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REPUBLIC1. WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 2M. 18ST.
50 English Ivory Toilet
LaVe Sc ncrj Decoration,
Mr'N (JOOI)S IX
i. IX T POTTERY
Til II U Lt.k.
91 and 93 A rat Main Sunnd 40 Santh Mar
ket "., -Springfield, O.
T"TATEIl-i cnirpete nt man to tale c e of
II li'iresauit helparound the house. Mast
besolier. relisbleund well recommended Ap
ply to E h Koss u IX. east Hlch street
"rbl To cooil. strong bo to help
nine Alters Call at II r v nils' sns..o
d south Limestone street. 4s
lTAXTKITO KENT House ol Are or sis
M rooms, bx man and UeiIhout children
!nr fMuith!n six r seen suuares ot the
postofllee and reasonable rent Address, "r or
Rent. ' this offlce f
UTAVrXD House, about T rooms, central
II location Address is T.Co-.M Arcade-
WAXTr 1-Ladies. local or traYeline. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for la
dies only. 1 dally easily made, no photo, no
patutins particulars free. Mrs. II. r Little.
Chicago. Ill amr
"ITTAM'r It- I i.erman Kirl for ceneral house
II work in nmxll family, cood aces Ap
ply at corner of Jefferson and Market streets
LADItS wanted to net up Tea Clubs for our
Pure Teas and toffees. A host of useful
articles to select from is premiums, bend for
Illustrated Price and Premium List, bpeclal
Offer To every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send fire one
pound of choice Tea Address. National Tea
and Coffee Co- Boston. Mass
ITTAXTED AllTe.enencetle man. to repre
II sent us !75 per month, and expenses
Goods staple, every one buys, outfit and par
ticulars trve. standard MlTerware Co., Boa
ton FOR RENT.
FOR REST Furnished room, suitable for
man and wlfeortwogents.at Jo.S north
Mechanic street at
FOR KEXT Larj-e store room on Main
s.reet- Kent low. Inquire of Thomas
FOR SsXb Houses and lots situated on east
Hlch. south Market, south Limestone. Gal
laeher. lV.irl. west Main and Colnmb.a streets
varying In price from SUM) tolliUD. Theo.
A ick.jaeatlllcli street. 4tt
For. -KLK Two first-class Brunswick and
Kalke billiard tables Address or call on
William Rockfleld. Arcade hoteL tim
MONEY TO LO X-In sums of S0O to H0.W0
on th ee to Ave Tears time, on first mort
E.Eeor approved commercial paper. Theo
A. Hick, i east Illjjh street. 46bs-r
INTOKMAT10X that wlllleadto the identifi
cation of James Macher.or Meagher, who.
with his brother, was lost in Chlcaco from his
parents, about KM It is belleTet that he at
one tlmt. or Is now living In Mrlnefleld.O
ddressl) Mather. Fort ates, Dakota. Ter.
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Solicitor ot American and Foreign
IS ALL riTIST MITTUS.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Brach tr-nrin: Washlnxton. D C; Lon
Ion i..c Paris, France.
Them will be a Rjnnirg Race at
Clark C fa r Ground, Thursday,
Feb. 24, at 2 p. m.
II nder names.
J M -niltn names.
.BOX'S IE C.
Thi Racl.cr2QO. MsatyliDs!
111" Inple jV-.en.ue, Hinnjjllel J, O.
l'ruiinp (irape "linen, Fruit and For
et Trees a 2-veciallj.
WEstlmates nivea for Grading, boddttut.
At the hlehes: market Dnce.
Price Curreut to the Old Reliable furriers
anil tur. Merchants Established !.
V. 11. lllTliaiARDT Ac CO.
11 1 West F) urth and 113 and III liaker
street. Cincinnati. O
mUQ Instant relief. Final cure In ten
jLO days, and nerer returns No puree
nssVre. no suppository. Sufferer will learn
of asmple remedy ree. by addreaalac CJ.
MSiN Vnn.i. V
hot soup poured over it before
The ease with which " Cerealine Flakes "
may be prepared in many forms surprises those
who use it.
The "Cerealine Cook-beok," containing over two hundred
carefully prepared recipes, and a pamphlet on Cereal Foods,"
illustrated with twelre 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
age to the Cerealine M'fj Co , Columbus, Indiana
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to get pure medicine.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to Ret fine chemicals.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to get patent medicine--.
Casper's Drug Store
I- the place to pet pxxl perfumery.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to get best il-vvoring ext's.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to Ret fine toilet soaps.
Casper's Drug Store
Is the place to get the best of all articles.
CASPER'S Drug Store,
rUher'pUIock. Malntreet,3l Door West
of L.lnie.tune, Springfield.
UriPKS "fttf" Kaker, "Chris
IenaThurMla, Feb. it.
(nM "Lost In Loiidon," FriJaj ami
Satuttla. Feb. S5 and 2t.
Missljtura Harnett, of Urbana, is "Mt
ine Miss Belle Arthur, or south Limestone
Dr. Studebafcer hts jtit succeeded in re
lielnK Mr. 1'etticrewV child of a eere
c.e if ineiiibraneous croup.
Miss Gertrude Hopkins, a chirniine and
accoup'lshed iouiiR ladj of Wilminitfon,
' . 7 ,,, ,. , .
the North Mde-
()1mr to the run on last Thursi!a nigl t
the jxmnd social at tlie Second Lutheran
ehurcli will be held tomorrow eeniuc,
February 31. All are Inv ited to le present.
On Thursday eenlng the republicans of
tlie Sixth ward are requested to meet at the
maor's office, those of the Seenth ward at
the Southern engine house, aud those of
tlie Kighth wanl at the Lagonda engiue
The Worthlngton circle of the C. L. S. C.
will hold a special meeting at tlie hon e of
Mrs. 1'rof. McKibben. on South Limestone
treet, Fridaj e ening at 7 o'clock. '1 he
programme includes selections from Long
fellow,, whose annlversarj occurs February
TO THE BOSOM OF HIS COD.
Dcitli off Henry Ostoby, k Tiotieer Cltlsen
off Clark County Ills Life.
Henry Oxtobj, a pioneer citizen of this
count, and one of the mi)! wulel)-knonn
men In Central Ohio, pavseil ijuutl to rest
last (Tuesda) e ening at 7.W at the resi
dence of his son, Itobert Oxtoby. near
Fietclier's chapel, in Harmon township
He was conscious to tlie lasL The deceased
had attained the nje old age of
eignt-fie. Death was the result of the
gradual breaking down of old ace. The
funeral will occur at 11a. in Thursda
frcm the residence of his son Itobert. Iu
tennent at Fietclier's chapel, of which
place of worship he was practicall the
founder. He wis creatly behn tsl b all
who knew I im and pas -cs into a memory
re ereil and ii. uoicu i) a wide circle of
friends and relatives the dead and cone
link that bound us to another generation.
He was bom in Yorkshire, England, No
leraber'Jl, 101, and was the son of Henr
and Elizabeth Oxtoby. In 1S01 his parents
cun- to America and settled at Geneva. N.
Y.. af terw ard rciwn ing to a f arm on the
Genesee mer, where the lited dunng the
war of lslJ. At that time they owned the
present siteof thecit of Rochester. In 1S14
they came to Clark county and settled in
Harmon township, where the father and
mother died in istband loW, respectiel.
Henry, the onl sm, grew to
manhood at the old homestead,
lmiig tl.e rough life and hating
the IndlrTerent aihantages of that earl
period. In December, lSi5, he marrieil
llarriet New line, also a nathe of England.
She dieil in 1S4S. Mr. Oxtob was again
married in ls.b, to Ann 1J. Xew lo e, a sister
of his nnt wife, who died Aucust Jt,
lb75. Mr. Oxtoby was sexton of Fletcher
chajiel for twent-seen ears and said he
would rather be a doorkeeper in the house
of the Lord than dwell in the palices of
kings. Oxtoby's station on the I. U. A Y .
w as named for him. He leaves; two adult
sons .John and liobert.
I'ulie! from a 1'assengerTrtln.
A )oung news bo named Craig was
pus led off the I B A W. train w Inch ar
rmJ from Columbus last evening, b)
Hollis Itettsol, a brakeman, and faljing,
struck on his head. The bo w as taken
'nto the Arcade restaarant. in front of
which the accident happened, and Dr. Dun
lap called. He appeared badly stunned,
but being subject to tits, it was hard to tell
what his real condition was The patrol
wagon was called and the boy taken to his
home on north Plum Street Today he was
able to be about town. BettsolJ will be
arrested when he conies back through the
There is a charm in shad) groves.
Where summer zephrs Idlv play.
There is contentment w here the wild bee
And where bright carols usher in the day :
But when disease has banished jo).
Has turned to darkness, health once had.
When what we prize serves onl) toauno).
And foul despair Is ever on our mj,
Take I eart. for the blessm, ever pra).
Gooch's Mexican Sjrup will Consumption
It is stated the president has tendered
tie position of secretary of the treasur) to
THAT halkim; cuuuii can be so
.(uickl) cured b) Shiloh's Cure. We guar
antee lL ror sale b) r. A. Garwood
soups "Ccrcalinc Flakes" is in
finitely better than Maccaroni,
7ermicelli, Italian Paste, Sago,
or Barley. It is more conven
ient also. It needs to be placed
only in the tureen and have the
542,000 Worth of Pay Ordinances Passed
by the Oity Ooaacil List
The Mml-nniiHl lllslslmi "f Tales
.ntfiie the jrlous I'nniU (Itlier
The citj council met in reul r session
Tnevlaj nisht. will. President riioinas in
the chair. I'resuit. Mt.srs. Ackeron.
Burnt tt, I'iiiiK. llanika, Korn. McKenna,
.Mieliitl, Velson. Xetts, rnnoe, llapp. Kits
ell, Tihim, 'Ihoinas (K T.) and the presi
The minutes of the list meetini; were
read ami appm ed
i.i pouts or ot net its.
It) clerk repjrt ot Witer Works trus
tees for mouth of Januan:
Receipts from witer works
Receipts from other sourtes .
Total - -5-05 J)
Total disbursements S1.I22 71
The clerk stated that the Water Works
trustiss had transfirr.il 57,000 to the iitj
fund from the surplus after pa) tug ruunuiK
exH'ii-es for the jiat jear.
The cierk also presintetl the apportion
ment of net funds collected on tlie dupli
cate of cit) of Spnnplield and accounted
for by the count treasurer In his Februirj
settlement, as follows.
5enenl llipense iund $,) 11
I jjtrret cleauluc. street lmproiment
audrepdr fund . 11.0s; C4
Fire department .mil cemeteri fund ti.'Oi II
l'ollce and mirshit f uud IAS' 14
Has fund 10.773 v
Public library fund JJrt ,0
Hulldincs. fire eimlnes. etc , fjnd its
ltrldce fund - - - , i '"' J;
W ater wo ks Irtiid luml 1VM
Water works fund- 1'VB' Ji
Our diwr poor fund ,.-
(Ireenmount sewer fund .II li
Taylor strett sewer fund 1-J1-
l'luin street seutriuuu - - i ' '
11 Mr Hanika From Agii'tus l'eters
and twent)-oneotlurs, askincfor the crad
ing and graiehng of Jefferson strett from
Western aenue to the old Da) ton road.
II) Mr. ett-s I'roiiosUion from John
Woods for cleaning the catch-basin-, offer
ing to clean out tlie basins, aftcMlie wattr
is pumped out, aud hauling awa the con
tents In a light wagon, at tl 75 per basin
for each time cleaned, contents to be disin
ltills were read and referred.
Ill I-OIITsOF COMM1TTH s.
By Mr. Funk, from Finance Committee
Waterworks bonds 100i(O
w ater wurks bonds. Interest 10.7 -1 '
lirldce bonds and Interest - 4-i0 lo
Hospital bonds and Interest l.is0U)
Sewr bonds an 1 Interest. - SO 00
terest - - - W .s
Taylor sin rt District I-und l,i s.1
tent, e street IUstrict I uud i" '
l'Inm Street IHsirlct Iund . 1 or
Total - $ 91 1
B) Mr. Hanika. from street conimittee
Pa) ordinance. E A. Williams, pay for
street hands, S2.VJ SO: Martin Moran, esti
mate on east Hich street 5-00; total,
$419 30. Passed.
B) Mr. McKenna. from committee on cit)
improvements Lav ordinmee to the Smith
Bridge coiupan), for bridge and moving
same. Si50. John Wvant. tilling lots,
S53 32, total, S i00.:!i Passwl.
Bv same A report and resolution setting
aside S.J00 for tilling sidewalks on High
street at Greenmount cemeter), work to lie
done under direction of the committee on
cit) improvements. Passed.
it) Mr. Korn, from committee on fire de
partment Pa) ordinance
Silary of firemen - SiN (
Wm Plmlotl. coal for enslne house 11 "o
K. W. Simpson, lumber for the endue
house. . - SS 21
Total - U-Sa 01
B) Sir. Prince, from committee on water
works Pa) ordinance:
Ryan A. "pellacy, estimate on pipe lay-
Inc SHG os
James Murra). labor on watersupply. 3
Total. -Ssi5 3
Br. Mr. Buniett from police committee
Pa) ordinance for 54i.4t". Passed.
B) Mr. Prince, from committee on light
and coriratioiis, jia) ordinance to
Champion Electric Litlit Co . for street
SprtnitOelil ,is Light and Coke Co 847 74
Total - .
B) Mr. 1 homas, E. T., from committee
on rules and printing Pa) ordinance for
514 6 '.. Passed.
, B) Mr. Xetts. from committee on claims
Pa) ordinance to J. S. Shew alter, salar).
etc, 5120 'JS. IMsseil.
l.bAIUMi Of OKDIN.VNCI s.
The citv solicitor read "'a resolution de
claring it necessar) to make a public im-
pro fluent bj erecting a market house and
cit) offices and procuring tlie necessar) real
estate as a site therefor aud approaches
thereto and for market space." The reso
lution Is substantial!) tlie same as the one
prev lousl) adopted, but now comes under
the new law just passed b) the legislature.
The lesAlution was unanimous!) adopted,
The full tet of the resolution will be found
In another column of this paper.
The solicitor read a resolution giv ing no
tice for the holding a special election on
Monda), March 7th, to vote on the
Market house and jxilice court
ijuestion. and providing for conducting the
same. On motion the rules weie suspended
and the resolution was read successive!) the
second and third time and placed on it's
passace. Adopted unanimous!. The res
olution will be found in lull among the
The solicitor read an ordinance to abolish
the office of marshal, which was, after sus
pension of the rules read the se oud and
third times and passed A)es 1, na)s 0.
The solicitor also read for the hrst time
two ordinances, one living the salar) of the
ludge. prosecuting attonie) and clerk of tin
IKitic court as, proposed, and the other the
salar) of the major to corresinmil, incase
the qu slion carries at the spwia election.
These two ordinance will oulj be put on
their hnal passage under those circum
1 I soil TIONs.
By Mr. Burnett Instructing the loin
rnlttee on imlke deputment to pinvhise a
horse for tlie pitml house. Adopted.
By Mr. Prince Setting aside two dollars
for a new link at the counul chamber
II) same For appointment of Knfiis
Gelwicks assanitar) marshal for'JO da)s.
Hv .Mr. Kusseii -instructing street com
missioner to remove wooden bridge from
guttt r on ellow isprings stret t, second
alle) south of Pieasant street, west side.
Bv Mr. Hanika Setting aside S"0 to
gravel the Dijton turnpike, between Main
and Isabebella streets, the work to lie done
b) the street commissioner undtr the direc
tions of the committee on streets and higli-
w a s. Adopted.
B) same The follow ing
Resolved, That modern crosslnzs be placed
across Plum street, at the intersection of
Jefferson; across the second alle) south of
Pleasant street, on the west side of Yellow
Springs street, near Fair grounds; across
Yellow Springs street at intersection of
Lilx rt) street, on the east side of and one
on the west side of Yellow Springs street:
across Dlliirt avenue at intersection of
i Shaffer strict: across Mulberry stnet at
theinttrsectlonof lUce; across High street,
at intersection ot Western ivcuue, across
Shifftr strtst, on the north side of High
and across Westt m avenue, on south side
of Miami street.
11) Mr. Russell Setting islde 3100 to
grade Diliert avi nue. from 1 ellow Springs
to Miln street Reft rrcd
B) Mr McKenna That the alle) In reir
of southern engine house, be paved with
stone within the next ten di)s Ref rred
B) Air. McKi nn i That Rice street,
west from Peirl strett to tllfton avenue, be
ut to grade, and tint the sum of $.T0 be
sot aside to pi j for thu smie Reft rred
Bj Mr. Nctts That liKHlern crossings be
construeti d. one on Park street, on north
side of I lin. and one on Miln strett. on
east side of William street. Reft rred
Bv Mr. Kipp To curb and guttt r ( nut
strut, from Plum to Ytllow Springs,
within unit tj da)s Reft mil
It) same To gravel Yellow Sprints
strut, from Mam to Columlni Reftrrcd
Bv same To plito a trussing on
Slnffer street, on the west side, across
Xorth stn 1 1. Reft rrcd.
"Xellow sum" llpnts the Kid nt 1'onl laist
'I he pool contest at Colim .t Ljneh's
last (Tuesday) night, between "Yellow
Sun" West, a professional from Newark,
X. J., and little Grant Kb), the crack
Juvenile plajir of this td), brought ont i
Ireini minus crowd. The contest was will'
worth stvuur. West's playing lieing of the
most brilliant character. Some of the shots
excited the greatest enthusiasm The kid.
on the othi r hand, plajcd In ver) hard
luck. U the conditions of the matches
the youngster was given six games tlie
start of his opponent. West was hv a
score of 10 to U The winner will prolabl)
apis ar in public again
THAT INQUISITIVC BOY AGAIN.
Wanted to Know 111 linnt Hie Hell, tlio
Kegister. the ltlnc the Fit rennil so On,
A young ladv and a small, bright ejed lmy
entered n streetcar on lake avcmio the other
af ternoon Tho lad deisisited her fare and
tLoliov's on! tho ls.ll rang.
"Aunt Ella,'" said the bov , "what makes tlie
The driver rings thels-l!,'" was tlo leply
"Wliat dons he do that forp
"Whv . he tloes it to legi-ter the fare."
M lu-t dties he do that forP
"Because ho has to "
Then there was a silence for half a minute.
Presently the lmy said
What is tliat round thing up there!"
"That is tho register."'
"JVbnt is tliat forr
To register the fare "
You 3i 1 the ring regitereil the fare "
"No, I didn't say that "
"Yes, v on did. Aunt Ella."
"Xon , Johnny, don't )OU contradict mo;
you arc a naughty lmy " .
'Well, that's what ) ou said "
A silence of two minutes followed It was
broken hv th lmv, who said- "Sav, Aunt
Ella, what mado you tell me that the ring
registered the fare!"
"Oh I don t know "
"You did siv so, didn't yon, Aunt Ella"
"Yes, Jnlnim "
"Then what made you sav that you didn't
"I didn't sav that I didn't sav so Don't
boiher me, Johnny."
After another brief silence theliov returned
to the attack "Siv, Aunt Ella, did you go
to Sunday scliool when you wns littler
"Ye, child, of course I di I "
"Di lyou take nnv prizes"
"Yes, lots of tlicni "
"Bid you tell wrong stories as much then a
you di now r
"Johniiv . you are a laid bov, I shall tell
"I wish vou would tell her twotunes, that's
what I wish."
hy Johimv r
"Csnse you wouldn't till tlie same story
two tim-s, that w ould let me out" Rivhester
Tim ilrent n Mrnln.
He sort of stjueezei! hi'iwlf into iiohce
heoilipmrteisi yesterilay, hat in hand, nod lie
shainlilisl mi toSergt Jlartm's tlesk, tiowtsl
very low, and impnred
"Am de loss ossifer mT
"Yes, sir "
"Wall, Imss. I want's to know 1out dis
time luzness, I'ze bm hevm' a heap o' tnibblo
fur a week (wst
"J hat time are y ou running on"
"Dat's what 1 want to find out One feller
he tells me to go on snler time, nn' another
tells me standard time, an' my ole woman
she's got a third time, an' l'ze nil mixed up
I tole tie ole woman dat I was comiii'down to
git ileetvtiine nn' stick to it "
"Well set your watch nt 1.2s"
"Yes, sail Dat's de fust satisfackshun I'v e
had in two hull weeks."
He pulled out an ancient "tuniin," felt
around for a key, and hail jut got ready to
set the hands when the crystal fell out and
smashed, there was a long continued whir
ring among the works, and as he held the
timepiece to his ear and shook it the internal
mechanism fell on the floor and rnllnl undtr
a U nch
"I spivkteil sutlim nf tin suit " -aid tlie
man as his chin began tnijuivei -Ilat comes,
of tryiu' to run on three sorts o' time. Xo
watch km stand nny nch foolin as dat, an' I
might a knownl it"
"U h it will you do nowr
"Xufliu Dat settles time on dls chicken
fur de nex' six mouths, nn' Izo gwme to git
up in de inawnni' when Ize hungiy, nn' go
home at night nrtt r de ole woman lias got do
wood in " Detroit Free Pivss
ltirtrnlts of the ..pakers.
In the house tsirndiir on the south side of
the t liainN r, know u as -the sis'akt r's lobby,"
are hung a iiumlier of liotograjilis and
rrivonsof the various gentluuen who linve
lss'ii chosen to preside over the house Mot
of those nte uidi'ftreut pictiues, thiise rtpov
senting the eniliir snkers lmnj; enlargul
photographs, csipivd fmm null lctures of tho
subjects us were obtainable. Iiiformntioii hits
linen i-ecs ntsl from the govtruoi of ;iassn
chusetts to the t ffect tliat an apin n ition
basics1!! made bv that state to stippli ml
iaintiiigs of sutlu citizens ot the Ikav state
as liave lisn sjnakersof the house Tlni is
an example ninth will l doulitless followttl
bv th'vlegi-litui'f- of oilier suites, and in n
few y wii-s, it is )mMsl, a valuable and credit
uhlocolltstiou of oil iaiiitmgs of nil the men
who liave lsn cIkkii to presale over the
house will take the place of tlie uiditferent
pit lures that now hang u, mil the walls of thu
sinker's lobby Cor Philadelphia Ledger.
Catarrh Is a v ery prevalent and exceed
ingly tlisairreeable disease; liable, if ne
glet Usl.to tlev elop Into serious consumption
Hood's Sarsapanlla, acting through the
bliol reac'ies ev ery part of the system,
effecting a rulicai and peniMiifiit cure of
catarrli. loo doses Si.
The Presileiu's wile Iuih lot! Rose Eliza
beth Clew land and forty-four other I idles
in tlie State dining room. There was no
Genuine am I pproveil by ll.
The only genuine porous plasters is Ai I -cock'
, and all other so-called porous p!as
ti rs are nothing more than perforated
counter irritants made to sell on the repu
tatl in of At I cock's. Ait cock's l'oi.m s
Pi vsti i: is the only external reined) tliat
has the utin,uah!ied recommendation of
professional men and the general public.
Ken are of imitations!
Ten million dollars of the 1 liree-jsr cents
have been callee!, the call maturim: April l
My I ove Has (.mwn si ery I-air,
Theeiiv) of ever) girl.
Tlie secret now 1 will det lare,
'Tis in Chaplin's Liquid Pearl.
OZBTLIT OUT SALE
i -i ctssj cKS?m r-
"T IKE as it were a moth that fretteth the garment," so will the
I j free alkali, to which many powerful soaps owe their strength,
destroy your children's; clothing. Professor Silliman, of Yale Col
lege, says, "The hour Soap is of remarkable purity as a
laundry soap it has no superior."
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as pood 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.
Copjright l&sS. by Procter A Gamble
Rent K!ntf Transrera.
Washington Grohatu, trustee, to Xora M.
Rohrer, lot In Lagomfa 51.
David Garst to Ixmisa Boners 'i acre
lanl in Springfield township: 5150.
Amos Washington to William Field.
r,4-100 of an acre of land In Selun: S-l".
( r filth Fills tn Thomas Murph), lot on
Win er street: 51,200.
v illiaiu L Houston to Leon II Houston
an undivided interest In 'JO", acres land
in Clark and Champaign counties. 51,
."ilO.Jl. W. B Baker. Sheriff, to Margaret E.
How dish, lot in Hotsenpiller's addition;
11 F Garlough to A. E. Marshall, 14
acres land In Green township; S'l'ifl.
Janus Anderson to W. II. and Robt. W.
Swab), l'l acres land in Green township,
j. A. McCreitht. et al, to Samuel Grube,
lot In Mc'reight heirs" addition; 520".
Samuel Grube to John and Annie Grif
fith, lot In McCrelglit heirs' addition; S2r)0.
B F Hale) to Joshua Wollston .v. Bro .
' "it acres laud in German township;
James W. Foreman, et al, to Edwin M.
Baird, quit claim to lands In Harmony
Michael Rual to Barney Sassen, lot on
Thresher -treet, Sn7".
Wesley Webster, cuardian to O. X,. Stew
art, unit-claim to lis, r.;-luo acres land In
Haniiouy township SI.
W. 11 Raker to W. S. Thompson, 7 acres
land In Moorelield township. Si.00.
Thomas Fry burger to Luther Young, 17
100 of an acre of land In Spriugtield town
Benjamin Woosley to William S Woos
Iev, l'i7 7s-100 acres land in Harmony
J. J. ieeley to Murphy A Xash, lot in
McCreight heirs' addition: SoOO.
Henry C. Moles to Morris A Pluiumer,
quit-claim to lot on west Main street: S2i.
A TALK WITH VON MOLTKE.
Ills Opinion of ('rant anil lfancoek-a.Th
Capt Xalbro Frazit r, one of the lest known
of the nuhtarv men of Philadelphia, has re
tunitsl from a two y tars' sojouni in Europe.
W bile abroad he had a long jiersonal inter
view with the gnat commander of the Ger
man armv. Gen Yon Moltke Being pressed
tosieak of tho interview, lie said
"I called on Gen Von Moltke at Ins palace,
just outside the gates at the end of the famous
road called Pnder dt n Linden it is a modest
looking housei ttiougb, notwithstanding its
high sounding name, and is not nearly so
luandsnine as Mr ClilIds'orMr. SvottV. After
Ilia I sent up my card, tlie servant, coming
bark, inquired tarticiilarly why I wished to
st-e Gen on Moltke Because, said I, I have
Issai a soldier, and now that Gen Grant Is
dead I consi ier Gen Von Moltke the greatest
military man lit ing The servant retired,
aud in a moment returned 'In that cave,
said he, 'his excelltncy will be glad to se
you I follow od the servant up stairs and
into a draw ing loom As I iteipi"d across
the threshold I almost stumbled against the
gre it geni bI, w bo wa, standing by the door
Copt Frarii rf he inquired hi i itellert
Fnglr-h, viry slowlv, but rll iriroj'ioed
"'I am,' I Miswervsl
" 'And vou an an Anentanr
" And you have served onJer (b-n Grant"
" And undtr (leu Hanroil. tot,r
" od no lirli iu llniicx It
" lien 1 ..n ,lad to soo you Sit you
"I tirfik a sent liv the window, and fnrlhre
quarti is ,f an hour we had a i hat 11 gen
i ial qol.'- in rnghsh altngelh, r, an 1, tboiigl
heeimiit i trl with II. slowntssof d hi ra
tion ho , tcr wauteil for words, lleqiofeen
gooil deid of o ir vr ir, llii iIl 1 considerrd
it rrmaikil'le lint 1 o in ntfoned no nuie-sof
cent t ds leit tbo. of Grant ainl Jlahiork.
He ii ferrtsi pirtuiilaily to iho lulllo I Git
tvsburg, and s' Ue of it asa Rieit strategic
contest 1 asked liitii what his opinion wasrf
Gen Grant Gui Gniiit, lie ii bcil, 'was a
great general Ho was one of lh"gieatest
tblit fits "ter lived '
" And Gen II uicotkf
" 'Gta. Unicoi k was a brave soldier
"I thought tf thais that lie -vonl! refer to
sonifof the in, o oil tho (olifisli mtrt ld but
heitiil not He did not talk inin hi itheraliout
tin Geiuioi Mriny m detail, and oiervetl
that i-atlliou in sjKnl,in ol home nnlltaiy
matli is tint hs ins chaiui teiistii of Gi rmati
odniTS Kr!-rally v soul, howevtr, thes
wools W-lno long lieen endeatoring to
nnko the titinnn army tho l.t in I urope,
and I nin beginning to 11 eve tint we nre
sucising e are endeivollllg alvlblkeep
it hi i slito of eoiistant preparation He said
no uton' that timid U coustruil as tearing
on the future at all and did not once referto
Frnni-e or I'n u, h military mm As I was
leav ing he shook me isinhally by tlie hand.
"'I will i. ill jsui when in llerhn, I said.
"'It will lie usdi-ss' he rephtsj, 'unless you
return tiry soon
"'iteciuse I enme in with the century, but
I s b ill not see it go out . 1 am not for
long"' l'uiladilphia Press.
I,ace curt tins cieaneti as nice as i evv; all
grides, at tlie 'spniiglii Id sttani de works.
"fvftk ,- WW O' tho good things of this
v"vxxv3 life am sorrowfully It t
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepslr. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 25 and CO cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Williams' Art Store has been removed
from '"s. to 7ti cast Mam street, oiqxisite
Diehl's block. The closing out sale of
pictures, p'cture frames, art goods, station
arv, etc., will be continued. Great bar
gains are offered.
MitrtTn'n Commercial College,
313 aixlli street. Washington. I. C, pro
vides, practically useful business education.
Xo terms nor vacations. Students enter at
any time. Terms: Life scholarship, 510;
1 weeks course, boird, Ac, 37'i. Send
Ladies will please have their dyeing done
now, before the rush beirins, at tlie Spring
field steam dye works. Center street
A Caicd To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early urea), kiss of manhood,
etc, I w ill send a recuie that will cure you.
free of charge. This great remedy was dis
covered by a missionary in South America.
Send self-addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph
T. lnman. station u, Xew xorlc city.
DR. J. C. OLDHAM,
0PEHAT1TK DENTISTRY J
No. 9j E. Main Street.
HARTMAN, MORGAN & CD.
lit 8. Limestone t.,slprlnctleltl, U.
TEI.KI'HONE Ml. 131.
PAUL A. 8TALEY,
Attorney and Expert
S.1MCITOR OV PATFNTK.
Room tr Ai.ml ltuildinif
The Oriel nn! and Only Qrnalne.
iB-lUpmiaMe f LADIES. Ak jonr frcctst ft
( lilffcw IrK FtavTUV aad talc m otber mt sOctoM to.
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tried io vin every knoww remesly. bu Umov?r.l a
rtmileit:i,ns,hih he will eua l-icthlo iu
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A L i ITK
WANTlr D i,eiientl aiceuts, to vtholesale
hit new motor. lUre chance, iroed sal
ary or Vic on the dollar vddress. -Attn stamp.
1- V Weaver, IndUn ipulis, Ind tName this
futcndlng Advertiser, should address
GEO. P. ROWELL 1. CO.,
10 SPRVCK siTKKKT, NKW lOKK CITY,
For SKLtCT LIST of 1.000 NEW SPAPEKS.
Will be sent FKKKnn aDDllratlnn.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
Rooroi In Buckingham's Bu.ld.ng.OTer-49
o--3iI(ittr3ntton iciven to tho preterr
nfttur tAth. Ins o
AprvtlrnproTTrnetitOTrthoM rtyle. PtTTrtiU
1 PI-sHif rrum tkvuul ot the DaiL Mjule uf bert u ily
TuoImwL Cknfi4L,yUrniTl. t or hAlw by UJ
wre Iralfr lUlf dt xt n urtHt ii Mint tonr
f H,?7JE,;tJa,,J,,,, V"1 -Wa ' t $1 4-0. Madsoalr
A mm i to i iuv X
Contains only purest grape cream of tartar,
bicarbonate of soda, and a little wheat flour,
the latter to preserve the strength of the
powder nothing else whatever.
What other manufacturers impart to the
public a knowledge of ALL the ingredients
that enter into their baking powder?
Consumers have a right to know what
they are using as food. In these times of
extensive adulteration the public should
demand this information, and in all cases
where not given should refuse to purchase
the baking powder.
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.
COAL! COAL !
C. R. JOHN & CO.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IX
ALL KINDS OF COAL:
Hurd's Shaft and Emma Mine ; Jackson Coal a Specialty.
Also, best grades of Cannel, Hocking and Anthracite.
OFFICE : Corner Mechanic and Washington Streets..
TELEPHONE NO. 254.
J. B. FELLOWKTSOiC
14 EAST MAIN ST.,
Are now open with the finest line of Cloths and Cashmeres
both Foreign, and Domestic, ever displayed in Springfield
The reputation of Col. Fellowes and his son is such that
there.can be no doubt of their giving satisfaction and a first
class fit in every case.
Of all styits and
T STORE. 8 W.
prices, at the
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