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CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
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.
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data In WS4 42; above. Temperature of -ami
a.t id in, 3- above. r-.peraiare 01
1t tn ls , 70 above aero.
H. L. RocVfield returned from the South
Mr. A. Stadebaker will more into his new
residence on West High street in a lew dsjs.
Dr. Stadebaker will mare with him.
A little five-vear-old child of Charles Bret-ney.-of
Eist High street, wandered awav
from home last evening and strayed down as
far as Mr. William Hughes, on West High,
where she was taken in and kept until the
patrol wag m came and returned her to her
At the meeting of Christ Church Parish
last night B. H. Warder was elected senior
warden and Henry Baldwin junior warden.
Vestrymen elected: Wm. W aider, F. S. Pen
field, Wm. Johnson, T. F. McQrew, jr , C. A.
Davis, Harry H. Beaa, Chas. Ludlow, A. S.
Boshnell; clerk, Harry H. Bean, re-elected;
treasurer, Dr. Henry Baldwin, re-elected.
Harry Lambert, a former employe of Arm
stroag Brot, but for some time past a resi
dent ot Dayton, came np on tne early morn
ing train. When it arrived at the Arcade,
Lambert jumped, and on striking the plat
form, slipped, thrusting one toot under the
car wheels. 'The patrol wagon was called
and conveved him to the Western Eons',
where Dr. Hall amputated several of bis
Address br Kev.'Dr. I. II. LaFetra, ot
The Rev. Dr. I. H. LaFetra, President ot
the American College at Santiago, Chili,
South America, addressed a fine audience at
St. Paul's church Monday evening, on edu
cational and other matters in Chili. He was
introduced by Dr. Tnekley. Dr. LaFetra is
an Ohio man and has been in Santiago be
tween six and seven year;. He spoke oi the
college as being conducted under the auspices
of the M. E church, and the doctor is himself
a missionary of that church. There are ten
American teachers in the college and the
children of the government officials and lead
ing people of Chili are in attendance and the
school is having a good influence iu Chili.
Dr. LeFetra reports Dr. D. Phillips, oi this
city, (and of the firm of Kinney, Nichols k
Co.,) in good health and doing well, and
makes a like report concerning Dr. A. A.
Plotner, formerly ot this city, and now own
ing property here. Uiss Ogden, he says, is at
Copiapo, about 500 miles north of Santiago.
The doctor has left here for Indianapolis
and will sail for Chili May 9, from New York
by way of Panama.
Mr. Harry Fisher was interviewed again
this morning on the subject of base ball. He
has signed almost all his players, and only
waits the action of the arbitration committee,
which will assure aim that no other manager
can ttke them from him.-to publish their
naaaes. The committee met in Philadelphia
last week, but for some unknown reason took
no notice of Mr. Rockfield's application. Mr.
Fisher wrote to the new secretary, Kajlor, of
Cincinnati, yesterday, and received an an
swer that his predecessor must hare sup
pressed the application; bat if Mr. Rockfield
would apply to him (Kajlor) the matter
would receive prompt attention. It follows,
therefore, that Springfield base ball affairs
will soon be in full bloom. In the mean time
work will be begun at once, tomorrow if the
weather permits, to fix up the grounds, which
are the same as last year. A number oi the
players will be here Thursday or Friday, and
the opening game will probably be played
with the Daytons next Monday.
Theodore Dalbey sits in the station house,
figuratively speaking, in sackcloth and ashes,
on account of his disorderly conduct yester
day afternoon. Jim Handler was arrested
about 8 p. m. on the charge of drunk and
disorderly. Madames Sadie Hughes and Rene
Haines are under arrest for lingering too
long about a tippling house. Sadie and
Rene will avoid trouble in the future by pur
chasing their coveted tipple and departing
without loss of time. Wilson Welsh is
charged with drunkenness and disorder, and
using profane and abusive language. Wil
son was not entirely unknown to fame before
his achievements last night, but they will
probably add to his fame.
Patriotic Older Sons of America.
All members of Camp 44 are hereby noti
fied, that the order having leased the old Ma
sonic Hall in Union block, Market street, the
regular stated meetings ol Camp 44 are
changed from Tuesday to Thursday evening
of each week, beginning Thursday, April 9.
There will be no session of Camp 44 this
(Tuesday) evening. By direction of
D. W. Tysox,
FEiSt A. Kates, Rec. Sec'y.
L.exn uro.v jr. r. voxrxmBscK.
Closing- Sessions Monday and Taesday
Asslaansents Anaoasced Grmtlfjlna
The half hour devotional exercises in Isl
ington M. E. Conference at Wiley chapel Mon
day were conducted by Rev. A. McDade, and
participated in by F. Hintoa, C.J. Nichols, A.
A.Price and Daniel Jones.
At 9 a. m. Bishep Bowman called the con
ference to order and regular order of business
was taker, up. Following named visitors
were introduced: Rev. Dr. J. 0. HartzelL cor
responding secretary Freedmea's Aid Society,
Cincinnati; Rev. A. N. Spahr, P. E. Spring
field district, Ciuciiinati Conference.
Rev. J. Courtney, P. E. Ohio District, re
parted the cause in prosperous condition
therein. Characters ol lollowing named
Elders in said district then passed: A. A.
Price, E. Henderson, Z. Ross, J. II. Payne,
A. McDade, W. C. Eckles, J. Downs, Q. W:
Board, J. W. More land, J. H. Hargrave, Scott
Ward, A. H. Brown, H. W. Tate.
Bev. E. W. S. Hammond, P. E. Indiana
District, made a highly favorable report as to
progress in the district since last Conference.
A motion made at this point by Rev. W.
L. Mair, was adopted, that tne matter of the
church property in Springfield, IllinaiaTbe re
ferred to the Presiding Eider of Illinois Dis
trict, to report at the next Conference.
Rev. C. Jones addressed the house upon
the withdrawal ot Rev. E. W. S. Hammond,
whose term expires, speaking in eulogistic
language ot his Christian devotion. and effi
ciency. Characters of following named elders then
passed: W. H. Vaughn. J. Taylor C. Jones,
F. Hnnton, D. Hestoa, W. M. Jamison, T.
J. W. McAdoo was continued as a super
numerary preacher, and Q. W. Henderson
was made effective. N. A. EUett laid over to
next session. Folio wing supernumeraries were
continued in that relation: Henry Gibson, Q.
W. Adams, Israel Simms, Adam Nunn.
Rev. Dr. Hartsell addressed conference in
the interests of his society. Motion by Rev. E.
W. S. Hammond that following churches of
Lexington Conference be assessed $50 each
for the Freedmen's cause was adopted:
Springfield and Cincinnati, Ohio; Covington,
Paris, Bowling Green and Maysville, Ken
tucky; Coke chapel and Jackson street,
Louisville, and Indianapolis, lad.
The committee on the so-called Preachers'
Aid and Benevolent Society recommended
appointment of a committee to investigate the
merits ot that organization. Adopted and
Rev. Dr. M. W. Taylor, Rev. Daniel Jones,
and Rev. E. W. S. Hammond were appointed.
On motion of Dr. Hartzell Presiding Elders
were instructed to make subscriptions
amounting to $1,000 including as arsesements
of $50 each on churches named abore made
by pastors, an assessment to their regular
Following traveling deacons were appoint
ed: First class, Benj. Ward, Chas. Heaton,
Peter Dent; second class, J. G. Jones, H. C.
Buckner, G. W. Henderson, J. W. McAdoo.
G. Allen Ross passed the third year's stud- I
iea and was advaaced to the fourth.
Conference then adjourned-until Tuesday
Mrs. Christina Rust died on Saturday last,
aged nearly seventy-seven years. She was
born in Virginia and moved to this vicinity
in 1812, and has lived here since then. She
was a member of the Reformed Church, and
was always held in high esteem by her neigh
bors. She leaves a husband and ten children
living, and a large number of grand and
Township high school dosed Monday. The
school baa been highly successful, and reflects
credit on Professor Hartman. Six of the
students have secured teachers' certificates.
Ex-Sheriff Foley was a visitor at Hon. E
G. Coffin's the first of the week.
Mrs. Mary Edmiston has recovered from a
A yonng son of John L. Minnick was
severely injured Saturday by a horse crush
ing him against a building.
Wheat is said to be badly injured in some
parts ol the township.
Apples, pears and some kinds of cherries
are reported to be sale and a good crop is
A Sunday-school was organized at Jerusa
lem church, Sunday.
Mrs. David Verity is on the sick list.
Many Democrats said by their votes Mon
day that they are tired ol the way the busi
ness of the township is transacted.
Farmers commenced their spring plowing
Hiss Heltemes, of Covington, Ky., has been
called home by the dangerous illness of her
Mayor Adams did a neat job in ending the
suBerings of two of the horses mangled by
the train at Oldtowo.
Will Galloway, who has been ill most of
the winter, was in town last week. Judging
from the lunar contour of his tace, he is much
Prof. E. W. Clsypole, of Buchtel College,
will lecture in the college campus Friday
evening, April 17; subject, "What Are We
Worth?" Come cut and bavejhe professor
size job up.
Saturday evening after the wind had gone
to rest a yard on Dayton street was treated
,. (JLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENING,
with a layer ot bone-dust. Nothing was
aid but the neighborhood found it out in the
space of a few minutes. At first people came
to their doors and looked in open-mouthed
wonder instead of trying to shut the critter
out, while pedestrians pinched their noses
and harried by the unhal
lowed spot. We bare not heaid
whether the man who sowed the dust
survives. The next man who attempts to
fertilize bis door-yard should receive the im
mediate attention of "The Powers," unless he
promises to keep the rnimal inside his own
The spring term of school has opened pros
perously. New students are thick as grass
hoppers no time of year specified. Many of
the new students have entered the normal
class and are enthusiastically at work.
Most interesting Easter exercises were held
by the Christian Sunday school Sabbath even
ing. The bouse was crowded. The little
fellows delivered their exercises in a manner
that showed thorough training.
Miss Nellie Lewis left Saturday evening for
New -York, where she will be met by Mrs. Dr.
Dodds, of St Louis. The two will then take
hip for Glasgow. Tbey will be absent about
fire months, during which time tbey wil.
make their home in Scotland, bat will visit
the principal cities of England.
Many hearts were saddened on Saturday
when word was brought of the death of Hon
John Kebler, of Cincinnati. Mr. Kebler was
well known here, having served on th Board
of Trustees of Antioch College for more than
twenty years. At the hour of the funeral in
Cincinnati Monday, most impressive memo
rial services were held in the college chapel.
The lollowing resolutions, passed in thst
meeting, fittingly express the feelings of his
friends at this place: Since God has removed
from the scenes ot his earthly labors the
Hon. John Kebler ol Cincinnati, member,
and at one time President ol the Board of
Trustees of Antioch College, we, trustees,
faculty, students and friends of Antioch, as
sembled at the time of the funeral services at
his borne, adopt the following resolutions:
That we recognize in the removal of Mr.
Kebler the loss of one who from the early
days of the college to the present time work
ed in the cause of the institution with con
tinued fidelity, earnestness and power, whose
strong heart and clear brain have always en
couraged its managers, and directed wisely
their councils, whose aoble (pint will be
missed by us more and more as coming years
shall show us its value; that we shall en
deavor to accept this providence with calm
ness and trust, realizing that we can do so
only by rising into that Christ-spirit of help
ful love which informed and illumined the
life-work of the man whose loss we mourn;
that we send to the bereaved family these
feeble expressions of our sorrow.
A Parisian newspaper has been
teaching its lady readers "hovr to bo
attractive." Surely the readers of the
Vie Parisienne ought to be in no need
of advice such as the following: "Look
confident and indifferent: express your-
self simply and with a Toice as sweet
as possible. Be keenly alive to every
thing that passes, yet appear absent
minded; know-as much as possible, yet
pleaso by asking questions. Having
read everything, quote nothing; seen
everything, appear ignorant; heard all,
always express surprise; desiring every
thing, ask for nothing, lie light-hearted
to preserve your beauty; be indulgent
to attract sympathy" and so on.
These laws some evidently anti-bluestocking
laws are laid down as abso
lute, with one exception. "Blush
neither for shame nor for pleasure," to
which is added "if you can help it."
Verily, the good old saying holds good
still: "III f out souffrirpour etre belle."
There are, however, some clauses
which might with equal advantage be
applied to both sexes. For instance:
"Do not force wit; always listen atten
tively; be charitable for your own satis
faction; be frank; and you need never
be afraid of the truth; see things at a
glance; judge quickly and think more
quickly still in order to keep a cool
head. But wiso as these laws are,
and however much the world might be
benefited by a more general applica
tion of them, they belong decidedly to
the category of precepts moreasily
reached than practiced. ""
A Boaaarkable Escape.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, ot Tunkhannock, Pa.,
was afflicted for six years with Asthma and
Bronchitis, during which time the best physi
cians could give no relief. Her life was de
spaired of, until in last October she procured
a Bottle ot Dr. King's New Discovery, when
immediate relief was felt, and by continuing
its use for a short time she wss completely
cured, gaining in flesh 50 lbs. in a few months.
Free trial bottles of this certain cure of all
Throat and Lung Diseases at Chas. Ludlow's
Drug Store. Large Bottles $1.00.
These ara Solid Faces.
The best blood purifier and system regula
tor ever placed within the reach o! suffering
humanity, truly is Electric Bitters. Inactivi
ty of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Con
stipation, Weak Kidneys, or any disease of
the arinary organs, or whoever requires an
appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always
find Electric Bitters the best and only certain
cure known. They act surely and quickly,
every bottle guaranteed to give entire satis
faction or money refunded. Sold at fitly
cents a bottle by Chas. Ludlow.
Hacklen'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
"I hem Kiijili-.li are haiu' a right
smart of trouble over there in Africa,
hain't they?" remarked an old farmer
from up iu Michigan.
"I've been a-watchin' of 'em all win
ter, and d'ye know what their campaign
over tliero reminds me of? Xo? Wall,
sir, I usedter have a big llerkhireslioat
what had the durndust appetite eer you
hecrd tell on. The littler slioats had to
git out of his way every time. I put him
in a lot all by hisself, and there was
ilenty of feed and wallow there for
lim, niore'n he could everue, but, dum
me, if he would stay there. Down went
that fejee anil away went that shoat in
to fields where he had no business to be.
Wall, he kept this up all summer, but
bimeby lie broke into a little patch o'
timber an' got to foolin' round. What
d'ye s'poso lie stirred up? Wall, by
gosh, he run his nose right inter a hor
nets' nest. It took him a long time to
git out o' them woods, but when he got
out he was the most subdued shoat ever
Vou seed!" Chicago Herald.
After a Frightful Fall.
A mason named Reighter, in Carlisle, Pa,
fell from a high scaffold and injured his leg
For a long time his leg was full of horrible
sores. The scars are still there, but the sores
are all healed. The healing was accomplished
in seven weeks by the use of Brown's Iron
Bitters, wbicb, by purifying the blood and
strengthening the system, drove out the hu
mors which bad kept up the sores. Mr.
Reighter is well known in Carlisle and vi
cinity. Fanny Mailer and Elizabeth Richards, ot
St Louis, were arrested at the instance of
the Metropolitan Lite Insurance Company, of
New York, charged with obtaining $3,000
from the company by false affidavits.
Thomas BroDby, of Lancaster, Pafwrites
as lollows: "This is to inform you that I
have had an attack of lever and ague. I
have tried almost every kind of medicine but
found no relief. Your Mishler's Herb Bitters
has entirely cured me. It has been a long
time since I have had an a' tack, and I feel
confident the cure is permanent." This sov
ereign remedy willjbe found equally c fficacious
in iXit eases of the stomach, bowels, liver and
CURES FOB PIUS.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ol
weight in the back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has seme effection ot the kidneys or
neighboring orgacs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
oi 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 to the application of Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, wbicb acts directly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price SO cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakhaus k Co.
That slight cold you think so little of may
prove the forerunner of a compliint that may
be fatal. Avoid this result by taking Ayer"s
Cherry Pectoral, the best ot known remedies
for colds, coughs, catarrhs, brorcbitis, incipi- i
ent consumption, and all other throat and
For Colds, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis and
Sore Throat use Dr. Thomas's Electric Oil, and
get the genuine.
The removal of Prof. Sanborn of N. H.,
after being pronounced incurable by a (core
of phj sicians, from Las Vegas, X. M., to bis
home, was effected by administericg Dr. Bar
ter's Iron Tonic, wh.ch has restored him to
his former good health.
"How are we ever going to get through
our spring and summer's work? We are all
run down, tired out before it begins." So
say many a farmer's family. We answer, go
to your druggist and pay five dollars for six
bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This is just
the medicine you need, and will pay com
pound interest on the investment.
When the blood carries its due proportion
of each of the acids, alkalies and other ele
ments of which it is composed, perfect and
painless health is the result. Let the propor
tions be changed by the imperfect working
of one or more of the vital organs, and in
flammation, pain, weakness and disease are
the result. Dr. Carpenter's Calculi Resolvent
attacks the seat of disease in the vital organs,
and removes the foreign substances (Calculi)
that impede their action, thus banishing the
inflammation ana restoring the organs them
selves to perfect working order. As a conse
quence, the constituent elements of the blood
are soon restored to their proper proportions,
and pais, infUramatioa and disease vanish.
Sold by J. J. Brown.
A Groat Dtacoverjr.
Mis. Emma Clark's Hair Restorer removes
dandruff trom 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 trom the
face, restores gray hair to its natural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of the hair.
This preparation is perfectly free front pois
onous drngs. 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. Bakhaus k Co, Druggists,
23 East Main street, and H. H. Wolfe, corner
Market and High streets, Theo. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
The best on earth, can truly be said ot
Grigg's Glycerine Salve, which is a sure, safe
and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns, wounds, and all other sores. Will
positively cure piles, tetter and all skin erup
tions. Try this wonder heftier. Satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Only 25
cents. Sold by Theo. Troupe k Co.
The habitual use of pills is a sure means of
ultimately undermining health and laying the
foundation tor some of the most distressing
cases ot chronic maladies. Use Dr. Jones's
Red Clover Tonic, a purely vegetable remedy,
which tones and regulates the system, en
riching the blood. It cures all diseases of
the stomach, liver, blood and kidneys. Can
be taken by th most delicate. 50 cents.
Theo. Troupe &Co.
APUVb 7 i86.
An elegant line of Spring and Summer Dress Golds,
New Styles, New Designs, and New Material. Gur 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 B'ack Silks. We will offer this
week French Imported Gross Grain Dress Silks from 62 1-2
per yard. This is the greatest bargains ever offered in
Black Silks. Now is the time to buy a rich Black Silk
Dress for less than what they usually cost at wholesale.
OUft M0UENING DEPARTMENT
Is now complete with the latest and most desirable Mourn
ing Goods. In this department will be found many new
and ricn materials.
New Trimmings and Buttons to Match all the New
IrLe joctf Tilly,
BLACK, BRO. & CO.
Some Foolish People
Allow a cough to run unnl it gets beyond
the reach of medicine. They ofteu say, Oh
it will wear away, but in most cases it wears
them away. Could they be induced to try
the successful medicine called Kemp's BjIshid,
which we sell on a positive guarantee to cue,
they would immediately se" the excellent
effect after tnkinir the first doe. Price 50c
and$l. Trial size tree. Sold by Dr. T.
J. Casper, Druggist.
My physician said I could not live, my liver
out ot order, frequently waited grtemsh
mucous, skin yellow, smill dry humours on
face, stomach would cot retain ooJ. Bur
dock Blood Bitters cured me. Mrs Ad-lnide
O'Brien, 372 Exchange St, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Deceived AVuman
Is the lady who ues cosmetics, face lotions,
white lead, bismuth, powders, arsenic, &a, in
the belief ot enriching and beautifying the
complexion. It is but temporary and ulti
mately destrovs the skin beyond the power
of nature to restore. Stop it I Stop it now
and use only Dr. Darter's Iron Tonic, wLich
mparts the vigor and Ioveline-3 of youth.
A Hasbauil'a Greatest Iltei'lng
Is a strong, healthful, -vigorous wife with a
clear, handsome complexion. These can all
be acquired by using Dr. Harter's Iron Ttnic.
Tonnt; Men t Head Till a.
The Voltaic Belt Co, of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and 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 for
rheumatism, .neuralpia. paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. Jfo
risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al
lowed. Write them at once for illustrated
rAIt-Ml.KS AMI MKC1IAN I CS.
Save money and doctor bills. Relieve your
mothers wives and sisters by a timely pur
chase of Dr. Bosanko's Couh and Lung
Syrup, best known remedy for coughs, colds,
croup, and bronchial allections. Relieves
children of croup in one night, may sive you
hundreds of dollars. Price DOc. And $1. Sim
ples free. Sold by Ad. Bikhaus Jfc Co.
BIck Headache and relieve all the troubles Inci
dent to a bilious tat e of the evstem, such aa Dls
smess. Nausea, DrowerocJia, Ditrea after eating.
Fain in the Side, Ac While thoir most remark
able success has been shown la curing
Beadaehajct Carter'sLittle Liver Pillsere equally
valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing
tMa annoying complaint, while they also correct
all dieordera of the stomach, stimulate the liver
and regulate the bowels. Even it they only cured
Ache therwonldbeauOGSt priceless to thooewho
suffer from this distrejamg complaint; but i forW
satelTthcirgoouneas does notendbtxe, and those
whoonce try them will And there Uttlepilla valu
rbl2tnnvwaysthattheyvli;otfcwillii W do without them. But after all sick beta
Is the tone cf so many Uvea that hm is where we
make our great boast. Oar pills cure It while
cSertnlttle Uver KHs are very small and
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, bat by their gentle action pleafeaUvrho
nsethem. favlaUatSScenta: nvefortl. Bold
by druggists cvuywhere, or scat by mail.
CABTEB MEDICINE CO.. Hew Tort
UKO. &. CO-
CATAWHrlpRcu pai u
Head. A 1 1 y 8
I n fl a m a t ioa,
Heals the Sores,
Sense of Taste
li SmeuTi. quick
KAY-EEVER & Positive Cnre.
Fifty centa at druzglsti ; 60 centa bymall regis
tered. Pend for circular. Sam pi J by mail 10 cu.
ELYBBUT1IER3 Drnuuta, Oiwego, S. Y-
VALUABLE DISCOVERY 1
Bright' Dlseaae, Gravel, and ail JJver
and Kidnev Dlseaaes,
ae result of Calculi or Stone, composed of carbon-
ttea ol lime and mipnesla, etc, precipiuwa in
he villi organs br the elimination ol tha car
bonic acid gas from our drinking water and veg
etables, which contain these carbonates In largo
Uterine Inflammation and other diseases of
females have the same aggravating causa. Calculi
alo form In the Hepatic Pact causing derange
ment of the Liver and introducing a train of
Stomach lieaen, as Dyspepsia, accompanied
by Sour stomach aud Impure Breath. Other
results of Cal'ull are Paiu In the Back and
Limbs, Neuralgia, Rhenmtlsm, and Gen
eral Lassitude accompanied by derangement of
the vital and secretory organs.
These Calculi are the same (with the addition of
uric acid) as the deposits tound in every teakettle.
Calculi Iteanl vent disintegrates and causes them
to pass away in fine particles without Injury to
the organs ihtraselres, and cures the resultant
diseases, a result long sought by medical science,
but never beiore attained.
Sold by Druggists generally. Price SLOO
For Sale by
J. J. BROWN,
S. Limestone Street.
The '-LIGHTNING" Clothes
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EAILWAY TIME TABLE
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati aaS lav
GREAT CEXTiUL TBUCK MUTE.
EAST AJCD "WJESX.
rhrough cars, with connections In TTnlen Depot.
Only direct Una via Cleveland, Buffalo and 2fl
agra tails to New York and few England.
Direct connections for all Southern, Southwest
ern and t fstern point, either by way of Ciada
nati, Indianapolis or bt. Louto. Fast Ttmo, New
Equipment, and running through the most sopo
lar part ot the country; possessing every appli
ance or speed and comfort known to bo service
able. The Best Koad-Bed and the Safest Bead la
tha West. Tickets by this popular route for sale
at all regular ticket offices.
... J. SMITH, General Passenger Arnt
C. C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Irllai Lurt 3e!i( Xut.
aprlng., Del. a Col. Accom
N. T. A Boston Express
Cine ntldiN f.Faat Una, .
. 8:25 pm
, 3 US pin
Cleve-tu tragi Line-
Tall vi 3g2 Snta.
Springfield 4 Cincinnati Express. 8 3" a at
Ctn. Indianapolis KXDrees 11:35 am
Cincinnati Faat Line ... 1:45 p as
Dayton, Cln.,4 Mt. L. Ex SJ p m
Honthern Expreux .. 5.40 psa
Sp'fd. it Cln. Accom, Hunday only. 7:15 a sa
Tnf Arrits Tna Cnti.
2i. i. a Boston rprees
Cln. A Delaware Express.
C'eveland Kaat T.inw
Sp'fd. A tin. Accom., Sunday only. 7-w w ra
C1-.4N.Y. Fast Una 35ia
Tnhs anivi fnm last.
Delaware. SD'fd. A Cln. Express .
Cincinnati Fast Line
"auuuierii a-xpreea, . o:a psa
Columbus, Delaware as rprlngaola Ac, 7 JO p at
These trains i e the only ones running on
Train leaving at 11.35 a. m. baa through.
sleeping car to Boston without change.
The train leaving at 3:5 baa parlor oar to
Cleveland, connectlug with tne tarougsi
sleeper to New York aud Boston.
All trains ran i.y Central standard Time
which la 25 minutes slower than Springfield time.
Geo. H. Ksiobt,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Hotel.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THBQUGH PASSENGEB TB1I1S 3
w rail , each -way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern Coaches on Dar Trains,
Steel Kails, Miller Platforms aad
Couplers, Air Brakes and all
Shortest anJ Most lloalrmblo Koato Bo
tween tbe East and West. Through,
Tickets and Bacsae Checks
cu all Principal Points.
Particular advantages offered to Westers Eat!
grants. Land and Tourist Tleketa to all potato
reached bj anr line.
Passenger trains leave Springfield, O., from Ualea
Depot as follows:
Going East. 1.2:40 a. m., 10.05 a. m., 5:40 a. .
Going West, 1:45 a. m., 11:35 a. m., 5:38 p. ra.
Going North, 2:45 a. m., 11:10 a. nu.
Uoing South, O. S. K. K., 10:30 a. n., 5:35 ft sa.
From East, 1:30 a. m., 5:15 p. m., 11:15 a. am.
From West, 12:15 a. m., 95 a. m., 5.06 p. as.
From North, 12:30 a. m., 3:00 p. m.
From South 9:50 a. m., 4:30 p. m.
C K. Henderson, H. BC Broaeoai
Gen'l Manager. Oen'l Ticket Art,
D. H. BOCHK. Ageat. 8prlnga-3d,a
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Ohio Southern Division.
Trams Arrive from Jackson aadJIsiiMiflsa C. H,
Spnnatla St. a.
No. t (except Sunday). 5:15 p. m. 4:30 p. at
No.3(exceotoundaj)10:10a.m. a. at
Trtlas Doairt for Jackaoa sa. Watahftsa C K
BpringTld B. B.
No.2(exceptSunda7)ll:43a.sa. 10430 a. aa.
No. 4 (except 8ondaj) 5:55 p. m. &35 p. at
N. Y. P. O. RAILWAY.
Trains leave otac test
BpringTld R. B.
No.4,N.T. Limited Ex10-.3b a. m. IOMJlb.
No.8, New York Express 5:19p.m. 4:49 p. as.
No. 12, Atlantic Express IU-.34 a. m. 12:0s a. sa.
No. 1, fin. and West'n Fx-12:53 p. m. 12:28 p. as.
No. 3, Pacific Express 2.-24 a. m. Ids a. at.
No. 5, St. L. Limited Ex 5:53p.m. 5Ja.m.
These trains are the onlj ones runalnf; oa Saa
Free hack to trains one hour before time of do-
Jarture. J. D. Puxioaa, Ticket Alt.; office 8b
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. Si St, L. Railway.
No. 1 departs 7:00 a. m.
" 9 " 8:40 a. m.
" 11 " 10:40 a. m.
" 7 4:15 p. m.
" 5 " 8:35 p. m.
" 53 - 5:14 p. m.
Trains will arrive as follows:
No. 10 arrives 7:00 a. m.
' 6 " 10:30 a. m.
" 2 " 3:30 p. m.
" 12 " 6:25 p. m.
" 8 " 10:55 p. m.
" 48 " 2:15 p. m.
All trains run on standard time.
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Yea. Call or write. F. O. CLARKI, M.
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