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-.-f - r ?sK!iga j.ft fra. -v -35'i-- ." .? "o -'-- SSSO T REPTBTjr. FRID V EVESTDTG. VlHIT. s 15&7 CHEAP! CHEAPER! CHEAPEST! THE ARCADE SHOE STORE IS TODAY GIVING BETTER BARGAINS In Boots Shoes and Slippers than any cheap sale ever offered in this city. They are selling off a few lines and odd lots at 50c on the dollar. Their new, clean spring goods now coming in at the rate of fifty to one hundred cases a day. they will retail at wholesale prices They are the only dealers who ever attempted, in this city, to retail Boots and Shoes at wholesale prices. They are the only parties who have a trade that will justify them in retailing at wholesale prices. They are the only parties from this city who go into the market as jobbers, and buy at figures that they can retail at wholesale prices. They are the only parties who have had twenty years' experience in the jobbing and manufacturing of Boots i nd Shoes. They are the only dealers who sell at one price and mark their goods in plain figures. It will pay you to visit their store. g- ""WwfSfe'-g--T. -iq i T-,. ,. Z ' "J y 'u' m ii it w ki -STSS" 'lit i jlWffll'llWWte'i ,aag 1 ul.tCnif"IU.lU,PHMWMnll i ,. -rf-! wr- I UWliftHiln.wwMSMlwB-, A .J . ,iliy h.lm n wmwiB lllimi I.pii1 .11 lu lUljlli f u ..Wn. .. ' t jgE CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair. Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe. SEWER PIPE AMI- FITTINGS. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION COAL AND IGE CO. !t:t South Lintestoue St. '; . KIXU, President M. M. IIKI.GKS, tecTreas. II. VOlJK. Manager Springfield trpublu EVEM.NG AXD WEEKLY. Th ItF.rCBLIC prl.t. the 1n York uil Wm lr AuwrUtwJ PrflUfitckMdtbf Kritfr CsMt (Ferrl()Trlr(mm. C. M XICHOLS, rrsmitT THO BKOWK, 'tamitkhs. SPB1HSFIELD PUBLISHIMC GQMPAlt. Publishers and Proprietors. THE ICVKMSO KKruittio : paMHtiea "TerreTenlnEMceptsuudai. n4 t dellv- mA at tte rate of le. per week. Slnule cfiplei2c. ' TUB WEEKLY RKrUHLlC t publlhed 1 erery ThursdaT. and Is one of the moJtcom plete larany newspaper in uc wumn elcht pace., marketi complete. Replete with ne and ml.cellani. tl per ear, lnrriMj cash tn adtanco AH oimmunle.tlons and contributions should be addressed to Curot M Nichois. editor.andall bu.lae.s letters to Titom l ltauir, manager. REPUBLIC 15UILU1XG. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone No. 310. FRIDAY EVENING. APDIL 8. I8S7. Carlisle -ays lie expects to be re-elected iieaker of the nest huj. . 1 I The Dajtou lh iiinnit wastes a tairiook- Ine chicken on little Ilhoile I-land'- accl- j dental break. There are si"eral uiilian?eil moral Icpi-rs in Utah, jet. And a few of the same sort outside of T'talL Mr. Towderl -as he isiufajorof buiM iin;up instead of tearing down things. All right, Mr. 1'owderl. llulldinz operations In Ilrookljn are par aUzeilby a gleantic strike of bncklaer. stone ina-ons, carienters, etc. John Aren-dorf, the now laaiou- Siou City brewer, - isjpiiicly denies an jMrtic- I Iiation in the Haddock murder. If our e-teenied conteuiKiranes cani.ot .''"eral in Ihe attitude of ileliteinu-a pul lie .juite happv they .-hould lie as Iiappj as be addres.-, will Ik uuieiled on Ma) utlu thej can. We are ien serene and comfor-' lt'1 tueiuonal .iddres- b den. .1. W ar . ,, i ren Keifer, of thi-citj, e iieaktr of the tabie. ' , , J ... 1 liou-eof repre-entatne, and an intiunte It is now -tateil that William Kisaane fnoml of the KWleraI alll n wlft. Ml Kogers was once a Jajonese pri-oner, but Gartield The president of the I tuteil m-e from the ito-ilion .da ismtut to a. spite- and the iii'iiiIhts of hi-fabimt. will Kneral-hip in the army. I lie pre-ent. with other distmnui-hed per The liotUmTor the demoenrtic partj is sons, at the unreilim; and luaucural i-en- fillini; out, and as that is about all there i monies. The -octet will be escorted to left of It, it is belieted that a biff boiirlwii I "'e Capitol b the Unitisi Mate troops and funeral will come olf at an eariy day. 'marines -tatiomsl at Washington, the , militia of the di-tnct and the (Irand Arim Jolin Jlo-l lsout ot jail aim lie now- ui- cIin- that he w ill untold the banner of so cial revolution. John' nrst dut i- to take a Rood bath and to use up a whole cake of Ivor- soap in the process of tetting himself clean. Tho-ewho "jump to conchi-ions" and are iiuick at inferences should be careful uf tneir logic. It is reported that an Oak land (.Cab) widow lias brought -uit for slander aeainst a local paiier tor publishing , ml) will be takin to Mount Vernon and its belief that her "late hu-band bad cone Mar-hall hall. to a happier home. , ..,,, , . Die follow iin; about one ot our manv ills The Akron L'otcoii has this paragraph, t!ii;ui-hid townsmen, is from the Cincin wlnch will be appreciated here. nail Tiiiir-Ni), nut' of the bnthtest of Uter all their noi-e and hubbub and new-iaier luiiun.ines special dail) paper and -tump ilies in , 1U1 ,liM U1IU. ,. ,,. Clt. JoIm praermeetiiics and in sermons . tbebpniiK-( w l!(K1kwalter has a head of wond.rlul Held protubitloni-L-onl) polled oOO or 000 ,,,,.,.. an interview m New Votk votes, not a tenth of the entire vote of the rtwtlv lie plae.il Ciheiiinati amoiii; the luauipiou i,ii . -vs a -s-pai.e -mam.- tlon the) arefadiiKdwa). , At a recent hearing i;!ven b) dov. Hill, i . .- , ,,,, . .i i. . , k i if of New Wk, to Uio-e p..akinK in behalf of and against the high Iken-e bill passed , by the legislature and now before him for lit signature, the principal -iieaker-against I the measure were I". J. Fiucerald, presi lent of the liquor dealer' association, and F F. Wheeler, chairman of the Prohibition -tate committee. The Sandu-kv 7iVt' r. of rhursda) sav--We congratulate the republicms ot sjprincheld on their luagiiibceiit victon over tl.e combined democratie-prohibition vote. IKie. Leonanl, the leiuperanie iluii-; aciigup, m attempting to injeii in- lanati ' ei-iii into the local ixilitie- of bpringlield. did the republicans eoml service bv ili-iru-t-mg sensible democrats. We hav e some good iiple who in-i-t tliat when the preacher or lecturer epre es their view all others shniibl take it good nituredl) on the ground tint the sjaker utters his toiitirfioiix. Hut we notice that w hen the preacher or lecturer differs from their views, the-e tame good inuple are far from setting an example of good nature. It is VTondetful the difference it makes when the hhoe geb on the other foot. THE PRICES TELL ! New stock of Hale & Baker and Reynolds' Bros.' Celebrated Fine Shoes, without a doubt the best hand-turned Shoe in the market. DON'T WAIT ! GET THE FIRST CHOICE from our bright new stock. SCHTJLTE'S SHOE STOBES, 25 EAST JsA-TJSf -AJSTD 15 WEST MATT (3T, i ,- 111 mi i in io Hie forth-coining grand review nf tlio trade and enuiiiieree of tlieeitv will apiwar in uur large dimMe islttion nf tin" Ivti Un'i in if. iii in ilxmt April i The nnl 'itr-oiis autlioliml to -illicit Inter views Willi uur maniit uturirs and Imsi ni"" men will iire-tnt a eireular issued 1J tills t-ottiian. -ettliic fnrtli the feature-of tin" eililiim. ami mi other jht-oii- aie autliorled to represent n-. Tin "mm. im.hu ii l'i m i-iiiM to i ill i:i ii 'ii i( Kev Dr Falconer of ouroitv, hi- i vtrv eveellent ami tlinel article mi "tliureli iiihnIc" In the Clncacii I'lirml, of A pi H -'Hie. follow itiKovtratt-s will mten-t choirs ami other- who aie jn-t now luvpiring Ka-ter musio The lleforaied, a-ill-tini;ui-heil from the Mediival. sliaipl) if not with a touch of vandalism -eparateil worship anil tine art Fine art however lilealmil, i -till. In the plulosopliv of the theologian a ntate- -1.1 I..,.,.., ll- ,.!...,-.,., .. .- -..tw....i,- 111.1 ir,.M,J. . i - j.ii.,,,. ,- ttal- -.VII HlFIt . rilln.r I Ititi itinliiil tint ,,1II.i.,,ili .if ! the theologian cannot It ip:ie-tiouel. hut hi- ipilication of tint phiIo-oph to ri li-iou- wor-lup wa- either loo narrow or tiN -weepiin: n. ni. nan iiiu-ic m our American Ilefoniieit chunlii"-i-of twocli - tint w huh em IvhIic- anil eie-e- relnjiou-i fii-lm? in ili nvt wor-liip. a- hiun- ami chant-, ami that which. -uiu h ihoir or clioni-, evcite- relieiou- feeling in the hearer, a- anthem- ami ontorio-Thi- ili-tinction -hixilil ho renieinlereil when we ill-i u tin ipie-llon of art ill (.hureh iiiu-ic Vrt does not mean tlitlieult iiiu-ic "-cientihcall it nm le -odithcult a- to te-t the -Kill of the -iucers and vl be not erj arti-tic The art maj be in the smccr. and not m the niu-ic It niaj be in the niu-ic ratlier than in the -inter. If m loth, the l"t arti-tic fleet uiiy lie pro duced in -iiiim: Kock of Ai;e-" b To ladj; and if the -oul-of the -mjer- and li-teiiepi are -pintuallj inclined, the eiy le-t -pintual etiect m i) In? -ecured at the -aine time. Certainly, lijiiiu- and chant for coticreintional -incum -hould lie uni; with liiuple iim-Ic, with ph-a-im; iiielmlt. aMUdmc difticillt lurinonie-. Hut the Mnxiid cla of music, ii-isl pri- ...All. ...V. I.. .t.r.. t .1... ........ I.... t.. n......nt ,, . .1 .i I -- worship, to mllui tiro the hearer, admits and li-ualh demand- more of the artistic Ihe true -olutiou i- not to exclude art, but 1 ,,,0 art -enant rather than nn-tre-s. l lie criticisms sometimes tmlulteil in acun-t iuirtette and other tnlin-l ilioirs, would In" more weight were the aiiiusl at the real oilender. Art 1- not the trouble In our quirtette mu-ie. but the lack of the -irll nf tr.in.hiyi in the choir. The churcJi I- not an oiera hou-e. The aim of the niu-ic in the church I- iuite different. The spirit of the concert or optre sniper -proer enoueh iu it pi ice is out ot place in the church choir. i bacreii uiu-ici- neter ojn'ratic Lille this di-timtion i-oli-ertisl the be-t -inters I and plaj ers in conct rt or opi" i w ill fail in the church choir and at the euat orj:.iii. , Tlie sincm and the raiimr iua lx? faultless, -o far a- mere, execution (;? am j(.t the relicious elfect ma be Inuien- table. Tiic iirtirn hiiif.tIjctvurshUa. If not. the elimination of art from the mu-ie u m nft remote the dilhculty nor meet the objei tmns. The local committee of the -Oi let of th Arni of the Cumberland, at Washington. I ha- praiticalh completed the iiroCTatumc for the annual nus-tin 01 the societj, which I will be held on Maj 11 and 1J, Umui which I occa-ion the (larheld statue, to be cn-ited j at the we-t approach of tlie Capitol, will lie nnteileil. The lueetinir of the -.iciet) will be held on the morning of Max 11, at which i deneral Sheridan will pre-ide. The on j ( turn will bedelitered on the iM'inni; of. that da at the CoiiCTejrationa! chiiuh li i Coloml Iu!lie!d, of Detroit. The statue. which is a erj fine one. repre-i-ntitnr the 1 1 Hist. The pede-tal for the -tatue Ins been erected on the circle at the intersei tion of Fir-t street ami Mar) land avenue. Coimres- havimr appropriated rJD ikhi for thi-puriHt-e. The -tatue wa-paid for b) thesiitiei) ot the Ami) of the Cumberland and will Ix? plaieil on the iede-tal the fir-t wfikofMt). On theevinmcof Mav i i irrand -)inisi-iuiii will be held at bntr- anlen. and on the dd) follow ine the -o- be-t f Aiiiencaii citu-. lie had ob-erv.sl (liat Cinclnnatlan. unlike the ieoplc of otl" r western citie were able to talk ome- tliu.K else than "shop when i;ue-t- as- ,, ,(M,ltal) ,,, Te w,i,.llCl. f culture be had louml In the art imi-euius, in Music hall, in the liid-ou fountain, in the nubile and mercantile llbrane. Mr. Hookw alter s horl7ou is a w Ide one for be lias trav eled etensii 1 1) A mole hill does not a nine the proimrtion of the Cauca-n- to thi- it-innKilitaii He sees virtues where virtues evlst Our hat i off to ) on, Mr llookw alter I rile Akron bvmni -ji-ak- ot oui riient ' light as follow - fcprincheld republican-made a snleiidid tight again-t treuundou- mid-, and won a magiiiliivnt victor), all the circumstance- con - ulereil. The part) m tl.i Cliiiiipnin .ii iim) in c-ousiurnii as -ipum it ui'iin it feet acaiu. in siite of thi adieis, inljutn. i of Wlutelevisui. ' The Itui'im should tin -W'ltile) -in the justice to s3 that it minded it- own bu-iiics the manufacture of 1-arve-teis-vei v closel), during the recmt cainpalgii. It i- now -tatiil that Mr. Wlutilaw Held'- rnHiMti(iii a- to the vvitiidravv.il of ' Maine, as a pie-idential candidate, in favor ' . r vi,.r... ...,.i . st i of shcrinaii. was made to Mr. ll.chard -uittli, of tlielincimnti ( .,mi. .,..( ., , iVu anil not to Mr. lial-tcul , BRMsjga p i -THE l BESTTONIK. ThLi nwNlicine. combining Iron with pure -ratable tonics, qulrlly arul cimilttelr ( utfn lvprMtln lnHrtl(tn, rnUni-. Import liliMlMalariH,( htlUaud ItttTh, itJrarallM. Itinan unfailmtr rrmid) for lMoaMtfthe KMnrya nd Uvrr. ll In inraluahle for Iieasc tH-cullar to Wonirn, ami all who lcA.Hwlc.iUr Hxc ltil. not injure the ttfth chu htailacbenr i rliicr con;liiatiOn At Jron mfittnnr$ cM lnnrIchcnan.liMiri:ilit'blol stimulate th npi-etitc. aiils tbf Hlnillatlonor fol iv IiofHiiarttMirn and lkliMng Jd fctruigtu ei - the miiM Ws and nerrt 1t lntrmltttnt luc Iji&Mtudc Jjtrkol h t nfv, Ac it ho no equal j j- TTh innuine baia!oie trade mAik and dotted red line on wrapjnr Talenootbcf k41l HHOWCIIEirtL tlK. IULTIHOK. ID SALE OF Tliurilft, pi tl BUILDING LOTS. 1 I Thirty Thrir I I.,M I U. K (.. I Hal, as guardian of Com K. and loliu :. Hit, will -el! at public -ale, on Thursdaj, April 14, at "J o'tloek p. in. thirt)-three choice Iiiillillin; loLs, on the preml-i - directly opi-ite the -treet car -tahh-s. Seen of these lots are on ellow priin:s -treet, balance on 1'atton -treet. line oppurtunlt for workincmen. Iit-an all in iuiiueiliate miiililxirhood of Kv.m Manufaitiirim: Co , Hauika Iron 1'cnceCo . Sjpnnirlicld ranufai turiin; Co . etc Ti rm- ot state. One-third ca-h on de Iier of deeil. one-thinl In one ear. nut" thinlintwo jears. sei-ureil bj luotteHsc, ti ht cent, interest on deferreil pament-. Ten dollar-cash on da of -ale. .1 mi s Koi.1 , Auctioneer K. (. A dm. s,. l)i ku Attornexs. A bill to pnmde for an eleated railroad ) in rhiladelphia was killed in the Icgi-lv , ture CLrvsn be Cbildren, OVVrC racially ,! Tlier are es-1 i.i.t . . i ' jiauits io suuuen Colds, Conglis, Croup, AVliooping Congh. etc. Wo guarantee Acker's English Kemcdj a positive cure. It saves I hoars of anxious watching. Sold by Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and IIIi;li street. TheconiuiR California wheat crop proni-l-es aliout two-thirds of la-t ear's crop. WILL YOU Sl'FFKi: itb Dpepsia and Liver Complaint V Miiloh' Vitallvr uimiratitnHl tuciire ou. For sale b F. CarwotHl i" the tenant-sol imi un-iiowne. Koteni or general of Canada, are to be CMCteit. nornn om pii.ks." Why UIcr lllcsl Irameiliatc relief anil com. plete cure guaranteed. Ask Xor "Uou"h on nice." burccureforltcbinir, protruding, bleed iuir.orant form of Piles. Wc AtDrusgiUor mailed. 'E. s. W ells, Jersey City, X. J. 8KIVNY JIEX. Wells' "Ilealth Kencwcr" rcttfires health and Ticor, cures Prspcmia, IniiKjtence, cnrou Debility. For A teak.ucu, lioucaic nomen. ti. WETXS' IIIK llAIAM. If nur. ni.torr. toorirfnal color. An elecant lreli:. niftens and beautifies. No oil nor grease. A touic Restorative. Morwhairconi rngoutjftrengthenSjcleanK.jhealsKalp. 50o hirthquake shocks wtre felt at Conto cook, N. H , Wiilnesiiaj. TcWv 0i. that are fretful. peeTlsh, 1 AJvwV3 crosSi or troubled with Windy Colic, Teething I'uins, or . piomacli Disorders, can be relieved at once by Uiing Acker's Haby Soother. It contains t.o Opium or Morphine, luncc ii safe. Price 3 cents. Sold bv Frank II Coblentz, corner Marktt and High streets. gulTubilIty. ) 'Ihe wild phantoms and shrieking cries of a worthless humbug cm make mone) b) imjiosing iixin thecredulit) and ignorance of an honest public, and the siippl) of this -pecie- of work -i-enis more than an ade quate demand. The eniinelitioii of facts facts that have stinid cruclil te-Ls fact liroven bj brain force and tangible evi deuce, -hould sati-f) all laudable enter-nri-e-: but the evecrable practice of teach Inefalse Ideas and doctrine- lor -elf airgran dizeineiit i- trul) reprehen-lble and -hould lie scorned b) all classic. hen one house tells jou that Imlide of 1'ot.ish l- a K)i-on siuipl) tiecause their op Isinents u-e it, and because the) are pan lit ring to our Ignorance, as the) upnoe, , von sii.iuld look upon all siiib a arrant frauds and their remedies a- utiworth) public (otitidcnie, and if tho-e who make such assertions do not know better, thev are a s. t of unenviable ignoramuses. DOCrOlOATHOr M'KIMiS. Hot Springs failed entirelv to cure me of -eveial terrible, indolent running ulcers on in) leg-, with which I had been troubled for nun) ears, "several doctors also at ttiiipted to cure me but failed I have n-eil mil) a few bottles of 11. 1!. 11. (made at Uljnt.i d i..) and the elicit h is lieen trul) magical. Psthe) haveallhe.il.il and I am cured. It Is worth all medicines made for punf v ing the blooil.This wouderfiillv quick cure has lieen effecteil after ever) thing else had fail.il Your imilicine i a dais), and ha done the business for me I have lived heretwent) hve.vear-. M) general health I al-o Improving, appetite and dige-tion good 1 sleeji -ouiully and never felt liet ter. Iliitiirs told ine that I could not be iiir.il, but I!. It I) has cured me. It 1- ileciddil) the quiikc-t, best and ilieaie-t blood puntier I ever ued. lt is itheid of all others. A- to my ca-e and its c nrc 1 refer to ev c r) merchant or profe s-ional man of 1'ine Hlutf. A. II- Miii.in-. Cotton llii)ir lii" Klutf Alk., Ma) l'Jtb, 1-so. c.v.( r.isors ru'EUs ci'kkd. 1 hue Ikcii taking liotauic HIikkI Halm I ill 11. It .) ami I a. n about well of an tilt ci I had iiti in) no-e for si tars. said by all to lie a cancer. I reter to rostma-ter lb ntriH. of Atlanta. . I'. Khivm Wrlgl t-ville di M.iv ., ts-i, Ml who lie-in lull intiirmatimi almiit the abtive cau-e and euro nf Mood roi-on-, ""cndula and crnfiilou- dwelling-. Ulcers, smres. liheiiiinti-iii, Kulnej Coiuplaiut-, ntarrli. etc. can -ei ure b mail, free, a r.,,J f mr"', ''T ,,IuMra,,'' I,",tv "f cinder-, lilltsl vvitli the n.ii-t vvoi'derfiil ,.i vtirtlmtr jn.-.t .iv,t In-fore know... tiilrts,, ltl.Olll) UAI.M CO.. Atlanta, da. Come aud Bee our -wi w r JACOBS 01 NOTHING LIKE IT i -. ' i i 1 1 rfu. 4i s' ' J Od IUUi i ' Wi't li I nNtu li Anl. 4.1 1o Mill', Vo.,0. L 3.lcfi. I he ii r h-nr M b siugu i m in l I n la 1 4 to rim M ii " oil Ulixiliukud. 11 Obi.U,iKaUr. lt rlInoliii, l r lit Lit uiitntohiill fitr"! U C1 i 'Ml I tmc onl V WIMJt it ujt kll WlllJ, it W ill II I lIlNtJij- II I I WHimimisgit. artl f DlntltriHtlii , m! Ave, V V.. tuiinr - i i Tlfnc'M. Tt' Oil t ir ntr, iuer tin uijrtut"diti''rrtitl'ii Al hA.l.L.l KNTIU (Jrvuf rTlin i niittilupd. In iiiiKo Tn! o t 21 Iv. "IIom tM.nl it fn iu tht s an 1M1 t. a t iliini'll tf 'i tlllllid - f M lut 1ri Ui1 n ititi limn ll "!bi r- i inlnti l 11 J U U1 N li u.Ku Tl.o lt-t ltin rtldi. nnn Ma -t JaettlH oil i- iht. U- . r ban lb d Nov 1 Itw; -MIT!! MOM A,CO.lHabr. Alwin- rrii-i i' - ' I I 11,11 iiioiii Stil, . 1 nm ' t I 1 I--, s,l, . -I Inc ! Oil i ll I I I I 11 ll j lU-,1 It !lit I it ll I ! t,ui in j ii IV) II rltVMIs. VI 111 11 Tin iimti r- HUH' CO. lUl'irt.MJ - it ' ur I ri I ' f I f) tr m i" i ii n I Itia: FT.01I OPIATES AiT POIsO.S. SAFE. .fcrii. SURE. PROMPT. TBCUUKim 1.UM tJ Ui,llI.TIIHihy.gn. 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Sollcltorot American and Ferritin PATENTS AXD COl'XSEr.T.OR I ALL rATT MATTER Room 5 Arcade Building, I It ranch 4irrnrfr' Wahlncton, D.C., Lon Ion, Kn;., Parif, France J. LEUTY'S 1m yl fi, ' A , 1. Palace leat Market llindsomest and best equipped Dailj Meat Market lu the Mate Itst IVt t Mutton. eal. Limb and talt eits to tf hui iniwhtre. Custom once gained alw ays retained. i vm io sorrir MAKKEr st. WEAKIUNDEVELOPED C 'arts of th Body Cnlarned, DevelQDdnd full r-articuUnt, trtinifJiisl.t-tc,n)R.'-i iijd, (r kldxiM.&I MKDICAL CCX.UUfFALO. U TC Jl.jl, KSd'ia HISl lITEflS B Oil I I 1 -s w W4W v if .i.'rrt iAre-; m tffwm .Mammoth Slock of (Jents' and Indie-' and Children's Stylish Spring (,r.Mt S,fittliit; I'r-tit The Kieali-I lmiu pre-iri in tht world will 1h In Id l Ihe ( hi it Moun tain J"nirt-mi n - i lu't i m.ijorii of Ihe ii iniUrs of whu h in uuiiltmtii of iln ti Coiui.inil th ti l'lixiiln jiark i i men' luimti IK The jiri itm lu in Ihe heart of the wililiit riizioii in tin iimuutiiiu- of We-t Virginia It cover .in aria of ii" mile, ,md within it limit- there i- not ,i m ttle mint Hear ihi r wild turkij and olhir ir.ime tlMMiitd, whik the cool uioiintniii -t i mis ire tilled with the s,iMed N miles that make the hi art of tin nimli r h ip with jo The ir.ntof lain! I'lulirao- "ilMUhl iicre Mini will lie imrjii-iil li JOIkk) aire It l lift j miles from the r.iilm.ul, hut I rtaihed b a iro.nl in u ad.iuii7isl road Nono hut the most intrepid hunters li n e 'r.ner-eil its -iilit ir wild while only the inerrv ni')oiishini r hi re-Uil within its ronline The lieir and ill-r hie had full mv in;, and the hinlj hunter-will lliel CTmt -port dunnthe hiiiitiiiKca -on in ipi rin liuik'hot into tin-noble aine, while there .ire justinnuh rattle -n iVes lfiilt riii-r on the lnlU to udd the sjiii e of d ini r to the fun Unrlim ! r t' i prcerxes will lo plentifiiiii -'in ' i 'h llnll-h plieis ants imporiiil fiom the old conntr, and aild lKCir will al-o ln turned Io,i-i tliere 1'itt-bunr l)i-ji.Uih W In si,n. I', ,plf llHTe sre I im. I attriliule the ciu-e, primarily, to thi lit n i i it man) iieuple nowndasrcail newupip fr.-h from the pre-, without tliiul.iii4 "r knowing that the ink upon tin m roTil.iuis a iiinuiit nf nr-tii'C 'Well tlien.idir nun -n. whit has lid- to do with -on' ee- er inuih, I reph I! li.iiidlius fn'iK pnntiil -lust-Mrj nuiiuii (iiinniitlesof the ink off-its upon the end of thetinir- HrI..is not elioiuili to (-oil them but i nouirh to ile-in-it the "ir-i mi tlnreoo I hen if there I ls.i partule i't ittl.inu nf the tclnl, the IKT-on--o .libs till ulino-T inoiiint.iril nib their nes with tin v of Ihur ! liimers ami - tl.e nr-tmc is a Mii!on, the re-nit i- ih-eti-e of tin nisiiinu- niore or le ow it jpImii - that j rnsiple wn-h their hands nltir hindlim: siirli new-p,ip"r- or. if pot fsinieim m tn do -it. thin Ki their Dinar rinfullt .iw.n from tin ir ei-s Cur lla.i bull nal of Ileilth. The riilllifi.1 l.lrl In -in kelt-tnwii. a- stii-anuab Lulu s.e.irl. But Hie Iielle of beauty -he wa- iii.ule. I! Chaiupllti's Liiiuul IVarl Wapikoneta, , i- to lie piped for natu ral ga-. CoaVX Vecx SiaiDstef tboustnda suffering from Asthma, Con sumption. Coughs, ite. Uil you ever try Acker's English ltemcdy! It it the best preparation known for nil I.ung Troubles, Bold on a positivo guarantee at 10c, COc Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and II lh -treets. INTERESTING TO HORSEMEN! VT)l W II.l. l'Ll v-E M.rTI( f that Hi conuec 1 ttnn with iny alre.ulv iiittnl (n-uch aud Maiidanl tired lrntlitigMaliltins. 1 tiaveadil ed tu my HttMe ttiH Impirud Cleveltii,l bay sialllon, 1.0-tUH.H 11th PEDIGREE, DESCRIPTION AND TERMS: ROSEBERRY llth: The liiii.orte.U lefl.utit Lay, Uoebt-rry Utti liiUHrlft lt llurvt xs 1imh . Uiqoii i. Hit .win nerof the irnt url7. at orst.tuon pilt t-tli 1SJ. the 11pi prl7t it -f Ilt-Iemou inl iiti, 1mHo wniiirr of the tlrnt prize it Ilolton llir"hov on I isler Monday, i-rii lotli.lJ I-nseberry lltli is.t htautiful ba.ulth bl ick pnlnf. HtAnJt iteftl h iihIj lilirh, wefyhs Uf.ir H'lipatiavl- ntnt' e.ir jlii thin fvpriiikr. ptrftitl ounti.aml h,i irutI himself a sure tu U better, ami u kinU and gentle l;(cebrr llth h Kt by Uonler lam by otitis Mflliourne onltr wa- cot by Won tirful, which obtalntit the tlrst pri7 at "tukeMe j;ricultiiril tctet "how. and the flrM at the leeiand ncultiini! -otiety "how In Inio aNothe Krnt at the ureat rk -hire how in loT. aLd severil other prizes f.ir the br-tt carri i;e stallion W ondt rlul w i ct by U underfui I. id, dam bj Old W onderful thus it will be seen that Hosebirry llth M closely allied to some of theurandest tarri:u hop" inhnclaud and It bound by hisbhod,toueaud (UaIiI to uet the noble c irrlae hore. as well as the hh:h stepping ro-tdster. which are cow o seine. ind yet so mm h in request ouui; Uelbourn. the slrt 4( the darn of Unseltei-ry llth was i beautiful roidond field horse, he iaintc won severil prues, Ie itliiic the rele jrated I'henotneiiop on several occasion. Allied won MicKial prize at Fiunton.and as afterward -old for tmj to the kin.; of Utly oun Me'btturne w is fot by that mi ,-erlor thorut:h bred horse Lincer. which on four &rtUi pneslorbeiuj; the best ho rou il bPtd horse for eittn hunters and irrlate horses ouik Melbourne's dam w u iy lrrry Iatks wliiili w is the wmrie r of the rst prif at tti North l.iucoln'dure hnw in . the s( coud prize -t the Koal Vricullural how held at I reds lv md the first prize Ioal Atricultunl how heid at Ilittertfa in i - trind dan hv lEarotit t. the property of Mr V,nz of UorneaHtle whUh trotted a nnlo in three miuutea on st eral ot rasions VIDELL 847:- The liiiimrled 1-rencli Horse iiiell -17, ure. Imiiirtel tv Jler-nn A Tilur. Monti ello. Illi This horseh iirinestvle anil action H.nmti IiiS tiaiid- liUh. Meisht l."n t'ouiuN, anil h.i- pruveil htm-elt remirkably fine breeiler " STYLE, 5,714: 1heMtndnt I.red rrottin tillfiMi. "tyl-. t.r-vistered bright ba. foaled in li j;ot bytillnni. "IJ dim Aim i the dam of ladi ion .Z3 by "urirt3e,so i of Jatkson's i-ljinj: t Mud. IX c d , a rty mare represented to be a Ilamblftontan tiIlHn by Meenner MhK, hebtheold llvoiike 11 unbletuni in dam urex Kose. by Ilarrl Huinbletoiil i.he b Ihh opS Kambletoiit in. he by lmp-rtt d .Mes.eruer. LITTLE NED: Little Ned.the-hetlaiid l'ony blatk.thinj eUht iuthes h!i. weight i pounds Per fe tlycentlt. i.-'l'ICII-M- is follows tor the above horses are liO-ElirUKt 11m Tuentv Ilolltrstofnsure a mare In foil V. IDH.I.. -T-Hftn Iiollars to insure a marefufotl k, Itoseberry aud Idell will make t! season of 17 from prll 1 to July 1 Wediii lavsand lliiir-days. it Jessie ltrennir- si de. priiuneld.o and the other four dtys the lies sta of ea li week at the Kureka llreedin,; -K miles east of Mirineneld.on theol tables. bus road. -Ule aud l.lttle -Ne.t will be kept fciVLr will onlv make a limited season closing W.i lith.at t iftet u bollard to injure m ire In foal. him 1 E1-Ten 1-otlir to iusurea mare in fo U Ho Monei due win u mire Is know n to lie id t Hit se terns will not bet.hani;ed. t'urtkpirt J Mjjwlth or fiilinj; to attend prompt y forfeit , the lisuraue Horses Mi erfulh shown lMeave iit in stable miore bneiituz JOHN H. QOWER, J ( LM ..room 13t Uwiur WANTI ! deneril icents. to wholesale my new motor. lUireehance Kood Hil ary or i"c on thedollar. Address, with stamp. I M Weaver. Icdi in ipolistlud. uVirne this paper ynteiulliiK tdvertUerr-ghouId addreii GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., to srituci: sntKtT, m:vv kikk citv, For SELl CT LIST of l.(X) .N EW SP VPEKS Will be sent t'KKK on aDpllcs.tlon THE QUALITY SELLS! STRENGTB REGAINED- COPIES talitv, premature decline, etc are i-inriall Ik muted li inti-iiltiiii its contents. hierjtlitti -iitlerers wish to know is fully iiven in its pa'es If iu neid of iiieilnal aid urtouii-el. reid it before "ductorini-" or lnve-tnn: In medicine- or appliances of an) ile-criplioii. .tin! jou will nve time, uionev or di-ipHniitineiit If i-in. meilicitie or medual treatment of any kind, read it and leant the bettir va) rilK lit IF V expo-es the fntid- pnttit r lij quact-. and medical tmpn-tors who profe-! to "practice medicine," and point out the onI -.tfe. -itiiplc. -ure ami effective road to liejltti. vienr ii'd luslil) inersrj liewareof the -ham curative trtule- tilled Mile d- (n mrators, (drillc-. 1'ad-. Uni-hes. Cor-tts. Clutliinir. l'lasters. etc. now deceptivel advtrti-isl as Klutric. oltaic or Mtmietie I lie-e artieli- are a.-entirelj spurious as the adverti-emeiits concerning tin m are iti-nluou- I hi- can be ei-ilv dtteiteil b a -uupie te-t vvlm li t- fullj explained in TIIK KKVIKW. I lii trie lielt- ami all curative appliance- are trear.it upon all atmiit them. Belts on thirty days' trial (") and other fallacies revievvisl. Thou-anil-ot dnlhr- -avisl nervoti- ilebilitv -uilinrs ai,d otl tr-bv the advice Riven. Header, are voivalllicttil and vvl-h to reiover the -line decree of health, -trenstli and enercj experiencetl tn former years ? Do an) of the follow ins -viiiptiuns. or cla-sof -juiptoms imet vimr diseased condition " Are jou sutTenng from ill liealfi in any of it mail) forms consequent on a iinKtrun, nenous, chronic or functional ili-ea-e" -Do )ou feel nervous, debilitateil. fretful, timid end ltd. the power of will and action " Are )ou subject to loss of niimor). have -pell- of faintim. fullne-s of blood in the head, ftt I li-tle . mopim. unlit for bn-iiii or pleasure, and -tibjttt to tit- ot melanclu'l) "' Are vour kidneys, stomach, unnar)- oritan.-, liver or blooil in a disordered ciuiititloti " Io von -infer from rlituiniti-i l. neuralgia or other aches and pain " Are jou timid, ner vous and torcetful. vvitli )our iiiiml coiitinu.ill) ilwelliiiitui the -ubjict ' Have) on lo-t tonndence in )our-elf and encrey forbusi iiev. pursuits" Are v nit subject to re-tle nulit-. bniken sleep, nichtnare. dream-, paljutation of the heart. Iia-hfulnes. confusion of idea-, .tver-ion to -mielv, diiine in the head, dnnnr of -urht. pimples and b'otche-on the face and back and other tle-pnndent -vinptoms"' There ire thousands of )ouni men, iniildle-aed .md old who surfer from nervous ami physical debility. Tliere are thousands of females broken down in health aud -pmt-. w lio, fro n false moje-t) or neglect, prolons their -ufferni?. Wli) further ne-lttt )our bealtli and futare liappines- or eo.itiniie to tie do-eil. ilrucjed amlipuackeil, when THE IIEVIEW, whicli tost-)oii notliitii. te.iche-u-the tnie ind onl) w t) to peruntieiit health, -treiuth and vigor "THE IIEVIEW." or "HE VI. r II AND srUEN'dTH ItKli VINTD " emit tin- inrticuhr- an I inform ttion worth thousands tosutTennir humauity. THE IY V IKVV is now in its ninth vear of publication, t omplete sjKt mien copies mailed free. Address the publisher. PULYERMACHER COMPANY, IS64 Broadway, New York. Xon'it the time toayplj. nsyon miy im'swtli s no'IiM aidii. S-nd yinrad I reason postal car tod ij, 'amine thi paper. ale of lion lis. VOTIt 1 is hereby ctten tint Ihe city of ii -priBflelil. Milii. will otferforsale to the hlchest ami best bidder it the council chain ber In s tld city, on Tuesd ly. the JlIIi day ot Aril, .I . Is-", at s o'clock p m . the bonds ot iitdclty to the amount of one hundred and fifty thousand Jl"ii (..)) il'dlars ot the drneinl nation ot one thousand (Jl.U u) dollars, each u bear Vi percent, peraununi Interest, payable -erni amiuallv.at theoMceot Die elt Ireas ur rin this city, or at the Importers' aud Inders Sill, . nil b-inlt In New Vork Cltyat the i, itlon.it tl.e holder thereof, on the first dusot Vltrtaaud-'epteiiitierineachiear un til the payment of the principal thereof -tld b.itiils to be coupon bonds, s ltd bonus to be Is sued for th- purpose ot ohtitniiu means for the p tyment ot the cost ot erectluK a mtrket house and city ofnees. and of procuring the necessaryre.il estateasasite thereforaud ap protches thereto, and for nnrket space - tid bonds to be due and p tyable as follows fit teen thousan 1 dollars on the 1st di of -ep tember. 1 r". and fifteen thousa'id dollars on the 1st iUy of -eplember in etch year there after until the whole amount Is ptld, and when sold. ire to be taken and paid for by the purchaser thereof lucish.at theofflce of th city tretsure r In th's city, at -uch times and In suth amounts is the city council siiall Irom time to time, by resolution desUnate. and as the needs of the city shall require Illds fortliepurihtse of slid bonds may be men in wriiini: wiuitiie city clerk at .in) time prior to the time above n tmed for the sale of said bom Is. tiid lids, either verb unrtn wrl lini". will be reieived by sild counc'l on said J in uayoi apru aisocioikp ni wnen an bids will be considered bv the eltv council. and said bonds will be bold at not less th tit par value and aierued interest subject to the con dltlon hereinbefore set forth, to thehuhest and best bidder Uy order of council J S MIEV-VVLTER. TJI.s City Clerk. (tiiardiariN Silc. In pursiiiitce o( in urder of the I'roite Court of i urk .ount).iht made on the -Mil day of M irch. V I l1' .In the crc of K l'i il. guardian of Corah, lilts and JohnOeorKt litis, aeainst his sild uards the uiidtrsij;ued will on ttiellthdayof prll I l--s7, at . oucki" in .on thepreini'-. s offer at publii sile theftdlnrtiniideMrilwd reil estate, situ itein the city of prltifleld Uirk ennnt Ohio, to wit Thirty three lots numbered from 4.7 to i,sl. tnclusii as the sain are numbered iml deMKn.it d on a pi it of addi tlon to the Slid city f (irlnneld laid -ut bi siid u'lmr'll in of salil wnnls bv the order of sild court in said ease and record Ld lu plat bs.)ks!. puelti Terms f s lie One third cash on the day of sile. nee third in oceand one third in two years trom the clay f Sole, to he set u red In mortiae4io the premlnes sold aud the dt ferred piyments to be ir interest at the rite of u jrcent per annum, i- lyable annually 1 i. I) I U,. (.uiniiaii of t ora K. Mils md J.ha (Jeorjie llils TS Notice to l'ontrcl(ir. -ealed proposals will be received by the lioanl of Hospital 1 ommfssioners of tlfctty ot-prlmifleld Ohio attheoitlte In the Mitch ell block In si'd city, of J - Klliott. clerk of paid bo trd. until o'clock. noon of April uth. 17. bir furnishing all the material and doing all thelalmr for the remodeling tnd repalting ot the tiulldtugon the Hospital grounds in said city Vll bids must be for doing stld work accord ing to the plans aud spic.ncatlons therefor on file In the ofSce of i has i regar. architect, tnd all bids must be on the blank forms furn ihed by the clerk of said board, and shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope.tnd deposited with said tier, and such sealed envelope shtll b tv e endorsed thereon the uttLreof the same -ai 1 bids will be opened at the first regular meitlngof the board after theithdiyof V-prll. ls-7 amis tld board re-enes the right to reject any or all bids UUVKIiUt HO-PITVI. 0MMI-5I0NERs. Uy I ts. P IliHiiiw in. President J p. KLLiorr. C lerk DEAFNESS Untie1 I Tarlt-t ftrr It en n If-, (u t.irrlt, (.Htlit-rin, Ikmi1iik CoiikIi. (iltl ue. ft tt Jntinly relietd by a device which is posl tively invisible and which has been recom mended b every pnysiclin who has eiamined it lt Is succeful in ciscs where every other divls.eorreiued has failed It miy be worn six mouths at a time without removing, caus irnriio piln or inconvenience tor sileoiilv hythe inventor II. . Vl.l.. ltridc-iMirt?Comi. .Hill ltTIKlt-t,owet rates forad J ve lertlsingin l.uoo tcooil newspapers sent free ditnsj (,E0 1' ItOW ELL A 10, 10 pru'evt ,e iork I AI AflEXT"- Article new sells fast. o I money to invest Meubenville. 0 VddressK 1" LUKES, UIPII lirU nil WOEskk!eure ITCAIV rnCrl ui.- " "-". ts Mm-- tl nl tf trvm titrly at home. 1 Ti n ..trivrU.t IUeuernt tree. v&i 1IIC. J. II. I.O I inlra, lunfc and Summer Health, FREE. WE ARE RECEIVING ARPETS LACE CURTAINS -AMV WINDOW SHADES THIS SPRING Ever received by any one house in this city, which will be sold at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. JONES &, SON, CORNER MAIN AND LIMESTONE STREETS. BOYS' AND CLOTHING BRUCE, H AUK & CO. Are showing this season the largest and most com plete line of Clothing ever offered in this city. All new shades in vogue, for all ages, for all sizes, for every day. school or Sunday wear. CONFIRMATION SUITS! All Grades, all Styles, all Prices. We always aim to do our best that we may fully deserve a good patronage. NOVELTIES IN SPRING OVERCOATS AND WAISTS. BRUCE, H AUK & CO. POPULAR CLOTHIERS. OTHERS kii:uij Strength and Energy, slIOl I, AVOID DRUGS, SECRET MEDICINES. &c. I SKM F(IH 'The Review," or Health and Strength Regained, An lllustratel Journal I'uhli-bed fur thfir Keneilt. It treats on Health, Hygiene, Physical Culture and Medical Subjects, nil I- a ciimplete enc lopeilia of nifoni-atioii for sulfennit liiiinanitv atllicteit vvitli linK--tanliiu-. clironic. nervous, ex-liaii-tinr or painlul iliseae-. Kvery subject that bears on health or human liapinnes.- receive attention in iW paiceM. .mil the niany que-tlons a-keil by ailing (person- anil Invalid-who have ile-paireil of a cure are ansnereil, anil valua ble information I vulutiteereil to all vho are in need of nieilical ailvice. No -miliar work lias ever been published. Kverj -iek or ailini; ;'r-on should have it v. OI"(. WD MIIH)I.K-A(iKI ilKN. and others who -iitTer from nervon- and plij-ical ilebilitv. enliausteil vital THE LARGEST STOCK OF CHILDREN'S -' . v Lf . ,.k ' . ,4... . u gfo.w:'-";-e.-.v. ...'VJfa. .I'T-yy'cy;; L'v-s":"sy -g-ggJE?.., 55BliS ,iJf. . ., , . .JM.4