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SATURDAY EVENING. MAT 7. 1887.
CUR HIGH WATER MARK:
Cirrul-itltin March S4
Circulation April 2 .
Circulation April 21 ..
The Indianapolis .Vfirs i -non to print a
bi trade issue.
Minneapolis speaks fur the national con
ventions, next ear.
Tlie New York Sun's weather eyeso.uint--out.
rather cuquettNhly, at Maine.
It us have cheap fuel In Sprincfield.
from M)ine source, hi some means.
"ForaVer forever !" i the war cry. "At
l-at for two years more." will be the re
sponse of the jieople.
Dana versus Dan-son bids fair to prow
a very Interesting: cae. Dawson will
hae a good deal of explaining to do.
The San Francisco OiJ thinks a second
terra would add nothing to Cleveland's
fame. We believe it. llis first hasn't
added anything to it.
Society people in Xevv York have not de
cided that it Is in good, form to u-e the tele
phone. Perhaps it is because such use is
not Englisli, "you know."
We should send over a lot of cow-bojs to
perform at the American exhibition at
Loudon. They could rellev e the monotony
of Burtalo Hill's performance.
llurat llalstead, is with a single excep
tion, the most unconscionable liar in the
univ erso. .Vnr Em.
The aMe editor evidently doesn't forget
We ate at last permitted to indulge In the
hope that when, lav (imild has that new
town of his finished, the Inhabitants can
rely upon an ample water supply. Pitts
Gould would only have to squeeze his
railroad stocks to give them an abundance
The follow ing Is from the Dayton llcmtil:
If there is anything above another that
makes a Springfield editor feel like throw-
up his hat and using his scissor with re
doubled energy, it is to see the name of his
village coupled with that of Dayton.
That shows our magnianniity. There is
nothing mean about us.
' Our old friend, General Comly, of the
Toledo Coinmerriat, is evidently trying to
ruin us, and we shall vv alk clear around
him, when we go to Toledo. Why we
shall do this may be inferred from this par
agia'ilt from the Gei er l's pen:
In order to calm the fears of our prohibi
tion friend, of the KcrriiMC, wc take
pleasure in saying that the big wine cask
has in it T.6,000 gallons of wine, the best
and purest in the world; and if that will
not satisfy his appetite, there are other,
smaller, 1,000 gallon kegs standing around
that hold 750,000 gallons. Allow u to re
miud the Kkithmc that this is not only
the biggest thing of the kind in Toledo, but
in the world. 1 1 w wild Jo his prohibition
soul good to see it.
I'pon being vigorously pumped by a Cin
cinnati JW rejioiter. General Kelfer gave
the facts as to the milk which has sound
H General Boynton's oocoauut. General
The first pretendfd cause mark you,
pret-nded was that I threw ojien the press
gallery to the ladies. It was a lie. It was
the result of the action of the House, and
he knew it. He lias had other pretended
causes which are also Hi The fact is he
s)untd on me to cai.y ti"uch theMc
Garrshan bill. He expoted to be a inlllion-ai-e.
1 am not overstating it. as that bill
wiuldhaveinvoh i 50.000.000. Xol ady
vv hi r'iderstood anyili'uga! jut the mauer
c m'd doubt that Hoy at in was ti be a bene
ficial. Well, I dlda't force that bill. I
haven't said as much about it t any I idyj
us this and it most not go Intj the news.
ji tpers. The loss of exjM ctations ha ikis- j
sialy aff. ted this man's mind. The Com-j
m-rcfcif w'll publish uy thing he writes.
n id so he avails himself of eve! opportu
nity to aita -k me. He objeett 3 to my wit- tunes to Northup.
nessesas not being reliable. Well, they) A If McCoy, a democrat, who owns a
were not my friends, they were his Iliad saloon, is a violent hater of temperance
never lK.ken to them oatfie subject. You , d c,mrcheN auU has trained up
e m understand that no slight cause or one r, '..,. . . , , . , . y
tiat did not affect him personally or very his children to feel as he does. OnWednes
seriously cou'd a-ooiint for his mania. But ' day evening, April 27Ui, Dr. Northup en
lhcu this should not appear in the papers, countered McCoy aud his two boys, who
FELLOWS .tD FELLunsilir.
Who does not remember the old adage,
'Worth makes the man; lack of It the fel-
low "" This needs modification to adapt it
to modern times. There are fellows and
fellows good, bad and Indifferent. And
Worth makes some of the women. In this
ageot the world, we must bear In mind,
but it is unite true that those who are man
ufactured by the great male dress-maker of
Paris are not alvvajs the woith-let of
The fellow who is merely a fellow is not
much of a fellow. He lacks the worth
alluded to in the adage. Hut the fellows
w ho are more than fellows, and are good
fellows -mi acknowledged and esteeim J
have qualities which cniioueml them
to a'l men a'ld women of good feel
ing. Hut when the good fellow is
more than a man of good feelingand a man
of principle and character, and is a patriot
and an enthusiastic friend of his rare, he is
of a high sljle of man. lie is
capable of appreciating and gener
ating the principle which Is known
as fellowship, which in a secular
we call good lellow-hip. Men of heart and
public spirit who are 'uterested 'n. common
puqiosos a d enteiprises.knovv what this is
Old L'nionsoM'ers exempli fj this and enjoy
it Immensely, when they meet in their
snmi.-l n pnioii. And the good citizens
of Springfield, who have been of one
mind as to the building up and
the promotion of the rrusierity of
Springfield, have manifested and illustrate!
a credltabl" sly !e and a high degree of gen
nine and hearty eood-feilowsnip Private,
personal ai.n factional 'rterests have been
sj.ovid ip the rer w'len any great public
'-iterest j --onsi leied and pushed. The
fw t that there w ere no hostile or conflicting
interests rp.-virent wlien the public or lmI
nes irteiest- of th cny were at stake, has
beeu one of the great facts vv Inch has serv ed
as a corner store and a -olid foundation Vj
our progiessandprosperity. There has been
here a fraternal commercial good fellow
ship that bound the. manufacturing, com
mercial, professional and personal inter
ests of the city together w ith bands of steel.
The success and prosperity of each business
man w ere matters ot personal interest to
an. ami an gu?meu vviin jeaiou care xne
reputation and good name of each. This
was precisely as it should hav e been, and
as it should be now, and must be hereafter,
if we are to have the highest degree of
prosperity. We want no Ishniaelltish hand,
thrusting out its blade and stabbing in all
directions, by way of a foolish and fale
effort to promote personal interests
at the expense of the common welfare.
This is the very" opposite of good
fellowship-it is bad fellowship, of the
worst kind. It not only does not proirote
the Interests of the Ishmaelite. but it dt-
range ar.d damages all common plans for
promoting puhli interests. It disturbs the
fraternal feeling of the town, and it does
damage to it business. Itisasunwie as
it is hurtful. In a woid, it is the fiuit ami
exemplification of selfishness, and is illus
trated, ordinarily. In that style of ei terprise
in whic'i one trie to build himself up by
knocking other people doivo to enrich
himself by attempts to "crush" other people
who appear to be in his way, as
pursue, their own legitimate and honest
callings. Selfishness and personal jealousy
are out of pl"C in the heaits of men of
public spirit and entei prise: they are feel
lugs which are unworthy of a good citizen
and a good fellow.
Fellowship, pure andheauy, auiougthose
who are of one heart and o:,e mind in a
purpose to promote the highest good of
coinmi'iities and of individuals is one of
the sweetet and strongest influences which
affect li'Mm"! conduct and one of the no
blest and siibliuiest principle which can
pissess the human heart It is
something which illuminates the men
tal and moral Interiors of man.
a-id shlr.es through their faces and in
their lives. The prince and founder of this
sort of divine fellowship was the God-IIke
ir.an who lived and diet! fo-othe-s in Pales
tine, pearly nineteen oenl trie ago. and
the spirit he jioeseil and ill 't,-ated is the
spirit of genuine and ideal good fellowship,
utterly free from selfishness and mear'ie
aud full of self-sacriffce and devotion for
the public rood. It 'nspires men to spend
and lie spent for the good of others, and
as they promote- the happiness of other
men, they rective into their own hearts the
highest and lareest d-gree of happiness
known out of Hiaven. It promotes large
ness of .ieai I and hreaath and depth of in
tellect It helps common, ordinary men, to
do grand, heroie tilings and mar.y little
things that aggreirate and exemilify a
grand, heroic life. A town iiopu'ated with
people w ho possess in common a spt.it of
this sort, and who mauifest it in a poll -y
aud practice of mutual helpfr'ness i al
ways a prosjierous and foiLina'town, with
or w ithout natural gas!
TIIEASASSI.4 rov CFttn. .yOHTlllV.
So far a the facts can be ascertained and
verified, it appears that to men in the
United States have, during the past year,
fallen martyrs to their zeal in applying the
provisions of law to the linuor traffic. The
men who 1 red the fatal shots have not yet
been com icted by process of law. These
victims, the Itev. Mr. Haddock, shot to
death at Sioux City, Iowa, and Dr. W. T.
Northup, killed with a ball from a revolver
at Haveihill. Ohio, on the Ohio river, near
Portsmouth, a'e not prohibition mai iy r,
but martyrs to the principle of enforcing
the law. Neither of them were prohibition
paitisans, but both were republicans; one
vv as assassinated while trying to enforce the
prohibitory law pissed by a republican leg
islature of the republican state of Iowa,
aud the other is represented as hav ing been
killed lwcaiise he was actively adverting
the application of the prohib.toiy provis
ions of the Dow law to the village of Haver
hi'I. A Greenup Ky., coirespoudent of
77io Vvlcc, the ntional prohibition organ.
at New Ytrk, gives th's personal sketch of
the mail., r:
Dr. Northup was about 40 years old, and
w as not marneih He was reared in Noi th
uptown about seven miles from Gallipolis
O. He graduated at the Ann Arbor, Mich.,
Medical college, and practiced medicine for
several years in Gallia county, W. Va.
Then he removed to Haverhill, where he
has beeu living for about seven years. He
was a republican in politics, and was a
strong and practical advocate of temper
acce. This was the chief cause of the ha
tred that the McCoys conceived for him
a hatred that has ben manifested for years.
What he believed he was not afraid to ad
vocate at any t"ni or place. He was a
mover for the e forcenieiit of the liquor
laws and Alf. McCoy, when indicted and
tried for the unlawful selling of whisky
and confined to jai1. attributed his uiLsfor-
opened lire on Mm. Heing uiurmed. Dr.
orthup retreated the McCov followed.
keeping up their fire until they had emptied
their levolvers. Dr. Northup went down
towards his boarding house, which was
about 40 jards awa) 'then he relumed to
get his h.U, which had fallen oil By this
time one of McCoj's small bojs hail gone
to the saloon and procured a double-barrelled
shut-gun loaded with buck-shot, ami liad
returned and given It to his brother Pierson.
The father took the gun froiu Pierson and
stirted at the doctor again, who was
retiesting to seek shelter. McCoy
overtook him, placed the muzzle
against his Ixxly, and tiled both barrels.
One load took etlect In the doctor's left
arm, tearing it to puves; the other load en
tered the left sido of his hack, three inches
from the spinal column, and the shot cut
the spine in two. The doctor fell dead.
This ends the story of the traircdy. McCoy,
his two sons, and his brother .lames, post
master of Haverhill, were arrested and
taken to jail at Portsmouth. As McCoy
was on his way
on a river boat, he was met
by a sister of Dr.
Northup, "who stopped
sobbing and uttered a denunciatory sen
tence." What McCoy says of the matter
may be seen Iroin the following, from a re
port of the occurrence, in the Irontou Iley
hta Alfred McCoy, who vva thought too
badly hurt to take to Porl-moiith when
lames, Pierson and Thomas were taken,
Wednesday night, was seer, by the reporter
at the McCoy House under guard, and spoke,
freely of thelragcdv. giving the history of
their quairel for years past very fully. He
exhibited some emotion once, when lie
spoke of the wrong heaped upon him hy
I)r. Noilhup. He had poisoned his dogs,
killed his chickens. rocked his children, got
him hi j'ail for v iolatlng the Scott law,
ami finally shot at Pierson. Ho claimed
that Dr. Noithiip slashed his arm before,
there was any shooting. That was what
Incensed him to do the deed he o thor
ough! accomplished, and for which he
expresses no iev.ret- In telling about the
last patt f the tragedy, he said: "Doc
Northup and Charley Ault were coining up
the stris't with their hands full of rocks,
and I took the gun troni one of my boys
and supns I killtd him."
The assassinations of Haddock and Nor
thup have been almost pnliersally eon-
,),,,! uy lepuhlicans, democrats and
jothe-s. the only exceptions being in the
CAse of persons connected with or r enreseiit-
ing theliiiuor trallic hut almost without ex
ception nave the victims iieen naniel as
martyrs of prohibition. As such. If they
w ere no more, they died for principle and
v ere a much martyrs and moral heroes
a any who have been burned at the stake.
But the fact is. these men died because
they were simply discharging their duty as
good citizens, in a ding In the enforcement
of the laws of their stale, and the assassins
were moie than murderer. I hey we'-e
in armed "vbellioii against the leirallv ion-
Utituted a ithoni'e. and their crime were
llot sm,m eonimitted against imllv iduaK
. but against the state itself, as well as
I acainst God Almighty
I The Cincinnati f'liiiiuimiiii Ihnctr. of
Saturday, has a 'ong acooi"it of the affair
l refeired to in the foregoing, and makes the
I follow ing editorial statement:
It has lieen published throughout the
country that this was .viather HaduVk
' case that It was the murder of a good citl-
vu Mir t.tKiiiK an active pan in suppressing
the saloon business.
Hut this is not the truth exactly, though
there aie ground for the statement that
has lieen generally accepted in the faf t that
the McCoys, who are the murderers kept a
saloon, and Dr. Northup, the victim, was
a temperance man.
The original quarrel that culminated in
the murder was about a line between lots
the McCoys claiming that Northup had
trespassed m cutting trees and building a
stable. The saloon came in afterward, and
Dr. Northup simply gave testimony, when
called, as to the character of the place.
Four of the McCoys have been indicted
for murder in the first degree.
We find tne fo'lowing in the Toledo
The Tiffin .l.-crf.cr intimates that the
indictment of .lohn T. Noiris, for black
mail Is simply held over him. not for trial,
but for the protection of parties against
whom it is snppnsml he is able to make in
teresting development. Kven a hint of
thi kind i not creditable to any section,
and the Seneca authorities should show up
the merits of the cae.
Mr. Dawson, of the Charleston (S. C.)
.Voiok uiul Courier, will find the New York
"im a rather difficult institution to pul
i Irst Lutheran, corner IHsh and Factory
streets llev. J. 11. Ilelwlg.pasior. sabbath
school at a. m. Preaching at 10-30 a. in. and
ii Jup. in oung peoples meeting at 7 p.
m.. Annual congregational meeting on Wed
nesday evening. On -abbaili evening the text
tor the discourse will be: "The Kool liathfcald
In His Ilearl There Is o iod." Pews free. All
are Invited to these services.
Christian church. High street, three doors
west of .Mechanic Kev. Dr. Summerbell. pas
tor. Room large and seats all free. Fellow
ship for all Christians. At 11 a. m.."Uaptlsm;
ItsLsesaud Abuses." t 7:30 p.m. lecture
on"! oung Men " sabbath school at y.JOa. in.
Prayer meeting, with a prelude lecture. Wed
nesdaynlgbt. All are Invited.
I nlted Presbyterian. Market street, south
of Pleasant street - sabbath school at 9-JU
a. m. Preaching by the pastor. Rev. Joseph
Kyle, at 11 a m. and s p. m. Young people's
meeting at o JO p in. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening. cordial welcome to all.
Second Kn-lgi Lutheran L. A. (iotuald,
pastor. Sunday school at V a. in. Preaching
at 10JJ0 a. in aud 7-33 p. m. Young people's
meeting at b V p. m. Wednesday evening
services at 7 4i o'clock. Everybody welcome.
Central M K Sabbath school at 9 a. m.
Preachlugrt lO.JUa m by Rev S.A.Ort. I). I)
or Wittenberg college, and 7:JUp. m. by Rev.
W. Runyau. 1. 1) . the pastor, ("eneral class
w-il' m. seats are tree. Strangers cor
North Mreet A. M. E. church May S, KJ7.
Preaching at 10.311 a. m. and 7:3u p. m. Sunday
school missionary nieetirg at 2-iO p. m. Class
meeting every Tuesday evening at s:sop. m.
Mraugtrs welcome. U. 1. Ross. pastor.
First Presbyterian, corner Main and Fisher
streets Rev. V. C Falconer. D. 1).. nastnr.
wlll preach at 11 a. m. and S p. m. Sabbath
school at950 a in. Young iteonle's meelfnc t
6.45. The public invited to all serv Ices.
Hrst Baptist -Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Preaching at 10.45 x. m. and p n. by the
pastor. Rev. ALU ilklnson. Sunday school
prayer meeting at 7 ?. m All are cordially ln
vlted. Second Presbyterian Preaching at 11 a. m.
and S p.m. by the pasUr, Rev (. H. Fuller
ton. I. U. Young people's meeting at 7:15 p.
m. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
S. All are cordially Invited to attend.
Congregational Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m.
Publicuorshlpatlla.nl. and 7:30 p. m. Rev.
S. P. Dunlap, pastor. Y. P. s. c. E. meeting at
6:JU p. in.
Lagonda tvenue Congregational Sabbath
school at 2-TO C. E. Folger. superintendent.
Preaching at 7:30 by Rev. Robert (Jualie. -Mr.
Qualfe will also speak alter sabbath school.
Second Baptist, south Factory street Rev
VUlton H. Boone, pastor. Sunday school at
9 SO a.m. Preaching at 11a m and at 7-30 p.
in by the pastor. Prayer meeting at li p- in.
Methodist Protestant. Pleasint street, be
tween .Market and Center Sunday school at 9
a. m Preaching at 10 TO a. m bv Rev. J I).
Trumbo. ami at 3 p. in. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday eveniLg at s o'clock. . J. Fiuley, 1).
High street M. E. church Rev. R. II. Rust.
I II., paslor Preach. ng by the pastor at 11
a. in. and p in.
Christ church (Episcopal services on Sun
day at 11a. m. and 4:.jd in. Sundav school at
9:45a m. Rev. John T.Rose, rector.
We Are Chuck Pull
of business, says Mr. ISrniuIom, of K. Y.
Hratulom & Co. Xeversaw anjthi'ii: like
it. Selling at the rate of GO to To pianos
and organ per month. The fruits of their
hail work ami fair ilealmg; an: now Le'n
gathered In abuuilance.
I A. SWINDLES
does not refer possible purchasers to Ms
VKUins. Ihe Athlopnoros uo. gladly re
fers sulierers from rheuuiatiiu, ueuralgia.
sciatica, nervous or sick headache, kidney
and liver complaints 10 those who fiareUrti
currtlot Ihesediseases by Athlophuros,aud
will furnish names and addresses of uianv
such versonsto thoe desiring them. Atlr
lophonw is the only remedy for these dis
eases that can stand such a test
J. X. Atchison, Druggist, London, Ohio,
says: "Athlophorus has the best sale of any
rheumatic medicine 1 ever sold. 1 do not
hesitate in rccoruniending it for rheuma
tism in every instance, as 1 have witnessed
manv wonderful cures from its ue. I could
not begin to recollect the many diiierent
cures it has made, hut had 1 known I
would ever Ie asked that question I could
havegivenabnndrej namesat least. I can
remember a few names in the city that were
badly afflicted aud owe their cure to Athlo
phoros, among them being T.J. Houston,
Mrs. W. LI. C. McCoy, Mrs. Martha Ten
ney, John Mitchell, Kobert I). Smith, and
M.M.Thomas. These are all well-known
citizens,and "HI confirm all I say if you
will call on them." During this conversa
tion Mr. T. J- Houston happened in the
store. 1'iion being questioned he said "I
have been subject to rheumatism for teo
years. 1 hobbled down here withthe assist
ance of twocanes, aud bought my first IhiIIIc
of Athlophorus. In two hoursafter I look
the first dose I came hack again to say 1
had no further use for the canes. 1'rom
that time 1 grew better. After using three
bottles which is four months ago, I hive
been free from rheumatism. My wife ha
alsoused it for neuralgia. Itseficctwilhlicr
was wonderful. It removed the pain almost
Every druggist should keep Athlophoros
and Athlophoros Pills, hut where they ran
not be bought ot the druggist the Athlo
phoros Co.." 112 Wall St., New York, will
tend either (carnige pudi on receipt t.t
regular price, vrlm h is $1.00 per Kittle
for Athlophoros uul 50c for Pill.
For liver and kidney dlseoes, ly(,pls In
digestion, weaxnesv, nervous de'ulit) illaos
of vum-n, i-nnstipaMnn, bend u lit rupure
blood, J.c Athlophoros I'Jls tire umiiualed
CVirt Coo, CoMi, nartnfcM. Ctooik Asthma,
i)im UJU(ii, iihij nrwt vHuuinir
Un. ana rrlieTe cotvuiFptiT
prrMms la AdTanotsf Uje of
IhotllwasAi In- S5rU. Cau.
tio. TL Ccouino Dr. r.nW
Vovgm Zgrup u tnM only in
tchit mpjr, nd Iw-ars ottr
ircistwtmi Trudtllarfc to -"rit ,
A ItuiTa Urn ttma Circle, a -
strip vaution ljx'cit ana tno
'facsimile imtaturetoCJtAn If.
Jtnll if A. V. Alrvtr C.. Sole
JVrp'a, BaKtniOK, ltd, US.A.
Chew Lance Pht The Treat Tobacco An-
Republican County Convention.
The republican voter ot Clark county are
requested to meet at the placet anil mi the
dale hereinafter designated, tor the purpose
o" selecting delctratei tothereoubncaucouniy
convention toe held at the ' Icwani, corner
of .Main and Center street In the city ot
sprtnctteld. Ohio, on HVdnesdij, .May 23. ls7.
at 1U o'clock a. in. Said convention will also
select deleinttes o repies ot 1 lark county In
the republican state conve.itlon. The follow
ing manner of selecting delegates hat heen
adopted by the central committee. And dele
gates selected In any other intnner will not tie
allowed to participate 111 the preliminary or
Conization of the convention. Officers ol the
primary meetings are requested to promptly
rc'tort to the .secretary of the central commit
ter the uatres or delegates selected In accord
ance with th's caM l the hours herein
named for th meetings In the various town
ships, precinc.s and wards, the republicans
present shall organize by selecting a chair
man, secretaiy. assistant secretary and two
juilt.es Delegates shall be selected by ballot
and no ticket shall contain more names than
the township, piecincter ward Is entitled to
In the convention.
The name of each person vot'g shall oe re
corded before the ballot is received by the
judges. And the receptacle 'or the ballots
snail be kept In a conspicuous p tee. and shall
not be passed around to receive the ballots.
The persons equal to the number of delegates
toMhlclitownshlp.prec.net or vard is en
titled to tn the convention receiving the
nignesi numiieroi vines snail im- tne delegates
nd the same number receiving the next
highest Mitesii.il! bf ;he alternates. The basis
of representation Is one de'egate for every
twenty votescast for J. S. Kobinson for sec
retary of slate nd an aildlt onal deletate
lor any (.actional pare ol twenty tu excess ot
ten. The apportionment being as follows.
lietliellp -Donnelsville precinct.
HelhelTp Med way predict . .. .
Bethel Tp New Carlisle prec net
iierman Ip Lawrencev lie precinct
Herman Tp--Tremont precinct
!reen Township . .. . ..
llarmonyTownsnip . ..
.Madison T ,outn Charleston precinct
Madison Tpelma precinct
Springfield Township. . .
City of Springfield First ward .
City of Springfield Second ward .
City of Springfield Third ward.
City of Springfield Fourth ward .
Cttyof s-prlngileld-Flfth ward.
City of .pringfleld .sixth ward. .. .
Cityof Springfield Seventh ward .
'tty of Springfield Klghth ward
City of Springfield Xlnth ward. .
Total ... 3Z!
The meetings In the city of Springfield will
be) held from 7:30 p m.toDp. in., on Monday,
.May 23, lssT, at the following places.
Hrst ward Sheriff's office.
Second ward Western engine house.
Third ward Central engine house.
Sixth ward Mayor's office.
Seventh ward Southern engine house.
Eighth ward Lagonda av enue engine bouse
The meetings In the various townships and
precincts will be held .May 21. 17. (Saturday.!
Time and places as folli ws'
Donnelsville precinct at Ilonnellsv Hie. 6 n
m. to 8 p. m.
Medway precinct at the usual Place. 6 p. m.
to 8 p.m.
New Carlisle precinct at Town hall, 6 p.m.
to 8 p. in.
Lawrencevllle precinct at Xo. 11 school
nouse. 4 d. m. to b p. m.
Treinont precinct at S. II. Jones's office. 4 p.
in. to d p. m.
Oreen township at Township house. 6 p.m.
ton p. m.
Harmony township at Piatt, burg. 6 p. m. to
Madrlver township at Euon.6p.m. to 8 p.m.
rieanani township at lownsiup nouse.ft p.
m. to p.m.
Pike township at Center school house. 4 p.
m. to 6 p. in.
.Moorefield township at Kenton school bouse
and at .New .viooreneld. 4 p. m. to 6 p. m.
South Charleston precinct at Tow n hall. 6 p.
Selma product at Lott X Wolford's shop. 6
1. m. to S p. in.
hprlngfield township at west county build
ing. 3 p. m. to 5 p. m
Where no place for holding meetings is des
Ignated In this call, they will be held at the
usual place for holding elections.
J. S. .Miles. President.
J. C. HoLtowav, Secretary.
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iold by tVjcriata
WAJtTKU General agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Itare chance, good sal
ary or .Vic on the dollar. Address, with stamp.
F. M. Weaver, Indianapolis, Ind. (Name this
srnteudluff Advertisers should address
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
10 SPBUCK 3TKEKT, NEW YORK CITY,
or SELECT LIST of 1,000 NEWSPAPERS.
Will bo sant fBtK ou application.
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CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGiSTh
Ihe Genuine hat Yrade Mark taX ensued Kct
iprt on wrapper.
TAKE N& OTHER.
CI.KKK OF COl'llT.
Jamfi II. Kabblttv will be a candidate for
re election to the oftice of Clerk of the court
of common pleas, aubjfct to the decision of
the republican convention.
Capt. VtiileyO.CummtDe is a candidate for
Clerk of Common Pleas, subject to the decision
of the Republican Convention ot Clark county.
P M. Cartinell will be a candidate for the
county audltorihip, subject to the action of
the republican contention BelfeWriR that ro
tation In office promotes purity of politics and
advances the party's interest, he will not ask
a third term. If nominated and elected.
II Taylor, of New Carlisle. Itethe! town
ship, is a candidate for county auditor, sub
jeel to the decision of the republican county
O F Sertlss will bea candidate forr-e!ec-tion
to the office of County Auditor, subject to
the decision of the County Republican Con
vention. E T Thomas W a candidate Tor County Vud
Itor. subject to the decision ot theCouuty He
S.A.Todd will be a candidate for re election
for County Recorder, subject to the decision
ox ine liepuoncan lonvetmon.
We are authorized to announce W . II. Howe.
of oiith CharleMton. .Madison township, as a
candidate for County Recorder, lUbject t the
decision of the Republican County Convention
John C Miller will tie a candidate for re
election to the office of probate judge, subject
to the decision til the republican county eon
Fletcher White Is a candidate for Probate
Judge. subject to the decision of the County
V. II Sterrett Isac-indldate for re-election
to the office of county commissioner, subject
to the decision of the republican county con
PEARL AND STRAW
FINEST ON EARTH.
Sole Agent for Springfield.
21 SOUTH CENTER STREET.
The dvelne. cleaning, renairlnz and Dress.
Ingot Ladles' and (tents' Garments a spec-
laity. The only place In the city to have Lace
Curtains cleaned properly. AH work war
ranted. GHAMPIQN SITY BATH BOOMS
The FINEST and CLEANEST In the City.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner West Hlju St. and Wavlnut Alley
Blank Book Work and Legal Ulaakaa'
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
Room t3 A.tctittu XIisIltliuK
BRUCE, HAUE & GO.
SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
For the least amount of money. We, in asking for the
support of the public, appeal to the good sense of the
people, asking them to inspectthoroughly before pur
chasing. This is the only satisfactory way to all.
Satisfactory to us because it will be found that all
our assertions are fully borne out ; satisfactory to
those who come and examine, for then they will be
able to see for themselves that we are far aheid of
all competition in goods and prices. PREPARE YOUR
SELVES FOR SURPRISES! WE HAVE THEM!
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
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If you intend buying a Bicycle or Tricycle, see the
COLUMBIAS AND VICTORS
The best, cheapest and easiest running wheels in the mar
ket. Second hand wheels taken in trade for new wheels.
L. F. OLDS
NO. 8 WEST
This is an age of special
ties. It is apparent in every
profession and branch of bus
iness. Every doctor has bet
ter success in some certain
class of disease and immedi
ately makes that class his
specialty. The people get the
benefit of his extra knowledge,
talents and experience in that
Our specialty is bargains in
Boots and Shoes, and it would
be to your benefit to call and
inspect our goods and prices.
GEO. C. UK l CO.
14 WEST MAIN .ST.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
SPLEXDID STOCK OF
NEW SPRING GOODS
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
14 EAST MAIN ST.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
WKoomi In Buckingham's Bnlldlng.OTer-
JWMurphyA Bro.'s Store.r
Speelal attention given to the preserving of
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Insurance Against LoaalnStock Operation
Circulars and Information on Application
The Theory of stuck exchange Specula
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Table of content mailed free. Every specu
lator should read and study this interesting:
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