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REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENIEffG. APE1L 22 1887.
Hair. Fire Brick and Clay,
A full stock always on hand.
!: South Limestone
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II VOfiKS Manager
EVEXIXK AM) WEEKLY.
The KI.Pl HI It print the If w Tors. Sid Wet-
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SPRINGFIELD PUBLISHING GOMPM,
Publishers and Proprietors.
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e Terr Thursday, and it one of the moatcom .... .. . .,
plet family nevvn-apers in the country: principles irovernun: corisirations and rail
eleht pases, markets complete. Kepiete nMUis anj man) other proniiuent issues.
with news and mttreltaay
Invariably catu in advance.
II per year.
All commnnlcations ana contributions
should be addressed to Currov M Nichois.
editor, and all business letters to Thomas O.
Telephone No. 330.
FRI0S.T EVENING. APRIL 22. tB87.
OUR HIGH WATER MARK:
Ciroilotioii Mnr.li 4.IBO
Clrcolnlloii rrll 2 !,-'
-r iilmloii pril 21 . io,ano
A crave ipiestion How can we keep out
Too man) people "stmd on principle."
The) trample it under fisiL,
Let tislxMlevoutl) thankful that the new s
jiapers have at la.-t ijiven us a rest on Will
iam Klssane llnc.'rs.
We would like to know w hat the inter
state' commerce commission Is to do about
cv clones and tornadoes.
We are liulebteel to our old townsman.
Mr. Kdvvardbvvoie, now of lluffalo, . A ,
for copltsj of late Uuffalo paiers.
We are now enjojliig a bountiful and
wanu nun which will exert aver) helpful
iiislncnt-e on the craui and eras, crops of
Mr. Horatio G. Brooks, ,.r Dunkirk. V
Y.. well known as a manufacturer of loco
motives, has just died. ilr. llrooks was an
oe'casoual visitor lieri".
That excellent and be'autlf ul month!
(ier Fom.li Matjazln (Cassell A. Co.,
?iand 741 Hroadvva. New York I has
made its appearance (and .i might gisxl
An "inicomparable idiot" lias been draft
ing a local law at Cleveland, that will not
"work." He must have gone there and
coiumencesl ojerations, the dav.after con
Major E. S. Wilson, of the lrontou .
The attempt to read General Keifer out
eif the Garfield Monument programme was
as unsuccessful as it w as sill
Ye "v lew vv lth alarm" the announcement
that a brick-yard is to be established m
Xenia. Wh is this about to be thus? I)o
the bo s intend to Imuibard Cincinnati and
"spnngtield trains on their arrival because
the I'au Handle folks have shut down on
It is a rather surprising fact that tlie
members of tlie masonic and other secret
fraternities in the country C right on with
their operations, preciel as if a national
ponv ention had not been held at Chicago to
suppress them. Some jeople are ver
Some of tlie suddenl born local Imoiiis in
Ohio are beginning to show symptoms eif
spring lever. That is to sav, the are
vv e'akenlng. The be-t means of making
money is through the vv r-e and persistent
u-e of elbow grease. It is ev en better than
coal oil or a real estate agent's a erbal ga.
A ver Interesting historical contribution,
from tlie pen of Miss Minnie A. Uarne,
of the eVMinhiuowtii, Meadnlle. I'a , will
- he found lntoda's U ft in ic. It describes
with grace and fascinating interest, iuiiiort-
ant events and movements which occurred
on the headwaters of the Ohio tvvohundrtsl
Onecouldn't have believes! tiiatourOlive-r
Kellj could have knicked out John L. fcul
llzan the Hrst round, but be did. Of the major'-
action tlie Dayton Joimuil says
Major Kelly, of Springfield, de-nies per
mission to the .lohn I- Sullivan listic com
bination to exhibit in that cit. holding thai
such exhibitions are eontrar to law
The1 are certainl not elevating to moral
it. Washington Gladden, 1). I)., made a
a grand utterane in the Congregational
church. Thursilaj evening, on the ex-casion
eif tlie installation of Ilev. barnuel 1 Dun
lap as pastor of the church. He declared
that the kingdom of God was not something
that was onl beond the grave", but that it
had alread come and e-xisted in and glori
fied the hearts of man. The Doctor as
wrbsl the f reeslom of tliought and opinion,
and said that toleration and Christian fel
lowship were growing, mall denominations.
The Akrou Itiiuini. siieaknig of the Kr
i'i in ir's utteraiue's esmceniing General
lSoyntou and General Keifer. asks if -
It is not am-uing that the Cincinnati
emiKirrrbif (uzcth jH-nnits such iiersist-e-nt
misuse' of Its columns for attack on ev
er man who ha hapiened to cross General
Ibijnton'spath' General Keifer has more
friends and ce-rtainl the are more strongly
attachesl to him the more Iioynton abuses
lnm. so that little or nothing conies of the
latter's Incessant and malignant pursuit of
KelfeT. e'cept natural distrust of his own
lairness and judgmert In all other matters.
It this time, Koj nton ought to hav e learned
that 7il iorsoiial prejudices are not tlie end
of arsumenl with tue jieopie generaii.
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AMlsssj . x A . J fK-jiP-in jj LAz2tJ&F
" TaggjMajjjgjjBjjjjjjjj ''".'' rSriTv I C fflwiw jm i j iil j j-ti jml. j w Jj-t; tf-rv w--j
til K Tf I1IK JNW'.
We ate lewiilin; compliments I mm all
1 iruarters ttxla) on the cumnleteneM ol our
trade edition, (uiblUhed jetenhy. It it
received n itti luiUer-al favor and we are
hlghl gratihnl over the result of tlie en
terprise. There are some omissions m the
work, but the short siiwof time which we
had to work the nittter up, the mil) sui
i prise is that there were not more It was
I not the intention to miss ail) one, hut fre
iueutl) when the leporter callisl the head
I of the concern was not in, and there was
not tune to call acatn The woik was
i pushed under hea) piessure. ind eer
1 inoment of time was valuable
The demand at the coiinlint room txH
for copies of the jiaper is ample exidence of
tlie general appreciation of tlie work
' The oinicstowi! TWimir sas, with
Tlie Keifer Itoynton quirrel outfit to U
buried, if both the parties to It hae to go
, under the etouikI. The original question of
i ervcity and, on the part of the newspaper
I man. of honesty, has been lost sitf it of in
the cloud of words, txi interiMini; a paper
I as the Cincinnati foiimiin-inl i.iri
i should not allow its columns to be laden
wilii the dullness of further recrimination.
l.eneral Keifer. it should Is- Imnie in
mind, is taking no part in this quarrel lie
' was asked to deliver the address at the nii
' veiling of the t.artiel.l sfitue and he con
1 sonted, and he is quietl) atteiiilini: to his
ir ate. personal business, here In Sprint;-j
held, Ohio. He waabrae soldier. lie
was a fearless and faithful representative
In congress and he is a ;:ood c ltiien I her
I is no josibIe excuse or pretext for the war
' made upon him bv a pick of Imw line new s-
I pier correspondents, w ho are Ileitis w i lj
treattsl b) the seneral w ith the sil nt but
prof ound couU nipt the) deserve.
i We have from Messrs !. and lii jmH. ,
Huston, a cop) of Mr. Henr) WihuVs IwKik,
entitleil "Natural I-iw in the llii-iiie?s
WatIiI il linl.,r Hit, rniiti r- ltisv fsn '
elude as to the Miundness of all or anv of;
the views eapressetl, he will concede that
1 it supplies elements which contribute to the
.olnt.onof business and labor nrohlen.s
Mr. Wood treats lalor combinations and
! their effect on the lalmrer- socialistic ten-
dencies; exces-s of etsmoinic and railroad
ln-wlatioTi tin itistrilitltlou of wealth?
and aims to show that the business world Is
1 pexmeateil by natural law. and that eipjxis-
ini; combinations, unions, corners, unwar
ranted legislation, sentimental and social
istic ideas, and ever) thing el-e of an arti
ficial nature, are mischievous, destructive
and on a faNe basis.
Thebricht and sharp ML Vernon I!c
nnMlotinsajs It) reading the "II. V. It." Wash'ncton
dispatclies in the t utmnmtal Gaztttc one
would su-iiect a lurking dislike for Keifer,
existed in the heart of Oeneral Ito)iiton,
but such, however, l.s not the case. It
seems that Dick Smith has a be t with Hill
Ilickham. that llojnton can say more mean
things about a fellow m a ) ear, than the
editor of tlie I'ajton Juunml himself.
As Keifer cares nothingaboiit it, lie was se
lected as the man against w horn Unynton
was to expend lib invectives and Ilickham
has the held. The bet w ill be decided next
October, antl then wo shall have peace
Dick Smith w ill vv m that bet. w itliout an)
I Of l$oiiton'siinprovoked.groundlessaiid
I wanton wanton General Keife'r the Daj
ton Joiiniof sajs
Boyntem don't apjear to read any Ohio
papers but the Daj tan Joimnit and Com
iiiercHtl f Inn tie Iwtli the best of their
kind. We infer this fiom the fact that he
does not seem to reganl the pungent criti
cisms of the Cincinnati Time- .Vtr uihui
Hie "champion mutilator." and the cutting
cnmiutnts of the Akron Hmroii, hpring-
field Kin m if. Marietta l!cji-tcr and
other papers upon his venomous and vin
dictive persecution of General Keifir. The
Dajton Joiini'if appe'ars to draw all his
But the Join mil ehn-sn't suffer auv It
returnj the lire a hundred fold.
The CuugrtvatluiuilM, of Boston, in lis
issue for April 21st, saj s
rnnecessary Sundaj work never pajs in
the long run, though it maj sometimes re
sult in mone) making. The lit n r.i u at
bpringtie-ld, O . Jnnds that the advertising
for its ur dajsj. issues in Marcli. lsbT. have
exceeeled bj nit tier cent, its aggregate ad
vertising for seven dajs u the week during
March, ISNi. liefore Its "snndaj edition was
dropped. The change was made tieeause
Mr. C M. Nichols, who gained control of
tlie concern, feels that Suudaj ought to lie
observed as a dav of rest and worship, and
vv ith no unnecessarv w ork.
Chaplain McCalie, of tlie great Methisp
1st church, and one of its gtvatest men,
sajs that prohibition "should lie voted on
as a separate measure not o n jxmiy
iim-ii(t.' He sajs this over Ids own sig
nature, in -a. le tter to Major K. S Wiis.ui.
of the lrontou Hon-tir, aud he is .juite
We propose here in pnnglied -to gen
erate heat for tlie moving of machinery
from limestone. What is hotter than a
lime-kiln? It be"ats a red headed girl who
has lieen "sasseel" b a red-mouthed Ikiv.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF. .
hartluiuakes have occurnsl on the island
of Jer-ej and in Mexico
The poj-e, repling to Italy refuses to
surrender his claims to temisiral power.
Two more deputj recorders have been
sent to jail at M. Louis for election frauds.
Major John h. Blame', brother of Hon.
James G. Blaine, died at Hot Springs, Ark,
It seems certain that the We"st v lrginia
legislature will trj to e'lect a senator liefore
The Ohio Societ) of Xew York gave its
second annual banmiet at Delmonlco s on
The vote for senator in the Florida legis
lature Ihursdaj was distributes! among
thirtj -two names.
An auoujnious letter, receiv ed b Sexton,
it is thought, will lead to discover of the
authorship of the 1'arnell forger.
The steamer Cit of Siduc arrived in
San Francisco Thursda with -so.uoo trade
dollars from China. The last Chinese
steamer brought STO.ooo.
Gov enior Foraker has commuted to im
prisonment for life the death sentence of
D..I. Bow ling, convicted in Licking count,
0.. for the runnier of John Douglas.
I he Austrian cabinet has decided that the
unexpended extra military credit will not
be needed. 1 he British Budget has been
reported, and Is fuvnrablv mental b the
Jetferson Davis has written a letter ex-pri-ssing
re'gret that he will not lie able to
attend the cere monies at tlie unveiling of
the Calhoun monument at Charleston. S.
The president, on the recommendation of
Mr. Thuniian, apixiiutesl. Judge E. F. Bing
ham, of Ohio, chief jutie of tlie supreme
court ot the District ol Columbia, vice
Judge Cartler, de-ceastsl.
James Kussell Ixiwell sailed Thur-dav
for Europe on the steamer Pavouia. It is
understood that he declines to be a candi
date for ov er-eer of Harvard umversitj, for
which he has been nominated.
Several metal bars. puriortiiig to be
gold, weie sent to the c'niteii States assaj
ofhee in ew vork to berehiKsl. Hie
owner estimated tlieir value at 40,0oo.
They were found to be copper w itii a thin
wash of gold, and worth about four dollar..
Mrs. Sarah Patterson, a Philadelphia
spiritualist medium, was found guilt of
practicing medicine without a license. The
judge, in charging tlie jurj, said spiritual
ism w as no defense. The w ere to decide
whether she had practiced medicine for
gain or whether she was insane. If she
was insane she would be put in an asjlum.
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. str" anl t" surP,,)n - lamlnateU by sewage nerer becomes purl- wn.i"..i-7.'-i';jij ti.. a UrrtmarMMUrjZKiS.crSk t,sniwrTKT..im,irTOi!pei.M(t of A4t. and cheer, orsend 30 cents for Boosit JFsgl
west Main street. Kj es htte.l it h it a,.M. fled by natural means r.iTt-..a ii ..ri...tr di...r..,ptfrr,. -ATrauaHoMNo.v"o!.dKiSS5 . . , .. .. or SELECT LIST of 1,000 NEWSPAPESSt lWpaee. OEO. 1. ROWELL Jk CO . 10 Srstca jaBSi
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Death is the crown of life:
Were death denleel poor mao woeild lire In rata.
IVsth wounds to cure wefall, wene we relgu;
ring from our ft tiers fasten t the tlie.
Where blooming Eden ithers from our sight.
The Unj of terrors Is the prlnow of iwuv
Our life is nothing but a w inter s ,lar
Nimeoul bnaL lbeirfat Aotsoawar,
Others sta dinner and depart full fed.
Tlieds.sl are Imt su" and RifS tolled
He's most iud. lit tlial lingers out the day.
W ho dies l-tlmes bs less and l, to jav
Kje hath n. A xs-n it, my l,itle lw
har hath not beard lti deep ag of joy;
Dreams, annot pU-ture a world o fair,
Nirrot, ami death may not enter there
1 line d,l not breatlie on its fa leless M.ioui,
r or I. J .Hid the dim K ail I lou I the tomb. ,
It 1 tin re it is then, uiv ehiU
- VIrs. ITeinaus
Tlie .laitsenites of .llitlalsm.
The lnviiuiL novelist, M Avchir
Masoch has reo ntl) ijiven an interesting
lecture to a P.iris audi, me on the .lew ish I
i-ects in Cnlicia, m the course of which he
ilexnlied the Karaite who arknonleilce Messr s y Oovintfon, . 1) Mosvtt
onlv the first lNik ot Muses as their re ami i; '. Wise were apimlnted aiomiuit
ligions cntde The Kaiailes, asid the j uv bv loc.il sleimtMiitiueii to represent
eminent Jewih author, are the Jan-en i tlicjr interests before tlie Inter-state coin
ites of Judaism I he) Iwse then lsluts
on the love of I lie divine thev am irtn
ous for xirtuc's s,ike here ren-sin and
revelation acree, the) i-n), we nccvpt them
as two evelient tluuirs, but win re thev
disaster wi iiiii-t hold vvltli revelitlon. for
if reason had Imhmi ntlicient revelations
would have lieen supcrtluous
The Kar.ntes consider that it is not al
lowed to dicus the fnndatm ntal basia
of revelation Another ot their precepts
is "If von cannot do that which von
would like to do ) on must be willing to
do what you can ' The life of the Kara
ites is verv virtuous the) prav in He
brew, with bent heads In the enst the)
never light a fire, and in (Jslirla. whci
the climate is more nporou". they lot
Christians light it for tbem The sect
n umts rs about 1(1,000 in Caltcii One lc
cnllaritv bv which thev are distinguished
from all other .lews is that thev eouslder
that commerre in goods which thev them
selves have not piodurcd to lie illicit, for
which reason thev are nearlvnll airncul
i tunsts or stewards I'ntll late It the)
were eseinpt from military service, but at
I present tbevr are emjloje,,
iu the ambu
lances M Sacber Masoch Mate, on the
authorit) of a historian, that no Karaite
has liecn condemned In any lavs c-ourt in
Poland for the last four centuries Pall
When Talmas Wanted ts I.anclu
v. n... ..,. . 1 ..V .1 .,-.
UT. lanuage ioiq me me omer iihv inni,
he never snlferwl fo much from the prop -
rieties as once when he ought to hive
risen to make the opening prayer of .e
service, but could not do II .on accom,t of
an overpowering desire to laugh Hcwas
in a country church sitting alone on
little platfonn waiting for the minute j
when lie should begin and grav ely prepar
ing his mind, when the door opened and a
gentleman ami two ladies entered. They
were cit) people and they wanted that
fact known. Hie ladies were very ex
pensivel) dresse'd, but the man was a
curiosity. He was appareled with the
care of a debutante at a White House ball.
His eyebrows and mustache were dyed
jet black, ami his cheek show ed traces of
powder and palnt,xv hile his shape suggested
stavs. He strutted to a !eat with the air
of a peacock on parade.
The ladies sat down and their escort
flourished in after them and dropped him
self between them ou a, bench The liench
broke Then a stirring scene w as enacted
Tie gentleman had fallen through to the
foorand was caught between the splint
ored ends of the seat. He wriggled hclp-l--ly
and lost his eyeglasses and cane and
hat. The look of misery and fright on his
face succeeeling the proud dignity that
hud previously sat there was too much
for Dr Tnlmage. He wanted to get out
into a ten acre field and whoop He could
not help laughing, and had to put his
handkerchief up to his face and pretend
that he had a v er bad cough. "HamWer"
to Brooklyn Kagle
Mrallnc llonlnKr'ii w Fxploslre.
Gen Boulanger has instituted a search
ing Inquiry into a robbery of about a kilo
gramme of the new explosive melinite.
The robbery was, it is stated, conimitteel
during the night of Feb 3 at the powder
magarJne of Sevran, xv here the new explo
si e is kept in a special magazine The
workmen inployed in the manufacture of
the melinite are subject to the strictest of
rules and are carefnlly searched before
leaving their workshops, which, together
with the magazines, are surrounded
bv a wall three meters In height.
Notwithstanding all the precautions
which have lieen taken, guard
employed inside the magazine to watch
the stoves in vv hich the jiowder prepared
during the dav i- dned at night, thought
he saw two mi n slinking out of the maga
zine. Instead of running after them the
mauoiidulv in the m igaipe warned the
guard outsiile I he soldiers and the
gendarmes from IJvrj at once beat the
countrv all round that magazine, in or
near which no one was di-coveied, but the
following morning it was perceive-d that
the door of the spe ml niaga7ine in which
the melinite is kept had ls?n opuitd and
that about a kdogamine of that explosive
had been purloined Ixindon Standard
A Great rcrrt ltrrraUtl.
feince Miss Eastlake made her first ap
jarance in this e-ountr in her"-ofr, cling
ing garment", swajing In harraouv with
every step of the wearer, producing a
most graceful and picturesque effect, so
cie'ty has liee'n on the itii xrve to discover
the secret, and gam if possible, a tithe at
least of the swish ana swav and rhythmic
movement which i-eenicd to make the gar
ment worn bv Helle instinct with life and
motion, and part and parl of her indi
viduality The secret has been dise ov ereil,
and the reigning belles m tip tup circles
iu Xevv York are waltzing in Helle dresses.
and seem more captivating than ever Is
fore These picturesque gowns are made
of some soft, cluiging material, and win u
oxer divided skirts, i e , u seannsl jutn
coat, xvhich by this means is divided to
the knee line making I lie dress ue-ce'ss mlv
conrorm to the gait of the wearer The
secret is said to have been discovernl bv
the costumer of IloIim Yokes and im
parted to a select fnv of his customers
St. Louis Spectator
Suintitloua Concernlns; Toothaelie.
In fconie jiartu of Siihsev, Knslanil. tltcre
is a supen-Ution that if you put in jour
right stockitiK. nght shoe and right trou
per leg before the left jou will never have
tcioUiHCbe To drink out of u skull t.iken
from a graveyard, to take a tooth from
buchai-kull anil wear it round the neck,
to apply the tooth to your own limit: but
nchmg tooth, to put a double nut into
ottr iHket, to pare jour tliij.i r nailx and
toe nails and wrap the puripgt. in a paper
all are charms against the toothache.
In other jwrts of England there is n cus
tom of calling the toothache the "love
pom," for which tlie MitTcrer is not en
titleel to anj commiseration Whether he
or she fully consents to this nuv perhaps,
be doubted. Iron Times
OVhT lie flavr tnslr Leuons.
Professor Zvveibecr is n rather dLssinattnl
old man, who Lives lessons on the llute.
for a living (iih.uoly, who feels a kmelly
intcn-st in the ol.l man, took him aside
and said to him
"Professor, if you were to quit drinking
an 1 kee p .sober jou iv.mld lie engagetl to
give lesfous in some of the first fannies In
Austin and make a great deal of nionev "
Hot Hi ull hiiinbii " taid the old
in-in liidigniintlj I give lessons so I
can get drunk, and now jou vanks me te
kee p sol,er so I (nu giv p lessons Dot ish
all humbug " Texas ?iftlng
Would be t'eeful.
A eable dispatch savs that a volcano in
Russia has begun to throw mud It is
not stated which political party In tint
country has secured the services of this
volcano Xorristovvn Herald.
All patent niwiicinesftoWinRiissfamtiKt
be examined and parsed upon by govern
ssi ssi jsjh H sjl sjk. bed. p. HDBELL JJk CD ue Mimon ainerem newspaper purcnasers ffUs
..:.. ..... ..... . UfCllr'MClln.iwoMK..,ai,rar tC I I MM- II If.rj amtPiTni) n ditiits bhi. r. nuuui. uu. or Fiti Miujoii KiDs. Ten lines will ae- JZcM
sir. 1 leeelientl.
We've heard all that's wholesome
About the beaut) ot Miss l.Uun
Now. we siippue iitt know
she c-iine trom llulfalo,
Where everv handsome sirl
1 ses t Inplin's Liquid 1'eirl
Pimples, tin ,uid freikles twill qiiukl)
Kver crow's feet er) much diiiutiish
Also praised bv 1 olU 1'itti and leidirs
As the most maneloiis lie'aiitihir of the
Vour men were killed ami sev ral othirs I
iujureil bv the dirailment of a construction
tram on the Louisville, hvausville and St.
I.ouisrailroad, near Tasvv ell, Ind
"TsL xsA P c tnat are fretful, jieevlsli, '
AlUUVVS cross, or troubl.d with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can lie relieved
at once by using Acker's Haby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe, l'ruo 2'i cents Sold bv
Frank II Cobient, corner Market and
nun e isiiiiiui-sinu
Tllril U'KIM, COl'l. II evi be so
qulckl) cunsl b) Muloh's Cure We guar
autieit r or sale b) F . (.arwoHl.
r H.irr) I.eav lit. alias 1U man I-ev), who
tiinusl intonmr in the Haddock munUr
trnl at Siou Lit). la has broutfit a hbil
Milt airainst tlie lncai;o Mull for ealliin;
him a blacklei; and coulidence man.
An l.vrellent Opportunity.
1'Iea-ant and profitable emplov meiit
surel) awaits a wike-awake salesman who
will suppi) the demand, in tins vicmit).
for the New Kcvcrsihle .Map of the I tnted
Stati-s and t anada and Pictorial Map ot
the World, lss7, issued bv the n Downed
map pin Ushers, Hand, McV.all) ,V Co ,
U!-IM Monroe' stns-t. Chicago. A llaii
mad .mil Count) map of tlie Cnited States
ami Canada, with the greater portion of
Mie Hepublie of Mexico a tine representa
tion of ltartholdi s "I.iliertj Knlighteliiiig
tlie World " and the divisionsof "Standard
railwa) time," are shown on the face of the
iuia). On tlie pictorial side are separate
colored maps of the World, Europe, Asia.
Xorth America. South America and Mexii o
Also M'lect engrav lugs, diagrams and statis
The Iiitir-St.ateComuienee'ouiiiiis-.ioners I
listened Wtslnesih) to arguments trom '
representatives of all the business interests I
Of lt,toll OH O r,Oti.t fur f lli. .1i.tmi.l.n
i v- -" " i . '-.mi-iou
1 "f the long and short haul features of the
. n i,,iMff roucii
M ir(V tlllMrul -lr, slllTerini: fnim
. h g Cimch al)i, ;HKWi xiexican
$., .,.,. ...., ., .lr(h , ,.,,
o. 'IT Itarr Strt et.
The executive committie of the second,
third and fourth districts of the Move
Founders' Delense association, resolved, at
a meeting at Uiche-ter, V. Y.. to close the
western foundries and throw all thework to
SI.KKPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
b) that terrible cough. Slnloh's Cure is the
( reiued) for)ou. lor sale b) K. A. Oar-1
Four actors plajing at the Vine Street I
ojiera house we're lined tvventj -five dollars
and costs each in tlie ihce court for giving i
a theatrual performance on Sundaj.
2v nrn v c Blood Elixir is tlie only .
VVyls,v Blood Hemedy guaran-'
teed. It Is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup ,
tions or Syphilitic Poisoning. Itpunliestlie'
whnln svstprii. nnd lisniqlies nil 1tlmtitofi.
and Neuralrnc nains We r-narnt it
ana xveuraigic pains. vv e guarantee it,
Frank II. Coblentz,
comer Market and j
MartTiiV Coninierriitl College,
.113 sixth stres t, Washington. I) C , pro
vides practical! useful business education.
No terms nor vacations. Students enter at
anx tunc. Terms Life scholarship, S40:
12 wis ks" course, board, Ac, $''. hend
A C urn To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscnt.ons of outh, nervous
vveaki.ess. earl di-ca, loss of manhood,
etc, I vv ill send a recipe that will cure ou,
free of charge. Tilts great rented was dis
covered bv a missionar in Soutli America.
Send self- iddress.il env elojie to liev . Joseph
T. Iinnan, Station I), New Yorkeit.
LUMBAGO LAME BACK.
ffAfcr a lapse cjfart statement confirming
te rJUxi(Ti 0 it Jacobs OU and Us permanent
cuns, are gm Utcne.
Trom a Lumbago Sufferer, March, 1883.
103 IMnce St, Neve York, N. Y.
I ha.1 a very severe attack of lumbagoi
could htrdly walk I trfisl a bottle of bt.
JaroUOilit relieved; I tried another. It
curol m. I would not be without if it
Xrom Same. 4 3 ers Later Cnred.
103 Prince 1, ew i ork. K. Y, ov. 1, ISM.
llheerfullr conarm inrfcLatemont. wui
Comiletely .unit. M. Jcobs Oil Is the
aojero. 1 revotmnend It for
L rcvonuncud It for nimily ue.
A I.uinbar; o Sufferer Auffxttf 1881.
2U Mi-UIesex St.. Iwell, Mas.
ATetjtit iw o mt ntbs au I Latl n ttitLh In
m tacL.tiut1t.retl extnme i-ain fttnl vtu
1 ililti lisvo tti lion 1 trin -t J
i.. iL 1 . n an a N lIp i r il iii
l-i mil inir, fir I-itrr nrrtl.
Jrrrjtil tumi i I ul n Few rt- atlarl.
it M J) It l SLJ:4'oMMl wi (I
in i Ia- wit- -l Iae n t tmu
I- u i -it t i wirn v;m:i( u
Troii. a s.tirr .it i, I sVptf,,,),,,!., irsq
vt ' iro.1. Tl! Aruirui ' o tlljto,
I bi . 1 1 it tslMilhr in i -a lor
fr .m Hi.li;lirlifi iti -eil
M I. I " bv ih usee ftvt l.n I
i i.r ..lie ' I
i'.i lilUl-r-MIVI III IU
In.n s.it, 7 V - .rs Kiler Cti- ,1.
Mil I H ds ( o II . t r , 1 V.
1 i 11 v ur I fucobs HI! 1 it
cur. ii i r. i ! '
till.'' I H-rJ-f-NRUIIMt
TUT . II M l s V Vi). I I IKC.V- ni'timra M.
w - in ti if" t t r J'-.
y r ' ' t at tl
t li t e ai t
m:i: rnoM oruvTES.VNnroisoN.
at rsrooirrs and ueaixes.
XIX QLUOU A. VOUUXK CO, IULI110BS; I
ur when th. I. ids beffa
Tls tlmo for young &nd
ol I to know
That crt m. iMisitudtoiul
Tee tils at InJigritions
VTlth erery trtmUe, ache
That roiiow s tn ttxtoaums
Ik-foro u draught of beluer Lrlghu
Tlie Oricii.nl nnd Only Genuine.
t.V t4 tJwaj-t IUIUMsi. Rwin t wKhlrM Ialudoet
(hlrbrer'rMtU.b'ol Ukr tMxEtr or lucto
(unitito Air artlcuUrt inttr bf rrttsii-B aasilL
NAME PAPER. bltr CkVmil ",
SI S MwlttMMt isqHftre, 1's.tUslaTl'a.
vMrs- ihm oly tbaolaUl
fihVK ill WnJ"4u,Uo,itayI1,nt Ak j(nwjrr
nLVsTkM A utaiw'r-S- "i.1 If Uftw,
HEALY, 182 Stato St., Cnloago.'
p'kctrr, nia bs psjrfertl n
ror ai u
Health. jkt4tiat uctvi
onr dw lllnatnted MOsl t
M4.cAl CliaUc K .aitut SU. V, .
, S A.M 10 SOUTH XAItKET ST.
THE WASHBURN AMERICAN OUITARb
I AND MANDOLINES -
i - V l))eiDg, Scouring and Kf pairing
,w C i IninTuiNmnnpncR,
New Cheviot Frock Suits, New Cheviot Sack Suits, New Cassimere Suits. New Fancy Worsted Suits, New Corkscrew
Worsted Suits, New Prince Albert Suits, New Styles in Pantaloons, New Stock Boys' Suits, New Styles in Children's
Suits. The most perfect-fitting garments in the city at Bottom Prices. Every garment marked in plain figures.
Tint dels nil upon tlie liver
font tin l.iv t r i in ictlve the whole
s)stem is out of order the breatli
is bad, digestion poor, head dull or
aching, encrg) and hopefnlne-s
gone, the spirits are depressnl. a
liW) weight exists after eating,
with gem ral despondenc) and tlie
blues. The I.iver is the house
keeper of the health and a harm
less, simple reined th it ai ts like
Nature, does not constipate after
wards or reimlre constant taking,
doe's not mterlere with business or
pleasure during its use, makes
Mutinous I.iver lleguhtor a medical
I have tested Its'tvlrtues personally and
know tht for dyspepsia, bllllousntss and
thriibblni5lieiedaclie.it is the but medicine
the world ever saw. Have tried forty other
remedies before Ninmons Liver Kegul itor.aml
none of them eave more than temporary relief.
buttheKigulitornot only relieved but cured
II II Joxes, Icou. iia.
Genuine lias ret on front eif Wrapper.
Best guannteefor its bujer
.1. II. H1.IN X CO.. Phllalelphia. Pa
SOU. rKOPEItToRS PKICr. 1 OO
CI.I.KK UK COI UT.
Jamei II ltabbltts will be a candidate for
re election to the ofllce ( clerk of the court
ot common uleai, subject to the decision of
the republican eouvention
Capt FinleyO Cutnmlnirs Is a candidate for
Clerk of Common Pleas sutjjecttothedeclsioa
ot the Republican Convention of Clark county.
1 V lartp'ell will be a c indldate for the
county audjlorsiilp, subject to the action of
therepuallcmconveutlon Ilellevlng that ro
tation in oince promotes purity ot politics ana
, advances tlie peril's interest, he will not.uk
i . .,.,, ,, 110II1n -te.t and elected.
O V Servtuwlll be a candidate forre elee
tl.m totlieottlceof t unnty An tltor. subject to
tliedecisiouof the ounty Itepiibliciu Ion
K T.Thomaslsacindblite forCounty Vut
Itor. subject to the decision ot tlie County lie
KM OKIII IU
for County Kecorder, subject to the decision
Weareauthorlzed toannounce V II Itovve.i:
of South Charleston. XIatison township, as a
candidate tor County Uecorder, subject to the '
leclslou ot the Republican County Convention
1'IKIHXTI. Jl IX, K.
John C Miller will be a candl late for re
1 election to the office of probate judge, subject
to the decision of the republican county con
I Fletcher W bite is a candidate for Probate
Judge. subject to the decision of the County
I Kepubllcau Convention
Kooroi 5 A 8. Mitchell Bloclt.
8.1. Cor. Main and Market Bti.
II1TII or 1CHH0 TI1TH 01IIID
H8. LIMUOCKEK.U and57 Aroade, Print
er. Engraver and fashionable stationer.
Wedding Koods and callltu cards a specialtr.
A. ORUHH CO., UNDERTAKEBS.
Office And Wmwrnnm. 4 VV Vain t.
Residence 192 W. Hbzh St.
LUSIUOrTBt 1. 1 mRtm Abov's S00E
170 West Columbia, street,
I General Book Binders and Ulank Book Mann
Palace Keat Market
IlindsomeHt and brt equipped Daily Mat I
Market in the State Ilest ISetf. .Mutton. eal.
Lamb and bait v eat5 tu be h id invwhere.
Custom once icalned always retained.
.A.. B. 0"ariaes
MM W. W'aHliinstoii St.
Between Market anil Center, Sprinirflelil, 0.
im ! ! U UIIULII
- M ,
THEM ! I HAVE
ALL THE LATEST DESIGNS IIST
OOPL3STHJPi LAJElSr JNTD ISslLAJFLIfZEYT STS.
THE SPRING AND SUMMER
THE FLEXIBLE OlYEH, '
THE FINEST OF STIFF HATS
THE JtOsT I)KsIl:l!l f.
Lyon's Silk Umbrellas, Wilson ,
Bros.' Custom-made Shirts.
Earl A: Wilson and Coon & Co.n'
Collars and CulTs.
Best Makes Trunks and Valises.
:rK: itci iyxt
T AI LOR!
.'I SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.,
(Hook niter HlocL),
Presents a Hplendiil lino of Suit
ings for Gentlemen'H
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner WmI High tit. and Walout Allay
Blank Book Work and Legal Blanks.
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Sollcltorot American and ForelKn
IS ALL riTliT VaTTIES.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Brssrh Arrarlfft: Washington. D.C.: Lon
Idon, Enn,: Paris. France.
-A. C3-OOID IHAJRM
Suitable for cither Dairy, Market,
(artlenlng, or (Jrain Farming, con
sltlnrof SO acre, situated seven
miles Mouth of bpringfleld, near
Springllclil rml Velio it Springs
pike. TKKMS EASY.
T. A'. cvTtiisoisr,
YEI.L0H" SI'IU.XiS, OHIO.
aiareh 8, 1887.
DR. J. G. OLDHAM,
0PEBAT1TE DENTISTRY A
No. 9lA E. Main Street
PAUL A. STAIiEY,
Attorney and Expert
"TIBIEJ OIjD RBLIABEjE"
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
WE' ARE RECEIVING THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Window Shades !
Ever received by any one house in this city, which
will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
CORNER MAIN AND
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.
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, HAUK & GO.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
SPLENDID STOCK OF
NEW SPRING GOODS
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
14 EAST MAIN ST.
AXTKO-Oeoeral aeents, to wholesale
niT new motor. Rare chance, ecod sal
ary or -vc on tne aonir. Aaaress. witn stami
F. M. Wearer, Indianapolis. Ind. (Name th!
Yntcndltiff AdYrtlsshoall addresa
QEO. P. HOWELL A C0.K
10 8PBCCE STREET, MEW YORK CUT.
for SELECT LIST of 1.000 NEWSPAPES&.
Will be sent VKJEK e-n application.
Gas and Steam Fitters
Steam Fitters' Supplies, &c.
26 Month Limestone St.
Tor a check for 120 we will print a ten line
adTertttement In One Million Issues of leadlnz
American Newspapers. This ts at the rate ot
only one-fifth ot a cent a line for 1JXJ Circula
tion! The adTertlsement will be placed before