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REPUBLIC, THURSHDAT EVEJJJNG JAITUART 0, 1887.
5 A HEAVY WIN
Gentlemen who usually patronize merchant tailors are asked to call and see our stock of medium to extra fine Overcoats. One great feature of
our stock is our assortment of Chinchilla Overcoats. We have them in Blue or Brown, fast colors, at $6, $8 and $10, well made and trimmed, and
they fit. Then we show a splendid line in blue, black, brown, gray, and wine colors, made by the best manufacturers in this country and Europe. The
colors have been thoroughly tested by us. They are handsomely trimmed and made by the best tailors, and How Perfectly They Fit. The prices are
$12, $15 and $18. We shall be happy to compare them with any Merchant Tailors' Overcoats of the same goods at $30 to $40.
3STO. 29 SOUTH ULhLElSTOlX El STREET.
CUT RITE IE
Follow these prices np ; if are brlow
am competltlin: prices eh an hold
rood until further notice; we are not
oat of the goods when job call for thtm.
Fresh Boasted Oflee, 15c a lb.
Better Grades, 17c and ISc lb.
Star Crackers, 5c per ponnd.
New Valencia Raisins, 10c lb.
New English Dried Currants,
8 l-3c per ponnd.
New Tomato Catsup, in bulk,
10c per quart.
New Pickles, 5c per dozen.
Jiew Canned rrults and Vegetables from
best packers. We give the famous Presby
terian Coot: Book free with each pound can
Star Baking Powder; also Ivory Soap
sketches In pamphlet.
01 and 03 Wnt Slain St. and 40 South Mar
ket St., Springflrld, O.
WANTED An active acent In each county
in Ohio. Uoods easily sold. Small capital
required. Will give a rood man liberal com
mission. Send slamo for descrtntive circular
and give reference. Address. Cincinnati Lad
der Cc Cincinnati. O. 5r
TVANTED Olrl to do central noasenorlc la
If family ot two. Good wajes to right per
aia. K .Miller street. 4a
LADIES wanted to Ret np Tea Clubs tor our
Pun Teas and CoCeea. A host of useful
articles to select from as premiums. Send for
Illustrated Price and Premium List, bperial
Offer: To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we mil send tree one
pound ot choice Tea. Address. National Tea
ana Coffee Co.. Boston. Mass.
WASTED Board and room for self, wife
and two children; or rooms for licht
houseteeptng. References exchanged. Ad
Crcts W 20. Globe-Republic ogee. if
WANTED Situation by two young men to
workaround the house; can give city ref
erence. Address K.E., care this office. It
WANTED Good girl for Utcben work; Ger
man preferred. Apply at 319 north Lime
stone street. lb
TrANTED-Girl for general houw work.
II Small family. Good wages. Call at 2C
west Mulberry street. r.'lt
TrANTED Work By a strong and willing
II young man. at anything. Address ?
Campbell. 103 soath Factory street, city. TUb
TTTANTED Good girl for general housework;
II best wages paid; no washing. Must come
well recommended. Mrs. 11. B.Allen. 3U6 west
Mulberry street. 67t
TtTANTED Ladies and gentlemen In city or
II country can have steady employment at
home; distance no objection In canvas.lcg
Address Air iupplj Co, 4i Eliot street. Boxlon.
PROF. RIGIO. the harpist, can be founl by
tho desirlnghls services at his residence.
No. 68 Fisher street, between North and Co
WANTED A live, energetic man. to repre
sent ns: 175 per msnth.and expenses
Goods staple; every one bnys; outfit and par
ticulars tree. Standard Silverware Co., Bos
FOR SALE Horse A good, dark-dappled
gray, four-year-old horse; good stjle and
action. Call at Ssosouth Center street. Tut
POR SALE Pure sweet elder of our own
make: no adulteration or acid used. Par
ties wishlne a Dure article bv the barrel, can
find It at 2sa west Main street; also pure apple
jelly and apple butter, apples and potatoes at
! butter, apples ana potatoes at
n Saturday until 9 p.m. II. Rub-
wnoiesaie. upen ramrasy unu
asm Co. Telephone No T2.
nrtR S1TV 1mtMrtv nn li Vll..u' tinti.
X street, opposite main entrance to Fair I
vMwivifl. Tint. A tn mnint. in.Ml rellxr. ell
andclstern. Lot 1W by aw feet, r-taole and
out-DUiiaings complete xor luriner panici
lars call at residence or address Frank -M. Kul
lerton. city. tfhs
FR REXT One new bouse on Northern av
enue at&SO Inquire of Alex. O. Keller.
2 Boulevard, or Martin i Co.'s Insurance of
fice. 13 Arcade. Jet'
small amounts. Enquire of C. 11. klssell, real i
--" - -a. . -.. i.-. - .: .
estate ana loan aceni, room a. commercial
block. Limestone street. Springfield, O. ti't
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Solicitor ot American and Foreign
ix ill rATUT mniu.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Brsitklrncies: Washington. D.C.; Lon
don. Enc.; Paris, France.
X radical enr for all STOltACU Trouble
Areolar tr $1 pr package, pott-pald
C paekacts for $. Prepared onl j by PrlTat
rmaU Oft. lk x 1M. X.fcMm. Okk
inffn-inf from suM
I Ur HIT. sUMClt, 01
,tmrm Istlss.rultbcr'n IndicrrtkmjtW
GREAT MAltSTO.I TEATME.f.
Hrl-4 fefa frsM' SbouMhc md by Father
lh bind oi
s-w via r4t. ttiiisiiftii ikTsrssJars to mil laetl.
MARSTONREMEOrco 19 Part. Placs. New York.
Tie Crest EaflUh FreerlrUea
k Vim. TCWil-f... Aiyma torrAea.
F rmLuinu nDofracvaiidall Dis-i
mm caused br self atmso or In
discretion. One package I. sir Si's
BzroKzl Br mall. Write, for Pamphleu Urrra
feurcltsi CUemlcal Co., Detroit, filleiu
corner Main and iiarket strssts
Wit. role AKsni.
GENTS' FINE MEDIUM - PRICED SHOES
LAJDE ESPECIALLY FOR, ITS. S2.BO, S3, SS.BO. COST I2KT -AJSTY OTHER, HOUSE FTJULTT 1 MORE.
Schulte's Shoe Stores, 25 East Main St. and 15 West Main St
Isoneotthemo.it Important medicines ever
discovered. It has aided the human stomach
In Us work of digesting food, giving stn ngth
to"the system. removing depression and dis
tress and pain. ......
Like all other valuable articles It has been
adulterated, so It Is Important to get the gen
uine. . . .
Dr Casper, knowing the Importance ot their
punty and strength, has for years kept In
stock th following reliable makes :
rciiafflcr's Original Pepsin,
ItoudaU's French Pepsin,
Falrcliild's Scale Pepsin,
And many other forms and combinations ot
Pepsin. Mld In bottles or bulk at the lowest
CASPER'S Drug Store,
riiheVslllock. Maln9treet,3d Door Wast
Grand. Salsbury's Troubadours Thurs
day, January C.
Bivck's. Monday and Tuesday, Jan
uary 10 and 11, G. A. R. benefit,
Mrs. Latimer Is in Yellow Springs today,
visiting tier son.
Sirs. Woods was arrested yesterday for
Clark McCIellan, of Xcnla, was In the
city tills morning.
Mrs. Buxton and son, Ben, left for De
troit this morning.
I. K. McDonald went to Cincinnati this
morning on business.
Iter. Henry Tuekley returned home to
day from Xew York city.
Charles Syman returned yesterday from
a few days' visit In Cleveland.
In fourteen Francis Murphy meetings in
Cincinnati, 4,500 persons signed the pledge.
Charles PurcelL son of L. H. PurcelL re
turned last evening from a pleasant visit to
I. G. Itawn, of Delaware, assistant train
master of the C. C. C. & L railway, Is in
the city today.
II. II. Foppleton. Esq., of Cleveland,
general attorney for the Bee Line railway
system. Is at the Arcade.
Frank Haves, of Brandt returned lo
Springfield this inomlngto resume his stud
ies in Wittenberg college
Tlie sleighing is magnificent It simply
could not be Improved upon. Liverymen
are reaping a great harvest
A- S. Kodgers, Esq., went to Cincinnati
this morning on important legal business
involving the deposition of a land estate.
II. Carter wishes to return his thanks to
theeinpiojesof the East street shops for
the fat hog presented to him on New ears
Michael Duggan, a Xypando freight
brakenian at Lima, had his hand frightfully
mingled while coupling yesterday morning.
The member was amputated.
C. C. Taj lor. of Minneapolis, is here for
a week or ten days, to settle up his busl
ess here. He and Mrs. Taylor are favorably
impressed with their new location.
II. P. Converse, of Columbus, and Ed.
Payne, of Titusville, Pa., who have been
v isiting Will Keifer for the past few days,
returned to their homes yesterday.
George, the eldest son of P. S. Wilson,
j janitor of the II itrh school build'ng, is con
lined to ids home by an attack of quinsy
and not diphtheria, as lit. been reported.
Jameston n b to have a creamery. Dav is
& Itankin, of Chicago, are to build it and
M. O. Adams and George McLaughlin are
to run it It will be quite an extensive
Rev. Charles II. Spurgeon says of the
Salvation Army: "If it were wiped out of
nd0 - e'ra Policemen could not fill
Its place In the repression ot crime and dis-
Tin. P..v t I 3i.ninir)ul! tnnnf Ih.l
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Iter. Dr. X. Summerbell. pastor of the
Christian church, is expected to occupy the
pulpit of that church one week from next
The firm of Hcrr Bros., Fairfield, doing
1 a notion and grocery business, has been
I dissolved, the junior member of the firm,
1 George Herr, retiring, with a view of going
into other business.
! The many friends of Miss Kittle Clarke,
i daughter of John Clarke, of the Champion
j Oil company, will Ieani with regret that she
I Ls quite ill of erysipelas. She is slightly
j better today, however.
I Superintendent Xoah Thomas, of the
Orphans' home at Xenia. has made a change
! in the foremanship of the tailoring depart
' ment, J. II. Kauehman. democrat being
1 superceded by C P. Dowling, republican.
I Pan Handle iwnv. N'o. 211, arrived last
' night to take tls place in the Pan Handle
yard of engine 230 which has been sent to
the shops at Pendleton for repairs. Agent
Dodds says the pony Is a honey, for he
found it covered with bees this mot ning.
Ttie Women's Helief Corps w ill meet to
morrow, 7th inst, at 2 o'clock p. m. As
this is the last meeting preceding the Instal
lation of the officers for the coming year,
business of interest and importance will
have to be attended to. All members are
urged to be present.
Millie Cox, of 0-bom, aged nine years,
died Monday morning a few minutes after
m clnight She took sick Friday evenlnr,
and a doctor was called early Saturday
morning. Doctor Hoover pronounced it
arachintis of the brain. She was the
daughter of T. F. Cox. a well-known
farmer living cast of that town. The
funeral occurred yesterday afternoon.
Wilson VFel.h Take Seven IlandrnI of the
Weeds andtsHlm.eir Taken.
William Welsh, who has been out of tho
penitentiary but a short time, is again In
difficulty, and It Is quite probable that he
will again see the inside of the state's pris
About 0 o'clock last evening Altscbul's
deliver' wagon was standing in front of
Pat Doyle's saloon, at 116 east Columbia
street There were eighteen half-boxes of
cigars in the wagon in one package, and
three or four half-boxes loose. Welsh, who
was at the saloon when the wagon stopped
there, thought he saw an opportunity to
make a stake, and he thereupon took the ci
gars from the wagon and hurried away.
The loss was almost immediately discov
ered and was promptly reported to the po
lice bv Mr. Aitschul. Oftlcer Marshall and
Deputy Potee got trace of the stolen goods,
and after some sharp maneuvering, succeed
ed in finding the cigars in a cellar of Welsh's
mother's house. Welsh was arrested and
lodged in Jail, and Pat Doyle was also ar
rested on the charge of receiving stolen
THE SUCKER OF THE PUMP.
Genial Chiu. A. Smith Is list at nimself
Over the K. or 1. Drawing.
Chas. A. Smith, the genial druggist is
Importuning people to kick hhn in the
spare-ribs ever since the Pythian drawing,
night before last Mr. Smith had ticket
No. 241, and arrived about the middle of
the evening. He made Inquiries around as
to whether an body had heard No. 241
called out and somebody told him that it
had been one of the very first announced
and that it had drawn a lead-peacil.
Charles A. thereupon got disgusted and
sold his ticket to Johnny Cohan for a quar
ter, which he thought was about the right
price for the pencil. Johnny Cohan staid
until No. 241 was called and it drew the
Thomas force-pump one of the leading
prizes. Mr. Smith says that if he had stiid,
the ticket wouldn't have drawn anything.
SaJsburys Tronbadours at the Grand To.
Salsbury's Troubadours make their ap
pearance at the Grand opera house tonight
in "The BrooB," for the first time this
s ason in Springfield, and a good big audl
lence Is expected to be present The enter
tainment is one of the mo U comical-tragical,
pastoral-comical and pastoral-comical-
tragical one ever witnessed.
Plihotos ot Tonslis.
This morning Chief of Police AValker
received from Phil. Dietsch, superintendent
of police, of Cincinnati, a package of
twenty-nine photographs, with descriptions,
of some of the most noted criminals in the
country. The photos were an exchanee for
some sent by Chief h alker to the Cincin
The Week-of I'rayer Meeting.
Good and largely-attended meetings are
being held nightly in the several churches
of the city and a very general interest Is
manifested. Several unconverted persons
have expressed their determination to be
"rriizes," 'Jewelry" and "Birds.
The committee appointed to find out
what teachers were guilty of wearing
frizzes." "jewelry." etc, visited several
buildings yesterday. Parties interested are
anxiously waiting to see If the "sword of
Damocles," suspended over their "bangs,"
The funeral of Cyrus T. Ward will be
heU at his late residence, o. 1SS west
illgh street, Sunday, January 9, 1S37, at
p. m. Friends are invited to attend,
ci inati papers please copy.
The French Prize Tor Virtue.
The annual sitting of the French Acad
emy for awarding the prizes for virtue
and literary merit was held Xov. 2-1. M.
Caro read the report on tho virtue prizes,
the chief of which (3,000 francs) was to the
Abbe Lemoine, who has brought up "SO
Alsatian orphans and tended 3"6 hospital
patients. Mile. Antoinette I-afont of
Lectoure has 2,000 francs. She has for
fifty years dvoted herself to the distressed
family to which she was originally serv
ant Pierre Xicolle, a peasant, has 1,500
frAnrfi for Vlltvlnf- tn.llA tifa nnf.ar.. .......
.. " . . . """ I""
maneniinurmary tor eight persons visited
wun tcrnuic maladies.
and Sister St
(Jauthier a like sum for thirty years of
unuroKcn night nursing la a Vendeau
Of the fourteen medals of 1,000 francs
one is assigned to parents named Itabnud,
who on their child being so horribly
burned in the stomach that only epi
dermic grafting could save him, immedi
ately offered themsetv&j. Five large
grafts were taken from the father and
twenty two smaller ones from the mother,
the child recovering after fourteen
months. M. Caro also dwelt on the ex
ceptional award of S.000 francs to the
asteur Institute, which, though resolved
on some months ego. was not olbcliilly
nnounced till the other day. He pio
tiotiuced n glowing panegyric on M. Pas
teur, and quoted his reply to his family
on their pressing him to take n rest:
"When I am not working I seem to mj
self to be committing a thett." Pall
Machine for ltegi.terlni; Vote..
At the mechanical exhibition at the Palais
d P Industrie lu Pans there is shown a
machine for registering votes, which will, it
Is said, be shortly installxd in the senate and
1 the chamber of deputies. Its object is to
obviate mistakes, the Io of time, and the
necessity of mtmlrs leaving their desks to
record their votes. The machine is worked
by electricity, and the vols of the nholi
houso can by it b-j made known in less than
five n.'nates. It is the invention of M
Dcbaycux. The iaaoliinry is somewlm
complicated, but 1? saij to vxrk with gro..
facility. Frank Leflis'a.
V-C rV. wou enjoy your dinner
J V)u and are prevented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee them. 23 and CO cents.
Frank II. CobUitz, corner Matk.t and
WE CALL SPECIAL ATTEISTTIOIET TO OTTR
I D.SBANDMENTOFTHE bi. club.
Having Arcomlill.ini! All that it St Out to
Do, It Quietly Dl.ltAlid.
At tho meeting of tho Champion City
llicvcle club Tuesday night, after an exist
ence of between live and six j ears, dis
banded, and took action toward winding up
the affairs of the company. The rumor
' that the disbandment was caused by v. ant
j of financial support or ability, is of course
entirely unwarranted, from the fact that a
considerable amount of assets remain to be
divided among the members,
When the club Was first organized two
prime reasons were advanced for effecting
the same. One was to protect the rights of
the members, and the other to con-
vlnce the public generally that bicjtlmg1
was not a boL-li sport, but a gentlemanly j
and healthful recreation. The organ ration (
of the .National association, which did not
the club's continued existence, as far as the
first reason is concerned, and the other has
already been well established. Many clubs
still exist In the cities, but these are more
of a social nature. But here there h no
such necessity, as the members for the most
part live at home and can mount their
wheels at their door. These being the
farts, the organization having accomplished
all that it set out to do, it was thought best
just to disband and close up affairs.
The members of the old club mar con
tinue as members ot the National League
by simply sending on the dues to thn secre
tary at Philadelphia. Heretofore the club
has paid these dues. Mr. Kflkpatrick In
formed a ItKPfni.ic representative that bi
dding is far from on the decline in Spring
field, and that the prospects are that, more
new machines will be sold this year than
ever before, and that there will be more
Items of Interest from Sprlngtteld's Lively
George Kline, of Illinois, a former citl-
zen of this place, is back again, and attend-
ing school In the city.
,V sister Of Uscar Underwood, living Willi
him, is 1 ing at the point of death. Her
father arrived from Xenia Wednesday to
attend her. many other things into view Now, if
A sled-load of ten persons went from there is no railroad you must get a map
this place Wednesday evening to Vienna to and find out about hovr the roads are run
attend the Installation services of Tu -ity 1 ning, how far it is to the nearest one, and
lodge. Daughters of Kebekah.
services a magnificent repast wasterved.
and all were happy.
Uev. T. F. Bushong, of Arcanum, a
former pastor here, is calling upon old
friends here this week. Owing to failing
health he did not accept a pulpit list con
ference, but was given a traveling relation
so as to benefit his health, if possible.
Christmas and New Years always brings
presents and tokens of respect from one
to another, that are cherU-hed and remem
bered for long years. Some of our
Sabbath school teachers were not forgotten.
Alex. MIcklewas presented with a fine gold
jen and holder by his class, and ! C.
Lawrance, with a splendid pair of plush
slippers. The latter, to get even with his
class of young ladies, on Tuesday evening
invited them all to take supper ana speiut
the evenhu at hlsresidence. It is needless
to add tliete was a time of rare enjdyment
One of the Enon straw haulers upsetnear
the shojis here Tuesday evening,
the wagon slipped on tho
Ice and turned over again-t
the blacksmith shop, blocking up both pike
and sidewalk for a time. The water-works
ditch was the direct cause of the trouble.
A load of wood was recently upset at the
same place. Much complaint has been
made at the condition of the road at that
point On Wednesday it was made safe.
Kemalnlng in the Springfield, Ohio, roil.
OlUce, Januarj 3, 1887.
Anthony. WD. .. .Miller. Wm,
Adklns. adward K, Moore, w in M,
Anderson. Creamer AMcAllen.Kd.
frallivan. Meranda. Jeff.
Barclay. A, 2. McTlre. t'Ura,
Kroner, Charles. Monroe. Heorse S.
Henson. Dayton. Nick, Miss Bell,
llartlett. B k, i'atre. Mrs Hannah:
Coleman. II r, l'alater. Adolphas,
Il.it, no.. . MlMlterthaM.PllEll. J C.
Demont. Miss Annie. Purler. Mrs Mit,
a vans, n.
Clarier. 1' C.
Kolllns. A D.
randers. Mrs J.
Smith, Miss Jennie.
Hickman. Mrs Ellen. 2.smith. Miss lay.
llelner.Ht:. Marie. A.
Ilannuu, Martin. Turner, tlliabeth.
Harder. Arthur. Todd. Harl.
lllKtensuu. Ar.nur L.'lurner. riea,
llauillton, C E. rhonipsun. Jas II.
llardacre. Miss Dora.VV ood.Jjhn William,
HsrbauEh. 1) E. 2, Williams. Wm t.
Hickman. Ko js. Wykoff. S K. 2.
Kinit. Miss Bertha. Walktr. I.d.
Kelley. Miss Lucindy.Were, Charles.
Lock. Henry, Webster. Jas 1.
I.yuch. Jas X. White. .Miss hiuma.
Lesko. Joseph. Yaexer..Ioef.
MalUrr. WJ. Youns. Calvin.
I ay lor, Jonn.
nockman.Jos. Joel. Xrs J C.
Hermann. Joseph. Smith. Jennie.
Persons Tallinn for these letters will please
say "advertised." and Ktve date of list. If not
called lor In one month theywlllbeseut to the
Dead Letter Oalce.
Letters must be directed to street and num
ber In ordr to have them promptly and cor
Ji.1. Jt.ioi, Sr, P. M.
Manager Walduian has stveral good at
tractions booked for the near future at
Black's. Among these Is the Pat Itooney
company, the eminent tragedian, Frederick
Warde, in the legitimate, and the Bennett
and Moulton opera company, for a solid
week. The divine "Krmiiile." by Arou
son's company, will re-appear at Dlack's In
The lire Line people hav e opened a hand
some, tw o-story, new station at Delaware,
which Is pronounced a model architectural
beauty. On the occasion of the opening, a
band discoursed tine music, and aadrese-
were made by the mayor and oilier promi
nent citizens of Delaware.
sIvV va v rvVvV alwava hsvo
-rv. vVJWV Acker.s uy
Soother at hand. It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove ail
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
or Morphine, but gives the child natural
tote frum pain. Price 25 cents. Sold b
rauk II. Coblentz, corner Market and
( FORCING TOWNS TO MOVE.
ARBITRARY WAYS OF THE RAILROAD
FOLKS IN THE FAR WEST.
An Old lteul E.tatt. Dealer Kelatee a
ltlt of Ills Experience How Schemes
Are Sometimes Fixed Up-An Illus
tnittiin. A recent arrival here Is Town Let Brady,
who lias earned his name by his long
career as a dealer in town lots. The old
man is net looking ns prosperous as he
ased to, cut it is evident that times are
nnt .ii tliv wt-rM with liim Itpljitimr hi
.r.r.nmi..iiiiitiit Umiii. Th.tmii
sIt0 business isn't what it was. Before
the niilr..mls came into this country I had
no dlmcuitj. n calling the turn on n town
-T.. flme r knew ,,, where th,T
i would be built. I have made the loca
' tion of towns a study formore than thirty
i year. When I go into a new country I
! just look the ground over, and, taking
i everything Into consideration, I soon
' come to the conclusion where tho town
ought to be. Ninety-nine times in a hun
dred, it nothing out of the ordinary hap
pens to prevent, the town will grow just
where it ought to. I've seen that tried
and I know When I have located the
town site and made arrangements with a
few Interested parties to take hold of the
matter my duty is done. I have alwnys
made it n point to take a few lots, gener
ally on the comers, and have left tho rest
to the other fellows. I have been called
in more than q hundred times by men
who were about to locate n town and who
wanted the judgment of an expert on the
place to be chosen. In such cases I al
ways demand about four of the best lots
In town, and I get them, too
Anot c so tar Ar.utT.
"Yon can let it down AS) n fact that
towns in a new country will be about so
far apart The lay ot the land has some-
thing to do with the matter, but not so
niucu as ninuy people siipjxie. i Know
nome oi me ot-i lun-ns in me nei luav
are on about the poorest site- that could
be selected. Yon've got to take a great
from what direction the first road to be
built in the natural order of things will
come from. When you've got that set
tled tike a trip around the country and
And out if it will support a population and
what kind of a population. After that
see the owners of the land lying around
nnd try and fix up a scheme vritb them.
If they take kindly to the notion of lay
ing out u town ynn will not have any
more trouble. It Is easy enough to get
people interested in anew town after you
have found a place for it on tiie map.
Before the days of railroads out here I
made money, but I can't do it now.
"I had my pile invested in the town of
Arbordnle down here, and it was About
the finest layout for a city that I ever
saw; but when tho railroad came through
the managers put their trucks right
through the town and announced that
they would have a statlou four miles west
of It. You see, they had bought a farm
down there, nnd they were going lo have
a town of their own. When I heard of
that I called on the gentlemen and remon
strated. I told them that Arbordale was
the metropolis of that section and that an
attempt to Ignore it would bring ruin to
its citizens, particularly me, but they only
laughed and wanted to know about how
much we would pay to have the station
THET OSLT LAUGHED.
"I was rather brash then in fact, I
hadn't so much experience as I have had
since nnd I told them we wouldn't give
them a blame cent; we'd see their old
road thrown Into bankruptcy first I
threatened them with the loss of all the
business of Arbordale, and asked them
if they knew what a risk they were run
ning in ignoring the best town in that
section, lint they only laughed, and said
they were sony that they could not make
some arrangement with mo. It was a
rule ot modern railroading to put the sta
tions about so far apart, and as Arbordale
was not in the right place for a railroad
town, it would huve to move up out of
"Well, sir, do yon believe it, that road
hadn't been rnnning two weeks before
Arbordale began to move. Everything
waa on wheels. The hntel went first, nnd
then tho saloons ami concert halls skipped.
Pretty soon the schoolhonse went,
then the prlvato houses, to be followed
hist of all by the church. The last time I
was down there not a building remained
that could lie moved, and the only thing
that was left to indicate the existence of
tho place was n lot ot holes In tho ground.
My corner lots werenll there, you bet, but
as they arc not worth more than $5 an
acre I thought I would not liother with
them Now that trick has been played on
me several times. That isn't the only
town that has moved right away from me
tinder the influence of the railroaders.
They are proliably the dandy town site ,
men. I used to think that I was some in i
that line, bnt not now. And the worst I
of it is that ordinarily you can't reason
with them at all Tbey know that they
have got the call on you, nnd they work
the thing for all it N worth. They want
the whole hog, ns I found out later on."
Nebraska Cor. New York Sun.
Duillrl VTrlctrr's IntrlUtt.
Daniel Webster always attracted crowds
to the small galleries of the old senate
cliniiilK.T when it vvn known that he was
to fcieak The spectators would gazo in
tently njion his noble head, grander than
thegmniln-t in Raphael's picture of Paul
preaching in Atheu. nnd feel that they
were In nn uncommon prc-ence, and they
would sit entranced when his rich voice
echoed through the chnmlier like n Hood
of old cathedral music Mr. Webster's
niitul might have licen compared to a
steam eugiuH erected at the mouth of a
rich nnd e.xlinustless mine, which goes on
working mid working, and at every revo
lution of its motions brings up rich and
prenoin ore. Hit vigorous Intellect seized
and retained everything which his dis
ciplined taste selected to be used when
occasion demanded. lien: Perley Poore.
To save moving. S25 plush sacoues for
SIT. Only two left at Gugenhelin's.
Del Lyst enzineer. and Joseph Keld,
miller, was instantly killed by the explosion
of a boiler in Newton House's mill at KI-
vvood. I ml.
' 0A S$i&
rjuritlesof the Blood. IneveryformofScrof-
ulous. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it Is
invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equal,
Frank II. Coblentr, comer Market and
You lose money If you buy a seal skin or
plush sacque without pricing ours. Good
goods and low prices, our motto.
T. M. Gl'ORNIIEIM.
Springfield steam Die Works and
The special business of the Steam De
Works at 21 north Center street Is the
cleaning, renovating and I'jeineof all kinds
of clothing so as to look as good as new.
Curtains cleaned, feathers rcnovated.car
pets cleaned, clothing dyed without being
taken apart silks, velvets, dresses of any
kind, shawls and fabrics made equal to the
day they were purchased.
The bath rooms are the finest In the city.
j and any person w ishlng a hot or cold bath
I will find it greatly to their interests to go to
this well known establishment
Big stock of gloves, way down, at Gugen
helm's. Mrs. John S. Elln. of New York, sailed
for Paris to consult Pasteur.
XJVJW Lung Disease. Ifyoukavo
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
threatened with Cronpor Whooping Cough,
uso Acker's English F.cmedy and prevent
further trouble. It is a positive cure,
and we guarantee it. Price 10 and GOc
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
' The terms "Never despair" and "While I
1 there's life there s hope" are the mottoes ot
i Dr. McMunn. Treats his patients to cure
them, and uses without prejudice or regard
for schools or "pathys"' whatever will ac
complish that result A man of 25 years
successful experience. Consultations in
person or by mail free to all. Permanently
located at Springfield, O. Institute, labor
atory and dispensary at 111 South Market
street Hours 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Immcn5e stock of underwear. Must be
sold. Very cheap. Gugenheim's.
Wlttenberc College, Springfield, Ohio.
The winter session will begin Thursday,
January f. 1SS7. Tuition and library fee,
SI 0.30. For further Information or cata
logue, address S. F. UitncKE.tr.ipnn.
At Indianapolis. Tnesilay. the Supreme
court banded down Its long expected de
cision in the case of btate Senator bmith,
president pro tem. of the senate, agaiust
Col. It S. Robertson, the republican lieu
tenant-governor elect affirming the deci
sion of the lower court and giving the re
publicans first and second blood in the con
test C VCO.SOi BlVI&r
is warranted, la because it la tho best
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds up the
constitution. Itemember, we guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Latest style fur caps for men. SI, SI. 25,
$1.50, S1.7S, Z, 52.50 aud S3.- Gugen
heim's. The family of John Wooster, near Mont
peller. lnd., consisting of live persons, are
lying dangerously 111 from the effects of
poisonous baking powder.
Don't rw swindled. Hnn Planter are
the best. Hops, Gums and Burgundy Pitchl
uuueo, .. cis.
Pursuant to thecommanJsof an execution of
sale Issued from the court ot common pleas
of Clark county. UMo. aau tome directed ana
delivered. 1 111 otter for sale at public auction
at the soul h door of the court home of slad
county. in the city oi fpnni:neia.uuio. on
Saturday, Januarj 20, A. I 1KS7,
at 1 o'clock p. m . the following described
mortgaged premises, to-wlt
Mtujted In the city ot Springfield. In the
eountv of Clark, and In the stateof Ohio, and
a mnded and described as followx, viz:
Being lot number three thou. and and seven
teen 'J.017. as numbered and specified on E.
It Hotsenplller's plat of lntslvldout In addi
tion to the said city of prlnitfleld. Mhich plat
ls recorded In the Clark county Book of Puts,
page 2T0. and belne a part of t he same premises
conveyed to Isaac N. Beiahley and James Y.
Seaman by the said E K. llotsenptllrbydeed
dated February H. A. 1). l2.aud recorded In
volume 78, pace SOi. of Deed Records of said
ccunty. , ,
Said above described premises appraised at
Said premises to be sold by order of the
court of common pleas of CUrk county.Uhlo,
In case Xo.siSl. wherein Frank Mrtlregor ls
plaintiff, and Isaac X. Belghley t al. are de
fendants. Terms ot sale Cash.
WILLIAM B BAKER.
Sheriff Clark County. Oblo.
Cochia"c' Rodoies. Attorneys. 7Ct
A Wt JKm RADICALLYCURKO BV
Vt. rlnw'p lnwt ln.w
17. TiM?MQl of Mtien
rota, fvebc bo.
PTT TQ lnitantrellel. Final cure In ten
ll-LlfjO. days, and never returns. No purge
B0ialve.no suppository. Sufferers will learn
, no supposujiry. euaertrj wimtarn,
pie remedy Free, by addresilne C J,
of aalmple remedy tree, ny
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HUFFMAN S RICHTER,
NEW FULL M fflTFJj WOOLENS.
No. 31 East Main Street.
Before moving, CHEAP.
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Soreness of Chest,
and Recent Throat and Lung Troubles. Palatable,
Efficient and Specially Adapted to Children.
PRICE, 25c AND 50c. KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacist, No. 55 East Main Street.
107 LIlSriDEISr Jk."VE2STXJE.
Special attention qiven to orders by telephone. No. 347. Par
ties purchasing coal of us will
eaun luau weigneu on me cuy
OTTOMANS AND HASSOCKS,
"GOLD MEDAL" OR "PERFECTION" CARPET SVEEPERS
3IKE HASDS0ME AXD USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESEXTS.
S! A. C. BLACK & CO.
Owing to the large business done during the holi
days, we found the rooms too small to accommodate
the crowds, and will close the museum this week
for repairs. Saturday a grand opening will be
given, and everyone should attend. Admission,
only TEN CENTS.
CAREY & CO.,
all kinds of
have the privilege of having
scales at our expense.