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We are now prepared to show the most extensive line of Carpets ever brought to this city embracing the newest and most beautiful de
signs in Wiltons, Brussels and Extra Supers from the leading markets of the world. These goods were bought for cash at extraordinarily
close figures,-and we can give our customers some rare bargains. Our new purchases also embrace new patterns in
CURTAINS, OILCLOTHS, UPHOLSTER"? GOODS, ETC., ETC.
Which we shall take pleasure in exhibiting to the inspection of visitors.
JONES & SON, COR. MAIN AND LIMESTONE STS.
We take a business pride in presenting for your inspection and pur
chase the most elegant assortment of MEN'S, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S
CLOTHING we have ever shown. This SPRING, in connection with our
well-known Merchant Tailoring, we have secured, in addition to the
most celebrated manufacturers' productions which we have always
carried, some of very choicest styles or the more prominent manufac
turers in Boston, Rochester, New York and Philadelphia.
Y7 and. ie Sigli Street and.
RAMBLER'S NOTE BOOK.
HALKS A Kit
(lathered and Compiled by One who Keeps
Kjes and Kara Open for the Benefit of
Springfield Reader Notes of Special In
terest la tha Local World of Society, Art,
Music and Politics.
Tbe status of the present Democratic cam
paign fri-m a moral standpoint, can'be easily
judged from tLe following. A prominent
aaloonist said the other day while unconscious
that he was talking into a reportonat ear:
"A subscription paper was brought around
bj two well-known politicians the other day
for the benefit ot the Democratic rampaigr,
and to help elect Jake Smith major, and
O'Brien matshal. Every inducement wa3 held
out by the politicians to induce me togirea
largi amount. On looking over the list I
lound the came of almost every saloocist
on it, some fur larger end some smaller
amount.. Some were down lor $50, and sev
eral lor even mora. The benefits tl-at would
accrue to the saloonis's from the Jake Smith
administration were painied in glowing col
on, and the immunity from molestation they
would enjoy much dilated on. The total
amonnt raise! by the saloonisU to help put
the Democracy in power, is several thousand
dollirs at least."
There was no reason to doubt that the sa
loonist tpoke tbe entire truth, nor is there
any reason to doubt that this large
amount of money will be thrown
into tomorrow's election, and used as a direct
corruption fund. Does any honest man con
scieutions'y tbiuk that the parly guilty ol
such a proceeding should be elected to pow
er? It is this political corruption that is
gnawing at tbe vitals of free government,
and which will be responsible .or the (all of
this Republic il it does fall. Furthermore,
does any sensible man think that this fund ot
cormption money is raised by the saloonist
for any lore they bear tke Democracy ? No !
tbe money is raised for a special purpose to
secure immunity from tbe enforcement ol the
laws, and to buy the favor of the city gov
ernment. Sucb a proceeding is dangerous
in the Tery highest degree to the principles
of law and free government. The law
abiding cit'n has no fear for the rigorous
enforcement of the laws, they affect him not.
He only whose interest lies in breaking the
laws is anxious to have the special favor of
the city authorities.
Had the present spring resembled the
spring of 1882, we would have had the peach
tries in full bloom yesterday, since they blos
somed pril 4th in that year. This year not
a bud is swelled, not a cat-tail has made its
appearance, nor is there any other indication,
besides the almsnac, that spring is here.
Mr. Dan'l Arthur is home from New York,
where he has been attending the Homeopath
ic College in that city. He will attead the
college for thtee years.
The New Era, the Prohibition organ of this
city, has come out in new form. Mr. E. S.
Thompson is now managing editor of the
paper, and Robert H. Young city editor. Mr.
E. O. Stuart, tbe former editor, retires. The
paper announces that it has come to stay.
Mr. Thompson, the neweditor, booms himself
for Mayor in a very graceful and touching
Mr. Gts. Gutheil, formerly connected with
the Globe Publishing Company, of this city,
as book-keeper, and latterly with the Petti
bone Manufacturing Company in Cincinnati,
las been visiting here the past week. Mr.
Gutheil will soon leave for California.
The dramatic season is pretty well over in
this city and tbe attractions from now on
will be few and scattering. It is said that
"Three Wives to One Husband," the great
Eastern success, will be at tbe Grand soon, as
well as several other fine attractions. A
number of very choice attractions are already
being booked for next season at the Grand,
including Rhea, "The Rag Baby," '-Private
Secretary," and others of similar note. Tbe
Hollywood Opera .Company at Biatk's next
week will be a nifliijjijj .attraction.
Tbe Jake stWw5wJjp:jan ot pure
and ,IMduJ,cjtwej&EMJiici was to
have b.'kjjWWI&t office.
PaJeV subscription 'was .stajWKJw9kmr-
pise, but it was so small that no paper could
Mr. T. K. Witticb, the former organist and
j shoe merchant, of this city, is now in Los
I Angeles, California, from which city he bas
written a number of interesting letters to
friends in this city. Tbft following are ex
tracts on the climate ot California:
"The climate is all right even with a little
disagreeable weather occasionally. When we
first arrived aboui tbe holidays it was ra'ning
very hard and was rather cool. In fact, we
could not stand it in a room without some
fire, but that was not to be expected. Wfcen
the rain cMsed, the weather was warmer, bat
every day in the year is "warm in the mid
dle and cold at both ends." Not being able
t obtain a sunny room, it was necessary for
ns to bave a little fin (of mornings only)
during December and January, but since then
only once or twice a month. Wood is burned
principally and that wss scarce or rather ex
pensive, and a very poor article at that. In
a good many instances coal oil stoves, with a
heater attached, are used for warming rooms.
There his been do rain to speak of since we
first arrived, except during our entrance into
the "Cily of tbe Angels." Bat then, oh ray !
how tbe Angels did have to paddle through
tbe mnd. Tbe mud was not to be sneered at
. tor, it anything, it evn eclipsed the article
st tpringfield while tbe sewers were eeing
You see they are not prepared here
for hard rains, by having streets paved.
In two weeks alter the rain, watering
carts were trying to lay the dusf, and have
kept it upever since. That ia the disagreeable
part. The sun has been shining almost con
tinually ever since, except at night. Green
trees, grass, flcwer, birds, etc, can better be
described by a lady or some other cpmantic
Individual. You would rather know about
tbe town. There are a great many Chinese;
too many, in fact, for tbe good of the coun
try, and tbe same might be said ef Mexicans
and Spaniards. Tbe former work too cheap,
and the two latter are, as a rule, too laxy to
work. Business bas been verv dull here, as
everywhere else, and unless a person has
large capital do not think it prudent to invest
in any business, uatil towards fall, at least."
A Springfield gentleman, who recently vis
ited Cincinnati, was much struck by tke
ubiquitous properties of the Springfield man.
He says be lound it impossible to walk from
one end of the Atlantic Garden, on Tine
street, to the other, without hearing his name
called out by some friend from tbe Champion
City. At Schumann's Garder, Kissel's Hall
and other "Over-the-Rhine" resorts he bad
equal success at finding tbe ubiquitous Spring-
Up to tbe hour of coing to press, tbe rumor
that the New York Tribune and the Cedar.
ville Item are about to consolidate, lacked
Tbe truth is aiways more won
derful than fiction. The story of
Petey Spangenberger, the boy smoker,
of this city, which every Springfielder
knows to be true, has bounded and reverber
ated from paper to paper throughout the
country, until it has gone tbe entire rounds :
of the press. Everywhere it was received
with incredulity and sarcastic remarks by
the editors. I saw tbe story translated into
an Italian journal the other day. A grave
German editor out West pronounces the
story "eine ccboene luge" (a beautiful lie).
The fine Clason residence east of the city,
which was burned last summer, bas been
rooted over, and is about the same as before
the fire, with the execptioa of the tower,
which was totally destroyed. The first and
second stories were repaired without much
"I am afraid my daughter is not progress
ing very fast under jour instruction," said a
fond mamma of this city to a gifted youth I
whom she bad engaced to initiate ber little
daughter into tbe mysteries of the art of
piano playing. "Madam," said the gifted, "I
have taught your daughter to play "Peek-a-boo,"
"Only a Pansy Blossom," "When tbe
Lraves begin to Turn" and "Pull Down the
Blinds," with one run in tbe bass and two in
the treble. What do you want, the earth ?"
Miss Anna Vol!, wh'j obtained a responsi
ble position is bead ot the vocal department
in Shorter College, Rome, Ga., is winning
abundant laurels. Miss Voll obtained one of
the Springer geld medals at tbe Cincinnati
College ot Music for exceptional progress.
"Can't you pay me that half dollar you
owe me?" said merchant to a poverty
stricken customer, yesterday, "No" said the
latter, "but let's see, tomorrow's election day,
ain't it? come around tomorrow evening,"
GLOfiE REPtT6ii6. Stt&DAlT MORNING, APEIL
and he went away with an ear to ear gric.
There was more truth than poetry in the in
cident. Black's Opera House has do end of cheap
attractions for the balance of tbe season. A
dramatic company begins a one or two week's
engagement there April 13th at cheap prices.
The Ftrttelle Partington Company which only
numbers six persons played a paying engage
ment there last week. The wonder'nl trained
Equines will be at Black's some time in the
Jake Smith seems to hare been tbe Prodi
gal Son ot tbe Springfield Democracy all
through his checkered career. Twice bas be
been defeated for Mayor by the cruel fates.
For awhile the Kids obscured his glory, but
he at last came up smiling, and the fatted
call of the Democratic nomination for Mayor
was slaughtered for him. Like the father of
the inlant Strauss in the poem, the Democracy
"We pray tbe lord Use every dinre
nut ieare aoi i awcoD acnmiat."
The Mendelssohn Tuin ette Club, one of
the finest musical organizations in tbe coun
try, will be at the Grand next Saturday even
ing. Music lovers, and especially musical
students in this city are awaiting the event
with much pleasure. The company consists
of Madame Cora Giese, soprano soloist; Cha.
M. Loefiler, solo violinist: Max Klein, violin;
the veteran Thos. Ryan, clarinette and viola;
Julius Akeroyd, viola, and Frilx Giese, tbe
great violoncellist. The gentlemen are all
solo artists. Their quartette playing is es
"Tell me the exact truth aboat Conitantine
and bis aspirations," I asked ol a leading
politician tbe other day.
"Well," said he, "if you want my opinion,
I must say that I believe Constantibe bas got
to tbe end of bis string, and is cow in a
state of mind to except any position no matter
how bumble, that is tendered him. Constan
tino !$ a professional politiciaa, pure and sim
ple. Without an office like Othello, his "(k
capation would be gone." He has always
been an office-seeker, and would be badly at
sea vrithout a public position. He went to
Washington with tbe idea that if he pro
nounced the name of John McLean every one
would fall prostrate in the dust, and that that
word would prove an open sesame to every
position of profit and glory. It is said that
he has designs on tbe posloffice here. There
is not the least doubt he would jump at the
position if be got a chance. There are sev
eral other fat positions in tbe state which
Ooustantiue has his eye on, and which he
"will try very hard to get.
Miss Lulu Cumback, one of tbe most intel
lectual young ladies of this city, contemplates
a full classiest course at Wellesly College, in
What does tbe weather fiend take ns for.
anyway? At 3 o'clock last Thursday tbe
thermometer stood at 76 degrees. At a
o'tlock the next day, Friday, it stood at about
26 degrees, this being a drop in one day of 50
degrees. In no other climate in tbe world is
f Bach a drop possible.
I A friend gave me an exceedingly interest-
a school house in Clark county recently in
tfc interests of ending forever the horse
thieving which has become so common in
Clark county. A large number of farmers were
i present, who, though rough in appearance.
showed remarkable intelligence in di cussitg
; plans lor suppressing tbe borse thier. Tsie
feasibility ot arranging the young men of
ivum; iulu u urbanization 01 miauie
men was suggested. As soon as a horse was
t stolen, the minute men would be notified
and ride in all directions to aDnreh'nd the
! thief if possible. Another plan was sug-
sjrested to form a society in tbe county of 300
members, each to pay au admission lee of $5.
This would give a fund of $1,500, possessed
I mt which the society would be in a position
( la offer rewards large enough to secure the
1 wery best detective talent obtainable, tbui
i snaking the return of tbe borse and the dp-
lure of the thief almost certain.
It is almost certain that Mr. Soper, the
vaanafacturer of castings, now located at
Bkumington, 111., will remove his works to
this city. He manufactures heavy castings,
istcluding iron fronts and inside work tor
heavy fire-proof buildings, also heating ap
paratus for public buildines. and heavv cas-
ings of all kinds. Mr. Soper declared that
be would locate wherever Mr. Ross did. and
le will probably carry out bis original inten
tion. The new industry would employ from
100 to 200 men the year round, and as it is
growing' concern, would bean important
addition to the manufacturing interests ol
A correspondent wants to know something
about the att of woodcutting. He is re
spectfully referred to Mr Cyrus Mills, who is
the leading "wood-cut" artist in the city.
The lite ot Kobt. McClure, the Urbana
horse thief, is romantia enough to furnisbli
the basis ot a thrilling story on the Robin
Hood order. When he thought he w s
about to die, he began to weaken, and gave
several owner of stolen horses, who called,
importont clues by which they found their
la property. Several Springfield and Clark
HAUK & CO.
YOUR PARTICULAR ATTENTION is
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Short Pants and Kilts in designs to be seen ONLY at our store.
Come in early before the sizes are broken.
As to prices we defy competion.
Y7 and.19 High. Street and. Arcaa
county people went u p to see bim and two
succeeded in gelling tneir horses back.
Mr. C. E. Middleton will probably put a
dramatic company on tbe road next season to
play a musical drama of the modern farci.il
type. The company will probaflly include
several persons from this city.
It is said to be lieiter than a show to see
Jacobjay Smith get a crowd into a saloon, set
"'em up" and invite all hands to "drink to
tbe neit Mayor," as he modestly styles him
self. Old newspaper men cannot remember a
duller month in the news line than tbe one
just past. The cify seems to have been in a
horribly v'rtuous condition.
No more striking evidence ot the hopeless
ness of tbe Democratic ticket could be adduced
than tbe fact that when John L. Zimmerraar,
the nominee for Solicitor, came home trim
the South and found the name with which
his was associated on the ticket, he imme
diately declined the nomination in the most
positive terms. Why did hs not leave word
with his friend', when he was going South,
before the convention thas be would not ac
cept the office of Solicitor? Simply because
he would bave made the tun bad net tbe De
mocracy made the inconceivably stupid
Smith - O'BrieD combiuatiou. Zim
merman is u young man of great
foresight and cou-iderabla experience.
lie made baste to leave tbe sinking ship
before she even siarted on her journey. On
his return be saw at a glance that the Smith
O'Brien ticket was utterly hopeless and
bauled in bis name without tbe least delay.
When the returns are counted Monday nigot,
his wisdom will be apparent to a'!.
"Why are there no rewards o3-red for the
capture of mule thieves on the return of
stolen mules?" I asked one of the projectors
of tbe Corperative Society for tb capture of
horse thieves. "Because nobody ever steals
mules," said he, "Did you ever hear of a
stationary engine being stolen? Did any one
ever manilet a desire to purloin tbe Miami
Powder works? Don't burglars rehgously
avoid breaking in and purloinicj; Barnum's
lions and one eyed leopard? Yes! I should
say so. They don't steal mules either."
Spring is surely come said a Soulh sider
last Friday. Already Mike Welsh's Arcade
baa thawed out aud fills tbe ambient air with
Mr. Thos King, of this city, now attending
tbe Philadelphia Medical College, will gradu
ate in about four weeks, when he will imme
diately return to this city and open an office
The Democratic ticket will not receive tbe
full and hearty supporrt of the best eleim nt
in the Democratic party next Mjnday. I
know of at least one family wbo:e democracy
has been of tbe most thorough bred descript
ion for years, and wbich numbers many voter3
in its various branches. This family f ill
nt cast a single vote next Muniay for
the Smith-O'Brien combination. One of tbe
most promineat and wealthy Democrats in
this city was dismayed when he heard of the
ticket, and will not support it. Sucb influ
ences as these will go a long way towards de
feating the ticket.
Mr. Joseph Meiler, the double bass plaj er,
of tbe Grand Opera House orcbestra, and a
joung musician of great talent will leave for
Germany in a few weeks, where be sill com
plete bis musical education, making a sperial
study of tbe double bass. Returning be trill
probably locate in New York City.
CUKES 1'OU PILES.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ot
weight in tbe back, loins and lower part ot
the abdomen, raising the patient to suppose
he has some effection of the kidaeys or
neighboring orgacs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the Etomacb, etc A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
isg, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and ftcbing Piles
yield at once to the application of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakhaus h Co.
That slight cold you think so little of may
prove tbe forerunner of a complaint that may
be fatal. Avoid tbis result by taking Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral, the best of known remedies
for colds, coughs, catarrhs, bronchitis, incipi
ent consumption, at.d all other throat and
Voilug Men I lte.ul This.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of .Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Klectnc Appliances on trial
for thirty dajs, to men (young cr old) afflicted
with nervous debility, loss ol vitality and
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other diseases. Complete restoration to
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5, I8t&-EIGHT PAGES.
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New Styles, New Designs, ano New Material. Our Im
ported Dress Goods are realy beautiful, the styles this
season are richer and handsomer than ever.
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS
IN- ALL THE
BLACK SILKS ! BLACK SILKS !
A Genuine Bargain in Black Silks. We will offer th's
weak French imparted Gross Grain Dress Silks from 62 1-2
per yard. This is thejreatcst bargains ever offered in
Black Silks. .Vow is the time io buy a rich Black Silk
Dress for less than what they usualiy cost at wholesale.
OUR MOURNING DEPARTMENT
Is now complete with the latest and mo3t desirable Mourn
ing Goods. In this department will ba fcund many new
and ricn materials.
New Trimmings ami Buttons to Match all the New
BLACK, BRO. & CO.
"How are we ever coinjj to get through
our spring aud summer's work? We me all
run down, tired out before if begins." So
say many a farmer's family. We answer, fro
b your drnppist and py five dollnis for s x
bottles i'f Ayer's Sixsaparilli. This is just
the medicite you need, and will pay com
pound interest on the investment.
My physician said i could not live, my liver
out ol order, frequency vomited greenish
mucous, skin yellow, small dry humours ou
face, stomach would cot retain food. Bur
dok Blood Bitters curel me. M'S Adelaide
O'B.-ien, 372 Eifhange St., Buffalo, X. V.
When tbe blooi carries its due proportion
of each of thenciis, alkalies and other ele
ments of wh'.ih it is comp.isid, erltctnod
painless heilth is the result. Let tbe propor
tions be changed hy the imferfi-ct working
of one or more of tbe vital organs, and in
flammation, p'tin, weakness and di-ease are
the result. Dr. Carpenter's Cnlculi Resolvent
attacks the seatof diseese in the vital organs,
and removes fie toreiti substances (Calculi)
that imptde their action, thus banishing tbe
inflammation a 5.1 resoling tbe organs them
selves to i erftct working order. As con5e
q'tence, the cuns ituent elements of tbe blood
are soon restored to their poper proportions,
ai'd piin, inllimmttion and disease vanish.
Sold by J. J. Broxn.
A tSreat DNcotfry.
Mrs. Emma Clark's Hair Bettorer removes
dandruff trora tbe scalp and renders it per
fectly healtliy. Il will cure all dis-eascs of
the scalp, a!o cure neuralgia headache, ner
vous beadaihe and removes pimples from the
face, restores gray hair to its naiural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of tbe hair.
This preparation is perfectly Iree from pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction zuiranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Restorer i pie
Ired and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or ber au
thorized agents. Agents wanted. Give it a
trial. Price 75 cents and $1 per bottle.
For sale by Ad. Bikhxu? Jt Co., Druggists,
23 EaU Main street, and H. H. Wolte, corner
Market and High streets, Tbeo. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
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mothers, wives and sisters by a timely ur
chase of Dr. Bo-anko's Ci.ui,b and Lung
Syrup, best known remedy for coughs, colds,
croup, and bronchial atlections. Rtlieres
ihildren of croup in one nw'it, may sive vou
hundreds of dollar'. Pric- jOc. and $1. Sim
ples free. Suld by Ad. Bikhaus & Co.
Scrofula, tlie llaitn of ttie Iluninn Knee,
Wiih all its various forms of Skin and Olin
dular Disfases and otPc lions of the Lirer and
Kidnev, i prrmptty cured by Dr Vtiu tj's
Grat V.ie'aMe Blood PnritW. Manii'ac
tured by D M. Yocno, I'aii eville, O.
Sold by M. W. Webb Jt Co., GO Arcade.
asked to the very diversi
BRO. & CO-
Dr. Young's Latest Discovery forConsump
tion not only cures all Colds in tbe Head and
Lungs, but will cure Croup. Whooping
Cough, Asthma, and all afftctions of the
Throat and Lungs. For sale by M. W.
Webb Co., 60 Arcade.
Mioulil be in Kvery Ilouholil.
Dr. Young's Late t Discovert tor Consump
tion should be kept by every family as a
household remedy. Every penny invested
in it will save you dollirs in doctor bill.
Try it and be convinced. Sold by II. W.
Webb & Co., CO Arcade.
The Greateat anil Ilest
Of all blood purifiers in tbe market, Dr.
Young's Great Vreet.ble aud Blood Purifier
is the greatest and the b-st. It should be
given to infants and children nbere there i
the least sign ot fcroluluus humor in tbe sys
tem. Xoc-pt IsonoiH and sure cure. Manu
factured bv D. M. Yocxo, P.n'nesville, 0.
Sold by'M. W. Webb & Co.. 60 Arcade.
II right's I).feane, GraTel, and all Liver
anil Kidner Diseases.
a result of Calculi or Stone, composed of carbon
ttes ot lime and magnesia, etc., precipitate! in
he vittl organs br the elimination of the car
bonic acid gas from our drinking water and reg
etaMfs, which contain these carbonate in large
Uterine InlKminatlon and other diseases of
females hare ibe ume affgrarating cause. Calculi
also form in tbe Hepatic Duct c.usio; deranice
nient of the Liver and introducing a train of
Stomach I)ieair, as ijpepia accompanied
by MMir Mmiiacti and Impure Breath. Other
result of Cab till are lali In the Back aud
Limb. Neuralgia. Kheumatlm. and Gen
eral r.4ltmle accompanied bj derangement of
the vital and secretory organs.
These Calculi are the same (with the addition of
uric acid) as the deposits found in ererv teakettle.
Calculi lie iml ven tdisintegratesand causes thim
to pass away In tine particles without injury to
the organs 'hfmeUe3, and cures the resultant
d seases, a result Ion sought by medical science,
but never beioie attained.
Sold by Druggist cenerallr Price Sl.OO
Fur Sale by
J. J. BROWN,
S. Limestone Street.
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Cln. 4 s. Y. Fast una -. eo p
Tralu irrtTe Trca lut.
Delaware, bp'fd. A Cln. Ixpreaa.
Cincinnati Fast Line
8 JO am
Columbus, Delaware aa eprlngseld Ac 7:30 p ai
These trains ie the only onea running aa
Train leaving at 11.33 a. m. has through
sleeping car to Boston without change.
The train leaving at S:35 haa pallor carta
Cleveland, connecting with the through
deeper to New York and Boaton.
All trains run uy Central standard Tim
which It is minutes slower than Springfield time.
Geo. U. Ksiout,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Hotel.
EAST, Wu '
3 THBOUCHPraGEfl.THlllS 3
w Jail , each way,
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Ito-
clininp Chair Cars ob
And Elegant Madera Coaches on Bar TtatMk
Steel kails, Miller Platforms ami
Couplers, Air Brakes and all
Shorten anJ Most Desirable Root. B.
tween the East and West. Through
Ticket aud Baggae. Check.
to all Principal Points.
Particular adrantages offered to Western Emf
sranu. Land aud lourlst Tickets to all polnta
reached br nT Use.
Passenger trains leaTe SpriagfleM, O., from Uniaft
Depot ss folluTs;
doing Last, 12:40 a. m., 10j03 a. m., 5:40 k. as.
Going West, 1:43 a. m., 11:33 a. m., 5:34 p. m.
Going North, i:li a. m., 11:40 a. m.,
liolcg South, o. S. K. B.. 10:30 a. n., 5:33 aa.
From Last, 1:30 a. m., 5.15 p. m., 11:13 a. as.
Krom West, 12:13 a. m., Ihi a. m., 5.06 p. sa.
From North, 12:30 a. m., 3:00 p. m.
From South 9:30 a.m., 4:30 p. m.
C. tlenderson, H. St Bron.4my
(ien'l Manager. Oen'l Ticks Aft.
D. U. BOUUK. Ageat, Sprlnga'Sd.a
Ohio Southern DlrUIon.
Trains Arrirt Iron Jackson ind.Waaiaata. C. It
Spnngt'M at. at.
No. 1 (except Sunday) 5:13 p.m. 4:3 p. as
N'o. 3 (except fundaj) 10:10 a.m. : aa
Train Deatrt ftf JidUM and WatUagtM C fV
Sprlnffld B. E.
No. I (except Sunday) 11:45 a. as. 10:30 a. sa.
No. 4 (except Bundaj) 5:55 p. aa. tM p.
N. T. F. A O. BAILWAT.
Tnlat Lam (die Last
No. 4, N. Y. Limited Ex10:Sb s. m. 1019 . sx.
No.8, New York Lxpress 5:19p.m. 4:49p,K.
No. ii, Atlantic Express 10:34 a. m. 12:05 a. sa
Tralas Urn solos Wast.
No. 1, Cln. snd Wesl'nFx-12:53p.m. I2:iSp..
No. 3, FaiiBe Express 2:24 a.m. 1:8 a. a.
No.3,St.l Limited tx 3:53 p.m. 3 :.
These trains are the onlr ones running on 8aa
Free hack to trains one hour before time of d
parture. J. D. Phlxoxb, Ticket Art; offlee M.
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. L. Hallway.
Xo. 1 departs 7:00 a. m.
" 9 " 8:49 a. m.
" U " 10:40 a. m.
" T " 4:15 p. m.
" 5 " 8:35 p. m.
" 53 " 5:14 (.,.
Trains will arrire as follows; g
Xo. 10 arrives 7:0Va. m.
" 6 " 10:30 a. m.
" 2 " 3:30 p. m.
" 12 " 6:25 p. m.
" 8 " 10:55 p. a.
" 48 " 2:15 p. m.
AU trains inn on standard time.
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