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GLOBE REPUBLIC. 'IHUkSDAY EVENING, APRIL 1G I88b
DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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NOTICE IO EASTERN ABVEBTE5KBS.
Mt H. C. Sstdke, 2S rark Bow, Kew York, is
the Globs-Bepcbuc's special repreeentaUTe, to
whom 1I Extern adtertlsina; business, mnit be
1IWRSDAT EVESIXO. APRIL 16.
The Cincinnati postoffise will be moved
into the new government building April
Chicago is in such a bad moral and po
litical condition, just now, that it is about
as much as a man's life is worth to put on
a clean shirt.
New parties are now in control of the
Washington (D. C.) Evening Critic and
the paper has been enlarged and im
proved. The French should be universally com
mended for retiring from Madagascar. M.
Brisson, the new Premier, seems to have
a heart as well as a head.
President Eliot says that, without special
extravagance or fast living in any way, a
Harvard student can easily spend $300 a
year, and some get rid of much more.
By the time Rev. B. W. Arnett's name
got from Xenia to Cleveland it was Bev.
J. T. ArnelL It will never do for this
gentleman to be a gubernatorial candidate.
To those who wish any law business
done for them in New York, we commend
Mr. Chester A. Arthur, who has just
opened a nice office in the Mutual Life
Building. He is thoroughly trnstwortby
F. W. Xation, was sent to the Works for
nine months, yesterday, for stealing goods
from F. W. rost Cincinnati Tlmm
isarved him right! We should think
that the Nation had had enough of Frost
for the past few months.
An expert says Springfield is still grow
ing. Her large vote last Monday shows
that she is more than holding her own, in
these hard times; but it should be said in
connection with this that the times are
getting easier, locally and generally.
Stories of the humanity and kindness
and good sense of the Prince of Wales and
the beautiful and lovely Princess, as shown
to the extreme poor in Ireland, have spread
all over the island and, we are told, "have
profoundly impressed the Irish peasantry."
General Grant will be the second ex-President
to die in New York, the first having
been Monroe, who died there July 4, 1831.
Perhaps the general will not die in New
York. Possibly we are all getting a little
Mr. John R. McLean ought not to get
down-hearted because he can't control the
Federal offices. He still has the En
quirer "office" and that is about as big a
thing as any one man ought to "con
tract." Johnny should be satisfied with a
part of the earth.
John A. Logan says that, were he
elected Senator by the Illinois Legislature,
and discovered that a single dollar had
been spent, corruptly, to secure that result,
he would resign instantly. What the
country needs is a good many more men
like John A. Logan.
General Bob Kennedy, Bellefontaine,
has, as a gubernatorial candidate, some
stout friends in this city, and the same is
also true of Judge Foraker. The Judge
has a great many supporters, in various
portions of the State, but if he has a
"boom'' it is scarcely perceptible.
Mr. Brooks Adams, son of Hon. Charles
Francis Adams, who is the son of ex
President John Quincy Adams, who was
the son of John Adams, the second Presi
dent of the United States, is to write a
history of Massachusetts for the "Ameri
can Commonwealth" series. The Adams
family seems to be holding its own, if not
improving somewhat, in the way of intel
The Bellefontaine Republican says that
the records of the Adjutant General's of
fice at Washington show that over sixty
thousand native born Canadians were en
rolled in the Union army during the war;
and there is reason to believe that not less
than 30,000 citizens of Canada, born in
Great Britain and Ireland, were enrolled
in our army during the same period mak
ing an aggregate of 90,000 Canadian citi
zens who risked tl.efr lives in the canse of
American freedom and unity.
A Columbus banker has just been in
swimming in Florida!
Master Clifton N. Windecker, a Welling
ton school-boy, writes us that the sugar
makers in Northern Ohio, "have invested
in patent evaporators and are turning their
attention more to making syrup than sugar,
which they soy is more profitable. There
has been very little made, this year, so far,
on account of its beine a poor season."
We have had a little experience as to the
quality of the syrup made in Lorain county,
and shipped from Wellington, and wc can
say that we have never seen or tasted any
thing finer in its way.
The ground-ho; has been fully vindi
cated by the weather ne have had the last
six weeks, and it is now our opinion that
he ought to come out of his hole and "let
up" on us. But while we admit that the
ground-hog is a prophet we fully concur
in the opinion expressed by the Columbus
Dispatch's "Varieties" man, that he is no
poet. We quote as follows:
The groundhog slept in hit coiy bole
Till he thought that the sprint hid sprung.
And then from hii hiding place be s'ole
To expand hia cengeated lunc.
But be saw bis sbsdow and he fled
In fright to his dark, damp den;
And when other lonesome weeks had sped
lie crept to the light again.
fiat winter sit in the lap of spring
And the groundhog sadly sighed,
For be heard not a single robin sing;
eo he laid him down and died.
Fer tbe groundhog write this epitai h
O, blest be his memory
That he nerertried to create a laugh
And he nerer wrote jtoetry '
The new managers. of the Evening
Critic, Washington, offer a reward for a
new and appropriate name for their paper.
Hon. John C. Miller of this city, thinks
Tidings is a good .name for a newspaper.
If the Critic people should call their paper
the Evening Tidings, they would have a
name that would just fit the case.
Since writing the above we find the fol
lowing in Tuesday evening's issue of the
To tiii Editor ok thiCkitic: I would sug
gest yoa call your paper the Evening Tidings.
Wasbi.ngtox, April 14, 1885.
It takes a News Boy to hit the mark.
He speaks from observation, experience
and a personal knowledge of what takes.
We predict that the Critic will adopt this
suggestion, kut whether the GLOBE-RErce-i.ic
or Judge Miller will get a present is
A newly incorporated company, tbe Re
pository Printing Company, of Canton,
Ohio, has purchased the newspaper prop
erty, good will, and publishing and print
ing establishment of T. W. Saxton & Co.
and will continue business at the old stand.
The heirs of the late Mr. T. W. Saxton
have sold a third interest in the establish
ment to Mr. George B. Frease and retain
a two-thirds interest, under the new organ-
;;.. . rx..LH.u .. .iiivuuiiuuc
in the position of Business Manager, and
Mr. George B. Frease as Editor. Sub
scribers to the Daily Repository and the
Weekly Repository and Republican will be
served as usnal. We are glad to see a
Saxton, the grandson of the original Can
ton newspaper Saxton, (we believe, still
on deck, by way of preserving and main
taining the honorable traditions o( the
Land and Water (London) says the
common belief that ivy trained against
the walls of a dwelling house produce
damp walls and general unhealthiness is
fallacious. The very opposite is the case.
If one will carefully examine an ivy-clad
wall after a shower of rain he will notice
that while the overlapping leaves have
conducted the water from point to point
until it has reached the ground, the wall
beneath is perfectly dry and dusty. More
than this, the thirsty shoots which force
their way into every crevice of the struc
ture which will afford a firm held, act like
suckers, in drawing out any particles of
moisture for their own nourishment. The
ivy, in fact, acts like a greatcoat, keeping
the house from wet, and warm. One more
virtue it has, in giving to the ugliest struc
ture an evergreen beauty.
Bellefontaine is no "slouch" of a town,
for it has as its citizens not only Quincy
Campbell and Tom Hubbard two of the
liveliest journalists in Ohio, but also Judge
Lawrence, Judge West and General Bob
Kennedy, with Colonel Case "to boot"
any one of the rest of them who doesn't
behave himself. Now Bellefontaine has a
grievance against General John Beatty,
and it is expressed in the following para
graph from the Republican, in response to
a paragraph from the Guernsev Times.
commending Beatty and urging that his
stalwart iews shall be enforced:
All true enough; but how is 'his to be se
seenred, so long as prominent leaders ase
their most earnest endeavors lo defeat the
Republican party because some of its nomi
nees or some of the party's declarations do
.not exactly suit them, as General Beatty did
when Judge West was a candidate for Gov
ernor? The Republican party can only win
by unity of action, and those who would as
sume to be leaders and yet would defeat the
party whenever they cannot have their own
way, are worse enemies to the Republican
party than the Bourbons of the Soutb.
Can't you let by-gones be
Written for the Globe-Republic
A. llea for llie Kindergarten.
BY MARY S. HEDICK.
' If we would have improved men we
must hare improved means of educating
children." Horace Mann.
We desire tbrourh ibe columns of your
paper to offer a plea for the Kindergarten,
or New Education, as it is termed among
We know there is much unjust criticism
as well as some prejudice against our pet
system of child culture, owing, however, '
A PBJVATE LETTER.
Probably no man is better known oi
more highly respected than Mr. Julian S.
Carr, President of the Blackwell's Dur
ham Tobacco Co., of Durham, N. C. In
every tobacco store in the United States,
and in many foreign countries, Blackwell's
Durham Tobacco is sold, and it is a uell
known fact that the sales of this Company
largely exceed those of anv other tobacco
manufacturer. That such success has
been obtained is due to the energy, integ
rity and ability of Mr. Carr, w ho lias so
successfully managed the affairs of the
Company. Such a letter as the following,
written by Mr. Carr to a personal friend
whose only interest in the matter referred
to was a desire to do a friendly art, is cer
tainly worthy of careful reading.
Durham, N. C, Feb. '25, 1SS5.
My Dear "Mac": I have delayed
writing to you, with reference to the Ath
lophoros remedy, until I could hear from
a friend of mine, a gentleman of high
character, who used Athlophoros at my
suggestion with 'very great benefit. He is
a tobacco manufacturer of high standing.
I have waited to hear from him in order
that I might use his name officially. lam
satisfied, however, that he must be at the
New Orleans Exposition, and my letters
have failed to reach him. So I will not
delay answering your letter longer. You
want to know whether Athlophoros is
really as good as you thought when you so
kindly Pent me a couple bottles. I had a
sister who was a victim of neuralgia and
rheumatism. She suffered intensely, and
her condition gave her family and friends
much concern. Every known remedy was
tried, but without effect. When the
bottles you sent me came, I sent one to
my sister and one to my sister-in-law.
My sister was so encouraged from the use
of this one bottle that I put her upon a
thorough treatment of Athlophoros. I
certainly owe you and Athlophoros a
great debt of gratitude for the relief the
remedy has given her. She has almost
completely recovered from rheumatism, so
much so that she has stopped the use of
Athlophoros and considers herself well.
My sister-in-law, to whom I gave the
other bottle, was suffering fearfully with
neuralgiahe had become unconscious from
the pain the Athlophoros relieved her
entirely. I gave a bottle of Athlophoros
to an intimate friend who suffered such in
tense pain in his head that he looked as if
his eyes would start from their sockets,
and by its use he has been greatly
benefited, and tells me that he received
such relief from it that he orders it by the
box and keeps it at all times in his house
is nerer without it can't afford to be, this
is the gentleman to whom I wrote. I
wanted to send with this his opinion in
his own handwriting, but as I stated he
must still be at New Orleans. A very
worthy colored man, a house carpenter,
Jim Whitted byname, lives in the house
adjoining "my man of all work."
One morning my man told me that Jim
was suffering so intensely from rheuma
tism that the neighborhood was disturbed
dav and night by his cries of agony.
Wishing to test Athlophoros before my
own eyes on a genuine case of acute rheu
matism, I wrote the Athlophoros Com
pany stating Jim's condition, and offering,
if they would send me the remedy, to see
that it had a fair trial in his case. I con
fess, with all my confidence in Athlo
Shoros, I doubted whether it could help
im, but it was faithfully tried and I
think the proudest man now in all this
community is Jim Whitted. He claims
to be entirely relieved of all his rheuma
tism and not only that, but he says the
stiffness in his joints, which came with the
rheumatism, has all lieen removed.
Within thirty hours after he began to
use Athlophoros, he felt like another per
son. These instances have all come under
my personal knowledge. I am very slow
to speak of or recommend any medicine,
Kn wt. - ' la !. - - "'
merit that I believe Athlophoros has, I
cannot hesitate to recommend it. I have
given you fact don't they answer your
question fully? Yourstruly, J. S. Carr.
If you cannot get athlofhoros of your drog-
gist, we will sent
mrular urlce oe
: express paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per oottle. We prefer
that you buy It from jour drugKlst, but If be
hasn't it. do not be persuaded to try boniptlilmr
else, but order at once from us, as directed.
ATHLOmoaos Co., US Wall Street, New York.
( we think,) to a misapprehension of the na
ture and work of this new method, and ot
the motives and aims ot those engaged in
this most difficult bat grand, good work.
One great hindrance or objection is that it is
very expensive, and so many parents fail to
realize the value of first impressions, the very
great importance of having the best talent
employed, and the most judicious training for
the youngest children. They are so
very (low to understand that money
spent in tbe first years of a child's
existence to aid in developing its dawning
facilities, is a rich, a golden investment bet-
ter than Government bonds, bank stock or
landed estate. Tbe Kindergarten idea is not
a question of teaching to read, but of teach
ing to think; hence, on account of the diffi
culty of the work and mission tbe Kinder
garteners should be the wisest and most skillful
From six to eight months will be required
for the full course in the training class, with
daily practice in the children's Kindergarten,
which by the way, is inditpensible in getting
that practical knowledge of this wonderful
system of child culture which is necessary to
make a successful Kindergarten.
The cbileren's unspoken motto in tbe Kin
dergarten is: "We learn by doing." To the
very young child modelling in clay is a val
uable means of edrcation as well as a never
failing source of amusement. It has a fasci
nation in it (hat but lew (il any) ot the oc
cupations of the system excel. Modelling
and working in clay keep the youngest
child in the class eogrossed in silence lor the
longest time, and nothing can equal tbe de
light manifested by the children when the
time comes for a lesson in clay.
It has truly been said that "acquirement
and pleasure should go hand in hand."
Hence the pleasure of acquiring knowledge
of learning by doing should be tbe incentive
to every mental effort put forth by tbe very
young child. This lhe Kindergarten does,
in a truly magic way ; this system of child
culture is made so easy, natural and attractive
that it ma; be styled unconscious develop
ment, and lhe Kindergarten (which, by tbe
way, means "child-garden") becomes, or, is
in very deed, "lhe parad'se of childhood."
Mar-hill, III., April !, 1885.
An interesting reminiscence of the
late Col. Burnaby appears in the Pub
lisher' Courier. He was rather fidgety
in the matter of proofs, and was in a
state of feverish impatience until he
got them. That he did not write for
literary effect may be inferred from the
following. On one occasion, when a
slight inclcgancy of style was pointed
out to him, he wrote: "You are proba
bly right about the repetition.
I write as I talk, and do not pretend to
have any style. You are not the only
person who has remarked about the
repetition of the word. I have let two
or three people look at the proofs.
They are not connected with the picss,
but are ordinary mortals. I call them
my Foolometers. They like the book.
1 think they represent the majority of
the reading public.
WIT ANI HU.MOIt.
An Ohio man was so badly fright
ened by a ghoit that his hair,
which was of a silky yellow, turned
black. Sutural of his brothers aru now
on the lookout for the same ghost.
Burlington Ftec Press.
A "constant reader" wants to know
how much ashes coal will assay to the
ton. He saj's he bought sixteen tons
of coal but ho is sure he has shoveled
nineteen tons of ashes out of his fur
naces so far, ami the n inter is only
Texan "I trust sir, you don't mean
to call me a liar?" Stranger "And if
I did call you a liar, what would you do
about it?" "I'd do m- duty under the
law, sir." "And what's that?" "Hold
an inquest over your remains, sir. I'm
the coroner here."
Betsey, an old colored cook, was
mooning around the kitchen one day.
when her mistress asked her if she was
ill. "No, ma'am, not zactly," said
Betsey; "but de fac' is, I don't feel am
bition enough to get out of my own
way." Harper's Uazar. -
"Hello, Jim. old boy," said the con
ductor to one of his passengers, evi
dently another railroad man. "how's
business with you up on the Northern
Pacific?" "Mighty lively when I loft-,
especially mining." "What kind?"
"Mining" for trains." Chicago Herald.
There are differences even among
Italian Princes. The lea-t enterprising
and shrewd anions them come to Amer
ica and grind hand organs. The sharp
nobleman stays in his own sunny clime,
bides his time and finally marries a
rich American girl. Venango Specta
tor. In Corea a woman has no name. She
is always somebody's daughter, sister,
wife ormother. It" is pretty much the
same way in this country with the man
who marries a popular actress. He
has no name, cither. He is always
somebody's husband. Xorristcvm
The telegraph is unbearably grudging
in giving up details of the duelat Law
renccburg, Ind.. day before yesterday,
when two Kenttickians fought for
the possession of a dog. Both men
were killed, says the account. Yes!
yes! but what of the dog? Is ' he safe?
A note was taken up a few nights
ago to a New York gentleman who was
seated in his library. It read: "When
you read this I shall be far away." It
might have added, "and so will your
overcoat," for when he w ent down to
see who had handed in the note his bat
rack was baro and the man had gone.
When an Ann Arbor girl makes up
her mind to get married she's going to
get there, no matter who opposes. Re
cently one of these ladies grew tired of
the monotony of single life and she
went unattended to the most dismal
part of dismal Dakota, there met and
loved a man and married him before he
discovered his danger. Detroit Jour
nal. "Madam," said a woman, addressing
the matron of a charity hospital, "can
you lend me eight ragged children this
afternoon?" "Eight ragged children!
What do you want with them?" "Well,
you see my husband is in the peniten
tiary, and I want to get him pardoned.
Want the children to go with mo when
I call on the Governor." Arkan.-aw
. "Our neonl" .'!nt pnlv.the freshest
in the market, said the Dakota dra
matic critic to the representative of an
Eastern tragedian. "I know this '.Mer
chant of Venice' you talk about. I saw
it in Salt Lake as far back as 'SI. No
such wormy chestnut will go dowu
with a cultured community that had
'Young Mrs. Winthrop' and the 'Ban
dit King' three months after they were
brought out at Drury Lane."
A story is told of a shrewish Scotch
woman who tried to wean her husband
from the dram shop by employing her
Drotner to act tne part ot a gliot, and
frighten John on his way home. "Who
are you said the guidman, as the ap
parition rose before him from behind a
bush. "I am Auld Nick," was the re
ply. "Come awa man," said John,
nothing daunted. "Gie's a shake o'
your hand. "I am married tae a sister
A German chemist, who discovered
a few silver coins in bis pocket, sub
jected them to a microscopic examina
tion, and found fn them "miniature bits
of textile fabrics, globules of animal
matter, unicellular alga and bacteria
in active motion." That is not so bad
for a few coins in Get many: but a
young man in this country, who found
a silver quarter in an old vest-pocket,
subjected it to a test, and from it secur
ed four glasses of beer and a 5-cent ci
gar. The German chemist should have
his pockets cleansed and disinfected
"You have a very rich soil here," re
marked a tenderfoot to a Dakota farm
er. "Rich! Well, I should sav so.
Two years ago a young man came
from the East out here. He carried a
snakewood cane. He stuck it in the
ground and left it here." "I suppose,"
remarked the tenderfoot with a smile,
you mean to tell me it sprouted."
""Sprouted! Well, I should say it did,
and blossomed too. Why, last" year I
killed ten bushels of blacksnakes on
that patch of ground, and each one
was varnished and had a hammered
The coat was a very bad fit too full
in the back. "That'll never do," said
the customer, "it's like a shirt on a
bean pole." "Dot coat, mein frent,"
replied the dealer, "ish a very stylish
garment. Look at dot back. Mein
gracious, it is lolly. See dot beautiful
puffing dcr latest stylo, and don't
you forget it. It was "made on Fifth
Avenue. It is der Faddcr Hubbard
style, and is actually worth so much as
nvo toller more lor dot cut.' And five
minutes later the delighted customer
left the store with his Father Hubbard
coat. Whitehall Times.
The Toronto Presbytery by a vote of
27 to 12, has decided that a man may
marry his wife's sister. In the near
future the Toronto man will sit crack
ing his fingers bv the kitchen stoe,
and will say: "Your sister Ann Jo
sephine didn't ii-e to brown her flip
jacks, Maria." Also, "Your sister Ann
Josephine didn't use half the coal you
do, Maria." Also. "Your sister Ann
Josephine was a great woman to darn
socks, Maria." Until Maria will
straighten her back and exclaim: "If
j on don't shut up about my sister Ann
Josephine, I'll let you have this skillet
'side your head. " St tsbura Chronicle.
The language of flowers: Poor Char
lie sighed and said, "My favorite flow
er, my dear, is the forget-me-not."
"And mine," she said, "is mari-gold,"
and then poor Charlie knew the game
was up, and got. Judge.
The looms used in the manufacture
of silk in New Jersey are said to bo
almost fae similes of those employed
for the same purpose in India and
Is a dangerous a.t wt-M aa dirtnwiniic complaint If
neglfcted. it tends, by iropnmnic nutrition, and de
pmmiuc the tone vt the system, to prepare the way
r Kapid Decline
BEST TONIC. ?
Quickly and comrhlaly Turf Iyirpla in all
itnforma.pariliiirii t!vlc1iln. TrMIiht the
Food ftc. It ennchew and pirttien the blood. stima
lates the apwtite. and aula the aiwitnilation of food.
Rfv. J T. KOfeSITEtt, the honored pastor of the
First RrformMl Church. lUltiuvue, Md. wr
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and Induction. I taie great plt-asore in recom
mendinff it huchly .AlsoconsiiVr it a pptandid tonic
aid innjeorator. and very strenrthmn "
(tenatue has above trade mark and cnxwu rod line
onwrappfr Tnke no other. Mudfonlyby
Ladifs' ILrUO Book nful and attractive, con
tatninjr list of prizee for rwipew. infrmatmn aboat
coins, etc.. inven away by all dealer in medicine, or
mailed to any addrtnn on receipt uf He. Btarap.
Used herbs in doctoring the family, and
her simple remedies DID CURB in
moat cases. Without the use of herbs,
medical science would bo powerless;
and yet the tendency of the times is to
neglect the best of all remedies for those
Jiowerfnl medicines that seriously in
ure the system.
is acombinationof valuable herbs, care
fully compounded from the formula of
a regular Physician, who used this pre
scription largely in his private practice
with great success. It is not a drink.bnt
a medicine used by many physicians.
ir-It is invaluable for DYSPEPSIA,
Kilty et and Lirr.n vomvlaists,
XERTOUS EXIIAVST1 X, WEAK
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curing will not hurt the system.
Mr. C. J. Rhodes, a well-known Iron
man of Safe Harbor, Fa., writes :
"My eon was completely prostrated by ferer asd
atrae. Quinine and terlf ditl him no good. I
then sent for Mishlrr's Herb Bitters and In a short
time the boy was quite weU."
"E. A. Schellentrager, Druggist, 717
Et. Clair Street, Cleveland, O., writsa :
"Your Bitters. I can say. ant do say. are rre
scnoea by some of the oldest and most prominent
physlauis in our aty."
MISHLEH HERB BITTEBS CO.,
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A strictly vegetable prepa
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of disease arising from a tor
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ime on me vox.
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Sick Headache and relieve all tbe troubles hid
dent to a bilious state of the system, aach as Dla
Einess, Kaosea, Drowsiness. Distress after eating,
rain in the Side. Ac. While their moat remarE.
afcle success has been shown In coring
BcadachtM-ct Carter'e Little UrerFilUtre equally
TsJo&ble in Constipation, curing and preventing
thii annoying complaint, while they also correct
all disorders of the etomacti, ethntiiate the lirer
andrtnlðebo7tla. Even if Xixej only cared
Ache they would be almoet priceless to those who
fcoflVrfrom this distresduig complaint; batfortn
nately iheir goedneesdoea not end here, and those
who once try them vrUX find these little puis valu
able In to man v ways that they wfUnot be wfllinsf
to do without them- But after all rick head
la the banc of so many liyes that here Is where wt
make onr great boatU Oar pills care it while
Others do sot.
Carter's Littlo JJrcr Pais are very small ana
Tcrjeasytotake, One or two pills makea dose.
They ate strictly Tcgctable and do not gripe or
porge, bat by their gentle action please all who
ase them. In Mais si 23 cents; fire for fU Sold
t J drocgists everywhere, or sent by maJ.
CARTER MEDICUfE CO.Kew York.
!QH 1 ! U l-THE 1
GENTLEMEN'S SPRING HATS!
FULTON & HYPES, 6 1-2 E. MAIN.
FINE STIFF M SOn HITS. "BMOWH" SILK HIT.
CUIDXC1 I of Ev'y recrltion, Kemly Made SM PMWk
on I K I b ! -- iiEs:zsfiZi. Yur S H I RTS !
FULTON & HYPES, UTTEI5 ANO Fl
C. H. PIERCE &. CO.
We make a specialty of fine paper decora
tions for both dwellings and business rooms.
We have dune the finest work ever seen
in Springfield and continue to do it, and all be
cause we employ none but the most skilled and
experienced workmen and artists.
If you want any work of the kind done
entrust it to us, and we will guarantee you
perfect satisfaction at the very lowest prices
for which good and perfect work can be done.
PIERCE I CO., 13 S. MARKET ST.
"Take a Pointer from the Above.
This preparation contains the Invigoratipg properties ol
Quinine, with the softening qualities of Glycerine.
It promotes a healthy and rapid growth of, and prerenf s the
hair from falling out.
Ladies will find this also an elegant preparation for ordinary
toilet use. Put up in 50c and $1 bottles. Prepared only by
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. 33 Sast
R. P. Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all kinds of Sacbinery done en slinrt cot ire. St tela! attention
Siren to repairs on Stationary and Farm Engines, J! ill 1Yorli. (.'earirjr. Miafiinr
angers, Pullers and Cxitrrimental Bacninerr or all descriptions. Black'siltE
iu6, etc. otk promptly attended to, prices ren-oaable, and satisfaction rnmr.
anteed. Office and Works, 66 and (18 East Washington Strtel, priiigflrld, Oeio.
Telephone 'o. 346.
ir. .irr tu ni uf l
ESTABLISHED IN 1836.
W. 11. Grast. Hinu M. G
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard. Bmoem aad Ham,
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Lnto or Chicago.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Specialty of fins fillings; restoring partial loss of
teeth without plates, and restoring to usefullaess
sound roots and broken teeth by crowning.
1161-2 West Main Street.
Dr. Frank u. Runyan,
Mm In UaehlBKhnm'a Baildlna
over arphy Bra's store.
Special ater.tld flMBU ibe jmtnlnt
DR. H. R. DOSCH.
Rooms 15 & 17, Arcade, Springfield, 0.
Soeclal Attention Glien to OperaUn DeaUa
107 West Xain Street.
R. E. LOBENHERZ, Propr.
AF1RSTGLASS BAKERYAMD CONFEGTIDHERY
IN EVEKY BE8PECT.
Best Bread in ths city. Three Loarra for 10c.
The Unrest assortment ol Sne and plain caaes.
Furnishing of Parties, Weddings and Socials a
GEO. H. COLES,
Wlih P. A. Schlndler A Son, Fisher Street. 1I
WeakneM nrvoiianet,Ul!liir,lot or f!Ilnc pover.,
rcUrd I growth or wb.riDki. overturn by u.w mcttMxl
u nataJIiuc aa physical Ui cn to. Glv robust o4
harJj Tfjtor mad Jmtrebl phiofM by bulKloc up the
vute.1 tiMaet ind cnnctatrttlaf noarUbniiii to weakest
jttrMoat. Pall tienjrUt,d)lopriient, nJ fnnctiooe tTn
la erjM-Kfta of tho body. Effort ihown wttbln a dj.
No btler tlmoUnt; rrtnaaent, I teuant, Btinple. Medical,
merhaolreiMidauktoiiilraaacleTicoconiblncJ. Wo toiler
tbla mrl of treatment the mrwt aocrcae'al known to the
medical profeaann." Cn. Cbmmemt Otittxt, We ad I
our endoi-Mmeat." finale JW. Jk lhT quackery
or mLarepreteh tattoo." A. T ad Buwu. Refer aa
toemfment pbrtcin; all may ailry thrmealTca without
coet. Jt. T.lHtpatch, "An 1atMut!on of true-merit (tt,
an overwhelming atTeeof ccdbId certiflcatea. AV Or
(Mu&ttrra. Write for our 4Trti for Mtw Omli,n tTiit
eipIanatloD, reference and proof. Mailed, aealad In p'ata
ERIE MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO, N.Y.
"Quaker Styles" perfectly fast and reliabl.
BY ALL DRY GOODS DEALERS.
Boom Ko. S, Arcade Buildlnj, Second Floor,
McMonagle & Rogers'
These extracts are known to many, bat
if any fail to know them, we say give
them a trial and you'll use no others.
They far excel all others in strength and
uniformity of quality, and the best dealers
sell them here and elsewhere.
-U. The best In
America. All from rw
Rownerf Sires In smi.
lrler low mmd
MeltAT BKOflL. Brookiide fus. Tt. Wm, XM.
Rose Leaf, Fine Cut
K OJST 1
p msiSA "f"
Who are tired of Calicoes that fade la sunshine
or waaninj will Bnd the
PINKS, PURPLES, AND
perfectly fast ard tellable. If you want an honest
print, try them. 3tade in great Tariety.
1 hTo a poalUva remedy fur ta above meeaa; v It net
ticoaandJ of rase of tit went Llnd aaj of loaa anaadlaf
have been car L Intevd an etronr l my faith t if dcaci(
UUt I will send TWO HOTTLES fBCE, hzifcr wlta a Ta
CABLE TRKATTSK oa tM dtcaM,to anvaaiTertr. 8ttK
ADVERTISEILS ! send for select list of Iocs
newspapers. Geo. P. KOWELL A CO.. 10 Sprue
St., K. V.