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Teleptiooe Wo. 30.
THURSSOAY EVENING. JUNE 30. 1887.
BEPUBL1C1K COUNTY TICKET
fiEOROE C. RAWLINS.
JOHN C. 51ILLEK.
O. F. SERVISS.
JAMES 11. KABBITT&.
S. A. TotI.
JOHN 51. STEWART.
Persons leaving tbe city r ttie summer, or
for a few weeks, or for only a tew daT. can
have the Ricrsruc mulled to them, from this
tifUce. wltbont extra charue. If youaregolng
from place to place, just drop n a postal cant
and your address will be changed, sp that you
may have your home paper every day.
The renomlnatlon of Oovemor Foraker.
at Toledo, is a foregone conclusion.
Mr. Frank Alter succeeds Sir. Joseph F.
Larkin as president of the Cincinnati Na
As newspaper business is a little slack,
in Ohio, newspaper men are getting mar
ried during the lull.
Sandusky is a center for lime, plaster.
Ice, fish, grapes and pond lilies. It Is a
nice place in summer time.
Suppose Harper had carried out his pur
pose in that Chicago wheat deal: would he
have been any less a rascal ?
Harper seems to have money enough to
live higli and smoke "four for a dollar" ci
gars. In tlie Hamilton county jail.
A ballet girl recently in Chicago "voted"'
that 5Ir. Cleveland's town of Buffalo was
the wickedest city In the United States.
Your average crank Is always trying to
get some level-headed, resiectable person
to "discuss" with him 1. e. to listen to
Is nobody but Hon. Thomas A. Cow gill.
or Urbana, sufficiently patriotic to consent
to go to tlie state senate from this district?
We pause a day or two for a reply.
Some of our Ohio democratic journalists
re trying to "shelve Foraker," but it is
much too large a job for them. There
isn't a shelf in Ohio large enough to put
We are sorry to learn from so good a
source as the Xenia Gazette, that the James
town gas well "Micker." A gas well that
expects to do much business should'ut
A man named Doll, who recently killed
his wife and son, and is in jail at Canton,
Ohio, has a neck that is actually Itching
and aching for the tope- He is glad he did
the bloody deed.
It only took that very select jury. In New
York thirteen minutes by a chronometer to
convict the Broadway boodler, Jacob
Sharp. It is now hoped that lie may live
to get to Sing Sing.
A San Francisco man who got Into a
woman scrape, wrote: "AH the condemned
fools are not dead yet," and signed his
name to it. It got Into the papers-and was
universally accepted as official.
The Napoleon or finance 5fr. K. I
Harper having survived his Waterloo, and
being now In his SL Helena, the Hamilton
county jail, is bold, defiant and impudent,
just like any other swindler who gets
This is from the Zanesville TfiiMW-Rr-ronlcr.-
A cat-a-logue pussy floating down stream
on a big stick of wood.
We consider a cat pun as hardly the thing
in dog days.
Prohibitionists have a big time when they
are holding conventions. They cannot
elect any of their candidates but seem to
take a great deal of comfort in going
through tlie preliminary motions, and In
shooting off their mouths.
We are patiently waiting to see Mr.
Henry (Jeorge and the Kev. Dr. McGIyun
knock out the Itoman Catholic church in
America. It is rather a large contract and
w e shouldn't be surprised if it would take
all summer, and some weeks into the fall,
to complete it
The Canton JleixttUory quotes John
show that we ought to celebrate
than the 4th, of J illy v Per-
auience on the morning
be night of the
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Vc hnvc Mvn IiCKAiOomls, of
tlJ.,lo8 like a (.won; we Unte, writes
a, follow", "l: toTES"f "f h" ""
an? The Ohio irnihltH11 are Ilot h,uln5
.,.."'. "...'" ""iVl.Icli tliey t-M-'Ct.'.l
'r.,ianr ii,! traitor. SL John, in
flninnnpinir il'"1 IniiieiHitlon of veter-
5?,;''i of the imiliibitionlMN who
... retarded St. John as a martvr
.nri ..!? I,e ht-Httled and ridiculed the
anu sai? , .. a .. i.ii. nP.tAic.i
rilwiid for the order, and he nUirrtsl the
ui tiir ir" ii.4i i,.ss
jjl ui lilt- n in ill's ni'ini I-IMIH-. .,
, liow foolish the attempt was. to make ,
,!Keal capital of the altalr.
Ho intense. Indeed. wx the indignation
jnone Mime old veteran of this city, that
.fliey proiKoed.to hold a special indignation
meetine, and appoint a committee to wait
upon St John and express tlieir lndipia
tlon at lili coar-e reflections, upon the sol
dier. This offensive Mull" from a man
who timer lose a chaiicetocomiiliment the
rebels of the south for their consersion to
prohibition, was not accepted by his most
ardent admirers, and many of them express
the opinion that Cleveland mistake In re-
j tumlne the Maes was equaled by St. John's
, mistake In making the
I necessary reference to
I last night. Ev Idently
unpleasant aiidun -
tlieni xxhtch he dltl
lie did not hud n
him in town as he
m"c" &1 IWIUIC 11T
I desired, for he left
before the convention
, really began.
Tlie Dayton Joiiriiiif Is "on top" in the
controversy between it and an esteemed
local contemporary aslothedrive-well busi
We are crediblv inlormed that the citi
7ens committee, "appointed at tlie court
house meeting, on the subject of driven
wells, visited Cincinnati vesterday, accom
panied by K. I.. Howe, esq . their attorney,
and effected an agreement with Follett. 1I
man .V Kelly, attomevs for tlie owners of
the driven-well patent, by which parties in
tho citizens' committee iool agree to pav t
I said attorneys the sum of nine dollars, the
I committee colleetingonedollar from parties
involved, as the rate for collection from
each jiersoii involved, and that the commit
tee agree to furnish the names of partlfs
using the well. The patent attorneys ac
ceded to this one dollar reduction, because
it was the commission thev were pa)iug to
their agent in Dayton for collecting the S10
royalty. So that the sum to be paid bj
those who have used the drive well patent is
ten dollars. The citizens' committee will
get one dollar for collecting the royalty. In
stead of the agent, and this will be applied
to the pav ment of law yers' fees and for job
printing, if there was any.
The Ohio SUite Journal has the follow
ing editorial paragraph, which puts the
truth in the matter in a nutshell-
The 25,000 machines that are to lie sent
out from the great East street shops in
Springfield this year will bring in to W. X.
VYIilteley, receiver, a little mint of twiner.'
knock him out of his receivership and
knock him in again to the presidency of
Whiteley, Fassler A- Kelly, of which linn
lie w as before president, officers ami cor
IKiratlon. You can't break up a linn w liich.
a day or two after It goes into the hands if
a receiver. Is able to borrow half a million
of dollars fruin the ereilitor who aseil for
the receiver's apimiiilineiit.
Kxactly. The hast .street simps will run
right along, for a biindied years, without a
day's break, and we don't belie. Mr
Whiteley will get an opimrtiiuiiy of going
a lishing in all that time.
There was an episode at the Yale com
mencement dinner m Wednesday, lion.
John ICaiidoIph Tucker, of Vilginia, lieing
present. President Dniglit ejaculated:
"Yale university and the state of Connecti
cut extend the right hand of fellowship to
old Virginia." 51r. Tucker sprang to his
feet, and grasping President Dwight by the
hand, attempted to reply, but the outburst
of applause was s enthusiastic that he
stood several minutes holding the president
by the hand before he could be heard. Mr.
Tucker thanked President Dwight for his
noble sentiment and praved Cod to bless
the union of Connecticut and Virginia ami
If the royal persons of Europe w ish to
see our Mr. Blaine they should call at his
hotel. He is an affable, courteous geutle
man and would treat thttin as courteously
as he would the av erage American citizen,
so long as they conducted themselves prop
erly. We hope that this will be all the no
t tication Queen Victoria, the Kmjieror
William. King (ieorge of (Jreece. King
Humbert of Italy, and other, of tlieir per
suasion, will need. We hope Humbert will
send in his card, for he is a royal eood fel
low, and would be if he were nothing more
than a dealer in "banatis" instead of a
New York law now pronounces bicycles
and tricycles to be carriages, in all that the
term Implies, and no ordinance can lie
passed or enforced which provides for their
exclusion from any public highw a y, street,
avenue, roadway, driveway, parkway or
pablic place, at any time when the same is
open to the free use of iersoiis having and
using other pleasure carriage. The law is
now in lorce, aud It admits 'cycles into
Central park, as well as into all other
parks which hav e carriage drives.
5Ir. J. P. Martlndell, democratic candi
date for the clerkship of the courts in Clark
county, wants the rebel flags returned and
will "want" for a longtime, and die "waut
ing." And Prohibition St John sneers at
tlie (1. A. It and the union veterans be
cause they prottsted against "that same."
Tbe bourlions and the prohibitionists seem
to have some very' measly sentiments in
common. We hav e suspected as much foi
5Ir. Yan Phon Lee, of Fragrant Hills,
China, who delivered his graduating ora
tion at Yale Wednesday, gave "The Other
Side of the Chinese Question." It must
have been a very interesting. production,
and we presume it will get into print
A Dayton banker says, through the
Jourioif, that the Fidelity bank will pay
fifty ier cent to depositors.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
The most violent earthquake since 1s
was felt Weliiesday.atniiaya.iuil, Ecuador.
King 5Iilan. of Servia. has ordered that
Queen Natalie lie not allowed to n-turu
. The growth in Crown Prince Frederick
William's throat has been almost entirely
removed. He has, however, caught a bad
cold and will require careful treatment. i
Creditors of C.J. Kershaw, ot Chicago, '
secured an onler from court making .Mr.
Charles B. Eggleston a general iiartncr, I
and thereby making him responsible for the
debt ot the firm, which will reach nearly
Base Ball Cincinnati !i. Cleveland ;
Brooklyn C, Athletic 4; St. Louis Id,
Louisville 10; 5Ietroiolitans in, Jlaltimoie
T; Washington 7, Pittsburg 0; Detroit S,
Philadelphia 7: Columbus 10. Kalamazoo 1:
Mansfield !!0. Wheeliug 11; Zanesville 11,
Over five hundred citizens of Kowan
county, Kentucky, met at 5Iorehead.
Very strong resolutions were adopted, and
a pledge signed by all who attended, to
protect with their lives, if found necessary,
the citi7eus from the lawless acts of des
At a meeting of the executive committee '
of the Ohio republican league, at Colum
bus, it was decided to hold a state conven
tion at Toledo. July 2y. Other states will
lie represented, and a conference held rela
tive to forming a national league ot repub
Full line of fresli vegetables and fniits in
market, at Hold A- Lyon s groeeiy.
I Center streets.
Kio. 0., Juno BO. l'rof. .1. W. Wood's
motlier and sister, Mrs. Dr. Laj bourne, of
SprlnEfield. were here isitinR him last
week. They returned Saturday. . .Super
intendent James Fleming of the countp In
firmary was here Sunday, looking after
s-omo paupers . uev. r a. ifevore. oi
WiM Milton, O., a fanner ininiMer of the
Christian church heie. preached forusSun
day morninu and nlelit the ( A. It.
post hero will gio a l.iwn fete in tho Enon
school yard next Saturd.i rxenini;. Music
will U furnished by the Dniinelsville band.
K"V. Dr. Kunan. of Spriiigtield, will
deliver a memorial address to tills
jxist at IMnrielsUHe. Ohio, next Sunday
afternoon at tlie 51. K. church. All are in
vited to hear this address, which will well
renav am one the trouble of going . .AI-
Johnston, of Wyoming Territory. Is
hereon a visit to his father. T. 1. John
ston, who has been dangerously sick for
the past month .. Mis llattie Drake, of
Tolx'ka. Kansas, Is visiting relatives in this
nelghliorhood. . .Samuel Kinley, of Mem
phis Tennessee, is here on a visit to his
grand parents, 5Ir. and 51 rs. New ton Jllller.
south of Knon . .A. 11. Smith sent a few
davs in Cincinnati. Ohio, last week. .
Miss Laura Duckwell. of Iirookville. ()., is
lliecuestof her brother. Dr. Duckwell. of
this place. .Kev. Mr. Wingate, of Cataw
ba. O . will preach in the Christian church
here next Sunday morning . . .5llss 5Iollie
lLmsoiii. or Spr ntield, O , Is visiting at
Ii.t miis mill L'miutii:iieiits here. . .5Iar-
".... iMw,j;..,.i ,,, ia, Uvn visiting his
, Braiuliiareiil.s at Iirookville. ().. the past
I ,)rn w(H'ks. returned Monday The
i ..... i,ar,,.st u nt.vv under full head way
alllI is g oeiy harvested. Tho drought
' however, is legining to effect the growing
L vwiikm I VII i.K, June SO. Prof essor
Williard. of Heidelberg college. Tlflin,
Ohio, was here this week in the Interest of
that school. .. -A township Sunday school
meeting will lie held at Jacksonville next
Sunday afternoon. . . 5Irs. Jacob Snyder
and Peter OverhoNer are on the sick list.
, . David (C.I Baker is the happiest man
' In the township over the arrival of a pair
juf twins, a boy and girl . Kev. Dr. Kun
jjau delivered an able discourse at No. 1
scIhhiI house last Sunday to a large and at
tentive audience .A 5lr. Klinefelter and
i sister, of Lancaster countv, Pennsylvania.
are visiting relatives here. ... Wheat har
dest will be imishod this week. The crop
will tie a good one. though somewhat in-
liiriM ov ny . . . i lie mucin lireacini'K i me
Reformed church has been changed fromf
night to afternoon and morning. Preaching
next Sunday at :i p. m .. .Mrs. Samuel
Stitiinan visited friends in the city last
week .. Mrs. Edwards of city vis
ited relatives here last week ..
Young Charley Kyiiian, who left here so
suddenly three weeks ago, has written to
his pxrents, from Packwood, Iowa, that he
is at his uncle's and dome well. A desire
! to see the wost was the reason he left with
out telling anyone w hero he was going
5Irs. J. C. Byers is visiting her daughter at
Cambridge City. Indiana Prof. B. F.
Klzer toes to a tow n in w estern Iowa this
week, where he will take charge of a class
In elocution . . -5Irs. 5Iary Ednilston is
seriously ill, with the chances against her
recovery .. .The wheat crop this season
slnws tlie benefit of commercial fertilizers,
and most of our farmers will ue It this fall
when they seed. There appears to lie but
little choice between the different brands.
Cvrvvwiv, June 10. Childien's mis
sionary day will In observed at the 51. K.
ehuii'hatlo o'clock a.m. ill two weeks
from last Siiiuday. In the afternoon of the
same day it will lie observed at Pleasant
chaH-l. Kesponsive and concert readings,
recitations, readings, singing, etc., by the
children ...Mrs. Bruce 5Ielvin and chil
dren, of Springfield, are visiting relatives
in and about the village. Mr. 51. is in
5Iaryland. winking new "Champions.". . .
J. C Pace, wile and daughter, ofSpnng
held. are visiting (fiend- and relatives in
this vicinity . .Mr. ami Jlrs. Smizer. of
Ft Wayne, hid., are the guests of 5Ir.
and 5Irs. X. S. Conway . . .Mrs. .lames C.
Conway, of Ft. Wavne, hid., is visiting
her parents, near South Charleston. . .The
fanners are all busily engaged in wheat and
hay h.tivest. Their work Is very much
lighter at this season on account of hay
forks and binders Aaron T.Allen was
in the village on business Monday and
Tuesday ..Fannie 51ahar Is attending
normal school at (Jreenville, Darke rouuty,
O. . .Mrs. Porter is visiting her grana
daughter. 5Irs. Ella Hendricks, at Cold
Springs, west of Spnngfield.
(h:Kt'MHoi.is. June no. We are glad to
learn that there has been an increase hi
fning to church. That is right, for churches
are good things to have in communities. ...
Yes Coiusoi. of thecitv, called ou friends
in (in-cnojMiMs last week. . A httle.Vyear
old when told to sit down and not lie run
ning around on Sunday, answered why do
folks go to town ou Sunday? ...It P. Dud
ley, of I-agonda. seiit Sunday with J. O.
Hall . 5Irs. 5hller. of near Enon. cajled
ou her ilaughter.5Irs. Had Jacobs. Sabhath.
. .J. B. Pattou entertained friends
this week from Vandalia, Ohio
Our democratic friends who said last fall
that they voted for the best meu, will have
a line opiMirtuuity of choosing and making
a ticket this fall election, with four tickets
in the field. 51ost certainly they can be
pleased. ..The young church members of
Emory are requested to meet at the church
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock sharp 5Iiss
Daisy Littleton, of the Springs, is spending
a fevv days with Miss 51ollie and Lillie
Sparrow .. .Charles Weimer, of (ireenop
ol is, spent a few days in Cedarvllle with
his sister, 5Irs. Boyd.
riililtilriilittl tu mi- .
Your nose and mouth and eyes are nght
And yet you are not handsome imite.
Your skin is had ami that is why
Cliamplln's Liquid Pearl you should apply:
Then tan, lreckles, pimples, all will disap
pear, Your face lie wondrous fair and clear;
In social circles near and far
You will become the regnant star.
(Ireeuville. X. C, reports great excite
ment In that vicinity. Xuuibers of young
men are buying arms and ammunition,
lawless whites are banding with the ne
groes and adding to the strife.
A .Xlllltitmle ir Ailments.
The ailments which atllict the kidneys
and bladder are so numerous, that merely
to name them would fill a space far out
running the limits of this article. Sufiice
it to say, that they are both obstinate and
dangerous. Totheirprevention Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters is well adapted. The stim
ulus which it lends to the action of the kid
neys when they are lethargic, serve to cTmn-
teract a tendency in them to lapse first into
a Mate of iernicious inactivity, and afterward-
into one of Kijit:ve organic disease,
which soon destroys their delicate integu
ments, isiisons the blood and cau-es death.
double purKse is served by thlsdepureiit.
It promotes activity of the kidneys and ex-
Ik-Is impurities from the blood which have
no natural channel of outlet, except those
organs. Constipation, billiousiu-ss, fever
and ague, rheumatism and dyspepsia, are
also remedied by this medicine ot thorough
action and wide scoie.
William Kissane has nleii a demurrer in
the circuit court at San Francisco to the,
suit of tho Chemical National bank of Xew
York. holding that the action is barred by
the .statue of limitations.
?oother at liaud. It is the ouly safe
medicine yet made that will remove all
Infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
or Morjiftine, but gives the child natural
eate fruin pain. Price 25 cents. Sold by
Frank H. Coblentz, comer Market and
.Mrs. 5lary Ball, the wife of a wealthy
farmer near 5It. Vernon. O.. was lined SIM
and costs for truellv beating a little colored
Backache, aching sides ami kidneys, sore
muscles, stitch, crick are removed by tlie
Emperor William expects to start for Ems
Wednesday, and to meet Francis Joseph at
THAT HACKING COUOH can be so
quickly curtsl by Shlloh's Cure. We guar
antee It For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Fetich VVnrshlii of the Kncllfth llrawlnff
Kuiiiilt the Moli'p Men r.
In England that institution (ailed the
drawing mom bus in It about as much
rationality as may l)c found In any form
of fetich worship nniong the savages of
Afnca In the piercing east winds of
March hundreds of delicate young girl-,
of middle ,igcl ladies, and tottering old
dowager-bare iheii arms and latks half
way to tlie vval-t, put on trains to whlih
the peaiink s is h dusty joke, mid set out
in broad d-tyhght to sjiend uu hour or mi
In their carriage-, waiting their turn for
presentation or simple attendance. The
rudest roughs mid roars t hcum of laui
don gather round the carriages, standing
stationary for a quarter of nil hour at it
time, or moving forward at a foot s pace.
They pie-s vln-e. flattening their noses
against the glas--. making brutal remarks
and pii ing round little jokes The show
is for them as well as for the immediate
actors, mid they are not minded to lose
the lienellt of it. The pretty young girls
have to run the gauntlet of mi admiration
that l- more offensive than llattcnng.
The plain ones hear n few- nnvnrni-hed
words which make no pretense of gilding.
The stout old ladies with their quivering
teres of flesh display cd according to the
rule-, ii ml the thin iiui'iqu.igui:ir!au-.
bronchitlc, nervous, timruiie ore saluted
with ilori.-ioii ami iritiriMsl without
Only that ecrtnin kind of opulent liean
ty, which Is radiant with health mid des
titute of nerves, enjoys the ndmimtum,
which to others sounds more like insults
than praise; and this kind sits well for
ward in thetarringe, with a white hand
and Hrm and polished shoulder generously
displayed; and the ron&hs are not un
grateful This is the first of tho day's
ordeals to be gone through by those who
attend the drawing rooms on their own
account or to present their daughters, as
a kind of fetichiatic dedication on theirin
trcsluctiou to society and the marriage
market. Within the jukice the is tish is
even more painful than has been the slow
transit, semi nude, m bmad daylight, in a
biting wind and thmugh the gross tougucd
crowd. A well dressed mob strive- for
front places and first moments as stren
uously as its nigged brethren in the i "Iirciir-I'UIIA."
streets. Its language is more choice, and ! Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney,
its lists are not so free: but its elbows are Bladderaudl. riuary Diseases tl. Atllrugglst. ,
Hssliarp, and it knows how to use them: j ,,. -,- .,;.. m.i.s toe. -nd 25c. '
while pretty feet, daintily cased in silken , gmai granules. e mall dose, big results, pleas
stockings and satin shoes, prove that high ant in operation, don't di-turb the stomach. '
heels are by- no means inefficient pestles ;
There hav e been draw ing rooms where i . . . "',t,,,,"':?.'.l:J, "I'?1"",' i . .
the struggle has been severe ...deed, so
that the tloor has lieen strevv n vv ith ilovv J
ers and ribbons mid jewels, as the wrecks I
and t-noll of liattle; and vvhtnee the fair,
flesh ot theMveet faced combatants Lti
carried uvray scratches and bruises as
tokens of the contest. And all for what
To puts, in one rapid moment, before tlj
qtieen and her court, Maudlin; In n semi
circle a little behind her. mute and mo
tioules!isM)iii.ui wax Henri's nt Madame
Tiissand's. There is no kindlj conversa
tion, no pleasant speeches, ns in the even
ins receptions m Ital), say, where the
queen receives the bameusnnv other lady,
and her disnit) as queen enhances her
Mvectness ns hostess. It is a" mere lifeless ,
form, out of which every fragment of hu
manity nml common sense has been ab
stracted. But nil this ijerson.il discomfort
find distress the women of Knghiud vvill
litijily undergo for the ,ike of the fetich
they have created and now adore. The i
Atlilress tti Young l'liit Lilt.
"Yoiinn men ami women, ' some prae-'
tical old physician will i-a some da in
addressing a KRidiuttinc tlas 1M medi
cine, "v on are about to kooiU into the
world as doctors, to extrnit n livmi; from
its Inhabitants Most of j oil are jouiu;
men, und I take it for (panted that jou
are Kcntlemeii, although I don't know
such to be the case. A lew of j on are
young women, and 1 take It equally for
granted that you are ladies, though for
purposes of sclent I lie demonstration my
opinion on tlds subject could not be taken i
as conclusive. Hut I trust you may be
mercifully spared from the folly of ever,
ap4Ukill. Ot OUM!Sft MA Im1vt ,1., til,',, wr ,
gentleman iktors. The one title is asnp
propriatenstheother. Letthescrubladies, (
the wash ladies and ihamber ladies, the I
sales ladies and the fore ladies continue to I
monopolize tlie professional use of the
word lady. Xev er let me hear of a ladj
doctor. The term is ridiculous. If I bad
a daughter who called herself a lady doi
tor I should try to mairj her to some
gentleman preaiher, nnd then I would
have them both put in a ulass case and
kept on exhibition as a warning to man
kind. If it liecomeR uctunllv. necessary to
designate jour sex in shaking of you as
phvsicians, you are male doctors and fe
male doctors, or doctors and loctri-ses, if
jou prefer The Ixinl created you male
ami female. licmemlier that It is not
a reproach to vou, or he would not have
done it A medical colleisecan onlj make
jou doctors. It inn t make jou lady and
gentleman doctors t he 1oid N't hanked."
Tali inn On" the ll.it.
The habit of taking oil the hat while
talking to ladies is falling into disuse, that
is, the uncovering in public places like the
post ofllre. elevator, theater lobbj, exixi
sitioii, etc. The rea-on Ls found in the in
creased practicalness of the age Men do
not fancy sacrificing their good looks for
the sake of gallantry, and that's what thev
would do nine times out of ten should thej
doll in a liurrv-. They would reveal a
mussed up head of hair (for how long will
a man's hair look nicel or. in these days
of Kildness, a shining pate So, by keep
ing n his cephalic covering, ho doesn't
have to graspcither horn of the dilemma.
And then another fait that weighs
heavily, toj. is the presence of women
everywhere now. m all the busj places
w here once w omen were never seen. In
shop, faitory, store, they are employed to
such nn extent that it is diUlcult to give to
the sex that chivalrous attention which
oncevva-s accorded them because of tlw
iufreqtiency of their public apj-earaiue.
A Club's "Sinok Talks."
The St- Ilotolph club, of lloston, has had
frequent "smoke talks" of late. Mieting
informally in its largest room, an olf hand
discussion of aie given topic is made
by that memlier or invited guest who is
most competent to speak upon it thn com
pany smoking Hvvay meantime as assidu
ously n.s so many Dutch governors. After
the address, and some general chat about
it, a supper consisting of hard crackers
and cheese, sandwich's und beer, in sup
plied. Harper's llazar.
Shooting at JIats.
An exierienccd sportsman says that the
hardest things to shoot are Kits. They
are quick, mak sharp turns in nil direc
tions and are difficult to kill. Shot holes
through their wings will tint bring tlieni
down, and n story is told of one kit vv Inch
flew away with twenty holesmi its wings
Kansas City Tunes
AVer's Sarsaparilla oieiates radically
upon the blood, thoroughly cleansing and
invigorating it. As a safe aud absolute
cure for the various disorders caused bj'
constitutional taint or infection, this
remedy has no equal. Take It this
rum Oouffht,OoWi, ITorf new. Cri Athma,
iiisAru-i.it i a. V, LnoDinir Couch. Incipient CUUM1IT1I-
- '".. 7T. r -. .-- .i
Krwons lit Jvancd stag? of
BdiMl, IliroXSrta. Cau
lion, ana rcucTi mivuDipuTF
tion. ab Crcauuio vr.
Comah $rrp U poU onlf in
tt trrum-erv. una di r ottr
istwtHl Trade-lUrks to t.
tuWallrad in a Cirdt.a Ht
Caution Labd, " the
nfs m T x.- sb n.. b.w
! s t. rir u. ." w
mp . uJiinKro, mo- u a. a.
Otew Lcea P"-! freatTofcarro An-
UftMI-niM lUlMi-WMi vj mu viuiBbB
s) run if t'lgs, 1
Manufactured only by tlie California Fig
Syrup Co., San Frauclsco, Cal.. Is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may be had at
Dr. Casper's drug store. 50c. and SI bottles.
i It is the most pleasant) prompt and effeet
! ive remedy known to cleanse the system: to
I act on tho liver, kidneys, and bowels gent-
Iv yet thoroughly: to dnjiel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to curt' constipation,
indigestion, and kindred ills.
General Sheridan says the idea that he
iissiinmendeil the return of the reliel tlags
In Hiii r, .ii.il to th- P.oi.t.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion is a toe to good na-
The linmin digestive apparatus is one of
, the most complicated ami wonderful things
in existence. It is easily pet out of older.
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
bad rookery, mental worry, late hours, ir
regular habits, ini many otherthiiigs which ;
ought not to be. have made the American
people a nation of dyspeptic-.
But Green's Augu-t Flower has done a
wonderful work ill irforiiiing this sad busi
ness and making the American people -o
healthy that thev can enjoy their meals and
remember No liappinesswithoiit health.
But Green's August Mower brings health
and happiness to thedy-peptic. Ask your
druggist for a bottle. Seventy -five cents.
The jubilee of Queen Victoria ended on
Wednesday with a brilliant garden party.
The royalties have departed.
irl. l..a i
C VWVSOW Bunwr
! is warranted. Is because it is the best (
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
' tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
I whole system.and thoroughly builds up the
i constitution. Iiemember, we guarantee it
' Frank -H Coblentz. corner 5Iarket and
Uigh stre, t-.
A regiment of German army engineers ,
is to build a railway for a privatecontrac- ,
I tor. If the plan works well the services of
I milltaty engineers will be hereafter used in '
that way extensively.
: I ""r' '" ' " V h:lff""i, ?.-,
A f article, mire and clean, sweetens, freshen
bleaches ami whitens without Blithest injury
to tluct fabric, Vnequ illedforfinelinensand
lace, pencral household, kitchen and laundry
Use. Jsouens water, eves lauor ami aoap.
Added to ttarch increases tloss, prevent yel
lowing. 5c.. 10c, -5c at (irocers or dracelsts.
This ponder neTerwries A marvel of pur
rlty. strength anil wholesomeness. More eco
nomical ttiau theorillnary kind, and tanuot
be sold lu competition with the multitude of
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate
powders, sold only In cans Royal IIuim.
1'owuis On.. UK Wall street. Xew York
Kooms 5 A . Mitchell Block
S. E. Cor. Main and Market St.
sssvtaor ickika tssth carrsa
HS. LIM HOCKKK, 55 and57 Aroad. Print
er, KnxniTcr and Fashionable Stationer
vfeddlnKE Ktds and calling cards a specialty.
A. 11KOSS CO., UKDERTAKKK8,
Office and Wareroam. 46 W. Main St.
Residence 1"JW Ulgh st.
JOHNSON C DOKXK,
LKSSIKSOrTBK K. L. RAHRrrT k SOS'fl BOOI
170 West Colarahla, street.
OeneralBook Binders and Blank Book Mane
: Jsi i.
rtrn in nlm nrt i Hr ., cttmfurt mid
K tltirnbilitvaiifl ure the rriffntng
Jf$ A favorites In fimhUutablreirfie,
Our name s J .4, T.COUSI NS,
U on every s.,1- ( NEW YORK.
Agents for .SrRiM.HFLli
Rouse & Parsons.
Gained 15 Pounds.
I tiaoheeii u urrent Miiffercr from
Torpiil Lhtr ami llwisiu Kery
tiling: I Ble illHarvvil villi me mil II I
I ran tiow itiirst nnv klml offooit:
iieterliaten livmlarlie, nutl liat e;aiiis .
r(t fifteen Hnni In ueislif .'
w. :. sen iirzi:, Columbia. K. v.
I r u r a withnnt
I .1 ()ctot-T 19.
lHTii. Wii box iU
I itira ttitt tiii-wr
iruiiHe oie in iour nay or ie-it.
Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
?sf pirEPnlntr rf.tlU & finm th nut nf
cutrl-, mi'tulut or oil of paniiwuoi whicb ax
certain t jn-ltnf lysintia.
l"nce $1 aa sou ly ail dmrists or mailed oa
ists or mailed oa
i-l " itiit; rifr luruitfr
ivsruciiur -n i ior nrniur.
.!. ('. ALLAN CO.,
f. O Boi 153 or 83 Joha L,S. r.
rurf Uwnuttivn f AVat
sSm1 frta yo.ib(iiI mm, Auls?l1y nt honM. U!Sp. I
iitHiKonnu iiritaiF tuarain irni i it1, immnj i
Iv reliable. :iO earm vaiksrrienee.
I Tke J.
a. ion,uraiio,, n muru, wiiiti
. . L-.... ..,-. ttar-JstwalSSSSSSSSSSSSS
n RED FEELING
CAIN in the HACK & SIDES
IDNEY AND LIVER
OR SALE B AU. DRVG01S7
I he Genuine his 1 rade Mirk aid crowed Re
m on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
T. M. Gugenheim.
DecIFne In Flour f
A 1,1. IIEALEHS AYII.L UK TV 1 1.
eOLDEH FLEECE !i
Flour at tht following prices: I
Per barrel, h wood or !
sacks, - - - $5.20
1-4 barrel, 4Sths, - - 1.30
1-8 barrel. 24l-2ths. - .65
We guarantee Golden Fleece
Flour tobe always
In the niarki',. Ak Tor it
aii.i takeuoither brAiid.
Imllsponsalilp In Hot "leather.
W. H. SCH1VUS,
44 SOri'll XAKKKT ITKEbT.
Only the Best Beef, Mtton,
Lamb, Veal and Pork ir
Win. Grant's Sens
1 16 E. High St.
n INSTALMENT DEALER
VV ill find just wnat titer need A FULLLlIC
OF INSTALMENT GOODS soM oaftc
Instalment Uixliks' Scm.r Co, Krlv.v
T IT! COME
BRUCE. HAUK & CO.'S
Hundreds of men's Sack and Frock Suits, open or to
button, high, round or square cut, bound or double
stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits,
made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught
ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15, in blue
cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business
marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8.
SLAUGHTER IN BOYS' CLOTHING !
Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants School
Suits, reduced to $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's
$4, $5. $6 and $7 Suits, reduced to $2.50, $3 and $4.
The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season.
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
POPULAR CLOTHIERS. 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE.
Can be found at the great
GEORGE C. HANCE & CO.
USTq. 14 TVest :Ma.in St.
o those stn ... r-rf". .
ynh th t -; rt-.;:? '""
wit), .1 "" -""rai. Out
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w to ihi.v .:""n rs..: .""
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sis ir s,..i iui m -s-
h.i. ''""- ro -l"70r "K-aler
rou IJS " have him
.An rainent rhTji
To bulM i,r .
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no tlltwc ... I """aeilnf
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e'e"rittTotnl t "l ' ffuMerationl "c, .
fWch reqaires mo1"'6 ,h"
ll..j ' "" "nrn not rwv... . .
j-ueKent an J im -l - mis
. - u must n .z
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s.r . imikfsi f.. .
not tfm. frt ,..'." " nonfmeri:r;
"lir tmn i. ,.!.. "wine
urd - 'Wk 'r ouirhrr ... "'tuurM
WHELDON & MERRILL,
WHOLESALE ANli RETAIL DEALERS IX
.TVCICSOIV A. SPECIALTY.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG
Stove and Kindling Wood.
Agrutfl fur llurd Con I Co. ami FrAnLlIn Coal Co., of Jackson, U.
Office and Yards: Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254.
, t Hr 1 (mi Tbon-Bii In:
CBociBaweTuresuireaioautuui tr xuooz
HSSSfr SEMINAL PASTILLES:
AainfilJPIiTiiii 1Vw-vli Ynwiif Vli
!! Asdlltn- Vftctunl fori IrhtYmr-i in t-i
ajrl andhrnVm lirnrri mm tn th fll s9BiormnfcnF
lF'ect aad tali Manly Btrennh antl uroroas ifaalth.
To tho wSostuTt f roia t ho Dn7 obaenrsdiaaes
rroaclit about bf Inliffion,i-xwiir-i,tr.Urala
ot k.crtoo f r-w Ialolrnr woak that 70c sea4 as
rnr Banuiifvth tatnnt of Tnar1rmhl.uu! an n i n
TBIALsl'ACKAd K ntFwit h Illaat'a aophlJla,
RUPTURED PERSONS can hao FRH
r Baal aa4 HUUaMrf
parposnrtt. K u.sUsid auaaJaal
ftsiai ta Bomri
1cm thaa f alloaa af
SuA toe llla-trat a
t aaa prtM Um, ftaa.
J. J. WATROUS.
HmaticM4, Toalhrul la,r
amre.NrrvoM. Debility cnJS7
Hark Hxl., Co, II M. litis M4
rtaJ.ieti. rv a-u i nmuiiu.
jpy 47 9v
lx rcn 'jG9o
IT 1 !
Cheap Shoe Store of
I alone, w. t,.... l
i 'tr m "'""a
cn de-fen.-7Z' Klau '-
ine unir.r..! -. .. I;
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set it 7' u"nltion.
unner rh- r... ;r""uy-
w f- "" -iiea Sft. ii
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w . . ':.ivialfr.
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tilh IJCSCua kl hiumsa. A
jthmiw tDnis( Flivciptra. OJ auacS
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TBIATaOTT.-!nltasts.p. Tntm.U. tin.
HARRIS REMEDY COM Bn
Titml of cur AppfMnoo. AakforTarmal
Or ike I.I.B.r Habii, Pa.ltUrlr Carrd
kr -: !v-rla Dr. llalara
It can b given in a cD of coffee or tea
without the knowledge ot vv; person taking
It; ls absolutely harmless, anv will effect a
permanent and speedy cure, wheuter the pa
tient Is a moderate drinker or an coaolle
wreck. Thousands of drunkards base been
made temperate men who hare taken Gotten
Specific In their coffee wtthoat their knowl
edge, and today believe thev suit drinking of
their own free will. It never falls. The sys
tem once Impregnated with tbe Speciflc.lt
becomes an utter Impossibility for the liquor
appetite to exist. For sale b; Ir. T-J.Cas-
Ser. feast Main street, and Theo. Troupe,
lain and .Marketstreets.SprtinSeld.O.
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