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QLOBB itriPPliLlO SATURDAY EVENING. .TUNE 27 .hBd
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daily axi) vi:i:ki,v.
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
CLOBC.REPUDLIC DUILDINQ, WEST HIQH 8Tj
Car. Walnut Alley.
Dally uf tlon, per year,
Uilljr eJiUoo, per eck,
MMJMOTH DOUBLE SHEET I
Issued Every Thursday Morning,
Or:K DouliAi a ieai.
A3 communication should be addresiud U
MNNEY NICHOLS i CO,
HOriCK 111 KAVIXKN ADVKHTbtRS.
11k. 11. I. B.MinwB, 2.1 Park ltow, New York, i
the OioBK-P.kiLLLH's social reprfcontatlre, to
whooi alt Kulru advertising busine, must be
SATU1WA i' FVEXIXQ, JVXK 27.
ur.ruiu.icA.N .vr.vii; iicki.t.
Joseph li. 1'ohakkk,
Uf Hamilton County.
I.touteli nit (Jinernon
Hobeiit I'. KtVNKtll,
Ot Logan County.
htlprrtiio.Oiiurt lul t
Gioniit: W. llultAAllK,
01 Tujcnmwn.1 Count .
Statu Trrimuri r t
Jons C. Urdus,
Ot Jelferson County.
Attorney (trncral t
jATOn A. Kotn.ni,
Of Summit County.
Hoard uf l'alillr Wurkrtl
Wilm S. Jones,
Of Pike County.
(tomiiiou i'le-n. Juilfrei
Josirn V. O'.Veall,
Of Warren County.
Mat' natur i
TUOMAS J. I'lllMlLE,
Of Clarke County.
Grant is making n heroic fi'lit but the
(oo is continually g.iiuinir. ground.
The Hejinblioans of New Vork propose
to carry "Cleveland's stnte" this full.
John McCnlloch u still at large mov
ing auout rapidly and leaving a track of
firo behind him.
Today's rain is timely. It w.is needed.
We shall have lino crops of hay, corn,
oat and potatoes, and some wheat.
It is prnpob-d In work off the Xinjjnra
Talis bonds nt 2 per cent., and it is be
lieved that the proposition will succeed.
There is music in the air. In the inorn-
inj; it is furnished (free of expense) by
the Knglish sparrows and in the after
noon by tho cicadas.
Fish, tho ex-bunk president, goes to the
peniteutinry. A gentleman states that he
saw him regularly married to the late Mr;.
Sarah Itebcr I.amg, of Sandusky.
We are proud of the fact that the Re
publican plutform adopted in this tity does
not plense tho Democracy. Now we know
that it is precisely what it ought to have
Mr. Gladstone iB out of office, but he is
still the most powerful man in Kngland.
Salisbury cannot hold England up by the
tail unless Gladstone conent to boost it
We were afraid our supply of water
would be short, next week, while tho Pro
hibitionists were here, but today' ri rain will
give us enough to meet the extraordinary
The Republicans are not reviving the
issues of tli3 war, thoy are condemning
what Cleveland and Lamar have done in
that direction. They are the chops who
are waving tho bloody shirt.
Tho United States, I'runee, Kn.'lnnd,
Italy and Spain liao all undergone
changes of administration since lust fall,
and there seems to be trouble all round
tho globe on account of it never no much
A movement in the Kant, designed to
ri-BUlt in atlordiug n half holiday Suturday
nfUrnoons to clerks, book-keepers and
Hurktngmeii of all sorts, is making good
liPtdway. It is generally approved by tho
'lhe uneasiness of the Cheyennes, in the
Indian Territory, which promises to cause
blood-shed grows out of the land leasing
to cattle dealers. The Indians often find
themselves defrauded nnd hence their
threats of war.
It is well enough that tho Republicans
of Clark county hnuld coma to an under
standing of the fact that we must have as
it candidate for the position of Iiepr tenta
tive a person of good character, record
nnd principles and a man who can carry
tho full strength of the party ami cut into
the ranks of the opposition also That
wo should do this is absolutely necessary,
Let the masses of tho party materialize
at tho caucuses and at the convention and
secure the best results.
Tho Ohio Supremo Court will lake u ro '
We tnke the liberty of suggesting to the
Toledo Wadii pcoplo that tt they will tliea
oughlj I'ulterie the Detuui-raej -mnkiiiL'
n complete job of it theto will not he
enough left of tho Hum Power foi a June
fly to fool with.
John UusKin, the greatest of art critics
nnd philosophers, says Drunkenness is
not only th'i cause of crime, it U crime."
If this is triu the drunkard is n iriminal,
not merely n poor, innocent, misguided
fellow. Tho drunkard (kould be punished,
In common with the drunkard-maker
Theoflertosendtlip Household Primer,"
postpaid, on reciipt of a two-U'M Mump,
has brought so many orders to D l.othrop
.1 Co., lioston, that none of the stories of
tho wonderful sale of Webster's Spelling
Hook will equal thcsnloul this new Primer.
Immense editions arc in press so that all
orders nre promptly filled,
Some newspaper man out in St. Paul
who bad the priulego of a talk with Sena
tor Sherman "inferred ' Irom the remnrks
of tho Senator that he epects to bo the
Republican enndidulo for President in
ls8d. Commenting on this the Cleveland
Argus snts- "The next Xntionnl Republi
can Convention will lime only n few men
from among whom to choose n candidate,
and Sherman will be in the list ' The
GLont-Ru'inil.ic wishes to add thi.t il
Senator Shermnn is nominated ler tin
presidency in If 88 howill be ele ted lie
eould have been elected lust jear
According to the Rev. Dr. Willi- !
San I'ranciscn, whut tho Apaihes mid i
a gospel that will gut heliout ul tin In
dinns, and not a gospel that will get tin
Indians out of hell. '1 he gospel that
comes to us in nod through Christianity is
a gospel that will, when properly applied,
not only get hell out of Indians but out of
all other people, om-ii out ul smart preach
ers who like to make a display of what
they suppose to tie wit 'I hat is what the
gospel is for. Furthermore, we may ny
that a gospel that will get hi II out of an
sort of people is n gospel which will keep
those people out of hell.
TiiKoifio 1)i:m(,ci:aiio kiii'mh :.
The Ohio Democratic Conentiou has
not been held for lssj nnd, cuQKCu,ut nth,
the ofhciul keynote has not bn-u soiiinlnl
But uu early Democratic bid his pped
his lay and no doubt uttered what a gr at
many of the Itourbons really think m tU 1
minds. We allude to that genuine, dyed-
in the-wool Democrat, Mr. Thomas Hub
bard, editor of the llellefontnine Kxain
iner, the Democratic organ of Logan
county, who in his paper for Juno 2d,
When the Northern mouhites, with gum on
their shoulders and the dei il in ilinr Hearts,
minded the homes ot the South, its 'u!uir
and Its fires" a lew jearj ago, the mistike of
the lulidbiMnU was .n not Uiu.il v sjOui limp;
to be shot down and robbed without rem-
tince. If they bill done this tiie Kerini-dj-Toraker
Keilcr A. Co. reception txe in this
tity on Tuesday evemnc last, would neces
sarily have been but little else than a dumb
"Northern tuobbitcs," as applied to tl e
Union soldiers, who went into the field to
support the government, is good. Rut
it occurs to us that, if these chaps hadn't
"ininded the homes of the South," with
"guns on their shoulders and the deul in
their hearts," Mr. Cleveland could nevir
have been president of tho wholo United
States and Mr. Thomas Hubbard would
neerhuehad the sli 'litest "show" for
bung postmaster of Rellefoutainel
KL'SSIA AM) KM1I. M.
War between Russia and Rngland will
Burely come. When it will break out will
be a matterto bedecided bytircumstances
Roth countries are strong, determined nnd
aggrt ssive, nnd both have lnrue masses of
idle and dangerous people which must b
employed, in some wn), to keep tin in out ot
mUchiif at home. Russia wishes to ex
tend her empire eastward and Rutland
Hiahes, to say the least, to maintain her
position to the westward anil northwest
ward Irom India, possibly she may try to
extend her borders toward Russia by way
of making sure of no infringement on the
northwestern hue of India,
Russia is ()uietly getting ready for war,
by land nnd sea, and Rngland is not only
doing the same, but continuously unfurciiig
her policy of absorbing all territory ltd-
joining her pocsessions, in all units of the
world. Recently, without any fuss or dis
play of feathers, she has annexed Rtchu-ana-lund,
in South Africa, to Cape Colony,
in defiance of the protests of tho Roers of
the Transvaal Republic The country
annexed is eejunl in sine to both Holland
and Relgium.nml is said to bo well wooded
and amply supplied with good pusturaget.
This gives it intrinsic value in that part
of tho world. The fact in th.a matle-r is
that Knglnrid has got into an aggreito
habit nnd as Russia is another ower ol
thesamu sort, withlike tendencies, and en( h
is reaching out toward the other With a
grasping hand, over tho ill-fated territory
of Afghanistan, the transforming ol that
devoted land into a greit b.ittle ground is
nn event of the future that cannot long be
delayed. And when the conflict dees
come it will be of such a tremendous char
acter that it will Bhako the civilied world.
It will be a battlo of- giants, and ciwluu
tion will look on aghast at the devastation
it will make, Mt-nuwhile thu Yankees
will quickly work plf their wheat nnd pork,
at good figures.
ras8! If BASBeMS
ITCHING TORTURES, AND
IH V I 1 1.II'lt m 1 eti trirn to It no my ff
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minnj i ill inn, iiiitiMinj, mill I I llll lit, III!'
KTcal Skin ( mo, ninl i lit t Rt Soap, an fx (ulalte
jkin IAutifi(r, exirimtl) Iimp iIciiio ii six
(( it n i i i nattiiiicu tor titpn inrrt ui nar
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uimr i vii mini i iiut- inv j'rtrnnii ir ui mii an i
can (tlTD iliom (Mmi,tnl nn wo nrc m wII known
111 in Mit iii iiir nnilinr, il will Ul'TICIIl JUU,
mid liit n iin1l trllt euro nil vho us (1mm,
M-iEM inv, nj, iiias jit iijuih,
1 mad your t iiciiiia U mkuim for ltlotcliri,
sml am complet!) luhmI, to my lntirofsllilo joy
(i ru i ra t)Ai" in tli) litft I Iiitp rr iwh, nml
to tho profetiM! it li invnl ulile for cleansing llio
kUu tlifrcliy rpiuuvliif nil ' iorV, ' Krciiso, vaint,
nnd nil ttic tutl ucd by ttipin, Ihatihk thi iktn
pui arnl tt l.Uc mid soft My jut ileal lastiro Is
lu recoinimiiLlInK such nn article.
Cliaminou Coniitjuo Jtullcr katur,
llllsl 1 OR ATUIN(J.
Having uod your Cnttuiu Ukmkiukh for
Right t-cn tiionthi torTotttr, and finally cuivd It, 1
am anitoui togtt it to sell on tnimulMioii, 1 tan
ri'coii'nieii'l It tyoml an) rftuedlp lluTPtter
ul for ltler. Hums, Oib, etc In fart, It la the
boat mml kino I hao cur tried for anylhiiif
Myrtle, Mlu. l; rt. IIolion,
M.M:i( A t'OMI'I.MNT.
Since I limo In on celling your Ci th u Ukmk
iuk 1 )iasv noier heard a slnta cotuplatnt, but
uu th0 4,ootrar i'orv ou who hm uaed lliotn han
Nnvtull pleafivd with them, and tliuy uiittiill al
oihrt 1 H. CtDiikKLY, Irnjf;lit.
SriUII l!l.()U M)K!M.
I had a diieti had norv on my Itnly, and tried
all remedies 1 1-011 Id hear of and at LiM tried your
LUiaiu HbMhUiKS, and thoy hivc cured me.
J NO (UHKII L.
Ufibron, ilinyer county, l'cnn.
t 1 ti 1 k It km Mi fc.i are Bold v cry where Trice
Cl Till KA TtiK , llhaul KNT, 21 NAI, C 11 B-
lurod bj tho
Pin ikk lm AM) OiMtttAL ( n , Itoaton, Mass
intt fir 'IIhw to Our' Skin IUkwim1."
I AIM i uJv swtn
M) the t l TO l RA "t At
. 1 ti re m !c, nn 1 til M ,c inern4ii
di-siih i u ol U !i-Maz) nu ii in I i i (. i
Aid 1 ir .Mjiriknt(l, aid 1 "T 1 lot-o il, t illi 1
M. kuiHaih. l t k i ixi ai ukii, u tit one
t x (AitPHiiiL -tui km ani din h'KU
mi u u 1 iiaii-k till In oik tm kae, mu ii h
Ite had uf alf knouts for SI Aik fur Sam-oud'
lUl ItAI il KK.
tu njilfle 1nal and foiiEtltulIonil Treatment
for etery fonn of ' atarrb, from i Mm pic Cold or
In tin nn in loan of fern oil, Tfihtenrni Hearing
( otuh Brom hltls, and atarrhai (.utisuuiptiuu, in
t'I rfcymon, tM'nIUl,
And I'ubllv S-faker ithout niiiiiln r owo thetr
prnt iiNtfftilntwi and ftuccn i Sinkui' 1 L i --
It M i t Itk ffr ( A 1 AMKII
IU r mnu nijn "Oik of tho In I n hip
dn rt lor i aUirrh na), Hi' hedt m oitl) u hnro
fiiiod in a hftliiuoof iiuVriity It nANt-uitu'
IUim m (.ihl It clears tho Iia I ai d throit o
thorouKhlv th.it, tikt n each nmruiuii on rhinxt
there are no unphiu.mt secret fonn and uu dinart e
atilo hawking duriiiR the entire day, hut an un
precedented clearness of oice and risplratory or
ioUl by all drulta. 1 rice, 81.
J'uttur Ilruy nml L'henili al C.( HiMtoit
Weary utlt'rfr from
bj - j itiii iiiiAiiniii, iivuiaiiri!
VCLTAIC UICTOJ icutctn una coll., icl
In itnaiimu. NeurdUlj
Hji k. W.lL t-U ii itch MllJ
IVim . ll.it, i ti. 1 ...
It s i ti.li -liiK-uui: I luni, llirtinli (In.- I oins
uiul ife In th . 1'iiWi rs 1'iuil ui r Hit. pit
i 1 llit -i iimi.) they irven ntuli ttru A'tii-l'aln,
i nun - .uu , i.iver
.tlu, I.tver e. ut(iliieiu, auii eutcct llm
fruiii a tliuunatiil il s. .(.
rt -It 111
Wlij tho "Anii-i ie-r." wi.s n hucei-ss,
Tho iiuostioti that ill spring to
every body 's lips is, what ero the dif-furuuce-i
brtwee-n her and tlif Kn'lish
yaclits, the rc-iiilt of Aim-ric in -cience
and -kill, wlueli j,o her this liiinieii-jO
J ho pnuciii.il ones can bo easily
1 irst, tho modol of hor hull, a sharp
prow with slightly cononvu bows, pait
int tho nter substantially nt thu
fo.-e-t igginj; and lcawng it without
pressure) by her letro.iting and beauti
fully mouldoel run, while the Kng-lish
yacht had oonuljowi, and a str.ulitcr
Second, her draught, sho cultiiif; tho
water forward at about tio feet sub
iiii'tgenco of her keul, a draught of
about twolvo feet at her coulro, anil
cloon al her bturu.
Third, tho cut and sot of her tils
nml raking mists, at that tiino two
inches and a half to thu foot a rano
which Aiuuncan scicneo has sinco
shown wa too mticli, as too grvat a
l.iko made hor sluggish befoio tho
wind, unluss tho breeo was fieoiind
stiong. Her masts now only rako
ono and a half inches to thu foot. Tho
lit of her sails was such that when on
tho wind thoy weto sot as "llat ami
straight as a bo ml," and tho booms of
her fore-and-aft sails when on tho
wind were nearly parallel with hor
keel, 'lho Knglish sails of that day
wuro all cut so as to set liko bags and
hold tho wind, and when em tho wind
their booms were from ten to twenty
degi eos angle with tho keel, and tho
rails, that u, the small booms that ex
tend thu tops of tho sails, would bo at
tin angle ot from twenty to thirty de
grees with tho keel. It is needless to
o.iy th it tho out of her sails is now
uilopted by all, fore-and-aft osscls as
noany as possible, in both Rngland
I may have been too technical in this
duciiplioit for tho ordinary reader,
but thuro urn plenty of nautical men
who will be obliged for thuileseuption.
lien. It. I', LuUir, tniiuijn.i M hjii.
sun fur July.
Til 1.1 AMI 1II.IT.
Heron Prundnu, ibe largest land owner in
Croat! i, has died, leaving n property ot ,15,.
000,000 llonus. He was tbe l.iit of bis line.
"I want fom MJZllDUNT," s.dd be.
' Juil out," the cunning druggm said,
"Hut here' some ,,onder known to be
As go' d " The patron turned and tie I,
Akiu', 'Do you iui,se I ilun't
Know nothing eijuiili bU.Obl).N T?"
There u n preerntlc principle in i-ti,(j.
DOXT that elfeeluully presi-rtei the tecili Irotn
decay. Cbciulsts proncatiet. it whikiouie.
Iticb nnd (oor endorse It. Nu lady i ver tried
it without approving its cl.-anung an i un
tying projertie. It outel nil other dinti.
Irlei-s Atk (or EO.(JlJ(J.N'T, and take no
The development this season in bouse,
piilutlng Is green rooln, and umber und nm.
rose nre tue loehlonitble color lor wood
.NuIIiIiil; l.lk. It,
.N'o medicine has ever Uen known so ef.
feetunl In the cure ot nil those discuses ant
ing from an Impure condition of the Wool as
.SeuviU's Ksreupdrllla, or lllool. ami Liver
.Syrup, for the cure ot Kroluls, white swell
ingf, rheumstlsm, pimple, blotchei, erup-
tlcni, venereal tores and dresses, coaaump
ton, goitre, lioili, csneer', and nil kindred
dUeiueF. No better means of lecuring a
beautiful compleilon cun be obtained than by
using Scovlll'a Itlood and I.lver rJyrup, which
deantei tue blood and gives beauty to the
MA.T. UUS. l'Ol'B.
Ills Opinion I'onrrriiltiir Tonst llefrnseSft
lorpi'iliie n, Iimi. unit I'nnnou.
' Vre tho facts as set out recently by
l.'iut (ii'itVm concerning our coast elo
"Will," answered (!cn. 1'opo ltlt n
stiuli, "thoso facts us now stated ought
nut to 01 e'aslon any general surprise,
fur then lmo not lonii been known to
the) limitless tuoii of our commercial
hum. 'I ho elufenscs of San l'rnucisou,
fur instance, nro uty poor. Tho gum
mo fuw nml small. 'There oruKoliro 1 fi
lm li guns which uxplodo 1'jO pounds of
ptwder tit a charge, but these) nro not
ui 11 mounted. 1 understand that a
iiuigrexsioiial committee) will como
huiu to look at thu works. Soluo of
these committees so couiblno ploastito
ami wotk as to eliminate tho wot k, but
thw i-ommlttco will probably bo an ex
ception. As to your question concern
ing the ability of civilians to judge of a
question uf ilofuiiso buttuc than, military
men, tho wisdom of thu nation has
named a congressional committee to
c insider tho facts ami tcpott. Now
York harbor can not bo much wurso
delondeel than S in Francisco is. Twen
ty years ago thu defenses hore would
command moru respect than they elo
"What would bo tho probablo cost
of making tho elufou.su o( San 1'iaiicis
Oh. that I could not sny. I could
not outk approximate) nu estimate. Ho
foro any figutes could bo sugge.stoel it
would bo necessary for tho utiginuers
to Make sun oys and for some jilau to
"Ami what gcnoral fonn woulel tho
improvement m ourelufenses tnkeP"
"There should bo changes, uf course
lint no nation hns yet reached a con
clusion concerning dcfuiiaaa, Tho con
ditions ch.uiu constantly with tho in
vention uf lueaims and ships. Thu
torpedo service suums to bo moderately
satisfactory, but not complutoly so.
Kxpuriiuents are continually going on
with largo and small torpaUo-CoaU
und lixed torpedoes. Tho torpedo ser
mco can bo made only auxiliary to tho
land norvico. It is ono thing to carry
on torpedo oxperiinuuts, under favor
able circumstances, in time of pence,
and it is another thin' to try thu same
experiments wliuu an enemy is doing
tu- best to thwart you. Tho eliU'erutico,
in fact, is about liko that of firing nt a
target for practice and tiring nt another
man whuu ho is taking aim and firing
ut you at lho same tirou?"
"Aro not certain kinds of torpedoes
found to bo controllablo ami navigable
sumo distance ftom thu shore?"
"Yes. thoy appear to be, but this has
been eleiuonstraled by uxpciimeiits and
tml by actual war, which is a eliUereul
thing If tho enemy will give you all
lho time you want and allow you to
impose upon him nil your conditions,
it is probable that you will bo able to
blow him out of tho water almost
every tmio. llut ho will bo busy him
self trying to foil your plans."
"Ato you familiar with tho plan pro
posed by Lieut. (Jraydon for tho de
fense of Sau Francisco harbor recently,
his plan being to attach torpedoes tu
wiru cables on thu principle; of our
"I have not studied it. My imprcs
vion is that torpedoes can be only ntix
lllaiy to tho land service for defense.
At present wo could not stop with our
laud defenses an invasion by Iroti-claels.
Such vcbseU could como over tho bar
and into tho bay. llut there is no sign
of foreign war now. Our uourost dan
ger in this country is internal, not ex
ternal." "Has any new piinciple uf import
ance been applied to tho manufacture
of arms sinco our civil vvarP"
"There havo been improvements in
the manufactuto of guns and in thu
materials Used, but I do not think thuro
is any new pnncipioin tho manufacture,
(iuns nro made lurgor and further
teachmg. We havu guns which can
cairy tivo miles elloctivoly."
"Is there any fort in Xow York har
bor which could withstand a bouibarel
nu nt J"
No, sir. New York U better guard,
ed than any other largo seaboard city
on tho Atlantic coaL"
"Aro experiments iiinelo continually
in wnrliko instruments; in tins coun
try3" "Yes, in torpedoes, guns, breech
loadiug cannons, etc., and they may
lead to some advantage." JnUrviuo
with ilen. I'ojie, tit bun Francisco liul
Icttn. Cut I'uriiii'N nml Heiiiuoul.
In 1H72 I hid just como back to
New York from Loudon. As I was
vv ilking elowu tho street ono morning
I eipiod a little old man, bent over
with ago and looking vciy miserable.
Something about linn, howevor, boomed
familiar to mo. and I hastened my
footsteps. As I came up to him, ho
turned about and stopping short, criuel:
"(ilorgio!" I answered, nud grasped
both his hands in mine.
It was tho onco groat Honconi. walk
ing tho street almost in rags.
"Which way ato you bound?" said
he, in a voice clacked with ago.
"'I o breakfast," said I, "wlioro all
good people should go."
"l'oitunato! fortunate!" ho mutler
eel. "Como along with mo," said I, "and
let us recall old times."
As wo walked toward tho resttiirant
I did not dream for an instant Unit ho
had reached such a condition that ho
w.i actually starving. Supposing that
ho had broukfastod I vvulked in. und
so-itiug my self nt n table gave a boun
tiful order to the waiter for myself. It
was a bitterly cold and I was hungry.
Presently I saw Konconi otigerly grasp
a piece of brond that lay on the table,
and gnaw on it like a wild beast.
"Uliat," I etcmauded, "liavo you
Tho poor fellow looked up at tno
with gieat hutigiy eyoB as reply.
"Walter," I shouted, "bring us hero
"What will you have?" asked that
"Lverytfiing you havo in your k itch
en? ' 1 cried, fiercely.
And poor Honconi sank down against
tho table, sobbing like a child. C'oW
Foi in a, tn Inylewle.
m m .
"1 tike tho mild spring air," said
I)eacou (iilpiu as Itu sat down ou
'Sijuiie .Mctiill's tiorch lloor tho other
morning for a friendly chat. "How
I rush it makes everything cem. Do
you know of any thing fresher tlmii tho
gentle spring zephyr?" "No, I don't
know as I does," rcplloel thu '.Seitihe,
miles it Is thut 'oie palut' you're sit
ting in. 'Taint beou on thu lloor two
hours." Miiruthoit JinkiituduU.
Misses Kilen and Urit, tho daugh
ters of the Hon. A. A. Hargejiit, ex
Minister to (iermany, have bewnistudy
ing in Vienna, but will return to this
coimtty in August. Mr. Sargent has
liiircliu.Mid a beautiful home in San
Francisco, muck to tho delight of his
family, which is a singularly united
and happy ouc
a QW1.1TW1V An our
A NSW F. RED.
Th ntiwtll.m Iim pmlil Ij lawn Vil tlinnMtiils
etllmit llwrsil fir 1 li hi Mil" rurtireitri n
IlilnnJ" Vi.ll, It ,lii t IX.it 11 il i iimtijillen
fnTMhlrhan-imMilKpiuHii 1 ,' il Ipfwifi "'
riijlcUtn rr.wnl?e Inm Hi.' p1' iwHemtlw
mii'iit kntnan lullm irif i n I In liunt ! nu)
loifllnic chKmlenl linn t'l .1 -' 1 i!UI Itiaswrtl n
Ihiil tlinm r iniira prt pi" tl I irm tlwinil n
ullmr milmtuncil ll"M (11 lnl in" lulliml run.
rluBlTcljr Out lnn In in kit . li Up 1 e.' I") llm in t
lraimrUnlfctirlniHT lilimli iiprnllcn. IIM.
Iwnw. n nurk.t.lo Iv I in. I iti i l. tli elly.it
Ijwillntfttl.-rylriine'iiiil'lni.ht'ii hsitt n rUviifmuul
BROWN'S IRON l)ITTERSu.nuV?i::i:
hAdirho,-prxiit n ' i!l tillti riron
twtx n lintUellont IHlHMtNiH'! t nkiH'HH,
IMmIh-PhIii, .llitliirlu K lu'U iiiid I'ocrt
Tired IVcllim.tu urn. 1 1 i hillO.Pulii In tb
Nlclc llnrkor I,1iii1),1Ii mlnclir nnrlNrnrnl
Kin for all thPM atltuius Ii n H pnwrilHil dstl;
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.lSTSK tr
mlDUts. IJknall ithflr tb"ntipS ip diclmta It aot
tlfmlir When tilieo If th 'lrrt nympt mi uf
tMnent li nrifiHl ennrr Th n m- I t hn iMtnurio
flnnor, tltntlttffti m imi x th ' vvpUnmnctlw
In)PtfriNthnelTii tHtltifUI m 'nrAjii 1 Ati'l nitrkml
Thijn Iwxittn tni,r t I r at tn thu Wln rhwra
up, hnltlij rolir romiv t t) ' i hv V wrrouonrwi
tiiMpiinii funrtt mit1 th rut nn tilH Ioohtih rfti
Ur and If a nurtlnir n 'i t n'mitiinl wit ntiira
in ntippUni f(rt. thn rlut t l4tmii i r nrmvn'a Iro
HitttrstnthnONt ir n 4i u th tfumtiii
Jtlriona hyrttitntitn t tr ' H
Thodt'tiulnohiwTrid . Murk nn I tr "! n1 Urr.
navmpir TIKI NOTI!IJl
Uned herba lndoctortng the fnmlly.and
hor slmplo rometlies lnjt CVlti: tn
most cases. Wltbiut tho uso of herbs,
mctllcnl nclonco would bo powerless;
and yot tho tcneloncy of tho tlmos Is to
nonlect tho best of alfromedios lor thoto
powerful niodioinoo that seriously In
juro tho system
f ncombinntlonof v aluublo herbs, enre
fully compouiiiicet from tho formula of
a rcRUliu- l'hysiciau, who need this pro
scription larcely in Ins privnto prnctico
with ero.it succesH. It is i r. elrink.but
n modlclno used by mauv phvuieinns.
-Itin invalunb'e for In 'fKVXI.I,
ifl.VM'nnel t.lltl. f '' lAT.V,
.vwirets i:hi , x, hj:.u;.
JV..S s, ix in ui.siu, , . and whilo
curinir will not hurt tho j Htom.
Mr. C. J. r.hodcs, n well-known Iron
man of Safe Harbor, Pa , writes :
"Myiion mm com! lcti 1 rnntnlilliyfeier arul
ainit. ejiiuiiTH nn I lir' h ditl 1 tm iio k(kh1 I
tlii-li w lit for MiKlilt r II rl, into n, ami lu a ,Lort
tlllioliiuliu eeaieitiiU w. il "
"E. A. Bchcllentnccr, DniRGlnt, 717
St Clair Street, Cleve'ar.d, O., writsn:
Vmir ttil' m I . ,n i tv -in I iln My arc re
i"-rltM l,j r ,1,,, ,,r in i,i,i i,i,i, t, ri.iuiwut
1 liifieinii, ttt i nr t il
MiailLKll IlKItn IlITTEItfl CO.,
52f) Commorco Ot.. 1'hiladolphia.
Parker's Fleatant Worm Syrup KeverFaiTs
lor the Itncfltof itbrtn humanity, and lu
heartclt gra ltude it tn wot leiful result, I dcm
It only ny duty to , ne ihlt luajllciled teftnaou
iu favor of Kwifi h wpuiiii. My wife has been
athict with ho lit uj Iximaor ralt Hlioum
from her Ir fjiuj It 1ms in. rtaod in intensity
with each nucccLtiiu) n riui,, md I ting somewhat
skilUd In luedl In i i!f I tnid eery remtdv
I could think of for veirn-armparilla combined
with every torm of Toliu! i , ( ultlcura," pills of
eu'ry kind nu 1 hutidrul of othtr rtmedif , lo
tions and alkali washt-. f iLtv Ln wu kind, hut
they all (,aie ouh tempoian nlief I'urliiK the
spring of Ihi herlo(r eticmltlei hccatnvHi iu
tlauied and bie that ehe vtm oblljrid to keep them
Cfiiistanlly coand itii a covering of "1 u ler'a
harth," mixed wet and aMowi.d o 'ry on monp
other things, sho na, mil eti J with a periodical
nerTOj headat.het t. i imrik.ii'iil) every heven
days, ButhttiiutK iu 1 .wi.l bv mi in.pruilttant
fever for wteks at a timt , - ihat her 111 btcame
a tmrtUn t" her
1 iil spring"! detfiiiinii 1 sjic hhould take S. b.
H and lollow Pirl'ilv itu Urtitiuiis In ngard to
dft', dltt, etc, I"bW ww uImj it leven wtrlca ayo.
After taLirg the Mt lir;e ht.tlle the dia aso
heemed to iIlceae tht h truln,:. Itchlmt and In
liammallon btlng unt pir ib e Mic, liowevt r, rer
HMtred in the tiMjof ih iu'liilnp. After ukltiK
the M.cund t.otlle the lull tuiuiation Ugin to sub
ldu. After tho third bolth th lm jmmatlun dls
aiieared.nud ro jutu dii 1 up and turnexl
white and acaly, and tititi!l -In hruthed them oil
In an impalpahli while i udcr Kciiillintf pu-e
halt hhu 1.1 now ukiiih' th alxth bottle, tbrti'
taMeiiKoiisful four timet uaily I-icry appearuueo
ol the dibeate ban gjiic, and her ilei In b coming
hoft, white and iuooih again and w hat U more,
her ierIodleal headaclna Imc disappeared and
ehelinow. at 5.1 yearn of age, enjoytrg the only
Rood health she ban known for upwards of 40 years.
o wonder she declartA with emplMSls that eter)
bottloofh H S. 1 north a thousand times its
Any further Irfonuatlou corcernlug her tae
will to chetrfully gieu by IutmII at her reai
deute, 13 Mullet street nr b me,
J UN b. Hk.U'Lki, tlOrlavtuld tit.
Detroit, Allen , May 10, im5
itesureto Ret the quinine, and send for Treatise
on Mood and fakin Diseises, free.
or sale by all drujfUtd
lfru r :i. Atl.int.i I In
iw w nit.N "i
Kick Hfsdscho and relievo all the troubles Incl
cent to a b.lluua eutoof tho yatun, euch .. lliz
rincs, Nauaiji, Urowslni ra, Uibtn is after e nting.
1'iln In tho Hlilp, Ac. Whilo thflr moot rcuurt'
tllo meets lus been shown la carlnj
thli nnnojlng complaint, ve luio the-y olao corres;!
sUetlwrdcrsof llio eloancti, ettciulato tho liver
suit ticulntc tho Low tla. livm U they only cured
Ache f her would bcalmoBttirletloM tn thnaAha
futllrfr imthlsdlstrcHvlncompIa'ct; batforta
tiuiejy iuir.;utniiicc(iu'j b uuicua litre, anainosa
vhoouco try thtnilU find thetollttloriHa valu
able In ho niany w t ya that they will not be wllllas
It the bine cf ro rimy lives that hero la vchern we
mako our frrc( bcut. Oar pills euro It whilo
Carter's Llttlo Li'eT Tills aro very araail an4
very easy to Ukt:, Ono r r two pills make a dose,
'il.ey aro atrlctly veKitabiu ai.il do not grlpo or
I oijn, but by tli Ir i;i.i.tlu action It am alf who
Lrothem. in vialsatgicentat flvu for 1. bold
by tu-gggiats every vthue, cr ie.Lt by n f.
MWT.'Ir lfl-TITfrVV fO.VewVf.rlr,
McMonatjIe & Rogers1
JlIUDIiETOVtf. Ji. Y.
lllllr 1UUI5 IIK1.II Al V lillllllll'lllln till III
to all Imirs nr iinu imviiiih, while)
I'cniioinUtH ii,riK'l,itei thu Inet that their
(.UKAi uiiti-Mifii riijiilri'it thu iihiiiif lint
iMir niK ijbtMiiY ol uiillnnry I'luvor
UK hxtiui-ik, Tlnlrowii luuriuuru llicir
Experience, backed hy
uii tno uiiu pnuo pian, uis extremely low price lor goou
stylish boots and shoes, are some of tho reasons why his
business is so larnn
Trin nlstln. I,.... :...
t uiaiiui, iiuiljr, Jrtlll, blctlll etllU WIIIII ill UUT HIUTII
h shows at once who does the largest business; and be
j cause we do a largo business anil soli such good and
jnyiwn sr.oes ror a very little
uiiviuu u, juaiuus wouiu-ue nvais. we nave concluded
to let them do the talk inn anil thn hlnuinn. nn thnf ennnm
to bo about all they have to
prices to no our Diotfinrj, and below they talk.
Wo liavo a verv ninn hahv slinnnr fnr ROo ilial lc
worth 75c ; a still better one
iiers mr oui laoies are mane witn sou tiexiDio soles and
are very comfortable ; our price, $1 50, is a saving to you
ui .juu. r ur uiB vaun uer
nno line ot beaded and plain
our popular low prices, which
SUC to 75c. We have a verv ninn kid hiittnn shnn fnr
$1.50 ; Ine valua of this shoe
man the auove at $1.65, which sells elsewhere for $2.25.
Our ladiCS Wonderful Shnn nt $?ftf i marie nf nnnH onft
kin and is tho same kind of a
e never wain ycu io iorg9i our great great d lino kid
button shoo ; we sell hundreds of pairs every week and
they (live excellent wear nml fit hAter than uhnce vnn
will pet elsowhere.
rur iim men we nave gooc solid nronans at 51.25 : a
good dress shoo at $1.50,
because we sell this shoe
other dealers mad at us.
Gents' fine sample shoes that wili be sold at a loss
to us of 50c to $1.50 on each pair. Unless you ask for
sample shoes they will not be shown you.
Come to us if you want to get good shoes at good
lOW prices. Our Store is full nf rlnviinht nnd n!ptmin
j nave strict orders to please
iu dim pnutt, or nui id sen ycu.
We WelCOmB Vi.lirorR nml SM nlnrl fn chnu thnm mix
I many new styles, and will take as much pleasure in show
is inn v mi n: in sollinn vnn
(The Noisy Bargain
WU. 1 TV-ZEST TVTVTTVT rri
Mail orders solicited and
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where Vou Will Kind
NICE AND FRESH GOODS
l'AKTIKS it SOCIALS A Sl'DCIAl.TY.
BBTall ami eco the Handsomest Ue Cream Par
lor lu the Btato.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(lato ol' Clilimito.)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
(IK-clally e,f line tilllnnn, restorln;; jiartlal low ot
teeth without iilAtev, antl reiilorilif; to iisefulliieaii
Bound room ami hroleen teeth by ironlng.
110 1-2 Went .Vulu Street.
Dr. Frank 5 Runyan,
Kooin. Iii IllirhliiKlinin'i. IKllllellMi
uTir 51tiraliy a. Iltei'a He. re.
i eiipi o! oi-iu i uiiL ti lie iii'inliii
Wo Inrllo jour attention to our new. clean and
convenient ut .IJatlun of the r ndpluof couii
t r-tirliuiiiin, aa nhown by our
MEDICATED BGDY BANDS.
Illlihly ii.domed hy iiromlnent iiienihera ot lho
lrole'ion, for lhe tCllHnl liln. mini-tiiiill-in.l'uiiiluu,,,)
lliltl, nil Men.lriii.tlt.il,
I'leiirl.y, 'i, III tlir hlu,., ,,, h eU
and Ulili,.).. Kiel Hint (or I'lKH.I.IU in all
(oriui, Huruiliig tho lioiiula and eheeklin! dl
charkea. (suiilled In you or )our liatlenta thiouah
druit more., or hyiiullon neeipiuf 11 Nnd for
elrtulara and loitlmoulalii Irom ,lijilmi. and i a
llonu. AeilMa (AHtkii. w, Y. lihALIll
Atll.NUV, rtllliewWay.N Y "
Rose Leaf, Fine Cut,
and Snuffs .gjSjl
AGENTS WANTED 7
The. Must StrlklnirXnt ell)' urtlioAh'f.
GLOVERS METAL DICK ALBUM.
UawaieuiovBd or added iu a tuoiueut. All.iiia
eiulaiifed luanyalz. 'lho lilniio,! metal back never
liieiki. Iln I'cuullarion.lructlon louiuiandi lu.
taut atltntlon. Ju.t the ttilnir for eantauera.
l-.r tiruiiimd u i,ii(ulr. Inuulraof
TMK Altl AI.IIUM U) , llatlle reek, Mich.
WANTf.ll I.adle. and Uentl.iuen to tike nice
... ."n, lataut work, al their own houiea.
eV.,.1. .U..1 l.v ...II ..a.ll.......lll1.. . .
... ..... ..j u.,i muj utat.iiinpi, lUDTFlf TOUUtl,
li to II a djr tali Uiulelljr iuadl no eaiialnK,
AddreM llllulilo iVVn Vo., I'hlla., I'a. Ikj
o kt It&xMamr.
if' -rv wjrztwmmmm
his fair way of doino business
i .i ...u:-i a i
amount ol money, we are
do. We want our coods and
for 65c, wot th $1. Pur slip-
lanifiR ann misuflr. wa hnun
opera toB slippers, and at
means a savinn to you of
is $2. A little butter grade
shoe they all want $3.50 for.
and a bcauly at $1 90. Now
at SI 90 wo have made all the
- -.... vvaWMitrll
you in every respect, both in
Shoe Man, Cheapest in!
- - " .- - -
prompt attention given.
ESTABLISHED IN 103(1.
Wm. It. Grant. Mahiv M. (1
Vftl. GRANTS SONS,
I CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Itooin No. 5, Arcade liullillji, Heeoud Floor,
A It II I li (,,
a ii 1 ll.Dii-
For III) iIiijh
tents r nil
carl) anil lie
I line. IIIiih
111 X. .Uuln SI., l.ij Inn, .
The Mo.t liuutfut
Tahioo Stoamera. low lutta.
iourTrlu. jr XVeoV Between
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Every Weak Day EUwe.a
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Wrlto for our
"Picturesque Macklnao," Illustrated.
Contaloa J-iUI Partieulan. Mallwt Tnw.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
C D. WHITCOMB, Ocn. pt, Aot
lironlr iKmom Mteam.
i -i ien
AHflBBagBaajflm fair., ivuw .n v vm
ItaiaUl.hwl JboIiW"'" uurMl Qlrrn
L-r.-- I in rwruntmn uuttmrtnknu
Wn. Call cirwrito. r. D. CLARKt, M. O?
MO.IM VIM YRU7.aiM0IMNATI,OMIt