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REPTTBTJr, W'KIVNKShAY EVE-NTNG, .ITXH 1 1R87.
CEMENT!
PLASTER,
Hair, Fire Brick and Clay,
Chimney Pipe,
SEWER PIPE
AM-
FITTI2STGJS.
A full stock always on hand.
CHAMPION
COAL AND ICE CO.
!: South Limestone St.
KKI.l.Y,
l'reldent
M. M. IIKIKIKM,
tvcTreaj.)
ll VOilKS. Manager.
Springfield $rpubUc
.,.,...., .vii un'Liv
r.U.MM) AM nhhkLl.
Ikf UKPI'HLIC uliti tS tori tad Wm-
Ura iMM-Utrl fi liU'M4t K,tr
Ct.U(ror.-lM)Tt'rai.
MCHOI.s,
ritKsll'KsT.
TIKIS. 1. HIIIIWN,
8k.CT AMITRIia.
SPB1KEFIELD PUBL1SH1HC CDMPA1T.
Publishers and Proprietors.
TI1K KVENINH UKfUltLIU Is imbUfhed
evert evenlnic eicept Sunday, and t deliv
ered at the rate ot trie per week. Stnxlr
copies 2c.
THK WKKKLV KWUHI.IO Is published
every Thursday, and l one ! the most com
plete tanilly iievispapers In the country:
rlKtit Jae. markets complete. Kepietr
with news and miscellany, tl Per year.
Invariably cash In advance.
Alt rommunlrt!.uu ant contrlliutloui
hould be aadressrti to Ciiitos M. Nichols.
eoitor.xnJull business lettcn to Thojus ii.
ikift . manager.
KEITHLIC lil'lUHXG,
SPRIKOFJELD. OHIO.
Tlephon No. 50.
WECNESOAY EVENING. 1UNE 1. 1887.
REPUBLICAN COUNTT TICKET
Kepre tentative.
i.EtlKiJEC. RH'LI
I'rutmtr JlMKr.
JulIN . .MILLEIt.
Auditor,
ll. F. SKH l..
Herk.
JAME-s ll. KM!llin.
lleconler.
S. A. lllll.
ComniUsiouer.
H.ll .-TKKKKTT
lnfino:ir Wrector.
John m tk kt.
Coroner.
j.m. liKXNfrrr.
OUR HIGH WATER MARK:
t'ir-iillioi Mitrrl) 4.
I'lrculation April - .. ,
Circulation April 21...
. 4,n."0
lo.r.oo
The citien soldier has left Washington.
We want cheap fuel and the Erie raihvav
in Springfield.
The average democratic new spaier is-till
lirniK away at the LirirT.
The international Sunday school conven
tion i in session In Clncaico.
The Zanesville lhiily Courier has recent
I) Iksii enlarceil and iiuprove.L
The Toledo lice i- havinc a his fast jires
made lor itself. It had to have it.
Chautauqua seldom i;ets left. It has
even had an earthquake shock, at last.
The tinest strawberries of the season ate
now in the market. They are home-grown.
A woman (from Ohio, as a matter of
course! has lieeu elected major of Arsonia,
Kansas.
Anarclnst Spies is in very poor health
and his friends fear that he will not live to
le handed.
Thurm.ui m-ciiis to he. ill spite of hiui
S'lf, the greatest fii;i're in democratic ih
tlrs in (lllio.
Colleges and hlh schools will so.ui begin
to commence- thit is to say lieein to com
mence to i)uiL
When the cletk reatls the roll of coiiucil
men anil calls '"tlreen, Korn," etc, there is
an occasional smile.
Unwell won the hve-niite bicycle cliam
inoliship of the world, at Wolverhampton.
K iglainl, Tuesilav, May "It-t.
It is not iiiiirsiientlv tlie fact that t'ie
man who urges liaruinuv expects to secuie
It hy m.lkinir every Ixuly do as he wishes.
There has leeii much improvement under
the new management of the Lutheran
KmwicJM, of this city. The paper has a
til deal in it and a good deal that is
K)oi.
The Matisliehl .V man asserts that
there is "grandeur in the heavens." If he
hasn't discovered that there is grandeur on
the earth also let him attend a base ball
match.
lticjcling is one of the most useful, prac
tical and sensible of all methods of recrea
tion. It has vindicated and glorified itself
in thousands of instances. The wheelinen
are growing in numbers and strength.
Chairman Coiistantine said, at the wheel
men's liainiuet, that I'resiilent Thomas .Jef
ferson Kirktiatrick was a Chesterfield. It
wj.s evident, from Ills line and original ad
dress, that ho was not a clietnut-lield.
.Mr. Blaine is now Roing to hiirojie to
sp-ndaear. Kurope will discover that
Mr. Ill.iuii- is a good deal of a man, and if
Kurope treats him well he may give her a
few jmiiits as to the construction of fences, j
,,., r. . 7: T- '
Wheiever .Senator John bhennan foes. .
lie looms. His (.teat imalities and Ins '
splendid record render him conspicuous
atmim; men. Vet a gentleman of simpler '
r ipuetrr manners It would be difticult to
limi. i
The crown prince of Germany Is ill. but
Ins -Jin, lid vMMtlil succeed him, is a robust
v tiling man of tweutj-niiie ami lias a gcsKl
irojMirtIim of his grancliiiother's bliHxl in him
the ejanilinotlier being Jueen Victoria,
of England.
Colonel George K. Koss, fonnerlj of tlie
lailiduu (0.) Tiiiw. afterwards ot the 0iln
Miif Joiirmil. and sutiseiueiitlj' an attache
of the treasiirv deiartiiient at Washington, '
has just dieil. at Chicago, from a cancer in '
lus stoiuacli. lie was a man of guml char- j
acter ami line irsonal iiialities.
Here i a steiuticatit lurasrapli from the
Ohio republican centra! mati the Sfiifi
Jotirniif
In some jrt of the Mate there i ohjei--tion
to the Aniett law. vvliicli m- into ef
fect. far as unveil school are concerned.
m the oeiiitii; of the term" net eitem
tier. Mixed vImkK liave lieeu the order nt
tlie la in Columbus for some time, and
the Rive general satisfaction. Ve-ana-sun"
iiiii friends thloimlioiil the st.ite that
'they will all le satisfied after the lust vein
ltid tlieie is nullum; in the incttl.iw n.ak
I ltiK niKeil schimls i'tminK.r. It leaves
' the subject odlonal with the local bonds
of education, and those who are liovvlim.
are dolne -o without cause 01 provnentioii.
WesiipjNise this to mean that, it theeol
, ored )eole of am coiumunit) wish to hae
I schools til their own, with colored teachers,
i and lMtards of education wish them to lime
' them, there is nothinir in the rnett law to
prevent. Hut. een then, if a colored pu
, pil asserted his rleht to co to a white school
I ill his district, it would havelobeeonceded.
We do not cet out notions of the nivver
and dignity of the pn-s from the newspa
pers. Journalists almost uniiersallj de
preciate and Iterate eich other, l'.ach news
paier man reoottiires one perfect public
journal and that is his ow n but no one ot
the others agrees with him. If the itiem
ler of the press cam: vumld unite to ele-
vate and exalt their profession, it woiiM lu
letter for them anil for the ieol
1 Miamishuri:. Miintfiimerv i-oiiutv Ik low
I i it) ion. nas struck gas at a uepin ot r.-u
I feet. Springfield Urri ill If.
,. It tniist have rcouircd an awful ellort of
! will lHiwer on the part of lSrotlier Nichols
,,.,. this Uuis. closo to 1 1.,) t,.,,.
Da) ton IVin.J.
Not at all. We concede that gas gushers
i arr ,.,(,. ,1,1,1111011, een inside of I.nton"s
I pity limits. The) blow iiiostl) through the
liwspajH'rs.
' Sir Charles Iilkt s.is- "When we look
1 towatd America and the land 111 the south
ern seas, w e lmd some ground for hoping J
1 that all which we hae Ix-en taught to lie-
lieveof human tirocress is not a lie." Sir!
Charles does not seem to have made much '
"human progress" himself -eeriainl) not
I ill the right direction.
We feel like olleiiin; a tlious.iml dollars,
for a Imiv vvIhi is too old to enjov 11 oil
.tmiLc. Hut vve do not livl the tlioiisaml
dollars. Then .t craj-heailett boy who
didn't like to read H'oii .ticnl.c niiiildti't
lie worth the money. The .lime ihuiiIkt
has arnvisl and "1'ierce has it" several of
it."
A week from nevt Snnda) will ! teller-.
nlli i.livAriiMl Oi V in.rii!i 4 liililnttc .1 i I
"'- "" '
-as it oueht to be. We uulit to shiiiI at
'leastonedavintlieye.tr in honormi; the
little jeiple of the universal Yankee nation
I w lio are to rule it and w leld its forces in a I
' few years. ,
I IIiivt to :! ltealtli and Ilrautj.
1 &i lmirli a to the value of jnsre air. It
j is of e-jH-cial ellicacv ill elevattsl repoin,
I and its irid elfects ar the inoio evident
the Inalier the climlier ascends and the I
more muscular effort he puts forth in the
ascent The Ini inhalation apparatus,
UiUis and medicaments are of hut tem
porary alue if no compensation is made
for the loss of vitahtv and of muscular
tone, especially that of the heart and ves
sels; if the blotxl st.xsis in the glanils and
other organs does not yield to an increased
flow of blood in the arteries and veins, if
the thinned Mood does not liecome thicker
and more rich in albumen: if the accumu
lating carlioim and is not cvpelled lij a
more plentiful supply of oxygen, if the fat
debited in the IkhIv is not more rapullj
oidirsl, and if the kidneys are no", made
to act more eflicientlv.
Hut all tin- cir.ts are prodttetl, ac
cording to .lecobi. Ijooiiiis. Voi Ocrtcl
and other authorities, more certainly and
more generally by mountain clinil ig
than in any other way whatevi r After
several weeks spent m inountani excur
sions, the condition of the patient is radi
cally clrmgcd for the better. There is
an "elasticity in the mental processes in
place of the former helt'tude; will,
thought ami impulse Hs?in to move on
wings, the formerlv dull sensfs are sharp
ened, the formerlv half closed eyes
sparkle, and the Ilabbj cheeks liecome
fuller and rosy, the formerlv prominent
nlidomen is reduced to more seemly di-nien-ions.
notwithstanding that fml and
dnnk are taken with greater relish, and
the chest h expanded New York Medi
cal Journal
llie lain tir a Dug.
While .standing on 1'enn avenue the
other dav. a well known dog fancier re
lates. Ins attention was attracted to a
noble St. lleruanl dog trotting leisurely
along the avenue evidently with some ol
jective point in view He continued his
journey until he leached the car standing
at the termination near Sixth street, mid
then he stoptied chw liesitle the convey
ance. When the car st.Arted on its out
ward journey the dog carelessly lmarded
the rear platform and comfortably .set
tled down on his haunches in evident con
templation of a free ride. Ills reKise,
however, was sunn ilisturlied by the ap
pearance cf the conductor from within,
and his dogsbip alighted lit more of n
hurry than he got on l'luln-ophcr like,
he made no disturlmuee but waited Ii
tiently fur the next c;ir, which he Imamcd,
with the result of u !-iliiil.ir ejection. It
wo evident that his dogship had much of
.lobs chief chiiractenstic, for that -same
dog giit on six different cars, from each of
vvlmh he was unceremoniously lmiinceil,''
antl when last the fancier siivv him hewa
waiting seteii-ly foi the opportunity to
make another attempt I'lttsburg lla
zette Tlie ltmeHte .it lliiine.
Tennyson's home in the Isle uf Wight is
a modest one he has only one man ser
vant in the house, but it is its comfortable
and pleasant as most households of the
bnme class It is the iniet's manners and
customs vv Inch give it its individuality
It is understiMMl that isiturs do ntt ills
turb the great man's ways anil that he
liehaves in pri'Cisely the same manlier
when be has cuuiMiiy as when he has nut
Kvery morning, in bail, ram or snow,
the Iitiet dons his fniwsv cjip or his frow-
iiier slouch hat .mil promenades for an
hour or sti. none daring to disturb him
Kvery day at dinner a lioltle of jiort is
placed liefore the host, aiul 'J'cimystin re
tires u it h it (generallv when dessert conies
on) and leaves his guests at the table. The
jMiet is to lie found in his .study with his
bottle by bis side and a bilge ibick gla.ss
holding a pint This i. Kllnl half with
irt and half with water, and the lnrd
siilemnly fills and r.'llll- till lmttle and
glass are emply . Iondoa Times.
Itiimitii l.ititrlies N.it l'iitil.ir.
Onrdeinoisi'llcsaren ncliinrli jkirties.
each of which Mas adMi t mlur ellow.
pink, blue or fineii V one given
table was hitil liv Lijiersuf velltav viax
, in vellow shades, tht r was a irofiisiin of
ellow ttilnis. the iluiiur serviie was
'decked with Iniw of vellow riblmn. and
the (guests wore more or less jellovv A
Koinan lunch was proiMistil lv a ilassnal
damsel, but was found to be rather Iiicon-
Tenieut. eietiallv the tustom of mtviiii;
emetics to the quests at ihe (lose of the
th)n, conrvt. at , (Im. ,,. namr0
miKht Mipplv a rweptacle for more iI
cheer Such a practice would not lind
mucli favor here Washington Cor C'ln
"' Tribune.
Dig Torn 1 iritis.
Some of the largest corn j lelds of tlit
countrj have Ihsmi produced by level,
shallow culture. The Krouiul is prejinnsl
byplovviiiguiiilcrlightly luru vanl uuiiiure
some little tune tirevioiis to sisslimr. The
seed is Mivvn in drills, and when a btandu ' i
gaineil some khk1 coinniercial fertilizer is
sown to help the c roji along.
Tlie distance from Xew York to Sun
Francisco by Caiie Horn is l.l.yOU miles;
distance by the 1'anama caual, -1,-200
miles.
(Hailstone sajs cuercioii is iiracticHll)
BettleJ for the lm-sent.
BLOOD POISON.
Throe years ago I contrac ted a blood poi
son. I applied to a physician at once and
his treatment came near Killing me. 1 em
plo) ed an old plij siciau and then went to
"K I then went to Hot Springs' and re
mained two months, but nothing seemed to
cure me permautl), although teuiiuirar) re
lief was given me. M) condition glew
desperate ami I applied to a noted ipiack,
but 1 did not improve. I then used a prep
1 aration which was prescribed "gratis." but
it contained too much alcohol ami aggr.i
vatirl ni) sufferings. 1 then placed mvself
under the treatment of a noted Nashville
phvsican and for a time was liciiciitcd, but
ti) I .ill I leturneil home a ruimsl mail plivs
icsllv and linanciall). with but little pro-,
peclot ever getting well. M) inonev U'liig
exhausted. I did not know what to do. In
M.i), ls.s,", inv nuither persuaded me to
get a bottle of" It. II. II. Iinade in tl.intal
ami I did so to gratifv her, but to in) utter
astonishment 1 had not finished the Iir-t
bottle before everv ulcer had liecli healisl.
To the preent imie I have usetl live iKit
tles and have leccived more tn'netit tli.111
from all the rest combined; and I am satis
hislthatlt.il. H. Is the most wonderful
blood piinher ever liefnre known, and 1
urge all altlirteil )oiiug men to tr) one sln
ble iNittle ami W coiivinrnl. 1 can trul)
sav that I Hunk it the best niedic'iie in the
world .. T II vt 1 nrrov
JUuiV, (i . Ma) 1. Issc.
VERY NERVOUS
For limn) )ears I have Invn alllicted with
ltlicumati-.m couibiuisl with some Kiduc)
Troubles. Indigestion tmall) addtsl to 111)
niiM'rv and I s(mui tnvanie feeble ami er)
nervous, ami ni) whole sv stem was pros
trattsl. Several phvsicians wereemplovcd
and numerous patent nictlicines resortisl to
.. .11. ...ll lu.,.t.t 1 ft... ..ull.li. ... (.lilt f.bo.
,, ,. ill .ii.ti,. ...a, 1 ni im t i nj .,- 1
limoutals extolling the wonderful merits ot '
1!. II. It.. I commenced its Use and the ef-1
feet was like magic. ISheuiiiatic pains
ceased, ni) kidne)swere ielieved ami ill) ,
constitution improved at once, and 1 cheer-!
full) recommend it to others who maybe
similar!) afllicted. .MlssS. Tovn inson.
An in, (!v.,M) 4. b. I
TO THE PUBLIC.
CilMMiiru. N. C... April 'J!, ls-stl.
After using l. II. II.. 1 uidiesitatliiglv
state that it did more good for 111) Kidue)
Comilaint than all other lemedies coni
hmeil. Its action is singly, and 1 cheer
full) recommend it for Kldnev Dcrauge
nieiits. T. II. O.m.i-xih.n.
All who desire full
the o.ui-e aiul cure
crofnla and SM'rofnlims
information about
of Itl.aal ''oisons.
svvellinirs. Ulcers,
Sores. Illieiiuiatisiu. Kidnej
kidnej 0..iiH.!ai.it-s,
eby mail, free, a
Ihistratisl llcaik of
(liiiiiiilHiiilv
r. -s
ratarrh. etc., can s-nro
ciipj of our :W-iai;e I
Wonders, filled with the most
wondeifni
and startlini; nroof everliefore known.
Address, 11I.OU1) HAI-M CO..
Atlanta, (la.. I
A .Itike ti ltrrtili.irdt.
AjirotHis of the theatre, Mine. IJern
liardt was made the victim of a iractltal
joke on the nilit of her last ierforni.UKe
at the Star lhe.it re. She is much addicted
to the practice known aiming aitoi-s as
"Riiyinc," and iihilosonhic enonsh to be
lint averse tit a joke tiiMiu herself if it is
fiiniiv. In thcMtoiHl act of '-Theotlora'
the empress visits the ani)ihitheatre in
whuli she was once a star. In the vaults
whete tilt' t rfonuers antl the wild liensts
I are honsi she renews old acuuaintaiHcs,
esiieciallv with brutes The audience sn
' the liouV i age. with the sti-avv sticking
j out lietweeu the liars, but the lion himself
I U left to the imagination. On this c-
casiou when Ilernhanlt went up to the
I c.-ige to caress the phantom king of 1-easts
she almost slrricked with laughter. Xest
ling comfortably iiilhfhtraw vv as n piHille
puppy, which blinked and whimpered at
j lier .is she niostrophized it in heroic
j strain The affair put her in such good
I humor that tbe iierfornmwe jkisscmI otT.
I without a iiurrel with any oMt a laritv,
indetil, as iierfoiiiiant.es with Mine Hcrn
hanlt go Alfnil 'I'ruuilile in New York
I Times
What s, ,,,1 Irl. Kilt.
'The Assttciation of Collegiate Alumn.e
of Itoston have lssiusl a painjililet full of
statistics ot what scIkkiI girLs cat mill do
not cat in New York and lkiston Out
ninety girls who were questioned alone
of the public schools it was ascertained
that twelve had eaten no breakfast. (If
these twelve siv had brought no lunch
eon. the other six had take, pie and
pickles, or similar indigestible food A
tory is told of four girls an Knglisli, a
l'rench. a Herman and an American girl
who were taken to a restaurant and in
v Ueil to tall for the food that each would
like. The Knglih girl ordered roasted
lieef. the German girl saner kraut and
brown bread, the French girl called for
jnte ile foie gras and the American girl
without hesitation ordered pink icecream
mid cake ( 'hic.igo 1 lines,
A Peril fur Kniicratimi.
Mr flnuil Allen, a recent visitor from
Kngland, has discovered a peril from mi
gration which ha been wholly overlooked.
He says be tinds the worst weeds of Kng
land. s-c-otlaiidaiiil Ireland flourishing lux
uriantly on our soil, and also many others
from llie eastern countries of Kurojie Some
weeds have aNo liecli introduced from
AMn, antl he thinks we shall soon have an
iulluv from eviry pirt of the world They
are generally, he says, of the very worst
qualm, and most obnoxious to the gar
dener anil farmer, and, when once fairly
naturalised. iiniiosible to extirjiate The
Argonaut.
llie linilioi 'limes lilr.
j Tl.e iMjier in The liiitloii Tunes, presu
i room it,nlts in re.-it i-jlnnlers, i-oiitaimni;
i -.-! h fniir miles of iiajier .At tlie mills
e.ub (Whitli-r is rolleil toetlier when
I n-ait) in the minutes S rajutl i tl-
liiioeiiietit that the ji.iik'1 futrtt, at the
j eiitl r.f the Mork. with a Miap lh.it mmiili
I like a i l.ip of tliiimler Tln Tune onler-t
otil a lu il.iti' Mipph of ihjut aheatl
i aiul takes from three niaiiitfactiiroiv, si
that it has the i n-t.iiit atlvantage of
' ilail) tiiini'et.tiidi Ne York World.
The l-ropi-jetles III VV atliliigtiill.
One tiling, however, is ceitaiu. In no
cit) in the I luted States is there a lumber
regard lor the Usages projier anioiii; a cul
tivated aii.l eilneatiil people tluin exists
among tht- Wilslungtiiitiaiis proier, and
nowhere will a violalioii of anv of the ac
cepted rules of propriet lie more prompt
1 viitsl bj the highest social iieiialties
than here Washington Herald
O Fairer Tlntti the Fnlrent l.lllj.
Is Minnie ni) charming gul.
For one eve in the arbor I vv hispered,
I'se Chainplin's l.iiiiid l'earl.
It is twelve dajs since .lames I'. McC.vbe.
the condemned murderer of .Mk-huel Iteilly,
who was to have been hangeil on the 2Stli
inst., eseapeil from the jail in which he was
conlintsl at Honesilale, l'.i., ami all efforts
for his capture. ttiou(li stimulated lij the
rewind ot 31.000, have pioveil fruitless.
SI KEIM.KSSXUJHTS. made miserable
Oj that terrible cough. Slnloh's Cureistlm
leiiietly for jou. For sale by F. A. Gar
wood. 1.1:. a vv. ii).
(Irani! celebration of the anniversary of
the application of natural ;as in mechanl
c.tl .uts at Findl.iv. Ohio, .lime tlie "-III to
loth inclusive. The almost phenomenal
growth or rindlay caused by the discovery
of natural gas ami oil, tenders it one of the
most interesting places at any time, hut on
this occasion the citizens have arranged a
most extensive and elaborate programme,
vv Inch will consist of inspection of the great
gas wells, oil lie-Ids and manufacturing es
tablishments in operation. Competitive
drill of the Patriarch's militant, military
drills and parades antl band coute.sts for
l.ii.l1i.rli.sr..itmii.rlr.tm .-".ll t. liifitl
which priies r.iiiKin iroin c-.iU to Jrl.UlHi.
t. ill lu.tvnlil i.if Vullfllfllllltlu 1.1 tti.. r.t
the ciirner Mom of the new rolling nulls.
clas vv orks. iron anil stitl mills virmtiitot
the silver spike ou tlie belt niilroail, lavini;
of the hrst rail of the Klectrie Street rail
vvav, (.'rand illuminations and lire works.
Iianmiets ami balls anil iiuiuerous other at-
traetions. Tickets will hi" cimm! coing June
T to 10. ami returning until the Kith, inclu
sive. One fate lor the round trip from all
stations on the I. II. Jk W. and Ohio South
ern rallvvajs.
I)r. T. F.
Miss eve and ear mirireon "0
Wilis, eje aim ear wneoil, ..
Ireet. hes fitted with Klast-i,
. . ;
west Main street,
Fifty babii-s at the Arcade trroeorj.
KIRKS
WHjTe
BussiaN
The onl) hi.mil of L-ituidrv Soap
nvvauleil ,i first class meilji at thu
iNcw (Irleaus Kxpositioii. (.u.ir.iu
teeil.ilis4iliiteh pine, and for g nei.il
lioiist I111I1I purjioM-H is the vcobes
SOAR
I'ollrf f 1'arU and London.
Xo U(h thmn as the maltreat inont of
nri-Mtner- i- jHTinittiHl in tlie forces of the"
I -oiid on and I'arwiKdUe hould a crowd
aciuhle in the street in Pans It is hut a
minute In-fore tlie red tnnwereil sergoatit
niiHars on the scene Hu iloes not lluurndi i
a club; he i not demouMnitive nor noNy. i
lie glides alMJiit, f-carcely caultui a ripjile
in the gathering He quietly iue?tigntes
the origin of the ditllculty, and in a mo '
mciit or two the matter i adjusted, and '
the crowd separates w ithout noise or fnc- !
tiou In the KnglKh cities, the ight of a j
p.lloonmn with a drawn eluh is as rare as
the n;icamnce of Mood on the. tuHn
K veil where there is reMtauce to arrest,
the truncheon is neer revtrtel to, ion
stahles depending on strength and iiuiii
lers to accomplish their purKiM.. The
regulations goe ruing the jtolu-e inst
strenuously that no iolence shall le urd
further than i altwjlutely necesiry to se
cure an arrest or quell h disturbance.
Chicago Times.
.V )ii-l Mistake.
H is growing moie and more theciistou
to have deeds, con'r.icts and elnalile iloc
j iinients jinntiil on a tvpe writer in -mi
! line ink Tin- is a i;reat inistaKC. lieiaiw
i in ., f,.w t..,r, ,Il0, .,. vr
erated. Am.ncvt.'Orovcr.
j
to be oblit
tbe Children. They
T5UVrC .lalIv ial)U,
,A n i, ...:.... vi :.... ,
, rt 1Iie v.niioren. i iipr r a.
Huddeu
PnMo rVttirlia fr..nl. liitn.ii.v fs . t
n -.." .:..::". :. ,:. :; h?"
Kemedj a iosUie cure. It f-a"3
liours of anxious watching-. Sold by
Frank II. Cohlentz, corner Market and
High streets
The new V. .. treasury silver vault will
he the largest m the world, having a ca
pacity foi one hundred million stiver dol
lars. In hundreds of cases. Hood's S.irparill.i,
by purifying and enriching the blood, has
proven a sitent remedy lor rheumatism.
Hence, if you suffer the pains and aches nf
this disease, it is fair to assume that Hood's
Sarsapatilla will cure you. (live it a tiial.
Itase It.ill -Iiuisvillm, Athletic::- Phil
adelphia (. Pittsburg "i: Wiisiiiigttin-ln
dianatvolis, ram: New- York 11. Chicago s. '
lloston :. Dettoit I: Charleston Hi. Nash- I
ville s.
CATAUKUCTUKH. health ai.d
breath sirureil. by Shiloh's Catarrh
sweet i
Heme- !
dy. Price ."() cents. Nasal Injection free, i
For sale by F. A. (larvvood.
Emerors William and Francis Joseph
will not meet this year at ti.tstein. 'I he
failure to do so is ascribed to recent io!iti
cal incidents.
cvxvo-vrtf
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
Bumjitiou, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English Kemedv? It 13 the best
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
sold on a lositive guarantee at 10c, 50c
Frank H. Ooblentz, corner Market and
High streets.
Scrofulous, Inlu'ritetl piiiI Conta
gious Humors Cuml li
Ciiticura.
rPlIUiriiII the tneiUiim of one of mir books
1 received through Mr Frank T v my. drug
ulst. ptillo. Pa, I became actual tiled vvtlh
sourl'LTiciKA KkviiiiDs, and take thl'nppur
tumty tutettifj tti yt.u that thplr use has per
tnauently curetl nie nf one uf the worm cases
ot blo.iilpblsoiinig. 111 eiiiinei titin ll erysip
elas, that 1 have ever seen., tint DiH alter hav
ing lieeu proiioiuit-etl lm-unible hi some nf the
best iihysleians in iiuretiuntry I take great
pleasure In bint anting ttiyntit his tritlmoiilnl.
itntnlU-lIed as it is hy 11. In nnit-rtli.it ntln-rs
sintering from similar mat lilies mi he en
Cotintgeil lu give tilir ) i Tin Hs KkuKi) .1
trial. P. .s llim Mi Kit.
I.eeclilmrg. Pa
Keferrnce Frank T ray, Iirugglst. Apulln
l'.i
sciioi'i 1. in 1 1 i:i:s.
James K. Kichanlson. c-iistnin lltmse. ik
ilrleans. cli oath, says -'In IsTil -rtiliiltius
I leers broke nut 011 my bmlv until 1 was a
mass tit corruption. Kvery thing kimwn tn the
meiltcal faciiltv was tried in vain I heciine a
mere wr-ok At times enuld imt lift my liamls
tu my lead, cuiild n.it turn In bed. was in
constant p tin. and looked upon llteas a curse
o relief or cure in ten years In lsso 1 heard
of the Cl tu mi ltiysi..i.s. used lliem, and was
perfectly 1 fired "
swnrn to before 1 s Com J I) Crawford
ti.M iiniiKiiin:ri',tMi,
U'e have been selling our I t ti. 1 hi Uui
01 ks tor years and have the nrst eolnplalllt
et to receive from a purchaser line of the
worst cases ot srroluli 1 ever saw was Hired
by the use of live Imttles ot itm ik Klsul
v )s, 1 1 tu 1 m and Ct to t n s,,Ae The snap
takes the ' cake ' lier as a meiteclnal sohji
Tvl.oKi TVL0K.
Iiiugglsts. rraukfurt. hy.
st'ltlll I IOI s. IMIKlin 1:11.
Vint Ciuitagltius Humors, with Loss of Hair,
and Kriiptions of thebklu.. ire positively i-uied
hy Ci tu i k and Ci in 1 hv s,,4,-eiterua!lya!d
Cent 1 in Kfcsiu vfci fnteriially.w lieu all ot her
medicines fail tend for pamphlet
Dltl lll.ss 1 m; 1 HI. vt.
Wehaveohlaiueil sitistat'tory results from
tlieuseolttieiuticuraltenied.es in our own
lainili, and recommend them beyond any
other remedies for diseases of the skin and
hlo.d. 'Ihe demand for them grows as their
merits liecome known
MM MlI.I.vX A CO.
Ilriugists. bitrohe. l'.
i'ctici ri Klupiiiis are sold everywhere
l'nce (uiiim. the i.re.it M.in Cure, 'sic
Ci tii 1 ki Mp. an Kxtjulslte lleautifier. i's.
I'lTiii li Kooivist. tlie Xew lllood Puritler.
1; Potde Drio amiChevhai Co. Huston
)THl'I.i:-. filacklieads.skin nieinlshes and
J 1 Hi ll.iliy Humors, use c uticura s0p.
Choking Catarrh.
Have you aw.ikeneil Iroin a ilisturbed sleep
with all the horible sensations of an assassin
clutching your throat and pressing the life
breath from your tightened chest ' Have-on
noticetl the languor and debility that succeed
the effort to clear your throat and head of this
catarrhal matter vv hat a depressing influ
ence It eierts npon the mind, clouding the
memory and tilling the head with pains and
strange noises ' How dltllciit It Is to rid the
nasal passages throat and lungs of this poi
sonous mucus all can testify who are airlifted
with catarrh How diftlc-uit to protect the sys ,
tern against its further progress towards the
lungs, liver aud kidneys, all physicians win
admit. It Isa terrible disease. and cries out
far relltf and cure.
Tlie remarkable curative powers, when all
other remedies utterly fall, of Simoku s Uad
ici. funk, are attested by thousands who
gratefully recommend it to fellow sufferers.
-o snieiocui. 1 uirttie I e.iruiHK IL 111.11 ell-
rinii...iii.ti.iniitiHii.i. o.. ............ .1.1..
.10 siiiemeui n mane regarding it that
T. n.l ..!. .1.1.. .-..r........ ......
antl reliable references
Kach picket etintiliiiinnM buttle of thelltn
tcit tint, one box nil vT.KuiiAL.siu.vf M-aml
an I urn. i.ii Imiai in. with treatise .111. i ill
reetliiUH. and is 30I1I hy ,ih ilniKElsts for 1 i
Potter DruK and I'heinieal Co . Iltistnu
HOW MY SIDE ACHES.
From the hi'iitJi and the ctiiinttr
from the loom aut the sewing m;i
chine w up the cr '( ImIu .mil
weakness Aehinj; sliles ami b.ick.
.Kldtiei Jin.l I teriiie rains. Mr.iins
ana UfaKness.CoUKhs. folds anil Chest Pains
and every ualn and ai he of dally toll reiieeil
ni e mf,iult, ,,y e fti,.rB .vnii.hiin
,.,. Xt.H. elegant antl lnr.illil.le At
liruitKliti. Sie. flvelnrsl. or or Potter Urnu
ttrr !niir i
1 and 1 hcimenl - Uust.m
FT
J5mBt.
III I'lU'lilfn! T.
OKI Man uridine iejMi t of lLe buM?Ia1I
t gamei Thej j;ul to Clark-m early in tlw
game nl iiuunilttl tun. all over tbe lieU Hb
1 inicoelwl in .ti iking out two men.Htter a bet
""gi-ounUei had got 10 nght tl rough Burns, ami
n man ltu guen a life on ilrst, antl then
tht i-iti-s wieMwl lh uill in eanu-bt and
knocked tlit uufoitunutu tnnler clean out of
t!lfltX
Old ltdi Don't rt-ad an morn ot that
fight, ph-a-f, Jti'di. It's todicnlful. IVar
iiw Itai me Vluit timlil thi ton--tal
hae Ittvn Ami thf call thlt u CUiittiaii
ixuutr Chu-ago 1 1 ihiiue.
Tin i:-t.ou.
Canadian Statin, in Heally, now, tint
ivtiilritiou liiwmv would le an nvlli-nt
thing for the Moitnnum The t losing t
nitfiit a against Ui houM nriko liu.un--v just
Inkiui and 1kmiu on tliii M.k of thu line
Huinhli?C'iti7tn i'lwa wliv duu't ou ln
something to pntokf the Aineiuaii jitnhMit
to ft the letahatiun Uw m motion tiguiu-t
Canadian Stattnmu Well er ah you
know, he might Lake it into his head to do it,
' don't ou -e, and if we l.etnie Uxt nnpir-
ou, don't )ou know, it m.i make us proud,
ami pride b ah i- wiy sinful I'ltUhurg
: lJiatch
The gool opinion of the puhlic. m regard
to ers Cherr Pietoru! is contirmeil h
cergjnien. lawyers, public .ieaker. and
a tor. II saj it i- the K-xt teniedv for
affections ot the thiiut and lung
IIIIIOII'I'I HH IIIIIMI Ollll lllll-.
jtjacobsou
FOR POULTRY AND SWINE.
Mr J M Mi ( nun ltnilxenirt. V Va .
tltf tiist li.diMii i the rm...fs J . h,
Oil t..r i tin L ii i liokra sa) V bi.u 1
lull '-Hllli-iUrd Willi M Jat.'ln (ill m
f.rn.l .1 .n tin tin .11 ul Hie tnul in I
MltlllH I '1 till Ii ll HH. U.'H .IxiMf
Miv.il i itti il..u) lifsj ainiliilt.i
turL. i tut k. iiv aiul .itlur'HtuItr . ill. r
mi: iiiuii ihis liithcno liiciiniiit 1I1.1 hm
itli 111 ll are alii. InsMsllnw uill UTior..
l.i It'rtc t Instill) .unlit tlie -iluniti.l in'U
art- I.Mnil ttti ii Hit tlinial. tit tliu. n it
i-lilli.it Mtilltt.llitv will tlaitlitlr vnii;
anil iri'W in vullr faic '
CIiU kt ii ( lutlera.
Irrn. HAutf. Clnmnatnn Co .Ohio
I rrvitd alwii ten dii-t no five . rr
111" i'lidl t'll.rai'llt A "lfW d-l- Hjo I
nli(tst that tuu f thfin lmd -mm thtn..
Iiko tht nttip and ttirir ilm.i i uifi :
ii.irh vtMj)nl ti and mail hi!n:
MMind ni t ti npiratiutt nr f tti m
wj in.! iililf touulL iret-n htand on it
tft I n.L it -iiirtll pUe ot brt'iid. vi
ali-tul hilt Nil iih h M'U-irc, and atuniitl
it uith "l lii-luil and 11 it to ttum
iit ta the inttriinu und uiraiu in (Ik
inn.; I lit m f morning wtun I fiit tmt
tn NmL nt tlifin I i-uuld iimI tr 11 ttliub ot
tht:tle Imkeii lmd b-n U L.
CHAa- K 1'OUhLLl' M
ig Cholera.
Cherre rnrap. VVet Va
St Jacnl Ol) I tlie tiel rented kntiuli
to me tor lltij;! tiolcrit It inav V (en.ii
lliein In milk a h teasMiiii,iil tt, ,w h
atiitiiHl tufieit tliiv 1 think that hqvuhi;
try iiik ii m ill mid u U tit ticnil
K. M KOHIN-O.N".
Cliicken Cholera.
l'.ev T s Uroijke. pastor Central Presbv
tiTiun cliurrli, rMrksbuiv. VV. Va, suvi
' 1 summit tl a pus-e of breu.l sir tif my
lliunib wilh M Jatulis (ni, ami lunttl it
tluuii the tliriKit Thickens wtrelli llie
liIsae I mietl it Willi lueal.auil pive
Hit in milium; tl-e Thej ale. Luitnttti
lllueaMau re well "
sl Tnci.liti Oil iv an iilisulute rure f,ir alt
UnliU mi!is ftirvvhit It an external reined)
liwv U- apiihttl It is s,, J by I)rn.iM$
ami Iiealir tlm.tii;lioiit the world I'-ue
tillv-etiils r litiiile 1 lie Charles A W
Keler Co bittluuuie, Md.
BLACK'S OPEEA HOUSE
THURSDAY I FRIDAY V'NGS,
TV It
:vrso :t.
F.
Tlit ire.it Uizzanlof the North, in hi
elat-untti rutertMnment. asiUtf-t y
Louise Anderson
1 The I alifornia Queen of .Mystery. j
A (JKEAT SLtTKSS EVEUVWIIEKE !
Silver Watches, Ilry Iniods. Sets of rurnf !
Hire, silverware Hold Watches, Castors, j
i.fiu nii-as, iiarrei ni riour 1 uiua .
8J11 bill and a lavishdlsnlay of 1'resen
Ke!;
away expressly to advertise this mm
,rci.,,
etuert iinmeut
j SU1111SS1011..1C. w.cauti wie ror an iic'kels 1
purihased ou get three numbers wilh j.ic ;
ticket two V ticket aud four numbers
nun tiic ticket.
COFFEES
Me will liny a pomnl ol jiurc
Krouiul Colfee, t(iiiil to any in
tluwity.
Try our Crown l'rince CollVes:
tine Kios from -Jc to 'lSv.
T7E33k.S.
'.") Imysti pound of ooil Voting
11 j son Ten that can not lift
uiialetl liy any in the city. IJrfat
cut ou all other Tens.
New York Cream Cheese jiimI
receneil.
S. J. STRALEY & CO
ii ANI -it KS.MT llllllt STKKIVT,
SPRINGFIELD!
STEAM
DYE WORKS
21 SOUTH CENTER STKEET.
The dyeing, cleaning, repilring and press
lug of Ladies' aud lients' tl.inneuts a spec
laity. The only place iu the city to have Lace
Curtains cleaned properly. All work war
ranted.
CHAMPION CITY BATH DOOMS
IN CONNKCTIOX.
The FINEST and CLKAXHST In the City
PAUL. A. STAJLE,
Attorney and Expert
PATENT CASES,
SOLICITOR OP PATENTS.
Room 4 Ar'ii(l Uiiilliur
WM. SCHENCK,
, Contractor and Builder.
Store and office furniture made toonler, also
doors, vertndas. m.imtles. inside blinds, band
rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and sped
ficatlonsfurnlshed on application. uortb
Center ntret.Si)rlPKfleld.O
WANTKI General agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Kare chance, ood sal
ary orOcon the dollar Address, with stamp,
F M Weaver, Indianapolis, Iud. vNauie this
paper.
Vntemlliig AoU r User should address
GEO. P. R0WELL & CO.,
10 SPRUCE STKKKT, KW YOBK CITY,
rorSKLECTLlSTotl.CiWNKWSPAPEIlS
Will t sunt kkkk nn srnllcstlnn
Manhood
RESTORED. RrtntM
I'nv. A UiUmnf ToutJifnl
ltuiTiidence causing I'reiu.
turn Iecy, Nervsuti Uebih
tried In ain every known remedy, ban di-oerd a
sliuiile (wir-cure. whir). L ill hphJ HtKH ta hifl
lrliowHffereni Addivt-M
WM. V.i. t WU tflUlf JJUl -ii"- i.SW SMKIWW
.1
i
THU
DYSPEPSIA
la ft dAiijreruus U dietrrwunx ccmplAist U
oeirWtfri, It teods bj lmpAtiics nctrlttoo nrt d-
prtxKtas tD 10D9 0I tae tftum, n yrvMuv iu )
lor Rapid Decline
THE
BEST TONIC f
Wuirktjand rmnpWfly I ttrc llriiia in 1I
tlfurm, Ileiirlburn IlrlrbhiK fHilinir the
Footl.ftc itfnmbnnliMinilttht'lmd otiiuu
lM-mh m-tite. nj aid t
J t Iw
vuoilfttmn uf t-jtni.
Htr .1 T lltWHITFR, tll holMMVd
ptmtor t, ta
Kint fU'tormt-i t liarrU, Hiltu
" Harinc omM Hruwa'slnii Itiltwm (ur X)
LHiTKn, Ma ,
And Ind4fti"n I take irrvat jil"sur in re tin
UintliDjr it tiUrtily AKtronnHltT it vplcndni tunio
jod inTiKormtir and verr birr nut benins
Mos .hmrpil l' lit Judjfn (4 tJirru-t Cwrt,
CIinttfD On lint My I lar ntwft ihr-Tiul tt.ii
numy to lti vthcmcj ot Hnnrn'a Iruii liiftra for
l)M)MMt4, and ana tonif
trwDTjin bas Uib Tratl Mirk and f rod ivi lioei
ou wramwr ThUi- no itlhi r. Mad-onlj Ijjt
liUOU.N ClltMlLALCO.. ltALliMOUl-.iiO.
m .bw a
LOTS
i"
A
11
!
On North Limestone and Cecil
Streets and Northern ave
nue, in Tier's Addition
to the city.
FOLEY &
AUCTIONEERS.
The Cost of having your Cur
tains done up by laundry.
will buy one of
It MPHO p .
Lace Curtain Stretchers !
csasa-xi-sa;
3i
out o tootta ftAMf
AV tl Si c u M nrv. Tunc a"il I aW.
FrKY JI m KFH iiuiuw II we Use.;
nv lady cm ojratc tlitm.
For Sale By
A. Ii BLACK i CO.
I I Mn P ARTY
j, j. muuniu 1 ,
TAILOR!
51 SOUTII LIMESTONE Sr.,"
(ItoiikvVMller lUm U,
I'resents a splciuliil line of Suit
insfs lor (Jentleiiien'.s
Sprinj; Wear. j
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
saijH: op
20 LOTS !
-vr
AUCTION,
ON
MONDAY, .KM:
(ti),
i
Out o'clock I. M., in Hie Im
proxil Tart of the Cll).
(ifttrnt "-peni e will -U Ihh Lots mi ritern
Avenue. Ntrtli, .l.uk.ti antl ctlar 8trci3 i
sl.is anit U':ittr U ark- arvou the street they
.ire all tipenetl .ml iitijirovt il there Is 3 hutl.t '
lim Immkii .ill .trotmtl tliem The mo-vt rfiitntl
and nearest tu buMtie-, u( .my offereil at sue
turn
I l.UMNoite fourth eaMt re-iJtie m three
antnul payments, with 1 ir t interest,1
mterrst aah!e aiuuuilly --eturi-il hy ntort (
e on the iirmnts 1 r (urther tuliinna
tiou iuiuire
.I0II V. WAI.TKK.
J. LEUTY'S
J ' s.
V
v
:
v
Palace Nfeat Market
Ilaiidvinieitnud heit eiuipietl Dally Meat
M.irfcet tn the State liest lieef. JI ut ton eal
Lamb and .'alt eat to be had am where
Cuitoin once 1: vmed alw asn retained
AXI) 10 hOl Til MAUKET ST.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
DENTIST.
VRoonislnBucklngham'sBiilIdlnK.OTer.
Spectal&tttmtloa given to tbs iire.trliiiiaf
natural teelti.
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p;u
I
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i
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m mi
Wimjm.i. qui -'- in. ii Jm r m e wiVJ III-
s" 'H u- hIT III
5 U t 1 1 ci 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .-cs h r
II 11
rx-scg' "-"- -- r--.-- "fT
f g..r?s. Uh
K
K JvuWiffiMSF site
t" -i iif It If
BRUCE, HAUK & GO.
SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
CLOTHING
i
For the least amount of money. We, in asking for the
rupport 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; satisfactor to
those who come and examine, for then they will be
able to see for themselves that we are far ahed of
all competition in goods and prices. PREPARE YOUR
SELVES FOR SURPRISES! WE HAVE THEM!
BRUCE, HAUK & G
POPULAR CLOTHIERS.
WHELDOr&llERRiLL,
VUlUI.ESAiiE AMI KKTAII. 1IKA1.KUS IN
.TAOii.-so;v v fiiocivrrv.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTH RACITE &. BLOSSBURG
Stove and Kindling Wood.
Agentst Tor llnril Coal Co. and Franklin Coal Co., of J.ic kon, ft.
Office and Yards: Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254.
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
CHANT TI
SPLENDID STOCK OF
NEW SPRING GOODS
JTTST TREOEI-VEID.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition.
14 EAST MAIN ST.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM
42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK,
' Have to say that they are always ready to supply ihe trade
with everything In the line
CHAMBER FURNITURE!
KITCHKX AXI) D1MXU H0031 Ol'TFITS,
Stoves and Ranges, Dishes, both earthen and tin. Velvet,
Body Brussels, Ingrain, Rag Carpets; also, Baby Cabs,
Refrigerators ; in fact, everything that can be for
use or comfort. 10 per cent, saved by buying
of us in money and time. Please examine
our s'ock and be convinced.
3D OlSTT" BTJY'yOTJR
FURNITURE
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
OLD RELIABLE
t:q::ei
J. D. SMITH CO.
QLOUK MU1L.1JIIV7G,
Corner VTit HlRh Mt. and Walnut Alley
!
AND STATIONERS.
lllank H00W Work and Legal Illankai
Snrclaltr.
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
Soltcltorot American and ForelKQ
PATENTS
AND
COUNSELLOR
I ALL rTKST MATTSKA.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
SPRINGF1KL.U. O.
Itranrh Wtarltt: Washlneton. D.C: Inn
don. Enc; Paris, France.
WEAK MEN
anU WO f KA cu cjuuiij rur
tltbwlirt vf -UB )tlilf, LMt
Mckwatrutu) wuf .itrrwts,Ai uulfllrnihomr. J
i.f1rMilfMU Mil rliuH'1l-,iM trul Irre,
.i..j (. u.
1
PRINTERS
1
AB
of Housekeeping, Pari
Parlor and
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
DENTISTS.
C.
K. CONVKK.SE,
llKITTAL rA&UHUI.
Koomi 5 Jt 6. illtche 11 Clock.
T.A
LB WIS,
DUST: ST.
S. E. Cor. llaln and .Marivot Sta.
w.u-
SMITH,
vixtks or acbiho tzith CAPria
WtTHOCTr.ls,
Jlasonle BulMlni.
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