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REPUBLIC. MOXDAT EVENING. MAY 23 1887.
CEMENT! PLASTER, Hair, Fire Brick and Clay, Chimney Pipe, SEWER PIPE AND FITTI2STC3-S. A full stock always on hand. CHAMPION JK1 South Liiiietlone St. K. 1. KkLlA. President . M. IIHfiKS, SecTreas. II VOCES. Manager pvingfirlii Republic EVEXIM1 AM) MEEKLY. The KH'l III IC prist thOewlork hI Wh trri l.wrl.lfd l't DiapalckMaad the Kfittr Cable (torlira)Tlt. ram. NICHOLS, rRK41MVT TIIOo. O. IIIUW, 9C'T (MITII19. SPB1HCFIEL0 PUBLI5HIN6 GDMPAMY, Publishers and Proprietors. TIIK tVKMMI KKl-Ultl IC Is published eTeryeTenlnir except undT. and Is dell ered at the rate ot 10c per week. Slnitle copies 2c IIIK WKKKI.Y RklTBI-IC Is published eten Thursday, and 1 one ot the most com plet tamtly newspapers " the country, elitht panes, mirkets complete Bepiete 1th news and miscellany II per year. iQyarlably cash In advance. All communleitlons and contributions heild be addressed to Chiton M Nit-Hot editor, and all business letters to Thohis (1 II . manager. KEI'UltLIC WILDING, SPRINGFIELD. OHIO. Telephone No. 30. MCXOAT EVENING. MAY 23. 1887 CUR HIGH WATER MARK: OrrulMImi Slitrrli SI Clrr.ilnlti.ti April 2 ClmilnliiMi rll SI -to -.no The rnruaf'ufi want' a lieutenant governor. Celieral Hushti. 11 .Mr. O'Hrien ur.ioiibte.ll thinks Canada is a g.aai country to sta out of. Canada should import a little frw sjavch from tlie I'niled States. There is no tariff on iL The latest scmrtitie fai t is that the old wa to tind out where tin re is gas or oil, is to bore for it. General Kosser, of Virginia, is named as a candidate for the presidency. He would "run" well He has a record. tim. Hill, of New ork. is coming out to Kmdla. Ohio, the uh of .lime, to jet gas and grease enoiuh to enable him to mil his presidential boom. Henry (ieorge's wa of abolishing p erty is to take in 575 a night for lecturing. Kacb of his followers would like to lie able to do it in the same wa. Clark count is entitled to thirteen dele g iti-s in tlie coming state coniention. We get our information from Mr. J. Christie Hollowav, secretary of the Clark count re publican committee. Whoever goes into the cabinet, or w ho eierdoes not, Houlanger is the greatest man in France. Furthermore. Gladstone n tlie greatest man In England, whether in or out of the got eminent. It is asserted that l'liil. bheridin. when a cadet at West Point, got "three das" for burshlng a li off of his nose at dress jiar ade. That was how he was taught to "stand tire" without flinching. The (loMVn Km magazine, of San Diego. California, has great! nnproied since it was removed from San Francisco The May issue is a beaut Our old fellow toiusuian. Mr. Harr Wagner, is the editor and one of the proprietors. We find the following in the "Here and There" column of the Cincinnati Vmnmcr cuil (liizetti of Saturda Ooiernor Foraker's .marter-master gener al Asa llu-linel!. is to build the hnest house in Spnnglield. And the finest gentleman in Spnnglield will occup it, lt is a line gentleman and a man of truth wliosastlds Police Commission, r, Hon. .lames Itovle. In the Cleieland Imard of aldermen on Frl.la night, an ordinal!..-wa-, intro.lu.i-d authorizing saloons to beopenel on Sun days from 2 to 12 o'clock p. m .for the sale of beer and wine. The '.tin lhiiler, the leading democratic journal lit northern Ohio, strongly opjaises this ordinance. rejH resenting that it is, in reaiiti. an attempt to rei lie the practice of keeping saloons COAL AND I ECO open on Minda, in dehance of an over whelming public sentim. ut. The ''Join lhiiler sas There is another thing to keep clear in IUIU.L The .luestion of oienmg or closing the salianis on Siinda is not a religions .piestion, as some would haie it appear. There is no urstion of religious dogma m xolved. There is no iU.-tion as to how .Siinda shall lie obs.ri.sl. There is no iiesfion as to w!i. ther a man shall go toihurch or on a pl.asureexcursioii Too '.ilii Duller will contend alvvas that ever man shall do as he pleases about that. Hut this is a ques tion of good government, of public order and good morals, to any and all of ivliuli l n saloons on Suiulaj are antagonistic It is a iiuestion whether or not saloons shall hue special privileges that are not jaTtnit tl to other and more reputable business. Narrowed down, the whole luestion is whether the saloons of this city shall have their own way and do as the) please. We do not lielieie the should be allow ed to do that. We know that tlie people of this cm do not belietc the ought. The Toledo Oiiiiiurrrfiif. of Siinda. comments on this as follows: That is correct. (pen saloons on Satur da means debauchery and crime Imper f.i t!) as the law has been enforced in To ledo, the reduction of the calendar of of fenses dince tlie law went into force is most "Slanted. Hefore that, n Monday morning, the cit) prison was full of offenders and thed.icket crowded with cases of every grade. .Murders, or attempts to murder, almost universall occurred In saloons on Sunday. Now the Sabbath da is quiet and orderly. Little drunkenness is seen and there is no such crowded condition of business in police court on Monday morn- ine In addition to tlie moral iuiproieuieiit. tlio people re spared much In the w aj of' taxation made ncoessarj by crime. A ote on the Sunday saloon question In To-1 ledo today wonlil close them hi a majority tif ten to one. rriM TIII.WKJW IKfcN.' I All republicans should attend the pri-' manes to bo held at places which have been tecihei1. between the hours of T iO and this evening 1 here Is little dtncer that Kixxl uien will not lie nominated for the several count onVes, for few if an men who are not ortli and oiu'ti ntlrsw been n-entionisl, but it is the irillrgo and dut of the riubluaiis ot thecit, .mil of ill of tin in, to atti ml the iriiuiries .tnd do wli it the can to select the l-st. and strongest, and those who are the most Ilkel to win Weaie to noinimte KH'I.I s TTI 1 , i'iiohati Jt i..i, Oil NT Cl )l!k, C.n r At iitror. CO! T ltKOlUM IL, COMMISSION! II, luiinua Dn.niMi.. COHONHC Hon. Georee C Rawlins, our present re resentatne, In. Imn tiilhfiil effect le and vigilant, and is a candidate for re-noiiniia turn. l'robate .lu.li;.' Miller, Clerk K.il hltLs, Auditor eniss, Commissioner M.r rett and others, hae proven themel(s ble and taithful ofiicials, and are willinc to retain their -itioii. Their tellon Cltliens are to de ule whether the will re nominate them or brine out as their an didates new and Co.! nun who hae beui announced as candidates We think no mistakes will Ive made at the count con vention. WodneMlav, but the republicans of t'iecount and rll should nppeir m full force and nnke sure it the ver Iiest posi b'e results Kt I'l III IC I X s. IKIh Of 7 ' We have the ls fei'linc HssibIe toward , doesn t ne the sohr pnntinit plan. Of all candidites for nomlnHious at the hind coo" there are tome artists or. the 1 Hovvtr who turn out life size bust por of the delegates to Wednesdays ounti i traits nt $4 and $ ", lint these are bad, republieiti eonv.ntion. We wish to treat all fiirli. but we wish to warn republicans to examine, carefully the records and standin; ot all persons who are candidates w)n are unknot n to them, with a nevx to the (.election of men for all of the othces who iaie untarnished records, ami con cerning whom dainigiiig charges could os sibly be brought after the are nominated It will Is- no kindness to a man who his a record vith bad tliwsin it. to nominite him and th'rebv sure his defeat I veri candidate ir.ild imlte attention to his personal record are, ttivrls and sin idd be willing to stand by it. Let its :ioiniiiite m n vv hoiu we know to (a1 honest and iaj- alie. This is a mlealvvays to la observed Let each can.li.lile's r.cord lie thoroiighlv s-rutinifed. We have given our fm mis a fiir warning. If a mistake is uiide. the fau t will not la ours. l!ev ("Jeorge C Iliddock, of Sioux Citv, wa killed la-cause he was dttermined that the liquor men in that cit should obe the law. Hewaswalild at night. August t. lss.,t and shot from In hind b the foreman of a leading bievvi r. in pursuance of a confessed c.iisptrac) to assassitnte him His murderers hive not et lavn jmii lshe.1 Four haietonfesse.1 the isins(nncy Dr. Tbotiiis Northup. of Haverhill. O , was shot, while unarmed, by salo.ui k. eja-r Alfred MiC and his son Pierson, pril 2s. IssT Dr N'orthup was a miller for enforcement of the liquor laws. McCov hid la-en indicted. tn.Nl and Imprisoned, and attributed his misfortunes to N'orthup. They confess the murder. On Thursda night. Ma ", Editor lUxl erick D. Oauibrell, of Jackson, Miss., while alone was- w a laid b four men, who gave him dead! wounds, and then beat his face to a pulp with their pistols. One of these men was Colonel .tones S. Hamilton, who was leader of the liquor forces in that count in the prohibition ciniass ot last August, while Cambrell was a t oiispicuous and bold oponent of the liquor poaer. He hid often exjaised the corruption of Hamil ton and other liquor adi.a-ates. Hamilton confesses the murder and the subsequ. 1 1 la-ating. The 1 guidon Times sas of the liqu.r power ' We must find some w a to end it, or it will end us " The -Yctr 1f(sMMjimn,a pijn-r published in the same build mg vv nh tiambrell's pan r Ti Simnl .tin! Sifl, editomll savs "There are three editors on this pajur. and each one is willing to la down his life, it it must be, rath.r thin to falter in a jour mlist's duti.and be preieiite.1 from pulilio ly adviM-ating the principles he hone-tl c'terishes and then some one, ladder and braver than we, will take hold of the pipir we have left, and carr the struggle on and on, vv itti all the bitter and aw fill determina tion of invincible right warring agnnst wrung." These quotations would seem to indicate the depth of public feeling and the grant of the situation which are set forth in detail in the biograph of Iladihx k. 1 his has ben wiitten b) his son, and published at Si b Funk A- Wagnalls, New York. The author's roaltv m this Life of Had dia-k will, it is hoped, la- large sufficient to make ample provision for tlie wife who was socrnell and qunkl brought within the shadow of widovvhoial by the assassin's bullet. It will go to her, and is sore! needed. Tlie lloston icritCf.oiieof the greatest . f American newspapers which is unit pen dent and not republican says Now and then some journal which was not pleased at the maimer in which Mr Haes waseletted president rises to remirk that lie was not a real president. This is not a graphic statement of the case. He was as rei! a president as the country has bid he was t.ai real, indeed, for those who caried at his administration. He gave the nation the ablest cabinet it has hid since the war, and, under Its advice, he did ivse things. Hence mm of tlie.texrs tint were then shed, and have been sin. e shed, cot - cermng him l.or.1 Latisdovvne is forma!! known as "Henry Charles Keith IVttj Fit7iiniirice, JIarquis of Lansdownc Kirle Wycombe Chipping Wytomla", lliickiugli.iiiisbiie. i- count Calne and Calnestone. W iltslnre I.or.1 Wicombe, liaron of ( hipping W combe, Iliickinghaiiishire Kirl ot Kirr, Earl of slielbunie Viscount Cliniii uiru e and Fitzmaurice: I! iron of Kerr, Lixuaw and Dimkeroii." When O'Hrien found that there was so much of the governor-general, he imiiiediitel crossed oi er to "America." O'Hrien has got back into the United States 1mm Canada in a badly bruised con dition, liord Laiisdowne does not seem to have sustained any damage. The darfield monument at Cleveland, ()., will not be completed for two )eirs more. The exterior will reah completion this suiumsr, but it will take a long time to perfect the interior decorations. 'I he heal) of President Oarlieild will remain in the receiving vault of the cemetery until the monument is completed. The dedication ceremonies will not take place inside of two years. Dr. T. F. Uliss eye and ear surgeon. 29 west Main street Ej es fitted with glasses. Something new, strawberry sugar, only at tho Arcade grocerj . THE CHEAP CRAYON ARTIST. ' How lN.rlri.ll. Are lla.l.ej Off and lh ........... .. . ... .L. Mn... ...n....... ......,.- ... . .,- "Wlint becomes of the man artists who fill, eh' riK'.itts.l ibinij'iouns artist to thequer of a reporter "Well main ot them hina on and do IihcU work all their lues The degenerate Into the cheap traou rli-l and man often dear as much us $ M a wotk lluthi ki nuiueart instinct is dead and can nen r ! reiinsl li hii Iires.s known to sin me Dolht make Roil craon iortrait.s 'cs miiiih of tlmr portraits are exitllmt but there is no chiracteristic art notliinis aUiia liiedunre mechanical exivlltiiiv N. ork has an ann of p.islil and raion arti-ls The artist on the dail paper who i an skttch and originate iMhtlions has lar more talent and art instinct than the niot successful ira on portrait miktr "Hut the most Mitcessful artist fnklr if 1 ma; be allowed such a ttrm is ho who does life size portraits from photo- Krnphs In nieins of solar printing The solar priiitiiii; mlarges the photograph, and the mechanical artist da-hes on the rr.rn tl.iw uii Iiil lilm the laNir nf tlra. inc the features It is a quick method, .i .n.i,u ii,. i.n.i nrfist to do morn work -Man photographers have pictures gle little and In- coiiiinciil 1 tan trnlj ma.le life sw In rr.m artists for 8 s.,5 that I think it the Inst medic lie m the apiece I aiippnst, though, that the pho- rld . 1 11 it I I I los tographer gits more thin S Ironi his tus- -M v on. (. , H i 1. 1-Mi tomcrs t-omeof tlnse nrtists do n large VFRY NFRVOUS amount of work, and do it more rapidl TCIAI IXIfcrTx-ws3 than the senile artist I dropped into tho Fur manv years I have be. n afflicted vvuh stndlo of a Miccistul craon artist not Klieiiinatisiii combined with some kidne long np and found him rushing off por- Troubles. Indigestion Imill add.sl t v traits at a great race. He said that he misen and 1 s.x.u Iniaine feeble ind v.r was in big burn to do several por- m nous, and in whole si stun was pros traits and a-sked me' to help him. 1 told trate.1. beveral phvsiciaiis wore employed him I did not do that kind of work. 'Oh, niMiiemits pat. nt m.slicines nw.rt.sl to I don't want 5ou to do the faie, junt Jab without U-iielit After so, ing so ininj tes in a lot of clouds in the background, old "m- "tolling the womb rful merits ot bos togiiemeaxtarter' H H It , I comuience.1 its use and the ef-, "i went to work and jabbed in clouds M " ')' 11"-'i'' Ulieiimatu- puns i..i r i n,.i, . r nn cas.sl, in kidneys were relieved and mv iir o iiivin . ,...n...h .... anothtr canvas He is a superb crayon Hrtist ntul receives the magriilicent sum of i." for each wrtniit U hiring men to do luckcToitnds and nil but the faces he turns tin m out by v holesale. I know a I Genu in craion artist who does a wonder fully ileier iwrtriut, life mzc, for 15 Ha ' even trom a craou anisi s poim m-view The ticst artiste rarely get under $1.1, un less they are doing work wholesale for jiVotr.graphcrs 1 he Art league treqnently gnuluitts first ilas.s craon artists by MmpU littiug them know that the hate no art instinct alove the mechanical. This iuftmntinn ,ives the student years of useless stud The craon artist de hertes ir"dit for his true mechanical nuthods, and his cheap prices do not ln terf.re with other artists who are not mechanical isjlar printing has brought life size mi on and stel lairtmits within the puriitw of iir limited purses" Jfcw York JIiill nnd Kxpress. XVnman'a Work In London. The first thing that strikes the Ameri can's notice moot prominent! Is theem plovment of women in so man of the , public places, where only men are em- pioie.1 witii us ine pep-oti tmo oispenses drinks in the Loudon drinking plices Is almost inniriibl) a slurp featured, stony faced, business looking woman The) are rer direit and exiaslitious Ihev ignoro the gentral tx)nvers.Uioii of their custom ers, but occasionally give forth a rattling machine laugh over some and. nt joke of gilded Ilrili-h youth You find them at all of the hotels Instead of being con fronted with smiling, diamond orna mented American clerk, you meet a sad faced, dismal, dejected looking young w nan, who, in a husky iihisptr, asks vou to register, and who assigns you a room, thin shuts up under mantle of re- M-rie and withdraws to the interior of the office Xo information is ever volunteered at any English hotel Tlie rooms at the hotels a9 a general thing nre uncomfortable for Americans, la-cause they are rarely if eier belted. The systemof hiating is by opeu grates This would be well enough If the crates were of any size or had any capacity. The average grate in a London hotel room is about the size of a two quart basket and it is alwnys expected to heat a room llxlG on an average. The extreme damp ness of the atmosphere comes in all around the room, so that comfort can he main tained only by hovering right over tho grate itself It must be that these rooms arc uncomfortable for the natii es them selves T C. Crawford in Xeiv York World. l.ay of the Mir. Women haie strange fanciis One of them, prominent in all the fashionable follies of Xcw York, is the happy proprie tress of n nest of white mice, in which tho chief interests of her life are centered. She lungs over them in an alwndonmeiit of adoration, with endearing phrases on her lips she holds them lovingly in her l?iewelcd hands and allows them to wan der nt tlmr own svvcit will over the folds oml frills of lur Parisian gowns One evening at a seaside resort, a littlo more than a year ago. there was a tine large audience gathered in the one theatre the citv bcists to witness a pin) given by one of tlie strolling companies that make spism.alic visits to tlie watering place. Plenty of la.uity nnd wealth gladdened the eyes of the actors and inspired them. The play was capitally given, hut tho attention of the audience was constantly diierted from the stage to the stago boxes, in out of whuli sat the I.uly with the Mice, as tcnsatioual storv writers would call hit The playful ganilails of her strange "ts vnre ixtiting to Khold, and with theri h indsome mistress they were the ctiosure of all cics Boston Herald. New Klnil of Infturiir Seeded. "Then- s a new kind of an insurance association wanted, and I can't see why it wouldn't be j-opular," remarked a gentle man. "and that is, a society to insure the identification of dead bodies That of the young girl at Kahw.i) iin.luf the supposed sporting man at Andalusia are cases In point. For a small fee a society could agree to insure identification This could I done by marks on the body or the clothing Sometimes things are attended to by others w hen we are too careless to attend to them ourselves The mark need not be a name, a number would do, and the name could la- known by refer ring to the registered number I'ui not just able to suggest a practical plan, though I am sure it wouldn't require much study The hint is worth consider ing " Philadelphia Call. The stateiinen f Parliament. Mr Criwford, the Ixindon correspond eut of The New- York World, says the members of the house of commons are not as strong a looking set of men us the memliers of our bouse of representatives. Of the house of lords he remarks "I line criticised the Cnite.1 States senate for a number of ytarsn-sa correspondent at Washington, but offer seeing the upper house iu England I don't think I shall enr lenture again to say one word against the senate of the Tinted States It is a laaly so superior in character and ability and jKisiliie force to the fossilized house of lords that every American has good rtason to be proud of It." Xevi Or leans Times Diunarat A Trlignl Xthxl. The following has often been told aa a joke, but it really happened in a down town cigar store the other day A gentleman whom we will coll Smith waa but ing a ten cent cigar wuen a seeay acquaintance, wLo may be I called Brown, came in and was umted by Smith to have a cigar. He of course ac cepted the cigar and Smith laid down twentv ! , cente m payment Atthu point Brown got I i m ms nue worb. Turning to the dealer lie t asked If tbe cigars lust bought were not sold at the rate of threeforaquaiter. On the dealer I replying inai rney Mere, ue nhed out a nickel, and laying it on tbe counter re marked "Weil, then, 111 take the third cigar, if it I. all the same to you " And he did, to tbe unspeakable astonishment of Smith and the dealer Xew York Tribune. Itoscoe ConDiiTg has a pas-slon for costl) colored handkerchiefs He ULef the brightest colors. Lake Tahoe Is to be used tn !rr,r.t. i.n.i. 1 in Nevada. BLOOD POISON. Three ears ago I contracted a tiloo.1 iki on I mtt.il. ul ti n lilies!, mil "it miie nriil """ ' "O"" " ...." hi treatment came neir kllllns" me 1 em- pineil an old phslcian and then went to Kj I then went to Hot Sprints -in.l n- maiiied two months, but nothing seemetl to cure me perinautl although teniorar re l.f was kim'ii me ! condilion hub desH rate ind I lpplied to i not.sl .jut. k ,ul 1 did not inipioie 1 then lis.-.! a pn - ai.itinu whuh was prescribl trills but it ((tit.inicd too iimch ah hoi ind icuri ateil in suit, rnus. I thi n ili sl ms.t undt r the treatnn lit of n.itnl isliMlle jihisu ian and for a tune is It m nbsl but ( tall rituriuil home a ruined nniiphs Ualli and tin tuciUI, with hut little pros poctnf et ret ttmi; well M moiiei l mg exhiiislisl 1 did not know wh it to do In Ma, iss-,, m mother jHTsuaibsl me to cet a Imttlu ot It It H t made in tlautii and 1 did so to gratif In r. but to in utter astonishment I hid not Unshed the hrst bottle I fore e en iiletrhid be.n boiled To the present tune I have used hie hot ties and hue rtveiusl more In m tit th in from ill the rest (Oinbiiml. and 1 am MM IllM that It II H is the most Wonderful blood purlin r ever In fore known, and I urge ill amimsi ouiig men 10 ir one sin , ,, ....... I 'ii-.iiii.ioii iiiij.i.xr.i nt mi... ... , ,ii, ,- full recoiumend it to others who mi lie slmllarl altlietid Mls, Tom ln I ATI iT, di , Ma 4, lsst, TO THE PUBLIC. CiixiMOTTi. C. ird ,1vm, After using It It It, I iiiilu-.it itingl state tint it did more giaal for mv Kidne Complaint thin all otln r r. nnslies coni bmed Its action is spetsl, mil I ch.vr full recommend it for Kidne Dertnge nients. T It Cai i mi in. All who desire full informition about the cause and cine of HI.hmI Towuis, Scrofula and scrofulous bwelluigs. I. leers, bores. Kh. umatisiii. Kidne Coinpl lints. Catarrh, etc , can si-ure b mid, tree, a cop of our ,!i pige Illustrated Hook of Wonders, Idled with the most wonderful and startling proof eier la-fore known Address, UI.OOI) HALM CO . Atlinti (is Sllss. I el'a 111. p. r. Win rein .has la-nit) lie" 'I he skin, mouth, nose the eye Are points win re beiut) we.lesor) Themost import mt is the skin And there we will begin And make its bemty for us win idiiiiratiou from lover ind fiom churl It) using Chuuplin's Liquid Peirl Straw hats are gaming more inutideiico X. j.r-p vO -- Blood Elixir Is the only VV-'X-A Blood Kemedy- gnaran - teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup tionsorSyplnlitic Poisoning. Itpunfiesthe whole system, and banishes all ltheumatic and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it, Frank ii. Cob.entz. comer Mark, t and tllgh slrccs. (ioun.al is composing a cantata to be dedi-i cated to the pope. j CATAKHHCrUED. health aid sweet I breath securi-d. by Shiloli's Catarrh Keme d). Price "-(Dents. Nasal Injection free. For sale by F. A. (Sara nod. Have the gras a la mowed. cut if )ou want )ur lawn Fns All Ids stopjasl free b) Dr Kline's (n it Nerve Kestorer. No Ms aftir first da) 's Use. Man elous cures. Tn itise and SJ trial bottle free to tit lascs "send to Dr. Kline, It 11 Arili stria, t, Philadilphli, Peimsylvanii. "Hike' is now the lecognizi-d term for bicycle. Catarrh is a very prevalent and exceed mgl) disagreeable disease: li ible. if ne glected, to develop into serious consump tion. Hiaal s Sarsaparilla, a. ting through tlie blood, r. aches enr) part of the system, i fleeting a radical and permanent .ore of catarrh. 100 doses Si OFFICIAL CALL -Hilt Till- Republican Countj Comention. The rejiublicin ottr ol t I irk uunt are rrt.uettcU to inrft at the pUcts .tnd m the late hereinalterdesiKti Ue.1 fur th1 iurpst of irlei tint: delegates to the republican county convention to be hehl at the lew tin. corner of M tin and (enter streets In the city o( priucfleld.Ohio, on Wednesday. M t V. lv" at lo o'clock a. m -Ud coueiillou will also select delegates to represent Clark rount In the republican state contention Ihe follow Im; manner of selecting delegates has been adopted bv thecentnl committee And dele Kates selected In inv other manner will not be allowed to participate lu the prellmtn try or t:anlatlon of the convention Officers of the pnmirymeetincs are requested to promptly report to the secret tryof thecentnl commit tet; the names of dele,; ites selected In accord ance with this call U the hours herein named for the meetings lu the irioustown ships, precfiuts and w.rds.the republicans present shall organize by sele. tine a th tlr in tti. secretary, assistant secretary and two juices Delegates shall b selected by ballot and no ticket shall contain more names th tn the township, precinct er ward is entitled to In the convention. 1 he name ot etch person voting shall be re corded before the ballot Is recehtd bv the judges And the receptacle for the billots shall be kept In a conspicuous place, and shall not be pissed tround to receive the ballots The persons (e,u tl to the number of de-elites to which township, precinct or ward is en titled to in the contention receivlni the highest numberof votes shall be thedelegates lid the same number receiving the next highest vote shall be the tlternates The basis of representation is one delegtte for even twenty votes cast for J & Robinson for sec retary of state nd an additional delegate for any fractional ptrt of twenty In excess of ten The apportionment being as follows ItethelTp -lMunelsvllle precinct (. Hethet Tp Medway precinct 4 ItethelTp ew Carlisle precinct 11 (ermau lp Lawreuceville precinct 4 (ermanTp Tremont precinct l tireen Township 1 Harmony Township 14 Madison Tu outhcharleston ureUntt 1 Madison Tp velma precinct 4 Madrlver Township m Moorefleld Township m 1'ikeTownshlp lMeasantTownship H spriugrteld Township- 1 City of pringtte!d-Hrst ward M city or pngeId -Second ward l Utyof priugfMd Third ward City of pringneld tonrth w ird Jl i ity of -prhit:field Fifth ward tltl of printfleld Mxth win! City f -priiikfleld eieiith w ird . 1 itl of prlnslieMl- Ighth w ird 1 City of spnnglield Ninth ward 11 Total cJ 1 he meetings lu the citv ol priiurt. Id will be held from 7 ?p m top in. on Mouda MayI, IssT, at the following pi ices Hrst ward bheritl'smce ?Heond ward t stern engine house Third w ird Central eiigiue house rourth ward Hfth want ixth ward Mayor's office. Seventh vvtrd outhern engine houst KUhth ward Ligond laveuueen.iiiehouse Mnth ward The meetings In the various townships and prtclncts will be htld Miy2I. IssT (iturday lime and places as foil, ws I'ounelsville precinct at DouneIlsilte.h it m to 8 p in Medway precinct at the usual place. 6 t iu toSp m ew Larnale precinct at lown nall,tp m to8p m. Lawrencevllle precinct at 11 school house. 4 p in to tip m. m to n u in i remont precinct ai ii jones s onite. 4 p lrien tovvnshlpat Township house, o p m n ;'n'o'.ivtoi.,liiD it lMitt.huiv.i.n n. r.. S n m Malrlver township at Knou.b p m to s p in. I 1'lea.aut towusuiu at Township lione, 5 m. to S p in Pike township; at Center school houie. 4 p m. to Op m .Moorefleld tow nshlp at Kenton sch.u.l house andutNeu Moorefleld, 4 p in to lip m souin Llianesiou iirecnat.lt lown liall, p. m to 8 p in. telma precinct at Lott .. Wolford's shop. 0 p m to i p m. BUMBcneld townsiiitiat est county build lnz,3p. m. to 5 p. m. HI here no place tor holdlne meetings is des. lenated la this call, they will be held at the usual place tor holdlne elections J. b. Milks, President. J. C HotxoiTAr, Secretary. 7al! Arlie. nolo Little 7e Corns Orotr " Did ion ever ietl t that tlie i-orn is an in dex of reilneiiiHiit an J enhi;htetimeut? You I mar i-eek for it m loin in th miserible hala tat ions of the naiivt f Terra delFuegoorlbe I luhman of AiMiaha, but in the gilded ' homes of st.itt-.men an 1 men of letters ion will tltltt them hi the s -ie (j7e upon the gei.eioos fWt of th kui of the I aiiinUil Islanlo, wli nevrr ha I srn in his hie i unless it was itpjiiilisl to ii roistoil niissem nrl and then snr li the einlMrvs.1 jslnl ex tlmltles tf Ml l.liUtone m I.nl lentil n, or l.ili Iintn ami v.si will realize tint it is not th shnek of the l.xsini tine or the gnudv mil ft rtn nf the siminohiit teh- giHpti messenger hut Ihe hiuuhle and un is unllllg sini that -aks loudest of the on- w ant stl I le ot mhxntloii sln!ia Itaoo Itro Iott. of ( rem loit. ' I'otititnl llos- on ue a renegade, Mr You proiiils.sl uiu mil d ote aal.ist women's suffrage but when liw bill .ame up ou ' otsl for it lie a great mini to thra.h lou 'legislator Ive n gnat mini to thrash ou, sir on took an oath to me that vou wonl 1 u all v our mlhieiice to it the other I members to vote a-ini.t it, an I when the tunecame vou ju-t sit in the guller ami diiln t do n thing 4 Well, but in wife wns there" Ni w-i. lill.le "say, lit. g.. take miiih thing " Onnha Worl.L Itotlon . Mm iiiouloii. llanlsli lut). V. . 1 v r I) iiush woiiuiti s.ii.1 to me one ilii Hut she vv is. ngiged at h.r Dinisli club for lb it . veiling I .i.keilso ne care le.s iiuiMioii in leginl to the . lull, and thertphw.is tlh it is a la-autiful club lam the onlv uiemUr, .v.rvthing is inan.ig.sl to suit me 1 he truth is " she adile.1 in a burst of coutidiii.e "I take .iiieeiemng i fortnight to read mi nitive lmrtttire Whin I ml 1 wnnted tostav nt home ind t. id uolaal ici. pte.1 the exctis. ii i d 11 1 I am engig.sl at mi Din i i is.iliv.ivs ntmi ni7tsl as v did ami 1 am let alone -l'rovid. ne. Knirtnl USSIA The only hninl of Liuiulry Soip award)-)! a tirst class medal at tho N.w Orl.ans Exjaisitioiu Guaran teed ibsolut. I) j.ure, and for gineral household purjaises I-, the iir) bes SOAR , BLACK'S OPERA HOUSE -.. . . u n,... "Tuesday Evening, May 24th. Anpeannceof thecelebrite.1 prion donna. Mil SELIKA 1 rum lVrUn (rnn-.n nnl herUmous Ctii..ut in mie GRAND CONCERT, VOCAL AMI INSTKU-IIENrAL, Kor the lUiulit of the North Strt A M. K Ctitircli. Ailmtvsum. ,V, .caii(l.r.V- Tickets for sale b member-tf tliechurch and at U. 11. I'u rce A. Co 's IWk Store. BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. c. B. CONVERSE, URXTAL rilLOKS. Rooms 5 A 6. Mitchell Block T.' .WIS, DIITIST. S E Cor Main and Market Sta. w. ii. SMITH, IIKVtsor ACHIKOTIITB CArriD VtlTH.ICrrAIK. Maionlc Building JOB PRINTERS. Hs. I.IM HOCKKK. v, and 57 Arcade. Print er. Engraver and Fashionable btatloner Wedding good! and calling cards a specialty. UNDERTAKER. W. A. (lltUS H CO . UMJKKTAKEBS. . Offlee and Wurernnm. iR W. Main It. Residence 192 W Iiliinat. BOOK BINDERS. JOHNSON IHIIOK, LESSEKSOrTHK K L. RARRSTT k 80HB BOOI BINniST, 170 West Columbia, street. General Book Binders and Illank Book Mann tacturer. OLD RELIABLE -?ib:3 J. D. SMITH CO. GLOHK XUIIrIJG, Corner Weil Illicit St. and Walnut Alley ! AND STATIONERS. UUtnk Honk Work mill Legal illauks i Speclulti. J. J. McCARTY, TAILOR! 51 SOU 111 UMEMO.NE ST.,; (llookHnllrr lllock). Presents a splendid line or Suit-1 ings tor (ioiitlenien's ! Sprini; Wear. ' SUITS and OVERCOATS MADE TO ORDER. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Dr. Frank C. Runyan, DENTIST. WRoomi In BucklDKham's BuildlnK.OTer JBt -Murphi Bro.'i Stored SpMlalaUentlou Klren to the preierTlngof natural tefclh. 11; PRINTERS BINDERS 5JACOBS OH FOR POULTRY AND SWINE Mr J M Mrfaun liridgeixtrt it tin f i-t tttl,.cntrthert u- ft Ja ( I loi t hit kt.n i tioltrn sh br a! I I "httirrit, il with M Jhi t Oil wh I -f 1 inn the threat f th f w h tin i hitlf an h iir it wa w.l n t n. 1 m ilti ! ush ht mvs an I t It tMik i hit fcMi- anfl other jw ultn - Hi r i k in t li- hithertu itvtirHMt li n h iNfttan ahlfti miilli h ill te r -t r I I ) iUh t ht-Hlth Htl tftlit--Htiimtui t art I n-l Ionn ttu thnut if tin tl it !Ui.tt't kkhIIom he ttlll fl.Mp th II W 1,1 an 1 1 mw in )tiir fat-v I hl ken ( linlera. Tirrellaule ChsmiAlim i Ol i I reeivtl Hlyiitt ten U a nve wr flue 1'oliKh ihuktns tew .Id) a .. 1 ii tiesl that two of them hail stiutlum hk. tin roup and their throat snir I l I. ntarl -to)i.l tt an.l mail, wheelti H.iui.l at eai h respiration One of Ihrln wa not able to walk or even stall t on li lt I 1 Oiok a small piece of brea.l sav alioiit half an mi li square an I saliiml.il it w ittl st Jacob. Oil an 1 fcil it to them ont-e in the morning anl airaln in tbei nms flte next morning when I wtntout to look at them 1 could not tell whi h 'f th.. five ehiikens ha 1 bem i( k ii vs i row HI,' M Hog f iiolera. th. rrv amp Mest a st tacot Oil 1. tht la-st remetly known t me for Hog l holera It mav w given tli. in In milk ay a teasjiottuuil to ea.h autmal twite a .la 1 think that anyone trying it w ill nnd it benefit ial 1 II ROBINsON Clilrkeu (linlera. Iter T s Brooke r.ator Central Presb t run (.hureh nark.blire W a sav I saturated a piece of brea.l sire f my thumb with st Jacobs Oil and lorceil it l.wn the throat OilckLtis w.reiuthe li-tslag. I mixed it with meal andgav.. them notion. ile They ate In a week lime all were well st JacoM OH I an air ut cure f r all Lxlt taini for win. h t rual reiiie.lv Jiiav b. aptllel H is ..lo it) I)rinrKils an I IVal.rs tbntiikhout the v.or!d I'rn e fiftv oeuus nr tiollle The Charlrt A te eler Co . Baltimore. Md. FLEECE FLOTJB At tho Following: Prices: AM. UEll.Klis UETtll. One Barrel, - $5.40. 1-4 Sack, 59 lbs., 1.35. 1-8 Sack, 24 1-2 lbs. .70. BUY ONLY IHE BEST! GOLDEN FLEECE Ir. A-lwilVrs 111.' l$"st. The Cost of having your Cur tains done up by laundry, will buy one of b o aanjirN-q-:e k ' s tlMPROX'ED . I Lace Curtain Stretchers I ut o rouMMa mMt, "Will &e vou fonev. Time and Labor. FMKT IIOtKKEEPKR SlIOtLD IIK Om; ny IiJy cad operate thrnu For Sale Cy a. c. in i co. J. LEUTY'S Palace Meat Market Handsomest and best equipped Ually Meat Market In the Mate Best Beet. .Muttu. teal Lamb ind Mlt eits to be hit HUftthere Custutnoiice trained ilnavs rttalued S AMI 10 MILTIl MAKKET ST. N. E. C. WHITNEY, Solicitor of American and Foreign PATENTS AS COUNSELLOR IX ALL TATtST MlTTIlS. Room 5 Arcade Building, SIMtlNGFlKLD, O. Hraurh Axe.rle-: Washington. D.C.: Lon don. Knit.; Paris, France. PAUL A. STALEY, attorney and Expert 15 PATENT CASES, SOLICITOR OF PATENTS. Room 8 Arcaih Uu Utilise: - lcsSaaaaBHliaHllaaVS GULDEN 5 . rt i i .'i t-iii i i i i . y i r-iM II I r . - . t J H I sr& BRUCE, H AUK & CO. SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE CLOTHING For the least amount of money. We, in asking for the fupport of the public, appeal to the good sense of the people, asking them to inspectthoroughly before pur chasing. This is the only satisfactory way to all. Satisfactory to us because it will be found that all our assertions are fully borne out; satisfactory to those who come and examine, for then they will be able to see for themselves that we are far aheid of all competition in goods and prices. PREPARE YOUR SELVES FOR SURPRISES! WE HAVE THEM! BRUCE, HAUK & CO. POPULAR CLOTHIERS. It is a satisfaction in buying any article which is intended for actual use and service to know what you are getting. This valua ble information can always be obtained when buying Boots and Shoes from Geo. C. Hance & Co., No. 14 West Main street, who depend en tirely on the intrinsic merit of their goods to please their customers. They make no mis representations about their goods and will tell you just what you are getting. Geo.C.Hance&Co. IVo. 1-1 AV-.l ZVTniii J. 1. S.VVe hoiiM rpieelfull.r (JENTIXK I1AM)-SE..E1 T.'RX for &5.00. ! ANDREWS W 42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK, Have to say that they are always ready to supply the trade with everything in the line of Housekeeping, Parlor and CHAMBER FURNITURE! KITUIEN AM) DINING KOOM OUTFITS, Stoves and Ranges, Dishes, both earthen and tin, Velvet, Body Brussels, Ingrain. Rag Carpets; also, Baby Cabs, Refrigerators ; in fact, everything that can be for use or comfort. 10 per cent, saved by buying of us in money and time. Please examine our s ock and be convinced. JDOlSrT BTJTir 1TOXJPI FURNITURE 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. J. B. FELLOWES & SON, CHANT TA lOIIu SPLENDID STOCK OF NEW SPRING GOODS JTJST ZFtEOErVEJD. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Latest Fashion Plates on Exhibition. 14 EAST MAIN ST. WHELDON & MERRILL WHOLESALE AMI RETAIL HEALERS IX .TjVCKSON V SPECIALTY. BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG Stove and Kindling Wood. Agents for Hnnl Coal Co. anil Franklin Coal Co., of Jackson, 0. Office and Yards: Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets, Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254. I IT invite the I.ailies to inspect our SHOES which we are sellini: E& PUTNAM IV : 'fhi IE.- Wfss iS8 i.- mm Kr" IS k - - it..- I c I- V arojiaiiaWia.il -ni i n ,r&& btwtiwfALi'j'-e'..'aMi,-UfLm' ".'J''g"' '.'V jacsaufT! iTs-Tr-sTr7ri'--j,3fr-?;;;.; ySS?5s?'&g'ggA!! """ ' M --'; . ,. KmgmBBmSKttS