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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
UfflNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
LOBE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WE.THIQH ST.
Cor. Walnut Alley.
sly edition, per year,
' tlly edition, per week,
MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET i
Issued Eve7 Thursday Morning,
Ow -1 DOIjIiAH A EA.
uncaticns should bo addressed to
KINNEY NICHOLS L CO.,
NOTlCi: TO KAMTKKM AWVKllTISKIlS.
Mr. H. C. Hnypkr, 23 Park Kow( New York.ta
the OLOBa-UKPCBLlts apecUl repmenUtlTe, to
whom all Eastern adtertlalrif, business, must be
rf f erred.
THURSDAY EVESIXG, HAY 21.
1HB OLOnt'HKVVJlLIC AN1 tub
KKPVULIVAN STAlE COS
Morning mid Kvenlntf IMlttoiii.
S'o call the uttention ol our business
men to the (act that we shall issue both
morning and evenirc editions of the
Gi.onE-ttEVunuc on the Uth and 12th ol
.lune, with lull reports of the State Repub
lican Convention up to the hour ol issue.
We shall print n very large number ol
each edition and the papers will be pro
fusely distributed through all portions of
KINN'EV, NICHOLS & CO.
OHIO ItKrUBLICAH CoMUITrEE KOOVS, I
Columbus, May 4, 18v.
the Republican State Conrectloa of 1883 will be
n M in tbe city ot Springfield on
Thursday, .lime 11, lftRS.
the Delegates ot each Congressional District
U convene nt u o'rtoclc a. ra. lor the purpose ot
r.o-iiig one vice i rrsiuem lor ioe jonveniion,
l'id uue member ot escli ot the various Commit
'J tie ( onrentlon will tie called to order at 10
li click 8 m. for temporary organization, and at -fi'r
ock p. ra for termanent organization and the
llnnsaitlon of Its other buslneftn.
Candidates will be nominated (or
Jmlge of Supremo C'onrf,
3Ieinber Hoard Public 1'orkg.
Tbebaslsof representation In this Convention Is
one delegate frr every five hundred vov s, and one
lor every fraction of over two hundred and Hlty
votes ca.t for Ron. James (r. Blaine for President
The several counties will be entitled to repre
sentation lu aatd Convention as follows:
- Q H
Adam 2,8.1.) (1
Allen ,. 3,S7i 7
Ashland -. I,I6 s
Ashtabula .. 7,269 15
Alliens .. ... S,82e 8
AuIalse 2,0?6 4
I'elmont ... 6,18c 11
iruwnM....H.....H.....H 3,246 6
Hutler 8,'J7f. g
Carroll. ........... '.',81 1 5
Champaign. 4,157 8
Clarg . 7,517 15
C.ermont 4,24. 8
U in ton 3 86) a
Columbiana..... HM H 6,315 14
loshoctou - ,03'j 6
Crawford .......... 2,731 5
Cuyahoga . . 24.IB2 48
l'srlie 4,39U 9
lflanceH... mw 2,184 4
llelawsre 3,3.13 7
Erie.. 3,s 7 7
airfietd H 3 210 6
Kavette ..... SJ71 c
franklin .... 11 191 Zl
J-'ulton .. 2,8i 6
(iallla s,6'JI. 7
ileauga ... 2,'jfti c
Greene . 4,920 m
u rnxer 3,409 7
Ifitmlltm. ...... 38,741 7;
tlancKk.... . .. 32u G
Hardin .........., 3,64; 7
Jinrrlwn 2,76 6
i'eurr ,98.. 4
ililii'd .. 3,081 7
1 ..ing i,ma 4
"ea .. 1,360 3
nron.. 4.050 9
Jarkson 3,i; 7
Jefferson 4 914 10
J-n 3,57.1 7
!-e - - v,9i 6
Lawrence 4,815 j0
Uiklng 4,8a;, 9
Ixigan . s 99,, 8
Lorain M;,, ,
i;uc - 8,341 17
Ma lison 2,706 8
Mahoning , 6,007 12
Marlon. 2,419 s
Medina .. 3,413 ,
Aelgs. 4,177 8
Jerter. 1,34 g
Miami...,- g 2; 11
Muuroe 1,64.1 3
Montgomery- Hfiu 23
Alo'gn.............. 2,556 5
Morrow 2.612 S
Muiklnjuu . ,,89g jj
Noble ., 2.381 n
V.lu.".l IJI75 3
Paulding . 284 4
"'J 3.UI 6
' 2,931 6
''- - l.TJi 4
Portage sS), g
'reble.. ..,.., ......... 3,171 6
rutnaia .......... ,...,.......,.... 2 191 4
Richland 4,018 g
loM1. . - 4,8 so 10
fcloto- - - 1,111 s
Fen. ca..u... -. 4 ,f,4 a
g'i-X .in) S
gtarl"fS 8,815 17
Hutunilt. .. fj '88 11
2ruu'bu11 - - 6,UI 18
Tuscarswas...... ,. M 4 391 9
Union .. jjh 7
Van Wert ... . 2 6
Vinton.- -. ., i,tt 8
Warraju... ;-. 43,, 9
Washington, .-.-.., .......-. 4,7ao 10
Wainu. ., .-. . .. 4 497 9
William.. -.... ijgu, J
Wood-...-. ..-. -.. 4,9 u
Wyandot ., . 2.SIU1 a
We recommend that efforts I mad. to secure ! "J "lot of "'8H conventions Columbus
i.,..,r,. been whittling, whittling d.iwn her
SulSSSu'iSSiSrrtK l Democrmc, till she now has a
tiLltfoJKrjXfcltevMi" mafor. The holding of the
M"illyb,noo,ll?,",C,,0",', ihuh coorention at Cleveland laifrear breathed
JOaaPH W. CVNEAI.I. sna. rns,.i(tnn ( If .. II T :.:...
Chalrm.n Republican 8UM tab.. CtaMlits. I
A. C. CA1ME, Secretary.
TIi RtnlB Hftintorfnl LNuiiiliiittlnii
TtIK Vti.ubl. can elector of Clnrk Count v are
hereby notified that caucus .neetlnK will '
hfl-1 In the tarloiw wrtida and townships c. tatd
ru ty, at tuch pliirrsa tthall be ilttdsiialM y
the w-pecl.te Central Ibimii tlrernen then of, on
Monday, June V'2, A. !,, I Bit. at 7 oVlnik i. in.
In raid t wnshfpsand at 8 o'clock p. in. In the
waniaot thetttr of Hprlnvfleld for the pun me of
chnnnltift tteleKaten to dtlend the Siale SnaUrtal
Convention to ho held In HprhiKneM onlluirml),
June2l9H 'Ibc various wanh and townhti
are entitled to delegates tn salt run veiitfoa m
f Iortt,elfiv.,lp prrrtnrt ....... 1
tctbel t.wiuhliM Meilway precinct 1
(New Carl I si o pi critic t
Herman towi.iti,. Jmil0nl irMi;ilt
(Ireene towoshtp ..
Harmony township .
Mad Hon township
Mad Ulrer township
Moore Held township
I'leaanttoa-nsblp ...... ..... ...
Ft i ft ward, hprlnntlcliU
Second ward ....
Third ward -
Pour h ward ... .......
MKhth ward, A
K.jtMh ward, H
Kiln, I, D.nl
lly order oT Republican (.eiilrnl Cointultno of
John W. l'itoss, Chairman.
.Iamki 1'. Gooiivu.n, Secretary.
Itepiibllcnn Senttlorlnl I'nlivenlliiii.
rrllK Itepubilrnii Klec or of tho Klovcntu
I Keiintorlal Dlstrlclof Ohio me hereby no
tilled Unit n convention will tin held In tlio
city of SprlniitleMal electt o'clock n. tn on
ThurmUy, the 23th ilny of June, A lMrS'i, or
tlio purpose ol uomtnntliiK ti ciimlhlntD for
ttie ottlce ol Stnle Senator tornalil district to
Ihc sixty-seventh Geiurnl Assembly of the
State of Ohio.
The bantu of representation In srtul conven
tion shall be one deleirnte fore cry one nun
ilrul (1UU) votes caxt for 1Iou.Jhiiih0. Illatne
for President In lhSI, mid one ilelcxste for
Avprv frnptlnn tliprenf of rtflv tfifll or 11 ore.
The counties comprtilnK aalti district shall
be entltlltoUelKateH In s.ilil convention aa
Champaign county, fo'ty-two (42).
Clnrk county, seventy flve(7o).
Madleon county, twenty-aeven (27).
.1 K. HCIIKI.IHIKJKR,
Chairman Heptibllcun Ex. Com., Champaign
John F. Ickk,
Cbalnnan Republican Ce tril Com., Midi
Jons W. I'ah'osm,
Chairman Republican Ceulral Cim., Clark
Ctty Republican Convention.
'1IK Republican electors of the city of
I Springfield, hto.ate hereby notified th.t
n lnfcsa meeting w ill beheld nla place lb Kant
city hereafter to bo designated, at S o'clock p.
m.,on Mouilay,.Iuue8th, A I). 1S8S, fur the
purpce of (.electliiK eight C) delegate and
elgi t (8) alternates to attend the ltepubllran
aime uoDveoiiou.in ue neiu on inursuay,
June Uth, A. D. lSVi.
11' order of the Republican Central Coin
mltUe of Clark county.
Iohj W. Parsons, Chairman.
James P. Ooonwis, Seoietary.
M'KINGl'Ii:i.lANI Till: CUNVKMION.
A great deal of mind has oo7ed into
print as to the location of the state con
vention in this town. Springfield tins got
herself ably edited and freely advertised.
(N U. This is uusinei, and, next to
Republicanism, there is nothing that the
"Champion" champs the bit upon and
prances about as she does about business.)
Springfield is just modest enough to be
grateful for anything decent that brings
her into notice, and in the willingest little
city for free, advertising that the State
ever saw. We have her permission to
thank the brethren of the guild for the
really liberal way in which they have been
shedding ink for the irrigation of her
growth and glory, so to speak, and as it
But a few of the brethren han printed
and published unkind things in relation to
our town as the choice of tbe committee.
Springfield is grateful to licm too, if that
was the best they could do for her. She
knows that there nre people who speak
disrespectfully ol the equator, as not be
lieving in tbe thing. But they thus bring
it to the attention of the enlightened world,
and make them believe in it all the more.
Even ao it is with regard to the brethren's
little disgruntletnent about the "Champion
City" as the location of the Republican
state convention this year. It is like the
artistic discord in a injsicnl composition'
it helps make the music.
But the critical brethren have exhibited
their sourness a little too Lite. The thing
is done; and all their subsequent grumb
ling will not undo it. As they sectn to
think that Columbus is the only appropri
ate place for n state convention, they
should have opened their batteries before
the committee decided. From the way
the convention was yanked.out of Colum
bus and plumped down on the northern
edge of the stale lijst year, they might
have anticipated that that city was in a
similar danger this year, and should have
sonnded the alarm ere there was everlast
ingly too foregone a conclusion on the
Hut now what is the use of growling
now? And whnt is to bo gained by being
so sour-crusty toward Springfield? This
town wanted the convention, and she
went for it. (If sh thought she could
get the world, she would likewise go
for it) She persuaded the committee
that she could take care of the
conventiop, nnd she thinks she can Let
the sarcastic brethren, who think she can't,
come and see. Then, if they find the town
is not roomy enough for them, or if they
find their insides too roomy for the town,
or if they ge; slopped out ol hd, or if any
ol them are treated ungentlcmanly at the
station-house, and so forth, why, let them
go home and discmbottle themselves of all
their bile-vials of inJignation and scorn.
We shall use our best endeavors to stand
it; for we shall have had the convention,
at any rate.
And, come to think ol it, why shouldn't
we have the convention? Why shouldn't
this institution go the rounds of the sUite,'
wherever it can be conveniently accom
modated? The Republican convention is
an educator and exhorler, while the Demo
cratic is an awful example, They should
both be on wheds, perambulating the
f tate aa precept and warning to the people.
," , ' " ..rr-....ui mm
mat city, i ue holding pi. it here toll year
will Insure us against the recurrence oi
such a paradox as a Democratic municipal
government In a Republican town, and
mightily stiffen the Republican majority
in city and county. The holding of it,
say, at Dayton next year would raise a
tidal wave of Republicanism in Dem. -rock-ribbed
old Montgomery, from the foamy
6re'st of which detr brother Hickrmm's
sublime forehead would emerge and take
the new sunshine of glory on its brainy
Yes, the Republican stato convention ia
a schoolmaster, and should "board round."
It will do good wherever it goes. Tbe fine
crowd, the debates, the music, the speeches,
the resolutions, the hurras, the rallies
round the old Hag, nil conspiro to educate
and animate the local voters.
Thut (and so forth) is what we wanted
it for this year, and for nothing else under
the shining sun. There was not the faint
est odor of any political purpose in the
getting ol it. Springfield has no candi
date to present to the convention; though,
of course, she would accept any office, or
any benefit, or any honor that the conven
tion might see fit to present to her, (There
is n great deal of modesty, but there is ho
meanness about this town.) And we
want it understood that our , city and
our county will be up to high
water mark with their majority
for the nominees ol this convention,
whoever they may be. Our people are
divided in their preferences for Governor;
and there is no antipathy here against any
of the gentlemen mentioned for this office!
except that which the Globe-Rgpuduo
has represented, fairly and truthfully, as
existing among the colored voters of
Springfield. And even this sentimental
hostility appears to be wearing out. At
any rate, our colored citizens are, we be
lieve, too good Republicans to bolt a Re
publican nomination fairly made by a Re
publican convention. We confidently
promise for them that they will vote the
ticket made by this Springfield conven
tion. And this Springfield convention will be
n success, and the ticket it mikes will
take the state. Tbe growls that have been
uttered into type about the committee's
selection of a place shall not diminish
Springfield's hospitality, nor cool her Re
publican ardor, nor make her any the less
believe in herself and in the luck of the
things that she undertakes. She will put
away this convention so comfortably and
auspiciously that the growlera will growl
into their holes and the amen-corners
of the state will clap their hands and say
it was good to be here.
The St. Paul Globe (a verv enterprising
paper, by the way,) prints a paragraph of
great importance to our Reaper and Mower
men here. It is advised, from an author!
tative source, that recent rains have guar
an teed a big crop of wheat in North Da
kota. They came in the nick of time (or
stimulating the growing grain which now
averages about two inches in height and
looks green and gives great promise (or a
well-developed grain. The acreage is in'
creased fully one-eighth, owing not so
much to tho prospect of a foreign war as
to the unfavorable outlook (or winter
wheat. Producers fully expect to see
wheat $1 per bushel after harvest this sea
son whether a general European war shall
come of the present diplomatic dalliance
or not. With wheat at $1 per bushel in
North Dakota that country will not only
be more prosperous but we may be sure
that those who have wheat to sell, in the
Interior and tbe Eastern portions of the
country, will realize very good prices. We
infer that emigration to Dakota will re
ceive another impulse.
The Golden Era Company, of San Fran
cisco, of which company Mr. Harr Wagner,
formerly of this city, is an important part,
has brought out a volume of "Poems1 by
Mr. J. D. Steell, who haa resided here and
was known as an intelligent "book worm"
and an interesting talker, about twenty
eight years of age. He was in the employ
of Messrs. P. P. Mast A Co., about two
years ago. The author dedicates tbe book
"to the memory" of his mother, "whose
love was a shield in temptation, a refuge
in sorrow, a comfort in adversity; and
whose loss was the one great affliction"
of the author's life. The initial poem of
the volume is published in full in "The
Golden Era" (San Francisco) for May.
One of the poems is on the death of the
poet's brother, "T. A. Stell, who was mur
dered at Coeurd Alene Mines, Idaho, June
20, 1884 " The ode to Garfield, written
November II!, 1880, has real poetical and
general literary merit. We mar allude to
the book more at length hereafter.
Mr. C. M. Creamer, of Sante Fe, New
Mexico, who haa been spending a few days
here, says that Governor Lionel A. Shel
don, whose term has expired, expects to
return and take uphia residence atElyria,
Ohio The General haa made an excellent
Governor and Democrats aa well aa Re
publicans would like to have him retained
Hereafter the pews of St. John's Epis
copal church at Buffalo are to be free for
the use ol all and aeryicea are to be held
every day in tbe year. Aa the city waa
without tbe, moral influence of Mr. Cleve
land's presence something 'extraordinary
had to be done.
Matthew Arnold will not revisit Ameri
ca until 1886. Our people will therefore
wear their old clothes, and do about aa
tbey pleaae, this year.
London Fun has a cartoon repreientlug
a Russian with a Pall Mall Gatette in his
pocket offering a bag of roubles to Brother
Jonathan (or a man-ol-war. Jonathan re
plies contemplatively: "I don't seem to
care about tt, stranger. Hull is a kind ol
connection ol mine you know; hadn't you
better try some of his own people."
Jefl Davis compliments Gov. O'Neal, ol
Alabama, for "his gallant and patriotic
services In bcnalf of" the South I
Somebody will soon be calling this distin
guished person a hard-headed old tool.
Tho Board ol Education at Hamilton
made a levy of 7 mills on the dollar for
school purposes, which was such a twist of
the screw that it made tho Daily News
The Atlantic Monthly (or June is out,
and is an excellent number. The Atlantic
is one of the literary indispcnsablcs.
Rev. Mr. Harrison, the veteran "boy
preacher," is very persistently continuing
his evangelical work at Louisville.
There 'are cbestnuta, with tho burs on,
in the bed of the Republican postmaster.
He doesn't sleep well.
The Washington (D. C.) Critic has just
made its appearance in a handsome new
Plump girls are now in fashion and the
lean lasses are loading up with bread and
HeV. A W. ninltAV nt Ik. Pfjak,Ain
church, was appointed by the Presbytery one
of the examiners to examine the students at
We not'eed in a paper published somewhere
In this State, that the Superior Machine Co.
was about to move to Hares, O. We can state
from authority that this is just a rumor, with
Mr. J. D. Caskey, for the past yar book
keeper in the office of the Superior Machine
Co., will soon go back to Sprlugdeld. Mr. C.
his many friends here, Abo. regret his going
HVAV. Mt Puffin ak mnA ntlaaavas aastttlV wknm
he bas been connected in business relations,
speak very highly of his qualifications as a
Mr. Frank Smith, of Smith k Suns, bad
such a continual smile on bis lips last wick
that it was impossible tor him to get his
mouth In shape by Sabbath to play the cornet
In tbe Presbyterian choir. He Is now spend
ing his leisure momenta looktne through tbe
spelling-book for a nice name for a girl baby,
we are told.
Tbe service ol song at tbe Presbyterian
church last Sabbath evening was much en
joyed by all -esent.
Rev. Dr. Van Cleve preached a fine aermon
in tbe M. K. cburcb lust Sabbath morning.
Subject: "The Ascension."
Mr. Garrett Perrlne, a veteran farmer and
pioneer citizen, bas by Industry and frugality
b come by odds the largest taxpayer In Bethel
Mr. Edward Johnson and his sister Jessie
have returned from a very pleasant visit to
to Marysvllle, O.
We rejoice that the present board of county
examiners is paving tbe way for the better
class ot teachers, by dropping out the cheaper
With a few moie energetic teachers our
Sabbath schools will be second to none in the
TU1S AMU THAT.
Benj. F. Ulman, a wealthy Baltimore He
brew, is dead.
John Henry pleaded with Annella.
And all bis pasion tried to tell her.
She said, "John H , your words you waste,
Your teeth betray a want of taste,
Vour breath rffendl me, ao 1 say.
Use SOZODONT or atay away."
To Meutralu. Offan.lvene.a.
In many forms we use disintecting agents.
Impure brealb, caused by bad teeth, tobacco,
spirits or catarrh, is neutralized by SOZO
DONT. 'Tis a healthful beautlfier, and a
great luxury as a dentilrlce. The repulsive
breath la by its use rendered as fragrant as a
rose, ond coldness by friends or lovers will no
Tbe deaths in Cincinnati for the week
ended May 16 numbered 80.
"Rough on Itch," cures humors, eruptions,
ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet,
A syndicate will put upa $1,000,000 build
ing on the old City Hall grounds ot Chi
cago. "Wells' Health Renewer" lor weak men.
"Buchu-paiba," Great Kidney and Urinary
Milwaukee has fixed ita saloon license for
the ensuing year at $200. Kdgerton, Wis.,
bas fixed its license at $500.
Water Bugs, Roaches, use "Rough on
Rats." 1 &c.
Abner W. Bees, a well-known resident of
Newark, O, died suddenly Saturday ot par
alysis, aged about seventy yeara.
"Wells' Health Renewer" for Delicate
Mrs. Medora C. Leddy bas brought suit at
Lebanon, O., for divorce from Daniel L. Led
dy, charging gross neglect of duty and ex
"Rough on Rata" clears out Rats, Mice.
Tbe Grand Lodge ol Ohio. I. O. O. F., will
convene in Kmesville next Wednesday.
"Rough on Corns" bard or soft corns, bun
Louis Browning, of Sttubenvlllf, 0., was
kicked In tbe stomach In a quarrel and died.
"Rough on Pain" Poroaed Plaster. 15c.
Tbe total imporla of merchandise at New
York for the week ended May 10 were valued
"Wells' Health Renewer" for Dyspeptia,
Tbe British Minister at Washington state a
that h bas no information, aa reported, of a
contemplated invasion of Canada from tbe
northern part of New York Sia'e.
Bed Bugs, Flies, use "Rough on Rats "
Lee Collins, ol Union City, Ind., waa thot
and killed. George Moiii waa arrested lor
Lost Vattb In Physicians
There are- innumerable Instances where
cures bave been effected by Scovlll'a Sartapa.
rilla, Blood and at LiverS,irup,forall diseases
of the blood, when tbe patient bad been given
up by physicians. Ills one of Ibebearrtmedha
ever offered to tbe public, and as It Is prepared
with tbe greatest care, aa a specific fur certain
diseases, it la no wonder that it should be
mort effectual than hastily written and car,
leaaly prepared' prtscrlptlona. Take Sovlll.
Blood and Liver Syrup lor all disorder arif
ing uum impure blood. It la endorsed bjr all
leading profeaaioaal man.
A QUESTION ABOUT
thlaI"Wll, 11 doesn't. Ilat II dues curs snidlssss.
f or Vrdch s repuUtile phjslclsn would PTsitl
FhTslelsns rscioirnUs Iron as the twrt rsstorstlv.
agent known to lbs mifs.lon. snd tnotllrv of auv
iMdlnf chsro lest firm wlllimt.snllt thsssserUon
Ihsl there srs mors preparations ol Irmt tnsa of sny
other snbsunes used In nmdlc Ins This shows eon;
elaslvslf that Iron Is acknnwl(ted to bs the rwsrt
Important factor In suooessfal msdiosl practice, It Is,
lowever, a rwnarkalils fscl. thai prior In lh. disoov
esTolllhOWN'MIIIIIrslllJKUrSnopertect. lr sstkusctorv Iron oombl nstloa had ever been foaml.
BROWN'S IRON BinERSX1?
headaehe, or prodnr constipation all other lreSJ
n calcines ilo. IIHOWVH IKON II1TTKKH
cares Indigestion, llllloiianeaa, Weakness.
Dyspepsia, .llalarln, Chills nnd Fevers,
Tired FeellnaMIcncrnl llrhlllly.Palnlnths
Hide. Rack or Limb. llrndnchc and NevrraU
aria lor au tnsss ailments iron Is prescnneol aally.
Uliwnn wiiiwiiui l kiiv.no. cnni in
minata. Lit a all ntrw thnronth ni1.f (nf. It acta
fvlovrl. when taken t nri tlm tint armptom of
benefit m wnewt enenrr. The miiKta then ttMKTOsi
firmer, the rtlfretrtttiTi ImprnTfn, the bowel, are artfv.
In worn mi the effect lei ntnallr .wre rapid and marked.
The ejee begin at onco to brighten i the akin rlara
npj healthy wior cotnee to the rheekni nerronanetin
dirMppeanit funrtfnnal derangement beHm6 re$jn
lar, and If a nimlnjr mother, atmndant mitenanca
ia NUpplted for the child. Remember Hrtmn'l Iron
Lnot cors In a
Hitter la the ON IV. Y iron mmtictne that la not In.
jnriona, I'hyiirtnnt and lhrmjgif rtmmtnfmt it.
The. Oennlne haa Trade Mark and crowed red line
00 wrapper. TAKK NO OTIIKR.
"I acbo all over!" What a commorj ex
pressioqj and how much it rrieaqs to itny
a poor sufferer 1 Those aches h,ave a
cause, and rrioro frequently than. Is gener
ally suspected, tho cause is trje Liver or
Kidneys. No discaso is moro painful or
serious thaq th.eso, aqd no rerqedy Is so
prorqpt aqd effective as
No remedu has yet bceq discovered
tqat is so "effective iq all KIDNEY AND
LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP
SIA, etc., aqd yet It is simple nnd qarrq
less. Scieqce aqd rqedical skill have
corqbined with woqderful success tqoso
lierbs which, nature qas provided for tle
euro of diseaso. It strengthens aqd In
vigorates trjo wholo system.
lion, ThaddeueBteens.thc distinguished Con.
errasinsn, once v. mto to a f, How member who wsa
siifTerlna- from ludiirrstiiui snd kidn-r disease
Try Mishler's II rh tilth rs, 1 l Hove It will cure
tlon of the kldne s, and It Is tlio most vionderful
comblnaUon of mrtllclual hi rim I ever saw.1
MISHLER HERB BITTERS CO..
525 Commcrco St.. Philadelphia.
Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup Never Failj
Blck Headache and relieve all the trouble Inci
dent toa billons state of the av stem, aachMDuv
elness, Nansca, Drowsiness, Distress after calms-.
Pain in the Bide, Ac. While their mostrtmux
able success haa boca ahown la caring
Rcadaehftyct Cart cr'iLlttlo Liver Wl.areerroany
valuable la Constipation, cnrlng and preventing
this anno; leg complaint, while they also correct
aiegahUetaobowela. XvraU they only Cored,
Aehe they would be almost priceless to thaw wb
Buffer from this distressing complaint; bat forto
natelv their goodness does not end here, and toot,
who once try them will find theae little pill, valu
able in so many ways that they wITlnot be wllllag
to do without them. Dot after all sick head
la the bane of so many Uvea that ben It when we
make our crcat boast. Our plus cor It walla
Others do not. . ,
Carter's Lltllo Liver Pffl. are very small east
all aisoracra or tns atomacn, atunnuue me lira
verv easy 10 taae. unaoriwopui.inaaBaaoaa.
Tbey are atrictly vegetable ani
do not gripe
Parse, bra br their senile action pieas.au wno
leas, all w
jnvisisatKjccnisi aw iin.
by drocgiala everywhere, or tent by mail.
C1RTEB MEDICIKE CO.. Few York.
lama coppersmith by trade, and during a
aeries of years my arms (being- bare when at
work) have absorbed .wonderful amount of metal
poison, llsvlns a scrofulous tendency from my
youth, tbe email partltles of copper and brass
would set Into the sores, and by this process th.
poison was conveyed Into my bloou tllfmv whole
sjrttera becsine Infected. I waa treated with old
remedies otmerrury and Iodide potassium. Sail
vatlon followed, mj teeth are all loose In mv head,
mr digestive orssns deranged, and I hav. been
helpless In bed for over a year with mercurial
rheumatl.m. My Joints were all swollen, and I
lost the use of my arms and legs, and became
helpless a. an Infant.
My sulTerlngs became so Interne that It waa Im
possible for me to rest. The doctors .drlsed m
tosotolliecllyhospltsl fur treatment. This I
could not besr. A friend, who haa proved a friend
Indeed, urged me to try Hwlft'e Specific, believing
It would cure me. Others discouraged lue, but I
secured a few bottles, and have now taken two
dozen bottles. The first eflect of the medicine was
to brlug the poison to the suiface, and I broke out
all over In running sores. Tbey soon disappeared
and my skin cleared oB. My knees, which bad
become twice their natural site, have resumed
their usual size, acd are nipple aa of yore. My
arms and hands are all right again, and can use
them without palu. The entlie disease bas left
all parts of my body save two ulcers 00 mi wrist,
which are healing rapidly. I am weak from lone
confinement, but I have the use of alt my limbs.
This medicine Is bringing me out of tbe greatest
trislofmyllte, and I cannot find word, sufficient
to express my sppreclatlon of Its vlitues, and lh.
gratltud. I feel that I ever heard of It.
J.n , ua. ,""K'I-0Y Au".
, The drouth In Southwest deorgia last spring
dried up the wells, and we were compelled to use
water from the creek on the plantation. The re
sult waa that all were troubled with chills and
fever. I carried with me several bottles of dwlft'a
BpeelBe, and as long aa I took It, I bad perfect
health, as soon as I ceased taking It, I, Ilk. the
rest, was altll.ted with chilli, wfita f resumed
Its us-, I was all right again. W bar used It la
ourfam ly as an antidote for malaria po son fee
two or three years, and bate never knoro It to
fall in a single Instance.
.,, W. C. Foblow.
ejuniterCo,, Oa., Sept. 11, 1881.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases nailed Iris.
TrntHwurTHeacinqCo., Irawer 8, Atlanta, Ua.
McMonagle & Rogers'
wiDDiiirf ewj. $. y,
Extract of Vanilla, In the purity la
which wc oiler it, has tlic delicate and un
mlstakablc flavor of the finest Mexlcaa
Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring
Ice Cream, Cake and Custard. Giro
them a trial and satisfy youraeUC
C. H, PIERCE A CO!
We make a specialty of fine paper decora
tions for both dwellings and business rooms.
We have done the finest work ever seen
in Sprinafleld and continue to do it. and all he-
cause we emolov none
If you want any work of the kind done
entrust it to us, and we will guarantee yo
perfect satisfaction at the very lowest prices
for which good and perfect work can be done.
PIERCE & CO., 13 S. MARKET ST.
STTako a Pointer from the Above.
ssSfcfc.sAeiaAtafcAfc..s.....,A.M,j.h.fc--fc-- SkSfHst sa Sis. sn.s.s sn - w-.r.iinnni-in.---- - 1 n is. a Si-i
dp. t.l; Dentist A GREAT REVOLUTION
(T.,ttoorCllcmKo.) . IH Tnfj tbeatIIEMI OF
Dentistry in all of its Branches. T, , ,,,. ...
. . , . , , Liver and Kidney Complaints,
Specially of fine fillings; restoring partial loss of ., , . , ., I ..
teeth without plaice, and restoring to usefulness DinbOteP, GraVel SlOIlO In the
sound roots ana broken teeth by crowning. ., . . n, , .
110 1.2 West Main Street. Kid???, a1?,d BIadder .
Bamett iiuiiding.i Brlght's Disease, etc.
TT EFFSCTKD DV THE DISCOVKBT OF
Or- f rank .j. Runyar, DR carpenter's
DENTIST. Calculi Resolvent.
atesoma In HnehlD.hnm'a Btilltllaa War isbskaw BwWWWWah V Wakea If.
over afarssriy Bro. .lore.
'tperlal alter t)r 1 ilvo 11 tie imeiMng
ratnralleetb The following are specimens of testimonials b.
f ,r,L, r. u-. log dslty received byihelslcult Itcsolvent Mann
TJS, T. Jfc TJOSCTT f"turlng Co.:
AsKt. .. ( WOVXi. CoMimius, II., April
Calculi Itcsolvent M'f'g. Co., Cleveland, ().:
Dear Kirs One of our customers haa tea troli-
jT3!5HTI?IsSI7 D'"1 w,th Klnnay Complaint, haa tried nearly
everything, and alnce talcing 3 llottl.a 1 f Cal-
n... e. s? s .f 13. -1. n.n .. cull Itaiivant he claims to t fully relieved and
Rooms 15 (V- 17, Arcade, Sirllljrllel(l, 0. cured. He does not want his name made public,
but we can ssy he has used nearly everything for
Saeclal Attention Given to Operative Dentls hla complaint, hut this time he struck the right
iaaaaBBMaaBBaBaIaBB nieilicliie. ltesiiectfully,
UNDERTAKER ' tUuscuKotn Ilaos., Druggists.
rTn w Zi riicvKLAND. O., March 23, 1885.
GEO. H. COLES Calculi Resolvent MT. i.o., 70 Water street:
vauw. u. vviiuu, (lentlemon-For years r have at times bean
wvsTsx-rmm -w-r--ir-r. rou' led f torn torpid liver, s:d also, more or less,
I I 1 I 1 j U' 1 1 A Mi mi 19 from Kidney allectlon. Some time ago, when In
J ll F IT!j Itj I 1 BrifVl. the con tlilon above meutlone.1,1 procured a bottle
-1-1 lvr - -SV4B1 BJJ.ua ot your Calculi ltesolvent. At Ibe time my urln.
With P. A. Scblndler A Son, Fisher Street, Lie. J"? "'J $1mS? iJh.1,!.
nhone connection tnK the night bad somewhat tbe appearance of
pnone connection. br,ck d(1t ,, , ha(1 mnjpi,,,,,! thibotUe my
mmmmmm liver seemed to act like a new one, and the urine
BAKERY. cleared up. the offensive smell left It. and now no
. deposit Is found when It Btands a few hours I give
wsm lafll PtavifN thla abatement unasked, end, It worth anything In
YOU WILL T IND calling th. attention of those almlliarly afflicted,
you may use it as you Ilk. Yours truly,
LOBENHERZ BAKERY j'H
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where You Will Find
NICE AND FRESH 600DS
PARTIES & SOCIALS A SPECIALTY.
VCall and see the Handsomest Ice Cream Par
lor lp the Bute.
Boom No. t, Arcade Kulldlnsr, Second Floor,
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
Ilooni h, Arcntlu lsulldlntsT.
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Special care with lame horses, colts, track horses,
horses that Interfere, and those having peculiar
Th. Host Delightful
YalaM taamsrs. low Hates.
onr Trip, psr Wesk Bstwssn
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Bvery V7mI Day TJotwesn
DETROIT AND CLEVEUND
Writs foe our
" Plotureiquo Mackinac," Illustrated,
Ceataln. XaU PartlouUra. laallsd J-.
Detroit t Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
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or TH. liririH aonv knl.iioiid, invriiirm.
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f.i.K.M.. .!!., ILsM. k1 -TU.l...i..iw.
but the most skilled and
Madeonlrafiha alaifsit ainclbeatqnat.
Ity ortAaaa for wltbatanaina; best.
Every rood thing is Counter
feited, and consumers are CAU
TIONED against IMITATIONS of
these Chimneys made or VERY
POOR GLASS. Bee that tbe exact
label is on each chimney as above.
Tho Pearl Top is always clear and
MauBlstctnrcd ONaYl by
6E0. A. MACBETH & CO.
IMttabnra-b Iiul CUtuu Work.
FOR SALE BY DELAYERS.
For 15 years at 37 Court Place, now at
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Uet. Third and Fourth, IJUUIM 1110,1-J
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