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REPTJBLTO, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 31 188T.
Tlie only brand of Laundry Soap
awarded a first class medal at tho
New Orleans Exposition. Guaran
teed ntwolivU'ly pure, and for general
lioux-hold purposes i tlie very bea
EVE.MNH AX1 WEEKLT;
The REIT BMC prist, the Sfw Tcrk id Wr -
lent Iworiatrd Press Iil.pstrliesiad the Heeler
Cable (Forclgp)Tel. eramn.
C. M. NICHOLS.
THOS. (I. HltOWN,
SPBIIEFIELD PUBLI5HINS COHPAKY.
Publishers and Proprietors.
THE KVKNINO KKI'UIII.IO Is published
every ennlos except Sunday, and Is dell-
erea at me rate ol luc. per ween, aiunie
THIS WKKKLY RKrUIILIU Is published
every Thursday, and Is one ol the most com
plete ramuy newspapers in mo country i
eleht pases, markets complete. Repietr
lth news an.l miscellany. It per fear,
Invariably casb In advance.
All communications and conlrltmtlons
should te. addreed to Oum M. A'moti".
Slllor.andall business letter to Tuoms 0
UEN T.LIC miLllXO,
Telephone No. 50.
TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 31. 1887.
REPUBLICAN tllNll TICKET
CE'tKiiK C. KAWL1XS.
JOHN i MlLLKll.
O. F. SKltVlSS.
JAMES II. KAHBITTS.
S. A. TODD.
JOHN M. STEWART.
OUR HIGH WATER MARK:
Circulation April 2
Clrrnlntlon April 2
Cincinnati a well as Xenla has struck
sew er pas.
Ceneral Kennedy delivereil a line oration
at Dayton Monday.
Memorial day was eeneraUy ob-oned
throughout the country.
Governor Hill, of New York, has vetoed
the Vedder (hlch license) bill.
The Fourth of July orator is now begin
hIiir to corrugate his may-he brow.
Hon. K. V. l'oe, of Wood county, Is en
dorsed by the republicans of that county as
a candidate for state auditor.
We are tinder obligations to Hon. (Jeorge
C ltawlins for a copy of the "House Man
na!" of the Sixty-seventh Ohio Ceneral As
sembly. Senator Sherman had a cordial reception
at Chicago, Monday, and he has consented
to make a public address in tlie city named,
at an early day.
The president hascaught a lone, solitary.
sickly trout, at Lake Saranac. It was
rather mean in him. He ought to have
taken one of his size.
Coxenior Foraker must have made a very
good speech at the unveiling of the Stead-
lnan monument at Toledo. We notice that
the old Bourlmn chaps haven't got done
kicking at him vet.
We are indebted to Mr. Geoigell. Knight,
of the Bee Line road, for a copy of the
"Union l'aclfic Sketch Hook," a magnifi
cently illustrated pamphlet of U40 pages,
and one of the finest things of the kind we
Colonel Furay, of the OhUt StntJimr
mil, made a memorial address, Monday, at
Ironton and a good one. Mr. Furay is an
rffective speaker as well as a graceful ora
tor and at thesametlinea keen and strong
There seems to be a doubt In the minds
of some jHMple as to where the lepublican
national comeution should Ik held. There
ought not to be any difference of opinion
on this question. Cincinnati is the central
city and Music hall is the biggest ami Ix-st
hall ill the country for holding such ncon
ventlon. Administration organs are lalioring to
show cause w by an extra session of con
gress should be called in October. long
articles are apiearing in the columns of
those papers which tend to show that they
are simply doing the bidding of the admin
istration, attempting to cultivate a public
We take pleasure in making record of
the marriage of our old associate on the
ItErrnuc, Mr. Charles E. Folger.who was
also a fellow-soldier with ns, for a few
mouths. In the I'liiou ariuy. Mr. Fiilger
is a gentleman of sterling personal quali
ties, who has acquired, by his god work. '
an honorable position in journalism and a-,
a citizen. i
The annual comeution of the Clark ;
county Sunday school association will be I
held at Hlattsburg on Friday of this week,
and there should be a large attendance. It
should be understood by our local Sunday
school workers that there is a great deal for j
them to do, in this city and county, during '
the coming year a gieat deal in the way!
of actual evangelical, aggressiw Sunday
school wurk. I
Tlie Uxislatiire of Ohio has enacted a
' statute by the application of the provisions
' of which the pvoplr of the state can secure
pure lood. The protection against adulter
ation Is complete. Xot only Is the law
ample In it provisions, but food commis
sioner have been appointed, and we are
lad to know that they are active and vigi-
lailt. Not long Since Commissioner Hirst
found samples of maple syrup In this
. . , .. ,
cinittlu: if mania uitidi In th
cltj" that were largely comtiosed nf
glucose. Now glucose may not Ih poison-1
ous. We do not know If it is, or to what
extent it Is unwholesome, but it is certain I
I that it Is not maple syrup and the act of
selling it as such is fraudulent. If srocers
I will ailveiti-e a mixture of maple and glu-
mm; and sell it as such, at a price to corre
spond with Its merit, then nobody will have
a right to complain. But there are adul
terations in numerous other articles of food.
We see, from a recent issue of the Toledo
(Viimicirdif, that Hon. John J. (ieghan. of
Cincinnati, assistant food commissioner,
hRs been Iwkingaboutin the "future greaf
commercial metropolis and that he has dis
coveredas was discovered here that
some samples of maple syrup contain T4
per cent, of glucose; that the celebrated
"Bee Line" fraud has 3S percent, of this
"stuff" in every tub that Is sold. Then as
to baking powders and this feature has
been radically and scientifically treated
In the advertising columns of the IlK
pi in if we may say that Commis
sioner (ieghan finds that "a large quantity
of alum is used in the manufacture of some
powders." anil that physicians say that the
eating of alum In bread or biscuits is inju
rious to the health. Mr. Ceghan reports
finding large quantities of "bous" cider
inegar, so called, and has had the Libels
on the liarrels changed to corresjwind with
the real character of the contents. "In
Cincinnati." Mr. (Jeghan says, "stale beer
and corn slops are used to make vinesar."
What do our readers think -of that? We
warn then to make sure of what
their vinegar is composed tiefore they
buy it. if a food commission
Is not within reach, let Mr. Virgil Coli
lentz bo consulted. If gtwers would apply
to Mr. CoMentz ami put his certificate on
their packages of good to the effect that
they w ere genulue, neither they nor their
customers would make any mistake. The
adulterator is not true: the retail grocer
buxs his goods of the wholesale, dealer,
who Inns in turn from the manufacturer.
Therefore the grocer should demand
that the goods he buys of the
manufacturer should be pure.
There Is one fact to be considered In con
nection with all tins, and that Is that many
people do not themselves wish pure goods:
or rather they are so anxious for, and so in
variably, call for and haggle for cheap
good, that adulteration Is employed to
meet their demands. Pure and good food
products are worth more in the market than
adulterated products. I'siially, thev are not
low-priced; for honest manufacturers can
not put their goods on the maiket at the
same prices which are asked by the adulter
ators for their bogus and jioisoned goods.
One of the first things which ought to lie
done Is to induce the Erie people to build
an indeendent line of track of their own
through Springfield, from Shattuc on the
the north east, to Durbln, on the west. This
is greatly needed. The convenience and
facilities of shippers to say nothing of
passengers would be greatly promoted. We
w ant the F.rie people In here on a track of
their own. so that they will be entirely in
dependent of other lines and can comiete
with them all.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Forty thousand people attended Buffalo
Bill's show Monday.
The Italian deputies have granted 521.
000.000 naval credit.
A three-story brick building In St. Louis
collapsed, burying several men In the ruins.
Thirty of the I'aris fire victims were bur
ied from Notre Dame cathedral Monday.
Fire damaged the property of the Door,
Sash and Lumber company, Columbus, o.,
to the extent of S15.000."
At Lexington. Ky., Eugene Fojle has
Iks; ii acquitted of the charge of murder of
Captain Lynch u Connor.
Hlch placer gold claims are reported as
just found, located near Golden City, Ark.,
the assays realizing from SCO to j.V.i per
A Tornado passed over Upper Sandusky,
()., Monday afternoon, doing much dam
age to trees and fences and some to build
ings. Three brothers named Johnston, I'nt-in-Bay
fishermen, while being towed by a
steamer, had their boat capsized and were
Miss Nannie Lutz. of .leffersonville.Ind..
In her sleep walked out a second story win
dow and received internal and it is thought
Sam. Bernard, recently released from the
Louisville jail, walked 1.17 miles in two
days, to Lmdon, Ky., to appear In court to
answer the charge of murder.
It is claimed that the cases reported as
pleuro-pneumonia among cattle shipjied
through Evausville. In-!., are only a sick
ness caused by bad distiller" slops.
The Fanners' Institute for tlie county of
Ontario, Canada, passed a resolution in
favor of tlie removal of all trade restrictions
between that country anil the United States.
The sculling race on Lake Calumet be
tween Raudaur and Hanlau was won by
the former, who took the championship of
America and SS.:iO0. The distance was
three miles. Tune, 1!:34.
In a nt of insane jealously l'lillip Bie
inann, a Cincinnati cabinet-maker, attempt
ed to murder Mary Lyons, his mistress.
Th-y are both recently from Cleveland, and
he is said to have a wife living In Erie, l'a.
The French ministry is officially an
nounced. Ceneral Ferron succeeds Hou
langer as war minister, and the latter asks
for leae of absence on the score of ill
The pojH! will treat witli Italy only on
the basis of restoration of temporal power.
The ameer of Afghanistan has defeated
tlieChilais, and anotherrebelious tribe has
The winners at Latonia Saturday were
I'at Daly, (5ov. Hoberts, Lakewood, Santa
lene. Voltigeur, 1itta Wall and Kaloolah;
at the opening of Jerome I'ark races, Han
over, IchI Ban, Hypasla, Orirlamine, Blue
L'ne and Mystic.
Base Ball Baltimore 12. Cincinnati 2;
Athletic .1. Liulsville 2; St. Ixiuis S. Brook
lyn 7; Cleveland 10, Metropolitan 1: Metro
politan IS, Cleveland 2; Athletic S. Louis
ville : St Iouis 'J, Brooklyn 3; Princeton
11, llarard 10; Washington S, IndianaK1is
1: Philadelphia 2, Pittsburg 1; Detroit 2,
Bosfui 1; Chicago 12. New iork 11; Indi
auaolis i5, Washington 5; Pittsburg C,
Philadelphia 4: Chicago :s. New York 2;
Boston -1. Detroit 3; Wooster 12. Mansfield
.; Kalamazoo 7, Mansfield D: Columbus lfi,
Sliibenville 12; Wheeling 11. .anesville !);
Akron 14, Sandusky s; Kalamazoo 14,
Mansfield (i; Nashville 9, Charleston 5;
Stubemille 1(5, Columbus 12; Ixigaiisport
15, I.afajctte 11.
Mrs. S. M. Montfort, formerly of Shili
to's, Cincinnati, is prepared to do all kinds
of dress making in the latest style- Good
lit and stylish drapery guaranteed, Jfl west
Washington sit ret
JOURNALISM AND MATRIMONY.
.Marriage of Mr. Charles E. Folder of the
"Kally Gnrettr," to Mix. Jn; Kir.
At half past eight this Tueday) morn-1
Ing, (May 81.) Mr. Charles K, Folger, for ,
many years on the editorial statl of the j
Daily IiKPiiiuc, and now on the start of !
the Dallu Qnzrtte. of this cltv. was mar-1
rjwl ..,,, rpsldenro nf tlm hrMV i.arenU
I on south Limestone street, to Miss Jessy
Howe, daughter of Kev. and Mrs. John
, Howe. The bride has been, for some time,
.connected with the tttrm iiiiil YWa-Me. so
' that the union Is in a local sense, a journal -
' istic affair. The programme of the cere-,
. mo.iv is as follows;
i .- i .. o ,,,., -
Invocation by Itev. Samuel V. Dimlap, of
the Coiigiegatlonal church.
Marriage ceremonv. conducted bv Itev.
John Howe, father of the bride.
l'rayer by Ilev. Hamilton A. Ott, of
ltrookville, Ohio, brother-in-law of the
The wedding breakfast was a most satis
factory feature ot the occasion, ami all that
any one of the guests could have desired.
The presents were rich and abundant.
Among them were a slUer coffee pot and
hot water tot, from the members of the
Congregational choir, and a fine secretary.
from Mr. Folger's newspaper friends of the ,
GuzGtc. Hnrrm.ir and .SiokIki Ncic edi-i
torial staffs. i
There were present with Kev. ami Mrs. i
John Howe and the bride and groom, Mrs. J
John W. Folger, Misses Ellen anil Ida ,
Folger, Mrs. Henry E. Folger ami -Mr.
Harry E. Folger. Kev. Samuel P. Dunlap, I
Mrs. Abby A. Keith, .Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Nichols, Sir. and Mrs. Charles H. Pierce.
Mr. Bruce Moffatt, Itev. Hamilton A. Ott
and wife, (sister of the bride), of Brook
ville. Montgomery county, O.: Mr. Hubert1
T. Nelson, of the Gazette; Miss Ella Bar
tholomew. Mr. and Mrs. E. It Cheney.
Miss Adra Hutchinson. Miss Sue Leclercq,
Miss Mitchell, Mr. Isaac Frantz and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Keith, of Terre
Haute. Ohio: Miss Fanny P. Howe, of the
r 'unii (iinJ FfrrjoMV, sister of the bride, and ,
Master Barton Howe, brother of the bride. '
Mr. arid Mrs. Folger left on the morning
Bee Line train for Boston, with an abund
ance of hearty good wishes. Both bae a
host of friends, gathered aUuit them and ,
fastened to them with hooks of steel by'
their sterling personal qualities. Especiall
do the newspaer people of Springfield fol
low Mr. Folger and his worthy and attract
ive wife with their earnest good wishes and
Annual Meeting: of the YVmilllp Home
Miwiloiinry sKletj ofCentrol C'liurrh.
The annual meeting of the Womans'
Home Missionary society of the Cincinnati
conference, will be held in Central M. E.
church on Thnrsdaw June 2. Opening ex
ercises at 10 a. m. There will lie an ad-,
dress of welcome by Mrs. Dr. ltunyan. re- !
sjionded to by Mrs. F. A. Aken, of Cincln-1
nati. Keport.s and other business will be
the order until noon.at which time luncheon I
will be served in the lecture room, to Un
delegates and meniliers of the society. I
Gentlemen are cordially invited to lunch ,
with the ladles at 2.1 cents per capita. f
Tlie afternoon session will open at 2 ',
o clock. There will be a number of inter
esting pajiers. question drawer and elettion
of officers. The evening meeting will lie
gin at 8 o'clock. The special feature ol the
evening will be an address by Mrs. Angle
J-. Newman.of Nebraska, subject. "IsMor-
monism a Heliglou?" A live theme, and the
lady is reputed to lie a gifted siieaker. A
general invitation is given to the public to
a'tend all the services.
Another sprintleld Colony Wants Iloont
The Hotel nt the Camp.
The executive committee of the Urbana
caui-iueeting met at the office of Secretary
H. M. Crow, Friday afternoon, with a full
A committee of young men, consisting of
J. P. Hance, J. C. FriedrlcliandA. U Har
riott from the First Baptist church, ap
peared and asked the privilege of the camp
meetlug hotel at the coming meeting. The
board leased them the hotel for S2.10, sub
ject to the privileges and restrictions here
tofore governing it
A meeting of the entire board was
held on the grounds, on Unlay, May 31st
1S57. The object being to consider tlie
question of locating more cottages. There
is a movement on foot for another colony
from the Champion City and they want a
Messrs. O'Neal and Mmuiier were ai
pointed a committee to superintend the
grounds this year.
Everything Is looking to a very good
meeting this year. The preaching promises
to be the very best that has been at a meet
ing for some years. Urbana Citizen.
A Spread to lieiTenat tlieArrnde Hotel
Tonicht for the ation:il frenlilent.
As previously announced In the Ilerrii
lic, a banquet will lie given at the Arcade
hotel this (Tuesday) evening by the Spring
field wheelmen, in honor of the election of
Captain Thomas J. Kirkpatrick, of this
city, as president ot the League of A nieri
can Wheelmen. The banquet will be a
very swell little affair, and a handsome pro
gramme of toasts has been arranged to fol
low the banquet. Only a fuw invited
guests will lie present In addition to the
members of the bicycle club. Following is
Toastmaster . C. W. Constantlne
1. O.S. Kelly "The Champion City"
2. T.J. Kirkpatrick "The Wheel"
3. W.T. Stlllwell
.. "Ohio, the Home of Presidents"
4. Paul A. Malry ...
The Champion Cily Ulcycle Club"
5. C. M. Nichols.... "Journalism on Wheels"
t. L. Weiielbuum "Tripod and Bicycle"
I. F.Mlliahan Awanletl Another ItlgCou.
trnrt nt Jliiyton.
Mr. Daniel F. Mlnahaii. the well-known
contractor, was jesterday awarded the con
tract for the construction of a big sewer at
Dayton, Ohio, one mile long and eight teet
in diameter. Tlie work will amount to
about S100.000. Also the contract for
changing the channel of Wolf creek,
amounting to 32.1.000 more. Mr. Minahau
is one of our "solid" contractors, and will
do the work to his own credit anil the sat
isfaction of the Dayton authorities.
I. II. A V. Ky.
Grand celebration of the anniversary of
the application of natural gas in mechani
cal arts at Findlay, Ohio, June the Sth to
10th inclusive. The almost phenomenal
growth of findlay caused by the discovery
of natural gas and oil, renders it one of the
most interesting places at any time, but on
this occasion the citizens have arranged a
most extensive and elaborate programme,
which will consist of inspection of the great
gas wells, oil fields and manufacturing es
tablishments in operation. Competitive
drill of the Patriarch's militant military
drills and parades and band contests for
which prizes ranging from 82.10 to 51,000,
will be awarded. A sham battle, laying of
the corner stone of the new rolling mills.
glass works, iron and steel mills driving of
the silver spike on the belt railroad, laying
of the first rail of the Electric Street rail
way, grand illuminations and fire works,
banquets and balls and numerous other at
tractions. Tickets will be good going June
7 to 10, and returning until the 13th, inclu
sive. One fare for the round trip from all
stations on the I. 11. A W. and Ohio South
ern rallwa) s.
THE MIKADO ON A BIC SCALE.
LiMal School Children to Enter Into
Mr. Charles W. Benner. of Columbus. tt '
bob-royal good fellow and prominently coi -1
neote.1 wm, theatrical matters in the Capi-'
a City, was in the city ye-terday. Mr. I
iu,,i,..r i.ri,, i tint uin 1... .,i ,.r..at
i i . c. ......,..i.i I
I1IICH."1 HI IlllHlril(riUJIriMl vllIimiMKl, I
! ' '
iiH Is engaged in an enterprise similar to
that of the "Naiad Queen," which was pro-1
tuci )iere two sea-oin ago, with such sue-'
cess, ittit Mr. Benner Is working on a ,
1 higher plane than that openlj juvenile can-
tata. and instead of miisery tunes and baliy
frolics. pr.luces the superb and ever Hill- i
ful "Mikado. I
, ,, 11MHlef procmlu'elsto.lrillsejentj-1
five or a hundred !k1 scIkkiI children a
i liibnth or so in advance. Ju-t as i:i the i
case ot the Naiad Queen, in the choruses .
of the Mikado, and they then appear in :
connection with his company of twenty-he j
people, which he carries. This will make I
a magnificent volume of sound, and the
opera will be produced with an amount of
spectacular display never given In any pro
duction. Those who remember the be
wildering scenery of the Naiad Queen, can .
readily see what the scenic po-Moillties of
tlie Mikado might be. A chorus of -ZuO
voices is )elng dililed at Columbus and f
Springfield will be the next city, probably.
a' which it will be produced.
Home-grown strawberries, fresh every
day, at the Arcade grocery.
J "The Gr-Mtect Care on Earth for r&tn. W1U
' reUT mart quickly tian dt other known rwn-
b. dy: Kbeutnatum. NeiirIjr4,
Bwniinffs, sun k, untH,
ro, I'lrnrur. bon Fret-bit-,
liarkach, Oulnur, Son Throt,
rVitic- Vtoand. Ilraulifhn.
TuothftcM. Kpr&itt, etc. lrtc
ttrti. a bottiV, ttokl by ail
nitfc-M. tuuon. -Tlw jrf a
lirrT uln S-ilraTiun thl Ivan oir
OC V TveULfrrd Ti-viv .rk. anJ our
fatVffmlto SJCTthirt. A. IX MeyT Jt ts, tJol
frTvf-mor lultlmore. Mi-. U. & A.
Dr. Bull' Couch Hvrnn will
Couib t one. Vrlrooalr 35 Ct. m bttil
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
SHOULDER and BACON.
PURE LBAF LARD!
For Family Use.
1 6 E. High Street.
MONDAY, JUNE th,
At One o'riot P. 31., in Hie Im
prored Part of the City.
lieorge.spencewtll sell his Lots on Western
Aenue. North.' Jackson and Cedar streets.
Itasaml Water Works are on the streets; they
are all opened and Improved; there Is a build
ing boom all around them. The most central
and nearest to business of any offered at auc
tion. TKltMS One-fourth cash, residue In three
annual payments, with 6 per cent interest,
interest parable annually, secured by mort
gage on the premises, lor further In forma
tion inquire ol
J0HX P. WALTER.
WHELDON & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE AM KETAIL HEALERS IX
JACKSON -,V SPECIALTY.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTH RACITE & BLOSSBURG
Stove and Kindling Wood.
Agents for llurd Coal Co. and franklin Coal Co., of Jatkson, 0.
Office and Yards: Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
Gentlemen, I have no old stock to offer you at so-called reductions prices, but I am offering such
That I am always full of custom. What better inducements can I hold out than good, fresh, stylish All-Wool
Suits at $8. $10, $12, in men's sizes; $4, $5, $6, $7, $8 in boys' sizes', 13 to 18 years; $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3,
$4, children's sizes, 4 to 15 years, short pants. Do not be deceived by would-be competitors' death struggle
for trade. You can always find genuine bargains, square dealing, strictly one price. Goods exchanged or
OOR2STER. :M!.A.I2Sr JLN1D l&JLTUZJEn? STS.
CHILLS and "FEVERS
PAIN is the HACK & SIDE?
KIDNEY AND LIVER
OR SALE BY ALL DRVG0!S7
The Genuine hu rade Miric And dotted Re
-te on wrapper.
TAKE N& OTHER.
On North Limestone and Cecil
Streets and Northern ave-'
nue, in Tier's Addition
to the city.
j. j. Mccarty,
51 SOUTH LIMEST0XE ST.,"
Presents a splendid line of Suit
ings for Gentlemen's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
Indispensable In Hot Weather.
W. H. SCHAUS,
44 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
Is receiving the choicest and most select
ed stock of
Dress and Business Suits
That are well made, neat and nobby, and
i they will be sold as low as the lowest,
taking the make and material into con
sideration. All styles of
All the leading styles in Neckwear, Cel
luloid Collars and Handkerchiefs.
NO HUP IT
BRUCE, H AUK & GO.
SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
For the least amount of money. We, in asking for the
fupport of the public, appeal tethe 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.,
Contractor and Builder.
rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and specf-
Store and office furniture made toorder: also
f.cations furnished on application.
Center street. sprlDitllnld. U.
"TECDE3 OLD XIXjXA33E.X1"
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
WEAR ! HOSIERY.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
WMurpby A Ilro.'i S tore.-
Special attention aires to the preserving ol