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GLOBE HEgUBIJO, MOSPXtlY EVENING, JTJNE 1 18&B.
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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
UNMET, NICHOLS & 00.,
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MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 1.
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ItKVVnLIV AH STATE CON-
Morning and Evening Editions.
We call the attention of our business
men to the (act that we shall issue both
morning and evening editions of the
Gi.oBt-K.Kruui.ic on the 11th and 12th of
June, with full reports of the State Repub
lican Convention up to the hour of issue.
We shall pnnt a very large number of
each edition and the papers will be pro
lusely distributed through all portions of
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.
Ohio RhrunucAV Committee Rooms, )
Columbus, My 4, 18S5. f
Ixte Republican State ConTentlon of 18S5 will be
tuld in the city of bpriugfleld on
Thursday, June 11, 1885
The Delegates of each Congressional District
wtl iconvetie at u o'clock; a.m. lor tbe purpose of
.tewing one Vice President for the Convention ,
n1 onw member of each of the various Commit-
'J lie Convention will be called to order at 10
o clock a ui. for temporary organization, and at t
o'clock p. m. for permanent organization and tbe
ti ansae Hon of Its other business.
Candidates will be nominated lor
Judge of Supreme Court,
Member Board Public Works.
The basis of representation in this Convention Is
one delegate fcr every Ave hundred vot s, and one
lor every fraction of over two hundred and fifty
votes cast for lion. James Q. BUlno for President
In 188 i.
The several counties will be entitled to repre
sentation In said Convention as follows:
a . ss
Adame ........ 2,833 C
Allen 3,372 1
AhUnd .... ... 2.616 6
Ashtabula. .... 7,269 IS
Athene ... ........... 3,828 8
Augtalte 2,026 4
Kelinont ......... - 6,186 12
1 rown , - 3,2M 6
Kutler - 3,1176 8
Carroll, -. 2,3H 5
Champaign... ...... - 4,147 8
Clan - 7,517 15
Clermont ,iu 8
Clinton ... ........ 3 864 8
Columbiana - 0,99s 14
Coshocton - - 2,039 6
Crawford .. . 2,731 5
Cuyahoga. -.-..- 24,052 48
Darke 4,890 9
Denance...... 2,184 4
Delaware.. 3,513 7
Erie -. 3,5 7 7
airfield ...-.... 3,210 6
Fayette .. 8,171 0
Kranklln...... 11.194 22
Fulton ... 2,818 8
(iallla 8,690 7
lieauga 2,000 6
lirreue 4,92u 10
(imrnser ..... 3,409 7
Hamilton 38,744 77
Hancock 3,215 6
Hardin 3,647 7
Harrison . 2,76 6
Ilenrr. 1,982 4
Highland. ...... 3,683 7
Hocking ... 1,819 4
Holmes- 1,366 3
Huron ..... . . 4,690 9
Jackson 3,427 7
Jefferson 4.814 10
Knox 8,573 7
Lake. 2,925 6
Lawrence . 4,817 10
Ucking 4.599 9
Logan 1,998 8
J-oraln . ... 5,478 II
Lucae 8,141 17
Madison 2,706 fi
Mahoning.. 6,007 12
Marlon ............... . 2,439 5
Medina.. 8,433 7
Meigs.... .......... 4,177 8
Mercer. ..... 1,384 8
Miami. 5,273 11
Monroe... ,6t& 8
Mouigomery .. 11,524 23
.MuiKn ....... 2,556 6
Morrow 2,612 6
Muskingum ... 6,89 12
ttoi le .. 2,385 6
ilawa ....... 1,675 3
Fsuldlug . 2,182 4
l'erry - 3,222 8
hike...... .. 1,79V 4
I'oruge... 8,'jji g
Preble . . 3,17e 0
Putnam ........ ,., ..... 2,194 4
Blchlaod ....... .............,... 4,018 8
Koaa. ... J-. 4,83c 10
Banduikj.. 3,13 S
Scioto.. ........ 1.1 W 8
Seneca. .. 4,004 8
hhelbjr. 2,42v s
Mark -.... 815 17
Humoilt......... ..... 8,588 18
TrumbulL.......,, , ....., ....m....... 6,521 13
Tuacaxawat ................. 4,894 a
Union -................. 1,515 7
Van Wert ...... 8,1102 6
Vlnlon .... 1.726 3
Warren..................... ... 4,318 9
Washington . 4,790 10
Wane, .................. 4 497 9
Wllllame...... ........ 2,901 s
Wood....... ..... 4Vft i)
Wyaadot .... ...- tjm b
We recommend that effort. I made to eeetuv
lame attendance at the imUne to afifwlitdel
Stee, eo that ibe people ahall befairlr leeeeaielel
the Mat Cunteatleni Uat gent'eeieahe sol
etwee) ualeee It be certata tfiu Iter
wlfl .tfSrid,that. uIvh ewiTUaaY the
CkHtiHrerfejJ Geamtutee be ainealit at tbe
aeeae leM (Set eMlegaUeenekoaea,!! Ikto kaa
JOSIPH W. CyHEALL,
Cealre lepeblleee Bute
The avcrago American U a ilr inking
man. Ite is a person with ncrvvs, is ex
citable and firey, and tnkrs to bevcrngea
naturallr and on scientific principle!-.
There is lomethiug in the very Rtinos
phere in the climnto nnd in the general
features ot the country that impels the
universal Yunkco to mohti'ii his dia
phragm, frequently it not oftoner. It is n
soltled fact that ho will drink I Kvcry
body knows that ho does drink. And we
may safely predict that ho nlnays will
drink, Tim great need of the period is,
therefore, that thoaernge American (and
all Americans) shall have pure nnd whole
Botno beverages that each and all shall
"swear off" (and stay off) from tlio use of
aduttercd and poisoned drinksl liy so
doing they will promote their healthiness
nnd prolong their lives. That we might
procure the best results (or absolutely safe
results) by drinking water exclusively, we
will not attempt to prove ui it nould bo
too large an undertaking to carry through,
successfully and completely, with tho dog
duys so close upon us. We nro quito well
aware that much of the water used in the
country is impure, especially that taken
from wells in cities nnd villages. The
product of our Springfield Water Works is
reasonably pure and may be drank, even
in cholera times, with a comparative de
gree of safety. But tea (certainly tbe
Congressional variety) is largely adulter
ated and it is well nigh impossible to ob
tain a pure article. Whisky and beer are
almost universally impure certainly
so after the saloon man has
given the beverages his own
personal nnd final manipulation.
The groc stop loafer who talks about pure
liquor, and smacks his lips us he talks,
never gets any of it and doesn't know
what it is. This is also true of the fine
blooded people who boast of their choice
wines. The pure product of the foreign
grape is almost unknown in this country,
and our native wines are now largely doc
The best beverage within the reach of
Americans is coffee, and if people will givo
some study and attention to the purchase
and preparation of tho article they can
get it pure, and will find its use, in proper
quantities adjusted to the individual,
wholesome. It cheers nnd stimulates, if
indeed it does not inspire. Intoxicating
drinks, especially when doctored with
drugs and poisons, act upon the baser ani
mal nature and arouse that which is vicious
and fiendish in men, while coffee, golden
and fragrant, in a flow of nectar reaches
tho brain and the heart and awakens that
which is noblest and best in those who use
it. It quietens thought; it givs wings to
the pen of the ready writer, and it looiens
and elorifits the ton?ua of llm or.ilnr
Coffoe should be the American bet crnge.
Wo should have cofle houses in place of
the dens where other and poisonous bev
erages are sold, and we believe they might
be so organized and conducted as to sup
plant the nurseries of dissoluteness and
vice to which we have nduded. Then we
may add that hot water is a better and
purer beverage than that which it cold
lis uso promotes digestion, and conse
quently good health. Then, too, hot
water has, in tho heating, passed through
a purifying process.
As a summer drink, buttermilk
which is a pure beverage is whole
some and very palatable. It is sold largely
in drinking places in the large cities, in
the summer time, and now that the New
Carlisle creamery is in full operation, we
have no doubt the article could be ob
tained in sufficient quantities for use here,
It should be put on draught in our drug
stores and ite cream saloons, side by side
with the soda fountains; and if some of
the leading sample-room keepers would
clean out their drugged and doctored
beverages and put pure hot Java or Mocha
and buttermilk on draught, we believe that
they would make money and would cer
tainly generate less deviltry by the opera
tion. Cannot we have a coffee and butter
milk saloon, by way of an experiment, as
a practical illustration of un honest eflort
to place pnre and wholesome drinks before
the people? We give our dealers this val
uable hint in full time for utilization be
fore the Republican State Convention
meets, for we warn them that the gentle
men who are to visit us on that occasion
believe in pure and wholrsomo beverages
and that "forty-rod" whisky and the fluids
that disintegrate the intestines will not
"go down" with them or into them.
Among book publishers it has been a
tradition for many years that volumes of
short stories do not sell. The career of
the eerie8 "Stories by American Aulhors,"
which was completed a short time ago,
goes to show the fallacy of this prophecy.
From tho start the books were Buccesslnl,
nntil now nearly 100,000 copies have been
told and the demand is as steady as ever.
Messrs. Scribner have paid the authors
represented in this series $:i,000 for the
privilege of using their stories.
A popular fifty cent edition of Mrs.
Fraocfg Hodgson Hurnett's earliest and
best story, "That Lass o' Lowrie," will be
published at pnee by Messrs. Hcribner.
This is one, of the few books to tnet the
success it deserved at tha outlet, about
36,000 copies having been sold directly
iter publication; and it still remains one
of the) .most vigorous and powerful stories
ever produced by eo American writer.
The Washington Critic Is credibly in
formed that at the Inst caucus held in
March by the Itepilblican Senators tho
following two rules, in substance, wcro
adopted in accordanco with their victts of
civil service reform i
1. Tntt in case of the remoial 0 unv ef
ficient Htiubtictin public ojheer on the allejeil
lrvuna qj "ojenmt inirtinininii' and the
nomination 0 a Vnnoerntic "nartiran" in hit
I7im-T1IAT SUCH NOMINATION WIMj
NOT UK UUNFIKMKD.
2. That in ca ami Democratic "nartuan"
tautti the removal 0 an ejlieient Heimbluan
and r toil t ut Ah reuafdlorctuung uch re
moval the nomination at tuceettor to tin de
capitated oj),eialTUAT hUOH NOMINA
TION WIM, NOT UK CONFIRMED.
The Critic states that the reasons as
signed for the adoption of these rules nro
understood to bo in effect that tho Senate,
under tho constitutional provision of "ad
vice and consent," is nn advisory body to
the Executive, nnd with him is held re
sponsible for tho character of tho Civil
Service, and that under tha laws of Con
gress establishing civil service reform in
the public offices of the country their duty
requires some such action as indicated in
the nbove "caucus rules." It will proba
bly be discovered that tho Senate is a full
department of the government.
The Book Buyer for June McBsrs.
Charles Scnbner's Sons have just ready.
Of particular interest is I'rof. Francis
Brown's article on the "Revised Version
of the Old Testament," in which he takes
a commonsense view of the subject, point
ing out in a clear and distinct way the
weaknesses and the value of the revision.
Mr. It. H. Stoddard's article on Miss Edith
M. Thomas and Mr. Edmund Oosse is also
very interesting. The Book Buyer is al
ways spicy and readable, and is certainly
worth its subscription price, 50 cents a
year. Messrs. Scribner, the publishers,
will send a sample copy to any one on
The New York side of Niagara is to be
thrown open as n public park July 15, but
the hungry hackmen will be on hand, all
the same, as importunate and impertinent
Tllf Nl'CPMlty lif Cnlllltiy iriRll-rlinnlM to
the Ciiit.n of riijiiiliir Ktltitnllnn
Ilow to Mii!ij?n Sclioola.
A Hnuml Memory the Itaitn of sail other
Powers Clixnietprliitle of Olil-
COUNTUV 1IIIJ1I SCHOOLS
Tho high Hcliools of tho common
wealth stand nt thefhead of onr system
of schools. The-o institutions aiu of
v.ist importance to the system in many
leipecls. Tno courses of study anil
methods of teaching employed 111 tho
high schools always havo a modifying
influence over courses of study "and
methods employed in tho low or schools.
Tho experienco of all countries in
which school systems exist, proves that
piiruary Instruction nourishes most
whero secondary instruction U brought
within tlio reach of all. For proof of
this statement comparo tho primary
schools of Germany with those of En
gland. Tho high schools add dignity
to tho system and mako It appear more
worthy of support. They all'ord an
opportunity to all, in towns whom they
nro maintained, to obtain that educa
tion which especially liu 0110 for tho
duties of life. They mako it possible,
for tho children to live at homo during
that period of their lives vhun thoy aro
most readily affected by influences
.which form character.
They nro domocratic Institutions, as
thoy furnish all aliko tho opportunity
of obtaining a good education. Tho
children of a frco republican stato must
bo trained for their places in lifons fico
citizens, and ull classes must bo
trained, as far as possible, togothor in
tho sanio schools, that tho republican
spirit may bo fostorcd. Our high
schools aro popular with tl.o people.
Thoy aro maintained in oory town
where their support is possible; over
ninety per cent, of tho peoplo aro fur
nished with high-school instruction.
Every town containing livo hundred
families or iuoio is required to main
tain a high school. Sixty-nino towns,
having a population of less than fho
hundred families, nro maintaining thuso
schools of thoir own frco will. Sorao of
these Institutions aro small and not of
tho highest order, but thoy aro of a
much higher grade than would exist In
theso towns without them, and they
everywhere exert their good Intlucnces
on the schools below them.
Disastrous results to tho cause of
popular education must follow any dis
turbance of even tho small high schools
of tho towns. They havo been estab
lished in many case by tho most earn
est efforts of tho friends of tho public
schools, and thoy nro maintained
through tho inllucnco of thnso who be
liovo that tho well-being of tho towns
depunds in no small dogroo upon thoir
In caso somu of thesu schools should
bo dropped, or united in a larger ono
established in somo central town, then
tho great majority of children living in,
towns from which the high schools
h.ivu been taken would bo forever de
prived of high-chool instruction. A
very few only of tho childion of ono
town would bo able to go to another
town to school; and bonidns, tho wholo
bchool interests of tho towns thus do
p rived must suffer. It would bo a wiser
thing for tho stato to aid tho small
towns in supporting their high schools
than to adopt any plan by which thoir
number woulil be diminished. Jfon.
J. W. Dickinson, in Journal of Educa
tion. MANAGING SCHOOLS.
Tho ruling prmclplo upon which a
school should bo managed is not author
ity, not force, not law. It is love, good
will, cordial respect for thu tu.to .or,
and interest in thu work. Tlio ordi
nary motives nnd purposes of the dally
routine) must bo based upon this princi
ple. Then tho law, authority, forco,
stop in only when dcmandcil by hoiiio
excuptionul caso w.iich absolutely re
quires that kind of treatment. U'hon
tliis special case is mot, let tho forco
element retiro to camp till tlio buglo
shall call It to action again. Love and
good will at onco take command. It
soon comes to bo known that tho army
in rosorvo Is of com otcnt power anil
will move with sufllclont celerity to
promptly crush out any rebellion.
A 80UMII MKMOItr.
A sound memory Is thu basis of all
the other powers. J bo momory must
bo stored, not with Isolated facts, how
ever numerous, tor such are useless.
L' iwi i I i
Tho child must bo trained ho ,ns to Issi
nblo to' stato clearly what It known om
any subject. Witru thlsxlovclopod,
subsequent acquisitions nro easy, and
fall naturally into place. Moreover,
with such training now subjects aro
approached with'ooulidonco-'amU thoir.
acquaintance made with unto. There
is no method by which this power can
bo acquired as well as by written ox
amlivatloiis. "Writing makes tho ox
act nmn," said Bacon. Then writing
examinations call Into oxcrclso, simul
taneously, tho quick oyo, tho skillful
hand, tho rondy rnemoryj tho power of
concentrated nnd.consccutlvo thought,
nnd tho sum nud substanco of nil those,
tho ability of accurate expression.
Theso nro tho very qualities that nro
needed In real life. They nrethevory
ones that school-training should glvo.
Mrs. M. ,. iHMHtps, btforJhe Cook Co.
(111.) TcaeAers! Astoouttion.
Tho characteristics of tha old-tlmo,
school wastlmtj reading, writing, and
ciphering wore istutlieui m ends. If
thore is such a thing; as anow. educa
tion, its disUnguUlicd.qugllty.U.that It
regards theso things only as,.moAns to
bo put in practical, uso as. fast as ac
quired. This is. tho theory of xwhat Is
called lnnguago-work now dono in tho
schools. Hut tho praotlcodocs not, ac
cord with tho theory. MuehUhoInrgor
part of this"Wofh, '45VBU 'In' tho-best
schools, Is but theigoitsgof a mill.; Wo
hoar tho croakingtufcthit cgearmgr and
tho rattle of the stones j but; thereds no
grist In tho hoppor., Tho oral, and tho
spoken language) should, bo used to ox
press tho thoughts of tho childocca
sioncd by his own observation, and re
flection, in acquiring useful Informa
tion. May not t the. time- be coming
whon reading, writing.! spelling,; and
ciphering will not bo called subjects of
study at "all, but-, will be taughtas inci
dental to the real work of tho aohools?
The march ot the mind ,1a fts.gresi
quest for truth is. like a; work of tun
neling through a mountain. Marvel
ous is tho cngineor's sngaoity-that di
rects tho advance; mltrhty are the
forces that slowly blast the rock; strong
nro tho arms and resolute the, hearts
that push their way on through 1 the
darkness toward tho light, beyond. But
out on tho mouutain-sldo the, glad sun
light is poured; every a daw-drop glis
tens in it, every flower, drinks it, birds
sing and children play, in its- embrace.
So, whllo thinkers aro working- their
way, there nro countless folk, simple or
learned, who daily livo in untroubled
and happy sense of a divine love, from
which they can nover. escape.
It is, Life itself which., with, 4U vari
ous voices, teachosus the, best,, things
worth knowing. Anditho.voioesiwbich
coino to us with Bovereigmauthority
are thoso of Love 'and' Death, and,
for tho mother's sake, shall we add,
IllrthP Let ono of tho chief of women
interpret for tho mothers, it isEliza
beth Barrett Browning,, speaking to
two parents who mourn, thoir child as
"'(tod lent him nnd take him,' you slirhi
Nay, there let mo break. with your pam :
(lod'e ireiieroua In giving, say 1;
And the thlmr which Ho jtlved, I dony
Thnt Ho ever can tnko back again.
Ho irlves what ho Klvce, I appeal
To all who boar babes. In the hour
When tho veil ot Iho body wo fool
Hi nt round us, whllo torments reveal
1 ho motherhood's advent In power,
And the batw cries I has each of us known
Ily npocalypae (Ood being thore
Full In nature) the child la our own,
Llfo of life, lot o of love, moan of moan.
Through all changes, all times, everywhere
)lo lemle not; utitgrveslo tha end.
As He loves to tho ond. Ifltscetn
That lie driiwH buck a clftV cainpreht nd
'TIN to add to It rather, amend.
And IIhIkIi It up to your dream,
Or keep, as a mother may toys
Too costly, tlioupli nlven by herself.
Till tho room shull bo stiller from nolso.
And tho children mora Ut for euoh Joys
Kept o er their heads on the shelf'
So spoaks tho woman. And what
has tho man to say t Hero is ho whom
wo boast as tho wisest and, .highest
among our American authors, a man,
too, so wrapt in philosophic thought,
so happy ill hls.lonoljr contemplation,
that ho seems genorallyito-estand apart
from the struggling, work-o-dayiworld,
where, most of us five.' But'thetnan is
a father, liko other men; brs'boydies,
and how docs ho bear itP Ho puts his
heart into the tendercst poem he ever
wrote, the "Threnody." He', looka
longingly back on ju8ttsuch..pjoturos
as other parunta,,do, the, throng ot
children about tbe baby .in vhUj willow
wagon, led by the boyt rwithi sunny
face of sweet repose," the painted
sled, tho snow fort, the sand' castle,
the garden of which his "blessed ioet"
had trod every stop, and now: tho boy
is gone. The lonely, father thinks of it,
and will notidrawn or forgot ibis grief;
and slowly, thoro comes tanim the sense
that lovo can never lose ita.own. The
rainbow, tho sunset,!, all .beauty, all
experiences of tue soui,.toaoiti aim a
"What Is excellent,
As Hod Uvea, Is permanent!
Hearts aroduat, hrt!ilo Tee remain.
Heart's love will mix tbeeagata."
Tho moments wheniauchoa,Tlctions
flash in such'insights'iratherare an
assurance deeper than-belief)but how
much can be carried' fortb-'irora them
into tho common, levels of c very-day
life? How much .will .star after the
lirst exalted hours There, are not
many of whouiitha. world can, take tes
timony on 1 those quastiQas:but (occa
sionally there U lomaionar la whom a
typical oxporionce.il) wrought out, and
who has tlio gift' of xpreseiatr)U,,like
Tennyson in "In Memorial)." from
"Topics of the Timc3,'"in The Century
Dartmouth's College, Bell,
A new college belt hasbeerj procured
to repluco the one which became
cracked last winter, It was cast at
Troy, and weighs about; 1,300 .pounds.
Engraved on its rim is the college mot
to, "Vox clamantis In doiarto, ! with
"ora et labors."
Some of the devices made, j use (of to
take tho plaoe of a bsllv sinoo.tho col
lego was founded in 1769,. are-very cur
ious. Eloazer Wbeelock, tbe first pres
ident, endeavored to obtain a bell from
England, but was unsuccessful, and
during bis life the call to .prayers and
other exerclsos was madeibyi a, horn or
conch shell, which, according to the
college rocords, was blown by one of
the native Indians, for whose benefit
tho college was founded.' Some of the
Irreverent students of that day aro said
to have been guilty of playing upon
the words of tho college motto in ref
erence to tho shell which called them
to their duties, pronouncing the words,
"vox clam-autit.in deterio,"
A bell weighing less than one hun
dred pounds was final ly got from some
source, and served for atxmt ten years.
During the interim between its break
ing and the procuring of another, tho
collego exorcises were timed to tho tap
of a boas drum. Tbe second bell was
brought from Hartford,. Conn., in a
carrlago, Once af tor this the born was
made USO of. The callecre httw heui In
all seven bells, not mentioning' the
drums and trumpets. The bell has to Extract of Vanilla, In the purity Is
undergo a large amount of ringing In which wc offer it, lias the delicate and un
thu course of twenty-foer hours to meet misUkable flavor of the finest Mexican
the requirements ooharoh, chapel, and Vanilla, and is unequalled for flavoring
recitations, so that it is nor strange Ic Cream, Cake and Custard. Give
that It soon .rives out. ' tbem "' and satisfy yourself.
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mullTapoarUTeneceaelty., It la all that ta
Oennlna ha. trade nath and cruawd fedlhiMC
Xjunsa HutdBooi ewerol and eUiactlT., eon.
taming UM of price, for twetaea. Inf ormatlnn aheot
ol na, 9U etaJri away by all dealarehi mwllolaeior
aaaAed to any addreM on noelpt of So. Mamp.
Taae a. eiarr, Maoemuyoy
Father, Mother, and Three Bisters Dead.
Mr. David Claypool, formerly Sergeant''
at-Arms of the New Jersey Senate, and now
Notary Public at Cedarville, Cumberland
Co., N. J., makes the following Btartlfing
statement: "My father, mother, and three
sisters all died with consumption, and my
lungs were so weak I raised blood.Nobody
thought I could live. My work (ship
smithing) was very straining on me with my
weak constitution, and I was rapidly Kong
to the grave. While in this condition I
commenced UBlng Mishler's Herb Bitters,
and it saved my life. Because It, was so
difficult to get It in this little place, and I
had improved so much, I stopped taking it
for a time, and the result is that I have
commenced going rapidly down hill again.
Somehow, Mishler's Herb Bitters gives
appetite and strengthens and builds me up
as nothing else docs, and I must have a
dozen bottles at once. Use this commu
nication as yon please, and if any one wants
to be convinced of its truth, let them write
me and I will make affidavit to it, for I
owe my life to Mishler's Herb Bitters,"
. The secret of the almost invariable relief
and cure of consumption, dysentery, diar
rhoea, dyspepsia, indigestion, kidney and
liver complaints, when Mishler's 'Herb
Bitters is used, is that it contains simple,
harmless, and yet powerful ingredients,
that act on the blood, kidneys, and liver,
and through them strengthens and invigor
ates the whole system. Purely vegetable
in its composition: prepared by a regular
physician: a standard medicinal prepara
tion; endorsed by physicians and drug
gists. Thesearefourstrongpoints in favor
of Mishler's Herb Bitters. Mishler's Herb
Bitters Is sold by all druggists. Price $1.00
per large bottle. 0 bottles for (5.00.
. Aakronr dnvgtat for Mmhub'b Hian Brrms.
ff he doe. not keep It, do not take anything ehw,bat
end poeUI card to MlBBXEB HzBil Idrrmul Co
US Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tke Oreatsst Medical Trinmph of the Asrst
SYMPTOMS OF A
Lowe fapiet lie. Bowels coetlve, ! la
tie teeael, with at etall awaeaulea la the
back aait, Fain under the ehosldci
blade. Fallneee after eatloa, with a dis
inclination to exertion of hodr ar salad.
Irritability of temper, Low epirite, ealik
afeellngof having neglected eomedat
Wearlaess. Dlzxlneaa, Flattering at I tee
Heart. Dote before the eree. Headache
ewer the right ere. Keatfeaaneee, with
fstlal dreame, Illgblr colored Drtae. Bad
TOOT'S jPlIXSore especially adapted
to such eases, ono doso effects sucb a
ebango of t eollnfr as to aitonleh the sufferer.
Ther Increase the Appetite ,andcaue the
body to Take on Vleeh.thn tbe eyeten U
Boarlah.f), and by their Tonle Actlewoa
TUTTS EXTRACT SARSAPARILU
iwugi.wa hi. uuujr, imw, jjcwu, un,
strengthens the weak, repairs the wastes of
the system with pure blooa and hard muscle;
tones the nervous system, mvlgonteejthe
brain, and Imparts
a 1 . Hold hv drawl
rain, and Imparts the vigor ot maahood.
1. Bold by druinttstt.
ftPPICK 44 Murray St
new . T.
I am .1 Jtr-eeren years old. and have ltoad In
thl. (Hall) county alt my life. Up to twenty -eight
year, ago I was regarded a. the rtrongeat men In
the neighborhood tbe inoet robuet In health. In
November, 1850, 1 had a long and serious .pell of
typhoid fever. It left me emulated sad a cripple
in my right ley. At tlnica thatlimh u TUn
so enermoua .lie, being twice aa large aa lta Bat,
.sen bVMuuiuu, iuu luuameusDaioirr io appear
ance. trorn my kne down small sorts came, and
m-. ko uiir ca,ue, wnicn aiaonargea
Klaoooue matter. My whole iriteai became In
:ted. The doctors would patch me upforswhile,
but the ulcer would nerer heal, Tbe mercury and
potaah with which they doaed me broegbt on
rneumauaoi and drepepela. I was an object of
.' Lw sl "' iricuae. oome tnougbt that tbe
only hope to .are U:e was amputation. I contln.
ued to grow worae, and for three year. I hare not
worn a aboe. Hope had almoat fait me. iSwIft'e
BpecIHe waa auggeated, and I commeaced lit. tue
at once. From the very Ant I began to feel bet
ter. I bad taken thlrlyiia botll-., and tbe chad
owe which had darkened my life for twents-elght
wjiar h II 1. h jtt..i... ...a w. -r, ..
medicine h&t been wonderful Indeed. Today I am
able to attend to all my farming lnteretfj. and
walk from one to fire mllea per day. I am aatia-
uea nai ine aueate 11 entirely broken up, sad
henceforth I am to be free from thoae terrible an
prebenelona and auffering which formally made
my life mlaerable. Swift'a Bpeclllo baa done more
lor me in one year than all the drug alore medi
cine preacilbed by phyelciane did In twenty-elght
yeara, and I moat cheerfully bear thla teatimenr
M Ifa ln.,11. 1,,.. u
Hall County, Qa., Feb, 28, 1889.
From the Dissecting Boom.
Having taken Swift'a Specific for blood ppialon
contracted at a radical colleiaat adl-tlnn.
whlle I waa a medical atudent, I am grateful to
aay tbatltgave me a apeedy and thorough cure
alter my parent, had apent hundred, of dollar, for
My arm waa awollen to twice lta u.ual
lie, and aa nothing helped me I waa despairing of
erer being cired,
bought a bottle, Utile thinking f would derlre ah
ot tr. a. B. H., 1
rnulil fieri mnw
benefit from It. 1 began taking li regularly, and
aooo the awelllng. began to go down aud Hi. arm
ceased to nifn me, J contluufd Us use. and altar
elgut bottles was thoruuj,lily cured.
Ireatlteon lllood and Hkln Uiaeatea waited 'free.
Tub ftwirr Hr VA.tr tv to., Drawer 8, Atlanta Oa
AlTilllUXI si Ulunvi K.'aia.l. bJ Y
McMonagle & Rogers'
BsVaj h rB Tbm bCi a
Silll?fFiATOfrotPEii STRAW HUTS!
Mackfnaws, Mltsns. Cantons: ste.. Fins Asiortment. Newest
ananas In LToht stiff Hata.
awVSvjl BJ SJSjav SBJBSBS sSBSa Si .. ' 1. S t.
1INTI 'CStl SHIRTS
C. H. PIERCE A. CO.
We make asnecialtvof fine naner dnnnra-
lions.for both dwellings
Wbhave done the finest work ever seen
in Springfield and continue to do it. and all he-
oAuouoiiutwi, wurRmen ana 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 & CO., 13
-?"Talie a Pointer from
CLUSTER PATTEBN, 5-16x84 inch.
Also 3 inch, 4 Inch, and 0 Inch dressol strips, very nice, already ant nnd Jus
what yon want to make FLY SCKEENS OF.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
41Q 'W3El5rr MAIN STR.33BT.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Lato of OJilouKO.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Speclelty of fine hlllnge; rcetorlng partial loss of
teeth without plates, and restoring to uaefullness
sound root, and broken Ucth by crowning.
1101.2 West Main Street.
Or. Frank S Rnnyar,
Steoma In Dnrhlnaiiiani'a Bnlldlng
oer Mnrpby ak Bro'e etorr.
Hprclal olleLtlM ,itb In He linrlMng
d at oral twth
DR. H. R. DOSCH.
Rooms 15 & 17, Arcade, Springfield, O.
Saeclsl Attintlon Given fa Operatlie DenUi
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Whore You Will Find
NICE AND FRESH 6000S
PARTIES & SOCIALS A SPF.CIALTT.
. 4Call and see tbe Handsomest Ice Cream I'ar
lor In the State.
Lon. Krider, "
Boom Ho. fi, Arcade Building, Second Floor,
ESTABLISHED IN 1838.
Wat, U, QllMT, MiBTIM M. 0
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Lard, Bacon ad Haaa.
MEDICATED BODY BANDS
AHE A POSITIVE CURE FOtl
Painful and Difficult M.neirualioli, Kidney
Trouble., Ithruroatl.m, I'leurtay, Lum
bago, DyepepalM, Neuralgia, Collo
or Dfarrhum, I'alns in tbe
Hide, llaok or Uuwela.
Excellent for tHOI. KB A In all forms, wgrmlng
tlie bowel, and chicking discharges, Hent by mall
on receipt of II. N. Y, HEA1.TII AUV.tify, 28S
Uroailway, N. Y, Itefer, by permission, to ,Aui.rt
can F.spresa Co. or Its agents, rJrnd for tlrculara,
KVKUY ON1C who owns a WAUON want, s
OANtH'V TOl'. Folds up
use an uinortna. eigna
less than 14 lbs, Cuu be
taken od or put on In 3 min
utes. Mtde In sties to fit
business wsgons, pleasure
wagona end bugglis. Bend
for Illustrated circular and
l.rlm Hit. Anu w.n41
'frywlirre. Htate where you atw this. II. ),
JlaKrKlLM Mt 4 !.. nattiiilaia stn.l iniriiif aliira
Saody Hook, Conn. '
IO ADVISHTlaKltH.-Uweat rate, for adver-
tlsln. In UflU vn,l nj,.nB(r..nl lwm Srf.
frea, OfcO. I'. BOW ELL a CO., 1(1 tpruce HL. H. Y.
rRELimE SELF CURE
BBT A favorlt. prekcriotiou of one of the inoai
uw. -.. BUVN.U. .) , -,,.,. ,n 111. J, O,
(new retired) for the cur. of Nervous at.blllty,
MstMaaaaai, Weakaeaaaad Jteear. Scni
in plain sealed eavelop. Frea. Drugguu can til It
AskaTMS Del. WARD Ik CO., Louisiana. Mo.
f r 1
sasi- j- k. - -
8 H EAST
and business rooms.
but the most skilled and
S. M1RKET ST. 4
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
OUK IlltANK OP
Is the safest and purest Gasolene in the market.
This brand burns longer than common (lasolcne
and does not emit en ollensireodor. or(laM,lene
stoves and all purposes for whldidasnlenela used,
the While Mar brand Is the most rellnblo. If tbe
White Hlar Gasolene Is not eold in )our yiclnlty,
eend your order dlrcit U us for a barrel.
BROOKS OIL CO.,
55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND, 0.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
EVKBY FAIlMK.lt HIIOUI.l) ItUY the Cor
liss buglne Oil to uso on their rtair and luowera
during harvest. Tnls (HI is manufactured exclu
sively by the llrooks Oil Co. Auk your dealer for
liltOOKM OIL, UO.'.S
COHLIsS K.NdlNU OIL..
HANCE & CO.
lull Int Mpti'u llt'llllivn Titwii
SEWED Bals. lintton and ConurcsH, TO
CLOSE, at 84, us good as any $0 shoe
In tbe city. -Ladles' Flue Kid lintton,
worked button holes, t)1.2,',; Ladies'
Pebbled l'ollgh, guild, 00 e ittxt Itovs',
Youths', .and Mlssch' School Shoes 8St
to 81.25; (jent's Uubbei-M 50r: Ladles'
Light Spring Overshoes 20c.
W. A. HANCE,
40 Siutti Market St
SHTTo ravold confu.loii and nil.lrHillna;
the public, we will .ay that IIANCK
CO. ooulluue tha alioe biislnaaa at tha
old .land, 14 WMBT MAIN r where
ypti will alwaya llnd n I..rge Hlock, Low
rrloea and ICair Uenlluic, '
BOOTS i SHOES
Mca's Working Slioen 80c to $1: Mcn'n
Uals. Congress and lintton Al.ti.j to
S2t Men's lalf Ilnnln l.of, janr.n.
The Most Sellghtral
relaoo StMmera. lViw Satas.
your Tripe p.r Week SetWMU
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And rery Wok Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Write for onr
"Plctureique Macklnao," Illustrated.
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c. o. whitcomb, osn. cass. ast.,