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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
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dly edition per week.
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TUESDAY BVEN1SQ, MAY 20.
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JtKl'OHt.lCAN STAIK COX
TKMTXOS. Morning and Evening Edition.
We call the attention of our basinets
men to the (net that we shall issue both
morning and evening editions of the'
Gi.ouk-HevuBLio on the 11th and 12th of
June, with full 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
iusely distributed through all portions of
KINNEV, NICHOLS 4 CO.
Ohio Hkfi'ulica Comhittkk Rooms, )
Columbus, May 4, 1835. f
fhe Republican SUte Contention ot 1885 will be
nld In the city ol bprlugfleld on
Thursday, June 11, 1885.
wJ5a,.Pta?,..,l V3BfreMTonl District
wll 'convene at If o'clock ft. m. tor the nuroose of
.hosing one Vice Preildent for the Contention,
yuu ddb memoeroi vku oi me Tinoasufmmiv
The Convention will be called to order at ID
o clock a tu. lor temporary organization, and at J
o'c.ock p. m. for permanent organization and the
uauMction or lisoiuer ousiness.
Candidates will be nominated lor
Judge of Supreme Court,
Member Board Public Works.
The baaliof representation In thta Contention la
one delegate fcr every Are hundred vof a; anu one
lor eviry fraction of over two hundred and fifty
votes cast for lion. James O. Blaine for President
The several countlea will be entitled to repre
sentation In aald Contention aa follows;
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Malison HM HH
Alahon lug M
Meigs ... ....,.
Mercer .. .,
Montgomery M.. HH
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Wualagwo . ,.. .....,.
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A SVNDAVNCHOOt LE-wJOl.
At the Iront end ol n Sundatgchojl, out
ol doora, in the sunny land of Dixie, sit
three brothers. Why they thus linger and
lounge round the infant eeminiry of Chris
tianity is not apparent, l'erbaps it is be
cause tliev have a high respect for uicty
and want to get as near to it as they can.
They bask in the sunshine and look as
peaceful as the scene in which they are
set. The young voices, singing of the
Prince of Peace, come lloalingout to thctn
on the serene air. The three brothers sit
and chew their tobacco, and perhaps
whittle, thinking of the times when they
were good little Sundaj school boys.
Suddenly three brethren of a neighbor
ing family nppear on the scene and ap
proach at a rapid pace. The three rumi
nating brothers in front ol the Sunday
school jump to their feet and pull their
gui.s from their pocket-arsenals. The
three oncoming brethren have theirs al
ready in hand. Click I click I click 1 on
each side; and, as soon as they get within
pistol-range, btngl bang I bang I
The Sundayschool shrieks, streams cut
of doors, and flies to the four winds. The
brethren, three to three, are now at close
quarters, banging at each other in the
cloud of sulphur-smoke, nnd, when their
revolvers are empty, grappling together
with slashing knives.
The result was that four of the six were
killed outright and the two' survivors were
so chopped to pieces that they probably
have not lived to run the very slight risk
there is of being banged in the South for
a gentlemanly style of murder like that, in
a square, staid-un, give-and-take proceed
ing with the fashionable arms. Tho aver
age Southern juror would think (with a
seven-shooter in his hip-pocket and a
bowie-knife down his boot-leg) that "it was
wah, sah, honahable and squar wall."
And in fact its resemblance to war is
very striking. If, instead of three on a
side, there had been three thousand or
thirty thousand, and they had shot and
slashed each other with the courage and
bloody desperntion and closed with a pro
portional mortality-list of these three and
three, all Christendom would have cele
brated them as heroes, and history would
have recorded their mutual slaughter as
one of the grandest battles und mightiest
victories (whichever side won) in the an-
naU of civilization. Such is the magic of
numbers when two parties go to kill each
The incident we have sketched took
place last Sunday a week in the Coufeder
ate sectiorj-c!- tbc Untied ''iftatcs.' Itlifa
sample of the quality of morals, and of the
state of public conscience in that recon
structed fragment of our Republic. It is
what would naturally be expected of a so
ciety in which every adult male of the re
spectable class, and the allowable color,
goes with his clothes full of the imple
ments of murder. Each of the six men in
this little Sundayschool drama had the
tools fer killing on his person. Every one
of them was prepared to kill at a mo
ment's notice. The two fathers of them
had had a feud, and had gone to their
gravea with it. The eons, being always
ready, fought it out, without a word of per
sonal provocation, on a sudden encounter,
in the presonce aud under the benign in
fluence of a Sundayschooll
It is a state of barbarism masquerading
in the guise of Christian civilization. "If
a man smite you on the right cheek,"
(with his other hand on his hip-pocket),
get the drop on him or get left I If a man
does not like you, and bis dislike is offen
sive to your gentlemanly feelings, kill
himt Nay, if thy father is offended with
a man, and the man dies before he can be
killed, do thou shoot that man's son on
We do not seem to recall these com
mandments from anywhere in the Old or
the New Testament, King James's or re
vised edition; yet they express the practi
cal morality of many Christian communi
ties, so called, and of most Christian na
tions, likewise so called. Indeed they reg
ulate the intercourse of most Christian
states with one another now, just as they
have regulated that of all peoples from
the beginning of history. The time when
nations shall learn war no more is yet only
hoped for. An inherited feud between two
governments, based upon something a
hundred years old and forgotten, will set
hostile armies in the field and swarm the
seas with battle-ships on a provocation
such as a justice of the peace should set
tle between two individuals in an hour.
The nations all go armed to kill on oc
casion, just as did those two little broth
erly groups of our Southern brethren. The
international killing is done in the face
and eyes of Christian worship, as that in
terfraternal killing was in presence of the
Sundayschool, in spite of the old com
mandment, "Thou shalt not kill,' und the
new glad tidings of "peace on earth, good
will to men."
For example, Great Britain and Uussia
are both marked en tho map of Europe as
Christian nations. But there is qn un
christian jealousy between them about em
pire; for each want the world. It li an
old rivalry; and they have long hated each
other murderously. Christian (ao-ealltd)
Kuuia woull have swept Mohammedan
infidelity out of Europe any time within
the century, if England hail not seized her
by'tbe throat aa ollen a she attempted to
do so. England la surrounded with the
ocean and U'-aUtrMs thereof iu' war; but
why should ahe prevent Russia from seek-
ing a warm-water oponing into the MmeT
Why should she hold the unspeakable
Turk in the way, and back him up with
nil her fighting-power, to obstruct a great
fellow-Christian empire from taking its
rightful placo among the European states
on the com moil domain of nations, the
And what right has England to dictate
boundaries to Uussia in Afghanistan, or
anywhere else outsido of tho British pos
sessions in Asia? Uussia was in Asia be
lore England was; and, though there may
bo nothing in such n priority, yet the one
has now as legitimate a right to overrun l
nnd absorb the heathen thero as tho other
has. Cnu not these, two great Christian
empires hog the pagan kingdoms between
them without fighting ench other? Why
should tho jjcople of England and the
)C(iilc of Uussia pound each other with
great guns, shoot, stab, and otherwise do
each other to death on land and sea,
squandering two or three thousand million
dollars apiece in the mutual slaughter, on
the question aa to how near neighbors
their governments threaten to become In
their final appropriation of middle and
western Asia and their spoliation of the
heathen thereof? If there should be honor
nmong thieves, why ought there not to bo
Mr. Gladstone has been standing as that
sort of interrogation-mark between the
parties for some time, with the guns of
both leveled and the other Christian na
tions twitting them with cowardice for not
shooting. Mr. Oladstouo is as nearly
right as one of the brothers at the door of
the Sundayschool would have been in
rushing forth, waving a white hand
kerchief of truce toward the
three approaching brothers, and
imploring to know why three brethren
should get so near to three other brethren
as to make their mutual murder neces
sary even in the presence of Christian
teaching and Christian worship! And, it
then the teachers and children of the Sun
dayschool had come out and hooted and
jeered the daring brother who was thus
pleading for peace, and had laughed at
and ridiculed both sides for not banging
away with the shooters that they bad on
the cock and aimed, that brother would
have fairly represented the Christian states
man, Gladstone, as he stands today be
tween the two hostile Christian empires;
und the supposed attitude of the Sunday
bcIiooI toward the brother wonld have
shown the actual attitude of nearly all
who is endeavoring to keep the peace or
Christendom by keeping its two greatest
empires from murdering each other.
We are beginning to suspect that Bay
ard, Manning and Vilas are "offensive
partisans." Will Mr. Cleveland "turn the
rascals" out ?
William Shakspeare is now postmaster
at Kalamazoo. We wonder whether the
great poet and dra .latist is a regular
Bourbon or a Mugwump!
St. Nicholas, for June, is now making
young and old people happy, in this city.
The gray-haired boys are quite aa glad to
see it as any ot the younger ones.
The Columbus Times Democratic cen
tral organ says that the Springfield
Oi.iiBE-HLi-i.'nLiu is now "the head Repub
lican organ," being "printed at recognized
Edward Everet LI ale it in Paris looking
up material for his proposed Life of Benja
min Franklin. With such a subject and
with his peculiar ability, he cannot (ail to
make a very fascinating biography.
The Youngstown Vindicator, a vigorous
Democratic weekly, is now published by
Messrs. Patton & Webb, the last named
being Mr. John M. Webb, who has been
the editor ol the paper, for some time past.
Mr. Patton is the son of the late Dr.
Thomas Patton, the old proprietor of the
Tbe Ohio Slate Juurnnl sayt we bare Fos
ter and Realty on the brain very much. It
does not stem that the Journal is troubled
wiih anything or anybody on the brsln to any
Impnssive extent. Cincinnati! Commercial
Now please do not adopt a tone of "ta
periority and savagery" toward Columbus.
"The situation hardly justifies to much at
titude." It relieves the situation somewhat to
have the assurance given to the public
that Paul Boyton and others who were ac
cessories to the act of poor, foolish R. E.
Odium, who jumped from tbe Brooklyn
bridge and killed himself, have provided
tbe "remains" with a coflin with "six silver
handles." II Odium were alive now lie
couldn't enjoy those elegant and rich
Tbe "Varieties" man, ol the Columbus
Dispatch, closes a little poem addressed
to young ladies who write verses and tend
them to editors, as follows:
It will terr gie.tly aid us.
When we read yo.r proffered vera. '
To decide lilt Is pretty '
Or not worth a curse.
This it not only profane but it it dis
courteous and unjust to the raceoiiiukert,
who do not "curse." The "stanza" should
read as follows '.
It will teiy greatlv aid us,
Whin wereadyourproS.rsdaw4.lia. '
Or not worth a linker's dam.
A linker's dam is tbe arrangement be,
puts up to keep the molten metal in plaoa
until he can use it, and it is therefore) not
a "cuts word."
'The -alitor of ithe 'Daily Globe), Bt,
Paul, says .'that the old 'version It "Good
enough." A, the Globe it a Democratic
paper, and one ol the ablest journals ol
Itr kind, we take pleasure in quoting its
opinion, for the benefit oi many rock
ribbed Bourbons who do not se-m to agree,
on tome pointt, with Motet, Solomon aud
other Old Testament worthies. II Demo
crats or Republicans or cvon Prohi
bitionists will ' live up" to the require
ments ol the Old Version they will do
well In this life and no doubt fare well in
War is a thcrmomctor ot tiro nnd
death. It blots out n whole crop ot
grain In a wcok, destroys tho cfiloloncy
of it mighty railroad In throodnys, puts
millions a tiny upon tho pnbllo dobt ot
n nation, stops credit in every direc
tion, hastons bankruptcy, and nits luto
glory yosterdiiv's hostler nnd strcot
car driver. Tlio idlo portion ot tho
world will nover go to tho poor-hottso
if a war can intervene In their behalf.
Russia has nttemptod to como forward
among tho business nations vainly; bor
strong card bat always boon war. Shu
would prefer not to troublo Europe,
but unfortunately hor path into Asia
lies across tho apprehensions of En-
f;land. England, pursuing a huge trad
ng and colonial career, lias awakened
tho jealousy of nearly every nation ot
Europo which is indifferent to a strug
glo in tho far'East or on tho soas be
tween tho winter giant and tho island
rover. England is full of gloom, of un
employed people, of tho satiety of
avarice, and ot commerce Both En
gland and Uussia have tho temptation
to arm tho great hordes of Asia and
uso thorn in war. England has colo
nics all over tho globe, and tho attitudo
of each of thoso will bo considered with
interest Does Canada mean to arm
herself in tho Asiatio quarrels of En
gland T Docs Australia propose to
tako a hand in war about Afghanistan
and India? War is like firo; you can
kindlo it anywhere but where you can
stop it is a matter ot wind and water.
Large and Bmall Bosses.
Chief Clerk (to head ot tho estab
lishment) Good morning, Mr. Largo
wealth. Head of Establishment Good morn
ing, Mr. Smith.
Second Chief Clerk (to chief clerk)
Good morning, Mr. Smith, pleasant
Chief Clerk Morning, Brown.
Ordinary Clerk (to second chief
clerk) Good morning, Mr. Brown.
Glad to see you looking so well this
Second Chief Clerk Ya'as. Hang
up my coat, Jones.
Ofllco Boy (to ordinary clerk)
Good morning, Mr. Jones. Can I do
anything for you this morning, sir?
Ordinary Clerk Htistlo around live
ly now and got things in shape. You
ain't worth tho powdcr.to blow you
Negro Porter (to ofllco boy) Good
Ofllco boy Come, you black nigger,
get down stairs and sweep out tho
basement or I'll report you.
The negro porter then goes down
and abuses tbe cat- if. Y. Sun.
Mr. Sampleson is a very irosciblo
man, and is in the habit of punishing
his boys severely. Not long since ho
observed that ono of his sons needed a
now pair of pants. He scoldod the boy
for wearing out his clothes so fast,
-l'n, no pants can last any timo tho
way you hits," replied tho son ro
proachf ullv. ' Terna Hiftimja.
. JMMH AUD THAT.
John Henry pleaded with Annella.
And all bis passion tried to tell ber.
She said, "John H , your words you wtttc,
Your teeth betray a want of taste,
Your breath i fiends me, so 1 say,
Use SOZODONT or ttay away."
To Neutralise OtTenslvenesa.
In many forms we use disintrctlog agents.
Impure breath, caused by bad teeth, tobacco,
spirits or catarrh, is neutralized by SOZO
DONT. 'Tit a healthful betutlfier, and a
great luxury as a dentifrice. Tbe repulsive
breath is by its use rendered as Iragraot at a
rote, oud coldness by friends or lovert will no
Apache Indians are on tbe warpath in Ari
zona. "Bough on Itch," curet humors, eruptions,
ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet,
KImer Swaf'good, of Plymouth, Ind., was
killed by lightning.
"Wells' Health Renewef" lor weak men.
A solid Foraker delegation bat been select
e 1 f om Coshocton county.
"Buchu-paiba," Great Kidney and Urinary
Tbe population of tbe District of Columhia
by tbe police census it tbown to be 203,973.
Water Bugs, Roacbet, use "Rough on
Wm Fry, a farmer near Wabash, Ind., wat
struck by a passenger train near Clay pool and
"Wells Health Benewer" for Delicate
Waller Ayert, an attache of tbe Firtt Na
il, nal Bank, of HllUboro, O.died of cotuumt
"Rough on Ban" clean out Raw, Mice.
Tue Council of Cincinnati hat voted an
appropriation lor the organization oi a corps
ol mounted police.
' Rough on'Cornt" hard or toft corns, bun
, Alarming aymptomi Inthe lllueetcf Gen
eral Grant bare recurred, Tbe trouble it still
Injhis throat, ,
"Bough on I'aln" Pwoted Plaster, vise.
Liquid, 20e. ,
., John Wont, of Cincinnati, wat struck tnd
killed by .an txpreettralp on tbe 0., H. i D.
railroad, near Carthage, 0.
"Wells'! Ucaltb Benswer" for Dyspepsia,
All work at jibe Pennsylvania Colliery,
MtCarmel, Ps., btt been suspended. Tb,
monthlr pa j -roll it 40,000.
Bed Bugs, Flits, use "Bough on RtU."
Tbomu Campbell, a convict In the jail at
Zanrtville,' O., attempted to fire tbe place by
ttttlog 6re to bit bedding and dragging ft
ioto tbe corridor,
Lost raltk la Faitietaat
There art innumerable instance wbtie
curet have btao wtTtcled by Soovlll'e Sartapa
rilla, (ilood and A'Ltver 8) rop.fo til disease
of the blood, when the patient had Ueo given
up by by sicisnt. It it oat of tbe best remedies
evtr offered to tbe public, and at it it prepared
with the greatest cart, at a turcila for certain
lUstsj.-t, it It no wonder that it should be
mory effectual eljui battily written) aad eare
letsly prepared atetetiptloar Take Scoria's
Blocd and Liver Syrup for alt dieordtrt 'aris
ing .jiMi mpure blood. It It endorsed by all
leading prtfeetloaal men.
A QUESTION ABOUT
The qoort Ion has jwohabty tieen aaked thonaanea
of UmL"Hnw can IWn'n Iron Hitters cure msy
ffililrWell. It d.n't lint It dor. cure anjdkfjjje
nr Thleh a reputable phrslclan won 1.1 prescribe! SJ"
Phrdclsna rrongnlie Iron m the Imit nwtoraUte
ecnt known to the pnffWl.m. and inoalrr of any
KXa Tcheralc.1 flrrattlll substantiate thsaaserUoa
th.t there are more irwatl.ns ol Irni, Ibsn or any
other snlUnoiiil In mnjlclno TlitsBhows eon
elultl th.t Iron I. acknimlmhrfd to be the most
-e-a a .... ..I k.wtlesl hwsutftlASB la lam
DDMllliie IDflN DirtTQC"'.'"" "?"
DnUrin WlllwllUII I s.liwuiewwui,cuw
headache, or prodoee con.tlp.tlon nil other Iraa
rarealndlaral Ion, MlloiianriM, Weaker,
Ilyanenala, Malnrln, Chill, nnd Fevers,
Tired FrrllneMlriicrnl l(rblllty,Pala In the
Hide, llnrkor I,lmb,Ilrnilnrhc and Newral
eTla for aU these ailments Iron Is prescribed daily.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS,
tnlnuta. JUkn h titlier thoroiirh ftr-llclnM, ft ftcta ,
rJiiwiy. when tikvn by mn ttm fit-nt (wnptnm of
benefit ltnvnfir(Hlrnfrirr. Tlioniwclnthemoei
firmer, tli dlf t Inn Improvo!, t he tKiwHi at ftctlff.
The mi fofftti at one to brighten t thn tktn clMtr
opt healthy color coiumi to th f iWkij nerrotunwi
dUapimarai function aI dcnttiXftnpntH tw3nrn mf
lar, ana If a narlnt mnthfr. nlmnd&nt TOftnan I
In nupplled for the child, IUmom1tr Dmwn'i Imn
Bittm la the ON LY imn modiclne that la not In
Jurioaa, I AytfWrtfi an I lrugg(lt rrrttm mrnl If.
The Gennlno haa Trad Mark and rintd red lisf
oa wrapper. TAKIC NO OTIIKR
"i acne an ovori" What a commor) ex
pression; and how much It m.ean.s to frany
a poor sufferer! Theso aches rjave a
cause, and m.oro frequently thaq Is gener
ally suspected, tho cause is trie Liver or
Kidnoys. No disease is more painful or
serious thaq trese, aqd no rem.edu, is so
prorript aqd effective as
No remedy has yet boon, discovered
that is so effective Iq all KIDNEY AND
LIVER COMPLAINTS, MALARIA, DYSPEP
SIA, etc, aqd yet it is simplo and h.arrq
less. Scieqco aqd rqedical skill have
corqbined with woqderful success th,ose
h.erbs which, nature h.as provided for trie
cure of disease. It strengthens aqd in
vigorates tho wholo system.
Bon. ThadJeus Rtcrrns, tho distinguished Cos.
areawnau, ouce wroto to a frllou member who waa
suffering from ludifi .Hon and kidney disease i
"Try Mlshlrr'a Herb Hitters, 1 1 Ilcvo It will core
you. I have uwl it for both liullKcetlon and affec
tion of tho kidneys, and It I. tho innet wonderful
comb! naUon of incdlcliinl hcilw I ever saw,1
MIBELEn IIEHD BITfEBS CO.,
B35 Commorco St.. Philadelphia.
Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup rleversTallt
BIck Ilcadaeho and relieve all the troubles rneJ.
dent to a bilious state of the eyslera, tnek at Dee
tineas, NsnseA, Drowsiness, Distreet after eattntr,
rain In the Side, Ac Whllo thHrmosttesaawJ.
able laccett bat been shown in caring
Head aehe.yrt Cart cr'sLlttlc Liter ruiasreeipulr
valuable In Constipation, caring and preveBtuut
this annoy tag complaint, whllo they aiw correct
tit disorders or the stomach, ttfmnlste the liter
and regulate the bowels. JCtcoUtheyoaJyoorwf
Ache thrr would be almost priceless to tboftwa
tuflirfrora this distressing complaint; batfecta
pately their goodncasdoea not end here, and those
It the banc, of so many lire that here It when we
snake our ureal boast. Our pills cut it while
Others do sot. . j
Carter' Little LIrer Pull are very email ttsl
wery easy to take. Ono or two pills make dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do not grips or
purge, butbythelr gentle action please ailwhei
naethem. tnvlaleatiHcentat five for It Beta
by druggist! everywhere, or seat by man.
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McMonagle & Rogers'
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Extract of Vanilla, in the purity a
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mistakable flavor of the finest Mexican
Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring;
Ice Cream, Cake and Custard. Gift
them a trial and satisfy yourself.
Iam coppersmith by trade, and during a
series of years toy arms (being bar when st
wore; nave ausoroeu a wonuenui amount oi metal
Dolson. Ilavlnff a strofuluua fendene. b.mM.
youth, tbe small particles of copper and brtea
woum get into me sores, anu ny tan process the
poison waa conveyed Into my bluou ttlf my whole
arttem txcame lufeeteJ. I was treated with M
remedies of mercury and iidlite potassium, ttll-
tswuu luuoweu, mj ice n are an loose in my ne4,
mr dlgesllreornsni deranged, and I hat bees
helpless In bed for oter a year with mercurial
rheumatism. My Joints were all swollen, tadl
lost the use of my arms aud lege, and became
helplcsas an infant.
Sly sunerings became so Interne that It wt Im
possible for me to rest. The doctors adrlaad ihi
logo to Ibe city hospital for treatment This I
couiu not near, a irienu, wno lias proted a frlead
loueea, urgea me to try Bwiii's Hueeiac, Delisting
It would cure me. Utners discouraged me, hut I
secured a few boltlis, and have now taken two
dozen botllet. The Orst effort of tbe medicine was
to uring ine poison to tue suuace, ana I broke out
all oter in running son a. They soon disappeared
and my skin cleared otf. My knees, which had
become twice ihtlr natural site, hare resumed
their usual also, a' d are supple aa of yore. My
arm and hands are all right again, aud can ue
them without pain. Theeutlie disease hu left
all parts of my body sate two ulcers on ml wrist,
which are healing r.pldlyj I am weak from loag
conflueuient, but I have tbe use of all my limbs.
This medicine Is bringing me out of the greatest
trial of my life, and I cannot And words sunVleut
toeipreas my appreciation ot lis vl tues, and the
gratitude I feel th.t 1 ever heard of it.
J.n 9. III). ?" t!''"V'' AUU"' 0I
The drouth lo South writ Georgia last spring
dried up the wells, aud we were compelled lo tu
water from the cieek on the plantation. The re
sult ws. that all were troubled with chills and
feecr. 1 carried Willi rue enteral boUlee.f Swift'
BecUc, and as long as I took it, I bad perfect
health. As soon as 1 ceaed taking It, I, Ilk lb
.Mi, w.Bsuii icu wiui inius. tvnen i rams
IU us-, I was all r In lit again. We bat uatd II la
ourfaiully as an antidote fur malaria poson (or
two or three years, and hate neter know It I
fall In a elugle Instance.
W, c. Poaaow.
, Sumter Co., a fepl. II, list
Treatise on Illood aud Skin Diseases Bailed be?
TnB8wnrTrJraciirioCo.,lirwr , AtUata.O.
STRAW HATS! folton &
NacklMwa, s"ltni.CMtMl.tci. Fh. Asssrhstst. Hswstt
-...SHIRTS! JSKL SHIRTS!
FOLTON 1 HYPES,
C. H. PIERCE A CO.
We make asoecialtv of fine oaner decora.
tions for both dwellings
We 'have dune the finest work overseen
in Springfield and continue to do it, and all be
cause we employ none but the most skilled ?nd
experienced workmen and artists.
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 & H, 13 S, MARKET ST.
Take a Pointer from the Above.
CLUSTER PATTERN, 5-10x3-4 Inch.
Also 8 Inch, 4 Inch, and 8 Inch dressed strips, very nice, already ontand Jnt
what jon want to make FLY SCREENS OF.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO..
4io rVsisT nrXAXxtr mm.isii'r.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Htuto of Claloaifo.)
Dwritiitry in all of its Branches.
Specialty of On fillings; reatorlng partial lose of
teeth without platot, and restoring to usefulness
sound root and broken teeth by crowning.
1161-2 West Main Street.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
Its BaebsMhaaVa 'Baslldlau
rer Haa-phy at store.
Hpeclal atientlM slveu n. it imtrMiui
DR. H. R. DOSCH.
Room 16 4.17, Arcade, Springfield, 0.
Seteltl Attmtfea Olrtn t Operant Denut
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
When You Will Find
NICE AND FRESH 600DS
PABTIE8 SOCIALS A SPECIALTY.
. astrCkll nnd see tb. Uandsomtst Ic Cream Tar
lor loth But.
Boom He. t, Arcade Building, Becond Floor,
ESTABLISHED IN 183.
Wat. H. Osaiit. Mum M. a
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
a Kowt Delightful
Mwlawssn, Low able.
aTonrTrtf per Week Setweea
DETROIT AND MACKINAO
Aad jrrarr Week Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
"Ploturtu Maokinao," llluttrated.
iatsaMaTaUatajtlenlare. Mailed Tree.
Detroit A Cleveland tteam Nav. Co.
C. O. WHITCOMO, OCM. . Aer.,
WEAJL UNDEVELOPED PARTS
Of fl WVMk aM.PT BWLAKQ1D, PHTIUilTD.
l. .i . "
farrwtniej tj tt
hypes STRAW HATS!
8 H EAST
and business rooms.
IN TUE TREATMENT OP
Liror and Kidney Complalntu,
Diabetes, Gravel Stone in the
Kidneys and Bladder,
llright'cj Disease, etc.
rrscTKD nv tub Discovsnr or
The following are specimens of teitlmonlsla be
lag dally received by the Calculi Resolvent Mann
Columbus, (., April
Calculi Reeolrent MTg. Co.,Cleteland, O.t
Dear Bin On of our customers haa been trou
bled with Kidney Complaint, haa tried nearly
everything, and since taking 3 Mottlea f Oaf
eollK.solT.nt he claims to be fully relieved and
cored. lie does not want his name made publie,
but we can aay be haa used nearly everything for
his complaint, but thla time he struck the riant
UuscHKOtn Bros., Druggist..
. ., Clkvllamo. O., March 23, 1885.
Calculi Resoltent MTs-. lo., 70 Water street:
(Jentlemen For years I hate a', times been
Iron' led f torn torpid liver, ad also, more or less,
from Kidney election. Borne time .go, when la
the con Hi Ion above mentioned, I procuied a bottle
of your Calculi Resoltent. At the time my urine
waa very red, and the sediment accumulated dur
ing the night had somewhat the appearance of
brick dust. Before I had completed the bottle my
liter seemed to act like new one, and the urine
cleared up. the onenslte smell I. ft It, and now no
deposit Is found when It stands t few hours I give
this statement unssked, nd, It worth anything In
calling the attention of those slmlllarly afflicted,
you may use It as you like. Yours truly,
Jah.s A. Youko.
(Sold by J. J. Brown.
IMMUNITY FROM ANNOYANCES
? I. ,
i" imv n
Hade onlr of the flaest ana sVeat
ejualilr of Glasa for with
Evory good thing la Counter
ftitod, nnd oonaumera are OATJ
TIONED iwainst IMITATIONS
of those Chimneys made . of
VEBY FOOB OLAS8. See that
the exact label is on each chim
ney aa above. The Pearl Top la
always clear and bright Grlaaa.
Maautartarea OKLY hv
0EO. A. MACBETH A CO,
Pittsburgh Uad Olaaa Work.
T,tr Hulo lay Dealers.
MEDICATED BODY BANDS
AUK A POSITIVE CURB FOR
Painful and Uimcolt M.nalraallon.Kldn.y
Troubles, Kh.amallstn, Pl.utisy, Lum
bago, Iysp.psl., N.uralgla, Clollo
or Uf.rrhiBei, Pain in the
Hid., Hack or Bow. Is.
Eiosllent for CHOLEUA In all forms, warming
tb bowels aud checking discbarges. Kent by mall
on receipt of 11. N. Y. HEALTH AUENUY, SM
Broadway, N. Y, Refer, by permission, to Am rl
ean Ki press Co. or Its agenU, bend for circular.
KVKUY UNK who owns a WAUON wants a
CAMUPiTOP. Fold up
like an umhr.Ha. Weigh
leu than IS Iba. Can be
taken oB or put on la S min
utes. Made In a aea I. at
business wagons, plrssure
wagons and buyglva. bod
for IlluslraUd circular and
.Mi " ui t i" a.ou wantea
k.,a 1,. A . . T
i.iio. VT'.. ?' wuer. you saw una. u. a.
Pat Pot SOtt, 1883. J
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l.A'f'2J?JtJ!-U"" '' d'r'
.,"",' "" weei rates lor Idter
tlslng in tM good newspsoers sen! free Ad.
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