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GLOBE BEFTTBUO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, piiL 8 i85.
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 boug'tfor cashai extraordinarily
close figures, and we can give our customers some rare bargains Our new purchases also embrace new patterns in
CURTAINS, OILCLOTHS, UPHOLSTERY GOODS, ETC., ETC.
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Full List of Appointments Final Fro
ceedlugs u the Sessions Departure ol
Tbe V. E. Conference met lor the closir jr
ession at 2:30 Tuesdy afternoon, Dr. Mar
shall V. Taylor presiding. Dcvoibnal ser--iccs
were conduct d bj- I-rael Simtu?, after
which BL-hop Bowman lo jk the cbair.
An order was made carrying into eflec the
Bugges'ion by Dr. Hartzell as to A'fidng
subscriptions for Freedmin's Aid Society
Various commitieei reported and reports were
adopted. A nec Memorial Ccnmitree was
app infd Hi follows: M. W. Taylor, D. Jones,
E. W. 8. Hammond, J. Courtney, and W. W.
Report ot committee auditing presiding
elders' account! was approved.
A series ol re opinions complimentary to
Bishop Bowman was presented by Dr. Tayl.r
and adopted by a rhiug rote. Resolutions ol
thanks to ciliz-ns for entertainment of dele
gates were also offered by Dr. Taylor aud
Bowling Green, Ky., w.us selected as place
ol meeting lor the next annual conference.
Closing devotional exercises were conducted
by Rev. J. F. Marlav, D. D cf High street
M. . church, this cily. and tbe conftrmce
adjourned alter the bishop had read the fol
H. W. White, P. E- Lexington, Ky.; Boyd
Baier and Louis, G. F. Uarr; Oudentown and
Harrodaburg, A. Jamieson ; Corinth and Wil-lianj.-town,
B. V. Kirkley; Falmouth, X. L.
Carr; Fiemingsburg and Poplar Plain, H. A.
Southgate; Georgetown, Scott Ward; Ger
mintown, C.J. Jlickels; Hedges and How
ard's Creek, G. W. Henderson; Leesbnr, T.
T. Carpenter; Lexington, Asoury, V. H.
Evans; Gumis, G. V. Ttiomaa; Lends and
llarblf Creek, J. H. Jackson; MooreSeld and
Sherburne, Jess Henry; ML. Olive, Sardin
and Johnson, F. Brown ; Monterey and Ox
ford, Felix Uoss; Xew Ziod, J. H. Stanley;
New Providence and College Hill, U. Hope
well; Xoith Middletawn, . E. Wilson;
Orangeburg, J. H. Hargrove; Paris, G. A.
Siase!;Shatp3burg, X. A. Ellett; Tolesburg
and Dover, Titus ISuckoer; Versailles, W. H.
Vanghn; Washington, H. C. Buckner; Win
chester, D-niel Jones.
W. W. Lock, P. E All-n supplied; An
chorage and Middletown, J. W. Russell,
Berford circuit, to be supplied; Chaplin and
Bloomfield, L. W. Miles; Eminence circuit, to
be supplied; Fianklort,- Robert Buckner;
Frankfort circuit, ti be supplied; Jericho
and Smith's, W. S. Rollins; La Grange, S. G.
Turner; Lebicoa Junction and New Haven,
W. H. B'oomer; Louisville, Coke chapel, A.
McDade; Jickson ktrtet, W. L. Muir; Lloyd
street, J. L. Perrin, Mission, to be supplied ;
ML Wa-bington and Waterlord, Charles
Hestoa; Pewee Valley, X. H. Tolbert; Sam
ntl's and Bardstown, to be supplied; Sbe'.by
ville, M. Walton; Simpjonville and Fincb
nlle. Wm. Johnson; Strawberry circuit,
Isaiah Ma.-on: Sulphur and Potion crtek, W
H. Lawrence; Aakcfield and Tayloriville,
Paris Fisher; Warsaw and Ghent, J. A. Ross;
Wilsonville and JtSersoatown, J. W. Horton;
Woodfirk ciicuil, F. P. Fielding.
COWLINO GUEIN DISTRICT.
Abraham Booker, P. E, Jeffersonville, Ind.
Auburn and Rassellvihe, Henry Dapee; Beir
leyville and Germantown, W. B. Harm;
Bowling Gieen, J. F. Lindsy; Cave City,
Bonney ville and Glasco, S. P. Lawson; Cedar
Ridge circuit, Itenj. Strider; Dawsin and
Central City, Green Philips; Duloney, Gum
Springs and Princeton, A. Adams; Eddy ville
and Rolling Mills, W. M. Jamieson; Eliza
bethtown and Cecilia, James Uagans; Frank
lin, Aaron Jones; Greenville, Livermore and
Xortenville, J. E. Christopher; Hamilton
Mines, W. H. Gibson; Hardinsburg andClov
erport, J. Bjwren; Hartford and Baver
Dam, B.J. Ward; Hawesville, LewispjrtanJ
Oweasboro, E. D. Miller; Hendersjn,
E. D. Hammond; Litchfield and Sulphur
Sp'ings, D. Hickman; Millwood and Caney
vi.le, K. D. Wilson; Morgantown and Indian
Camp, P. Dent; Pool's chapel and Oik Hill',
W. M Poole; Ricbard-on Landing and
Brandenburg, Fiauk Frazier; Sonoia, James
Freeman; Smithlaad, IVducah and River
Bend, J. E. Richardson; West Point and
Vine Grove, Chas. Robinson.
Joseph Courtney, P. E., Covington, Ky.
Aberdeen, Ripley, lliggiosport-and Augusta,
W. C. Echols; Bilavia, Miltord and Win.hei
ter, Tneo. Wilson; UtLUire, Elijah Henler
son; Cadiz and Georgetown, Joseph
Adkias; Cheviot, Mt. Ileal, by and
College Hill, Job Ro,s, Cincinnati,
Union chapel, Lewis M. Haygood; Cl-vel-ind
and Elyria, J. II PayLe; Cut ington, E. W.
S. lUmmond; Cummipsvilie, Madisonville
and Lockland, CLarles U. Pyles; Dayton,
Uechanicsbuv ali Delaware, 0. W. Fox;
Flushing, Bridgeport and St. Clairiville, .
r- y ltd
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56 8 W
II Brown; Ironton and Ashland, John
Downs, Louiss and Cassville, John L. Grif
fith; Marion and Rushy lrania,Eben Jackson;
May's Lick and North Fork, George W.
Board; Maysville, J. W. Moreland; ML
Pleasant and Martin's Ftrry, llraxton Dan
iela; Xew Rithmond and Laurel, James Tay
lor; Newport and Walnut Hills, to be sup
plied; Oberlin, J. F.M. Moreland; Portsmouth
and Vanceburg, E. A. White; Spiingficld,
Henry W. Tate; Stenbenrille, W. T. Frank
lin; Troy, W. W. Heston ; editor S. W. Christ
ian Advocate, M. W. Taylor, member Union
chapel quarterly conference, Cincinnati.
Ccas. Junes, P. E., Indianapolis, Ind.;
Carmi, Wabash and Little Prairie, C. II. Tay
lor; Cleres and Rising Sun, Thoa. Tompkins;
Connersrille, Geo. W. Ziegler; Evansville and
Xewburg, Frank Hintoc; Greencastle and
Bloomiagton, A. A. Price; Indianapolis, M.
McCoomrr; Indianapolis circnii, J. B. Col
lins; Jeffersonville, 0. T. Jones; Lawrence-
ville and Pinkstati, Simeon Stone; Liber and
and Wiachester, Thos. L. Ferguson; Madison
and Xorth Vernon, Aiex. Posey; Newcastle
Anderson aid Knightstown, D. W. Histon;
Princeton, Mt. Carmel and Grayville, Fied.
White; Rockport, Cannelton and No. 12, M.
S.Johnson; Shelby ville and Rushville, Henry
Steen; Springfield, Thcs. WatU; Shawnce
lown, Eldorado, South Amtnca, Golcoada
and Viecna, P. A. Jones; Terre Haute end
Knightsrille, Jese Numday ; Watson, New
Albany and Coryr'on, T. M. Tompkins.
As mar be seen in the reort of closing
proceedings, Tuesday afternoon, ol Lexing
ton M. E. Conference, Rev. 11. W. Tate was
continued as pastor of Wiley chapel, this
city, for the third year, being the second of
a 1 its pastors so continued. This action 'of
the Bishop in making his appointment is
gratifying to the people ot the congregation
and ol the city also, with whom Mr. Tate
stands high. During this Conterence he has
performed tbe arduous duties ot the secretary
ship with ability and accuracy and the
records are in unusually goad shape. The
GLOBK-RitrcBLic is indelted to Mr. Tate lor
courtesies and hopes to see him a Presiding
Elder beforo many more Coherences are
Closing Up the Year' Builneas Pay Ordi-
naucei Street Iropruvemeata.
Council met in regular session Tuesday
eveaiog, April 7, Piesident Johnson in the
cbair. Absent: Uugan, Funk and Hansell.
The clerk presented weighmister's report
for March, showing receipts ot $116.60. Re
ferred to Auditing Committee.
The clerk read the articles of agreement
between the City of Springfield and the Day
ton Daily Democrat, for tbe printing and
binding ct 2G0 copies of tbe new police rules
and regulations 100 iu cloth and 100 in
paper "or $35.
By the same Mayor's report for March:
Total fine!, $135.85; receipts lor licenses,
$10.50; total, $HG.35. R-ferred to Auditing
By Mr. Jennings Petition from William
Pimlott asking permission to more a fraae
house along certain street. Referred to Com
mittee on Streets and Highways.
Bills were presented and referred.
By Mr. Mast Report from the Finance
Committee on tbe costs of the Walker case.
By Mr. Conklin, from Committee on City
Improvements Resolution that money be set
aside for employing a mason who shall work
under direction ot committee. Adopted.
By the -mc Resolution that the Street
Commissioner be instructed to fill and grade
tbe East street railroad ctossing. Adopted.
By the same Resolution thatCity Marshal
notify certain property holders to repair side
walks in front ot said property within ten
days of notice. Adopted.
Pay ordinances were submitted and adopted
as follows: Streets and highways, $308.00;
Fire department, $152.32; Police, $107.94.
By Mr. Petticrew, from streets and high
ways Resolution to allow Street Commis
sioner $200, for keeping horse and wagon.
By the same Report from Committee on
Streets and Highways recommending that tbe
petition ot Wm. Pimlott to be allowed to
move a trame house along certain streets be
By tbe same Resolution granting D. R
Hosterman permission to move a frame build
mga'ojg certain streets, he to be responsible
for damage to public or private property.
By Mr. Prince, from Gas and Corporation
Report, tliat, on investigation, the Germaa
Methodist church is found to be using gas
fljwing through the meter of City Council
room. Said church will pay for this gas at
the rate of $1.00 per month, and city gas bill
reduced in proportion. Placed on ble.
By the fame Report ot City Clerk audited
and found coriect. Report was placed on file.
By Mr. Korn, of Committee on Claim;
Ordinance to pay out of general expense fund
mils to the amount of $501.25. Adopted.
By City Solicitor Report ot City Solicitor
for year ending March 31sL Placed on file.
By Lessner Resolution to bold a meeting
of Council next Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
By Netts Resolution that the street com
missioner be directed to raise crossing on the
east side of Yellow Springs street where it
crosses North. Adopted.
By Hansell Resolution that city solicitor
be directed to demand of John W. Bookwalter
payment of the amount paid by the city to
By the same Resolutions to improve cer
shall take pleasure in exhibiting to the inspection
COR. MAIN AND
THK DUTIES OF THF. GENTLER SEX
HOW BEST FULFILLED.
What a great task is assigned to wo
man. Its dignity can not be elevated. It is
not her province to make laws, co lead
armie, nor to be at the head of great en
terprises, but to her is given the power to
form those by whom the law s are made,
to teach the leaders of mighty armies and
the governors of vast empires. She is
required to guard against having the
slightest taint of bodily infirmity touch
the frail creature whose moral, intellect
ual and physical being is derived from
her. She must instil correct principles,
inculcate right doctrines, and breathe into
the soul of her offspring those pure senti
ments which in time to come will be a
part of themselves, and bless generations
yet unborn. Yes, to woman is given the
blessed privilege of aiding the sufferer in
all the various stages of his existence. She
smiles' serenely ot the christening, and
weeps at the burial, while she soothes the
bereaved heart. This is her province and
duty. Yet how can s'ic fulfill her mission
unless possessed of a r'rong and healthy
body? The preparation of Dr. S. B.
Hartman, and known as Pfruna, is just
the tiling for persons suffering from a ma
jority of the complaints incident to this
climate. It is invaluable to women, and
Mrs. J. W. Reynolds of New Lisbon,
Columbiana county, Ohio, is a noted ex
ample of Uut the medicine can do. She
says she has suffered for cars w ith con
gestion of the lung, catarrh in the head,
and was troubled with a bad cough. She
had tried a number of physicians, but
they all failed to cure her. "She was in
duced to try Pf.ruva, and immediately a
marked change took place. After using
ne bottle her cmigh ceaed and in a short
time her other ailments w ere cured. She
I n now completely restored to health, and
gives all the credit to I'erusa. Mr. J.
V. Reynold', her husband, was a con
firmed invalid. I le could not sleep well,
neither could he work. HcusedPERU.VA,
and as a result, was completely restored
to his former vigor and strength. He
savs he now feels like a new man.
'Mr. Bernhardt Scr.bs, St. CItir, St.
Clair count v, Mich., says: "I have thor
oughly tried vour Feuusa in the various
diseases to which parents and a large fam
ily of children are ever liable, and I find
it incverycaseto be just the thing needed.
No family can honestly be without it."
Xancy Feterman, Cookport, Indiana
County, Pa., says: " Gentlemen: Your
valuable Pcrun'a is the best medicine I
tain sidewalks, and that owners of said walks
be directed to repair them within thirty das.
Mr. Netts objected to the thirty days clause,
and moved to change tbe time to sixty dayE.
The amendment was carrieJ. Considerable
discussion was created by this resolution,
which finally ended, on motion of Mr. Conk
lin, in laying the resolution over until next
SVJUSQrlELll 3VALL AlstOClATlO
Meeting of Manager and Election of. Of
ficers for the New Yenr.
The new managers of the Springfield M'All
Association (auxiliary to the American As;0
ciation) met at Mrs. Dr. Webb's Tuesday after
noon, and elected officers for the new year, as
President Mrs. Rev. W. H. Warren.
Vice presidents (representing the various
denominations) Mrs. E. P. Christie, Mrs. C.
M. Nichols, Mrs. Rev. A. L. Wilkinson, Mrs.
Rev. D. W. Smith, Mrs. Rote, Mrs. Rev. J.
B. Walker, Mrs. Rev. Joseph Kyle, Mrs. Uer.
Recording secretary Mrs. R. S. Thomp
son. Corresponding secretary Miss E. W. Bush
nell. Treasurer Mrs. Judge J. C. Miller.
It was decided to hold business meetings
quarterly and public meetings semi-annually
The ladies heartily favored holding a citi
zen's meeting at an early day, and the matter
was referred to a committee ot five gentle
men, as follows: Mr. C. M. Nichols, Rev.
Dr. Webb, Rev. Dr. Marlay, Rev. Jos. Kyle
Judge J. C. Miller.
The Treasurer reported having collected,
money to pay the amount pledged to the
M'All Mission for the past year viz.
It is hoped that the Society can raise this
amount fur the new year, that it may assume
the lull rental expenses of theStation Meni!
montant and also be able to contribute $50.00
additional toward tbe Beach Memorial Stntion.
The Society tendered a very hearty vote ot
thanks to the retiring Secretary, for her effi
cient services the past year.
The Gloss: Republic is urged to request all
congregations in th'e city to participate in tbe
work of the Auxiliary during iho new year.
We print the list ot managers in lull:
Congregational Mrs. Rev. Wm. H. War
ren, Mrs. Wm. II. Grant, Mrs. I. H. K-lley.
Fust Presbyterian Mrs. Dr. Falconer, Mrs.
Ed. P. Christie, Mrs. Wm. U. P. Weir.
Second Presbyterian Mrs. Dr. Webb, M s.
Marshfield Steele, Mrs. Dr. Bart.
United Picsbyterian Mrs. Rtv. Kyle, Miss
M. J. Clokey, Mrs. Birbaur.
First Lutheran J rs. Rev. Smith, Mrs.
Prof. Diehl, Miss Josie Thomas.
Second Lutheran Mrs. Rev. Wagner, Mrs.
Ross Mitchell, Mrs. G. C, Stephens.
High Street M. E. Mrs. II G. Hamlin, Mr .
Dr. Van Norman, Mrs.Stillwell.
St. Paul Mrs. Rev. Tnckley, Mrs. P. P.
Mast, Mrs. Darrow.
Center Street M. E "Mrs. Geo. Horner,
Mrs. Wones, Miss Balentine.
M. P. Church Mrs. Rev. Walker, Mrs. C.
H. Williams, Mrs. G. C. Stephens.
Trinity Baptist Mrs. T. C. Ackerson, Miss
First Baptist Mrs. Brunner, Mrs. John
Sykts, Mrs. Pboebe Ports.
Episcopal Mrs. Rose, Mrs. A. S. Busbnell,
Miss Alice Bishop.
Faee Will Baptist Mrs. Rev. Poston.
Rev. B. W. Arnett, the eloquent colored
preacher, who is well known and always wel
come in Springfield, was nominated for Rep
resentative in the Legislature, by Greene
ciunty Republicans, at their primary .tlfttim'
Monday, and nil! be elected next October.
The Republican tkket was eltcted in Ui
baoa, Monday, but by such narrow margins
the Citizen leels called upon to read Republi
can voters a lecture on their neglect ot duty.
Weaver, whose hore was stolen here last
week, recovered tbe animal at Richmond,
Ind., where the thiet bnd sold it for $100.
.A Finnic Girl.
In Cincinnati a sixteen-year-old girl re
cen ly died after a tast of filly-two days. Sbe
had been attacked by something like paraly
sis v u ch rendered it impossible for her to
take nourishment. 1 he human system can
not thrive will out gocd lood anil good ability
to dhtesl it. Weak nnil itnpaind digestion is
rectified by Brown's Iron 1'itters better than
any other Icuie in the wo'ld. Mr. J E Fiee-
herg, romtroy, Iowa, says: "I used Brown s
Iron Bitters (or dyspepsia and poor appetite;
completely cured me.' It will cure y..u.
A little son of Chas. Darlington, E-q., who
with bis mother had j'ist returned Irora a trip
South, nns very paiufully injured at his home
in Xenifl, a few djys sine, by a ul iv mate
falling upoa him, di-I Killing cne arm at the
elbow. The lad suffered greatly but bare the
optration required with manly courage.
Carelessness is tbe trne cause of a great
many ot our iris ortune.. It was carelessness,
accirding to the adm sion of Sttpben W.
Reynolds, ol Coldwaler, Mic'iigan, that
brought on a severe attack of colic. "The
pain was intensely acute," hen rite, "I was
cn-eil iu two hoars by Misbler's Herb Bitters."
This great hous-hcld lemeily never tails when
uete" as dincted luroolic, tramp, pun in tne
s onicb, dysentery, diairhiei, incltgesiioi, or
kidney and liver disorders.
cukks roil riLns.
Piles are frequently preceded by a rense ot
weight in the back, loius and lower part of
the abdomen, caLSing the patieit to 'nppose
he ha3 some ejection ot the kidneys or
neighboring orgars. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc " A moistme, lika per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, alter getting v&rm, is c common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pih s
yield at once to the application ot Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, which Hcts directly
upoa the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, alieying tbe intense itching, and
effecting a irruanent cere. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. I!akhau3 .t Co.
For Colds, Croup, Asihtin, Bronchitis and
Sore Throat uc Dr. TLomas's Electric Oil, and
get the gennin".
Tne removal of Prof. Sanborn of N. H.,
after being pronounced incurable by a core
of phjsicians, from Las Vegas, N. M to his
home, was effected by admini.tcri-g Dr. Hat
ter's Iron Tonic, wh ch ha3 rc-storcu him to
bis former good health.
!?oliif ii,ol!4li Feople
Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond
the reach of medicine. They often say, Oh
it will wear away, but in most cases it wears
thom away. Could they be induced to try
the succeSilul medicine called Kemp's Balstm,
which we sell on a posiiive guarantee tocuie,
they would immediately sei tbe excellent
effect after taking the first dose. Price 50c
and$l. Trial sine free. Sold by Dr. T.
J. Casper, Druggist.
My physician said I could not lire, my liver
out o! order, frequently vomited greenish
mucous, skin yellow, small dry humours on
face, stomach would not retain lood. Bur
dock Blood Bi'lrrscureJ me. Mrs Adelaide
O'Brien. 372 Exchange St. Buffalo, N. Y.
By lack ol open air exercise, and tbe want
of sufficient care in tbe matter of diet, tbe
whole physical mechanism often becomes im
paired during the winter. Ayer's Sarsapar
illa is the proper remedy to take in the spring
of the year to purify the blood, invigorate
the system, excite the liver to ection, and re
store the heallbv tone and vicor.
A llfct-Uftl Woumu
Is the lady wbo ues coimetics, face lotions,
white lead, bismuth, powders, arsenic, Ac, in
the belief of enriching and beautifying the
compleiion. It is but temporsry and ulti
ma'ely destroys tbe skin beyond the power
of nature to restore. Slop ill Stop it now
and i-r cnly Dr. IJartcr's Iron Tonic, which
mparts the vigor and loveliness of you'll.
A Husband' Greatest lsleAitic:
Is a strong, healthful, vigorous wife with a
clear, handsome compleiion. The-e can all
be acquired by using Dr. Hirttr's Iron Tonic
IToull .lenl Kfml lilts.
The Voltaic Belt Co., ot Msrshall, Mich.,
offer to s-nd their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric Appliances on tnal
f jr thirty days, to men (j oung cr old) afflicted
with nervou3 debility, loss ot vitality and
manhood, and u'l kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, pa'alj sis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guirantccd. No
risk is incurred as thirty days trUl is al
lowed. Write them at once for illustrated
rAKMl.lh AM MECHANICS.
Save mone and doctor bills. Relieve your
mothtrs. wives and sisteis by a timely pur
diase of Dr. Bosanko's Couc,h and Lung
Syrup, best known renudy for cough', colds,
croup, and bronchial affections. Relieves
children of croup in one night, may save you
hundreds of dollars. Price 30c. and $1. Sam
ples free. Sold by Ad. Bikbaus Co.
Hall's Hair Iteuewcr renews, cleanse',
brightens, and invigomtis tbe hair, and re
stores faded or g ay hair to its youthful color
and lustre. 1'cople with gray hair prefer to
me the Rencner, rathe: tbin proclaim to the
world, through tLeir bleeched locks, that they
are becoming aged, ami passing on to decay.
A UAKU. ToRtl who re untTerlng rroin
errorsand loiltcretionsol j juth, nervous weak,
nesa, early decay, loss of iuinbood.de., I will
send a recli-e tbat will cure you, FREE OK
CUAilUE. Tills irredt remedy was discovered by
a missionary In boMh America. Send self-ad-dre.sed
euf elope to BEV. JOSEFH T. LNMAN
fetation Uaw York.
. M w &wKb fyp bP
An elegant fine of Spring and Summer Dress Goods,
New Styles, New Ceiijns, and New Material. Our Im
ported Dress Goods are realy beautiful, the styles this
season are richer and handsomer than ever.
IN ALL THE NEW SHADES.
BLACK SILKS ! BLACK SILKS !
A Genuine Bargain in B'ack Silks. We will offer this
week French JniDorted Gross Grain Dress Silks from 62 1-2
per yard. This is therraatsst bargains ever offered in
Black ?ilks. Pow is tha time
Dress for less thin wha. they
0UB, M0XJRMKG DEPARTMENT
Is now complete with the latest and most desirable Mourn
ing Goods, in this iiepanment will be found many new
and ricn materials.
Xew Trimmings and Buttons to Match all the New
black; BRO. & CO.
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tie Greatest Medical Trmmph of the Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loan of appetite, Itowela costive, 1'ain In
the head, with a dull ensniioa In the
back parr, l'ain nnder tuo aboulder
blade, Fullness after eating, with adl
laelination Co exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
afeelinsofbrwlnenfclcctcd nomo duty.
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at tho
Heart. Dots before the eyes, Hcadacho
orer the) right eye. Kcstlcssncss, with
fitful dreams, Ilighlycolored Urine, and
'A'UTT'S PIIXS aro especially adapted
to such, cases, ono doso effects such a
They Increase tlie Apprtlte.anJ causa ttio
body to Take ou t'lisli.thci thu system Is
nourished. anl hylhclrTonlc Action on
prortnifd. tTlroH.lr. Murray t..r..
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Kenovates tho body, makes ht-althy rlesih.
strengthens the -weak, repairs the wastes of
the system with pure blood and hard muscle;
tones the nervous svstem, invorates tha
brain, and Imparts tho vfcjor ot manhood.
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J s.tT 1HW Nroy rr.
Pparn nu;lncs Chance
fi R1 Cratrtj Pli V I C
I vurkstsra cia LbMT llrr "X lour mmiircs
w, j i - ej in (.
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HANCE & CO.
Men's Working Shnos SOc 1o $1; Mca's
Hits. Congros and liiillmi 1.'2", to
$:!; Men's Calf Kootx 91.23 to $3.30;
a job lot Jlen's C.KXUIM: IIAMi
SEWED Hals. Button :iml fon;:rvs, TO
CLOSE, at 1, us good as any $i hoe
in the city. LailieV Hue Kid Bntlo .
Marked button holes, $1.23; I,ilit"i'
Pebbled PulWi, siliil, i0 c nt; ll.js',
Youths', mill 3INse' S- haul Mine- S3r
to 91.25; (Jcnt's. Ilnbbr- SOc; Ladies'
Light Spring Oterslwes 20c.
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St.
fciTTu nvold cni,fu.lnn noil iiii-l-aflinc
I he public, w will Miiy Ihut H1CK JC
CO. ritmlinitt il. aim lfiitie.4 lit tl.n
uhl Matitl. H AVKST MAIN ST., where
jmtwill nl.Tiu h fintl (i LjrseMcli,l.off
Prices auil Fair Dunlin;;.
RELIABLE SELF GUR&
A f.i, nrile nrescril !jod of one of the most
nnrrd and successful s cctalist. in Ine U. S
I L'ghtnipg T
w,Asnnt. I J
(now retired) for the cure of Xenon llelilllly.
Lost Miinlioo.l. WenUiieand lleeuy. Sent
in plain scaled envelope Free.- Druggists can fill it.
Address OR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
BRO. & CO.
to buy a rich Black Silk
usually cost at wholesale.
"THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME."
The New York Board of Health estimates that
30,000 lires hare lxen destroyed br the eiplosirs
q'a1ities of petroleum. If every household would
adopt tho U bite Mai oil for family use, Bon of
these unfortunate accidents would occur.
WHITE SEAL BURNIN6 OIL
his none of the defect usually found in common
oils- It cannot be exploded, does not char the
wick, will not suiokp, emits noofftnsiTaodor, ud
prevents the breaking of chimneys.
WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL
Ii a rich oil for illuminating purposes. It is as
light in co'or as pure spring water. It gltes a
strong, steady light, and burns much longer than
If this oil is not sulJ In your vicinity, send your
order dliect to is for a barrel or a case containing
two five-gallon cans.
BROOKS OIL COMPANY,
85 .KUCLID AVENUE, CLEVIXAND, O.
114 ami 113 SOUTH STKEET.NKW YORK
NERVE A BONE
rWff. t3. per sMtffe. Introdnced In 1MB by
firo. .llarsion Allr.. Apalnless, rare ud
.needy cure for Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Olc) Born,
IsurnK. Sprains. Scalds. Cuts, Braises, Swellings and
all other bodily pains. Farmers and owners of
stock recommend It as the best known remedy for
cure of Shoulder Strains. Cracked Heels. Scratches,
Chares or Ualls, Sprains. Corks. Film In the Eye,
sic 0trare frtsif mXirnnm
mi AS. II. Al, I.K.N. Jr.. sole Prop, and Mann.
facturer. Office. No. 3 V. 3th. St.. Cleliisitl,0.
STFor sale tr all Dra-Hiau.-t
McMonagle & Rogers'
These extracts are known to many, but
if any fail to know them, we sajr give
them, a trial and you'll use no others.
They far excel all others in strength and
.uniformity of quality, and the best dealers
sell them" here and elsewhere.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
CleTilAort, Columbus, Cincinnati and la.
GREAT TEXTUAL TRUCK ROUTE.
EAST AJVD WEST.
Illni.h farm ..ttt. ... . ... 1 r. .
f Only direct line flj Clereland, BuSalo and Hl-
affrs rails loce-r xoTkanil Siw hnglaod.
Direct connections for all Southern, Southwest
ern and ofi stem points, either by wsy of Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or ftt. Louis. Fast Time, New
Equipment, and runnlnc thraugh tha mast sops
Is r part ot the country; possessing eTery appli
ance or speed and comfrrt known to b semoe
sble. Tbe Best Kosd-lied and tbe nafest Bead la
the West. Tickets by this papular route far sale
at all regular ticket offices.
.A. J. SMITH, General Passenrer Acent.
C C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Ttslai Luri Oasrlut.
Bpring., uei. a col. Acoom.
. 10:M a m
. 11 3 a ia
. Y. 4 1
Boston EzDress .
niKQt e.xprpsa , , , ,
ClnC- itl & S. t.Vtt Idnu
Clevmau Irani Mn ,, , ,
Trill Tt 3d2Z Srcti.
Mldnlght Ktprswi 2;9s a i
Sprlngfleld Accom. .. 5:J a at
Sprlugfleld i Cincinnati zpieaa 8 39 am
Cm. A Indianapolis Expres,.. lliJSant
Cincinnati Fmt T.I .m l:45psa
Dayton, Cln.,i ht- h. v 3JO p ra
Southern Kprp S.stpsa
Sp'fd.4 Cln. Accom. SoDdayonly. 7:15a sa
Trails ArrlTt 7na Sntt.
M. Y. A. Boston Express..
Cln. A Delaware Kxpresa.
ij-evpMiiu rain i.ine.
SjtJ. A Cln. Acoom., Sunday only. 7jim
Tnlu ArrlTi fiea bit.
Delaware. BDfd. A Cln- Kxnrea
Cincinnati Fast LIne..
Columbus, Delaware an rprlnglleld Ac 7J0 p at
riiese train a e the ouly onea running on
Train leaving at 11:35 a. m. has throagh
sleeping car to Boston without change.
The train leavlnn at 3 :15 hma narlnr M,l-
Cleveland, connecting with the tnrooga
sleeper to New York a-d Boston.
All trains run uy Central standard Time
which is i5 minutes slower than Springfield time.
Ticket Agent, Arcade HeUL
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THROUGH Pffl.EB TB1IIS Z
Xail , each way,
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modem Coaches on Day Trains. ,
Steel Hails, Miller Platforms and
Couplers, Air Brakes aud all
Slionest anj Must D-irable Koute 8-
tween tlieKastand Won. Through
Tickets aud ISags;s;e Cbecka
to all Principal fuluts.
Particular adrantages offend to Western- !
grants. Land aud 'lourUt Ticketa to all points
reached by any Hue.
rtssengtr trains leare Springfield, 0.,from Unisa
Depot sa follows:
Going fcxst, 11:40 a. m., 10-05 a. m., 5:40 a. m.
Uoing West, 1:45 a. m., 11:35 a. m., 5Up. m.
Going North, 2:45 a. m., 11:40 a. u,
boing South, O. S. K. , I0W a. nu, SS p. as.
From ut, 1:30 a. m., 5:15 p. m., 11:15 a. -u
From West, 12:15 a. m., 9-& a. m., 5:05 p. au
From North, 12:30 a. m., 3.-00 p. in.
From South 9:50 a. m., s:30p. m.
V. JS. llendersoo, H. M. Branson.
(ien'l Manager. Oen'l Tlckst AgV.
D. U. BOl'Ufc, Ageat, Sprlng-'Sd.a
Ohio Southern UlrUtasu
Train ArriN Ire- Jacktoa iad.Waisaasii C. R.
apnngl'Id a. a.
No. I (except Sunday) 5:15 p. m.f 4 JO p. at
No.3(excepteunday)10:I0a.ni. ) a. at
Tnlss Dtagrt far JickaM is. WtssJsftM C M.
Sprlngf Id B. ,
Nc 2 (except Siday)U :45 a. ax. 10Oa.as
No. 4 (except Sunday) , 5:55 p. sa. SUV p. a
N. T. P. At O. KAILWAT.
Traiai Lam g c 14
No. 4, N. Y. Limited Ex10:3t a. m.
No. 8, Ke- York Express 5:19 p. m.
No. ri, Atlantis ExpressJ04 s m.
4:49 p. sa.
Tnlm Lnn fslag West.
No. l.rin. and West'n Fx.l2i3 p. m.
No. 3, FaclSe Express 2:24 a. m.
No. 5, St. I Limited tx 53 p. m.
These trains are the only onea running; oa 8ma
Free hack to trains one hour before time ol de-
Sarture. J. D. FuXKOxa, 'llcket Agt; o ce St.
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. L. Railway.
L. . DiTlsion-Spring-fleid Bnaelb
eowa an.Ex. E. Ex. W. Ex. EU'mM Fst L'e.
wT. so 1. .. No. 11. No. 5. No. 7.
rC 1 yJL.a.l
T.Sp'gna 1.00am 8.4a.m 10.40am &S5na 4.13am -T.Y?p'g
7.26" 9.04" 11.03" 9.01 " 4.41"
Ar. Xcnla- 7 55 " 9.30" 11.30 ' 9.30" 5,10"
Ar.Oic: ia30" 2.Upm 2.13pm
Ar. fol's 10.00" II. 10am 7.10" 11.20pm 11.20
Ar..'at'le 6J0pm 6.30pm C30 " l.ouam
sous CoL Ac. E,Ex. CoLMX DayEx. E.Ub
IUT No. 10. No. 6. No. 12. No. 8. No. 2.
LT.L'at'le .. 2.4Cam 7.25am 150pm 50pi
Lt. On 530am 7.25" 2 30pm 7.15" 1.00
LT!enla. 8 05" 9.33" 5.15" 9.35" 2.40"
Ar.Col's 10.00" 11 J" 7.10-11.20" , , ,
Ar.Y.S'p'g ll.I5"ia0" 6.00" ltt31 "
Ar.Sp'gfid 7.00" 1&30" 6.25 "1055" SJUJ"
Train )o 1 makes immediate connections at
Xenix for Washington a B., ChlUleothe, Cineln
natl and olumbus. No. 9 Is the Fast Eastern
Express, making immediate connections at Xenla
fur Pittsburg. Harrisburg, Washington, Baltimore.
Philadelphia, New York. Boston, all Eastern and
New I ndand points. Also through car serrlce for
Clereland, Bufiilo and Albany. No. 11 makes di
rect connections at Xenix for Cincinnati. Leuis
Tllle snd points routh; through trains for Bleh
mond, Indianapolis, t)t. Louis ard points West.
No. 5 is the famous Limited Express and makes
direct connections at Xenia for Columbus, Pitts
burg. Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington, Phila
delphia, New York, Boston, all Eastern and New
England points, also immediate connection for
Cereland, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
Syracuse, N. Y. No. 7, Fast Line, Western snd
st Xenia for Cincinnati, fouiatille, Chattanooga,
Nashville, Memphis, and New Orleans, is a
through train to Richmond, Chicago, and points
in tke North and Northwest; Indianapolis, St.
louts, Kais silly and points ia tke Wast ud
Southwest. All trains run on slsnlard lime,
which Is 25 minutes slower than city time. Tick
ets sold and basgage checked to all paints in tha
United States, and reliable ia formation, can be
obtained of the Company's agents, and at tae
office of the Company's Ageat, this dry. Par
ticular information as to time of train connec
tions, rates, etc. cheerfully furnished.
Call en J. M. H IN Ed, City Ticket Ageat.
E. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent.