6L0B1 HEPUBLia TTEDjSTIaSDAY JVENING, .maiAEY 5 1887
SPECIAL CASH BOOT AND SHOE SALE !
FOR THIRTY XXAJ3TS TO K.EIDTJGE STOCK BEFORE UsTVOICHsTG-.
COMMENCING MONDAY, JANUARY 3, Prices on Every Article in Store Marked Down. Bargains now to Every One who Calls, and are, in part, as Follows -
Our home, hand-made Farmers' Kip Boots, reduced from Ladies' Goat, Flexible Sole, Button, reduced from $2 to - - - $1.50
$4.50, now $3.50 per pair. I ACH QF TH AB0V HAS 0VERLAY SEAMS AND SHORT VAMPS.
Gents' Waukenphast, Lace and Congress, reduced from
$3.75 to $2.75. Boys', Misses', Children's and In
fant's Shoes discounted in Proportionate Prices.
This sale at present prices is for spot cash, and on all our
regular warranted goods.
uenis uun duuu., ud u;R5, . cuuucu u, ,.u W.ou a , . g La,je8, and Hjg8e8, Embroidere(j sipperSj . . .
50c to $1 per pair.
Ladies' Kid, Flexible Sole, Button, reduced from $2 to $1.50.
Gents' Button, Congress and Lace Shoes, reduced from $2.25 to
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-THE pUNUAT CLOIIC nPCBUC ll
Issued erery Sunday moraine, and Is dellv.
ered to subscribers at K a year, feicsle copies
THE WEEKLY OLOBE - KEPOIILIC Is
published every Thursday, and Is one ot the
most complete family newspapers in the
country; eight pases, markets complete.
Heprcte with news and miscellany, tl per
year, Invariably cash In advanc.
SPaiREnELQ FlIBUSHIISB es.
Telephone No. S50i
WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 6. 1887.
A Catholic priest lias translated General
Irfw Wallace's "Ben Hur" into German
and it is to be published in Germany.
The English comic papers have resolved
to be funny. Xew York Jforn Iwj Jour
nnL That doesn't "settle it" Kesolving to
be funny and being really funny are two
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A veryelegant l.ttie paper ca. ea i
jejuna Tabic comes to us irom jit. .w
burn, Cincinnati. It is the organ of the
ML Auburn institute, and ML's Mary
Bookwalter, of this city, is a member of the
Our old friends of the Albany (N". Y.)
Prc iuf Knlckerttocker have eclipsed all
eontemporafies, so far as we can discover.
S CleTciana ftnannmwL
ln the beauty and completeness of their sgllej wnen President Cleveland was ' Iecl '" proportion: irom an artistic point
Carrier' Addresses, for they have issued ! elected. He then formed a law partnership j of view they look better. But you cannot
one fertile daily and one for the Sunday j with Andrew Wesley Keftt which TOn-. me them t.iii.k so. -New York Man
i tinued until his illness. A wife and three R,m express
. grown-up sons survive him. ,
When tlie new Factory" street bridge is I ve read this announcement of General
completed, at some time durinc this year. It I Palmer's death with real sorrow. Forty
will not only be a fine structure in Itself, j PIle years ag0, he was the editor of the vil
but those crossing it will have a grand view j par)er at Westfield. N Y., and did an
of the rocks and the creek, below and (
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auove. iveiow win ue vue uie uiuus auu
is theAaMiand the Pium street bridge.
Mill run cascade, now solid
e Spring, when the new street
aid on Plum, from Main to the
Entrance, a new line for funeral
rendered desirable if not necessary,
actory street will be a direct and con-
Bev. Dr. John IL Vincent sends us this '
Christmas greeting, printed In old English
text, witu an engraven oomer anu tne ioc-
tor' private seal upon it, from Borne: J
From bevond the greateTl send Chnst-
hrom Dejonu tne great sea i sena cunst- i
mas greeting, in the name of Him who
eame as a habe in the town of Bethlehem
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join, jroii. k"- .... .
ine peace lie came io onug i now in- j
xoke upon you and yours for the coming
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Yuletide, and for all time and eternity.
A ri2ht merry Christmas in vour nome. I
and richest Christmas joy in your heartand '
blessed beginnings of a Xevv Year are the , " "e " Bm responsiuie jor nis acuous men , tary Medicines, no doubt has largely bene
holiday blessings I wish you. i "" ,,"''-r feelings are lost in a sentiment of tited the consumers, as well as relieving the
joiix li- v isce.vt.
The Urbana Dally Citizen, has this to i
. .i.., .iiiiin in $nnmrrlelil '
say about newspapers in Spnngheld ,
We are glad to see that the name of the
Springfield GuiiiE-KKia-ni.ic Is , to be ,
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uiiiu.eu ua - ."- ""is"" ":": !
This is tne enu oi a vrmure ,o ...aao vo
apersKrovvneri-iiica-. iu .... oui
one. hirst two pajHTs, men consoiiaauon. ,
filially a return to tlie oM name. It would I
have been money all ar..undif the sxind ,
enterprise had not been started or if, when
.started. It had promptly stopped. I
In the same issue of the Cttizen we find
the followinc j
We congratulate the managers of the
Springfield Gio.iBErrBUC for their de- j
cislon to Suspend the Sundtj edition of
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and holy to its great original and never- j some time, on the old Rei-culic. His pro
ending purpose. A Sunday paper is a more j motion has been earned, for he has paddled
useless thing than a sixm wneei 10 a wagon,
and It has done a vast work In destroying
man's respect for the commands of God.
YVI1 venture the prediction that an alarm
Ins proportion of professing Christian men
in Urbana never read a word in the Bible
and nern fall to resit at least sixteen Darei
rf. Sunday dally -very Sunday.
A historical INSTANCE.
In an elitorin) tribute to John A. Logan,
wlio died oor, the lioston Herald einplojs
a well known and Illustrious historical In
stance, to emphasize its praise, as follows:
When General .lame Keith, a younger
brother of the venerable Lord Maresclial
Keith, fell on the Prussian side at Ilocii
klrcli, one, of tlie ino-t murderous battles
of the seven years' war, the victorious Austrian-
burled the body with e.rrj mark of
honor that a generous foe could pay. An
entire army corps tired salvos at the grave,
and Marshal Ijicy himself officiated as
chief mourner. Heide beins glorious
soldiers, thntno Keiths were, in Carljle's
phrase, as "honest as the sunlight," and
the Ijord Marechal. writing of his berea -inent
to Frederick the (Jreat, s.aid: "My
brother leaves me a nohle legacy, sire. Last
year he had Bohemia under ransom anil
hi personal estate is eenty ducats."
The Herald proceeds to rouipaie General
Logan with General Keith, (who liasjir1"
relatives in Scotland and Aiuenca who
are proud to fi Tionor to his memory.) in
Logan was a great soldier, a great sena-
fl tor, and he died a poor man. His personal
jVstate was very much of the Keith pattern
-honorably small. Keith s name has come
to the present day. Iozan s name
pure place In the memory of his coun
trymen for generations. Ilothwill be re
membered by an admiring world when
xcf-res of millionaires who now walk the
earth as if the owned it. are well forgotten.
It is the rarest tiling to find an epitaph in
gilt letters that last- Test the point for
yourself. Yon have no trouble In giving
the names of scores of men who won emi
mence in war. or politics, or art, long cen
turies back. But we doubt if you can on
the instant cite the name of a single mil
lionaire of fie last generation, unless he
was noted for .something more memorable
A fiOOl) HTAKT.
The new year, 18ST, has made a mot fa
vorable start. This is certainly so, in the
portion of Ohio of which Springfield is the
commercial center. Our w heat crop for the
year has developed favorably, and it is now
completely protected from the extreme cold
weather bv a thick coating of Ice and snow.
We never had finer sleighiug than we
have now. The roads were worn smooth
before the storm came. First fall a rain,
which froz; then cames!eet,and ice formed
J gradually, day by day.until the sleighing was
quite gooo. ana now an men oriwooi snow
has made It superb. It is not only onap-j
prnachable for pleasure-nding, but It is just '
the tiling for-the transportation of ice,
wood, coal and other supplies. i
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Many thousand dollars are sa el to our,
citiiens by the abundant supply of splen-,
did ice, in our streams and ponds, clear a
crystal and ten to twelve inches thick.
As soon as the building season opens..
there will be such a degree of building ac
tivity in this city as lias not been enjoyed
for many a year. Several new factories
and business blocks are to be erected, ami
the fourth story is to be added to Oliver S.
Kelly's Arcade block, which, when coni-
pleted, will make of it one of the finest
and largest business blocks in Ohio, and the
Arcade hotel will I one of the finest and
largest hotels in the interior of the
General Georire W. Palmer died at his i
resiueucr, .u. j i-. rm iimiuiw u
Twenty Fourth sireul. New York. Sunday
night. Of his career the Trliiune says:
He was born in Bipley, Cliautauqua ,
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, . .",,-rWhen he '
Albanv Law School, in 1657. When the
war broke out, lie went to Washington and
saw service in the field. He was soon ap
pointed in the War department, and held
various military position at Washington t
and in this state. In 1M, he took up the
practice of law in this city, and was soon
appointed appraiser of the port He re
sumed the practice of his profession in 1S71. '
Early in 1S7U he received the appointment i
of deputy collector, w Inch position he re-
at of great courtesy and kindness to a boy It Hay. Sr., was the Democratic cnndl-
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who had journalistic aspirations, which
stamped hhn as a true gentleman.
The Florida (Jacksonville) Time-l'nlon
wishes tlie press of the country to "let up"
on United States Senator Jones, alleging as
a reason, that he Is insane. Wo quote as
follows, from the paer mentioned:
Conceding it to be a fact these papers thus
marked and sent out by Senator J ones, there
can no longer be any doubt as to his Insan-
'. It Is impossible to conceive that any
mT ISaSrhM !
tlll, &nd lKL,t of M Sruator JoI
w ho has alw aj s been characterized by a i
high sense of personal dignity and a shrink-'
ing from ridicule. '
And In truth there is a certain satisfac- '
iiievlnir ihat he is insane. Were
J""1 ln,0 le,lnS that lie is '"sane, were
lie In nis right mind and responsible for Ins
actionji ,llskfr,fnds ,,,, f, ,,, but
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t'a.,1 aiivj iiiifiiiiiidii.iiia, iu3luikiih.i hiudij.
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the past two years, and no Horidian could ,
a ls.1 null t la vLiiaiiIaivh atstttsiila I I
scIe a Dlusii at the ruucuious auiimte n
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n e5 OI worltl.
On the other hand. .
i-i"i""u wiiun mi """" nnr.4. ,
has passed into the twilight of an ob-cured '
Thp rpsicnatKm of Crst assistant surgeon. ,
Dr A- s i)UIIiaPf um been accepted. .
iotaie cnect on meaisi uic, cc-cono a
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u . ere... ...... i. I.-......, f'"-"M
barl of managers. National Home for Ills- ,
abIe(j volunteer Soldiers, (confirmed by the
last meeting.) ai.pomted first
w " " j " ' 1 ;
'-,n surge.m.uce Dr. DuiUap. reside. .
" '" " "iX and respecte.1 accord- f
'":lj'- TIie re,irinS srB)n Is an old
Springfield man. who goes to Chattanooca. j
to go into the fruit-ralsing business. Hi,
,QCCWor. Surgeon Grube, is a native of
this city, a former student at v tttenberg,
- was formerly associated with us, for '
his own canoe and worked his way up. We
may say, also, that he Is a young man of
very high personal character.
The Boston Herald sends out a neat cal
endar. The Herald, we may add. Is one
of Hit most prosperoua pipers la America.
I The Xenia Dally Uazctte. a paper of ex- '
jcellent judgment, on general principles.
The Springfield Gi.oiiK-ItKrrin.ic ha
gone back to the old name of Ukpl in.ir
and will discontinue the Sunday paper.
iMth wise arrangements and the public will
endorse the proprietors in the inc.
In connection with this, we think it prop
er now to say that we hope to make the
proposed change as to the Sunday psjwr by
the first of February.
There w as heavy snow in Louisiana.
Lima, ()., is alarmed alxmt a rase of
the cold weather in Florida rauses alarm
about the orange crop.
Mrs. John S. Ellis, of .fw l'orlc. sailed
for l'aris to.rynsi-'t Tasteur.
K sieigh was run into by an express train
near Pewankee Lake, Wis., and three per
Miss Kate Xicholsou was burned to death
atMaysville, Ky, by her night clothes
eatchtng hre at an open grate.
The Cincinnati board of trade and trans
portation have endorsed the proposition to
Usue SI, 000,000 bonds to build a new city
Del Lyst, engineer, and Joseph Kelt,
miller, was instantly killed by tl explosion
of a boiler in Xewton House's mill at Kl
wood. I ml.
The family of John Womter. near Munt
pelier. lnd., consisting of five persons, are
lying dangerously ill from the effects of
poisonous baking powder.
Indications point to an adjustment of the
British Liberal split. Gladstone having an
nounced his willingness to meet Chamber
lain's oertures, the latter has called a con
ference of his henchmen to discuss a basis
At Indianapolis Tuesday, the Supreme
court handed down its long expected de
cision in the case of State Senator Smith,
president pro tern, of the senate, against
Col. li. S. itobertson. the republican lieutenant-governor
elect, affirming the deci
sion of the lower court and glUng the re
publicans hrst and second blood In the con
test The l(rttrs Great Mistake.
The bill appropriating $5,00i) for the
medirl and burial expenses of President
Garlit'M was not jussed without opposi
tion Senator Vest was especially severe
on the surgeons, who did not know- the
structure of the human body, and who
had trcntril one part while the wound was
ln am,(h(.r Iike Ihe carnnterwho cannot
tell'gnrret from cellar, or the shipwright
who knows not mast from hull For
eighty day Jme A. Garfield lay and
sweltered, and agonized autl suffereil
Bulletin nfter bullelin went totheanx
iUS haMn an, of tip Amcrcitm
peo!,Ic ..We hine ,)robe(, the mlml. wc
have found the bullet the electric
machinery responds under the great laws
" nature until welme located tlie bullet
to hair's breadth"' And he died with
he fur off look in his eye across the dim
and distant wean, and the sutopsy showed
thnl they never came within a foot ot the
bullet, and thnt they doc'orednnd probed
and lnnced the pus cavity for eighty long
dajs; a cunons exemplification ofst-ien-tiuaskfll
Ben Perley Poore.
Women Who Wear Tlht Shoes.
" Women w ho pose as models ha e, as a
,ule, poorly shaped feet,'" said an artist
Joareiorter If theirfeetarenot poorlj
shaped they are apt to be out of pror
tion by lK-ing too small. The reason is
obvious Women are ambitious to have
small feet and hands mid at an early age
they begin to wear tight shoes. Tne
result is that their feet are cranirxsl and
mi hoi Kniw uniue oiuer ineiuiH-r" ol
ihc . f - -'- l
fessional model who begnu early in life
and never cramped their feet with tight
shoes. They have correct proportion" I
speak general! of the mass of women
who become models after they are It) years
old. Women inuyrine if they have small
feet mid hands they have nil that is neces
sary to give them a shapely apiH-iirunce
A worse mistake was nev er made Women
who are largchould naturally have large
What One Vole Arcotiiplluhr,
The fact that in Indiana the official
count shows that a candidate has been
re-elected by just one vote leads The South
Bend Tribune to remember that in liM'J
date for sheriff and William Cosgrove was
the Whig candidate. When the official
canvnss of the vote was made lxt Day
was elected by one majority. In 18-U
Hugh C. Flannegan was electee! represen
tative by oue majority. He went to the
legislature and his vote elected a United
States senator by one majority. The
United States senator's one vote brought
on the Mexican war So St. Joseph
connty has had an experience that no
other county perhaps in the United States
has had with a single vote. Four men
Al Astt A1 tn itsitvAt n nfTrlAn ! . I
' " -he H"'" -rbroughton by
i single vote -New York Sun.
A. a Great Truth
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The following from Mr-Swell's Har-
Tanl, 1,,1,1rV. ''' KinR th rounds as "'a
Kre,, l, ns if it were a matter of
f , experience "A man rich onlv
'n'"ar experience, a man ncn only
for himself has a life as barren and cheer-
less as tlie scnient fcet to truanl a buried
The reduction of internal revenue and
the takinir off of revenue from I'ronrie-
uuiiien oi nome manutacturers. tspeciany
(s this the case with Green's ujnut
1 lower and liorcliee t Uerman Syrup, as
the nsluction of thirty-six cents per dozen,
has i.,, ail(Ied t0 nwase the of Ule
bottles containing these remedies,
th b iUn one.fiftll more nled.
Fi.rer tor DjMpsia and Uver Complaint,
anil the cVrrmmi Snu for Couch anil
i.jvr trnnhl. liav wrlui. th i.nrMi
.sale of any other medicines in the world,
The advantage of increased size of the
bo,,, U e greatly appreciated by the
and (n 11 J u
x.e ,n cuIi7rd countries. Sample botlles
for 10 cents remain tlie same size.
.. , . k Wi,trock- Tllos. Weav.r anil
".J IJJ t .d
ments for tlie Adams express rbberv. The
latter was sentenced to bve years,
c to seven years each.
Confidential to Miss .
Your nose and mouth and eyes are right.
And yet you are not handsome quite.
Your skin is bad and that is why
Cbampliu's Liquid Pearl you should apply:
Then tan, freckles, pimples, all will disap
pear, Your face be wondrous fair and clear;
In social circles near and fax
Yu will become the regnant star.
How can I tWt 11m KUnals and tha sina
( Ily wblcb one lieaitanotht-r heart dirlnes
I How can I tt'll the luai) thousand a
, Kf hleh It k-ep the rx til it In-trays
i - Ionfffellow
l Conquered at last sh in his arms Rtonl tn livsl,
j An.l In tier eye be reftO ronffssion true,
1 That all her my riad rich nes comluntsl
Ijpss kwtvl V li'-r than was her Waterloo
I -Samla limn in the Current
! They h lore tt msl frientlsbip most.
' Hearts only thrHe on Tarvsl gusl.
I And he ho calhers f rom a host
Of f-ienily hearts bis daily foml
U I tin N-st friend that we can Ixiatt.
-J (1 Holland.
After Ilonelon's surremler.
I ...T:- very freely with the Con
federate prisoners immediately after the
surrender They wore, save In their
officers, a rather scaly lot, dressed in
their every day clothes, and looking as if
just from the farm or the workshop At
the outset of the surrender they were pos
sessed with the idea that they would be
massacred I was talking with a group
of them in the streets of Dover when a
gun in the hands of some Federals in tlie
vicinity was discharged, and mstantly
thero was consternation and anxiety on
ev ery face
"They're commencing to shoot the
prisoners," ejaculatisl a slender youniz
fellow, with suddenly blanched features,
close to me. I undeceived him, and told
him that the Yankees were not savage
and that they would all be cured for as
prisoners of war. Many of the prisoners
were mere lioys who should have been at
home under the cover of the mothers'
aprons. It was savagely cold, and they
wero without proper covering Thev
were eager to know when they would be
permitted togosouth. I assured them that
they would probably be soon exchanged
or paroled, but I was mistaken. They
were needed to grace the triumph ot a
conqueror, and were sent inainlv to
Chicago, where they stimulated an
apathetic patriotism, and thousands of
them left their bones In an Indistinguish
able grave nearthe siteof Camp Douglas
I saw two steamers laden with fiese
prisoners land at Cairo. Tlie lower decks,
the cabins and hurrlcano decks were
thronged with them like clusters of bees.
The wind swept down on them from the
north, mid froze the very marrow in their
bones. The lines spars and guards vver'
covered with ice and frozen snow, it vvtt
a terrible change, they were withott
blankets or any protectiou against the
cold: and in their hunger, exposure 'lint
semi-nakedness they must have infinitely
missed tlie "sunny south." -Poliuto''
in Chicago Times.
"Tl rvVvvPC ti1!ltllrelre,ful.P,'cr'!,h.
-vxx,vv' cross, or troubled with
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
at once by Using Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine,
hence is safe. Price 5 cents. Sold bv
Frank IL Coblentz, corner Market and
Gen. LogTan' sudden lirnth
Is a great shock to the nation. Few knew
that he wvs even indisposed w hen the news
of his death Hashed ov er the wires and
thousands of people stood aghast at the
sudden change from health and vigor to
cold and silent death. For the past tw onty
live years there has been no man nore con
stantly before the public that General Johu
A. Logan. Through all his career he has
been noted for his fearlesssness and punty
of character, both in public and private life.
Lov ed by friends and respected by enemies,
he will be mourned bv all.
His death adds another to the long list
of v ictims to sudden and acute rheumatism.
Probably no disease is so common as rheu
matism, none is more sudden or dangerous,
and there is certainly none w hlch so com
pletely baffles medical skill.
Only one remedy has yet been discovered
w hicli is a sure and safe cure for rhetima
ticm and Its twain disease, neuralgia, and
that is Athloplioros. In thousands of cases
Athlophoros lias proved a quick and cer
tain cure for these diseases. In connec
tion with Athlophoros PUN it has never
failed to speedily effect a cure.
In all probability many deaths attributed
to heart disease are caused bj these terrible
diseases, which are far more dangerous
than is generally considejed.
Kheiimatism, even though in a very mild
form. Is extremely dangerous, for it is lia
ble at any moment to go to the heart and
cause instant death. Why trifle with a dis.
sase so fatal when a certain cure can be ob
tained of any druggist?
Every druggist should keep Athlophoros
and Athlophoros Pills, but where they can
not be bought of the druggist tlie Ath
lophoros Co.. 112 Wall St, New York, will
send either (carriage paid) on receipt of
regular price, which is 31.00 per bottle for
Athlophoros and 50c. for Pills.
For liver and kidney diseases, dyspepsia.
Indigestion, weakness, nervousnessdebility,
diseases of women, constipation, headache,
impure blood, etc., Athlophoros Pills are
UHN6 SPECIFIC FOR LIVER DISUSE.
SYMPTOMS : &
caatednhiteorcnvereri witha brown fur p.n
in the luck, sides or jointsoften mistaken
for rheumatism . ouri.toinarli; lotwiofnupe-
tue; sometimes nausea or waterbrash. or ln
(liu'estloa. flatulency and acid eructations,
bowels alternately coitire and lax ; Ii ratine he;
loss of memory, with a lulnful sensation of
hating failed to do Homethlnc which owzht to
nae been done, neuiiii); ion spirits a
thick, j eiio appearance of the skin and eyes
a dry cough, fever restlessness, the urine is
scanty and hlch colored, and. if allowed to
stand, deposits a sedtment
SIMMONS Lie REGULATOR,
Isgenrrallvuseit in the South to arouse the
Torpid I.lvt-r to a healthy action.
It acts with extraordinary efficacy on the
AS KFKECTl AL SPECIFIC FOR
Malaria, Bowel Complaints,
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache,
Kidney Affections, Jaundice,
Mpntl riAnrpssinn PMi..
Endorsed by theuseof? MHIiousorbottlrs.as
THE BEST FAMILYMEDICINE
For Children, for Adults, and for the Agi-d.
lias our z Stamp In red on Front of M rapper.
J. H. ZEIL1H & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PH.
SPRAINS AND BRUISES.
CuuliI not Walk.
Mr I Imriv .Iw:li 111 fjinst.m -f .
rtii Frnm i-k-o.f .it ,t- I -pr.iimM nif
jinkIrMtmlly I .M not walk hti1 trio!
lin4t ,,r. thin ' tw vnOmu rrl.f.
Wht'n OIH 1 A r 1 il"ral tnttln I1M(4
st Jmttlts tul I "I. . vi ju I Vt&fi trlilf
arid wmidf rfullv urn)
Jitiiimf.l Ilftwrrn ( urn.
ltotlilV;: ucrpin" traiiglif in tetuen
rapt. 'er. 1 hruUini; thrm, a, Mr II
W Julirw.n. of thH vtn.t. Mich Hnnun
it , "ami mjr injuries, wer rt.i'il h
th us ftf st Jat-olit Oil Thi remttly
aSo cutvl me ot a ij rainy 1 ankl '
Co tt lit .scarrr Mitve.
Mr Wm II fnle. riti f .-C 1 tr- IV
imrtmem.ayH' "I v. i -ewrcly Injured
ly a fall ins wall. iiM .iiim mme
11 MfiTnr M Jam).-. Oil. tm turmiie ilW
apiiespM an I I aetirnl
An Injur Hark Curftl.
Mr Frank II nnmk-. Ki nun i:t of
Ttm, wrjtf 1 s.tix-11 u inrt my
latrh k. when hit ft iIiihn! fnm
nntlr Tf an I f foil inktrK tin mall
of mr lurk arm- an lnti r.lllnj I wa
painfully injtintl nnA m Kirk wa hwo!
ln anil i Iinl I iimi! m I.i-ot Oil
'wral timr- and wairnmptlvfitrtl
Crnheii I'n.lerH ItiiUtlliii;.
Mil Hrcnth M . Iu''lle Ky
While helping to roimne a rramr htilltl
Ins of the t'ity K.U'way to it fell over
un me, presilnc me to the ground anil
spraining my hark I wai rarrievl .Ktrne
on a ftretrher and the tWlur- atteinled
me two week, nheii my wifi trr"U.ifld
me to ue M JaroM Oil and the (mm
m hour pne entirely
J -4pKK niCOWER
THR Cn ARLF.4 A YCHir L i: VtU HnltlTrr. M4
FRKK FltOU OITATP-S AN 1) TOIsO.N.
AT DSCOOIITB ivi DiAirms.
JL Jle1iir Iat raa the ne.h bjnliarm.
Itu Irralaril, IS rOUNDS JS.
MONTH. Tke IIISILSIi, IltREO.
1'L.vnmr.s d ciiito.vic' ivi:.vk.
XEHS1E8 omnUAX prcUlly. "H'w.
ukwitiwMiH ke.1.' 1 curt? till KXLIX
OISKASfS from a Ilnt.l- to Enras.
'liars natosahlr. My "AVIAZIIVMS
XEKVK FOOD " (npeclsllr prrunrrd r.r
Ij.dlr.1 Is the Quickest. Niirnt and llr.l
TXemedj- for Srr.KVOIS IIEIII LIT 1
SEXl'.VI. Vrr.AKXr.HV In the narlil.
HatUfttatlon cvimrHaleecl. Hpeelut nttentlon
aivea t HeautirylBC Had ISleac-blna; the
Health ! nfut)'t ilrt rcquUlle; then
Art. A villi will f (Ml j ou nothing ttntl my
are yodr lll. T are welcome front lO
WILCOX MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
MRS. DR. CMCKTCIIEK, Manacer,
II EM Colmnlila .STt-i-i. dp Stair.!
TflQUSER STRETC ER.
Patented In Europe and UnltedSUtei.
Sole izrats la failed Statrsior
celebrated John Ilamlltnn X Co.
Stretcher. Takes barxlar oat of
saee, restores pantaloons to
original shape, only pateated
.stretcher combining screwrod in
combination with clamps All
(others Infringements. Orlslna
and oal; stretcher for g-eatlemea's
Price tlM. Write for circulars.
Afenii iraaleJ.a tvtry city.
W. a. SIMMONS & CO.. Boston. May.
OEIINEY IKICsE, SEW TOUR,
Broadway and 40th Street,
Opposite Casino and
.MetroDolltan Opera House.
One ot the most elcptnt of the
New Hotels ot the Metropolis.
Comfort and luxury
A home for families.
A resort for business men.
Restaurant of unsurpassed excellence.
Moderate charges Koonts from 81 a day
ObVl Dik MirAtTLETand
WiLTXR B. Uotrtas, Proprietors.
Bra4vraycira auss tha anar.
FranV Andrews, whose residence is un
known, will take notice that on the 19th !ay
of November. A. 1). Hi. tarah Andrews filed
her petition In the court of common pleas of
Clark county. Ohio, belnc cause Un. s, J, pray
tnc a divorce from said Frank Andrews, on the
grounds ot ertreme cruelty and adultery; and
that said cause will be for hearlncon and after
January 8th. a, P. U"7
By Frank Showers, her attorney.
I CURE FITS!
wsa I Mf csts I 4 bttl BMt. Bttr lo ttop tlni lot
a Una n4 .iMia .t tbvm latwra tSkla. I na a ra
bwl rats. I bis m1 tIM dtaews of Firs. Xit
L1TST er rALUNO aiCKHUd s llfs lnx .! 1
wwraDl n imdr t mt lbs nr,t ra. Bcsat
stars ki tail! la M raaana for sal near rrtTtr. a
rara. Baua . eram uv Iraatlaa and a riaa Hat.la er 7
laCrrftaj ratr Crrra Evrtat arrS r.0&M. It cwats Jon
aftlreaa Vs. U. O. i.aSlT, l.l
I.I rasrt SL, K Tt
Tbe Orljtlnnl and Only Genuine.
SaSj aadalwarl RallaMe Bawanerwartlllrw. lialuUoaa.
lD4Uraara (a I ADIES. Aak Jear Irrwffslat fcr
1 atrhealer'a fcaa-llali aad Ukr ao Maer ar .ovale. 4.
(tUBHi a u hf .atrucular. trtur br relani aiall.
NAME PAPER. C-Jleaaalfr Ckeaalral C.,
afl a Maatlara a.aarc 1'hUa, Pa.
d h DrvaaSata vTywbT. a.k tor Ylrke
ter'a Eallii- feaajrejal fUls. Tatt sa auar.
CERMAN ASTHMA CURE
lotantlj relhTas Ihe n.ft rWent atuk.and
inaqrea mii a-vania aira.p ,vnni,iii.rl.l
CL.ra.BincQaed brinhilttion.it. a. ti.mrslm. I
mediats dtrct sndTrt-rtnln. and a enrvts thai
rvaolt in all Curahla faM A ainala .n.l m. I
rtares Iho aioat skeptical Price boc and $1 00 1
of anj drositi.t, r ftr mail Sampla Free fur fl
avarop iir. n...iuif a. llM. raal. aiaa.
I ba sp"ltlTa rented rnr ma aboTedlaraaalbrlts
a.v iit(sian.ia o. ca-r. o. tna ort alnl and or kina
etandiDS liars brencarrj In 'a.a analmralartiTfa ta
In Ifl rfflrary, that I will aenrtTWO BOTTL1S FRXE,
trr'.Der vun a l.Li.ELE Tltr ATI"E en lata 04
OaaviaHarer. GUirinrr. and I O addrr.a
t-rr-r. A lctunof vnntlirnl
tare Uecav. NervAiia tlliltl.
Ir lAi,l1ihi..l fr-i. h..m.
tried In vain every known renieil-. has diatwerod a
rtiail ra-II-cure, which ha a 111 Mud I'UEE to hat
C. J. MAbUS. Post Offloe Box SIS. New Tcrk Cits
NDW-THE T ME TO 3 ECU LATE.
ACT VK fluctuations ln the market otter op
ilportuntties to speculators tomake money In
grain, stocks, bonds and petroleum. Prompt
personal attention given to orders received by
wire or mall Correspondence solicited F'ull
lutormatlon about the markets In our book,
which will be forwarded free on application.
H. D. KYLE, B-nker and Broker,
Si Broad and St New itreets. New York City.
ffc PESNVnOYAI. IVAFKHS are
successfully upeU monthly byoverlO.IXXJ
: "Ladiea. Are Safe. Effcctualand Flfatant
yJ SI pee box by mall.or at druggtsta. SeaUd
"t,artculaT$ t postage stamps. Address
Tss ntu CsiKicii ecs Bmorr, Mica.
- Sold by trsvak u.SutUiu aid JL.
Roams 5 A 6. Mitchell Block.
B. g. Cor. MjUn ana Hrkt Bta,
MiTU or Aaiixa Tirra cirrio
H. LlMltuCKKiCManH 57 Arcade. Print
i er. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer.
Wedding goods and exiling cards a specialty.
oiBimi uiiiE. ricin id iirittii,
110 W. Mala it.
WA. OKDMM A CO UNDEI'.TAKEKM.
Offlce and Wareroom. 46 W. Main it.
Residence 192 W. Ilhch st.
33 W. Washington street.
' Models carefully made and patterns proptrly
' gated ln all metals.
TOIINSOM A UUR.Ni:,
I J luiiuortai i. l. stitrrrl aoi's iooi
ITS West Columbia, street,
Ueaeral Book Binders and Blank Book Mann
t H1CHIS18T, 1D QIII11L 10ISQII SOU.
17 M. Center at.
It Practical Machinist and Oeneral Job Shop,
66 and M E. Washington st.
3. Leuty's Sons.
Hacdsoinestand bestaqulpped Daily MeatMar
ket lu the dtate. Beit Beat. Motion, veal. Lam t
and Salt Meats to b had any where. Custom oae
gained alwajiratatn ad.
and 10 Sooth Market Pt.
' The annual meetincot the stockholders of
the Laxonda National liauk ol aprtnitfleld.
I Ohio, for the election ef directors, will be held
at their li.inklni; House, corner Main and Mar
ket streets. on Tuesday. January 11th. Is7. be
tween the hours'of 2 and 4 o'clock p. m
Mbs D P JEKFEKIES. Cashier
The annual meetinB of the stockholders of the
Mad 1th er National Bank of Springfield, Ohio,
for the election of directors, will be held at
Its Banking House, on Tuesday, the 11th day
of January, lvJT. between thn hours of lu a. m.
andtp m. TI10S F McGhEW. Cashier.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the First .Natloual Bank of Sprlngneld.Ohlo.
for the election of Ave directors. Mil lie held
at their BanklDg House, on Tuesday. January
11th. HIT, between the hours of I ami -i p m.
Mbs C A I'MELr. fishier
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Citizens' Street Uallroad company for the
election of directors, will be held at the Bank
ing Koom of the Springfield National Bank,
on Monday. January 17th. Issl. between the
hours ot - and 4 p. m.
V,bs F S. PENFIF.LD. Secretary.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Jpnnnfleld .National Bank.tortheelection
of directors, will be held at their Banking
House on Tuesday, January 11, lssT, between
the hours ot i and 4 p. m
Wbs F s. PENFIELU. Cashier.
The annuil meeting ot the stockholders ol
the -pringfleld Publishing Company, for the
. lectim of directors, will be held at the olllce
..f tbelriiiBt-ltLrCBLic, Tuesday. January 11.
tv7. between the hours ot i and 4 p. m.
s.bs riloMS u 1IKOVV.V r-ecretary
I MuckituitlerB' il-eliuf.
' The regular annual meeting of the stock-
holders of the ItepuDlicPiintingCompaniwllI
I he held at the offlceof thecoinpanyon Monday
, ev ei.inc. January in. 1S7. at 7 ) o'clock
1 A. S. BCsll.NEIX. President.
I Stocklioliter M- ellcc.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of
'fieM John sew ing Machlie Company will be
111 'Id at the offlceof the company. Nos jsand
irtlwest Mvin strret. Tuesday evening. Janu
i ar 1, l'7, at 7 to o'clock.
F. S. FENFIELD. Secretary.
I StflckuolileiV Meelibg.
t The annual meeting of the Springfield Sav
Ings society, ot Clark county, will be held at
I the Savings Bank on Monday. January 3. l"-i7.
a; " o'clock a m.. for the election ot president.
vice president and seven trustees. Voting
from!. 0 a. m. to 12m.
Treasurer and Cashier.
Turnpike Eire Ion Notice
The stockholdess ot the Dayton and Mad
I River Valley Turnpike Road company are
i hereby notltled to meet at the St James hotel.
1 In Springfield. 0.. on the loth day of January.
' Ht' to elect directors for the ensuDg year.
PETEK &INT.. President.!
I December 16, 18.in. Mr-WedASat
Uk your retailer for tha Orlrlaal S3 Bhaa,
Naaa Oanoloeonleaa bearUxthla Slam
I Made In Buttoa,ConcTMs Jt Lac.
Bi jwj snn. unvxeeueu in
pearance. A postal card tent
. ttf us n iu wuif 7iiu uuuriua
Tfelt sbo Undi blffher ta the Nttm&tloxi of
Kearrrt than any other In tbe world. Tltotuandf
wbowMrlltttUtell70u th reason IX jcu muus.
FOR SALB BV
STAItKEY & SCOWDEN,
JX THJJJ ASOAOJs.
a' a. ?.'v
PALACE MEAT MARKET !
. I vr
1 .! xr ts
V... -VcT TM
J. B. FELLOWES & SON,
Are now open with the finest
both Foreign and Domestic,
The reputation of Col. Fellowes and his son is such that
there can be no doubt of their giving satisfaction and a first-
class fit in every case.
C. R. JOHN & CO.
WHOLESALE AXI) ItETAIL DEALE.li 15
ALL KINDS OF COAL:
Hurd's Shaft and Emma Mine ; Jackson Coal a Specialty.
Also, best grades of Cannel, Hocking and Anthracite.
OFFICES: Cor. II fall ami Limrstonc, Laonda. House
Block ; Cor. Mechanic and Washington Sts.
TELEPHONIES IVO. 2."3 AT) tZCA..
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
PUMPS SEWER PIPE,
RUBBER HOSE, SEAM FITTERS' SUPPLIES, &c.
lTo. 56 SOUTH T,rtVDBST01SrB 1ST
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
GEO. S. PLATTENBURG'S
NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of. Wigwam.
ARMOUR fc CO.,,
No jiains are
irrur Oroccr or .MartrtmAn do noi krp
ihcDu aend direct UAnaourtl'Co.. Cbltreo-
Tw Baat aad AtaUaaarT
lartn,.i. aalllaa auchlaai
Kin! tfll BCIMAI
8ct4 mr Bimm
ad prte Ut, frM.
line of Cloths and Cashmeres
ever displayed in Springfield
Accounts ol Banks. Bankers and Corpora
i tlons soItcltFii.
, Our lacUltles for COLLECTIONS are excel
lent, ami we rr-dlscount for Snks whe; tl-
ncf warrant It.
us from Ilanks mot lcatetl In other Keserrs
Cities) count as a reserve.
M e draw our own hxcharee on London and
i the Continent, and make Cable transfers and
. t'l.tr muucj uj icici.iiu ,utvu.uvui mi biu
that can bo ted bUtes and Canada.
itr-n.li, r-nA I Government llonds bousht and sold.and Ex-
iiruaui.LU. cnani,es in Washington made lor Banks wlth
Peonlc Ot'out extra charire.
rninimpiu ' We have a market for prime first-class la.
fcrlwUHcAn vestmentSecurUIcs.and Invite proposals from
ctaies. uoQuiies ana viues wnen issuing
WVdo aeeneral Banktne business. and In
A I. l'OTTEIt, President.
JOt. IV. 1VIIIIK, Cashier.
For a cheek for 139 ws
will print a ten-line
advertisement la Ona
.Million Issues of lead
ing American News
naners and eomnleta
the work within ten davs This Is at the rata
of only one-flrth of a cent a line, tor 1.0UO Cirtu-
IAil,JU I uc m ukuicui nm apifwr la out
a sinKle issue of any paper, and consequently
will be placed before One Million different
urnsaKi ui luam a vi a7 1 f aV "' I'fTf
U-.a..n Ulsl. m.u . I. ..-.. -a,-.-
, that eTery newpaj.er la looked at by n?e pf r-
ruthtrk.ruM, sonson an aTemRsf Tea lines will arcozamo
.ma. OscaftdttraH. i dateabiiut seentT-fli wnrd. Adrln! tvir
I cony of adTertlsemcnt and check, or sen .
for book of 176 paces
6E0.F.R0WLLA CO., 10 Spree SU, i'W
aaalLlIjJJ.iaVrJ Tallrtiiiirir i t airiiaTtTITlTflTlSiii IWaajfMllttSafaSliftlSii''" V.aa n ..i,i.aaa...... JaBaK
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