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QLOBE BBPTTBIld. SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 28 1885.
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March 27. S. H mid Miner.
6J0a. m ! SW I Cloudy
H-SO a. m . SI 8 U I Fair
2:0 p. m 57 W 1 Fair
6-30 p. m . 45 W I Fair
in n p. t 40 W 1 lair
Meaute-'tiperBtur 43" above aeru. reiuperatuie
ol same dale in ?'i 52 above. Temperature cf
Mm Lie in If 31 above, temperature ol urnt
t In l", 35' above aero.
C. J. Coffman, of Dajton, was in the city
A. B. Coley, agent for the Partincton Com
pany, is at the LajonJa Uoue.
John McUonigal, of the Arcade Hotel, is
feeing the eleplant at Cincinnati today.
Miss Allie Mills, ot Columim;, is vhitioj:
her sister, Mrs. William Wood, 216 West
Mr. David Snivel, brother ol Edwin Shivel,
ot the GLOBi-Rtrciuc, has been Waiting the
latter gentleman, and left last evening.
Yesterday llaud Crowell was fined $10 and
costs and Lena $1 and costs. These are the
girls arrested in company with John Smith
night before last.
Hiss Nannie Louise Haman returned yes
terday to her home in Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
after a pleasant visit ol two weeks with Mrs.
A. Q. Chase, of Kizer street.
Rev. Dr. W. C. Falconer, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, arrived at borne from
St. Louis .this forenoon, and will occupy his
pulpit tomorrow morniop and evening.
la the suit of Campbell against Beach and
McDonald for stealing a horse and carriage,
tried before 'Squire R'ghtmyer, yesterday, the
defendants were bound over in the sum of
La Motte, who is charced with an assault
upon the person of Mrs. Mary Michael, had a
bearing yesterday before 'Squire Rightmyer,
which resulted in his being bound over in the
sum ot $200.
The movement for an Eist End passenger
depot on Mail street crossirg and another at
East street is being agitated again. The
scheme is a good one and would, we believe,
be St good thing for both the citizens and
Urbana Citizm: "Harry Arthur, a nine-year-old
boy of Springfield, was picked up by
Officer Clary yesterday afternoon on a tele
gram from the boy's grandmother. The boy
is a bright little chop an says he was going
to St. Pns to see bis older brother."
Mr. Frank E. James, formerly of th:s city,
but now instructor ot penmanship at Actiuch
College, Yellow Spiings. was in the city yes
terday. Mr. James has rucc:ededin establish
ing a thorough commercial department in the
college, which ii one of the many testimo
nials of hit professional ability.
White the Erglisb- Russian war would be
deplorable to the actual participants, it would
nevertheless be a boom to this country, and
particularly so to Springfield. It will advance
the prices of gtain and provisions, this will
necessitate a more extended use ot farm im
plements, which will require more labor, more
shops, higher wages and full time.
R. P. Love, one of the most prominent cit
izens of Mad River township, has decided, on
account of ill health of himself and tanily, to
tell bis fine farm in the Mad River district,
two miles from Yellow Springs, and seek a
more favorable climate, a step that he regrets
himself to take and that will be regretted by
neighbors and friends, at once for the cause
and result. There are, perhap, no better
farms in the county than the Love place, con
sisting of 180 acres of land adapted to any
purpose, with an unusually extensive outfit ot
farm buildings in good condition, including
two tenant houses. Two good pike reads
pass the place, which is close to schools,
churches, railroad and stores. See advertise
ment in another column.
William Henry was brought to the station
house yesterday afternoon considerably under
the influence of repeated potations from the
flowing bowl. William was assigned his
quarters and immediately turned into his
bunk. Unfortunately, William was restless,
and in the course of his twisting and tarning
rolled ont of bed and struck his head a sound
ing thump against the stone floor. This
seemed to relieve him somewhat, and he
rested easier thereafter. Charles Pierce was
run in by Ward for loitering. A young gen
tleman from our neighboring city of Urbana
made himself conspicuous by bis disorderly
conduct last night, and was brought to the
station house to repent. James Mooney
played the drunk and disorderly act last
sight, and will probably do the sackcloth and
ashes act today.
A Kindergarten m Springfield.
It is proposed to organize and establish a
kindergarten in Springfield; the classes to be
under the control and supervision of an expe
rienced kindergarten teacher, who will also
give instructions to a limited number of
ladies, who may desire to take a course of
training in Froebel's method of child training.
with a view to becoming practical teachers in
In the kindergarten proper, children from
three to ten years of age will be trained and
instructed, strictly in accordance with the
spirit of Froebel's method.
The little ones may enter the class at any
time. However, it is much better for the
children to be punctual, regular and constant
in attendance, Dot only as an invaluable
means of training- to form orderly and syste
matic habits, but because the beautiful and
charming system of gifts, games, songs, plays,
and occupations, is so wonderfully linked to
gether, so inseparably interwoven, that to
lose or omit any part of it is like a stit:h
dropped, or a strong link broken in the gold
en chain. It mars the beauty and weakens
The entire sys'en is one enchanting, allur
ing, logical, sequence, which seeks thiough
systematic plays, songs, games and occupa
tions, to educate and develop th child's phys
ical, intellectual and moral nature.
Those withing to eater children for the
spring term, or teachers desiring to take train
ing may obtain all desired knowledge concern
ing tuition, &;., by consulting with or ad
dressing Mias. Viola R. Fox, 104 South Me
chanic street, in this city.
Funeral or the Lute John Kershner.
Funeral services over the remains of Coun
cilmen John Kershner were held yrslerday
afternoon at his residence, No. 266 East
street, and it is but seldom such a concourse
ol people is seen gathered on tuch an occa
sion. Not only the house but the grounds
and walk outside were densely packed,
Mayor Constantine and Clerk Clifford, with
every member and attache of the City Coun
cil being present. The exercises were im
presive, conducted by Rev. A. E. Wagner,
pastor ot the Second English Lutheran
church, (of which deceased was a member)
assisted by Rev. Mr. Smith, pastor of the First
cburcb. Rev. Mr. Wagner's remarks
were brief but to the point, do
ing full justice ' to and puttiag in
a clear light the exemplary life and excellent
character of the deceased, without being in
the slightest degree fulsome. He spoke of
Mr. Kershner as the kind and loving husband
and father, the considerate neighbor, upright
citizen, devoted church member and true,
trustworthy, in judgment and honest official.
While the world ou'side might not feel the
less, each of the interests specified would
realize that the death of John Kershner was
much to them, and in death he would still
exertan influence for good; a thought to com
fort mourning ones in their affliction. Speak
ing of the closing hoars the preacher said
that Mr. Kersbner'a last illness was most
painful, but in all his sufferings be was
never heard to murmur or complain, but
to the speaker and to members of
bis family spoke of his faith in
a loving Savior which he knew would carry
him through, as it did. He had no fear of
death, which found him prepared. Rer. Mr.
Wagner spoke with power and feeling in urg
ing this faith npon one and all, and closed
with a brief, fervent prayer.
The remains were then removed from the
house Robert Johnson, President City Coun
cil, Prof. B. F. Prince, Wm. Lupfer, D. R.
Hosterman, Jesse C. Trimmer, former business
pirtner of deceased, and Azel B.Smith acting
ss pall bearers to FeraclifT cemetery, w hete
tbey were placed in the vault for he present.
Following are the resolutions drawn up by
the committee ot the City Council designated
fdr that duty at the last meeting:
To the Honorable City Council:
Gextlimex: Your special committee ap
pointed to draft suitable resolutions express
ing the sorrow of the members of this Council
at the departure from life of our esteemed
fellow number, John Kershner, beg leave to
offer for adoption the following resolutions:
Whereas, It has pleased an inscrutable
Providence to temore from our midst our es
teemed fellow member, John Kershner; there
fore be it
Resolved, That in his death we hare lost
an honored, upright and able member, whose
valuable advice and assistance will be greatly
missed in our deliberations.
Resolved, That we extend to the bereaved
widow and family our heartfelt sympathy in
their trial, and wish them such coodslence as
can enly be obtained through the mercies of
Resolved, That these resolutions be spread
uponihe minutes ot Council and a copy there
o' be sent to the mourning family and that
they be published iu all the city papers.
A. L. Lissneb, "I
B F. Pbi.vce, I Commmittee.
J. H. Dbiscol, J
Transfers of Real Estate.
Fanny E. Tuttle to James T. Eichelbarger,
quitclaim toonr-tourtl interest in 44 acres
of land in German township: $800.
Lewis Schaller to C. L. Heistand, trustee,
3 acres land in Bethel township: $225.
W. B. Baker, sheriff, to Bertha Wbiticar, 40
acres land in Pike township: $2,400.
Amos Botkin to Harvey L. Brooks, 68 33
100 acres land in German township: $7,000.
Harvey L. Brooks to Amos Botkin, prop
erty in Tremont: $2,200.
John H. Schaumleffel to Harry H. Shearer,
lot ia Tibbitt's addition: $898.
Christian Snyder t William Snyder, 4 82
100 acres land in German township: $1,000.
Eliza Bauyer to 1). M. Talbot, lot on South
ern avenue: $1,500.
Jacob Galzenleichter to Conrad Kaffenbar
ger, 15 acres land in Bethel township: $1,300.
Second Ward Democrats.
There will be a meeting of Second ward
Democrats Monday evening at 7:30 at the
Western engine house, for the purpose ot
ominating ward officers. This meeting is
called on account of the small attendance at
Wednesday night's meeting. Every Democrat
not present will be fined $5 and costs.
By Order of Committee.
General Order Mo. 13.
Headquarters Pixa Hat Battalisx, "I
SrstsoriELD, O., March 28, 1885.
Commandants ot Companies will assemble
their respective commands at the Wigwam
next Friday evening, April 3d, a 7 o'clock,
sharp. J. S. Bogle,
E. M. Campbell, Colonel Commanding.
Special Order Mo. 1.
HSADQUAXTERS PlCO Hat BaTTALIOS, 1
Springfield, O., March 28, 1885.
All officers ol the Plug Hat Battalion, com
missioned and non-commissioned, will report
at their headquartea (room 10, Commercial
building) at 7:30 o'clock next Monday even
ing, March 30, 1885, for special duty.
J. S. Boole, Colonel.
Thirty-seven colored Baptists will try the
temperature of Back creek tomorrow. We
advise them to retire within their hardest and
thickest clothes daring the ceremony of im
mersion,. LOCAL NOTICES.
A Welkins; Skeleton.
Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanicsbnrg, Pa.,
writes: "I was afflicted with lung fever and
abscess on lungs, and rednced to a walking
Skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
which did me so much good that I bought a
dollar bottle. After using three bottles,
found myself once more a man, completely
restored to health, with a hearty anpetite.aad
a gain in flesh of 48 lbs." Call at Chas.
Ludlow's Drug Store and get a free trial bot
tle of this certain cure for all Lung Diseases.
Large bottles $1.00.
Thousands Say So.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kansas, writes:
"I never hesitate to recommend your Electric
Bitters to my customers, they give entire sat
isfaction and are rapid sellers." Electric Bit
ters are the purest and best medicine known
and will positively cure Kidney and Liver
complaiats. Purify the blood and regulate
tl e bowels. No family can afford to be with
out them. Tbey will save hundreds of dollars
in doctors' bills every year. Sold at fifty
cents a bottle by Chas. Ludlow.
Bocklen'a Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cats
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c per box. For sale by
Giving In Marriage.
Come, let us sit together for a space.
In this still room remote lrom friendly
Afar from light and music face to face.
Each unto each the dearest thine on earth.
Love, they have left us, our two bonny brides.
Our tall, grave girl, our winsome, laughing
Ah me? 'How wide the chasm that divides
Our life from theirs; how far their feet are
From the calm path they trod with us so long.
How we shall miss them, wo who loved them
On winter nights when winds are blowing
strong, . , ,
On sunimcrinornlngs, when the roses blow.
Ilut happy but e still clasp band In hand.
Eye still meets eye and true hearts unacr
6tand. Love, they have left us empty of the mirth
That cheered our homestead while they so
journed here: m ..
Yea, they havo left us lonely on the earth.
Lone, but together, solitude most dear;
Ah. God. go with tbcm to tho stranger nests.
That lot e has built for them and theirs
Ood keep all warm and living In their breasts
ho e"s holy tlaiuc the altar-flre of home.
Dear.they have left us: we no longer hold
Tho first, best place, however leal each
Yet hao we treasure left, refined gold.
Lore's sterling ore, without Its baser part.
The wide old house has lost Its nestling birds.
Hut wo are left. Ah, love, what need of
AU the Year Bound.
Tho Coming Coats.
For fall dress the regular "swallow
tail" has, of course, the lead, but we
are pleased to note that great liberties
are being taken with this sedate, time
and usher-honored garment. Each of
our leading houses has its own pet
ideas about tho most artistic form. In
fact, a divergence of opinion has re
cently developed which unmistakably
illustrates a feeling of decided satisfac
tion with the iron-bound laws which
have been so long obeyed in the pro
duction of this coat.
The double-breasted frock is as popu
lar as ever. For day dress there is no
other style so suitable, and it is also a
great favorite for business wear by
professional men and others whose
business requires them to be particular
ly well dressed. It is made about the
same as last fall, the changes being a
lower roll and slightly wider shoulders,
with sleeve a triflo larger. The lengths
are the same.
Morning coats are made to close
with four, three or one button, the
four-button form being decidedly tho
most popular. The features common
to these forms are high shoulder scams,
moderate waists and full length,
moderate width of back at waist, wider
shoulders, and larger sleeves than last
season, a lower opening than last sea
ion and more general ease.
In walking coats a style which will
enjoy some favor is made with a waist
length of twenty and a full length of
thirty-two inches. This coat is but
slightly cut away in front, rolls about
the same as a morning coat and has
rather wider shoulders. Made from
check or plaided goods, it is a very at
No matter what other styles may be
in favor, the sack always enjoys a con
siderable popularity. For office and
business wear, there is no other style
so comfortable, convenient, and suit
able, and for this reason no other can
displace the sack-in popular favor. Be
sides these advantages, the sack looks
well in, and is better adapted to, the
more pronounced styles of fabric than
any form of the frock. For the coming
season, the four-button sack with a
light roll, say four inches deep, with
the fronts boldly rounded from the
lower button, will be the favorite style.
The London "Cop."
As I was on my way to my hotel I
had a chance to see how London po
licemen handle drunken me. The
drunken man, a hale and well fed En-
flishman, was lying in a doorway, on
is back, with both feet and legs floun
dering in the air, as if trying to kick at
some imaginary object. At the same
tirao ho was shouting lustily. Along
came Mr. Officer. Instead of applying
the locust at once he asked the drunk
en fellow in a very kind way whether
he did not think it best to gather him
self up and try to walk off. Upon
which the fellow very saucily told the
officer he considered himself fully as
good in every respect as tho officer.
This did not aggravate the officer, but
he kept on advising him to try his lev
el best to get up and walk, to which he
answered he would not as much as un
dertake such a thing. After which the
officer, after a good deal of useless
coaxing, proceeded as a fond mother
does when she picks up a child which
has fallen on the floor. He carefully
grasped him under both arms and lift
ed him up bodily. As I left the officer
was tapping the fellow on the shoulder
and patting him under the chin, telling
him to be good and to go home if he
could. Cor. Buffalo Express.
The London policemen seem to be of
wonderfully truthful disposition for
men who see so much of the worst side
of human nature. One of them stop
ped an American the other day, be
cause he carried a "suspicious-looking"
tin box. The officer wanted him
to "swear on his honor" that it did not
contain dynamite. The American
"swore" and was allowed to proceed.
Apparently the policeman reasoned
that a man who carried dynamite could
not lie about it Such faith in the word
of a stranger is touching and chival
rous, but over here such a policeman
would be considered decidedly in need
of salting. New York Tribune.
He Was Sorry.
The other morning a tramp walked
up to one of our prominent citizens on
the street and, shivering with cold,
begged him for a quarter with which
to ouy something to eat. The promi
nent citizen stopped and looked at bis
trampship pityingly, then replied:
"My good man, how long is it since
you had a meal?"
"Two days," said the tramp, as his
knees shook and his teeth chattered.
"I am very sorry, my friend, but I
have not had a dinner for two weeks."
The tramp opened his eyes and looked
wild, and his teeth ceased chattering
and his knees no longer quaked as he
drew breath with difficulty and sadly
"Here is a quarter, poor fellow.
Take it and go and get some grub."
"But I am not a beggar!" cried tho
"I know, I know," the tramp re
plied; "but you arc the champion liar
of tho country. You were picking your
teeth when I met you." Bloomington
Ia This a Degenerate Ace?
No, it is not. People may howl and grum
ble, but generally they are the very ones who
themselves are degenerate, or who have de
generate stomachs and livers. It is a good
age, for it has given us the best iron medicine
the world ever saw, and snch as no previous
age conceived of. Brown's Iron Bitters is
just making the present age happy, for it
cures dyspeptic, rheumatic ana nervous people,
and sets the languid people on their feet with
joylul triumph. Mr. A. Berry, of North Cas
tine, Maine, says, "Wife and I were both weak
and in poor health. Brown's Iron Bitters
Itching and Burning!
I have tried for eleven years to have my wife
cured of a twlble skin dieM. The Cuticura
Kehediks (I UT1CCR RESOLVENT, the new Mocl
Turiaer, internally, and UTict'Ra, the great skin
Cure, and Ccnccaa fcoar. an eiquhite Aln Beau
tiller, externallrl have done in ilx weeks what I
have tried for eleven years to have done. You
shall have the particulars as noon as 1 can give
them to you, and as we are so well know in la'a
part ol the country, it will benefit jou, and the
remedies will cure all who me them.
Matsvillk, Kr. CHAS. H. WIIITE.
I used your Cuticuha REUEDi.sfor Blotches,
and am completely cured, tomyineapressiblo Jov
Cutici ra Soap is the beat I hate ever used, and to
the profession it is invaluable for c raising the
skin, thereby removing all 'cork," gve'Se. faint,
and all the smn used by them, leaving the akin
pure and white and soft. My createst pleasure is
InrecommeDdiBEsuchananicle. H. SIAcK,
thampion Comique Boiler Skater.
I hiTe had the Stlt Rheum for abou t t'jree years,
and ha spent time aoI taooejr to have It cured,
without Biiccess until I tried the Cuticuba Bxm
edies, which are doing the work.
G. J. YOUNG.
Marsh field, Coos Co., Ob eg ox.
Having pail about MOO to first-class doctors to
cure my baby, without success, f tried the Cun
cuea Remedies, which eoapltelr cured after
using three bottles. WM. OOK1ON.
87 ASUKGTOJe-AVK., CllAELESTOW.V, MA8S.
Sold everywhere. Price: Ccticcra, 50c ; Soar,
2.V.; Resolvent, ft. Potter 1'Blu and Ciieh-
ICAL Co., IIOSTOX.
Send for "Uowto Cure Skin Diseases."
CURA -OAP fur KoukH, Chapped
ana Kctineneu bitta and uaiids.
Complete Treatment, with Inhaler, for
every form of Catarrh, $1.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Head Colds, Watery Discharges from the Hose
and Eves, Ringing oises In the Head, Nervous
Headache and Fever instantly relieved.
Choking mucus dislodged, membiane cleansed
and healed, brt-ath sweetened, smell, taste and
heariogre"tored,acd ravages cheched.
Cough, Rromuitis. Droppings into the Throat,
Tains In thet'hest. Dyspepsia, asting of Strength
and Flesh, Loss of bleep, etc, cured.
One bottle Radical ure, one box Catarrhal Sol
vent and one IT. Sanford Inhaler, iu one pockage,
of all druggists, for SI. Ask for Saxford's Rad
ical Cure, a pure distillation of n itch-Hazel,
Am. Pine. Ca. I- ir. Marigold, Clover Blossoms, etc.
Pottar DrnX & Chamloal Co.. Bostoa.
New Llio for Stuttered
rves. Painful Muscles
and Weakened Orgata.
Collins' Voltaic Elec
tric Plaster Instantly aN
fects Ihe nervoua system
and banishes pain, nervous
ness and debility. A perfect
Bbcwmiw iery combined wllh at
PI iCTCOS,l,lllI ms-dlelnal Plaa
! 1 Wivs ler for jjj A1, dmjgi.i,.
W. H. Van ias:.l of the I. B. k W. has re-
turned from a prolonged trip tbraugh the
Seutfc. Re brought back with him a curiosity
in the shape of a bacana bless im.
The Egyptian question is bothering: the
beads of the European statesmen, and the
newspapers are full of the discussion. It
would take eolumes of the newspapers to
hold all the testimonials to the value of Misb
ler's Herb Bitters, the great cure for dyspep
sia, kidney and liver diseases, cholera mor
bus, cramp, colic, dysentery, diarrhoea and
impurities of the blood. Three doses cuted
the little child of Henry Fisher, of Duncan
non, Pa., of a severe case of diarrhoea.
'Who of us are without our troubles, be they
small or large? The blessings of health are
best appreciated when we are sick and in pain.
A hackmg cough, a severe cold or any throat
or lung diseases are very troublesome; but all
these may be quickly and permanently cured
by Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure. Safe and
pleasant lor children. Price 50 cents. Tilal
size free. Theo. Trout e k Co.
FBOPKB TREATMENT FOR COUGHS.
That the reader may fully understand what
constitutes a good Cough and Lung Syrup,
we will say that Tar and Wild Cherry is the
basis of the best remedies yet discovered
These ingredients, with several others equally
as efficacious, enter largely into Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung Syrup, thus making it one
of the most reliable now on the market.
Price 50 cts. and $1.00. Samples free. Sold
by Ad. BaLhaus k Co.
Never neglect a constipated condition of
the bowels, or serious results will surely fol
low, such as piles, impure blood and many
chronic complaints. Burdock Blood Bitters
is the remedv.
As an Appetizer, Dr. Carpenter's Calculi
ResolTeot has do equal. Sold by J. J.
I haTe been a sufferer two years from ca
tarrh or cold in the head, haying distressing
pain over my eyes. Granually the disease
worked down upon my lunps, my left ear
was almost deaf, my voice was failing me. )
procured one bottle of Ely's Cream Balm
and within five dayi my bearing was restored
the pain ceased orrr my eyes, and I am now
enjoying good bealtb. I recommended it to
some of my friends. One ol them sent for a
bottle. He told me that half of it cored
him. My advice is to those suffering from
catarrh or cold in the head not to delay but
try Ely's Cream Balm, as it is a positive cure.
John H. Vansant, Sandy Hook, Elliott
In the pursuit of the good this world we
anticipate too much; we eat out the heart and
sweetness of worldly pleasures by delightful
forethought of them. The results obtained
from the use of Dr. Jones's Red Clover Tonic
far exceed all claims. It cures dyspepsia, aid
all stomacb, liver, kidney and bladder troubles.
It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, blood purifier,
a sure cure for ague and malarial diseases.
Price 50 cents. Theo. Troup- Co.
Quinsy troubled me fortweaty years. Since
I started usicg Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil, hare
not had an a'tact. The oil cures sore throat
at once. Mrs. Letta Conrad, Standisb, Mich,
October 24, 18S4.
The Prettiest I.adj In Springfield
Remarked to a friend the other day that she
knew Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and
Lungs was a su erior remedy, as it stopped
her cough instantly when others had no ef
fect whatever. So to prove this Dr.T. J.
Carper, Diuggist, will guarantee it to all.
Price 50 cents and $1. Trial size free.
True American men and women bv reason
ot their strong constitution, beautilul forms,
rich complexions and characteristic enerzy,
are envied by all Dation. It is the general
a e of Dr. Barter's Iron Tonic, which brings
about these results.
If you are suffering from a sense of ex
treme weariness, try one bottle of Ayeri
Sarsaparilla. It will cost you but one dollar,
and will do you incalculable good. It will do
away with that tired feeling, and give you
new life and energy.
The Largest and Most Complete .
Stock of Carpets
We have ever shown. Moquette and Body Brussels in
all the new patterns. 300 pieces Tapestry, all
i ONE SHOULD FAIL TO SEE THIS LINE OF CARPETS !
Prices Lower than was Ever Before Known.
Two-ply Carpets at 25, 30, 35 and 40c. Lowell & Hartferd
A Full Line of Rugs, Mats and Hassocks,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Our Dry Goods Buyer is now in the eastern markets buy'
ing an immense slock of Staple and Fancy Dry GeoHs.
Look out for Bargains next week.
BLACK, BRO. & CO.
6 1-2 East Main.
NEW SPRING HATS,
The Correct Styles in Stiff and Soft.
"Broadway" Silk Hat.
A Large Assortment, flenntifal Pat
tern. Prices Moderate.
FULTON & HYPES,
Main St. Hatters & Furnishers.
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
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cono Alf I !an, bo-h
li.'.in;; v3 rxtcricrs.
J. WOLrP, Art. Sprlnrfleld.
Those nnhappy persons who suffer from
nerTonsness and dyspepsia should use Car
ters Little Nerre Pills, which nre niade ex
pressly for sleepless, nerrous, dyspeptic suf
ferers. Price 25 cents, all druggists.
Hare you a cough ? Sleepless nights need
no longer trouble you. The use ot Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, before retiring, will soo'be
the cough to quiet, allay the inflammation,
and allow the needed repose. It will, inore
orer, speedily heal the pulmonary organs,
and gire you health.
CUBES FOB PILES.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ot
weight in the back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, caLsing the patient to suppose
he has some effection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomacb, etc A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a Tery disagreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pilrs
yield at once to the application of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly
npon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price SO cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakbaus Co.
A Grat InacoT.ry.
Mrs. Emma Clark's Hair Restorer remotes
dandruff from the scalp and renders it per
fectly healthy. It will cure all diseases of
the scalp, also cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous headache and removes pimples from the
face, restores gray hair to its natural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of the hair.
This preparation is perfectly free from pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Restorer is pie
pared and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or her au
thorized agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
trial. Price 75 cents and $1 per bottle.
For sale by Ad. Bakbaus k Co., Druggists,
23 East Main street, and H. H. Wolle, corner
Market and High streets, Theo. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
Henry Scbccnhals, foreman Henry Krug
Packing Co , St, Joseph, Mo , uses Dr. Thom
as' Eclectric Oil with his men for sprains,
cuts, bruises, chapped hands, etc It is the
The best on earth, can truly be said ot
flrigg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure, safe
and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns, wounds, and all other cores. Will
positively cure piles, tetter and all skin erup
tions. Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Only 25
cents. Sold by Theo. Troupe k Co.
He Tnanks His Paper.
Mr. Editor: I was induced by reading
your good paper to try Dr. Barter's Iron
Tonic tor debility, lher disorder, and scrofula,
and three bottles bare cured me. Accept my
thanks. Jos. C. Boggs. Ex.
As a raindrop foretells a storm, so does a
pimple upon the human body indicate health
destroying virus in the blood, wtrcb can be
neutralized and expelled only by Dr. Barter's
B. H. Douglass k Sous' Capsicum Cough
Drops are manufactured by themselves and
are the result of over forty years' experience
in compounding cough mixtures. 6
BRO. fc CO.
Biiffht'a Dlseane, Grarel, and ail Uvi
and Kidney Disease,
a result of Calculi or htone. composed of carbon
ttes of lime anJ magnesia, etc., precipltateJ In
hevltil organs bv the elimination of the car
bonic acM ks lrom our drinking water and reg
etat les, which contain these carbonate in lare
Vtm rliif In Ham mat I on and other diseases of
females hare the same aggravating cause. Calculi
also form in the Hepatic IMict cusm derange
ment of the Liver and introducing a train of
stomach lner.fri.as ijpepla accompanied
by our Miiimtch and Impure Brenth. Other
rrul of Cat ult are Pal tn the Back aud
L.Itil, euralc.nt lth-utnatlm, and Gen
eral EaMIiule accompanied br derangement of
the vital and secretary organs.
Thee Calculi are the same (with the addition of
uric acid) as the deposits found in every teakettle.
Calculi ItcKMl vent dUiot'gratesand causes th-m
to pass away In fine particles without injury to
the or ans ihtmselres, and cures the resultant
diseases, a result Ion sought by medical science,
but never beiore attained.
Sold by DrujgUts generally. Price SLOO
For Sale by
J. J. BROWN,
8. Limestone Street.
McMonagle & Rogers'
These extracts are known to many, but
if any fail to know them, we say give
them a trial and you'll use no others.
They tar excel all others in strength and
uniformity of quality, and the best dealers
sell them'here and elsewhere.
BIck Headache and relieve all ft. traabla ra
I. i t.Thiifnnaatitiinf thnarati aafaaaTta-
xtnesa, Nanaea, Srowsiseaa, DM
PnlninthaftMe.e. Whll. tl
valuable ia ConaUpatlon, curias and aranasfac
ihi. .nnovhiir umnlaint. whilalaav also aarmt
all disorder, of tb. stomach, sttaialata U. freer
suffer lrom this distressing complafat; Dot forta
aolelnaoinanvwayathattheywraaotkewnUssj to do without them. Bat after aUakk head
Isthenane of so many Urea that here i whan i ws
makeeur great boait. Oar piUa ear It while
Other, do Dot. ,..
Carter's utile Jjrar nus areTyu"
. ..!.- i i Til, ii ! ii Ann
OSlQuU IU wiiewvM. 'w y-
b v drnreislB crervwhea. or Mat by Bail.
C1BTEB MEDICI5E CO.. Jew Ywfc
I n tl a in a t loa,
Heals the Seres,
Sense of Taste
Fifty centa at drvgglsU; 60 cents bymall regis
tered. rnd tor circular. SampU bv mall 10 eta.
ELYBBUTHEBS Sruggiats, Oswef, M. Y-
They are strictly vegetable and do not frlpeor
trori., but by their gmtle action pleaeyallwh;
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
Olavalaad, Columbua, Cincinnati and la.
GEEAT CENTRAL TBUCK BOUTE.
EAST AJST WEST.
rbrongh ears, with eonnectle. In Union Depot.
Only direct Una via Cleveland, Baflalo and tfl
agra tails to New York and New Lcgltnd.
Direct connections for all 8oathem, Southwest
ern and titern poiota, cither by way f Ciacla
natl, Indianapolis or ft. Louta. Faat Tim., .Saw
Equipment, and runnlDg thrvugh th. mast popa
lar part ot th. country; poaseulng every appli
ancr speed and comfort koown to be wrvice
able. Th. Beat Koad-Brd and th. safeat Baad ia
th. Weat. Tickets by thla pemlar rout, f.r sale
at all regular ticket office..
.4. J. SMITH, General Paannger AnoL
C O.C. & I. RAILWAY.
Itilas lairs flolag Cut.
Spring., Del. A CoL Accom..
K. T. A Boston Exprvas
C'lnrii sti a N. Y.Faat Une..
. 11:35 arm
uievoian l r act Una
Trail vs Sokr. Bntk.
8 a) a an
8prlgO.Jd i. Cincinnati Express.
Cln, A Indianapolis Expres.
Cincinnati Fast ''
Dayton, Cln., A bt. L. Ex
oouinern uprera .
Sp'fd. A Cln. Accom, Monday only,
Tubs Arrirs rnm Bnts.
N. Y. A Boston Axpress.
Cln. A Delaware Express.
u-evaiana raai une
8iVfd. A Cln. Accom., Sunday only. 7:6a ra
Cln. A N.Y. Fast Lin. 2Spm
lata Antra Itaa Ittt.
Delaware, Bp'fd. A Cln. Express .
Cincinnati Fast Line.
Columbus, Delaware as i rprlngfi.Id Ac 7 -M p at
These trains .is the only ones running on
Tram Laving at 11:S5 a. m. has through
sleeping car to Boston without cb tnge.
The train leaving ai3.S5 lias parlor car to
Cleveland, connecting with tan turoagh
deeper to New Yum a..d Booton.
All trains ran iy central standard Time
which is 25 minutes ilower than Sprinneld time.
iiKO. U. INIOUT,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Hotel.
GREAT lifli ROUTE
3 THH0U6H PISSEMGEH TfllllS 3
!ail , eacli wixy9 w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern Coaches on Day Trains.
Steel kails, Miller Platforms aad
Couplers, Air Brakes and ail
Sfaort.it anj Most Desirable Boats Be
twaen tne Kast and West. Through
Tickets and Bagga. Checks
co all Principal folnts.
Particular advantages odered to Western Emi
grants, Land aod Tourist Tickets to all points
reached by any lioe.
Hueenger trains leave Springfield, O., from Uniea
Depot as follows:
Going Last. lt:40 a. m., 10.05 a. m., 5:40 a. m.
Going West, 1:45 a. m., 11:34 a. m., S-Ja p. m.
Going North, 2:45 a.m., 11:40 a. m..
Going South, O. 8. ts. K. 10:3u a. m., S:35 p. m.
From kaat, 1:30a. m., 5:15 p. m., 11:15 a. m.
From West, 12:15 a. m., 9 a. m., 5:05 p. au
From North, 12:30 a. m., 3.00 p. m.
From South 9:50 a. m., 4:30 j. m.
U. C Henderson. H. af. Branson.
IJen'l Manager. Gen'l TicSet Aat.
D. H. KOVBE. Agent, Springs d, U.
Ohio Southern Division.
Trains Arrirs fro Jackson and Wasalnftsa C. H.
Spnngrid a. a.
No. t (except Snnday) 5:15 p. m. 4:30 p. m
Ko.3(exceptr-undsy)10:10s.ia. 9:50 a. as
TrsJas Depart far Jackass sad Waniagtoe C .
Springrid B. K.
No. 2 (except Snnday).
No. 4 (except Sunday).
-11:45 a.m. 10:30 a. m.
. 5:55p.au 5:j5p.8a
V. Y. P. O. KA1LWAY.
TralssLaere gotes; last.
Springrid B. B.
Ko.4,N.Y. LlmltedEx-.10:3ta.m. Ift09.nt.
No. 8, New York Express 5:19 p. m. 4.49 p. au
No. 12, Atlantic Express 10:34 a. m. 12:06 a, as.
Trains Ism golag Wart.
Springrid R. B.
Ne.l,nn.andWest'nFx-12.53p.m. 12:23 p.m.
No. 3, PsciB. Express , , 221 a. m. 1:59 a. m.
No. 5,8t. L. Limited Ex 5:53p.m. 5:29 a.m.
These traina are the onlv ones runnln qbAi.
Free hack to trains one hour before time of da.
parture. J. D. Patio ia, Ticket Agl; office Be
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St L. Railway.
LUTLE MIAMI DIVISION SPBINOFIELB
Cbxtui. Btabdaso Tnta,
F'atL'e. On. Ac TV. Ex. E. Ex
eotsewrsT No. L No. II. No. 7. No. 5.
Lv. Springfield... ec0am 11:0 am 4.00pm S :4.1pm
Lv.YeL springs. 6.20am 11:24am 4:ilpm 09pm
ArrlT. Xenia. 6.40am ll:50.m 4:15pm 9:35pm
Arr. Cincinnati 10.30am 2:30pm 7:uupm .. ,
Arr. Colombo.... 9.30am 7:25pm 11:20pm
air. Louisville. 7:30pm lisoam ll:30pta
Fat L'e. Col. Ac Xen. Ac Llm.Kx
sons BAST N5-4. No. 12. Nil 1(l a
laT. laHUBTUieb. un .. .
Lv. Cincinnati. 7:45am 2:30pm .
Arr.ColambaaJl:40ain 7:0Oim .
Arrive Xanla 10.0Uam 4:40pm 1:1 'pm
L.v. Y.L 8nrinaa.l0:31am A:50Dm 20ntn
Arr. 8prlagfleid-l 0:55am 6:15pm 2.40pm luopsa
Train No. 1 makes connections at Xante for Co
lambus, Washington C.H.and Chlllicotho. No.
11 through train lor all points South and West.
No 7 Western Express through train for Cincin
nati, LouIjtIU. and all points South; Lndinapo
1U, St. Lonis snd all points West; Ugansport and
Chicago and all points North and Northwest, No.
S Is a through tram for all points Eaat, Baltimore.
Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Bostoa and
points in ths New England states.
Tickets sad Baggage cheeks snd reliable ia
formation, can be obtained ot the Compaay
Seats, and at the office of the Company's Agsat,
is city. Particular information as to Train
eonnectlona, Bates, etc., cheerfully furnished.
Call en J. M. HINKti, City Ticket Agent
rfao. mn auua.
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