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HEFtTBIIO, WEDNESDAY EVES ING. NOVEMBER i). 1887.
Two Dollars and Fifty Cents buys a calf Shoe for men, Button, Balmoral or Congress, equal to any $3 Shoe in Ohio. $1.90 buys a man's Button, Balmoral or Congress, equal
to any $2.50 Shoe in the State.
STARKEY &, SCOWDEN,
KELLY'S ARCADE. I
v "-'- -., '"s&Mbs
The otily brawl of Laundrv Soap
awarded a first K- imilul at tlio
New Orloatis l-.-itiiu fiinran
tiiil alrxvlutflv jnire and for puitml
LoiiM-huIil jmrix'x's ' tins o ls
EYF.MNH AX WEEKLT;
Tk EEFl'BMC prints the Vw tort, sad M e t
era Aswlated Press Ulspatf les ! Ike Hester
CaWs O'crrlja) Telegrams.
rie KuccTWM or tcesu.ii:
The republicans liavecarried Ohio by 23,
000 to 30,000 majority, which Is a magnifi
cent feather amounting to a jilunio in
the gallant Forager's cap. Tlie Keneral
assembly is certainly republican in both
branches with fair working majorities.
Tho governor and the legislature are both
approv ed by the people. In a most conspicu
ous way. No rebel Hags will ba surren-
dercd for the ucxttvvo years. The princi
ples Involved In honest government, loyalty
and eiual rights and privileges to all men,
of all colors, hare prevailed in Ohio, ami
to such an extent that those who have gone
vv rong in these respects may take heed and
Hamilton county has gone republican by
10,000 and Cujahoga by 3,00 J niniontv.
Cleveland went democratic by a large vote,
last sprint:. Our stalwart neighbor. Major
William 1). Itickham. of the Da) ton Jour
titil, is rejoicing oer the election of the
entire republican ticket, except the candi
date for treasurer; ov er a majority for Fo
raker in the county, the hnt republican
majority since Brotigli was elected, aud
over the election of two republican repre
sentatives and a senator.
C M. NICHOLS,
iiios. t;. nnowx.
EXPERIMENTS IN HYPNOTISM.
Strange-1u1iiks of Itif lirtura hi 1'arla.
MMrtlliii; Menll I'lieiiiHtiena.
Dr. Lm ltvcntlv- nude- a uuiiiiiuiuca
tion ti the Ac.iiloiuy f Molicmo on tiiu
EUlijett Inch ilis.tnlieil the liii'iiilnTS
n lit. It v.is on the action, Utli at a
distance mid lij lms.t coiit.ict, of ceitam
medicated aiul fermented Milt-taiiccs on
livpntilic subjects. The lattir were all
women who could not jxs.sill luvegot
their ue Is-fonliand, and wero liciiijr oln
orvcil while Dr. Uns operated liv a jury
I of scienti-ts alo all suspicion of having
j lent themselves to any tricki ry. A tills.-
I in one instance was lilleil with sulphate
of Mtnclimnc by Dr. I.uvs, ami the Mib-
jat. who was not present, was toM to
put it to tho left side of the iupe of her
neck. S)ii afttr there was a ultplioiiic
message from the foriiimi of the jury to
baj that the jkiticnt biillVred ui tliuleft
bide from lmiscularcontraotioiib, convuls
ive starts ami a rijrul body. When the
ding was placed on tlo right bide of the
iujiu (in mi filiation) the bjme phenom
enon took place?.
An ciptriiiiciit, or nil hi r experiments,
was made on subjects w ho wire brought
in to the operator. They hail no idea
whit Dr. Lnjs was going to use. Al
cohol when put to the naK in a tube
no largtr tli.ui a lnmieoiiathisi'i, vial and
herunticallv sealed produced exactlv tho
banie effect as if itnlniiod at a lur. Ab-
Imp cy V sr J n
for Strains, baTri
fruj)it tor fKtm.
The Fhj slctans of Xfw York.
Doctors rarch acquire fortunes. The
t-cions of tho profession dentists slo.
M.iny make u lomfortable tiling; few fall
in tho means of existence. Indeed, many
diictors might ncluee fortune had they
introduced the ejsteni of pirtners, the
business uietliuls, bookkeepers, etc.,
hicli the lecil profession has adopted,
but they cling to the old fashioned dignity
undrelatue disinterestedness of the call
ing If their iiativnts pa them, well and
good, if they do not, the loss of timo nod
ktmccs I put down to chant); and it is
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i biiuue, iiasLiii-ii, opium, iiioriiuiue, itvr, i s" " .-t,iin- tiuii. mis mminu is tar
cluiuiiMgne. tea ami coffee were in mic- I Kreatcr and more extended with physl
Old Clark outstrip herslfand broke I cession tri.sl with thur characteristic cf-
twts. isut tiio cup which cneirs nut
not inibriates"' was found too exciting
for French iieuroiiaths. Valerian caused
her record. The last figures w ill be found
in another part of this da)- paper. But
SPJH6FIEL8 nmm comfast,
Publishers and Proprietors.
KYKKUtO KKl'l HLIC If pufcllsbej
CTprr erealtc except unaT. aoa It aUT-
red at tie rate ol 10. per wdtlc
wrrut.r K:illll.lt 1.
Tn Thunday. and Is one ot the moil coaj I
ixht PKe. markets comolete. R-iiete
itti sews and K'.jcc'.IaLy. II per tear.
lnTarlaMi emah la adv&nce.
All eommualeattons and contributions
hoold tw addressed to Cuftok M ichols,
editor. Dd all caslstss tetters to Thoh.s O.
TaUpbos Xo. S50.
WEDNS0T EVEHllNS. NOVEMBER 9.1887.
Cany the news to Grower.
she did gloriouslj, beyond all expectation or
I prophecj .
New Jersey has gained a republican leg
islature, which will the the republicans
an additional United States senator.
Khode Island elects a republican repre
srntathe, which ghes us a gain to that ex-
I tent, in the house of representatives, and
paMlshed J in the event that the next presidential elec
tion goes inta tlie bouse of representatives,
this representative would help us to elect a
It U thought Mahone Is "done up' In
I Decisive returns hae not jet been re-
' ceived from New York. It is feared that
Fred Grant has been beaten by a small
'vote. The latest adv Ices will be found la
' our telegraphic columns.
I The democrats and mugwumps of Massa
chusetts are beautifully laid out.
It was a great xlctory and there was no
loss of lite.
Our eagle is quite a healthy bird.
The rebel flags will not be returned.
There are no muewnun thes on Ohio.
The Lord reigns ! Let nobody forget It.
Where was Abell when
the light went
Ohio has returned to her war time ma
Bring on your Thantsgiv Ing day. Grover"
We ar ready for it.
If "Old Clark" isn't the banner republi
cs! county, the is "most.
The Dayton Jlernhl (non-partisan and
I independent, owned by a democrat,) quotes
this from tlie Chicago Intcr-Orcun:
Villainously as has ex-President Ilayes
been slandered by his political enemies,
there is no American centleman bearing
the constant handicap of the Incumbency
of a late and great office upon him, who Is
found at the front in more praiseworthy
undertakings than tills same unostentatious
citizen of Fremont, Ohio.
Chairman IL F.Hayward, Secretary.). C.
Hallow ay, J. II. Rabbitts. J. S. Miles and
others who constitute! the local committee Dr. lironardil bupisirted him. Ho said:
We reside in Ohio we
Springfield, Clark county.
The last grand republican picnic of the
season was hold Tuesday.
It is evident that anti-boodle democrats
stayed at home Tuesday.
Mr. Grover Cleveland: The state of Ohio
presents you a robust snub!
The union labor men didn't e!I out to
the democraU or t-Ade w ith them.
Tlie old Ktrfuuc "got thar" In great
at-ape, this morning. It aln aj 9 does.
ratriotibiu was abroad In Ohio TucsJaj
and her hand writing is upon the wall.
Statesman Alell now rea'ues. ierl:3!s
that his patent medicine dodge was loaded.
The bouncing of Uncle Jimmy Johnson,
by President Cleveland, didn't help Powell.
Warmed-over republicans tsach as Pow
ell) do not run well as democratic candi
dates. The j;wuJrcr gives Foraker 20,000 ma
jority aud the legislature to the repub
Isn't the Heithi.ic's bird a beauty? It
Is the bird of freedom aud she screams for
The man who In't proud of SpringfiVd
and "Old Clark" must be rather sleepy or
Thanks be to God. who giveth us the vic
tory! And let all true and dev out patriots
ay Amen 1
The tariff, equal rights, a free ballot and
a tair count are the Issues of the presiden
Will our amiable fnend, Dr. Leonard,
please come over and kill the republican
party gome more ?
No, dear Columbus Lliitch, Keisew et
ter is not treasurer nor is he to be
auditor any more.
After tlie 4th of March, 1S9, Grover can
fidi and lunch to the satisfaction of his uu
Abell will continue to peddle ice from
the same old stand and will not insist on
"undoing tins great wrong."
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UIU UlVj.S nM4IIUVS. (lie IllUllglliaVI UIU
iutient w ere centered in a grave. She
was iiiiellel irresistibly to stoop down
and scratch the ground, and thought lur
sclf in aicnietery exhuming a deceased
rtlative whom she loved. Under the il
lusion she fancied herself picking lip
Umes lielongiiij; to tins skeleton, which
she handled vriih tender reverence, and
when theie was an imaginary mound of
them she placed, with dep drawn sighs
and tears and genuflections, across alivo
theni. Under the influence of li.iseliL-.li
evirv thing looked rosy and gayetj pre
vai!ed. Tlio subject was a young girl, very
fond of the drama. She f-uicied herself
on tho bUge and playing a part w Inch
snips! her to iierfectii,n. It was in a
boulTo oiH?ra and she sang her score ad
mirably. The sentiments- were expressed
with delicate feeling. Dr. Luvs can, ac
cording to the sule-tanccs lie uses run
through the whole gamut of human jias
sions and emotions.
What is most strango is tliat no trace
of the fictitious world in which tho
hypnotized subject lias been wandering
remains w lien real consciousness is re
stored. It is very rare feir even the idea
of having lieen in dreamland to eurvive
the awaki-ning from the hi juiotic trance.
Dr. Luys says that livpnotic binrgestion
sometimes lias lienods of incubjiion mora
or loss long. Tlie subject is at firbt grntly
drawntodoa certain tiling or things,
and then the drawing becomes an irresis
tible impulse. They are first as if tempted
md then as if possessed. They can no
more help themselves than a man who
ci ins than any other class of men, includ-
Iing ivoiessionai philanthropists.
The numlier of ln tors is great in New
York, but, nevertheless, it is singular how
fetv ouc meets. At dinners, receptions
I r.nd balls m the city thero will certainly
i If) several representatives of the bankers,
.rokers, merchants and lawvers; at the
most an occasional physician. In the
country ut liny of the summer resorts you
, will be certaiu to meet lawyers, out of
three men, two will Iielong to the legal
profession, out of U00, two or three may
I he doctors.
At a series of dinners last winter I do
' not remember nnj w here t he proportion of
Inwjers was not from two to thleo to one
of unother vocation. I only lemembcr
1 one phv sician and he came in lite. It Is
r.ot that electors have less nppn-cUtlon of
the social ami agreeable phases of life It
iJ that they are quietly, unostentatiously,
natural!) devotingthcniselvcs to suffering
1 humanity. It is something they ncccpt
ith their diplomis, the mission ot being
nt the instant call of suffering, whether
from rich or poor, and of obtaining their
rest, food mid recreation if aud when they
can. Truly, w o hold physicians to a strict
I accountability, we whose life is personal,
i end wu , even if we endeavor to broaden
it, 1 ipse so often. New York Graphic
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If you want to save from 25c to $1 on Hats, Caps or Gloves, call on
SULLIVAN, THE HATTER,
35 SOTJTH LIMESTONE STREET.
Sjrup of Fig,
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco. Cal., is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may be hail at
Dr. Casper's drug store, 50c and SI bottles.
It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remedy known to cleanse the system; to
act on the liver, kidnevs, a'ld bowels gent
ly jet thoroughly; to dispel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation.
Indigestion, and kindred ills.
have abundant reason to congratulate
themselves over the result in Clark county
yesterday. The fondest hope of the most
sanguine was distanced in the final count.
At heat In America.
tVraecmiir: the introduction of wheat
into America, reliable information Is ob
tainable. It may be difficult in the present
day to realize the fact that wheat was at
nc time unknown in America. Yet prior
to tho discovery of this continent by Co
lumbus thero was no cereal in Amenta
approaching in nature to the wheat plant.
It was not until 1500 that vv heat found
i.s way into Mexico, and then only by
chance. A slave of Cortcz found a few
grains of wheat in a parcel of rice, and
showed them to his master, w ho ordered
jad got to tlie verge of Niagara Tails in a ' '!lcm '? ,w I"ed- The result showed
boat could help going ov er. "l? w n,eat m ,um e " c" on -elcaa
, f f? Icml Mini Irulnf ntin K.. l ,s .!.. .4
IJr. i:oger moved tliat tho academv i :"-" '"-". "" v ""- ""."f
- .i:iiiiivin ir.iv -t ryt i .j in tn vi nwtn
Irom Jlexico theccreMl found
ay to Peru. Mane D'KscoKir. wife
of Don Diego do Cham es, earned n few
A story about William I). Kelly, of Penn
sylvania, has been recalled in Washington.
At a dlnnar given by acertain senator, Pres
ident Garfield turned to Kelly and said:
"Judge, hew do you account for the success
you have attained In public life?" With
great solemnity and iinprfssiveness Kell)
answered: "Geutleinen, I owe tae present
position in the eyes of me country to the
favor of Providence and me magnificent
thousands Buffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc Did you ever try
Ackers fcngllsli iiemeayi it is me neei
m-erjaratlon known for all Luntr Troubles.
sold on a pesitive guarantee at 10c, 60c.
Frank II. Coblentz, corctr Mailet an
A great number of cattle are b) Ing from
an unknown disease on Ilroad river. South
Carolina. They are taken with a quivering
in every muscle, and no remedy that has
beeu given them does them any good. All
the cattla that have died are those recently
moved from the uplands to the bottoms.
Thers Is a mule in the community affected
In the same way, but it seems to get no
name a commission to inquire into hyp- f,.".,,
notic mgge-tion, near and at a distance. 'aVwav
Our Mr. Thomas G. Brown brought out
this morning's edition of the rU.pnit.ic
and he did it in splendid shape. lie had
the paper on the street an hour before an)
other paper was heird from, and It was a
splendid specimen of work. too.
Gov. Joseph Ilenson Foraker because of
his ability, integrity, courage and sterling
republicanism stands today as the expo
nent of the modem, lo)al and progressive
element of the republican party in Ohio
aud the nation.
Chairman W. S. Cappeiler. General A.
S. llushnell and others of the state com
mittee who gave the campaign personal
attention, reaied a glonous reward, for
their labors, in jesterda)'s results.
Hon. George C. Itawhns Is endorsed and
endorsed very vigorously. The sentiment
that opposed him is a sentiment of the
dark ages and has no place among the
Intelligent iicople of old Clark.
"All that Dr. Luvs lias alleged and shown
cannot fail to make a im.so throughout
the world. "obody but JIM. Burnt and
IJourou liave gone so far as Dr. Luvs.
Ho not only forces on the attention of the
academy the question of li) pnotism, but
of irsons. lieing affected by jioisonous
substances w Inch do not pent trate, or it
may be- even touch their liodies. This is
from a legal iint of view-a great danger.
A great M.-ial lcsjponsibility is involved
in the matter. Itistheduty of the academy
to 'iave the t'jqK'riments of Dr. Luvs re
peated, withothersthatlie'arupon them."
Paris Cor. eu- Yoik Tribune.
grains to Lima, which were planted, tho
entire product being used for seed for
sev eral succesMv e crojis. At Quito, Ecua
dor, n monk of the order of St. l'rancis,
named I'm JodoI Bivi, introduced a new
cereal; and it is said that the jar which
contained the ws?d Nsitll preserved by tho
monks of Quito. Wheat w. is introduced
Into the present limits of the United
States contemporaneously with tho settle
ment of the country by the English und
vther Eurorf.ni settlers Chicago Times.
Thp Ilallam. r I'ltilaaVlphla.
Tlie Italians of Philadelphia are almost
entirely of the lower class. Tlie chief
xcuiiations liv which these tn-oplecain a
livelihood are rac nicking, street cleaninir.
I vending fruits and nuts and grinding
' called music out of w hevzv- hand organs.
An e-arly riser will see the rag pickers out
it break of day with logs and iron hooks,
prodding into ash and garlago barrels,
turning the contents over carefully and
electing what they want witli the air of
a connoisseur, and" to tell w hat they leave
would be easier than to enumerate the
irticles they stow away within the folds
Df their lues. Tlie hi rep t rlmni rs ton
Powell carried Hamilton county by 3.000 ire out and hard at work at dav break
majonty, Tuesday afternoon, before the
vites were counted. When they were
collated he wis about 7.000 behiud.
Major HcKinley spoke wisely when he
said, at the Toledo convention, that "God
only knows what i in the future for Foraker."
The republican workingnien stood shoul
der to shoulder and assisted In rolling up
the magnificent majority. AH honor to
The democratic administration snubbed
Ohio and yesterday Ohio snubbed the ad
ministration. Honors are easy and we
It is not now believed that Governcr
eKiesi.j win inienere witu me ueatn sen
tences of the Chicago anarchists.
How 1 Ino Ilfincm Arts Grown.
All the tine flowers sts.n at exlnbit-ons
are obtained by the plants King di.
bud.lei," as the method i, tethnicallv
known 1 he expert florists instruct uuri
teurswho select siecial kinds from the
cut How cr tallies tliat they must not be
disapjKilnted ut iiuding them half the size
when the) llouer, unle-ss the) pinch off all
the buds but one on each shoot just us
soon as the buds can be seen. Xevv York
Mail aud Express.
Karthquake Troof Ilutlillncm.
The government of Japan has invited
several scientific liodies to appoint a joint
committee to examine and reiwrt upon
the tyi of buildings best calculated to re
sist shocks of earthouake This Is in
view of the fact that w hereas Japanese t taught to liark at
houses were formerly constructed ot wood I ene'tny or stranger.
ioing tasks and enduring wrongs no
American would undergo at any price.
Ilie fruit dealers and the organ gnndera
ippear on the scene about 7 o'clock and
i day's work for them ends about 11 at
Tlie Italian is a hard worker and con
tent with small pay, two facts which
make him very popular w ith contractors.
Ilie're is no ldlem-ss tolerated in their
households. While tho husband is gather
ing rags the w ife is tending a fruit stand
)r selling trinkets from door to door.
Hie boys who are large enough rro fur
lished with a "kit" and liecome Kxit
blacks, while the smaller brothers add
their mite to the general fund by gather
ng cigar stumps from the gutter" Phila
Idpliia Time-.. '
A Sptsrlrs of Be.,t
, Avery pleasant evening's amusement
for n numLer of i-op!e might 1 secured
by hav ing a pronouncing bee condnctisl on
the same general principles as a spelling
bee. The woids to be pronounced should
be rclected by n commitwes-ud written up
on a blackboard in full view of the audi
ence. Sceiet) in general gets along v cry
well with uncertain spelling, and there
are many smart men and women who
very wisely refrain from ink. It rially
makes but small ilifien nee to society nt
lirge how it individual members spell.
By lefrainiug from iuk their lapses In this
respect are not know n, but it is absolutely
necessary to know how to speak correctly
and pronounce words prope'rly. There are
man) who continue to stumble over such
sm ill bowlders as finance, vagary, hyme
neal, etc., etc. A cleverly arrauged pro
nouncing ljee would furnish a great deal
of fun and sonic money for small chari
table eutfrtalnmcuts. Hare DiU.
"Rorc.n ox pixes."
Why suffer Piles! Immediate relief and com
plete cure guaranteed. Ask for "Rough on
IMes." 8ure cure foritcoing, protruding, bleed
iDg.orasy formof Piles. 50c, AtDrnggisUor
mailed. . & Wells, Jersey City, U.S.
Wens' "Health Keneirer" restores health and
vigor, cares Drspepsla, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For Weak lieu. Delicate Women. II.
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dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops hair com-.
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A German paper says that there is no '
longer any sword-uaking industry in Da- I
mascus. What was once known as the
sword trade is now occupied witli convert
ing the blades of old saws and pieces of
ordinary iron into daggers and cheap
swords, aud rifles of Solingen and Birming
ham make are bought up, finished and dec
orated in oriental style, and put upou the
market as weapons of Arabian and Damas
In Brief, anil to the I'olnt.
D) spepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion Is a toe to good na
ture. The human digestive apparatus is one of
the most (Ojiphcated aud wonderful things
in existence. It is easily put out of order.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, ir
regular habits, and manyotherthingswhich
ought not to be. have made the American
people a nation of dyspeptics.
Hut Green's August Flower has done a
wonderful work in reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American people so
health that they can enjo) their meals and
Itemember: Xo happiness without health.
But Green's August flower brings health
and happiness to the d) speptlc. Ask ) our
druggist for a bottle. Sev ent j -fiv e cents.
This Furnace has no equal for simplici
ty, durability and economy. Is constructed
of heavy steel plate. Is a base heater.
eallv controlled, and Is exempt from the
po-sib.Iity of gas-leaking joints.
Ample Reference Given.
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SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO.
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FALL and WINTER
BENTS' UNDERWEAR AND HOSIEBY.
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A Tr Pointful.
1 The recent statistics of the number of
deaths show that the larfce majority die
i vv ith consumption. 1 his disease may com-
i menee with an) apparently harmless cough
which can bo cured instantly by Kemp's
Ualsaui Tor the throat and I.unfs, which is
guaranteed to cure and relieve all cases.
IVice 5t)c. and $1. Trial size free. For
sale by T. J. Casper, 41 east Main street.
masonry is novr commi; larcilv Into use
especially iu tho construction of public
buildings Chicago T'nies.
Watch Dog for 5ntry Duty.
One of the latest freaks of niihtarv .-
inceis the tmininj; of watch dog-! fir
sentry duty. The Kiench war minister
lias Riven orders that do'-s shall lie tneu
in connection with advance post duty ami
the approach of an
Uors are also to lie
tiseu as scouts, and if they prove Useful
they are to be attaches! to all the line reg
iments and stationed re'jrularly w ith the
lire Urn, Jfotlee. uoulue sei iries. "ixtlin- IOOsO the dogs
1 fF nr tints. ttPAtiif ..,. 1. . - i.i . . i
Ovvineto a recent amncement. the Bee I ::.Vr;."'. :.''.., "l" '"4V a ule.
Line can now sell through tickets to all e?",.AL:,a -I'"cai mcawng.-ew
Crjlifnml. i.nint via .11 rn TI.Ij 1 iriOUIie.
v...v.... ...w .... ...a KiiiHa. A HIS ALT" I
' In Portland. Oregon, a man befriended a
I Chinaman who fell, as though tmm ex
' haustion. before his door. On the follow
ing day. while a friend was pralsinic the
tender-hearted man for his good deed, the
, same Chinaman fell again sprawling in
I from of them. The kindly disposed resi-
i dent lifted the prostrate man to his feet and
1 sent him reeling with a tremendous kick,
remarking that a line must be drawn some
' fttvvP the Children. They are es.
S3VYrV-. pecially liable, to sudden
1 Colds, Loughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
etc tie guarantee Ackers English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
hours of anxious tratchinsr. Sold b
Frank II. Coblentx, cornet Market and
Admiral Porter, at Newport, spends
much time sailing catboats, a di version of
which he is very fond.
s5v ocp M a. Blood Elixir Is the only
TXV,lS.Vr Blood Remedy p,anu.
teed. Itisapomt.Tecarefor Ulcers. Erup-
tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Kheumatir
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
In the new building. 244 Clifton street, dt
rectlf opposite the school douse ou Cltlton
street, wbere he will otter an entirely new
and complete assortment ot carefully se
lected Groceries. Xotlona. etc. bought for
c ish. Everything at KocK Uottom Prices,
and will be sold lur cash At pi ices away
below the bottom. Xowletthe people ot
the south east iMe of tlie city and county
ronie aud test our goods aud prices, and
It we do not throw all down-town compet
ing bouses into the shade, andglTe better
aatlifactl n than they, then dou't buy of
us. Itemember the place,
248 CLIFTON STREET,
The republican tickets of 1SS5. circulated
by the democratic committee, didn't ma
terialize. Kepublicais are no chumi.
They can read!
Springfield and Clark county are bark
Into republican line more consplcuou-ly
than ever before. A majority of I.Sol in
the city and 2,200 In the county breaks the
Governor Foraker's majority in this city
is 1,351. Springheld and Clark county
send this greeting to Grov er and Inv ite ulm
to come again. The snub contained the
ingredients of a stimulant. . j
plies to single and round trip tickets. Bv
this new arrangement round trip tickets can
lie sold v ia tlie Santa Fe or. Middle route,
with choice of any line returning; or via the
Union racihe or Southern Tactile lines and
return by the Santa Fe line.
Kitty S,rnly Kebuknl.
Little MarRcry, plav ing vv ith her kitten,
,ot a rather severe scratch from the ani
mal. Her lip trembled for nn inst-inr.
Tickets both ' and then she assumed tho coiiimnmlin
single and round trip are now sold to San attitude and expression that her mother
Francisco as well as to Southern California had assumed under fomevvliat similar cir-
Jr?' T??iIiDfiJwln.t8..w,t.h pridf-to cutnstanwa toward her, and, extendinj;
their record in this Califoniia buslmsjs. Xot her hand, saM sternly: S
a complaint from any one, ot a connec- ..Tittr hw. m ,i,( ;i" n.
tion missed and ever)thlng carried out just ivJ&V P ! -Bo6ton
as represented. Tliink of this and arrange lranscr:i1t-
to loin our next nartv. whieh will m ihimi I The rerfrrtlon
November 9. Fer f uil particulars call on f Of the ace In the medial li. t. ti, hm 4av'3 UV
... . . j xriai in
Cholera seems to have disappeared at
New York nuarantine and measles become
Hundreds of persons who have usd
Aver's Hair Vigor attest its value, as a
stimulant and tonic, for preventing aid
curing baldness, cleansing the scalp, at d
restoring the jouthful color to faded and
The state militia of Springfield. III., are
held in readiness to respond to call iu case
they are needed.
or address u. 11. Knight, agent, Spring
field, O.. who will accompany the part) to
Kansas City and attend to all details.
G. II. Kmoiit, Agent
O. B. Maktix, G. P. A.
A Itare Chance.
On tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, Fo
ley & Ha) ward will sell the five-acre tract
or land lying west of the city, on the Troy
pike. A good house of six rooms, good
cellar, cistern, barn, stable, hay mows.
cow stable, stock sheds, wheat and corn
granaries, milk house, wind pump and
tank, water pipes In garden, splendid fruit
of all kinds. This is a splendid country
fruit remedy. S)rup of Figs, manufactuted
only by the California Fruit Sv nip Co.. San
r rancisco. uai. it is agreeable to the taste,
acceptable to tne stomach, harmless in its
nature, painless )et prompt and thorough
In its action. For sale at Casper's drug
At Zanesville. O., Wm. Sparks, a bar
tender, crushed Edward O'Doiinell'a skull
with a base bail bat.
The St, Petersburg Journal (official)
warns Austria to mind her own business
regarding Bulgarian affairs.
Try Wnaldon ft Merrill for coaL
Fits All fits stopped free by I)r. Kline's
Great ueltestorer. o Bts after nrst
al an elous cures. Treatise and
S2 trial bolt lee to ht cases. Send to
Dr. Kline. 911 A ch street, Philadelphia,
A child of Irvin Cross, of Minerva. O ,
was suffocated by sticking its head into a
crock of molasses.
A C.utn. To all who are suffering from
errors and indiscretions of )outh, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood,
etc, Iwill send a receipt that will cure you,
free of charge. This great remedy was
discovered by a missionary in South Amer
ica. Send self-addressed envelope to Iter.
Joseph T. luman, Station D. New York
The Only Remedy
Contagious Blood Poison.
Mr D P Vilam.. Union. South Purollrn,
"J'.' :. ' ""' t llh a ti rrlW raw,
of lIoo.l imlwin Tor Atmut thlrtieu months. I
r trratMl 1 y I! t l-i i htakUnn. anil unt
vark llfl kltlilaof nrninlirs. htit irHinl no
mUiaiitUl relief. I nniil, irll ihr swift
Sprrlto. an I ah. ut four bottle luretl m
auutil unit ll."
eol R II. Kit-srr, fstltoranil pnirrlftor of
tie Oj.llSa VU. Tiaura. un. ,-r ilatc of
AUCU-t J. is;, vrlm -Wlirn I aa
3-ounit n.an. tlir. lull Intto-retion. I con
tractisl a ili&t. nli'rh ha ntuik to
roe for yrar Some ne or nil jeara
alnre I waa trouliliil with luln, ao to
niake It itinicult f. r me to walk Having
ailtertlMsJ tlie HSiln mv pawr foraeteral
yearn, I ei n-luile.1 1 would try It to aee If
there was auy rtfreo In the meiLclne. I
comnienrnl ulnir u aeeoidln2 to illrei Hun
and uscillialf dozen iHtttles Iwasnnreata
waystallou anil, ki ttlnrf li-ft. I walked Ihe
ae,enniMianil haee neterfrlt any return
oftheild ntalailr. After eiprrlenelnir tho
KiMtalerrita 1 must ay I am Katlnrleil w th
Ihereault. 1 am ante right yrar fakean.l
I reel now like a young man ami can is to
trecane when nieeiuary and srt upfmmalx
toeii;ht luiUNand ems wltrHiut any Inisin
etience. I tead Ji u IhU without aollLlta
tlnn. Mr. F. Worhl.ni North Avenue, Chicago,
um'er date t.f June li, liT wrlt.s "lilerm
Itmjrdut totliank imi for threure 1 re
ee,ed f n m your exrellem ruedM- ne. I con
tracteita viry severe rase rf IiIimI ilson
Ing aliout two years oo Heart lg of your
medicine, t went to ailrCK alure. the pro
prietor of whVh -rLailiil me to buy a
pretarallnn f his own. wl.kh he said was
asureeurc 1 used six l.illli- .f his rtufT
and trrw worse all Ire time. At la'ttcot
dl.gustetl and ilrsiutlreil of a eure I met ai
fr end who tol I me that your medicine lu-ul
eiileit him I went to the s?me druggist
again and demandi it y mir meillelne lie re
luitanllVMiU mo twelve Ixullrs, and I ant
now is-rreitly cur,il. I write tn's for the
lienert of urerers.lo prevent their lel-g
oecilved hv false n irr--rntatlonh. t thank
imieirsiii lor the benefit drnved Irom your
iir j. - e-nener. a nr
In a loiter te -minting tne Infelllhle surisas
le has In luring tomagloua bKMt s son
enses In his evtensite praitiee, writes:
TlHe who know the almost Inevitable,
iwmiaretitly iUi gerous elicits or nelcury
wlllwehome your discovery of S, a & at a
tss n to humanity. The medical p.ore,slon,
always wnrv of troprletary nnsliclnes, la
t tnliigslowl.and In a. me tejM secretty,
to the u'o of 8. s. s In cases of hloial ills
order Of course a meek-lne that euni
toLsonlng In It, worst form must purify the
lisid of everv dl.order."
X tlce to CoDtraciors.
SEALED PKOPOS L will be reeelred at the
office ol the city ilrrkof the city ot Spring
field, Ohio, for (uruishtui; materials and con
structing a sewer from Center street east to
me .uaraet atreev sewer, on ecn sitae of the
new Market house, proposed to Decree ted by
said city, according to the plans and specinca
tlous theretoronUle tu the office ot the city
All bids must befor furnishing all the mate
rials and completing the work according to
aald plans and specifications, work to be com
menccd at aueh time us council ma hni,rtap
designate. and to be completed within thirty
days thereafter; bids must state price for la
borand material separately, must be signed
by the fall name of all persons lnteres-ed In
said bid. and shall also be signed by some re
sponsible disinterested person as a guarantee
that a contract will be entered into and the
work performed, provided said bid ts accept-
cu. auu uiusi uu un me wiui tne city clerk on
or before twelve o'clock nooa onTbursday. the
lvthdayof ovember. IssT. to be opened and
publicly read Immediately thereafter, as pro
vided bylaw, and reported to council at Its
urab rcauiar meeting inereaner.
The city council reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals presented for any reason
they may deem sufficient.
By orderof council
WHITE AND COLD
Also, a large line ef Burnished Bronze. Ht. Weotf
and Gilt Molding, which we sell cheaper and put up bet
ter than any dealer here can.
GOLD LEAF FRAMES!
Mantel and Pier Mirrors to order; Artist's Preof Etch
ings, Engravings and Cheaper Grade Pictures ; every
thing we have or cin raakewill be sold on Weekly
INSTALLMENTS OF 25c. TO $1,
SO WEST IMLrVITV STREET.
n a. ouMTKitaic,
Ut dmtal raaLoia.
Kooraa .,. Mitchell Btoak.
S. X. Cor. Main and Market 8ta.
WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, GO TO
WHELDON & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE AJID KET1IL DEALERS IX
Ha. UMIWCKH, 56 and 57 Arcade. Prtat
a AT. Knarraer and Tsihlanilil. Rt,NA.M
Wedding gooda and ealllng tarda a apoaialtr. '
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
Tk Oalj Klrat-r lass Hoaae of tkla klad
la tke city.
ROOMS EN SUITE OR SINGLE
S0.116K W. .MaK.Corr.r Factor,.
HATEH-1 to t.SO rjer dv and
4 JtO. Mi svnrl mO per week.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 276.
BRANCH OmCE AJTD YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. TelepheM 254.
JOHN H. WILSOIT,
Chcner. prominent rhTlcln.
i rjumnii, tonfl.
Tl-IPaltlsM lit! His ami aktlsl Sarin Mua.M.a.1ll4
lntwtf S, AtlstaUL. Ua.
no. sa w. JErrEiuox STREET,
SPRINGFIELD, - - OHIO.
WANTED few lint clasa gentlemen
boarder; good, arat-claas table board;
good rooms, and in tact, every accommo
dation to make borne pleasant. Me bare
In connection Rood park and sill conven
ience ot a Drat class bouse. Tbe bouse la
situated In center of a park and conven
lent to all depots, also postofflce and tele
NOS. 26 AJTD 28 EAST MAHT STREET.
New line ef Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock to
select frtm. All geeds first-class and
cempleto satisfaction assured.
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