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REPUBLIC, THITRSDAY EVEKHTG. JULY 7, ISS
OHKHLIX I.V JSM.'
We are inuVbtnl to our Old and honored
frieud, 1'resldent James II. Kalrchild. of
Olierlin college, for coiies of the Oberlln
.Ye ire, of Thursday, June SOth, containing
a full report of the recent annual commence-
South CiiAiu.KsTo.v. O., July 5. The
fanners are Improving the tine weather for
harvesting, securing the wheat and hay
crops. The wheat Is much letter than any
body expected, while some croakers about
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i..... , . .. i.. - ... nr i.- Mint uimuunuiu iiiHi (lie j inu is hlkimi
went exercises, a verbatim rei-ort of .Mr. lpsam am, t)ie .,alitv much better on
Falrchlld's very able and Interesting bacca-1 account of such tine time for curing hay.
laureate sermon, and pictures of Oberlln" The com crop bids tine l'rof. Jackson,
neW and tine buildings. Talcott hall and ol bellow .springs, n no lias tieen employed
The only bi-and of Laundry Soap
awarded a first class initial at tliu
New Orleans Exjiositlou. Guaran
teed absolutely pure, and for general
itousetioUl purpuws is tlio wry bes
Baldwin hall (for ladle). Warner hall (the
musical conservatory), lVters hall, with
recitation rooms, laboratory, etc.; coimcll
hall (for the theological seminary), the
Sjiear library building, and the new c)ial.
all fine buildings, admirably adapted to
their several purposes. Talcott. Baldwin,
i l'eters and Warner halls and the library
building are all built of light gray freestoue,
from the college quarries on Black river,
about four miles from the ullage, and con
nected with it by a line of railroad.
Fortv-one persons graduated from the
clast-ical department of the college.
three of whom were Japanese
Spring field gepublu
ETEXIXU AXU WEEKLY;
Tfc, KtrCBUC riU tat Hw lark aa Jin.
I aMa tr.ralf a) TrWrraasa.
. M. NICHOLS,
THOS. O. BROWN,
to teach music In our public schools, will
move to this city soon. The (I. A. li.
band, avistisl by .Mr. Jackson, gave an
open-air concert In front of the city hall
Soturday night, which will be repeated
every Saturday evening during summer. . . .
We called the attention of the school board
-, io me laci 01 uaviug music laugui in mti
sclmol. Now e wish to call the attention
of city council to the fact of rendering aid
to the young men who have devoted so
1M Uoinrsjr, t'ro Tern. Onljr.
IMIi Ne laarid (nvkle your features see-
And ilusky tan your face Verspan?
Have you avvlul pimples, but no sweet dim
Is your sklu quite sallow, or greasv like
Are your hands a sight, anil arms and neck
Cease being homely, become at once
UseChamplin's Liquid Pearl.
This (Thursday) night ClaiMnne will
uioe in the commons that "the crimes bill
be read the third time this day three
duiOX VV Xlain't S
thousands suffering from Asthma, Con
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
this plate, that an appropriation of JUKI be
made for ne instruments for this band iu
or ier that they limy be able to render such
music as may satisfy the most fastidious at
our 5.ehil commencements.... Two wed-
tu. dings lat week, and rumor says two more
dents, who took the philosophical course. , c,.v ,0 marry a w est ern real estate man,
Their names are: Toyokichi lyenaga. of : aml a jounc man. also of this city, is to
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much time to organize and start a band at ' Ackers fcnglisli uemeuyr iv u ,
preparation Known lor an i.u"K """",
sold on a positive guarantee at 10c, COc.
Frank II. Coblentz. corner Market aud
SPlIICnELD PUBLISHIIG COMPAIT,
Publishers and Proprietors.
TaUE stVENINO KEl-UllI.IO It published
ererf Tecliut rwi't Sunday, and 1 dellr
red at the rate ot 10c. per week. Single
TBK WKKKLV RtTUULIC ll published
ran Thursday, and if oue ot the most com
plete family newspapers to the country:
Uht paces, markets complete. Kepiete
srtth news and miscellany. II per year,
lnrartaMj cash in advance.
All eammunleatto&s and contributions
hould be addressed to Curniv M. Nichols.
dltor. and all business letters to Tbomis U.
Talspkoas No. S30.
HUNOAY EVENING. JULY 7. 1887.
lEPUBLIUI COUNTY TICKET
lro bate Judge.
JOHN' 0. JIILLKR.
O F. SEUVISS.
JAMES It. KA MUTTS.
S. A. TVUlU.
Persons leaving the cits for the summer, or
for a tew weeks, nr (or only a lew "lay, can
nave the Kirn uo mauea lu inriii, irom mis
oSee. without extra charge. It yc are coins
Irom place t 11 ace. jut drop us a postal cam
and your address will be changed, so that von
may have your home paper every day.
Yanagawa; J uuzo Kawamoto, ot Kobe, and
Yelgiro Ono. Yanagawa. Japan.
Twenty-seven young ladies graduated
from the literary department making
slity-eicht graduates in all.
Olierlin has recently organized a short
term theological course, for the accommo
dation of jtersous who wih to take an Kn
glLsh and Biblical toiin', without studiug
the languages, iu that way preparing them
selves, iu a brief period, for evangelistic
and various kinds of Christian work. This
department w ill doubtless meet one of the
great moral needs of the time.
Oberliu has about 1,300 students, and is, j
In fact, a great university ranking high
among the educational institutions of the
country. "s atmosphere is pure and
wholesome, and its advantages and facill-
inarry the daughter of a western
fanner Harry Landaker will spend
the Fourth with his brother in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Mary Warner, daughter of Isaac
Lindaker. who was brought home from
Kansas. City a short time ago sick. Is lying
unconscious, with a wry slim chance of
ever getting Iietter ...Kflorts are being
made to tax propert -owners on Chillicotlie
street lor the ptirivise of sprinkling the
street, while some of the capitalists who
have property ami get big rents squeal Im
cause they happen to lie on a back street
All we hate to say i, come to the front that
all may be benefitted The ersoiial ef
fects of Benjamin Woosley were appraised
last Weilnesday and amounted to SS.".O00.
he having iUhsIis! alxmt Ton acres of land
to his children before he died.
Thomas Woosley. a brother liv
ing in this eltj. Is '.Ming eaten
to death by a cancer on his face. . . .Thiw.
Vance isiteil his brother and siter in this
that part of the state. He reports that
owing to the dry weather the crop will be
short, and consequently higher iu price
-Miss Mella Whittredge, of near Polly Var
tlen. and MNs Kdlth Fenner. a iTaughtcr of
the Kev. llarlin K'uner.of Iiuistille. Ky..
attendtsl rliurch in this city Sunday. . ..
The pros;ect of (Hiring for gas has petered
out, while the surface gas is dickering to
the four winds ...The glorious Fourth
liasscd by veslerday in a lerj quiet way.
The small buy and some big boys exploded
the usual quantit of lire crackers. .. .The
picnic in Sweeny's Grove was ver slim.
But they all "smiled" around. Scurry
furnished the music... Mrs. ljmra Hen
dricks, of Columbus, Ohio, Sient the
Fourth with her sister Mrs. U. B. Keeder.
in this city.
The venerable ex-congressman, Luke I'.
Poland, of Vermont, who has just died, was
famous for having been the chairman of the
credit mohelierlmestigation committee and
for having worn a blue coat with brass but
tons. Mr. HaLstrad has left Ohio on his
way to r.ime. We do not need to say
who Mr. Halstead is. or where he liie.
There is but one Mr ll.lstead and there Is
but one town in which he lives eveept
when lie is away from home.
We see It intimated in the iinith that
tb.e"worklngglrK,ot Columbus have "good
faces." We do not doubt it. But the )i-
jMtrft man should see the fine, good faces
of Springfield's army of working girls.
There are no finer in the world.
ties are equal to those of any of jnir Auieri-1 place the past week. Mr. Vance was raised
At the joint meeting of the trustees and
the faculty, held June 27th, as we learn
from the AYirx
l'rofessor Frost presented a reort from
a committee appointed by the faculty tition
the work and needs of the college. This
report represented that a laree addition to
the working force is heeded, and to meet
this, an increase of revenue, lemarks
were made by I'rofessors F.llis, Churchill,
JewetU Sliurtlelf and Librarian Boot. It
apiK'aml that to carry out the present
plans, an additional Income of Sit. oo is
needed, and as the treasurer's rejxirt for
this year shows a deficit of over Stf.iVK)
on the present basis of expenditure, an
additional endowment of S2.10.ooo is a
present pressing necessity. But hexond
this there are wants that must be met veiy
soon. These would include a proerl
eqiiiped obsen atory, a pmfessorof asiron-
omv, a professor of the Kuglisli language.
additional ajiparatus aud teaching force iu
phjslcs, a professor of the tierman lan
guage, a large increase in the teaching aud
laboratory force for geology, botany an.,
biology, a pioisTly equip-d gunnasitim
with ailciuate superintendence, etc These
needs, which can lianlly le counted as sec
ondary, would call for S2."i0.(KM) endowment.
The eiidonment necessities, therefore, of
tile present and of thn iniiuetliate futuie
cannot be reckoned at less that S.VW.OOO.
At a subsequent nn-etiugof the trustees
the suggestions ot the faculty were ap
proved and the prudential committee was
authorized to prix-ced at once in the matter
of securing an endowment of half a million.
Mr. Blaine is goiug aUmt in Europe very
quietly and unostentatiously, but, for some
cause or other, the ground shakes whenever
he goes out walking. Mr. Blaine is one of
the great men of the ierIod and there are
very few like him. Some eople think he
Is really too great a man to be elected pres
ident. That was what was the matterwith
Henry Clay. Daniel Webster and William
II. Seward! To be nominated for the presi
dency, and elected, a man must nut
be too great, but only just great
enough. Ceneial Haves was of just
exactly the light size. Cleveland
was much under-size. and only just
squeezed in by accident, through causes for
which no credit can be ascribed to him.
Our distinguished veteran democrat, Mr.
William Held, could have been elected In
the same circumstances, aud he would have
given us a truly democratic administration.
The Kev. W. F McLaren, the distin
guished Episcopal bishop of Chicago, was
In lS.V!city editor of the Cleveland Ptoln
(it'iimieil Willi I'enrls.
A mouth gemmed with pearls Hashes ra
diance every time it miens. The contrast
betwis'ii the ruby of lovely lips and the
pearly teeth they enclose bus winged the
fancy of many a ioet. Sozodont, fair
ones, is the thing that most contributes to
adorn the feminine mouth. It is pure, it
is aromatic, it retains the natural color of
teeth incrustcd with yellow tartar. No
gritty or other objectionable ingredient
contaminates it. Its odor is balmy, and its
purifying ojieration thorough.
Kev. Dr. McCSlynn has been elected a del
egate from New York to the national con
vention of the united labor party at Sv ra
cuse. August 10.
(ioiMl Kmultn tii Kterj I'hm.
1). A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenu., writes that he was
sericusly atlllcteil with a severe cold that
settled on his lung-: had tried many reme
dies without benefit. Being induced to try
Dr. King's New ili-covery forconuiiiptIon.
did so. and was entirely cured by the use of
a few bottles. Since which time he has
used it In his family for all coughs and
colds with the b.st of results. This is the
exiHTlence of thousands whose lives have
Ih-en saved h.v this wonderful discovery.
Trial Imttles free at Clias. Ludlow A Co. 'a
An KlHl to lliHiwSrriipliie.
Edward Shepherd, of Harrishurg, 111.,
says: "Having received so much benefit
irom Electric Bitters, 1 feel it my duly to
let suffering humanitv know it. Have had
a running sore on mv leg for eight years:
my doctors told me that I would have to
have the bone scraped or my leg amputat
ed. I used, instead, three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and my leg is now sound and
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
Uittle, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve at
twentj-tive cents per bo at Chas. Ludlow
The BkstSai.vk in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, S.ires, Ulcers, Salt Uheuni, Fever
Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands. Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and io-itiveIy
cures I'iles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give jM-rfcct satisfaction, or money
refunded, l'rice 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
I iff m
Henry Irving entertained Mr. Blaine at
upper, Weilnesday evening.
SiULOH'S VITALIZEK Is what von
need for consumption. Loss of Appetite'
Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspepsia'
l'rice 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale
by F. A tiarw'osl.
THE XKW qi'INIXE.
PSWEET SLEEP. '
a run KKFL'I. TOXIC
That the most delicate stomach will bear.
A .Sl'ECiriC FOK M.VI.AKIA,
KIIELMIATISM, XKKVOIS FitOSTKA-
TIOX and all (Jerm Diseases.
THE MOsT SiIEXTIFlc AND M UCK.ss
Fl L llLOHIt 1M KIFIKR s,,rrurtll,Uitur
-Mr. F A. .Miller. Ml East r.Ttli treet. New
ork, was cured by Kaskme ot extreme mala
rial prostration alter sftrn years siiiTerlnc.
lie had run down Irom IT . pounds to 'C. began
on Kasklnetn.lune, lssi,. urnt to work In one '
month, regained Ids lull wrlKliitiislx months.
Uulninedld Mm no good whatever.
.Mr. lildenn Thompson, the oldest and ant of
the most respected citizens ot lirltlgeport.
Conn., says "1 am ninety jears of age. and
for the last three years have sufiered from ma
laria and the effects of quinine poisoning I
recently heitan with Kasklne. which broke up
the malaria aud Increased my weight ! -pounds
Kasklne can be taken without any special
medical advice. SI per bottle. Sent by nail
on receiptor price.
The Vgentot KASKIXEhas on Public F.x
hlliitloiia remarkable .M V M Iv I N . or model of
the human ho.lv. showing the stomach. Heart.
Lungs. Liter. Spleen. Kidneys and the other '
organs ami parts In Health and In Disease
Uy an Inspection the afflicted can see the
nature and location of their troubles and
learn how Kasklne relieves and cures them
K V-JKI S'K CO.. si VV-irren St . New York
IT! COME H ONCE!
BRUCE, HAUK & COS
In Itrlif, itnil to tlo- I'uint.
DysiK'psia is dreadful. Disordered liver
is misery. Indigestion is a toe to good na
The human digestive annaratus is one of
in this village and now lives in Indiana, the most complicaled and vt underfill thimrs
.! W.Drake has gone to Somerset, in existence. It Is eivsilv nut out of order.
h.y.. to ship blackberries to Cincinnati and Creasy food, tough food, sloppy food, ,
Springfield ..Bulla Bradford returned I bad rookery, mental worry, late hours, Ir-1
Friday from southern Ohio, where lie had regular habiLs. and many other things w Idcli
been arranging for the blackberry crop of ought not to In-, hate made the American '
While the very rats are deserting the
democratic ship in Ohio, it is hardly to he
supposed that the shrewd and experienced
Thunnan will pick up his satchel and get
on board. He is getting along In years but
be has a "heap"' of sense in his head jet.
"Shake. Deacon XlclmNr ejaculates the
Columbus WtnMu doubtless instigated bv
the Dijton HcruM. These journal
made, a center hit. tills time. As a nutter
of fact, the "afore-mentloned"' has been an
actual, active deacon, most of the time, for
the last Sfteen or twenty years, it is not a
matter of any consequence, and we
slioul dn't have mentioned" it, except as a
formal recognition of the fact that news
papers sometimes tell the exact truth.
Of Ohio's coming centennial, the New
York hi'lifiii!'Ht savs:
On the Tth of April, lsss, it will be just
a uunureu years since the hrst settlement
of white men was made in what is now the
great state of Ohio. On that day Ceueral
Kufus Futnam, withaltout hfty men, landed
at the mouth of the Muskingum river, on
the slt' of what is now Marietta, to found
the new colony. The Ohio company had
applied to congress to purchase land, and
liought a million ami a half of acres. This
enterprise Interested the whole country,
and was the immediate occasion of the pas
sage of the celebrated ordinance of 1TSS,
which gave the new settlers such a govern
ment as thevdesirtsl. Out of this begin.
have j nlng grew our great northwest expansion.
and It Is suitable the centennial should be
celebrated in Marietta next year.
This centennial celebration will lie an im
portant historical event Everybody who
can slo ild go to Marietta next April.
It is Intimated that Dr. Leonard's Meth
odist flock at I'i.jua of the (Jreen street
church, we believe have suggested to him
TT !TT 7T , ,v I that they wish him to preach the Oospcl,
Ourold-fashloned rourth of July celebra- , .,,, , ,. . . . . '
I.. ,. Knn.u ttlfWVilt lliflttmitg fn tit I
UUM -" UWIHC uiwjijt, ..-.-.mwmj .
Old fashions shouldn't be revived unless
they are good and safe. There may be too
many small boys and boyish men in the
country, but the "authorities have no right
to afford tliem extraordinary facilities for
killing themselves and other tieople. It
really doesn't pay, from any stand-ioint.
Let us have a new-fashioned Fourth, next
year, with modern and safe Improvements.
We are sorry to learn of the death of the
wife of Sir. John Wallace, editor and pro
prietor of the Loudon (O.) EiiltriiHuc. Mr.
Wallace baa been blind for a number of
years, and his wife, who was an Intelligent
and efficient woman, although an invalid,
rendered him very valuable assistance hi
editing bis paper and conducting his busi
ness. Sirs. WalIacewas45yearsoIdat the
time of tier deatlu and left two children,
one of whom is a young man who renders
his father valuable assistance, -
Lieut John H. Alexander, colored West
Point graduate, spent commencement week
at Oberliu, his old home. He completed
the course at West I'olnt without annoy
ance on account of color, and when his
name was read well up in the list, on com
mencement day, there was an applause
from the audience unequalled by that given
the hbrhest graded man in the class. Mr.
Alexander thinks that there is room in this
country for a colored man to rise, if he
f only trie. So doubt lie is correct, if he
tisan political canvass of the state. From
this we infer that these brethren are not so
green as might be supjiosed from the name
of their church. Dr. lsinard out preach
the Oospel with good success, when he gives
his mind aud heart to the work, but he al
ways makes a bad break and does himself
and his caue great harm when he under
takes to do anything else.
Hoard at the Boody hous! Toledo's pal
atial hotel will be only $'! a day during
the session of the republican convention,
July 27th and 2Sth. and those who wish to
secure accommodations should write the
proprietors at once. Hoard at the Iturnett
will lie S2..M) a day. and at the Oliver, Si.
The reduction has been secured by a citi
zens' committee, and its members have
done a very sensible thing. The delegates
and visitors will, no doubt oe glad the con
v ention was locaUd at Toledo.
Know ()., Jul -t.- I.ast night while the
(i. A. U. lawn fete was in progress and
ever body seemed to be enjoying them
selves, word was brought of the sudden
death of Miss Emma Kline, youngest
daughter of Samuel Kline, two miles west
of Knon. The sad news casta gloom
oter the entire lawn fete. She wasa tilling
lad, high! respected and lieloted. So
full of life. Her many young friends will
regiet exceedingly her untimely death. She
had been a sufferer but a tew days with In
tussusception of the liowels, and had never
been sick In her life before, so that no such
fatal results were anticipated. Her father
and mother, vt ho were visiting in Adams
county. Ohio, were notified of her sickness
and came home last Monday, little e
iiectlng Mich a sad termination. The sym
pathy of the community is with them....
O. 1). Helmlc, of I'rbana, ).. Is visiting
his relative- in this community. A party
was given in his honor by Mis.seTillie and
Maud (taker, his cousins, last Thursday.
loseph Cline. who haslx-en working at
Valparaiso. Indiana, the past two months,
came home to Kpeud the Fourth. ...J. W.
Wood and family are visiting at South
Ic!ianou, O. . . Married At the residence
of J. W. Hanes. Miss Amanda Frack and
Leander Wingct, both of Knoll, on Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, by the Kev. Sir.
Hamilton of Yellow Springs Ohio The
happy couple went to housekeeping at once
in Mr. Atliy's house, on l'leasant street
The Fourth is being celebrated by most ot
our iieuple, some going to Dayton, some to
Springfield and others remaining at home.
...Anne shower of rain passed across
Mad Itiver township, about one mile east of
Kami, bunday evening, leaving Knon dry
as a fish. It has been three weeks since
the last rain, and the ground is drying up
aud the com is beginning to suffer.
people a nation of dysis'ptics,
Hut (ireeu's August Flower has done a
wonderful work in reforming this sad busi
ness and making the American ieople so
healthy that they can enjoy their meals and
Kemcinber: No happiness without health.
Hut Oreeif.s August Hotter brings health
and happiness to the dspeptic. Ask our
dniggLst for a bottle. Set enty-tit e cents.
General Howard has been advised that a
general court-martial has been convened to
try the Apaches who deserted recently and
went to raid in Arizona.
A VA mK
. f-o v c Blood Elixir is the onl v
VVV",VA Blood Kemtly guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. ItpuriCestho
whole system, and banishes all liheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it
Frank 11. Coblentz, corner Market and
amuel nreen, ot (irastille, (ia., was
taken by a mob aud terribly whipiKst for
having iisisl disparaging remarks about a
resieetable young lady of that place.
Servant girls and, in fact, most women,
suffer from Weak Back aud Side Ache.
Apply a I lull J'iisfcr and exjierieiice in
stant relief. Strengthening and pain-killing.
i. cts. druggists.
Comllnlnc IR0X with PI'ltK Tl.flt.TlllLK
TOMCS, qolrklr and romplrtrly CI.lUNsKS
n.I LMtUllDS TIIK 11IAMIU. Oalckrii
thrirllunnrthr Llitrsnd Kldnrji. Clears the
rom pinion, raitm the Mn imooth. Itdon not
Ilpitl.ln -ll.I. OTIIEIt IliOX MKDICI.WS IK).
PttfBicUnj tnd Drcf gists eTerjw hen, recommend it.
ichiiv the bk1 iu4s moTiDx sil dippti
us. It dots, nut butt llw tmta,
I'tah should not be admitted as a state
until jiolygamy has been rooted up aud
rooted out and the roots and rootlets aie
all dead aud turned to dust The iHiIygam
ists are trying to arrange a constitution
which will keep the promise of purity to
tue ear but "break it to the hoi-.'' It is a
fraud; and the Mormon people are a fraud
ulent, corrupt unpatriotic gang a desj.ot-
ism, manned by bosses, bulldozers and
swindlers of the worst class, i'tah is a
C.vr.vvvii.v. July 0 Tire next quarterly
meeting of the M. 1. church will be held at
Pleasant Hill iu four weeks from last Sun
day. Mr. Sloat. of Harmony, will repre
sent this M. P. district iu the ne.vt confer
ence. . . .Tobin Coffey and wife spent Sun
day and the Fourth with friends and rela
tives in the village James Truman, wife
and family were the guests of John A. dray
aim wllo la-t Mimlav C. r. McConkey's
residence and the opera house have bath
tx-en repainted, adding materially to their
former appearance. ...Prof. F. B.Pear
son, of McAllister university, in Min
nesota, is at home on a visit
Dr. A. K. McConkey spent Sunday and the
Fourth with his friends here. His visit
proved mighty interesting to the numerous
small boy, as he brought with him from
rrbana, material for ouite a display of
fireworks the evening of the Fourth. Sev
eral others In the village assisted iu mak
ing the evening ouite lively The mis
sionary entertainment will be held at the
M. E. church next Sunday at lo a. iu. and
at Pleasant Chaiel at -J::i0 p. in. Iet ev
erybody come out and hear the childieu.
Many of our sidewalks have l-en
treated to a course of new gravel. We
e.iect sooii to lie high and dry. . . .
(. J. Wohes and F. Itightmejer, esq., of
Springfield, were here to assist in installing
the new oiliecrs in Catawba lodge, I. O. O.
F., Saturday night last There are at
present several very desirable properties for
sale in this village, and no farmer who ex
pects to purchase city property and retire
from the active antics of life could find a
more opiiortune time to do it than now
Willie Murphy has settled down to busi
ness, and is doing well near Clde, Ohio.
tries to rise in the right way.
The Hon. Benjamin Buttei worth's
efforts In Canada, looking toward the
"HACKMETAC," a lasting and fragrant
IK-rfume. Price il and Jil) cents. For sale
by F. A. Garwood.
L.vvvi:i:x( evii.i.i:, O., July 3. Mrs. Ite
liecca Overholser. a pensioner of the war of
lhl-J, is seriously ill A child of Mr.
Sheets, of Miami City, was buried here
last week heat harvest is finished and
threshing will liegin next week The ai-
pieeropis almost a failure lames Bal-
lentine is reentering from an attack of
diphtheria. .. .The funeral of John Bers
vtut held Sunday afternoon. Interment at
Beam's cemetery. He was about 15 ears
old and unmarried. For a number of yeats
he wasatllicted with epilepsy The town
ship Sunday school meeting at Jacksonville
Sunday was a very interesting one and
with a large attendance. I'rofessors Prince
and Hoskiiison, Kenton Jenkins, J. S.
Peneton and Vice President Schonberger,
were the speakers. Hie quarterly rejairt
James 1). Keese. of Winchester. Ky.,
having been disapiNiinttsl iu love, jumped
from a third-story window of his lather's
hotel and was instantly killed.
safet rroMi Mnlnria.
The most vigorous constitution, and the
strongest physique, are not proof against a
disease the germs of which impregnate the
air we breathe and the water we drink.
The true preparative, the surest defense, is
hi fortifv the system with a intslicine which
posses siieeihe virtues as a safeguard and
remedy. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters is
precisely this article proved by conclusive
tests to be so. .Not only on this continent
wherever miasma gives birth to the ma
larial Infection, but In the tropics, when
fever and ague assumes Its most malignant
tyes, this incomparable, jnipular and de
serving medicine has, for over a third of a
century, shown its efficacy. Chill-, and fe
ter. dumb ague, bilious remittent, alike
yield to its Influence and are prevented hy
it The word "fail" has no place in the
lexicon of possibilities when this peerless
article is Useil. it tones the stomach,
amuses the liver when sluggish, and pro
motes healthful activity of the kldnevs and
Yan Phou Lee, a Chinaman, who gradu
ated at Yale, has married Elizabeth Maud
Jerome, a Xew Haven heiress, and will en
ter the journalistic held in that city.
"Rorcn on piles."
Why suffer Piles I Immediate relief and com-
?Icte "cure guaranteed. Aek for "Kough on
des." Sure cure for itching, protruding, bleed
ing, or any form of Piles. 50c At Druggists or
mailed. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N, J.
Wells' "Health Kenewer" re tores health and
vigor, cures Dvepcpsia, Impotence, Nervone
Debility. For WeakMen, Delicate Women. Jl.
VEIJLS HAIR llATIAjr.
If gray, restores to original color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Restorative. Stops halrcom
Dn X S RroOLEA, of Minon. Mm., mts: "I
nsssnmnd Kprau'i, Iron Bctiro as s vilusbk, bwiio
Ktt. It. M Drum. tUjacUi. In J . ur "I
1is,b fimHTitMsl Brown s ln Uittvrs m cssi ot
SD.S-mi Kud blond diwvuHSL slso wh?n A Iodic was
nisslod. snd it hsa pnmsl thopsif Lljr HAlislactorr.'
Mk Wm 11irsr.-jc,K( M,rjS .." Origin, L
) M llrowa's lr,m Hitter re!iTsl mo in c,
nl L1.NM1 iMSMWinx, aud I beartilj colum.'ii.l it to
la . noiti a t.loi1 punaer.
Mb. W MiiSAIUN.TUMmniuia, Ala. aajrs. "I
tul l.rn 1rouLIrl from chiMhouit ilh finpun
)ttxl and eruption on my facw- two t4tks, of
Hrown'a Irou Hitters euWl.l a rsrfrt inn,. 1
Laiinot iok tou hmhljr of ttiia TaluaMo Uioilicln.s
tannine baa alenwTraJa Mark aud issmms ns linos
oaraps.r THkrininlhrr. Stad.ouluy
uuoun ciiKiiu.tL co.. iiiLrijioiti na
jjylrR V"S A
i m I
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.
SPECIAL DBJUEFORTHE 4TH
A .' I
At Zue. in Switzerland, a terrible ca
lamity occurred. Halt the new iuays on
tbe lake shore sank. Forty house, in
cluilini: an Inu full of guests, were over
whelmed, and over a hundred of the sleep
ing inmates) crowned.
ARE STILL TRIUMPHANT!
For fifteen years thevhaiesteadllviralnwii in
favor, aud with sales constantly Increasing
have beeorce the most popular corsetthroujtti
out the United States.
Tbe (1 quality Is warranted to wear tntceas
locicas ordinary corsets. We have lately In
troduced the (i and R-II grades with ritralong
walit. and ecan furnish them when preferred.
Highest awards from all the world's Kreat
fairs. The last medal recelred Is for first de
irree of merit. from the lateexpositlonbeldat
V. hlle scores of patents have been found
worthies, the principles of the (Jlove-Flttlng
have proved Invaluable.
Retailers are authorized to refund money. If,
upon examination, these, corsets do not prove
Forsaleererywhere. Catalogue free on ap
plication. THOMSON', LAM! DON' A CO., N T.
REDUCTION OF 20PER CT.
Lawn Tennis mid Ititycle Nliiris
T. M. Gugenheim.
Can be found at the great Cheap Shoe Store of
GEORGE C. HANCE & CO.
No. 14 West Main St.
Shrewd Buyers Please Notice.
Decline in Flour!
ALL DEALERS WILL RETAIL
GOLOEH FECE !
Flour at the following prices:
Per barrel, in vsood or
sacks, - - - $5.20
1-4 barrel, 49ths, - - 1.301
1-8 barrel, 24l-2ths, - .65
We have filled our racks with new and handsome
And if you want anything in that line buy NOW before
the best patterns are all gone. Prices at our store
are lower than ever before heard of.
O. EC. PIERCE Sc CO.,
Leading Booksellers and Stationers,
13 SOUTH MARKET ST., SPRIXGFIELD. O.
I We guarantee Golden Fleece
! Flour to be always
THE NEW REMEDY FOR
Is a pleasant CORDIAL. MEDICINE and
STIMULANT of Great Value to Lawyers,
Preachers. Writers and Business Men who
are troubled with Loss of Nerve Power.
Tlif ootlihiK ami restorative rtltfUof
Ayer ClUTry IVr-tornl lire realiznl in all
ca-,e if coliN. coin;!!, throat or Iiiiik trouli
les, liil iLs powerful lieiilins qualities are
shown in the most serious iiilmonary dis
orders. The committee to whom was referred the
Kreucli bill taxing foreigner.-, approve it.
The XorUi (Icrnuin thizeUc, IINiuarekN
organ, referrint; to the bill, says it is about
time for Germany tn retaliate on France,
especially in Alsace-Lorraine.
"X tWV f le good thinps of this
vxx,vvjlife are sorrowfully let
alone on account of Dysjicpsia. Acker's
Dyspepslr. Tablets will euro Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Constipation: sold on a
positive guarantee at 23 and CO cents, by
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
The state's attorney has discovered that
the jury in the Chicago boodle cases has
been fixed ill the interest of the defendants,
and lie filed charges to the effect, naming
four men. The court will take action to
day. SHILOH'.S COl'till and Consumption
Cure is sold by F. A. tlarwood on a guar
ntee- It cures Consumption.
Will be paid to the person giving correct
meaning of our Trade-Mark.
EWS CHE AM HALM
Is not a liquid, muff or pottder. Applied
into nwtriU U quickly alwrUd. It clennxs
the head. Alliys inflammation. HcaUVit
tures. J!eitir(t tfiesensta oftaiU and ttnelL
SO cfntt at lirvrfti ; ly r,uit7, reyutfrfU CO ctnts.
ELY BROTHERS. l)ni?gistsOwcgo,XY.
In the market. Ask Tor
and tako no other lirantl.
At a meeting ot Americans and Kuglisli-. breaking down of the American tariff, aie j Vf "" ,'"1"" Sunday n-hool wasread.show-
wmu held at the t.rosvenor gallery, m not meeting with much surtess. The fact
Ixmdon, on UieFourtli of July, Mr. U!alneisu,e Canadians have a little tariff of
BJ1: . their own, which protects their industries
The United States Is the only countrr, against coiupetltion from Creat Untiati.
W1U1 a ailUlftU utIU.UMj. it..v a "ra"i
they know not when, and got into power!
they know not how. If there had been no
Fourth. England aud America combined
would not be so great a each actually Is.
i There Is no republican, no democrat Unlay:
rail' are Americans. All feel that their
country is greater than their party. We
meet here tonight on this platform of jia-
: triotiam. wanned by tlie emotions and tra-
iditionsof the' Fourth of July. Wecele-
If Terreuce V. l'owderly will iwraist III
i ing an average aneiuiance 01 o, and a
Mitig sum of money in the treasury and all
expenses paid. . . .There is an impression
here that the N'ew Carlisle 'im is trying to
be a democratic organ. ...Miss I'olly
ltookel was buried here Sunday. Her age
was almost seventy-six. tslits was lioni in
saying good tilings, it Is certainly nobody's , IVniisylvaiilu. and has lived in this town
fault but his own. His latest utterance Is , !,lllu ovt"r "' ya"
to the effect that a dollar spent for educa-1 j nip r "is.,
tion is better than a million dollars spent ' Manufartunsl only by the California Fig
for armor plate. That is the utterance ; Syrup Co., San Francisco, Cal., Is nature's
of a nhilosoDlier and statesman. only true laxative. tins pleasant Call
fornia liouid fruit remedy mnv be had at
A. I). I'arant, the defaulting cashier of , Dr. Casinr's dmg store, 50c. and SI bottles.
bxali! the dav on foreign soil with the gen- the Hocheliga bank, of Montreal, arrested ' It Is the most pleasant, prompt and effret-
eroui people of the British isles giving their in ltuffalo, has been handed over to the ive remedy known to cleanse the system; to
presence and their sympathy ana coiuno- , i nicago ueieciives. laraiu win oe rost- act on tne liver. Kidneys, aim Dowels gent-iititi-br
their art and beaut v to the com- cuted in Chicago, under an Illinois state ly yet thoroughly: to dispel headaches.
'-0 pteteoess of an occasion which is at once in- law. lor naving sioieu iiinus aim securities colds, ana levers, aim u cure constipation,
'4 jybriag and memorable. i iu his possession there. I indigestion, and ktudred ills.
I . r
" i w nMKiico
lUtilxxly tlir hiijh' rjrreUtu
cirstn tttmltrliHrKM.eiHH fort it ml
i ituruhititiHiiil nrrthe rriijitiiitj
JF A fttrurttes in finiluHnhlrrirctrM.
V "' a J.4.r.COUSINS,
jj wmiT soK( NEWYOHR.
4 V,f1 Ha
Rouse & PikrsouB.
Rooms 5 . .Mitchell Block.
S. E. Cor. Main and Market 8t.
msTia or ichiho tiith OarrsD
No relish for food,
languid, heavy feel
i.ng.as if tired, rest
lessness at nicht,
are all sure signs of
to those in Health,
and makes the lan
guid and debilitat
ed feel bright and
A PURE VEGETABLE TONIC.
GUARANTEED TO DO AS REPRESENTED.
If your drufjist or dealer hasn't AGARIC
he will get it for you. He ought to keep it.
SACHS-PRUDEN'S GINGER ALE
It told all over the world.
H. LI M HOCK Kit, and 57 ArcAd. Print
er. En rarer and FfutMnnaTiit stittrnhr
Wedding troods aud c&tllDir carda a specialty. '
Cupm OoftstHaCoIdfl, IIoarsoe.Crotin, Aithma,
DIIUtT JDUaCIa. JDCIDlCULiJuncumiv
tlon, ana relwrea rotvumptbe
lirwicLlUj, v, btfoptttf: Co
Kntom ia alTnj?M tUces of
Uirua frirS&ni. (m
tioa. Ilia ermine Dr. Pli
uougm nwrmp oll ttj in
tchlu Turf-fr. and Ur cvr
nvfstvtrtl trade-Mark i to it .
AliuWmUead in a Vtrtlt.a l:U
CQvnot-lViMi and the
iRaUvitjrosvtnretof JuAn ll.
Cltw LamaVa Ww-Ttw BrealTaWt-ro An
U IXMtJJ. It
TLete WaiuboarJi are made with
lSesiOVoutt rim. TheStrong
eit Loardi and bent watier m tba
worU. For tile br all dealvra.
HAUKUW M'F'G CO.t
-ITT A. (IKIIs.1 A CO.,
Ir t Office and Warero.
Residence 1H2 W. Ulith t.
I iil't ' Ht i iMTfassssWsPssssssTiTjTTTT!TiM'r j i IT7 1
JOIINHON- & DUKNK,
LU&EKSOrTUB E. L SIrAtT A BUN'S BOOK
17U West Columbia, street.
General Book. Binders aud Blank Bool Maun
rfsrtTV "f ' alOUtalaJiJ lTUU
- - - --- a-ram t.Miar as. in i iraaai
t,?r??&. SEMINAL PASTILLES.
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ttaOna lcnf thtT Wvifit!r rwrm rntsnnMlt
ad ax.dlirkn dowTi neo fth fnll enjojipnt cf
I ''-t and foil Mnl8tiT'urih and VicorposKaalth.
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u acuauun to buMjt, or um- pia
cwnLac tnetlieal rnneipir. By L.-ct
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vaafdaataiaiiar elnruof Iifarrrinnlttwti.,tapii)cal
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HARRIS REMEDY CO.. Mrc Cxtnsn,
RUPTUnca PCRSOK3 can hart) FREE Trial of ourADPliaiTO. Asit fcr Tirm.J
FINE CUT AND PLUG
Incomparably the Best.
bMd from rsHjUful mmn. .la ah
Kosvk. nil private IUae ant Trve.
lerrtlr i-fUMbl. Utt yrtir riiM-Hr
'l'tt It. M. Lmmc Mrtl. ., VVluttt-U, t;
cure ibtbwUMf H'act
A, quirt ly at home. UJi.
Tor B4M Mj HtaUtMary
pstfpOsHM. attlW UMttJfaal
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tfts. Ott ma M
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I'KNNYIIOYAI, 'WAFERS am
successfully us?d monthlr bj oer 10,U0Q
J tl per box by raail,or at druggiata. Setxled
Itorticulars 2 postage stamps. Address
TKK tCHatXA VUIMVXU UX, JJaTBOXT, A.-CB
Fur S:tlf1iy nanvk; U.l'oblenU antHml
II Ak ha us X C't.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only S3 SKAMI.KSS
Shoe Iu the- norltl.
Flntt Ciftir. ruTfMt tit. ami
warraatrd. t unr, Hultoa
ana ice,aii titira tue. aa yrs
Mila an.l durable as c
tboM- ctMrlnic V ur tjSj
. L. IMIITtaLAH S
inc j M.e4 aavtr-
tiM by other
ItoTtanweartheW. Ia.DOCGLAS3 SHOK
If your dealrr doet nt kwn them, oend Tour nameoa
postal to W. I.. DOUGLAS. Brockton, Mass.
PAXSON &. WELLAND
EXCLUSIVE AOEHTS '
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