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NOTICES. Price fi.oo per year. Capital City Lodge, No. 12, K. of P i meets every second and fourth Monday night of each month, in masonic hall, on north eight street. Special meetings made known by k r of S. Hardin Long Chancellor Com. C. Renfro, K. of li and S Wilson's New Place Resta urant Staple and Fancy Groceries and Ice Cream Regular Meals and Short Orders Homemade Pies—Candies Fine Cigars Morris Wilson. Proprietor. or. lit and Madison. The lethargic politiiician will lose in this campaign, the hust ler will win. Patronize Those Who Advertise In This Enterprise. This year we shall call the espec ial attention of our readers to those who advertise and ask them to go to the places whose advertisements ap pear in this paper, we shall warn against firms who say by their ab solute refusal to advertise, that they do not want your trade. 'I tie firms who do advertise deserve your pat ronage. The colored population is estimated at 4500 in the city and about 8000 or 9000 in (he County and we feel that, for this fact, we should receive some consideration from the firms that do a large colored busi ness, we expect it and if we do not get it, demand I lie reason why. NEWSPAPER LAW. 1. Subscribers who do not give ex press notice to the contrary are con sidered as wishing to continue sub script ions. !. If subscribers order the discon tinuance of their periodicals, the pub lisher may continue to send them un til all arrearages aiw paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse ’• take their periodicals from peat office to which they are directed they are responsible until tliev hav» »iii.h their bills and ordeied them discon tinued. 4. If the subscriber moves to an other place without informing tho pub lisher, and the papers art sent t* the former directions, they are held ro sponsible. 5. The courts have decided that the refusing to take periodicals from postofflce, «n removing and leaving them uncalled for, is pritna facie evi dence of international fraud. 8. If subscribers pay in advance they are bound to give notice to the publishers, at the end of their time, if they do not wish to continue it •t her wise the publisher is authorized t* send it, ttie subscriber will be re sponsible until an express notice with payment of arrearages is sent to the publisher. 7. The latest postal laws are such that newspaper publishers can arrest any one for fraud who lakes a paper and refuses to pay for it. Under this law the man who allows his subscrip tion to run along for some time, un paid, and then orders the postmastei to mark it "refused," and has a cart sent notifying the publishers, lays himself liable to arrest and fine, tic The Churches. Evangelical Lutheran—15th be tween Washington and Jefferson 8ta Services: 8 p. m. to 9 p. m., every Sunday: Sunday schoj] 3 p.tn. to 4 p. m. Instructions every Friday evening.--Rev. L. Thally, pastor. New Hope Baptist Church—Corner •th and’ Miller Sts—Preaching at 11 a.m., and 8 p rn : Sunday school at 9:34 a. m. 1i. Y.P.U., 6:30 p. m Air C. Hatcher, Sapt. Sunday school. J. H. Fulton, 1). L)., Pastor. St. Paul A. M E. Church—Sunday eervlees. Preaching at 10:45 a ra., and 7:45 p.m. Sunday sceonl, 2:45 p. no. Y..C.A., 4 pm., to which all young men are invited. Y. P.S.C.B. •:45 p.in.—W. 11. Sauders, pastor. Pleasant Grove Baptist Church— 18th and Cass streets—Preaching at 11 a.m., Sunday school 2:30 p.m.; preaching at 8 p.m—Rev. William Bates, pastor,1718 Kansas street. St. John A.M. E. Church. Utb betwen Mason and Reynolds street* —Preaching at II a.m., Sunday i tchool 2:30 p in , preaching 8 p. m.— ] Rev. S. A. Hardison, pastor. "^nion Baptist Church, 12th and Mas..i «treet.s—Preaching at 11 a.m., Sunday * hcK>l 2:30 p m, preaching ml 7:30 p m. —Bev. J. I> Underwood, D. D., pastor. Grace M. E. Church, corner 14'ofc and Brown streets—Preaching ererjr Sunday at. 11 a in and 8 p in. Sun day school at 2 30 p m.—Iter. W*. E. Wilson, pastor. Zion Baptist Church, corner •th and Carpenler-sts. Preaching at 11 an Sunday school at ) :3u ..'clock, H YPB •:30 p ui, preaching at 8 p rn.—Eat. J. D. Anderson, n n pastor. Notice. People outside of SpringfleM and the slate who owe for the Forum may send their subscrip tion by mail—money order it ■tamps accepted.—Props. _ __1 Parties in the city and out, who are considerably behind with their Forum bill, will do us a favor and show their real ap preciation for our undertaking, by sending in all or apart of; what they owe and as nearly straight as you can with the back years’ acbount. Ejection Notice. Notice is hereby given that on the'Qjd day of April, A. I) 15)06. an i election will be held io the city of Springfield, county of Sangamon, state of Illinois, for the election of — One (i) albeiman from 1st ward. One ( ) alderman from 2nd. ward. One (I) alderman from fird ward. Ode (I) alderman from 4th ward ()oe (I) alderman from 5t.li ward. : One 1) one alderman from titli ward. | One (I) alderman from 7th ward. Capital Township. | fine (I) assessor One (I) supervisor at large. Six (<>) assistant supervisors The election will be open at 7 o’clock in Die morning and continue to be open ^lutil 5 o’clock in the af ternoon of that day. Dated at Springfield, county of Sangamon, state of Illinois, this first day of March, A. D. 15)00. Fkank T. Reid, ' \ • City Clerk | PREPARE FOR THE Metropolitan Club’s Grand Easter Ball will be the most Elaborate j thing of its kind ever given. j Wednesday, April 18 At Arion Hall. Blood’s Orchestra. ! jj Admission $1 per couple, Sing le 50c. THE MOST PERFECT News Gathering System on Earth -IS THAT OF THE ST. LOUIS GLOBE-DEMOCRAT In addition to the service of the Associated Tress, it lias its own cor respondents everywhere and covers th ■ events of the world more thoroughly than any other paper. It is absolutely essential to every person who would keep* abreast of the times. It is first in news, first in interest and first in t iie homes of the people, where its cleanness, purity and accuracy make it ever welcome. Semi-Weekly, One Dollar a Year THE GREAT REPUBLICAN PAPER OF AMERICA. The WEEKLY GLOBE-DEMOCRAT Is Issued in Semi-weekly Sec ions, eight pages or more, each Teusday and Friday. It is a big SKM1 W EEKLY TABER, gi ving all the news of all the earth. TWICE EV EltY WEEK, and a great variety of interesting and instructive reading matter for every meinb r of the family. Almost equal to a daily at the price o< a weekly. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Best- Daily and Sunday-Cheapest THE GREAT NEWSPAPER OF THE WORLD PRICE BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID: Daily, including Sunday—One year, $0 00; 0 months, ?3 00; 3 months 11. W Daily without Sunday—One year. 14.00; 6 months, 12.00; 3 rnoalhs, 11.0# Sunday edition, 48 to TO pages—One year. $2.00; $1.00 Send Your Subscription To-day or Write for Free Sample Copy. ADDRESS ^——i THE GLOBE PRINTING CO. THE Is now the Leading Colored Paper in the City. 0000 Has the largest and best circulation. ^ Goes among influential people. Read by Both Races Has good Writers. Watch next Forum.