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s gsgagtsgggj n"iTnft",i'Tr 'ii ""i t i-rtpii in imr"inMnMif i fij-n'--' - - - n n . ihNSilTI aRSSBwKSs3M M?"C?c',vRSrsEK? "jks'SJ?"zi; MMfimfwr inmiriiiMMM i rirnmni i in n ismsi - m--, ttbitii in 1 i -al m -it -f -n $i -ji te i 1 -3 'SB . i , 11 ' l , -- V-S.K,; KIRK'S FLOATING SOAP IS THE CHIEF For the Bath, Toilet and Laundry. Snow White and Absolutely Pure. If your dealer doea not keep White Cloud Poap, Mod 10 emu for sample cake to the maksra, JAS. S. KIRK & CO., CH9CACO. jFpringfitlil JUpublU. FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE I. 1888. STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday. November 6, 1SSS. For Secretary ol State." DANIEL J. RYAN, ol Scioto. For Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBUKY. 01 Melts. For Member Board ol Public Works, WELLS S. JOKES, of. Pike. For Electort-at-Large, ABSALOM H. MATTOX. ot Hamilton. I. P. LAM PSOX. of Cuyahoga. For Congress Eighth Ohio District. ROBERT P. KENNEDY, of Logan. For Judge of Common Pleas Court (Second Judicial Dlitrlct) HORACE L. SMITH, ol Greene. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer, GEORGE W. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney, CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELDER. For Infirmary Director, JAMES BUFORD. For County Surveyor, WILLIAM SHARON. Coming ConveuUnna. Democratic national. St. Louli. Junes. Republican national. Chicago. June 19. This is an Ideal June day. Rev. Dr. Washington Gladden is In Eu rope. What could be "rarer" than this first day of June? Governor Alger has a bureau, and if is se era! stories high. Blaine can carry New York, and the country for Sherman. No braver or truer man ever lived thaii gallant PhlL Sheridan. A good, strong board of trade will be of great help to Springfield. John Sherman should be put at the head of the republican column. Some people call It the Gre-sham move ment We do not, however. if your name Isn't down as a member of the board ot trade, put It down! Republicans have the courage of convic tion and the strength of a good cause. The American people are absolutely of one heart and "mind in their sorrow for Sheridan. Springfield expects every man to do his duty In helping on the board of trade movement It Is a sad task to print the sentence that "there is no hope of recovery for General Sheridan." Wheat, corn, oats, potatoes and fruit are doing their best, in the best possible pres ent conditions. We are to have a robust board of trade, which will be of great help to the town. "Now Is the time to subscribe." Henry George declares that he will stump New York for Cleveland. Perhaps some wise. Influential friend of the president may object "After Blaine, who?" asks the Akron Deacon. Tbeyareall after him the whole pack and have been barking at him, with out intermission, for four years. The prohibitionists at Indianapolis de nounced the old parties. The old parties will probably denounce the prohibition party, if they happen to think of It The Ohio Suite Journal sajs: "Cleve land to Thurman: Help me, Casslus, or 1 sink." Cle eland to Boodle Scott and Boo dle Brice: Help us. Cash-as, or we sink. In nominating General Clinton B. Fist for the presidency, the prohibitionists have brought out their best man. His only de fect is that be Is a partisan-prohibitionist Robert Ingersoll is sounder in politics than in his Ideas as to theology. He says that "Protection will sweep this country as against free trade," and that "Cleveland will never again to elected president" Who is the greatest living American? James G. Blaine is the most magnetic, most popular, and the man with the largest num ber of enthusiastic friends. But take him all in ail, John Sherman is the greatest liv ing American. 'ST 600 PAIRS KID AND GRAIN BUTTON 500 pairs Youths' and must go at 50c. A big assortment of Bennett &. Bernard, Wright & Peters', E. p. Reed & Co.'s antf Lairil, Schobers & Mitchell's Fine Shoes and y Thirty-eight pages of the June Issue of the North American Review (Allen Thorn dyke Klce, S3, east 14th street New York) are occupied with Robert Q. Inger sall's replv "To the RL Hon. W. E. Glad stone, M. P." We have not yet read the paper, bat a glance at It shows that Is re spectful and that the occasion has spurred the great Infidel up to his best effort. This Issue of the J?ckto"has a paper on "The Per fected Phonograph," by Thomas A.Edlon, an article by Senator Ingalls, and a paper on four "Possible Presidents" Uiscock, Depew, Allison and Harrison. Show us a better republican, as a candi date for the presidency, than John Sher-. man a man with a better or more honora ble record, who has rendered better service to the party and the country; who accom plished more for the country In the restora tion of Its credit and its currency. There Is no such man. The equal of John Sher manin all theso respects does not exist Mr. Blaine says to Americans: "Give ns a rest!" Let him have it. lie Is entitled to it lie has earned it -When the fight opens he will take the stump for Sherman and then we can let him know what we think of him. We must have a speech from him here In Springfield. Pennsylvania democrats hae their Scott and Ohio democrats their Col. Brice. What the democrats of these two states seem to like better than anything else Is a million aire boodle boss to tell them what to do and to pay them for doing it The great newspaper man is the model I Interviewer. lie knows what he knows and knows how to say it Wfaltelaw Iteid and Charles A. Dana are men of this sort They are adepts In the art of expression. An election of a new board of trustees for the board of trade, with about COO ten- dollar members, is evidently an event of the near future. Ten good, strong men should be chosen. A Yankee has written a book entitled: "How to be Happy Though Wealthy." We have no use for a book of that sort We are not wealthy enough to weep over It Who believes that Sherman ever wrote to Blaine asking him to withdraw ? No body. The person who asserts that he did is simply a fooli-th liar. The prohibitionists have put up 826,000 not $40,000 to enable them tojearry the next election. LACE CURTAINS. They are Gleaned and Made New by the gprlngtleld Steam Dye Works. Lace and damask curtains cleaned and renewed, and also tinted any desired shade without extra cost This house handles and cleans lace curtains costing trom S5 to S200 a pair, we claim that no other house In the city of Springfield can compare with us in work, as they have not the facility for doing it Our prices are as reasonable as any in Ohio and all work Is guaranteed. SriUNGFiELD Steam Dye Works, 21 north Center street Excursion Ratea via Dee Line. The C. C. C. & I railway will sell excur sion tickets, at very low rates, for the round trip, upon the following occasions: Democratic national contention at St Louis. Tickets on sale June 2, 3 and 4, good returning until June 9, inclusive. Knights of Pythias conclave at Cincin nati. Tickets on sale June 9, 10 and 11, good to return until Jnue 18, inclusive. North American Saenger-Bund festival at St Louis. Tickets on sale June 11, 12 and 13, good returning until June 18, In clusive. Republican national convention at Chi cago. Tickets on sale June 10, IT and. 18, good returning until June 23, Inclusive. For time of trains, rates of fare and f uU particulars, call on agents on the Bee Line C. C. C. & I railroad. "Lookout Mountain. The memorable heights of Lookout no longer need a toilsome climb to reach them. Everyone familiar with the famous battle fields about Chattanooga will be Interested in the announcement of the Queen and Crescent route (Cincinnati Sontherr. rail way and associate roads) that on May 27th, 28th and 29th excursions at the err low rate of One Cent per mile will be run to Chattaaooga for the opening of the new standard gauge railroad to the mountain top. Tickets will be good to return until June 2d. Arrangements are being perfect ed for the running of cars through to the summit from Cincinnati via Queen and Crescent route without change. For any details needed address nearest coupon ticket agent or N. C Kerr, traveling passenger agent, Cincinnati. I. B. & W. Bonte Bulletin. On May 22 and 23, June S and 6, 18, 19 and 20, 18SS, theO. L & W. will sell round trip land and excursion tickets to all im portant points northwest west and south west at one faro for the round trip. We are the only line running through cars to Lin coln, .Nebraska, and Kansas City without charge. With our new trains leaving Springfield at 10.-20 a. m., arriving In Kan sas City tt 9s. m. the next morning, we are the quickest route by five hours. Ele gant sleepers, chair cars and day coaches on all trains. Don't forget the teachers' excur sions to California In July and the very low rates offered by the 1. 13. i W. route. For rates, maps and general Information call on or address C. L. HUIeary, ticket agent union depot Springfield, Ohio. I. B. W. Iloute BuUetln. To Indianapolis and return. Si. To those attending the national prohibition convention at Indianapolis, Ind., May SO, loS8, the O. L & W. will sell round trip tickets good going May 27, 28 and 29, re turning up to and including June -1th, only S4 for the round trip. Three trains each way dally without change. C L. Hiiaeai: v, Tiokct Agent I. B. W. Route Bulletin. To those attending the landowners con tention at Findlay, Ohio, the C. S. & C. railroad will sell round trip tickets at one fare for the round trip. Tickets good going May 31st June 1 and 2. returning until June 3 Inclusive. C. L. IIillekv, Ticket Agent The southern California resorts are am bitious and enterprising. After establish ing a reputation as winter resorts, they now propose to enter the field as summer re sorts A Cabd. To all who are suffering from errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood. etc., IwiU send a receipt that will cure you. tree oi charge, ibis great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South Amer ica. Send self-addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D. New York City. Robert Garrett now robust and in gcod spirits, is tarrying awhile at Munich. Misses' School Shoes, worth S" JSEPUBIIOi STILL CRITICAL ISTHE CONDITION OF GENERAL PHIl SHERIDAN. Bia Narrow Eacape from Death by SulTo callou vriiau Seised With the Cough II la Heart Still Troubling IlliuThe Ilenellt Derived from the Oxygen Treat, suent o Uacliled Chance eaterday. WA8HisGT0S,June 1. General Sheridan's couditiou yesterday remained unchanged. He is critically ill. There has been more or less of a recurence of the heart trouble, but the exact degree and the extent of it can not be learned at this hour. It is.hoever. commplicated by a seereand daneerous affeetion of the lungs and the greatest aiarm prevails among (icniral Sheridan's physicians and family. They were all hastily summoned and are now at his bad side keenly apprehcna e of what may fol low. The use of oxygen, which had been discontinued, has been resumed. The first symptoms of the present attack were no ticed about five o'clock at evening when the General was seized witu sjiell of cough ing. It was not thought at first that this cough was of such a dangerous character as subsequent events iro ed to be the cate. As time went by this coughing increased in frequency and in vigor, and grae alarm began to be felt among the household. One of the attendants gi es this official ac count of the attack of coughing. Tuesdav evening. He said: " About ten o'clock the General was seized with a set ere retell ing cough, which filled all within the house with the gloomiest forebodings. The pul monary affection brought another fain tness of tiie heart's action and the pulcgrew weaker and weaker. Mrs. Slienilun and thepbjsicians who had ail been called to the sick room, sprang to the General's bed side and everything that was possible to be aonewns immediately undertaken Digi talis was administered to counteract the feebleness of the heart and a cab. which had been constautl kept in waiting eterj night for use in case of eiuergeiirv. was hurriedly dispatched for Mr Jloxley, a local merchant, who manuiactures oxjgen gas. and has supplied the gas used hereto fore, when the sick man was as ins worst Meantime the General's condition . grew worse, and notwithstanding all that was done, the faintness stubbornly refused to yield to treatment The oxjgen arrhed shortly before 1:40 o'clock, ami II r Mox- ley was Hurriedly snow into the sick room in the northeast corner of the residence, wheie General Hieridan lav breathin? heavjly, in imminent danger of suffoca tion. A let of cas was thrown into his mouth, and he was allowed to inhale it for a few seconds. The gas made hini flighty and irrational. It was then discontinued and other remedies applied, only to git e way at frequent intertels to the renewal of the oxygen treatments. For some time the General apieared to be tery much like a drowning man, and It was feared that the end had come. By extraordinary exer tions, however, the patient was rallied again, and at 2.30 o'clock he had improved to some extent His breathing was heavv and not a person in the room left hisbeti side. The sick man slent most of the dar. and though he grew no weaker, his coitdition was less favorable than the previous day, before he was attacked with trie cough. Late in the afternoon he had another set ere attack. He recovered very im perfectly and the 10 p. in. bulletin said his condition "caused the greatest anm-chen- sion. Dr. Lincoln was sent for at 11 p. m. to assist the four physicians already In attend ance. At that hour members of the press were denied admittance to the house. A policeman was on guard on the steps, and would permit no one to pass. The fact that Dr. N. S. Lincoln was called in, started the report that dissatisfaction existed with the treatment of the attend ing physicians. This was in no sense the case. It was simply done witli the desire to leave nothing undone which by any possibility could be done to imnrote his chances. No change was made in the treatment This has all alc-ng. Dr. Lincoln said, been excellent and had it not been for the constant presence of phj siciaas. he would have died before now during, some of his sudden weak spells. His lungs are gradually filling with water, which makes his breathing constantly more la bored. He has been conscious all day. He fully realizes his condition. In the opinion of his physicians his system is gradually weakening and the end must come soon. The remedies administered las night it is hoped, may afford relief, and if they do, some hope, though slight, is indulged. Geeral Sheridan inherited rapid pulse irom nis mower, onewasuiso suuiect to heart trouble and has lived to a ripe old age alter passing tnrougii several severe spells similar to this. This lends some slight hope in the present desperate condi tion of General Sheridan. Dr. Lincoln sa d that the case was not entirely without nope. A Very Smalt Grand Marahal, Brooklyn, June 1. Considerable indig nation was expressed by Grand Army men yesterday, at the delay in starting the procession. President Cleveland arrived at the grand stand some time in advance of the iirocession. and it is alleirnl that the delay in the arrival of the proces sion was due to the action of Police Com missloner Bell, acting as Grand Marshal, who desired to detain the President so that he should hate tery little time to spend at his reception at the residence of Marvin Cross, with whom liell is not on friendly terms. Bell disclaims to have been actuat ed by any such petty motives. AFarraer'e Crime. Holskxoe, Nib., June 1. A. J. Win quest a farmer, went into a saloon last evening in an intoxicated condition, and on being refused liquor drew a revolver. Will Kurfes, the bartender, undertook to take the weapon from h!m, when Winquesr fired, the ball striking Kurfes above tike lelt eye, killing him. w inquest then saot himself twice in the head, inflicting fatal injuries. A Tender Bkin Is greatly injured by cheap adulterator toi- let soaps. Use Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet, the purest and best $1.25. ooinn at 95c: 500 nairs LLkV 'iSSSaS BttalSAflBSSjTOuHflSlSSjiaf'.' 'ERIDAY JEV33SIN"G, Jtffffi 1. 1888. Would You Believe The proprietor of Kemp's Balsam gives Thousands of Bottles away yearly? This mode of advertising would prove ruinous if the Balsam was not a perfect cure for Coughs and all Throat and Lung troubles. Sou will see the excellent effect after tak ing the first dose. Don't hesitate I Procure a bottle today to keep In j our borne or room for Immediate or future use. Trial bottle free at T. J. Casper's drug store. 1 east Main street Large size 50c and 31.00. Under the laws ot Iowa a railroad pas senger who sticks bis head nut of a car window and has it knocked off by a switch bar Is guilty of a misdemeanor, and can be sent to Jail for three months. Advice to Mothers. Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup, for chil dren teething, Is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians In the United States, and has been used for years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is Incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and wind colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price 25c a bottle. The New York Press club, 75 years old and with a membership of 400, Is moving for a house of Its own. Complexion powder Is an absolute ne cessity to the refined toilet In this climate. Pozzoni's combines every element of beauty and purity. 71m Mcrvt of my happlne ta. I b thrown away my old oUcunc ttnun, ana oatv W ATERPROOF BOOTS BEAUTIFULLY POLISHED WITHOUT LABOR. WolffsACMEBIacking Traduce a po&ih without tb old bntsh. and M eiU to a wk on '. aitrf lArr m tromr ko4. TOiytUcktooldwajiintheMdaytjof prvcnmt t Soli by Shoe Stores, Groom, Dmcifcsta, etc, WCLFF & RANDOLPH. PHIUDELPHUL THIS -VKKTC. 7 Tuesday. "Two Orphans " Wednesday Matinee. "Van. the Virginian." Wednesday night. "Esst Lynne." Thursday. "Danltes." .Friday. ".Monte Crlsto." Saturday Matinee "Fanchon. the Cricket." Saturday night. "Under the Oasllgbt." Admission. 10c. 30c and 30c. UNDERTAKING! P.A.Sehlndlerand J.W Coles, the oldest Un derrakers la the city, under the firm name ot SchlndlerA- Coles, have just received from Cunningham & Son, oj Rochester. X. Y.. one ot their finest Funeral Cars, and now have tut finest outfit In the city, and are prepared to do work at the lowest prices They can be todnd at their office, Xo. 21 Fisher street, at all hours of the day and night. Telephone No. 2S5. V. A. Schlndler'a Residence: No. 90 West High street. J. W.Coles's Residence; At Mrs. Folcer'a. It X o. 153 South Factory. -tuck- Is the Cheapest and Beit Inside Blind now sold; tobetouudonlyat m 61 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. TKtKPHONK 27 . Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE AND RESIDKNCE NO 7 BUCK INGHAM'S BLOCK. NIGHT BELL. TELEPHONE 423. Dr. Frank G. Runyan, DENTIST. Boonisln Bucklngham'sBulldlngiTaT aa-Muroni urc'iBtora rjossiaiananiion given o in meiret HAPPY! J-pJfei II N i i IN BY A LARGE MAJORITY! I am patronized by a large majority of tha young men, and very many of my old acquaintances, and why not? For a quarter of a century I have done a square and upright business, treating every patron politely and justly ; I have never resorted, to those deceptive tricks so commonly practiced by some dealers. My methods are always reli able and my store has the reputation of being a safe place to deal in. My stock of MENS, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS Is larger than ever before, and better values, in the shape of good, reliable clothing, at actual bargains, cannot be had anywhere. In spite of the extravagant efforts in other quarters, my trade is on the increase ; this is a straw which indicates the popular current of trade. Come and do your trading with me ; you cannot possibly do better. XsC SHOES FOR nf nkiirirnn' FinA Shoes for PEOPLE'S COLUMN. rVANftD ITANTED Persons giving banquets, recep l r tloDS. etc . are requested to call on or ad dress Mrs. Ssdte Banks. 141 Winter street. A competent and experienced corps of waiters always at command. 131a WAMED Persons selling out household goods to call on U. R. Tucker, regular auc tioneer, at KU west Main street, tor cheap prices. lat ITTANTtD A girl to do general housework IT Inquire of Mrs. F. M. Hasan. 34 west southern avenue, between Market and Cen ter. 128b tTTANTED-Lady, active and Intelligent, to If represent. In ner own locality, an old firm. Reference! required. Permanent posi tion and good salary. B Balnbrldge.Manager, 30 lteade street. New York. w ANTED Never purcnase real estate or loan money on real estate security, with out an abstr.ct of the title back to the gov ernment; prepared by A. Bradford, abstractor ot titles; office, room it. Arcade. Ihe only per son In the city who gives bis exoluslvo time andatten ton to preparing abstracts of titles and conveyancing. Jueeds and mortgages cor rectly.drawn. ITANTED People to get wedding, ball and It party cards. Invitations, programmes, menu cards and folders In endless variety and at popular prices. Done at J.T. Mitchell A' Co.. printers, 4 and 6 north Limestone street. llDbs UTANTED Muslo pupils wanted Call on or it address Miss Louie Zutaven, Room S, 113DS FOR RENT. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for gentle men; no children; no boarders; in healthy locality, with nice yard; references required. Address " 1'.." Republic office. 131a FOR RENT New bouse of six rooms to a small family: No. 16 W Southern avenue, near Market street; rentSlu Apply toWm S.Barker. No B. Main street. lab FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room, downstairs, suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen, south Factory street, next to Farm and Fireside. 127b' FOR RENT Desirable house ot 7 rooms, city water, good cellar, situated In center ot city. CalionMrs.J.D.Btewart. 66 N. Lime stone St. 124tf FUR SALE. Marvin's Oatmeal Wafers. FR SALE A good guitar, almost new. For particulars address A. M., Republic office. E0R SALE House and lot on north Farlow street just one square from street car. Will sell cheap, as I want to go to California. For particulars call at No. 52 north i arlow street. 1261' FOR SALE An excellent Cre proof safe, nearly new, at Carman's. 6b south Lime stone street. ljbt 70R SALE A first class fire proof safe at . halt value for cash, at Carman's. 123U FOR SALE Good covered spring wagon, cheap; must be sold. Call on Mrs. Ron man, Summer street, east of Kelly avenue. FOR SALE Second-hand bicycles, cheap. Call on or address D.U.01ds,No.S3 West Main street. Kfitt MONEY TO LOAN. MONET TO LOAN-Insums to suit, on first mortgage and good commercial naoer. Call and see us. Room No. l.Lagonda Bank building. George H. Coles & Son. Notice 1o Contractors. Notice Is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received at the office ot the City Clerk ot tbe City ot Springfield, Ohio, tor furnishing the material and doing the work ot grading and graveling Sheridan avenue from Forest avenue to Ludlow avenue, tn said city, according to the plans and specifications therefor, prepared by tbe city engineer and on file In his office tor Inspection of all persons desiring to make proposals. AH proposals must be on forms furnished by the engineer and must be signed by tbe full name of all persons Interested in tbe same, and shall also be signed by some respon sible disinterested person as a guarantee tbat a contract will be entered Into, provided said bid is accepted, and unit be on file with the city clerk on or before Friday, the 1st day of June. 1SJM. at 12 o'clock noon, to be opened and publicly read Immediately after 12 o'clock of said day. In tbe pretence ot the mayor, city engineer, assistant city engineer, and city elerk, or any two ot them, and reported to council at the next regular meeting there after. Tbe city council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals (or any reason it may deem sufficient. By order ol tke City Council. J. B. SUEWALTER, 119am City Clerk. Notice to Cart-Iron Ciatnstor. Notice It hereby given that sealed proposals will be received at the office at the city clerk of the city of Springfield, Oblo, for furnishing the city with cast-Iron culvert covers and erostlng plates, for one year trom date of con tract, at inch times and In such amounts as may be ordered by the committee on city Im provements of tbe city council. All proposals must be signed by the full name ot all persons Interested in tbe same, and shall alto be signed by some respon sible disinterested person as a guarantee tbat a contract will be entered Into, provided said bid Is accepted, and must be on file with the city clerk on or before Friday, the 15th day of June. 1888, at 12 o'clock noon, to be opened and publicly read Immediately after 12 o clock ol laid day. In the preseace of the mayor, city engineer, assistant city engineer, and city clerk.nrany two of them.and reported to coun cil at tbe next regular meeting thereafter. The city council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals for any reason It may deem sufficient. By order of the city council. 130am J. S. SHEW ALTER. City Clerk. f llcgiate red Trado Murk. IX&31 1 no btroDfrest, Chfp. ML and BeaE Fasten take's Belt StudJ lns fur Leather and Kuhbtr Belting; Be ware of iraudnlent and poor Imitations. onaenuiM vrithtmt thi '$ trade wiarkdtpio- jure on me p&ccage. Qresns.iWeei&Cc; S3 Chamber Br Nkw Tosk. . Patented JalyJT H. PdmcALLVctiBirn n Dr. Piwra'a 3r t marovtry. Thoiuuda of Mtlantt 1 OORlSnER, 3ULAJ3ST -AJSTT3 !&AJR,ICET STS LADIES, WORTH $1.25, GOING AT 98c 75c : 1.000 Women's. Misses' i i i irr-"i - ?; CLOSING OUT SALE OF MEN'S, BOYS'. AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING! Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods and Notions. Every article at a bargain; now is your chance to get goods at almost your own price. We've concluded 10 go Wes, and offer our entire stock regardless of cost. LESSlsTBR Sb SOIST, NO- 12 SOUTH MARKET STREET. MERCHANT XOXt. -GO I STYLES IN SPRING johu h:. -wriiSOisr, 28 EAST MAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD, 0, 1TEW DEEB7S nSTETW NECK "WEIAJR., NEW SGDTGH FUNNEL i PERCALE SHIRTS TODAY, -A.T- GUGENHEIMS CHAPMAN COAL CO, MINERS AND SHIPPERS OF JACKSON COAL. AST) DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF COAJL. -AJNX COBLE, DEAL IN NOTHING BUT IHE BEST. OFFICE, NO. 21 KELLY ARCADE. TELEPHONES N0S. 160 AND M ROGERS' CITRATE Superior to all Vro.lt Halt mud Minoral Waters For Induction. Dripepila, Headache. Coatlveneia. Prickly Heat. Tetter, Salt Rheum. Scarry and all dtseai ei ariitnx Irom a disordered condition ol tbe Stomach, Liver. Bowels. 'SSi TiLnrlM1Ju4Ini iyvricim dajm w r- MBBWiMTf pfCVMKUni cotn lu wiuuii : la. iuiiiri wvroranoreaiojLetuui try uoc SMS o-Ttertrxife '.OnwitA dl At lIsnTrtrvl fnvFfT.tYMvi" tin Mfit vmrnrvn HlrL. t&oam&d caem tfcf absolutely mrirt prmnatanlT r4 madbrokm down nrs tntka fall tskrnMBtnf pe-tVt and full MtnlyRtTencth&ad igardas RmIUv Ira tbos who niff r fras th m any obsnxr d tmaiwa TOTk.ortoofr9Inlaleac,wauktlit7ooMataa Tvar bum with Htatravtit of tow trtmbla, tad cot rrroua arjoa oj iniricTOCiaa .ti' "ww. rrLri um with Htatravtit of row troobls, ta U,PACXGFPa2!hIlhHirmiaa RUPTURED PERSONS can him FH NEW IWVEWTIOli m LACING. W.S. A. CORSET With sell adjnjtlngback can he changed from tight to loose fitting In five aecondi, without re moTln? from the person. NEVER Requlrea new Lace or Steels. Laeea will not SHOW THROUGH the DRESS. The healthiest, best-nt-tlng and most comforta ble Corset made. Tbe Self-Adluatlng Coraet Vo For sale by Henry M. Oldham Jfc Co.. Spring- neia. unto. T.ATiT-mn Do Your Own Djeinsj at Borne, wttti FBEn XaESfij 39"ST3E!S t They will dye everything. They are sold everywhere. Price toe a package. 10 colon. They have no equal lor Strength. Brightness. Amount In Packages or for Fastness of Color or non-fading qualities. They do not crock or smnt. For sale by V. AS. Contents. 167 West Main street; Adam Schmidt, 39 West Main street. Snrluefleld. Oh'n. DR. H. R. DOSCH, ARCADE DENTIST Operating Dentistry a Specialty." t Parlnra 11 and 1 ONE tpaca mfAtmmWFifo MaVfcalMAamWm JP -. - - tVfeaM A 12LE5EZ and Children's Slippers and Oxfords, worth 60c to 75c, Oxfords, 15 to 20 per cent. less TAILORING! TCBB TO- TES I ED 40 YEARS. BEST APERIENT KNOWN. Pleasant to tBe taite. Cooling Refreshing. Iavleotln. Adapt- LIIUIVCSDIIIO. I DRV In Mwdtr md f. - cent. 3rDon't 1 all to um it. PRICK. 3.1 CKNT8. MAGNESIA id u uoputoa ptccntMw HMMrnujtjip.iM AUUB boa ly Bis-i a to blaed th4x i m 11M t M1BJC KmT1Tifcrii a taa ytaaem.etmmmtmtm tnmtiknetiaijrrirtT fotsdal fWtlfrfia IMdnl tarfMfca&aa ., fappikMtoa to Ihf mt o f d im Hj ibmiS nnfuiiMif ftUwtthoBt delay. TaMutml "-f -'mrrmft rf lift in frm hr . nn nlini rinifiiliiiil HiiiniiiiMtwii1iaiiiiig imnaj TlEAlsUJir.---fa3Maay3.yT3Kai6. tten, 0 HAXRI3 REMEDY CO., sin Cram Trtai of o Aod-o- As for Trml BROWN, NUTRIA & PEARL WOOL, FUR 110 CLOTH G0.EBED PLUG HATS Picture of any candidnte inside. ORDER NOS7U-. WALTER BUHL & CO. DETROIT, MICHIGAN. ELIZABETH J). NOBLES, M. D. NO. 72 WEST HIU1I STREET. orricK HOUBS-Fro.a 10 a.m. to 2 p. 6J0 to 7:30 p.m. iJZyvx tKfc kk unjuiCE !&?Z?ljJew mr. wis rwvao (flM47w iaaamBv- m. EI OLD :El.:E)XjX.ajSXEl" PRICE CLOTHIER. - t than any house in Ohio.