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KEPUBLTC, WEDNESDAY EVOKING', OCTOBER 10. 1887.
KIP BOOTS AND SCHOOL SHOES! KIP BOOTS ANO SCHOOL SHOES!
The Largest Stock of Kip and Grain Boots ever exhibited in Springfield, and at Hard Times Prices. School Shoes, 50 Cents to $1.25.
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household iiun. . t.a very bos
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ra .will Press lilsp.trhcs .l the ItrntiT
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Publishers and Proprietor..
tBE VEXING KEITKLIC It iiuMtshefl
HE WRCKLT IUCTITHUIC li pnbll.bea
rrer5.Thar.iaT. and Is oneottheniostcom-
' aicht p. irk.et coirplete, Repieit?
AH communications ana contribution
houldbealdressed to Curjos M. N:cwoij.
Minor, and all busluesi letters to Thoma u.
editor, and all busluesi letters
TUpbone Ho. SSC.
WEONCS31T EVENING. OCI08ER t9.17.
BEFUBUGHN STATE TICKET.
J. 15. POKAKER.
W. C. LYOX.
Supreme Judre 0ng term).
Supreme Jndge fshort termVg
. -,i. i-taie Ju.-llt r,
11. K. WATsOX.
MembT Board Public Works.
C. A. FLICK 1X0 EH.
.- Ilth Senatorial District.
For State Seniitr.
TI103. A. COW'ilLI.
wmm coin ticket.
QE0UE C. RAWLINS.
JOHX C. M1LLEB.
0 F. SEISVISS.
JAMi. a. KABISITTS
S. A. TODD.
JOHN X. STEWART.
Anarchist Parsons has ijuite a long neck.
A republican will probably lie elected
mayor of Haltimore.
Ben Uutler is to try to give leeal aid to
the condemned anarchists.
The Sultan of Morrocni is not only not
dead, but has recovcre.1 his health.
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lent names to be taken from the registra
The Detroit TrWunc remarks that Kmma
Abbott does not get her speeches out of an
An equestrian statue, in bronze, of On.
George 0. Meade, has been unveiled in
Falrmount park, Philadelphia.
The president snubbed some of the old
Georgia confederate majors, and it is the
oesi ming ne nas mme on iue i....
The Kent house is to be rebuilt, at once,
at Lakewood, Chautauqua lake, and will
be handsomer and larger than it was origi-
Mrs. John Jacob Astor pays $7,000 a
year for the privilege of suffering trom
dyspepsia. Her fine-haired French cook
A patent medicine man is advertising a
nostrum that cured Solomon P. Chase.
Hut do we not all know that the great cx
chief justice is dead?
Tom Powell, democratic sUndard bearer.
was hissed at Tiffin for disparaging (or try
ing to) General Yv'iltiam II. Gibson. The
citizens wouldn't have it.
It is believed Uiat Thomas Nut. who i
himself again, will do the iiollticai car
toons for the Ereiihi'j llrailitr. New
York, now a republican paer.
The republicans of New York are mak
ing a hard fight and expert to c-ury the
state next month. Some nntl-CIev eland
democrats predict-that Fred Grant, who is
supported by the HernM, will be elected
by SO 000 majority.
llenrj-George says his labor party will
.;,!,, . .v v ,i, .1.;
poll 200.000 votes In New York state this
tail, ana mat -tiie ucmocrauc pany '' house, so you can check your cold at once,
stand no show this election" that "It is I Price 50c. and SI. 00. Sample bottles free,
practically dead." We find this in a dem-1 CATAI:UU CUKEij, hnHh acd sweet
ocratlc paper the Star-winch claims to bTniu secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Keme
be the only lrue democratic paper in Xetr'dy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
Yori, ' for sale by K. A. Garwood.
Are the republican of thi oily and
cviiniy fully aware of the privileges they
are enjoying this season? Throusli the
efforts of our local executive ami county
coniinittees we have hail eeches In this
county from Hon. Hen. Butlerworth. Sen
ator Sherman, Kx-Covenior N'nyes, On.
(ibviii. Major McKinley, (leneral (!ros
venor, lion. Mr. Kountz, of lVunsj Ivanla.
ami Hon. I. K. Watson, ami we are to
have (!ovrrnor Koraker. Certainly the
state and county rnniuilttfs hae treatol
us generously. Hut all this costs a Kxl
deal of money ami we hope the republicans
of the city and county will appreciate this
, fact and act accordingly.
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J (lovernor Koraker is to speak In this
city, two weeks from today Wednesday,
Kovemlwr id and it Is (imposed to mass
ten thousand people in front of him. and
to give hiin such a greeting and ovation
as lie lias not experienced this year. It Is
proposed that this shall lie the creat repub
1 Iiean deinonstration of Central Ohio, for
the ear. We respectfully suggest that the
I'luc Hat brigade go out, on a train, to
,,, i1P c0,en,or and bring liim InU) tl.e
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city in great shape. Republicans: let us
.... ..) t.f cnarln.1 in itwt oHitnf ftiM tlllVIl
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i on th!s great occasion of the year ?
Toe Wooster 'r;iMleiii. piinlislieil in
the town where Mr. Walter Thomas Mills,
the late great prohibition orator in this
, state who c7M think he was Tunning" for
the thce of lieutenant governor before he
tell through a rraclc. somewhere, assumes
to live, scribes the human potato bug as
ne eomenip lair. 'nceH oiue
squirt," W. T. Mills, has secured the noin-
i.ikj.;,,,, ticket am! seems to be madly nisti-
inC after dap notorirty. Any pno.1 dtl-
7pii who would ote with a party who puts
, ucli nincompoops &s Mills at its head is
' ftxeT terribly misguided or criminally
areIftM Mills had best become a citizen
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of Ohio before he aspires to run for ofiice
in this state. He claims to tie lrom v cos
ter, but ho has no residence here nor does
his wife live here. He will probably come
back here in November and try to vote for
himself, but he will have to a wear his vote
in. for his resilience here is a very uncer
We Millie over the fact that Mills has
been getting $! a night out of the prohi
bitionists when it didn't do them 18 cents'
worth of good. We like to see the enemy
hoist by its own petard if by any stretch of
rhetoric a potato bug can becalled a petard.
The managers of the Ioton HrruUI,
New Kngland's greatest and best newspa
per, make a specialty of show ing how men
of moderate means can get comfoitable
I homes of their own. Thtje gentlemen are
the men wl.o have commenced sharing
their profits (after having made them)
'with their employes. The Kepiiicic his
urged for a long time that one way of solv
ing troublesome lalior problems is to detise
means of assisting workinginen to get
homes of their own. We hold that where
tlio workingmen become property owners,
and to thai extent, capitalists, the chasm
between them and the emplojcr would be
pretty well bridged over aud esiiecially
so when the wealthy employer assisted his
employe in this direction.
Among tiie decorations of Atlanta, at the
time of the present's visit, is one de
scribed by a local paper as follows;
At No. 12 Wheat street lloats once nuire
to thebret7.es the red. white and nil with
the thirteen stars, that emblem of the dead
Confederacy. Some kind hand decorated
the picture of the great chieftain, Hon.
Jefferson Davis, with the Confederate col
ors. Old soldiers, when they pass by, take
off their hals, and in tleir hearts all south
erners do liim reverence.
After the president leaves. Jell Davis is
to visit Atlanta, and it is believed that bis
reception will tvlipse Cleveland's, in
warmth, if not in dimensions.
, Mr. Will. A. Itogers. a native of this city
and a son of the late Judge William A.
Kogers, Is the only journalist that travels
with the Cleveland circus. He is artist for
Harper' W'cMy, but is a jolly, red-hot re
publican, all the same, and a mighty good
picture-maker and a mighty good fellow,
also. Hut whether he will speak to com
mon jieople or whether common jieople
will speak to him after begets home from
this trip, we can't tell, at present.
At last we have the testimony of Allen
o. Myers, ot the Cincinnati Enquirer, as
i0 Mrs. Cleveland's "snubbing" our gov-
Sh? worked that Koraker snub out all
alone and delivered it when it would hurt
most She meant it, too, and it shows
that she has got some f the oM Saan be-
neath the fascinating aud smiling exterior.
Is it not rattier significant that the New
York Slur should say. of itself, that it "is
now the only New York daily newspaper
publishing a weekly edition of extensive
circulation that sustains the principles of
the democratic party'."
CoI1Kre.,nlan Martl!1 A. Koran, of Cleve-
land, warned his democratic auditors at
land, warned hi-
Cincinnati, the oilier night, that his speech
unintellectual." but it seems
tlat that was the kind they wanted.
Every city that Cleveland visits, where
arraI1Kemel,ts aro made to enable him to
,.t oira speed,, i3 ,1B most wonderful city
in the country. Wonderful for patience
and endurance, possibly.
The president gave the people of Atlanta
a chunk of Appleton's encj clopedla that
was adapted to the local market. It was
better than anything he could have worked
out of his own head.
D.iyton now has four daily pajiers: tl e
.oiinnil and the Dcmixrnt. the Ilcrnlil
(evening and independent), and the .lfon
Itur anti-Doren democrat.
A writer in the .Ylf;ioii- TcIimiiiic tells
how to "treat" a pastor. Te think we
can put this matter into a nutshell -Never
"treat" a pastor.
lonfclit ami Tomorrow Night,
And each day and night during this week
vou can get at T. .1. Casper's drugstore. -It
hast Mam street, Kemps halsam for the
Throat and Lungs, acknowledged to be the
most successful remedy ever sold for the
fine of Cough. Croup. Bronchitis . Wlioop-
ing Cong h. Asthma and Consumption. Get
B ttte)filJay ,, keep lt always fn ,le
II. C Oolmx'i I'ii.Iit ith Main W!il
lie W Koine In IKM.X.
The past record of Mr. Coolman, Dem
ocratic rundiilule ir lieutenant governor,
is not such s to commend him to honest
To illustrate the kind of work that has
been done Hi the past mid the methods
resorted to in order to secure Democratic
legislatures, the testimoni of lion. D. (
(.'jotinaii liofore the 1'iiyiic investigatiii,;
.onimittee nuke" very interesting read
lug, and pirticularly so us that gentle
man is now the Ih-mucr.itlc candidate for
lieutenant governor. The following tes
timony inav lie found ill the appendix to
the house journal for lVi. lieginnmg on
D C fiiolmaii. called by the commit
tee, beinzduly sworn, testified as follow h:
j D.d you tiudcrtiiud at that time,
Mr. Coolnriii. that considerable money
was necessary '" nrrj mi the campaign
of 'M for the election of members of the
legislature. ..' A. Yes. sir. I was
awareof that, and in all other campaigns.
1 have liecii too long in politics not to
know that a canipvlgn cau not be carried
on without money
1 Do you krtovv of any money being
used m the campaign of 'S.t for A. I
don't know that 1 could siv positively
that there was any used for that specia1
purpose Of course. I had more or lesy
to do with the campaign on general prin
ciples, furnishing money to the commit
tees of the different counties.
Q. Was there any money put in your
hands at any time for uw A Well, we
disbursed some money to different
county committees from our oilice at
l'.vrkersburg. I don't know- that I can
recollect the counties now. 1 could, per
hiips, it 1 had our books. It was sent to
the dillerent county committee. .
(. Cm you recollect any of the coun
ties A. No. I don't think I could. No,
sir. I don't lenieinber
Q It was disbursed, you say. for
geiuT.il election purposes? A. Yes, sir
(J. To the county committees ! A.
i Dirt yon hear of the disbursement
of any money during vour stay in Colum
bus to assist in the election of a 1'iiited
Plates senator" A No. sir, I did not. I
heard nothing of the kind, neither I see
anything of the kind
I). You did not hear of any! A. No,
sir, I did not.
Q By Mr Thumping- Have you imy
Idea of the amount you distributed indi
vidually' A. I don't know that I could
give a very close estimate of it. It was
iplite a considerable amount; probably
ten ortwelve thousand dollars altogether
to different parts of the state.
To show the determination of the
Democratic managers, viys a leading
nevvpaper, including their candidate for
governor, to carry the election this, fall
by fraudulent repres?ntatioiis, it is only
necessary to say that Mr. Powell's com
mittee continue to e.i 1 out for pu'ilici
Hon the foreil copies of Governor Kor
aker's special uiesnivie on the tax iie
tion. The coinmitt h' confess that some
IkvIv forged the niess.-i in several place-!,
and promi.-ssl to supjiress them.
Now they are on a new tack. Tiiere is
a copy of the report of the trustees of
the Soldiers' and Sailors Orphans' Home
liefore us, and on page sixteen there is a
.statement of the total cost per capita of
maintaining the inmates. It is vouched
for as correct by the trustees, three of
whom are Democrats. They say the cost
per capita haslieen reduced from 41H0.41
in l'sS-'i to JIM "Jfi In 181. This was the
first year of Governor 1'orsker's term.
Now comes I.. Mclltlgh, partisan labor
statistician, who has a busy pencil, and
he figures up the cost per capita for lHsi
at$144.i:l. The trustees' report is made
under oath. The Democratic committee
and Mr. Powell are trying to make the
people believe the trustees are wroug,
when the figures nre all taken from their
lrnoks. and that McHngh is right,
who does not pretend to give n fact o'
figure to sustain his statement. It will
not take long for honest men of all par
ties to determine which is right. Hut this
is a forlorn resort of a party which em
ploys poll-book forcers and ballot-box
flutter to carry uu elccliou.
Itanium said "the American People like
to lie humbugged." This may lie true in
the line of entertainment, but not where
life is at stake, A iiihii with consumption,
or any lingering disease, looking death in
the face and seeking to evade his awful
grap. does not like to be trilled with. So
with confidence we place before our readers
Nature's great remedy. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, a surerelief from that
long train of diseases resulting from impure
blood. Consumption), Chronic Nasal Ca
tarrh, Liver Complaint. Kidney Disorder.
Dyspepsia. Sick Headache. Scrofula and
General Debility. Time-tried and thor
oughly tested, it stands without an e'Hial'
The Knglish army consists nominally of
211.474 officers and men, but it is said dial
only one army corps can actually be
put in the held, ami that only by frantic
make-shifts. Of the 71. $10 cftieers and
men stationed in England, it is alleges! that
15.000 are boys under nineteen, and that
10,000 more are under twenty.
X CWV f tuo good things of tLis
v'xv life are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dyspepsia. Acker's
Dyspepsir. Tablets will cure Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation; sold on a
positive guarantee at 23 and 50 cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Audolwn was buried in Trinity cemetery,
on Tenth avenue. New York. A new
street is to lie cut through there, and the
naturalist's remaiii are to lie removed to
Trinity churchyard, and a monument to
his memory will be erected by the Academy
of Science at the head of the new street".
which is to be called Audubon street.
Kverv wife and mother in the rnuntri
-should know the creat valne of Ajer's
Sarsaparilla, as a bio si purifier. It givts
tone. Health and- stiength. to the vita! or
eans. eorrii-ts :ill trrpi'titaritii. nnl uyiuiI.
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nii'Hirities lrom tiie system. Young and
old ue it. Price 61.
fiTHLQ PHONOS POWDER s
unnvled. fieat, clean, fondf
and effcefiv'e. Beififuily fut y in
box witJiurT. Send pce& for
Jut beaifliftil colored picture, me
l I t Ti
1 "J -A-JIftA
A Scaly, IU-hing Skin Disease, with
Endless Suflrirp, (.'tired hi
If I had known of the I'ltinm ItMiitMrs
twenty-etIit fats ai;o It would have saved
meSMnto hundred rtnllariOandnn immense
amount of stiiterlm; My disease (Psoriasis!
commenced on my li?ad tu & spot not larger
than acent. It spread rapidly all over my
body and i:ot under my ualls. The scales
would drop "IT "fine all the time, and my sut
fering was endless and without relief. One
tlioussnd dollars would not tempt me to have
this disease over Misiln. I am a poor man. Iiut
leel rich tii le relieved of whst some ot the
doctors said was leorosy. some ring-worm,
psoriasis, etc. 1 took and J-arsapa-rlllasoer
one year and a half, hut no cure. I
cannot praise the IYticlr IUuf.iues too
much. They have made myskluas clear aud
free from scales as a baby's. All 1 used of
them wat three boxes oJCincim. and three
bottles oHYncrR Rkoi.vkst. and two cakes
of CiTictiu Sue. It you had been here and
said you would have cured me for 30. you
would have had the money. 1 looked like the
Picture In your book of Psoriasis (Picture
number two."llow to Cure Skin lUseases").
but now I am as clear as any person ever was
lhrouh force of habit 1 rub my hands over
myarmsand lees to scratch once In a while,
but to no purpose. I am all well. 1 scratched
twenty-eight years and it got tube a kind ot
second nature to me. 1 think you a thousand
times. Anvthlnirmorfl that vou want to know.
wrlteme. oraniouewho reads this may write
to me and I will answer It
W ni Kin rv. Vt.. Jan. :?. lss;.
Psoriasis, Eczema. Tetter. Ringworm,
Lichen. Pruritu-. Scall Head. Milk Crust.
lundruIT. Ilarbers', Makers', cirooers' and
Washerwoman's Itch, and every species nl
Itching, llurning. fcaly. Pimply Humors of
the Skin aud Scalp and lllood. with Loss of
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niir. Hrr pmiii.cu tuirn u iLiitL.i, iiic
great Sklo Cure, an t Ct ma s Nur, an exqui
site Skin Ileautlfler externally. andCinriRi
I, .!. ll . . I ll...l'l.lnlu.nnll.
IlkVIM KM, llie UI- IIOiilU lUlluri lliltuiniili
wheu physicians and all other remedies fall.
Sold everywhere. Prlee: Cl TlfCRl. .Vc: Sovr.
lie: Rr-oLvisT. 51. Prepared by the Potikr
Llrro M VIIRM1CA1. Co.. nosion.
ti -Send tor "How- to Cure Skin Diseases.'
U pages. SO illustrations aud loo Illustrations.
TTirPI.KS. Illarkhcads. chaiiped and oily
1 Ijll skin prevented by Cirictii Mh'Icatiii
Tube freed from the dangers of suffocation
while lying down; tit breathe freely, sleep
soundly and undisturbed; to rise refreshed,
head clear, brain active and free from pain or
ache: to know that no prisonous, putrid mat-
terdenl's the breath and rots away the deli
cate machinery of smell, taste and hearing; to
feel that the system does not. through Its
veins and arteries, suck up the poison that is
sure to undermlna and destroy. Is indeed a
blessing beyond all other human enjoyments.
To purchase Immunity lrom such a fate should
be the object of all atHlcted. Cut those who
have tried many remedies and physicians
despair ol relief or cure.
StMiiRD IUiuci.Ci rk meets every phase
of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to! the
most loathsome and destructive. stages. It Is
local and constitutional. Instant in reliev
ing, permanent ui curing, safe, economical
and never falling.
Stsiitsii's Raiucal I'irc consists of one bot
tli.aif inelt ttiieil. t'ruie.oue box ofCtTtltRU-
al Mii.vrsT and one IxrEiiVKii Ishalkr. all
wrapped In one package, with treatise and
directions, aud sold by all druggists for il.uu.
Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Boston.
NO RHEUMATIZ ABOUT ME.
IN ONK MINl'TE
m ev. 4 The Oillenr Aiiti-l'Hln l'lns.
svS ti-r relieves Rheumatic. Sciatic.
n jf Suddenharpand Nervous Pains.
I si strains and weaknesses, me
fc" llrst audonlyiuln-kllllngplaster.
C Z New. uriiEliial. Instantaneous, in
fslliole. sife. A marvelous Antidote to Pain.
InfWmmatiun and Weakness. 1 tterly unlike
and va'tly superior to all other plasters At
all druggists, 2V. live for 51; or postage free,
of Potter Drug and Chemlral Co., Huston.
Icave your measure for a half-dozen of our
lierfect-fittlng Shirts, well-known
for their elegance.
The Shirt Maker, Hitter and
n is he -, 5 Kit Mnii Street.
This Furnace lias no emis.1 for simplici
ty, iltirability ami econoi.iy. is constructed
of heavy st. vl plate. Is a base heater,
easily controlled, and is exempt from the
IKissihllity of gas-leakniK joints.
Ample Inference Given.
17 "W. 3rjiin I.
SPRINGFIELD, - OHIO.
;.- KAST MAIN ST.
Dinu unau, cjs
nrr. fi nirn
ibtu. i u tn
I 73 AND
KNOX, YOU MAN, SILVERMAN!
Price, Sherman, Nascimento, Dunlap and Taylor's.
The above are the leading makes in the world, and can be found at our store. Prices guar
anteed from 50c to $1 less than you can buy same goods elsewhere.
SULLIVAN, THE HATTER,
35 SOUTH T-jIiVtESTOlSrE STREET.
JOHN H. WILSON,
NOS. 26 AND 28 EAST MAIN STREET.
New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock to
select from. All goods first-class and
complete satisfaction assured.
FINE GOODS, FIHE FITS ftNO FINE STORE.
J003ST'T BUY 1TOTJR.
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.
WHEN YOU WANT COAL OF ANY KIND, GO TO
GRAND OPERA HOUSE. TELEPHONE 270.
BRANCH OFFICE AND YARDS:
CORNER WASHINGTON AND MECHANIC. Telephone 254.
Notice 1o Contruclor.
SEALED PROPOSALS nil! b received at the
ollUe ol the city clerk of the city ol Mirlui:
fleM. Ohio, lor turulshiiiL-materials ami cou
structlui: the York Mrcet extension ol the
Taylor street sewer: also proposals for mr
nlshlni; materials aud eoustructlni; the Mar
ket street sewer. .iM pntposals to be made
aud sealed separately for each ol said sewers,
accordlnz to the plans and speclilcatl'iiis
therefor oil file In the odce of the city cltll
All bids must be for furnlshim: all the ma
terials and completing the work according to
said plans and specifications, work tobe com
menced at such time as council may hereafter
designate. and to le completed wllh u thlny
days thereafter; bids must state price for
labor and material separately, must he signed
by tiie full name of all persons interest, d In
said bid. and shall als.be signed by some re
sponsible .disinterested person as a guarantee
that a contract will be entered lntoand the
work performed, prmided said bid Is accept
ed, and must be on file with the city clerk on
or before twelve o'clock noon on Tuesday, the
1st day of November. ISsT. to to opened and
nublicly read immediately thereifter. as pro
vided by liw, and reported to council at Its
first regular meeting thereafter.
The city couucil reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals presented for any reason
they may deem sufficient.
uy order of council.
J. S. SHEWAI.TEK.
21fam City Clerk.
J. T. TUTTLE
64 SOUTH LIMESTONE.
New Fall Goods.
w Bnckwhcit Floor, ew Sweet
Cider, Xiple Molasf8, Honer, Xcw
M irkerel, largo, fat ornl clieau, ew
Codlhh, ixira line, .Vew Cannril
and Krattoratul r'rnlts, Jersey
TEAS A SPECIALTY.
.. 33 W. JKFFKKS)N iilltKET,
WANTKW A few flrst-clsss centleiiien
boarders; zoo. (lrst-clat, table board;
Kimd rora. and in fact. eery accoinmo
datlontomke home pleasant. We have
In eniinectMn good park and all conten
lencesof atlrst-claa holism. The IioueM
situated In center of a park and enuren
tent to all depots, also postotllceand tele.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
avMnroh A Bro.'s 8tore-
8rcllttentlonKlen o th
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Jal of Hohlir.
0TirE is hereby ien that tiie city nf
li prln;flel1, Ohii'. will offer for nau-to the
hulifit uu.l t.ett Li'Mcr at the couueil ctiam
btr in said city, on
Tu4t;i, tlif It ilti of 'iurinb r, A. II.,
17, at oVIock p m.,the bonds of s;.M city
to the amount ol four ttuuisaml, three hund
red aud Itilriy tour ?4.U4 dollars, tobede
homlnated as follow:
One bond for the -um of seven hundred and
ninety 37M dollais, datfd oa the Jddayof
October, 17, ana payable iu one earfrom
date. Four bonds ot ;he um 1 fltiC hund
red and eiKhty-six 'svir dolUrs each, dated on
the'M day of October, H.amlpayablelu one,
tuo. three and four years from date, at the
office of the city treasurer. Iu this city. Kach
of said boniN to bear six per cent per annum
Interest, payable eml-annually at the office ot
the city treurer. In thtsclty, on the-ddays
or April and ootoberla eacii j-ar, until the
payment of the principal thereof; said bonds
to bf coupon bond, said bonds to be Issued
for the purpose of obtaining means for the
cointruetIt.no! the York street extension of
i he 'laylor street Newer, m Tjlorstnet newer
district or seer district :o J, and tne con
btruetion of the JIarKet street sener.tu LV li
ter street sewer district, or sewer district No.
4, and when sold, are to be taken and paid for
by tiie purchaser tnereof in cash, at the oftice
, of the city treasurer, in thin city, at such
times and in Mich amounts as the city council
! shall, trom time to time, uy resclutioa, desit
1 nate. aud as the netds of the city shall re
quire. Jtids for the purchase of said bonds maybe
. illedlu urltliiiiwith the city clerk at any lime
prior to the time above named for the sale of
1 said bonds, and Mils, either verbal or iu writ
j littf. will be reccued by said couucil on said
'ltdayof Noiember.ats o'clock p.m. wheu
j all bfdn will be comMered by the city council.
aud said bonds will be sold at not Ies than
par value aud accrued Interest, subject to the
1 conditlou hereinbefore set forth, to the iili;!.
' est and best bidder.
t Ity order of Council.
I J. H. SHEWALTKR.
2Hbs City Jerk.
' Stsnerj5e -Vuiiit.
p To whom It m.iy concern:
1 Notice is hereby iciveu. In pursuance of sec
tion J.TToot the Ueilsrd bututes of Ohio,
i that plans aud specitlcitions have been pre-
pared, and are now on Ule tutheofttceot the
I City Kualneer for examination by parties In
terested, fur the construction ol the Clifton
I street sewer lrom the manhole iu the Lime
i stone street sewer, at the Intersection of
i Limestone mid Clifton streets, east In Chiton
Istreetili fett.and Couucil designates In on
donutid proposes to do the work provided
for in said plans and speclQcatious.
atd sewer is lu the 'laylor street sew or dis
trict, or District Mo. J. the boundaries
ol which are as follows: Commencing at the
Intersection of the north line of lllnh street,
with Hie east line of .Market slreet; thence
rumilng east with the north line of IIU"h
street and the north lineof the turnpike road,
formerly the prliiudeld and South Charleston
turnpike. east to the east corporation Hue;
thence south with the east line of thecorpora
tion to the southeast corner of the corpora
tion: thence west with the south corporation
line to the center of Clifton street; thence
south with the corporation Hue to a corpora
tion corner: thence west with the corporation
line to the west line of a turnpike luad, for
merly the Sprinslleld mid Clifton turnpike:
thence north with the west line of said last
named road to the 1 1 1 corporation line, being
the section line between seellonsi and-i-i,
township .'., range :, .M. U.S.; thence west with
said section line to the east line ot .Market
street; thence with the east line of Market
street north to the place of beginning.
Council will hear all parties Interested In
paid impmvenient.lt Its regular meeting In
the Council Chamber of said city on Tuesday,
October 18. lss;, at S o'clock p. m.
Uy order ol Council.
I!oam City Clerk.
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HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
00IS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. TELEPHONE 188.
NOS. 17 AND 19 HIGH
Know that many of the people of Springfield forgot to
call and purchase from their stock in the early part of
the season, such goods as would have made their homes
more attractive, but now that the Fall Season is right
on, and we have the cheapest and prettiest goods ever
offered, come right along and see style and neatness you
never dreamed of. We have
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DISHES
The best Red Cross Heating Stoves, and Cook Stoves,
and Ranges, and in fact everything the housekeeper
needs. Chamber Suits so cheap and good ; Parlor goods
way down and so nice for a little money. Don't wait,
but buy early and enjoy the benefit of the best selection.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM,
R. P. WILLIS & SON,
PLUMBERS, STEAM. GflS FITTERS,
20 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
GAS FIXTURES, SEWER PIPE, PUMPS.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion. Sick Headache, Acidity of the
Stomach, Heartburn, etc.
300 BOTTLES SOLO DU1GTHE SUMMER
Undoubted References as to its efficiency. Price, 75 cents.
Prepared and sold only by
CHARLES LUDLOW & CO.,
UNDRYp1- SPRINGFIELD. 0. l
STREET AND ARCADE.
East Main Street
HAUK & GO.