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REPUBLIC, WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 9. 1887.
IT PDnEHY !
For Ornamental llfcoratlng.
Fancy Astec Shapes.
100 Different Patterns.
Forwarded lo Iho Pottery for
burning in the colors, at
01 nod 1)3 Wnl Mnln St. and 40 South Mar
krt st., irincfleld, O.
WANTED- A ci cook. Enquire at Thomas
Miarp'3 residence ot Mrs. Millie I'Mllli'i.
WANTED -Good boy todrive crocery wacon
at aowesl Main street. Km
WANTED A nrat-class metal, pattern and
tool maker. To a steady, competent and
reliable man acood and steady position will
be eiren. Address, with references, JI T
llleeson. manufacturer ot carriage mountings.
Columbus. U. 2
I7ANTED First-class cook. lth referrnce
II Apply to Mrs. L. it Potter. .sJS east lligli
IITANTED Second-hand furniture wanted.
II Call on oraddress IDS west Slain street
ANTED-Ladles. local or traveling. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for la
dies only; 54 dally easily made: no photo, no
palntlnc: particulars free. Mrs. H. t l.lttle,
Chicago. 111. 3'mr
TTTANTKI) A German Ctrl lorEeneral housa
If work in small family, good naces- Ap
ply at corner of Jefferson and Market streets
WANTED Girl to cook and do general
nouework. GoQd wages and steady em
loyment. Apply at once at No. 75 north
arket street. -tf
LADIES wanted to eetnp Tea Clubs for our
Pure Teas and Coffees. A host of useful
articles to select from as premiums. Send for
Illustrated Price and Premium List, fepeclal
Offer: To etery tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send free one
pound of choice Tea. Address, National Tea
and Coffee Co- Boston. Mass.
WANTED Ladies and centlemen In city or
country can hate steady employment at
home: distance no objection in canvassing
Address Air supply Co- Eliot street. Boston.
WANTED A live, energetic man. to repre
sent us. ITS per month, and expenses
Goods staple: everyone buys: outfit and par
ticular Ire, standard Silverware Co.. Bos
It RKNT-Kurnished rooms,
at .V. east Columbia street.
FOIl KENT Large store room on Main
s.reet, Kent low. Inquire of Thomas
Sharpe. 3 tf
HOUSE Of five rooms. In west part of the
city, with well, cistern and stable Inquire
of I. B Kawlins.SBEasl High street. S-f
PUKNISIIED KOOM-Suitable for man and
w if e, or t o gents, at No. 5 North Mechanic
MONEY TO LOA.
TO LOAN Money.ln utns of foH'. S-iJ. Jl.t.
fl.TOiJ.i2.itU and f3 CO), on good commercial
paper and firt mortgage: George It. Coles.
Lagonda IUuk building. l
FOR SALE Complete set of Anpleton's
Cyrlopa-dla at a bargain. Good as new.
Inquire at Arcade grocery 31m
rOU SALE M Shares of Stock - in
rnent In .-pnncneld. Ohio. Will guarantee
tiFvu 1'Aiiiii. lUiiuuiaiiuiiuk isiouinu-
10 per cent profit on the Investment, luquire
otoeorgeii.'pies. rooms os. l &ua kau-on
FOK BALb Big bargain good pUno with
stool and cover. only encash. Also bjs
burner, cheap Apply. -M Arcade until 9 p ui
PENSIONS AND BOUNTIES
Amos Roberts. United States pension agent.
can be found at home evenings. l- Linden
avenue, for the accommodation of comrades
wo are at work In he shops. 311
TNFOKM VTION that will lead to the identlfl
X cation of James Magher. or Meagher, w ho.
with his brother, was lost in Chicago from his
parents, about HM It is believed thitheat
one time, or Is now living in ?pringHeld.o
Address D. Masher, Fort Yates. Dakota. Ter.
Would respectfully announce that he hai3
resumed the practice of Dentistry lu this
city. Office and Residence :
No. 185 South Limestone St,
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
OPERATIVE DENTISTRy A
No. 9 E. Main Street.
PAUL A. 8TAUEY,
Attorney and Expert
SDJ.tr.ITOR OP PATKJTTK.
VIj-oiii M .A.f4iilo HniIIinr
ing as well as in the
morning without causing any unpleasant feeling,
much less an attack of indigestion. " Cerealine
Flakes" digests twice a readily as either Oat
meal or Hominy, and nearly three times as
readily as either Flour or Buckwheat.
The "Cereahnr Cook-book,' containing over two hundred
carefully prepared recipes, and a pamphlet on Cereal Foods "
illustrated with twelve original engravings of "Hiawatha's
Fasting," will be sent to any one who will mention where this
advertisement was seen, and enclose a two-cent stamp for post
sue to the Cerealine M fg Co., Columbus, Indiana.
Casper's Drug Store
Is tlicjdace to get pure medicines.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the plate to get line chemicals.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to git patent medicines.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to get good ierfumer).
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to get best lUvoring etV.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to cet line toilet soaps.
Casper's Drug Store
1 the place to get the best of all article--.
CASPER'S Drug Store,
ruhrr'alllock. Mnln stret,3t Door WmI
Hi vcVs. -Augustln Kalj's greatest suc
cess, "A Night Oil," Thursday. Kebntary
iltNi Woodman Ullnil. Kobruarj 11
Ui-achS rathtiiHler., Febrnarj 12th.
Iti.rKs Maria rre-cott, I'ebmarj l.'itli.
Mr. Joe Carr was in Troj last night.
lineal trael on all the railroads vvas
The Pope girls were l cleaned this morn
ing on their ovv n recognizance.
The sixth ward eouncilinen went to sleep
last night ov era pros discussion on water.
The "Pair of Kids" couiati left thi
morning for I rban.i. vv here they show to
(nicer Xicklas sajs he was unable to
sleep a vv Ink on account of sickness in his
f atnilj .
The Ladle,' Aid isociety will meet
Thursday, at 3 p. in. A full attendance is
The prohibition club will meet tomorrow
night to again wretle witli its new con
The lobbv at the council meeting last
night was very small, at one time consist
ing of but two inviduaK
Mr. F. S. Penfield. cashier of the Spring-
held National bank, left this morning for
Cincinnati, on bank business.
Miss Fannie Cartmeli returned jesterday
from London. Ohio, w here she has spent
the past week isiting friends.
Mr. Charles Spaldinggoesto Youngstovvn
tliis evening to attend a large dancing
party w hich is to be gi en there tonight.
Springfield Lodge No. 51, Ii. P. O. Elks
holds its regular meeting tonight. A can
didate will be initiated in eacli of the two
The Bee line people hate fitted up a
handsome ticket otliee in the Phillips
house, Daj ton. The 3 Cs is alvvajo up
with the times.
E. S. YeazellS oil wagon overturned jes
terday afternoon near the oil house, in the
iciint j of James Lellel fc C'o.s shop, and
spilt about half the oil.
Ilev. Win. II. Warren will preach at the
Ligonda avenue ch.i)iel tomorrow (Thurs
day) evening at 7.30 o'clock. A special in
flation is extended to all.
Mr. W. I). lliiey, of Dayton, Ohio, who
is a jolly good fellow, was in the city last
night, the ctiest of Mr. A. O. Huffman, for
whom he formerly traveled.
Anion.; the jHTmits issued bv the chief of
police to sell beer, etc, at a bail
to the rnexpecteil" club. Doubtless man
unexpected things will happen to them.
Prof. Walter Small, the accomplished
I'rbana musician, plajed at SL Paul church
last night, and gae his auditors the usual
profound pleasure that attends his plajing.
The station house slate this morning is
decorated a follows: John C.isv, drunk.
a id K. Jones, Jim Jenkins Charles
Smith and Dae iroer, dnmk and dis
The rumor that President Lnrenz of the
school boanl desired to step into the shoes
or SupL Wliile was at hrst treated as a
huge joke, but it is now known to be an ab-
Mrs. Hellman, of Toledo, who has been
t le guest of Misses Fannie and Alice
Foley, returned to her home this morning.
Q lite a number of friends assembled at the
depot to see her off.
Tiiejollj crowd of Pickaw ay county of
ficials w ho w ere on a tour of inspection here
jesterday. as mentioned in last night's
paper, left this morning for Vrbana, to in-
sjiect the county buildings there.
The directors of the Associated Charities
lnlj their regular monthly meeting next
Friday af ternoon at 3 o'clock. The attend
ance of a full board is requested, as busi
ness of much iinportanca is to come up.
The. trial of Joshua Allen, the colored
in in who was arrested a day or two ago,
by I k-tecthe Caldwell, on the charge ot
stealing sheep from John Doyle, out on the
Hunt place, is inning; his trial Unlay be
fore Squire Stout.
Mr. 1 0. Middleton went to Dajton this
afternoon on business connected w it ti the
forthcoming presentation of "The Doctor
of Alcantara." the charming comic opera
now being rehearsed bj local parties and
soon to be presented here.
F the many persons who en
joy hot breads and cakes,
few can eat them safely in
the evening on account of
their indigestibility. Breads
and cakes made of " Cerea
line Flakes" are not open
to this objection. They
can be eaten in the cvenr
The .Moorr'n Kiln IMIrli Or.lrr.il 1J the
At a joint meeting of the Clark and
Champaign county commissioners Tuesday,
the Moore's run ditch was hnall ordered,
after months of prclliuliurj ilel.i.
The following is theapMirtionment of cots
madeusm popert owners Itilertstoii, as
adopted. Jonas Wej.int, 40 acres. S.i.'s 01.
J. A. Nelson, 3(1 acres, Siss: M.irj Kuli
sani, lii acn-s, S12s; A. M. Fitliian. ?J7i.
Itaehel Colwell. 19 acres. Sl.ls, h II. Itow
lus ii acres. SIM; lMer llis-kel, 'Jn
acres, SPJ7; David bteinbarger. Ml acies,
S:r; Mary M. Tiers, 40 acres, s.'o !: same.
2s acres, S117: Peter Ferrtv. r acres, Si.",
it. 1 Holman. 4 acres si J; T. Coiicinnoii,
1 lot, S10; Uobert Heasle. 1 lot, Sid:
Ionise Strasser. a lots Sr: H H llLggnrt.
1 lot, SI0; It. II. Warder, il acres. S1W,
Ltsmard Karg, M acres. M47; John Hterr,
sS acn-s, S4U: Duncan McDonald, b acres,
St.'J; I. It. A W. railway eompuiy. 1 acre.
Sl-J; unking a total cost S3, ITS 0". Jacob
McMnnn, C K. (Jlllen. commlllee on ap
portionment, which reeeiu-d a tiiiauiinous
Following claims for compensation ami
damages were heard ami allowed- Jonas
Wejant, Sl.lfi: J. A. Nelson. Si .13; IV
ter Kockel. Si' eoiuiMMisalioii, SI a. 50 dam
ages. J. I J. Hurnett's claim for damages
was not allowed.
Win. Miaron was apoiiited
charge of the sale, which l to Ik'
the line of the ditch March Mh.
rrelliulunry Annouiicrnieiit or a Marriage
The Kki'I'HI.ic is in receipt of the fol
lowing card, richly engraed and printei!
on lievehsl Bristol, with gilt iiUes :
JlsgKH ( USK1USK.
To those who do not understand the (,er
man language an explanation will lie of
Interest. The Joseph Schneider is a resi
dent of this city and a uieiulK-r of the
well-known linn of brewers. He went to
("uTinam last April. The purimse of the
card is to announce his engagement with
Fraulein Oster, the meaning of the German
wont. "Verlohte," being In'trothisl." It
is understoml that the wedding will come
off in April.
The Uki'I m.ir sends across the ocean an
advance pnof its congratul.uions to Mr.
Schneider and his prosvtiu frau.
THE LACONDA HOUSE.
Mertlncof the Champion Hotel Coiiiiinnj
llatis of Ileiiiodrliiig.
Tlie Clnmpion Hotel company, the own
ers of the Lagondt house, met there Tues
day for the purpose of electing directors for
the ensuing j ear. The election resulted m
the scleotion of the following directors:
John W. Hookwalter, Frank M. Hookwal
ter, F.. H. Foltz, Fuller Trump and A. L.
Claynool. Another meeting will probably
be held soon to organize.
The project of remodeling the ligonda
house, and perhaps rebuilding it de not o,
is under serious consideration and will
probably lie settled in a short time. It is
understood that a committee lias been ai
pointed tocantass the situation. Landlord
Voight severs his connection with the house
April 1, and will return to Cincinnati. It
btvomes necessary, also, then, to arrange
about another landlord.
Th Cllllinmrli Ilsrhnrgel.
The Chinamen who were arrested for
gambling, were discharged by his honor
this afternoon. Col. Datid King and Mr. F.d
Torbert apie.m-d and made statements in
their behalf. They said they did not think
these Chinamen, as far as they knew,
ever gambled. and thought they
wire simply ptssing away the
time. Sometimes pennies and some
times matches or buttons were used in
these games, but simply as counters. Ills
houor aNo stated that thej slid j estenlay
that It was their Xew Year's and lliej wee
nveitiug callers and passing the tune. '1 he
major said ho would give them the lienent
of a doubt, and discharged them, but ad
monished them to be careful in the future.
Ouilbert Houtk, John Kellj and Michael
Shortle w ere arriMed tills inornliig by the
deput) marshal, on a warrant, charging
them with loitering about a tippling house.
They were found in Fisher's saloon on
East stn-et. last Sunday, when the proprie
tor was arrested for keeping open, for
which he was found guilt) m ma) or's court.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. CoiisUintlne
went to Cincinnati this morning.
Nkw Cvni.isi.i, Feb. !). Our peotle
are somewhat excited at the prospect
of finding natural gas and oil In our
immediate vieuiit) at many places,
commencing at Silver Lake and extending
soutli toward the village of Medwa). K
perienctil prosjiectors w ho hav e made ex
aminations of this location, sty that the
ev idences of oil amljgasare as plainly w ntten
on the surface here as they are at either
Findley or Lima. What will be the out
come is hard to tell there is much talk and
and many plans proposed, but as jet noth
ing practical has been none, lhat oil
some character Is seen to ooze out at vari
ous places in tills viciuit), can beprovenb)
many as it lias been noticed and talked of
b) our citizens for j'ears ..un Moudav
afternoon the bod) of Mrs Itcattie.the wife
of the ltev. Geo. lieattie, of Laiising.Michi-
gan, was brought here and buried In our
beautiful cemetery. Mrs lieattie was the
daughter of Daniel J. Smith deceased, and
was born and raKed in this community. A
iarce number of friends followed her mortal
remains to their last resting place... Mr.
Ctuin) Scarff has returned to his home in
the north-west, where lie proposes to re
main for some time to come. . . . i lie revival
spirit is still at work in the M. K. church
here, and mail) have found peace b) be
lieving, while nianj- others are enquiring
the vvaj' Our village is up with the times,
and is able to report a hrst class social
scandal, which will end in several applica
tions for divorce in the near future II
N. Tavior is lookingclosel) after his femes,
and feels conliderco of ultimate success. .
The wheat crop in the rural districts looks
well, and bids fair fora bountiful )ield. ..
Ourdoctors report the health of this xicin
l.ace curtains cleaned as nice as new: all
grades, at the bpringtield steam tlje works.
Morris Splllard has been appointed re
ceiver of the late .Skii publishing company
If a Couch is neglected, it may result in
Consumption, tlooch's Mexican Sjmp
cures all Lung troubles.
It is understood that the Knglisli govern
ment has definitely decided not to grant
permission to the Queen's Own Utiles,
of Toronto, and Unjal bcots, of Montreal,
to visit F.neland next summer to take
part in the Queen's jubilee celebration.
CATAUUHCrUEf). health" and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Keine-
tly. Price 10 cents. Nasal Injection free
For sale by I. A. Garwood.
The Hour lool in Cincinnati lias been
Iteprr-entative Samuel Randall's eldest
ilauehtervvasiiuicti) nnrriedto Mr. Chtrles
C. Laneasttr, a voting Washington lavvjer.
AN IMPORTANT PROPOSITION.
Moto to s.-ur Joint City ant! Town
f-hl Ititllotn mill il n rent Ural or
At the spring elect inn last tear the Sec
ond ward judges and clerks, in talking over
the advantages of having the township and
cltj othcers votfd for on separate tickets
and deiMislted jtisfpiratohillot-txixes, t-,um.
to the conclusion, un uiluioiislj, irrespective
of p.irtj, thit if it is possible to have the
names all placed on one ticket hereafter, it
should be done. Doubtless the matter was
also talked over at other voting places, as
complications arise at almost ever edition,
through the citj tickets being depositnl in
the township liox and viceve'sa. lu a close
contest, as frcn-.ientlj happens, especiallj
in the wards, this sometimes iHi-omes a verj
serious matter. All judges clerks, and
others, wlio have had auj thing to do with
ward elections, full) iimh rstaml this. One
of the Second warders mention, d, lias made
it Ids business to look up the l.in on the
subject, from which it steins an easj mat
ter lo make the necessar) change. The
tollowing is the section of the revised stat
utes bearing oh the form of township ami
s-eclion -J'J JO When an election for stale,
count) and township oflicers, or an) of
them, tikes place on the same da), it shall
beheld by the same judges and clerks of
election, anil the names of candidates for
all of such olhces shall In- Unin the same
ballot: anil when an election for state,
count), tinmioip.il ami township ortlcers, or
an) of them, takes placo on the same day.
It shall be held b) the same judges and
clerks of election, aim the names of candi
dates for such offices shall be
t PON Tilt SVMK 11 VI IOT.
except that in a municipal corHration the
limits of winch are nut eo-extensie with
the limits of the township, there ma) Im
separate ballots and ballot boxes and sep
arate judges am! clerks of the election tor
In this section it sajs that when the
"i!iuiii"iptl corporation is not co-extensive
with the limit of the township, there may
be sejnrate ballots," ttc. It docs not sa)
there xfinH he. Ilesldes, only a part of
Hut provision has been taken advantage of
here in Springfield, for while there have
bun separate billots and billot Nixes, there
have not liei-n sep irate judges and clerks.
The Cit) Solicitor, when seen this morn
ing, after examining the section limited,
aid that all tint would be necessary to
make the desired change, would be for the
committees or the chairmen ot the several
iv.irms to vt.un ioi.itiikk
To have the names of the candidates for
cit) and township nfhies printed on Hie
same slip. And as there is no Hilitics in
the matter, but all partfe- are equally inttr
estcd, this cm doubtless be agreed upon.
This cnange would aNo simplif) matters
and save exjo'iise and time to parlies hav
ing tickets printed and distributed. It
would also make the work of the judges
and clerks lighter, as one ticket, even with
the additional names, rould be handled and
coivtkii hit viint sotixhi:
thin two separate tickets. These are minor
matters but nevertheless they counL As
it li.ipix.us in the furthcoming election onlj
three names will lie necessarj' on the town
ship ticktt, theoulv ollicfnlo be filled being
one trustee, i three J ears, to siicctssl David
son.) clerk and treasurer (each one jear).
All the voters outside of the cit) limits de
Hsit tin-it ballots at a separate jhiII, so this
contemplated change would not effect them.
The pnier onler to be observed in the
printing of the tickets should be arranged
bj representatives of the several parties o
as to have uniformity for convenience In
counting and talljing the votes The town
ship ticket should probably come last,
owing to the cit) ticket lieing longer and
generally of more imiortaiice. Let this le
attended to at once.
Thnt Temperance- Mectinc; .g-iln.
To the Kditorof the Republic
The way onr men mix up tilings is tco
utttri) awful or fiuiii) for an) tiling, and
with your permission 1 would like to put in
an oar of explanation and try to pour the
oil of peace on the troubled waters 1 was
not at the meeting where such a destructive
bomb was buist uion some of the dear
friends b) in) friend Mr. Hullock, of Ion a;
I was, indeed, oul of the city: but of course
have heart! of it, and wish to simp!) say
tliat Mr. Hullock is a republican of the
bluest and rankest kind. Never voted any
either tu-ket in his life, never even bolted
on a candidate but once, and Ihen because
lie did not consider liiin a good republican.
and has been tiuarreliiig Willi me ever
since he has In en here, just as )ou all do.
liecause we prohibitionists do not
staj in the republican partj
and couuiel the- what Is it) on call them"
ringmasters to give us a prohibitory law as
the) did in Iowa. Uemarks on this jvoint
would be irrelevant here, however. Hut it is
rather amusing to a woman to see how )ou
fellows get tangled on this ever vexing
ipiespon (to jmlitielaiis) and turn jourguns
tpiite as often if not a little more so against
jour friends a jour enemies, and the idea
of advising the republicans and democrats
to staj away lrom a gospu temperance
meeting on isabbath In eiiise a republican
advise all teuipentnte people to vote as
they pra) as lie insists they have been and
are ilomg in Iowa, savors a little of Herod
ai d Pilate, it seems to me.
ou had lietter step aside, gentlemen, and
let the women of this nation take a turn at the
wheel. You seem to have got Into such a
siiarl that von cannot tell jour friends from
jour foes, and -o turn jour guns uiion each
other. Am I to understand that republican
ism in Iowa and Ohio is not identical and
if mi, wlij" I am proud to inform the
fr,.....l. .., C.r,....t...l.l !. II. I!,. It....!
,l iiiiiiti. in jj"i ,,;, vio tun, . , iiiun&
pinned on the blue ribbon for me ouie nine
or ten j ears ago, is an active member of
tile liaptist church, and maj be a little er
ratic in insisting upon a Christian man vot
ing as lie prajs. Miitiu.i: Stkw vi:t.
lo thoro'ighly cure scrolula, it is nec
essary to strike at the root of the evil. This
isexaetl) w hat Hood's Sarsparilla does, b)
acting upon the blood, thoroughly clensing
it of all impurities, and leaving not even a
taint ot scrofula In the vital fluid.
The Illinois Senate has recommended the
aiijioiiitnient of live commissioners to rep-
re.ent that -stat-' at our centennial in ss;.
5v nrn 0 c. B!i Elixir is the only
vv Blood Itemedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erun
tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. It purifies tlie
wholo system, ana Danishes nil ltheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
Frank II. Cobleutz, corner Market and
Ladies will please have their iljelng done
now, before the rush begins, at the Spring
Held steam d)e works. Center street.
The Columbus Hoard of Trade has de
cided to purchase the Hotel Gardner proj
crt) as a site for their new building.
SLr.EPLKbSNK.HTS. made miserable
by that terrible couch. Shiloh's Cure is the
reined y for j ou. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. Cure of Ilrm.rliltiit.
. Carej, of Erie, Penu.,
1 lud bronchitis for over two jears. My
life was made utterly wretched bj it. It
was cough, cough, cough, until at tunes I
thought I would choke to death. I tried
everj reinetlj, it seems to me Mime out
side, uioie inside. Now and then I would
get slight relief, then back again it would
come, worse than ever. Last winttr I
started Using A II rock's Pi vtmss and
kept them on: 1 felt better almost iinine
diatcl). anil hive kept one on mv chest al
most ever since, using it as a chest pro-tts-tor.
1 cannot sa) too much lor them,
for 1 am cured of that disease.
If you want something new and stylish for your boy, see
Cloth Hats, Turbans and Polos just received at
USE IVORY SOAP IN THE STABLE.
THE Ivory Sovr is most cccllent for washing galled spots,
scratches, etc., etc., on horses, for it will cleanse without irri
tating, and the vegetable oils of which it is made are cooling and
healing in effect.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory';"
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities
of the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright ISM, by Procter & Gamble.
What a truly beautiful world we live in '
Nature gives us grandeur of mountains.
gieiis and oceans, and thousands of means
of enjo)meiiL We can desire no better
when in erfect health; but how often tin
the majorit) of people feel like gtwug it up
disheartened, ilisoouractil and worn out
with disease, when thcr.- is no occasion for
this feelinc as everv sutferer can easily ob
tain satisfactory proof, that tirecn's August
Flower, will make them free from disease. '
as w lien born. Dwiepsia and liver com-
,.,,... t .i.e. ue. ..rut causes ... seventy-live
ivwr tlf l"if .Iti't tntlniliuj id hi hon.nasj
:. ii . it ... ill i s
a-.. .... ... -"W IHUI..T T tlllllfllllll T-.,
om iintratlon, dizziness (tf the head, pal-
pitation of the heart, and other distressing
sjniptoins. n.ree doses of August Mower
.tii i.,i,u ius wuime.iiii ei.es i. oauijntr
Iwttles, 10c. Try iL
HpriniElleltl Cooking; Srhonl.
It will Iks of interest to many of our
ladies to know that definite arrangements
have been made which will enable all who
desire to do mi. to take a full course of les-
Mins in modem cookery. Miss Emma K.
Dodge, a graduate of the KiMon Cooking
Sschool, will begin a class here February
Kith. The lectures will lie held in Hlack's
oi-era house, in the room formerly occupied
by the Public librarj-. A course of eight
lessoiswill be given, tickets to vvliWi will
cost Si. I here will also be lesMins in
Iwning, carving, etc
One feature of Miss Dodge's lesMins Is
that she takes a menu through. Instead
of devoting one day to soup, another to
stlads etc, she makes all the dishes neces
sary for a well-ordered meal at one time.
The lessons will liegin February 15th. and
there will lie two each week. All ladies of
the city are cordial) invited to attend.
Thev will register their names at C. II.
Pierce's or II. S. Linibocker's.
norGii on vit.es."
Why suffer Piles 1 Immediate relief and com-
flctc cure guaranteed. .k for "Itouch on
lies." Sure cure f oritchlng, protruding, blced
ing.orany formof Piles. 50c. AtDrucgistsor
mailed. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
Wells "Ileal th Uenewer" restores health and
vhror, cures I)vspcria, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For WeakMeii.Deucate Women, fl.
TEIX8 IIAIK HAI-SAJf.
If gray, restores to original color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil uor
grease. A tonic Restorative Stops haircom-
mg out ;stn-ugiueu3, cleanses, neauscaip. foe
A C.titn. To all who are sulfcring from
errors and Indiscretions of jouth, nervous
weakmss. early decaj loss of manhood,
etc., I vv ill send a reciie that will cure jou,
f rte of charge. This great remedy w as dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send self-addressed envelope to ltev. Joseph
T. Inman, Station D, New York city.
Hprmifl'llniitl lMnno antl Orsan.
We have some good second-hand pianos
and organs that have been thorough!) over-h-vuled,
and we will warrant and ell them
cheap, to make room for new goods. Call
soon at H. F. llrandom & Co.'s, 74 Ar
cade. An explosion of natural eas in the Alle
che.iy river damaged the steamer John P.
fttYWP tue cllllJren. They are es-JV-V'
pecially liable to sudden
Colds, Couglis, Croup, W'liooping Cough,
etc. We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
The National Agricultural and Dairy as
Mieiation is holding an important session in
WILL YOI SUFFER with I))spep,ia
and Liver Complaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer
Is guaranteed to cure jou. For sale bv F.
The Ohio river had fallen, altogether, six
feet upto mldniglit TueMlaj' nicht, and a
feeling of safet) lias returned.
Tl fY O C tnat " fretful, peevish.
,vxv,vv', crtss, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
stomach .Disorders, can tx relieved
at once by using Acker'3 Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 3 cents. Sold b
Frank II. Coblentz. corner Market and
Cassiits M Cla) lias announced himself
as a republican candidate for the governor
ship of Kentuck).
Persons c-ontem plating a trip to Califor
nia on or about the nth of Feburary. will
hiul it to jour interest to call at No. T Ar
cade, Springfield. Ohio.
Mlrtjil's Commercial College,
313 Sixth street, Washington. I). C, pro
vides practical!) useful business education.
No terms nor vacations. Students enter at
anytime. Terms: Life scholarship, S40;
IS weeks' course, board, Ac, ST5. Send
The two factions uf the democratic pirty
can not agree at all on the taritl question,
and no action is now looked for during this
session of congress
VT fwvw Of the good things of this
VVVVVVilfe are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Ackers
Dyspcpsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
JXJ3JUVO jjuuiamcu at a ouu jv icuw, uji i
Frank II Coblentz, corner Market and.
THE DARKEST HOUR.
For a jH-riisl of four )ears I've been a
victim ot a verv seven ami aznniiiug cise
of Salt Kheum, vvhUii affected iny hands to
such an extent that the) almost became a
M) hand became riw and horrif)ing,
compelling me to keep it covered all the
I've spent hundreds of dollars for vari
ous preparations, but instead of benefiting
ui) condition, they all M-emed to stimulate
and encourace the i.roeress of
. . " "
aiL" . it -:. -si-
unlil 1 had about given up all
jlIS, u.f()'re ,, ' ;, , . ;,, , k
,,at active cure has Uvn Umnd. w
Hut thank heaven, "tliv darkest hour is
positivc cure has Iieen found, which
is known as II. I'. II Botanic Wood Halm.
My faiuli) all rejoice at its magical cur
ative jMiwers in giving me relief. My hand
has been cured and resembles n burnt sur
fat o after being healed over.more than an)
thing else. It lias also curisl mv two chll-
i dren of a loatliesoine form of Itch which
j had resisted all prev ious treatment. I refer
to an) business house in Moody and to
Thomas Pa)ne, Diuglst. of whom I pur
chased the goods Signed. W. A llm vt.
Moody. Texas April 27, P-m'..
FLF.SII SI.OUt.lIlXG OFF IX PIECES.
For two years 1 have been confined to
bed with a loathsome form of HIihnI Poison,
which had about eaten me up. and I and
others had no hope of a reeoverj-. For a
a while I could neither walk, sit down nor
lie ilow n. on!) In miser) as my tlesh seemed
to be falling oil iu bones iu pieces as big
as a hen egg. M) appetite was lost, my
bones ached and pained me, and friends
even shunned me. I Used various blood
purifiers without benefit, antl several pli)
slcians treated me until large sums of inon
e) hiil been expended, but not one parti
cle of good did any one give me.
On the lt'tli of Febrnar), lssci. Mr. R F.
Jackson called to M-e if I was not dead, as
it vvas thought I could not endure my suf
ferings much longer. He concluded to try
B. B. B. on me ami got a bottle from Mr.
llrockingtou. at Beaufort. S. C. anil be
fore one bottle had been used I commenced
gaining strength, my appetite Improved,
Mirf s commenced healing ami when two
bottles had been used 1 vv as on my feet and
walking around, to the astoiishment of
of ev er) bod) . Mils. Lvfnv II viit.
v Itness: 1 iti.ti. K. J ckmin.
Beaufort, S. C May 10, lSvi.
All who desire full inif. rimtioii about
the above cause and cure of Blood PoLmhis,
Scrofula and Scrofulous Swellings. Ulcers.
Sores. Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints
Catarrh, etc, can secure bj' mail, free, a
copy of our 3.1-page Illustrated Book of
Wonders tilled with the most wonderful
and startling proof ever U-fore known.
Address, BLOOD BALM CO..
roB.Ma.Qfr IR0X with FITR TECET1BLK
TOXICS, sickly ud coapIeUlj CLEi5S
d EXUICUES THE BI-OOD. Qmlckemi
IbJ r kt XttX h, f ae beadsrhf , or prodar torn
ttlpaUoE-ILL OTUES IE 05 XED1CI5ES DO.
Phjaiciuu ftnd VngguU crrjmben ncomiDend tt.
DR. 5 S RTOGLM, of Muiaa. Mam4 mj: "I
rcomnieni Brown'w Iron Bi'Uwa a TftlBbi Ume
ft tnnctuziff Um tloud. od moorm U1 djrpepUC
ermptoma. It do not nan tb teeth.
lm. R. M. DxtZKLZa. KrBcM. Ind. ww X
hT prccnbd Brown! Jrvn Bitten in cast of
anvait and blaiod dnwanrfL aJso whm a tonic wu
nwiexL aad it ha proved thorotifiU; aatufactorr."
Mb M.BTEN,3rSt Mary t.. New Orleana.La
&r "Browni Iron Bittm relievtid dm In a cat
(f blond poisontnjr and I brtilj commend ii to
thow irJin alloud punlier.
31s. W W.MTtAHAf.Tawnjmbia, Ala, ujt. "I
have ben trnubled frtan childbuod with Impcr
Hlood and erontion on tnj fac two bcittlwi of
Brown's Iron Bitters effected a pvrfect rare I
cannot pakkotuchljof tins valuable medKUM.
Genaine has aba e Trade Mark and rmeaed rvd Irnee
on wrapper. Take no other Made voir by
UUUtt CUKMltAL CO UALTIMOUE. MO.
dr. j. t. Mclaughlin,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
10C West Vain St. Telephone 45.
The Crrat F.ll.k rrrMrlpttm
Cures ireaA-TiPM. Spermatorrhea.,
Emissions, Jmijtotencj&nd&U Dis-;
eases causeti vy sen aDiise or m-
dlwrvtlon. On n.ii taps. St. air JLV
BcroRE) By mall JVrlte for Pamphlet, linrji
Eureka Cliemlcail Co., Detroit, latch.
Call on oraiiJresiThHo. Troup.druzcft.
corner Vlain ami Market streets. Springfield
Ohio. S'le Virent
11 A II I V VIGOR, TJ.'-'V;,
IflffPvJBBI Olwsjby tb. bw Crwl-
aWJaValaVaVaVaVaVaVaVAaVJ nor new Ulutratad M OnUe to
i'Ul4. Ais.lnts twrm-r A&tn Cralcto
c4 Icavl Ctlalct U .Numu St., 21. T-
DTTTC InsUDtrellef. nml cure la ten
AJJlJOt davA and
never returns. No puree
nosalve, no suppository. Sufferers will learn.
of a simple remedy Free, by addressing C.J.
M A80N.7H Naaaan St.. N. T.
the line of
Fore Boods at the Front Door.
CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKING POWDER,
now being introduced in this locality, has been before the
public fifteen years, and wherever introduced during that time
has, on account of its purity and great merit, superseded very
largely all other similar preparations for producing delicious,
light and healthful bread material. Hence the great anxiety
and fear evidenced by manufacturers of other baking powders
when they learn that CLEVELAND'S BAKING POWDER
is working its way into a new locality.
The manufacturers of CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR
BAKING' POWDER, recognizing the fact that the public
have a right to know what they are using as food, have for
many years published their formula, which has been confirmed
by analyses made by the Government chemists, State chemists
and leading scientists of various States, showing that their
Baking Powder contains only purest grape cream of tartar,
bicarbonate of soda and a little wheat flour, the latter to
preserve the strength of the poWder, and that it does not
contain ammonia, alum, lime, or any adulteration whatever.
The public thus has not only the assurance that
CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR BAKING POWDER is
" absolutely pure," but also a knowledge of all the ingredients
that enter into its manufacture. This latter information is too
often withheld by other baking powder companies.
The scurrilous advertisements of rival manufacturers will
not deter the citizens of this city from giving an article
so flatteringly recommended as CLEVELAND'S SUPERIOR
BAKING POWDER the trial which its merits so justly
deaerve. CLEVELAND BROTHERS,
Albany, N. Y.
Quinine Hair Tonic
For the preservation and restoration of the Hair.
Excites the Scalp to new and healthy action, re
moves dandruff, prevents the hair from falling off,
and in a majority of cases will produce a fine growth
of new hair.
CHAS. LUDLOW & CO.,
Pharmacists, No. 55 East Main-Street.
Of all styles and prices, at the
99 CENT STORE. 8 W. Ml.
IDCOSTT BUY YOTJR
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. 8. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
Are now open with the finest
both Foreign and Domestic,
The reputation of Col. Fell owes and his son is such that
there can be no doubt of their giving satisfaction and a first
class fit in every case.
line of Cloths and Cashmeres
ever displayed in Springfield
NO. 4 EAST MAIN ST.