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GLOBS RIPTTBUO. WEDNESDAY atrtmr. MAT .7. 1916
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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
(JNNEY, NICHOLS & 00.,
ORE-REPUBLIC BUILDINQ, WEST HIQH T.
Cor. Walnut Alley.
n ty edition, per Year,
1 illy edition, per week,
1 5 cents.
MAMMOTH DOUBLE SHEET)
Issued Every Thursday Morning,
On -1 DOliliAr A yEAq.
1.! )! un'cationi should be addressed te
KINNEY NICHOLS i CO.,
NOTICr. TO KASTEllM ADVKKTISF.IW.
Mr. II. 0. Human, 23 1'ark How, New York, is
the Giobk-K-.-ublic's special representative, to
whom all Eastern advertising buslnea, must be
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 27,
1IIK lir.VHA-UKl'VJILlO ANIt XU
IIEI'VHLJVAN STAIE COS
rSNTlON. Morning mid Keening Killtlone.
We call the attention of our business
meu to tho fact that we shall issue both
morning anil evening editions of the
Ql.OBh-IlEFum.lo on the 11th and 12th of
June, with lull reports of the State Hepub-
licau Convention up to the hour of issue.
We shall print u very large number of
hi h edition and the papers will be pro-fitt-cly
distributed through all portions of
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.
Ohio ItKPCitrirAW CnMMiTrKK Roosts,
Columiils, May 4, 18.5. I
lha Uepubllcan State Contention ol 1889 will be
neld In the city of bpt lugBeld on
Thureday, June 11, 1885.
The Delegates of each Congressional District
wil convene sts o'clock a. m. for the Durnose of
bo-lng oue Vice Yrvsident for the Convention,
end one member of escu ot the various Coinmlt
Ues. 3 he Convention wilt be called to order at 10
o clock a m. forlemporary organization, and at
tc.ock p. m. for )Mruiannt organization and the
ttrnsactioo of Its other business.
Candidates will be nominated for
JiiioS of Siiprciuo Court,
Member ltuurd Public Works.
'J he basis of representation in this Conrention Is
one delegate fcr every lire hundred vol' st and one
lor every fraction of over two hundred and fifty
votes cast for lion. James (J. Blaine for President
The several counties will be entitled to repre
sentatlon In said Convention aa follows:
C.ermont .m .,
Marion ............... .
2,6 1 C
3, J 15
i erry ......
Pickaway. .... ...,
Koas . . ........w......
Van Wert.. ....
Vlulou - ..............
Warren .. ..ot
vr ealngton ,....
We recommend that efforts le mads to secura
will attend; and that, as far a practicable, the,
Ceunlyl eniral Committees be appoints! at the1
laAl3ybM'"eb,""',' thU "".iiiWtT, were, courteous and obliging to the
The Marietta Register has thin important
bit of Inlornuttlon. ,
Hon. Joseph t). Taylor, of Cnmuttdtie, 0 ,
will be temporary, and Hon. Win. McKlnley
Sermanent chairman ot the Ohio Republican
lale Conrent'on, MiKlnlev will round the
key-note or the campaign.
It lias (mull j been ascertained that it is
Mr Orover Cleveland, and not his sWcr,
who is president. Some nice, innocent
people were cherishing the the hope that
Miss Clevelaud was to "run" the White
House, if not tho whole country I
Tho Mayor of LoiiNillo bin discovered
thnt a recent raid on "blacklegs" was
operating ngainat tho "commercial inter
ests" of tho city. The prominent "com
mercial interests" of the city seem to bo
those of lottery and other gambling con
cerns. The same appears to be true of
It is Colonel Carson I,.i!o, and not Mr.
George Alfred Townsoud, who ii the in
dustrious and brilliant gentleman who in
terviews prominent isitors to New York,
and leading residents, for tho benefit of
the readers of the New York Tribune.
The Colonel is an old Ohio journalist, find
ho is doing very acceptable work in Now
The Sandusky Keister has a number of
reports from Northern Ohio on the wheat
outlook and the fruit prospect. Of wheat
there will not bo more than half anaverago
crop. Oats will not reach an average
crop. Peaches nre generally a failure,
most of the orchards being killed. The
grape crop will fall below the average, and
may reach CO or 70 per cent, of a crop.
Reports are not of a ery promising char
acter. Mr. H. II. Otis, the publisher, of 288
Main street, Buffalo, New York, has sent
us the "Chautauqua Birthday Book,"
arranged by Miss Annie M. Cummings, of
Chautauqua, a relative of the Cum
mingses of this city. It is a hnndsomc
little book and has especial valuo for
Chautauquans, of whom there is quite a
little army in Springfield. The price of
the book is $1 and it will be sent by n.nil
by the publisher to those who order it.
"There is no citizen of the United States
whose death would leave such A void as that
ol Victor Ilueo has made In Krnnc-." Leader.
Is that so? Not even Mr. Ilajcs, ol Fremont?
The death of Mr. Hayes would make a
great void in tho country. It is true
that he is an ex-president of the United
Slates, but it is true, also, that he is act
ively and efficiently engaged in promoting
educational work among the ignorant
classes ot the country in a way that will
be sure to have a great and most whole
some influence on its future. His work is
neither showy nor noisy, yet we doubt
whether any single man iu the country is
doing more to enlighten and reform the
illiterate of the land than General Ruther
ford J. Hayes, and we may add that he
has an able and industrious assistant in
his worthy wife, Mrs. Lucy Webb Hayes I
The Hon. John L. Hayes, in the Wool
Manufacturers' Bulletin, states what a
contemporary (the Los Angeles Daily
Times) calls the interesting fact that
Great Britain, though having only 35,
000,000 of people, while the Uuited States
has 55,000,000, is and haB for ten years
been a larger importer of woolen goods ot
foreign manufacture than the United
States has been. This may be, nnd is, in
teresting, but it is not at all wonderful.
The English people wear woolen clothing
all the year round, while Americans wear
a great deal of cotton and linen. Our
policy is to cultivate and encourage the
exportation of our woolens to England
We now send large quantities of woolen
carpets abroad, because we make a better
and cheaper article than can be produced
Guy Min, the Celestial orator, in a re
cent speech in San Francisco, said:
"America sends millions ot dollars to
China to" prepare her people for the king
dom of heaven, but reluses them a home in
the United -States." Min is prttty Bmarl,
but he shouldn't make a "Guy" of himself
or us by neglecting to ditcern the differ
ence between the portion of America that
snds the millions of dollars to China to
Christianize her people and the persons in
Congress, with the politicians who buck
tbem, who refuse the Chinese a homo in
thi-t country. Those who send the money
alluded to are those who treat the Chi
nese now in this country like men and fellow-beings,
and who do their best in their
behalf a fact which finds ample and hon
orable illustration in this city.
If every employer was willing to pay a
f sir an J living price for aa bouest day's labor,
and every employe was ready to perform an
honest day's woik and faithlully and con
ttnteuljr eek to promote the beat tntrrtt9 of
bla employer, the happlaets and wellfaie ol
both parties would be greatly advanced.
The solution and the only solution of
tbe great labor problem lies in this meaty
paragraph, iu which ground is taken pre
cisely like that taken In an editorial ri
ce ally printed in tbe Qi.ohk-Ru-ubi ic.
When each party to a labor arrangement,
or contract, is fair and honest, there can
,Ue no cause for complaint from ei(ucr,and
whenever complaints were made they
j would be the exception and not the rule,
; Both parties Would feel that the arrange
ment was mutually beneficial and helpful
i that eaels was rendering good service to
the other. If, in addition to this, each
"W "" outtbe H lhauiore
jiMM3t and profitable.
C. W. Mclllcr, of 406 vSoiithsrFoiirth
itrcct, St. l.oult, U twenty-.)?1""'0'' Rs
Hid Itna lnui a MilVu-r frcini chronic
citinli, ulilcli li id become quite otTeu
ive. Wht.11 lioc.tme to Dr. Ilarlmtn.two
in 11 t '- ugo, tic uns told It would take six
tiuiit 1-1 to erne liitn. But he lias pro
gio -id lumm.l nil expectations, and
neatly a. I slum of the disease hate ills
n;iie ired. lit- 011! being treated ho could
not bicatbeout of the nose, nnd now he
Inn perlrrt totilrot of the nasal organ.
Pi-RUSAdid the business,
James Dunn, of 1310 Gay street, St.
Louis, lias MilTcred from catarrh since
1870. The gentleman-told the retvorter
the following straightforward story of
his rase. " I took thedleeaee IniMcm
phU. It commenced in my head -and
extended to my throat, and a bad cough
followed. I went to a number of phy
sicians, nnd they told me my trouble was
liver disease, and one said it was palpita
tion of the heart that caused the.couch.
Por the last year I, have been practlcallyu
worthless. I could not ascend a flight 0
stairs without suffering from shortness of
breath and fast beating of tho heart, and
my appetite was very, defective.. j After
eating I often coughed so hard that I
would throw up everything in my, stora;
acli. I could not walk any distance with
out panting. Five weeks ago I went
under the care of Dr. Hartman. and now
my cough has disappeared and I feel like
a new man." Pkruna was hi treat
ment. Next came George Sauerbaum, residing
at 1929 Carr street, St. Louts, .who Is an ,
old patient of Dr.: Hartman. He stated
that he had suffered most intensely from
chronic catarrh of tho head and lungs but
is now almost cured, his lungs being en
tirely well and his hend greatly improved.
The gratitude of this gentleman 1 was
almost boundles.and lie exprexsed St to
the reporter In the strongest terms, say-1
ing " Pkruna will cure any disease."
I. P. Dukchart, of Cumberland, Md.,
superintendent B. & O. R. R. Co s Hotels
(conductor on the Baltimore & Ohio Rail
road for twenty teighty cars, and previous
ly a druggist), writes: " Dk. S. B. Hart
man & Co., Columbus, O. I hate used
but one bottle of Phiius A between myself
and son. He had dtptlicrcticsore throat,
and is now well. As for myself, it has en
tirely relieved the dullness in my, head,
which has been of long standing the re
suit of chronic malaria, I never took
anything in my lite that gae meauch
great satisfaction. My wite is now tak
ing it also."
A Fond DoIuhIom Dispelled.
Ah, me, exclaims Clar.i Bolln, how
truth does tliller from fiction! Doesn't
tho heio of novel or play invariably got
hurt, if at nil, in the way of a broken
Iff; or something thnt lays him up In a
nice, clean manner compatiblo with
sentimentality? Moreover, isn't it the
rulu that tho" heroine, turned nurse,
shall find her employment in that ca
pacity iuado congenial by tho dutius of
snioothinir tho dear fellow's forehead
and muling to him? That's romance
Hero's roality. Tho pastor of my church
is an earnest Cht-istinn, n practical door
of good.nml nil that ion of philanthtop
ic thing. Ho is all tho while getting
up visiting committees for tho tenc-ineiit-ltouio
poor, cold-irtunl ilistribti-.
tioti coteries, and second-hand clothes
agencies. Ho got it into his beneio
lent head not lung ago that soinu ol us
girls ought to do amatour nursing in the
public hospitals. Tho idea took iWell.i
because wo hadjheard that Ixindon ar
istocratic muldiins were practicing it,'
nnd ho speedih had six enthusiastic
volunteers. Wo went through a pro
llmiuary training to the extent of read
ing a book of tiircctlous for nursing.,
Then we reported for duty. Wo were
to form a kiud of relief g.tng.i etch girl
to devote ono day iu six to actual at-r
tendancu in tho ward of a cettnin hos-i
iiitiil. Our services wero accepted.
W11 drew cuts for turns, and I hit tho
first day. Early next morning I -presented
myself, in a very plain, but
neatly litted bib and tucker, to tho
liotio physician of tho Institution. 1
Haltered myself that I was prepared
for any fate which duty might impose
upon me; but down deop in my heart
of hearts I was hopefully cxpectunt
of tho broken-boned hero of tho -novel
and tho play for n'patienty Wliat was
my ji' therefore, on being assigned -to-a
chap exactly in that line. What I
mean is that Loth his legs and ono arm
had been fractured. Of course, he
wasn't precisely tho ideal thing. His
brow wasn't. as, high and white, as tho
liotionist had described, a stubble
growth of beard inipuiredtwhatevcr ot
beauty his face might ordinarily chava
possessed, and they had stuck him fast'
in a structure of splints nnd plaster1- of
paris so that his ono immovable posi
tion was.not picturesque. 1 was bound
to make thu best of him, however, antl
at the lirst opportunity I suggested
that I might read tho morning news
paper to. him.
"Unless you want to drive mo crazy,
young woman," ho growled, unaware
that I was a volunteer, and not a hired
hospital attendant, -"you'll klmlly keop
your tongue quiet"
Thu shock was something dreadful.
I withdrew to a corner and wept.
Whcu that was dono.with 1 returnoU tq
find him asleep and snoring. But
made one additional!, cilort to realize
my expectations.. On his showing the
first xigns of awakening, and botruyiug
Fain by low sighs fouito romantically),
quietly stroked his fevered brow, lie
was wide-eyed iu a minuto.
"For heaven's sake, dpn't ,bang
and plow my head," ho exclaimed;
"1 can't stand it."
I hao only a ivaguu reoollrotiun of
how the rest of tho day wore wearily
away. O1111 of the fondest of. my de
lusion was dispelled; 'but iwhen the
next day's volunteer and I camo-vto
compaiu notes, and she related how
sho hud been allotted the euro of an old
bummer just over an attack of delirium
'tremens, I concluded that I had -boon
rather fortunate. I'd a -broken-limbed
patient, at till events,, though hU bu
haviur'huil nut been all tliut I hadnox
puclud. On thu whole, lt don't (think
thatiaiuatour uuming has tho uluuicats
of fashionable popularity.
m s "
Htoiiewall JuoIcmiiii ttl, tlio, H'lrwt illmi
General John D. Imbotlen,) who
battery bore thu brunt, of the, artillery
charge at liulLUun; relates so use, of the
incidents of the battle, in tho May
Century, from which wo take tho fol
lowing: "Several other, batteries soon
nam (i into limy so that by the ' tiinu
Grilllu and Uiekotts wero in. position
near the Henry house, we had, as I
now retnemlier.twenty-slx' fn-sh gtim
ready for them.
, "T ho lighting was renewed, and was
tcrrlllc. Jackson ordered mo to go
from' battery to battery sand acu, that
'.ho guns wero properly aimed nnd the
fuses tut; the right length. This-was
the work, of but. 1 a ,fow niiuutes. Ou
returning to Ihoiloft pi J.I10 line pf guns,
I stopputj to, ,ak General JtMskoii'
permission to rojoln my, battery. ,'J'he
fight was just then !iotnough,to juakw
uiiu ieei well. Ulyeaitalrly Jiwzetl,
handiwitb the open, pal m towards .the
nrson he was addrewliiglto throw up
1 hand as be told me to ca The-air
.'General, how is it that you. can , keep
so cool, and aiMicur so utterly lnsonsl-
blu to danger hi such a storm of sholl
anil bullets as ratnea aooui yon wnen
your hand was hit?' Ho Instantly-ibe-enruo
grave and reverential in hiavtnan-.
ncr, and answored-ln a .low tone of
great earnestnoss: .Captain,,, my rollg-,
urns belief teaches mo to (pel as safo in
battlo as In bod. God has fixed tho
time for my death. I do not concern
myself about thai, but to be always
ready, no matter when it. may over
take me.' Ho added; nfter. a 'pause,
lboking me full in. tho, face: 'Captain,
that is tho way all men should livo.and
tlion all men would, bo equally brave.'"
Puss and tho Chickens.
1 An 1 unusual sight that wpulo) have
filled the luxpansivor bosom, of .Phin
eas T. Barmini with delight at
tracted a crowd recently around the
show-window of No. 83 Liberty street,
whero a largo number of eggs aro be
ing hatched in Incubators. About halt
a dozen newly-hatche.! .ehickuns had
been placed In thu window whoa a (at
black cat lumped, lightly oor tho wlro
screen and lauded in tho midst of tho
brood. Tho chicks wero not afraid ot
tho cat, nor did the eat show any-inclination
to gobble them tip, OnHho con
trary, sho mewed 'lovingly to them,
just as a cat does when " calling hor
young, lay down, and.wlieiu tho chick
ens began nestling in her soft, warm
fur, pussy curled herself up, licked
down the rumpled feathers ot the
chicks smooth with her rough little
tongue, and sang them a lullaby in tho
form of a happy contented, purr.
When, tho chickens, had Bufflolontly
warmed themsolvostlioy. began run
ning all over their, adopted mothor,
"peeping" in her oars and pocking at
her eyes and tall. Tho cat pretended
not to notice them for awhile, -bat find
ing that they persisted sho got up,
shook herself, anal indulged int. a gam
bol in tho .window, .tlrightouod j tho
chickens,! layidowu. again, and gath
ered her adopted children again to her
"HH Tommy, como'n see do circus;
beats Ilarnum 'ter blades," yolled a
bootblack t to a newsboy who wasipass
The newsboy alluded to looked on
.with eyes and mouth wldo open, and
.exclaimed, "Well, ills Is tie best racket
J ever seon'."'
Several of the spectators" walked
,down into the store and spoke to -the
'proprietor. The cat had been around
tho store for siioruontliB past. and when
the first chickens were batched tho eat
would look, wistfully at tbem, .but did
not molest them. Then sho became
(bolder and approached them, smelling
mum ati over." Urnduallysho" became
out of tho Baruo saucer from which, tho
,chickens drank. One morning. the pro
prietor on entering the storo found, the
ca. lying in tho sawdust performing all
tho maternal functions'- that a quadru
ped could to little bipeds, 'and -the
chickens themselves showed -groat at-,
tachment to hor. Om taking upono or
more ot alio birds ,the ,qat showed ai
much concern as, though, they .were her
own kittens, and kept mewing .and
begging until they woro put back.
Sew York IHmes.
Feet of. tho Oountrjr.
"There Is a decided difference In the
shape of people's feet in 'different sec
tions of the country,' said a member of
one of tbe largest. hoe .manufacturing
firms in Philadelphia, fin tho Eastern
States thu fuet aro narrower, and some
what longer than in the West, while in
tho South they are not only narrow but
thoy possess very much higher insteps.
So much is this tho 'case that- we are
obliged to koep three -seta-of laiterfor
tho three sections. u.Xbat.cooKisto be a.
large item, I can assure you, wlien.it la
remembered the number oi. sizes. thero
nte in each set. F,or, example, in ono
sl.e alone ue have tho initial number
say sevens; then there afo "narrow sev
ens, broad sevens,- sevennuda quarters
("narrow and-bread), sevenvand ;a halt
(narrow and. broad),i seven and three
quarters (narrow and broad) that is,
twelve pairs of lasts to one size, and tq
each of those slzos we must havo three
different stylos for the sections ot the
country to which-we aro "going to send
our goods that Is, Jthirty-sl' pairs-of
lasts to oneislze pair ot boots., 1 Sounds
rather iextravagant,i .doesn't, it? Of
course, this isonly tho cose, with firms
who deal with all these sections.
"Some firms only send their goods to
one part of tho country. Now, you
would be surprised to"be told' that-In
different sections of the- ceiinvTydlBer-.
ent shapes of touts of.beotaartareqtsuredj
Out in tho, West nothing -wiU-sult but
tho squaro-tocd ..shoe,,. whereas ln the
Eastern Status the, square toe would be
in stock a century.und then' never sell.
Different parts of the-country require
different kinds of leather,' also.- In the
North 'and -West, a 'tougher,! harder
leather can , be wom Utau.jB .the South,,
whero not only a soft, 'upper,'. Ui .neces
sary, but, owing to Hie, .sandy, hot soil,
qulto thin soles, aw necessary. . For this
kiudof wearlt Is not,, unusual, to use
imported lealhorr-that U, ..for tbe 'up
pors'r but for, solos wa, employ domes
liu productions almost exclusively.
Two t of -. William d 1L i.VanderbUt'a
grandsons,. William Hji and j, Cornaliua
Jr., havo a taste lor -f ubeisfclogr Bad
print a monthly 1 jowraal- called the
fwi, which they print onder tbe nrm
name of Vanderbilt Brothers.! editors
antl proprietors, Norl West Fifty-sev
etitb street, the residence of their fath
er, ilr. Cornelius Vanderbilt They
writo their own matter, set It-up In
typo, and piiutlt .from a press they
brought home with them short time
ago from Europe. They are proud of
their pioduutlon.., which ,ls really a
handsome, specimen, of typography. It
well as cxeeitlon. J?o, V.conUlna m
offer of "u.haudioauo WxuUe. lor. ilia
best original story in twoohaptaw, not
xceodiug 25 ) words la a chapter."
waslttll of It ing inlsMoi, UMid Hi iJje
pokskhe jerjn4 dowiiils ltafjd, ansin I
aw the blgetdftuu sMfamlag fronirlt
I exclaimed, 'fleiioriil, you'artr-wound-edt'
Ho replied, as bo drew a hand
kerchief from, his, breast pocket,, and
bvgnti'to bind It up,V tOnlyra taattm
inotu, scratch,' and galloped away
along his lino.
"(Vonoral Jackson's iwound rvoelved
uiiilor tho clrciiiimtaticos lhav'do-
scribed, becaimi very serious 'when In
flammation set In. On hearing, thrco
ilii after tho fight, that ho was' 'suf
fering with it, I rodo to his quarters,
in' a littlo farm-house nuar-Centrevillo.
Although It was .barely sunriso. he waa
out under tho trees, bathing the hand
With spiing water. It wm much swol
len nnd'vory pnlnfnl,tbnt he bore-i-falni-self
stoically. .Ills wife and. baby, Jjad.
arrived tho, night bafarro. illii .little
daughter, Julio. ,wag, still in lopgdrcsscs,,
and 1 remember tossing her, to her
great delight, whllo breakfast waa be
ing made ready on a rudotablo- trader
tku trees. Of course,' the battleWM
tho only toplo discussed, at breakfasts
Hremarked In. Mrs. Jackton'aJaearing,
.son has MobabbbswnMkad UssaeaMi
twoww 11. . mmwwS!lzizl
k physician wooldpTwicfltiilssos
u TKen aa. the beat, rsaeoratlve ,
known to lha prosasslin. and Inoour tar. any
afeHftsxii? vrsr?s: SL
aaattaebe, ornodsiee enwtlpatint-all ethe Iism
sssUelaesislaTisKntVN'H IKON ISITTKKH
estre ladlsrestlee, Bllleasnrea, Wrakarasi,
. DyepeiMla. Malarisi, rhllla-asist Fevera, '
IT Srla foe all thas aOnssnU Iron la pseseilbed dally. J
iweers ssssiiaasai slsv,Das vniw in
vie. Jiks an other tboronth swdlclnes. It arte
'it When taken by m-s (he flrrt srniptisjs of
s&t la eftnewad eaanrrr The sboscIm toass Meissse
i,nei enre In
tmprovfa, iba bowels axe active
e msmii lhaaffeot Is oimsllr tnmw rapid and eaarkad.-'
nail, tnmw rapid and eaaraao."
to brtthtmii Use skln-eleare
epi healthy eolor onm to tba ehMks,
(SMHMAta, Sk,MM.l S.l.,l,IIM,l,ll. 1
.. ftr.and .if. anarrSng nelhr. abundant seatenanee
- la eappllsd for the. ehUd Rrnnrnnhev Brown! TlrnB
pwvsnsssnaejnijl sraa sasdMea-tnat sa ikw. tn
aanona, rhyiieian wihf VTMgqirtt rtcomrn..! St.
Tbm fienalna baa liade Hark and ernaaed red Hnee
ess wrapper. IAKK NO OTIIKR.
"I ache all over I" What a common ex- '
prcssloq; and how much it m,eaqs to rritny ,
a poor sufferer I These aches tpwe a
cause, and rnoro froquentlu thaq Is gener
ally suspected, the cause is Uo Liver or
Kidneys. No. disease is more painful or
serious thaq th,ese arid ,no rsrnedy Is so
prornptiaqd effective as
-No remedy has yet bee'q discovered
, that is so effective Iq all KIDNEY AND
LIVER COMPLAINTS,. MALARIA,, DYSPEP
SIA, etc, aqd yet it is, simple and h,rn
less. Scieqce aqd rnedical skill have,
'Corrbined.with wonderful, success .those
herbswhich. nature h.as provided for tfs
cure of disease. It strengthens aqd in-
I vigorates trre whole system.
' Him. Thaddetn Stevens, the durtlnrnlaned Con.
ufferlna-i from lndurosUon and kidney Ueeaaei A
- wr. ueru AuiuirB, i udwroiiwiu carw
rots. I have nmd It for Iwthnidlirtsuon and affec
tion of the ktdneya, and It la the. moat wonderful
comblnaUoo of, madldnal herbs 1 ever saw."
I MIBHLEB HBBB BITTZBS CO,
' 625 Commerce Bt, Philadelphia.
- 25 YEAR! IN" USE.
Taa Orsatast Msoieal Trtnsaph of tta UL
SYMPTOMS OP A
iMeef atswilte, BewelsceetlweTrsUata
tk heaeV vriili stall sstaasuUafta tka
kack ami, Fala aaslsnr aa aaealder
klaates, Fallaaaa after eatlac, with taeUs
laeltaatln t tsasrHea ef sseslr rsalasl,
IrrttsUsllllref f easper, Law aalrlta, wtta
ss feellnaefiMawt ssaysrl act eat stair.
WeartaesevIUasUastaw, aYlsutertaa sudka
Ilswrt, Data keferelk erets, IlaasUek
avsrr the risks eye,-Best leeeaeae, with
tOsI sUeaau, Ulcklr eelorad Crlasj. aa4
. . -. CON 8TIPATIOW. '
TUTPB YUXM are especially adaptssl r
, Tbeylisereeje the Appetite. .11 J a., sky
bedy to Take osa riealatjina aba arsaaaa le,
aaoarlehed. and ty their Ttnale AeUarsa ess'
ftSsa StlwM.SS.an. ll.SBsasaaSaarw
Eenovatea the body, makea healthy tVah,
trengthena the weak, repairs the wastes of
. sue STBunn wish pure Dtooaaw nssraniuacie;
tones tbe nervous system, iuvigoi-atea the
brain, and Imparta the-vbjor of TnsihooA
awJtcnr4T$urrar St.. Mew ToaiK
,1 Extract of Vanilla, in the purity la
Which we offer it, has the delicate and ua
mistakable flavor of 'the finest Mexican
Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring:
Ice Cream, Cakeand Custard. J Give
utem a trial and satsslyi yourself.
lesn a coppersmith by trade, andidarlna.a
"'a of yean my arms 1 being,. bare when at
work) nave absorbed a wonderful amount of metal
poison. Hasina a scrofulous teadaney from my
youth, the small particle, of copper and braes
weuld set Into the sores, sod by. this, isroeeea the
poison waa nosureyed into my bloou till say whole
system became Infected. I waa treated with eld
vaUon followed.my teeth are all loose In my head,'
nrYdrkeettveofnnederanged.-and I have beet!
helpless o bed tor. over j a year with mercurial
rheumatism. My Joints were all swollen, and I
ost the use otto y arms and. leas,-aadibeeama
My .utTerlnga became so Intense that It wast lm
poaalble lor me to rest. The doctor sdvlaedisne
to so to the city hospital lor treatment. This I
oeuld wot beasv A friend, who haa-peeved sJrlead
f deed, urged tee te try swift's Seeclnc, bellevlai
It would cure me. Others dtaeoaraxed me, but I
secured a few bottles, and have now takes twe
dosen bottles. Tbe first eflect ol tbe medicine was
to brine the poison to the sulfsce, and I brokeeut
all over in ruanJos eorva. Tbey eaon dlaappaared
and my skin cleared oft. My knees, which hid
beeometwloe their. naUral slos.thave. resusaed
Usetr usual site, aid are supple as of yore. My
arms and band, are all right again, antl can use
Uesa, without .!.. The entire taaaae ,baa, left
allparUofmy body save two ulcers en mi wrist,
which are heallog rapidly.- I am weak from. leu
OMuesuBi, but liiaveibe uk ol ill mr llmba.
This medicine 1. bringing me out oftbe greatest
trial of my life, and I cannot Cad wwrda sufficient
graUiude I feel that I ever beard of It.
The drouth to Southwest Oeorgta last spring
dried up the well., asd are were compelled) te nee
waur from the creek on the plsnUllon. The. re
sult was that all were troubled with (bill, and
fever.' I carried with me several hot Use of Swift's
fpeelta, and as long as I took it, I bad perfect
health. Aaeeoa aa I eeasedtaklns It, I,, like tbe
rest, wss sfflKled wllh chills. When I resumed
ourfamlly a. an antidote for malaria poison tor
" . f.w" " "a"1 again, we nave used 11 la
two or three years, and have never kaewa It to
fail la a single Instance.
W. C. Vtiauiv.
- BeoilerOo., Oa.( Sept. U, IMS.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Dlaeasee Balled e'ree.
TassgtnrrBfacinoCo.j . rawer a, ,AUaata, Ua.
JjK A Csv
warnmi note J.
1ELIIM.E SELF OMi
fsvonte Drescriotion of ona of tha ssau
bOtCd and SUCCMkful .lfaliU. 1 k II R
(bow .stand) fer Ike cure of Merwejsse aweklUls,
, Masiaasd, Weesksseooand AHssatr. Seat
in plain sealed envelops Free. Dreggtsts caa U la,
Wl. WARD SCO,
Msoklnsws, Mllsns, Csstoss, sto. Fln.Aiiertia.nl. Nswsst
skspss In LllitSlhTHsts.
SHfRTS! ";:H"' SHIRTS!
C. H. PIERCE 4 CO.
We 'malfr a1 specialty of fine paper decora
tions for both dwellings and business rooms.
WenRBveiidtjne the .finest work ever seen
ifi Spnngfieid.and continueto do it, and all be
cause we employ none but the most skilled end
experienced, work men and artists.
If youdwant any work of the kind done
entrust it -to us, and we will guarantee yo
DBrffiCt.iSatisfaCtinn at Ihn vai-v Inucct nriro
ftr which good and perfect work can be done.
Take a Pointer from
Dr. T. L James, Dentist
(Late of GItlotiKo.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
i Specialty of One fillings; restoring partial loss of
wv... w..vh. ...v auu lemming u, (IK:
sound roots and broken teeth by crowning.
110 1-S West Main Street.
Dr. Frank C. Runyan,
Saae las Bnckltsabnni'a Manillas
aver saarBbjr ef Bro's store.
Bpeetal atleitlu ,lvet ti tbe tioert'ni
DR. H. R. DOSGH.
Beoms 15 A 17, Arcade, Springfleld, 0.
asselsl AHenUen Glees ts Operative Dtatfs
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN. STREET,
Where You Will Tind
NICE AND FRESH GOODS
PARTIES A SOCIALS A SPECIALTY.
I SJOrCall and aee the Uandsomest Ice Cream Tar
ter In tbe State.
i Boom No. ft, Arcade llulldlns;, Second Floor,
1 UtHl.llAlil I Ilt
jeya SUI.U1III VU1V.
BSTABLISHEO IN 1838.
Wat. U. aKT. Maaim M. a
WM.1 GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
r.ltsvrsl. Bevoorn sad Hsvaa.
The Xoal SeUghtrot
Valaee Steamer., low Bate.
root Tripe per Week Between
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
Aa Srery Week Bay Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Writ for our
"Picturesque Mseklnso," Illustrated.
Contains bU rartioauute. Mailed Tree.
.Detroit 4 Cleveland Sfeam Ntv. Co.
" r. n tifuiv-Mu. .. . .
WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS
iltl"? F""" ' aiURorp. iitvnnrrii.
.T.ssumtssu. ju . . .J 1..11.', s,.Sri
li.WJ.f. I.f.yljwl.q.lrw. M.wlll..,U
B H LUST
S. MARKET ST.
otni nuAND op
I. the safest and purest (lasolene in the market.
This brand burns longer than common Qasolene
and does not emit sn offensive odor. For (lasolene
stoves and all purposes for which Uasoleoelsuaed,
the White Mar Hrand Is the most reliable. It the
White Star Gasolene Is not sold in your, vicinity,
send your order direct to u. for a barrel.
BROOKS OIL CO.,
55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND,' 0.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
KVKIIY FAKMBIt KnoUI.O IIUY the Cor
liss Kuglne Oil to use on thelrreapers and mowers
during harvest. Tula Oil Is manufactured exclu
sively by the Brooks Oil Co. Ask your dealer for
ISltOOKN OIL CO.'S
COULI-vS KNOINK OIL,.
HANCE ct CO.
"JLOOK. e OF
Men's Working shoes 80c to $lj-Me's
Uals. Congretw nnd Batton 1.25 to
s, Men s t air uoois rji.sa to ll.ttUt
a Job lot Men's (JENUINE HAND
SEWEII Dais. Button and Conirrrss. TO
CLOSE, at 8t, as Kood as any $0 shoe
in tne cur. mutes' Finn Hid Ifattoi,
to S1.95; Uent'si Itubbera SOct Ladles'
Light Spring; Overshoes 20c
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
aur-To 'avoid confusion, antl nilsleadlnar
the public, we will say that HANCK J)
CO. contlisue llin aliua btsalsseea at the
old eland, 14 WKMT MAIN ST., wiser
rots will always Unci a Lara Stock, Low
Frleeo anil Fair leallnc.
-X -IJ.1LIUJ.L ue
MEDIC4TED BODY BANDS
AKK A 1'OSITIVK CURE FOB
Palnftsland Oioteult M.nsiruiulon, KUIeer
Troubles, lttieiiiuall.iu, Fl.uri.y, Lum
bago, Oyspep.la, Neuralala. Oolle
sir Dlxrrliu-H, fnlns so the
Hltle, lluck or Howels.
Eicellent for CHOM.UA In all forms, warming
the bowels and ckeeklotdlaehanrea, Heat br usll
on receipt olsij n y. UKALfll AUfcJIciy, 2SS
Uioadway, N. Y. liefer, by permission, te Am-rl-csn
LipreseCo. or IU agsnU.i.aend for clreulsrs.
KVKBYi ONM who owns a WAUONfwanU.a
w.isuri lor, reidaep.
iiv,d nmnniiair, nesfea.
lees than la I be. Can be
taken on or put on In 8 mla
ules.i M.deiln .sea I St.
business- wsgens. piessure-
wagons sua piurgics. rieoa
for illu.trstedeireulsr sad
),M 11... ...lat..,bl,
s.J-'iu.'' . ?u "B" "la U. U.
iir.KHH m U,, patentee, and tuaaafactures,.
nscjy Hook, Conn.
tlalag la INWI aoort nasmnsuiera aata Iil i.
res. OfcO. F. HUWsXL A CaS.Ah Sn.ui Hi wv
BOOTS 1 SHOES
woritra linttoa holes, fl.SSt Ladles
Pebbled 1o1UIi, solid, 00 cnts; Boys'
Vouths'. and Misses' Si-hool . shooa Hfe
- -r-, r w., .-.. a.