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OOrKRXUR IX)ttAKKK USD HIS DAY
The citizens of Springfield hare made
large preparations to receive, entertain and
honor Mr. Joseph llenson Foraker, gov
ernor of Ohio, today Wednesday, Novem
ber 2 J, 1SST. It is not likely that any other
man could have been brought here, on this
occasion, whose coming and presence
would have excited more Interest and en
thusiasm. The only nomination of Gov
ernor Foraker which was confirmed at the
polls was made in our big wiirwam, erected
REBEL BRIGADIERS TURNED
ARrr CooiaUatlna With Jtt Dl Thp
Cain Dafaa That Oallaat Union
Solillnr, J. B. Foraknr.
Mr. l'.mcll and his Democratic stata
committee have rebel brigadiers from the
south In the state to Instruct the people
Direct from 111
The only brand of Laundry Soap
warded a first class medal at tho
Kew Orleans Ex-position. Guaran
teed absolutely pure, and for general
household purjOM i tho very bes
in the Market snace. two ears aio. on the ' of Ohio lww to vote.
very site of the mammoth pavilion which i conference with Jen Davis, the rebel
' stands there today, and in which Governor' Ku-klux-klan chieftain, has come to
Foraker speaks. We may add, just here, Ohio to aid In securing Powell's election,
that the people of Springfield and especial-' Gordon, who by his own confession be
ly our republican citizens are among the fore an Investigation committee was one
governor's mot enthusiastic and substan- 0f the pmuiineut leaders of the Ku-klux-
I tial jierM)nal and political friends. jjani wind, rode ihe country by night in
This state of things is not a freak. It Is the b0uth u here to make powcii Kov.
the direct fruit of (ioernor loratersown
EYEMSB AND WEEKLY;
c m nichoij.
character and career. Years ago Spring- ,
lield men foresaw that this young man was
to take a very prominent part in public af
fairs, and he has given vindication to their
judgment in that line. He is now the most
influential and prominent republican of
his age in the United States, lie is
known, and most favorably known, ,
In the great political centers and circles of
the country. In Xew York, l'lttsburg and
Philadelphia, have his ringing utterances
been heard, and be has also mide a most
creditable record in the periodical literature.
of the day. He has shown himself a think-
thos. 43. HRowjf, er as well as a talker, and when action
stc'viSDiEKAS. and prompt action was required, he has
i materialized at the front in a manner that
has electrified the nation.
His course concerning the rebel flag or-
Thf mcri'DUC rlt thr ew Tori aid Wt
ra JtsMM-Utrd Trrw Ui.palrhn aad Ue fctr
CaMe (I'orrif a) Tlr.
SNIKFIEt. PilBLISHIIG G0HP11T,
Publishers and Proprietor!.
ernor. The Democrats who were loyal
during the war and shouldered their
muskets and marched to the bloody fields
of the south to uphold the Union ure
now to be superceded by such men as
Gordon. They are to take their places in
the back-ground and let such nun as
Gordon and the Ku-klux-klan control
the party, conduct its management, and
say who public officers are to be. They
are to subserviently bon- the knee to the
grand Gordon, and learn their politics
and their duty in public affairs from
Gordon and Jeff Davis. Will they do it f
Mr. Powell and the Democratic state
committee say they must. If they don't
they can not vjte for Powell, as it is at
his request and invitation that Gordon,
of Georgia, and Crain, of Texas, are
I iter of l resident Cleveland snowed ins i here managing the Democratic campaign
. . character ana quality, lie, or all omers. and Koms about the sUte proclaiming
TUB KYKjnjfO UEflTiiuc U publlibed ct " the spurof the moment, but In such j th(.ir im,,ortallce ani, the fact that tlley
WJ7J"SlolODi!l?Weel"s1SS -T-.towaect honor upon hisjudg-are the on, , ltadmol I)emocracy.
SSte.il '" we " rlriotism. and to ac- ( To Kbuke lhwa Ku.klux chieftains and
m-C weekly KKi'DiiLic u published compllsli his noble purpose. Mr. Cleveland , ghow them lat their place is at home,
T? SKSrM Vhe'SSS-w !" T '""". T T" " "I , , t their repentance for the past, is the
2t SSS nuSSrjoB.pw'e? fS!5& : "" I" hl9 Plic- al,d l,lrlt nd i duty of the hour.
with newa ana miscellany, f 1 per fear, methods of administration as that made I
UTartablieaah in advance. t upon him by Governor Foraker and madej asotiieii mokky i.KTrEK rouoF.uv.
; without malice or partisan purpose, simply
All eommnalcatlons and ertbotloni , illteret o patriotiSm and ilecency.
ditor. and all buslnesi Ieltrs to Tbomm u. The onler was revoked. The president did
Buaww. manairer. actually quail before the indignation of the
REPUBLIC BUILDING, I American people, aroused by the utterances
. aim aciion iu me oung teauer 01 tue uour,
j Governor Foraker, of Ohio.
' Governor Forakerhasshown.also.tbat he
., is great in administration. He has not
wBaor lvekiiw. .ovtuaEit 2. aw. ,f an ornameIltaI Kovenior but
rniinnniU PTITr TIOIfrT ' has founJ PIentv lo do' and has managed
IEPHUCI1 STATE TICIlU.ixrVLroniTref:
Telepbeaa ICo. JSO.
Hating been a sufferer fur two yeara and a
half from a disease caused UJ a bruise on the
leg,and hatlug been cured by the Ccticvra
KtiiKDits nhen all other mettiods aud reme
dies failed, 1 deem It my duly to recommend
them. 1 Mslted Hot Springs to no avail, and
tried seteritl doctors without auccea, and at
last our principal drbegtst. Mr. John P. lln
taytto HDom I shall eter feel icratcful). spoke
to me alnmt Citici ai.and 1 consented to uite
thenia trial, Hith the result that 1 am per
fectly cured. There Isuow no sore about me.
1 think 1 can show the largest surface where
my sufferings sprang from of any ane In the
State. Tlie t'lini b Uivtmii are the best
Wood and akin cures manufactured. 1 refer
todruiailst John I'. Klnlayand Dr. I.C, Mout
gomery , both of this place, and to Dr. Smith,
of Lake Lee. .Miss
ALKXA.SDEH UUACII. (Ireenvllle. Miss.
Mr. Uracil used the Citiccsa 1Uuiies, at our
request, with the results ab n e stated.
A. II. FI.NLAY A CO.. Druggists.
SAVED MY StoTlIEK'S LIFE.
Eeralnce I can remember, my mother has
suffered from a milk leg. Nothing would do
her any good. She had the best medical tal
ent, but they alt did her un good- Mie suffered
Kith her leg for thirty years and never knew
a well day. Mienould have to lit up half the
night, holding up her leg and moaning. She
had no peace, r-ne used all the best known
remedies la the country without effect. I
asked hertotryyourCi'tici'Ki Kluidics. tlot
her a bottle of Cl'ticcka Keolvkst. aud she
took It. and has taken In all six or seven bot
tles, and now she Is a Hell woman today. Her
leg Is entirely healed and her health was
net er better. She can go out e ery day. some
thing she has done lu ten years, so you see I
cannot help stating to you about your wonder
ful CciiciRA KtMinus. You have saved my
mother's life. I cannot find words to express
my gratitude. I have advertised jour Cciiccaa
EDWAKD LUEDKK. 1MB Broadway. S. Y.
Ccticcra. the great skin cure, and Ccticcra
Soar, prepared from it, externally, and Ccti
ccsa Kisolvist, the new blood portfler.lnter
nally, area positive cure for every form of
skin and blood diseases, from pimples to
Sold everywhere. Price: Crriccaa. SOe; Soaf.
25c; lttsoiAKST. fl. Prepared by the hnu
Dtl'O and ChimicalCv.. Boston.
-Sendfor"Howto Cure Skin Diseases."
64 pages, 50 Illustrations and 100 Illustration.
PUR CAPS! PUR CAPS!
ALL GRADES AND STYLES!
Of Fur Caps are now on sale, and prices considerably lower than last year.
DUNG CLOVES iD HEAVY GLOVES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Discard your old Stiff Hat and get the latest, just out.
SULLIVAN, THE HATTER,
35 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET.
PJUPLES. Blackheads, chapped and oily
. skin prevented by Ciiicraa Medicated
The distressing sueeze, sneeze, sneeze, the
acrid, watery discharges from the eyes and
noae.ths painful Inflammation extending to
the throat, the swelling of the mucous lining,
causing choking sensations, cough, ringing
noises In the bead and spllttlnc headache!
bow familiar these symptoms are to thous
ands who suffer periodically from head colds
or Influenza, and who live In ignorance of the
fact that a single application of Sasforo's
KADtCALCuREKoaCATAHEii will afford instan
Hut this treatment Iu cases of simple Ca
tarrh elves but a faint idea of what this reme
dy will do In the chronic forms, where the
J. 15. FOUAKER.
Supreme Judge (lone term).
Supreme Judce ithort term).
JlemberSoard rubllc Works.
Ilth Senatorial District.
For State Senator.
THOS. A. COW'GILL.
listener. All departments of the state
government have felt the touch of his
strom; hand and have been improved in
their condition and operations. The pen
itentiary has been restored to a condition of
self-support. Indeed, Governor Foraker
has rendered good service, as chief magis
trate of Ohio, to democrats, labor union
men, prohibitionists and all classes of cit
izens, as well as to republicans, and now,
at this time, when he is a candidate for re
election, his name and his fame are abso
lutely stainless. Ills official acts are above
reproach. He has proved a good, able,
honest, efficient governor, and Is honored
abroad, throughout the country as well as
Then it must be known to all that Gov
ernor Foraker has made one of the most
eflicient and magnificent personal canvasses
of the State that has been made since the
days of Tom Corwln. He has made most
wonderful and magnetic speeches ecry-
Thc information from Columbus is to
the effect that a mammoth campaign
roorback is being prepared for circula-
Ition just before election, too late for
proof of its falsity. The Morey letter
j forgery of 18) is to be repeated by the
llplnopratln rnmntUfMi in Ohin in 1W?
,, .. .. t. : uirMiuuK is vusirucit'u uy ciioninc. puina
it the Democratic committee was aware ' mucom accumulations, the hearing affected.
of the contemnt of the nonnlo nf niil., I,me" nd taste none, throat ulcerated and
oi me contempt oi tne people of Ohio hacklnccouirhKradually fastening t,f upon
for such methods it would not attempt to I the debilitated system, llien it is that the
. . . . . ., . " marvelous curative power of Samosd's Kam-
delnde and deceive them by any such tac- calCire manifests Itself In lmtantaneous
tics. lluttheyarenot,andwecanexpecta "S-KiivE 7.l..-rSff.telVMeBeK
eicantic camnaicn lie reirardinir Governor I economical, sale.
Vomb.r t., lw, .nn,n .1.. .Sasfori.-i KAmcAt-CiRK consists of one bot-
.-riU.. wu ... .v.j K..7 u.iiieor inettAntCAL t;
-mini mm nnnuTV tipitt
mUDLIuRII tiUUtl 1 1 iUlLlf'wl'erballdIlilsDeenllloredby aseries of
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the election with
the voters against him.
Kendered desperate by the utter failure
of all their attempt to arouse any Inter
est in Mr. Powell, or rally voters to his
standard, the Democratic committee is
becoming so reckless that it will attempt
by false statements in public print to de
ceive the voters and get votes for Mr.
Powell under false pretenses.
Lookout for their roorbacks, and brand
them as such when you see them.
.'raicone box ofCATABRH-
bope of stamoedinsr AL s"-st and one Ivpkoved Ishalee. all
" t mnnM hi on. nAckiL'p wftli lr..ti.. anrf
aireciious.ana sola by all druggists for fl.UO.
Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Boston.
GEO ROE C. BAWLIIfS.
"""frobate J cd re,
- JOUX'C illLLrff.
0. F. SEKVISS.
JAML U. HAUBITTS.
S. A. TODD.
JOHN M. STEWART.
It Is because of these facts that (tovernor
Foraker receives,'WeIeonie at Springfield
ft?3uctisvijo man has received since
UiAUit J, A,iIIIC ,,03 IIC1C IU 103t.
xa tiik KErviti.ic.iss of claim
The republicans of Springfield and Clark
cojnty should bear in mind that we are on
the very eve of a very important election
and that it is necessary that we do all that
lies in our power to brinjj out the full re
publican vote, in all the wards, townships
and precincts, next Tuoday. November
8th. Democrats at Columbus and else
where are boasting that they are to carry
the state and elect Powell and our oppo
nents are doing their best (and their worst)
In all portions of the state to make their
boxsU good on election day. There should,
then, be no lack of vigilance or of indus-
trisus, hard work, from now until the polls
close on Tuesday. Let every republican
do his duty. Our only peril is la ovcr-con-fiience
and in neglect, Ye can give a
(rand impulse to our cause, for ISsS, if we
do our duty now.
Pains and Weaknesses
Instantly relieved by the Cutleura
'Atitt.pnin rin'ter, a new, most
agreeable, lustantaneous and Infal
lible paln-ktiling ptaster.es peclally
Waknestes. Warranted vantlTiin-
perior to all other blasters, and th i most uer-
fect Antidote to I'.iiii, Inflammation and Weak
ness yet compounded. At all druggists, -i
cents; five for Sl.UJ; or. postage free, of Potter
Iirvo and Chemical Co.. Boston. .Mass.
XXXX (4X) LONDON DYED ALASKA
SEAL JACKETS, $85.00.
Close Fitting Short Sacques, $85, $90 and $100. Seal
Plush Sacque, $18, $20, $22 50. Selling out Cloak Sale.
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
Messrs. Funk fc Yagnalls, Xew York,
have sent us a work on the "Science of
Politics," from the pen of Walter Thomas
Mills, who assumes to be a resident of
Wooster, Ohio. Ye think we have heard
of him. Mr. Mills writes very learnedly
when we bear in mind the fact that be
treats a topic of the facts and merits of
which be is grossly and lamentably ig
norant. There is neither science nor sense
in his (prohibition) politics.
The Bellefbntaine Republican says in
double leads :
The democrats of the whole nation are
making a special effort to down Foraker '.
Let the republicans give him every vote
they have iu Logan county. Stand by j our
Let the republicans of old Clark do the
All sorts of frauds and fraudulent de
vices arc to be put into operation by the
Democrats during the closing days of the
campaign. The colonization of voters In
close counties by them has already been
discovered, and in some instances
thwarted. One of the Democratic work
era in 'Columbus, after spending half of
the day in the Democratic headquarters,
was discovered in the afternoon register
ing twice in two different precincts, and
was promptly arrested. Other frauds
have been attempted in other parts of the I
state. Kvery honest man, whatever his
party, condemns such methods, and all
should join together to prevent the per- j
petration and consummation of the j
frauds to be attempted in the interests of
Mr. Powell and his ticket. We hopa I
that the citizens of this community will I
be on the alert to prevent the frauds to
CEO. I. DIEHL,
73 AXD 75 EAST MAIN ST.
(In)Fidelity Harper is now in Hamilton
Governor Foraker is in line condition and
in splendid spirits.
"Foraker Day" in Spriugiield is the big
gest day of the year.
General Sherman had a grand reception
at Delaware, Tuesday.
All good citizens r-hould vote for Gov
ernor Foraker, next Tuesday, on general
The republicans in the townships must
bestir themselves from this time until Tues
Our governor is having a magnificent re
ception in Springfield today. Everybody
General Gordon, of Georgia, thought th
hat term was over in Ohio, but he found it
yery torrid in Cleveland, on Tuesday.
Tbere were tremendous outpourings of
people to greet Governor Foraker at St
Para and Piqua, Tuesday afternoon and
The secretary of the treasury reports
that the decrease of the public debt during
October was 810,833.693. leaving a total
debt Xovember 1 of 51.233,092,701.
Governor Foraker is getting through
with his arduous campaign in great physic
al shape. His muscles have hardened and
his nerve has maintained itself. He has
fought a mighty good tight
The November Century has arrived, v.ttb
the first installment of Mr. George W.
Cable's new story "Au Large." It is an
unusually fine issue of the best of mag
azines. Assembly 1.307, Chicago, withdraws in a
body from the Knights of Labor, and the
main body will be all the stronger for the
The Cincinnati Comincrci(il-0i:ctfc and
other republican papers are making the at
mosphere of Ohio rather warm for General
While Governor Foraker was speaking
at Fostoria a few nishts aeo ho w.is
handed a telegram, which he read to the
audience. It was as follows:
"Tolepo, O., Oct 20, 1887.
"To Governor J. H. Foraker:
Powell is now speaking; says you made
thn infamous charge at Cleveland that lie
oWJd over )00 delinquent taxes on his
l:niestcad; says he does not to-day owe a
dtllar of peronal or real tax, and you
could have found it out by examining the
records. ,1. M. Btowj.."
Governor Foraker said he bad another
telegram, which he had received that
afternoon, just as he was leaving for a
walk, which he wished to read, and did
read as follows:
"Delaware, O., Oct 20, 1887.
"To Governor .1. B. Foraker:
"$374.43 forfeited taxes paid to-day by
Thomas E. Powell.
"Yoa are doing good work.
"B. F. FnESIIWATEIt."
The effect on the audience can better 1
ue iiungmeu man iiescriuea.
From ilist to last this has been, on the
part of Mr Powell and his committee, a
campaign of frand and falsi statement.
All sorts of misrepresentations have been
made by them, and so far as possible
j GRATES, 2
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Ltd BLINDS, cs?
S5 GLASS, 5
OIL CLOTHS, i3
5a BIRD CAGES, gg
HOME TOWEL SUPPLY CO.
HOODS CALLED FOR AXD DELIVERED. TELEPHONE 138.
FALL and WINTER
' Me u.n
WHITE AND GOLD
64 SOUTH LIMESTONE
New Fall Goods.
Xew Bnckwheat Floor, Xew Sweet
Cider, Mjple Molasses, Hoar;, Xew
Mickrrel, large, fat and che an, Xew
t'odfl b, ex Ira fine, Xew Canned
and Erajoratcd Frnlts, Jeroey
TEAS A SPECIALTY.
8omethlnfrw Iu Life lo.uriance.
Mr A P ICnhtr manairor if tha It (S
B. A., of Mass., is in the city forming a
council of 1!5 charter members tn lit asn-
ciation to be known as the Champion City tbey nave avoided the discussion of the
Council. Issues of the day, devoting their entire
,J,''iS-.a,,i?tl0rWf rniZea iiUne' "me to the slandering of Kentlemen and
ISS1 withtheleadingbusiuessmenofMass., s .-""'"-" nnu
has paid every loss in full, which It is com- sPcadfns broadcast statements wholly at
lelled to do under the laws of Mass., and variance with the truth.
today every certificate has an assessable re-, ,.,.,.,. T7 T:
erve of over 535,000 in addition to the act-' tx EI" Kelul'"n should be prepared
ual reserve of over 875,000, which is do- when the bth of November arrives to de
posited in the State Treasury of Mass., the ' vot the whole day to the interests of the
only state having a law requiring it. party. He should make ap his mind that
The association now has a membership he owes this one dav to the service of his
Lt'JTrr." Dtr- an(,he certainly cannot
feisional men of the country, the largest
and only association of the kind.
The expense of carrying a 85,000 certifi
cate, at the age of 35, for the past six years,
has only been 827 per year, which gives
some idea of how cheap a good thing can
be furnished with proper management
Mr. Kohler is stopping at the Arcade
Sweet cider for sale by the gallon or bar
rel, fresh from the press, at O. II. Neff's
grocery, Xo. 140 Clifton street.
Union Co-operative Coal Co. sells Hock
ing, Jackson and Sunday Creek.
Rowland, dentist. No. 8 south Market
street Terms reasonable. AH work war
the country in any better way than to da
vote his entire time on election day to
the advancement at the lt.'publican
A Family (lathering.
Have vou a father? Have you a-mother?
Have you a son or daughter, sister or
brother who has not vet taken Kemp's Bal
sam for the Throat and Lungs, the guaran
teed remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds.
Asthma, Croup and all Throat and Lung
troubles? If so, why? when a sample bot
tle Is gladly given to you free by T. J. Cas
per, druggist, 41 east Main street, and the
large size costs only 50c aud 1.00.
Castor beans is one of the successful
Kansas crops of which mention Is seldom
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only S3 SKAMLESSl
mw. m uw woria, i
out tacka or nails
nnett tir. nerrrct
and warranted. Coni
Button and Lace. .
and durante at ukm
an wear tne
rwi. rntt '
I- mnauia aijio miok u im.
celled for heavr wear. If not told bj tout dealer
write w. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Haas.
BOSTON SHOE STOKE,'
EXCLUSIVE AGENTS '
No. 9 Kaat Main Street, MprlCfBeld, O '
all &f C Kf u a
J$JrK KaV orJK
e -v . awsnT.- m
Also, a large line of Burnished Bronze, Hard Wood
and Gilt Molding, which we sell cheaper and put up bet
ter than any dealer here can.
GOLD LEAF FRAMES!
Mantel and Pier Mirrors to order ; Artist's Proof Etch
ings, Engravings and Cheaper Grade Pictures; every
thing we have or cm makewill be sold on Weekly
INSTALLMENTS OF 25c. TO $1,
GO WEST MVXV STREET.
GENTS UNDERWEAR IHD HOSIERY.
NOS. 17 AND 19 HIGH STREET AND ARCADE.
JOHN H. WILSON,
bend ttrt. for our ounc box of M act Ernhmld.
erj bilk, would cit $1 tn skein. Wiiolsule FkicS
Lmi at nt cnl whec application la ccca-nMalU hj
IDOIST'T BUY "yOTJPl
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.
NOS. 26 AND 28 EAST VAIN STREET.
New line of Fall Goods just opened, and the largest stock te
select from. All goods first-class and
complete satisfaction assured.
FINE COODS, FINE FITS UNO FINE STORE.
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