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Republican County Convention.
The republican voters of tlark county are
requested to meet at the places and on the
dates hereinafter designated, for the purpose
t selecting deletates tothe republican county
convention to be held at the Icwam. corner
of Main and Center streets lu the ctt tt
primrueld, Ohio, on V ednesda) . .May fc, 1V
at 1U.1J o'clock a in ald convention will also
elect delecates to represent Clark tounty lu
tuerepuoucan state contention tile toiiow
idl maimer in sr ttuul unrcio i ai ttru
adopted by the central committee And dele
iral s selected In any other manner will not te
allowed to participate In the preliminary or
cauizalion ot the convention OAtcers ot the
primary meetings are requested to promptly
report to the secretary ot the tentrd commit
tee the names of delegates Rejected In accord
auce wtth this call U the hours herein
named for the meetings In the various town
ships. precincts auu wards, the republicans
present shall orc&nlie by selecting a chair
man. secretary assistant secretary and two
Judc.es lielecates shal' be selected b ballot
and no ticket shall coutaiu more names thsu
tbetonnsbip. precinct er ward Is entitled to
In the convention
The name ot each person voting shall be re
corded before the ballot is received by the
shall be kept Inaconsplcuousplace.andshall
hit: n-vr-i'icir- ioi tut' uaitun
not be passed around to receive the billots
The persons iiuat to tin number of delecates
to which township, precinct or ward Is en
titled to In the convention recelvlnc the
highest number of votes shall bo t he delegates
And the same number recvivici: the next
highest Tote shall be the alternates The basis
of representation Is one delegate for every
twenty votes cast for J Koblnson for sec
retary of state Knd an additional delegate
for any fractional part of twenty in excess of
ten The apportionment being as follows
HelhelTp- Honnelstllle prectnit fi
BethelTp- xiedway precinct 1
Bethel Tp New Carlisle precinct 11
vlerman lp-Law rencevllle precinct 4
Serman Tp Trt mout precinct 2
tlreen Township II
Harmony Township 14
.Madison Tp outht harleston precinct 12
-Madison Tp elma precinct 4
like Township s
s,prtm;fleld Township is
Cltyot:?prfni;neld Hrst wird M
Cltyofprtngfleld second want li.
City of ringrield Third ward t!
Cltyof spnngfltld l-ourth wird 21
City of .pringneld-Hfth ward i
City of pringfleld-vixlh ward la
Cltyof J-pringfteld .seventh ward It
Cltyof.pringfleld-Hghth wird IT
Cltyof s'prtugtield Mntli ward 11
The meetings In the citj of prtngtleld will
be held trom 7 TO p in to"p m .on Mondi).
May 2$. IssT. at the follow Ing places
Mrst ward slienlf sofue
s-s?ond ward U estern engine house.
Third ward Central engine house
ixth want Mavor's office.
eventh ward .Vuthera engine house I
Kich'h ward Lagondaavenueencluehouse
The meetings In the various townships and
precincts will lie held May 21. Ivi7, Oalurday
lime and places as toll ws
Donnelsvllle precinct at Donnellsvllle, 6 p
m to8p 111
Metway precinct at the usual place. C p. m
tos p m
New Carlisle precinct at Town hall. 6 p. m
Lawrencevllle precinct at No II school
home. 4 p m Iot m.
Tremont precinct at b II Jones's office. ( p
xn to b p. m
tlreen township at Township house. p m
Harmonytownship at Plattsburg.6 p m to
Madriver township at Knon.fi p m toSp m
Pleasant township at Township house, 5 p
m tob p m
Pike township at ( enter school house. 4 p
Moorefield township at Kenton school house
aad at New Moon-field 4pm to up m
outh Charleston pis-ciml at Town hall.ti p
m. to Sp m
telma precinct at Lott .V Wolford's shop.o
p iu to h p in.
-pnnKneiaiownsi,ai wesi county duiio
Inc. a p. m to " p m
I here no place for holding meetings Is des
lcnatrdln this call, thev will be held at the
usual place tor Holding elections
' J Mux. President.
J. C II0LLOW1T, ecretiry
EVENING AM) MEEKLY.
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IHURS3ST EVENING. MAY 12. 1887.
OUR HIGH WATER MARK:
Circulation March 4.
Cirrulation April 1!
Clr illation April 31
titei senator from Flondi
The wheat ami grasses are coining to tl e
front in reat shape.
What the iws'ple want is an open hi Id
and fair competition.
TheXew lork jiaKTs, irresiective of
part, commend Maor Hewitts apjioint
i5eliator I'nngle is la-uig prominenll
mentioned as a candidate for lieutenant
Kendersof the Kin n ir will tind it to
their advantage to scan careful! our advet
1 he ten-cent circus has demonstrated its
ability to draw crowds here, even through
mud sad a shower of ram.
The republican count contention meets
In two weeks and as the time prows shorter
the candidates grow corrcspondingl active
The question that is agitating the mind
of theavirage philosophirtiow l. how are
we to utilize thee hole In the ground after
the gas is all gone ?
Ilenrj (icorge's sympath for the lalmr
inc men comes high. It costs sevent-hve
dollars perpiikage with the name of the
author blown on ever bottle.
The streets of Sprmgheld belong to the
people, and no compati set king a fran
chise for gas mains or other purio-e. lias
an more rights than another. Let them
all have a fair and equal show.
General Beauregard, who is in controver
sy with Jeff l)avi, adt lses the latter to
kep still and live on the judgment of the
people as to his motives, ami not force them
to express themselves rpon his erfonnaiice.
xd advice, Jeff , bttter take it.
The Chicago icniM want the Illinois
delegation to go into the republican national
convention next ear olid for a candidate
from their own state, and nitntions Cul-
loui, Farw ell and Oglesb as men worthy
of support. Why have ou left out our
strongest man, Kobtrt S. Lincoln, Mr.
Uer t W ?
Ve are lieannif from otir
published April ilt, pting
a review of
the indu-tries of the citj. from all jiarts of
thecouutrj. There is no better way to
boom a city than to have her adiantages,
industrial and commercial, honestly set
forth as thej were in the trade edition of
Un KFiTnuc We are jet receding in-
jiilries for copies of the pajier and w hipli
se are unable to fill.
Tllt: II J II fITJVKMJU .
The English iiress is not eolnc into
raptures o er the - called Ainericau exhi
bition its we gather from the fallowing.
"The terdiet of the English prevt on the
American exhibition is pronounced m de-ei-it
e term". It is --entiall . stjs the
Tlme, a tradesman's exhibition In no
sense can it be hehl representative of the
industries of the Mates, as the Canadian
Court last j tar was rtpreMutatite of the
iloiniiiion This is, continue, the Iiiidx
I entire!) a private enterprise, the mini pur
j pose ot tthl.
ich is to pat lhoe who have
riskisl their inoiiev llie fiili Monidi
thinks jMsipIe will hinll uiiili rUke a lour
to West limitipton to cae with tWicj in
I to a rae of grinninc false In th or li,uid
lish clue,-or at an iroiirlail hrati-duster
j Otlitr pipers write m similar tone, all.
however. aciet mtr that there is a tn.it ileal
' worth seeini; now anii will lie more still
I when th exhibits are all read.
The scree st 11 more eniphatirallv tint
j the real show is HiilTalo Hill', uiericaiis
reall)we soniethiui; to him. Ilehasre
I domed trom something like contempt m
exhibition to which a ltritlh speculator has
I altaclusi the name Xnieriean. It was t'ol
.... . . .
i ''' no tirew iilkoi jesimiaj
eompiibsl at over .'ii.CKW.
to Earl's Court. The number of psiple
who went to the opening rerenionj was
ktiinll miiiin.riMl wlttt tliM nillllitllilt. w liii
r,, . I, ...1 t, ....... flu. Wll.l V..t Areluleamin
Karrar' l.raj er, vv Inch the English thought " '"' exhibiting no ,gns of mtoxi. ation
an incongruous element in the Thotramwastol.aveaU.ut lod.Kk 111 the
prooeeJlliBs, Colonel Utlssell's sihh-cIi. I afternoon and a hilie 1. tore tint hour mv
which thev pronounced that of a boinora- 'rt lade me Sol bj and left me at the
tor, Mr. Whitlev' address, of which the hbellourne hou Mj had w w rfeetly
,ij nothing Mile. Nonlica's ilneitnr. and clear up to tlm point Neither an of th
all the rest of the plitform periormance I P-irtj nor nivwlf was unduly exhilarated,
were but little regnrdeil. Imitations toilhrre u rone of the lstertisi,es., tho
the owning, which bad been s,-iit literallv
by thousands, were tnated simplj asinvi
tatlons to the Ullil et show. Nothing
struck me as moie remarkable than the
cind waj in which Mr. W'hitle) ami his col
leagues in thecerenionv were ignored."
The Zanesv die T11111 s iivsml v erj prop
erlv aks, in response to the southern s
sertion tint the I'nion arinv destrojtsl
their pniertv and their prospix-ts
"Who is responsible for the destruction
of propertv in the Shenandoah valle) during
Mieridan's raid? WI10 Is responsible for
the destruction of proiertv throughout the
soutli? ho kiektsl up the unpleasantness
that led to it all" Was (here am destruc
tion there U-fore or after the reliellion"
Who rcbelhsl" Who cot spinked for it""
Hailmad Coiiiiiiivsinner W. S Cipellir is
1 construing the law inaw.i that is unking
' the railroad coiiipanie tiirm Thev stvm
to think tliat the laws vvi re niade for them
and not frr the people, but we miss our
cues if Capellar doe not brine them to
THE LONE FISHERMAN.
Origin or a Noted Stag Character Hu
mor in Pantomime.
It Is not generally known that Mr
Maffit created the part of the Lone Fisher
man In "Evangeline " The character Is
so unique that 111 man plice the play Is
rememliered by this part alone The
Fisherman Is on in every scene, but does
not sjiefak a xvord, and his onl connection
with the plav is to burn the will in the
last act Mr Maffit said:
"Tht histor of the part i this- When
Mr. Kicwa a Is) in Xevv Kugland he
saw a panorama fitting 011 the stage, at
one side of the picture, was an old man
who had no business tliere and no con
nection with the show He vvas alisorbed
in the picture, und ns it wa unrolled his
face expressed a great variety of emotions
of pleasure, disapprov al, surprise, etc
Sometime he would laugh quietly The
audience quit wntching the picture
and watched the old man, who
made Sn immense hit. Rice always
rciuemliered him When Kvunge
line" was contemplated Kice came to inl
and a-sked me if I wouldn't do a non
speaking part in it. The matter rested
there for some time. ''Evangeline" was
produced in Xew York in 1874, nt Xiblo'i
Garden. Billy Crane, who had been the
buffo in an ojera company, via. the Ie
Blanc, and Ed Tar, then, as now, was the
King Louis Mestayer was Cathenne,
Fortesqne's part, andJ.it.ra Jojcr. iiow
Mrs. Digbv Hell, was Evangvline A fish
erman went on in each act, Imt all he did
was to fish He had no other business,
and at the close of the pliv he spoke a lino
and burned the will In 1S7.1 the plij
was brought to lToston, where mj part
uer. Bartholomew now with the Kirnlfy
and I were plaing Iticecauie to me and
reminded me of the jvtrt he had asked me
to play but said tlnrevvns no part there
unles I made it, which he lift it to me to
do 1 went to the nhc.1rs.1ls and con
eluded to undertake the character 1
made it tipasv ou now see it and intro
duced some of the busmc. It came
graduillv. though and largely bv ncci
dent t iirt I did not dance Then it
occurred to me to lill m n blank vv itli one
The Ix)iu Fislnniiaii s dance is now fam
"One night 1 took .1 fin out with me
for mv ow n iierounl comfort and sat f m
nmg mslf uim the rocks Ihe fan
made a hit and 1 .dvv.ivs cirntsl it after
ward An old umbnllivias lviiigmthe
prciiert room one night and Hook, that
on It added to the effect I vvas whit
tling a piece of wood with a jackknife
and I thought it would look nitural to
whittle it on the stage, n I hid nothing
else to do Then I luthought me of mak
ingnlxct 1 made it. ami mv business
with it vva to admire it That made
Jieople Hugh I concluded to go further
and work the Wit off the st.ui. That
nlwn m ikes 'em Liugh Of course the
lmat is pulled off lij h cord, but I etm to
fan It off. and mv astonishment at seeing
it move is what creates the fun The
business with the rat is a revival of .111
old pantomime trick, but the three c.ml
moute business 1, .-iiiHtlu r accidt nt 1 do
several trick. with cauls, and one night
lost winter I was showing tht lit to the
stage carpenters Wbea I got ou the stage
I concluded I would tr the tntk tliere
I thrt vv the cards and I aw that the auili-
tucc liecime mtereslisl. so I jut made it
u part of the regulir jierforiiiance, and
now I alvvnvs pretend to lie throwing the
card for some guv ' uione csiinetiine
Uts are nude rimoiig men in the front
rows that the inn call 111 card, but 1
alwnvsfool them rounerJonrnal
An .Ancient 1 rami I'vpnJ.
One of the old stand bv in tbe fraud
hue is the alleged iiewspatwr issued Jim
-I l'IKl tbelUsiOeof which is draiied in
mourning lcause of the death of l.ni
Washington whiclioccurred I Jet 14 lT'.l-l
The inu The L'lsttr Count (.a
tte. imblishevl t Kingston, N V and
wns of the issue of Jan 4, 1MW There
are lO.Oui) alleged copies of that alleged
newspaper cartfull preserved in the
homes of New York ami New England to
tlav, without any doubt But the owners
of these sheets do not know the fact
There was an Cister Count Gazette at
the time of Washington's death, and it
ery naturally pnnted something about
that event I'roKibly not 0110 copv of
that paper is in existence but ever week
somtbod pops up in Maine or Vermont,
or lovvaor Minnexita, and s.iv he has u
copy of that Gazette.
The simple truth about the nutter is
that some twenty rive or tvvtnty I vears
EO parties who w ere exhibiting an antitnt
printing press published thousands upon
thousands of this I'later Couut Gazette, I
because it was tasy of reproduction, and
ccruHi wuo -went to an agricultural
show that ear cot an I'lstor ru nntr fi.
ztte dat(sl lMm. .tnl nnntui th. .,
thebhon Thecare theboims mn (lit 1
are contiimalh rominir to th front q i
cenmnertlic-s Whv, more of them are
in exi-temv than tht'rewere .nnlin.in. I
ies of The I l-t r Countv Gazette nnntl 1
TTaliteri It Itotll Way.
Irate Mourner See here, I thonsht ou
said you had jour on hordes and tar
riaces Undertaker That's what I have and
that's wliat was used at the funeral.
Irate Mourner I supposed, of course,
the horses wire trained into something
like a respectful demeanor; but, sir, they
came back from the cemetery as if home
Undertaker Oh, that's what's the mat-
ter. Well, if jou wanted iorses which
would travel Jn mourning style both ""ays,
Wbr didn't you 0 to a livery Tid Bits.
CEREBRAL PHENOMENA IN CONNEC
TION WITH ALCOHOLISM.
Tolluto" Tells a Straus story Trip
from Dublin to I.oiiloii'.oiiiettiliii;
for scientists to look fter lloiihl
In King from Indon to Huhlm 1 had pur
cbswsl riMinl triple kits. The rout was bj
rail to Hollvhtal. on the ninst of Wales,
tueiio liv- stenmer a ns the lush set to
Kingstown, Ireland, ml then 111I to Dublin
fnderthx irniilince of Xlr Dillon's shit
tarv while visitins the vinous p.nnts of 111
terest. 1 was induced todriuk a Gissl deal of
Insbwhiskv The people whnin wo encoiin
tertsl were sue table and pressing 111 their hes-
pttaht), the more esjiecialle as the guest was
an Vmeritin, for whom it did out tssm that
1 the) could do enough
The Inst dav of mv stit the pot itions were
frvsjULiit and the leave taking elftiMte nud
I iimres4ve I never was foil 1 of alcoholic
1 " '"' '"" " a '-" ""'
whLskv wasa i.tireextnut. vith-ut headache
or oth rill after eir.x-ts XI) aw laics would
! tov off three glassy to mv
one the tut-All
raisod voices charai tenstic of lntbriety
There whs Mmplv a stimulated good feeling,
so to Fptak, when vve jwrted 1 called for mv
lull fund it and had a carnage sent to take
me to the dt t I entervd the vehicle, wav ed
a salute to the iortei and staited
It was davhght, and I vvas seated in a flr.t
class comiiartnieut m 1 railwav train I
glanctst out of the w intlovv and 1 ei-ogmzed the
heilge and the quaint farm houses of Eng
land Two men were 111 the compartment
liesides 111 self 1 glanced 111 their faces, uui
saw nothing to exi ito uncasiiit-s that i&
there was nutliing 111 ttuit eonv eivatlon or
their attitult townnl me to indie ate that
them was an thiu unusual 111 the situation.
A moment Is foiw 1 vv as in a carnage leiv nig
the Sbelboume house an 1 the next moment I
was speeding through England 111 fact itwa-i
net flv e minutes aft4-r I found niVM.lf in tire
car liefore the sjnoko of lxi ion li-gan U ap
jear on th honzon, and but a little later
when the tram halted in Huston station Iu
time, a rnilwa s measure it, the distance be
tween Dubliu and lioudon is saveutis.ii hour
For that penod, then, as it soon diwuedon
me, I had Imi unconscious.
Ieole who hive ever passM the liountLi of
sobneta in their use of liquor know w hat con
statutes the ordinary nature of intoxication.
There Is a variation, of cours-, acconling to
the nerve., the brain, the ph sical cimdition
r i the erson In the case of none, however,
does it happen that the moments of npjareut
insensibilit are reallv alisolute blanks. The
mtoxicaieil rsou w ill hav e dim gliminemigs
through the darkness in which he lingered,
that he iwrtod with this or that ik-p)h at
tucn a K)tut that tie mounttil a car or eu-
j tens! a carriage, or that he saw the acquaint
anco dunng the period of his drunkenness.
Such was not mv eviierunoe The ordinary
aform of intoxication leav es an impression of
a lajise of time of greiter or less duration. In
my ca.se the hotel iu Dublin and Huston were
separated bv no time save such the bnef
minutes lajisAil after 1 recovered conscious
nees up to reaching the station. I must hav e
lieen dnveu to the deisit, where I entered the
cars and was taken bv them to Kingston.
At that lvouit I mibt have gine aboard the
packet, and on reaching Hoi head I must
have gone from the lioat to the London train
Xow, all this was accomplished without dif
ficulty, for my clothing was undisturbed in
any manner, and mv watch, money and
everything else in place as they wre when 1
It is impossible to conceive that I was as
sisted into trams,orofT and on the boat, or
was earned, for the reason that my hair and
clothing were in jwrfect order. I had cer
tainly undergone no handling on the part of
strangers. I had evidently, if I may iudco
by the attitude of the two men fa the com
partment with ..m, neen guiltyof no indis
CJetion, or an thing unseemlv when entenng
the car. or thev would havevvatcbed me with
cunous glances when I woke
lu the condition in wnich I vas plunged.
for seventeen hours of which I have no re
membrance whatever, I must h tve apieared
no different from the ordinary traveler ami
have attracted no especial attention. In
other words, to use a common impression, I
must have lieen "drunk" to a mat extraordi
nar extent so much so that memory utterly
failed m and v et in a condition 111 which I
was able to conduct myself and my affairs in
a manner to attract no notice
Here were clearly two conditions in which
I was placed at the fame moment, each of
which is exactly unlike the other antagonis
tic in every pirticular I was two distinct
persons, one of whom was intoxicated to pro
found inseiisibiht,and the other of whom
was able to select routes, thange from one
class of vehicle of transportation to another,
to hand out tickets preaimibl in all was to
conduct himself so as to le above the sus
picion of leing in an abnormal condition. I
was grossly intoxicated in one sense, and not
the least 111 another Hal ni inebriation
been of the usual chancier I should have lost
the greater portion of iu remembrance of
what occurred, and I should have been help
less in bmlis and incapable of locomotion.
sisveh, or intelligent intercourse with others.
Involved in this experience must be some
cerebral functions that were not operated m
a normal manner 1 be phenomena of the ex
penenee. jwint to brain conditions that are
little or not at nil known, and vv hose possible
ivsuics are innumerable and likely to be start
bug Assuming the truth of iny contlusimi
that while in this dual condition there was
one jart of me the dominant part that was
able to transact business, to have the apjs-ar
once of entire sobriety, it is eas to com, iv e
si'uations in which broader consequences
might have ensued. It u pcKsible to fane
that while thus conditioned I might have
signed notes, contracted a" marriage, commited
larceny or even murder w ithout hav ing the
slightest consciousness of it w hen 1 resumed
niv normal state
I havu exrienced the ordinary and com
mou results of the av erage f onii of inebriet
often enough to be eutirelv prepared to re
move ui Dublin joume so far from the
cerebral domain of the other I make this
avowal concerning an ei rieiice in the
effects of intoxicants the more readily 111 v lew
of the fact that for man ears 1 hav e been a
total abstinent 111 ngard to every form of
stimulants not exclusive even of cider.
fohuto in ( hicago 1 lines.
.hJ III iii. It, Ir.. T. in. Onlj.
Dutli tlic lassrid frs kle iiur feature- sixv-
Ami ilu-ki tan jmir fact- oVr-iian"'
Hae juii atul iniiiles, lint no sweet tlim-
Is jimrsKiii quite -illtm, ur uriMsy like
Are jour liaiuls a -iijlit. ami ,iriu ami nts?k
CYim Ih-iiit: lioiiulj, Infoine at once
l so (.'haiuiilin's I.niuiil IVarl
Of the -ix million uonitii in llraril onlj
lulf a million can reail oi unte. Ami In
the n iiiote tli-tncL-. if a man In- occasion
to leave limne. lie look- up Ills liou-e and
nits In- wife in a toment until lie returns.
Tin I atorite.
Tlie mot tmimlir dentifrice of the Ia is
SOODOVT lVmile iirt-ler it Uvatise
the hae fouml bi firu-nce that it realh
'h. - s lo what is clainusj for It; that it Is a
ceiiiiinc beautilifr of the teeth: tint it is,
a" ,,s ln,ne iWl)0vr Mirmlies a tme
I,rexerame of them: that it imparts a
1'lea.sant aroma to the breath.
the puns ro- and healthfull) linn The
fuonte amomr dentifrues, therefore, is
It takes the tusks of 71,000 elephants ier
ear to stippl) the world's piano kejs, bii-
liant balls anil knife handles.
SHILOH'S COUCH and Consumption
Cure is sold by F. A. Garwood on a guar
ntee. It cures Consumption.
Many ladies admire gray hair on some
other person but few care to try its effects
on their own charms. The need not, since
Alex's Hair Vigor restores gray hair to its
original color. Sold by druggists and perfumers.
gnn Is ( oiirtid
11 pttsotis who. attacked b a mild form of
rheumatism, neglect to ttk piompl rein f
Subsequent torture Is prevented bv an im
mediate resort to Hostetter' Stomach Hit
ters Slight etiMisiire. .111 occasional draught
will beget this piitiful malad), win re there
1 a predlsM.isition to it in the blood It is
not diilicult to arrest the trouble at the out
set. hut well nigh liiimssible to 1 radicite it
whin mitureil No evidt nee 111 relation to
this siipt rb blood depiiK nt is more positni
than tint w Ilia b est iblisbes its 1 IT l i as a
primitive and reuoslv for rh uuiitistu
Not oulv is it thoioiigh, but salt whi h tin
M gt t ihle and mineral poisons oltin liken
as 1 ur ilivi-s ol tin-disease, ale not lie
sidis evpellmg the riiiiimilK virus from
the sstt 111 it ov nouns fevit and agm
billloiisni-ss, loiislipitioii and dspi psi 1
It is fashionable foi Now 1 otk isseiuhlv
nun to weir silk skull taps during tin- sis
sions It hides tilt ir bildne and gives
the IsmI a more reverend apjH'.inme sn
far onl black taps have bet n worn
"VV vv rvvy would enjoy your dinner
j W and are prevented bv Dvs
tesla. Use Acker's Dvsjh psia Tablets,
'lhey area positive euro for lJjspepsia. In
digestion, FlatuLncy anil Constipation.
o guarantee them. "5 and 60 cents.
Prink II. Coblentz, turner M irket and
A oung Irishman, who hid just an
nouneed his 1 ngagi nient, was askt d ' nd
when did ou proKse"" "Faith ' said I e.
-b starlight, audi got lit r answer 1111
SHILOH'S VITLIFlt is whit on
nt-tsl for i-oiisiiinption. Loss of Vpintite'
Dirziness, and all smptouisof l)n'psia
Price IU and Tl cents per bottle. For sile
b F. A. (..wwood.
Outm Pocffti. Cnld. nftarnMCrmiiv A
1srnsj Id u-anvl utat or
badiKs Int25cti. (it.
ffoa. Th Genuine " rui a
(ugm t-fTp u nl w(y tn
trkttt imirrvr. anl lnmir
rrpKtaml Tradts-llarksj to - t
Ktarrd tradt-Marksj to - t
Wt!todini iirctf aFi
-trtp Caution -a'r, and the.
far-imllelinatunof J An It
Umlt T A f r Jlrvrr f O k to
Chrw I,nr'a Pla Th crrat Tobacro An
tiwtfte:-lTico lO LU.-&0U tjr all Drugeitx
cm i:k or un i:t.
J imt H Hahbitt wilt be a can.iliit.ite for
re We.. ion to theoMc. of Clerk ol tlieiourt
of common pleas subject to the decision of
therepublU in cotneutfon
Capt hinley O ( umntitmn H . mdlil-tte for
Clerk of toiiimou iMe ih tublt.t tottiedecltlun
of the Republican Contention of tlark tounty
r M (nrtmelluUl bt a cindidate for the
couut auditor-ship, tubject to the action of
the republican contention Ilflietlni; th it ro
tation iu ollke promotes purity of politico and
advance, the part' Interest, he will not ask
a third term, If nominated ami elected
H Taylor.of e Carlisle Kethel town
hip. it a candidate for count tudltor tub
jett to thedecWionof the republican muntv
0 K tertis will be a candidate forre-elec
tlou to the office of County Auditor, subject to
thedeilstonof the County Republican ton
E T Tho man It ncundldite forCounly ud
I tor. subject to tbedecitloa of the County Ke
h. A Toddwlllbeacandfdste for re election
for County Uecorder, subject to thedeclnfon
of the Republican Convention.
e are authorized to announce II It owe,
of Ntuth tharlenton. Madison towunhtp. at a
candidate for County Uecorder. tubject to the
decision of the Kepublicau County Contention
I'KOIt Ti: ,11 1K.I'.
John ( Miller will be a cindidate for re
election to the office of probate Judge, subject
to the decision of the republican county con
Fletcher White In a candidate for Probate
Judge. subject to the decision of the County
W II terrett is a candidate for re election
totheoftlce of tounty commissioner tubject
to the decision of the republican county con
L, .i--rcV- Vrrl
Fmltfxly thrhighent ej-ertlrn-
K tnmltlitifitirrtu my tuny
jry A Jtirontrg tn JttJitinttltrrrcies.
CL. jy ( t name
jfyi ou cvrr wtltf
f l s V.
? t. ,-i
Agents for Spriv hfld
Rouse & Parsons.
MALARIA OR. PILES,
NICK lIKADACIir-niMIt a;it'os
Tilt: UUWtl.V SOL'K STOn tl ll ami
BEI.CIIIX;: ir jour Toixl lines not as
nlillttteU(l j oil tiMtt? tio Mipetlte.
wlllnire thfae tronblc. Try llivrn;
3011 liateiititliiiiictiftlostv. hm will Kuln
at 1 ifiorouw boil . l'rlre, 3t. ivr bui.
applied to any kind of pain or ftoreness, in&t&nt
dee. SeTer Aohe, Strains. Kidney Iuewcs,
BiieomatUmoranysortof MreneM In any part
yield Instantly to tn rain illlln and trerurtn.
enlnff propertie of the Hop Plaster. Virtue of
ireaa uops, Bturmar xiicn ana roreifn aunu
tea in a aweec ana nerer-zaiuzur J
Uaed and recommended bv honta r
I by In
tuytQ, an: ( oior ivcrywflcrtJ. JtiaueuiOI
prioe Propn01'KJL3TERCO .Boaton.MaK,
people, 3dc 1 B for Sl.ererxirnerfl. JiaUedror
These Washboards are made with
a Hent.s ootl rim. The Strong
est boards and best washers in tb
world. For sale by all dealers.
Take no other.
A;i;VAY M'F'G CO.,
I ha, a positive rtmeJr fur the abovedlsuse. belts
nte thoQsendsvf cetrs of the wor.t Sln4 and of fooe
tftOdlnebsTO been cared Indeed osironrlaroTUUh
In Its efflrtrT. thet I will eerd TWO BOTTLaa FRKK,
together wlih a VALUABLX TBRATIPX on this dlseaea
'A acr SBflsrer. Glreezpreisandl O addreas.
un. T. A. aUJCLU, 111 rearl8L.hs Tatk
EVENING, ILVY 12 1887.
(omblalnc IKON with H IU )(.FTAHIF
TOMCS, .jalrtlj ami romplfOlj ltASO
tod K.M.KHtS THIS HMMHY. ilrkfin
(hf.rtl.nof thf Hirrand kidiPj". fInUi
lajarr Ih trrth. ran hrftdarhtnrprodarrAB
tlpatlon-AI I, OTIII It IKON SLDUMEN IX).
Phj-fiician and Irujr;fints (vr7hr rvcomnieDd it.
Dr. X S Rcoolts tf Minm,Mi,Mii "I
rwc.nmn 1 bnmn k Irtrn Hitini a valuattla t.filc
f r fnncbinx h t l.t,l antl TvnmTimt all dyBprpU
0)-nJitutu.ft ll !. d 4 Ditrt tht IMth.
DR. R M Drum. K-ynol!a. loJ . aaya l
hav pmtrnt! Ilnmn Iron Bitter in caw f
anirmia aoJ LI 1 dntaw, at whn a timic wa
ntli. and it haa prod thuruugtily atufa?lvirf
MK Wm HTBfS.aiSt MarjStNttwOtlnaDa I-a,
,) " Brown's I run liitten r-lis?tl roo in s (.am
1 1 1 mm! piDMtiaw ami I hrti!jr utmuuoud it to
tbs. nisvsjinc a irni jsunlirr
MR.W W MoNAllis, I'uMuitil it. AU m;i "I
nar btn tmuUttd fntu cbildb m) with Imiiure
JIUkh and emj turn m my fao twi UuttltM of
iiruwn'a Ipmi llitt"r ttli.licl k psrftct curt I
cannot ntak. tnuhiatUlj f thi taJuaWemrjKnw"
0Dnlne baa at voTrado Mark and rnwd rvd lint
on wrapper Titkt un otbrr. Made only by
UUUV N 1 IU MK AL CU II I.TIMOUL, MU.
Prot Mine for the appointment of policemen,
and niKlit w ttchuien. prescribing their du
tltnandtlxiiu their compensation, and re
pealing an ordinance protldlni: for thea
poiutmeut of policemen, pissed May is, lsc
buTiol He It ord lined by the touncllof
theUty of prinKheld. Ohio. That tliere shall
!w appointed uinually by the mtor. with the
consent of council at hie! of police, an assist
antchief of police and twenty nine policemen,
who shall hold tluir retpeitite offices for the
term of one yetr uui until their suceetjora
are appointed and ti itifled.
m i lhi polueatid tlcernthereof.under
the direct u f the in tj r and In conformity
with the ordut tints of the city, shall su pres
all riots, dhttirbiucet and breiches ol the
peiie pursue and irrest an pertttii lleelUK
from justite. in any ptrt of the state, appre
heixlanv in 1 all persons in the ict of commit
tluKanotlt nseagiinstthelawtof thest iteor
theordlu tnctt of the tity, or the by 1 twt and
regulittons made by the trustte of water
works for the iirotet tion of the water works
of tald tit) and forthwith bring such person
bt-fore the police total ftirexamluatlon.audat
all times diligently and filthlully enforce all
sucli I iws.ordlu meet md regulation! for the
pit str itlon of good order and the public wtl
t treas iouucll mi iy ordtln tin) shall hate
tte powers conferred bj I iw and thall per
ftirm all duties imposed upon them by 1 tw and
the ordm tnces or Mid iit. or by the rules
ird regulitions now or here titer a ioptedbj
m The poliet iu 1 officers thereof shall
ne tinuer me Kneru nuperinienuencr eti cur
m tyor who sh til from tune to time prescribe
their In ursof duty, and who sh ill hate power
to suspend mj policeman or officer of police
for tuglect of dull, misconduct or other suffi
clent c msf . and m iy appoint other persons of
the reserte police foret to fill such temiHtrary
tacancy. and the maor shall report such
suspension with the c iu.e therefor, tocoun
cil at its next regul ir meeting
-k 4 The chief of police shall from time
to time, subiect to the approval of the major.
aslgn the duties of the asstt tut chief of po
lice and the be its of the policemen, and the
chief of police or the isslstaut chief b his di
re tion shall is often as he nny deem net es
sirytisitthe different bt itsand asiertaln b
personal Inspection whether the seteral po
lice men are ditch trgin tht Ir duties, and any
neglect of duty or misconduct shall Ik forth
with reported to the nnyor. Ihechief of po
lice shall execute ill processes to him directed
by the judge of the polite court, and sh ill. by
himself or m officer of the police to I- byhlni
d signated, ittend on the sittings of the police
ttturt, to execute the orders and process
thereof and preerte order therein
-m Ihe s tlar of the chief of police
shall beat the rate of eighty three and thirty
three one hundretlis M i doll irspermonth,
of the assistant chit f of police atthera'eof
setenty 7U) dollars per month, and of eat h
policeman at the rate of sixty )) dollars per
month, payable out otthectty treasun.and
before entering upon the duties of his office
the chief ot police shall gite bond In the sum
otone thoutiud dollars, and the assistant
chief of police ind each policeman In the sum
of sU hundred dollars, conditioned acconling
to Iiw. to the appiotalof the mayor, with two
approted sureties residents of sild.ltt
-ir t lUe nnyor. with theeonsentof coun
cil mav appoint, on the ipplication of any
Perso i firm or company, who shows thene
cetsit thereof, any number of night watch
men to do duty atanj pi ice within the city at
the charge and expense of the person, firm or
company by whom the application Is made,
and the night watchmen so appoint, d shall
before entering upon his duties git e bond In
lh same sum and condition and approted In
like manneras that of a policemen, and dur
ing their term of holding appointment they
shall possess all the powers of a policeman
herein prest rlbed and sh ill be undt r the gen
enl superintendence of the mayor, and shall
weir such dress and emblem. or either. as
council may prescribe, and m iy be suspended
or remoted In like manner is a policeman
etc i ne m tyor is here by authorized and
directed to appoint nnnutlly a reserte police
force, con sitting of twelte persons, subject to
connrmanon pi council, who sh ill b subject
to the t tine rulet and regul ttfont an the reiru-
lir force, and shall. when upon duty, hate the
tame powers and pritilegesatid receltethe
same compensation pro rata 1 hey shall only
becalled upon by the mayor to nil vacancies
on t he regular force, unlett otherwise ordered
b resolution of council They sh ill be under
the control of the miyor and chief of police.
Tht y tli ill hold thelroffices for the term of
oneyeir and until their successors are ap
pointed and quillflrd. and they shall glte
bond aad betiualifled In the same manneras
the regular police uy or all of said retme
forte nny I onlenM m duty at the pleisure
of council for suth If ll'IIi of time anil at such
M ires in sitil ilty as iouucll miy by resolu
,i s policemen and nlcht UAtclinien
are lierel required to fortliwltli take all per
sons arrested hy them forlolitlnu of the or
dinances of the tity. or ucused ofamlsde.
meiuor. before the police court if In -esslou.
and If tile nolice court is not in session then
before the clerk of the police court, who may
-tamii sucii person 10 nan ior ins appearance
at the lien sittini; uf the police court or
mayor, as the case may be. and Indefaultof
ball an) person so arrested shall becoulined
in the station house.
M ' ny person or persons ttho shall re
sist or obstruct any policeman or nlicht watch
man in trie perform inre ot tils duties, upon
(omlctfou thereof, nhall be fined la any sum
not less than tine dollar nor more thau titty
dollars and costs foreicii offense.
t-m 10 That m ordinance entitled "An
ordinance providing for the appointment of
politemen.prescriblnc their duties and IKIne
tneireompeusuiou, pissed May IS, lsvi. be.
andthesime is hereby rejtealed. and this or
dinanie shall take effect md be in force from
and after theeirllest period illoued by law
1'isse.l May Hi. A I) lvC
W II 1ILI fc. l'esident Tro Tern.
Attest J '"iim tLTia, CltyLlerk 111m
fcrptiiu .1 plat of ItH UM out by Mm Lena
.M arm I un. la idJitlon to thfcltyuf virliiK
"mtion 1 Rett ontalrifil by the city council
olthf ittyot sprinEflrM.UIiio. That the pi a
ol lotn UM out by Mr Lena .Mnrmlon,
hs if the date of May t, 17, la
ulJltion to "ifd city. H hereby accepted, and
the streets and alleys designated thereon are
hereb) dec) ired to be public streets, alleys
aud huh way or said clt
Kr 2. Mid acceptance Is upon the express
condition thit siid city shall be foreer ex
erupt from the payment of any damage uhat
et r. and all persons shall be foreter barred
t from malntiimm: any claims for damiues
a;ilnst said cltv n suiting to property abut
ttni: upon any of said street and allejs from
1 thecridlni:. cutting, tllliui: or other lmpro
luu or rrp.il nut: by siid cit of an ot said
str ts or alleys
" This ordiunuce shall take effetl from
and afterits Irical public itlon
1" istfd M iy lu. A U ls7
. II 1ILKK rresldent ProTem
Attest J iiKALTfcB.llty i-lerk, 111m
and the In
1' teution if touiicil to make a nubile lin
pnnemeut hy chaui:iui: the gratle ot a portiua
, of -iirinsirt-et.
' Ueslved by the council of the city of
1 iiri!n:flelil.0liio Hut it is in cessaryand Hi it ,
1 It luteutls to imkea public tmiiroremrnt b !
iluiiKini; the untie of a portion of prlni:
I Mt-uiuuiiicai luecruieon inesouia side !
Main street, thence south Vv feet to the north
lineof llii;h street, asi.enl siifeet. theiiLe
south MJ feet to the south line of High street,
li el. theme south 374 feet to the a mtli lineof
Washington street. tlesenlltIl liiifeet Mid
grade to be accordini: to the r itile thereof In
theofllceof thetlty enuinetrof this city, for
the Inspection 01 all pirxiesinierested therein
Jti soled. further. That the city clerk be and
Is hereby directed to cause leiral publication
tobemadeof this resolution and H 1 ,el
wicks appointed and dtneted to sere leal
notkeof this resolution uon ill theonnera
nf property abuttlm: upon said portion of
the abuttlliK propertv lsassessetl
Passed by Council May 10, 17.
. ll.ULKh. I'rtsidentl'roTeni.
Attest J .MlIlALTK,'ltvClerk. lllam
Sherifl's S.ile ol reronal Properly.
I'ur-u int to the c nnminil of an ext cutlon
of tie istued fioin the court of common pie ts
of rnrk count j, Ohio, and to me directed and .
delitered. 1 will otter for stlett public auction '
at the south door of the court house of said,
county. in the city ol MirinKneid.Ohlo. on
.lIonilnt.Mn) lC.lli.A. I). 1SH7.
At ten o'clock a. m .the follow int described
j;oods and chattels tontt
One prlncleld endue complete, number
eicht hundred and setenty two
" ihl uoods and chattels appraised at 5775.
Mid itoods and ch ittels to be sold by order
of the common pleas of Clirk county, Ohio, in
cs.se No Sotl. wherein hprincfield hnuine and
TresherCo Is plaintiff and J. A (lee. e t al. are
Terms of sale: Cash
V. ILLIAM B. BAKER.
Sheriff of Clark County, uhlo.
0 CAST Mahtin, Attorney. In7as
AM. DKW.KIJS Kirn II.
At tho Following Prices:
One Barrel, - $5.40.
1-4 Sack, 59 lbs., 1.35.
1-8 Sack, 24 1-2 lbs. .70.
BUI ONLY M BEST
Ij- .A.l ji V! lli' 1
M S t
InillspensiiMe In Hot Weather.
W. H. SCHAUS
44 S0ITH 3IAKKKT STREET,
Only the Best Beef, Mutton,
Lamb, Veal and Pork for
Wm. Grant's Sons
16 . High St.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Uornar Well lllgli t. ami Waluut AUnj
Blank Book Work and Legal Blanks a
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Solicitor of American and Forrltm
IN AtT rTtM MlTTKKd
Room 5 Arcade Building,
BnnrhAirriiclps. WashlnKton, D.C., Lon
ion, Lni;,; Paris, France
K. VONt KKNK,
Rooms 5 Jt 6, .Mitchell Block
S. E. Cor. Main and Market St j
ITU or aCHixo tiitb carrio
HS. LIMHOCKEK, ss nd57 Arcade, Print
er, Enicrarcr and Fashionable Stationer. !
n eaainxcooas ana caning cams a specialty.
A. OHOSS CO , UNDKKTAKKItS. '
OftlCrt and Wareronm. IR W Ueln ee .
Residence IWW.IllKh at. I
.mHRHKEUVI 14 WEST MAIN' ST.
iHl P IHll I IQ QllN
LUIIISOrTBll L. BiBRSTT AHOS'B BOOK
170 West Columbia, street.
General Book Binders and Blank Book Mann
JrHee'.NrrTOSia tWbllitj cerad b
itetsmaisc? AerTessstt.r. aesasa.
Hub M.Jiem. Co, IS N. Iltai t.,
rbUUelshia. es. 6ld hr aU JJreicbu.
pwiwwi WWWM.WI .wimmi iiiawiiogfcsBatiiSMBawfliiBKoft"Si 'A wv:SjS5&-
JO DDUBT ABOUT IT 1
BRUCE, H AUK & CO.
SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
For thD least amount of money. We, in asking for the
fiipport 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.,
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
lSPecialtv- The PeP,e 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.
2Z! 19B tH e M II II I III II 1 1 I I
ttSaSSil (Btv jTL wiTl.
Oesn't cure evi?rvtfiini?
fi noted bfivsicieui oncestid
man and Q out of 10 Women
If your clruthist or cealer qasn'tQRlC
ne Will bet it for you. Insist on fpvn6 it.
SACHS, PRUDE N JFC0.,3flVTPW,o:
SICHS-PRUDEN3 G'NQEifflLE fs sold all overlie World.
V IIOI.EMALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS IX
.TACIfSON A. SPECIALTY.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITES BLOSSBURG.
Agents for Hnrd Coal Co. and Franklin Coal Co., of Jackson, 0.
Office and Yards: Corner Washington and. Mechanic Streets,
Springfield, Ohio. Telephtirc 254.
Gas and Steam Fitters.
Steam Fitters' Supplies, &c.
2(5 South Limestone St.