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RJCPUBLIO, THURSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18. 1887.
BAILS OF BELL'S 1IUFEAL0
FOR 25 CIS.
S ITE (he WRAPPERS for PICTURE.?.
Finn Indiana Melons down to 10,
lo and 'JOc this week, send
us jour orders.
1 aad S3 Wt Main St. and 40 South Mar.
ket St., Springfield, U.
All kia-14 or Shirts Rsadj-nmde and
Hide to Ordr. Bottom Prices.
Ike Shirt Maker anl JUs's FnrnUher,
Ho. & East Malm Street.
V AM) AFTER Today the SprlnKfl'l.Diu
U.t..f i. wU! in.rt.ni'h "ads" as "Hants
-Lost,""For Rnt," "For Sale." etc . In this
column one time tree, three ttmei lor twenlj
flTe cents, and lx times lor fifty rents
TUESPKISO FIELD PUB CO.
Slay 3. 1SST.
WAXTF.D-Boarden at 211 East North St.
Price ier ee U-V) for room and board.
Pleasant location and convenient to shop.
WANTED Local and canrasstne airents in
every town and city in the Tutted Mates
to sell corsets and shoulder braces, electro
meKnetir plnl supporters. Our agents are
maklnc S10 per day. prlnefleld Corset Lom
any. southwest corner Pleasant ttreet and
WANTED Ladles to leaTe their orders tlh
the prine(leld Corset Co. southisrstcor
ner of Pleasant street and Linden ae
nue.and hare their corsets made to flu secur-
Ine Perfect form and untold comiort ana our
WAXTED-TwentyfUeday boarders. Tick
ets cood fortKenty-one. meals. S3. .Meals.
Sue Lodclns, c (iood Lunch. 1" Etery
thlnc in first-class style. Just opened to the
ublic. A3 south Market street. .Mrs. .M. At.
nlpplne, proprietor. lilt
WANTED -A reliable man to represent our
nurseries In this section. Something
permanent. Chas. 11. Stuart A Co, nursery
men. Newark. New York, established 18S2.
WANTED-Lady. aetlre and Intelligent, to
represent. 1 n her ok n locality, an old Arm;
references required: permanent position and
good salary. K. J. Johnson. Manager. 16 Bar
clay st, N. V.
WANTED All kinds of clothes wringers to
repair: called tor and delivered: order!
by mall promptly attended to. S. M. Miller.
164 West Main.
FK b KLE Counters and fixture for sale at
John ren's New York Dry (inods More.
33 South Limestone street, :prinKfield. Ohio
FOR SALE A ery etiuice lot on John stn et.
No of lot 3317. also a ery desirable house
andlot.No 7 Parlour street. Lasoudaaienue.
The house contains nre law rooms, wltncis
tern and other Improvements. In excelli nt
condition and situated in the tlrinlty of he
laree manufactories. The above property
will be sold erychep Apply at No 7 lar
low street. Lacondaatenue. It"
FOR S ALE I am going to California and will
se'I my household goods at public auction
Wednesday. Aug. S4. at 2 p. m. R. II. I oung.
91 South Mechanic street. 191f
FRSiLE-All the furniture contained In
theellow Springs Douse will be sold at
public auction. Tuesday, sept. 13. lv7. com
mencing at 10 a m. sharp and continuing
from day to da) until all the goods are dis
posed of. This furniture was all purchased
new about a year ago Large part of It has
neter been used, and all of the latest designs
See big posters everywhere Don't fall lo at
tend the sale. Terms cash. B A. Cassad.
Y'ellow springs. O. James Foley, auctioneer
TH)R SALE Second hand clothing, house fur
J niture. and all such goods, bought and sold
cheap for cash. Call and examine, at 7 east
-Main street. T.J.Bolen. ls;t
FUR LE flood work horse. InqulreofJ.
F. Mclirew. 2! E Main St. Springfield. O.
FOR REST Furnished rooms, first and sec
ond floors at No. 7'. North .Market street.
Mrs. Aggies Stuart. rr
FR RENT Brick bouse of five rooms and
summer kitchen on West Main street.
Morris 1 Plummer, Commercial Building.
LO s. lone, narrow pocket book of fancy
brown leather and fastened with a Mikado
clasp, between the postomce and and Prof.
deer's residence oo Market street, or Col
lege avenue It contained a sum of money
and the cart of the ower. who res des in
Brooklyn. N I . Finder leave at this ofnee and
MONEY TO LOAM.
If ONEY TO LOAN-Iusumsof 5iutol7.0u0,
J& on three to five years' time, on lint inort-
cute or approved commercial paper, ueorge
H. Coles. room No. 1. Lagonda bank building.
. T. tax oavAX, v. r.
a. B. BOCSt. II. D.
DRS. VAN mm I HOUSE,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office, No. 3 Mitchell lllock.
Residence. Mo. 143 High St.
Office Hours: 10a m to 12m. lp. m. to 3 p.m.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
aar looms in Buckingham's BttlIdl&r.over-
aar-jturpny uro. s o mi
Bpulal attention given to th
FINE CUT AND PLUQ.
Incomparably the Beat.
hen cunning fruit and tomMm It It
Important tou a reltatile wax. other
wlieyou may low your Iruit Twenty
years ?iiir1enee by the wast care lut
housekef (nrrs pro es that Caseer's Seal
iuu Waits the
Best and Cheapest
Cold weather does not affect It. It
does not crack oiMMiorchlpolf It does
not admit air or moisture Ills liirm
less if It gets in the fruit It goes twice
as far as common wax. Sold only at
CASPER'S Drug Store,
I'lshor'sBhMk, Malntre.t,d Door Wast
The Little Miami pay-car is In the city.
Jlr. V. S. Kakms has lcated In Cincin
Mr. M. I. leygoesto New York to
night vlatlie Bee Line.
Mrs. McMeen left this afternoon Ia the
l'an Handle fur Chicago.
J. J. Miller. ei., and Mr. Harry Wragg
went to DijUm jiMenlay afternoon.
Mr. Harry Q. Wight, a prominent lumber
dealer of Dajton, i In town on husinej.
Mr. (!. V. TliouipMn, wife ami thne
ciiildren, of Chattanixiga, Tenn., are at Ihe
Mrs. K. I. Christie left jesterd't la the
1'an Handle to isit relatives at Ucean
Miss Callie Hamlin, of Dubuque, Iowa,
is in the city, the guest of friends on west
Mr. George V. Thompson, wife and
three children, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are
at the Arcade hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles KutharL of Iah
A'lgeies, CaL, are the guests of Mr. Win.
11. Kieferon Clifton streeL
The Kev. John II. flautt. of Wheeling.
W. Va., will hold service In Christ church
next Siindaj, August 'Jl.
Mrs. Ir. A. M. Potter and family wMl
arrive home next week foin an extenslver
isit to Old Point Comfort, Va.
Mr. C C. Haines, traveling passenger
a;entof tlie l'an Handle, witn headquart
ers In Dajton, is in the city today.
Mrs. Marling and Miss Marshall, of Cin
c'nnati. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
P. Jefferies, of south Market streeL
Miss Anna Duke, one of our city teach
ers, has just returned from a delightful
v sit witli friends in dilferent hiiuU of ti e
Mr. Warren LelTel and family left this
morning for Johnson's Island, to join the
Springfield party whoareenjojing thesuui-m-r
In camp there.
Mr. A. J. Chathcld, wife and children,
of Toledo, returned home this morning
after a sev eral weeks' visit with his par
ents, on west High streeL
Win. Hardy, ilivmlerlv; T. W. Green,
drunk; and Fred Armstrong, J. W. Drown
and John O'Brien, loitering, were station-
housed jestenlay and last night,
August Hey n, a Cincinnati councilman,
was struck by C. C. C. A I. train No. 'J at
that city yesterday, and sustained a broken
leg and a badly bruised shoulder.
Misses Esther Simpson, Ellen Wilson
and Emma Klynn returned yesterday from
tliair trip to Niagara, Chautauqua and the
east. They report a charming time.
Mr. George Warder left this afternoon
via the Bee Line for Buffalo, X. v., whence
he will go to Montreal and other ikhiiIs on
the SL Lawrence river on a canoeing exje
dition. Married Slorgan-Shaffer At the pas
tor's residence, 94 Pearl street, Sunday,
Aug. 14, 1SS7, by Bev. II. K. Jackson, Mr.
Harrj Morgan and Miss Cora Shaffer, both
of tliis city.
I.. C. Morris is in Sandusky and O. I.
Anderson Is in l'eoria. Both are I. B. A
W. traveling agents, and ate working up
Cincinmtl and Xiagara Falls excursiois,
Drs. L. E. Bussell and S. I). Miranda
wvut over to Columbus this morning to as
sist in the organization ot an Eclectic Med.
cal association in Franklin county and sur
The Bed Cross basket picnic takes plare
at Brooks's station, today two weeks, Sep
tember 1st. Fare for the round trip, twen
ty-fiv e cents. A large crowd is going and t
good time will be had.
Captain Wllliim Mills, of the patrol
house, returned this morning from Illinois,
w lere he had been called by the serious Ill
ness of his wife's father. Mrs. Mills n
ma ned w ith her father.
William Spangenberger was arrested this
afteruiKin by Officers Lamer and Caldwell
for fast driving. He got dip in the hands
of the officers, and they put the additional
charge of profanity against him.
The Kev. Dr. Falconer, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, returned last
evening from a two weeks' eastern trip,
during which he visited Asbury Park. Ocean
Beach, New York and other places.
A special meeting of the W. 1L C. wil1
be he!d at the residence of Mrs. D. c. Put
nam. ls0 (south Spring street, Friday even
ing, August 19, at 7:30. Ail come, as it is
important. Mrs. Dolsou' presidenL
The soldiers' home Uses annually 400
ounces of quinine. 300 pounds licorice,
l.tloo pounds epsom salts, 1.19 gallons of
cod liver oil, and 50 gallon"", of castor oil,
anil still the boys are not all healthy.
Mr. C. G. Harger. jun., assistant general
manager of the Equitable Life of Xen
York, wilh oflice at Cleveland, Ohio, is at
the Lagonda house. He is looking well
and finds his old friends glad to welcome
At M o'clock this morning Anna K., the
nine- nonths-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Harry Tavenner, of this city, died of cholera
Infantum at the residence of Mr. James M
Wiet, near Vienna. The funeral will take
plaei at Asbur chapel tomorrow morning
at 10 o'c:xk.
Mrs. Susan Lamer, mother of Oflic r
Lamer, died at her 1 ome in Millerstovvn,
Pa., on Monday night, at the advanced age
of Ci years. The funeral occurred this
morning at Millerstown. ORicer Lamer
has the sympathy of maiiv friends in hisbe-
It is understood that the affairs in the
assignment of Evans, Kuutzman A Co
will be properly adjusted in a few days by
the assignee, Mr. Joseph Chaiiipane, who
liuds them in a much better shape than
was expected. The lirm will likely go on
in business hnd carry a much larger stock
than ever before,
Mr. Charles Murray, late of the advance
bill-posting brigade of Sells Brothers' cir
cus, left the show at Indianapolis this
week and has returned to his home in this
city. He goes into the employe of Major
H. IL Tyner. Sells Brothers did enormous
buslnees until two weeks ago, when It be
gan to be light, and the price has been re
duced to twenty-five cents. The show has
had bad luck In hurting people this year,
and has a number of heavy damage suits
AMONG THE PEDS.
Hegittitr Proceedings of the Clark County
VVK1MIV IKTMtMMIN's sKsso.
The proceedings of the Clark Count)
Teachers' institute were about as usual.
After recess, a quartette, conslst'ng of
Miss Estelle Hvies. Miss Elitli Fisher,
Messrs. Billow and Boggess, sang a choice
selection entitled. "Touch the Harp Gently."
Each day a choir will render a piece of
special music, with Miss Geneva llemsberg
as pianist, who lias been employed for this
position during the institute.
Dr. Brown, at this session, gave one of
the most interesting and instructive lectures,
in history of tliesession. He brought forth
several new and important points relative
to the teaching of the branch.
l'rof. J. B. Bell was called upon and
told the Institute how schools were run and
taught forty j ears ago. Prof. Bell taught
Ills first school In the year IS40. and Is one
"from aw ay back." He Is still teaching
near the city.
Tickets for the lecture on Monday will
be for sale at C. II. Pierce's, E. E. Bems
berg's and Birr's bookstores.
TIIUtsllsA MOIIMNO'S shsslov.
This morning's session of the institute
was opened by singing and prayer by Kev.
Mr. Ehrenfeld. The roll was then called.
showing thirty -six teachers absent. Two
thirds of this number though came in after
the roll call. The president then an
nounced that a mistake had been made in
regard to the admission at the social this
evening at Central building. 1 hose hold
ing membership tickets and those taking
part in the programme will be admitted
free. Those not holding membership tick
ets will tie charged an admission fee of ten
cents at the door.
The secretary read the minutes of yes
terday's session, wliiihwere approved and
Dr. Brown then talked for an hour and
interested his hearers throughout the time.
introducing many new and brilliant ideas of
teaching. The institute then went Into
classes of instruction.
The well-known "M" quartette, led by
Mr. P. E. Montanus, wilt he present at ttie
social this evening and render some selec
tions. Fo'lowing is the programme this even
ing: Opening song 111 Institute
Trio "O. Restless sa" .
Miss Elslei Lenhart.and Messrs llog-
Ilecltatlon Miss IzaOa'e
song "Lovely Night" "M" Ouartette
Recitation . Mrs L. 11. Krnest
Duet "Fly Away lllrdllug"
Miss Kitelle Banes aud Mr. II. E. liog-
The following names have been added to
the roll since yesterday :
Charles Kizer, Lawrencewlle; Mollis
Denier, George Hartruan. Anna Duke. G.
C. Johnson, city; G. W. Suypp, Yellow
This makes a total or 157 paying mem
bers. THE SECRET OF THEIR " BERTH."
Four SirlnaHM Ljulitw Meet Willi ll
tly Kxprrleuce In h sleeping Cnr,
The comparative few who are into the
secret are convulsed over the experience
til rough which four Springfield ladies passed
last week on their way to Xiagara with the
I. B. & W. excursion. It was certainly an
Incident of a life-time. One of the
ladies was the party (Jhimtuiic
and Is a very lovable and excellent wo
man, prominently connected witli church
and Sunday-school matters. The others
are three charming girls, who are identihed
witli the society circles of the city, and are
all regnant beauties. The fair ladies occu
pied a section in the sleeper on the trip out,
and the car contained a large number of
Our friends slept late in the morning, and
when they awakened at 8 o'clock every
berth was down and made up but those of
their xxtloii, which was at the extreme
front end of the car, with all the seats
facing it- Astonished at the lateness of
the hour, the ladies Iiegau to hurriedly
make their toilets. Two of the
girls had occupied the lower berth.
w Idle the other had slept w ith the 7u! jx-niiic
in the upiier one. The two latter had
slipped their rid i? unit over their trav
eling dresses, as there was no room In the
upper berth to undress. But the lower
berth offered no such difficulties and its two
fair occupants had disrobed as completely
as w as necessary.
It was one of these who caused the mis
hap. In extending a shapely foot and ankle
to insert it into a clocked stocking, the
young lady accidentally touched the wood
en partition at the end ot the section, and
it w v ered. It tottered, it fell. I here w as a
crash, a chorus of muffled screams.
ami then the occupants of the car were af
forded a spectacle ot Iov eliness nt Mnibllle,
such as is scarcely sanctioned outside the
comic opera and the French drama. There
was a glimpse of snowy- and daintily -edged
linen and a flash of correct hosiery.
The girls, wital ostricli-Iike Instinct,
buried their faces in their hands. The
dusky porter leaped tho length of the car
at a bound, raised the partition, and the
performance concluded. There were sy mp
toms of a demand for an cminc on the part
o' the audience, but none was permitted.
rour ladles with burning cheeks presently
emerged in traveling attire and a preter
natural gravity settled upon the car. And
the joke is equally "on'' every one of the
CLARK COUNTY TAXES.
Alwlract of Auilllor U. F. Mervlss svuii-
Auditor Serviss has just completed his
semi-annual settlement ot taxes.
The following are the net totals due on
t le August settlement:
Tor state debt J 7.'i) 2i
ileneral revenue fund .UJ i
State common school fund- 1'i.sni 7
Total state Ux $ K.lil 9
County tax 22.1J0 s
Poor tax Klsrt A
Bridge tax - 4.740 a
Koad tax .. s-tsx s7
Iiebts . 11. sin) 5M
Township tax .- 7.&XJ 51
1-ocal school funds .... t..fiji .
.special taxes 2 1J2 W
City, town and village lax TS.Tss N
Total couuty and local taxes KlO.s su
Tot ll taxes levied 2Tt.717 i
Ilog tax . .. 14S
Treasurer's fees ' mm). . 2,tU) .
The Great Atlantic and Pacihc Tea coii.
pany that has occupied a room In the l.a
gouda house block fronting on Limestone
street, will soon enlarge their room by con
necting it with the room that fronts on
High street recently occupied by X. Car
nun, the jeweler. The room will form an
I, shape aud give this enterprising and
growing house the room they need for their
new business. They will ojien up the new
store in a few day s.
Iluekey Club Meeting.
There was a fair attendance and a lively
manifestation of interest at the regular
weekly meeting of the Buckeye club last
evening, but no particular business of a
public character was transacted. The time
was devoted to a free-for-all discussion of
plans for the approaching campaign, but
Inasmuch as the election does nut take
place this year until Xoveiuber, it was
agreed that there w as no special necessity
Cits Test In rn Cvaiulnntlon.
On Saturday, August 27th, the bjard of
examiners will condui t the examination of
the city teachers at the Central school
The Ker. Jnhiiathan Venty, accompan
ied by ins wife and daughter. Miss Mam e,
were visiting friends In this city today.
They have just returned from Iowa, where
Kev. Verity has been conducting camp-
meetings. They expect to be at the L'rbana
camp-meeting during the remainder of the
Starkey & Scowden, the famous, cash.
one-price. Arcade shoe house, is the only-
firm lu central Ohio mat ever attempted
retailing boots, shoes and rubbers at whole
sale prices, and they have made a grand
success and give everybody bargains.
For lawn dresses, pillow shams and lace
curtains, use Electric Lustre Starch.
Kemntnliig In the sSprlligllrlil, Ohio, I'otl
Onire, Aug. 1.1, 1HH7.
skers. Mval A McHomld Mrs II
ltir. Miss Mamie Meal. Josef K
Uaker, Miss KlizthetliMartlii. Mrs Banner
llrooks. James 1)
Hell. Kev OJ
lleehe, J C
Coinstock. A J
liable, n lllie
Davis. Miss Mary K
Iiunn. Miss M V
Ileau, Mrs Nellie
Foley, Miss Joe
Fee, Kev Jnoll.1,
ileyer. Miss Lizzie
Oevtna. W titer
Hopkins. Prof A
Hodge, J no
Hunsucker. John K
Hamilton. J V
Hinderer. " M
Hill MIssM A
John. Mrs Elizabeth
Loyd. I) W
Maroran. 1st lore
Morse. Ous A
Morgsn, Perry I.
Nelson, Miss Kena
Porter, J M
Pentony. Mlsi Kills
Powell. V V
P ilmer. Jerry W
Row e. II U
Reekner. Miss M E
.surgical Ouir Co
sesge. v't l.lew
Mater. Mrs Mary
Mokes, Mrs Frank
stroyer, I V
S-'hslTer. Miss t ora
Miuinan. Ilou F
Tanner. T M
Thomas J I.
Ward. Miss Sillle
Waver. Miss Mary
Uoiver, W rt
Wright. Mrs vunice
oung. tt X
Carland. Miss Anne.
Albaugh, II Hemlrickson, Clara L
Drown. Susie Fitzgerald, U eo
Persons calling for these letters will please
say "advertised," and give date of list. If not
c tiled tor in one month they will besent to the
Letters must be directed to street and num
ber In order to have them promptly and cor
Jas Johnson. Mi. P. M.
IlKllll or I.lllle K .real Slinrp.
Little Forest Sharp, son of Mr. George
W. Sharp and wife, died at 5 o'clock
Wednesday morning of cholera infantum,
at the family residence on Foster streeL
between High and Main. His age wits two
years and ten months, and lie was a
brigliL lovable child. He was play
ing at 9 o'clock ou I uesday nigliL
was taken sick suddenly and was a corpse
in eight hours. His father, who is an en
gineer on the Ohio Southern, was away
from home when the child died, which isan
especially sail circumstance of the case.
The family has the sincere sympathy of
the community in its terrible affliction.
Ioril of All II Surveys.
In his sphere every railroad official Is
lord of all he surveys or he iipju.irs to
be, nt any rate, to the great and dear pub
lic He may be wrong at times, but if he
Is he won't admit it. Go to the Mikado
like general manager of the rond and
enter your complaint. You will le re
ceived courteously by the high function
ary, but lie w ill nev er admit to you that
his Inferior officer, to w hose action you
have taken exception, is wrong. If he
believes the error is the fault of the minor
official he will not say so, but will wait
till you have departed The satellite is
then summoned to the presence of the
great luminary, aud In the seclusion of a
very narrow confinement the dim light is
snuffed out by the bright one, and It is
then that he realizes of how small impor
tance he i to the great corporation, any
way. Once out of the presence of the mana
gerial luminary the minor light blazes
forth again mid his friends or the public
nt large never dream that his brilliancy
has Leen dimmed for an instant In the
language of n general manager who has
grown gray in the business and who
worked his way up from the low ly office
of tireinan of an engine to his present of
ficial altitude. "It nevir pays to K-little
or humiliate an officer in public, no mat
ter how- culable he limy be If you
would preserve discipline, let those who
have places on the lower round of the
ladder lmve nothing but respect for them
nliovc Tins respect cannot 1h com
inanded and retained by an officer who,
by his sill r'or, ha-s lsrn reprimanded in
public If you put a liy in a man's
place make a man of the boy." Chicago
x Igor antl Itnlity
Are quickly given to every part of the body
by Hood's Sarsaparilla. That tired feeling
is entirely overcome. The blood is purified,
enriched, and v italized, and carries health
Instead of disease to every organ. The
stomach is toned and strengthened, the ap
petite restored. The kidneys and liver are
rousts! and in v Igorated. The brain is re
freshed, the mind made clear and ready for
work. Try iL
A hospital for animals will soon be
erected in London, and at the same time
free dispensaries will be opened, where the
horses, donkeys, cats, dogs and birds of
the poor can bo treated w hen ill.
for the Altllrtnl Who Have bought Keller
The news that Dr. Albert, the celebrated
physician who !s at the head of the Cleve
land Medical Institute, will be in Spring-
held, at the I.agnuda house, on Moudav,
September 5, is certainly good eliet r, for
lie Is a specialist of rare skill, honesty ami
loyalty to his patients. All who are suff, r
ing from obscure and complicated diseases
who have carried their secrets about with
them for y ears or have tried quark reme
dies or incompetent physicians in vain
should take heart or grace ami visit Dr.
Albert. His intuitive pow ers and ran- op
portunities of observation have placed him
among the foremost of diagnostic physi
cians, and given him a reputation as envia
ble as it is justly earned. Ills duties at the
Institute prevent ills coming among us of
ten, and the oiUKirtunity of his coining
should be improved to save vain regrets.
Aiclirsion ItAle for Ohio Mat Fntr,
August 2111b to September V, ISH7.
The Pennsylvania Lines west of Pitts
burg, including the Pennsylvania Company,
the Pittsburg. Cincinnati ami SL Louis
Railway, and the Chicigo, M. Louis aud
Pittsburg llallroiul, will sell excursion tick
ets to Columbus and return from ticket sta
lions in Ohio from August 'J'-Uli to Septeui
ber 2d, inclusive, at rate of one fare for
round trip. These tickets will be good re
turning up to and Including Saturday, Sep
t-iuber:;, lbS7. by any regular train stop
ping at their destination.
Starkey A Scowden, the famous, cash.
one-pru e, Arcaee shoe house, is the only
nrm in Central Ohio that ever attempted
retailing boots, shoes and rubbers at whole
sale prices, and they have made a grand
success and give everybody bargains.
Niugarn Palls Kietirsiuu via the Iter
A cheap excursion to Niagara Falls that
is what the Hew Line will give to residenters
on its Cincinnati division, Tuesday, August
-Ji. lbSii, at old-time, low excursion rate-,
and not only that, but will combine with it
an excursion to Toronto and Lake Chau
tauqua as well. An experienced excursion
agent will accompany the train. Tickets
will be good to ri turn at pleasure within
live days. Reclining chair cars and sleepers
will be liirntsheil lor tin accommodation of
all who may desiie there privileges. Round
trip rate to .Niagara halls from Springfield,
S4, Itates to Toronto will lie 31 more, and
to Lake Chautauqua 50 cents less than the
above, ror particulars see small bills
Excursion train leaves Springfield at 5:15
Do not fail to call on Starkey A Scowden
before you buy lioots, shoes or ruhbt rs.
They are in the Arcade and retail at whole
sale prices Their cheap sale continues the
Commencing July l!4th and contii uing
each Sunday thereafter until September
11th the I. B. A W. will sell excursion tick
ets to Sandusky, Put-in-Bay. Lake Side.
and Cedar Point Branch at a very low rate
for the round trip. Tickets will be good
returning on train leaving Sandusky Sun
day evening or on regular trains Monday.
Starkey or Scowden, the famous, cash,
one-price. Arcade shoe house, is the only
firm in Central Ohio that ever attempted
retailing boots, shoes aud rubbers at whole
sale prices, and they nave made a grand
success and give everybody bargains.
JOHN WREN'S NEW YORK STORE!
From 33 South Limestone street to the new King Block, 27 and 29 S. Market St., Oct.
I, '87. The new Market St. store will be opened with an absolutely new stock of goods.
Of the age in the medical line is the liquid
fruit remedy. Syrup of Figs, manufactures!
onlv bv the California Fig Syrup company.
San Francisco, Cal. It is agreeable to the
taste, acceptable to the stomal h, harmless
in its nature, painless, yet prompt and
thorough in its action. For s lie at Casper's
" Die sun dotli nourish agues." therefore
in the summer months it is only a measure
of common prudence to guard against ma
larious diseases, intermittent fevers, agues
and bilious attacks.
"Many cases of fever and ague, dumb
ague and congestive c lulls vvtre promptly
arrested and entirely banished by the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator. You don't say
half enough in regard to the efficacy of
th it valuable medicine. Believe me when
1 say 1 was a sufferer for years and only
found relief by its use." Roiihit J.
Wkhs, Batavia, Kane Co., III.
Take the 7 a. in. limited tram on the I.
It. A W. for all points west. This train
will enable you to take bieikfast in Spring
held. suiiht in SL lmis or Chicago and
breakfast thenext morning in Kansas City,
where direct connections are made with all
the western trunk lines for Denver, Ogden,
1s Angeles, ha,, Francisco and all Cali
fornia points. The I. It. A W. is the short
line to the west, makes the qmrkest time,
oilers unequalled accommodations and is
the only line from Springfield that will
ticket over all western routes, thereby
avoiding the inconvenience of having your
baggage recnecked and punching a ticket,
wiiile enroute to your destination.
Do not fail to call on Starkey- A Scowden
lief ore you buy Is sits, shoes or rubbers.
They are in the Arcade and retail at whole
sale prices. Their cheap sale continues the
THE NEW qriNINE.
A l'OW Eltr'UI, TOXIC
That the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPECIFIC FOB MALARIA,
KlIEllM ITISM, XEKVOUS I'KOSTKA-
TIO.V and all (term Oiseases.
THK MOsT M'lKN'TIFlC AND 1-lHl'fcS-Fl
LIILO'ili PI KIHKK sU,,rror to quinine
Mr F A Miller. en Last l'.7th street. New
ork, was cured by Kasklue of extreme mala
rial prostration after seven years suffering.
He had run dow u from 175 pounds to t. began
on Kaskineiu June, lssn, went to work In one
month, regilued tils full weight lu six mouths.
Quinine did him no good whatever
Mr. 'Ildeou Thompson, the oldest and one of
the most respected citizens of lirtdgeport.
Conn , says "1 am ninety years of age, aud
for the last three years have suffered from ma
larla and the effects of quinine poisoning. I
recently began with Kasklne, which broke up
the malirta and Increased my weight 4i
Kasklne can be taken without any specls.1
medical advice Jl per bottle, bent by mall
on receipt of price
The agent of KA&KIVE his on Public Lx
hlbltlon a rem irkable M N IK I.N, or model of
the human body, showing theMomach, Heart,
Lungs, Liver, spleen. Kidneys and the other
organs and parts In Health and In Disease
llv An Insiieetloii the ilrllfteil can see the
nature and location of their troubles and
learn how Kasklne relieves and cures them.
KASKI VK CO .54 Warren St .New York
No bones over
liip to break.
ed to the form.
Doable Bone! Double Steel! Doable Seam!
Sample Duplex Corset by maiL post-paid,
for ONE DOLLAR,
Bortree Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich.
Pl'Ksl'XNT to the command of an exe'u
Hon of s lie issued from the court of com
mon pbas of Clark county. Uhlo. and tome
directed aud delivered. I will oifer for sale at
public auitiou at the south door of the court
house of said couuty. lu the city of KprlngSeld
sutur.lny, September lTlli, A I. IMH7,
at 1 o'clock p in. the following described
mortgaged premises. t-wlt.
situated lu the c'viinty uf Clark, state of
Ohio, and city ot Miringtleld, being lots os.
3al.!. i-AS. t-'ili and Jls.'. as numbered and des
iguateil ouaplst of lots laid out by the heirs
ot Alex McCrelght. sen, deceased, and re
corded In put book N.i. i P 7. Clark county.
Ihe s.iid premises Himraised as follows
hot No SU at -s7i. No iillat s.-ao, No.
.'.,11 at 5sp, No 'Uv t i-oi; said premises ap
braised as a whole at $2,173.
sitd lots will be offered separate and as a
whole and sui I In the way that wlllreaixeine
i-ald above described premises to be sold by
the order of the court of common pleas of
Clark county, Ohio, incase No M71, wherein
Mien n i.asiey. executrix. Is plaiuiin, and J
J MUdnllet.il are defendants
VMI.LH.M II UKKK.
Sherin Clark Ciuuty, Ohio.
Puim.lkA Jous-os. tlturueys. P'lo
X itlce to Contracture.
S HALED PKOPOS LS will be received at the
omee of J. . Elliott, secretary Hoard of
Hospital Commissioners, room No 2. Mitchell
block,. sprluglleld, Ohio. uutllW o'clock, noon.
Friday. -Septembers. 13--7, for furnishing the
laboraud m.ilerl lis for the steam heating and
liluinhliigolhopll.il buildings and the erec
Hon of a boiler house aicordlng to the plans
aud specifications on file at the office of 0 A.
I reager, room 21, .Mitchell block.
Thecommlttee reserves the right to reject
any or all bids. J. u. ELLLlOTT.
secretary Hoard of Hospital Commissioners.
A 'signet's X ttice.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
h is been duly appointed aud qualified as as-ii'ii-e
lu trust for thebeuefit ot the creditors
of Jacob Kuutzman and ('apitota Cham
pa le JOrKPU Cin.MPANK.
August IS, A. I). 1M7. l-,b 3-a
eur iwiivi, ef Wt-
fcsJ f rvn jrvnUiUI rrrvra, 4r ulrlly mt ItwMsytp. tit p.
Ittwlt, mn nil brlmleitlK'MM'i trnt frr-r, ".tJ)
1-r-aV-Mly r-rliubl-T. HO iritr' eKprrlrnrr.
The U. II. Uvre Ned. o., ImaCcO. lima.
lv 111 find just what they need A FU LL Ll N E
SF INSTALMENT GOODS soM only to
e.lNSTALMENTTRADC, by addresalng
LvsxaiJia.'-T Duun' BLrrxr Co. Erie. Ha
&Mfeia-.4. Tsathftal lHrm
tfcnr. Hervmm D-eLMUtr cu4 if
Btal Her Hitter. MCta.
U.rb lUdidM Cu, n. Ilth M-
rhiTailt't- r- MtUttKyilUrutflM.
H I'vi srr
i y?v km
8 L Vs
INeUbythe Unite. Matv. .tu.ernment Kn
dorsed by the heads nf the drent t .lUerH.t.rii
a theMrongest. Purest, tnd nunt Healthful
lr Trice's the only ltsklni: Powder th.u Uoe
not contilD mmonla, 1. line or Alum told
only In Cm
PHICK IUKIMJ POWDLRCO.
MW TOKk. CHIC At... ST LOCI0.
Patronize home enterprise,
home manufactory, by leaving
your order at the Corset Sam
ple Rooms of the Springfield
Corset Co., southwest corner
Pleasant street and Linden
avenue, Springfield, O. A
large number of the bes
ladies of Springfield are wear
ing our corsets, and if you
doubt the merits of our goods
call at the office and we will
furnish a list of names of those
that are wearing our goods ;
you can call oa them and sat
isfy yourselves. As a Dress
Corset it adds grace and
beauty to the form ; as a
Health Corset, it overcomes
all deleterious effects by sup
porting the weaker parts and
doing away with strangula
tion. For ease and comfort
it surpasses any corset ever
worn ; try our goods and you
will wear no other.
Dr. DeLaFonte has been
twenty years improving and
designing a Corset to over
come the injurious effects caus
ed by the corsets in use. I lave
you a son or daughter that is
hollow cheeked or round and
stooped shoulders? If so,
have them measured for a
shoulder brace ; we will guar
antee to straighten them up ;
will develop the lungs and
will expand inspiration from
two to five inches in lour
weeks. Have you a weak
back or a spinal trouble ? If
so, leave your measure for a
spinal supporter, including
our electro-magnetic appli
ance, which is a part of the
spinal supporter ; if you are
nervous, or if you have curva
ture or entable spine, try the
Electro Magnetic Appliance ;
if you are troubled with ner
vous prostration, melanchol) ,
despondency, wear our Elec
tro Magnetic Appliance ; it is
life itself and will cure many
ailments by arousing and pro
moting the nerve vital circula
tion to nature's requirements
This is the first time in the
history of our country that
electro magnetism has been
applied to the human body ;
it is the true animal magnet
ism, such as our bodies con
tain ; heretofore in every case
where electricity was applied
in any form, it was galvanic,
not magnetic ; if you want to
improve your appearance, try
our Corset ; if you want to be
straightened up, try our
Shoulder Brace ; If you want
to be cured of many afflictions
use our Electro Magnetic
Spinal Supporter. Our goods
are just what we represent,
and we can furnish abundance
of reference that will more
than sustain us in what we
Call at South-west corner
Pleasant St. and Linden Ave,
Address P. O. Box 3S0.
DR. H. R. DOSCH,
Opera tine Dentistry a Specialty.
Varlurs : 15 and 17.
Iditing roiielinled to lea.o Uif city, herehy offer their entire
Men's Fine Furnishing Goods,
(,'on-Isling of Slilrls. L'ndernear, (iloTC, Xecknear, llosierj, HundLet
chiefs, t'le , Etc., at cost and less than cost.
Must Be Sold Out in Two Weeks.
This Is no tham. lint a luna lldc sale Cull n1 sp the Furnishing
(I icds anil the unheard of Ioit prices.
NO. 31 EAST MAIN STREET.
A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIG0RAT0R.
Benefiiciil in General Debility, Exhaustion, and just the thing
to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1.
CHARLES LUDL OW & CO.,
Pharmacils, 55 East Main Street.
THE STOCK. ODF
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Carried by the firm known as S. J. Straley & Co. will be
GLHSED OUTATCOSTAND LESSTHUN COST
The sale commences immediately and continues
C. C. . FUNS, Receiver.
B-u.sr.YOiTr' Hurd. COtvl or
GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 27.
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254.
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING
1G1S IN BICYCLES!
One 56-inch Expert Columbia, nickled, - - $75 00
One 55-inch Coiu nbia Light Roadsther 87 Patern, $115 00
One 54-inch Challenge, nickle, - - - $75 00
One 52-inch Challenge, enameled, - - - $70 00
One 52-inch Sansaperiil, full nickel, - - $70 00
One Safety Bicycle. $75 00
Xj. IF1. OLDS &c BRO,
NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET.
IF YOU WANT Ti) SEE
GHFNA OR IMPORTED GLOW
At Prices that will make you Smite, call at
SCHAUS' CHINA SORE,
NO. 44 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
IIVIsllL. s Scholarship to M worthrstn.
RETAIL DEALERS IN
SOME HUM; HANDSOME IX
Tin Urt nlbtatiunal ttlvan
tAfis sjfferM. ifQfe mod-
tttndsT&ts Nm term in follrjfi
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