l
BHO. & CO.
(IIAELE9 MlOUlKK. Pla.Otifl,!
W. W. Snidek. Defendant. )
W Solder, whose place of residence Is ua
known, will Ukn notice that on the lMh dir
Iecetuher, A. D. lfrSI, Charles Miuulre filed
I-etltlon in the Court of Common I'leas of Clark
i.ountj'praT.nff fora judgment again&tsald W. V.
feu id er fur j3-'.w aud alsuan affidavit for attach
ment on the ground that said W. W. tin Id er was
a non-rsid otof Ohio, and that on the I5th day
of December, A. D. l&t,an order of attachment
wax Rued In said a"tfou and a levy made upon
the following rfecriled rejl estate, twit: Situate
in New Carlisle, Clark County, Ohio, known and
designated on the r corded plat of said town as the
1 north half of the south ha- of lot No. C6 fn eaid
J town as rt-ferre t to on recorded rd it said re
corded plat will further w that it is intended
toconrey (to said W. H tidcr) the one half of
the house situated on ?aid lot also the following
descri1xd lot aod premises situate in New Carlisle)
Clark County, Ohio, and being tho north half ,
of lot No. ii in said town ; also sev?n feet tn width
adjoining said lot acresi tbe north part of the
oth'T half ot said lot; alo the part of lot '. 49 in
said town beginning at the "utheJt of said
lot. theme west with the ;outuern boundary line
of tbe same, poles to the west alley, thence north
along said alley 10 feet, thence eait a poles to Main
street, then' e south 10 feet to the beginning.
?atd w. W. -niderts required to answer on or
before the ."1st of l'ruary, A. D., 1S33, or Judg
ment will be taken against him.
W F. OHK and F. a GrvoDE,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Coal in Box Cars. No Snow
or Ice, at
.T. II. TJlriclz & Bros.,
141 S. Llirestone St.
Fire, Life, Accident,
and Plate Glass
OVER LAGONDA BANK,
Corner of Main and Market Streets,
Elclt lTeadache and rellere all the tronble. rnd
deat to a bUiooa s tate of the ajstem, inch as Dix
liness, JCaasea, Drowsiness, Distreaa after tatinp,
raialnthe9ide,Ac. Whilo their most remark
able success has been shown in coring
neadachejet Carter'sLlttle Liver Pills are equally
Tiluabla in Constipation, coring aod preventing
thisannoytas complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of tha stomach, stimulate the liver
asdnsulatethebowda. venU they only cored
Ache they would bcalmost priceless to tho; who
eaff.r from this distressing complaint; but f orta
natelTtheircoodiicssdo'snotendhcre,ndtno whoonco try tbem wHlfind thesolitUe pUlsvala
ableinsoraanywavsthattheywninotbewniins to do without them. Bot after all sick heta
Is thebinc of so many lives thathere is where we
mail our creat boast. Oor pilli core It whilo
others do not. w tl .
Carter's Little Liver PHls are Tery small an
vry ca.-y to tike. One or two pills makea doee.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
t.orce, but by their gentle action please all who
c-ethVm. Inialsai25cents: flvoforM. Sold
by druggists everywhere, or tent by maJ.
CARTER 3IEDICiyE C0..SeTT York.
C ATATS H Ho pc a u raiii
I n fl a m a t ion,
Heals the Sores,
R e s t o r es the
Sense of Taste
& Smell. A Quick
HAY-EVER& Posltire Cure.
Fifty cent at tiro eg 1st a ; 60 cents by mail regis
tered, nd farcin ular. if am pi j by mail 10 eta.
ELY UfcOTHLlW, DrufgUta.Owegof N. Y.
1 & CO
J Pius. m
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Clavelnnd, Columbus, Cincinnati ud la.
HREAT CENTRAL TRUCK ROUTE.
EAST .AJVI WIEST.
rhrouizh cars, with conneetleas In Unloa Pepot.
Only direct line via Cleveland, Bunal and 14
agra 1-aIIs to New York and 2iew Lcgland.
IMrect coonections for all Southern, Southwest
em aDd - (stern points, f-lther by way of Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or M. Louis. Fast Time, New
Equipment, and running tbrvugh the msst popu
lar part ol tha country; possessing every appli
ance or peed and iiirufort known to le service
able. Tta Kt Koad-ltrd and the afest Road la
the West. Tickets by this papular rout It sale
at all regular ticket offices.
A. J. SMITH, General Passenger Agent.
C. C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Tralai lain 3da; Int.
Boring., Del. Jt Col. Accom io:oj a m
N. Y. 4 Iknton Kxpreai .. 11:35 a ra
Night Express 12:2ana
Clne'i tl N. i". Fast Line 825p
Clevei iu 1 r'ast r.m 3U15 p at
Trail! X.uri Gcir; Srcth.
Hpringdeld Accom .
Springfield A Cincinnati Express..
Ctn. A Inulanapollrt KTprftti
5:40 a at
J :50 pm
7:15 a m
i.iucmaBu ruti liioe
Unyton, Clu.,4 at. L. Ex,
Sp'fJ. a Clu. Accom, Hunday only,
Train Arriri Trsa Cciti.
Midnight EipreM.. ..
N. Y. A liOHtOU I-.vpr.im ,,,,,
On. A Delaware Kxpips.
Cleveland Fast I.lna'. .. ,
SpTd. A On. Accom., Sunday only.
On. A JJ. Y. Fast Line-.
12-15 a la
. 3:45 r la
Tula Arrin Tra bit.
Night Expreas. 2:30 am
Delaware, Sp'fd. A On. Express S JO a m
Cincinnati Fast Line 2:35 p m
Soatutrn txprtss. . JTZ.. 5:5 pm
Columbus, Delaware aal e pringfield Ac 7:30 p m
riiesetralai ie tueouly ones rannlngon
Train i avlng at 11:35 a. m. has through
sleeping car to Boston without change. .
The train leaving at 3:35 has parlor carta
Cleveland, connecting with tlie torongh
sleeper to New York a 1 lWton.
All trulm run liy CeutrHl standard Tlmo
which is 25 mluuKs alower than Springfield time.
Uko. iL Kmoiit,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Hotel.
M THROUGH ROUTE
3 THHOUGH PASSENGEH TRAINS 3
w rilj , eacli way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re-
clininp Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern Coaches on Day Trains.
Steel Kails, Miller Platforms and
Couplers, Air Brakes and all
Shone. t and Most Desirable Bout Be
tween the Eual and West. Through
Tickets anil ltagiiee Check
to all Principal Points.
Tartlcnlaradrantages offered to Western Emi
grants. Land aod Tourist Tickets to all points
reached by any line.
Passenger trains leare Sprin;fisld, O., as follows:
Ooing West, 1:15a. m., 11:35 a. m., 5:2 p. m.
Going Eest, 1.2:35 a. m., 10.05 a. in.. 8:00 a. m.
8.40 p. ra.
Going North, 2:45 a. m.. 14:40 a. m.. 8:40 p. m.
Ooing South, O. S. rt. K., 10:30 a. m., 5:35 p. m.
C . llenderson, 11. H. asrooson,
Gen'l Manager. Gen'l Ticket Ait.
D. H. KOCUfc, Agent, 8pringd, O.
Trains Arrlie Irom Jackson and Washington C. H.
Dprlogt'ld K. a.
. 5:15 p. m. 4:30 p. m
..10:10 a.m. 9:50 a.m
No. 1 (except Sunday).
Trains Depart for Jackson and Waihlsgtoa C H
Springrid K. B.
No. 2 (except Sunday)..
No. 4 (except fcundaj)..
..It :45 a.m.
5:55 p. m.
10:30 a. at.
5:35 p. m.
N. Y. P. Jt O. KA1LWAT.
Triltt Lsars cola; tirt.
Springf'Id R. K.
No.4,N. V. L'mlted Ex 10:3b a. m. 10:09 a. ra.
No. 8, ew Yt r hxpress.. 5:19 p. m. 4:49 p. m.
No. 1-', Atlantic Express 10:31 a. m. 12:06 a. m.
Tnini .save going Welt.
No. l.Hn. and West'n Fx12:53p. m. 12:28 p. m.
No. 3, 1'Jtilfie Express 2:24 a. m. 1:59 a. m.
No. 5, Si. L. Li hi I -m tx 5:53 p. m. 5:23a.m.
Thefce trains are .Le only ones runnlnjr on Sun
dsy. tree hack to tr-ilns one hour before time of de
parture. J. L. Phlehkk, 'ticket Agt.; office St.
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. L. Railway.
LITTLE MIAMI DIVISION SrRINOFTELD
CXSTIUL STaXDAKD TlMI.
FstL'e. On. Ac W. Ex. E. Ex
goiso wsst No. 1. No. 11. No. 7. No. .
Lt. rpringfieM. 6:-0am 11:0 am 4:Upn 8:4."pm
LT.Iel. springs. 6:20am 11:21am 4:2tpm 9:09pm
Arrire Xenia.... 6.40am luriOam 4:t5pm 9:35pa
Arr. Cincinnati.. 10.30am 2:30pm 7:0upm
Arr. Columbus.. 9.30am ....... 7:25pm 11:20pm
Arr. LouisTilie 7:30poi 12:30am 11:30pm
F"st L'e. Col. AcXen. Ac. Lim.Sx
ooino xasT N5-1. No. 12. No. 10. No. 5.
Leare Louisrille. 2:45am .. 2:30pm
Lt. Cincinnati... 7:4.aiu 2:30pm 7:2pm
Afr.Columbusll:40ani 7:oupm , 11'ipm
Arrive Xenia 10.0uain 4.40pui l:l-pm 9-..16pm
Lt. Yel. Dprings.l0:3taiu 5:5Cpm 2:"0pm 10:50pm
Arr.SpriBgfield-lO-.&am felJpui 2 40pm 10.50pm
Train No. 1 makes connections at Xenla for Co
lumbus, ashiogton C. 11. and Chillicothc. No.
11 tbimijcb train for all points South and West.
No 7 Western Expiess throuh train lor Cincin
nati, Louisrllle and all points South: Indinapo
lfs, &u Louis sod all points West; Logansport and
Chicago and all points North and Northwest. No.
5 is a through train for all points East, Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and
points in the New England Mates.
Tickets and Baggnge (.hecks and reliable In
formation, can be obtained ol the Company
agents, and at the office of the Company's Agent.
this city, l'articular Information as toeTrala
connections, lutes, etc., cheerfully furnished.
Callon J.M.UI.NLS.City Ticket Agent
JAM. Me MCUEA, Manager.
Quick. Sot CaresC TM.
, .v.-...r i,......... - .
VSend two stamps lor Celebrated afedlraiworka,
k-TM. Call or write. F. D. CLARKE. M. O.
ND.ZSO VIMK 8TREET-OHiCIHNATi
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