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REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEXTNTG AUGUST 0 1887.
AT THE CIRCUS.
"Oabrioiet" Spends an Evening on the
Grauity Side of a Blue Circus Seat
and Has Lota of Fun.
Thli powder nerrYarlM. AmarTelofpur
nty, alremctl. and wholesoraeness Mora eco-
nOlniCjit tfl&n thnr.llnttt- Lln . AMnnnr
twiuldlucimpftitlon with the multitude ol
low test. fh.rt U.ht, slum or phosphate
r"" outuomyin cans kiiyal uakiho
Powdir Co . lev, u Ml t wt. New ork
The Reason Why
Ayer's litis arc so popular Is. tint
wliilo always reliable u a cathartic
turtliciue, they never leave any 111
euecta. This is because they are purely
vegetable, ami entirely free from calo
mel or an other dangerous drug In
all caes, therefore, whether the patient
lie old or joung, they may he confi
In the Southern and Western States,
where derangements of the lit er are so
general, Ayer's 11IU have, proved an in
estimable blessing. IX Y. Baiue, Xew
llerne, T. C, vv rites :
" I suffered a long time with stomach
anil liver troubles. I tried various rem
edies, but received no benefit until I
commented taking Ayer's l"ills These
pills benefited me at out. e. I took them
regularl) for a few months, and my
health vv as completely restored "
Throughout Xew England, next to
lung diseases. Stomach arid Ilowel
Complaints are the most pre alint.
and Constipation are almost universal.
Mr Gallacher, a practical chemist, of
Itoxbury, Mass., who was long troubled
ith Dyspepsia, writes :
"A friend induced me to tryAver'a
Tills, and, after taking one box without
much benefit, I was disjiosed to quit
them, but he urged perseverance, and,
before I hail finished the second box, I
began to experience relief. I continued
taking them, at intervals, until I had
used eleven boxes. Suffice it to say,
that I am now a vv ell man. and grateful
v jour chemistry, which outstrips
The head and stomach are always in
sxxnjiathv ; hence the caue of most of
those distressing headaches, to which
so main, especially women, are subject
Mrs. Harriet A. Marble, of l'otighkeep
sie. X Y , writes that for years she was
a iart r to headache, and ne er found
an thing to give her more than tern
porar) relief, until she began taking
Ayer's Pills, since which she has been
lu the enjo) ment of perfect health.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowsli, Matt
Sold by all Druggists.
WORTH $2, $2.50, $3.
a.i Kiiii .r . uris K4iljm4le and
JfiletoOrd'. Bottom Prices.
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Jlo. ." Kast Main Street.
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What tlitiClrcil lllnc MhiwvmI up
The llnlr-1 Iftltiir lliillmi
A short time ago a circus and menagerie
gave a couple of (lerforiuatices In this city
and 1 consented to go and take mself to
see the animals. It had been a long time
since I had gone to a circus and I attended
with a passionate hojie that some of the
clown's jokes had d led of old age during
in) absence liut 1 fo uul out th it nothing
of the kind had occurred, and vv lien I en
tereil a little late the pinner reunion of
witticisms was on In full blast.
Hut I must sa that I enjojed the show
In tents-Iy. I had gone In on a coinpli
tuentar) ticket, which stated In large slant
ing t)ie that I could go through the whole
show and not have ati)body eo through me.
I first went Into the menagerie, where the
wild beasts were. Some of the animals
were wilder than others, but some were
I got particular!) interested in the case
of a hvena. who led a sedentar) II e in a
large red cage. The h)ena had evidently
consulted a ph)sician as to the necessitv of
moving about as much as povslule. lie
would take exercise) up toward one end of
the cage and then take it back w ith him to
where he started f mm. The hjena had
large scabs on his sene of sight and looked
pretty tough. He was accredited on the
bills as belli e a beast that would b lrglarize
a crave and eat a large ami mammoth
monument, epitaph and all, in ,
a composed and easj man
ner. Also that he was speciall)
fond of raw deceased, and liked nothing bet
ter than to deplete the census of a cemeterv
b) first gaining the confidence of. and then
cetting around some of its citizens of
The hjena certainlj didn't look danger
ous. In the ntjle In which he was wearing
tils ferocity at the time I was present. He
did look as If he was robbing a irav e. but
onl) for a few weeks longer and then the
grave would claim him
I asked the man ho was feedinc the
blood) monster with a spoon, if he was a
laughing hjena. The fellow replied that
he n as, but he onl) became luerrv in the
reeking moonlight of the crepitant jungle
The foregoing Is w hat the man aid and he
hadn t a vicious face either. I asked the
man if he wouldn't please make the hyena
laugh. He said he couldn't possibl) so long
as the down kept talking
That man would never do for a clown.
He would have too man) hair-breadth
escapes from having an idea once during
the tenting season.
I moved on with the crowd and stopped
in front of a camel. There Is something
inteie ting about this animal to me.and it's
always been a ni)sfer) how so mild-mannered
a beast could have his back up so
constant!). This camel looked like a duck
in the face and w as v ery bald about the
digestive organs. A camel, it is said, can
go without water for a long time, but
usually takes a little with Its desert. The
above Joke would go for nicely in a three
ring circus, but should be kept carefully
corked for fi4 ) ears before ued.
The hippopotamus wa.s the next animal
that attracted me. This beast Is the biggest
insect known, for he Is a behe-moth More
grand larcen) for the clown The speci
men in this show was particularly atlluent
In mouth, and would open and let ) on see
Ids works every minute or two. In color,
lie was a compromise between a grub-worm
and a stone-bruise. The bills said that he
sweat blood, but he didn't open any arte
ries while I was around In fact he de
voted his time to wading around in a little
portable mud-puddle, and showing the pub
tic the roof of his mouth.
When I got inside the circus and sat
down on one of the cold blue seats, the
show had already commenced. The circus
seat Is the only thing that will cut a dia
mond, and one of the reserved chairs will
mash it to powder If jou wear one on the
same side of the tent. At the time I en
tered a young lady was riding a plaid
horse about the ring. The ring was about
all there was around her. The young
woman acted in a very astonishing manner.
As soon as she got fairly balanced on one
foot she picked up the other with her hand
and holding It close to her face, commenced
to examine it critically. I presume she
wished to see why she couldn t just as well
stand on It as the other If
out of the mail-pouch The stage coach
was old and care-worn and looked as though
it isuld lianll) last during the ierforiiance
ell. It started on its trip with a tough
looklng driver handling the reins of the
four horses and a cow-bo) hi a large red
shirt on the top with a look of determina
tion and considerable tobacco juice about
Ids mouth When the coach pissed a wild,
lonelv spot ill the road, entirely sllnt ex
cept for the lonel) hoot of the lemonade
fiend and uninhabited save b) about
J.ooil suffering citizens on the
hard blue seats, a band of
dusky red-skins, led by Kaln-ln-tho-Kace
and Why - Did -They- lg-Ma's-Grave mv-
Deep. rushed out from behind a uiountiin
cauvon, giving utterance to a large yell
and charging after the coach. As soon as
tliedrivir saw that the coach was going to
b- Httai ked he lashed Ills horses into a run
and the man In the red shiit lazily put
awayaukkle library he was reading and
prepared to defend himself to the hop
bitter end. He drew a pistol fruui his
INM'ket and leveling it at the foremost In
dian, who by this time was
close to the coach, pulled the ripe and lus
i ions trigger. There was a groundless re
port and the Indian fell off his horse a
corpse and trotted out to the dressing room
to gi t into his tights for the chariot race.
The rest of the red dev ils pressed f orw ard
with their niurdeJous blank cartridges
cocked and ready to take somebody's life
and keep !L There was a constant pop
ping of pistols and the gentleman
with the red shirt and the wide hat
sent iii.iiiy a painted warrior to the happy
hunting grounds which adjoined the circus
tent on the w est. Hut the redskins out
numbered the man on top of the coach and
their swift little ponies were rapidly gain
ing on the cumbrous sface-coach. Just
atiout the tune that the vehicle passed a
wild rocky point where the man was sell
ing tickets to the concert, the Indians sur
rounded It, and yelling like a pack of
demons attempted to drag the
driver from his seat Hut at this import
ant juncture a bind of coli)H. led bv a
i hippie who ought to have had his hair cut.
sw iini, out from behind a muslin precipice
and attacked the savages. The battle was
short and decisive. The red devils tied be
fore the white men, and beat a retreat to
the lemonade stand. Thecolx)s lelsure
iv followed the coach out of
the tent In attitudes smtgestlve
of deep Diode-ty and retiring humility.
Had I been a passenger In the coach, with
valuables about me, I would rather have
run in) chances with the Indians than the
The same evening. Hiin-ln-the-Face.
llair-I.ipped Democrat and the band left
the cit) on the circus train. I presume
the) obtained transportation on a scalper's
Ite.ult or the llitnire Mmle lu .Inly To
tul Number of llouk. in the I Htrftry.
Duriug the month ot July Mr It. C.
Woodward, librarian ot the I'ublic library,
and his assistants made an invoice o( the
books in the library. The work was con
siderable and had tots' done with great
care, but it was completed satisfactorily
Following is the result of the invoice
No of ols
Mellon, duplicate 7s7
Juvenile books, tnriudlint history, bi
raphy and travel!
Juvenile, etc . duplicate
Travels, adventures and geography
Poetry and drama
Their llli.liir.s lliioinlnK
I'robabl) no one thing has caused such a
general revival of trade at Chas l.udlow A
Co 's drug store as their giving avva) to
their customers of so nmti) free trial bot
tles of Dr. King's Xew Discover)" for Con
sumption Their trade Is simply enormous
in this very valuable artkle, from the fate
that it always cures and never disappoints
Coughs. Colds. Asthma. Ilromtntls. Croup,
and all throat and lung disiases ipikkly
cured. ou can test It before buyine by
getting a trial bottle free. large size 31.
Kvery bottle warranted.
Huoks of refereiue
Xmnber Mnrn out. being unfit forclrcula
umber lost and still unaccuuuted for
That was the number reported
hand May 1st, 185T.
II rare I p
ou are feeling depressed, your appetib
is iHsir, you are bothered with headaihe.
sv! I J"" art" '"'""J- nervous and gem rally out
TM "' ,""', al"! want to hnin up. Hrace up'
4DI hut not with stimulants, spring medicines,
i.Jllior bitters, which have for their basis very
e ' cheap, bad whiskv, and which stimulate
.,-0ljim for an hour, and then leave you in
worse comlittoii than bifore. What you
want is an alterative that will purify your
blood, start healthy aition of I.iver and
Kidneys, restore )our vitaht). and give ri
new ed health and strength. Stub a inedi
due ) on v.111 hint in Klecmc Hitters and
mil) iu cents a bottle at Chas. l.udlow A
Co 's drugstore.
Dr. Albert's next visit to Springfield, Monday, September 5,
Superior Street, next to Postoffice. Cleveland. 0.
Chronic, Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
Successfully treated upon
The Latest Scientific Principles.
Warren (irlmlle llatlly Hurt, nml IVrhMi
Mr. Warren Crlndle, a )oung man living
nearOsborn, was perhaps fatally Injured
by a fall Thursday. He was working with
Mr. William bnedikerou the barn of Mr.
D. II. Huston, and was standing on the
comb of the roof at one end, under an Im
provised crane, assisting Mr. Huston to
draw up shingles, when the crane gave way
and knocked him otf. He fell a distance
of thirty or thirty-live feet, alighting Hit on
his hack on the hard ground. Suediker.
who was working beside him. attempted to
csti h him as he fell, but just missed him.
He was carried homo and Drs. (iieene and
hearl summoned. His back was so badly
swollen that it was impossible to say how
serious the Injury is. but the spinal cord is
not involved as seusation and motion ou
the lower extremities are not impaired. I'p
to yesterday nothing serious was dev eloied.
am! it is hoped and believed that nothing
Burklln'nArnica inlv. I
The Hest Saia e in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sjres, Ulcers, Salt Klieuiu, Fever
Sires, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and iMisitirely
curis Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by Charles l.udlow ft Co.
First Biptlst Sunday school at TO am
Preaching at luttvm by th pastor. Key.
s. i. "ininson.u 11. inerewuibennservlces
in the evening Ml are cordially Invited to
st 1'aut.M K.ihurch. ell,m .springs treet
nejr High Kev. Thomas Collett. uastor. f-un
dav school at 9 a m Preaching at 10 TO a.
m ana s p m. .--rvices all through the day
especially Interesting on account of reception
ot new members beats free. A1J, Invited.
First Presbvterian. corner Main and Flther
streets Rev. tt. C. Falconer. II 1). castor
Kev Dr. Richards ot Vitttenberg collrge. will
preach at H a m. .sabbath MMiool at
2 Jo am. Voung people's prayer meeting at
up m .o evening service until September.
The public Invited.
Central M. E Sabbath school at 9 a m.
l'n aching at in l a m by Kev . K. Ort. pres
ident ot vvlitenberg college deueral class at
2-Wp. m o evening service. ts:it are free
"trangers cordially welcomed.
I nlversallst Church Preaching tomorrow at
(i A K hall at 11 a m . by Kev Henrietta
Moure ?unday school at JO a m bubject
ine .-vew innu jonno A cordial luvl
tatlou extended to all
econd Presbyterian Preaching at 11 a m
by the pastor. Key 0. 11 rullerton. 1) Li
oung people's meeting at 7 IS p. m Prayer
meeting Wednesday evenlnr at s p ni
evening service. Ail are cordially Invited to
lolled Presbyterian, corner of Limes tine
and Mulberry streets abbath Mbool at "..so
a m Preaching by the pastor. Key Joseph
Kyle at It a m and ip m oung people's
meetings at 7 P.m. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening All cordially Invited to
Trinity Baptist church, corner south Lime
stone and Mulberry straets Preaching at 11
a n ounc people's meeting at 7 p ni No
preaching In the evening. Sabbath school at
o oia m Prayer meeting Wednesday sum.
abbath school at If m In the chapel on
west Plesiut and old Dayton road. PreachlUE
baturday and Sabbath evening and through
out the week at s o clock. In the gospel tent at
corner of east High street and ttreenmount
avenue ll are invited. J. 11. Huberts. pa&
I.igonda 1' II church C J. Burkert. pastor
The "-abbath services will be conducted
hjKev.fi. V, kelster, P K of Dayton Holy
sacrament service at lOJUa m. being the
last for the present church year. Evening
service at S p in Sabbath school at 9 p in
-traugers are cordially Invited.
second English Lutheran L. (Intvvald.
piitur 'sunlay school at 9 a ni Preach
ltic .it 10 III a m and at s rj m Wednes
She day evening services at 8 p m. Everybody Is
wanted to. It "may have been, welcome
however, that she was looking at a "" ", ., J '; "'ur".""Un
A IJuer Will Cn.e.
Proceedings are being instituted to break
the will of James Miller, formerly of near
Clifton. The will leaves everything to his
widow during lift; upon her decease SJ.uuu
Is to go to the "Uible Society of which he
Is a member," and "S1.000 to the Reformed
Presbyterian church, new school." He
also upon his wife's death wants his wife's
sister to have S500, hut If she does not
need it. it then goes to the church. The
balance of the estate is then unprovided
for. The question seems to hinge upon
what church he meant in his will. The
probate court will probate the will, appoint
the executor and let the common pleas
court settle it Xenia Torchliylit.
H W as Playing Cirrus.
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning
Jerry, the 10-y ear-old son of Mr. J. J. Mc
Carthy, while playing circus in ft hay mow
with several other bovs fell through the
hatch-wa) to the stable below, breaking
both hones of Ins right wrist Dr. Hussell
rendered the necessar) attention.
com, but I think that such matters could
p m Class roeettog every Tuesday evenlug
--. -- - - i in . mas lUT-ciufe t..j iuiua; , c
have been attended to in the (un)dressing-1 at f i m beats free 0 P. Koss. pastor.
tent before she got her ring costume out or
the envelope in which it was kept at. All
this time, mind you, the polka-dot horse
was plunging with fiery reluctance around
the ring at a rate that would not hare been
less than a mile from now on. The young
lady fii.ally jumped through several paper
hoops, but not with much success, for she
tore every one of them.
Another lady. In a costume that was
light an' naiy almost next came out and
lifted a chair with her jaw. bhe wasn't
an unusual woman. but she raised a different
thing with her jaw from what most of her
sex do. Eight clowns mad with envy at
The next thing was a horse that walked
a rope. It was taut, of course. Clowns
organize an assassination association.
Following this came an act in which two
)oungiuen la) on a board and twl-teil
themselves outof every kind of shape im
aginable. One of them finally succeeded
in getting his cerebellum hooked over his
diaphragm and his superior femoral arterv
caught over Ins left ear and dangling down
almost to his heart disease. The other
gave up at this point and took his feet out
from behind his medulla oblongata. My
the w a .an oblong gaiter isn't a bad place for
All the attractions sunk Into Insignifi
cance, however, wnen the linlian part ol
the show commenced and the Wild West
was turned loo- The noble red min or
the forest looks at his liest in a circus tent
When you see him cavorting arotiug the
ring in a pair of bow-legged overalls, vou
cannot help but think how he must have
regretted to be discovered hv Columbus and
how he put the matter off as long a. he
could decently. You feel sorry that he was
obliged to change the wild, untutored free
dom of the boundless continent for the nar
row routines of civilization, consisting of a
plug hat and a drunk that is becoming more
and more annual every year. Hut you
sometimes reflect that it wouldn't be a bad
idea for the Indian to change his wild, un
entered shirt at times. Vou pity him and
cease to loathe the poor Indian.
1 guess these Indians were the real red
devil varlet), f or the) ) elled and patted
their mouths with their hands in a way
that proved it. One or two of them was
--econd BaDtist. south Factory street Rev
U llton R Boone, pastor. .Sunday school at
"Ma in. Lord's fiupper administered at 11
a in. Preaching at p. m by the pastor. All
at" sua m Preaching ser.lce at 11 a m ).
P fi C L. meeting at 7 P in T'achers' meet
Ingat " p in ou are cordially luvlted.
Congregational Lagonda avenue W. tt
Pierce, pastor, babbath schonl at 2 p ni 0
E ruUer. superintendent oung peoples'
meeting at 7. Preaching at 8 p m.byKev.N
P Duulap. All are Invited.
Christ Church (Episcopal There will be no
servl-e at this church until further notice
sunday school at the usual hour.
Hrst Lutheran, corner High and Factory
streets-Rev. J. B lletwlg. D D . castor
"abb ith school at "a. m. Preaching at 10 10
a m by Prof tt . sta Uosklnsou
No evening services Prayer meeting
onttednesdiy evening. Vou are Invited to
MetLo list Protestant. Pleasant street, be
tween Mirket and Center suudayschool at t
a. m Preaching at 10 m No evening
service Wednesday evening prayer meeting
at s o'clock tt J. Hnley. D D, pastor
ll are cordially Invited to these services
HUh street M E church Rev. R II Rust.
D D. ptstor sunuav ?s;hool at " JO a m
Preaching at 11 a m by the pastor. No
eveiitr-g service during summer
(race M. E West Mala street B F. Jack
sun, pastor Preaching each "sabbath at lu JO
a in aud s p. m Mbbath school 1 Jo p in
Classs and prayer meeting Thursday at 8 p m
cordial welcome to all
Ioflceiiiaii anil Druggist.
An old and chestnuty joke Is related
of a Itoston policeman who was sent punt
haste to n drug store the other da) to net
Mime medicine fur a tick man in a police
station. While he was waiting for the
medicine to lie compounded the polite nnd
suave drug clerk asked him to have a glass
of soda With the wild hope that there
might be a "stick" in it the iwliceman
replied that he didncar'fedid If there
was any "stick" lu it, It must have been
n crocked "stick," for the taste was un
known to the "cop," and tlc withal.
Swallowing his disappointment with the
other stuff, the policeman then asked if
that medicine wasn't nearly ready. "My
dear sir," replied the clerk, with a su
perior sort of smile, "you have just taken
it In the soda; we frequently give un
pleasant medicines In thatwa)." What
-Ha visiHr-omnn cnlil is not recorded- tint It
picturesquel) attired in bear-skin, but not voll nev er appear in any Sunday school
tola. 11 I
to the extent of the lad) rider, w ho had
just finished her act
I got a little inside information atiout tin
Indians from one of the squaws before the
show. This young woman spoke hnglish
jer) well, notwithstanding her strong Irish
accent The chiefs name, she said, vv is
ltain-ln-the-Kace. I then asked her for
the names of some of the brav es. and she
tua me mese: liare-upped
book Xew York Tribune
M4icii. Cu, IS a. 1 1 Ik SM
!-' 'TV- !- SUd 17 tU lmffit.
Young - Mari - Afraid - of - his - Toothbrush,
Young -Man-Stranger-to-Soap, Why- Did-They-Dlg-Ma's-(Jrave-so-Deep,
Wont-Go-IIome-till-Moniing. 1 asked her
If the Indians were fed aSioux-table diet
and she said the) occasional!) ate a can
The first act of any Importance in the
Wild West w as the attack on the stage
coach and an attempt to -teal a sistal-card
The Union Why.
"Howls It that )ou charge me fifty
cents for this little pinch of bicarbonate
of soda when you gave me three times as
much for ten ceuU yesterda)" Drug
gist Wc tire filling a prescription today.
Democrat i Suppose we are going to translate Latin
i for nothing? My dear sir, you don't seem
to appreciate w liat it costs to obtain a
classical education. Hold uul I've given
you oxalic acid That bo) 's always shift
ing them bottles around." Boston Tran
script. A new kiiid of traveling flask has a
place for a spoon, siinir nnd condensed
lemuu waters in the lu.lber c.iae.
Tlilnl Knfllsh Lutheran.
Members of the Thlr 1 Kngllsh Lutheran
church will meet tomorrow (Sunday) after
noon at half )ast .! o'clock at Mr. Oscar
Walt's, corn er ofMarket street and Southern
avenue. The meeting will be both for re
ligious exercises and to hear a report from
the church council.
Kegular assembly of Springfield Council,
No. 17, K. and S. M.. next .Monday at 7:'!0
p m. Petitions to be acted upon. Com
panions cordially inv ited.
I II. Kmri, Kecorder.
'Die I. 1! A W. annual Niagara Kails ex
cursion will leave Springfield at r .!" p m ,
Thiirsda), August Uth. arriving at the Falls
at 7: 10 the next morning. The excursion j
train will be divided into a sufficient num
ber of sections to insure against del)s.
and will have attached sleeping, dining and
reclining chair cars, all of which will run
through both going and returning. To the
many great attractions which nature has I
bestowed upon this favored spot the genius
of man has added the great suspension
bridge, inclined plane railways,
and last but not least. the
great curiosity of modern engineer
ing, the wonderful Cantilever steel
bridge. The excursion train will remain at
the Kails twenty-four hours, and all return
ing on that tram will be given a daylight
ride along the south shore of Lake Krle.
pissing througli Cleveland and over the
great elev ateil bridge, giving excursionists
a splendid view of the cit). Kxcursioii
tickets will be good going onl) on excur
sion tram but will be good returning for
live days from da) of sale. Fare for round
trip. 3i. Call at once at the I. It. A W. de
pot and reserve an) extra accommodation
)oudesire. Wvi. Hifhi.m v.
I). II. Kochf, General Agent-
jbb a Urn lord thr mot wonderful
wurrrM lu the treatment of the
rtinf-M to hlh be detuteM III
peclal attention, and tliruah
year of patient labor and re
earfb he baa discovered the
niovt Infallible method of eurine
general waakne. Involuntary
confusion of Ideas palpit
ation of the heart, tlmldltr
disease of the throat nose and
skin affection of the liver,
stomach and bowels these ter
rible disorder that make life a
miserable existence and render
lac marriage Impossible.
Married persona or young men
contemplating marriage, aware
of Physical Weakness or any
other disqualifications speedily
rel!evrel lie who places himself
nnder the care of UK. ALBhKT
may confide In his honor as a
geutlenian, and confidently rely
upon bis skill as a physician.
laamed lately cared and rail vigor
restored: This dlstresslnc sanc
tion which renders lire a burden
and marriage Impossible Is the
anally- paid by the victim mt
Imprudence. Cunsnlt DR. AL
BERT at ouee and yon will and
the sympathy and relief that
you positively require.
Sa"erers from this duties sing
disorder, the symptoms ofwhlrh
are a dull and unsettled mind,
which liiitlls them for the aer
fonnanre of their business and
social duties, makes happy
marriages impossible, distresses
the action or the heart, causes
dashes or heat, e II forebodings,
lns, tiring easily or company.
preireenee to oe alone.
reellui? as tired In the marnlnc
as on retiring, xrnite deposit in
urine, nervousness, trembling,
watery and weak eyes, dyspep
sla, roustipatlon, pain and
weakness lu limbs, etc.. should
con. nil OK. ALBERT Immedi
ately and be restored to health.
.A. CUBE "rAJESK-A-l-TT-BID.
Persons Hulneo m Health by I'nlearned Pretenders who keep Trillins; with
them .Ylouth alier Ylouih, sivlng Pol-onoiis and Injurious
tumpounds, should Apply Immediately.
DEUaDlfaRI C PIIDCC Perfected n oil cues which have been nrclected or nnskiUfally
nLrnHnrtPiDLL uUnLO treateil. No exrenmenu or failures Parties treated by audi or
express, but wnere possible personal eon.nlUfion i. nrf.rrM
CUBABLK ClRrs til'lBllTKKD.
Address wlla Posts,
ATsTCases and correspondence .Sacredly Confidential. TreatmantMaVtCO.1
to may part of the United states.
Sinking Out Ills Halm.
A film )onng mini vvns perched on a
stool In one of the large restaurants near
The Tribune building devouring u straw
lierrj dumpling The capacity of the res
taurant was not Mifticieut for the rush o
ciLstonurs, nnd behind the fortunate pos
sessors of st, Nils formed another line of
hungry candidates gl iring ovtr the shoul
dirs of the eaters and watching each
mouthful disappear. Behind the slim
joung man, however, four hungry eyes
watched the vanishing fragments of straw
berry dumpling Thtre were two con
testants for the seat a corpulent old per
son In spectacles ami a jX man with a
silk li it.
The slim jmvng m in, completing his
lunth, oliuilnsl down from his perch, nnd
the corpulent vvntcher, with great activ
it, liegnn to climb up
"Hold on," said the other candidate,
"llccaue, sir, I have a right to the seat.
I was here, sir, when that young man
begnn to eat his dumpling Perhaps,"
added the tall man scornfully, "jou think
that I have beui standing here just to
count how man) mouthful there are in a
straw lierry dumpling "
The elderlv man laid Ms hand on the
stool and said, with the confident air of
one who holds four aces "I am verj
sorrv, sir, but vou really hare no claim at
all I was here when this joung man
was unable to decide whether he wanted
a strnv lrr) dumpling or custard pie "
And then the corpulent old man, having
"een" the tall man and gone him one
belter, clnuKsl upou the stool, and his
rival moved sadlv along to stake out an
other claim on a man who had just or
dered ll-li lialls with tomuUi sauce Chi
cago lit raid
Carbolic Arid fur ludlgestlon.
Of late cases of indigestion have lieen
trt.itcd v. ith (arlmlicncid, its tmplovmeut
King found vi rv satisfactory in that form
of djspepsia Known as fermentative, ac
rompanicd b constant sour risings and
imitations of gas, with pains after meals
nnd discomfort ev en after drinking milk
or it sou It has proved useful in the form
of glvci'rine of i.irlsjlic acid, that is, one
part of irjstallizeil carbolic acid to four
juirfs of glvierine, the dose King from
live to ten minims In mint watir, or other
couvtuient vthiile In ta.-e of much pain
of the stomach nftir food, it has Km
found useful to add live or six minims of
the liquor opil setlntivus to each dose,
and, win n there is want of tone in the seat
of indigestion and Uul appetite, flveorteu
minims of the tincture of nut vomica have
proved serviceable It Is an interesting
subject of lnquir) whether the carlsjlic
acid, in this nppllialion, acts bv arresting
fermentative ih inges in the stomach, or
by its well known aiij'sthetic influence on
mucous membranes Xew Orleans Times
In delicate health, and all who suffer from
habitual constipation, will find the pleasant
California liquid fruit reuiedv, Svrup of
Figs, more easily taken, and more beneficial
In effect than an) othei remedy. It acts
prompt!) )et geutl) on the bowels, kidnejs,
liver and stomach, and does not sicken or
dibllltate. For sale at Casper's drug store.
Excursions lo Ctofloiistl.
The presentation of "Koine I'nder Nero"
will be given under the auspices of the
Order of Clncinnatus from August 1st to
September 3d, inclusive. The Pittsburg,
Cincinnati and bt. Louis railway Pan
Handle route will sell cheap excursion
tickets to Cincinnati each day during the
performance, good returning three da)s
from date of sale.
Persons taking advantage of the excur
flon to Niagara, via the 1. 11. AW., on
Tnesda), August tlth, will please bear in
mind that each section of the excursion
train will be accompanied bi a competent
agent, who will be supplied with the fol
lowing side-trip tickets- Niagara to Toron
to and return, 51: Niagara to Thousand
Islands and return, tickets good returning
for ten da)s, 81; llrocton to Mayville and
Chautauqua lake and return, TUc. Stop
oven will be allowed returning at any and
all points on the N. Y. C. A M. I If). In
cluding Buffalo, Dunkirk, lirocton, "Chau
tauqua lake," Erie and Cleveland. Passen
gen must be particular to make their ar
raiigeiuents with excursion agent on the
going trip, as that will be the onlv available
npportuuit) to secure stop over privileges,
Niagara tickets are good returning until the
llee Line I- icllrsion.
The C. C. C. A 1. rallwa) will run a
special train to Da) ton on .Sunda), August
7th. Train leaves bpringtield at S a. m ,
returning leaves Dav ton 7:'.0 p. m. Fare
onl) 70 cents round trip. This excursion is
run to enable all who wish to visit the
Knights of I') Unas In camp at the fair
The Bee I.Ine will aHo sell special excur
sion tickets to Cincinnati during the month
of August on account of the presentation
of Home under Nero given h) the Order of
Half fare will also be made to Delaware
and return on Aug. 6th and 7th on account
of the encampment of the iith O'lio In
fantry. These tickets will be good return
ing until August 8th, Inclusive
(J II. Kmiiiit. Ticket Agent.
D. B. Maktii, :. P. A. lSlb
Tlis VAltteuberK Conservatory
of music will be opened. In connection
with the college, on the Uth of September.
Pupils should arrange to be present a few
da)s in advance so as to commence prompt
ly at the opening of the session.
The tuition will be artistic and thorough
No teachers will be em ployed except those
fully competent to teach the methods of I,e
bert and btark. as now taught in Sluttzart.
In Europe, and, in this country. In the Cin
cinnati conservator) of music.
For terms and accommodations, address:
WlTTJ M1H.0 CoNshllVVTOItV OF MfslC,
Boxlfll. Sprlngtield, O.
K. or 1", Kxcurslim to On) ton ln llee
Divisions ti and tl. Knlglils of P) thias.
will run a grand excursion to Da) ton ou
Thiirsda). August tth. onl) 70 cents round
trip ThKets good going onl) ou train
leaving Sprlngtield at 7 S5 a. in , good re
turning ou rtgular tiains August 4th and
5th. This excursion is run to accommodate
those who wish to visit the Sir Knights in
camp and also witness the grand parade to
take place August -Ith. It is expected sev
eral hundred Knights will lie in line, as this
is the annual state incampmtnt I .et ev
er) hod) go. i. II. Kmiiiit, Agent
Grand excursion to Do) ton on Sunda).
August Till, onl) 7i)c. round trip Tike
jour basket and spend a delightful dav
with the best people on earth, the linest
and largest t am of l' K K. of P ever seen
in this countr). Trains leave Springtitld
at i o'clock a in ; returning, leave Da) ton
at 7. !fl p m.
Kxriirslon lo Miililletuwn 41I1I0.
On at count of the meeting of the ordit
(1. l ofO F. at MIddletowii. Ohio. All
gust 3d. the llee Line will make excursion
rate of St 'Jl round trip tnkets, good going
on train leaving Sprlngtield at 7. 15 a m ,
August 3d, aud good returninir August 3d
and 4th. I. II. Kmi.iit.
The excursion tn kets to Niagara ou the
excursion August 'Jlh, via the I. It A V,
will be good returning until August 111.
A set of teeth from SS up. Rowland,
dentist. 8 S. Market street, over I,eut)'s.
DON'T WAIT! COME AT ONCE!
BRUCE. HAUK & CO.'S
Ciitss Coords, Colds, HoarjKOsrn,A
BpjachltuTwbgoplBa' Cbush. Inelissns Coni
rierioiis is i
tins. His I
ttoosUtaf relieve eotwunipuv
Knona uratcta or
HUMS.. Price i On
Couok Syrup l ikU ortlr In
i( wrapverw, na wr wir
A BuiF lltad ik a t irvtV.a rf-
Strtp innriow uuwi. ami mj
Bull t A.V. Meter Co., Sottt
prop BjtfUmora, lid., US.A,
Chew !-' n The crvatTobarro An-
Hundreds of men's Sack and Frock Suits, onen 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' CHG !
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.
lIZ-M'IG &I8. East 2nd S?.
O - o-j Cincinnati. n-
HURST & THORNTOH, L -1? uaa. I
e iff EASTERl OHIO AfiDTS. P"EET MlTAl im any TOPU
Black RurE0.&MjWi2E0 or
nua. obis. I, ka,am!:in Iron
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WHEELS AND WHEEL MATERIAL
FDR SALE AT DBISCOL'S SHOP
All kinds of wagon and carriage repair work done
promptly at lowest prices.
SPRINGFIELD WHEEL CO.
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
SHOULDER and BACON.
PURE LEAF LARD!
For Family Use.
1 6 E. High Street.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Oorner VVral High St. and OT.Inul AH?,
i Blank Book Work and Legal Blanks a
A POSITIVE i
Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
-" Firienin rrniw u rmia the dm of
C n r m wtthool
t thfvber li
"whbk" cse in rour day or I,
jn,f al.wiil wtilh .
certain t roture iiy",tpia
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