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GLOBE REPUBLIC?. MONDAY EVENING, JTLV n lRHf
ICmitlniio.l frniii Tcniil I'sge.
till Nihil SVIIIWI.I VI'.I.KHH.ITK.
Tlifi ('liililrrti'a nrnml Itiilly, Minn Meet
I ii It mill I Iniln In IIhi HIiiiiiM'iihi llnmi
I'ulrliill.ni anil Iti'llfcl'.n In lliiiiiimiy
A Mini Inr Hid 1'iilurr.
It ai ii linjijiy thoiiKtit lilcli Inaplrril
rotiii! ot our most inomlnctil ninl illlciuit
S.inilny reliool vurki-ra to iitrn(ro lor lie
1'ourlli ol July eelelirnllon by tlio Sunday
eclioola of llio ill) huiI country, wlilcli oc
curreil at tliclieiiiitlliilnml Hill-nilnittil firovo
ncnr the wnter woika itnnJ-il, Iliat MhIh
strict. The result km aninc-tlilng: sounliiup,
novel anil Impny, thnt now on nil stiles
I rxircMil ii wish tint sotno.
time there tuny lie nnollirr siirti
clcmonsirntlon, which, with morei ex
perience ninl tlmu lor repirnllon muy be
tnnilo own moio slertilfi-iuit nnJ Inrercly nt
tcmleil. Tlic jiroemion luiture win only n
Tnrllal success, but win ery peioil nml pretty
so fur B3 It went, the Cadet IMucl hcadlcR llies
column whlcli motel Irom tlie First Presby
terian church. At tlie Rrounda a large plat
form bad been erected lurnlshed with stnta
nod nn organ, for tho ofllccr, iticnkrra and
rnualclarj. The baud played several pieces
and played them well. llev. J. II. Walker,
pastor ol tho Pleasant street M. I'.
church nctid as tlialrman and called the
meeting to order, about COO people youne
nd old hiving gathered upon tre
rising ground In front o( tho
platform. First came singing
"Clod Hleal Our Nnlhe Land," led by Mr.
P. A. Sclilndlcr, Miss Geneva lUnisberg or
ganist, Hcoinpmlpd by an orchulra con
flating ol 0. H. Hchimllcr, (J. Itillow, II. 0.
and llirl Hnnkiii. l'rayir was offered by
Rev. Wm. II Wnrreo, pastor of tbo Congre
gratloniil Church, nnd then "America" was
sung. Ilxlracta Irom the Constitution of llio
United Stated were read by Itev. A. I.. Wilk
inson, junior of (be 1'iral lhptlst Chinch nnd
"Hail Coluuibin" was then sung.
Jmlgn Jnliii C. Miller was then introduced,
and spoke, upon Tho I' st ot Our Country."
Judge .Millir saul the past had one advantage
cner Ihe future, in that ll was filed ami cer
tain. It has furnished somo of the
choicest hiUory of all nges but constitute loo
widen lii 1,1 lor (umpreliensivo consideration
on surh an oictisl There are eome under
lying forces that brought about the result we
call "our country" that may be profitably
cocsiileted bire. One Is freedom In religion
An imKiriHr.t Influence in shnjiing the eleitl
nies of our country ban gone out Irom New
I.'nghind. hllo the Puritans came to this
country that they might worship according
to the dictates of llieir own consciences with
out persecution or oj position, they Id turn
persecuted those who differed Irom then in
some points and it was not until the times of
Ann Iliitcbiiieuii and Itrger Williams, it may
be said, that the iJei ol freedom In re
ligion became filed in fact as
well as in name. Today If H
is imi(isnblo to force men to practice forms
ol religion In which they may not believe,
no man cmi be jierseculed for his religions
belief. Another of Ihe active agencies in
building up our Institutions is the practice of
local self-goi eminent. In some ijnirters,
however, the local was placed In advance ol
the general iro.crninont. We ought to give
thanks tod iy, through tho great war tho
order was reverted and that now America, is
gtealer than Virginia, a sentiment which was
loudly applauded. Whllo freedom In religion
may run riot sometime, ns tho idea of local
eelf.government dotdojicd into secession, at
last a reaction must set In and wt ll.regiilnted
liberty jirrinll in thi-i as other thing".
Alter music by the lmiid, John I,. Zimmer
man, I-Isii , nd tressed the congregation In,
"The I'risent ot Our Country." He de
Sfrilied this in nn ageol stenni at high press
iiro; of sdf.bihdeiB in place of the sickle;
forty milis nn hour trine! by rail nnd elec
tricity. This is the Stirling, restless, business
portal of the! country's history; its practical
nge. What the foundeis of the Nation most
feared was sectional strile, ajid that with our
vast territory tho difference In Interests, situ
ations nnd oi luions would cause clashing,
llut tbe belta of railways extending across
the country have jirevented tbii. The jieoplo
ot one section need tho products and thrive
upon the trade of tbo other and all
unite iu the sentiment "Union Forever."
Our estimate la incomplete If we do not rec
ognise tho religion and morality which
charaeteilre osai n people. Many things
show how this spirit jcrmcates the Nation
and jiropheeles made years ago by good men
are sustained. The culture and Intellectual
development ol the country received due at
tentioo, together wllh the Influence of the
public schools. Kvents provo the falsity ol
the claim iniulo in loieign countries that this
Union could not live. While it has lived
through a civil war that tried its stability
and has doubled Its population many times,
Franco has Lecu forced to accept many
features In our form of government and
Kngland to relax her policy in the same par
ticular. Christianity is at tho base ot this
government. Let us determine that the her
itage of progrefs be banded down that the
Innd may ever bo the homo of liberty and
abode of justice.
To Kcv. Ilr. Kemper, ol South Charleston,
had been assigned the duty of speaking upon
the "Future of Our Country," but as he was
detained at home by illness Itev. Di, Fal
coner, jastor First I'riib;terUn church, this
elly, wus jiressed Into the service at the last
rcoment and madd a noble response.
Speaking negatlecly, he said of
our future, us a country, nc should havo no
moru acres, no more, mountains or rivers or
unsblne; no better opportunity to praise
God or to servo lllm uud to do right. On
the other hand bo thought that probably in
the tuturu wo should not have so many
'foreigneri," usiug tbe term In one sense, hut
that all our people will be "Americans" in
the jiroper sense. All will speak tho Ilnglish
language, have the same idinl nbjut Sunday,
abont work, recreation and so forth. This
will be u more homogc nerous jieojile. We
shall also be n hapjiler peoplo than to-day,
making more of ii business of
being hapjiy, better understanding
tbo art ol being hapjiy. There will bo more
married peojile, many marrying young. Wo
shall not make su much of a bugbear of mat
rimony. Young peojdo will be moro content
ed and willing to marry anJ get along on
what thiy liutc, ratlcr than waiting for
wealth liefore marrying. Parents then will
have tlino to train' Ihtlr children at home,
which they haven't now. Hut abjvo all, let
ua renumber there will ucter be a better time
lor serving God and doing right, than now.
This closed Ihe inorcing exercises, ta all ot
which the children, na well as older jicople,
paid excellent ntlelitlon. The nddres i-a were
ol just the right length n id perfectly adapted
to the occasion. The congregation wn'illf
iiilncd until two i"( lock, by which time the
n temUnrobad awellnl to l,M)Oor J.OOO, The
atternooti meeting was moro especially ft.r
the children and tho singing Irom printed
slips prolded lor all grMis.
An Increased audience assembled about the
stand, on the itanil-ptpo grounds, Saturday
nrternoon. Prfsldent Walker, niter music,
Introduced Mr. 0. M. Nichols, wh6jiroceeded
tosjieak of tho Possibilities or Christian
Youth under tho Blessings of Heightened
Liberty. Mr. Nichols said, In beginning, that
It was quite projver, on the tth of July, to de
clare that ours was n great country, for It
really was gnat. Things are great or small
as eoniiarcd with others. Great Ilrltaln ia
great In both name and pocr, but we could
put Great Ilrltaln In some remote corner of
our country, and trael days, by rail, nnd
never come near It. lie thought that wo
could even hldo great Ilrilnin In the singlo
stale of Texas to successfully that n traveling
l.ngllshtimn could not Hud It for dajs. The
possibilities or Christian youth In America
nro greater than those of any other country.
In Kngland tho young are hedged about with
class and social distinction?, very dllUcult to
overcome. Occasionally n jioor boy rises to
the siirlaco and becomei distinguished, but
there are not many. On Ihe Continent voutis
men are held to military service during tho
period they might use for Belf Improvement.
But In America the poorest boy is rather
more to becotno eminent than the richest, We
havo had hero Abraham Lincoln, who
was a poor boy, nnd when
a young man n rnll-spllttcr, who
the sjienker believed, wns really, when con
sidered In nil resnects. the irrealtst man our con
tinent had jiroduced. His great and luminous
fame had already gone throughout all latnli,
and would go down through alt history. Then
tho canal driver James Aliriira Garfield
graduated from tho tow jialh into the pres
idencyfirst of n college and then of the
U.ilted Slates. Hut what we denlie ia not
that a few jioor boys may becomo great and
famous; not that boys shall nurso nn am
billon to become noted or occupy high po
sitions In tho world; but that loth boys nnd
girls shall nim to rnako the best of them
selves; to cultivate head, heart and soul; to
build up complete and grand characters and
a capacity ami aspiration lor usefulness. I,et
girls take ns their models Ihese iiittiligcnti
gray-haired Christian women, theso beautilul
and nobis mothers and grandmothers, whose
lives have been n continuous benediction to the
world about them; nnd let bos nim to fit
themeleea for doing good, and go about
seeking and crenting opjiortunlties (or mak
ing men and communities, and the Nation,
and tho World better. Wo all hnve before
tu a great and jmro example in tbo Hie of our
great Captain and header, Chrl.t, of Hethle.
hem, Christ of Capernaum, Christ of Cnltary,
who went about doing good, nod who, in
losing his own life, gave lire and salvation to
Mr. Walker culled out Mr. George. Ander
son, a vencrablu citizen of Troy, Ohio, eighty
years of age, and yet who seemed ns sprightly
as a boy, who said he organized the first
HabSath school in Clark county, in the old
Humphreys school house, on a cross street,
north of the city, In 1831, filty-four years
ago. It was a union school.
Mr. W. K. Kmerlc, finite a young man, was
called upon and delivi red n handsome ad
dres". Interesting and spirited talks followed
from Mr. J. M. Jones, of South Charleston;
Mr. G. 0. Hall, of Springfield; Mr. A. II.
Hunyan, ol Catawba; Mr. Fisher, now super
intendent of the Kenton Sunday school, or
ganized by Mr. Anderson fifty-lour years ago;
Mr. Kohert Miller, of Victory Sunday school,
Chiinjialgn county; Mr. Jchn Little; Ihe
venerable Mr. Jesse Hoyd, of Harmony, nnd
Mr. P. A. Scbindler.
Motion of thanks were oted to the Cadet
Hand, which furnished siieb fuillent music;
to Mr. 1). II, Warder nnd the Water Workn
Company, for use of grounds, anil to tho
Water Works Superintendent, Mr, 11. 0.
Gwyn, for n supjdy of excellent water.
(MTTiSfii Jiow.v to nuaiyjiss.
Favorable Ileaalt uf CUIzerm' Meeting nt
tlie Mnjror'a fllce-.CotuiulttueAiuliitetl
to Co-operate With llio G. A. It. Com
lulttees on Urnnd Army Day ArnniBe
menttf. While the turnout nt the public meeting in
the mayor's office Friday cening for action
as lo preparations for Grand Army Day was
not as large as it might have been, about
filtr or sixty well-known citizens being jires
ent, thoso who did nttend were from that ele
ment of ihe community which it was de
sired to reach and Interest In the enterprise
before us, and ft host in themselves. Several
of theso gentlemen werceallid out, aud their
remarks were in the right direction nnd of a
tenor to satisfy tho Ginnd Army men they
were not to be le't nlone in tho greut under
taking. Tho meeting was called to order nt eight
o'clockby Col. W. J. While, chairman ol the
committee issuing the call, who propose d F.
M. Hagan, Ksi , ns chairman, nnd that gentle
man, on taking charge, returned his thanks.
Gen. J. W. Keller, in explaining the oh
Jict of tho meeting, said that a largo number
of old soldiers and others would bo here
August ci and 7 next; Inking Into account
other gathering!) of tho kind held Iu the
State from 10,000 to 12,000 nt n moderate ts
llina.r. It should bo understood that it was
Uon rejiresentations of citizens not ex
clusively O. A. It. men thnt Springfield was
selected ns Ihe place for this reunion. A
committee was aulhorUed to ask that it
abould be located hero and it was In conse
quence of this and the well-earned rejiuln.
Hon of Springfield for hospitality that the se
lection was made. It must not now be lift to
Ihe G. A. It. men to do all Ihe work of ar
ranging for the rc-unlou and caring for llioso
from nil over this State ami borne Irom other
States who aro coming. The (J. A. 11. men
are already extensively advertising the cele
bration and thereby the city, (Jen. Keller
exjilained tho arrangements already made
fur reduced rates ot transjiortatlou
which aro mora lavorable than
ever granted on such nn occasloo. Thus
great luducemenla nro ollered to cllUens ot
the State as well hi the old soldiers, lo come
and see Springfield. In ndditi:n to the main
reunion a number ol regimental reuulons will
bo held nt tho time. It would bo quite out
ol keeping wllh our custom It all comers
were not handsomely received aud properly
entertained. Music is to be provided, and
there will be expenses for decorations, etc,
A great deal of work will have to bo done
and the time ii now short in which to do It.
Tho Symptoms of Liver Complaint
aro uricifllneM and piln In the stile, sonictltiies
patn In Hie shoulder, and la rnlMsken for rheu
lufltisiu: tlm stomach Is affected with Icmnof n,ie
tile Mid sickness: bowels, In KPiicral, roMltc,
sometime atternatlhff wtlh laxj the head Is trim
tiled wltli iialii ami dull, heavy sensation ',f Imv
lag lift unilono soiiictlilnv which ought to ham
hern done; often coniUln!tiff of wpAknon. ilp
hillty ami low spirits, hoiiirilioes many ul llio
ntiova symjilotiis attend the dlselseand at other
limes very fewol Hi r in hut the I.lror Isicencrslly
the uruan most Involved.
ui.ori.Aii: tiii: i.ivnu and piikvi nt
lysieialn, Ciinillpiittoii, .Inunillce, llil.
lions Attacks, Chills anil Fever, lleml-
nelie, Colic, Depression of Nlrll,
Hour Itomnori, Iienrtbiirn,
Tonic, Altrrntho and Cut liar lie 1
Simmons Liver ltfiiiUtor, purely vegetable, Is
llio medicine Rcnerslty itseil in tlie Mouth lo arouse
the torpid I.litr to lioally action.
It acts with extraordinary power and effi
cacy on the Liver and Kldnoys I
Tho action of the Kcgulator Is free from nau-ea
nrifrlplnK. It Is most ellecllve In starting the se
crcilonsof the l.lvcr, causing the bile lo net as a
cathartic. When there is an excess of bile In Ihe
Momnch, the Regulator Is an active purge: alter
the removal ot the bile It will regulate the fume's
ami lmpait vigor and heatlh lo the whole sislem,
fee that you gel the Oennluo In While Wrapr,
wllh icJ J proparod only by J. Il.ellln Ot Vi.
Sold by all druggists.
The expenso will not bo burdensomo but n
consldernhle sum of money will hnve to be
raised. The G, A. II. mon are bearing their
full share of work and expense.
Chaplain Delo aild he wished to ndd thnt
tho Women's Relief Corps, of Ohio, had been
Invited also nnd n large number of Its Indiej
must bo ptovided for.
Col. White thought It would be well for
this meeting to npjiotnt n citizen's committee
oflHoto select working comraitteis to co
operate with the G. A. 11., this committee lo
rejiort at nn adjourned meeting what should
Mayor Goodwin was calleu for and said he
sujiposed something tho same plan must bo
pursued i.s in the case of crowds attending
llio two Slato convention. lie moved tho
appointment of n committee of five with
power to sub-divide tho work nnd
appoint tho necessary committees to
carry out plans. Carried, nnd the following
named were suggested nnd apjiointed as such
committee: John Too?. O. S. Kelley, J. I.
Goodwin, It. F. liny ward nnd F. M. Hngan.
Cajit. I). 0. Putnam, a member of the State
Council of Administration, was called upon
for some remarks explanatory ot tho origin or
Grand Army Day and anid that, at the recent
session of the Dejiartment Hncampment the
Council recommended nnd the Encampment
established a mid-summer meetlcg of tbe G.
A. H. witli tbe design of removing from the
annual IlncamrShents all reunion features,
confining the annual meetings to transaction
ol business ouly and making them moro easily
handled and accommodated, Tho coming
event here will lie the first of these Grand
Army Days, and on that nccount tho Depart
ment officials aro jiirlicularly desirous ol Its
success. The frst day will be devoted to tho
recijition of Posts. As these nrrive they will
be escorted to the Fair Grounds, whero most
of the (1. A. R. will bo accommodated iu
tents, forming n erilable oinvas city. De
partment htadijuartcrs will be on the
grounds. Regimental reunions will be held
on this day, the eeningor whicii will b de
voted to monster camp fires, one or more, nt
which the veterans: will be addies.ed by their
rormir leaders, among the most noted Gener
als of Ihe War, nil ot whom have been invit
ed, ns ulso the newly elected Communder-ln-ChleriturJette,
0. A. It.
On the second day will occur the grand
jiaradool 10,000 lo 15,000 ex-soldiers, iu O.
A. H. uniforms, with numerous bands. There
will lie gatherings in various jmbllc places,
with talks by the old leaders. Wo must lur
nish music, decorations, camp facilities, halls
for regimental reunions, etc. Tents in any
number necessary will be procured from tho
U. S. Depot of sujiplies at Jeffersonville.
D. W. Stroud, of the O. A. It. Flnnnco
Committee, said it was too early yet to mako
an estimate of Iheexjienses, but the commit
tee found the matter of exjienses increased as
they got deeper Into it.
Colonel White saidthe Governor and en
tile staft" had been invited nnd would jirolia
bly attend, as they had other such reunions,
in years jiast. Men would be reached and
brought here who, moro than others, U60 the
class ol goods and machines made here.
There is no source of revenuo about the en
cinijinitntatiill; all meetings, etc., nre free
Colonel Stewart exjilained as to railroad
rates and tho fmorable consideration he re
ceived nt hands of the jiassenger agent while
O. N. Ilartholomew said tho encampment
would put in circulation n large amount of
money from abroad, in this city.
Kach ol tho members of tho commltteo
aboe named was called upon aul expressed
himselt a heartily In sjmjiathy with tbo
enterprise and willing to do nil In his jiower
to Insuro successful carrying out of jilnus
formed nnd to bo formed. Mr. John Foos
said ho thought it a good thing nnd if it
wasn't money In tho pockets ot Springfield,
he felt like honoring the old soldiers of Ohio
in giving them the best there was on this
occasion. Mr. Kelly said ho sujiposed ihu
citizens were oxjiected in thla case to come to
the front nnd make the rcuuluu a grand
sue cess and be proposed to tako hold nnd do
nil he could. Whether expenses nro hem y
or light the Grand Army eoys are coming
nnd wo must tako caro of them as the
desert e. Mayor Goodwin said It would bo u
pleasure to make the encampment as much
of u success as possible. Fos. Ilayward said
his services were at command or the G. A,
1! , uud Chairman Hagan suld the same.
Ou Major Goodwin's motion tho meeting
ndjourned until Tuesday etening next, the
committee ot five to meet the G. A. R., Exec
utive Committee next Monday evening,
The Prohibition State Kiecutlro Commltteo
will meet hero tomorrow, to mnji out work ot
the camjialgn and start the ball rolling. It is
significant that the word goes out there will
be no lack of lunds for the Prohibition cute
palgn. Tho occasion will be imjiroved lor u
little more speech making,
Mrs. II. II, Ganson, of Columbus, returned
homo last Friday, atter a tl.it of four weeks
in this city.
W. Ii. Harry, of Iiidlauajiolls.BjuntSunday
with his sisters. Mies A mm Harry aud Mrs. J,
DRY GOODS i CARPETS
Good Calico only 3c.
Goods in All Departments at Speaking Prices.
The largest stock of Carpets in the city at the lowest prices. New
Carpets received every day. We solicit a call.
BLACK, BROTHER & CO.
HI. Julm Whola lie ami What la lie?
Answer, lie la tho man who deserted his
wife alter three months of married life. He
Is the man who refused to assist in support
ing hie own child, lorn after tho desertion of
his wife. Ho is tbo man of whom the step
father of tho de'crtcil wire said: Ills cruel,
heartless ami lnccusblo desertion, wrecked
hei life, broke her heart, nnd caused her to
fill a prcnintnro grave. And when ho was
asked to contribute to the relief of the child,
who had met with n sevcio accident, he re
tused, although fully able to do so.
Such is the man whom men, professing a
high order of morality nnd even religion, nre
taking ns their champion; Such Is the man
upon whom pure women nro lavishing words
ol admiration, when nt the same timo they
do know, or ought to know, that he has
wronged n pure woman and wile, in such n
way as should make him the scorn of jmro
women forever. 11. G. D.
THIS ANIt TtlAT.
A maiden, dimpled, dainty, fair,
With hazel eyes and crumpled hair,
Wns asked what wns the height or bliss.
She pre mptly nnswered, " 'Tia a kiss,
Provided that tho klsers vnn't
Neglect teeth-cleansing SOZODO.VT."
In its cllVcts, nud mojt uscM In its nppllcn
tion, the fragrant SOZODONT has become
the most popul.tr Deiitrihce in existence. 'T.i
used and pfdUcd by eterjbody.
Acciilnto will occur even in the best regu
lated familie, and SptLDisn's Glue should be
.The development this season in house
painting is grten roofs, and umber nnd jirim
rose nre the fashionable colors tor wood
Iteiiciim! from llentli.
William J. Cuughlin, of Somcrvllle, Mass.,
says: In the rail ot 187C I whs taken with
bleeding ol lungs followed by a severe cough.
I lost mj appetite aud llesh.und was confined
to my bed. In 1H77 I was admitted to the
llo'piul. 1 he doctors said I had a hole in
in) lungs as big id a half dollai. At one
time n rijHjcl went nrouud that I wns dead.
I gave ui hope, but n tiiend told me or Dr.
William Hall a Halsaru for the l.ungo. I got
a bottle, w hen, lo my surjirise, I commenced
to feel better, aud today I letl better than lor
three years past.
The introl wagon made ten runs Saturday
and Saturday night, six of them on call from
Hox C, Fair Grounds. An average or four or
five nrrests were made for each run. This
morning, Mr?. Liudsay, white wile or a colored
citizen, was picked up in n state of intoxica
tion and wagoned to Spring street. Yester
day Hen Worlhingtou, of Kast Springfield,
began to amuse himselt' by drumming on a
colored dude'a shiny "plug" hat, to which tho
latter objected when Worthlngton knocked
the hat off tho man's head and mashed it on
the continental plan, for which he was ar
rested. Geo. Smith was found sleeping off
his Fourth or July booze on Southern avenue
and vas given free transportation to the
Sumo uf the CaiUMtn
Giving rise to dysjiejisia are over-work, badly
cooked food, hurry in eating, too m'Uch
grease, dUngreeuble companloua, loo little
sleep, too much worry. Dsjiepaiaisacurse;
but llrown's Iron Hitters is a blessing; be
ciiiiso It casts out dysjicpsia, and makes suff
ering people will. Mrs. K. Patou, 2020
Franklin street, St. I.ouis, says: "I used
Hrow n 'h Iron Hitters for djsjiejibia, nnd it did
Dentil from l'ariily.la.
Mrs. Margaret A. Hean, nged about forty
five j ears, and n resident here for three years,
died Saturday, nnd the remains were lor
wnrilel this morning to bublna, Clinton
county, for interment. The deceased was
prostrated by it stroke of paralysis three or
four we-eki ago, and has since remained in a
wtek und feeble condition, Tho surgeon's
certifii ate aiMgti nervous jiroslrntion a9 the
caue of deal u finally. Deceased leaves a
husband and tea children.
'Tis true, 'tis ity, nnd pity 'tis 'tis true."
This ohscrwitiou could he made to apply very
aptly to those thoughtless arsons who go
through life tho tlctlms ot disease nnd reiuse
to tako heed ot tho great jmnacea for their
ailment Mlshlti's Herb Hitters. If the dlf
easo is d)tpcpsia, indigestion or any com
plulnt of ll.o bowels, liver or kidneys this it
thu remedy tint will bring you certain and
speedy relief. Delay uo longer if you have
hitherto been deal to the promptings of
A (Ireut lll.cuvery.
MTs. Emma Clark's Hair Restorer removes
ilandrult Irom tho scalp and renders It jier
lectly htaltliy. It will cure all diseases of
the uili, ulso cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous headache and remotes jilmjilea from the
face, restore gray hair to its natural color
nnd produces u luxuriant growth of the hair.
This jirej.aratlon ia jwrfectly free from jiols
onous drugs. Salislacilon guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Restorer Is pie
jmred and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or her au
thorial agents. Agetits wanted. Give it a
trial. Price. I j er battle.
For sale by Ad. Uakhaui & Co, Druggists,
23 Kast Main street, nnd II. II. Wolle, corner
Mnrkit nnd High streets, Theo. Troujie and
T. J. Casjier.
BLACK IJHO. A CO
Good Gingham only 3c.
Good Brown Muslin 4c.
WII.O ClllUtltV AMI TAIt.
Hvcryboiiy knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry and Tar ns n n'lif nnd cure for nny
nffeclions of tho throat nud Inner. Com- '
bined with theao two ingiedients nre n rew '
sitnide henllng remedies in the composition
of Dr. Hosanko's Cough and I,ug Syrup,
making it just the article you should nlwnys
have In the houci lor cough', colds, croup
and bronchitis. I'rirc CO tenia nnel 11.00.
Satniles free. Sold by Ad Ilakhaua k Co.
In no other medicintl r"piiraliur. have the
results of llio mot intelligent stuiy and
scientific inquiry been so Mendily nnd pro
gressively utilised ns in Ayr's Saraarilln.
It leads the ltdt as a trulj scientific j repara
tion lor all blood diseases.
A Fortunate IHmover'.
A new light is thrown on tbo subject of
Consumption lij Dr. Wagner ICimji, discov
erer of Kemji's Halsnrn for tho Throat nnd
I.ungs. A remedy thnt has proved Itself to
be a rimarkuble compound. It does the
work thoroughly, stopping a low king cough
Instantly. Sold by Dr. T. J. Casper, Drug
gist. Price 50 cents and 41. Trill sire Iree.
It llH4 u l.iU!ll.
Smart Weed and IWlcdonnn combined with
the other ingredients u'ed in the best porous
plasters make Carter's S. W. .t 11. Hncknche
Plasters the best in the market. Price J5
louui; .Meul Itmul TMn.
The Voltaic Hi It Co., of Marshnll, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
lieltand other Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (; ouiig or old) ntllictcd
wllh nervous debility, los ol vitality nnd
manhood, nnd nil kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, piimhEi.i, and runny
other disease?. Comjdete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood gunrnnteid. J,'o
riok is incurred a thirty dijs trial Is al
lowed. Write them nt onco for illustrated
cunus oit rn.r-s.
Piles arc frequently preceded by a sense (it
weight In the back, loins and lower j.art of
the abdomen, causing tbo jiatient lo suppose
he has somo cffcctioa ot the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
Indigestion nre present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, it". A moisture, like in
spiration, producing u verj dnuigri cable it h
ing, alter getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Hlllid, lilrtdiug and I tilling Piles
yitld at omt lo the appliiatinu of Dr.
Hosanko's Pile Itemed, w huh ncladmctly
ujion tho arts nib 'ted, absorbing the
Tumors, allajing the inttm-e itching, and
eliciting a permanent jure. Price tio cents.
Sold by Ad. linkhnus Co.
No injurious t litre H can follow tbo use ot
Ayer's Ague Ci.ie in the treatment of malarial
diseases. It contains, besides a Sccilu and
unfailing nntid de for miasmatic jiuisoii, other
remedial agents which unite to cmel the
poisonous humors, purify tlie system, nnd 1
leave it in a healthy nnd reinvigomb d condi-
IMMUNITY FROM AKHOYAHCL -
&lHl&y ' iJMA
1- Vf7ft5v,vH'f tJ
Waelo only or tlio lineal nnel beat
liiHlliy r nine. Mr with
Every good tiling is Countor
foitod. nnd consumers nro CAU
TIONED ncninst IMITATIONS
of thoso ChimnoyH jnado of
VE11Y POOH GIjASS. Soo thnt
tho oxact lnbol is on onch chim
noy ns nbovo. Tho Ponil Top is
always clonr nnd bright Glubs.
Mieniifiii'leiri'd OM.V ly
GEO. A. MACBETH & CO.,
rilt.lnireili I.e-ii.1 (ilie. Wurlta.
l.'oi' Hulo 1.V 14iultrn.
McMonagle & Rogers'
JJIDDLETOVN. N. .
Their iiaiik in:i.li'rv coiniiii'iuls them
tu all lovort ol" Hm: n.weiliH, whllo
ucoiiDiiilnta uppiiedilto tho 1 net Unit thedr
iiliKtr MiiKMiril ii'iiilre'thoiiMuif but
1MIK run (juAXUTY of oi (1 1 nary Flavor
ing KMrnc'la, Thulruwn merits nro their
., -HirW" p
M 3 tl t In
-I III I'-'fiO
mi Pat. 001.30111,1333. Jf7
Bleached Muslin 3c.
iii:st ami ('hi:.i'i:st i. thi: city.
Prompt atliMitlon itlven to order, for family uie,
p. rile a, noclitls. e I-.
Leavo order or telephone C, W. I'avnter's eiro
ccrjr, 01 ami U3 Weft .Sfaln street.
Special intention glien to Hundley delivery.
O. W. McDonald & Co.
YOU WILL FIND
33 EAST MAIN STREET,
Where Von Will Find
NICE AND FRESH GOODS
rAKTIKS ii SOCIALS A SPKCIALTV.
Ctri'all and ec tho Handsomest Ice Cream Par
lor In tbo State
No. 8 West High St.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
.Ol'It BKAND OF
Ii th safest and purest Uasoleno In tho market.
'1 hit rtraiitl tmnis longer ttidii louiuiuu Utuotcue
titiJ lUtcn not emit an rittniitre odor. For (Insolent
jtett hiiJ all purijbCk for w-Mih (Unoleiitj Is Us(l,
thu W Itiln M tr llratnl is I la- mot rcllatiltt. If tttu
S hihf St ir daitolene in not nolii In your vicinity,
wMiil ) our rink r Jfntt to us for a barrel.
BROOKS OIL CO.,
55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND, 0.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
V. KIIV I'AUMI'.K SIlllUl.l) BUY the Cor
liss TriRine Oil to usoon their reaper, and tuoHeni
elurtni; harvctet. This Oil Is uianufactureel ezclel
bUcIv I') Ihe llriioka Oil Co. Ask your dealer lor
IlllOOItS Oil. CO.M
COKMvl kxuini: OIL..
Awn In ,
a u el II.iiii.
For :t0 elayH
wc Mill Hell
timtM iif nil
iu ;i i.( uer
early and lie
111 X. Main St., Dayton, 0.
Clulreei. Mure. fan. rjt
mmuiiiwhi,. rrrrytm tutHrrtaltt.
rree. Call or wrllo. F. O. CLARKC, (M. Q.
HO.IM VINI TRII.UMCINNATI.OMil
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOU OF PATENTS,
ooiu Hi A.roadu Uuliainu.
RAILWAY TIME TABLE
UlaT.lnnd, Unlnmbiia, IJInctntinU nnd In.
URKAT CEMItAX TltUNK ROU1K.
HAHT ANU W1CWI
throtiBh cara, with onnectlo In Union Ix-pot.
Onlj dlroct lino tI e'lutfland, HuSalo and VU
aira I- all to New Vork and Nw Kngland.
Direct connections lor all Houllieru, Houthwaat
em and Wt.tern rxilnt., either br war otCUrln
natl. Indlanapoll. or Ht. lxiula. Faat Time, New
Equipment, and running through the most pop.
lar part of the oountrn poawailnf er.rr appll
ance lor apeel and ooufort known to be aerrloo
able. The lleat ltoad-IM aud the Haleat Koad Ii
the Wwt. Tloketa bj thla pwpular ronu tor aale
at all regular ticket otBora.
a, J, UMITIi, Oenetal Faaaenerer Ajenl.
C C. C. & I. KAILWAV.
Trilni Utft 0(l. Ztrt,
Nlklit Kiprcsa 11:41am
MDrini., Doe. 4 11. Aocom 7:iVi a ra
. Y. A Hmelou Kipreaa 'U.niam
(JlDdiiKHtl A H. Y.Vimi Line .. i n m
UleveilHU 1 mwI t.lne. :&p in
Mldnlght Kxprew) 3.9'i a m
C'lliclniintl nnd Ht Umlt I.lm S:IUam
DprlDKQeld A (,'lncliirjntl Kxpictu,. (Cirmin
ClDClunatl Flint I.lue . 12.'i p m
Houlheni KipriM J.4' um
llaylun, A flu. Ex G.iH p m
MprM. 4 1,'ln. Acooin, Huiiday only. 7:cu m
Uartou, gprlnglleld and Dot. Accoui... .. 7.10 p la
TriUi Arilrt fna Stita.
Mldutiflil EiprtwiH 12-3 am
Harton, repx. and Del. Arcom 7:50a iu
N. Y, . iKwlein Kinrenn u,6u m
Ulu. ABprlumiolel l.xpreiN ll:Sjn in
Clevelu ud Kiwt LI ue. ., ;i ,6 r. m
HprlriKflelil Areotn. nivuprn
Cln. Jt N. Y. Fast Llne 40 p m
Bi'M. 4 On. Accom., Hunday only. 4.20 p m
Tnln Anlft froa list.
Night Kxpresn 2:2.iam
tint! and Ht Louis Liru '5,io a in
Cluolunatl Fast Line . 12:25 pra
sotithorn K,xpresn .. . b li p in
ColumbuK, Uolnwnre.t LnyloiiAo, 7:10 p m
rtieso tnilua 4ie tbo only onew running on
Trnlu lenvliiK at tl.SO a. m. niM through
Ieeplng car to Uoston anil New YorK with
The trulu leaving at 8:8o liaa parlor carlo
Cleveland, connecting with the through
aleeper to New York nr.il Ito.tou.
Inilu inavlng fiprlngfleld at 11.10 pmbai
eleeper to .New Yoik without change.
Afl tralun run uy Central bt-iudard Time
which Is 23 minutes slower than uprlngtleld time,
(IkO. II, ICMIiniT,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Depot,
I. B.lfc -W.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THROUGIf MSSEfiCEB MS 3
w I"ail j , each way, w
Elegant New Stylo
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Klogant Mexlorn Coaches on l)ay iraina.
Stool Kails, Miller riatloniiHand
Couiilurs, Air Jlrakcn anil all
Shorttiiit mi.l Mont llenlrnble Kuntc Be-
twoen Hie t.unlitml West. Tltroufh
llrketa nnel llBtKieije Checka
tei nil 1'rliiclpnl relnte.
I'artlcular ailTautura ottered to Western Eml
uranu. Laud and lounat IickcU to all polat
reacheel by any line.
l'asscngi-r trains lea re tprlne;tield,0., from Unloa
Depot as (iilloers,
(ioinaRut, 0 03 a. m,, V.fS a. si 5:23 p. m.
(Joins U'est,2::0n. ui 11.35 a. in.,S:80p, ia.
Uofn North, 2.3. a. in., 1000 a. in., 6:2e)p. iu.
eiolnjt South, o. b. ii. It,, 10:30 a. m., 5:3a n. u.
Irom hast, 2 03 a. m,,& 10 a. m 11:13 a. ui . 6:C0
from Vmt,2 10 t, in., t 15 a. in., 0 30 n. m.
From Niertli, I 'ej a. in., y co p. m., 1:5.", a. nt.
From South y 60 a. in., to p. m.
O. I.', llriiilersoii, II. . llrohDon,
leu'l.Msnaiter. Ileii'llierel AaU
1). II. KOUHi:, .iceint, t-iirlnnrleld.O.
eihlei Soeilperit Ulelsletn.
Trains Arrln' Irom Jackson and.Vi'atrilnglo,! L. Ii
tjprliiijt'ld K, U.
No. 1 (oireiifJuniliy) .. T:15p. rn. 4:30 p. m
No. J(iiceiilBiiiiJaj) loslo a. in. U:M)a. aa
Tnlai Uepirt lor Jatkson tnet WnMngtoB C H
b rlnxI'M It. .
No. 2 (oxcept bunday) 11 :I5 a. m. 10-30 a. in.
No. 4 (except tiundav) 5:S5 p. u. fi.86 p. a
N. Y. V. & O. JCAILWAY.
Trtlni luve :; tut
No. 2 actora m. dally, eirept Sunday 4 SO p.in ,
No.4,N, Y. Limited dally lOSUa. u.
No, 8, New York hipress dally 9 31 p. tu.
Train Lmvc Eo!ng Wait
No. 1, Cln. Kxpreea dally 11:00 a. m,
No. 5, St. L. Limited Lipress daily.. 9:29p.m.
No. 4 leaving hero at 10:9 a. m. arrives In New
York Ihe neal morning- at 11:00 a. m. Si lioura
tliroueli to jNow York ultliuut clinnge of
For tickets to all points North, E-oulli, East and
West and further Information, catl on
J. D. riiLLriKK, Agent; othu In it. James Hotel,
Free hacks from city to deiot tor all passeufera
g olnu east 10 mile's or beyond. Leave order lor
hack at ticket otUco one Lour before departure of
PA HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C Si St. L. Railway.
I,. M. Dhlslon Siirliigllulil Branch
iO. i. i vto. o.
Lv. Y. j.r'ge
tio. 9, Licite. n K rew, leaves prtngfteld 8.40
a. m , Yellow .-prliiKs 9 01 a, in, Arrive Xenla
930 a. iu. l (Tolumlins 11.10 a. in.
so. o. onxroTeTTT7oT2r
Arriving. Futern local ' liar CVjl'bua
t-xprcss hipress. L'ipress Uipreas.
l.v. lxiulsv'If i '0.iiii ''i.i'nin ""ifOpin
l.v. Cln- 7 iai!i 2.30pm 7.15pm
l.v. t olumb's ICo ami 3.S0iin 12.Sfipra
l.r. Dayton ' l"am 4.15pm trVSOpm jt 80pm
Lv, Xenla.. j.iSani S.IOpm l0.Oopni 2.4opm
Ar. Y. bir'gs 9 .SS.nu r,jruu 10.31pm 3.0eiim
Ar. Sp'ni'ld. 10.20am C.SOpiu ICoSpm 8.30pm
No. 10. Jieal Accommodation, leaves Xonls lean
a.m. Arrive Yellow tiprlniis 0.13 a ui.i Sorina
Held 7.00 a. m. '
Pally. tlHy except Sunday.
Tra4n No. 1 makes immediate connections at
Xenla lor Washington ti 11., Chllllcotlie, Cincin
nati and Columbus. No. V Is the Fast Eastern
F.iprcss, making immediate connections at Xenla
for l'lttainirg, llarrlsburg, Washington, Italtlmore,
l'hlladelplila. New ork, lloslon, all Lastern and
New bngland points. Also through car service for
Cleveland. No. 11 makes dlect con
nectlons at Xenla lor Cincinnati, Louie
Tllleand iMilnts r-outh; through trains (or Itlch
inond, Indlanaiolls, Ht. Iuls and joluta West.
No. 6 Is the famous l.linlled Kxpress and makea
direct connections at Xenla lor Columbus, Fllls
burg, llarrlshurg, llaltlmore, Washington, l'hila
delpliln. New lork. lloston, all Kastern aud New
Knglaud points, also liuuiediato connection for
Cleveland, llullalo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
Syracuse, N, Y. No. 7, Fast Line, Western and
Southern hxpress, making imuiedlateeoniiuctlon.
at Xenla for Cluclnnatl, Louisville, Chattfinooza
Nashville, Memphis, and New Orleans, and
lor llichmond, Chicago, and point
In the North aud Northwest; Indianapolis, Ht.
Louis, Kansas City and wlnts In the West and
Southwest, All trains run on Central time,
which ts23 minutes slower than city time. Tick
ets aold and baggage checked to all polnta In the
United Slates, and reliable Information, can 1st
obtained at the office, ol the Com
pany's Agent, this cllj. Particular la
formation as to time af train conna.
lions, rates, etc.. cheerfully furnished.
Call on J. id. 1IINLS, City Ticket Annt,
JAH. McCUEA, Manager.
K. A. Foed, Ueneral l'aaaenger Atuls
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