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UKI'UIII.ICA STATU TICKKT.
JosSPlI B. FOHAKKH,
01 Hamilton County.
l.t.uteittint Uovernor l
KuBSRT P. KlNNSDY,
Of Logan County.
Iniirrtne Court luilfc',
Tiuodrus A. MlxiialL,
Ot Unas County.
Jinlirrme. Court Judice,
William T. Siar,
Of Trumbull Co.
Jotts C. Brows,
01 Jeflerson County.
Attorney General l
Jacob A. Kohlir,
01 Summit County.
llop.nl of I'ubllc Wnrksi
Wilis S. Joxis,
Of Pike County.
Common Plena ,Iuls;et
J08PH W. OWlALL,
Of Warren County.
Thomas J. Phijibli,
Of Clark County.
CLAKK COUNTV IIKIMIII.ICAJ TICKET.
Gico. 0. Rawlins.
rroaeciitloK Attorney l
WiLTIB L. WtAVIR.
Docolass W. Riwu.Noa.
jAMliS M. BlNNITT.
SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 10. 1885.
Young liutler MiiIioiip should Lo spanked
and put to hpif
Jloiidlv-'s nHme is not mentioned, even
between t lie lines, in Tliiiruiun's ipeeches.
Thurinnn's an 1 Durbin Ward's refrain
"II mi! We ueer mention him'" u
Greene county republicans who strayed
oil' niter the prohibitionist!) itru returning to
the true (old
It is what General Durbin Ward does
nut say, with great emphasis, about lload
ly, that counts.
Gen Durbin Ward admits that the
chances are against the election of a dem
Allen Thurjiun dots not praise Allen
0' Myers in his speeches. What's the mat
ter with thi- AUena?
The Joebobahebooui cry of the plug hat
boys seems to hae hit the Heltefontaiue
K.xnmitifr in a vital part.
i he democrats nre naturally very in
dignant because Halstead once abused
Grant. They had a patent on that sort of
In the liritish Medical Journal Dr.
Kothergill says that beef tea ia a stimulant
not a food, and adds that "it has no food
The Philadelphia Bulletin identifies
Thurman's red bandana as Sherman's
bloody shirt There should be an investi
gation at once
Henry Arthur Jones, the author of
"The Silver King," says ho had ruther eat
than write. I'lay-goers also prefer that be
should eat rather thnn write.
Now John Hustler McLean says that he
wouldn't accept the position of United
States senator in any circumstances. He
will not be called upon to do it.
The Hellefontaine Examiner addresses
"words" to "fair-minded republicans "
Such words, to have much eflect, should
come from a fair-minded democrat.
The democratic rooster is crowing vig
orously this week, In this it shows its
smartness, for it is morally sure that it will
not have a chance to crow next week.
Cardinal McClnskey's chief characteris
tics were bis freedom ftom bigotry and his
personal christian activity. He followed
his Masttr in "going about, doing good.''
The editor of the Cincinnati Knrjuirer
does not wish the republicans to win be
cuuse he does not "want to see empty
h tores to rent all along Vine street." ile
means whisky and beer saloons!
Tbe city of Gundalujura, Mexico, has
electric lights, street railways, telephone
service, l,u00 members of Protestant
churches, and 100,000 people, but no rail
way connection with the capital,
A rich American, from llultimore,
Winans by name, is lording it nt a fearful
rate in Scotland, lie has leased a tract of
l!uO,000 acres, for hunting purposes, and
drove otl a lot of excise oflicera from his
premises, the other day, because they
were disturbing his deer.
Col. Pat Donan Is reported to have aiiul
that "what Dakota wants la 10,000 swul
young wires " That has been a "long
fell nnl ' in I'lnh. Ami each polygnmist
wimtcil n ilneu it piece. However I tali
can safely spare a lew now and Dnkuin
should apply at orice.
'I ho republicans ol Ohio hao made ex
cellent nominations this year, n usual
This is emphatically true ill this senatorial
district and in Clark county. Mr Prinze
mill Mr I'nwlms will represent the people
very creditably and ablj in the legislature
Our county nominations are all very good
Republicans should vole earl and ote
a solid, unscratcheil republican ticket
Kvpreaident Hayes has been spending
a few days nt the Fifth avenue hotel. New
York A Ms.il and l'press reporter np
nroached him, in room -II, while Mr
Hayes was tnlking to Chief Justice Man
ning, of Louisiana Mr. Hayes opened
the conversation, promptly, and the (ol
lowing colloiiuy occurred
"You desire lo know something about the
Ptabody Kund meeting?" ajkei the ei-prtsi-dent.
"No, 1 wish to Interview you."
"I will not be Interviewed. 1 will not
speak about anything."
"How is "
"I reluse tu be interviewed. I bid you
The newspaper mau felt as if he had
been Chicagoed, and went to hunt up some
of the New York base-ball fellows that he
might receive some points as to coming
out strong in adterse circumstances.
OfM)era for senator.
Now that John I!. McLean, editor of the
Cincinnati KntUirer, the great, bad man
of the democratic party in Ohio, has sol
emnly declared that he wouldn't have a
seat in the 1'nited Slates senate, in any
circumstances, the bourbons, must, neces
sarily, fall back on their next worst man,
the Hon. Allen O'Myers. That he would
be tho fairest ri'prtscnlativB of the domi
nant, boodle and whisky and coal oil fac
tion of the democratic party in Ohio, no
body can deny, and should a democratic
legislature be chosen in Ohio, Allen Getleft
Ttiurinan and General Durbin Ward will
be relegated so far to the rear that they
will not be "called back" until some time
in the following decade. HutO'Mers mil
be right on the spot and is more likely to
be selected as the democratic candidate
than the littler and decenter men of the
I was attacked with iuti iminaiury rheuma
tism, sod after trying a doen different kinds
ot medicine, procured a bottle of Athlophoros.
I was entirely cured and have -aever had nj
thiDg like rheumatic pain since. A. Hat
ward, Burlington. Ia.
A IIOMtltii.K KXt.VUllOS.
A llniiKtti That Was Mitre Mckenln; Thnn
Ttiitt of llartuet.
"A Head Nearly Torn OB," was the start
ling headline to the account of a gillows
tragedy in one ot the papers yeaterdsv.
I've seen worse than that," said an i,ld Cali
fornia reporter as be glanced at the article.
"I've seeu at a hanging a murderer's bead
jerked completely off. It wal at Marltiiei,
Cab, in 1873. A little old fellow who, in
conjunction wilh his paramour, bad murdered
1 the woman's husband, was hinged a year af
ter bis crime. He had laid in Jail all that
time, had got very fat and soft,
and his weight was out of ail
proportion to his frame or muscular de
velopment. In prepaiing for the eie
cution the bungling abend bad arranged to
give his victim a drop of nine feet, when six
or seven is always thought ample. When the
fatal moment came and the trembling wretth
shot through the trap there was a 'dull thud,
then a snap of the roe, and a quick rebout.d
which showed there was no weight on it.
An expression ol horror was heard on every
side, tor the first thought was that the ron
hail broken. But it had not. The noose bad
cut the poor fellow's bead off as clean as
Iboueh dene with an ax. Tbe body fell lo
the ground and the head, inclosed in tbe black
cap, rolled twenty feet away like a cannon
ball. It was," continued the repurter, "the
most awful sight I ever witnessed, and though
up to that time I had attended more than a
score of executions, I resolved never to wit
uta another and I have kept my word.'
A Iteimarkalils, Kacnpe.
Mrs. Mary A. Dailey, of Tunkbannock, Pa ,
was alltlcted for six years with asthma and
bronchitis, during which time the best physi
cians could give no relief. Her lile was dt
spaired of, until in last October she procured
a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, wben
Immediate relief wsb felt, and by continuing
its use for a short time she was completelv
cured, gaining in Mesh fifty pounds in a few
free trial bottles of this certain cure of all
throat and lung diseases at Charles Ludlow's
drug store. Large bottles $1.
These Aral build Facta.
The best blood purifier and system regu
lator ever placed within Ibe reach of sutler
ing humanity, truly lsK.ectnc Hitlers. Inac
tivity of the liver, biliousness, jauudre, con
stipation, weak kidneys, or any disrate of the
urinary organs, or whoever requires an appe
tizer, tonic or mild stimulant, nil! always
find Klectric Uilterstbe best and only certain
cure known. They act surely and quickly,
every bottle guareiieed to give entire satis
faction or tuoney refunded. Sold at fi ty
cents a bottle by Charles Ludlow,
!uckln'a Arnlra Halve).
The best salve in the world for Outs
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruptions, and positively
enres Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25c. per box. For sale by
Til IN A "It Til A T,
Keep sweet your breath if maid or wife,
Or old or young, or large or small,
If you have any hopes in life,
If jou'bave any friends at all,
Keep sweet your breath and beed the warn
ing, lTe SU.ODON'T each night and moruing '
l.lkn Hie I'errillile Watled
from beds of Dowers is tbe breath that has
been rendered agreeably odorous with SOZO
DONT, which communicates to the teetb a
marble whiteness, and to the gums a roseate
tint. Use it, and beautify your mouth.
"SexLDtMu'a Glui!," useful In every house.
A Iteaindf for I.uug olseases.
Dr. Robert .Newton, late President of the
Eclectic College of the city of New Vork.snd
formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, used I)k Wu.
Hall's Balsam very extensively in his prac
tice, as many of his patients, now living, and
restored to health by the use ot this invalua.
ble medicine, can amply testily. He always
(aid that so good a remedy ought to be pre
scribed freely by every physician as a sorer
elgn remedy In all cases of lung diseases. It
cures Consumption, and has no equal for all
Coioner Carroll, at Cincinnati, found that
Dr. Cbsrlei K. Warner took Uudunum to si
HOLME 8l COUTTS'
Extra Soda Wafers,
Oaten Flakes Wafers,
Pure Maple Syrup,
Fresh Cut Flowers
K0 FOKCiTY TltAIIK,
DECEIVED EVERY MORNING AND EVENING.
It oio Hilda-, Smilux,et8.
We mike a special!) of FLOHM. WORK III
the I l K-iT I)K.-Ii,SS and appropriate deco
rations for all obCAaloui,
Waddings, Parties, Funerals, Etc.
mir Novelty department contains great bar
gains n the
J" Cent Counter.
Wc hive SEW HAM. (HK)IW at very low
prlc , epeelall ln.(i!iiss and Tinware.
SPiUHGFiELD SEED CO.,
LaifontU Hmifto ..look,
II A TK TO-iM r.
Of II ELL
Hirer Hundred Thousand Pounds of Dyna
mite Will lllnst the Immense, Hock, and
the l:iitrniice to ew York Harbor Will
lle llld of H Wo'l tlMiiuerotiK Obstruction.
II rimi Morning IMitlon 1
New Vokk, Oi t. 't.- Ibe great explosion of
nearly three hundred thousand pounds of
dynamite, which is expected to shiver
Klood Mock and clear Hell Oate channel is
set for tomorrow morning about eleven
o'clock. The work of clearing away the
machinery, buildings and other valuable
property was completed tonight, and
all that remains are tbe elevator tim
bers ot the main shaft and the little
tool shinty, which, baviog been cleaned out
and fitted with shelves, holds the cells ot tbe
great battery whitb will cause the explosion
The thirty-six wires running the detonaters
in the mine are hanging in a bunch, await
ing tbe time when Lieut. Doby will
connect them with the battery,
which will be the last work done on the
rock. Since early this morning two 1 8-inch
sphons have been runuing water into tbe
mine, and it is eipected that the whole will
b" t! rfed by o o'clock tomorrow morning.
It has been decided to locale the
land batierr and instrument on the
Old Astoria steamboat dock, 1,200
leet from the rock, and the wires to cotuplet
the circuit will be run across the channel to
morrow. Cordons of police will keep the
crowds at a respectful and sate distance, and
owners of buildings in the immediate neigh
borhood have been warned to stand from
under. Sleam launches from government
vessels will patrol the river and prevent vet
sels from passing.
The I.atoula Itaces.
Lstoma.Oci 'J. First race, 1 5-10 miles
Spalding won; Elsie II second; Koviere third;
Second race, j of a mile Porter Ash won;
I'ncle Djn second; Sir Joseph third; time
Third race. 1 J miles Kosciusko won; Pink
Cottage second, Grey Cloud third; time
Fourth race, 1 3-10 miles Jim Douglass
won; Malaria second; Doubt third; time
Fifth race, mile N'odway won; Cuban
Queen second; Little Fellow third; lime
11IK Vll.ll.l.Kr. K AVVKI'TKII.
Kli.if Wills mid siHssev Cobb to Trot I'oras
I'urse of One Thousand Dullars.
New YoKt, Ou. 9. Isidor Cohnfield has
accepied the challenge of John Murphy to
trot the stallion. King Wills, against any
trnllinif stallion in tbe world for $1,000 a
side, and names bis stallion, Maasey Cobb, to
take part in the race. Mr. Cobofeld has de-
posited with the Spirit of the Times $M0 as
forfeit, tbe event to take place before .No
vember t, lo come ol on a good day and
good track, and tbe winner to take tbe entire
A .Slyalerlolls Case.
Clin ai.o, (let. 'J. Vrslerday afternoon
when Conductor ll'gelow'a train was passing
Sterling on ibe Chicago K Northwestern
railway a csrpenttr saw the body of a child
about ten days old drop from Ibe moving
train- The larpenter picked up Ibe child, car
ried it lo Klmburat, sixteen miles from
Chicago, where it died last night. The con
ductor says he saw a woman on bis train
with a baby, and wben she trot off al Lom
bard she did not have tbecblld. The woman
cannot bs found, and ft is believed she wilful
ly tried to kill the child. Tbe little victim
was burled at Kim hurst today,
w York's altuual flanks.
lU-w Yom.Oct. 0 The iiuarterty state
ment ot tbe national banks ot tbe city of
New York for the quarter ending October 1,
compared with the statement for tbe preced
ing quarter, gives the following figures:
Total capital Oct. 1st, (Mo,3',0,000; increase,
$1,172,000; net profits, $31, B7!i,s0o;incresse,
$107,400. Total liabilities, 12'i,80J,!,00 j
decrease, tl '.174,400. Loans and discounts,
fi 17,723,100, Increase, till 093,200. United
Stales bonds on baud, l,'.'ii',,l0C.
A Coiupliiueutary Nolle.
Wasiiinutun, Oct, U, Charles Foster, o
Indiana, who was appointed consul general
to Calcutta, was a clerk In the office of tbe
state statistics of Indiana fur several years.
During tbe last campaign he was
chief editorial writer of tbe Indianapolis Tel
(g'apb, a leading (Jerman paper. He has
never been an aspirant for office, and bis ap
pointment was made in deference to the
wishes ol the German element of the demo,
cratic party In Indiana.
Key. Thomas Thomas, ol Kayettevllle,
Ark., is 114 years old.
TI ' 1 1 1 A Y E VKNINQ,
I no Al lis la Jraae .laillaa,
Dallas. Tea, Oct. 1. Jesse W. .tones'
the youthful rosd n.-ent who robbed the
Sail Angel') and llrownwood stage) running
to 1'iJra and who was atrestrd a coiiple
nt dsss ago, arrhed here lonlght trout
K,l I'aaci In i barge of 1'nlted Htates
others. Jones says Ibal he ran away to
Tr las and is only htieen years of age. lie
lead the adventures of Jese James and other
similar book', whlib so atlecled him that he
ran ana) from home and turned stage robber,
SMlls'i Warlike Altitude.
IUlipuai'B, Oi. ' The porte has asked
for an explanation from the Servian govern
ment ot the warlike attitude Servia has as
suraed in organizing her army and dispatch
ing troops to the troutier. An answer was
fl en today which was not considered ade.
filiate by the Turkish ambassador, and he has
pone to Nisia to demand an audience wilb
King Milan respecting the mailer.
III. tiller) Helled.
WiLKHRABiir, Pa., IM. U. In Allred,
SuiiUehanna county, ou Tuesday, tbe place
ol Stephen Tilfauy was raided by government
officers and a complete disllllery with 2,000
gallons of contraband spirits was discovered
and selied. Tillanv was arrested.
New urk Muiiry Marki.
SdW YnKKtOct. M.
Money uncilli'ij nt ln-Jer cent.
.'rliiie iiiefiititllc paper Ja-n.
Fori'ltfti ,( liinnu Jlftst1 In 0 days;
51 VA4 for lniit time.
(imprninrii lunula dull nml tstcaly, but 4
Mrttc tioitila were nctlc Mid rtttherlower ntid
I'.nlivMiy Umd mttrkf t contlnupK very ACtne.
I) y (In d riif market li without chanice
and trip dtMntUid And uiocmenl of miHierau
SramoriM h,t).,i)cl. in, ivo.
lorrectcd I'aily by the .1 11. Mewart Co,
Hliolcsalu uri'rer and t'omtnMloii
Men's Wholesale l'riie.
Ill nKIt Country, 7i cteainery.'ie.
liAKH -Country, 7e packers' leflned, 01,c.
FUJI-It-SI 7 . to . jwr baircl.
MKA'I.S Coutiti hauls, lOc, shoulders, t
bar on. v
l-oriTUY-l'hlekens, ;, spring, '2o.
I'l'MM- hi tine and fancy. SI .V) to 2 IT..
SWKKT POTATOM-Jerscys, per barrel,
C Villi UI.-lluiue ,rowu, 70o to SI (a) per
0H)i- Per tmtiel, 7.V to SI 00.
CKI.KltV-lVt bnneh, U III, J.', to 10a
OYiTI-.KS-SI JO per Kttllon.
1-KSMiKUKIl's-l.ell .t. Cliev, per bar.el,
S)liuV , per bushel "l-'n.
lorrecled dally In Hamilton ,1 HrooVs.
WIIKAT-Nsj, lic-i online to Uallt.
I) 1s Willie, i.
orrccted dally In I.'-uty's Sons
Katcnws, ito-PjC butchers' aleer. 4 to le,
uhliipitiii latile, 5 lo 'S" boh'", W7.' to SI oil,
iales, I1 , lu.V.
Green, No. 1 tc; nre"!!. No -J, c: cure!, Sn. 1,
c cured. No. 2, be: steers, No. 1, 7c. steers, No.
V, .; calf,1., kip, 7c.
Corrected dall li Slaik Sons.
Wt-hed, ninlilltil, !', washed, Hlie,'.'7 to o
washed, loir-e. -'- midlum. Is to 'Joe, tin
wsslied, tine, 17 to lv unwahed, coarse, lfi to
Cl.SCI.NNATI, Oct. .
KLOim-Mr-ni? and higher. latnlly, tl.'fla
4KV faucv, Sis-'w.') lu.
WllKAT Hlruiiitand blither; No i red, hBc.
COliS srarte, tlrtu nud hliiher No. '1 mixed
OATS "tronttT; No S mixed Sssjsle.
KYK-Iuko d demand, .No 2. W!,aMc.
I1AHI.EY trniuter, extra No., I, Ma Sic.
POUK-Unllat IS 71
LAIiD-'stroiw at Silt.!'..
BULK Mh.MS-iJulet, shoulders, Wtoat 2,
short rib t"i W 4
llAtoN-Jn fair demand and stronger;
shoulders, S.I7.rl H71-,, short ribs. MU'i. short
clear. Si. S7k .
WHISKY B.eai.ra.t Sid. Finished goods
KUI'IKIt Firmer! cnolec criamcry 22a21c,
HO'JS-IIrm, common apd llltbt, SlOTaltO;
pucklng and biitetieis, S-l ia4 tsj, recelpu,
1,7V. aliipmenti, K.2
EtidS in fair demand at IV,
CIlEh.Sc rlnn and unchaiii(ed.
CtllPAOO. Oct. 9.
KI.OI K-In woo I demand, with some deal
ers asking hmher pticis southern winter
wheat Hour Sls7aA'(i; Michigan, SI Mat tsi,
Wisconsin, SI ( a' M, soft aprtnt; wlHat,S-170a
4 0iMlnuentabakHiii, s . Vtalou; patents, j 'Jj.i
i V). low tirades SiOOn-iOi.
WIIKtT OpeiKilescl'silanil uuaettled, Jia
mC tilgher closid 'n hlglicr ttiau elerda;
October, slle, Novlnlsjr, isi.i'stk Ileremtier,
Wc. Stay, IKV.c No. prliiKo!t.nte. No 3
spring 7n7'rt No 2 rtdt'le So 3 red 7c.
COKi Mode atelv act is, firm and opened
strong; Jc hiuher; fell bai k, rie again aun
cliesed al '.a'c higher; cash. 4ljC; October,
fJ7;. Noe nber, tu'.t, ytar. IffVJc
OATs-t.uielaud modera elyrtrm, advancing
tv-, and closing a shade over )terd cash.
Jis- Oftober iif.aii'.e, November 2'i7.; May
KYK-Klrtn No 2, f-k
HAKLKY ljul.t; .So.?, hac.
KI.AXSKKI)- husler; No 1 St 17k
MKSS 1-OriK-tipened linn ntid Idc Iilgher,
receded, and closet et esterday' figures;
e.sh, Ss.'luiS lu, Nuembir $.1 .17'-. ib to, tear,
X.AHI) -Qnlet and ateadc. rash ti 10; Octo
ber StO.-iafii.V3 Noveiuber S-,'j74kiisi, Decem
ber iliiai U71 .
UUXKIisirAT '."adj. dri Balled aboul.
dcrs, l-l Aiaul 75, short rib aides 8-)f, short
c ear atds STfiiiaS"?
HUTTe ",-Dnlry I'ial7c.
AFTKKNOON HOAItD-WilEAT-Kasier; Ja
ew York t.ise block Market.
New York, Oct 9
11EKVKS Hecelpts, Mi carloii'tt forthe mar
ket, ) for exiiortuil n Mrdlum to nrlnie
uailte streer" and tidy Texas and olorado
catlle had quick sihsata fnrlher ndance ol
10 cents, poor and cotniuon and ratlve ateera
weje dull audclo-td weak, extremes for native
a'eers, SI .'ml I ; Colorado, SI Jh.'j 10, Texas
steera l i,nl ,0
rHKKT I'cciipls, C.Ttaj heail; market quiet
and easli r for sine , firmer f r rliolte iamlH.
The iena ''ere u'earud al slum .'A for sheen:
SI .Viaii So for lambs, ,-u ral sales al t-'t 2.ab U)
lor l-lubs, )( ,i ., for sheep
HOlJS-K.cIpts ,,s 0. Hull at SI ti slate
and western, SI "!"').
Chicago Live stock Market,
ClUCAtlo, Oct 9.
CTTI.V Receipts, s.imj; shipments 3.UO.
AcHe and unclianged shipping steers,
SI Haiti W atocneri and feeders, ti .VjiS 7'.
rows, bolls and blind SI 7a4 10 hioovh
Texan tattle, SSeOi VI furrows and i'i 75.l 10
lora-ieers, western rangers, natives and half
breeds, St lOal -.); cows, SJ uun.1 o: wintered
Teians, M'yuil no.
IlU(!H - lli-ctpt I9.IOI, shipments, lO.OUO;
opened V higher aud clod lower, rougfi
and uilnd, H I l(k'j, pui' king and shlpplug,
foi' .-, oi; I IK li I wi Iglll-, s-llsias 1U.
HIIKKI'-KeMlpts I.Mu, shipments, Alio, good
graslta atead), coiiirnou and lower nail era
SI K03 as, western, SI OOui 75, Texaus, SI 73a
2 75, lamb S)7li
New York Market.
Nkw Y'okk, Oct, .
Fl.OL'11 Htronger, supeitlne wisteln and
state.si ifHibls), common uicholre wtdtM whiat
wealera flour, J'nDiiii, fancy do J.", SOa'i fin,
LoiniiiontigusletruOhlo, 1 1 IOaS7'i, i-omiuoii
to choice extra ft bonis, It VM Ml, patent
Minnesota extra good to prime, II 7".iS fo.
W11KAT- lal',0 lilnk-r. tlo-liig weacex
norland mlllfi g d-inund light; No. 2 soring,
Sic, s-o .1 rid.lSiusieaiii r No 2 red,'.s;j No.
2rtd outjc-sioo In elevator SI OH, Uellvend,
No 1 while lw,o '
COKN-lligliai and rather quiet; No 3, Hie:
No. 2, S-'tJc; In elevator ttl'j", yelloiv.a.Ua
tii!tf. low mixed, 6
OATiJ-Opetieil firm and clowd weak, mixed
western, iM,a32c: while do, .KKatnc.
COKKKK-Kalr llln quiet and steady at SHS0.
Hl'liAK-t.ulet ami alout steady, refined
doll and easy atan.lai.l A.ctVtiic: confection
ers' A. 05,c. gratiulati'd.ll ll.liijlr,'c
MOi.Arrihrt-Q.uie- and noiiiinal.
Iti('r-Mteaiy and In (utr demand.
T I.I.O Wl)ull and easier al i &-ilc.
OMONrt-Kirm, fur Inqii ry.
rS'l'K-Iwi active, but steadily held; rntta
'TMKA'IW-Flrtii: sales nf pickled bellies
l.Aitil-FIrtn, western steam, SO :uat! 35, city
steam, So so '
BUTTI'lt-Flrin s.nd In fair demand; westt
CIlKrjjt-Flriu and ratln-r quiet
T ) I J J-.K IOIBBB.
forf COUGHS, CROUP
Tlio swell IOIU1 lis izslUctiil t "' tree nf the
ssnie iiiiini', urowlntr iilnn tli s null sir ism the
mlHt-rn tiite chiIhius h si imiiIhihik .spett.i
rnnl iirliuliilc that l w l" I'lil'-a I", ""'t:
llni i-jrlr iiioriilim mull an slmmlm s ihe lillil
In lliro- "IT tin false nun irn i n ' up ami
aliiHiplliu'iillKli Wliei 1 m i met aitlitlielie.il;
Inir inn, llHarlnisiiis piln. Ipli In Ho n ' In ilht
Clf fill- Hill lll'lils pre-, IS II. 'I 1M l -IlllliOlsH
lliiim or m 1 1 r lit m iii Mi i i li tlie fim-i
knosiiirenuslvfnrtoiiclis i Wlionpiiiii uali
unit Ciinsiiniillnnt nml " pnniliiMe HiivclilM Is
plesseil tolskell sW s mr itnu.is t ill 1 'rli e,
It.lv.aixtStl. Wntn-l- .TiiIih-i Slliinln.Slii.
TI.js flsU IHtifirT hie.l. tliait mil l.aa ralnriiail
It iiurjItiaHT fiftpr tVa-t-s w-ksi Hp, r If n t ton
IncTiry fiFn t,nl list rlif imti-o l m H-r M
lu n vwtltty of Btylt t lul r't'-" Is ' I y fli-t ' -.
Itnkr ttryhiii' Huh urn of Mortfiln-n tnuiut iu
otissi pnuln unlfMs It tin i1"p iiittii on the hoz
rMirco pno-FT rr v-Hssesofj-
CU'hIii 8 p 8 t li e
I ti II a in n t ion,
Her. l-i fhe Sores,
IUkIiii' -8 the
S0II8B Of Turds'
Si Sint'lL )iilck
AY-EEVER k l'o-itiTP euro.
KlftT cent! at iirt'tTRiBtti. til rcnti ..y null ref
Utered Hml for r re lit a r Simple by mall I0rt.
ELY lilVnHEU1 Iruf(sl((is-Kii, K V
T. J. THOMAS.
HEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Special care with lame horses, cults, trick horses,
hones that lnLerfre, and thH liarinsi pecullai
B. A J C llolloway will furnish FUNKHAL
OAHKlAd Inside of old o'iorHtlon limit,
until further notice for ('ash or its ejuifi.lent.
Kernel! fi reiu?tery. - I- &0
Oreenraount 2 U0
Irish Catholic Cemetery i f0
Uertuan Catholic Cemetrr 3 (0
WE HAV EIGHT COACHES,
And parties will save money by calling on us (31
rect for carriart.
No Per Cent. UUen to UinIortalerH.
Outside of old Corporutlun line at
B.&J.0. HOLLO WAY,
27 K. High St . net! to Ana's.
HANCE it CO.
The reat CohIi Teu Tor Cent.
Boots and Shoes.
HANCE & CO.'S.
14 Wctst Main Street.
Is attracting crowds of intelli-
lent buyers and worn ing the
ife out of some "Blov Hara"
shoo dealer as Droved by the
way they "kick" about it in
theirlocals and advertisements
in the newspapers.
10 per cent off regular prices
is not ''Blow," but is Busin. ss,
and meets the demands of the
HANCE & CO.
14 -XKr. HrljIKT.
E. T. EMERIQUE,
No. M West liltrlt Street.
Everything New and Clean.
All Kinds of Hmoki'd ami Fresh Meats
.ji ssrV ifa 1 m m
NEW FALL HATS,
The Latest Correct Styles, of
Men's Furnishings, complete
4 HYPES I 1
Dr. W. A. France, of New York.
The well known and sutcesstul steclallsl In
Chronic Diseases. Also Diseases of the Eye anil Ear,
Will make his nettvtslt to the 1 acomta lloiiss, PprlnnOolit. Ohio, Wednesday and Thursday, October
II snillMWO IIAYHONI.Y.TIieDuctorhaalxeniiiskli gperlodkat vialla loUhlofur seteral ears,lilch
la the tiest possible proof of his suoiess as a physician,
rllirrUHN VIHIT JSVUItY TIIIIITV DAYH.1S
Special attention to Female Diseases. Consultation and examination
'- sssssnassssHSMsVSHsHsrf'' ."
MIT. A. FRANCE OF NEIrV YORK.
IsiNlcliiii.HiirifL-iu nssrt Cissa.-cloi:lHt. sic iimUt-H Clirmilc ISIhc-iihcis
nml islHi-a-sc-t f the- IC
ls-.l)V In ulMiiti-llik-i'Ml i.l.s
ctiitiiui',! In itat tin- or nunilri'iin
illlsluiisiif the s.r(,.u. i,f Mlk-llie
ii.u.l., .inn. .,.,., lid ,liitrl in, mt lliilrllfi
...... ,..!.. .I I.... n...l ... u.rl. ...... III. Il.ul..r
I1l,a-.,'(ll,, ni..IIIHIHIIlr"ll'"1 .-..
fif tliM iImhii.C til. .." In hi"iltiit himI irt iifial
liiMniinrntsT fnr HnIIiiir tmt 1li-a-.nl tiiii'lllitmn
)i'lt of hli tiliif In tli prrtii(if tin - fcpei MMIPt
will ciMmlnp all who rail tipnn lilm nml t r It lnm if th(- Iihh tin (ircaiitrdir. a-se,w hire It Is located,
tliMnrjiiiii nr pirt uilidH, and tho prtin Ipul nipiinii- tin ipprn'it
Ami 'llil IVItlMMil AhUIiik 4tH-lliiit.
Hrad'iptMtiP ritnlnii plan, w lili li .) w nllar tn lln tart' lii"pllaU, ami t imt and neer has bttfi
tin- prm ili iiinuMit rniiinr dutlnM, tr lli ran ftil.j hii Hi" tiiptiinta of I In pttU'iit, nuceriatii
Mii.oii.itt.ti uf tin liit-rttiil nre n s-xhiiiIiipk 1- Far anrl llmnu tu tlifinoil recfiit and ImproMd
nitruiiK'tiiiHiMl itiothiNtx allnf nlii'h l mr fulli nronli tn lil Uttfinttr fur futurr nferict In
ililnn li.'ii-M'rtalni lh irm imturp id itif dlM-n-i" and UnrrtUM Knnln Hip iliii-ane, In knuwn
IhwcltaiitirfH It i.r-Mliir-eilii tin Himii-h, and kli'.lliK tin- chati :. In i In ( Us them with upertlic rnie-(til-!
aiil plmi'Nih.-putft'nt ii tin lilirh ruml of r mr Wln-n tick pt'ople cutisiilt him lie readily
ti Hi itiiMii lut In r In an nirir1ii)p tliPtn ortf ilu are miil hop
I lie i Kami nat Imit ar In an unliuii wtiti aii.tunit'al and plivnirnl hrlfiirr. and be will rt.nvlliCH
tin tncjit okt'ptlrul ll an Maiilnuloti tip will ininliici' am mic of tl iiniiin Mint txti nt ff illneaup,
ainuuiilor diiiiifTl(i life and rhann- .if a ptrfirt t nr- Up i.nl it it. riiifdltn (rem the iKPtalil
ktiii,d mi. hi ti pf pprtchfp ln tint foJtid rcnicdleH that will ntiiiduWt vr humor or pilon in lli
aticiii.uni afd nature toriirpPM r dl-eiif, If taken In time llvllt in that wlnice N truth, and
1 ruth ! inUhu.ftinl will pre at! when known, and knoutm; that diM-HM an t p rurod, with puni
tive tv-riiillitv , lieltiNltet tln-utllltti d to cull and receive ad up f'e and he ruled of their dlft aen
Ilicre li mi Mitijirt that reiulnH murli Ktudt and etpetlcnre at the treatment and cure of
l l.ronl. IHea-sen Tlnastuiilt!ilni(iiif f ifasiHUil remarkahl, cnrei p rliiruid h Mm an due Hi tin
ImiK Httid nf Iherimitlluthm nf man nnd Ihe cure (if tlli iimi tn natural remedtefl l.el thone l en
uptn otli 4 all fnre,mlnalloti lle hat m -".full treali d the follow IncdWi aiNlncc htianlv al
In iluata. KwhiiiI I nr I)Ipkm-ii, Chr ml. lHarrhn-i, hnmli lull iutaliou or the oniti, t hronlo
ItiltiiiimatiniKir the Mlailitrr, l'alnful or IrriKUlar .Men.truithiti. Fesr isnrpi and I li er. Intontl
iivsiio uf l rnip I'ape Wnrmi.Cnxikid l.imMaii.t Kulanced Jninti spinal c. urwiture. Club f tin, llln
J mt lilii ate. U liite Hwi-illiiif iiHPharlt"it M phspk, mi rlllts nr llarrenm . NerMiusinnM and
.ipiiwral liilidlty. ITo-tratlun and ImiMstPiu e, lil-eaw nf the KldiiMNaiil Hladd-r. Lemnrrtn a or
Whltf. Illiilrhp arid .'llilplen iklli IH-seiM-. fit ijipimli. ( ui-lipnllriti Uropn Canrpf, Kplli ptlo
Fits, Irvfstpelnt lrael t lolirv. ileet. Ilnitnrrhii-i lUdrmelp H.-art Inaenae. I.lver I)lieat.e Ilpail
a he. I Ml i-a, HSNlirt. Mdilli, eifiiiUr).Ht Vltui Hauie. druiiU lyM iitrry, hiilamM loiiMIt,
F-verntid vup, FWtuIa tn Ann Hemlu nr Hupi uri. artan iirnni I'aral j iln or Pali I'mlapiu-i
1 terl, lip-nrhllli, A slhuia, Catarrh, MTiiruta, t uinuiuptlnii i luoiih ( oufch, remale Wtaknens, pr
THE REASON I TRAVEL.
It li ofiPii asW'UIya nJijlct-n who.- bilit nnuld alfnnl him a pruntahle practice at horns
should eoiiM-nt to t-ra p i answer Itecauie l his mettiot of practhe Is the tnnst eciimmiltal, and the
unl) HUCCpAtful way of reaching- the (treat mam nt people MillerlliK with chrisiile allmi nts. 1 t In-v-illililiuve
the meani, and fewer still have the eneriry and slrenuth tu make JonK Journeys to wii
suit eminent pli Hiolans. .... .
I treat verv nuintli tiium than three hundred pitlonts nhoap averaue t ippiiae In isltln tne at my
houii'. If the had the phvuical atrencth lo du , wuultl not 1m leu than rai h-an UKknttate i.l
mure lh..u !. -while my e petite in umpIiix ttieui.at tli ir varl'-uHciunto Mat,arp lem than ft"").
a clear HMVliitf to pallenU of nearlv sjt,irti per ninnlli 'I hen In tin t realm lit of t tironlc IHheanfa,
my reKUlarandciUitlnued Klts afTord lue an opportutill) f exanilnlnic mi patient. and miitlnic thn
cliamtea, alwiany new reiulrinents, arttlnj: Hi erh (ndlv Idual rate, ktepiiiK my pall nt under my
permiual upi-r l-lun. utirt plarinu within Hit reach of the peopla all the advantages ot a Mi ill ml
InMrmir) rliclit at Imnie. , , . L ,...,
1 he entire tint nf a mtnpletp cure under my treatment li often lens than hat been paid by the nam
perm hi in a slnjfle ear for worthlei lutetit nipillcliii .
1 he hpiietlta thui necured tu the amitied are of theltlb'heit linportuiite, and must be apparent to tha
in. nt urdlnary mind.
TO YOUNO MEN. Spermatorrhum-It Cause aud Cure.
1 he chief rauNPtuf this disease are unnatural ahuei nf ilieeTiial rum t Unit, or m-lf lHillutlun, veue.
real exieitt-s and weaWneat nf the firicin rt-sitltlttic from venereal illieaiet, and otlnr illlllculilei
airectluie the urinary ursatis. The mlndi of audi patlent-j parti ularlv If the altectlnu l.e attributed
tuunuaturul ahuhe, liecnnie reatl ilepretied h an ppn In iittnii of imuteiic . HHkurTers frruu
u iHiisit nf iHUutlnu and dpsradation, heroine inelainhul) with an aversion for Hntteiy '1 In it
rullow Iota nf memory, dullnvia of the bead,
....... .. .-.-..... f , -. -.,... -.. .,.,.
niooil, pllllpiet or eruplUMl Oll Ilie laee, sainudliuil oi nil1 in'iin, nnunrn in uir nituui ui inn ijsili.,
lottnf iifK reatlve imwer, nervnm Irritnblilt.. vvuitlm; of the frame, uuh, cnntumpiiun. de ay and
ilea III Ilien- are Mit a lew or lite terrible nun
nf Mdltary vhe, that dreadful and ileitrurtive lml.lt whhh aunuallj sweem In an untimely grav.
(hnuiaudi nf the muni talented and pmmlHlnr jnutu men lluustiedt o' tin e sutUrer are In lm
seen In very romiuunlty, wbnarp louK-lnut of their inmlulon and the danwvra to utilcli they am
evp.s-ip.)et are too timid to takethe nerewiirv Mi .. Knj-t reli f I would h.i lo such, look at ont'w
to (Mir health and liapplueiet lit lav are slaiiiceroui I ake une candlil thought before ll I. tmi nil.
A week nr mouth may place wnirra henml the rem li nf hope Watte no lime with rati h penny
advtriiHeiiii'iits.nr iiiileariied jireiendert, who kei p)uu trlitliiK mouihaflir monlh, lakliiK pnln.
out and Inlurtoui compound that will aifurd you iiothliii hut hitter dliapiH.iiitmeut My method
nf treat ment will speedily and permauentl) cure the inost iiMtltiatecatei and advilutely rent ore p r
TO MIDDLE AGED MEN.
There are ntaiiv of theafpnf thlrtv to Maty w ho ure troubled with too frequent evacuation of the
bladder, often atcompaiiled bv a tlUbt umartlnif or burn In if Kn-niatloii, weakening the nvsteuiln a
manner the pttteut can mil account Tor; n.' enimhiutton of the urinary depntiu ropy dlinent will
be fimud.aiid rtniueittiip smalt particle of albumen will appear or the color will be of a thin or
mllklth hue aaln, ctniiiiflinj to a ilarn. or tt ptd appe train e '1 here are many men who die of this
dUIU'Hlty Uuornnt of the cauie, which I a hecoiid stat of seminal weaknrt. I will tcuarauteti a
perfect cure In all such cm, ami a healthy reHturathm of the Ki-blto-urlnary urttans.
DISEASES Or WOMEN.
The alarming number of wives, mother and ilaiiehti rt w tin are dally aullerlnfC and MnUnjr from
illteaies peculiar to llietrnpi, demand our mot HerTmi coiiibieratlon and n mpathj . and turellevtt
a fur a wllhln our reach, HiltdtPadful Pourue upon Amerliuu woiueu, 1 havo Kreatl) Increased my
fat II It lea for their mllcal and nurMlcal treatunnt 'In aMntumniJaU all w ho um apply to m fur
tMalmenl large addition audvarled and valuable Improvement ii&veheen ricvuil made to my
f (inner nut lit, am! every necmlnaly Indelicate nr objt Ipiuible r. aturethat occur orillnahiy u lliu
treatment of theHerii ha Se n I emu ved.t litis aVuhllliic niuchot the embarntttm ill and ohjet tloni
unuall evperletit d lu the tn atmiiit f tnt flat of asrs, and mv Increasing; patrouaitH by aoitiH
nf tha limit luleltlifeiit and rellned ladles, an proof nf my auccesi, Iius been ver marked, over two
third of mvpail. nt belli a ladlet.,uhl,) ouna, married, simile, rich and iror My nieihoil h free from
ottjpf tlonahle fpHtufPfinf the general practitioner, iiamel " l.ocal 1 reatment.' 1 seldom llud It tie
retmrv I pn pare remiille tniihtlltitloual and lucat, at the iialureof the case demands, and Instruct
ladle how to treat tlit maeltea.
Hl Kid 1'ulsoti, Venenal Taint Olect.Ntrli tun, Seminal Fiiitiloiis, Ios of hestial Power, Weak ikks
of the . sual ihgAim, S ant of hernial Iienire. In male or female win ther from Imprudent habit of
youiunr seiual habit In mature tear, or anv
ami iieriiiuiietitlv curifl I uuiultatluti fre.
o risk iuciirn d ('urresKnntenr
all Pariiof the Frilled Htates.
T W'hum it mi fViiriTrt REFERENCES.
We, the uiiilerlKneii,ijo cheerfullv and roiis.ilehtiouil) recoiiimend ur v a. trance a age
man of high mural wnrth and ftHperlor profesttoiutl ahtlltv , hav ing 'iioed an enviable potlilun In
iiiitu moral wnrtn ami ftHpenor protestioiuti anititv , tmv ing cninj
tliul In New Voik and J'hll nh Itdila. and aciiultted hiuueli
honpital t Hub- In New mk and J'hll nli Itdila,
chronic (llteates We. Iliercfnre. recommend htm
Mlliti to avail thrmaeUeiof tiUiii rlor skill
tlnd htm humane to a fault, ripe tu judkiiirtii, rend todu icmhI, coinlderhie u iirln, ami euthutlaiiU
for Ihenllrf of ihehuiTerlntcandir'KMlnriitN'ellow mm William I I irk M It , 1. 1.. 1 , 1'hlladelphlai
J. I. Miller, M Ii.srlienetla.lv, New York, lloii M I Mio.-tuak r Uralivllle, l'a i 11 K. (Jttumti.
M 1)., Albaiii, il, !,. Hall, M 1 , Albanv , I !.erov Halt, M l., racuse, luutl York, M. 1).,
Jwlinn, Maine ( Ftrl .National Ihuk, loi'rlu ohtu.
otisultntlou andHtamlnatlon free. io i ot fnndeniu mil II nii call ami Judge fur jourself. Any
pertou who may be skeplhal about the abll ty of fir Frame om,b tailing upon him, see for them
selvia whether be la what he advert lie hluinell tn be nr imt He ha III tee diploma and t'crlllkalea
to atio-v thai hU a member of lilllerenl medical aiKKt.iium
1'alleota vlsitwu at tUaU bojues when das) red, AUletuih should b adtlrtviswd to Fuslorla.Ohlo,
On account of bad weather our
FIILL MILLINERY OPENING,
will be continued through this
week. More new novelties in
Pattern J lats will be added.
All our S15 and 518 patterns
will be sold at a choice for 510;
a rare bargain in Springfield,
as the same patterns would
be cheap in Cincinnati or New
York at 20 or .Fo.
EH REN HART.
new stock. Your trade
- 2 EAST MI STREET
- null i:ur a Heclalt.
rir-t tills iiiinis liiefnr any iirrsnii, no matlrt
ills In 1mm .uni lliirtMutil i-miim rsHtit wltti all the
hIisI.ii Imim- .il.t.uni.l it -Mnrtliiti In nieilUllie tiae
l.t.itiv iltirt ilntiFiir In iiiilnriil mlatitatlon nr siler-
llul lliu il.i.
,.......--.. ---...,- .. j
pint in. ,11 .' hiMur Mir iikmi remit and ImprirtM
In Hi ri.Hi.-( ' ,KM,X t'P nritpu-. tu ! oto the
Ml si's eral ears n me sfieciai siuny
icetieral in rvnun di hlllf., llnll illon. Iiupurltlts ill ttia
.. - - - - .---- ,'.. 7 ... - I. . . .. . . ....
iiMiiueiuen w lilUi !-!li
. ivnoiier or lihlpr. the v it tlmt
cauvea that tletitlltate ilie eiuai luiilliuus.spi euuy
uiid airbtlv roiiudeiil at Abtolute cuna KUiiranl eH.
biiswerid, and mediune hent freo uiu otnervallon lu
and acquitted biuuelt sup Ibly In
n. a true and tbormicb nnilical m
lu the trealllient uf
ml auvlau lha
We furl her know that ihute w lio counsel Mm will
RELIABLE SELF CURE
f.ivornc ttrurn ikjii uf one i.t ih in.i
jag a f.v
noted and Hit- ohIu! rci itnat m tl.p I' Si
.now retired) for the cure cf .Nervum. IkebllM.
Ius MuiibiHul, Wrukneasand llriuy. Sent
in plain utaled envelope Kri-c . Druji'nt. can fill it.
AriHr OR. WARD A CO.. ! oulnlna. Mo.
Many a Lady
is beautiful, all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia