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August 1 Ins-i.
Ily urilii n( llie Hoard of Dlrtelors of The
hi-iilv.UKi 11 l'l m isniNi 1 1 m
l(ilr KISShH l'lialilcllt
nidi I. IIKOWN fin lar
Two dinrnieful nJ tosll; riotn under
HoHill; are tnuuzh.
Allen 0 Mers ami Mike Jluilen are e
iiocteil to pull Iloailly through.
It is not the, cue iirunibp that a pnstoflue
ij wanted in a city impl es an ornament.
As urtumjtances, poll irilly, now stand in
Ohio, a vote for Leonard is a tote to retain
the demoTatic arty in power.
The liens of the duns do not indicate any
disturbing tati'e to binder 11 gradual resump
tion ol allbusints 1 unrests throughout tin
country, eutpt the blunders ot a democratic
Allen (J Mi us i' 1.0 li ir, beiause lie. has a
certilicate to that illttt He wrote the cer
tilicnte ami signed it liimself, nud this was
the easii-Ht way tor Allen O. to gel Ins cer
tificate. l)r I. onard says that he prelers to say
nothing lurther 11 a rtgirds llie alt-drinking
atorr, Uiaufe it would injure his prrty. The
iiuestion arHs nt once as to how the truth
can injure n ereat moral party
It is to he h iptd tbHt (he uptfial roimuif
ioner to Ve sent here to view the location for
the postolhce will not be sell cted from a blind
asylum, neither should he come from n deaf
and dumb sanitarium, or Irorn a borne, lor the
Ibe alarming 11 crease of email pox in
Canada necessitates imrae.lia'e action by our
government to prevent its sprend over the
border. This will probably gain President
Clevelinds attention when the trouting sea
on is over.
The lact becomes n.ore and more evident
tbnt the laity ot the great Metbodnt Church
are u Ihinkicg people, capable of forming
opinions on iutstiona ot puplic interest, and
they cannot be inttucnevd by a popular min
ister to lend their vote to continue, the demo
cratic party in power by toting wilh the par
Mike Mullen should be sent out by the
democrats to win the colored vote. He knows
bow it can be done tlfectively There is no
penitentiary in Ohio lor a democrat who, by
virtue ot bis power as a lieutenant ot police
in Cincinnati confined over one hundred col
ored mm in a dungeon, and prevented tbcm
lrom voting on election day.
We mult protest afrains the Hon, Mr
Leonard using the sacred order of baptism as
an adverlisiug dodge to help on bis candi
dacy for the governorship. If he has en
tered the realms of politics let him for
decency sake refrain temporarily at least,
lrom public baptisms where ciowds gather
out of mere curiosity to see blm and bear
what he may say.
Was Hoadly's mourning fur Grant sincere,
when be publicly boasts that be so arranged
tbe State-house decorations, including a
motto, puriiosely to insult Foraker?
Koraker was a uuion soldier, he fought
through the war, while Hoadly played tbe
tar at home guard, and now publicly boaita
that be meant to use tbe habiliment) of
jnournlng for Foraker') dead commander to
St. John, In bis Springfield speech, cited
several of the southern slates a) far beyond
an of tbe northern states In prohibiting the
liquor tratbe. He neglected to stste, how.
ever, that whatever baa been done lu the
south or anywhere else lor prohibition has
bean accomplished without a third party. If
tU. John and bis follower) are really sincere
In trying to stay the hand of the destroyer
why do they not present the same mean) for
adoption to tbe eople of Ohio under which
tbe prohibitionists of other states have so sue
ceislully acledT It would be worth more
than $100 and eipenses to the real prohibi
tionist) II Hro. HI. John would buckle hi)
gigantio intellect down upon this proioiitlon
aod Nltle It aatiitactorily,
(loternor Hoadly publicly (ommindeil the
recent disgusting spectude In tbe Ohio legis
lature when hv public!) ap roved of A 1U 11
I he. Cnnii ilgii
The Ohio election this ytar will be one ot
unuiual interest, not alone on account of the
local irsues Involved, but it falls to Ohio to
Indicate what the tendency of public opinion
Is in one ot tbe great states ol the union
relative to the pit sent administration
This point will be, watched with interest
b) the whole country, and will be taken as
an expression of the public will, public satis
faction with or disapproval of the uatioual
democracy In this view of the 1a e it ptt-
sents an overiaiwering incentive to republi
cans to win iu tbe struggle, and win thiy
mint, or the hope of writing the
country from the democratic patt
will be dark and gleomy Indeed
The indications favorable to repibilcans are
ever) where most promlsiuc, but Ihese'lhlDgs
while they are encouraging In the highest
degreec must not tend to lead the arty to
imagine that the victor) is to be au easy one
The party if it wins will win onl) became
not alone that it deserves to win, that all
sigos are favorable to that end, but that the
party goes into the hght determined to use all
honorable nieins that it may win. There is
work to be done and it must be done thor
oughly, and it cannot be commenced tco
soon. All that money can do, all that
cbicamry on suggest, or fraud accomplish,
will confront tbe republicans of Ohio tb.s
fall. The enem is alwais alert, always
active, anl is now stroiirlr intrenched
behind the powers given than by virtue cl
holding the state and national patronage in
their hands The repjblitans will, therefore,
more than ever nted to pull together with
more than their usual discipline and tourage
It should be remembered, though it is not
likely to be ljrgolten, that one ol the decep
tive tucks by which llondly w is elected was
on a tarit! dode, and it the wool growers of
Ohio are not now ready to resent that decep
tion they are not 'be peoile the) are gen
erally regarded as being.
On the prohibition ijueslion another bold
and otherwise remarkable ileciption of the
people is attempted b) the democrats It will
be notited that they did not dire to oppose
prohibition in tbe platform tLough urged
strongly to do so. Vei the liquor men were
appeased by the avowal b) the candidate that
be I) opposed to prohibition. This is meant
as a cunniog straldle ot the prohibition
quesiiuu and Is intended not to frighten the
republicans who ma) be induced to vote the
prohibition ticket, and at the same time the
whisky men are assured that their interests
are safe in tbe hinds of the democratic can
didate It is al o intended to allow demo
crats who may be have prohibition tenden
cies to apjiease their consciences with the
consolation that the plallorm does not de
nounce prohibition If the candidate does.
The work of the campaign fur the republi
cans is to educate tbe tieople with special
relerence to the issues involve I, place liefore
the public the bold but tligrant exceptions of
the democrats, and stand by the guns uulil
the last ba'lot is dropped into tbe box, and
the nclory is assured.
Anrtv iv;i yw.ss.
I lie l ill- Vloloi.
It is now rnmortd that Ktile) will be ap
pointed to the governorship of one ot the
territories. It is in his ttvor that the terri
tories can't kick, like a loreign power, against
an appointment that tbe) don'tlike Chic go
(living 4,ruvr a llet.
As the Ohio democrats are now hotly after
the state dlice, the president will experience
a decided relaxation in the pressure upon blm
at Washington. When the Uii-o man ceaes
to push for a government place, the man at
the wbltebouse has a comparatively easy time
ot it. Chicago Times.
The Wy It Looks 111 lloatnu.
No man can deny that the south has Im
proved. Narrow-minded bigo s and anlul
politicians may sneer aud talk about the old
piejudices and pro-slavery spirit being still
alive, but a glance at the commercial pros,
perity of tbat region Is enough tn yjve the
lie to their assertions Boston Globe.
Tim Hoot on tint either Leg Now,
The "oflenslre partisanship" b)pocrisy of
the administration was strikingly illustrated
iu the Ohio democratic convention, A num
ber cf treasury officials and oihergovernment
emrloyts were present as Hoadly delegate
As they accomplished the purpose of the a)
ministration, they are no indications that It
can be st pirated upon tbe question rf suffrage
or any issue related to the war New Vcrk
'I ha niui; Cliliktii,
In one respect the ladies have a parallel
Tbe spring chicken never tells it age. 1'urk
I.'gbtning struck a spring c1 icken last
week in market and bounced ctl. Sprin.' Is
tbe elastic season of the )ear. Cincinnati
"Why wasn't tbe spring chicken chosen as
Ihe einb'em of this country?" aksanix
change. It never would have done. This
country would look nlcrly wouldn't it, wJth
an emblem older than Itsell? Graphic.
An F.ast Saginaw rooster receaily batched
out a brod it chickens. Mrs. Uocsler was
probably off attending a hen convention to
send combs and feathers to tbe naked heathen
pullets, and so was tco busy to attend to her
own. St. Paul Herald.
An exchange asks "Why wasn't the
spring chicken cboten as the emblem of this
c unlry?' We cannot answer with any de
gree of exsctntss, but suppose tbe fathers of
the country were not familiar wilh antedi
luvian ornithology, I.oxbury Advocate,
Keeping the Files .mhi-.
"What's tbat for'" asked a Pitlsbprg
Chronicle reporter ol a waiter in a Smi bfield
The waiter had a lug of table salt In his
band and was sprinkling the content) behind
tbe counter aod on the floor where the crumb)
"It I) to keep the file) away," replied tbe
Tow doe) It doll?"
' Can't say, sah; ask the manager."
"We find," said the manager, "that by
sprinkling salt where there are broken vic
tuals, dirty plates and other thing) which at
tract Hies we can keep these pests away. It
fills the air with saline particles and we have
no trouble at all. You can see that this Is so
bv looking here,"
Scraps ot bread, melon rind) and broken
meat) and tilcien of platen were In baskets and
shelve) behind the counter, but there was not
a dozen tile) In sight.
In Garfield tountr, Uo.orado. there are 7JT
)ingle mtu aud only silly-eight unmarried
Mliisl miisimI tt?
Mylnl) llpi but vciter nljilit
Werellki twin rosiliuds I1I119I1I114 brlizlit
Willi rowsnf pesrls b'tueen iheiu RleiiiiiiiiK,
Vin w hat a fiutiiti ' c.111 I I illeauiltiit
I Ills umrn the enrls have clisnired llitirhtia
lu lilaek tins rosr li s art blue
-t lud a aliasl hat slid ten woe
Or frliihi has changed my lady so4
sh, 11 iw I know, tit more I sigh,
My love's b en 1 atlng I itit berry pie
-llostoi! ( curler
,ialiit..t mvii iir'T itKnr
Hill N)e UrlKti's lluvs tli Used In Hull l
S'iiier III is Srollllel Town.
Tlio isiouslti l'ress ngsucialon held Its
tweiit)-tighlb anmiiil meeting at While
vviilir Tuiinlny. The address was delivi retl
b) Hill .S)c, In which be said
"My first exjienence In journalism was in
a western town in whidi I was a total
strnngir 1 went there with iri tents, but I
had It concealed In the lining ot my clothes,
so Hint 110 one would have suspecttd it It
they met me I bad no friends, and I nu
tlet d that when 1 got olT the train the ban I
was not there to meet me. I got a chance to
work ou a morning paper. It ued
to go to press befoie dark, so I always ha I
my evminga to ni)self stid 1 always liked
that part of it. 1 wotked on that paper a
vear, anl might hvc continued II the prc-
prietors hnd not changed it to an evening j
paper. 1 hen a cojiany iucorporated Itsell
and startt d a taper ol which 1 took charge
The ps.per was ptibliOied in the loft ol 11
liver) -stable. 1 lull is the reason they called
It a stock tt tnpany 011 0 uld tome up the
stairs into the oftue nrvou could twist the
tail ol the iron gray mule and take the
"It wasn't much of a paa?r but It cot
$1U 000 a )ear to run It, and it come out six
dajs in the week no muter what the wtather
was. We took the Asscciated press news b)
telgraph part of the time and part ot the
time relied on a cop) ot the Cheyenne morn
ing papers which we got rf the conductor 011
the early freight. We got a great many spe
cial tebgrams from Washington in Ihut way,
and when the Inight train got In late I ha 1
to gut is at what corgress was doing and fix
up a column of telegraph the best I oiilJ.
There was a rival evening paper there, aud
sometimes it would send a smart boy down to
the tram and get hold ot our sitcial tele
grams, and sometmts the conductor would
go away on a picnic and lake our Cheyenne
piper with him
'Sometimes the In Hans would send us In
as lUm It was mo-l generally in the obitu
ary line. With tbe Sioux on tlie north and
the peatelul Ties on the south, we were pret
t) sure of some kind ol news during the
summer. The parks U9ed to be otcupied by
while men vvinKrs and Indians summers
Summer was really the pleassuttst time to go
into lh pirks, but the In lians ha 1 Ikcu in
the habit ol going tl ere at that season, and
Ihey were so clauisb that a white man
totiliiirt have much tun with them, so tlie)
dm ltd that the) would not go there tn the
summer Several of our best sub;cribers
were killed by the peactlul I'les.
We Iml a rising toung horelhief in W)
timing in those diva who got into jail by
some freak of justice and 11 was so odd for a
horntthifl to gel into jell tlifi' I alluded to it
editorially. The horse'hicf lad distinguished
himself lrom the common, vulgar buret
linen 3 of Ins tune by wearing a lsrge mouth,
11 kind ot lull dress, eight-da) mouth He
ver) rartly smiled but whin he did, he
had to hold tlie ton ot his head on wilh
both bands I rememlier that I spoke ot
this in llie pspir, forgetting that he might
criticise me when he gut out of jail. When
he did get out a.ain, lie stated that be would
tbcol me on sight, but triends advised me
not to have his blool 011 my hands, an 1 1
took their advice, so 1 haven't tiad a parllc e
ot Ins blood on either of lny hands. For two
or Ihne 111 inlhs I didn't knjw but he would
drop into the olbte any minute and criticise
me, but one dav a Iriend told me that he bad
been Inned in Mon ana Then I began to
mingle in society and didn't have to get in
111) toal wuh a double-barrel shotgun any
indie Alter that 1 was always cmservative
in relation to hor t-'lueves until we got tlie
report of the rigilante coinmltttc."
lie Witn liiilntiN lu Hen Ihe Clerk tt Im
I lull Itlplila Nes
The druggist knew a thing or two about
business, so he put a sign in the window in
laige German letters, ' German spoken here, '
and Ihe very lirst hour it wns up in walked a
ptifin g, perspiring Teuton.
"lib will s tv hen dtr mon vot fprecken
The head clerk tlo-ed one eye to the as-is.
tant, the proprietor gnnued, and the hoy pur
loined a dozen marshiualljw droS as be an
swered 'The German tleik Ins just gone
out to d liner wnb the rrench, Spanish,
Chinese and Turkish clerks Anything I can
do for )ou?
"Vot time he kornmenback mil dot dinner,
"He won't lie back for an hour. Anything
I tan do for )ou?"
"Icb will si) hen der mon votspneken
Sherman lib varten."
He walled an hour and a half.
"Dot mim votsprtckeiiShcrmun bully goot
ealtr, ain't It?'
The assistant then told him that the Ger
man clerk had sent worl that his aunt was
sitk and that he wouldn't lie bsck before A
o'clock. At 4 o'clock the German returned
"Ich Till sayhen dot mon vot sprecken
Then the proprietor asked him if it was any
"Vot is dot7 Dot not imbordenl'"
Ihe projnelor, chief dirk and asauiant
tried 10 explain, and a man whoiameinfor
a seinlhz powder chipped In, velllngatthe
top ol his volte, and a little girl tor rhubirb
said she knew a man down the street llmt
ce ul i speak Girrnan, but the Teutou only
shock his h ad ' Ich Till eayhrn dot mon
vot spreiktii Sherman '
They then told him that the German clerk
would nut be bai k before o'clock at niht.
At W ociock there was a lurious ring at
the bell The proprietor lell don .lairs,
aad tbe heal clerk kickel overuu arnica bjt
tle on his way tbruugh ihe store, both reached
the door at ihe same time.
"Ich 1 HI sayhen der men vot srrccken
Then the proprietor eeued an Iron pestle,
grabbed the Teuton by tbe throat and
"Vou double-dye I, internal 'ich vlllsayher,
tell me what you want, or by the holy smoke
I'll b-aln you."
"Ich vill hobben der mon vot sprecken
Sherman to rite a hostel card to mine bruddtr
vot vis in Milwaukee.
Then Ibey lell upon him and smote him
full sore The next day they took In the
sign. And the clock in the village boomed 1
Mhy' niuil Ootruged,
Ithtzbeen the rool uv my life never to
question the dolns uv the dispenser uv pat
ronage, but my outraged soul must cry out at
this, or bust. Wuz it to hev a President go
to the Adnondax atore signln my cornisbn
that I rallied the deinokrlsy uv Injeany, voiin
there twitt myself and conlribbitm uv my
sltnder menu to a tund lur trai.iiioriin Ken.
tin kUna Into that state? W11 it lur this that
I brtMinied the groseritx and seen to the illi
tribushen uv likker in Sulhern lijeany ami
Ohio? Wuz it lur this that lur lorty loDg
years, in season acd out uv season, I fact la
bored lor illuincrlsv I Wuz it fur this tbat I
crossed Lake Krie in an open laoat to avoid
ervin iu the fedrel arm, and Hlierwurd per
mlttel my.e.l to be ctralted in the ton
fedrssy? Kt I her no voice In Ihe administration,
my stiirrlug and sacrifices her each a torgue.
Anl yet Ihe president a dimocrallc president
goes to the Adirondax, and leurt) my pe
Wood that we bed rerersed the tlkkit aod
made Hendrii president and Cleveland vice.
It is claimed lor the Souih Church In Pea.
body, Mar) , tbat it lias not been do., d for a
ncatlon since 1713,
Major Iln IVrley I'ooro has nearly com.
pitied his life ol Grant.
Two I'hilarfclphiajndic' tnlltd the bell of h
church in that c it T lor over an hour dining
the obsequies of General Grant.
A bathing house clerk says that tbe onlv
things which no ladv evir enmes back to
claim alter she has lelt them behind, are lalsc
The Kmprtss of Austria has tillered a pr re
ol f 1,000 tor the best portable hospital or
sltk.room tept for use In war or during epl
Last week fourlitn pair of twins were born
iu New 11rk Hill this must not be taken
lu imply that one lumber bad twent) -eight
Kip Van Tilden rises to remark that he
thluks Mr. IU) anl "has not proved to la' 11
tonspicuously brilliant stuetar) ol state. ' A
shrewd tejlow is liip.
Mitterwori7cr is the lu 1 name of n good
German nctcr who is coming tu this tountr)
before long. He is expected to tome mitttr
wonzerfull) fine company.
Ihe sapphlns worn bv Mrs. Mackay at the
last Marlborough house ball, are paid to have
tcllpsid anything ol the kind everbtfure
seen In l.ngland. They completely tellpstd
Tbe marriaae of Knma Nevada Miss
Wix-vm to Dr. Palmer is tn tae place O -tober
1 in Paris. How be courttd her Is nc t
slated, but It will Ik remembind that "hand
to hand is hoi) Palmer's kiss."
The St. I.ouis lilr opens October ', on the
succeeding evmlng tlie lamous veiled pn
pbcU parade will take plate The veiitil
prophets we suppose are the sums devoted to
their own use by bank cashiers of the tit)
The empress of Austria has J2I pairs of
walking shoes, which cost her $0 per pair
Siuce the empress is one ol tbe btst tquesir -ennes
living, and spends most ol her time on
hof-eliatk, it 19 hard to see what she WBnls
walking shtis lor.
Captain S II. llurk, wbn succeded Major
Burke as director ol the Niw Orleans exposi
tion, will resign the position September 1, to
a'sume the more pltaslng duties ot the .Sen
Orleans rsjstmaslership, to which he bin bicn
Mrs. Grant hm decided to remain a guest
of JostpK W. Prcxel, at Mt McGrtgor, until
Octcber 1. W hat she shall do alter ihet has
not been determined upon, further than that
she will reLt or dispose ot the huu.e in S xt)
six h stru.t, -New iork, and take it smaller
Crop I'rospi 1 1 iinil "1'olnl r."
Wc printed )esterday some opinions re
garding the business outlook, all of w huh
were ol the most lavorable charailer. At -other
encouraging lact in tonnttlion with
t'lis subject is ruppliid b) the Augu.l reort
ot Ihe agricultural Imnnii, vvh c 1 justilits a
general tteling ot rejoicing at the assiirnnte
it gives ot most ample crors The cottt 11
crop, which has passed the teriod of probible
danger, will lie among Ihe largest tvtr
grown. Its average condition is no luitir
than in some othir years, but tbtre is an in-tr-asid
acreage, and this gieut southern
8Imi.1i, though erhips no Ion. it
'king," will In? a source of largely
augmented wealth to that section ot llu
countr). Corn also promises to be an un
equaled crop, the ciiecteil yield er acre be
ing twenty-s x tu twenty-seven bushels at
least. The yield of oats will be 111 it -ess ol
that of last year, while there will be tull
crops of potatoes and tobacco. HegHriliug
wheat the outlook Is not muteriill) clmngid
since the July report. Injury to llu tr p
has been sustained In some localitits notably
in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but the loss in
thise states is estimated lo be not over live
and ten per cent. rescctivcly, while iu Iowa
and Dakota it will not ixteed tour and une
per cent, respectively. The e-timate ol the
bureau is that the tit Id ia like!) to It
only about six million bushels below the
expectations of the July report, and
t'ml tbe total will be about 157,000,
000 bushels If this is rtalueil there
need be no npprehended scarcity lor the ntxt
year, or that brtad wllladvinte in price
This shomg Is somewhat belter than that
made by the commercial Lodies, but the fa
cilities of the bureau or obtaining informa
tion are just as complete and quite as trust
worthy as those of commercial bolus, and
therefore as fully entitled to confidence. With
this promise ot abundant crops, representing
an addition cl hundreds ot millions to the
wealth of the country, It would seem that ap
piehensions regarding the future business ol
the country might very properly be du
tnisstd The cycle of depression, which be
gan nearly lour years ago, it may reasonably
tie assumed has about reached the point ol
culmination, and there is good ground for
expecting that tbe coming lall wll wituc'S
the beginning of an eraot beslthy prosperity
Farmer .Hiie' riiilo.upliy.
What a man gel) for nothing he isvir) npt
to value at just about what it cost him.
Politeness never makes any blunders; it
often gets snubbed, but never gets beat
A repu'atiou1 forhaprin'ss wants as much
looking alter as a reputation tor bounty.
Medicine has cost the world more than
bread, and has killed more than It has cured.
He who has nothing to do iu this world but
amuse himself, has the hardest job on hand I
I never knew a man that lived upon hope
but tbat spent bis old ugu at Bomebody else's
An idler is twice a thief, he not ouly steals
his own time, but hangs around aud Ints lo
I never knew a man to brag of his money
or his pedlgreo wbo has anvilnug else worth
When you strike oil stop boring, many a
man has buied clean through and let ihe oil
run out at tne bottom.
1 lUttery r
you come across a man that neither
nor aim e will stimulate. lei Inm
alone, he bos gone to seed.
There are two kinds ot men I do not want
to meet wbeu I am In a hurry, meu that 1
owe and meu that want to owe me.
Those who are too proud to inquire what
a thing cost when they buy it, are the lirst
to find fault when the) come to pa) Ijr it.
A not occured at a workingmen's picnic, at
Indianapolis, hunday. in which I. II Van
maler bad bis skull crushed, James Owens
bad a jaw broken, .Silas Kiglen was shot in
Ihe groin, and a looker-on riceived a bull in
Kltsi Unlit Olisrrviitlon..
It is petty gener.Ily ucknowled now that
the rumor that (ienerul Oeorge II MtC'.ellan
Is a man ol mettle rose lrom the fact that he
Is the owner ot some copr miuts lu Texas,
Lest it be suppos d tbat tbe sttady lljw of
democrats toward Waukesha Is caused by the
excellent quality of Waukesha water, it is
roper to say that Thornu) A, Hendricks is
the srecial tt raciion theie.
Kara Jones, the exborter, says that "lull
cannot rack out as much downright meanness
Ui the square inch as Cincinnati " We never
heard it eipiessed in those precise word) be
fore, but tbe idea is a chestnut.
Mr. Mos.8, having served tine term In Jail
and one term as g ivernor of H juth (Jaruliu i,
ought to be In position to know which is the
more desirable. There Is, therefore, special
significance in the fact that he has just la
come a candidate lor a second term in jail,
Dio Lewi) says that when he was praclic
Ing medicine In lluflalo during the mtmur.
al le cholera aeasju ot I'J and 'al he noticed
Uat there were live caies on the hady shin
of a street to one on Hi unny tide. Till)
information, added to the fact that a man u
leu likely to meet bU creditora on tbe sunny P
!.! ..I ik.. -. . ! ..... .. I
s. " ue aueci iu warm weatuer, ought to
be sutlident Indication to men wbere It I)
salest to walk.
It has been figured out tbat 6,400,000,000
iar.euKeri were carried uy we world s rail
I ways In mi.
LARGE LINE OF HEADY MADE SHIRTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
I tilt MI.S, 1IMMIIH ,NII ItOtS.
YOUR TRADE SOLICITED.
At till MAMI II tlirl MIT IT I IjR litstHiit (t lis mt I no
iv it 1 I on to I It ON Phtfr intokltiHsht ev 17 .hy
BK.ftii 1 rvtwri, tion Ut tbimiwtmtiswil bulM.njr ut
Vr Wr.iUni m. I tiHMltmlrt l.tirk of
imtki, Ar., It II m NO MM l-, mil
li th Mill Iron tnfdirlTmll.at in mil Itijlirloii.
It I illicit! h tluk lllnml. ltiliiuriit n On
nlnn, If mlnri pi tit 1 lli IHi Mhm
It tl sKfuvIt Iftckennr lTiJirulht''tti ratiMtlififul
K f rni1ticrtciintilntlun fthrrjivn lit ltrthnt
IMi O H Himclft, a loading l.Iijfician of
hptinirflHii O mjb
' lti-iAMi'd In ti Itittf!! In thoronctiljTKnrl niM.
rltip I'imi it tn ttijT prnrtlre nut) tin I Itmtctmn
pitpN nil oft. r ft-Tin "( in n In ttm VrtH. r-r I
rttiltitnif thnt-jct'ni Itmvsn'H Inn Hittrf
n-uwlly n )Msitift tmrffity It in all that itclainipsi
l r it "
(Piiiiin I' trill mark am) rnrmi pmI linwi nn
ratt'T Tiilii- im tiihf r. MailiM nljr by
Ill.nU ( III MM I 11 ,1tl I .MIIKI. MM.
IsAI-lta' Hasp Book not tnl anil attrarfk rnn
tnlniiitf lift f 1 iira I r r i Inf muntl n trt
Kino Mil ififfn ay liy all it ulsrn tn ni-licitjj, or
lualVd tu any tuidj fa tin rtnrU't rf 2c ftaoip
HOLp'RA is rapidly mov-
.mg westward and will soon
appear in this country. Id
order to prevent disastrous
effects from its ravages every
pievenlivc should be em
ployed, and the system
should he in perfect condi
tion. At this season of the
year the system is in a weak
state and easily susceptible
to dangerous disease. Pain
in the back, weariness, las
situde, headache, dyspepsia,
indigestion, kidney and liver
complaints are but the result
of neglect. During the last
visitation of cholera to this
country no medicine was
found equal to Mishlcr's
Herb Bitters, both as a pre
ventive and cure, and it has
been equally successful in
all the diseases above men
tioned. It renews and iu
vigoratcs the blood, restor
ing to health and strength,
and thus shielding the
system from disease.
r.V yoor dnisirl-t for Mis-mrit limn Ttirrvria.
It ImiliMwinnt In. pit flom t t.ke.nllliii treti. I ut
fin! r ihwLI mril In Mlslll rli llsili Jlll-Tsna
(Jo., fiji Rittini-n o M re I. I'lillmli U 'il
CANCER OF TONGUE !
A Case Bo:enbHng That of General Chant.
Some ten years ago I had a scrofulous sore on
my right hand wliith have me ureal trouble, and
mult r the ol Mime treatment was lie.lt I up anl
I.upiHiHil I waat. 1 found, hoatver, it had
ouly Uen driven Into llie .jsmiiby Iheuseof
liou.h ami mercury, and in Manh, las', It broke
out In my throat, and toiiitutrale in what some
of llie doctors ilenomliialel fabler I was listed
under trialment for this disease Home six or
evtuif the In at phynlclana lu llu touiitry had
me at illlltrent tlnit s under their i hars,e, auiting
llieiu three .s clallata In f is line, hut one after
another woul I exhaust their skill an I drop me,
lor 1 grew worse roiitliiually I he rancer bail
eaten Hi rough my cheek, ilislroytng tie palate
and under lip entirely and half m) tongue, eating
out 10 the top of my left cheek boLe and up to Ihe
left eve rroui a hearty rob lit woman of ISO
iHiiin Is, I was reduted to a mere frame of skin and
boni-s almost unable to turn myself In btd I
1 1. ul. I not eat any sol d foul, but subsisted on
Moulds and lur torgue was .u far irone I could not
talk il.o aniruWh jf mln 1 and the horrible sul
ferlngs of IkkIt which 1 eaierleuttul, can never
berertalHl lllven up by hy.lclans lo die, with
no hope of recovery on the. part of friends who
sat around uiv be, side, eiptitlng nery moment
loin inyla.1. In fact, my liusban I would pljio
his hand u.on me every now and then to we
whether I was alive or not, and at one lime all
detl let that life was extinct, anil my death was
rejiorte 1 all ovir ihe country
euth was my helpless anl urettlud condition
Hit Iirstollail October (16l), when my friends
coinuienieil giving me fwl'ta ."illlr In lesi
Ihaii a luoulh the eating plates l. ed and heal
lug coiuuiencei,ani the fearlul aierlure In hit
cheek has I etn tlovdaml tlrinl) knitted toKelher
A protessof anew under lip is progressing nuily,
and the tongue which i a. most ilestroye lisle
Ing retovered, and It siemi that nature is supi ly
ing a new tongue I csu talk ao lhal my friends
can rtadlly underslan I me, .ill tan eat solid food
again I am able lo walk wherever I please wilh
out the asslstaiitcof any one, and hsvegaliel
title iioiiuda In ile.li Alfllila under the liUulug
ol a merciful lliavenly father, la duetohwllt'.
Iitcllic 1 am a wonder and a marvel to all my
friends, hundreds o( whom have known my In
liiiaaiuflerliKi, and have vlalled me In my antic
tlou Yl hile am not entirely well, yet my grail
tu le Is none the less devout, and I am conii lent
Hut a rfect recovery is uow In sight If any
doubt these facia, I would refer lliem U I'on
John II 'I ray lor, rHale .-tnalur of this district,
who is my neighbor, Ilr 'I. M llra.lrield.ot l.a
Orangt, fia , or to any other Krin. living In the
southern part of Troupe touuty, Oa
.. MILS 11 All XU COM Kit,
Ladrange. Oa , May II, lns.
Nil. I by ajl drugglau.
'I realise on Skin and blood Dlieases mailed
lall on our physician, No 1B7 W, 2l Hb, N V.
(einsullalloii tree. Tlll.riVMfT HPLCif jeai..
Drawer.! Atlanta Oa.
111 flll.V liius.tr ..... i..
E. W.v I I a ..Hi n.
vnswNuu cusirsiT CO., Chlcsuio. lit.
Made to Order,
6 1-2 LB
.. !!. . V 'I ..! will funiUli Kl'NMn
(UHKlMim InftltV t.f 0M toiHmllnn Mnnt
until further iiotlr-, fort aalior ll rtjulral, nt.
It riu I ill t piiifterjr , ti ri0
Urtenmouiit , t ( im
.Huh CMlliollr (Vn fiery "" v r(l
(Iffinan Catholic ( eimtprj- ..w"" T (0
WE HaV EIGHT COACHES,
nd parties lll se money by calling on null
rut fur carriage
Xo Per Out. (ilten to llntlorlnkcrf.
OnlslJe of old ' nrporiillon Hue at
V7 I. High t, rout to Vrrnle
Popular Summer Resort !
I Hire tlvon the Main Line of the
I Npit Yi i k, l'tiiii. A. Ohio Itallroiiil, Mill-
mi) lli'tHi'i'ii eiiii' iinatl
I nml Xcyi ork.
lllilhest NavlMc llody ol Vlir on tlieronti
nenl Uov tiit Al.ote llu- (liiHii inilTU
leet Above Iilte trie, lllslsuco
CLIMATE PUHE HND INVI60RAT1NG !
1 lie I ako Is .'J miles lonn an 1 from one lo five
milts wine Ukewood, f nivalis, tlrlttltli'a I'olnl,
Ksiutu I'olnl Hay Mew, Haeuwo., Martha's
Mneyurl, Filrifnl and I'olnl Chautauqua are
anions llie d nrent resorts on the lake, pitron
Ireil by iiimuer vlallors There are irood hotels al
The Famous Chautauqua AssTnb'y
lias Its lieadiuartsrs it ( liautauipia l-alto and
ninTeueslnJiily.nl August of every year. One
of the lu ' . ular lesnils on the l.sko is
Here all p ssenuer trains ol the New Vork.lenn
)lvanl ami Oliin rallro il slop ilurliii! HieKf.son,
It Iwlnir llielliutHatniial.l.eMlloii,aii I llie ills
trlnutiiiK ilnl for the entire lake 1 li re are
two hotels at l.nkeiioo.1, loth lielng o' luiuienst
slie, capable of acconunoiUt na nee titin Ire I
Kiiestseach. Niiiiierous sleamtrs are tonstautly
plying the l-ske t ran. irliug visitors to all lolnbi
riiose In searrh of a feasant resort to e ml the
siiiiitiieruiontli.iauiiot liml n more tonveliient or
ileliirntlill plate Ihaii I. ale I haiitailo.ua.
Via New 1. nrV I'i nnsylvanla ami Ohio Railroad,
are on ssloal all local alitlons ami at nations of
connecting lines fiotu June 1st, kinnI for return tin
til, September kith. A K. II.Mtk',
(len'l 1'ass'gir Aicent.
C. I'AINi:. (Ien'l"up't
t I.I H.ANI. OHIO
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS
ItUf.WW, rt) All, I HINTS
Thoonly I.lne wllheletaul Ihroiigh car service
INTO NEW YORK CITY
THE ONLY LINE TO MM
ill. '1 hn i.l Iet? lug ( am.
FAST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
All I Irstt lass Tit kits lo lolLts Kst are c-iml via
And rickets of llkeclaas 'oSework can be ex
charged without additional cost, for a trip
Down the Hudson River
UKjuUueiioHtgU)tIie(.iiJtKtyr Ufore reachlnR
BEE LINE -WEST.
The only I Ine running solid trains lo the
THRCUCH SLEEPERS AND COACHES
TO ST. LOUIS.
Direct eonnettlons In I MON DH'IIM tor all
I'i Ints in the
West and the Pacific Coast.
flff 1 1 II r CflEITU I t" direct route toallpolnla
DLL LlilL uUUIIl. In the southern Wales.
Apply to any Ticket A aft.
U. B. SKINNER, A. i. SMITH,
i rathe Mansgir
fien'l I'a.s Vgl
FINE STEEL ENbRAVlNG
GENERAL U.S. GRANT.
Printed on Ileal) Plate Paper '.'Si'iti. -rre a f.
Iteiultby l'oslal Note or Kigl.lere.l ll.r lo
MILITARYAND NAVAL ACADEMY,
The Titos. Martin & Son Business College Go's
Queen City Commercial College
3lh and Walnut Hl C'lnelnoall, (I.,
alo Covlnai-n anj NeWpori, nr,
tfTers uneiualed an .i.l.r. u jouna Ijidl.aani
L' '""''' l" 'lualllj l".e.n.efvM for uu.ln.aa;
neud fur lllutlruud i uiaiogi.il,
TIIOsi. MARTIN, frcltleat.
I IU( t I a.ltt Cl
lnt jsjtKjoii k tu tt
IJ f t I I tk fIUI itttt
( if kI U. it jtt
llUt II Is4 tm tHlllsf
MUtUttis li Alt lot (tfl li 4
)ttioi titvijUiit cu liu
J C, UlNUm.A ,.,
fjlicw, ft Y
Sot II y Urugla.i
FHAJIK II. JOMI.mX, Agent.
vssiSkJv-YS-- oiki a
iu. leniiion io pay lail.ts lis Inalltullon Is
MiKeaihof wl.lcl, enlllleaal alet lo ll.arl free
ol Charge AM.lle.iit, rupie.tel lo for-".!
Sl.ll"""'." ' ."! .' '""f "r ' ' e-lil Will
H"l " K'lli. H. II. ItldinCM, he..
7W in i uavbV-
l0-r)M.Uttl Dot UU
Bl Wrltil; tiytt.
Maxims Illustrated !
A I INH r.NOHW I Ml,'! I sill imlill Nol I liy
stilistrlpllon only Ily inll, ."in -eison sistht
verywiiere Mist tlass ranvsss r .lilv of loth
seies lllllpertent l rofil t.ml tor ilisiiliilTe
clrculsr AiMreis lll.Mll.l II. It's.
Tlt4TI.ll, sM Smith HUlh.llreit, llliml.l) n,
Kimie Imiirs, H tn II A Ml
FOR SALE! A BARGAIN
FALL AND INTER loniING
Mm's Moulin , Icr ami 1 li 1 'nn
SUITS i OVERCOATS
Must he sold al mil i, for I mil.
MlVI ' 111 t II S ll II HII Itl l ""
I . l t I . III! . till -I , ( IM INN VI l,
SOYotuV experlcnco no Heating
and Vcntllatlni? KnRlnccrs.
ntu bv o
B2 & 64 River St., CLEVELAND, a
TROY, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
tend for Dcccriptlvo CntnlogusJ,
O. B. WILLIAMS,
Tl.o Most Delightful
Xftlooo Ptcompr. Low lUtMi.
Tour Tup por Week l(ctwcti
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Pvery Week Pay Between
Wrlto for our
"Picturesque Mackinac," Illustrated.
Contain, i'ull Particulars. Mailed i rti..
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co
C D. Whitcomb, oin Paea. Acv.,
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
OUlt UKANI) or
li tlie aafent aml.purep.1 (lartole'ie In (lift tnnrket.
Hi in brtxl t.iini lunger than coimiimsm Oavili 110
unil iUm-i nut emit an olleiiaivi oJor Vt,Tinht,U no
ituveN and all puriM'teH for til(li(.uM)lentiiiiitel,
the While Mar lraml Is the mon. r. Imhlo 11 im
WblleMitr t. anient! U not tili In )our Tlchilt.
eutl your or tier Uirtct to us fur a barret.
BROOKS OIL CO.,
55 EUCLID AVE., CLEVELAND, 0.
BROOKS OIL CO.'S
REAPERS AND MOWERS.
KUItl I'AKMI.U Mini 1.11 lit oc Cor
liss f ugliie till to use oil their na en an, I mowinl
during harvest. Tnls till la maiiulatliirul eailu.
lively by the Hrooka Oil t'o ,sk your dialer for
IlKOOKS Oil, fll.'s
" 'Oltl.lsS KNtll.Ni: m
pmi mi 1 n'l.Maii.iMi mimmi i.s-
UUIM.MCIMi itt li lle.iai.eli.tir I'.ily.
leliii.i lii.ilinl,., rr.i,.N. , Tin oldest. li
glue. rl. gsvlmol In uiellra .Sell liru t.ekni,
Vitteiulier It. the lUglsler for iS conlains a
llstof Iheuraduttt. for the past aiat) onuy.ars,
will, their isMltiona, alio course ofatuly, ro
iulreiuent., etinsts ele Address
ISA III M. 'sf I M'. I.irerl.ir.
ESTABLISHED IN IHiifJ.
War. II, (laanT, iliaiiM it. (I
WM. GRANT'S SCNS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
latard. Batoon and Hain.
A Clear Skin
js only .1 part of beauty;
but it is a part. Every lady
may have it ; at least, what
looks like it. Magnolia
Halm both freshens and
-o ifpl ps&i