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BEPTJBLIC, TCTESPAT- EVENING, ,TULT 5, 1887.
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The oulr brand of Lauuilry Soap
awarded a first class medal at tlio
New Orleans Kxiwsltlou. Guaran
teed absolutely pure, awl for general
twusekold purposes U the veryjxs
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THUS. O. BROWN,
SPIIICnELi PIIUSIIIE COMMIT,
Publisher and Proprietors.
TBI BTKXINQ KatrCBLIC U published
CTer renins: eicpt Sunday, and ! ;
crad at the rate o 10c. per week. Single
THI WEEKLT ltr.PUlJl.IC Is published
ercn Thursday, and it one ol the most eonr
niMM. nmn nrainawn in Lnc euuuuk
lit WH. markets complete, ncpicir
a news and miscellany, f 1 per tear,
InrarUbli eaata In adranee.
All eommunlcatlons and contributions
snouic oe aaaressea to uumw '
editor, and all business letters to Taoa-aa O.
SPRIW QFIIXD. OHIO.
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TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 6. 1887.
REPUBLIC! COUNT! TICKET.
GEORGE C. RAWLINS.
J01IN C. MILLKK.
0. F. SERV1SS.
JOHN M. STEWART.
J. M. BENNETT.
Persons leaving the city for the summer, or
for a lew weekv or -lor ooiy a jew ows.ru
hith HrpRt-ur milled to them, from this
offlee. without extra charge. If you are going
from place to place, just drop us a postal card
and your address will be changed, so that you
may nave your nome pairr ever? uy.
The fourth liad its usual quota of trage
dies and catastrophes.
Theuuion labor party Is ImMlue a state
convention In Columbus, and will nomi-
nete a state ticket today.
Frank Carpenter writes: "Some men are
born great and some are bom in Ohio,
which means about the satue thing.
This is the fifth of July. "Silence, like
a poultice"' lias couie (as Oliver Wendell
Holmes says) to "heal the blowsof sound,
One thousand Philadelphia brewery eiu
nlnrM will leave the Knights of Isbtir on
account of the new temperance rules of the
A skv rocket destroyed the Weber malt
house at Cincinnati, Monday night, involv
ing the lives of three men and a jiecumary
loss of 8150,000. The Pring of that rocket
was a costly bit of fun.
The Knights of Labor took a leading
nrt In rvlehratin? the Fourth at Columbus
and Mansfield. At Mansfield Senator
John Sherman made a presentation of the
advantages and advances of civilization in
the United States, and denounced vigorous
ly anarchy, communism and socialism.
Penasylyania union soldiers and the con
federates of Pickett's brigade have been
fighting over the series of battles of Gettys
burg, on the spot, bine July 2d, in a very
friendly, fraternal way. ine Doys in oiue
and the boys in gray have been having a
mumlfirent time, and it is pretty certaiu
that the next time they fight, it will be
with each other on tne same sme aim not
against each other.
ir .n n. Matthews, formerly editor of
the old Springfield Dully Times, whose
plant was purchased and its subscription
nf taVen In bv the owners of the ItKri'n-
j.ic a dozen or so years ago has just left
the Indianapolis SniHnrt to become man
aging editor of the Memphis (Tenn.) Aji
jeal, one of the most enterprising and
prosperous papers in the south. Mr. Mat
thews is a graceful and vigorous writer and
h. hihand of a brilliant Springfield lady
(formerly Miss Nellie Frye) and we there
fore predict for him a most successful
Mr. Powderly lias a contribution in the
current issue of the Journal of UnUnl
Lalior in which he makes use of the follow
ing strong expressions:
I know that in refusing to even touch a
drop of strong drink I was and am right.
In refusing to treat another to that which I
do not believe to be good for myself to
drink. I know I am right. In refusing to
associate with men who get drunk, I know
lam right Innotallowlnga rum-sellerto
gain admittance into the order of the
Knights of Labor, 1 know 1 am right. In
advising our associates not to rent halls or
meetinc-rooins over drinking places, I know
that 1 am right I have done this from the
" ay my voice was first heard in the council
slMU of our order. My position on the
" 'itrtlou of temperance Is right I am de
stined and will not alter It one jot or
Edward Talluiadge lloot a resident
the son of the. late Itev. Ed-
Koot, formerly pastor of the Con-
church, and of Mrs. Mary
madee Koot stood second In the
class that ever graduated from 1 ale
lrersity 151, In June, ltSi. fueorcu-
the same rank as a scholar thai lus
ok iu 1S. Young ltoot entered
the Junior year and hence could
had if the appointment ne wouiu nave
there. Hu.iverslty MUKe n"1" been
school in SeptL entCT Ytie DlvlaItv
main in ew flSJ- 1Iis mother will re
untll dwardcoriK"tDC9Eto 8treet
many Springfield friXhls8ludies- The
Edward rejoice over X Mra- Ko0t a"d
jotmg man has attain.! XmiDence the
FEBSCT.irt'A.I ITSMATLKI. .
About the first thing the average New
York visitor from Springfield does, on his
arrival, is to go to see Central park. In
t Ldoeswk but
people wno nave noi seen .i
will do well to bear iu mind
nlnd that there is
..nthlnin hi unrt nrmtv ntlier. of cone-.
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spondlng dimensions that is finer than the ' recognize any panicnmr coiiihxu"" "
Keiiylake and I,s surroundings In Fern- nXLJmZ
cliff. In this city. It is. Itself, a pure, clear
body of spring water, with graceful "coast-
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g water, wlUi graceful "coast-
line," having in its center an "outlaid '
.- . . . - .. . . '
isle," and with its outllnesanu green oaiiKs,
it presents a most charming picture, and a
new one from each new standpoint one
may take. It may W een from four sep
arate avenue, leading to It. and it is diffi
cult for one to decide which of all Is the
most delightful. .Mr. II. M. Shepherd, a
Fenieliff official, who has made the matter
a study, sajs the finest view Is from the
top of the slope nolli of it. This is the lot
owned by Mr. William Khn who pur
chased the beautlral swans who live in the
lane, iu -ew lore, ami in nonor oi wnom
and his wife, they are reix-etj ely uaimil,
"William" and "Sarah." These sw ans, it
is said, never leave the lake except
to climb this Foos s1on, look about
and return visiting no other
locality and this is certainly a remarkable
coincidence, or. perhaps, an indication that
swaus know more about some things than
people think they do. Mr. Shepherd, we
may add, ha done something quite credit
able, at his own exiieiiM-, in tlie way of
adorning the grounds, having discovered
and transferred from the country to his lot
adjoining the Foos lot, ami overlooking the
lake, a rtiuarLably-sliaed hit ol granite,
and so pierced It as to provide for a beauti
ful fountain. Seats should be placed on
the west shun', adjoining the lake, so that
strollers could sit down ami enjoy the view
from that isiint, by the hour, if they desire '
to. From this point through the trees
one can see the new Mast house, iu the di
tance, with the appearance of an old-world
castle. On July 4th, ISst. the w nter saw a '
few bits of scarlet foliage, the first he has
yet noticed this year. i
Indeed. Fenieliff is, as a whole, unique.
The avenue by w hich it is entered, as w e '
have often said, is unequalled by any park ,
entrance in the world. With the Lagotida j
on one side and the wall of fern-and-Iichen-1
covered rocks on the other, with fountains '
playing at iutervals.it presents a picture '
one could afford to go far to see. '
Ait has done much to supplement nature j
in Fenieliff, in addition to the winding,
avenues. The Italian mailile figure cut I
in the Carrara quarries with stands on top I
of the Bacon monument, has been admired
for years by those who are accustomed to
visit Fenieliff. Then the granite figure on
the Ktixton monument, near by, i certainl v
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graceful, commanding and beautiful. Not
far off is the granite shall, reared over the
remains of the father of Fenieliff John
Ludlow. The uiiuiiiiiieul is, as he was
clean, white, symmetrical, majestic al
ways commanding admiration and le
spect Many are now making esiecial visits to
Fenichti, to see the new iiiouiiuii-nt a
granite pulpit covered with an oien Itit.Ie
standing over the grave of the late Kev.
Joseph Clokey, 1). It. This has ahead)
lieen fully described in these cohiiiins, but
hanlly list much can Ik said in praise of
the appropriateness and beaut) of the con
eeptlou and of its realization in granite.
Itut there are other monuments and de
lightful features too numerous fordetuiicd
descriptions, and the true lover of nature
and art may spend days iu looking at them,
and then wish to go again and linger longer.
Those who would like to travel and see line
tilings, iu other localities, and yet lack Hie
means should make excursions to Fenieliff
and view scenery unexcelled iu its line in
auy of the parks of America or F.uroe.
The run 7YmJ- Ilrrlcir. of Cleveland,
declares, editorially, that "the substitution
of oil or gas for coal has come to be recog
nized as a thing of the near future." We
quote as follows from the llcvicic' article
on this subject:
The heat units of crud petroleum have
been erroneously stated to lie 27,5:11. The
fact is that the correct figure, 2U.240 heat
units, has been ieieatedly anived at of
late, after many tests w ith the best Instru
ments to be obtained for that purio-e. In
comparing the calorific proerties of petro
leum with coal it must be borne in mini that
with coal there is an enormous waste of
matter. such as sulphur, slate and
earthy sultances. which are prac
tically incombustible. ami which
do not add in the generation of heat While
coal theoretically contains aliout 14.:M)0heat
unit's that figure is by reason of these im
purities reduced to about S.000. Pure car
bon charcoal, for instance contains
14,500 heat units. Considering, therefore,
the Imperceptible waste in the burning of
oil and the excessive waste In the burning
of coat the conclusion is reached that
while theoretically the relative projiortioii
of heat evolved in the combustion of oil
compared with coal is as ao.2 is to 14.3, the
proportion practically considered, is In fa
vor of oil as 19 is to $. or 5 at the furth
est We may quite safely assume, then,
that the heating capacity of oil is considera
bly more than twice that ofcoal. as far as
The P.um stie't railway line doesn't pay
and never will pay so long as Main street
is the southern terminus. It is true that
passengers can go from Fenieliff gate to
East street or the west end stables on one
fare; but that is not the thing iieoplecaie
most about They wish to go up town
without transfel or delay- -and the delay at
Main street is often long and wearisome.
l.et cars run from Fenieliff to south Lime
stone: from the west end stables, on Main
street to the East street shops; and from
south Yellow Springs to the Lagonda sta
bles, and we shall have three good routes
each going from somewhere to somewhere
else, and all filling a public want and fill
ing it satisfactorily. Then, with this ar
rangement there will be extra street-car
service on Main from Plum to Limestone.
The Plum stn-et line would pay as a part
of a through route: it will never pay as a
switch. The first isiint to be attended to
by the management is the accommodation
of the public Out of public satisfaction
with provisions made In this direction will
grow an increased custom.
The Ilurk slilt. r Things.
Sonv" people w ill lervist in taking a gloomy
view of ev er) thing. Tbi v i- u man of that
kind iu Austin, living in ward Nu 13. A
neighbor happened todnp in toive huu the
other day and found ever) body hi ely except
the head of the family.
"How are you all coming onf
"We are all tolerable except llob. Ue i,
laughing and joking tjecau. he is going fish
ing. I just know that he is going to come
home drownsl and howling with a nh hook
sticking in him somen here,"
"Well, the rest seem to be cheerful. "
"Yes, sorter. Jeinimy is jumping and skip
ping about because she i going to a candy
pulh'ug, but I know something will happen to
her. I read of a girl in Philadelphia only
last year who was coming from a candy pull
ing, when a drunken man threw his wife out
of a three story window nnd killed her."
"Killed who Jemimyr
"Why, no; there she is; but it might have
been ber, if she had been on the lavement
below where tbe woman fell."
Well, you are looking healthy."
Yes, 1 feel just like the man did who
dropped dead in New ork last week from
heart disease. H was in high spirits and had
good appetite, aud them's just my syniii- ;
toms." Texas Siftinzs.
CHOUP. WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis Immediately relieved by Shlloh's
Cure. For sale by F. A. Garwood.
,,,., a0 and nil Characters.
0 aH modcrn authors probably the
most singular iu his mental attitude
towrd the linages of his romances was
neared unconscious of their artmciai orr
gin, and referred to thi
) them as if their reality
u-.n im established fact He did not
: ,. . -.i w
-(esof t)is ()r t,intinemu,r0f
fami)y ,,rwi.ly the tone he w
,,(,,,, or tiint member of his ideal
.,..iiv in ureeielv the tone he would have
rlnndred if they had leen indejieiidcnt of
, ,. ! ...- t-l.,i ii frianil w
him In every sense. When u frienil re
marked upon what, ho supposed to lie the
motives tluit iiuiellcd the heroine of
"Grifilth Gaunt" to a certain course of
action, Keade exclaimed hastily and some
wlmt warmly, "1 don't U-Iieve Kate
Gaunt ever thought of sucli a thing."
Then he liecame alistiacteil, and n few
nmmti- after added. "It doesn't seem
credible that Kate Gaunt could bo Influ
enced in tliat way. but, after all, who can
tell" .ssiiiietlilng was said to aim about
tho ingenuity of one of Mrs. Ilyder'a
schemes in "the same novel. "Yes,"
I answered Keade. "wasn't it clever? ou
. .,,,., i,nn(.ine wolrmn like Kyder up
to ,ilKi f that sort. Kvder had mom
bruins than ncunle cave her credit for."
, There was no apparent recollection that
her cleverness, whatever it might have
been, was his own invention. In "1-ove
Me Little, I-ove Me Uing" it is related
that Lucy Fountain, when expecting to lw
drowned" by the upsetting of n pleasurt
lxiat whispered to David Oodd that if sh4
must die she would luive something to say
to him just U'fore thev went down. Keade
was asked what It was sue intended to tell
him. "I don't know," he replied, dream
ilj; "how should I know'" And, a little
later, "What do j on think she meant to
say Nothing imiHirtant, perha. Ah.
well. Hold may know, she probrbly told
him some time " There wa tot a iar
ticleof affectation In this. Keade wns the
la-t man to attemnt that kind of pretense.
and if lie hail attempted it he could no
more have succeeded than h could have
How n to the moon lb
was the embodi
nient of intellectual
lli,li rh Mrtllflne.
Last year a French tourist, M. Guil
ineth by name, paid a visit to Tasmania,
and lieing much interested in its indige
nous vegetation, examined the numerous
varieties of the eucalyptus which flourish
in that island. His investigations brought
him into contact with n small black lee,
which stores its honey iu the K. globulus.
He found that this honey emitted a stroug
odor as of gum leaves. Collecting some,
he carried it to Lurope for the purpose of
having it analyzed, and of ascertaining
whether it ii.-sesed any special qualities.
It was carefully studied by M. Thomus
Caraman. a w ell known chemical aualyst.
and 1e Temps of February H said that he
had discovered in the honey some interest-
inedieinal virtues. It exercises a
moderating influence ou the action of the
heart; it is antithermic that is to say. It
I lowers the teunieratiire; it facilitates the
I respiration, for it is antl-catarrhal; it is a
i febrifuge and mrasiticide, and it has been
I f(,mll, cmcndou, ln overcoming olwUnate
cases of bronchitis and even of whooping
couch. It is almost unnecessnry to add
that the various preiiarations of eucalyp
tus make an important figure iu thu
French pharmacopeia, and its theraixju
lu value is far from being fully ascer
talued at the present time I lilcago
:l .lust ns lloalihrill.
Charles 1). .Sabiu, of the New York
Produce exchange, sailed away the other
day lor u two mouths' holiday, but be
fore going voiing .Use Hoyt and a dozen
rroreof Mr. Salmi's business cronies in
vited him to a spread at the F.xchange
club. The Kirty were seated iirouud the
mahognnv. .Mr. ssibin iu the guest's Feat,
e.xiiectant and gratefully appreciating the
honor, when the chef appeared and in
formed -Mr. Hoyt, tho organizer of the
affair, that the oven In the bos range of
tho club had lieen blown out, and that it
was unite imiiossible to serve the dinner.
Mr. Siibin naiil, "Never mind, boys; thank
you just the same," and ull left the
board. There is u joke in this story. It
is true that Mr. Hovt and his comrades
invited Mr. Sabin to a spread, but it is
also true that they thought that the chef
might say something to stop it, and so
instructed him. The chef did as be was
told, and Mr. Snbin left town fully be
lieving that that range hail been blown
up. Chicago Herald.
"Tim S..tRcl MUftlon."
A provincial couteiniorary contains an
iccount of a new- missionary enterprise
one for distributing spectacles among the
xxir. This may seem at first tight a very
prosaic thing to do, but we recognize in it
the very genius of kindness. "I was eyes
to the blind" was one of the most excus-
nble boasts of Job iu his moments of par
donable complacency. Such may be the
utisfactiou of Dr. Edward Waring, of
Maida Vale, who is credited with initiating
this piece of lnnevolcnce nmoug the in
mates of St. Giles' workhouse and the
Cleveland Street Sick usyluui years ago.
Such a service implies much trouble and
time. It is of little use to supply spic
tacles to the ioor without much personal
trouble to suit the glasses to sight We
can only hoie that Dr. Waring's example
will lie fruitful, and that the Intolerable
I irksomeiicss of Jifc jn those who have the
disposition to work without the means of
doing bo will 1k extensively mitigated.
How MaiUlonrt Are I'orme.1.
Since the icople have been convinced
that there is virtue iu mndstones they nrc
ipringing up nil over the country. While
it I'uion Point few days ago we saw a
magnificent nindstone, as large as a
Hanks county biscuit The gentleman
who owns this stone says it came from
Alabama, where there wns a large deer
lick. They are said to be found in deer
who visit these licks, and the mineral
taken into the animal's stomach there
forms the mad-tone. The gentleman also
informed us I hat he had seen two mad
stones broken ojien, and iu one of them
was found a bullet and iu the other an
iicorn. Madstoncs arc getting in demand,
::ud n line market will be open if the dogs
loutiuue to have the distemper. Athens
Ill-awing the Line.
A Texas editor announces himself as
follows: "We were born on the Texan
frontier, have lieen reared on the broad
prairie; have plowed, herded cattle, kept
store, run a mill, practiced physic, lec
tured on phrenology, edited a newspaper
and run n drug store, but we have never
lieen whipjied, anil when any person
undertakes it he will bo pretty certain to
regret it till lie dies, 'plase God,' us the
Irishman said, 'that be lives that long.'
We in lie slandered, cursed, nbuseil and
ridiculed, but we draw the line at being
viiiililHsL" Urooklvii ligle.
We've heard all that's, wholesome
AlHiiit the tieauty of MKs Fol-oin:
Now. we supiosc you know
She came from Buffalo,
Where every handsome girl
1'ses Chaplin's Liquid Pearl.
Pimple, tan and freckle 'twill quickly
Ever emw's feet very iniicli diminish
Also praised by Ijitta, P.itti and leaders
of the stage
As the most marvelous bcaiitilier of the
An Aiqirop-fitle jsuine.
"John, did you ever oberv e the fondness
of Dr. Blank auuVliis wife for each other?'
"I hadn't noticed it seially. What makes
you think oo.'
"Why, Mrs Blank always called the doctor
"Ah, vest TbatVi liecause he is a quack."
A sourre of Sin.
"Don't you know," she. said to Ifubby, who
was impaling a fly on the point of a pin,
"that It is w icked to catch fliesf"
"It is wickeder to mLsj 'em. as the Glanta
do." responded Bobbv. who is somethinir of a
baseball xpert Kew York Sun.
Backache, aching sides and kidneys, sore
muscles, stifeh. crick are removed hv the
I Ioji flatter.
At thi. minn nearij vnrr oc needs to dm rftuj
art of tonio. IRON enter Into almont evny PUT
otn' p"-cripuoa for ta-oM who n4 Luildint nix
Tap lVtsmkaeiM. f.asllude. I.nrk ot
Kerar.Vier, It IIAs. Ml i:il'AI, .o.l u
fhS-JlV 1,'WinM lia i- mil lnliirlous.
It Kurlehea the Mood, Intlaorniea llir
MjMen, Kr.lorCK Appellle, Aids IMw.sllc.il
It dut not blacken uruijuw tli Iwlu. vmum os,l
acb. c produce oonllpln x"'r"" ihii. d,t
Da. O. H. BlSKLar, a leadum phjBicUn .f bnu-
nvld.Ohiu,ulf L ., , ,
- ttrown'a Inm Bitten Im a tbnronghlj ss.l imsll.
cine. I nm It la mj ntactice. and And a.-11-.ii ei-c-ll
all other form of Irun. Inekr...irlo c..n
dituw t the nj.tem. llnmn'a Irm Ililleni l "ulll
a llU neoeeeilj. It n all th 1 tllmed f. it
DR. W. N. WiTIM. 1"MI ThirtT-sl'l Klr-t
t-reton, D 0,J. " Brmrn'. Ir.i lllto-re i.
I!kT.iicoI the ap Kmhm Is-lter It reli
apeetue. ! Ktreocth and lmpne9 diTis.tlfn
Genuine hu tlxrm Trade -M rk and rmessd re.1 line.
ononpper. Tiakc no oilier. Ma,leonljbj
CL- . the Children. Tliey are es
DVVVVi neclally liable to" sudden
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough.
etc We guarantee Acker's English
Remedy a positive cure. It saves
lionrs of anxious watching. Sold by
Frank II. Cobleutz, corner Market and
In the Columbia-Harvard freshmen lsat
race at New London. Ct, the clew id "
luiiibia were the victors.
"HACKMKTAC'a lasting and fragrant
perfume. Prico 25 and .lucent. For sale
by F. A. Garvvotid.
A succtsful exH'rimeiitwitli enule oil as
fuel was made at the Front stns't pumping
Avoid the Use of calomel for bilious com
plaint. Ayer's Cathartic Pill, entirel)
vevetable. have been tested forty years.and
are acknowledged lo lie the Ix-t renitslv
for torpidity of the liver, costiveness and
leonard Sweigart was crushtsl to death
by the fall of an embankmeiit under w hich
he was working in a quarry at Ileal ertown.
.Safetv rroHi .llnlnriii.
The most vigorous constitution, and the
strongest physique, are not proof against a
disease the germ of which impregnate the
air we breathe and the water we drink.
The true preparative, the surest defense, is
to fortify the system with a medicine which
posses specific v lrlue as a safeguanl and
remedy. llostetter's Stomach Bitter i
precisely this article proved by conclusive
tests to be mi. Not only on thi continent,
wherever tuiasiiia gives birth to the ma
larial infection, but iu the tropic, where
fever and ague assumes its most malignant
types, this incomparable. Hipular ami de
serving medicine has fr over a third of a
century, slumii it efficacy . Chill- and fe
ver, dumb ague, bilious remittent, alike
yield to its intliience and are pieieuted by
it The word "fail"' his no place iu the
lexicon of possibilities when this peeiles
article Is u-ed. it tones the stomach,
arouse the liver when sluggish, and pro
motes healthful activltj of Hie kidney aud
According to the assessoi' census just
completes, the uuinlicr ot male adults in
Hamilton county. () . has increased oiei
ten thousand since 1ss:t.
Blool Elixir is the only
Blood Kemedy guaran-
teed. Itisaiitivecurefor I leers. Eruu
tlonsorSyphilitic Poisoning. It puriliestho
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it
Frank II. CobleuU, comer Market and
ln a mountain cave near Cookiill
Tenn.. sixty skeletons have lieen found. It
I claimed they are the remain of men that
were robbed ami miiiilcritl at different
times years ago.
SHILOH'S VITALIZE!: I what )on
need for consumption. Loss of Appetite'
Dizziness aud all symptoms of Dysmqisia-
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale
by F. A. Garwood.
The l.lltle ,whnja Appeal.
As I was hurriing alon P t-rn-iont
Street one wet aud ehiliv ei.ing some
time ago I was arrested bv a 1"W aud
plaintive oice. and tame near running
over its owner. He was a d.miintuie
urchin, too small and appar. mli too
young to sell newspqiers on ,i ,n;lit
afternoon, still more after !.iik in u
storm. His story, gathered w.ili some
difliculty from his half urlinilate -jietsih.
was that he had two juiis-rs -till uiisilil
and that he could not go home until be
hiul dilosed of his entire si,Kk An i-n
treaty to purchase the soiled ami h il:
pulpy remnant melted into tears i nc
poorly clad, shivering little fellow si.hI
in the mill, offering his inenhandise and
his narrative, the spectacle was n pitiful
one, even for the mo-t hardened ohs rv. r
of the devices of the highway I a-kisl
him where he livetl, and told lo'ii I would
give him Quarter if lie would prono e to
go straight home. He closed with lbe
proisal at once, and. osteii-iblv. at least,
went according to hi agreement. Hut
where did the money go
Since the interview nliove desiri'tsll
have met the same voiing iH-rsonseier.il
times, iu nlkiiit the same pl.uv. Ih ueatli
cloudy skies or under the effulgent e of
the brilliant moonlight of a haliuv June
evening. The same residue of daily
journals has clogged u sluggish maikei
Tho same voice has been heard, with the
same tears iu it. The same imisissiiitiny
of rejoining the domestic circle until a
complete clearing out Kile could l- effis t
ed has Imscii rejiortcil. Candor couiih-Is
the acknowledgment that one thnu has
lieen lacking lo the duplication of the
scene: the quarter has not N-en again
forthcoming. Urooklvii Eagle "Kam
bler." I'lt.llionahle Tail in lllsnses.
The fashionable fad for diseases over
here, while waiting for 1110111111.-1 to reign
supreme, is malaria. It supplanted 111
digestion, Justus jndigf-tion supplanted
nerves. In France the moral or mental
result of this real or imagined fad is 1 tilled
ennui, which i entirely intelligible,
though too illusive to lie confined to the
narrow limits of translation or definition
Physicians encourage the idea of malaria
It agrees with the preconceived theories of
patient. Il lays the blame on hxulitv or
plumbers and takes the blame oft the in
dividual'. late hour ami mtcuqicrau
meals. It put the rcsion.ihility oh cir
cumstances and acquits the patient. It
imieaches nature and excuses the non-observance
of her laws.
Aprono-i of malaria an assembly over
here, equally conqiosed of physician and
clergymen, was startled by an after din
ner speaker whom they would cull out the
other cve'iing, when lie grov ely described
malaria a the cause of all diseases and
elalsirately showed, to hi own satisfaction
nt least and backed it with many plaiisi
hie arguments that of malaria the caue
was poor preaching! He drew a parallel
between the symptoms of malaria and the
various condition and nttitiuli-s through
which a man went iu going to sleep in
church. The prevalence of malarial com
plaints in country region where the
preaching is poor and summer visitors
abound, was dwelt upon. When the
speaker finished it win difficult to tell
whether the clergymen or the doctois
were more laughinglv indignant.
Myruji of Fig,
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal., is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia liquid fruit remedy may be had at
Dr. Caspers anig store, ;. anu ti Dottles
It Is the most pleasant prompt and effect
ive remedy known to cleanse the system; to
act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent
ly vet thoroughly: to dispel headaches.
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation,
indigestion, ana Kinareu 111s
BIG STOCK ! BIG STOCK !
OF FINE CASSIMERE AND WORSTED FROCK AND SACK SUITS.
THE .NEW (jraXINE.
A POttEUFL'L TOXIC
That the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPiX'IFIt' FOB MAI.AUIA,
IMIKl'MATISM, XKI.VOUS PltOSTKA-
THIN and nil Germ Diseases.
T1IK Musr si'IKNTinr Sl sl'iTESS-
Fl L llLOtilt PI lUl'IKK superior to iiuliilne.
.Mr. K A. Miller, n.41 IUt IVTlli street. New
York, was rureil by Kaskllie of extreme nmla
rial prostration alter seven sears suiferiug
lie had run down from IT', pound to7. began
on Kaskllie iu .Mine, is.,, vvenl to work in one
month, regained his full weight In six month.
Uiunliie ilni tiiin no good whatever.
.vir tiiaeon iiiomion. tne oniesi iiiiuonr 01
the most respected citUen ot Iirldgeiort.
I'onn.. a lamnlLety years of age, and
for the last three year have suffered Irom ma
lari t and Ihe effects ! quinine pnlsonlng. I
recently began iui Kuk.lne. which broke ut
the malaria and Increased my weight !
Kaskine can betaken without any special
medical advice. 31 per bottle, bent by mall
on receipt t price.
The gentnf KAsKI.NKhas on Public hx
lilbltinn.1 remarkable M t XI KIN. or model ol
the human bodv. showing tbe stomach. Heart,
bungs. Uver.. spleen. Kidney and the other
.r,. Histoid nan In Health and ill Disease
lly an Inspection the ailliete.l can ee the
nature and location 01 ineir troiioies nun
learn ho kvklne relieve and cure them.
KxSklN'i: on .M Warren St . New York
ill. . 17- "fl '.TV. fc iT
"'' V -tssfcAc'
!''. Tii " tJ O, L
cirsii ...i;.r. nt.ctnnftrt tnl
3j"$ ui-.. - j. ir. cousins.
fH uu r-r y m - I NEW YORK.
Agents for Spriv.kif.U).
Rouse & Parsons.
Witli slidiuK- Cctacfaablc
SprlnjfS. C3 Better Uiaii
Wlialebone or HornjSJ
aud sftturaiiteed ucver to
brcaU. l'rlce, $1.25.
I'r aale by levying vrholcale aad retail cstab-
MAYER, STROUSE &CO.
J 12 Broadway, N Y , Manufacturers.
AUK STILL TUIUMPHAXT!
Korllfteen years they hayesteadlly gained In
favor, and with sales constantly Increasing
have become the most popular corsetthrough-
out the t'nited States.
The II quality Is warranted to weartwlceas
loci: a ordinary corsets. We have lately In
troduced the U and lt-11 grade with eitra long
waist, and wecau furnish them when preferred.
Highest awards from all the world's great
fair. Thelastmed.nl recelred is lor first de
cree of merit, from the late eipositlou held at
V. hile scores of natents have been found
woithless. the principles of the (Have-Fitting
have proved Invaluable.
Ketallers are authorized to refund inoney.it.
upon examination, these corsets do uot prove
lorsiieeverywnere. i-aiaiogugeireeuu ap
plication. THOMSON, LAXC00X ic CO., X. Y.
For Old and Young.
Tuffs Uxor Pills mt u kindly on Hie
4'litl.l, ilie ilellrnle IviiimIc r Inllrni
ultl wVf its ti poii lite i.iroiiH muii.
give tone to the nenk Nloinorli, how
els. liidtieH und bladder. To tliese
orsan tlielr Hlreiitlieiiiiiqiialltiw!
tire iioiidevTiiI, eunsini; I Item to per
form their functions an Inontii.
Oflicc, 4-t 3Iurray St., New York.
fl'ill find Just what they need ft FULLLlNE
U.e INSTALMENTTRADC, byaddresalac
J LiaiaLakM IJtaLtR!, dui-fi.. Co. Krte, la-
1 m aV
l ss. JM
(a, "V , -
I Tfl I ' ,
Oyo , . . ope.
White and Fancy Percale Shirts,
OOrRJ-vTETR lLJTJsT JLJXTD JCA-FtKlET STS.
5PEGUL DBfyEFDRTHE 41H
REDUCTION OF 20PER CT.
Lawn Tennis ami Ilicycle Shirts
T. M. Gugenheim.
Decline in Flour!
I A IX DEALERS WILL RETAIL
IGOLDEN FLEECE !
I Flour at the following prices:
Per barrel, in v.ood or
i sacks, - - - $5.20
1-4 barrel, 49ths, - - 1.30
1-8 barrel. 24l-2ths. - .65
We guarantee Golden Fleece
Flour to be always
In the market. Ask for it
1 and take no other brand.
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
SHOULDER and BACON.
PURE LEAF LARD!
For Family Uao.
1 6 E. High Street.
t DKNT1L rAKLOlS,
Rooms 5 4 6. Mitchell Block.
1 . DSHTtST.
S. K. Cor. Main and Market Ufa.
If t utis or acuixo tiith oarrao
HS. LI 31 HOCK Kit, 55 aud 57 Arcade, Print
er. Engraver aad Fashionable Stationer.
Wedding g wds aad calling cards a specialty.
WX. (1KOSS CO, U.SUKKT.lKklUJ,
, Office and Wareroom. 6 W. Main St.
Residence 192 W. High St.
1.11113 OF THI I. L. BaKEITT A SOX'l SOOI
170 West Columbia, street.
General Book Hinder, aad Blank Book Mann
etc., at Lowest Ruling
For Seersucker, Drape d'ete or Fancy Striped
ATS AND VESTS
INDIA GAUZE OR BALBRICCAN
GLOBE CLOTHING HOUSE,
13 EAST MAIN STREET.
DON'T mmji ONCE!
BRUCE, HAUK & COS
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 III 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.
WANTKU-Oeueral agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Rare etiance. nood sal
ary or.V-Vou tbe dollar. Address, with stamp,
K.M. Wearer, Indianapolis, lnd. (Name this
Vnt.ndlns;AdTrtlKrs should address
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
10 BVBDCK 8TRKKT, MKW YORK CITY,
For SELECT LIST ol 1.000 NKWSPAPKRS.
Will D tsat sraUiK on application.
ONE PRICE CLOTHIER,
ntm Y1TAI.ITV Is fallmir. Praln DRUM I'D and
r..iiAt:Tij..riiw,ri-ui:M i i-ully vi.isr.
l majr find a rvrfart ami iyuaU cvr. tn to
AooptsOtl bT all KmKh it.yirin im1 lutirnj npiallr a&3
ffaa-cssafBliy lntrvducvl hen. All trrmkf nimr kmma aittj
drmlos pruniiUj fbrcttsl. TKC1TIMK irtTlii( m
UMn(oflVwfrbT taJaiitwtthttti -tiaitatift itocwn nttK
C.UaeClrCT.Na. 174 fultca Stre.? IN. lort