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GLOBE REPUBLIC. SATCRDAY EYEXDTG, aroVEMBER 14 1885.
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The aweet cum. aa srmtnered from a tree of the
ami nam, fci-imtnx altm the small etrvameln lae
Voutbern Mate otntaln a Umnlatlac experto
rant principle that I wd the phtemn rrtyJnrtnr
the early morning enuah, and ttmulatea the child
to throw off the falw membrane In croup am
lnf mnrlliftiMiui nrnw-lnl In ih. mmII. .
mi'(iiwm,ii n-n omninrti wim toe neai-
ot fheoM 9rlaa.,nsvnu InTAlLOKR (imtoKal
ittxrm r swrrr m at jts-n Mninxih. nnt '
knwn nmsly for Counhw. Croup u boplncrucli
nd Oomuimnilon ; and . ilthlc. .nr child u
pl;l t. tak ft fc Tour dniffctot for ft. Irtss
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All trains run by Central time, which is 2S
minutes stower than Columbus time
-N II -lially tDally except ilondaj All
others dally except Sunday
B i SWi jjrs. Honor WrL nmr the Niutli
lliinipty iiuiiipty. Charleston pike, on the Fletiher chijitl
Onl a fair audience was at the Grand ajut our Ulllrt Irom the cltJi
IastnighttowitnessToiifIenitr'sHuinpty Wednesday Octoter lltli, 1 He was
Dumpti. Tlie children wenMlelighttslwIth iH)IJl m Warren tountj, Ohio, April --'0,
the antics of tlie clown, but the taking feat- lsn. and was therefore in his 70th jear.
ures of tlie performance were the Leouhanll . nL, deatli, although not entirelj unexjs-ctdl.
bmthers in tlieir artistic and finisheil aeni- was sudden. He gradual! went down un
batlc erformances. Wm. Ashton on the der the press jre of .tears and fts-ble health,
horizontal bar, and the tn.ui Goodrich in .He was one of a famil of thirteen ilul
their wonderful music jdajed upon kitchen dn-n, all of whom hate passed awaj except
utensils. .twobrnthers JamesandJoseph I). WihhI
Mayor's Court. ' He leaves bthlnd man relatltes to mouni
Yestenlat the lint or det idetl the follow-I their loss To Mrs Honor Wis 1 lie was
ing cases. John Cat anaugh. ilnink, ?I i gTeati attachisL having lit ed in her house-
aud costs. Clnrles Carser, loiteniig. 51. .luild for more than a hxlf cetitun. He
am! ce-ts, Jolnuua Frtmau. drunk and
disonlerli l and costs, Jacob Uuer, 1ls
onhrl, si and costs; bimoii Ilehrends, dis
order, disiiiLsseil, Tom ilLHonald. drunk.
SI. and costs, Itndget Hennessj, profaae
Laiunitge, disinisseil. I'. C. l'hilliiis, dior-
derh. disnusse.!, John WeMi. jtit lanenj. OUH ! enjoj! as.s,K:ution with lit, iieigh
Mealing aw from Leonard Schaefer, l.und bors ; j et he was positit e and hnn m i.um
merinthesumofSJOOandsentto jail in g bj, prlnciples-a man of comict.on
default. and conscienct;. He was a republican from
SiM-lal t.Trut. j t, organiiation of the part and a coiistint
iAst eteiimg Miss Minnie Haldttir. enter-, reader of the old tt vi in ir for fifn wars
tamed a large pmgressiteeuthre part ten
handsomely at the Baldwin residence on
Siath Market street The tables were ar
ranged m two sets of -it each, making
fort -eight plaers in all. Flay began at
half past eight o'clmk and lasted until
ttvelte. almost anhourbting giten bi the
elaborate spread of dainties scnedat half
past ten The prizes, eight in iiumlier,
were ter unique and beautiful The
were git eu for the numlrof games won,
whether at the first or sixth table.
Tlir Itrpuhllian lub.
The roniniltttv of mconiration of the smd Warning of Ilr- Re.alu.
IH'nnaiieiitKt publican club, to tie known as Mr Chas Harlington, the well-kiiottn
the Lincoln Club of .spniighel.l, met in tlie Xenia attornei. has receiied a letter winch
miior'soniivlast etening for the purpose wis maliTl at Da-ton. Wednesilay after
of appointing a time for the meeting of the !,,. at four vock. I, irs no s,g,u
st. kholders for the puri-e of orgamza- ,llre. ,,ut fr(lm , naturt ,, slplHwl , 1)e
tlnn. c-iis non in ouicers aim oiner lmiiir
tant business The time was fixed for next
Momla ei tiling at 7.30 o'elisk at the
major's office, at which time It Is especially
iiiiHrtant that the stmLholden. tie present.
The charter has lieen receiied. and the
memliership roll is rapldl iilllng It is ex
lsitnlth.it the house for the club rooms
will 1h- snured and furnished In tlie first of
J.uiu in when tin re will lea a grand Xew
Year's rueptiou and house-banning.
Th Hint I-iitrrtMiniii.nt of the season.
Ihe famous iscanlan I'e k-a-L!oo) the
Jpringrn Id faionte, will appear. it Black's
opera house next Wedncsila euning. Not
is f bis in w pla.t the New i ork Herald
s.us sliam-na-I.awn '
which Mr William J
the new Irisli i.lsv
slit ,i' " "
tinguislnil ai tor is now prest nting at the
(.lolH-'llnater. is one of the best, cleanest
and brightest Irish dramas that his eter
Ns'ii pres utnl on the iiiiencan stage. It
is tsNi ialli to be commended for the rea
son that it intrinluces none of
those la-trap features which dis
figure nearl eter Irish pliy that
has hithi rto lie n presented here,
and does imt desxnd to caricatures of
s.urnl and solium wnes to awaken ap
plause A swetter Irish colleen than Ilose
Uiiliuond could not wtll Im imagine.!, nor
a wanner Celtic w.ioer than Gerald Tower. '
To Is- sure, the course of their true lot e
does not run smooth, and in narrating how
the oiercome all obstacles and were hap-j
pill wet! in the end. "Shamvna-Lawn"
presents scenes that appeal foriibl to the
"ni ami vuiuiiii in on no smifss
! and all who are desirous of seeing a J
j2J bright and fascinating play will not i
m uw jtqman iti in s niaAii
Me Mr. Scnlaa in tbis piece.
I Xeal Can a anvste-ii fur being dniuk
I lat night t Officer Mills
! fna Ta. 1 lliitTtnati l.i , lstfl.nr frfcri.!..
In McDonough county, Illinois
Marketiuaster Wat confiscated sixteen
kiuiuIi nf light wtiUit liutttr this morning
Mrs William Wood, of est llii.li itn t.
Is confined to her bed In a serious attack of
Meuibenof tlie l'astoial Conference are
requested to meet Monil.ij morning, at 10
o'clm It sharp
Frank Eli helbarger. of I'rliaua. urnul
tins iiionmiK. t six ml bunda as the guest
of Judge White.
Ir (leorge went to Datton this morning
W b. Chapman went to Columbus on
busing,- this morning
Miss Corda Puree, of Kuonillf, Iowa, Is
tiMtmg .it Thomas Kizer's resilience on
West Columbia strett.
I-ist night M irshal Hughes put Mrs
I Jennie Finch uinhr arrest on a tliarge of
using profane langiiigc
Mrs Clara K Clubman want tn Colitm
bus this morning for a hnef isit to Warden
IVtrej of the lVnitentiarj.
Mlsj Mar, oungest daughter of Ir.
Lewis, north side, has been ipjite ill for a
few days, but Is non w ell again.
Frank Weaier his reentered from his
long illness ami r turned to resume his o
sition as i lork at the Arcade Hotel.
Cleveland Cuitte The ii-!lti't
Lir. of bpringlield. should In" coinmrndtsl
for its ext client n irts of all local niatu in
efTtx tni our ieople of tli.it t it).
Dan Sullj and his Curat r Grocer" will
he at Mack's Opera House next balurdi
1 Tl.i. w.ll tw. .1... htvt .ik,si-i,sn tf fr
... . .' ,.
Sullv and his crooen mthiscltj.
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The inaor held brief court at . ololotk
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'at eemui; and disimsssl Mrs. Hooter ana
Mr. Atkinson. rharcel bj Mr Jennie
Finch, with mine pnf ane laticu.io'.
C. Htiiiaker reiK)rttsl to the i-ilm
thtt a couple of strips of tanet ttere stohn
from his jard alout ! o'clotk Ihursdit
eveniru;. Thecairet was found this morn
ing and n-s torts! to its owmr with no ues
Tlie luacuifits nt tvllection of higher
class t tellings exhibited at the Vrrade hottl
for the past few dat In (' .1 Utile, inn
t reateil a great twakenilig of art lnti ri-t in
Spmigfitld Mr IHlle has decided to re
in un until Tuesday ueL
1 Yestenlat afternoon th? lice intestiga
tal thoroughly the buritl of Mrs llenrj
Smith's babint nietitionl In jesteniaj's pa-
per. Thej fouml in it no grounds to sus-
ptfoul plat and think thej were buried
In tlie janl !eeaue the taiuil) is uhi poor
to but a lot at the cemetery. Thej will be
allowed to remote the Nidies.
The course of bunda eteiimg hnture
anuiiunced by Dr. Falconer on The Hook
of the Judges," promises to tie more tlian a
series of biocrapliies The subjett em
j brace the lustory of a self-goteriiinit is-
',Ie 'f th centunes-their ,H,htical and
social as well a.s thnr religious life. The
I lessons for tomorrow will be found In that
' ,,i.i .,
i The late Dr. A. T. Kevt, of Walnut
urn. i. .. . i..." 11..1.. ,,....
inns, luaiiieu m staler oi fiaiiiuoai tr. it 1111-
'"' "' """' CS and was not a brother of
Mrs. Hamlin, as lias been stated. The doctor
was a contributor to the leading medical
journals of the count rt and of the London
I.-inceL He was also the inttntorof tlie
split gmograph. for awertaining at once the
beatings of the heart and pulse. It was
foiin.l, through tlie post mortem exainlna
I turn that he died of lu art diM-ase. not ao
plexj. He was a gentleman of tlie t erj
' highest clnracter.
DEATH OF ELNATHAN WOOD.
1 Another Old Citlirn of
j laMs w ay.
Kin itlian WomL one of the oldest resi-
duitsof this count, and a man miner -allt
I respected, died at the house of his Mst r ui-
retnguued III Sirs. Wood's watchful
ness oter him. and tender care for him.
an affettion corres ponding to that of a
mother or older steter and his onlt regret at
I his death was that she would be left alone.
Mr. Wood was Llml aminlile noil pmirlis
bmce tlie death of his brother. Con,
(Mrs. Honor Woods husband.) nearl two
ears agi . Elnathan has git en inui h tin night
to religion and in his last hours was full of
hope and comfort.
The funeral ser ices were held in Fit tell
er chapel, Fndat. b Ket. K. J. l'oston. of
the Clifton avenue thurch, in this cit, and
not on a large number of his neighbors but
tiuite a nuiuls r of
leopIe from this cit
THREATENING AN ATTORNEY.
i Th liFntllff.lM AarMitvwM Jnunli l t!f
from some of the friends of the late Joseph
Wolf, wliowas killed hi vCeorce Holier-
stott. The letter is m a crawling hind
and, no doubt, is intended to be in the na
lure of a Iniuib shell to Mr. Darlington, who
is Uohers tott's attorne. The writer eti
denti thought it of enough unimrtance to go
from Ludlow to Datton to mail it. Follow
ing is a cop of the letu r:
Mr. Darlington You are here b Xoti-
, neil that if Holler,tott don't go upfo- uiiie
1 and nine years that you will beierj
( ruffly Dealt with in the future for we are a
determined party, well loaded and prepired
I with all that Is necessary to blow louaud
our projiert out of Xenia. We will do it
but uiisiipe tul, and tlicre is some others
Via .11 I. A .. ..--.1. .11 . I
"'' "io" I" feaK some oilier Jilais. tie
ieclonfonn.diuamite, t-.wder and lead
.nil 411 (.tii.. ju.i ....1 .. .. .... ...
... .. ....... ii.n. aim nc mr iiiiik lO
make use of tbein until we can get just ue
to all such criminals as that dam gmsl for
notliiug laz honeri trasht holterstott
Tliere Is more than one way You mat
just .is well gite that honerj up. for
I we will lung hnn or Blow half of Xtnia out
of town lmi and some others maj ex
si t to pros' r no mo e tint Is all ih lie
bi saj the work will come next.
In the , ure of set en coughs, w, ak lungs,
nittiiurof b .ami .be Mrlt s..,..-. ..
, con-umi.tion. Dr. Pierces (.olde'n Me.li.al
Discot en" has a.stonLshe,I the medical fac-
ultj. While it cures the set erest coughs,
it strengthens the sjntem and purines the
blood. By druggists.
fiiteour children B. J I. DOLGLSS
jv.j taiitcji cuiiiii ui(uis lor
tlieir Coughs, Colds and Sore Throats: the
will cure speedily, we hamlest and pleas- J
a tit wet Tna rokra i
ant to the tate.
What a lob-Kpubllc Krporter Has
Learne,! ICecHi-tUng an I neriietit. Man
WhoOtralonall) X Itlts prtnKflelil.
Dr W A France, the tiriemed sIh
cialist In throuiediseasts wis busilt tn
gaged at the l.igondn House, win re i
Cioiif-lU I'l in K itiHirttr fouml him dis
using t tlnahle adtitt iml liialing r mi
dits to his iiuiiii roils piinuts llienum
Ur of these pitiiuts is -o ripidlt '"
trtasing Hut he linds it mi cs.,ir; to giti
tttodats tobprmgiielil. uml has nxtsl uihui
Sumlu amlMoudit Nottmlsr l"i mil 1"
for his next legul ir wsit
Dr Framt's fist men using reputation
in his treatim tit of ihronu dist 1S.-S iml ill
distasfs tif the te and tar islniiigwdl
eametl s regards his resisiiisitnlitt in
tarrtmg out f iithfiillt whit h tindt rt ikes
to do. it isonh ntsessart tostatea fi ol tin
uiilsirtaiit Iru-ts whiihii ttt Ixsn lcl trtttsl
to him lit those who know him Is st Ibis
pmfessorof gjmsologt. i ulit mid aurist
in tlie Dninlic liimrsitj of I.iw.stnn
Mime a ihristor in tin lrst Nitioiul
It ink at Fostorn, Ohio a lirge sio. kho'dir
in the Ni oiul Nitumil Hank at Ihuyitis.
and lie holds otie-thinl inti nM iml a kiI
Hon as dins lor in the riwllit ( is light
(oiupiiit, wliuli his a iipitil st k ot
For tit t teirslie Ins Us n praitiuug in
Ohio. jsniNlinlit tnteling our the
sime route llirough Ittintt tite liitlirttit
tsmntles His prtititc his stenlilt
incrcastsl until it his non umloiiblislli Is
lonie more evtiiisite thtn tint of ant otl ir
phtsitiui in the slate This ripidli in
treisiug praitice fairlt indn-ites the le
markahle siis(vs whitli he his nn t with in
the tn itnu nt of t is"s He Ins hid hun
dnslsof pitn nts in tills itinitt whowotilil
Is'ar testimont to his -kill if tl Nil iiioii.
but be n fruiis from publishing tin ir n um s
to ulttrtisc hiinstlf, out of consult ritioii
forthoswho iiaturillt -liriuk from liiimg
tht iiw Ites piruhsl Ik foie tin puhlii tnd
tin t think linn for his kiml i oiiskIi ration
Thntugli his ra tin' he his not onlt
gaimsl an honest mini ti ni e. but h is 1h-
onie lutiiiiili It iss,M uttil wilh ami g-iunsl
the friimisliipof some of tin Isstimnin
the state, whom he his sucvossfulli treatnl
l!tiliicnosissalI (hronic lomp! nuts wilh
out asking questions or luting nit preinuis
knowhslge of the t ise, and tan fullt lot ites
the disfLsetl org-ms much more acuiratilt
tlnn tlie pitients tin him lies , in
The imslii mi's wliuli lie git rs are all
carefullt pripimi In hiuisdf. from tin
finest dnigs md i In inn als. ami the n limit
is pn jsinsl afti r in iking a shvmI stmli ami
cin fill iliignosis of the iiis( 1 he dix tor's
wife alw it- i(iiinunleshim in his tmti K
ami she also his mule an i-inuM studt of
the scieme of niedli ine His smuss is
well ilesi-rxtsl, and lie his mint w inn
friends to offi r him isnigmtulatioiis
PIKE COUNTY FOLKS
I liglUlilililirs sL,Mm of ,s,t, rti
itinoit s Nettspiper
"I'ike Count j " is a tale of an innginirt
Aliierit.ili stttlenitiit, and the stttltrs till
a apital h
is one to auotiior 1 be sin riif is
imlat ttltit irretirtnt ptrsmis
Hot h it nig the ft ar of the 1 itt in tin ir souls
miglit mildlt design ite ilrittiug the long
li. All the stones are trt eutirt lining
but the quaint and iiutr diilist Usui m
m in in perh.is, to some extmt i drut
bxtk I he little toliime. botti ti r is brim
fill of strange stones, will lalnilitiil to
amuse and tu kie the fxn its of tin g, in r
alitt of nadirs. Hireisoneof tlieslu nil s
aim dotes, turn tnimg a tough Inar
Mt mule ami I wen' luuilierilig ote a
trait of I mil tint tielongrd to some fillott
mi rhi Monroe count. IViMsi u si-ns of
lit.tr. and an old lurk ltslcr told us tin re
was a big one that ktpt in a sit imp down
the ens k a wats F.ten limit r tint had
bun 111 the woods for si inonths. In- siiii.
had put a ball ill tlie hear, and the old t uss
hail carntsl off hilf a doeu traps ami got
rid of them in some wa One iturd.it.
I'm le Joe ami I ni uie up our iminls to take
a dtt olf ami tr ami t.ipturc this tough old
aiiMinl e i.ilue on to the leir in less
thin .ui hour aftir we st irtnl out He
taint tearing out of the sttauip as it some
one was urging linn with a three-tine
pitsJifork. and made lor the top of
a little ridge .ilmiit a huiiilnil fis-t nt it
Cticll' lpr 1. t lion U,t l.tillllv li lilt 1 .out
then his buikshot Hut the liar kept right
on I got lsith mt bimlsiu on him. but
the old ft How neitr juiii .fit attintioii to
us till be got to the top ot tlie ridge. 'I ho
ridge wasn't more thin tweutj fet thigh,
and it run up to iputi a u irrow top lun
thebtar got up tht re he stop'sil, turned
with his f.us.- toward us raised up on Ins
lnuuthis and opened his mouth hi lined
near a foot wide. He wis in plain, oimi
sight, onlt a hundred ftstawat and we
just thought welLid him foul I lid ton
shoot him'" asked the jHiorni ist r. is tlie
slnnlf paused to git Ills s,an of tin re
freshiiuiits the couutt cltrk hid orilernl
"shoot him? ' said the sheriff, "shoot bun?
Well. 1 think it might tie called shouting,
unless mj uuiiior isttr slmrt li, tint
lieir netir stirred from his tru ks and
I'ntle Joe and 1 iiepiptrtil aw.i at him lor
more th in a .planer of an hour, and we hit
himetir tune AH he'd do was to gite
hiinstlf a wli.uk with nrst one piw ami
then tlie other win net er a lull ortlnrgeof
bin ksliot got in mi him lint was ill our
iinng set inn! to disturb him. and liiullt
Untie J.oe sud to me. "siehire' Do ton
know wTiat that old i uss is going to do '
Well, lies just wait ng until our amuiuiii
tiou gites out, ami thtu hell giteiis the
grand Iiouneeout o" tliese wimkIs ''
I in le Joe hid inui in the anut, ou
know, and he saw tl' it this rounilhog s liule
was just a bull thuue to n ng a mine on
our lite old targit. m he t iki all the
powder the ImiHi of us lud almut thru
PouiiiIn I guess and niurcd it ui a leitlnr
pouch he had. and made as .mu i bomb as
we could wish for 1 hen. whili 1 ki pt the
N'ar's atteiiuon In jin ti niiiiig oU tiattling
up tlie side of tlie lull, is if I mi ant to
tat kie Inui. I'm le Joe t n pt up on the otln r
side and rainmiil the leither cartiulge into
the hole ami Minimi lu r solnl. He I ml a
train of iiwdir down tlie lull a n.is. hol
lered to me to mil and tutil lur. lii alxiut
tn ii seconds the top of tluit lull and tlie !x-ir
were sailing toward the i louds '1 1. h ar
w ent up ten f ti t abut e the top of a big
t hestnut tree tin re was on the ridge turned
oter a couple of times and tumbled link
into the tree. Now. of coui-e. ill heirs
ain't as tough as this In ar was. but tthni
the stones and dirt ami siplmgs got through
failing there we saw old bruin nhed on a
tug orancji ot tne i nestnut. looking a littl
siirpristil. to be sure, but gizing ilottu it us
with actuallt a smile on his f u e. if b,
ratlier i njotnl the mm itt of the Iittlt e-
neme he li id just .issii thmugli '1 h it
was all tlieihange then sctmtil to be in the
old t uss" apiicaram e
'I Inn wis a hem sliower i inning, but
FncleJoe sud lie wasti t going to ipnt un
til be got th it is ar s,. luck lie t.trtiil for
camp after an . i. I statu) to watch the
bear Tlie thunder and lightning w is
something fearful Whin Untie .lis got
back he wtnt to work chopping down the
chestnut tree. In about m hour down she
came, lie ir and all. In the fill the tree ft II
pliiinti a-niss tlie Mr- liuk ami broke it
but befoie.Iot uiiild git at him with tin a
lie twisted f.xuii imilii the tin, imi ntt it
lieirawlnl down tow in! t'li swamp We
would haie lost tliat lear as sure as guns
but just tin n tin re i .line oin of thelunlist
thuuilir-tl ips 1 ttir hi aid. ami not mine
thin a sAioud af'irwaid lightning strmk
not ten tut awa. It strmk tint Ih.ii
suire in the hi.nl And sir, nut Ik ton
won t ticlii te it. but it s a f.ut tin ulii . i' "
head was so bird tint tin lightning hoitmcd
off It like a rubber lull, and irroiiuil on l
big oik tree off to tlie right tearing it into a
minion inn is ihe is ir was stunned ion-
siutraoii in me iigniniiig. ami is nue it
taineto I'm le .lis' got Ills ttoik in witli the
ax and finished hnn. e ilnu'gnl the ar
i as-into ciiiip It wiiglinl 417 jioiuids.
ami we sold it for It n nuts a imiiuhI to a
Im mime house kni.r in I'm olio 'I hrce
dits aftirwanl heiame bn k and di ip iml
til a dollir amliightt tints Ilehnl t ikui
eighteen pounds of had out of ililftruit
puts of tint Is'ar, ami of murse we dedui t
etl it frol.i the bill
While a loiingl ult of Ltbanon l'a wis
w liking along the strn ts of th it town a
f" '' "st 'f"' '"J1','. r"',"'f" ,lj"-"''-' fr"'
' 't attra. t.il i ll. k of g.i s... and one
'.' "' '' "' them rimimig up, s.,,.,1
"Vi, The x, .lilt . i?"",?
W ,' T,,e i,nl"K U,l was ,,ullx fr,llt-
e ' I
, Anew blotk of apartment buildings m
Xew York cot ers an area of .'0K4J5 feet I
and includes eiglit buildings, each lire proof
i ne ouiuiiiigs arc so arranged as to hate
plenty of light and air. The are ten stones
high, with suites ranging in rental from
J Jl,800 to 56,000 per annum.
ski uhi ji
rOW BETSY MADE UP.
How hiu jo', lies. ' Shitke, put it thtre
I tell jou to's nil iiKbt 8 b'
Dst uit vo' soil ae u,id-r dsv
It irtvul me (mm 6Iii. sub''
" tun I got home dt blets d night
M win- ftiMl at ihe iliMir, shh,
n in her hind hp ilutched er broom,
X8 it irrpuel ler wnr, sh '
wiikel hre nt in tirne,
u' Iwt it win no lun, ssh
sbe jelled Iur m , wn tojsj !
Wbmhiisjm uen Hll ,i n h .
I 'f liought a Miit 1 1 winle r tlo d
Ituht up M J M kmu siore, sah,
J WHitnntilto s.es lie goods
1! toil to gins to rear, -h,
Vn hfn I show d her dit Hre uit
Vn told hir what it co-t. -h
he ot up secb a 9camenu'
I tl. t her n ind wne io!, sub.
stie hngge,! me drsggel me roun d room
x ki-ted me on ihe mout, sh.
It t s k 'wo dsts ti ake ilrr titaie
ill ibm ere kis f 4 out, ab ,
ii di-u phe hts Mj own true lub,
Weil never ipmrrel more, f-h,
I'urviilm' o!t yo' always huts
o clo s at Koote's store, Sfh
& i n hen I nee In anuiler rig
To j. u I It slwsvs come, sab,
Dere - nuihu g like er (joid cheap suit
Ter keen de pente at bi m, sah.
I am not in the habit of
going into ecst cies ovar any
and everything, and we are
niroP..! r.n exu on lhinn
baiGIUI IIUl XU OIJ txii tinny
aout our STOCK that we ca -not
subs'antiate. for I am fu Iv
aware tha' t ere does ex st a
seeling of distrust against
And I believe very justly so.
And why ? Because of much
abused confidence. Not many
years ago the average sc
called clothing store was
nothing more nor less than
an auction house. The bosses
as well as th; salesmen might
be fairly called auctioneers. If
a customer wanted to pur
chase a garment how was the
sale conducted ? That is b t-
ter imagined than described
The clothing house that I have
reared in your midst is striv-1
ing to raise iishead above all
that is obnoxous and cisa
gresable to buyers. How am
i to tlo it? By caling' every
ihing by its proper name, put
ting PRICES on our goo 8 in
pl.h fiju'es, alii wing you i)
rtturn anything that has been
VIISREPRtSENTED and hold-
ing fast t) the golden rule that
teachts us to do unto all men
as we would have them to do
Weans that we have about
twenty-five styles which have
just come to liand. The
PRICES va'y and sor"cesihe
quali'y, and I have plenty of
room tO Speak in thelHheS ,
praise of them, but I dare not
'o it. The average CLO HI G
s'ore will accommola'e you
with songs of praise pitched
i . the highest key. I am diner
ent and why, because
We are the cheapest,
I buy for cash,
I manage my own business,
We s?ll at one price,
. . . . . .
car y a large stock and try
to sell only RELIABLE GOODS
and d it in such a way that
you w II come to see us again.
J. M. KNOTE'S
5 East Main Street.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
tills M OI ht.
ATIOKSXT AT LAW.
id Main St
. si MXII UN
ATTOKSkt AT LAW AM CITT sLK1T1IB,
(.otnuiertial Itutldlng, l.lluestone vt
ATTORSCT AT LAW.
Soutlu -lit Lornir Main and Limestone
.1. LI l.ll(.M(,
ATTUUMit AT LAW.
VMIOLI'II Ol.l M tS.
ATTOkNLt AT LAW,
5'i s.,uth Market st
K'nhimS Vh, Mitchell lllock
It. (.( II,
Uooms 1 JL 17. Artni.e Hulldlnj;
I 1). MOKKIs
14 -Miulh Market s
ni .. l.KU Is,
S mth Limestone t
K Cor M itti and Market Sl
NCKTIS OF ACHIMI TKKTH CAFrKD
HLL LIS K or COMCASIFS,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
m t. SMITH,
t Residence fri Main
lKs. Ill , KI.H M IHMOMI,
THtslClASS ASP sUtl.RIIVS,
I HucMngrnm Block
tsTIN A. IIOIISON,
!! w est Main St
Itlts. Ill I.I.A III 1 It K.
Teh phone 1W No " East High 't
PHtSICIAS asi sLRi.rov,
, Mitchell block
(I. PHtSICIAN ASl SCRllKOS,
Ilighst Resilient e 177 tenter St
PH1SICIAN AM SLRUKON,
I HTSICIAS AND I
7t H ltln-
8 W lllgh street
. II II I.
si RI.HIN AND PHTSICIAS,
c IS to i a III
1 1 to a A 7 to 8 p in
VIE High St
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Xn 9 Arcade
M. M ICKI K,
RkL -TtrK AND MONKT LOANED,
No 4 Commercial Uulldlni;. Limestone t
1 lU'AIIK IIOTIU
i. II 1 ROCkllKLD. CROrRIETOR.
High, Marktt and Mashlngto'i streets
TII.I.I VM sclltMK,
re fixtures a specialti
2SN Center St
V Wathlncton street
ART AND ARTISTS.
Intnnce, Williams' rt store. J K Main St.
lMss III M.l
's STl III)).
Jl Oil.w iter Colors. China ind
Lustre P tint
ing and t riyouing Koomi. Mitchell block.
I.. TI I1MII I.I,
VttlllMST, AMU.lStRtL Jim STORK ISISF
17 N tenter st
Practical Machinist and ileneral JobJ-hop.
i and ' K. S tshlngton st
Hs I imiioi KI It, v.and s7 Ircaile. Print
. er. 1-ngriicr ind 1-ashlonible M ttloner
Wedding goods and tailing cards asptciilty.
Wm M 1-stlkk. Prop V W'irtlsbri. Man'g'r
1'KXNsl ItllT I'lllVTIM. II.
Urst tlassWnrk at Fair Prices "'iS Market
N T. MITl lll.l L Commercial
Pnnters, 4 N Linn stone street
Poster work spetlaities 31. ti. l. i'., :
ni'TlIt II 11 u
1 CABIShT MAkkR. rACkkR ASD KIPAlRFR.
I M. III.NNITT, I MIlKTxKMt.
I . Umre xnd ire rooms Llmest ine st . bet
M iln tint court house lies is H Columbia
lir 1. t.ltoss 4 CO.. I'Mll IITIKIKS.
tl . Ollie and Wareroom, 4o W Main st
Ilesidence 1C W High st
Rl 1 1) i II I I'll, 9S W Main st. Deilers
in and PuWishtrs ot dtertislng Notelties.
thruiuo Cards, etc Also Job Printers
D. W. Prichard,
DIALIttS IS THE
Patent sundin? se.m in.n RMinng,
Siiterdorph. Flexible Csnru RooflrK iultabl.
for All kinds of but diotf.
Arnu for trio llott Melilllc Tin Shingles,
superior to slate for ,11 ornamental wo'k
ROOF REPAIRINC AND PAINTING.
We claim th-U Hagen lorr-h's Obelisk Metallic
Taint ani Cement will effectually slop all leik in
'In and .ron roofs, and that If a root Is coated by
uiitwill e kept In gool reralr for the term of
fife years without any tdditional roat to the
owner Tin roola condemned by tlnn ra a
("! t.Ity All work fully guaranteed for art
ears olve ui a call.
Zh est Main 8t , 9priogfield, Ohio
PRICE 0HLT TWO D0IXABS
l-or tlie io!ttHp ri-liff and cure o
IERT(S BEB1UT1. UST llllCwt, II
iu sEiui wrunuu.
Wflxba only one nz. . eaay and ccn
fortuMe to wear, wtih veak an
nerreu men lta rt-i-n1t are appai
entlymtmculnua Sealed partlc ulai
free MntWm r"!--" Addreaa
M K. A. CO. 1407 Brwaalwa.7, New-Yrk
they know all about Mustang; Lin
iment. Few do. Not to know is
not to bare.
FALL HOJHi WRAPS !
Boucle Cloth Newmarkets,
TRIMME0 IN BEAVER AND ASTRACHAN.
VISITES, IN FRIEZE. BOUCLE AND DIAGONAL CLOTHS.
BOUCLE JERSEY NEWMARKETS!
Made by the best c'oak manufacturers in this ecu try, at excseoiigly low prices.
Examine our large stock tf cloaks before buying.
CHILDRENS' CLOAKS AT ALL PRICES.
Tills IMl Til VT.
I'se sO()IM)N T nh n ton lne eaten;
I'seMioDON I tour liriath to mteten;
I'se soOIMIN 1 to -ml digestion.
I'se 'sOOKON I and isk no question.
l'ri"sene tour mol irs mil ton won t
lb gret the use of S000 I'.
A mirrligo urunoni was htilv r
fonmil on an ) i In rg m the ntie On' in
the loiitrntiiig pirtns hi lng .idtrmin
clirgtmaii ami an Kn.-li-h girl.
iniiicatite of lu-iltli aud)urit. iseominuni
citid to tlie mouth ht the stint -suited
INlOHN 1. whnh in ikes the tuth is white i
I and as roll mt is ilistuil imneliin, and
I contains no mgrnlii nt tint is not Inghl
lietietu ul to Imtli guuis and tn th.
I serli-s of cx runt ids I Kelt cirrinl out
Um lishing tessils in tlie North s,-a. with
a tnw to lighting them bj electmit.
protnl tirt sitistai ton.
Site and im ml the pities, use 's,pui-
IM.'s (.III '
, Ibrgui Norw it his a new strtct con
strue ted out of the pro. nils of IiiUor lu-cns-
1 i's It I irs tlie name of Driiuiueiisuel.
whitli mi-ins drogw it
How to sliorten I I re.
Tlierenipt is simple You lute onl to
take. i tioltut told, and neglti t it. bir
ni tin. the greit English surgtim, asktsl a
1 lult who told him sbt mil had a cough
I "Whit would ou hate The plague'"
Beware of "onlt toughs" The worst
cases, cm. howettr. ! cured b I)K WM
HALL'.) HALMM Foil HIE LUNGS.
In Whooping Cough and Croup It iiniiie-
diatelt aliats irritation, ind is sure to pre
ent a fatil tiruiinitiou of the dtsease.
NiM h dniggists
Comotille. t'll , is i town of some fort
hoiists ami but one inhibit mt IV te Fir
gus who saw the mining tamp at its rise,
at its period of glort, and at its fill. His
onlj neighbors are just oitr the lull, m the
t eineti r
mi 11. mitii is.
In I ,,M-tl,,. Ili.riio".
The most liniHirtaut disiotert is tint
whnh brings the most good to tie greitest
niunbtr. Or. King's New I)isottr for
I Consumption. Coughs and Colds, will pre
1 strte the ht-ilth ami sue life, and is a pnu
, Irss Ivkhi to the ifllictfil Vot onlt dis-s it
I imsititelt cure ('onsiiinitioii, but Coughs
Colds. llrniH lulls, Astlimi. IliMrseness and
I all xffn tions of the Tlimit, Chest and
i I.ungs. ield at once to its wonderful curi
'tite powers. If ton doubt this, gtt a Iml
I lottle fns, at Charles l.udlott A. Co.'s
i An t nil to lti,n s nipliig.
Kd sjhepherd. of Harrisburg. III. sas
lilting rtseittii si uiiitli Isnelit from
Kin trie liitti rs. 1 feel it ui dut to It t siif-
I fenng liiini mitt know it Hit e4iiil a run
ning sure on mi leg for eiglit ti-irs mi doc
tors told me I would h ite to bate the Nine
straj'tsl or lig amput.iteil I used, liisteail.
three Nittles of Elti trie Ititttrs am! settc
lmes Hucklin's ArnnmSilte, mil m ltgis
I now soimil ami will "
"Electric Hitters are sold at SO cents a
lsittle. ami lluckliiis Arnica suite at -5
ctnts pcrUix lit tliaries I.iidlow A (Jo.
HlK klen's Irnii a s i.
Tin. Iti.sT Mm in the world for Cut,
Ilruists. Niris, I'll irs, silt Hheiim. Fettr
ssires. Iitttr Ch ipjsil Hands ChilbHins.
I Corns, and allskm tniptions and jKisitivel
cures Files, or no pit miuired It Is gu ir
anteeil to giiejierfiit sitisf ution. oruione
rifundiil. l'nte 2" ientsir Ihix. For
sale b Clnrles Ludlow A Co
i bt. l'etir's Catlitilral. at Most on, has
ntecuil.is, tootirlit wliuli '.DOpouiiilsof
gold wire Usui Die mirhle tlisirs tost
?1 MI0 IMKI
linr Un- 11 )
Compl nut is in uie th it the strti ts of the
iitiareso i logged with dirt mil garltage
that it is dilhiult to piss along This is
bid business, but not inlf so Kid as whim
tlie dm ts and pv-sigts in the huiiuti sw
ttmlHioine blm knl md i loggni with im
puntii's. iml tlie Im r h is no i li nice to do
Its work of ih iiising tin blood Hut ittn
tliis st ite of affurs uclds to llnum's Iron
Ititttrs the greit f mult tonu. whuh jou
tan gt t at mi drug store for a dollar.
hunst t Cox is stinting
lurkt with the
"I line trinl Mhlophnros in mt finuli
audit his worked like a i h mil 1 hate
ki pt it for the list two mouths " writes
druggist L .1 Kiuibill of Norn ii, Mith
giiingliis exHru me witli the gnatrhiu
ni itisui and neiiralgi i Hire
'I hat gr unl old womluuii Clnlstone. is
agiin on the stump m Smtl md
Mil I. MITItls.
"If it tirst ton doiit siiccttsl.tr. tn,
agiin" Ibis w is the motto of riiomisC
King, of North l'l ute. Knisis. He w is a
suif. rer from in aggrat ated form of rheum i
tism, and be tmsl muiof the vet ailed
remeihes for the diseise without ill ruing
ant Isueht Hem ti rdispureil. ainlwhi n
be reid of the mirttloiis t ores t 'Titled h
Mulder's lb rb Ititttrs. he liought half a
doeu bottlts and Inf. in Using the iiusluine
asdirettisl We onlt in ikt a long stori
short, when we state tint Mr. King's t ure
was rapid, thorough and pi rmaiii'iit.
A t.rett li4otery.
Mrs F.miiii Clirk's Coinbiiieil Mtslicine
and Hair l'cstnrtr remotes all dimlnitT
from the sili mil n mlers it xrfettl
In iltli.t. It will .ure all itiscisfs of the
scalp, also cures neiinlgi i, he-ad iche, tu r-
tous lie-ui i he and remotes pimples from
tlie fice. restores grit bur to its nitural
color and produces i tuxuriint growth of
the hair. 'I Ins pn p irition is rftttt free
i from Misonoiis drugs Sitisfattioti guir-
anttssl or mout t refimilisl This Hair
iltestortr Is preiansl and sold b Mrs
i "mint Cltrk, Ninth Chirleston, Clark
Count, Ohio, or lur autliorizisl igents.
Agtnts ttantcil. (die it a trial. 1'nceSl
I per taittle.
For s.Ue In Ad llikhitis.x. Co , druggists,
SI Fast Mam strtst. and II II. Wolfe, tur
ner Marktt and High struts, Iheo. Trous.
T. J. Casper. MontanusX (iarwoisl, andM.
W. Webb & Co
Scott'. I- itiiilsion.tr I'uret.Ml I.ttrrOil with
If y.l ropluMpliiles, for M listing C Itil.lren.
Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Wat o, Texas, s,is:
"I hate used our Emulsion in Infantile
wasting, with good results. It not on! re
stores wasted tissue, out glies strength, and
I heartily recommend it for diseases attend
ed by atrophy."
BLACK BRO. 4 CO.
Superior St., Next to Postoffice, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
Succrstfnll treateii upon
The Latest scientific Principles
ai ditcoTfrrd th mat, cut in the world for
w4knM in the bck an I llmbi. involnUrr dii
rhr , tuiptcQcy,KQerl deoUtlT, ne'oaintiw,
Uokoo', coafuiion of Ii)u, palplutlon of the
hurt, timidity, trembllnf, dimaM of tiht cr
ziddlnev, dlMuet of the hJ,-throt, no or
klo, affections of tha liver, luafs, itomach or
buele ihoee terrible diaordenariilnc from the
llury habltf of youth -and secret practtcM,
blighting their moet rmdUnt hope or anticipa
tions, rerderlna; marriage lmpoeaible.
Those aufferlor from .Verroui Debility, the
ymplotneof which are a dull, dUtreaaed mind,
which unfit them for performing their bualnees
and social dutlea, make happy marriages tmpoe-
loir, uiaireae toe acuoa oi ine aean, causing
flushea of heat, depreaaion of aplrita, eril fore- '
iMMinga, cowardice, fear, dreamt, ahort breatb
inxa, melancholy, tire easily of company and
have a preference to be alone: feelinc aa tired In
the morning when retiring . loat manhood.
white bone deroalta In the nrlne. nereouaneea.
treniblinfr. confusion of thoaahta. waterr and
weak evea. dyapepala, conatlpation, palenwaa, pain
and wekneaa in the Umba, etc, abould com alt
OR. LBEKT Immediately and be reetored to
EPILEPSY OR FITS
Tosltlrelr Cnred by a Sew and e?er
fiilliug Xethod. and a Haaraatce
(ilren in Ererj Cafe.
Pereona Haloed Id Health by Unlearned Pretn1era Who Keep Tritlina with Them
Month akftcir Month, Qlviog; Polaonnue and Injurious Com
ponnda, Shoaldl Apply Immediately.
)P1 nr inf r nnDPQ Perfeetd in oldcaiea which hare been neglected or unaklll
tt liJi tlfvADhu JJ IV UO fully treated. No experiments or Kallurea. Parties treated
oy mull nd zpreaa, Dut wnere poeaiw- personal
CURABLE CA5U GUAIAMTECD.
Address with Piajtagt.
critK iiiR rn.ts.
l'lli-s are frtsjuentl preceileil by a sense
of weight in the bicV. loins and lower tart
of the atnlomen. causing the patient to ui
Mse I e h ts some effettion of the kidnes
or ueignboriiig organs. At times suiptoiiLS
of indigestion are present, flatulenc, uneasi
ness of the stomach, etc A moisture, like
versiiration. producing a ver disagrti-able
itching, after getting warm, U a coin mini
atttniLuit. lihnd. bleeding and itching
pili-s ield at once to Dr. Bosanko's
I'lle lit inetlt, which acts directly uisin the
parts t ffecteil. absorbs the tumors alia ing I
tin intense itching, and effectmg a perma
ntut cure, l'rice 30 cents. Address, The
Dr Ilosinko lletlicine Co , IMtjua, 0. iwld
hi Ad. Bikhaus A Co.
W1IKV DOCTOIto cannot help lou. then
take (ilmore's Magnetic Klixir for lour
Tliroat and I.ungs. For sale b Then.
ew. hout Town.
It !s the current reiort about town that
Kemp's Hilvim for the thro it and lungs is
m ikmg some remarkable cures with people
who are troubled with coughs. Asthma.
Itromhitis and vJiisiunption. Dr. T. J.
Casr, druggist, will gite any person a
trial bottle fret of cost. It is guaranteed to
to rebel e and cure. Price SO cents and SI.
MIDDI.K-YGKD MEN who lick vigor
and utahti cin Ih cured by (Jilniore's An
mitic Wine. For sale by Theo. Trouis.
Hundreds of letters from those using
A i r's Hiir Vigor attests its value as a re
stortr of gra hair to its natural color. As
a stimiilent and tonic, preieiiting and ofttn
curing baldness, and cleaning and soothing
the s tip. Its use cannot be too strnngl
V ItKl.lABI.K tltTICI.K.
For enteririse, push and a desire to get
such goods as will gite the trade satisfac
tion. AiL Kakhaus A Co . the dmggLsts,
lead all tom'stilion. Dr Uosanko's Cough
md Lung b.tnip. Is-caiise it's the liest mtsli
une on the mirket for Coughs. Colds,
(.roup mil rmnart Consiimptioii. lnie
o tents and SI. bamj,les free.
Carefully read adtertisements of the Al
ts rt Medical Institute. 217tf
'Eh. .lis tor." said a baillie of a m ill
txoti'i town toa friend, "he maun haebeen
an extraordin ir mm, that bhakespeire
The tre tilings hae come into his head that
in it r would come into mine at a'." Boston
Whoever Has TIsltert 'h- Shaken,
must have noticed the bright, clear com
plexion of the bisters. That bloom of
outii is the result of erfeit digestion of
food. The sallow, dtjetted countenatue
in nailing nearl all our ladies is the result
of indigestion. Tin bhakir Extract of
Hoots Csiegt I's Sirup) will giieimiiicihatt'
relief and bring Im k the glow of health.
Hint' Lu. menhant at Twin borings.
Mt Don ild toiuitt. Mo . writes Ma 'J, IsM
I hebh iker Extrut of IJisits has turtsl m
wife of sitk headiche, which she has been
ubjeit to for ttu tears, bhe feels so proud
our it that she wishes uie to snmrel thank
ou for sending the medicine to this plate."
lis I Morgan, merchant, of binpire, M.,
writes Ftb is, lssa. ; -.v gtntleiiian who
Ind been aftiuted for ears with set ere
rheimiatisiii his been perfectl curtsl b
set t n bottles, be,,,) three dozen more at
loimi; Xlen Keatl Tlil
The VolUic licit Co . of Marshall. Mich ,
oifr to send their celebrated hits tro-Vol-t
ut lit It aiidutlur Electric Appliances on
trill for thirt dis, to nun (oungandoId)
atllliteil with non oils dcbilit, loss of li-
taht and inanliis-1. neuralgia. paralsis,
and man other diseases. Complete resto
ration to health, i igor and manhood guar
anteed. No risk is incurred as thirty da'
trill is allow ed. Write them at once for
illustrated pamphlet free.
Trial proies that honetdy is the best
policy Iu medicine as well as in other
things. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is a genuine
preparation, an unequalled blood purifier,
decidedly superior to all other.
Married perwnsor you n it men contemplating
mamae nware of phyaical weaknea Loea of Pro
creative Powers, I iu potency or any otner dlqual
ifiratlons, speedily reheveil He who places him
self under the care of DR.ALB1-RT may confide
in hi honor as j(tTUe"an.mna connaemiy reiy
1 upon his skill a physician
' Immediately end and full rior restore-1 Thlt
dIsrMlng affliction which renders ife a urden
and mamas- lmpo.iib! is the penaltT paid by
J the Tlctira of improp-r Indulgence The moat
f chaste must acknowle-Ie that the pa,ions are
the great magnet br which the wboie world la at
tracted Destroy them and what ha we? Man
!la ro longer interested In the oppoit wi the in
terchange of that bh-wful repoA which attracts
and Interests the whole world eilatano lonpr;
man casea to be what (ro-I made him the woril
la no linger Interesting to him, and remora and
disappointment are nts conotant companions.
Consult DR.ALB1-P.T at once and you will find
the sympathy and relief that you poaiti rely re
quire. YOUNG MEN
Who hare become victims of aolitAry rlre, that
drealful ani destructlTe habit, which annually
sweeps to an un'imdr grave thousands of yourg
men of exa'ted tatnt and brilliant inu-llect,inay
call with full ronfiieoce
DK. ALHKKT aldreaies all tbo-e who he in
jured them9elTes by improper Indulgence and
silitajy habi s which ruin both mind and hody,
unfitting them for business, study, society or
consulutlon is preicrrexi.
DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O
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