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TUESDAY EVENING. MARCH 1. 18U7
Til.i T rut in: mi I-
AThen the advocates of a proposition are
compiled to resort to ti!IIf)ing those who
opposethein.'tlie indications are that their
cause is a weaV one. and the) attempt to
win bv throning mud Intheetesof tho
people. In the hope of being abletodnert
attention from the real meat m the case. I
Thnstheadtocatesofthe police bill, through i
their organ, wilted bt a democrat, are en-
gage.1 now In riassffjlnc as '-idiots,-' "a
batch of politicians for revenue only,
mtcuiuv iit(saus, ,-, a., "uu ...
oppose them In their nefarious schemes to
..ni.,M liAniii K man fif tViA iH-A I
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bill. This may lie true that tte are idiots,
but before the matter b linal!) disposed of
we prefer to hate a more competent judge
pass sentence. In our case, than the demo-
cratic editor referred to abote. It ma) le'
also that such goi-d and true republicans as
Judge White, ev.liidctf Goode, Attorney
Moner. Attoruet Wallace. Judge Miller,,
Koberi Johnson, Kso, , and a host of others,
would prefer to appeal their case. These .
gentlemen, thoroughly competent to digest J
the police bill, and all of them anxious for
municipal reform, hate stattd that the i
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bill Ins many and serious objections, i
These gentlemen are cited from a long list, 1
holding like opinions, to gite the public
some Idea of the class of citizens w horn j
thisstripplingof a democratic clitoris thus
isui me case in question is tne ponce uui
anil not this emhrjo democratic editor who
presumes to dictate to republicans their
co irse of duty.
As we hate before stated, ve are opposed
to the bill because we hud no merit In it, as
applied to Sprincfield, liejond w hat '
It lias already accomplished In aboi '
bhing the office of marshal, and further
- tte believe it to be a democratic scheme by
meansof which the liojie to increase their
chances of cabling complete control of our
municipal affairs. In this opinion tte be-
lieve we hate stiflicieiit etidence to justify
Xow-astothe merits of the bill. The
question of economy Ins been largelt ,
dwelt upon bt those fatorlng the bill, they i
claiming tint the new st stem could be '
operated at a much les, etpetise than the '
present system. Itut let us examine a lit
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lie. Lnder the old or present st.tem, the
only oaicer b the ma) or, whom we will
presume reeehos in fees S4.00, for
himself and his clerk. Of this
amount the citypiyintr nothing, but the
offender foots the bill. Tinier the new
law-, if council should fix the salaries of nil
the officers combined at S 1.930. as the ordl-
nance introduced protides, there would Is from the condition of a tieople who were
only be left SdOO to met the other M&fi"
expenses for one year. Does any one sup- .!.,; fmm t.le America of Adams and
IKise that this iOOO would pay onc-hf th of Jefferson to the France of .Napoleon 111.
fiat exitense? Certahilt- not The exoensc We chiefly need now that the irosnel of no-
of an extra policeman, or perhaps two. to ,
i .. . a , i. .. . tmu.ic -M'luiiiit'i u snou (i ane union i u
attend to the court, for it must be rcmem- Udemn men who do not perform that
In-n-d that thlssls to be a court whose ofti- amy. Whoeter as,erts that honest and in
cers come from the higher strata of society, telligent American citizens should refrain
the jur) fees, the witness fees and a thous-' fnm a" participation in imlitlcal affair has
and one other expen-es. tovtards mi- the burden of proof resting heat 11) upon
ing which this SfiOO refer to abote, will cut
bat little figure. These expenses are all
pud by the city, and mil reach a good
round sum. far above the present cost, to
X'otv, as to the working of the bill as re
offender. We do not adtocate'
. t ...i i.... i.-il
law that requires au officer to sit as both
! niiiiTA ni.l fi-iiJi"r tint mnoh tinn.Dti.ii
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has been written regarding the inefficiency
of its workings. We do not behetethat
there are many cities in Ohio where life
and property are as well guarded
a-s they are in Springfield.
We do not behetethat there are man) clt
is in Ohio that can bjat of better protec
t on to her citizeus than ours. Our wites,
oar daughters and our little children are
free to go and cmi" upon our streets, and
rarely do we hear of an offense being com
mitted against them. I,et tills be said to
the credit of the present s)stem with all of
its glaring faults.
While under the present sstem there
may be and likely are faults growing out
of the fee s)st-ni, the same
forees would be at work creating like
faults undcr.the new Ian. Let us cite a
case : A man is brought before the mayor
c'jareed with an offense and he gets the
proverbial dollar and costs and is dis
charged, when his p.iiibhment should have
been much more severe, but the major
wanted him back in a short time for another '
fee. Under the new law an offender i, I'r",c'' Ior " " bill to li5
brought before the police judge ; the judge ocaI!,ft tl,e rebuke- T,le "I'l0'"-"-- - the
sizes him and remembers iliat the election ' l't-nt simply failed to carrj the mo
ot a new iHilice judge b drawing nigh, this I "l'rd, e -"eu.rvel by the constitution,
man totes, and Iwanthi, tote. ctoseon-ttiK I Frie,"Uof ' president who cat. get any
Im ins fris- nr w tv.tl, l,
a light penalty that hi, tote is secure,! for I
the judge's re-election. This is onl) re-'
ferreil to as an illustration tint one is as sus
ceptible to such influences as the other, and
tne one is no improtement on the other, as
far as that goes. We take no stock in the
great corruption that prevails under the
present system, and the great puntt that
trould prevail under the new. Etib exist
under the present s)tem, but it b not all
etil, neither is the fees) stem wholl) bad
it it sen e no other purpiie than to bring
the daily petty offender to justice who.
under a salaried major and tiolice
lourt, mit lit go free, as there
mightbe a disposition to allow him to go
free m order that his tote might be secured
at the next ejection. It is as just to attrib
ute such motites for leniency under the new
s) stem as it is to attribute ot er-zealousness
under the fee system. Our position on
the fee s)stem Is well underst.ioil. We are
opposed to it, but tte onl) want to show
that it is probably not so bad as those
fatoring the new jiolice bill attempt to
picture it. and that it is possible to continue,
and et en prosper, under that plan for one
or two )ears longer, until we can get such
legislation as we want.
The new bill is not what tte want, and its
workings, if adopted, will be found to be
both tedious, cumbersome and expensje,
beside increasing the number of our olllces
bevond the number necessary to transact
our business, Yililcli Is demoralizing In Its
That the adoption of this hill is necessary
to the election of a suitable person to flip
office oftnaor is absurd, and that our
nmor should he a man of wealth, a man of
prominence and Influence. I an Insult to
thousands of honest tollers in thecitj It
is not neeessai that he Ik" a man of ealth, I
I It is not necessary that he be a miti of I
j j,nmtiR-iK C, it is not iieves-rj that he be a
man of influence, but it i- ii-co-.ar that he
mles to punWi, neither hate we a caiulliUte
for major, euept the candidate ol Hie re -
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that the republican partj in -priiKheld I i ,
wiser than an) man or set of men and tne
I eanijata ot the partj is our candidate,
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That the democrats haw concocted this
scheme to defeat US. if possible, at the
polls this spring there is e.ery evidence.
Thej cae the scheme birth and as a party
., . ,,t n.,
re upportin it. e take n
stock in mm-partisaii legislation. It usual-
ly means democracy. I-xst tall some re-
publicans who denounced non-partisanism
as being pure, unadulterated democracy
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areno found poshu; as non-partisans and
supportirts this scu-alled non-pirtban
measure. In addition to being a pure dem-
cratic plot, it Is a Ian that our city does not
' require, it is a law not meet Ins our netsls.
it should be defeated in the interests of
pure, honest, just and economical city go-
eminent, and if the indications are correct.
it will be defeaded by a large majority as
It devt e- ti be. Vote against the bill.
' m j, of ,.
li among onr cltiiens as to the desirable -
ness of some change In the administration
of our municipal affairs, ami that if the
ofiice were wholly a salaried inl
and the jiolice and fire depart
iiuents were controlled by non-partisan
boards, the etils eomplalm-l of would be
largel) remedied. Asa solution to all
this, why not hold a public meeting in
the ttignam on Krida) etening of this
w eek. to take the iiiversarj steps for sut
mltting a bill to the legislature, cotering
these points, and hate a delegation of our
cltiiens go to Columbus and secure its
The WgMMuK w, , a(1Jurn for tW()
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eeks at IeasL Our market house bill was
1-"1 ln a we"k aml n lhu u I,niI--
It may be urged that constitutional im-
, jimets are in the way of such a law.
but if it b constitutional to emponer the
city council to abolish the oflice of
citt marshal, why can It notb' empowered
to ap)K)int four commissioners, not moie
than two of whom hall be of the same
political faith, to govern our oi!ce and hre
departmen ts, to fix a salary for the oRlce of
ma) or and require him to pay into the ."it)
treasury all fees, tines and licenses ?
The following paragraph, from an article
in the Einch, of Xetv York, a new weekly
magazine, on "Americans In Politic.)." from
the ten of Mr. Kliliu Hoot, the nevt republi-
cau leader, supplements tery neatly and
forcibly, what we said In our editorial on
"Politics and the Primaries," printed m
last Saturdat's paper:
Men are quite puffed tip oter knowing
aml faring more aUiut Uandolph Churchill.
iiiai,i;t:i ui nisiuarc'K man auout me
l"Jiiuirui Biijiistn tlieironil couinr). I Ills
is Ill)t ,TOinned toour gilded )outh: our
IKilitical affairs of tneir own country. Till-
busy men of affairs lind no time for t-olltics
our hlchl) educated men hnd no taste for
It. Thousands of good people, whose con
science would not iermlt them to st)
asy from thiirch or to refrain
from some charitable effort, neglect
their tMlitical duties without the slight
est compunction. Our general teiidenct
'"? dut-' .?l"mI"1 1k1 PfMched and that a
nun. tie must esiaoiisii tne excentlon to
the general rule of political dut). not bj
simnle nwr..n ....tin ,.,. ,.,i.i ,
The eleiiitratioi7ofdo7ed and tt bite
citizens at the ttignam. Mni.dr eteninL'
, and at the bannuet at the St .I.,..,- IInt..i
tmcr,l mnminn- v. .n ..f i. ........ :..'
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nliicant and suggestive occurrences eter
t,10n iQ ,hc.t). The immense audience
representee! all races and colors and tti
'utterances from the platform were most
sensible, practical and inspiring. Both
white and black men declared that, lion
that the American citizen of African
I blood, was equal to white men un
der the law, they had their
I own future in their own hands and wtte
I expected to be the architects of their own
i fortunes. The utterances of the occasion,
although earnest and fert id, were in good
taste, esourteous, magnanimous, and In eterj
wa) oeiimng. ine gentlemen who ar-J
ranged for the meeting and the banquet de
I serte t lie t Inks of the thousands of citizens
I who enjo)ed the addresses and of the for
tunate few-w ho were iutited to the ban
quet. I The Xew York .sf.ir is boasting of ti-e
"crushing defeat" of the friends of the eh -pendent
pension bill m the house, and the
Memphis Apiwtl boasts of how the house
"sustained" the president's teto. The
house is a largely democratic body and tet
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" l',r 1" ,"r' "' l:uor OI rt'oiKing the
comfort from this would smack their
.---"".-."- um s,...u.i. tiieir lips
-'"--- a i "'1' a-t call
,l U" i,le "1!
The late Clement h. t'allaiidigham used
to say that time would make all things
eten. The prophecy is fulfilled.- lib son
Charles has come out, squarely, as an out-and-out
republican. He stood faithful!,
at the post of duty as a clerk of the Ohio
senate, and that, as a matter of course, dis
franchised him as a democrat.
We have a new stiieriiiteiident of public
schools, and it b proper that comment, as
toluscapabilitt, be rtsertesl until he demon
strates his fitness or unfitness for the isl-
South Toledo is lion ktiounas Mauince',
but it will not smell an) sneete-r in the
coming dog da)s for its change in name.
General (Jreeley and the ground-hog
should be held responsible for the weather
of February, and treated accordlngl).
The House is likel) to cause" an extra
session of Congress bj its failure to pass
the necessary appropriation bills.
The building season, in Springfield, is
opening up early and tigoroiisl) and indi
cates a booming ) ear.
Another spring should not find our cit)
witli such abominable streets a.-tte have
If the new police bill b thorou -hit un-
ldertood it will be defeated.
If you and Z to-t'ay kbouIJ .tois and Ut
Our life ork down, and let our Imnls fall Kitrt
Fall don 1 1 lie qui'- still
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The thread we e-arnejaotl.at itcoiill iad,
lginulnglieroMeKt. i;-J, if it t.lionl.1 c-ome lo
Our life work. co.Off - k
Tcarr on the i"! lwcn
Distil ctiTl.v made .urr mine,
V hal would it hnd
If Ime should com"
htoo lag -hue, when wo art (.one
To find brij.li-. thread.
J 'nt hal U ,i,a4 nm thnn lmw
j Tbatbrml. -when touch, how cold
"" nrosen wmiKis, ana klH,H
Flrt.li cause for v.,-
G,siio Kline .
DANGERS OF DESK LUNCHING.
A Solemn VtarnliiK t., ei linlu.lrliiiia
ymploy-, mi.l Hint t iiii,''"-r"-
In the office of .in insurance romp-inr
on l.iS.UIe hircei I snr, the other il.i
, ,, llls lllnclllll ,lU,,k
j( ws a t,r ,7K,Ie, i,mth which his
j i ,110thcr, n Xew I'-iiKland 1'iirit.in,
huu prep.ireil for him at liome with tjp
leu Xc Kimlamlwinplicitj It consistol
of bread and Iflitler t lie llcc- of the
I ' '"',?"';,,,,,,.,,,,, ,i1(. i.nersof the
i latter iuite tlnn two haul loikil of;e-
and u niece of mince pie Douhtlesj. the
jiie was oxl all f KiikI.iiuI mince
Inicls hut I tutted the youiii? man from
the lioltoiu of in) heart With lib las
of water from the lijilrnnt, lib eyes llvol
I upon ii letter licforu linnet en while l.e
ninnclietl. his attitude reminded me of
that of u fd.it e Ik nilinc o er liLstoilnnd
! eating the
crust which lib hard tusk
mastt r h id licsrnidpngly Huns lilm In
tin minutes the lunch tvas finished, and
then tho toung nun resumed his lulwra
with reports, policies and letters
I made some inquir) concerning him,
and learned that he was one of the most
uilii.ililo emnloces in the ofllcc earnest.
i fathful and lotnl mid that his sen Ices
were nppre-cmttsl and rcit.inletl with n
CikxI s.ilary, out of which he and his
mother, Rood Yanke-e that she wjus, were
tlall) sating n uug sunt. And jet I
pitied him If I had been an old man I
should hate said to him, as earnestly and
iutemall) as I knew- lion "Young ninii,
don't cat imv more liinche-s at )our de-sk
Tell tour mother not to put up tint more
ein-s "or mince pics for you. ton can't at
ford it tt m.i) sate n dune or two
und a li ilf hour's time, but )OU can cam
tour tsilar)" and more, to, after taking
mi hour for u lunch out The dimes )ou
are saving now will some day lie nee-tlcd
to i) doctor's hilb nntl snpiiort ton
when ) on nre too sick to work Mop this
desk lunching tlo out to n restaurant,
till) some soup, some warm final, take
tour time to its eating, find some com
jutnons to go with )ou and chat and
laugh with )ou Take a little stroll in
the open air. Mil -our lungs with o)gen
that is not superheated and lifeless, get
totirintnd nway from jour work a little
while, uni'. depend upon it, the sum of
jour life's strength, energy and happiness
will be all the crenter for it " Chica.-.)
l'eople Horn to I.Mitre.
Strangers cousider ns dancing maniacs,
for we arc at it all the )e-ar around The
reul reason lies parti) in our climate and
parti) in our population Xo other simrt
cau thrite here- in winter The sea iiir
and the heat of a half million tlrc- makes
sleighing, sledding and all winter sirt
Impossible. Then we are made up of
Scotch, Irish, Knghsh, (iennaus, French,
Italians, and Jews all inveterate dancers
It seems as if cterjliody dances, nod
nsnall) on the co-ojK'Ritit c pi m Wheret cr
tw.nt) factor) hands or counter girls are
gathered together a "coterie" or soci.il
club is formed A tear's dues and lines,
amouiitiiig to nothing until the) nccitmu
lite, erte to hire a hall and hit) it few
tickets and canb, und that is enough
Ktert sort of jieople gite their annual
Iulb. Theclet.iteil train men, the Knights
of I-nbir, the thoiis.inds of shop girls, the
ivililic.il rlul. thedemi monde, the iiuir
kclnien, the Catholic socittie-s, the bi
e)cler, cimoc-ists, atliletic clulcs, agartttc
girls, city ilctMrtmeiit emplotc-snndetert
Ui-Hlt else And it makes no dilTerenre
-il-out .siinday cither In fact, Mindat
night b the fnvonie lime for dancing in
the east side tenement district, and eteii
in the uptown bronn stone quarter uniong
the wealthy Hebrews Dancing schools
art- terj numerous, nnd the Ltrcst danre
steps can lie learned for prices within the
menus of sen mi w omen, but most of Us
hate dancing 1-orn lit our heels. Xcw
York Cor Proiidence Journal.
l.ttittK ill t a.ltitictoii.
Teu )e.irs ago a lit cried coachman or
footman was n noteltv in Washington
The officials who emploted them first were
honied at as aristocrats and imitators of
the fashions oCKuiope To-day thire is
not an official w ho has money enough to
hate A sertant but puts him in litery. It
will be lint a short Mine lufore pondered
wigs w ill lie used to further distinguish
the scrtants of ultra fashionable families
A high official family lias already con
sulted nil artist in this town concerimfft
new liter)- designs, nnd these designs in
rlnde the powdered wig. There will be
no more outcry against the wig innotn
lion than there was against the lit cries of
ten j ears ago It will lie remembered
what a sensation was created in Xew
York when Yaiiderbilt ut the opera placed
n literied footman nt the door of his liox
Arthur reproduced Mns in Washington,
and the Cletelands hate adopted the
Arthur fashion Washington Cor. Xen
A TltotiKlit Header on 3Ir. Gladstone.
Mr (iladstone is, of nil notable men I
hate met, nliont the least able to mask lib
emotions, skillful as he b in cloaking his
thoughts. He is a highly emotional man,
and there b aliout him, morcoicr, some
thing distinctly mesmeric. His natural
charm of manner, Uie .softness of Ids toice
and the southing nertous action of his
hands gite him an immense jiower oter
men It is almost impossible to lie in his
presence without feeling this mesmeric in
fluence, und I can well uuderstund people
doing things at his dictation which ma)
be ngainst their better judgment Niue
3lortulity Among Children.
Before the Pans Foundling hospital
udoptetl the expedient ot placing children
in families m the country its mort.ihty
rates atcraged 50 per cent, n tear; tinder
the new s)stem the death rate sank to "JO
per cent, for the whole tune the foundlings
nere its wards, which enters the school
age The Hospital San Spinto in Home
rc'iiorts thedillercniceof mortalitt iM-tttccn
the children it retains in ns!ttm and
'hose whom it places with farrlilies in il.e
-ountr) at fsH 7" to 1'J 0 ier ctiitum
Tin b for alaudoned infant' Charles
A 1 1",,:'- lloullns (ote.
Dr. W II. Walsho sas that he once
saw- n dog who iutiiriably utlereil n heart
rending howl when the note F sharp on
the llfth line ot the treble clef was struck
on the piano He h id -ecu nm rouse up
out of apparent sleep at the sound The
annual proted, under repeated trials ikt-
lectlt indilTtrent to the semitone abote
nnd Ixlon Hut note, to its octatesund,
in fait, to all oilier notes.
I'reciou s:tnnen Imported
The table of the precious stone- lion
c-tlv inqiorletl into the I'lnted Mutes is
betne-en 8,fK)i.l.OOO and .$!l,(KK),0Kl per
.liiiimi, anil it has been call ukittil that
gnus to half that sum ccupe pa)incnt of
thidiit) Home Jouiiul
Tlielolister I.i)s from 2 000 to 12,000
eggs, of which probably 1,000 are hatched.
Hubert Xelson has been nominated foi
ma) or of Chicago by the United I.alnn
VI VW to depend upon. Acker's Blood El
ixir lias been prescribed for years for all im
nJous, Byphllitlc or Mercurial diseases, it is
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finsi si ii pi ptgi
CivaehitU. tttwwPn Conch. I nciplent Conmm
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noi'f.ii on touNi.'
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"ItfirCII O.N ITCH."
"Rough on Itch" cures skin humors, erup
tions nn-? worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted
feet, chilblains, lich, ivv poison, barber's Itch.
50c Druggists or mail. K S. W ells, Jersey City,
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Corrects offensite odors at once. Complete
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garclefordlphlhcrij, sure tbroacfoulbreaUi. 50c
The stote moldcrsall oter thecountr) de
in mil the same ttai.es the) receited pnoi
to the cut of M.i), tsS4, and threaten ti
strike if their ilemind are not aeveded fo
in tt n ilajs.
nXV VXV-O-iVV Acker's Baby
Soother at hand. It is the only safo
medicine yet mado that will remove all
infantile disorder. It contains no Opium
or Mrj)7nne, but gives the child natural
cote from pain. Prico 2o cents. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and
Some tnentj Hungarians nho went south
from Ohio to ge-t work failed, and are now
in a destitute condition, trjing to get lioun.
1'tteuty more were left behind at Chat
tanooga. SII11.0H'S VITAI.17.i:it is what ton
need for consumption, Loss of Apietite'
Dizziness and all sjinptoius of I)jsiepsia
Price 10 and Tft e-ents jter bottle. For sale
by F. A. (.amood.
An oiganizatloii has been perfected 111
Ciiiciun ill to gite public entertainments to
illustrate the bent-Ids of ph-sical culti re
when combined with a common school edu
cation. SHll.OirS COl'dll and Consumption
Cure is sold li) F. A. t.arwoiKl on a guar
antee. It cures Consumption.
It is rumored that the hod) of the mur
derer and smei le, Iteaslet. of Piqiia, was
taken from its grate and shipped to a Cin
cinnati medical college.
Personal. Wonderful suevess. Hup
'"i!fcr for weak parts, set ere ache-,
Great sale of ltml at Itotk ISoltoin I'rlce
W'v. the liiidersigiietl trustees of Ceo.
Kious. U'liig diilj autliorietl by a deed of
Irust eteciitetl to lis b) (,eo. Kious and Me-
liudi Kious his wife, of llio couiitt of
Madi-on, township of U-nge, in the Stale
of Ohio, and with the consent and" agree-
intnt of thecnslitors oi the said Kiou,liate
reet'ited two parcels of real estate, contain
ing about tsctt-n Hundred ami SlXl) 7(i0l
aoie-s, heremafter de-sctflhsl. lob' sold at
piitalt'sale, in patceb or as a whole, to
suit pinchers the proceeds to Ik- applied in
the pajitientiif debts to the aforesaid end
ilors in their priori) t.
Tract No. 1 consists of about Si Hun
dred (li(Kl) acres located about li mile
east ot Loudon, the tsuaitt seat of Madison
count), Ohio, and aliout ii mil.- west of
.Mt. Mtrling. O, a litetoun on the Mid
land Uailrmd. and surrounded on three
siiles bj free turnpikes This is a tir)
fertile ineceoi land. tnt ible for gr.izim.
and f inning, or both, well walere-d; nil!
ditnle into s farms running to fret
turnpikes, and all hating giKNl water and
near school house's. Thb I ind has uearlt
all Uen eiiltitatesl, and is in a good state
of cultivation, and nt II drained with tile,
buildings f.iir. with a railroad building near
the farm, w nil station on the comer of the
farm This is arareopporttinit) for parties
wanting good homes in one of the best and
most fertile counties in Ohio, or for an) one
ttanting a large farm for grain or stock
ra sing, or both.
Tract No J is siiuatesl m Clark count),
Ohio. Ntttwn the Cit) of Springfield and
South Charhston, about ." miles from
Charleston and T miles from oprinclield
containing lili ("J-100 acres of land, known
at the Bennett farn. and formerly owned
b) lasuiard bjirague. This is a good farm,
all in grass. There could be 100 acres of
sod ground put in corn this spring; timber
enough on the fann for its own ue; within
three or four hundred j arils of a eikk!
sclKKil-house. ordiuar) il"llni'j;-liouseitli-in
'1 miles ot railroad station.
Title In lioth farms K-rfect. Our price
will be )our price if sold soon. We are
turned hmse without an) restrictions In the
sale. To be sold on eas) terms, or quite an
inducement, for cash. Possession git en at
once. An) information, either in iersoii
orb) insilchecrliill) gnen bt
Jons O. Atmov.
South Charleston, Clark county.Ohlo.
Or. I.. U. Kiot s.
Mt bterlinff. Madison count), Ohio,
Trustees of dco. Kious.
u hat Tin:
JO ABO! T IT IV
UVER,LUi.B & KIDNEYDI EASE
The eminent and celebrated Hr. Olessner
Im AaiJi-. c -DetrSirs "The first great
est successes I had with haskine ere in
chills and feter r a aria uenous debility,
rheumatism, djspepsia and liter dise.tses.
and I esinsldered t that time It was uudoubt
edly the best inedlclneeterdlscoteeed. but I
was eten then unfamiliar with the really noa
dertul potters In eurin,. all the other germ ills
eases and disorders, ptrtlcularly where th
blood had become dlsei sed or impoverished
ind tlieulgestionlmpaiiet Mrietlyspeaklng.
haskine Is the only blood puriner e hate. I
use It tery largely with unfailing success In all
diseases peculiar to nomen and children In
oter thiee hundred eases I hive cured there
has utter been the slightest bad elect follow
lug Its use. and It is far superior to any tonic
ornerttunedlcliieeterknowE to the medle.il
iro.sflon " tery truly yours
I. M liLissxta. JI J...
y East l-'Ist t.. New Vork
P of t . Y Hole mill ti ll . l h ist J.tli M .
V t ., date Prt f ill .N. t . J.ed I'ollee) writes
haskine Is superior to ..utnlue in Us specific
power, and neter produces the s'ighlest In
jury to the hearing orconstitutlon '
The I . s. Itamiiilug Mirgei 11 I)r I. K
H hlte. writes "Kaskine is the best medicine
st IrancisIlosplt.il .Sew torn ''Eteryiia
tient treated with haskine has been dis.
"ellevtie Hospital. t "l nltersally suc
cessful," st Joseph's Hospital. ) "Its use Is con
sldered Indispensable. It acts perfectly '
haskine Is ple-s-tct to take and can be used
without special medical counsel
tend for the grett book of testimonials tin
paralleled iu the history ot of inedliiine !1 a
bottle told by all druggists, or sent by mall
on receipt of prlie.
THE KASKINE CO M Varrent ..New ork
Boys' Suits. Children's Suits, Pants, etc. I am obliged to clear my counters to make
stock of Spring Clothing now ready for shipment, and I am offering Genuine Bargains
stock before packing away time comes. IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY NOW.
KrrJlMC 1-e-acwrd trrps1b, r wfc -fcr fron
lalrmltttM irllar t tic If avhld try
Thiaro(clklD0 oorabio- Iron with pore Tfir-tUMa
tmict?-, nd v intalu. le (or Dimaw-! pecolur to
mrD, and iiil'bolfsjtc!'M-lpaur7 liT-f- It jh n
lick nl Pnrlflet4 th llloml, -iintntair-4
th Apprlitr, Mrensihrtni t!-- .llurlet nd
ISrnrr in (rt. lh-troublj Int igorntr-.
It dtM iM-t llcki tht trtX cftDi-- hid:b-. yr
prudtirs Cniltlptina alt ttMrr trim mtdtetme iL
Mr rl-lABCTQ BrBD TI Fatr-rell Atp Wilwaa-
ke,VTuHHT under dMe f f Io Dwh. l-M
I hT nw-U Brown Iron lt.Uf rn, atvl it uah---n
suv than ta d irt-r to trm Uavnnc cured me of tho
wtukn-- Udrt-n hT8 in Ufa Alw cured nwj of I it
r CoroiJitot and now my ooropj!-n.tn ts el: avnu
fond. lit- tUeo bt-n tM-nedcial tn my children."
KttB. LnciPA O Braoix)-! Kirt I-ockr"tt. Y .
tars: "Ih-prt titf-r-d nntJd mf-err frt-m reraale
CtraplainU. and mult Uin relief from notiiufi
eicrpt Brown a Iron Bittern "
CenoiDehaV above Trad Mark and rrr-M-etl reel IioeS
on wrapper. Take no other. Mads onl; I jr
BKOWN CHEMICAL tO, It iL.TIMUUL.MU
BIck ne-datli and rdlere all the troabl-a Iccl
dent to a biiiooa auto of the tem, aach as Du
zlnesa, Kaaaea, Drowaice... llLtrcaa after eattag,
l'ala la the Side, Ac While their moat remark
able s jeeaat ha bra ihotrn in csrb;
nraach. jft Ctrtrr'i Little Llrtx IiJJs are jTin
r-Uuablo m Consi.pation, cnrinz nd prerenL'arf
bltftDnoylnf complaint, -trhIlQtl.fr lso correct
j'l d ordera vt tho itocucti, elimdlate the Jim
mdnalaie the bowels. Etch U they onl cuit4
Athe they would be tlmo.t pr'eelces to th- wao
-uff, r trum ih'a distrcLtisE complaint; bat form
islely their Rooanesa doee not ecd here, acd tbo-a
ro ones ay then will find thcas Utile pills la
atle In ao maiiTwaya tUtthcy wITlnot be wiUia
li tbetmne of m nanr lire that here '- -wb-re w
make oar grctX. bCaUt, Oar puis euro It wliie
Cirter Little Utct TZl ar tot -i---Jl --
Terr c.it o UVc. One rr two pills make a dw.
S a- -nn.li iri--rrhrr. eir tpnl Ktf ip.i.L
a, j Wa - --- - " - -V - - --'- J - '
JARTER MEIHraE CO-pirYnrt
J. & T. COUSINS'
The enf DEUblUZ enss ma''
The most ton.fortaUa a J djrabl
PerfecTiiiT fig trrmklcs. ..Easrasan
cJshoe...Alxras retain tho shape.
Will not tirc'tha feet n lonjUalks.
i'ade in 11 uidths a"J sues.
Look tn Eel. far lljoia J AUwu of
J. &. T. COUSINS,
ROUSE A PARSONS,
.Virtu. rorSprincfle.-l, O.
Hack ache, Rhenmatlam. Crick. Spralsa, Neural.
Bia. SUtchea. BeiaUem. Lame Bide or H1d. Kidner
Ainctloiia, Sc. Chrstorpaia in any -part.locaJ
ordeji-aeted.qulcX(rowheri a Hop Plaster
iiLisu--u. -ri-cp-tLTT-a -trom uur&waj- xiicn,
Canada Balaam and the medicinal virtaea ol ftia
Hopa. Acta instantlr, curca quIcUj-. The great
est atrenj-Urfnintf platr ever known. All ready
to apply. Sold by dTtyrpli-t and country rrtOTea,
25 eta . 8 for 11. OO Mailed for price. Froprle
-. k -utkOAjm Wit jxmu3at ja .
I CURE FITS!
WtK-n, I tn-j ntr I ta b l tn-a nw-irlr to atop them for
a UtBst (vnd ttactct tiT ttrm irturn fall. I tan a ral
(cat . I h bj1 tla use of FIT, EI I
LLfST or FAU-IVO -MCkMid a life loaf taty I
rftfTtr.t mf imslj- to rur ti: wrtrt ovms. tW4tM
-lttra ba fajUsl la na rravawm lor not imw rteelTlnc a
tr-li. lsVttsl 4,1 ooaf fe,r a tra.ti al Pirsj P- til e. atr
lt.rllftl -csftctr Ulf i-ipfr--- anl l'oIOS-. It cva.14 7
a-ftUac for a. I ut. o4 1 HI car yoo.
au--- n-. it. o. i.oot ii-srvkti st. Xs-wTtHk.
THE NEW DEPARTURE DRUMS
s lTiauo ftiin pairni atmo e aciint? ruus ana
roidtnir knee rest- lagM.
-.aatatantla and hand-ocic.
f Lted In the be; Itand-t anl
J Orchettrss. Ucequa ed for
j tone, surpass all others In
i finish and aDDcarance. If
n nearest Music dealer does
J cut keep them, write to us
for Illustrated Catalogue.
LYON HEALY, Chicago, III.
sIM'I.K RARIIKI, SHOT fil'V. 82.00
SIMII.K HUF.I.l'll UltDEII, 1.00
IMII'III.K ' " 10.00
l'rlee on other coods in proportion. '
PARKER.8MITH and OTHER CUNSi
errs BOIEII TO SHOOT CI.OK. I
IlluJlraled Calalocue and ITIce IJst sent Free.
J. C. BANDLE & SON. ZZ.
Options on Stocks &onds
kVXTS, CALL. ETC ASrKIAI.T. i
Intiiraiirc Ap;uini-t l---inM4 k Operation!
CircuhtMaud Informitlon on ppllc.ition.
Tlit lh-rj r -Mot k k Iinnu-' pculn
tfon, by Authur Crump Trice -- pinr. ptid.
Tthlef)f ctmtentH intlcd free Kery spt-cu
UtornhtrUld rcid and -ttmH thl Interestlnis
worK. ii. h. i.U2fiu-.ini,
CO Kxch.tn.e Place, New York,
X 0 M
73N ' -
J PILLS. Hi
CaWf OH1JM 1
OVERCOATS, MENS SUITS
m m-MIm r
ro-sTal .Notice of Special Eleothn.
A resolution calling a special election of the
elector ol the ttty of fcnriiii-fleM. on the
question of a police court .ind on theque
tlon f theitsuliuof market house bondt
KetolTed.l.y the city couneil of the city of
lirlni:tteM.Ot)lo, Th it a ij-ecl il election be.
.ind the name tt hereh tiled to he held on
-Monday, the Tth day of March. A. 1 . lv$7.
between tlieh'tUMoftocl--ck,a in and6oc!ock
P. m .at thetHtial pIiuerof holdlni; elecitans
in the several u irds and preciiHt-iof said cit j,
and the qualified elettors . said city are
hereby uolinVd to meet on !jU day between
said huurt at their se.eral pi ic h of holding
elettiiiiis In their re-pe..".e wards or pre-ciu-tt.and
then and there pn-teed to vote on
the question of the election of a police judge,
pruMrtMitltigattoroe) of the police court and
clerk of the po'ice c urt. provided forlnau
act of the general a4temhly of Uhtn. entitltd.
"An act to '.mend Hettluii 1707, section 17V5. k
aiut'iHieu rturu.tr . !-. setiiuu isih aim ,
1h, as niiieuded April fi. lvw, andseitlDiis lsl
aim IM-, o( tne revised stitutes 01 Uhlo.
pasrl tebruair) 1(. 1-H7 And the electors who
lator the election of such offlcers. shall have
written or printed on their ballots tne words,
IVUce Court es," and theelectorsnhoop
pose tlie election of such officer, shall hie
t ntteu or printed on tlielr ballots thewords,
"l'ollce lourt No "
And the quillflrd electors of .said city are
hereby further notified to meet on s,itd day be
tveenaid hour, at their uu.il places of
held in,: elections in tluir respective wards or
prtcincts, and then .ind there proceed to tote
on the question of the Issuing of the bonds of
said cit j lor the purpose of erecting a market
lHHj-eatidcit offices, and of procuring the
necessary real estate as a site therefor and
approaches thereto, snd fornnrket space, not
e 'eedlt..: one hundred and fifty thouand dol
1 irs. in denominations not less than five nun
dred dollars, pjyade at- any time within forty
jears from the date of their issue, at a rate of
interest not exceeding six per cent, per an
nuin.pajible semi annuill. as provided In
an act of thegeneralastmblyof Ohto.entltled
u tic t tt. authorize the council of cities ..I
the second diss, third grade, to Issue bnds
for the purpo-e of erecting a market house
and it j offices, and of procuring the neces-ta-ry
re.il estate as a site therefor and approaches
thereto audformirket spice, or any one or
more of tht 111, pasted February Inn, 17
nd the electors who fivor the Issuing of
si d bonds. shall have written or printed on
their ballots the words. "Market House llr.d
es and those who oppose the Issuing of
stid bonds, sh ill hive written or printed on
ttieirballots the words. "Market House Hon. Is
AM ballots sh ill conform to the provisions of
section Jl-ls of the revised statutes of Ohio, so
far as the same are applicable, and the judges
and clerks of said election shall be constitut
ed and chosen and sworn and qualified as pro
vided tj tiw for a regular annuil municipal
election in "aid ctty.and shall each receive for
Ids services at slid special election as such
jude-ir e'erk, the sum of two dollars out of
the general expense fund of the city.
Keturns of said special election shall be1
made to the clerk of said city, ana he shall. In
the prest nceof the major, in tie absence of
the mayor, in the presence of a justice of the
pence, f the counts, ouen and make an ab-
struct of ald returns and c rtlly to council
at its ursi regular meeting alter siia election
the rsuits tf said election upon the questions
submitted at said special elettlon. and the
clerk of said city Is hereby directed to provide
the necessary ballot boxts poll books and tally
sheets f'rsid election, and ss.Id speclilelec
ti n sh ill in all matter-, not herein of erwlse
p videdforbt gtiverned.sofaraspracticaMe.
li- il e provlslorsof the law governing regulir
a 11 muniripji elections in this city
Hit sum of two hundred dollars is hereby set
ashb nut of the neneral exiense fund of said
cits li pav the expenses itf sild special elec
tion aud the tlt clerk Is hereto directed to
nave this resolution published for ten consee
utivedtysin two newspapers published, and
01 aieneni circulation in mis city.
l'assed reLruarrd Is-7
U TlltlMS. l'resident
Atiesr 1 mi -.ti tkk.t ityllerk -I-as
! lit'il.irin -It neees.arr t nuke a nubile Im
protemeut by erectinjra market liousean
' city otrices, .mil proeurlnc the necevr re.il
estate as a site therefor and approaehes
thereto, am: lonnarxe spice.
I l!esol-e. he theelty council of the cltv
Sprtni:llelil.(ililo, rint It Is necessary. anit
mat 11 isiiiieiioeu 10 nnac a pucuic improve
ment bj erectiinra market lioueaml lty oftl
e.s ami procuring the neeessiry real etate
as a site therefor, and approaches thereto,
for 10 erket space
The necessary real estate to be procured for
said purposes. Is ltuatedIntheblock liounded
by Market spate. Hull. Center and Washing
ton streets, in said city, and Is bounded and
descrlliedas follows Ontheeast.by thewest
line of Market space, on the north, bya line
parallel to. and eiithty four and a halt feet
south of the south line of IIii:li street, on the
west. b the east line of Center street, and on
thesouthbyalinep-irallel to. and onehund
red and fifty feet south of the north boun
clary line aboee described
aldma.ket house and city oftlees to be
erected In the center of Slid real estate, and
soas to leave two strlpsof said real estate fifty
feet in width, and extending from Market
space to Center street, one on the north and
the other on the -outh side n" said Market
houie and cltv offices, for market space
The city clerk Is hereby directed to publish
this resolution for two consecutive weeks ina
newspatwr published and of general circula
tion In the corporation,
raised February 2M, IsT.
W s THOMAS. President
Attest J. S Shs iltse. City Clerk, 4nam
W. L. DOUGLAS
Tho leading t3- Shoe
of tho world. Madeortti-
ht matrrtal, perft-ct fit and
tuperior to sho n-mally sold
-.or so ann . r - cry
pair war "lated Cor
tkrrM. Button & Lace.
The KTeat dt iu iml for this shoe has ben a saflV
dent ctiaracteeoflts ttllabllity ; to make tbe pnb
lcctl.l bettera.iti'-lled.we Lave made tnch Improve
mfnuilitttiirrcai be no qan-ilnntooarcialmof
cis'-inc theWt 1-S s.- m th xrnrht
W. L. DOUGLAS $ltJiO SHOE.
for Stnlttmen ltn-icii. -a tU otlom ol ielrclea
toc. ac 1 e.jonl If not urM-rlir. to the 3boet
adv rtl-ied by otber flrms- We Invite aperaonal
if-tvct.on and cmnpsrl-'on before parch aslar.
Si MIOi: afOU IIO. -smme stylet at the
il - a. - i u..lnl1u .. nln.tantlllll' m,,1.tllth
ts aU T. "L.l s71U.il J Mil rmraiaiin.ii; - -,,.-i --
' and nticqualled an a school shoe. K any of the
i above cau ot be hid at yourdealer's.pend addreat
' postal to V.L DouKias. Brockton, Mass.
PAXSON &L WELLAND
.No. ! Kast ?Inln Street, sprii,ctielil, O.
1 SISCLE TII1L tea
GERMAN ASTHMA CURE 'v'.'L
rao-t violent atu k uu-urrs roaiioruMe wt-p
effecta cures where all mher nmcdjea faiL
-o -nrRitinaT lor rrait. im an nn ta
Immrdiai-. dirr-rt nnti cciinin, and at
It psfrma&caujr bbtm dm. Ecrcr to bm at aaj dm,"
But B. Lmtt St f-ka Jtiam.
'I a-ti ratirtlj mWred to Lcalta r Cs-noava ataaa
Car " Th rrt. UmiU. Oat.
Oraitvi Aatama Car la aS ! laltra fwr It. It a-rac
rail. frmf K r i..friift. WimnU 3 C
My phjaisTttaati-eomeatflct Qraa aithaia Cars. It
er-4 r Mr M L. Tttnk, Ln4dtrn OAm
ffca-U U ilUvr UtU alfc lak aaj -Ina-ibc
(.frmnn -lath ma Cure la soM by all drnr
of price. 1 rial irkare frrr to any addrena for
taUtiD'H-.taa 9itor hens u nnuoa receii
iL-iiiiiiai'. a if., Pbiiiii,--ii
CLAUi:.nOT COLO.XV t
CaLAHi:illT COLO.W s
fl.4UI.JIO r tOLOY!
tl.AHKUinr fOI.O t
(XAUt:.nOT COLO.NV !
Anew IloUse"er-r ledTsln tbe last years. Onj
TllUae.only Si moiitha old. baa i stores. Z boul.
S churches, 7hoI, ne f paper, tactory. foundry, 4
st'-imboau, It trains aud t wait dailT. lana rapidly
ad. artiLp, Scud. eud. send by aUl nieauts, send
tor clrcuUrs with 4 tasps.-M 1 notoeraphic cuts ot
hones, all about tbe -aondertal erowth ot oar col
ony.it i t-uli.cllinate.raarkeu.basinexs opportanltlef,
bcaltb, prices, terms, and M other distinct sabjecta.
Farm iW li) on monthly in t ailments to tboaa
r.a'clnKe-i-P--'tne-ni whheut teaTlnK their sltnatlan.
Adiireas J. F. M A tlVA-ClaxemoritJitirry Co., W
tr. i'lerce a Cinvtt DiM-OTerr. Tbouaanaa et pauntl
tltS.pA-Ui.CAuX. 304-N 4Utna.X0ViaMD
X P one
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS,
CHILDREN'S KNEE IT SUITS
AND NOVELTIES IN
CHILDREN'S TOP AND OVERCOATS.
Perfect Beauties. See them before you buy. Finest line of
Children's Goods ever shown in this city.
BRUCE, HAUK & GO.
I ROM ROOFIHG
5hpie? - HSJ 12 - M
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t. -. -- -"a
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purest materials obtainable. They have a larger sale thaa any-other painU made in
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they will do more and bettsr work for the tame amount of money, owing to their won
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to reduce my Winter
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