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tine of the Leading- Belles Kill. ticflslf
The Motives Unknown
Kw Yois. September !. A special
from Havana says: The sensation of
the hour is the self-inflicted death of
Isabel Cabeleiro, one of Havana's society
belles, where she was universally admired
and bcloed for her beauty, her goodness
and accomplishments. She was a typical
Castilian beauty; decidedly brunette, with
a long oval face, flashing dark eyes and
raven black tresses that swept the floor
when uncouiined. At the balls and thea
ters, which she constantly attended, the
most elegant costumes set off her tall,
graceful and exquisitely molded figure to
the best advantage. Iter hands arid feet
were remarkable for their smallness, even
in this country, where diminutive extremi
ties abound. Her manners were reflucd,
her conversation brilliant.
Of late her face had Miuetime worn a
expression of sadness or anxiety; but as
these fits of despondency would auickly
pass away, her family and friends paid no
attention to them. Great, therefore, was
their surprise v hen on Mondar night last the
news spread through the city that she had
committed suicide. The motive if there
is any is as yet unknown; but the facts
point to mental derangement. On Monday,
as austial, she ordered her maid to prepare
her afternoon bath. She then called
the butler and asked him to purchase a
pistol, which she said she intended to pres
ent to her brother. The one he bought was
- not to her fancy, and she let him exchange
it for a more elegant and expensive
one. The second sample passed her
highly, and she called the maid's and but
ler s attention to its pretty shape and
carved handle. At her request the butler
instructed her as to how it shonld be load
ed and handled. After thanking him for
the lesson, she bade the servants to sav
nothingof the purchase, as she wanted to
suprise her brother. They promised and
withdrew. When, an hour later, there
port of a pistol brought the family and
servants to the scene.they found the oung
and beautiful Isabel lying crosswise 611 the
bed, elegantly atired in a white dressing
gown, dead. Her long treses were wet
from her recent bath, and her right hand
still clutched the pistol which the butler
had but a short time previously purchased
by her orders.
A thick stream of blood oozing from her
mouth indicated the direction of the bullet
On a table dote to her bed w ere two let
ters, one forJier father, begging his pardon
for her act; the other addressed to one of
her sisters, asking that her bed and grave
should be covered with fresh rocsand that
they should bury her in a white lace gowi
that lav on the bed beside her. The lettei
concluded by bidding her family a tcndei
farewell anil enjoining her sisters and
brother to ever care-for and support their
Havana society has gone into mourning.
As yet no one has dared to break the teiri
ble news to her aged mother, who inces
antly calls for her favorite daughter. The
family is inconsolable, and it is thought
the father can not long survive the shock
of her tragic end. " This sad event so en
grosses public attention that the latest
news from Madrid has not received its due
ahare of notice.
The Jilting Tongae.
Slander attacks ns from behind. The
bite is rarely felt unless It Is malignant and
persistent Disease, too, often steals upon
us through a vital channel. The air we
breathe affects the lungs If it be malar
ious It enters the blood, if It changes too
quickly in the temperature it produces dis
ease of the throat etc Whether Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters Is taken to prevent or to
remedy the various forms of disease pro
duced by miasma, such as Intermittent
fever, dumb ague, ague cake or bilious re
mittent It is and ever has proved to be an
effective and thorough remedy one which
does not only ameliorate the symptoms of
the maladies of this type, but eradicates
their cause. Dyspepsia, liver complaint
rheumatism, bladder and kidney troubles
are among the humanity-afflicting troubles
which it promptly relieves and ultimately
The Queen and Crescent .Route to the
South challenges attention as having the
best appointed service of trains and the
fastest schedules of the day. The track Is
In faultless condition, sleepers and coaches
are of elegant pattern, and few stops being
made by the Limited Express train after
leaving Cincinnati, no difficulty Is experi
enced in obtaining accommodation of the
highest standard. The line penetrates the
richest mineral and cotton sections, and en
route to New Orleans and Shreveport the
phenomenal cities of Chattanooga, Gads
den, Birmingham andTuscaloosa are passed.
A. journey south, via Queen and Crescent
Route, Is recommended.
C. 8. & C. Bulletin, G. A. R-'a.
On account of the Grand Army encamp
ment. Sept 11th to 14th, the C. S. & C.
-will sell round trip tickets to Columbus at
90c for the round trip. Tickets good going
from Tth to 12th and returning until 19th.
C. L. UiLtEAnr. Ticket Agt
The Philadelphia schools will be crowded
It Wox't Bake Bread. In other
words. Hood's SarsaparUI will not do im
possibilities. Its proprietors tell plainly
what it has done, submit proofs from
sources of unquestioned reliability, and ask
j o'j frankly if you are suffering from any
disease or affection caused or promoted by
impure blood or low state of the system, to
try Hood's Sirsaparllla. The experience
of others is sufficient assurance that you
will not be disappointed In the result
Money cannot make a vice respectable;
but it makes it tolerable to a great many
Whit cbe b tot
expected of the
old fashioned way
of bUcLfag the
shoes? Try die
oew way by u&irg
and the dirty task
becomes a cleanly
REQUIRES NO BRUSH.
Sbtdi Water or Snow. Shoes can be washed
clean, requiring dressing only once a Week
for men. once a Month for women.
It it also an Elegant Harness Dressing.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH.PhiUdelphla
Allays Pain and,
lleals the Sores,1
Restores tbe I
Senses of Taste
Try the Cure
agreeable. Price 60 eenta at Druggtsti; b
mail, reentered, 60 eta. BIT BfiOB., 66
Warren St. Kew York.
f yV II r
aW y Jjfeaaat
sssVx.! lire I
Is Consumption Incurable?
Read the following: Mr. C. H. Morris,
Newark, Ark., says: "Was taken down
with Abscess of Lungs, and friends and
physicians pronounced me an Incurablo
Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, am now
on my third bottle, and able to oversee the
work on my farm. It is the finest medi
cine ever made."
Jesse Middleware Decatur, Ohio, says:
"Had it not been for Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption I would have died
of Lung Troubles. Was given up by doc
tors. Am now In best of health." Try It
Sample bottles free at Chas. Ludlow &
Co.'s drug store.
This remedy is becoming so well known
a-d so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters
sing the same song of praise. A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that Is claimed. Electric Bit
ters will cure all diseases of the Liver and
Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Bolls, Salt
Rheum and other affections caused by im
pure blood. Will drive Malaria from the
sj stem and prevent as well as cure all Ma
larial fevers For cure of Headache, Con
stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit
ters. Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
or money refunded. Price 50 cts. and Sl.00
per bottle at Chas. Ludlow and Co.'s drug
Itucklan's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures plies, or no payment required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
Advice to Hothera.
Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup, forchli
dren teething, Is the proscription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in
the United States, and has been used for
rears with never-falling success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value Is Incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
tnd wind colic. By giving health to the
cnlia it rests the mother, ITlceSSca bottle.
VIA THE PENNSYLVANIA LINES.
Excursion! to Columhu for tbe Q. A R
The national encampment of the G. A.
R. will be held in Columbus, Ohio, from
September 11th to 15th.
Excursion tickets will be sold from
Springfield at rate of SI. 10 to Columbus,
from September 8th to 11th, inclusive, good
returning until September 19th. By spe
cial arrangements excursionists may, upon
application, have the limit of their tickets
extended up to and Including October 20th.
She Tried 'and Knows.
A leading chemist of New York
cays : " No plasters of such merit as
the Ath-lo-pho-ros Plasters haveever
before been produced." They are
a novelty because they are not made
simply to sell cheap, they are the
best that science, skill and money
can produce, and will do what is
claimed for them. For sprains,
aches, weakness, lameness, etc,
they are unequaled.
tot Fulton St. Sandusky. O.. Nor. n. "87
Toe AUuopaoros Plaster acted like
magic It la toe bni I ever trkd and I
have need many lands, Onr drosviat
said "plasters are all abont the same1 Dtrk
X don't think so now. I sprained my arm
and aboolder In July, and It has been
painful since, bat It does not pain me at
allnov. Mrs. Wnxzs Maonj.
aT Bead 6 cents for the beautiful colored pic
tore, " Moorish Maiden."
THEATHL0PH0H0SC0. 112 WallSL K. T.
ITANTED -Good, steady boy to learn the
If barber trade. Apply at Mo. 56 east Main
rrjAXTED Young lady to act as bookkeeper
11 and saleslady. Wages moderate Ad
dress, giving toll name, lock box 151. 2111)
WANTED Five or six good brick masons to
work on buildings at the Ohio fctoldlers'
and Sailors' Orphans' Home, at Xenla. Apply
to George Beatty, contractor, Xenla, 0. 2l0a
E wish to employ a tew salesmen on salary
to sell our cood bv samDle to the whole
sale and retail trade ot Springaetd. Ohio, and
sajoining states, vt e are the largest manu
(acturera ot our line In the country. Send two
cents In stamps for particulars. No postals
answered. Centennial M'f'g Co., Cincinnati,
U7 ANTED Responsible men, having confl
II denceln themselves, to fill good posi
tions, local or traveling, with a leading Life
lnsuranceCompany. Address Manager. lock
box 86, Cleveland, 0. 36r
IT J. T. MITCHELL A CO.
GENERAL JOB PRINTERS.
BASEMENT ST. JAMES HulEL.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
TO Drop us a postal, and will call.-gr
ANTED Agents for the Universal Oil and
lleaterand Burner, the hoosekeeDers' de
light; cooks a meal or heats a room at a cost
ot 2 cents per hour; nothing like It ever In
rented; agents are maklngblcmooey; sells at
sight Address Universal Manufacturing Co.
XR RENT Furnished front room on first
. floor, hall entrance, 95 Factory street 211a
FOR RENT-W east Columbia street, three
furnished rooms for rent. 211a
FOR RENI Stable at 138 west North street.
Apply on premises. 'M)b
FOR RENT-Larce brick house. 12 rooms, No.
56 east Columbia street, within one block
ot Main street. Call on Mrs. J. D.Stewart. 66
north Limestone street. antl
FOR RENT Eight room house on west
Pleasant street; a good stable on the lot
Inquire at or address 55 south Western ave.
ijlOR RENT House of five rooms, with cls
. tern and hydrant water, on Columbia
street, east of Limestone, next west ot No. 75
?0R RENT Small house; five rooms; $5 per
. month. Enquire at 13u west Colombia st
DOR RENT The Shellabarger property or
r N. Limestone street. Inquire ot C. A
Welsh. Mitchell block. l(2t
LOST Pair of gold classes, yesterday, be
tween 67 Spring street and Limestone st
and Stanton avenue. They were In a morocco
case. Finder will please leave tbem at this
FOR SALE A 7-octave. rosewood cased
Piano, In good condition. Cheap, it sold
soon. Call at 116 a. Factory st. 206t
MONEY TO LOAN.
1T0NEY TO LOAN-S5.000 to S10.000 for three
ill to fire years, first mortgage security. In
quire of Sciplo E. Baker, Springfield Metallic
Casket Co. aultt
UONEYTO LOAN In sums to suit on first
m. mortgage and good commerch 1 paper
Call and see ns. Room No. 1. Lagot da Bant
building. George H. Coles A Son.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good second-band
dray, on easy terms. Inquire otW.S.Neu
berry. 22 east Main street. 211b
CLAIRVOYANT-Fred Howard Pierce tells
tbe past, present, future, troubles In love,
marriage, buslness.loss of property.dlagnoses
disease, and gives tbe name of tbe one you
will marry, for a abort time only at 95 south
Factory Utreet, prices to all 5u cents: call
early and find what the future will reveal.
IKSTI'TaTTE,Tpoyr.V. Ibe old
est School ot Engineering In tbe UnltedSta tea.
Next term begins Bept. 12. The Register for
1886 contains list ot graduates for 62 yean,
with their positions ; also, course of study,
requirements for admission, expenses, etc.
Candidates living at a distance may be exam
ined at their homes. Address .
DAVID M. GREENS. Direotor.
Bide Ileadacbe and relieve all the troubles Inct
drat to a bilious state of the system, such as
Inzzint-ss, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after
eating. Pain In the Side, 4c Vf bile their most
remarkable success baa been shown is curing
Headache, yet Cakxtr's Ijtit Lxtck Pills
are equally Taluable In Constipation, curing
and prerenting this annoying complaint, white
they also correct all disordera of the stomach,
stimulate the liver and regulal the bowels.
Even If they only cured
Ache they would be almost priceless to those
who suffer from this distressing complaint:
but fortunately thelr'goodness does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
thew little pills valuable in so many ways t hat
they will not be willing to do without them.
But after all sick head
is the bane of to many Ures that here Is where
we make our great boast. Our pills cure it
while others do not.
Carteb's Lrrnx Liter Pills are very tftnall
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
a dose. Tbey are strictly vegetable and do
not Eiipe or purge, but by their gentle action
please all who use them. In vials at 23 cents;
five for $1 . Sold everywhere, or sent by mail.
CASTE XZSISSX CO., lot
MR MM kLlTnee,
IS. EUUPHBE7S' BOOS
Cloth & Cold Binding:
111 rstsa,wU 8tsJ aatrsfkf,
lUm. r. a BnlSla. X. V.
ovrmntaTALSos. ccbxs raicx.
Fevers. Congestion. Inflammations... .33
Honns, Wormler. Worm Oollc... JSS
(Tlin Colic, or TeelhlnaotlniatiU. .35
Diarrhea, ot Children or Adults 3A
Dysentery, Griping, Btltons C0U0.... .33
Cholera Slorbos.Vomituis; 35
Couth. Ootd, Bronchitis 33
Xeuralaia. Toothache. Faoeaeha..... .3
Headaches. Sict Hasdacha, Vtrtig.. .33
Dyspepsia. Biltoas Stomach
lilies, too Profuse Periods...
! imnL imacnii omul
Rbenm. Erysipelas. Eraptiona
Rheumatism. Khenrastio Pains... ...
MFever and Asne, Chills, Malaria.
Ktl IllinA f P.lMdin...
Catarrh. Ionnensa, Cold Id tha Head
W hooplnf Roncn, Violent Cooajha..
ftrneral Debllltr.PhjsicalVf eaknesa
Nerrona Debility........... .......
Dlwease a of the Heart. Palpitation-i
S P E C 1 F I C S
bold by DrtutrisTU. or neat postpaid on rc.pt of
prtoo. iiLaruitiiB'Mxwcuk to. im ran u. a. I.
This is theTop of the Genuine
Pearl Top Lamp Chimney.
All others, similar are imitation.
This exact Label
A dealer may say
and think he has
others as cood,
BUT HE HAS NOT.
Insist upon the Exact Label and Top.
For Sale EnirwKEtr, IUM.oin.viY
6E0. A. MAGBETH &, CO., PittsbnrgS, Pa.
Or the lilnor Habit. Paelllrelr Cared
by admlnlaterlner Dr. liaises
It can be given in a cop of coffee or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It ; la absolutely
u.r.uipss. ua win cum a wnninim ana inM
w-c, uc.ucc uib iwirni is a muurraie unnser or
an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ot drunkards have
been made temperate men w ho have taken Uolden
elpecl&c In their coffee without their knowledge
and to-day bellrve tbey quit drinking of their own
free WIIL IT NEVER FAILS. The system once
impregnated with the 8peciflc. It becomes an utter
Impossibility for the liquor appetite to exUt For
tale by T.J. CASPER, 41 E. Main HL, and TJIfcU.
TROUPE. Druggists, fcprlngBel1. O
cure, whether tbe patient Is a moderate drinker c
Enamel your Raogea twice a year, tops once aa"
a a eek and you hare the nnest-pousbed store In the
world, for sale Dy all urocera ana bwtb veawn.
Netts Stephenson, J. D. Lankenau. Fer
dlnand & Otto. Myers, Lafferty J: Co. Tbe
J. U.Stewart Co.. V. R. Durnett.
WSOLESALE AND RETAIL
FLOUR, FED AND HAY.
Hear of Republic Building and No. 23 North
Limestone St. Telephone No. 330.
I WT AGENTS 8Ki
To men antf woman of &
rsr and ability, atMklni
ral terms will b eItml.
prinripta which htm labot
and clothing anonnooatr
8am Dl a nt on two
weaks trial, on liberal terms, to b re
turned at my fsbense If no
kiv ii nai aaxisraciorr
year ! Ming mad
r faTlTTITsrstslTlf saMft
Intrtntto Mrlt maklaa it a ohenomintl mrnna
enrrwhere. Ilinstratad clrenlara and terms frea
J. WORTH.Sou M'rv7io rxuM AVETaLOUHslfa.
I fen Mattel. AtktorpitamJanahmtrmTxULJ
Dr. Frank G. Runyan,
aasr jattrpny at uro. j store
IDesiaiausniion given iK w
IN THOSE QUALITIES WHICH ARE REQUISITE IN A
SEE EXHIBIT AT CINTI CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION,
SECOND FLOOR, PARK BUILOINQ.
THE JOHN CHURCH CO. 6tn'l Fatten
FINE OUT AND PLUQ
EAILBOAD THE CAED.
PttUbnrj, Olnelnnatt and St. Lonls Ball
way Company ran Handle Bout.
Under schedule in effect June 10th, 1888,
trains leave Sprlugtield central (standard)
time (or Xenia, Dayton, Klchmond, St.
Louis, Chicago and all points west and
northwest and for Cincinnati, Columbus
and eastward, 6:30 a. in.; for Xcnla, Day
tou.Cincinuatl.lUchmond and IndianapolU,
0:40 a. tu.; (or Xenia, Dayton, Klchmond,
Indianapolis, St. XxuU and westward, oi
Columbus, l'iltsburg.I'hlladelphla and New
York city, try our 5 o'clock evening
train. (Makes connection at Xenla with
the new "Pennsylvania Special," reaching
Philadelphia 1:30 p. in. and New York
p. in. next day.)
But (or Chic&KO and points west and north
west our 7:30 evening train beats them all.
On this train you will hud an elegant vestl
bule combined sleeping and chair car, with
a library of choice books, a porter to wait
on you, and home -like conveniences
throughout. You make a mistake when
you look at the old building here kuown as
the "Pan Handle depot" and compare It
with our train service. The former Is bad,
the latter the best on earth.
Trains arrive In Springheldat f7.-25a. in
8:30 a. in., norao a. in. and S:40 p. in.
Dally. jDaily except Sunday.
S. Douos, Ticket Agent
JleTsland, OolnmDns, Cincinnati as.
i HUht ar i -7 ?ftm
12 New York Boston Kiproiojo an
1 Cleveland Saltern aUpreaa- sMoa.
I WawVnrtl.lmlturlHinreaa ,'1""1raT
J NUCht gnreaa at an aj.
i7 spg., cin. Wei. Jtx 1 $ S
1 Cln. JflylnaT Buckeye t) aji
i Cincinnati k ladlanapoua KxpreaiKUO aa
i CleveUcaJtClnelanauKipreas lsodb
IS Booth At West Kxpress . js m
5 CtatL.lnd. Bt-lnls AKan. Ki .so pa
. aaarn r aoat lasr.
Night Express , Tm an
1 Ulu.yiylna Buckeye V" an
3 Clevelan X Cincinnati Express 1.30 pn
NewKork Boston A Cincinnati xa30 pn
aaxiTi raoat sooth.
t NlSht VtTrire.. TffltT
U lavton. BprtnaHeW Aecora.fr't. 8.M aa
U Mew itork 4 Boston Umlted 10J0 an
23 Cincinnati 4 Springfield Accora kjo pa
Cleveland at Xaitern JCxpreu . 155
J6 Cincinnati prtnflela Aecom 60)5 de
tl New York Llmltedatxprossno.05 sat
No. U has throcan sleepers to New York ant
Joston without chance.
No. Us the famous limited express, com
posed entirely ot vestibule sleepers, east 01
Cleveland, lnrontn vestibule sleepers tron.
oprlngfield. Makes ftew York tn a)H hour
and Boston la MM hours.
9. H. KNIGHT,
...-. .H. Ticket Agent,
D.B. MARTIN, ArcadeDepot,
tt. a?. A. Bprimtfleld. 0
All trains run on Central time 25 alnutt
slower than dty time.
No. 12. Atlantic Kxpress... L16 a. a
No. 1. New York Limited, dalljIUd2 a. a
No. 1. N. Y. A Boston Ex.. dalSlZii-Si St .
Ho. 28 (Accommodation)- , Iff ffi , m.
. TainrsLaiTaoorjto watt.
No. 3. Cln. A St. Louis Ex., dally S:M a. m
" 1. Cincinnati Express, dally 10.-15 a.m
" 5. Cln. i St Louis Kx.,dally 4:10 p. m
, No. S has through sleepers to at. Louis. No
i runs through to New York solid. No Chang!
ot ears tor any class of passengers,
. f6? hack to trains to all points east of. anf
Including north Lewlsburc
Jor tickets to all points and further lntoi
maUon, call on J. D. Phusis,
, . . Agent. 73 Arcade.
Telephone call S10.
E. B. THOMAS,
2nd Vice President. Cleveland, 0.
L. P, FARMEK,
General Passenger Agent, New York.
W. C. K1NKAKSON.
Asst.een.Pass.ArU Cleveland. 0.
-L B. k W. R0UTE--UNI0N DEP0TTIMI
(Taking Effect Hay 13. 1888.)
Columbus, rjprlngfleld and Ulnclnnatf
aairvi rxoa but.
1 Indianapolis, Omaha Jt Denver Ex 1 45 am
i Indianapolis, Chicago A St. L.Ex 4 45 pm
5 Indianapolis, Chicago. Kansas City
A Omaha Limited in an am
7 CoUFlndlay A Sandusky Put Mall 8 30 pm
naraar soixo uar.
2 Night Kxpreas 2 30 ta
i H.Y., Balto.A Wash'ton Fast Line 9 45 am
6 Columbus and the East : .,. 4 30 pa
i ttw.m Btbm 700 am
Cincinnati, Bandoaky and OUvsland aaall
111m yaoat aotra."
1 Dayton A Cincinnati Express, 1 00 am
I Indianapolis. Chicago A tit. L. Ex 4 23 pm
5 Columbus and the Uat 9 25 am
Dinar eorao ioite.
I Toledo.Sandu8kyACleve.Kx... 2 45am
I Flndlav A Sandnaky Vast Mall 10 3S am
6 Sandusky "T" 6 10 pm
Ohio Sonthem Ballroaul. ,
aaxrn raott south.
3 Balnbrldge Accommodation.
1 majiano nxpreas
OKT4ET WJIXH eODTB.
1 Fast Mall. Jackson and Western 10 25 am
t Washington C. 11. A Balnbrldge Ex. 5 20 pm
Ohio, Indiana and Western Bailroad,
aaarra raoit wnr.
2 Columbus A Eastern Express 2 20 am
i N. Y.. Wash'ton A Balto. Fast Line 9 45 am
6 Columbus and the East . 4 20 pm
DSTaXT G0IX8 TsST.
1 Indianapolis. OmahaADenTerEx- 2 05am
5 Indianapolis. St. Louis. Chicago,
Kansas City A Omaha Limited 10 25 am
3 Indianapolis, St. L. A Chicago Ex- 5 00 prr
All trains marked run dallytall others dally
except Sunday, standard time, which Is
minutes slower than Spri ngfleld city time.
C. L. HILLEABY,
Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Union Derjot. SDrincfleld. O.
H. M. BBONSON, General Passenger and
Ticket Agent, C,
B. a c, c B. A v., v. a. anc
In Sting. Moa
qurto ana mi
Insect Bite ,
Hnasoes. Bhrt Vm srs-s,
and evarr form ot alda
blanxtaaaa, poattrrely eiaed
on us xooss aeuesssr bksb
srilhoit IsaTtnc sscar, by
Trios SSeaa, SOcta. and (1.
atdraa-aiata ox ttT msfi.
She Bop PHlatanf c Oo-Kaw London. Conn.
iiiiiTnTwarillsf-rrBlfis noartafths.rt isnni ila.
For sals by all Spring Held Druggists.
WESLEY AN COLLEGE
MUS1C.FHENCH. I ALL ADVANTAGES WUII
HOME. Ladies Only.
Also TWIN TALLBY
COLLEGE, both sexes.
Fifty miles nortn ot city.
For Catalogues address
Rev. W.K.BROWN, D.D.
I ndisw2Ttions or
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SAHOU EUCTRIC CO-122 BHUWAY.NroaC.
n,ir rATALOODE OF CAH-
PA ION OUTFITS), with ronsUtntion.
drill tactics snd full information about
organising and drtlUng Marching Clubs.
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Ji'otlce to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office of the city clerk of the cltv of Spring
field, Ohio, for furnishing the material and
doing tbe work of patting In new curb and
gutters, re-setting old curb and paving the
streets beretnafter named, according to tbe
plans and. specifications therefor prepared by
the city engineer, adopted by council and on
file In the office of tbe city civil engineer; tbe
work to be done as rapidly as is consistent
with good workmanship. The streets to be so
paved are as follows:
Main street, from tbe west line of Market
street to tbe east line of Limestone street.
Uleh street, from the west line of Market
street to the west line of Limestone street.
Market street, from tbe south line of iiain
street to tbe north line ot Illgb street.
Limestone 'street, from tbe south line ot
Main street to the south line of Monroe street.
ProDosals must be accompanied by a aamnle
of the blocks to be used and must be made on
eaeh street separately, and must be on
printed forms furnished by tbe engi
neer and must be signed by tbe full
names of all persons Interested In the
same, and shall also be signed by some respon
sible disinterested person as a guarantee that
a contract will be entered Into, provided said
bid Is accepted, and must be on file with tbe
dty clerk on or before Tuesday, tbe 2d day of
October. 1888. at 12 o'clock noon, to be opened
and publicly read Immediately after 12 o clock
of said day. In the presence of the mayor, city
engineer, assistant city engineer, and city
clerk, nrany two of them. and reported to conn
ell at tbe next regular meeting thereafter.
Tbe city council reserves tbe right to reject
any or all bids for any reason It may
B7 order of the cltv council.
209bs J. S. SHEW ALTER. City Clerk.
Notice to Contrac'ora.
Sealed Drooosals will be received at the
office ot the City Clerk of tbe City ot Spring
field, Ohio, for furnishing tbe material and
doing tbe work of constructing the sewers
hereinafter named according to the plans to
tbe plans and specifications therefor prepared
by the cltv engineer, adopted oy the council,
and on file In the office of. the city engineer,
said sewersjbf Ing located as follows:
On Clifton street, from Limestone street
east three hundred and fifteen (315) feet
Twenty-four Inch brick sewer
On Main street, between Mechanic and
Plum streets, four hundred and sixty ((60) feet
-aiEhteen men sewer pipe
On Main street, between Center and Factory
streets. Ave hundred and seventy-one (571)
feet Thirty Inch brick sewer.
On Main street, between Market and Lime
stone streets, four hundred UUW feet Twelve
and fifteen lncb sewer pipe.
On Market street, from Main street south
one hundred (100) feet Fifteen lncb sewer
Go Limestone street, from Hlab street south
two hundred and sixty C!GQ) feet-Fifteen lncb
Separate proposals mult be made on
each sewer, and all proposals must be on
printed, forms iurnisnea Dy the engineer and
must be signed by tbe full name ot all parties
interested In tbe same, and by some re
sponsible disinterested person as a guarantee
that a contract win do entered into, provided
tbe bid Is accepted, and mutt be on file In
tbe city clerk's office on or before 12 o'clock
noon, ot Tuesday, tbe 2d day of October. A. D.
1888, to be opened and publicly read immedi
ately after 12 o'clock of said dav. in the pres
ence ot the mayor, city engineer, assistant
city engineer, ana city cierk. or any two oi
tbem, and reported to council at tbe first
regular meeting thereafter.
The cltv council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids tor any reason they may
By order of tbeClty Council.
J. S. SUEWALTER.
3bs City Clerk.
Declaring It "necessary to Improve Harrison
street from tbe east line ot Forrest avenue
to tbe west line of Ludlow avenue by grading
Resolved. Uv the council of the city of
Springfield. Ohio, (two-thirds ot the whole
number of members elected thereto concur
ing) that It Is necessary and that It intends to
Improve Harrison street from tbe east line of
Forrest avenue to tbe west line ot Ludlow
avenue by grading and graveling the same In
accordance with tbe plans and specifications
therefor on file In tne office ot the city en
une-nttietn oi toe cost ana expense oi saia
Improvement, together with tbe cost and ex.
pense of so much of said Improvement as may
be Included In the crossings or Intersections
ot said streets, to be paid by said city, and the
remainder ot the cost and expense of said Im
provement to be assessed per front toot upon
the parcels of land bounding and abutting
thereon, in tbe manner provided by law; the
assessment therefor to be payable In Install
ments and collected as provided by law and
in tbe assessing ordinance hereafter to be
passed. Bonds shall be Issued in anticipation
ot the collection of tbe aasesments; unless
the property owners Day their assessments
before tbe same are Issued and within tbe
time prescribed In said assessing ordinance.
ine city ciera is nereoy airectea to nave
this resolution nnhllshed for two consecntlve
weeks and Sergeant-at-Arms R-M.Qelwicks
to serve tbe notice required by law.
.rassea August zsm. .u. usst.
JAMES A. DICUS, President.
Attest: J. S.Shiwjltik. City Clerk, ,207am
Do Yoor Own Dyeing, at Home, with
Thr will dve everything. They are sold
everywhere. Price lde a package. 40 colors,
Tbey bave no equal tor Strength, Brightness.
Amount In Packages or for Fastness ot Color
or non-fading qualities. Tbey do not crock or
smut. For sale by V. AS. Coblentx, 157 West
Mala street; Adam Schmidt, 33 west Main
street. Sort nglleld.Ohln.
Dr. Albert's next visit to
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Sinerinr Street. neiHo
Chronic. Nervous, Skinand Blood D&soses
viirvwv, ' gneeeaarolly treated poa
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most InfaUlble method of enrinaj
general weakness. Involuntary
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atlon of tbe heart, timidity,
alMasea of tbe threat, nose and
akin, asTectlons or tne .,
stomach and bowels-these ter
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miserable existence and render
las ssarrlage impossible.
Harried persons oriouagmeB
eentemplatlnc marriaee, avraro
of Physical Weakness or any
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eatd BsavH.va s.b.A.i-i.
-". iiyv..iiiig is Maw
Vonalty paid by tbe victim of
issapraucnce. fJOnsalt UK. At,"
BERT at once and you will find
the sympathy aad relief that
you positively reo,ulrs.
SuaTbrers from this Jlsinmlm
disorder, the symptoms orwhleh
are a dull and unsettled mind,
which unfits them for the per
formance of their arostneat and
social duties, Bashes happy
auarrtaces Impossible, distresses
the action of she heart, cause
Hashes of heat, evil forebodings.
logs, tiring; easily of company,
with a prefreenee to be alone,
reeling: as tired In the morning;
aa on retiring, whits deposit im
urine, nervousness, trembling,
'watery and weak eyes, dyspep
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EAST HIGH ST.
Cares Files without the use ef
Knife, ligature, Cautery
CUKE OF FILES GUAKASTEExV.
1,000 tor aTallure to Care.
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dusky, have bad some member ot their first,
rlsttlng Springfield every tonr weeks foe tha
last-eigbtyears.and bave had many olSprtng-
new. "s wuuoj ana l nnnenuai ciuiens aa pa
tlents.' Dr.W. C. Brinkerhoff has arrange
ments niane to visit- uio sx nsiiuw
tor a year or more, and tor tbe next three
months will spend halt ot his time In the city.
Tn An nn.tl.aMl .nriMVA. tnnUMS alt?a4V .
tni-anatlpnta fnll njiderstandusgotnlsease
before treatment, as to the number ot treat
ments required tor cure, price ot each treat
ment, etc., etc- .
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