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.rally edition, or week,
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the UtoBR-IUrUBllc's special representative, to
whom all Eastern advertising business, uuat be
MONDAY EVEN 1X0, MAY 11.
iiik uLour-nKPuazio ano tub
np.rvnr.iCAN statji con
vention. Morning nod Keening Editions.
Wo call the attention of our business
men to the fact that we shall issue both
momine and evenine editions of the
Gi.uBE-UEruut.ic on the 11th and 12th of
June, with lull reports of the State Repub
lican Convention up to the hour of issue.
Wo shall print a very large number of
each edition and the papers will be pro
fusely distributed through all portions of
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.
Onto KEruiiLiCAS Committee Bonus, I
COLU-nus, May 4, 1885. f
The Republican State Contention of 1889 will be
n Id in the city of Springfield on
Thursday, June 11, 1885.
tho Delegates ot each Congressional Dlatrlct
nil 'convene at 'flock a. n'16r the purpose ot
' ."ln2 one Vice President lor the Convention.
"tie member ot each ot the varioua Commtt-
.- Convention will be called to order at 10
x-k a m. for temporary organization, and at 'i
uck p. m. for permanent organization and the
action of its other business.
'iidldates will be nominated for
Judge of Supreme Court,
Member Hoard Public Works.
The basis of representation In Ibis Convention la
oue delegate fcr every five hundred vol a, and one
lur evtry fraction of over two hundred and fifty
votes cast for Hon. James (J. Blaine for President
Tho several counties will be entitled to repre
sentation in said Convention aa follows:
Adams. ....... .....
lie fiance .
Fulton ...m H
Lorain HH .
itoea, ... ..
1 l Milt ...
I -. arawas ..
Way or. ............
Wood........ ... .,
We retoiuuend that forts I made to atciuw a
Urge attendance at lbs motlnta 0 appoint dtl-
fatta, so that the people shall b fairly represents
n the btala Contention; that (ovessea b not
chuaeu as drlegatca unless It b certain that tbey
will stlud;anr that, as far u pra.tlcable.ts
County I cuiral Coumlttew be appoint I it the
sma time that delegates are ebasara, If this baa
not already been don.
JOSEPH W. O'MeULL,
Chairman Bepublleau Bute antral Uo-mlttM.
A. U. (MINE, HecreUry.
The WaahltiRlon Critic ii the improved
name of an Improved paper, published at
tha National Capital.
The late C. B. Krwin, ol New Britain,
Conn., left, among other charitable be
quells, $.10,000 to Marrtelit Coltege.
A jcod deal ol attention is being iven
In varioua parts of the country to the
proper ventilation ol public school build
inns. Francis Murphy suggests that each man
pass his own prohibition law and enforce
it strictly. Francis has a level head and a
Oberlin College is to have a fine new
building in placo of Tappnn Hall, a large
four-story structure that has stood for just
Gfty years, and which is now being de
molished. Tho Stoubcnville Herald a remarkably
truthful paper says:
Sprln6eld captures the Slate Convention,
which meets thereon June 11. Springfield
is a handsome city, ard has good hotel ac
commodations. General Benjamin P. KunMc, formerly
of Springfield, now an Kpiscopal clergy
man, has been replaced upon the Pension
rolls as major ol his old regiment, the
The Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph fig
ures that ten minutes of laughter in tho
Pennsylvania Legislature costs $120. But
it is well worth the money to have a
legislature laugh. While it is at it it can't
do any mischief.
The friends of the American school at
Athens, Greece, ask for $20,000 for the
erection of a building, and also for a fund
ot $100,000, the interest on which shall be
devoted to the salary of a permanent di
rector and to other expenses.
We learn from an esteemed contempo
rary that one of the worst of the spring
poets has just escaped trom a lunatic asy
lum. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
What an editor needs, however, is lour
legs, to be used as projectiles.
We have received some very interesting
photographic views from the private life of
General Grant glimpses of him In his
home circle and surroundings made by
the well-known New York photographers,
Pach Bros., at Long Branch during the
ex-President's sojourn at the seashore.
The following is from the Chillicothe
It is said that Hon. John W. Bookwalter,
of Springfield, is the third largest land owner
Id the world. Mr. Bookwalter owns sixty-
five full sections ol fine land in Nebraska,
42,240 acres, thus making a little empire
eight miles square. The land is rapidly in
creasing in value, and will soon be worth a
The bucket-shop must go. Tbey are nur
serlesforihe education of juvenile gambKrs.
Philadelphia Press. You may not believe
It. but the Ohio Legislature, iust adjourned.
passed a law looking to (he closing ot bucket-
scops. Oive to the gentlemen with horns, a
tail and a three-pronged fork his due. Co
We are pleased to do our part toward
giving credit. The law is a good one and
ought to be enforced.
Sprlngfieldians are to elated over their good
fortune in obtaining the Republican Conven
tion, that thej now want to furnish all the
candidates for Governor. They have Bush
cell and Kelfer ready to put on the Republi
can ticket; John U. Thomas and George
Spence, suitable Democratic material, and Dr.
A. B. Leonard, a recognized Prohibition can
didate. Springfield will soon want the earth
Certainly and Heaven too. We will
a I give you (be remainder.
The Cincinnati Evening Telegram, ot
Saturday, contains the following:
They still kick because the Republican
convention goes to SpriLKbeld.
The boys will be perfectly satisfied when
tbey get there, and a great many will be anx
ious to remain in the Champion Citv. You
will all get to know Busbnel, Wbllely,
Frey, Johnson, and numerous others of the
same kind. There Is more brains, energy and
push in Springfield than In any other city in
me united oiaies oi lour times Its size.
"Now that Springfield has captured the Re
publican Convention, will not Toledo step for
ward and claim tbe Democratic?" asks the
Cleveland Plain Dealer. Host assuredly she
will, and make a big effort to get it. Toledo
Toledo has been so courteous to Spring-
field that we ought not to interfere with her
efforts, but tbe gobbling of the Republican
Convention has only whetted our appetite
and we feel now that we want the earth
and must have it.
Now that it has been ascertained that
tbe cholera has appeared in Europe, pre
scriptions are in great demand. For more
than forty years what has been known as
The New York Sun cholera medicine has
stood the test ol experience as the best
remedy for looseness of the bowels ever
yet devised. As was once vouched for by
tbe New York Journal of Commerce, "no
one who has this by him and takes it in
time will ever have the cholera." Even
when no cholera Is anticipated it is an ex
cellent thing for tbe ordinary summer com
plaints, colic, diarrba-a, dysentery, etc.,
and we have no hesitation in commending
it. Here it is: "Take tqual parts of tinc
ture of cayenne, tincture ol opium, tinc
ture of rhubarb, essence of peppermint,
and spirits of camphor. Mix well. Dose,
fifteen to thirty drops in a wineglass of
water, according to age and violence of the
attack. Repeat every fifteen or twenty
minutes until relief is obtained." Mean
while it should be borne in mind that pre
vention is better than core, and that per
sons who keeptbeir premises clean and
weetj keep themselves In a reasonably
fair physical condition; and preserve level
beads and honest heart, will nit need
GLOBE REFUBLIO. MONDAY EVENING,
The Mansfield Daily News, of Friday,
Some of our elchanges are growling about
the Republican State Convention beln lo
cated at Springfield. Although we wero not
an original Springfield man preferring Co
lumbus on account of Its accessibility we
rise to remark tht we are well enough !ntl
fied with Springfield. The Springfield boys
are not In the habit ol doing things by halves,
and It will be a cold day If they don't give
the visitors to the convention the warmest
welcome they hive had at any convention for
Ycsj ("they do not, tho snow will be
four feet deep on the 11th of June, and
the mercury 24 below zero. But there is
no if about it.
The cartoon in the last issue of Punch
(London) is pronounced by the Rochester
Democrat and Chronicle as tho best Tcnicl
has done in years. It represents Mr.
Gladstone as the lachrymose Mrs. Gum
midge,. sitting ilisconsolato at tho fireside
groaning: "I 'ain't what I could wish my
self to be. My troubles has made me con
trary. I make the house uncomfortable.
I don't wonder at it." John Bull, as Pcg
gotly, points over his shoulder with a pipe
stem to a portrait of Disraeli on the wall
and says: "She's been thinking of the old
'on." Since that cartoon was printed,
however, the GLonE-Rr.rcnuc begs to re
mark the old lady has recovered her spir
its and erected her spine to n wonderful
The talk of making Mr. Lowell a Profes.'or
of English language and literature at Oxford,
is calculated to cause some sunrise. .Not
withstanding Mr. Lowell's popularity in Kng
land, the Idea of an American teaching Bug
llsh to Englishmen In an English college
would rankle in tome proud hearts. Colum
The idea mny "rankle" but our beloved
brethren on the "Tight little Isle" that is
generally "Right," begin to recognize that
the "United States language" is to become
the universal tongue. Americans are al
ready putting the new material into the
language, as is seen in the adoption of
onr verbal coinage and new phrases by the
people of Great Britain, who take our im
provements (I) very readily and naturally.
They are especially quick to adopt the
more effective and racy specimens of our
The Salt Lake Tribune, a Gentilo paper
cames out very fiercely and forcibly
against those Mormons who at the com
mand of two chiefs met to ratify n protest
against the execution of a law prepared by
one of their chiefs. It declares that this
protest is really "a demand that vital laws
be suspended because stubborn men who
have violated laws for thirty years desire
to do business at the old stand, prompted
by a determination'to live superior to and
in defiance of the laws. Whatever the
wording of the protest, its intention is to
pursue the track which debases home,
teaches people to give only subordinate
fealty to their country, not by the will of
the masses or sensible men in organization,
but by command of foreign born priests,
who for thirty years have been teaching
treason. Nothing more insolent was ever
perpetrated. They affect to accept the
laws and only object to the way they are
executed. They have preached defiance
ot the Supreme Court-decisions for years.
Any law that convicts they protest against."
Commenting on this the Philadelphia Bul
letin asserts that the citizens of the United
States will at last see the Mormon abuse
in its truo light. Behind tbe outer screen
of polygamy which is of itself sufficiently
indecent to shock respectable people tbey
will see that Mormons are really rebels to
tbe United States Constitution and Govern
ment They live in our Republic and en
joy whatever benefit that residence implies,
but they donot recognize or obey the
HationaUaws, but set above them the laws
promulgated by tbe Mormon Saints.
Whenever there is a conflict it is the Book
of Mormon and not the United States Con
stitution which they follow. In other
words, under the mask of religion they
have set up and strengthened a temporal
power opposed to the sovereignty of the
nation. The Bulletin is just right. Tbe
polygamous Mormons are traitors as well
as law-breakers and would take up arms
againft the Government if tbey dared.
Mr. W. D, Howells is engaged upon a
new serial story for The Century Maga
zine, to follow "The Rise of Silas Lap
ham," which will be finished in tbe Au
gust number. The publication of the new
story will be begun possibly during the
autumn, and will be completed in six num
bers of the magazine. It is said to deal
with the fortunes of a country boy in Bos
ton, and with the perplexities, on his ac
count, of the minister who has tried to
help him with advice; and will therefore
illustrate phases of one of the peculiar
queations of American life. Tbe situa
tions will be fresh, and the characters a
larger group than Mr. Howells usually
bring upon the icene of one novel. In
the minister, tbe readers of The Century
will recognize one ol the subordinate char
acter of "Tbe Rise of Silas Lapham."
Under the new arrangement whereby
The Century is issued in this country on
the first of the month and copyrighted
here, copyright protection is also secured
in Great Britain by issue there n day or
two in advance a great advantage to con
tributors, since their articles are now pro
tected In both countries. Arrangements
are now In progress whereby St. Nicholas
will alio be issued in London in advance
of it publication here, so as to securo En
glish copyright protection.
The Russian and English arbitrators
should hold tboir ms.ting in Springfield.
f.'lliniito of tho Homlnii.
Wo published n, fow ilny.s ngo mi In
terview with Sir Henry 'Grooit on the
subject of tho employment of liiillnn
sepoys) lu thi) Somlati. Tito following
rmiiarka by Sir llunry upon cllmnto In
lliivii'iiva, which wo hail not spsico to
print then, limy bo of Intereatnow:
"Ami what about Ihu clitimtv, Sir
lleiiryf" said our repivsunlntlvi'.
"Woll, thuo who have been in Selmlo
aro not likely to bo scaled by tho Sou
dan. As I spent most ol my llfu In
those baking iloscrt.t, 1 can not share,
the nlnrm expressed by many concern
ing tho prospects of it Summer lu tho
Sottilnn. In Sclndo wu liavo heat so
lerrlblo that sometimes you may see
horsea roll over with sunstroke In nil
directions, but 1 have very seldom neon
any Furopean down with sunstroke.
The cause Is tho excessive dryness of
the heat. When tho nlr is so dry you
persplro profusely, and the perspiration
saves your life. When tho atmosphere
U damp, tho perspiration Is cheeked,
anil niter sunset men die like rotten
sheep of heat apoplexy. In tho Persian
campaign wo campod'out from October
to Oetobcr near Posh .wur, onu of tho
hottest places you can llnd In all Asia,
and our sick was only two per cent.;
while on board the ships In the roads
it was almost impowlblo to live. Dry
hoal can bo borne to almost any extent
with comparative impunity. I liavo
seen Froneli regiments come in from
the desert with notlilnir on their heads
but kepis, tuiilor n blazing sun which
would liavo decimated tho ranks had
there been thu least humidity in tho nt-
"As regards tho making of tho rail
way between Stiaklm and Berber,
that railway would probably liavo been
niatlo long ago but for Lord Granville.
Everything was arranged; the Duke of
Took was to bo the Chairman; wo had
a very powerful and inllucntial direct
orate. A financial house had agreed
to raise all the money that was needed,
tho Egyptian Government was to
guarantee 4 por cent., the wholo work
was completed on paper, when it .was
suddenly brought to nothing by the an
tlnathv of the Pashas of Cairo to any
schemo which diverted tho Soudan
trallic from tho Nllo to tho Red Sea.
You liavo taken away half our trado
by making tho canal,1 they said, 'and
now you want to tako away the rest by
vour railway.' Tho scheme was stilled;
but one word from the Government
would have secured Its execution. That
word Lord Granville emphatically re
fused to say. The Soudan lay alto
gether beyond the sphere of our inter
ests, they said, bo the railway was
never commenced, with results which
you know only too well. 1 naturally
disbelieve the stories as to the necessity
for running through tubular tunnelson
account of tho sand-itorins and moving
sand bills. The sand-hills of tho des
ert do not march about liko huge snow
balls sixty feet high. They drift in
Africa as they do in India, a little at a
time, and if the rails aro kept swept
aud tho more exposed places protected
by a wall there need bo no fear as to
the safety of tho railway. In ono place,
while making a railway in Seimie, wo
ran ninety miles without ono drop of
water; and in all Sclndo wo have not
one singular tubular tunnel to protect
the. track from being silted up." lull
. Senator llriico mill Scnntor Itojjy.
Blanche K. Bruce, whose signature
ns Register of tlio Treasury now graces
every National bank bill, was very pop
ular while he was In the Senate, al
though he is of African descent. Un
obtrusive, attentive to businct"., and
modest, ho conquered the prejudices
against his race and was treated with
marked courtesy by his associates. One
day after be had been a Senator for
two years or more, Scnntor Bogy, the
aristocratic descendant of onu of the
old French families of St. Louis, took a
seat by his side, saying: "Mr. Bruce,
I have a bill here 1 want you to vote
for. It is one in which 1 hare a great
personal interest. It has nothing po
litical in it. Look at it and tell me
what you think." Bruce laughed ns
bo said: "Senator Bogy, I hope wo
shall arrange this more satisfactorily
than our last business transaction."
"Our last transaction? What do you
mean?" "Dou't you remember meet
ing me before my coming to thu Sen
ate?" "Most decidedly, no." "I think
I can refresh your memory. Senator.
Some twenty years ago you wero one
day running down Olive street in a
hurry to catch a steamer. You were
carrying a very heavy valise. Tho day
was very hot. Don t you remember
the colored boy who came up and of
fered to carry the valiso down to tho
Ieveo for a quarter? You ran along
with the boy. Soon tho wharfboat
dock was reached. The boat was just
swinging out. You ran and jumped on
board. You called for tho valise. The
colored boy put the valise behind his
back and called for his quarter. You
hunted, lished out a quarter and tossed
It ashore, but tho gap was too wldo to
toss tho valise. The captain had to
stop the boat and back up before you
could get your valise. Do you remem
ber tbnt?'r "Well, I should say I do."
"I was that colored boy." Ucn: Ver
ity I'oore in Boston Budget.
Tlio Greek Iiloit of Death.
A writer in MaeMitlttn'a Magazine,
says a Greek peasant looks upon death
quite differently from what a person of
the western world Is taught to believe.
To him It is tho end of all joyand glad
ness; tho songs over his body (myriolo
gues speak of the black earth, tho end
of light and brilliancy. A popular
Klcptlc song on the death of Zudros,
when read by tho side of .Sophocles'
description of the death ot Ajax, shows
how curiously alike arc thu Ideas of
death as painted in the two poems.
Charon is still believed to be u whlte
li aired old man with long aud fearful
nulls, and in myriologiics or lamenta
tions, which are still of overy-day oc
currence in the islands, you actually
hear of Charon's caiqoe. He is now
spoken of as Charos. In some parts of
Greece they still, it is said, put money
in the mouth of a deceased person to
pay the passage. At the funeral of a
child In a mountain village of Naxos a
wax cross was put in the child's mouth
by thu priest, and on iuqiiirv thu .writer
was told that It was tho freight money,
so completely has tho eastern church
Incorporated into itself the, ancient
The dynamo machines In tho Edison
central station, Now York, wero started
In September, 1882, and have been
running continuously, night and day,
ever since. 'J hoy supply electricity
that ii used in motors its well ns In
lamps. Tho price charged Is .about
thu same, it is said, as that for gas -at
$2 per 1,000 cubit feet, and last year
thu company, on this basis, earned 3
percent, on the capital Invested. The
earnings of each lamp are a little over
1 cent per hour, but tlioy average less
than two and a half hours per duy,
T mst of iiroductlon Is about 1 ol a
cent per lamp jer iwr.
MAY 11 188B.
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and KSRH'IIKN TUN IIMMJD. Oaleken
the action of the Mrer and Kldneya. Clears ttj
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InJnre the trrth, cause headache, or prodseeeoa-.Mpallon-AM.
OTIIKU IltOS JIMICISB, DO.
Musicians and Druggists evcrwhore recommend It.
Dr. N. 8 nwmt.ra. of Msrion, Msas . misi "I
rccn-moml llrWs trim Bluer, as a vj a.bU ton s
for enriching. tb blmal. and nmovln aU drspvpllo
simrtonis. It d- not linrl tho teeth."
Dn U. M, DaL7.M.U KcrnnliR Ind . says i I
hv nrwcrllot llmwn's lniij- lllltrs In , caMS of
anminW and blood dlsow. . alsn when a tynlj iwaa
nwdevt. and it has proved thoroughly Mtlafaotorf.
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srl " llroW Iron Hitters nllnl ma ralssai
r.1 blond t'oUonlwr. and 1 hoartlly commend It to
thosn needing a rmrltler."
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tainlrut list "f prises for recipes Information alwnt
coins, etc.. riven away by all dealers In medicine, ot
mailed to any addrtsw on receipt of So. atamp.
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has provided herbs for the cure of human
ailments and medical solenoe ha discov
ered their healing power, and the proper
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The result of these discoveries and com
For many years it ha been tested In
severe cases of Kidney and Liver Diseases,
Malaria, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak
ness, Lassitude, eto., and invariably it has
given relief and cure. Thousands of testi
monials have been given, and it 1 moat
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J. O. Stelnhciscr, Superintendent of
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I el It In a treat many cases of drspepeia.
kidney dlHcaw, liver cmiiplaint, rheumatism,
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F. Hoffman, of Circlovillo, Ohio, aaya :
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of mlarpraaU.IMt." M. Y nvt bat. "Bafarua
loamlmanl jtifliis -It map atlaip tbviitMiTtt ltattt
." V. J, fiUpattk, lti l-ailiutlonorirMtntrU slid
BOTarwhttmlOtt arrapof (anuluo .rtlHM-." Wna Or
Vi Htttt: Wnta for our Trvtl Afas OaJi," clTlnff
applanation, ra'arsinc a4 froot. Malla., Ml4 l p)U
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFfALO, N.V.
GENTLEMEN'S SPRING HATS!
FULTON ft HYPES, 6 1-2 E. MAIN.
FINE STIFF IND SOFT HITS. "BROIDWII" SILK HIT.
or Every ttsciiillnn, Itenrly Mails
nnii jrantio sis
FULTON & HTFES, UTTEIS HID fllWIHS.
C. H. PIERCE A 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 end
experienced workmen and artists.
If you want any work of the kind done
entrust it to us, and we wiil guarantee yo
perfect satisfaction at the very lowest prices
for which good and perfect work can be done.
PIERCE & CO., 13 S. MARKET ST.
"Take a Pointer from the Above.
Praotloal Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on nil klnila nl Bli.cMnprv clone in cluirt not lr. Kir rial allentloa
Slven to repair on S1nllnury nnd Fnrm Engine, Mill Work, (enrlry, MiaHIng
angcro, l'tillers nnd Experimental uelilncr) of all description. Illackamitn
Intr. etc. V ork promptly attended to, prleeo rci tornlile, nrd NitlMtirtlnn guar
anleed. Office and Work, go and U8 ttist Washing' on Strf et,l Sprlugfleld, Oelo,
Telephone No. 840.
CHESTER PATTERN, 5.10x34 Inch.
Also 3 Inch, 4 Inch, and 0 Inch dressed strips, very nice, already ont and Jnst
what jou want to make FLY SCREENS OF.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
4blO "WEST 3VEa.I3NT STXISIBT.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Xute ot Clil aro.)
Dentistry In all of its Branches.
Fpeclalljr of fine filtli ;s; restoring psrllal loss of
teeth wlihout iilslev, and restoring to usefiillness
sound ro-'ts and biosrn ticth brtrownlug.
110 L2 West Main Street.
0 . frnk G. runyi,
Beom. In Knc Insbnm'. 'ttnlldlBp
over Mnrvliy at Brsi'e lre.
Special i. ii Hi i riv). u i) itMiarj(
DR. H. R. DOSCH.
Rooms 15 A 17, Arcade, Springfield, O.
teeclal AttsnUen Clsen I Operstln Dtnlla
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where You Will Find
NICE AND. FRESH 600DS
PARTIES ft SOCIALS A 8PECIALTT.
awCall and aee the Handsomest Ice Cream I'ar
lor In (be Bute.
Boom No. o, Arcade llulldlng, Hecond Floor,
GEO. H. COLES,
With P. A. Rchlndler A. Bon, Fisher Rtreet. Tele
KXAMINATIOX8 VOU ADMISSION
TotheCoLLKHE and FcikntIho School will be
held In the Law School rooms (opiKMlte Gibson
House), Cincinnati, lorumenclug 'lliurs-lav, June
'.' " .1 n'' nd. eonilnulng throngli r'rldar,
",un1 '.',,for1'l!0KUca, terms and Information
applj to fUANK II. KE4II'i:u, po. ft Weal Fourlli
St., Cincinnati, O.
u Theae eirnilnatlona will be Mentlcal with those
held at Princeton, t. J., at the same tluie.
, JAMK-i McCOHH,
President of rrliueloa Colli-ge.
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Txpert
KOI.ICITOIt OF PATCNTS.
Ilooni es, Arontlo lltillcllnir.
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'ma IM-r .c
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M iMIshad IV
1T Ife(; 'iM'ifiiffrrn
Tf r unrvi'iru.1
t i i ' I I : i i
WrlV .Ii CI.AI(KI:,.M.I)
clnr I, (Uii..
Who are tired of ( allcoca that fade in sunshine
or w.shlnj will find the
PINKS, PURPLES, AND
perfectly fast at d tellable. If you want an honest
print, try them. Made In treat variety.
IbT trial 1 1 ? retried; lor t abo dltaa - ft cum
tbooMnda ot ratct ot ttt won! kl4 ) ef loa MaMlsti
hi btan enrtd InrlMd, to at roe r la mj faith fw n alBetM
Uat 1 wtll md4 TWO BOTTMCS rftEK, toitihar wtU Tii
UAkLS T-UTI Ult dlM4tM.lo an a aflartr. Orn
iDVKHTISKIWl Mnd for Mlect Hit of loca
Anewapajreri. Geo. P. KOWtLL A CO., 10 Hprun
ot. N Vt
"THE OLD FOLKS AT HOMK."
The New York Board of Health estimates that
30,0110 lives have been destroyed by tbe eiploslvs
qualities of petroleum. If every household would
adopt Ibe While Bololffor family use, none of
theae unfoitunate accidents would occur,
WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL
haanoneof the defects usually found In common
oils, Itcannot lie ixploded, does not char the
wick, will not smoke, emlla no ofl naive odor, and
prevents tbe breaktux of cblmnera.
WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL
Is a rich oil for Illuminating purposes. Itlaaa
light In co'or aa pure spring water. It (Ives a
strong, steady light, and bums much longer than
If this oil la not sold In your vicinity, send your
order direct lo us for a barrel or a case containing
two Ove-gsllon cana.
BROOKS OIL COMPANY,
Bfl KUCLIII AVKNUK, VLKVKLAND, O.
114 anil Un SOUTH HTIlKKT.NKWYOnK
RVE A BORE
Prlf. MS, mar hmlilm. trimnnt In II
3Jaas Alt-. A palnleaa, aura and
linsMlV nira inm Uhani.il.i !...,. 'aratJi i
',.''. hPr1"? Hcalda. tuu. ru-M,BwUlng and!
f.1' sfbodlly palna. Farmer, and owner ol
... ivwiijiiiiifi i, u so. oess
be best known remedy for
Crack 1)3 Heals. Scratches,
. Corks, Film la the Uf,
-uis or uaua, ripralm
ll.HA-). II. A
Rosb Leaf, Fine Cut Jg
Navy Clippings jfSfe
and Snuffs GSfS
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