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"mefift . jUBREBue, jggasBA? iviamro, jtoe smbp. ' '. ?jff Ik - .?. H ct 3 fr y itS' .4 " ' K? 1&' m m & Its i l I Br- -T. I, IS I 86- IS rf . I- If? KIRK'S 5f FLOATING SOAP -IS- THE CHIEF 4For the Batb, Toilet and Laundry. Enow Whits and Absolutely Pure. If TPOT dealer doc no keep Whit Cloud Soap. - Mod 10 cents Tor sample cake to the makers, " JRS. S. KIRK S CO., CHICAGO. -pHttgfuJU gUpublin THURSDAY EYENING.JUfiE 28.1888. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET Election Tuesday. November 6, 1SSS. For President, BENJAMIN' HARRISON, of Indiana ftf " r ForViee-rreildent. ' t LKVI P. MORTON, of New York. i . For Electors-at-Larce, . ; iABSALOM II. MATTOX. ol Hamilton. I. P. LAMPSON. ol Cuyahoga. KEPtJBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN, ol Scioto, Fc-r Supreme Judge, " JOSEPH J. BRADBURY, of Meigs. i For Member Board of Eublie Works, WELLS-S. JONES.-oIPlko. For Congress-Eighth Ohio District. R03ERT P. KENNEDY, ol Logan. For Judge of Common Pleas Court-Second Judicial District ) ' HORACE L. SMITH, of Greene. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. ' ' For Sheriff, "- A. J. BAKER. , For Treasurer, J, GEORGE W. COLLETT. - ? or Prosecutlne Attorney. ' CHASE STEWART. -? For County Commissioner, V- 1 R. N. ELDER. B For Infirmary Director, -" JAMES BUFORD. For Connty Surreyor, WILLIAM SHARON. HO Alt D or TRADE 3IEET1SO. Let there be a grand rally of men of all parties at the G. A. K. hall, on Market street, Friday evening, at 7 o'clock. The number of signers to the board of trade f constitution should be run up to a round five hundred on that occasion. We are to celebrate a Harrison semi-centennial, this year. The Harrison and Morton ticket doesn't create much enthusiasm among the democrats. The democratic campaign liar has been knocked out the first round. It will take him some time to get his wind In him again. Grover Cleveland Is already beaten. In . dlana, Xew Sort. Connecticut andlfew - Jersey and every northern state will cast their electorial votes for Harrison and Mor ton. Cleveland's postmasters will do well to refrain from being offensively partlsanjhis year. Their true policy Is to attend to their little old postoflices and keep out of poli tics. . The Judge Pnbllshing company. Si Tark Kow, New York; has brought out the best story of the season absorbing, wholesome and strong "Napoleon Smith" in an edl f Hon, in paper, of 50,000. The book was written by "a well-known New Yorker." It Is absolutely Immense. The Ohio Stale Journal, finds this in stance of History repeating ifeelf: Forty-eight years ago the political issues were essentially the same as today Pro ttctlon v. Free Trade. Harrison and pro tection earned the day then, and will tri umph this year by majorities corresponding with those of 18m. The Ohio Stole Journal corrects a false Impression, In the following: The wise fellows who predict the defeat of General Harrison because "no man who ever served in the senate has ever been elected president" are at fault as to thetr facts. Presidents Jackson, Harrison and .Buchanan each sen ed in the senate before they were promoted to the presidency. General Harrison never swore but once In his life. and. that was when he caught a Johnny" by the cuff of the neck and yanked him over a caisson. He said. "Come out of there, you Tebel." Youngstown Telegram, General Harrison didn't swear, even then. He "cussed," and he had a right to. It isn't wicked to say damn, according to Presbyterian theology, if you say It right. Let us have a republican mass meeting of the old sort In Springfield, with an at tendance of 100,000 men; after the style of 1840." Springfield with General Keifer, General BushneU, private citizen John Foos, and other leading Ohio republicans Is a republican center, and should take a leading part In the campaign. Gentlemen of the central committee, please paste this suggestion in your hats. "Mrs. Ben. Harrison was a very beautiful girl (at Oxford, Ohio), and she is now a very charming and delightful woman, at Indianapolis, Ind. As mistress of the White House, on and after the 4th of March, 1S8!, she will please everybody even the mugwumps, but her portraits will not appear upon tobacco and whisky show cards, posted on fences, barn doors and stables throughout the country. ot much I X11E OLD HOYS OF 1S40. There should be organized at once In Clark county a campaign club, to be com posed of all persona who, at any age, from 10 years upward, participated In the great and historical campaign of 1840, and helped by hurrahing, singing or voting, to elect the General Harrison of fifty years agd, and who now wish to do their full share in electing the grandson of the General Harri son of 1840, the great grandson of the Ben jamin Harrison of 1776, and the honored great, great, great grandson of the Harrison who was one of the judges who sent Charles I, lo the block. These are enough of these gray-headed boys of 1840 in Clark county to make a good-sized brigade, which would render good service in the campaign already up on, us. We call upon Colonel Harvey Vinal to mount a charger and to recruit and organ ize these old Tippecanoe boys Into a brig ade, and upon Benjamin Holloway, William C. Frye, Isaac B. Rawlins, NImrod Myers, and all others of their kind, to give him all necessary assistance. The Indianapolis Sews gives this para graph of great historical interest: The London PallMall Gazette "thinks Harrison has as much chance of becoming King of England as President" Jf the Qazctte mado Its comparison wittingly, it Is severe Indeed, for Harrison's grand father cut a big swath In England and like wise cut an English King's head off. It Is just about two and a quarter centuries ago since Major ueneral Harrison was hanged, drawn and quartered right on the spot where the recent Tratalgar Square riot was, for having been one of the judges who con demned Charles I. to be .beheaded, and for having been by Cromwell's appointment the commander who conveyed Charles I. from Westminster to White Hall to see that the job was well done. No, Harrison cer tainly wouldn't have the slightest chance to become King of England, were he a nom inee for that office. Wasn't the major general Gen. Ben. Harrison's great, great, great grandfather ? Let us hae the precise relation. The appointment of Dr. Henry H. Seys as health officer of this city was, In itself, an act full of promise. Dr. Seys has been a specialist In sanitary affairs for many years, and he has been universally known as a man of keen perception and undoubted courage which latter quality !was shown in the Union army, Dr.Seys having rendered very efficient service and acquired high rank. And Dr.Seys Is already vindicating the wisdom of the board of hea th and the city council in placing him in so Important a position, by giving his attet Hon to the matter In hand, and In acquiring practical information from various sources. If we do not have a clean and healthy city hence forth It will not be the fault of the health officer. He must have, however, the hearty co-operation of all good citizens Mr. F. B. Loomls, of the yimes-Star, Cincinnati, telegraphs this, aboi t Mr. Pat Ford, editor of the Irish World, Sew York. from Chicago: I asked Pat Ford, the editor of the Irish irorld, if Mr. Harrison could get any sup port outside of his own party. "Yes" said Mr. Ford, "He will be an attractive candi date. He Is a man whom everybody re spects. He Is sound on the tariff and will draw many Irish-Americans, to his stan dard. 1 think General Harrison can count on an Irish-American vote numbering many thousands. .Before he has been In the field a month he will find that be Is very pop ular with the foreign-bom population. The talk about his having voted in favor of Chinese Immigration Is mean and silly twaddle. He is an American and favors every policy that Is American in purpose and tone." This is vary significant, for Pat Ford has an Immense following. Our magnificent Major McKlnley said this, in his speech on the Mills tariff bUl: The hope of the country Is in the ballot The future and, as I conceive, the, welfare and progress of the republic, the future condition of the wage-earners, depend upon the issue to be settled in November. Ameri cans, native born and naturalized, who love their country, must be onguardTmthatday of supreme concern; it Is their day, their one great opportunity. Parties must be subor dinated to the great interests of the masses. o party necessity Is great enough to force Its adherents against its country's best In terests. I care not what In the future may be the party's name which stands for this system, which stands for the people, I will follow its flag under whatever designation or leadership, because it is my country's flag and represents its greatness and Its glory. Gen. Sheridan is about to take a trip to the seashore, his summer home at Non- qultt, Massachusetts. AH honor to the great cavalry commander, who has gained a new victory and new renown. A Madman at Lail He is a well known citizen, and his near est and dearest friends do not suspect bis insanity. How do we happen to know about it ? Listen; his appetite is gone, he is low spirited, be don't sleep well, be has night sweats, he is annoyed by a backing cough. These symptoms are the forerun ners of consumption and death, and yet he neglects them. Is it any wonder that we call hnn a madman ? If you are his friend tell him to get a bottle of Dr. Tierce's Gol den Medical Discovery without delay. It will cure him if he takes it in time. It will not miraculously create new lungs when the old ones are nearly gone, but it will re store diseased ones to a healthy condition. Tell him about it, and warn him that in his case delay means death. LACE CURTAINS. They are Cleaned and Jttade New by the Springllelcl Steam Dye Work.. Lace and damask curtains cleaned and renewed, and also tinted any desired shade without extra cost. This house handles and cleans lace curtaits costing from 5 to S20u 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. ariUSO FIELD STEAU 1JTK WORKS, 21 north Center street. Fastest Time Ever Made. We have just put on the fastest trains ever run from bprtngfield, via theLJJ. & W. route: Leave Springfield 10:30 a. m., arrive Chicago 920 p. m., 11 hours: leave Springfield 10.-25 a. in., arrive Kansas City 9:30 a. m., 23 hours; leave Springfield 10:25 a. in., arrive Omaha 737 p. m., 31 hours; leave Sprlnefield 10:25 a. m.. arrive Denver 5:00 p. m., 41 hours; leave Springfield 10.-25 a. m., arrive st Paul 0:30 p. m., sa hours; leave Springfield 10:25 a. m., arrive Min neapolis 7:10 p. m., 32 hours. Sure con nections, through sleepers and chair cars. only one change of cars to any of the above named points. For rates, tourists' tickets, guides and general Information call on or address C. L. Uilleary, ticket agent, Springfield, Ohio. 1. li. & W.Boute Uallettn: Tbe O. I. & W. wiU seU round trip tick ets at one fare for the round trip, July 3d and 4th, good returning to and Including trains of July 5th, 1888. C. L. HitXEAKr, Ticket Agent, .410 NEWS. tenia ot interest (lathered from Hockeys " Town.. CrwciKifii, Jnne 2S. Katie Stanbauch, a young German girl eighteen years of ;age, suicided by drowning herself in a cistern. No cause is assigned for the deed. Font Flay Feared. CmuicoTitE, June 28. H. H. Amos, member of the firm of Amos it Shields, at Uamden, came to this city June 18, and has not been seen since. Foul play is feared. Badly Injured. Stxubknvillx, June 28. While assisting in raising a barn on the farm of David Gott in Cross Creek township. David Long had his head badly cut and his spine seriously injured by one of the timbers falling on him. Arrested for Adultery. WashihoTos C. H , June 28. Perry Wil liams, of Iiloomincburg, this county, had Curley Cross, a barbar, arrested yesterday on a charge of adultery with the firmer1! wife. Cross was bound OTer to court, and in default of bail was remanded to jail. Mrs. Williams has heretofore borne a good reputation, A Terrible Fall. Saxxst, June 23. A little three years old child of Eli Spencer, who lives near Elkton, this county, fell through the great Elkton railroad bridge on the line of the Pitts burg, Marion and .Chicago railroad. The child, 'Anna, and her father were among others who had gone to see the bridge, and by soma means the little one slipped, be tween the ties and fell about one hundred feet When picked up she as unconscious, but soon revived and did not seem much injured. Fourth Dlitrict Republican Judicial Conrentlon. CniMjcoTHE, June 28. The Republican Judiciai convention of the Fourth circuit, composing the counties ot Athens, Brown, Galia, Highland, Hocking. Jackson, Law rence, Meigs, Monroe, Pickaway, Pikt, Ross, Scioto. Clinton, Washington and Adams met here yesterday. The following candidates were placed in nomination: R. Destiguer, of Athens; D. M. L. Louden, of Brown; Cyrus New by, of Highland; D. A. Russell, of Meigs, and C. A. Sibley, of Washington. The first ballot resulted: Destiguer, 24 Jf; Louden, 18K; Newby, 18; RusseIL21; Sibley, 14. The counties stood by their favorite sons, and the C4th ballot resulted: Destiguer, 31; Louden, 16; Newby, 14; Russell, 38. As there was little or no prospect of a nomination, and a ratification meeting of Harrison and Morton had been announced, the conven tion adjourned until to-day. Owing to the large number of visitors from other counties present, a large crowd collected at the Court House. ' Trouble, of a Kallroad. FiifDLAY, June 28. Last week the North Chicago Rolling Mill Company sued the New York, Mahoning fc Western Railroad in the United Court to recover $G3,000 worth of of iron, which had been delivered, but not paid for according to contract, and the court gave the rolling mill company pos session again of the rails, which were loaded upon flat cars preparatory to being hauled back to Chicago, but the Mahoning people locked the switch on the cars and blocked on engine at each end of the train, defying the attempts to haul the rails away. As the rolling mill people could not carry the rails away ou wheelbarrows, and could not throw the obstructing engines into the ditch, they made an appeal to the law. Yesterday, JudgS) Jackson, in the United States Court ordered United States Marshal Wade to eo down to the scene of the trouble, borrow a locomoth e, hitch it to the dead engines, draw them out of the way, take out the cars loaded with steel rails, and re store them to their rightful owners. What the next move of the railroad company wiU be cannot be determined, but rocky times for the ereat trunk line! seem to be just aneaa. Ohio Flaabe.. A bank is to be started at Cedarrilla with a capital of $50,000. The Hockinc Valley Ohio Editorial Asso ciation met at rortsmouln. Manda Grimes, locked up for being drunk and disorderly, hanged herself in her cell at the jJayton station bouse. WHO WILLREPRESENTGENERAL HAR RISON I He D.nle. That Colonel Dudley 1. HI Choice. Chicago. June 2s. A local paper says: General Harrison has chosen Colonel W. W. Dudley. ex-Pension Commissioner, as his personal representative on the Repub lican xtauonai .executive iximmiitee. vra beinc notified of his nomination. General Harrison telegraphed Colonel Dudley, who was Here, to straigiiicn up nis Dusmess so as to take chanre of the campaign. Colonel Dudley, appreciating the honor and the amount ot labor involved, replied inat ne was readr to obev orders and he will be Secretary of the Republican National 'Ex ecutive Committee. John C. New, who has jointly with him managed Harrison's cam paign thus far, will also be a member of Executive Committee, of which J. S. Clark son, it is conceded, will be chairman. Just who will be made chairman of the Na tional Committee is not known. Denial of the Report. Ismakafolis, Isd , June 23. The Chi cago dispatch saying that Ueneral Harrison had selected Colonel Dudley as his personal representative on the Republican National Executive committee was shown to the General bv a renorter. w ho asked him as to the authority of the report General Har rison said: "There is no truth in the re port I have had no communication with Colonel Dudley since he went to Chicago as to the particular matter in question. There has not only been uu determination arrived at, but no conference held." A PYROMANIAC." A Charleston Woman Arrested for Try. Ins to Bum the Town. Chablzstox, S. C, June 23 Anderson.a town in the upper part of the State, has been much exercised over repeated efforts to burn the town for several months past liatantipae vam amnlniroil n In vaotimlta sCKwit4 nuc (iui'iuj tu iu iuivJiin" and yesterday they caused the arrest of Mrs. M. K, Keese, who has been one of the mast respected ladies of the place, accusing her ot tne crime. Mrs. iv.eese is connected wiui several of the most prominent families in the State. Her arrest has produced asensa tion. The detectives say she is the author of all the attempts to burn the town. They claim that is due to a mania to see flames and not to any criminal Intent. The sen sation of the morning was heightened last evening by the arrest of Gu-tave Frank, of the Pinkerton force, charged with an at tempt to suborn witnesses in the case Frank is the dVtecth e who w orked up the recent insdmnce fraud cases in Charleaton. A most sensational case is now entered for trial, as the friends and relatives of Mrs. Keese will spare no money to secure her acquittal. They already have Piiikerton 1 work on the case. Interested People. Advertisine a patent medicine In the pe culiar way In which the proprietor of Kemp's Balsam, for coughs and colds, does It Is indeed wonderful. He authorizes T. J. Casper, druggist 41 east Main street, to give those who call for It a sample bottle free, that they may try it before purchas ing. The large bottles are 50c and $1. We certainly would advise a triaL It may save you from consumption. lookout Mountain. The memorable heights ot Lookout no longer need a toilsome climb to reach them. Everyone familiar with the famous battle fields about Chattanooga wiU be interested In the announcement of the Queen and Crescent route (Cincinnati Southern rail way and associate roads) that on May 27th, 28tb and 29th excursions at the very low rate of One Cent per mile will be run to Chattaaooga f or 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 tho summit from Cincinnati via (jueen and Crescent route without change. For any details needed address nearest coupon ticket agent, or N. C. Kerr, traveling passenger agent, Cincinnati. stofl Mot easily Disturbed. t once Inew a sum whose namo was Com fort Israel Black. He was an exact coun terpart of his name. It was not so much his oddity that puzzled me, but how bis parents knew jsst what to name him. They cer tainly did not unless on general principles; totbat 1 have been driven to the conviction that a greet many peculiarities are the result of the names given to children. What oight Comfort Israel Slack to have beenf Slack enough, to be rare; easy, unruffled, slow, do deliberate, never quite up to time, unambi tiousbut be should be pious, comforting, gentle and goody good. Ail this he was. He was too slack to halloo when in imminent danger of drowning, and the result was he was only rescued by accident "Boys," he said, "I think mayl e the water is too too deep, and 1 g!eas"--and then a gurgle, and down he went Borne of us dragged him out and .lapped the life into htm just in time. A bouse being on fire. Comfort was sent to rouse the neighbors. He went to one door, rapped, and waited a reasonable time ; rapped again, and in half an hour roused them. He then began: "I am sorry to trouble you at this time of night, but Mr. Bristol's house is on fire." What shall, wo do with such fellows? They weave Into the warp of society as loose yarn, and death has no trouble in pulling them out They generally die of inanition. But the charm of them is there is no such thing as friction in their makeup. They can- not be provoked cannot be irritated. We are a nervous race, getting more nervous, but the Comfort Israel, look up surprised and wonder at the possibility of an insult disturbing you. M. Maurice, 1L D. Diphtheria Caneht from Rabblta. Two children ot M. J. Rogers, of Toronto, were during the last winter stricken with malignant diphtheria. Ono succumbed to the dread disease, and the other, after the most skillful and careful Treatment recov ered, ilr. Rogers had at the time on his premises a large number of English rabbits. When the disease broke out In the household they ono by one by got sick and died. Tho owner never dreamed of the animals being affected by the same disease from which his children were suffering, and be was in so much trouble that he did not devoto time to investigate the cause of their death. Hut when tome of the last rabbits died Mr. Rogers mode an examination, and on open ing their mouths found their throats sore, the tongue thickly furred and the roofs catered with the same membrane as that in the months of the children who bad suffered with diphtheria. He mentioned the fact to Dr. TyrilL who was attending the children at the time, and the physician, on looking into the cose and examining the rabbits, af firmed that they had died of diphtheria. Toronto Globe. A Critical Surgical Operation. Dr. Ernst FleischL, professor of physiol ogy in the University cf Vienna, who was one ot the Austrian commissioners at the Philadelphia exhibition, recently submitted to one of the most curious surgical opera tions on record. In consequence of blood poisoning from a dissection, he had been for years a sufferer from excruciating neuralgic pains, accompanied by swellings. Tho emi nent surgeon. Professor Billroth, had failed to give permanen; relief by repeated opera tions, and finally gave up the case. Recently Billroth' assistant Dr. Gersuny, called his attention to a similar case on record in which a cure had been achieved by a resection of the diseased nerve and the substitution of the corresponding nerve of a rabbit Pro fessor Billroth urged Dr. Fleischl to assent to a like operation, which Dr. Gersuny performed with complete success, Boston Transcript rruarc In the Dark Continent News from Stanley locates him near Lake Mvutan and all right But the actual knowl edge of his movements fs nearly six months old. Slow and unsatisfactory as this is, one has only to compare a recent map of Africa with one published thirty years ago to see bow amazing has been the opening of the dark continent We now have a fairly ac curate topographical knowledge of three fourth of what was then "unknown land." That it is a rich, fertile, weU watered conti nent we know with no more irreclaimab'e deaart than any of the other continents. It i not a too sanguine forecast that sees Africa, 100 years from now, belted with rail roads and telephones, and tie. home of high civilization. We shall probably soon hear from Stanley as all right and communica tion established with Emin Bey. Globe Democrat Substitute for a Noret A Bangor young woman one Saturday evening went into a book store and asLed the clerk, whom she knew well, to pick her out a good novel to read next day. The novel was selected, and te clerk deftly substituted for it a, New Testament, made a neat package and thought that he had played a good Joke on the girl. On Monday morning he heard from the jcko. The young woman entered the store vwy white in the face and bongd tho Testament down on tho counter. 'Td have thrown that in the fire," she said, "if there had been any way in which I could havexuade you pay for it I'll never buy a cent's worth of you again, so there. Give me the book I "bought on Saturday," and then she flounced out New York Sun. Science Impoeed Upon. On AH Fools' day a New Orleans newspa per printed a detailed and interesting ac count ct a remarkable pocket telephone that bad been invented by a "young electrician in that city. The article, although written en tirely as a joke, found its way as a serious matter in the columns of several highly re spectable scientific Journals, and a number ot wealthy corporations wrote to agents In the city authorizing them to begin negotia tions for the purchase of the invention. De troit Free Press. An Old Prayer Book. One of the valuable curiosities which Min ister Anderson brought with him from Den mark on his return to this country is an old Danish prayer book that was beautifully printed by hand long before the days of Gutenburg. The vellum pages are bond aomely Illuminated by gold and colors and a number of excellent illustrations adorn it The book is supposed to dato from the Four teenth century. Brooklyn Eagle. Stern -Joatice In England. English magistrates nave sent to jail for thirteen days an old man who was convicted of having trundled an empty barrel along a gravel footpath of a country road where be would have Interfered with foot passengers if there had been any anywhere about to be Interfered with, which the evidence showed there, were not The regular roadway had just been laid with broken rock. Chicago Herald. A Kara Sight A rara avis, in the shape ot an intoxicated Chinaman, was seen on Broadway the other Sunday night He stalked along, singing a Chinese song at the top ot his lungs. A few feat ahead of him was a companion, who looked funum! at his countryman's conduct Now York Evening World. The Indians ot the North Atlantic coast had a habit of clipping the entire head, with the exception of a scalp-lock just at the top, though not Infrequently the sav age beau, instead of clipping, would per manently destroy the growth of hair on all portions of the head, except the apex of the cranium, by pulling out the hairs by the roots and rubblne ashes or some other strong alkali on the skin to destroy the growth. A young lady of Chicago amuses herself with humming birds 'as pets. They build their nests In the lace curtains, and have raised little families In the parlor. There are plants for them to fly about in, and every day the florist sends a basket of flow ers for them to extract the honey from. They an like little rainbows flying about the room, and they light on the head of their dainty mistress with perfect freedom. TRY IT ONCE. 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J). 1 purchased one-half dozen bottles, and to my utter surprise after using three or four bottles my girl's leg was entirely healed. I also had a very ugly run ning sore on the calt of my Ie,c and one bottle cured It after having tried all other reme dies. I wish you much success, and 1 do hope that all suffering humanity may Hear and be lerelnthe only true blood purifier. 1 b'.jc rled three or four other purifiers, but he U.B. B.ls the only one that ever did me or mine any good. Voucanuse my name If you wish, i am well knownln this and Wash ington county, also all over Virginia. K. S. Euov. Blood Taint from Birth. Boowillz. Id., January 25. 1S87. I shall ever praise the day that you gentle men were born, and sball bless the day that your medicine was known to me. I had blood poison from birth, and so much so that ail the doctors of my town said I would be crippled for life. They said 1 would lose my lower limb. I could not stand In my class to recite my lessons, and eleven bottles of your Bilm cured me sound and well. You can use my name as you see fit. In ray case, there were knots on my shlnbones as large as a hen's egg. Yours, Mirtlc 31. Tassia. This for Fun. All who desire full Information about the cause and cure of Blool Polsuns, Scrofula and bcrofnlou dwellings. Ulcers. Sores, Rheuma tism, Kidney Complaints. Catarrh, etc.. can secure by mall, free, a copy of our 32-page Illustrated Book of Wonders, filled with the most wonderful and startling proof ever be fore known. Address. Blood Baui Co.. Atlanta. Ga. Advice to Mother.. Mrs. WInslow's Soothing Syrup, forcbU dren teetbiug, is the prescription of one of the best female nurses and physicians In the United States, and has been used for years with never-falling success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething Ita 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. Fonrth of July Excursion Rate.. Excursion tickets will be sold between all ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines west of Pittsburg, on July 3d and 4th. good to return until July 7th, Inclu sive, at one fare for the round trip. No excursion tickets will be sold to adults at less than twenty-five cents, nor to children at less than fifteen. The Krte Itailway. The Erie railway is prepared to offer In ducements to those who contemplate at tending the Soldiers' Reunion at Gettys burg, Pa. Tickets for the round trip will be sold at one first class limited fare, good going on June 30, July 1, 2 and 3, and re turning July nth, inclusive. For comfort and good service take the Erie. For tickets and full particulars call on J. D. Phleger or C. J. McCarthy, agents Erie railway. I. B. & W. Koute Bulletin. The O. I. A W. railway will sell round trip tickets every Sunday at one fare for tho round trip, to points on this line. Tick ets good on all trains leaving Springfield after 6 p. m. Saturday, returning on trains leaving Springfield at 2:05 a. m. Monday, and No. 6, lea ing Peoria at 2:30 a. m. fol lowing Monday. C. L. Uilliart, Ticket Agent C.8.& C. Koute Bulletin. The C. S. & C. will sell round trip excur sion tickets to all points on its lines at one fare for the round trip, July 3d and 4th, good returning up to and including July 5th, 1S88. C. L. HiLLEAitr, Ticket Agent Be Line Holiday Bate.. The C. C. C. & It- Railway company will sell excursion tickets at one fare for the round trip, good going July 3d and 4th and good returning until July 7th. inclusive. These tickets will be sold between all sta tions. On July 4th tha great Cincinnati exposition will be opened with a grand in dustrial parade. The sight will bo one of a life time. This wiU be a good time to go to Cincinnati on a cheap rate. Geo. II. KxiaiiT, Ticket Agent It is reported from the sea shore resorts that the blue fish are running. Too badl who has frightened them? This is hardly an Inland joke. CONSTIPATION IS called the "Father of Diseases," because there Is no medium through which disease so often attacks the system as by the absorp tion of poisonous gases in the retention of de cayed and effete matter In the stomach and bowels. It Is caused by a Torpid Liver, not enough bile being excreted from the blood to produce nature's own cathartic, and Is gener ally accompanied with such results as Loss of -Appetite, Sick Headache. Bad JJreath, etc The treatment of Constlpationdoes neteon stst merely in nnloading the bowels. The medicine must not only act as a purgative, but be a tonic as well, and not produce after Its use greater costlreness To secure a regular habit of body without changing the diet or dlsorganlzlngthesystem. "My attention, after suffering with Consti pation for two or three years, was called to Simmons Liver Regulator, and. having tried almost everything else, concluded to try It I first took a wlneglassful. and afterwards re duced the dose to a teaspoonf ul as per direc tions, after each meal. I found that It had done me so much good that I continued It un til I took two bottles, blnce tben I hare not experienced any difficulty. I keep It in my house and would not be without it, but have no useforlt.lt having eured me." Otoaas . Sims. Assistant Clerk Seperlor Court. Bibb eounty.Ua. TAKE OXLT THE GENUINE, Which has on the Wrapper the red 25 Trade mark and Signature of J. H. ZJEILIN fc CO. DUTCHEB'3 FLY KILLER CERTAIN DEATH. No hunting with powder and gun as for squirrels, only to stuplfy them. "No lingering death on the sticking plaster. Flies seek It. drink and are KILLED OUTRIGHT humanely, so aulcklv they cannot get away. Use it freely. Prevent reproduction, secure serene peace and quiet. Always ask for DUICUKK'S. lor sale everywhere. I prescribe and tally .a done Big U a. tbe oalr apedflc forthecettalacnr. of this dlaease. O. U.IOIlAltAM.M. D, Amsterdam, If. V. We have sold Big G for many year., and it baa St.d is. DMt ox aaiu ctlon. D.ItDYCIIEaCO.. Cmcaio. lit aartlSl.CO. Sold by Druggist FOUHTAIK K,.Arrxjs FINE CUT AND PLUQ Incomparably the Baatu ammWk'S' Hri TO S DATSV 4iVSJlBaum.tM4 M Ml Izl Bli 111, i CI w-.MlrByta UUlcl Qssial 9s. eaaBBWlXVl U.Sa?SSJSSP nr. mfrrs na? visit ta -"- ......-. ai me si. jamei hbtpi. mm A.. mt a Mm. Superior Street, next to Postoffice, Cle.clani 0. Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood DtMses Socceaafnlly treated upon The Latest Scientific Principleg. Dr. Albert 2ia attalae ike aaoet wonaerfal success in the treatment of tne cases to whlcQ be devotes kls special attention, and tbroaxh years of patient labor and re search he has discovered tbe most Infallible method of curias general wsakBess, Involuntary discharges., ImpoUney, nervous news, confusion or ideas, palpit ation of the heart, timidity, diseases of the throat, nose and shin, aJTectlons of the liver, stomach and bowels these ter rible disorders that make life a miserable existence and render Imc marriage impossible. Marriage. Harried persons or young men contemplating marriage, aware of Physical Weakness or any other disqualifications speedily relieved. Be who places himself snder tho care ofDB. ALBERT may confide In bis honor as n gentleman, and confidently rely U r as an 3 2 -a Co 11 tvo C9 upon his skill as m physician. J5s CTCTESE -TJFJiJ&:EZL2X'rJZE'lD- Persoas Ruined ted in Health by Unlearned Pretenders who keep Month after month, clvlnc Poisonous and Inji Compounds, should Apply Immediately. them REMARKABLE CORES l - .rams, bat when conabls personal eeassiunoa possible personal CCIABLK CASES SUAKIKTIXB. 1J1U. lea. asfsaa AaaiCU SSSS-m . smaawawsmmmsmunnwanmmanws. n , da-Cases and correspondence SacredlyjCoaMfHtal. .TrVtanonts0aUC.B. to any part of the United States. Assignee's Sale of Real Estate. In pursuance of the order of the Probate Court, of Clark county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction on Saturday, the Stat day ot July, A. D.,1888, at 1 o'clock p. m . at the court house. In said county, the following described real estate situate In the county of Clark and state of Ohio, to-wlt: Being parts of lota numbered 162 and 163 In Demlnt's addition to the town now city of Springfield, beginning at tbe southeast corner of said lot No. 162 being the northwest corner of the Intersection of Main and Mechanic streets; thence with the north line of Main st. north 88 V5 degrees, west K feet; thence north I'A degrees, east 113 feet; thence east parallel with Main street 6o!i feet to the west marginal lino, ot Mechanic street; thence south along the west line ot Mechanic street 113 feet to the plaee-of beginning, reserving a strip of land oil ot the north end ot said prem ises 12 feet In width used as a private alley by the owners of the adjoining land on each side of said private alley. Being the same premises conveyed to E. IL Stewart by Samuel and Elizabeth Cochran by deed dated December Xth. 1878, volume 70. page 91, Deed Records Clark county, Ohio. Appraised at 112)00. Terms of sale Cash. CHASE STEWART. USo Assignee, Notice to Engine Builders. Wiita Woaxs Ori-ics. 1 SrsixaniLD. C. Afay 16,1883. Fealed proposals will be received by the trustees of the water works of the city ot Springfield. Ohio, at their office In said city, until 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, tbe 28th day ot June. 1888. for oae pumping engine, with capacity to pump five million gal lons ot water per 24 hours, against a resistance for current service, ot equal to ninety (90) pounds per square Inch, with ad ditional strength to work against a fire pres sure ot one hundred and fifty (150) pounds. Ueneral specifications, forms of proposal and forma of contract will be furnished from and after the th day of June. 1888. Bids will alto be received at the same time and place for one non-compound, non-condensing, direct-acting pumping engine now at the pump house of said water works, either for the purchase of said engine separately, or In part payment tor the new engine. The trustee, hereby reserve the right to reject any or all bids or to accept such type of engine as in their judgment will be best adapted to the services required, evenlt It be not the lowest in price. 8.COWYN. JOHN H THOMAS. C.NAOEL. Trustees of Water Works. J. D. Cook, consulting engineer, Toledo. O. SraiHonxu.0May29.188S. 120U if gal Notice. Notice Is hereby given that the trustees ot the First Orthodox-Congregational Church ot bprtngfield, Ohio, a corporation duly Incorpor ated under the laws ot Ohio, have filed In the court ot common pleas of Clark connty, Ohio, their petition In behalf of said corporation, praylnglor authority to tell and convey, tor a nominal consideration, by deed of quit claim, to the Lagonda Avenue Congregational Church ot Springfield. Ohio, a corporation duly incor porated under the laws of Ohio, the following described real estate, situate In the county of Clark, state of Ohio, and In the city of bprtng field. and more particularly bounded and de scribed as follows: Being that part ot lot number twenty-four hundred and sixteen W11A f,,ln. flrtv I1 fact nn T.Ain.t lvann. and extending bsckhe same width one hnn-1 area ana cweDtT nre vasi iees. iae ma 101 r. InesoDuaibervdsiid deslssated en a put of t.ta l.lrf n k. ha sss.ntnH Hl ke,n A VCmtw der and recorded In the Book of Plats volume vta iam vut ui iuc caciu.via vi -uu a - 1. naae Iff in the Mat records ol Clark conn ty. Ohio, and being the same premises con veyed to saia nrst urinoaox uongregauonai church by deed of James U. Nelson and wile, dated August 30. 1884. and recorded In volume 84. naee 622. deed records. Clarkveonntr. Ohio. The petition will be for hearing on or after juiy ijm. WILLIAM CONKLIN. CHARLES H.PIERCE. UKORdED. GRANT. O N BARTHOLOMEW. MARTIN M. GRANT. Trustees. Wm. M. Rocxtu Attorney. 130r ILiaaiK Brooks, Plaintiff. vs. lfatRT Brooks. Defendant. Said defendant, Henry Brooks, whose place ot residence is unknown, will take notice that said nlalntiff. Harriet Brooks, did. on the9tkdayot May. A. D. 1888. file her peti tion in tne-omeeoitneierKoitneiunoi Common Pleat. within and for the connty ot Clark and state of Ohio, charging said Henry Brooks with willful absence for three years last past, and asking that she may be divorced irom saia uenry nrooas. wmen petition win stand for healing after six weeks publication hereof. Haaairr Baooxs. By W.S. Newberry, her attorney. May 9. 1883. 112th Do not boy nT more "Poor Robber hose," but put yoar moier U the "Spiral" Cotton Hose. tighter, Cheaper and better than tbe best rubber hose. Made on the same principle as the ruDber llned hose used In Fire Departments, which last for years. The cotton duck used in all rubber boss draws In water, wherever exposed, as a wick absorbs oil. and being confined by rubber, gen erates a sulphurous gas, quickly destroying the best rubber hose. The "Spiral" Hose having no outside covering to imprison the moisture, will dry like a towel. There are Imitations, so buy only that which has one red line running through It. and which Is branded "Spiral" patented March 30, '80. It your dealer does not have It In stock, lethimgetit. ., . , . bamplt vuxtUUtoanjadareuortixcfrtU. B0ST0K W0 YES HOSE COSoleM'i'a 231 SivovSHiax Stairr. Bosvoir. Miss. 222 Lau SisxxT, Caicaoo. snrinnflflin. i mirnnAV. juna ih7 --i JBaa Mma . .. wr J,"-.-, J, J - El Organal Weakness mmeaiaieiy earea ana lull vigor rcstoredt Thte distressing aSaUc tion which readers life a burden and marriage impossible Is the oaalty paid by tho victim of imprudence. Consult BB, AL BERT at once and yon will find tho sympathy and relief that yoa positively reealre. Nervous Debility. TTf from this dlstromtna; disorder, the symptoras of which are a dull and unsettled mind, which unfits them for tho per formance of their bn.la.ss and (metal dalles, snakes happy marriages lmposaibls, distresses the action' or the heart, causes Bashes of boat, evil forebodings, rawardigereams.short breath logs, tiring easily of company, with a prefreenee to be alone, feeling as tired In the marnlng as onr retiring, white deposit in urine, nervousness, inmauas, watery and -weak eyes, dyspep sia, constipation, pain, and weakness in limbs, etc., should consult DR. ALBEKT Immedi ately and be restored to health. TrlOlDs; with lurlOBS S5 - - n 1. luer.umi. RH An Ordinance To amend sections five and nine of an ordi nance entitled "An Ordinance relating to sidewalks, public highways, etc." Passed May 31st. 1880. 8ictio I. Be It ordained by the council of the dry oL Springfield. Ohio. That sections five and nine of an ordinance entitled. "An Ordinance, relating to sidewalks, publlo highways, etc." passed May 31st. 1880. be so amended as to read as follows: Sic . Tbe city clerk shall keep a full and detailed record of all assessments, notices Is sued, or other proceedings had under and by virtue of the provisions ot this ordlnance A1I sidewalks shall correspond with the grade established by the council, and shall lnellne or slope tiwards the curbstone or outer side, not exceeding three-fourths or less than one half inch to the foot. All brick sidewalks to be laid on four Inches of gravel and sand, and the coating ot gravel of allgraveled sidewalks shall be not leas than six Inches thick. Sic 9. All curbing shall be ot stone not less than five Inches thick, nor less than eighteen Inches wide, and shall be the same width throughout the whole length, nor less than three feet long. Shall be bush hammered on top with three-quarter Ineh flat tool-draught on upper edge of face: shall Be fiat toe! or erandled dressed ten Inches down on street side and three Inches down on sidewalk side, the ends to be pointed ten Inches down so that when set the joint will not be greater than one-quarter Inch. All curbing shall be set In gravel, settled In place with pavers' rammers, and the gravel in front and rear tamped with a heavy tamper to the rail depth ot stones. There shall be six Inches of gravel under aU gutters, and when completed they shall be rammed to grade with heavy hand rammers, and shall be covered with one-half Inch In depth ot coarse sand or gravel. AU work to be set to stakes given by City Engineer and subject to his approval or rejection. Sic. 2. Said original sections five and nine are hereby repealed. And this ordinance shall take effect from the earliest period allowed by law. - Passed by council June 26, A. D. ISSS. JAMES A. DICUS, President. Attest: J. S.SHrr AMIS. City Clerk. 153m Sheriff's Sale in Partition. Pursuant to the command of an orderot sale In partition from the court of common pleas ot Clark county. Ohio, and to me directed and delivered. I will offer for sale at public auc tion on the premises, on west Jefferson street, in the city ot Springfield, Clark county, Ohio, on -Saturday. July 21st, A. D, 1888. at 1 o'clock p. m., the lands and tenements la said petition described, to-wlt: Situate In the county ot Clark, and state aforesaid and In the city ot Springfield, and bounded and described as follows, viz: Being lot No. 401 In James Lowry's addition to tne town (now city) of Springfield. Beslnnlng at the south aide st the Little Miami railroad 3 rods from the the west line ot said lot No, 401. running thence south through the middle ot said lot No. 401 to a right of way heretofore granted to James Leffel and others: thence east along said right of way 3 rods to the line dividing lots Nos. 461 and 400: thence north to said roadithenee west to the plaee of begin ning. Also another part of sail lot No. 481 and part' ot lot No. 400 and described as follows: Beginning at the south-east corner of lot deeded by Bdward Snowden to Clark: Law rence, running thence east with an alley fifty six feet, mora or less, to the south-west corner ot lot 400; thence north with tbe west line ol said lot No. 400 twenty-nine feet: thence east twenty-four feet: thence north twenty-nine feet to the right ot way to tbe north east cor ner oi said uwienee lot: tnence south arty- eight feet to the place of beginning: aald t itu.j i'i.ii .iw. iuu , mo lone-tnlra eua,on-tDlrd t none year and one- 'third lit tWA Yin. nfrrrd tlTTnnt tiw bear 6 per cent, per annum Interest front day ef tale, and to be secured by mortgage on the premises told. Said premises to be told by orderot the court Of Common Pleas of Clark County, Ohio. In case No. 9119. wherein lluldah E. Echard la petitioner and EliiaU.Relf snider, et aL, are defendants. Wiluak B. Basxa. Sheriff Clark County. Ohio. J. L. Zixxiaif tx. Attorney. Sheriff's Sile. Pursuant to the command of an exm Hon ot tale. Issued from the court ot coram Dleas of Clark eonnrr.Ohio.and to me direct and delivered. I will offer for sale it publ: auction, at tne souin uoor oi tne court noni of said county; in the city ol Springfield. Oh! on Saturday, July 14, A. D. 1888. at 1 o'clock p. nt., the following desert: mortgaged Dremlses. towlt: Situated In the county ofClaik. In the ta: ot Ohio, and In the township ot Sprlagfleli anaineiuaea witnin ine present limits springoeia at extended. Deing partoi southwest anarterof section twentv-fonr town five (5). range nine IS). M. R.8.. and lng lot number two (2) and lot number four asrthe same are designated and described Burnett's niat of anb-dirlslon of lot. at 1 gonda. recorded In Plat book No. 2, page uiant oouniy reconiox piats. Said above-described premises annralsed follows: Lot number four at 9175.(10; lot nura oer two atwuuw - Bald above described Dremlses to be sold erderof the eonrt of common nleas of Clark: county, Ohio. In ease No.l .115. wherein Honors Wood, executrix of Isaac C Wood, deceased. It plaintiff and Lake Franklin et al. are de fendants. " Terms of sale One-halt cash on day of sale. and the res14ueiayable one year after date with Interest and secured by mortgage on the premises Sold.' - WILLIAM 3. BAKER. Sheriff - Of Clark County. Ohio. Goods & Scorr, Attorneys. 142o -- ,Sberia" Sale. Pursuant to the command of an execution of sale Issued from the court of common pleas ot Clark county. Ohio, and to me directed and delivered,"! will offer for sale at public auc tion at the santtt"door of the court house of said county. In the city of Springfield. Ohio, on Saturday. July 14. A. D. 1888. at one o'clockrp.m.. the following described mortgagedrpremlies. towlt: Biioaiea in we county ei vistk. in tne state of Ohio. and. In the dtr of Springfield, and being lot number two thousand six hundred ana seventy-nine iao.sj, as numnerea ana designated on a plat ot lots laid out by H. J. Miller and.B..R.Hotsenplller. in addition to the said city of Springfield. Ohio. Bald above described Dremlses acDralaed at 13X0000. - Said above described premises to be sold by order of the court ot common pleas of Clark County. 01116. In .case No. 9,151. wherein Atahel Franklin Is plaintiff and Eudora Stewart, et ah. are defendants. xenntoi sale casn. WILLIAMS. BAKER. Sheriff of Clark county, 01.1 o. Hiats & Eton, Attorneys. U2o -tSBSS IS ul s 1 -t li 9wf J awsVr tnawK I 34samH ,a w 1 oaMK .anB ream " - & M . . .. i J m "Taaimi ifi m ! aiai.. laise .ism aw ie,M Sp -- s. i n l ws.J .1 as.au I k . Ispis'ltf h i m aiSawsVT n"uVi.SM-"l- IT M. ' ti-it-r. a erawsaiifc ! 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