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GLOBE REPUBLIC. MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 16 1885.
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February 15. id5 l. ..ltd ntui.
6J07ii7. E Fair
lu-Ma.m S K Fair
2:i0 p. u 40 I S K Fair
-S0p.nl 15 SW UIllD
10-10 p. m 32 I W Snowing
Mean touiperaturt 33 abore zero. Teuiperatur
oi taine date In 18M z2. above. Temperature of
eaina J.totn ie3 56s above, leuperaturaotaamo
date In IRS", 43 above aero.
Amount of rain, sleet and snow fall, 0.12, with
2 Inches of snow.
From 2:30 p. in. yesterday to 6:30 a. m. this
morning the tberuiointter shows a fall of 33 In
A Springfield contingent of merry-makers
is expected to attend tonight the last ball of
the season given by the Urbana Guards in
There will be a public meeting of the
Woman's Union Missionary Society in the
First Presbyterian church next Saturday af
ternoon, at the usual honr.
The special services at the Methodist Pro
tcttat Church, on Pleasant street, will be con
tinned daring the evenings of this week,
commencing at 7:30 p. xn.
With but fewest exceptions, word from
various parts of the county is that the wheat
baa so far wintered in good condition. li
there is no unusually severe weather in March
a good crop will be harvested.
The Board of Education holds the tegular
meeting tonight. The Lagonda school dis
trict protest is likely to come up, informally,
' if not foimally, and other items of business
of interest a-e awaiting attention.
At the annual meeting of the Central Ohio
Fair Association, Mecbanicsbnrg, L. B.
Sprague, of this city, was elected one of the
board of managers. Mr. Sprague has de
clined the honor, with proper acknowledg
ments, owing to pressure of other duties in
Mr. W. L. Franklin writes the Glohx
Ritcblic to say that the subject of "Church
Divisions" was treated from the Univeisalist
pulpit yesterday and that next Sunday morn
ing, on which occasion Mitchell Tost, G. A.
B-, is invited to be present in a body, a dis
course will be delivered, appropriate to the
anniversary of Washington's birthday, which
falls on that day this year.
Witnesses in the C. H. Berry case, in United
States Court at Cincinnati, have been sub
pccnahl for Wednesday next, and the trial
will positively be held on" that day." To ac
commodate the large number attending from
here, the C, G, C. & I. agent will sell tickets
over that lice at $2.40 round trip, good going
on either the 5:40 or 8 :20 a. ra. trains. The
papers were served on witnesses to-day.
Right on top of another dose of soothing
sirup the hundred-and a-qnarter weight of
Wittenberg "Stylus" editor rises to remark in
reply to a friendly suggestion in the local
columns of this paper, that "Pat Eooney's
Star Specialty Company, or the forensic elo
quence of a Market Square medicine fakir, are
scarcely adapted to the ajthetic desires of our
classic Wittenberg." No? .Well, then, per
haps O'Doaovdn Rosea or Oscar Wilde might
fill the bill. At all events, there seems to be
less complaint on the score mentioned since
the institution of dime shows at one of the
city opeia houses.
A company of the friends and schoolmates
of Cleaver Wilkinson planned a pleasant sur
prise fur him Friday evening. With the aid
of Rev. Mrs. Wilkinson, the affair was a com
plete success. After a pleasant evening in
merry games and in doing justice to the
bountiful supply of tempting refreshments
which had been provided the surprised, and
the surprlsers separated, each declaring "It is
the best pirty I ever went to." The company
included the following named young peo
ple: Ro;a West, Eva Champane, Hettie Kel
lar, Allie Funk, Blanche Funk, Minnie Xew
berger, Gertie Martin, Katie Willis, Cleaver
Wilkinson, Arthur Funk, Charlie Warren,
Eddie Todd, Eddie Willis, Bertie Champane,
Roy Frazel, Eddie Dickson, Bert West,
Charl'e Brooks, Harry Keller.
Sunday Locals Condensed.
Baker and Dixon, the worthies who stole a
pair of trousers from Levy's and then went
back to exchange them, made their point and
got tbemselvis sent to jail by tho Mayor for
a month at least.
Charles Sebas'ian, the amateur Texas cow
boy, was fined in Mayor's court Saturday af
, ternoon $3 and costs tor carrying concealed
weapons and $1 and costs for being drunk
Several attempts at the "snatch" game
were made on West Main street Saturday
ight by a gang of sneak thieves. One
seized Mrs. Ilex's purse, which she held in
her hand, but she screamed and he ran after
Mixing a package of coffee she carried. A
colored man seized Mrs. Young's satchel and
ran with it Another case occurred on South
Center street. No arrests.
The party referred to Friday evening as
being implicated by young Snarenberger in
some of his transactions is reported to have
disappeared suddenly and mysteriously Fri
day evening, on the bare supposition that
Detective Norris was hot on bis trail. If
there had been nothing to run for probably
he wouldn't have torn himself from us.
AXOTIIE1C HOTEL CUAyaE.
Mr. Ilarry 1. llickfielrt lenses the Ta
Cuuda House for Three Veers.
The announcement that Mr. II. L. Rock
field, proprietor of the Arcade Hotel, has
leased and taken possession of the Lagonda
House, will, no doubt, come in the nature of
a surprise to most of the citizens of this city.
To a few such a thing has been suspected for
some time, but as nothing definite resulted
nothing could be said about it in these col
umns. For some time before the assignment
of Mr. Carter, late proprietor of the Lagonda
House, negotiations had been going on be
tween the Champion Hotel Company and Mr.
Rock Geld Kith this object in view, and its
consummation was probably hurried some
what by the as-igniaent.
At four o'clock yesteidiy afternoon the
papers were signed transferring the bouse to
Mr. Rocklield for three years and he took po
session immediately. .Minor matters
are not fixed np as yet and therefore no de
tails can be given. Mr. John McGonigal, at
one time clerk at the Lagonda nouse, was
placed in charge temporarily. Mr. Rockfield
telegraphed at once to his brother-in-law,
Mr. W. R. Snipe?, a conductor on the I. B.
& W. from Columbus to Indianapolis, asking
him to come here and take charge of the
Lagonda House. Whether he will come or
not is uot known, but certain it is, if he
should, a more popular man could not be
secured for the position. The Lagonda
House will be run as a first class hotel and
every effort made to please the traveling
M eetinar of the Agricultural Hoard.
The February meeting of the Clark County
Board of Agriculture was held in the board
room, west County building, a quorum pres
ent; President Hazzard in the chair. Dr.
Haxsard from committee on County Institate
stated that arrangements were about com
plete and that the full programme, with as
signments for each of the three days, Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, March 19, 20 and
21, would be published early next week. J.
0. Ogden had been appointed and bad under
taken to arrange tor good music at the meet
ings, which as now understood would be
held in the npper hall at the court-honse.
Posters and circulars would be
ready for distribution at the next
meeting of the board and he hoped
there would be a lull attendance of members
to receive and distribute them. The matter
of finances was discussed, and the ptesident
stated a number of citizens of Springfield
city had volunteered to entertain the lectur
ers from abroad. There was good prospect
of the most interesting and beneficial insti
tute yet held.
A communication was read from Secretary
S. Alexander, of Jamestown Union Fair, in
viting the co-operation of this society in the
organization of a county fair circuit, to in
clude agricultural societies of Greene,
Clark, Warren, Clinton, Ross, Cler
mont and Brown counties. The object
is to regulate times of holding the
annual exhibitions in counties named to as
not to conflict one with the other, and
also to fix upon uniform rates for entries,
admission, etc, and as to issue of passes or
doing away with them entirely. It was
thought advisable to become more fully in
formed on the subject, and Secretary L. B.
Sprague was, on Mr. Elder's motion, elected
delegate to represent this society at a meet
ing to be held in Manchester next Thursday,
Feb. 19th, the Board agreeing to bear his
A bill of $200 from Jerry Murphy, for
paving sidewalk on Yellow Springs street in
frost of the Fair Grounds, as ordered by the
City Council, was presented and gave rise to
a long and animated discussion. It was
finally referred to the fair ground committee
for investigation and report as to the liability
of this Board for the claim.
Mr. J. V. Forgy attended the convention of
inter-Ohio mutual fire insurance companies,
held at Lima last week.
Prof. A. H.Tnttle, of Ohio State University,
lectured to a good sized aud'ence at Olive
Branch last Friday evening. He was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Forgy Friday
Mr. Keefauver and Mr. Joel T. Forgy have
been upon the sick list the past few weeks.
A number of sudden deaths have recently oc
curred in the township.
The literary exercises at the high school
last Friday afternoon consisted of reports and
abstracts of works from the new library, put
into the bands of the pupils. The degree of
proficiency and interest displayed was very
Supt. J. J. Burns, of Dayton, will lecture
at Olive Branch next Friday evening, upon
"The Boy." As an entertaining and instruc
tive lecture this is the favorite of the season.
A fair announcement of the lecturer aud his
subject is sufficient to draw a full house.
Bethel township teacher's association holds
its regular monthly meeting at Olive Branch
next Saturday, commencing at 10 o'clock,
a. m. Programme, a. m. Fhysiology, Dan
iel Ebersole; Work for Primary Pupils,
Belinda Hayes; The Sketch Book extracts,
Jos. A. Hershey; p. m. U. S. History, revo
lutionary war, D. S. Zinn; Calderwood on
Teaching, chaps, i-v, C. E. Kendrick.
The high school will observe "Author's
Day," Friday evening, February 2T, Long
fellow's birthday. The programme for these
exercises will appear in next week's paper.
In all probability, Prof. Edward Orton, of
Ohio State University, and state geologist,
will deliver his lecture, "The New Agricul
tuie," at Olive Branch, the first Friday even
ing in March the sixth. This is the farm
r's lecture of the course, and they should
show their appreciation by a large attendance
of farmers front the western part of the coun
ty. Dr. Orion's lecture will be of interest to
Mr. W. H. Moore, former teacher at Mt.
Pleasant, made a flying visit to this part of
the county last week.
Mr. A. J. McBlair, the genial and popular
gentleman who has been behind the desk at
the Lagonda House for the past eighteen
months, severed his connection Saturday
evening when the house went into the bands
of Mr. H. L. Rockfield. By his resignation
the Lagonda House has lost one of the most
popular and efficient hotel men that has ever
been in this city. It is a pleasure, however,
to state that in all probability Springfield
will not lose Mr. McBlair as
a citizen, as he has been- offered several lu
crative positions here. In bis connection
with the hotel business in this city, Mr. Mc
Blair has served both as a clerk and as a
manager, and in both capacities has made a
host of friends. He leaves tomorrow evening
tor Washington, D. C, and will return about
the 7th of March. Wherever he goes his
many friends wish him success.
There was a mercurial drop of thirty-eight
degrees between dark Sunday evening and
daylight Monday morning, when the ther
mometer marked four degrees above zero,
The Connecticut Mutual Life.
In its thirty-nine years of business the
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company
has received lrom its members, in premiums,
$137,558,478.17; it has received tor interest
o its invested funds and rents. $40,721,016.14:
and profit and loss, $645,917; a grand total
ot 184 925,411.31. This money has been
used as follows: Paid tor death losses and en
dowments, $54,021,457.23; surplus returned
to policyholders, $41,500,603 60; allowed up
n lapsed and surrendered policies, $16,731,
189.86; expenses, $15,262,768.87; taxes, $5,
194,641.26; held in "net assets" for reserve,
etc, $52,217,650.49; total, $184,925,411.31.
Such an exhibit furnishes the most conclusive
proof that prudently managed life insurance
has done and can do all that-its promoteis
claim, to wit: furnish indubitable protection
to the family against the money loss that
comes in the death of its bead. And, in this
direction, this great Company has done its
full share to prove, as the celebrated Profes
sor De Morgan once asserted, that "there is
nothing in the commercial world which ap
proaches; even remotely, the security ot a
well-established lite office." As the same
authority farther says: "The certainty is
the thing contracted for." And, just
here, comes in the indisputable
fact that the Connecticut Mutual
has not only fulfilled all tbet-e conditions in
the past, but the company remains in even
better position of guarantee to policy-holders
for the time to come. There is no need of
repating here the trustworthy statements
made or figures given in the company's an
nual exhibit. They tell their own story with
definite and sufficient impressiveness. Let
them be read and studied, and no one will be
left in doubt as to the ability, honesty and
stability ot this old and bonorab.e life insur
ance company, as regards its contracts with
those who entrust the guardianship of their
widows and children to an executorship so
thoroughly tested and so carefully and con
Elizabeth Safuart Phelps.
There is no vacant chair. The loving meet
A group unbroken smitten. Who knows
One sitteth silent only; in bis usual seat
We gave him once that freedom. Why
not now I
Perhaps ho is too weary, and needs rest;
He needed it too often, nor could we
Bestow. God gave it, knowing how to do so
'Which of us would disturb Unit Let
There is no vacant chair. If he will take
Tho mood to listen mutely, be it done.
By his least mood we crossed, for which the
heart must ache.
Plead net nor question! Let him have
Death is a mood of life. It Is no whim
By which, life's Giver mocks a broken
Death is life's reticence. Btill audible to
The hush.-d voice, happy, speaketh on,
There is no vacant chair. To love is still
To have. Nearer to memory than to eye,
And dearci yet to anguish than to comfort
Wo hold him by our love, that shall not
For while it doth not then ho cannot. Tryl
Who can put out the motion or the smilel
Tho old ways of being noble all with him
Because we love he is. Then trust awhile.
THE ICE PALACE.
HOW OUR CANADIAN NEIGHBORS EN
JOY THE WINTER.
What Ttas Ileen Done In Montreal to Make
life Worth Living; Toboggan
Slides The Condora Ice
IJon liuntcrs Camp.
Montreal Cor. Chicago Times.
About sixteen thousand blocks of ice hare
been use 1 to complete this gorgeous creation
the ice juilacu which has a weird majosty
peculiarly iu own, and, when illuminated by
the pure electric llama mingle I with red
fire and discharging volleys of superbly
colorei fireworks, one might fancy that the
builders had found their quarry of ma
terials in Sinbal't valley of jewels. About
twice the nimb"r of rockets, Roman-can-dl
-s, an I such showy ammunition used last
y ar will Iw employed this season.
THE T01SOC.GAN SLIDES.
Hi!" ad zn slides are built in as many
iliflvr'i' mil urlian quarters. Advantage is
pemrii!.' tiki 1 oftuj lower slopes of the
m u ut tho ilxcnt is aided in most
. -"a . n i i.rtirieia! platform at the upper
. .r m w uieh the shxt of twenty feet or
reevi nK Tai- will pribably be thirty
tw i by tnenty-tno feet in area. This space
ountifully clothed with snow coated over
w ih ico will afford room for four slides,
cac'i four ftvt wide. The actual run on
miiuo of tho slide h iU.X) to 2,500 feet, upou
others rather less. Mot of them are roman
tically situated, with the beautiful moun
tain behind them. This soma mountain is
one of Montreal's gals, and, though not as
high as Chimborazo, gives an air of dignity
and protection to the noble city which clus
ters around it that accounts naturally for
tho admiration universally accorded to "the
The slides are free all the week to any
who choo.se to participate in tho-o meteor
like excursions, and at night the beautiful
moonlit scow, the gay and appropriate
blanket tuque, fash and moccaiin of the
club men, the same style of dress adopted
also liy many others, the steady radiance of
the fixed electric lights, tho flashing glare
and movement of the torches, marking the
icy line of road upon the steep declivity,
tho pealing laughter of the mirthful crowd,
rejoicing in the happiness of youth and
strength, unita to make up a scene of exu
berant life and splendor thoroughly carni
val in all its manifold features.
This heathen temple, or cairn, as it is
sometimes called, stands upon the Champ
de Mar--, an open square immediately behind
the city hall anl court-house. lean not
well see why it is called a cairn, though pos
sibly its orginal builders and worshipers may
each havo brought his contribution of
treasure toward its completion; but the
structure is too artistically conceived to as
sociate itself readily with the ordinary idea
of a cairn. That it bad a sacred character
thero can be no doubt, and though its origin
is clouded by the mists of antiquity, the
temple is evidently of Indian or Egyptian
"The Condora in this northern world is
built of blocks of clear ice. It is circular in
form and of a pyramidal character. It is
constructed in seven storie3 or terraces,
pigoda fashion, diminishing in circumfer
ence as they reach the pinacle, upon which
stands a figure fifteen feet in height a man
of straw coated with ico, in the picturesque
garb of Lo Trappeur Snowshoe club, h " ling
in his rfcht hand an electric light, which
sends a shower of rays upon the populous
scene below. The base of tho temple fs en
circled with eight turrets, from v.hich wave
tho flags of various nations. At the inaug
uration of this beautiful edifice, the mem
b;rs of Le Trappeur Snowshoo club, in cos
tum, stand upon the outside of it, at stated
points, on every available block of ice, each
man with a lighted torch in his hand. As
the interior of the Condora will be ill't ruin
ated with electricity, I need scarcely say
that the effect will be one of singular splen
dcr. Is it not suggestive of modern innova
tion to sm a Canadian snowshoer mounting
guard over the symbolic altars of an ancient
On Place d'Armes. commonly called
French square, in the eastern quarter of the
city, is a stone fountain, around which has
been built a hollow circle of block ire. This
is surmounted by a gigantic lion, composed
principally of closely-pp"ked and frozen
snow, 'this material, betas: more plastic
and opaqun, seems better suited to tho com
pletion of such a design than ice, the hard
and chilly luster of the latter being at var.
ance, I think, with the successful represent
tation of an animal whose every line is
characterized by the potent force and tame
less blood of savage royalty.
The carnival 1' n of Place d'Armes is very
unlike the i 'ual monumental type of his
race, these artificial beasts more often re
sembling some half-starved, unkempt, and
ill-tempered domestic guardian than the
majestic lord of the desert or the jungle.
But this one promises to be . grand figure.
His attitude is fine, couchant, but watchful,
with the possibility of an instanteous spring
In the expression of the mouth and fore
limbs as palpable as the flow of his shaggy
mane. An electric light will be placed in
side the pedestal, making the statue very
effective nt night.
The Victoria rink is the largest in Europe
or America. It has a roof of one semi-circle
span fifty feet hisrh at the center. It is USD
feet long and 100 foet wide. A promenade
extends around the ice. Besides the music
stand there is a gallery for. spectators. The
Victoria is under fashionable management;
and a colossal group in snow sculpture
stands'in tho center of the rink. On each
side of the bust of Queen Victoria, which is
three tin.os life size, are figures of a girl
skater and a snowshoer. These are placed on
an ice pedestal in a sitting attitude. The
whole group attains a height of fifteen feet.
It will be unveiled the first day of the car
nival. ST. HELEN'S ISLAND.
The East-end people have shown much en
terprise and a spirited conception of carni
val attractions in their portion of the pro
gramme, St Helen's bland, the Condora,
and tho ice lion, besides minor matters, being
in their hands.
A hunters' camp, completely equipped, will
be one of the best features of the island ex
hibition. It is gotten up under the super
vision of the "Fish and Game Protection
company,'' and the production will be as ex
act as possible. A log house with a large
fire burning in the middle, and every variety
of apparatus used in trapping wild animals
and all sorts of weapons employed in hunting,
will be di-played Trophies of the skill and
success of the sportsman will hang upon the
door-posts and walls. Game in all forms
fish, venison, birds, squirrels, and, of course,
the beaver, as that sagacious creature is one
of the most prominent emblems in the Cana
' m coat-of arms. The men's beds will be
made up around the interior of the hut, pre
cisely as such matters are arranged in a f or-
.Ve do not find fault, reproach or con
demn the practice of anjr regular physi-
cian this is not our mission but we do
claim that if he were to add PlRUNA to
his prescriptions, as directed in our book
on the" Ills ofLife," (and furnished grat
uitously by all druggists), he would cure
all his patients.
Mr. Henry C.Reynolds, Ironton, Law
rence County, Ohio, writes: Mjr wife
has been sorely distressed for many years.
I ler disease or diseases and the symptoms
of them have been so varied that an at
tempt to describe them would be more
than I feel able to undertake. I have
paid over a thousand (i,ooo) dollars for
doctors and medicines for her, without any
satisfactory results. We read so much
about your Pibuna that I was forced to
try it. She has now taken five bottles;
they have done her more good than all
the doctors and medicine that she has ev
er made use of. Perl'na is certainly a
God-send to humanity."
Mrs. O. L. Gregory, Las Vegas, San
Migvel County, New Mexico, writes: "I
think PieBka and Manalin saved mr
Mrs. Cora Engel, First House on La
relle street, near Rich, Columbus, Ohio,
cays: " It affords me much pleasure to
state to you the benefit I have received
from your Perunta. I had been troubled
with kidney complaint and dizziness in
my head for eighteen years. I tried diff
erent kinds of patent medicines, and con
sulted a number of physicians,but received
no benefit whatever. About three weeks
ago I commenced taking Perun a. I be
gan to get better before I had taken half
a bottle. The dizziness has disappeared,
and the other affection has so much im
proved that I am positive, after I will
have taken another bottle, I will be entire
ly well. I feel like a different person al
ready. A number of my friends have
used it, and they think it is a wonderful
remedy. My husband says it is one of
the best medicines for a cough that he
A. W. Blackburn, Wooster, O., writes:
" Several weeks ago a man came to me,
all broken down, terribly nervous, stom
ach without any power to digest food.
Had tried four doctors; nonedid him any
good. Asked mc to do something for
him. I recommended Manalin. lie
told me to-day that he has been taking it
regularly, and is now almost well. Said
he would sound the praises of Mahaun
far and near."
J N. JIatthe-- In The Current
I sin,; not of the summer fan l-,
Tuut lie leoud the rutl.ug seas
2or of thj f'imed He-peri le-.,
Nor any tropic i las u jr stni ids.
I sing a Luiil of p;ace and light,
Of lator, low, and liue.-ty--A
land wherom tho prophets see
The daw u of progress infinite.
No dreaming poet every drew
Upon tbo tablet of his thought
A land w ith fairer promise fraught,
Than this that opens ou my view.
The maiden empire of tho West,
Gold-sheenoJ, gold sandalled, and gold
crowned, Her brows with yellow harvests bound,
Her ample bosom blossom-drest
Her rythmic rivers flash and flow
Thro' meadows measureless, and here,
On banks of roses cities rear
Their temples in the sunset's glow.
Here birds of every tongue and tinge
Fly up and down the faughing lands.
From Michigan's surf -whitened sands
To where Ohio's floods infringe.
The skies of Italy are ours.
And ours the Lydian airs that blow
Bo lightly, lulhngly, and low.
At night-time, o'er tie sleeping flowers.
No ghostly ruins fret the wind,
No shattered shrines, no toppling towers
But ah 1 this peaceful realm embowers
The wealth of Ornrus and of Ind.
Nor is the soul of romance flown;
For here the poet's eye can trace
The vestige of a vanished race.
In field and forest, stream and stone.
And here a grander Rome will rise,
A Rome without a slave or king.
Round which a nobler race will spring.
With patriotic souls and wise.
A free-born people, proud and great,
With heart and hand to do and dare:
With strength to fashion firm and fair
The fabric of the growing State.
And Greece, beneath these western skies,
Will leap to life again, and breathe
Her spirit into stone, anl wreathe
The land with deathless melodies.
I trow no fancy can forecast
The fame, the splendor yet to be
Unscrolled before the world, when we
Are drawn into the dreamless past:
The Coffee Crop.
Under the emperor of Brazil the coffet
plantations ot that country have been greatly
developed of late years, which means large
increase in the coffee crop. The market of
the world are overstocked at present with
Bmllj Run Down.
Me was going along so slowly that his
shadow seemed to be pasted fast to the side
walk. Somebody said he was lazy; but he
sadly said he was doing the best he could,
and his trouble was debility caused by long
dyspepsia. "Then why don't you take
Brown's Iron Bitters," said a spry aeighbor
who was passing. "1 was run down badly,
but this Bitters did wonders for me." Mr.
Thos. Jones. Newark, Ohio, says, "I was so
debilitated I could not walk. Brown's Iron
Biters cured me."
Daughters, Yf it aud llottaars
We emphatically guarantee Dr. Ifarchist's
Catholicon, a Female Remedy, te cure Fe
male Diseases, such as avarian troubles, in
flammation and ulceration, falliag aad dis
placements or bearing dewa feeling, irregu
larities, barrenness, ehange ef life, leucer
hcci, besides many weakatsses springing
fron the above, like headesehe, 'bias tug,
spinal weaknesses, ileeplessaets, nervous de
bility, palpitation of ths heart, etc. For sal
by drugriils. Price f I and tl.SO per bottle.
Send te Dr. J. B. Marchist, TJtica, IT. T., for
pamphlet, free. For sals by Chas. Ludlow.
Buy Starlight Flour.
Ask your grocer for Diamond Light.
True reputation is only won by real char
acter and worth, that is, a reputation that is
worth "having and preserving. Charles C.
Cooper, of Orange, Essex county, N. J., writes :
"llishler's Herb Bitters fully sustained its
high reputation in my iase. I have found it
very beneficial in influenzs, and I believe my
case would have terminated fatally, without
it." In affections of the throat this bitters is
not less effective than in treating diseases ot
the stomach, bowels, liver and kidneys.
Youdi Hen 1 Read This.
The Toltaic Belt Co., or Marshall, Mich.,
offer te send their celebrated Electro-Toltaic
Belt aad other Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted
with nervous debility, loss ot vitality and
manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also fur
rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complets restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. Ho
risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al
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Buy Starlight Flour.
-Diamond Dyes will Color Any
thing any color, aad never tail. The easiest
and best way to economize. 10c. at all drug
gists. Wells, Richardson b Co , Burlington,
Vt. Sample Card 32 colors, and book et di
rections for 2 cent stamp.
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A Fortunata Discovery.
A new light is thrown on the subject ot
consumption by Dr. Wagner Kemp, discoverer
of Kemp's Balsam tor the throat and lungs.
A remedy that has proved itself to be a re
markable compound. It does its work thor
oughly, stopping a backing cough instantly.
Sold by Dr. T. J. Caper, druggist. Price 50
and $1. Trial size tree. Get one.
Buy Starlight Flour.
Ask your grocer for Diamond Light
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Fine White Shirts !
Laundried and Unlaundried.
The New Short Bosoms and Plaited
Fronts, Fancy Penang Shirts.
Boys' Shirts, Night Shirts.
All Garments are well made, from
flrot-claas materials aad ar perfect
X. B. Special Shirt Measure Taken.
FULTON & HYPES,
6 1-2 EAST MAIN ST.
CURES FOB PILES.
Pile3 are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight in the back, loins and lower part ot
ths abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
ha has ions effectiaa ot the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestioa are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles
yield at once te the application of Dr.
Eosanko's Pile Remedy, which sets directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying tht intens itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price SO cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakhaos Co.
Bay Starlight Flour.
Health la Wealth.
It is worth more than riches, for without it
riches cannot be enjoyed. How many peo
ple are without health who might regain it
bv using Kidney-Wort. It acts upon the
Liver, Bowels and Kidneys, cleansing and
atimulatiig them to healthy action. It cures
all disorders of these important organs, puri
fies the blood and promotes the general
health. Sold by all drugrists. See advt.
Buy Starlight Flour.
George Campbell, Hepkinsvillt, Ky., says:
Burdock Blood Bitters is the best preparation
for ths Blood and Stomach ever maaufac
tared. Buy Starlight Flour.
Stop That UnnfU.
Dr. Harchisi'a Rock Candy Cough Cure,
warranted to cure or money refunded, coughs,
colds, hoarseness, throat and lung troubles
also good for children. Rock Candy Cough
Care contains the healing properties ot pure
white rock candy, with extracts of roots and
herbs. Only 25 cents. Laige bottles $1,
cheapest to buy. For sals by Chas. Ludlow.
Ak your grocer for Diamond Light.
Bny Starlight Mour.
While money is close, wages and prices low,
expenses should be cut down in every house
hold. Economy, the watchword for mothers,
beads off doctor bills, by always keeping in
the house a bottle of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and
Lung Syrup. Stops a cough instantly, re
lieves consumption, cures croup and pain in
the chest in one night. It is just the remedy
for hard times. Price 50c and $1. Sample
free. Sold by Ad. Bakbaus & Co.
Ask your grocer for Diamond Light.
If you have a Sore Throat, a Cough or a
Cold, try B. B. Douglass & Sons' Capsicum
Cough Drops; they are pleasant to the taste,
perfectly harmUss, and will surely cure you.
Buy Starlight Flour.
Biwibi or Friuds. Be surt you get the
genuine Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. It cures
Colds, Croup, Asthma, Dealaess aad Rktu
atisra. Buy Starlight Flour.
Positive Cur for Files.
To the people ot this Ceunty we would say
we have been given the Agency of Dr. Mar
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. Ns Cure, No
Pay. For sals by Charles Ludlsw, Druggist.
Ask your grocer lor Diamond Light.
A UABU. To all who aro safTerlas trass
errors and indiccrettensof youth, nervoui weak
ness, early decay, loss ef nanhood, Ac., I will
end a reripe that will cun you, KKEI OF
CHAftGK. This gnat remedy wai discovered by
a mia-.tonary in bouth America, bend self-ad-dreswi
envelope to BBV. JOShPB T. 1NM.IH
citation !.. New fork.
Stamping out liiaeaao. The &hnkra 1S
lieve that nearlvalldlteases can be prevented by
maintaining icrfect digestion. Ther nevrr em
ploy doctor, because as loon as the digestion be
comes impaired they takeafewdosesof IhaShater
Extract of Koots iblegel's Syrup) and health it the
result, for it la a marvelous ramedy for dyspepsia.
Mrs. Hettie liauck: writes from Mormon Grove,
Grayson county, Texas, I8S4: "I am fifty years
old this month, andl must sav your medicine
has proved a wonderful medicine to dim. When
I first received it 1 could not sleep nights, and I
had a fluttering in the pit ot my stomach, I coufd
not bear my hand or the weight of my clothes on
it. bad a throbbing and a roaring ia my hcas.
I wai afraid if it continued 1 should lost my
mioa I oftautimes thought I was toe far gone
to td.anytilng, but your medicine has proved a
blery g to mt. The pain and miserable feeling
n my bead has got t. My bead ia clear and I
aleep soundly every night. lean recommtna it
with pleasure. Who would nott You may use
this letter if you like. It may fall into some
nanda afflettd aa I was. and 1 am aore the can
I find relief In you mtaitiaa." Tht Hkaktr Tar
' CaBt cast wsagh.
BRO - & CO-
SALE OK I10M3.
Natice ii hereby given that the city ot Spring
field, Ohio, will ofler for salt to the highest and
best blddsr at thaCouncilChamberinsaid city on
Tuewlay, tht 24th day af Fabruary, A. 1'. 1815, at
8 o'clock p. m.,tbe Loud of said city to the amaant
of thica thousand dollars (S3,00u) dollars; said
bondstobeof tht denomiaatioa of 11,009 each, to
bear G per cent, per ananm lntirest, payable
semi-annually, at theamceef the City Treasv-y,
in this city, or at the Importers' and Traders' Na
tional Fan k in New York City, at the option of tht
bolder thereof, on the first days of March and$ep
teinber in each year until tht payment of the
principarthereof. Said bonds to bt coupon bonds,
and to be issued for tht purpose of obtaining the
means far the conduction ot the main aowtr ta
Limestone street, and tht branches to aamt to
Hke street, Kizer atreet, and (Jraad avenut, ia
Taylor street sewer district or sewer district No. J.
Said bonds to bt due and payablt tht 1st day of
September, 1900, and when said are to be taken and
pa'd for by the purchaser thereof, at the office ef
the City Treasury in this city within fifteen (15)
days from the day of sale.
Bids for the purchase of said bonds may lit filed
in writing with the City clerk at any time prior
to the time above named for the sale of said bonds,
and bids, titherverbal orin writing, will bt re
ceived by said Council on said 2tth day of Febru
ary, at 8 o'clock p. m., when all bids will bt con
sidered by the Utr Council, s.d said bonds will
bt sold at not less than par value and accrued in
terest, subject to the ccaditions heretofore set
forth, to the higbestand best bidder.
By order of Council.
J. S. allGWALTEk. CitT eaerk.
On and after January 1st, 1SS5,
we shall sell Boots, Shoes and
liuhber Goods of every descrip
tion for LESS MONEY than yon
can buy them elsewhere.
HAXCE & CO.,
H West Main St
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tk Greatest Medical Triumph of tits Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lots ofappetitt. Bowels ctatl vt, Fata la
the head, with, a dull sensation In tht
hack part. Fain under the hoalder
blade, Fullness after eating, with mdle
Inclinatlonto exertion of body or mint.
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
feeiingofhavlng neglected tome duty,
Weariness, Dizziness, Flattering; at tho
Heart. Dote before the eyes. Headache
trver the right eye. Restlessness, with
tfnl dreams, Illshly colored Crist, and
TUTTS HlXa are especially adapted
to suctl cases, one) dose effects such a
chance of feelingas to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the AppeUte.and cause tht
body t? Takoon. FleabVthns the system Is
aaVnrhtd.ir," by thelrTonlc Action on
produced, intern aiiv.4in2IIL2222zS
TUTTS EXTRACT SARSAPARILL1
Eenovates the body, makes healthy flesh,
strengthens the weak, repairs the wastes of
the system with pure blood and hard muscle;
tones the nervous system, invigorates the
brain, and imparts the vigor of manhood.
$1. SoMbydWcists. ,
OITVICE 44 M array St., Newlors
HERVE 5c BONE
Pi-ie. 95. per oofffe. Introduced In 1KB by
Geo. Maratoo Allen. A painless, aura and
apeedy cure for Kheumattsm. Neuralgia, Old 8orea,
Bums, Sprains. Scalds. Cuts, Braises, Swellings and
all other bodily pains. )armers and owners of
stock recommend It as the best known remedy for
cure of Shoulder strains. Cracked Heels, Scratches,
Chafes or Galls, Sprains. Corks. Film In the yt,
ttc. Btirare tntitmtionm.
CM AS. H. A I .LKM. Jr.. Sole Prop, and Mann.
factureMfflce. No. 3 W. fch St.. Cincinnati, O.
WFer sale hr all DraaarUta.'
PAUL A. STALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Mechanical Expert
Patent Business exclusively. Patents So
Ueited. Boobs 8, Arcade Bnlldiaa;.
BasaaaTaBaMaBw a iHeVaw awLLawaaawgwaa
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Claveland, Colnmbue, Cincinnati and tn.
GREAT CESTKAL TBCCK HOTJTl.
EAST aistx wismi.
Through cars, with connecting in TTolta Peptt.
Only direct line via Cleveland, Buffalo and Mf
agra falls to New York and New England.
Uirect connections for all southern, rltuthwest
tra and .rf stern poinu, either by way of Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or rit. Louis. Fast Time, New
Equipment, and running through the meet popu
lar part of tht country: poatasing tvery appli
ance or sped and tomlort known to be service
able. The Best Koad-Hed and the Safest Bead in
tht West. Tickets by this papular route ftr salt
at all regular ticket offices.
A. J. SMITH, General Passenger Agent.
C. C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Tnlni Lmti 3:!oj Int.
Sprint;., Del. 4 Col. Accom..
S. Y. Jt Boston Express
Ulncin stl i N. Jf.Fast Line.
ClevviMij I r'ast f-iri
.11:35 a ra
Ails vi S&z Sntt.
Springfield A Cincinnati Express. ISaaa
Cln, 1 Indianapolis Express...
Cincinnati rasi libs
Dayton, CIn.,4 St. Ii.Ex
7:1. s aa
Sp'fd. A Cln. Accom, Sunday only,
Inlu Arrtts Tm Cnta,
X. Y. A Boston Exprens
Cln. A Delaware Express.
Ceveland Fast Line
Sp'fd. A Cln. Accom., Sunday only. 7-M a ra
Ctn. A N. Y. Fast i.in :2S ra
Tn& Arriva fra ZirL
S :2s a a
Delaware, Bp'fd. A Cln. ExprcM.
Cincinnati Fast Line. ,
yootbem bxnress 1:45
Columbus, Delaware aa I rprin jlield Ac 7:3 p m
rhese train ,ie the only ones running on
Tratu t.avlnc at 1L33 a. m. has through
sleeplnr car to lioeton without change.
The train leaving at 3:35 has parlor carte
Cleveland, connecting with tne tnroujb.
bleeper to New Yort and Bobton.
All trains run uy Central standard Time
which is 23 minutes slower than Springfield Unit.
15 so. II. JCXIUHT,
Ticket Agent,.Arcade Uetet,
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THHQUOH PASSENGEfl TBAINS 3
w Jail j , eacli way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern Coaches on Say Trains,
Steel Kails, Miller Platforms and
Couplers, Air Brakes and all
Shortest and Bloat Desirable Route Be
tween the Eitat and West. Through
Tlckeca and Basgs;e Checks
o all Principal folnta.
Particular advantages offered to Western Emi
grants. Land and Tourist Tickets to all polan.
reached by any line.
PasseagerlrainsleareSpringfield.O ,!iom Unlea
Depot as follows:
Going East. 12:40 a. m., 10.05 a. m., 5:40 a. au
t.oing West, 1:45 a. m., 11:35 a. m., 5:3a p. am.
Uoing South, O. . K. .. 10:30 a. m., 5:t3 a. aa.
From hist, 1:30 a. m.,5.15 p. m., 11:15 a. na.
From West, 12:15 a. m.. 9-.& a. m., 5.04 p. at.
Erem North, 12:30 a. m., 3:00 p. m.
From South 9:50 a. m., 4:30 p. m.
C E. Henderson, H. H. Bronscn,
Cen'l Uanager. Genl Ticket Aft.
D. II. ltOCllC Agent, BpringSI d, a
Ohio 5onthern Division.
Trains Arrlie from Jackson and Washington C. M.
Spring ('Id & jc
No. 1 (except Sunday).
No. (excej teunday)...
. 5:15 p.m.
-10:10 a. m:
4:33 p. an
:S0 a. an
Trains Depart for Jackioa lid WitfclngtM C H.
Springfld B. B.
No. 2 (except Sunday).
No. 4 (except Suaday).
.11:45 a. m.
10-30 a. aa.
, T. F. A; O. RAILWAY.
Trtlsa Lane ec!ag tut
gprlngfld K. at.
No. 4, M. T. Limited Ex10:3b a. m. IMS a. am.
No. S, Mew York Express.. 5:19 p.m. 4 49 a. aa.
No. IA Atlantic Express 10:34 a. m. 2:M a. as.
Trims lam gslcg West.
Springfld K. at.
Ne. I, Cln. and West'n Fi-12:51 p. m. 12:23 p. aa.
No. 3, Tacifie Express 2:24 a. m. 1:59 a. as.
No.5,St.L. Limited Ex SiU p. m. 5:29a.m.
These trains are the only ones running' on Sna
day. Free hack to trains oce hour before time of de-
Jarture. J. D. 1'hlkgee, 'ticket Agt.; office at,
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C.&St.X. Railway.
LITTLE MIAMI DIVISION SPHISPItL
CZSTKAL SliSDIED TjJU.
FstL'e. an. Ac. W. Ex. M. ftx
60150 WEST 30. L No. II. No. 7. No. s.
Lv. Springfield... 6:t0am 11:0 am 4.00pm 8:45pm
Lv. xel. bpnngs. 6:20am li:24am 4:21pm s.cepaa
Arrive Xeuia. 4.40am 11:50am 4:15pm s-.33pas
Arr.rincinnatLia30a 2:30pm 7:0vpm
Arr. Co!umbus. 9.30am 7:25pm llSpsa
Arr. Louisville-. 7:30pn 12:30am Il.SOpas
Fst L'e. Col. AcXen. Ae.Iim.mc
soi.18 aasT N5-4. No. 12. No. 10. Jo. a.
Levs Louisville. 2:43am .. . S:t0psa
Lv. Cincinnati... 7:4.'am 2:30pm 7:23pm
Arr.Columbtuwll:4Uni 7:00pm ll:2Spss
Arrive Xenla10.0i.-ani 4.10pm l:ispm 3Jpsa
Lv. TeL Sprinxs.l0:31am 5:36pm 2:Iupm lfcSSpas
Arr.Mpriatield.lO:55am &15pm 2 40pta IS.Wpam
Train No. 1 makes connections at Xenia far Ce
lumbus, tnashiegton C II. and Chillicotha. Be.
'11 through train for all points South asd If oaL
Ne 7 estern Express through train far Cincin
nati, Louisville and all points South; Iadiaape
Its, bt. Louis snd all points West; Loansport aad
Chicago and all paints .North and Northwest. He.
5 is a through tram tor all points East, Baltimore,
Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boarea ana
poinu in ths New England autes.
Tickets and Bafrgnce Checks and reliable la
foruatiou, can tm obtained ot the Company
agente, and at the ofice of the Company'o Agsat,
this city. Particular information as te Iraia
connections, Kates, etc., cheerfully f uralsked.
CaUea J. M. 11 IKES, City flcket Agent
J AS. Me UCKEA, Manager.
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