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MA3MSAMM cm.bji umimaMUM REPTBLTC. Till TMUS' EVEXJjN'G, L V :(, 1887. BOOTS, SHOES AND SUPPERS RETAILEO AT WHOLESALE PRICES ! VjA SAVING OF 10 TO 15 PER CENT. ON EVERY PAIR, AT THE ARCADE SHOE STORE. A3 1 'M If-:- KIRKS WHITE Yl .Xfc.VtaE.k .WKVt i.j''Wa nussiAn Tlie. onlj branl of Launilrj Soap awanle.1 a lir-t class initial at tlui New Oilcans Epsitkm, Guaran teed alisolutcl pure, mwl for general IKHbvwilil lun- "lu '-r wa Springfield gtcpublU VKMM AMI WEEKLY. Thf U Tl BLIP prUt. Ihf " Tork il Ww- j lra Avwrl.tf J lrr. Pltpltchf J le Blf r Cblr (lor. lj)Tlf cranio. tl. M. MCHOl. hkCT AMiTKIiB. SPBIHEFIELD PUBLISHING COMPAIY. Publithers and Proprietors. THK KVKXISO UKl'l'liLlc Is pnbllslipil PTcrTeTeulBiteiwpt unaay. ana u at-uv 't? lr """ 0I " per Wfek- "'- nn'i.r-i -.l. . THK WEKKI.Y KITUULIC published rverr Thursday, and 1 oneof tbe mosicom- i.lr. f&mllT nn .TinrMTl fn the countrr eicht piwt-s. market complete. Replete with uewa and miscellany, tl per icar. InTariablj cash In adt ance. All communications amt cnntrlbutioni should be aadresseu in Ciiit..s M ichoij. esiuor. ana all business letters to Th.ib.s 1 Bkii.. manager. UEI'l'BUC Ul'lLDlXG, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. Telephone o. 3,10. THliRSDAT EVENING. MT 26. 1887. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. l'mtiatc. Indue. J.ill t. MILLKK. udltnr. O F. --Kr. ss. Clerk. J-.ME ii Ktiiiiirrs Keconler. S. l.TlI Commissioner. w.ii.-TUKiiirrr. Innrmao Director. JOHN M. srmtAKT. Coroner. j..m inLVMrrr. I'.epresentatite. i!EiK..EC. HAHLIN- LUR HIGH WATER MARK: Circulation March 2! Circulation pril 2 Circulation April :! 4 ,1.M ...HO lo,.-..,o All intelligent and progressiv e )oung men should join the republicans. We are to have an old-fashioned republi can ictor) in Clark count) in November. Sir. E 51. Csinpliell makes a mislity goo.1 secretar) of a nouiiiiatin; convention ev er)" time. slit) thousand Sunda) school children marched through the stree ts of Hrooklyn. Wednesday. 5U) i'.. Hey. Dr. II. C. IIa)den reinirtetl concern ing foreign missions to the Presb)teriaiis at Omaha. Wednesda. His statements showed that w bile the appropriation had len but $715,000. the receipts had lieen S7S.1.000. There were thirt) -four missions in seventeen different countries, v ith .VH Atnerican and -isa native missionaries, ith other assistants, swelling the number of dexndeuts to l..00. Neit )earthe nione) askeil for would t SI.0O0.000. Oratory is not a lost art in this county. Frank Goode is a most graceful sj-aktr, and he puts his utterances into cri-p and com pact form. Oscar T. 51artm is keen, logi eil. effective and eloquent- Walter - Weav er is deliberate and strong. liarr) I'thhitt striL.s nirht for the hearts of tlie SOAR ... ...i ....... ....... .i ....isst'"" boundant ,..,..0 ...... -.s . ....... ""i Judge Sillier is classical, tumultuous and ov erw helming' Moreover. Chase "Stewart i- "no slouch." As to IM. Wallace, ever) lixl) knows that he is a good and great talk. r. 1 he anti-saloon republican) had a mis't iug bi the C.xm,t union, We.lne.sda). JuJge Noah Davis presided, and read this utterance from ex-Governor Charles Foster, of Ohio: I have not Identified m)self with our organiratioii, though s) mpathuing in the main with ) our expressed purixis.-.s tor the reason that 1 am a republican, without an) lualihcation of tlie term whatever. That the saloon Is the most demoraluing agency" that is inllicted upon our people, that it is the curse of curses, is so palpable as to be universally admitted. That the republican pan) lliusi necessamj m-ior insiiuiiieilt I.) and through which the movement must be made to restrain tlui enonnoiis ev ii to Its iiiiniiniim of harm, or, II ssible, its imal extinction, is the philosophy of the situa tion. That the part) should prompt!) take this font anl step will as certainl) be the promotion of its. growth and (Miner as right doing is alvva)s promotive of the growth and (iwer of those vWio thus act. The following is from the Canton 1U-j.u-ion. f Wednesday Oil a Ft. Wa)ne railroad tram from the -west a Urinxit'iry fjmiter last evening luet General.!. Warren Keifer, Sptingfield, )., ex-sjieaker of congriss, vtho dellvere.1 the oration at the recent unveiling of the Garlield statue at Washington, and also made the decoration da) address in Canton last ) ear. The general was bound for Can ton, and on learning of tins fact the re liorter politely but (.oiutedly asked: "What is our mission m Canton, general"" 1 am representing an insurance coui jianv w hleh is contesting the pa)inent of a life (Kihc) to tin representatives of the late James Aiiimerman, of Alhan.f." -What is new lit politics, .eneral ' 'Nothing o' Miecial importance. 1 su Ihwjiiu folks heie are all for bhernian, as vte In souuieni tnio are- Well, not exact!)," replied tlie reporter. The feeling among republicans in this, JIcKiuIe)'s district and the Garfield dis trict, is divided between Blaine and Sher man, and while Sherman has a strong fol lowing, still Blaine has a lead over him in tliis section of the state." Southern Ohio is solid for Sherman." said the General, "as a candidate for 111 U IN llll Ml IM I 1 7 IMI 71lv Til hi T tar 11N f7 eathc: rum of republican-. 1-jHiit ami piiriisetu that .-.uni'iitiou tthwh .m.1.I1 mil..- ttiotam in M.u.1, .in.) ll.-U-a-..i J..U..I! it,, .. ,s.v..n,i it,,,- ..lie sun ami lliiifil.iiiBlit.Ts Mr NimisIc) Itoiutitntctt DlHrt ." K.'llj fur the. hicf was ..n,. . it the wealthiest tanners in M.nli-,.,.,...-,.., ..r ii... ..it siwn iii tin sou t.miisliM. John Walk.'! ttasl.ttiiu; same plan, in tills ell, Weiim-siUt, Mat , ... .,. ... ........ 1.1. ...... .u.mi.iit ... i ' J.HU ffll was a it-.ituii. .in ...it......".. . ... r ... . ........ 1... all resorts worth of tlu ii.uk Its principles an.l methods were republican. ..... .1 .. ,.,, ,i..,....n- """ ' - stralioii of tin- lHs.pl.. an.l its choice of candidates was made wiinoni in. smr.i or suspicion of oirrupt nitliienif. 'lh ieri atmosphere of the wu-..in was. on tin, ,fa.,on. fata. o Umi, an.l Nk.Uc- ism The iiieth.nls ami priHi-sM-s of iionu- ! nation nrn clean ami the camlulates are 1 . . . isK)tless. The resolutions are luief an.l to ' .1 1 .....,.., l--..r,L..r I... Ul.1. I ' .,.,' i ture an.l "senator -sherman are all lieartil appnnetl an.l Senitor rrlncle is to tie prt . , . .1 i-i.,1 -j sentetl to the ToIe.lt. contention as ( lark s cau.ll.late for the tulice of lieutenant cot le men now in coinitj otluf-. who hate llij faithful ami ert.cient sertice eanieit r.- ! nominations were ienoiuinat.sl. er ii ........... tin. Ln.4.il.ik. hiiitur tuuiii 11 It'll! IMtlllliniHHW, --- in' iiniii.fc - i (. -. . .. ..... . ......-.-.-. v... .--j - --- ill .... ;ri, ..,! ..,.,. kn.f s.,Mt.'rel thai he will W unalilu to In chronic diseases i cin.-s should W nude m their N-liiill Hifsp ti.miln ilimr n f(if Wm A narrl-1 restoring and not .1. bilitatnu: in their a -peeenes were the eiijo able feature of the ' .enna's champioii checker-.iaer. was in I tlon. 'I In ttomlertitl stieiietlieiiiiii: and . r ti... W., ilH.iiiiinri.nrmt town list w.vk He was ten ninth el Ited I nnitlte etfe. ts. te.ili.il tiom the use ot hour. 1 he were in in. main .itircui. ... . .. f i v.... v sirsi..riili sntiin tlie remit.iit.iii . at IxMtmir our .hampiou two irames out of ir srirsapniia. suiain in. r. pui.tiiou welU'elintsl. lnv from Kiish and ulitteritie tir,,.. fornctliiu; a s.rt time atfo when lie 't this icmcl as tlie most i.pnlar lilmt.1 ceneialltis and solid witli strolls ixuuts iy.Iutswliicliliroi.il etV.vtiteand intlueii till. .tmns lvumts- in the circumstances, the renoniinition I '."eiu' '- i of .ludsc .Miller and Mr serTiss wase- .,. ... ,i, n,... .c"""- ' ' - . J il4li i,,, ... .irtii... i,,r vhiip tlm rkii.l I he """ " miHMtltin to them hail Irvn 4rkl up t the friends of other candidates with great industry and Miror. Tlifse friends were numerous and powerful. Major Fletcher White made a terj elalmrate anassfor Jiitlct Miller's place and worked his Imom for all there was in it, and it cannot be s.ml that lie did not do his !est. Hut nobod bfliettil that Judo Miller was not his eipial. in brain or Iced km.wle.lce and ability, and all conceded that a man in a position m tlie discharge of th duties of winch such imirtant interests were in wilted. wasa!Itheiuoreconietentfor a few earsof eviiericnee. It was thecontitliou of tlie contention that the sen ices of .1 mice Miller, for another t. Tin. -.t ere ind!seiisib!e. and. then, the Jiuli;e"s resiHinse to the con tention"., call tor a sHfch xindiCJted the wisilom of the contention in re-nouiiuatiui: hlui.as a piece of part polc,for the judce can tir the public heart m behalf of n-pub- Iic:iii principles and measiiu-s a no other man (.-in. Indetsi. Judge Miller is a moral hero a man of principle and eh iracter and is entitled, to the ver) best position m the gilt of the ifople of his count Auditor Serviss, as a candidate for re noiuinatiou. had several ter) strong com- petitors eompi'titors who had worke.1 up i their interests well and who had ver) strong j friends but it was shown bv Mr. F 0 i Goode and Mr. Walter s. Weaver, in their steeclies in nominating and seconding the nomination, that Mr. senis was, in luian i jrial and lmuiagingabilit). in the trout rank ot the county auditors of Ohio tint he was president of the state association of auditors that he had put hundreds of thou sands of dollars' worth of proper! ui.u the tax duplicate that had never lieen taed bifoie, and that, m the re-appraieiiient of the real estate of the count), a mm of Mr ServissV mental iualities and eir. ence was an absolute neeessit.rrhi Convention saw the lM.iut and fiioiuinatedyPI r. erv iss on the lirM tull.it. 5Ir. Ulcus, Mr. K T. Thomas's lieutenant, moving that the nomination b nude unan imous. Jir. Serviss, who is a mm of ipnet niinnersand unpretentious tearing, made ai effective little sjieegli which in iLself slotted that the great honor reconferred u.Hin him vtas well deserved. Mr. J. Ilarr) ItabbUtshadalittleovatioii. He was nominated ou the lirst ballot and uiaile a rattling speech in resiMiise to a call Itvvastrul) stated in behalf of "liarr)" that he was the lest clerk Clark count) had ever had, and it is certain tint no b. t ter republican or better fellow lues within of the CUUUI' , , i i-TT. ... ...........i , Jll. o. t. ii.i.i ii.ui mr uisi.aii.i.hi ... liatingaiievvsparmin Mr. W. II. Kowe. of the Ninth Charleston niliml, and a good man- against him. but he went through whooping on the ttrst billot, shotting his liersoiiil pnpularitt and strength. Commissioner W. II. .Merritt, a good, strong man. was renominated b) art lama ti'JU, as he should hatebtf n.aiid .Mr.Joliu M. Slew art, of "springlield township, a most e ce'lent and worth) man from the countr). wasnoinmated for the office of iii'irmar) di rectorjMr. .lames 51 Iteimelt had no oiipsi siiion as candidate for the ollue of coroner! terjl i he beinga man of iiiuiuestinmil charact and capaqt) Ijst but not least came the renoiuina- turn, b) acclamation, of our represeiitatue in the legislature, lion. George C. I'awluis. s I if a man who has conspicuous!) slmttn his courage and eapacit) during the past two j sessions. He is a strong an. I true man and J asturd) and energetic repu')luan, and lion x ors, in the legislature, the count) which he represents. All of the candidates named now reside in tlie tit) but 5Ir. "Merrctt and 5!r. Mew art, but .Mr. Servi, Mr. T'.sld and .Mr I llennett are all from the countr), while Judge Sillier and Clerk llabbitts are the! onl) real city men. The ticket is dean. , , . . . . , ., ... i..rk. was cured nv itasKine ol extreme mala complete and impregnable. It is lvitlioutieial prostration alter seren years suffering , s sn.it or a rliw 'l'liose r.nolnI7rI?rTl'TTl",' ''ad run down Irom IT. pounds to 'jT. began a spot or a naw. i noser, nniniua.eii nail ' lu Kasklne in June, liv,. went to noiklnnne esn.eil the lionor lit bird lamest e.l ' '"onth regalue.1 his full weight In six molitlis. ' eameii the Honor o.t nara. tanitst, MM)U yuin)I1, ,n,i i,t, ,, c ,od whateter fcflicient work as ofhcials and republicans. Mr i.idei.n Thompson, the l.l. stand one of the most respected citizens of llridgep.irt. the battle of November is ahead) Conn says '( am nlr.et years of age. and for the last thne years hate suffered from ma more than half fought and won: and the i laria and the effects of iulnlne poisoning 1 ,. .,. , ., . . .. , . ,, receiitl becin lth Kasklne, which broke up ' result will be that Clark s republican ma- ,ne mii.,ri., and Increas.d my tteicht k jnt, fiKiires. this fall, will reach thp .ilil.il.iii. uie 11111 ume - John Sherman, General Keifer ami Cen- eral llushnell wereatiplaudeil at the wlir- ,. ... . , wain contention, Wednesday. ... , , ..... , ,, e are elaii to that the republican ! parti lu this count! is receiving accessions. SOUTH CHARLESTON!. s"1 " .iimiikiiiv, Max . is.'iiia iinin tt.Kisiet tt-is iinrie.1 .wiiiia. ins dciih uas aussl In mikit of the sti i.h olf tin ir.ls of tin rheum al 111. . ticinc afliT ilie Minimi: of the Mi'I arliiul siaiiic. win n l .1... . . ..... ..... ...... .... .InL ...i. .Ii.li.t ...ltd.. iiir -. ie i..i.. .., -...... ........ ..,,,, .. i ii I..-.....!..!1!'! " . Jl. mhkmiii; nun mi ... ... was ,,., ,., nouslt hurl, hut . w all rii:ht now Mps, Catherine .i Hall, of lMIt Vanlfii. i sTiousl siLk Mrs Tnilt. M.t,.r t lleniamin Woos,,. ,,ed this moitum; Mi. was stricken tilth .u.u.wM-.nirn.-. ii... ,,.....,...... r.incakc is still alii.. , lltll lie.llll IS lOOMSl lor M am nine n .i. i.aiusr s limlM. ,..uu,,, lire a feu .lajsain.m the ."m "" Wl I1Hlf The same .In he l(st a nine ialne.1 at so,i Lew lleilrick. ot a-liille. T.'iin.. has Us'ii isitimr his parent Here j(,r,ilp ,iv.t wts-k Mr. m MiCiIIuiii Of I'll llllllms. stOlllHli t.l s. Ill-, mOlll.T - lean-for ashillr. Tenn., with Mr i iBinfii(ll M.-ssrs htl.l-.lw.ir.ls. j r an.l jr.. Inith arriicl home from Kansas ' l'it, "satunlax niulit Mrs. (io.nrr (khnI. , o i yu - at Mr. t II. W ent s, not eptvt.il to lite, Mr S It Kmkius is home from tin wi-st, full of s'Hvnlation. - " CATAWBA. I'trtutn M S Wliileriuiiiincin Jt . t.'tiiit.T it.rt HjulIs. fIJ iiiiiiriTiir In ' lianlh .i.t a smell Win.O K.teihart his I li.nl the stock vales at the stiti.m aitjusi.st b an inspet tor. Tlie r.re all npht now. There will leauu.l.i h.iol entt r- I taiinneut net "siinda at 2 o'clot k p in , , at l'ieasant Chanel KtenlHlt Is inuted U, h Neer. wile an.l son arritod here Kri i .1 it eteniiiL- on a visit fiom ... ... 1 rienn s.i.umt looks as natural as life ti .,... .. r . .... wiukihc uu ami ti"ii mii mmi paui '.. i u i tW mai efrjiKMi win l Ulinui (Hi-iu.tiMMi -m-i iff iiri .ui'imii. .Iinlce.Iohn 0 IilIr will make an address, and .pute likel llet Ir. Kiist. of Sprnn; lit Id, O . will mike the other. Until are excellent speakers C Huberts, our butcher, t (sits us twice a w.rk now, Tues das.ind s.iliirdasalH.ut s a. in The Ohio Karmers insurance couipaii paid for Win. Tanlman's Mare, killist h Inrlitnini; list lt!fk I MEDWAY. , Mn.w t. JIa iii We are hating an abiimlanie of lain at present Coni is all 1 ! planted and doing will. Wheat looks tor promising, (.rassis looking well I lie Mass .M.vtiiig was a success. The follow mg nannsl soholirsof our school receued diplomas, entitling them to admission into high school Dais Dark. I i?ie llaniisli. hiuma Kessler. Itennie Now.iuucr, lteninei Kussell. Our sell. . I closes on net 1'rid.i Mr. llershe ha.s d.i'id.il togiteliis scholars and th.ir friends a picnic on the ' last da trif at the side of the Jl. 1- (.liurch was struck b ligliteningon last i Sumia eteiilng. shortl after religious services had ilosed .Mr. Abe Shaffer is ver sick Jolinnle Newcomer is getting lietter Will Peoples bought a ver line sum from Theodore KatirTuian. agent for The Kati'Tmau Carriage Works" at Miamisburg. ( lino The following mined Inrsous were elected as delegates to the count contention at Jspnngheld on Ma . Z F. K. Carr. David llaniisli. bamuel ' f'onkling and Frank K. McKinnev. The I following were electeil as alternates llenrv Iiarnish, Wise. Christ KUIhefer and II llulnr. IT IS WONDERFUL hotr easily rheumatism lfgins, and how insidiously it grows in the system, unti one is startled to find himself its victin in eillur the acute or chronic form II then learns the fearful tenacity of il grip and the utter pott erlessiiess of tin ordinarv remedies to give relit f Pmtiablt to no disease have plitsiclan given more stu ltt and none has mor. complete!) batiled their ellorts to providt a sKt4hc, and until Athlophoros as di covereii there was no, medicine wliuh wo'ild surely aire rheumatism, neuralgia and ncrtousor sick hcailache. Thousands jf testimonials like the following prove lietoml question that Athlophoros is the only reliable rcm.slr, and that it will do all that is claimed for it Mr Josiah White, of New Tan., Ohio, said to ourcorresiHindentin rifertnce toln being cure.) of rheumatism liytheiiscof Ath lophorm: It acted likeacharm with meaml I Itel that I owe my present good health to theone bottle of thlophnros I used It was about two years ago I had the rheumatism, I could scarcely get around and when 1 did manage to do o it was with great piin I sptnt over thirty dollars during tlm ' attack with doctors not counting what I i"ent for liniments and other medicines, hut none of them did me a parti' leof good t last I heard of Athlophoros; it was on Wednesday I commenced using it and con Iinu.sl taking regulirly until I tini-lnsl the ttle On l'ridav I went out free fe.un rheumatism My fegs were as gooil as eier and from tint div to this, now nearlt itn pears since, I have not had a twinge oi rheumatism 1 have recommended it to mmvdi'lerent sufferers and Imelieen well ' ml for mi trouble bv seeing them bene- ' iitisl as was ' Kverv druggist should keep Vthlophoro- I and Vlhloihoros Pills, but where ihet i in not be houjiil ot the dniggi-t the vtlik. phone, u, 11 allt ett ork, li send eillu r carriage paid ii reetipt .-I re-,-iilar pn.-e, wliuh isjldi ptr U.nle . .r lhIoihnros .mil di. lor Pili- I- r ll-1 r ami 1.1.1m .lis, as tlj.,ps l hi il-i-.ti a tvm.ness n. rt Ml. .1. I.ihl .lisia-e. jf .o'neu .usUm!i...i lien.lacn. in. ,ir blood, a.c Atlilophonis 1 .ILs ure uutsjualisl THE XK.V (riXIXK. EI.ES EDOD APPETITE, NEW STRENGTH QUIET NERVES. HAPPY DAYS, SWEET SLEEP. A rONKKrTL T0MC 'a ' S7' n vi " '"' stomach will bear.THFH p HUBBARD CO, JjJic.ous Ad- V M'LClHi' K0I1 MAL.VKIA. vertising Aaents& Experts, New Haven, Ct. KIIKL'.M VTlNM, XKUHU'S rUOSTUA- I T10X auil all (Jerm lliseases. THK MOsr . IKVTIFH A.V1) 6 CCKSs ( - lLIII.00IiriKIrIl.il SiiDftinrlniililnl.,. Mr ( A Miller. i.n Last IjTHi street. ew pounds Kme canbetiken without an special medical adtlce SI per bottle. ent by tuall on repel nt t nrice .uJiiUTi-einar thehumanbodv.siiottincthestoniach.Ueart. Luiiks, Liter, spleen. Kidneys and the other ornans and parts in Health and in Disease llj an inspection the atnicted can see the nature and location of their troubles and learn hott Kaskine relieves and cures them. KASKINE CO ,M Warren St ,Xe Vork. j Tlie I'litiut-.l l.lrl in si,. kHI.t.M. .. Was -siis.iuii.iii I I" "s. ii' ' Hut tin tulle -l In mlt -In t t- in i.l. Ii) ( hiuiilm - 1 .iinl I'. ii It is tnM of Hi 1 hum is, mm s, t u.i I l.isliop of K iiisas. tt ho w.i iriioni ii i all ami allci Ills crailiiitiim - ulu MiIijit that suilili'lll lie Ai' iii 'i Imn ' He Kiiui' sk.il thf n-asoii tor hi ..i I llllll hi- -alii 1 lomiil th it I t m I, nun h int.i.'st in tin1 iriim lh.it lit ii I w.i it iroiisiil m in.' t. Iim;s that I cotilil not i'oiim i. ntioiisli otitfrtHiii i Im'I was nullum.' left tor nio to tlo lint ( .ii up Cllss " tr.lle tilth nnv Throat or . HlV, "EC" Ifsouhato Couch or Cold, or the children fro . " ... ..I.,., irll..,..n.-r.,M,1, i-i,.i. i,.w n...l r. i.t luirni. i.v. ....... ....... . . ..... ...., - (..., b u ,g a - ! - Pt.- It. 1'nco 10 and Krank 11 Coblenti. corner Mark, t ami , Hini, streets Forluue kn.K ks once at oteit linn -hiililniL' tliroiiL,-:, "IIHII 11.11 sin- .1. 11 . lvr saliHin- lie out. for linn if the mm Inppeiis to i vjmi.oH's, VITI.I.KU is what mhi . (,.r .onsuiiii.tion I.ss of Vnnt'titf I7t.V .! all "i ni.t.,,-. ..r IV,l L,a- t .. . 10 ... -., ,.,,..., ..r iHlt.,.. Kor -lie I (J ). a. CirwotKl. . T iie ciltoumil ot tlti la nlopteii an onllmnie against sePnm iceue.imiakes.in the stre. t. on the ground lli.it each t .ike h t a c.iscof oli in it piirmer "ou lator the stud of the dead Ian planes, then, 1'iolessor V..,-vlue' 'in deed. 1 do: I Insist iim it " ' And win prat liivause we aie uoim; to Ih dead some.lat. ami it is best that we should in I -.. I.. .A..... ......... I. ...... . ..,....,., I ipiil inr i.ii.i.t. im- i...,- ... ...i.r...i ,'.j...i- illllllt .s ,. ,, . . , . "UUKMM i a i-V-iini; nun vnicni i Hrfunu I'nce una WCtrntN ror Mle r r. .. iarMNHl "Tb Grvatit Care on Earth for rain wi "RlieremoreQaicklrtlunanTothrr Ltinwntvni reliere more quick It tlian anr othtpr known f r!Kt ru-r ubtrumaium. N-iraJirU. Swrllitiaj-s, stttf Sc, BniiMa uuriis. rnuiu. Lm. iJiruiia. po, llrtirt-tv. "re, trol Lit-, ILarkach-. Cuinsr bor Thmat. Iwlatirv nadn, HaJacfce Tuotluu he. -,iraJii3i, fto linen Srta. a. boitis nM hj !l tdniinrKs. Caution. Tli tnn njrfcft' mn .vumlion til t-ar our faxrlmil rlpnirnm. A. O. jir JC U., bole ITcpntrton, Ia-Uiuorf, 21tL. l i. a. 11 r Hull's t'ourli Kirnp ntll ni rousb al once, l rice only i I. m -ittil m Wmfi AKE STILL TKIL'itrilAM'! Forlineenyearsthertiavestea.Iilygilned In , favor, and with sales constantly Increasing UKte uti nine iiir iiu.sb iuiuiai tinsel iuruui.ll out the I'nlteil states I TheiJiiuiUty is warranted to wear twlceas longas ordinary corsets We lute litelym troduced the .! and R-ll grtdeswlthextralorg waist, and we can f urnl.h then w hen preferred Highest awards from all the world's great fairs The last medal receite.1 n for first rte itreeol merit from the lateep.,sitionheldat I New Orleans V. nile ..ores of intents hate tieen found woithless, thepriiinples ol th" itlote Fitting have proved invaluatile ! Retailers are authorized to refund money, if. , upon examination, thee corsets do not prote ' as represented Porsalceverywhere Catalogugefreeon ap plication THOM'sOX, LAXillOX A. CO., X. V. FIR STEEP OR FLAT ROOFS CAN 11C PUT O.N III ANY I-KKSOV. TUOL'tiASUS OP 1IOLLS SOLI) ANUALLV FOK UUHJllNGS OF I: VEIIV I)IJCltirTl()x UhJIU IX)R M-W C1RTI'L.U CONTVIMSO PItlCL UsT AND KU-hllLXOtS ACENTS WANTED. M. EHRET, JR. & CO. SOLE MAMTFACTUBtRS. 423 Walnut Street. PHILADELPHIA. A POSITIVE oIwtlDile caK in four iUi n ' r ithrtnt Mi 1 if R.Leiit 1 h-t p t. l"n 1)11 j will ins tue iuji-t r is! Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. Nn p! ktnirbsT ivnultet. an fnia 1 iw of rut)-, (n ul I or if r u Uiw -fki win u ar iv rial n t- 1 nulii." ifj-- n n.t. .r mailA.1 on CURE. refill m nr i ir i nitr , aruini-tirH m-ii 1 l r r in si .!.'. A LI.A.N (0. I' O lii UBorojJ .liu .t. N i mxm IS ON FILE at the office of ' onT . ho n qu .t. cur . iont iu'tu s n Hie. uri iio'"c- . Snd. p.ooij ihowo od es man. of l:r;;T"i w , r ' m"S- ssst'Sasmmm B5ES3SreKI Apn-atlrapnivemtntortrtheoW style. IreTnta 'ipiintf from 1W 1 of tlie iwiL MaJ. ift-T-t luaiitv ToulM-tl lrvfuHjr tVlriJ.rr.Hi T M bt Hani art l-valera Jiifd nntw it- liEM-tii t any addrt-IsH!JMiHj.,n .ii re fit t c f t H Midi irnjy v ii!kAi, Y THE NEW DEPARTURE DRUMS emiaeauu pairni ootiu'tt aciiDK ruu ana roiaiOR knee rest Lvnt, " ot uUtfci Kaliataotlal and tiandome tf i eu inino ien nanus ana Ore heat rts, UncqaaleJ (ur tone, urpafl all oiLera Id finUh acd appearance. If neareit Mailc dealer doc not keep tbcra, write to U4 for Illuatraied Catalogue. LYON HEALY, Chlcaro, III. 4F tf lsfmrwtr s. 2 i. n -n S.X.-SX- s-i J. l-s-s-VsrOWsr-a Vt." " I 1HI Mm -- rrvf .j-rrtt-r-s-- -: -.- , r- -v-sajftts- i" PyvSbf ijLt jJ 1 pjp " TWm WOMEN rr)1nc rfnrMl Itfnclli. or h mnlfrr fVoM l0rmttlr prTulUr t Ikrlr iri, ah Id try I BR5 ipr blTTEK THE TONIC. Thi meJin comlmi I run with iur ti-rtM t-nmra. nJ in itTluM lor rh-teaw-i peculiar !a oitirn nil llwbu lti i-Vtitr7 htm ll rn rlrbri Ritl I'urtfiet th IIIimmI, llinulutr th iM tile, Mrt nuthru ttw .11u-clei d-1 trt mfict tJirrtKirhli Int ijmrntrt-u t'lfw thncinii;)liiiu DiimLttbe kin mrt-h It J - wA Mckn tle ttb anno hJcli. ur fTiiJacw c-'OHtllMitbn (' uikrr trutt mtetttetmf tto Ml tLIIALKTII IUlRI " Ftrwell At Mi1U k Wt riro nnVr1atif lKo rfli IkM I bi until Hruwn's I run Hiltnt.nd it bMin tnon than a Uoclrto me banne cured Die of t lx eknw ladies hire in li( Minn cured iue.1 1 1 er Cowijlaiot and now mycomilexi run clear and KiHd Uii alwi teu Iennciai to toy children Mrs ICl - BRaono hart jWkpurt.N V M)- " I hie nirtere1 unt4J misery inn (eoiaM IJ. mplaintu, and ciul 1 .4 tain rt-liel (ruoi Dotting Bicept Br-im'B Iron Hitter " Genuine ba-talMive Trade Mark and cmwedreil linoC on wrapper TiiUr no ol ber- Mad onlj Lj anowN iiiLiiK i. tu..nvLiiutn:uiiu BUSINESS DIRECTORY - - DENTISTS. c. U. UONVKKMIC, DKhT.L riSLCKS. Kooms 5 Jk ft. Mitchell Block. T. A.l.tM IH, P1STI9T, K Cor Main and Market Stt. w. II. SMITH, itTrj. or iCHia tiith oirriD WITHOUT rI. Masonic BnttdlnK. JOB PRINTERS. HM. l.lil HiiCKKK, Wand '.7 Arcade. Print er. Eugrarcr and Fa-ialunable stationer. vVeddingcoods and calling cards a specialty. UNDERTAKER. W. A. (HIOSS CO. UMIEKTAKCK-t. Ofllce ind Us.reri.om. In W. Main St. Residence 91V Ulcbst BOOK BINDERS. JOHN O.N JC l)OK.E, LtaSlIHOC TH E L. BARRETT A eOtA BOO I BISDIRT- 170 Meat Columbia. street. General Book Binder and Blank Book Mano tacturer. SEE OXTDEl HATS DERBYS, CRUSHERS AXU $1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3. ... . . . . . , ,. ,,, ., b HU'St illHI largest n'OI'K 01 t Mil- ilrtMi's Huts', ,k ni), at METROPOLITAN vr. v- Only the Best Beef, Mutton,. Lamb, Veal and Pork for i sale here. Wm. Grant's Sons! 16 E. High St. 1 Slierill ?mW. l'ursii int to thf c 1111111 nut of .in execution of salt- i-Hiitit ft 1 in tlie court uf ruituiion plea- r irkioi.nti Ulii't aud totiit-tltrettfU nn.l t tlnlnrrfil w'll fttrr for-tUent public auction it the south door of tlif court hou-.H,.f ihl , istitnti lu tlu 1 1 ty of pniulielvl. Uluo.ou iltlll.tft, .Illlt IStli, I) 1NMT, at t)Ut'iloi.k p in the follow tut: ile--.cn bed prm.-e'. ttt-wit -itu it-a 111 the county of 1 1 irk in the State of t.iiur.iiiil in the It) of riitneM unl j I UmiKleil .unl aeMTiheil as follows, mz lie . il!' a vnrt of the northwest Miiarteruf Heetlou i ( number 4 of to wistiip 4 in raiirfe M K 1 Ileum 11 inn at .1 Moiie st the iiorthweHt corner f t 1 irk aitl Is ibella streets from uhUli a stone 011 the south ltne of l'leisint street ami the west Inn of sifil Isibella street be irs north 'i e ts Ml1 feet ilist mt, thence with the wrM line of shl lsibell 1 srnet north ' eistv' feet tlien e north t'3 west "0 feet, tht uce south 1 tar.il I el with Is ibell 1 street S11 fett t 1 irk stnet theme with the suiir south n' eist -tjftet to the pti, e of bek'-U iiini: - in! pn mi'-es apprilsetl at 57.1o ( Nml pre mi sr 4 to be sold by order of the court of common p eas of Clark t oiiuty.Uhio.tn case No vh wherein K K Norin.mdle is pluiitlltund K ( l,,j it.tl are defendants Terms of sile Cish wii.i.um im:kkh. sheriff of Clark County. Ohio o is Tii'i t. Attorney Wo th WM. SCHENCK, Contractor and Builder. More and offltefurnllnre made toorder. also diHirs. verinil is. inanities. inside blinds, hand rail, stairs and screens. Estimates and spetl Bcations furnished on application .'S north Center street. SprlncnVld.O Tba C.rrt Fnellh lrrrrlptlon Curts takntsi, HTiiiuftrriea,, past's caus M bv hlt abu-vi or In discretion. On rackiir Jl sir So.' fncroRcl Br infill rit for Panirhlet. I Eureka Chemical Co., Detroit, itllcta Call on oradlrsTheo. Troupe, dructflt, corner Ml n and Market ttreett. bprlcxfleld Obto.SoleAKeat. M BE5T n nrpi bTMlfl'P fiUWBJOO. nn,mnT ra I cosrs SUPERIOR CREAM PARLORS! BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. Oven ready, and Bread and Cakes will be delivered on orders next week. Leave Orders for Sunday Ice Cream on Saturday, as no goods will be sold on Sunday. COST'S ICE CREAM PARLORS THE 1ST POPULAR IN THECITY NO. IS j o O sj o o sj - r.i lndli.iennhle in Hot Weather. W. H. SCHAUS, QUEENSWARE. Etc., U SOITH MAKKKT STKKKT. SPRINGFIELD STEAM DYE WORKS 21 SOUTH CEXTEK STKEET. Ttodyelnit. cleaninic. repatrlnc and pres Incof Lidles' and tienta tiarruents a spec Lilly rUe only pUce In tht city to havt- Lart Turtalu cleaned properly. All work y-ar-ranted. mm m m mm CONXKllll TheFI.VESr.indCLEWEsr In the CttT- OLD RELIABLE jEI J. D. SMITH CO. GLOBE MUlUUirsTG, Uos-ner West 11 let. St. an.l Walnut Alley AND STATIONERS. I , BUrk Book Work and Legal Wank ! Specialty. The Cost of having your Cur tains done up by laundry, will buy one of JlVPHCn. ED Curtain Stretchers I UT Of f OCOtHO FAMf Ml Sue on Monrv. Time nmt I abor. T HtV Ilot'.rKFMEk MlULLD HaL UL, uii) laJy cut op-r.Ue them. For Sale By 1. C. BLACK & CO. N. E. C. WHITNEY, Sollcltorof American and Foreign PATENTS AN COUNSELLOR IS ILL rtTUT U.TTIIS. Room 5 Arcade Building, " KL-niNGFIKLD, O. Ilr.arhAirririrs' Wnshlneton. D.C.: Lon Idou. Enu.; Parts, France. PAUL A. STALEY, Vttorney and Expert IH PA.TTE2VT CASES, SOalClTOa OF PATENTS. Room R Vvm1? I3iillliur 0 r lin uj JL II 5 B. JL N DO E lK II L BINDERS llllll I LlIU, IS Lace rF m 1 fj-a 1 i--r urii 1 iH 9 4 6 n 1 1 1 1 1 ittji-.i nin-r1 H. r EAST ELTGKET. STREET. BRUCE, H AUK & CO. SELL THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE CLOTHING For the least amount-of money. We, in asking for the ftipnort of the public, appeal to the good sense of the people, asking them to inspectthorouglily 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 wc arc far ahe d of all competition in goods and prices. PREPARE YOUR SELVES FOR SURPRISES! WE HAVE THEM! BRUCE. HAUK & CO. POPULAR CLOTHIERS. -:isr:EJ"7V- WALL .vr!. WINDOW Wednesday, May 18. 1887. We have this week filled our racks with NEW WALL PAPERS of all grades, to which we invite your inspection. They are all entirely new styles, no wormy chestnuts, and we are selling them at remarkably Low Prices. NOW is the time to buy. as the selection will soon be broken under the pressure of the rush we are having. We employ the most expert paper hangers that can be had, and guarantee all work. An immense stock of Window Shades of all kinds, plain, decorated and handsomely decorated. Buy your shadis before the hot weather sets in, and be ready to keep your rooms darkened and cool. Prices away down, far below the surprising point. c D LEADING BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS, X0. Vi SOITH M V.KKKT STKKKT, - NPltlXCFIEM), (),' 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.CHance&Co. IVo. 1-i AVo.-t 3rin sat. P. S.Ws would respect fully GENUINE HAXD-SEWEU TlllX for $:t.00. TIT PAPER! SHADES. ERDE & CO.. invite the Ladies to inspect our SHOES which we are sell.i.jj -a j!ti5Sg,s-fe-p e--Ws .. ft i HStSLs? fc,sJii. Mnm. S!!SS2saxu--,rS!SZK.SVSa .''4w.'".".iniTHj itswr t--V3&-Jy-s" 'x. 'ssSSeKvssiassim''- W3SS-"ES"" IM. iimi "-M".''g''-ffgjaMSjiuluj 1, .r .r.i.n" i" "-"awrii?W'lBWlMl?.-lgr. aiHHBHIHHeSVsTHIEr:;?