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A BOOM AT HOME. EIGHT SPECIAL
Ijnilc-. I mlressttl (ituigala, button, sues
'i toT, worth STiV
Ladies' fine Matt Top button, sizes 2
toO. worth SiOO.
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.irhf mures, markets complete Replete
with nes and miscellany. II V" "r
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HUR$0Y EVEWNG. PR1L 7. 1887
Totla) (Apnl 7) Canton dedicate- a new
hicb school bouse.
We are to ba tne new and fast mer
icaii ship of war.
Ia-t the Huckeieclub. audits I acondi
annex, be quietli boomed.
'1 lie saloon of Iaimlon Ohio, are to be
dosed at the mandate oftheclt council.
Chicaco Knichts declare tlrtt the red tla
fellows shall 110 lonp-r tw toleratol b
l'oliticaldemacotttie. everjwhere. luuld
take wanilnc fnnn the fateof tin irC!mao
representatne and quit moiikejini: with
the socialists and anarchists.
The "Iohr and short haul" sections of
the luter-statr commerce law hae been
temporaril t aside at the request of
southern transportation companies.
The Cincinnati 7 Iwo-Sbii cliaracteries
"option blauks" a a "new name for Iotterj
tickets." Certain blanks and blanket
b:ank blanks would better descnlie them
A fine bronze figure of Albert Sldnet
Johnston, the great confederate general.
was unieiled at N'ett Orleans. WednesJa.
and Jeff Davis gatea biographical sketch of
the reneral. A letter of ncret from the
president was read.
The tViignpiiiiuiial tcunl is the title
of a neat magazine of sixteen pages, edited
b) lWv. G James Jones, of Mart i Hie, O
Mr. Charles S. Ogden lieme the business
manager. It proves itself to lie a 1 er) good
and interesting organ for Ohio Congrega
tionallsts. and as tLe price is onl) 50 cents
a ear. it ought to hate a large and patim:
Hie new major of Chicago Mr. John
A. Uoche is an old acquaintance of Mr.
Martin I Kice. of this citt. Of hint tin
Clinton (Mass.) Cmirr. published at Mr
It ice's old home, sa)s :
Clinton has the honor of furnishing a
candidate for major of Chicago John .
Hoche of that cit) being the republican
nominee for this othce. Mr. Knche is a sou
of the late William Hnebe. of Clinton, and
a brother of JatneT. lrbche, of Worcester,
and Dr. T K. Iloche. of tld town, and is
4; earsofai:e. he It ft Clinton m lsT.s
His wife Miss Kiiiuia Howanl will also
be remembered b the )oung people ot
ttvent) -fit e ears aco.
"alubria,the old home of the lite Itet
Thomas A Morris. D I), oncn Himr
bishop of the Methotlist l piscopa! cherch
nf Atnenca. is gone and on its site Ls being
erected an 1n1111en.se tit -tort warehouse,
for the storing of haneMers Mr. A inns
Whitele) Is the man who has ttroueht tins
cJiange, but as the beaut) and glor) of
"salubria" w ere cit en It b) its honored oc
cupant, and as he his gone to a better
world, it was quite projier that "Saluhna"
should follow liin.. The machine shop has
the "bulge" 111 bpringtield. It reaches out
In all directions and driie all before it
linn, Chiunce) M. Deiew, president of
the New ork Central and Lake Shore ss.
tern, speaks, as IhMiih, of the relation of the
inter-state cninmeri e lilt to the exchange
nf courtesies between railua)s and newspa
pers: The Inter-state coiiunerce bill, as I under
stand the law. was made to regulate iutir
state etniiinerce and not state coiiunerce
It does not interfere with our tiling trans
portation to a member of the legislature or
an editor In this state. New spapers and ,
railroads should be on good terms, and we
cannot expect a newspaper to adtertise us
unless we pay them 111 cash or t rails pulia
tion, and the law neier intended us to tin
otherwise. Mill we are glad to haie a
chance to shut dun 11 oil the habit of giiiuc
pissns to Tom. Dick and llarrt out of pure
etmrtes), and not for good cause. It new
paiers jiass railroads I guess wt 11 bate to
New York newspajiers will now speak of
Mr. Dejiett as the "sensible and gentleman
It president of the CentraL"
It is now unlawful for an) mlna) enr
oration engaced in interstate transporta
tion of passencers or freight
To mike unjust or unreaviiiible chirgc-
lu give preterences or make discnuiina
turns by "an) special rate, rebate, draw
back or other deuce."
To demand a greater cross charce for a
short than a long haul of tieuht or pissen
Ecrs oter the simeline "under siibstantialli
similar circumstances "
To enter into oollnc ajrevmeiits w ith
To erant free passes to an) persons but
railroad ollicers and cniploes
Kiery compiu) I required to make its
rates public and to adhere strict!) to tin m
while the) remain In force.
These are proper protlsion Ksjiecial!)
slimild the dead-head nuisance be squelched
bv enactment, and enforced. Hailroad
companies cannot afford bi gite something
for nothing neither can new spapers. The
inter-state commerce law does not prott
newspapers, howeter, but the) are in icrt
good condition to protect theiiiseltes.
CHEAP! CHEAPER! CHEAPEST!
THE ARCADE SHOE STORE IS TODAY GIVING BETTER BARGAINS
In Boots, Shoes and Slippers than any cheap sale ever offered in this city. They are selling off a few lines and odd lots at 50c on the dollar. Their new, clean spring goods now coming in at the rate of fifty to one hundred cases a day, they
will retail at wholesale prices. They are the only dealers who ever attempted, in this city, to retail Boots and Shoes at wholesale prices. They are the only parties who have a trade that will justify them in retailing at wholesale prices. They
are the only parties from this city who go into the market as jobbers, and buy at figures that they can retail at wholesale prices, they are the only parties who have had twenty years' experience in the jobbing and manufacturing of Btots and
Shoes. They are the only dealers who sell at one price and mark their goods in plain figures. It will pay you to visit their store.
I.iulk-s line KM button, sires to T,
worth - Mi.
Misses o'lnuiH-KM. -nrins-htvl uoikisl
button hole. sizes 11 to 2 wortli .!.
Manj pr nctieM frit mis of the I Inn
llinni Illtchrink, of the tinu of llltcli
eock Dirlim; ,V to proprietor, of tin
Fifth Alt-nut- Hotel. New ork, will 1m
Mirrj to hear of the ileath of hi-wife. Mr.
Mar Mijinnl llitcboKk. a noble .mi
lueenl womui uliu has litt'll in thlxity
and lias friend-, lit re. Mrs Iliti bcock dieil
In New ork tin Kritli, Mart li iMIi he
was aM-.br of Col II II Majnanl, of
V.1liinctoii Court House, Ohio, and Mr.
HUilioxk and he liutt our shut re and
heartfelt vinpallij in tlmr irrep irable
loss Mrs. llitihcoeks list word, thrice
repeited. wa- "llest, 11M, ret " We 11ml
a most toiicliiui: and just tribute to the de
ceased in the llinour i. II I tin tlti of
pnl i, ami ipiole fnmi it 11 follows
To those whose pruilece it was to know
Mrs. Hitchcock well, tin- thouuht has a
iltvii icnilicance. Huh, titifailini; i-pira
turns wrc as ninth a pin ot lier -0111
birthright as praciou-ne-s w a-, the dowt r of
berpre-nce None tint the few statiiliin;
whollj within the rvs.ru" whiclt -oolten
enwrap a enit imt gentle neirt roum
know in it Julm-. the
her liurnCM?. Hut no
in ii h ami s mf of I
till of line n-sertel
could coiuval her nature llartlj does a
nature so plain!) declare Itself ill
outward tonus It was written on that .
open ami tranquil brow it wis nad in those
clear and steadfast ej t-. the home of truth
How does the t erj pre-eut e of onesiith.hls tarin east 01 town nils spnin, (
stniiirtbeii anil retiisb' T lose w 10 met
heronit In the onlnnrt intercourse of s,w
clallife.no less than thost w ho in suffer
ing or need rectitetl the luiuistritioiis of
her constant, unostentatious s) mpitht ami
chantt. claim with deirtr and nearer
fni nds the pritllegesof rt uiembnni e and
the ncht to gratitude. The nier that mils
w ith such state!) strencth is fed bt liidden
We wholiaie knonti and lot tsl her in
Hanottr :its:l no hand to write out for us
lit r wortli, or to tell us nur Inss Nosfnrt
of her kindliness ortlnril) would surprise
us, no written word can uttt r our thought.
Village and hurch and home hue Inst
something of their best.
Sprmglieltl lien b 'en es notice on all
I the world tint, at the same time that she is
niiiiing right alone, as umi-i!. and i putting
1 up factories, business blinks and pntato
1 houses, and is colne to tin it some more"
I and on a largi r scale, this coming summer,
I she cannot gne work tonut of the thou
sands of men who are forsiking tle.nl
towns tn find employment in Illriniiigliain,
Kindla), Lima, ispringueld and other
bonnier. We would be ghd if such were
the case, but it is not. We hate more thin
enough men here now to do the work that
is now in hand, and shill lute enough to'
do all that is to be dune further along in the
business season- for we beliete tint :t 1
the polic) of Sprlngbeld lmnufacturers. I
businessmen and contrictors to git e what
work they hate at their disposal to such of
our onncitizens as are out of emplo) nient.
We impose to take care of our own
workingineii hrst. and then If tteiieetl more
heln we will adi, rlie for iL I'lieuiiiloied
tieople who Hock in here for work liecatise
:, . .
the) liate learned that the tit has mini-
talning its usinl rate of progress, must
come on their own resiwnsibilit). 1'erstm
of means who wish to lite In a pjbhe-
spirlted. progressite cit). with tirst-cla'
educational Institution such as colleges.
seminaries, newspapeis, etc. and a model '
mi)tir and Hilite cnurt should come here.
bit) or build houses, and spepil theirinone)
The) will laid plentt of people to take it
and the) will hud pnngfie!d the finest and ,
most comfortable town to Inn in. in nier-,
The O'ltn s(,ite Journal, of Fhurstli),
spejksof mil recent electinn, is follows
The ephemeral nature of the -tn-alled
lalmr pirt) niiiteinent. notwithstanding tl
big show in New titk last fall and 111 Cin
cinnatl tins spr.ng. is shown b) the recent
result in Simncheld Onl) a tear ago the
lion partisan labor ticket swept the it) hi
majorities ranging troni l.oou to l.VKl
Mtuida) the lejiuii'iians earritsl tin til),
electing their t utile licktt, although the
'non-pirtisaiis' had pliced at the henl of
their ticket for mi) or. Mr. r M. Higin.
one of the most mpu!ar lining men in
ispringheld. and the repuhliian nominee.
Mr. O i Ktll) w is openl). iltlmiih tin
pnqierli t h irmsl is Is-ing in f nil si mp itbt
with the Wliilelt t ti irtareupniithe Knights
The nnii-partisin iiiintiiieut here cannot
lie prnperl) i-allel a "labor mini mint. It
was a unnii of the d-inm ritit -m heincrs,
who distrusted the strength of their nun
cause with a few ptrsnnall) ainbiiwiis pro
hibitionists who hiqied to slip mtn nilice bt
accident, and certain norkiiignit 11 tthu hid
a grievance and were so unf in is in trt to
hold the republican pirt) tesimusib'efnr it
Vs to Mr. Kelli. he not mil) niadi nn tin
fare e-n the Knights nt Iibnrbut il isa lad
tint lie has hundred of them mm in hi
emplo) and retenei! the totes of mini nt
tin in at the late elei turn
lb n- is a pingraph. Imin the 1 olumbus
JIisjkiIcJi, which will lie of interest here, as
the Judge Kngtrs wbotrlisl Kissam-. was
' the late. lmUe Willinn . lbuers. ot this
lit), who held high rank as a lawitr .ind a
man, and who built the house iir which Mr
Thnlllls shirie linn lilt s. nil tast Ilttnll
1 It has unw been sotltsl that the I111111
1111 ler which Milium Kissane. the mdeil
itorgtr. is unit sadim:. is Willi 1111 K. Hog
ers. His taking tint mine suggests ,t rem
1 iiiist ente that ma) accsmnt for his choite ol
a ii'ini U ilttiut. When Kissane was tried
for former) m Iaflianon, Ohio. Ins iasr at
1 tractetl a ere it 1It.1l of ittintion I In
lmltt who triesl the cim, iu, W illnin
lingers, and it was from linn tint the ctle
brattsi eriniiuil tirst heanl the words tint
I prououncetl him a felon Hut the seuteutt
idle! him no good Kissane, who hid beiu
I taken to Lebanon onathnut of itnue
juninsl from the car window 011 the wa) to
the I iiiiiniiati jiil Ibis tirst coniictinn of
his. ami the knowledge that Judge lingers
is long suns? deid. mat Inte induissl him
to take tLe uiinensaniiiuiie'ii oration of tilt
Tlif tiilliittmi: tiiprars in the
ciiliiuiiis of the Cmciiiinli ' ' ""
nf, nf Tliurstlaj
The statement telegrni' tsl
trj jestenlat, iirijiiiitiiii; in
M i th IOI1I1
Wasln mi, in
ot i it i
that Mr. Ilalsteul. of th u
-tft, liail reoeittsl a letter fnnn
Hi ni. etlitor of the .i ii 1 ml.
.itnuit ltlame ami ' rinan as tiresiileiitlal
eaiulitUtes, is uiitrnt dlttwttlier. Tlicre lias
lieen nn tin resimiiilenrt resembling etcn
remiitelj that reiirte,L i. 11
1 lie statement was to the effect that Mr.
Ileul liail ttitlitlrattn Blaine from tlieein
tas .mil would uiMrt blieriuan.
I vtwii. April . IJiiinor lu-iit that
li-ac Netr ha )oui;lit a well iiuprmed
uftj acre f inn near the outskirts of lam-
.1..,. M i,li.i.... . ..nut, f.,i fill OOo Mr W
,t,.l. ! till I llltll. I ,..r. . ...-...- ......
II silwrsand Mis, l.idi M.Imii w.reipii
etl nnrncil Kst wek it the residcmeof
Mr Isrul Kxerliart. We. with a host of
frit nds, w ish them a loin:, prospt rou and
lojous marrieil lite. Mr W. intends to
soon Co south. prosiHttliiK. W'e Iioh- 1m
will lonclude to r iinin In re Iile Nivr
is now quite sick with niiashs 'I he ills
ne i llkelj to Nconie i pidtinic in our
township 'Dick" llodtr was - till
agricultural ilinvtorthis township Iuesda
.1 u-ob m Ituiinrinliiir is buildiuc 1
picket fi nee with win- -Hid the I.uitki
feme mirliine 1 liuiiu-irdi 1 r. ot
it 11111 Kouis. sjH-nt s.umlij in the til
lae Jtcob V. Cartnit II. ot prinirliild.
paid his old fritmls a tisit ilettioutlaj
Wm. C Human united into the KoN-rt
llitkej hoiiel st wink I ten Mump ami
his mother 1111I 1). W latbhirt, inoieil
iqi-snirs in the Tliom is Mtrtin houe
riie fom t rt lit the Jounc people of the M
h tliurc'i will lie iriveu Kritlat etenimrof
tills ttetk Kei.lt II. Keiimslj preiihetl
a strim.: sermon "sundit l-vst ilium spiritual
isiu. Inlourwetks from lit Mini! i lie
will preach a sermon lor me out toiks 01
the lownsuip. Hie sinsinK. tic, win ik-oi
the old stjle .lime W. Mu ke is at
work at carpenterinc in yriuirlield
.Hmes Castello will build n new house upon
1 nouns luintan si , m ni iu tVlik
and farmliiB linplt ments Wnlnesilt).
willsliortl) mote to Mechmicshue, ttliere
he ha ImiiRht or will but pronert)
About the mi! exciti itient titer the elec
tion. 'Iue-da), was atietotobctween Tim
W. Hull) in and .1. M. Uuh)an. candldttes
for township tnistee In eastim; lots for it,
the plum fell to.I. M. Ituu)aii. 'Hit re was
1 ter) light tote iKilletl on account of there
Klin, so little strife for the seteral ortices.
1111t Kitie l;uii)au. wife of Ceorte
ltuman. sen . is quite sick it this time.
Some hue feirs tint she 1111) neit r re
Acker's Baby I
Soother at hand. It is tun only safo
medicine, yet dado that will remove all I
Infantile disorders. It contains no Opiun
or Jlorplnne, but fjlves the child natural
tcte J rum pain. I'nco o cents, bold by
Knnk II. Coblentz, corner Market and
SALE OF BUILDINC LOTS.
Tliursttai, An II
U-Tliirtj-Tlnee I I10I. .
K. (1. Dial, as guardian of Cora K. and
John (I. Ilils, will scl' at public sale, on
Thurstli), April 14, at "J o'clock p. in ,
thirt)-three choice building lots, on the
premises dirvoll) opine-ite the stnvt car
stable. Set en of these lots are on ellow
Springs street, balameon l'atton street. A
hue opportunit) for workingineii. Iaitsare
all in immediate neighborhood of Ktans
Manufacturing Co.. Hanika Iron Fence Co ,
tpringlield Manufacturing Co , etc
Term of Sale. One-third cash on de
Iiicrt of deed, one-third In one ear, om
third in two )ears, set ureil b) lnorteage.
per cent. Interest on deferred pi) ments.
' Ti 11 dollars cash on da) of sale.
, J tills Fni n. Auctioneer.
K. (!. A dm. h. Ill tt, Attonie)s.
Senator Dal)'s bill, appropriating SVH),-
10 for the luiproteuient of the cainlsof
t New York state, became a law without the
1 got ernor's signature.
with pain" is the tad crv of mant a victiir
nf rheumatism or ncuralgi 1. and fri-quentli
other tliscises, Mich as knlnei and lit x
cninjilaints, are directly tru-eahle to rht 11
matism or neuralgia. These diseaM for
some unexplainable reisoti, arc rapnlli 111-cn-asing
and in nnny instances are the
direct cause of much Mckness winch w
Indc-s its real origin as to It mistaken fur
ctherdiseascs. In curing rheumatism, tic 11
nilgia, sick headache, and in many cases ol
knlnei and liter troubles, Athlophoro has
wrought wonders. Those who have iisttl
it are best quilifiecl to sjieak ot its ment
Sild Mrs. "smith, of Washington, C. II
Ohio, to the writer: "You can ms; I Inn
ln a grcit sufferer frwn neuralgia, bt
which I have lost the ti'e of my left et e. I
w as recomnit nded touse Atlilophurcx.w Inch
1 tlnl hilc it has not restored mi tie
tight it Ins rid nieof thcnturalgia. I liavt
iisesl only twobottles It liasdonewoinKrs
for me, and 1, as a long MifTerer from m u
nlgia, would advise antonc suffering from
the Kame to use Athlophonis
Mrs Flla Smith, CI North Foster sires 1
'pnngfield, Ohio, savs; ' I did have rht 11
malisinandvervbadli, but not since I u-sl
ililophnns It w is almost lniraculousthc
w 11 Ihenietlicinetlrovethe iliscasefrom nn
system I lnd emit takeuafew dose-Wlnie
ltseemctl to grasp and master the ilise-ise
It actetl so quickly I was almost afraid In
ctiitinue with the medicine. I did, how
ett r, by reducing the dose. Smeetliat tunc
1 have lietn perfectly well and free from
rlieiimilisin. 1 oniy umsI a iiilflattlc rttail
lit until I considered 1111 self cured; thtn 1
tnnk a tlose occasionally to make iiuhIi
d uiblr mire that it would not return
Kvcri drucgit should keen Athloihiiro
ind itiilopliorusI'ills,buttiiitrethei t a.
not be Isiujht of the dniggist the Vtlilo-phoro-
CO , 112 Wall M , -New York, will
M.11J cither (carnage piid on reecipi if
rtular price, which is JI 00 i-er ldt!c
1 r Vthloplioros and "0i for I'lll"
For liver an 1 kidnei dioaci. dyrs?"U in
ilus-tim weakness nrvnu dtlilit) ilisttwi
of itojitn isisiiiil in tirjilacht iin ure
blood. ,Cc, tthloibon lilb arc untsnialtsl
4 QUESTION ABO UZ
Tb qoertlon bju prohably teen uked tbouMndi
f thnis"Hw cn Brmtn'ii Iroo Brttn cure tso
junc wctU. it d Msflnt Rat it dmsicareanrdutMiw
f it Which ft rvpaUlile phjrvioun would preecnbgimi
TDjsiciftna ntoofnix Irn as toe twM ttortivt
Rent known to th prolVwioo, and inqairj of a.
adiuc chemical firm will ialantiat UMaMrrtui.
twt tlwre are montprrparithvu of iron than of nry
stb-r patMtA&c! ued id mwlici&r) Thie shows con
lusirolf that iron l acknowldjrd to be the nvi
ni(onautlactinracsmfaIntMdivAipractU- It ls
mt ft mnarkable fact, that nrvtrtothe Atnev
f ttisf actory iron ctcnbtnattoa had tw been found
BROWN'S IRON BinERSfctS:
.toodsche orpmdaeeconsttpittfcm nllolbrnrnit
-it illrlnntda.llKOU N sIUOMIlTTI' its
!))e.i. .Malarln, mill find Ferers
Tirrd Frrlinct.rnrral llrbilltr.PfilB intb.
ila-tur all Ihem ulnrau Inn U prnrribtid ddj
mhiiits Ii"'l rther thomoirli nitslicirHsc It cl
.1 tAb-n tski It . tin Unit urmrsMKn ol
-ii-lil tsraAe4etierKy TbemDsclestbtmbfsssu
trmsr th.dutnliiniimpmres the bnel. i x-tlTe
In .. Jliewleet is asajjl, mor rapid snd rnsrVM
Th. nn bisjin a on to LrUhten th .kin rl.nr
n f ne<liT c,4 jr onmes ti t he chtwilts nerrunrae-.
diupiiesrs, f anrtlonil drti(ements lieeomo nii
w nJ,li.ln"sinir mithrT .ImndsQt nsttintnis
g .api'Iied for tl,. rhil 1 RemeralT Brown'. Ir.c
Hitters nth. (Il. trim mislicino tht is n lu
nrwjs yrifi.j. nW JrMwfTtmmil it
Vltm fienidM hss Trsde M.rlt snd nnvma nsl line
oaimcMr TiKK M) (ITIItlt.
NO. 53 WEST
MOliV Or' I'ONTVI.
md iirm rj
I wis atteibil with kidntj
For tle jt-irs '
ftr trvnu ill the dm tors
... J. J I. 1 .
m.iliiims 1 ,onI,l heir of I us.d two l,t
nd I uu ptrftvtl inml I kttp it
Kespttttullj, It K HtMjth siulsburt
Ti mi , Mij . Iss.
Hi. tin iii.ii l'i Mt) s 1-s-,
It htscuretl ineol s( i, ral tlist ases siu li
is ntrtousiitss. sitkness it the tiiuiich
1 uitintlil trouble, lie I hit e not s,,n -1
sit k tli ill ttars. sim e I took Hop llitti rs
ll in in ulilmrs us,, tin-in
Mi.s h iwn ti 1 1
siini rtn u, Mass , I in 1", lssi,
I h lit Imxi it rt sick otr two tt irs
'1 he all irite me up as p 1st t ure 1 tried
the Itio-t sklllllll pll)sli nns but tint did
not mill the worst pirt I he liiiis and
-iml hi trt would hit up en r iiinlit md
tllstress nn and nit throit was tirt lid
1 told nit thiliiren 1 sbimld ntttr die 111
pen e till I had tried Hop llittt rs W lit 11
I lnd taken two hottltstliet he! ttlme ttr)
mm h iuibt'd W In 11 I li id tiki 11 two mort
lmttles I wis will I litre was a lot of sick
folks lure wlio lnte s,s n how tin) mred
me, and tilt) n-ed tin in ami wire inrisl
and feel as thinkful is I In Hi it tin rt is so
taluible 1 ineilieine made
Miss .li 1 1 1 (, I I slllM,
"A tour of huroie tint tost me otio.
"done less giKnl thin one bottle nf Hop
"Hitters the) also cures! 1111 wite of hf
"tis'ii ttars nertous weikness, sleipless
"iiessa'iild)sptpsii " Mr II M Vubiirn,
We are mi thmktul to si) tint nur nurs
lug bib) was n rm nieiitl) t uretl ofailin
gt rims and pnitntteti innntipition md
irrtgulant) of the IhiihIs b) the Use of
Ilnp Hiittrs b) its nursing motliir. wl n li
at the sime tune retorMi ner to n 1 in 1 j
lit altli and strength - Hie Parents, K.w li
e-tcr, N. 1
ci Inheittby or Inictlte kidneys 1 mse
gruel, bright s dls, ise. rheumatism md 1
horde of other strlous md fitil dist ises
tthlcli can he pretented with Hop Hitters if.
taken In time
"l.tiddlngton Mich, lebruiry -' Isl-1
li ive sold llop Hitters tor tt n years, md there
is 110 intdltiue th it 1 quils them for lullious
atticks kidney t implalnts z sii diseiscs
Incident t) this milanil dim ite
II T ti HIM SK
Monroe. Mich eiit ii. lsS -sir luve
been taking II qi Hitters for lull munition 'of
kidneys and hi it ler It bis dune fir me
"wb it four physician falltd to do curtd me
Theeltect of the Hlttt rs tfmnl lUe magic to
me w. I. 1 AKTr-R.
l,i.T i our Hop Hitters hive tieen ot gre-it
1 Mue 1 1 me 1 it is laid up with typhoid lever
for oter two months, and c mid get 110 rebel
until I tritd your Hop Hitters lo those u(
feting from debility, or my one fu feetile.
health. I cordially recommend them
J I .sfiiltZll,
it! Fulton t Chicago III
CVS I0U ANsWKIt this:
Is there a person lit ing w h 1 1 ierm a cise
of ic,ue. bllliousiiess. nertousness neunlgla.
or any disease of the stoiiiicti.llitror kidneys
tint flop Hitters will not curt
"My inntht r says Hop Hitters Is the only
thing tint will ketp her from seiere atticks
of panlysis and headache Ld Oswego sun
"My little, sickly, puny biby wis chinzwl
Into a kreit. bounting hoy. aud 1 wis ralswl
from a sick bed by using Hop Hitters a short
time' nto Miitiuk
Rooms Ii6, Mitchell Block
S E.Cor. JlataandMarketSts.
m&rieur -Chixq rtwra a-Trtv
.Masonic Bull dine.
Hs. LIMliocKKK,v ana57 Arcade. I'rint .
rr. KDjcravcr and (isbloLible btatlooer '
i edainieiooli ami calllnu cards , 9pecla.tr I -
A. OKOS.S a tO , mill UTAKKH".
Office and t nrero,ini. W Msln it.
LltaiKSIir THK I L. HARRKTT Jk50'fi BOOK
170 At est ColumtiU. street.
Henerl Book Binders and B'ink Book Msnu
Only the Best Beef, Mutton,
Lamb. Veal and Pork for
Wm. Grant's Sons
16 E. High St.
I N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Foltcltorot American and toreltn
IS AIL riIST MiTBKS
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Brancli Iffmrirs ishincton, D.C., Lon
Ion, Enie.. Paris, rrante.
zzjK2 T Jli.
j'V3 j'tdWBfP fT.Ww
vt" .GX" !---..TH'
sale of llnniU.
VI'TH 1- 1 henhy
lien tint the cltt nf
firttn'f)l,!.liiit utll tf fnrsile lullie
I Mi hst .null,, st In Idrr at tut- iiiumil cli tm
U r In lid clt) nn rues.l i tin Jith iliynt
A.irll. t H lss .its xiixk i ni theliouds
til lid cilv 1 ' the liiiiiuiit "I tine hull Ireil and
nttj tlnnli md I' " 1 dlars til Ih, demilul
11 itnui nt ui tti ins nil 1 H d ill irs eithtn
In art' prrtt lit p, r m Hum interest pttatil
si ml annually it Hie imln l the uy trt is
tirer In this tit r 11 tin lin)nrttrs and
Trill rs -1tbn11l limk in ten urklttytlt
theeptlnniil the hnlder tln-ri of nn ttit Ilrst
d its of M-irt ti in I stptrnilt-rineath year un
til thepiyment nl the prlnclpil thereof - lid
bunds In he coupon bonds s Oil honds 10 he is
sutd fur th purpose ,f il 1 itnlu.. means tor
the patmtnt ol Un cost 01 erecting in irsei
house mid clly oftlct-s mil of procurini; the
lift t ssary re il t st ite is a site therelor md Hp
proiches tin r, 10. md lorui irket spite sia.
honds to tt due tndpiyihle ts f illo ns Mf
ttt u thollsmd doll irs, n the 1st it iy nt N i
lender. I i . in I lllletn ih usiml dollars on
tin lsi d u ol septt mlii r in t uli ye ir there
Iti r until the whnlt itnotiut Is pild tnd
when sold are tot,, t iki 11 indpildfor hi the '
purthaser tliereot In ish. it the office of the
tltvtn isurerln thisclly it sneh times mdln .
h amounts as thecltv lonntll sh ill from
tlmetotlme In r, solution distitnilt. iml as
tin nti ds, if the cltt shall re nun
Hid for tin pun h m of s ml honds m iy be
fll.it in limine with Ho 1 ity lerk it in time
prl ir to the time ilmie 11 until lor tin silent
sild bonds and bids elthtr vt rhilnrl 1 wrl
tun:, will bereit lie I hy sild cotlntll on said
.Mhd iv ol tpril atsotloik p m.when all
hlds will lie t iiishlen I bt tin 1 lit council, ami
sild honds will Ik mid at not lens til ill I' ir
nlue md ici rue 1 Inti rest suhjett to thecon
dltloll htrelllhtlore s, t forth to tilt IllChest
mil best 1 IlUr
Ity order I um 1
J ? sKW U.TFH
-ts Clt j Clerk
itlie to Cnntrni !ors.
sealed prqnisils will be received iy the
ltoinl oli Hospital 1 ommissioiiersol the city
iifsprliufield Ohio, it the nfln 111 the Mitch
ell block 111 slid city of J s Hllott. clerk of
lidhoird.untIll2ncloilt.minii.it tpril nil.
l"s-. forfiirnlshinnall Ihematenil ind uoin.
ill tlielihorfor the nuioitrllnuand rt p-tirlnc
of the Iniil lliufou the Hospital grounds in sild
Ml bids most t for dolni; sn 1 work irrord
illnliniin plans aim spe, ni iitiiniiiiituiiiiii
i nit III the otrce ot 1 his 1 rtftr.archltett
and ill bids must lie ,in the bl ink forms lurn
Ished bj the clerk of slid tin ml. and shall he
tenelos, d in l se lie I t III t lot e tnd deposited
with said clem an 1 such seibd enielope
sh.llh lie endorse,! then on tin n iture nt the
.ill Mils will li- opened it the first regulir
nieetlngiif the bo ird alter Un ithdiyof tpril.
lss". mils tld iMtnl resenes the right to rt jtct
my or ill Mils
bOtltliOl- 1I0-PITI. lOMMI-sIO.NKRs
Hy li p invoiims. Prtstdent
.1 . LiuntT. llerk
U.i irdian's Sale.
In imrsuantt of 111 order of the Prohite
Court of 1 lark cnuiitt ilhl 1 mule on the -"th
day of March V 1 l-i" 11 the t ise of I t,
Ulal guartllin f Coril. Ilils indJohiiiieorge
Mils, igilnst his sild w mis the undersigned
will on Ihelltliitiyof tpril t li lss7. at J
11 clock 11 m .on the premises offer at public
sale the following describe 1 re il estate situ
ite In the city of s,,ri jdeltl Mark county.
Ohio to tilt Thirtt three lots, numbered
f mm I ""1 to I sj; incliisite. is the same are
numtiered aud designati d on a plit of a hit
Hon to the s il I city of springliebt laid nut by
said guard I.111 of sml wants hv tile order of
said court In sild ease and rteorded In plit
book J. p ice 14
Terms of s lie One third 1 ish on the d iy of
sile. one-third In oueand oue third in two
yeirs from the day of s ile to he secured by
morlgigeon Hi premises sold and the de
ferret! payments to heir intirestat theriteof
11 per cent 1 er annum. pay ible annu illy
1 1! DI U..
t.uirdiiiiof I on I . Illls ind Johulteorge Ilils
Laura M Tuttlf.riuntin
Cise No U
M irthABuckiiframtotlier' i
CI irk e ounty. 0 .
'. Court of
I Common Pie is
wi.lim and lit trt u( Allen
Uucknrr. dtcfd. it
The defend int. Horence E Buckner, will
takenolicetI.it tm tlie.Mtlt day of lcemlxr.
li.ttie pi ilnlltT,aboe. named, filed her i-eti-tltiti
In -ald court AffihiHt th1 tild Martha
Huckner. tdtw and the hu rlorence t
tlm Kner mdtht itherhelrnof Mien Hut kner.
defeaMl. tiIore, Iwei niortiiaire executed hy
the s ud Uleti ltutkuer and delivered to Azro
llnch ud -.ub-euuitly aligned to the
iid niortiTiiie w iexe uted to secure the
bil in. 1 of the purch ne munty which the said
Allen Bu.knerarepd to iy the ifd ldrtch
K-ralit frontfnK'feeton llirriion street, in
the clt oj -prini:!lel 1, Ohio, and fully de
iiritttil liithcitit! from said Aldnrh to tie
said AUen Luchiier.Uated Noemlerlt th.lSTt.
ind reconled tu tuluuie l. pe 71. of deed
re ords of said county
The petition prays for a ftndini; of the
amount due on ild inortc me. and on a failure
of defendants top ii th same, by t da to be
n uned by therourt th tt in onler Issue to the
sh rtn of sild ount). co mu Hiding him to sell
sill reil etat- is up m execution, to satisfy
the iinount so found toIdue
Iheild 1-lore n it 1 Butkner is reiulred to
inswer sild ietltlon on or before the "th da
of April "
LAI l; M TITTLK.
ty htrattornej. II (flllett.
ebriar i. 1" 41t
tceptuiira plat rf lots laid out bv the heirs of
John Ludlow, dec. ised.in iddltlou to the
citjof prinKlti I uil
"MTiox I Hi It ordifnedhy thecity totincll
of the iltyof iriuj.aell Otiio, Tint the plit
of lots I tid out by the heirs of John Ludlow,
dtteised is of thedat of Manh J2. ls".
addition to said rlt. is henby aice ttd aud
thestre, tsand lilt js designated thereon ar
hereby deel ired to le public, strtets. alleys
md highways of said tit
"icr i. -aid iccept nice is upon the express
c mdltlon thit sild city shall be forever ex
empt from the pigment of any damage what
ever, and all persons shill be former barred
IroM iiinntainlm: my claims for dam ices
ajainst s if 1 cft rtsultlnt; to proj ertj abut
tt ii upon in of sild --treets and alleys from
the uradinc. cutting flllitu or other improve
in,; or n ptirtni. b s ltd ity ol any of s ild
strc tts or illeys
- "i his onl i i nice slnl t ike ene t from
nid aftri s le-il publication
th A U 1
W TIIOl. Trcsldent
iii.tt i r-3, s ity i h rk s(m
tt-st I -
iderint:i public improvement hv erediiura
tn irket house and clt otnt et and pr urlm;
the necessarj reil estate i i site therefor
and tpproaches thertrto, and for m irket
fcii tion 1 lie it ord ilne.1 b the council of
thectt of priinifield. OhI . Thit the public
improvement declared netessir b resolution
of c mil ti pished l1ch I I"". be uudeb
erei tinu a market house and city oflhes.and
priKtirini, the neces- irj real estate isasite
therefor ind ipproaches thereto, nnd for
mirket s( rv.
, This ordinince shill tike effect it
liin e irlf est I'eritid ailowrd by Iiw
I'is.i Vprll th A 1) 1'
W . niOM Treident
ttest J mwcLTtR City i lerk Mm
I I vu.f.l liy rHrlt I nir, ! ml-, i ii
1 irrlit ..nth rin,;, IiMpIiti; Cnilt,li,
lllil Vr, tf , t te
I i tlrelj relieved h i device which is posi
titel invisible and which his tren recom
l mended by ever phyiici ii who h?is exiimued
it It is successful incises whre every other
de vicer renud v h is filled It m i be worn '
six months at a tim without reinoMiii,, c iu-i
uz no p lin orlnconvenience
tors tic onl t the inventor
It. V. l t . Hritlcrport, Cmin
I I KTI-H Lowent rites forai
ertlslimln 1 '"' i,Mit newspipers sent
i ire" luiin-is lu i jvv i uu v io
' pue e t . c w ork.
k i . i m i nun i r i , i r i.i
(!I N'T rtlclenew sells fast. No
- money to invest
ddress It P. LK Kh5,
TT my new motor.
Hare chance, irood sil
iry or (v on thedollar ddri ss, with stamp,
r M. U eaver, Indian ipolis. Ind. uName this
GEO. P. R0WELL & CO.,
10 M'RUCK STUKKT, fc IttltK CITV,
ForShLKCT LISTot l.COJXEHrPERt.
Will hn sent KKh mi acpIICAtlnu.
BARGAINS IN SHOES.
1)1 lt1 NI lotheiommiud ol in order (
s le in t trtttioii rom I he court of common
pleis of Hark 1 01111 ly.tlhlo and tome directed
ind debit re I 1 mil orler for site at publh
an Hon it the south door of the court house
ol said county in thei lt of sIirIirnelil O.on
saluriliii, tin) ?, 1. 11 , IHHT,
it I o elm k p m the lands and tenements lr
s tld petition described to wit
situ ite 111 thei oiinty of t lark, lnd state 01
Ohio to wit lleini; part it set Hon No
twenty elulit tnffnship No (lie rmue
No nine 1 t k s , , 1, Hn,t a ptrtol a
Iractof Ian tconieied In UlllUmU irderand
btsmife, tlari I' Warder to Win N tthlteliy
under 1 denl d ited septimherft, lssl.belni: lot
No tnoonthe aceoinpinyluK plat. b Klnnlni:
it a dtstin eofseienty die feet from tt
rasl lint of Ireenian stieet.and the north line
of lllnh street and runulnt; thence with north
line of lllcti street 111 an easterly direction
seventy tin feet to the west line of lot No
thne 1 on said 1 lit them t ruuniui: with the
1 westlim nf sild lot No. thne i Inamrtherly
llrectlon 1 dist nice of threehun lred 3" feet
loan inej m- snieenanu one nan leei 111
width whlih tonus the northern tiundar
lineot sal I lots 1 and Jon said plat tlnnce
ninnlni: in a wtsterlt dlrertlon on south line
if stidallty. 1 distanced seienty lite " feet
to thee 1st line ol lot No one 1 on said plit
thenieruunliiein a southerly dlret tlou 011 the '
eistsiUi of s ltd lot No 0111 1 three hundred I
am ft et more or less to the pine of leirln I
nlim tlsn a rlcht of way In lommnn with i
others, to 1 reenian street nn the north side of
lot No one I by use if illey sixteen and one ,
h ill feet In width, as shown on plat herein. ill
In sprlncneld Clark toimtt uhlo. lontalnln
! 100 ures The ahove di scribed pnmises
ipiirilsed it ? l"i
Terms of sale One third rash balmce In
equ il p lymt nts in one and tw i eirs liearini:
st lereent Interest and set ure! by mortitfe
on the premises, said premises i be sold hy
order of the court of common pleas of Clirk
ciunly Ohio In case No s.V it herein t-irih
1 siepp (s petitioner ind 1 h tries 1, akeyet
il ire defendants
UIM.IM U Uktll
sheriff 11 in, 1 ounty. Ohio
H llos IMi II OLIilltM U I. IlinrH
iilikiiMi Mtorneys "iki
Turnu int to ttie cunmmd of an execution
of h ile issued from the court of common pleas
of M irk county. Ohio ind to medfret-ted and
dellered I will oiter for sile at public auitton
it tht s mth door of tlte court house of said
citunti.ln therltyof -MTiimiVhi, Ohio on
Sjtnrlii, April II. th. I IHH?,
ton o clock p in. the following de-tribed
m irtijaked premlM . to wit
situate in theiountyof Clirk.in Ihestite
of Ohio aud in the tlty of -priitfn l-t, and 1
b unde t and described as follows iz I oru !
nuntinu at i point ft et north l denre
wet from the northwest corner of i lotton
veyed by the ltd anh Hiker to r ulp by
detl d ited t rt 1 - th ll. md recoried in
loliniesJ pure tts.lfedKe ords sild (.lar
comity run in tic thence north ' decree, wet
feet. them nouth deree-t, ei-t Mint)
feet to tht wrst line f a 11 foot alley thenre
s mthdeitrees wist with the west line of sild
allijJS fiet them, north ss denreei west
s feet to the plate of beclnninc Beinc the
same premises contend to said U illtam H.
rlKbt by s ud "-arah 11 iker
biid premises appraised at !hiii
aid premises to be sold byorderof thrcourt
oft minion pleas of Clark coutity.Ohlo. In case
No -t rjt w tit-rein athrrlne Latimer Is plain
tilt, and Willlani 11 rUht et al are defend
Terms of sale Cash
hrritl of Clark County. Ohio
Ai L WifcK. Attorney Mo
Pursuint to the command of an execution of
sale issued from tr1 court of common plea
of LI irk county, Ohio, and to me directed and
delivered. 1 will orler for sale at public auction
it the south door of the court house of sild
county. In the ity of priiufleld.Ohio.uu
Saturday, pril , A. I. 1HX;,
it 1 o'clock p m. the following described
mortjMced premises to-wlt
Stuated in the cit) ot Sprlnuneid. in the
county of tl irk. ana In the stateotOhio. and
bounded and described as follows. U
Beinj a p irt of lot number 1J. as the same is
numbered on the plat ot the division of the
est ite of Olier Clarke. deceased. BeKinnlne
mi the north line of outhen aenue. N.vi
lerre. IP) feet from the weit line of Mar
ket street thenee N m detirees. 4J feet,
tht u t 1 decrees, K li feet to the south
line of a one polr alley thence with the sam
a " decrees . M feet to the west line of i
one pole alley theucewlth the sime i de
Crees. I-Vfeet to the pi ue of befttinlm;
"aid ahoe described premises appraised il
ald premises to be sold by order of the
court of common pleas of Clirk county. Ohio,
in case .No vt. wherein Joseph r Leflel is
pi ilntifT aud Job 1 11. Brownlett et al are de
Terms of sile-Cash
UJLMM B BAKLH.
"herlff Clark Cunty,Ohio
iu o A Cole. Attorneys. m
LU Rst ANT to the command of an executlaa
of sile issueit from the court of com mob
pleas of t lirk county. Ohio.inK to ipedlrctc4
md deliiered. 1 will offer for sile at puIlc
auction. at the outh doort the court hous
of sild county, in the city of prtnstleld.O ,ou
Hturln. pril :i. . I ( IHX;,
it I olock p m the following d-srribed
mortaueci premises to-wit
.Ituate In the county of Clark. In the state
of Ohio, ind in the city of -prliiktU'ld. ina
bounded md described as fallows
yiz lot o two thousand threo
huudred and fifty four Zli in saul
city, as laid out by deonre M hattle and
others btlmconthe urtheide of west IlUh
street exceptlni: therefrom a strip off of tie
east side of said lot twenty two feet tn width,
fronting on sild west Uich street, ind beinc
eletenitl feet fronting lu the rear on ille in
feet wide the premi-ts herein conveyed beln
a strip of cround itfet in width off the west
si le of slid lot No ZA al t above described
premises ippnised it I 1 itd aboe prem
ises to be s ld byorderof the court of common
pleas of Clark countv. Ohio, in case No s.T',
wherein William Diehl is plitntilT and Mar,; a
ret McNenny is de'endint
Terms t salt cash
ILLIW! It IlKrU. Sheriff
Clirk County. Ohio
M. T HrRHi. Attorney. "tt
S lenfTi Sal?,
Pursuant to the command of ancTecution
I of sile, issued troin theeourt of commou I leas
of Clirk county, Ohio, md to medtretted and
delivered. I will offer for s ile at Public imtion
i at thesouth door of the court houseofsild
count j. in inecu oi priuKnua, unio.on
natiirti, April sT't. .I. 1MM7,
t oneo dock p m .the following descrited
mortgaged p-ernises tow It
ltuitein the clt j of prinjcfleld, Ohlo.coun
tyof Clark, towit Ileiuirlu s numbers thirty
two hundred aud forty five T2U and thirt
tv.j hundred md forty six TJ4 isthesame
are numbered ind designated on h N Tib
Mtts s seLomi addition to the city of princ
field, ret orded in ol one J of the book of
p.its in the records oft 1 trk county, Ohio
-Ud premises ipnraised as follows lot No
at JUK lot No MS at 7 -, ind mlrt
premNesa pri s-d as i whole it 52.750 -aid
premises will be offered separate and as a
whoieind sold in the way thit will realize the
s-atd above premises to be sold by orderof
the court of commou pic is of Hark county,
Ohlo.incaseN .sW, wherein rnnk Hiy
niond ts plilntltf. ind Urn II ( oombs et al
irt defend irts
Terms of sale- lash
WILLIAM H IUKEK.
Sheriff Clark County. 0
T Wirkk Kkin-K, Attorney o
Pi lt.sl WT to thecommauil tit in orderof
sile in pirtltiou Irmn tnetourt odoninion
pleas of Hark county. Uhlo, and to me direct
ed and delliered. I will oifer fur sale it publlt
iurtiuu..it ttie stitith doir uf theeourt house
of said count), lu the clt; of sprinsrleld.U .on
siliirila), IIhj 7, . II. IKS7.
fttlocliukii m . the linds and tenements In
sild petition deicrilied. tivnit
situ ite in thecount of 1.1 trk.ind st iteof
Oliln.to-wlt Lot numtier seienteen hundred
and fourteen I'll In llouck s addition to
s rlncaeld I lirk count). Ohli.
Ilieaboie desi ribed premises appraised at i
twenty tlte hundred ssm qon irs
Terms of sile line third lash, bilince In
eiuil payment iu one and two years bearing
six per cent interest, and secured by mort
cae on the premlst s
ild premises to be sold byorderof the court
nt common pleas of I lark county. Ohio. In case
No s.To. wherein sirah E stepp Is petitioner
and t It irlt s I. akeyetat are defend ints.
Ul Ii IS skill,
sheriff I lark county Ohio.
II Wllsos imi l) Oumum, llnui iu
Ki kLK. tturneys Too
Mis,,-. iu-nuiiif MoriNto -t.nnir heel mil
workttl button hub sjes 11 to worth
I ad it- Kid Oxfinltle sizes
stilil elsewluri' for M ,u
WE ARE RECEIVING THE
Ever received by any one house in this city, which
will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
JONES &. SON,
CORNER MAIN AND LIMESTONE STREETS.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
BRUCE, H AUK & GO.
Are showing this season the largest and most com
plete line of Clothing ever offered in this city. All
new shades in vogue, for all ages, for all sizes, for
every day, school or Sunday wear.
All Grades, all Styles, all Prices. We always aim to do
our best that we may fully deserve a good patronage.
NOVELTIES IN SPRING OVERCOATS AND WAISTS.
BRUCE, H AUK & CO.
Corner Meclnnic .ind Washington St., Springfield, 0.
Btsjkais-. sH iS!nr
iJ2kHBB Ur '" i iWii
Superior in design and coloring to those of previous
A. C. BLACK & CO.
Mm h tine can tip. button and colore-.,
mwliuiu to-, sizes t ID, 'ld elsewhere
for - .
Itojs" tme cram tip button sewed. ue
II to .. worth iZ.
LARGEST STOCK OF
Gas and Steam Fitters
Steam Fitters' Supplies, &c.
-'( South Limestone St.
Fancy and Plain
WILLIS & SON