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Fop the Bath. Toilet nd Laundry.
Bnow Whit nd Absolutely Pure.
II mr dealer doee not keep White Cloud Foap.
Mod cents for sample cxke to the makers.
JBS. S. KIRK & CO.,
fUtSOAT EVENING. SEPTEMBER It, IBM.
(Election Tuesday, November 6, 18S8.
BENJAMIN UARK1S0N, ot Indians.
- LEVI P. MORTON, ol New Tort
ABSALOM H. MATTOX, ol Hamilton.
X. P. LAMPSON. ol Cuyahoga.
For Secretary ot State,
DANIEL J. RYAN, ot Scioto.
For Supreme Judge,
JOSEPH P. BRADBURY, ot Meigs.
For Member Board oCPubllc Works,
WELLS S. JONES, ot Pike.
Judge ot tie Circuit Court,
tor toe Second
GILBERT H. STEWART, ot Franklin.
Tor Congress-Eighth Ohio District,
ROBERT P. KENNEDY, ot Logan.
Tor Judge ot Common Pleat Court (Second
HORACE L. SMITH, ot Greene.
A. J. BAKER,
GEORGE W. COLLETT.
or Prosecuting Attorney,
For County Commissioner,
R. N. ELDER.
For Inflnnary Director,
JAMES BUFORD. i
For County Surveyor.
to the wokk1xgmes op the united
States If top will agree to live ix
as poor a house and eat as roor food
-AJTD RECEIVE AS LOWTVAOESASTnEI-EO-
PLE VS ESOLASD RECEIVE WE CAN WtO
DtJCE AS CBEAr GOODS AS A DEMOCltATIC
ADMISISTRATIOSWASTSTO SEE. J AMES
MAIXEA.XD IIEK 3LAX JILAIXE.
01" We. have heard from the president, and
from Maine from one In the momlnc and
Mm 4ha nttior In fhA nvpnini, nt thft SATnA
, day September 10th, the anniversary of
Oliver II. Perry's victory over the British,
'on Lake Erie. The Maine victory Is also
a triumph over the British Idea of free
trade for America, In the interest of Eng
land. Therefore, what the patriotic people
bear from Maine will please them better
Yf.". than the specious and fraudulent pretenses
of the president The republican majority
is greater than any republican majority
Siren in Maine since ISSO. Republicans
estimated that the majority would reach
18,000. and the democrats, by way of pre
paring a cushlon'to fall upon, put it at S0,-
If- ooo. Bull iney rusnea in meir oratora uiu
S-' boodle and tried to put the republican ex
cess at the minimum. It is. a significant
fact that the prohibition vote bus fallen off
IV at a fearful rate. Men of sense and pa
C triotlsm do not play with children's toys
when the supremest interests of the coun
try are at stake. Therefore, in presidential
years, they pnt their ballots where they can
i(P- 00 IDS Dest wors. even uia piumui ui
Keed, republican candidate for reelection
to congress in the only close district, is
All honor to the republicans of Maine,
and to their great leader. Mr, Waiue.wliose
hand is still strong.
Four years ago, when Blaine was a can
didate for the presidency, the republican
plurality In September was 1U.709, and
In November 20,000. In 18SD the repub
lican plurality was 12,051. This stirring
paragraph on the Maine election Is from a
Cincinnati Commercial Oazcttc (double-
According to Mr. Blaine's estimate, no
doubt made with great care, iu his dispatch
to UarrUon, the gain on the republican plu
rality of 18S0 and the gubernatorial vote
of one year Is properly compared with
that of another Js between seven and eight
thousand, and the gain over the vote in
September of the Gartleld year is twenty
tturanand. The whole showing Is that the
republican party Is, this year, in extraordi
narily good form and marching straight to
victory. From Maine to Oregon.by way of
Vermont, the story is the same. The
Cleveland edrclolatrstlon scores another
bitter disappointment in mine. The slgus
are all auipteiuus for the election of Har
rison and Morton. The prrxldeutlal elec
tion is eight weeksjfrom today.
We fear tbatthealrooatunprwdenU'd re-
publican majority In Maine 20,000, with a
clean sweep of the congressmen, legisla
ture and nearly all the comities and cities,
' wlllDotbe up to the mark of the democrats.
'But a similar state of affairs undoubtedly
exists In Connecticut, New York, New Jer
sen Indiana and the Pacific status, and we
feel sure that we snail rcacn mur nigiiesi
ffttres (for us) In November. They hare
ely to wait two months to look upon the
HaeMfeM of the grandest republican ylo
' Jery every known In the country,
mr. ctxmtAS'D's lstibr or accep
Mr. Cleveland's letter of acceptance was
riven to the people of the country In the
newspapers issued on the 10th ot Septem
ber. Twenty-fou hours have passed, and
yet no revolution has occurred. The re was
something of a racket in Maine, but it is
not understood that Mr. Cleveland draws
either Inspiration or comfort from it. Im
pressed as be was with the sublime spec
tacle be presented, in accepting, a renotnl-
natton which be demanded of his slavish
subjects, assembled at at. Louis In ac
cepting a renominatlon which he bad de
clared, in his own hand-writing over his
own signature, four years before, that he
could not accept, be, no doubt, expected
that the splendid display ot pig-beaded per
sonality would wilt the hopes and paralyze
the anus of the sturdy republicans of the
Penobscot regions. But the spectacle -iid
not seem to paralyze them worth a cent. The
circus went on as usual, and with the lar
gest measure of succe3S,although the clown
whose magnificent poses are so funny, was
absent at Washington.
But the president Is not simply lm
pressed with the extraordinary figure
be presents to the world (for that is
the way he blushlngly puts it) but he
speaks of the "complete and solemn con
secration by the people's president of every
faculty and endeavor to the service of a
confiding and generous nation of freemen."
That is good rather too good for the cir
cumstances. We have had nearly four
years of this "solemn consecration" ad'
ministered by a president elected, nominal
ly, through a series ot accidents and intend
ed frauds, and we may say of such a style
of solemnity, that It has a good deal of fun
in it to the innocent and intelligent spec
tator. For there was a Garland in the cab
inet; some of the meanest ward politicians,
boodlers and shoulder-hitters in the depart
ments at "Washington; and ex-emvicts,
with convicts still "at it" in scores of ap
pointive offices throughout the country; and
muttexings about a surplus, and at the
same time an utter neglect to take any
practical steps for reducing it to the public
advantage; and an obstinate and brutal
vetoing of wholesome and humane bills
passed by both houses of congress and re
ceiving thsavotes of his own partisans.
Chief among these vetoed bills were hui.
dreds ot just and reasonable pen
sion bills, by a man who,
in this second letter of acceptance,
Drates of "a generous regard and care for
our surviving soldiers and sailors." Thereby
depends a very much elongated caudal ap
pendage. Mr. Cleveland's "regard" and
"care" have been of a most stunning and
killing variety. The soldiers and sailors
of the country do not desire any more of
it. There are no bristles projecting from
their persons. They know when theybave
We ma-t admit that the president mani
fests a g.-oJ deal of nerve in alluding to
the principles ot civil service reform."
Some people may be so unkind as to con
sider it a specimen of pure galL It will be
noted, however, that the distinguished
brother who fills the executive chair (with
a mountain of flesh) omits to say anything
of the practice of civil service reform.
There was nothing to say, and the presi
dent said It in bis usual impressive, if not
The president's treatment of the tariff is
hardly worthy of consideration. It is the
basbiest of hash, and somewhat tainted. It
Is the same old story, told by unthinking
and non-intelligent partisan politicians,
and it Is false In theory and in
fact. It has a fair appearance
on the surface, but there is nothing in It.
The president pretends to be the friend of
American labor. lie asserts that he wishes
to adjust the tariff so that it shall favor
American industry. The original Mills
bill an administration measure illustra
ted the style in which our industries were
to be favored. Sugar and rice were to be
protected. So far, so good. We favor the
protection ot sugar and rice, and do not
forsake the principle because It only ap
plies only to the south. But if sugar and rice
are to be protected, why should not wool and
lumber be protected? Mr. Cleveland can
have but one reason namely, because tbey
are northern products, and he cannot ex
pect the electoral votes of Ohio and Michi
gan in this contest, bo short a horse as
Mr. Cleveland bestrides is soon curried.
This Is the high morality which the presi
dent is preaching to us. A man with a
glass eye can see through his fraudulent
In a single phrase we may say: Mr.
Cleveland has forgotten nothing and
learned nothing. lie is a sort of human
phonograph, and when set going rattles off
the same old stuff, in the same old oracu
lar and Pharisaical way, betraying only
his obstinacy and pomposity. For a man
with so thick a head and ponderous a per
son he is the thinnest of his kind.
Mr. Cleveland will take notice that
I.i "The American people want no more
ot his style of civil service reform, and
they can give their reasons. In detail, by the
11. Tbo American sailor and soldier de
cline to put their interests Into his hands.
Tbey have bad rather too much of his fos
tering brutality already.
III. lie has shown neither capacity nor
sense in diminishing the surplus or In ad
ministering the tariff system.
Mr. Cleveland has been weighed and
lie must go.
And be will go and all honest, Intelll
gent and thoughtful men aud women will
rejoice "to see the 'cuss' removed."
Such life and activity wero never seen In
this portion ot tbe country as are shown in
the transportation of passengers gathering
here from several roads, to Columbus. It
is marvellous and It seems strange that such
an unprecedented rush of business could be
handled m well. But such rushes as these
are common occurrence In London. Sev
eral Springfield gentlemen remember a day
when nearly 00,000 people went from Lon
don to Sdenham, on one road, and
returned in one day. Immense trains went
out every live minutes, during the day,
without confusion or accident. Then,
about 1,600 or 2,000 passenger trains, go
through Clapham Junction a suburb of
The Australians are celebrating their
centennial this year and the temperance
people hate Invited Mother Stewart to bu
present and make an address. She cannot
go but she I preparing a written address
to be sent to them.
It Is expected that Mother Stewart'
book "Memolrles of the Crusade" will
make It appearance In a few days.
Cleveland must have written hi own let
ter of acceptance, Jt Is the very Image of
lietrii el interest Gathered' irrtia tieefc.
DsmsA. September 10 Z. T. Lewis, a
prominent banker, and George Talbot,, a
newspaper man. have purchased the two
leading Republican papers here, the Daily1
lauzen ana weekly uazette, ana toe uauy
Herald and Weekly Sun. They took poi
The Law Vindicated.
Nkwabx, September 11. Two more vio
lators of the Sunday law came to grief here
yesterday, being . ohn Wegele and Richard
Da Id. Tbey were arrested for keeping their
saloons open in violation of the law and
rather than stand trial, entered pleas of
guilty. The mayor fined each $23 and
costs, and gave them ten days in jail.
Typhoid Fever Scourge.
Piqtu. September It. Typhoid fever is
raging in this vicinity with unabated
power, and west of here, near town, are
nine new cases within a range of a half a
mile, and all of them are )t a critical
character. Othar cases that will probably
prove fatal are l'eter Atenweiler, Jacob
Brown and rhilip Kimmes. This is the
second season of this terrible scourge in
A Treitle Collapeea.
Cincinnati, September II. Yesterday
the trestle being built over a marsh back of
Newport, Ky., on Huntington's C. & O.
Railroad, fell without a moment's warn
ing. Several workmen went down with
tbe wreck, two of whom were killed, out
right. They are John Donaway and Sam
uel Singer, both of Xeville, O. Donaway
leaves a wife and three children. Si nger is
single. The money loss is about $10,000.
Zakesville. September 11. U B. Phil,
lips, a brakeman on a B. t O. freight, was
struck by the iron bridge over the Mus
kingum river and was knocked off tbe train
onto the trestle work. Providentially he
lodged on the edge, just where tbe wheels
could not reach him. The base of bis skull
was crushed and be was terribly injured in
ternally. It is not belieted 'he will live
through the day. His home is in Newark,
Washikotom, September 11. Tbe fol
fowing pensions were granted to Ohioani:
Increase Francis E. Waxier, Preston :
John W. Barrett, New Antioch; Albert Ol
Hamilton, Marietta; Leonard V. Cass,
Favette; Henry W. Benson. Waynesville:
William B. Augustus, Paulding: (N'avy)
James K. Cooper. Cincinnati: Hiram T,
Wood, Circleville; John N'. Slagle, Bucyrusj
William T. Graves, Vinton; George H.
Washington, Michael Doland. Vanaerhoof!
William Porter. Ilradrick; Kphraim Jamea,
Napoleon; Joshua Hile, Wadsworth; Abra
ham B. Kilpatrick. Cedar Mills; William
Martin, Deering; Richard O.Wood, Hoi
lowton; (navy) John Oieason. Dayton!
George B. Bartlett, Watorford; Oeorge
M. Thomas, Farmingtou; George Vj
Owens, Wilmiugton; Frank Rogers;
Dunbridge; James E. Taylor, Waldo!
Rob Applegarth, Martin's Terry: John
Constable. Pleasant Plain; Daniel Stamm,
Akron; William Sheridan. National Mili
tary Home; John 11 Gibbons Zanesville;
John Wallace. Whittlesey; William H.
Woodward. Middleport; Edward B. Camp
bell, Cleveland; David Sloat. Springfield:
Elmer Golden, Athens; Charles II. Con
ger, Toledo; Jeremiah K. Aukrim, Stafford:
William Doty, Chillicothe; Isaac Werten
bergcr. Polke; Frank Denkinkr, Moscowl
Originals Daniel N. Redding, Five
Points; Charles Redge. Cincinnati; Fran
cis M. Wedge, Plainsville; Zachary Koland,
Filmore; John II. Martin, Armstrong's
Mills; John M. Chase. Chase; Daniel
Ackley. Cox; Jacob U Bishop, Antwerpj
Henry Barkan, Cincinnati; Robert Hill
Bethel: Patrick Dignan, Guernsey.
Tom Foley, of Cincinnati, was kicked to
death by a horse.
A traction engine fell through a bridge
which spans Spring Creek near St. Paris.
John Spearman's barn burned near Mt
Yernon. Loss, $1,700; insurance, $1,000.
Christian Benninqhofer, of Hamilton,
was seriously injured by being thrown
from his carriage by a runaway horse.
Rev. Maxwell P. Gaddis. sr., one of tbe
oldest and best known Methodist ministers
in Ohio, died at his home near Dayton.
Not a Complete Success.
Kiss as Citt, Mo , September 11. Miss
Jennie McKenzie, aged 17, oniv daughter
of the richest farmer of Blue Rapids, Kas.,
in trying to imitate the feats of a contor
tionist, whom she had seen at a circus;
placed both feet behind her head but was
unable to remove them. Becoming fright
ened she gave a hard pull at one leg and
released it, but dislocated the thigh. Her
screams brought her mother, and with tbe
assistance of a physician, the other limb
was released and tbe dislocated thigh set.
She is in a critical condition.
Prominent Lailjr Killed.
Btoomsarox, In,, September 11. Mrs.
Dr. Zera Walters, one of the most promi
nent women of this city, was instantly
killed by an accidental pistol shot yester
day. Her adopted son, a boy of sixteen,
was cleaning a revolver, and Mrs. Walters
was near by. The weapon was discharged,
tbe bullet lodging in the be of the brain.
Mrs. Walters as an accomplished artist
and a leader iu all matters pertaining to
art and culture. She was about fifty years
An Absconder1 Deficit.
Cricaoo, September 11. No news has
been received at Pullman or Rowland of
William Swart, the President of the Rose
land Bank, who absconded a week apo.
Cashier Bonne, who is endeavoring to
straighten out tiie complicated state of
affairs into which the bank was thrown,
bas made a statement showing Swart's den
cit to be $10.500
Less than fifty years ago there was not
nbutographlc camera In the world; today
tiere are 15,000 photographic establish
ments, to say nothing ot the thousands ot
amateur outfits, In the United states.
A New Jersey news item speaks ot towns
that were solid for no license. The others;
Inferably, were liquid.
A Timor Is going the rounds In Washing
ton that Senator Frye's wife Is at work on a
Tbe poet. H. W. Stoddard, owns a lock
of brown hair that once adorned the head
Our northern forests are slowly plne-Ing
away, remarks a western exchange.
Spokane Falls, W. T., has arranged for a
S.'.O.OOO opera house.
Tbe French make sugar of turnips.
rheumatism, Neuralgia, Hclatlea,
T.umtiBfo, Ilackacbe, Toothache, Rare
Throat, Nwelllngs, Npralns, Urulse.
llurns, Scalds, Frost-bites.
SI4 r Prerrtiu ss nt!trt Er vrvacr. Flftr Cte
The Charles A. VogeltrCo., Ualto., Kt,
I Ibe Cheapest snd Beit Inildo Blind now
soldi to be found only at
NO. 01 fjOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
DR. H. R. DOSCH.
HILL SLIDING BLIND
ikm't aUpertmenU -You
cannot afford to wasfe time In ex
perimenting when yourlungs are In danger.
Consumption always seems at first only a
cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose
upon you with some cheap Imitation of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, but be sure ou get the
genuine., Because be can make more profit
be may tell you be has something just as
good, or Just the same. Don't b deceived,
but insist upon getting Dr. King's New
Discovery, which is guaranteed to give re
lief In all Throat, Lung and Chest affec
tions. Trial bottle freeatChas. Ludlow & Co.'s
drug store. Large bottles SI.
A Sound Legal Opinion.
E. Balnbridge Menday, esq., county at
torney. Clay county, Texas, sas: "Have
used Klectnc Bitters with .most happy re
suits. My brother was also very low with
malarial fever and jaundice, but was cured
by the timely use of this medicine. Am
satisfied that Electric Bitters saved his
Mr. D. L Wilcoxson. of Horse Cave,
Kentucky, adds a like testimony, saying:
He positively believes that he would have
died, hid it not been for Electric Bitters.
This great remedy will ward off, as well
as cure, all malaria diseases, and for all
kidney, liver and stomach disorders stands
uneqiialed. Price 50 cents and S 1 at Chas.
Ludlow & Co.'s drug store.
Bnoklen'a Arnica 8alve.
The Bkst Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positive
ly cures piles, or no payment required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. or sale by Charles Ludlow & Co.
His employer discharged one Keller, a
German, a Fort Plain, N. V., and In deep
grief and gloom thereat the poor fellow on
Tuesday hanged himself to a tombstone in
the town graveyard.
Advic to Aiottior..
Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup, f orchil
dren teething, is the prescription ot one of
the best female nurses and physicians In
the United States, and has been used for
years 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
and wind colic By giving health to the
child It rests tbe mother. Price 35ca bottle.
Men and Boys
Of the very finest and most fashionable
character, is now being daily received
direct from the factory and placed in
We'd be pleased to have you come in
and see what a select and lovely array
of long and short
We're already showing. Among them
you'll see some rare gems. We shall
This and next week, at prices that can
not be equaled by another dealer In
this city. Suits ranging in sizes from
4 to 13 years of age, at S1.25. S1.75,
S3 50 up ,to the finest the market af
fords. Long pants, with coat and vest,
for boys 13 to 18 years of age, S3 50,
S;s.00, S3 50, asd up to tbe Impozted
S3, 50 and 65 cents. Shirt waists of all
styles and prices at the
13 East Main St.
afc I "alT I 'I I ! in
I ik)I I B 8 HI I I
Ihl I I I I I I I I
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Yiu can save miney on every
Men and ffrmen'slJiaes,
Joints and muscles may escape the agonlz
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"take time by the forelock." and annihilate
the symptoms of oncoming trouble with tbe
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Bitters. Poisons mostly constitute the or
dinary means of battling with this atrocious
complaint Avoid the risk of using these
by resorting to the safe as well as effectual
antl-phloglstic and preventive. After ex
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causes which encourage a rheumatic ten
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vents ill effects. No surer preventive of
malerial aliments like fever and ague, bil
ious remittent, dumb ague and ague cake
exists, and It is, besides, a most genial re
cuperator of strength exhausted by exces
sive mental or physical effort. Miners,
mariners, operatives and others whose avo
cations involve laborious work in rougli
weather out of doors, or close application
indoors, find it Invaluable.
Isknown by these marked peculiarities:
1. Afeellngot weariness and pains in the
2. Uad breath. bad taste In the mouth an
3. Constipation, with occasional attacksot
4. lleadache.lntuefront part of the head:
nausea.diizlness, and yellowness ot the
5. Heartburn, loss of appetite.
6. Distention ot the stomach and bowels
7. Depression of spirits and great melan
choly. with lassitude and a disposition to
leave everything for tomorrow.
A natural flow ot bile from the liver is es
sentlal to good health. When this is obstruct
edit results In
Which, If neglected.soonleadstoaerlousdla
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and puts tbe digestive organs In such condi
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taxing tmsmeaicine no one win say. "lam
"I have been subject to severe snails of con
gestion ot the liver, and have been In the
habltot taking from 15 to a) grains ot calomel
which generally laid me up for three or tour
days. Lately. I hare been taking Simmons
Liver Regulator, which gave me relief with
out any Interruption to business." J . Hugg.
lias our Zstampedin red ontront of Wrapper.
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SUGAR CURED HAMS,
SHOULDER and BACON.
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t6 E. High Street.
OKAKUE ULObbOM, tbe Great Bpecifle.
belt treatment for ladles; It W.IItgn St.
THE OREAT KIUNKY KaMKDV.
14 West Ulh Street
bend or call for I'irrularn 14 W" HI Hr.
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apnngneia.u. umco open asy ana nigni.
RusMiineo over Offl IU 8. Vaetnry
Dr. Frank C. Runyaii,
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H." Paine's Celery Compound is THIS PERFECT COMBINATION. Reaathe proofs I
TaUU UU(1WW ItUHl UClfl IUQI
Ontario Centre, N. Y. "- J-J- Watsok,
PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND
- For five years I suffered with malaria fld.n"??"'-
I tried faine's Celery Compound and lean tfUAiIIyaar
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CURES ALL NERVOUS DISEASES,
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For the Nervous.
MANY PITCHERS AND CATCHERS
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aTOfmi flliillAHg slaorouslf applied, the arms and shoulders are neglected. It is a
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arm when used properly lfore going on the field. No Ball Game should be played with
out this remedy handy, as it is invaluable in cases or Sprain, Bruises, bunbums, Blis
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A MEDIUM-SIZED OFFICE
SAFE, for sale Cheap for
Cash, or will trade for Dry
Goods, Merchant Tailoring
Goods, Groceries, Stoves, or
any staple articles. Was late
ly used by N. Carman, the
Safe may be seen at Mil
ler's Auction Rooms, West
M in street.
For particulars call at Re
public Counting Reom. -
Xotice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
office ot the city clerk of the citv of Spring
field. Oblo, for furnishing tbe material and
doing the work of puttlug In newenrband
gutters, re-settlng old curb and raving the
streets hereinafter named, according to the
plans and specifications thereior prepared by
tbe city engineer, adopted by council and on
Die In the office of the city civil engineer; the
work to be done a rapidly as Is consistent
with gond workman ship. The streets to be so
paved are as follows:
Main street, from the west line of Market
street to the east line of Limestone street.
High street, from the west line of Market
street n the west line ot Limestone street.
Market street, from tne south line ot Main
street to tbe north Una ot Uigh street
Limestone street, from the south line of
Main street to tbe south line of Monroe street.
Proposal mast be accompanied by a sample
of the blocks to be used and must be made on
each street separately, and must be on
printed forms furnished by tbe engi
neer and must be signed by the full
names ot all persons Interested In the
same, and anall also be signed by r rjerespon
slble disinterested person as agu.-vrantee that
a contract will be entered Into, provided said
bid Is accepted, and must be on ale with th
clty clerk on or before Tuesday, tbe 2d day of
October, 1SSS, at 12 o'clock: noon, to be opened
and publicly read Immediately after 12o clock
ot said day. In the presence of the mayor, clti
engineer, assistant city engineer, and city
clerk. -rany two of them.and reported to coun
cil at the next regular meeting thereafter.
The city council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids for any reason It may
By order ot tbe city council.
Declaring It necessar to Improve Harrison
street from the east line ot Eorrest avenue
to the west line of Ludlow avenue by grading
Resolved. By the council ot the city of
jprlngOeld, Oblo, (two-thirds ot tbe whole
number of members elected thereto concur
lntrf that It Is necessarvand that It Intend to
Improve Harrison street from the east line of
rorrest avenue to tne west line ot tiuaiow
avenue by grading an graveling the same In
accordance with the plans and specifications
tnereror on cie in tne omce ot tne city en
gineer. taOue fiftieth ot tbe cost and expense ot said
improvement, together with the cost and ex
pense of so much ot said Improvement as may
be Included In tbe cro.sli es or Intersections
of said streets, to be paid by said dry. and the
rem unaer oi tne cost ana expense oi said im
provement to be assessed per front foot upon
the parcels ot land bounding and abnttlng
tnereon, mine manner proviaea oy law; tne
assessment thereior to be payable In Install
ments and collected as Drovidrd bv law and
in the assessing ordinance hereafter to be
passed, uonas snail oe issued in anticipation
ot the collection of the assesmenta: unless
the property owners pay their assessments
oeiore tne same are issued ana within ine
time prescribed In said assessing ordinance.
The city 'clerk Is hereby directed to have
this resolution published tor two consecutive
weeks and gergeant-at-Arms K.M.Gelwlcks
to serve tbe notice required by law.
Passed August 2Stl. A. D isss
JAMES ADICUS, President
ttt: J.8.8Htvi.T(RjCttyClerk 207an
Or the l.lMr liable. P.eiilrely Career
ky Kdnlaleierlaa llr- Haloes'
It can be given In cup of com or tea without
the knowledge of the person taking It ; la xbioluttlr
barmleaii.aod'wlll elfert a peraunent and speedy
cure, h nether the patient Is a moderate drinker or
an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ofdrunkardahav
SL51?a temperate men who bar taken (lolden
FlDednO In thKlr M,ffiM orltkn.,, thai. Irnnwlul..
22 SAVAS'LtTS ih'T lul drlnklnr of their own
freewill. IT .VRVF.lt FA 1 1.1. The system once
Impregnated with the Hneclllc. U bconje an mur
tmpoulblllty for the liquor appetite In eilnl Kor
SiM'X-A5,'EB - Main Ht, and TULU
rROlTPFL nmmHali Hnrin.HI , '
THE JOHN SHULITO 00.
CINCINNATI, OHIO 1f f
Will Mall upon Receipt of W Wt
A most lnterestlny nubtleatlnn. eontalntnv
a (Irapblo Description of Cincinnati, Past,
Present and Future. Profusely Illustrated,
P ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
RM thAft etch bot.
SI. six for t. Wmi Ricaus
oar Ca. tropes HntiingUm. L
Celay ooo mux.
TnANTEC fltrl to do general hoasework.
If Apply at once at 61 north Market at. 215b
WANTED- Pupils or orders for Art Work.
Oil ur china-pain tin, crayon and wuod
carvlLg. Classes at bemlDxry and n tttinbig
college. Address Kate IL KaoHaan. 138 west
North street. 212b
WE wish to employ a few salesmen on salary
to sell our good by sample to the mbule
sale and retail trade ot bprltigneld. Ohio, and
adjotniag states. We are the largest manu
facturers of oar linetn thecauntry. bend two
cents In stamp for particulars No postals
answered. Centennial JTl'g Co.. Cincinnati.
J. T. MITCHELL Jk CO.
(3ENKHAL JOB PK1STKRS.
BASEMEM ST. JAMEa lluIEL.
Estimates cheerfully furnished.
-Drop us a postal, and will all. -ec
FOR REST Furnlahtd rooms. 1W south Cen
ter street. 211t
FIR REST Furnished front room for one or
two gentlemen. Inquire at Adams' ins
FOR RENT House of T rooms and summer
kitchen. city water, clsterand good cellar.
No. 6o north Limestone street, one square
from Main street, ti) per month. Apply to
Mrs.J.ii. Stewart. Do. bt north Limestone
street. 213 it
FOR. RENT House of Ore rooms, witb els
Urn and hydrant water, on Columbia
street, east of Limestone, next west of So. 75.
POR"RNT The tShellabarcer property on
E K. Limestone street. Inquire of C. A.
Welsh. Mitchell block. lUtf
MONEY TO LOAN.
MOSEY TO L'lAV On mortgage orapproved
pursonal security Inquire , f C. B. Klssell.
room &. Commercial block. Limestone street.
MONEY TO LO AX-S5 0U0 to HO.000 for three
to five years, first mortgage security. In
quire of Selpio If . lUaer. bpnuxSeld Metallic
Casket Co. iiltf
tufttY TO LUAA In sum to suit m first
mortgage and good eommerci 1 oaper.
Jail and see us. Room No-1, Lagoi da Uank
mlldlng. Ueorue H.Coles A Son.
GUIKVOYANT-frvd Howard Pierce tells
tbe past, preieut. future, trouble In love,
marriage. buslness.Iuss ot property-dlagnose
disease, and g!?ea the name ot tbe one you
will marry, for it abort time only at & south
Factory .street, i price to all 60 cent; call
early and Bud what tbe future will reveal.
T ICC AH l'ONV With bailer on; IUht sorrel,
with short tail; mane saeaivd oU and
t"andel on left hip with U. W Return to C.
W. Smith's grower., at tH .i. Limestone street.
Springfield, and be suitably rewarded. 217a
LAW PAPERS A Urge package of law pa
pers at or near Arcade Hotel. Finder will
leave them with Dr. L E hussell or Oscar T.
Martin or send per express. It. Van F!t.
Marlon. O. 217b-
Notice to Cootrac ore.
Sealed proposals will be received at tbe
omce of the City Clerk of tbe Cilyot Spring
field. Ohio, tor furnishing tbe material and
doing the work ot constructing the sewrrs
hereinafter named according t tbe plana to
the plans and apeclficatlons therefor pre pan d
by tbe elty engineer, adopted by tbe council,
and on file In the o3ee ot tbe elty engineer,
said seweralb lug located as follows:
On OMItoDi street, from Limestone strret
est three buudied and fifteen (315) feet
Twenty four Inch brick sewer.
On Main street, between Mechanic and
Plum streets, four hundred and sixty (4ou) feet
Eighteen Inch sewer pipe
On Main street, between Center and Factory
streets, five hundred and seventy-one U'l)
feet Thirty Inch brick sewer.
On Main street, between Market and Lime
stone streets. iour.handred ttuO) feet Twelve
and fifteen Inch sewer pipe.
On Market street, from Main street south
one hundred (luu feet Fifteen Inch sewer
On Limestone street, from Hub street south
two hundred and sixty tan) feet Fifteen Inch
Separate proposals roust be made on
eacb sewer, and all proposals mpst be on
printed forms furnished by tbe engineer and
must be signed by the full name ot all parties
Interested In the same, and by some re
sponsible disinterested person as a guarantee
that a contract will be entered Into, provided
the bid Is accepted, and must be on file In
tbe city clerk's omce on or before U o'clock
noon, ot Tuesday. tbc'-M day ot October. A D.
1S38. to be opened and publicly read Immedi
ately after 12 o'clock of aald day. In tbe pres
ence ot tha mayor, city eugiueer. assistant
city engineer, and city clerk, or any Snoot
them, and reported to council at tbe first
regular meeting thereafter.
The city council reserves the right to reject
any or all bids tor any reason tbey may
JJJ order ol the City Council
J. B. oliEWALTKR.
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