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REPUBLIC, THURSDAY JKV1SMIKG, SJEra&l&EK 50. 1887.
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twenty-five THiOTTSjajsriD XDoriij.is
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cent. IT you nave never visiieu ine ramous tins rnce duui ana onoe nouse in mo nrcaue, uu su ai uiiue. ne .ane pleasure in snowing our youus.
STARKEY &, SCOWDEN,
$25.000 ! I
Th.' :dj ! ii.l of L-uu-drj Strip
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iiew Urlea'is K usitiiKL OiLiran
tevd sImi'iiU Ij -and for plural
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AH eommunlcsiloas and contrtbntlons
noula be afldresssa u Cunrov M Kichoi..
Siltor. and all tusluesi letter to Thomas O.
REPUnLIC BUILWXG, '
TcUpbon Ko. 3 JO.
IHUHSOaT EENWC.SE?IEIBE 29.ISB7.
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Llr'-tenant 5 ivcaor.
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JlcTs i 3.) ' Public Works.
C. V lLH.lvlM.Ell.
Ilth Senatorial District.
Tor ttate stfalur,
TIlO-5 . t -WitlLU
BEPUBL1CAN CQMTf TJGSLT.
lie preseata tire.
Probate J ud?ei:
JOUS C. .V.1LLK1.
S. A. T0U1.
:JOUS M. aTKWAKT.
.! 0'Kfs; Klt MK WKIL.
We. uapiien to know that Mr. Abell. the
democratic candidate tor the legislature,
wishes to disCJsS the liuved school tj,uestion
with Mr. Kawlliis, on the stump. Mr
ltawlhu eloM not propose to diipuf Mr
Abell with an riimtion: he has a beitir
use for his time than to waste it o'i him:
but we are glad to say. upon authontj.
that Mr. James Ituford will discuss this
great iuistion with Mr. Abell upTm an
stump he (Abell) may select, and will mve
him all the argument and logic and f t he
wants. We cliallemre Mr. Abell to laivt
Mr. Bitford in debate, and we will insure
him big audiences and a disastrous over
throw. Gen. John C. Kreaiont will be ouh 7". in
'S3. His headnuarteirs are now in .t
Governor ForaKer forbids the use of his
name in connection with the jxisitiou of
coui.nand"r-!ti-cUef of the (J A. K.
There are enly nine of lliiffalo Mill's In
1 ?S aS
diana who will not come back to this conn- and little Mills, scattering himself about so (
try and brag about what they saw in Lon- . that he can't be found, except at rare inter
don. They are dead. vals and neither worth the powder to blow
i I mi up. I
There will be a revival or our ooaru oi i
trad movement very vhhi. The genu i
lu ery P condition and will sprout
robustfV when the v.oid is given.
The Tlmrx-bttir, Cincmiiatl.
has a car-
toon representing Graver Cleveland, look
ing out of his berth at a sleeping car porter
and piicts the following dialogue:
Grover "Sa, bo, what the stopping
Porter "Tliisheah.ah, Columbjs, Ohio,
tali, takin' via tali, sah."
Grover "Heavens! must 1 take water
I M.K1-.W III lillKIT WIV
It i our purpose and polioj to trj to do
eact Justice- to our iotltital opi-ormnU.
when we notice them at all, and therefore
when, uu information. It had been stated
hi our local di-iartmoiit that Mr. Mills. the
liroliibitiou caudidbte fur the office of llru-
tmant Kmentur. had Iwcn eplled frm
the Oberlin theoloKi-al seminar, we wllh-
j die the charge, esiitotlall. the next da),
! as we had no penumal Vncitt ledge at to the
truth of the assertion, but we at once twik
i measures to ascertain the facts a to the
matter troin tlw hiche-t jiossible soiirc-
namely. Ke. James II. Kalrcluld, 1). I..
I president of the collece, who rtwpondetl to
. I...r..f fr.m, ,n .tin, !,p nf ll,
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Itl 1 I 111 IC, s follow..
, (lllHil IN C! I I 41. Si pt
I To the Kdttumf tli l.epubllr
I IH Ml Ml. Mr. Walter T. Mills was not
a member ot our theological school, but ot
the senior collect' ila. He was not ex
polhd. but adiisl to leae and rnntifnt
hiu s( It with another colleg. because of a
ra i..kc iiaue ... urn u p.s.oi.
not into a rroml. hut as hu claim mtri
the lieiils of a roiish cmwd of sercnaders I
icat! red alxnit his house. i
Yours er trull. j
J nits H. Kii:rini i.
1'rest. Oberlin College.
It seems that Mr. Mills was rot eelled
from the theologis! semiuar. slmplj be-
cauelewa-s not a student m that insti-
tut:on, but lie was "advised to lea..-
4k. ... . .u... ... . - ii.
the senior college das.,, a, his f r -
ther connection witli the institution, in
any capacit j . seemed undtirabIo. as a man
who had no more sense than to tiro a pistol
at or ovir a crowd of un(r men, was not '
.-onsidere.1 a b.kxI tudeiit or a safe per-
sontolieat large in the town. It seems.
that tins Mills did not connect hiiusalf, as
advised to. with "some othor 11.... " i,i
starie.1 out at once as a great Christian (I)
refonuer.no doubt well heeled with a re
volver, with whk h to bick up the fcr-eof
his lojic and argument, when the failed to
convince his audiences. This smart little
person wis advertised in various places as
"l'rofessor" Mills, or Oberlin. no doubt to
the great chagrin of MIIK who isaverv
mihlt-t little fellow, but this cat wouldn't
ChL for it was verj soon ascertained from
OVilin that the tello.v was not on! not a
Trotessr," but not a student of the col
Ieue. bavin; vo'.unLirilv accepted the hint
of tliH facult to leave.
This is the Mirt of cliap who is now the I
standard bearer and the great Columbian
orator of the prohibition part of Ohio, our
o'd friend, Mr. Morris sharp, if Washing
ton C. II . the candidate for the chief mag
istracy, havinj had his intellectual fires r
t nuished b this "littlii (ruiiL" as we be
lieve Mills now advertises himself.
Mills seems to lie really of the opinion
fiat he Is a tremendous!) smart and great
prr-oii. Herecentl lied about Governor
Forakerand was ,uick! stepped on b
tliut gentleman. The next achievvmont of
ilillswas to announce .that he had "an
w ered" theeov ernnr's article in 77ir t'urum,
and tlieu followed a cluUiengr totheKov-
iortojpcet hnn (Mills) no the stump and
"discuss" the issue of the campaign.
Should this fc" acceptd, great pain
should be takon to Imd a stump with no
cracks m it, eNe the ' little giant" might I
fall into one and be utter and forev er lost
to 'lis party, his country and civilizal.on
M ch a catastrophe is Umi tetnbie to con- j
template for a inuiuenL
litis i the man who has been placed in J
the leadei ship of the prohibition party in
Ouo. and who tires
nvht or S3J for tvv
-el f-def ei.se and u.f glorili
uiut lie paid, piomptl
fortiitiati' who are so
lis en to him. We call the attent.on of the
pressed o'lio to tills assiuine and iiislguih--ant
little person, who will actuall explode
md spoil if somtbixly don't pay him some
1 ! ere is a Nun-parttsan Ohio WoiutnV
Christian Ti iiipemm e rnioii." w hose nieiu
txrs are in favor nf the abolition and de
struction of the I quor traflle, but the de
cline to ofliciall adhere to any one of the i
political patties in this respect diHering I
from trio Lniun that is to met here in a
few das. Tlie lion partisan I'nion will
hold a convention at K!rm. October 4th,
ith and oth. Sistcial praer Is invoked in
behalf of the meeting, on Sunda, Octc.
ber 2d All who wish are nmtod to attend.
IJIcu J. rhuine is the pre-udent, and F.
Jennie Dutv, the coriesponding scs.retar.
ilembets and delegates when purchasing
railroad tickets to Kljria should ask ticket
agents lor certihcates tssutsl b the Central
frBllic asHmation. If thfss are presented
at convention and tilled up by ivcordmg
secretaty. excursion rates will be granted
for return Journey It should be stated, in
connection with tins, that a nunorit ut the
lTmon which is to meet here, are non-paiti-
sau and would be lad to put the orgauit-
tlon on a non-partisan basis, but are voted i
cliiivn when the matter is put to vote. i
The Cincinnati Tuurs Mur has a second
cartoon in Wednesila venini:'s issue, in
honor Ci of (irover Cleveland's night trip
through Ohio. It represents the sleeping
car porter waking up the "administration."
The following dialogue is appended: j
(rover "I'o-ter, wh do v on wake me"" '
l'orter "Well, Mlstah President. Col. I
Dan I.amont done tola me ter bring yon an '
oxtra blanket, sah. Jiit striking tl h bor
ders of Ohio. ih, and he done -&& the ,
, weather nu cold, sah."
The republicans of Oluocatinnt half light
this ear. There is nothing in the Held
j ag-iinst them that justlhesa ver hard Int.
i There is poor Pern el1 alieady on the run.
Volunteers make the best sailors, ft-, well
as soldit rs, it stems. We should hav e said
this before If we 111 1 thought of it-
I.ittle Mills is still repeating his lies
about Foraker, but as nobod believes them
no paiticular harm Is done.
!The country will be relieved to know
that (Jeorge Francis Train has revised his
polic as to overthrowing the government.
lie has wisel concluded not to do it. Now
if lie could persuade Ilerr Most not to, the
I couuto would be Indeed sale.
SHOE STORE, NO. 9 EAST MAIN ST., WILL ALWAYS SELL AT THE LOWEST PRICES
AND GIVE THE BEST GOODS. FALL GOODS ARE COMING IN EVERY DAY. CALL AND GET PRICES BEFORE BUYING.
I,et Powell and Mills discuss! As no
body wishes to hear them. the cinld Ine
otl their mouth-. at each other without mo
lestation. Some small urchin shoild takel
Mills's renler out of Ills trosrs' irncWet.
Untight ko off, accidental!, ami disable '
Senator (lonuan, of Maryland, ajs there
are tunes when he doevu't know what to
make of CleieU'id Hi should write to
Ilenrj Watersun. Ha i m sizelilin up. m
United States language. In alsmt two
i CoU)nel j.-,. (;rillt u mliwi: a coo1 im-
,,rion a a ,,uWlc SIH.,i.f r, . XBB York.
The JllSatllU,ettS lmiBWUI.ip IS HOW all
1 Ni.w Cvi.itsi t. Sept. -J'l Thw social
1 evint of the season thus far was the hrt
' anniersar of wiildi-d lifu of Mr. ami Mrs.
Uarr C. Sloikstill on Medni-da ienuu.
the "JM insL The ovaston was a most
pleasMit alfair. (iuesLs to the uueubsr of
k of ab..ll..til.ll lepast,
" j . . ,
whiih was prepared In artistic stjle. i'nif.
Kirio. of fcprinctield, was present anil fur
nished such music as et the lisht lantastlc
toe of our beauties and their irallants to
motion, and the hours passed speedily and
pleasant!) b. A number of guests from
our neUhbortnc utics wtie i resent
Messrs. John Van Meter. Tullj Siarlf and
HertStatloid hao purchaseil lheireaiuer.
and proHe to run nonbusiness prin. iples ,
I T he old companj succeeded in spendim;
' Nmt S7,ooo of 4he stockholden,' monej
which at present causes s,niie loud and
deep swearinc on the part of a number of
our honest fanners, who thought to make
mane) outside of the farm, and outside of
. l.njniu. tliil Ik... timl ni 1. ttf.UL llir llf
-piiey jiai.l verj de ir for th. ir p.-neiice.
The run the creamer like the fellow kept
tavern out in Indiana. It will bo a Ing
time before the fanners -iround the deni
village can be again induced to go into aii
thinglikea joint stock coinpaii. Thev
have just been lelleved of sj-v ell thousand
dollars of clean more, and have nut a
much as a piece of paper to show for it .. .
Our ti. A. K. bos epeet a great time here
on the tenth of October, as it will be
the last reunion for this vear
The old fo'ks' annual sing tikes place at
Medwa on the hrst SabbMh In O, toiler, at
1 o'clock p in. Thes old f vsl.ioncd sing
ing hools atford our old pioneer frit nils a
great deal of real enjoj im-nt. There is a
sentiment in those old hymns that reaches
th soul, and a inelodv in the old tunes that
awakens all the grander and nobler quali
ties of our natures, and brings to riiiieiu
brancethe scenes of other dajs ...The
evidence of rctunii'ig prospcrlt) to the
countr is being plainl markeil. Our jieo
pleaie nuusiiall hoi?ful, ami iiianufac
turing interests are beginning to stirt'iings.
The demand for building lots is increasing.
The sale of lots that is to be made In the
near future promises to be a success.... The
health Is gtiierall good, although some tv
phold fever Is found In countrv districts ..
The funeral of Wi'l'aui Crecr tiMik place
last Siinda afte.uooii. He was one of the
pioneers of th s vicinity and was an honest
i Christian mat . He buried his aged com
panion but a short timt ago, and since then
lire has haj no charms for him. He gladl
went with the niesfiiger when he was
calleil for. A few more davs and tliero
will lie but few of tliu old pioneers iett.
I.ike the leaves of autumn, they are falling
ene b one. and soon the last one will be
gone. Such is life . . .l'olitical matters are
warming up, and whin the Sth ot Xov em
ber comes. New Carlisle precim t will give
her usual republican majoritv. and don't
jourorg-'tiL We are a religious republi
can people in the west end, and when the
county distm ts are called for. vv e alvv a) s
come up smiling.
i:o. Sept. a-i Mrs. T. W. llaile.wI.o
ten in Madnver township. A lonir pro
cession follow ed her to her tinal resting
place, which ma speak more than words
can speak ot the character ot thedeceased
....Mr. ileadleand wifenf northern Indi
ana are i-iting Mrs. Iteadle's son, Mr.
Frank Ilutler, and wife, of this place
Mr. Wallace I.tttimoie of fepriintheld spent
.Siindav with Ms i;raiidpareuts, Mr. and
Mrs. David lliipuiau. ..Mrs Dr. Duckwell
returned from visit to Indianoisdis Mon-
daj . . . .Mrs. WilloiiKhby and Miss I)iver
I.aiconda were the guests ot Mr. and
Mrs. William Its) lor, Mmda
liain of !pringheld was WMting Mr Aaron
Dellinger over Sunday Aunt Susie Fun-
daberg was v lilting at Mr. Cluk's, near
ijnringfield. Ixst week ...Mr. II b Miller
of bpriugheld was in town Mondav .. The
sheriff was here last week, investigating
the Texas cattle fever else or, nthtr,
seeking to and who was responsible for the
shipping of these diseased entile, a part ot
hicli had been unloaded at Knon . Mr.
John lUney left Morula) evening for ht
l.ouis. He is the onl one to go of the
(rami Arui iost here.
CsTAUitv. bept. a!. Com cutting is all
done. . . .The farmers are nearl) all done
sowing wheat Mr. A. II. Kuiiaulost
his watch last week while sowing wheat
Mrs. J. Ferguson had her right ami
broken between the elbow and wrist b
lipping and falling while gathering peaches i
last TiiutsJa morning. Drs. llloer
and Hunter set the broken arm . . .
bergt-J. Pearson and privates K. McCon
ke, J. Kotkiu and Sam West left Monday
to attend the Grand Arm reunion at St.
Louis this week C. F. McCoukey, the
nevvJ-appoi!itfd Kist master, will take
charge of the postofliie the U'ginning of
the next ipiarter The schools of our
township are now ail in session ...
Mr. P. '. Jones and Mr. Hillar. of Witten
berg, passed through our village Saturda
on their biccles. The came up to Mr.
Jones's pare nts on Frlda evening and re
turned to Springlield baturdav Mrs Ida
i llange and her mother. Mrs. M. Iteatt. of ,
ISutitfi f.iiailostjifi. n isitinir frirniN nnar
himself off at SIS a "" """ "'""""' '" "" "" "" ,?;':'" out his vvonls with such force and fluency
o l.iCht,-cii.efl, in S" :i.r si."" - .'J '"'"' .,,: "' XT f.n? " .tl- 1 n.u IunK that
ii itb.ii .n,ii,in"i, '., , . . ,. i "-" lading seinis tnc easiest tiung in the
lia.ieu, ailU WHO . VVllllfilii fl?m. mill n sttr ikf Mr. .In'ni f-ov .. .,, -x . .. . . .
in ....i. k. ., ....-.-.---.......-.....- ..... .... uurl ixx.isionaii rcnuuK is nel-
. in cash, b the un- Her funeral tik place Mondaj. the Inter- .i,.,! ..., ,f, ,,,. ,.c ,
kind (to him)asto inentJiciiiKat theold Knob l'rauie ceme- ftm.l.rsn,11, i riir, .,, m, ...,i i,f
.i,M i rir...i ir..., is.iw1(1 fciamimrir, -mihI
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Wm I.uvtless.
'viv-.ti.tHii a aviitiiiji xra. vrt itainai n i
north of here.
Makes the lives of main neoiile misera
ble and often leads to self-destruction. We I rup '"'
knew of no remed for dvspepsia more I Manufactured only by the California Fig
e i .i i, j, ? ,, i. . i Syrup Co., San rrancisco, Cal.. Is nature's
successful than UotHl'sSarsaparilla. It acts omj Vnle 'laxative. This pleasant C.Ii
gentl. et sureb and elhtieiitly. tones the I f(rIl,a u,iu-lt frut remtsly mav be had at
stomach and other organs, removes the , iir. Ostler's drug store, 50c and St bottles,
faiut ft i ling, t reates a good appetite, cures I it ls tm. m,t pleasant, prompt aud effect-hea.la.-lie.
and refreshes the burdened hereinedy known to cleanse the s stem; to
mind, t.ive Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair act on the liver, kldneS, and bowels gent
trial. It will do on good. Iy Jet tlioroughl: to dispel headaches,
The chestnut crep is retried to be so fs' a"d tel f"? io. e constipation,
abundant that nobodv need feci under ebli-1 wdigesUotnand kindred Uls.
gatiunttaddaiithiiigtoit A Carlisle (Pa.) man sajs he can walk
Brown's Ginger, the atliictirflc.'.,willi ltluiore-seeiit-to mlles-m ten
hot water and sugar, causes the strength to ,lours-
be sustained, makes the skin att well, and "HACKMErAC,"a lasting and fragrant
does no harm. Trv it. Frederick llrown, perfume. Price ii and 50 cents. Fur sale
Philadeliihla. j by F. A. Garwood.
HOW THE HABIT OF STAMMERING
IS OFTEN ACQUIRED.
8c n In I lie Ofllm of a Maii W hu M.k
llnltliiK rh ltuii Smoothly lib
yeliinriit of Ki?ch f ttuus
"Young in mt how u j on acquire the
hilut of Muttiriiic "l u uoil to
iti in mock ii in in When lie d d ditil I
tiMllv his pi U
The question w is l)j the
professor of ,i mal institute, .md tho
miswirliv u voting man who h.ul just an-'
noum i-d his iuttutiiiu of taking n s(rics of!
lesson A nporti r was present, niul sit
tui,; nrouiid the lisim wire several lntilli- '
i?int IHikingiiiingnuii, the most of whom ,
could suik as tlueutl ns imv one All
declared th it tin had until rwtutl tu
most 1'ivttci-ile sttittinrs or st iiiimircrs.
The diK.tor's question sugi stil an inter
tsting train of thought 'J henpirtcr put
the iimiic4tiou to i.uh ot the i.iti(.nts
in turn Whui 1 wis .lUuit G .irsuf
egc," s,uil iiiimlur oik, ! comnunctsl to
stutter u little lluu we inovtsl to a
strange pine unit I wuit to Uiool I
w.us virv dilTidiiit, mid the teailnr nt
tetnptisl to forte me to nad and recite.
The siholar 1 uifchnl nt me, I Incline
limn ilillldiut and Miou tin' habit wad
lKed on uu. "
"lam his lirnthtr," said nunibcr twa
"I K.irueil it of him "
"Win n I wus oung," siid nrnnlier
thrie, ' I usil to pl.i) nil the tunc with
another ljoj who wns n horrible stuttrrir,
ai.d I leinnsi it of him Wlunevir I was
out with the Isij umi didn't think of it
I would sonittmus tlnd ni)siir talking ail
richt, but as soon its I thought ainiut it I
would commence again M little brother
in in ward learned it of me "
Nuinlur four sa-d he harneil tho habit
from nuotlur lxiv, but would tmvecon
quensl it h id not his tout her foiinl him
to.-ead nnd rmte, at which tunes he lie
c.mie mi in nous as to lose all control of
himself. All had inijuiix-d the habit ut
the ae of Ci or T.
or a Mnvnis nvtuhe.
"That ncconls with tlie most of my ex
perimce," Mild theihstor, "these ImiiCiU
uiutts of -pi'cch aro for the most urt of a
nirvoiis ii nine IjuL of will power, tho
tiltgrniihic sVstcui of tie body out of
onler. impt rftct ninuect'on lutwecn tho
brain and musch or sIH.-cli All this
ttx'iible soinctmies arise from sudden
fright One pitient of mine, a joung
Lulv.vvnsslightlv s,,Zrl with sUimmering
.,,.' ,. ,, , ... ""
nt the time of thegnat lire. Artervvard
she saw n cow catih n little child on Its
horn bin. vv.ls pnnilrzisl with fright
unil.h tiiur,.m ,r m.. 1 ),.. ,,.V,.i
uuaUI. loscruini or move lie uiiiiual
tossil the child into tl e air Hiu rushed
to the s.Jxt .md tliecliild was fatall in-
jurod After that the lndywaa a bad case
or coullrmcil stHimurrlng.
"One of the worst cases I ever had was
that of a ouns man When he was n
boy of 6 or 7 ari of age his father
threatened, if he couiiuittiil a certain of
fense, to throw him into the well. The
bov committisl the offense, and his father
held him for a moment over the well bead
downward From that time on the bo;
could not talk plainl. Many children
"i'" ""s in iiuuj 111 luiuucy, jusi as
they nrcbigiiiiiing totnlk 1 heir parents
or nurses tickle them, sometimes on the
bottoms of the feet, thinking the loud
1 mgUter thta . xc.tesl minis,,,,; The 'no-
iipa which the little ones cr out nt such
times is the llrst inceplluii of the habit ot
The doctor is n jolly fellow, of fine phv-
sique and kret personal magnetism, with
uiovo.eoa.m.u.igiio aiion, it n lion can
Im imacpmsl ns laughing. In Ualniug his
class he commences, in the meet natural
vwi in the world, to talk of all torts of in-ten-sum?
subjec t-s. and stoii an infection of
Kkk1 fcclmi; se-izes all present. He roars
thev know it cvcrjlxxiy seems to 1 able
to talk Occasional! lie gis-s the rounds
of the clis with various cc.il exercises
for the ilcvclopmcntof cert tin muscles.
MlMfc Ot Tilt t II Isl-j.
Here nre a few of the exeruses Pome
ministers and actors wuuld do well to
"Amos Ames, the nmhble aeronaut,
aided in an aerial enterprise at the age
"Obtain nil opportunities of obliterat
ing obnoxious ostentation; '
"Ileniy llingham has hung his harp on
the honk where he hitherto hung hi3 i
lio;ies " What a nut for a Cockney to j
"I like white vinegar with veal very
4 he sells sen shells. Miall he sell sea
' Quixote Quixite quizzed a ijuccnsh
1 (iiinliNix Where is the o,i.ccnsh iiuidbox
Quixote Quixite juuzesl '
heii the pupils can recite these scn-
ti iius mid a hundred en so similar ones
I tlueutlv Ihcy.iregradimteil.
j A clear cut, dig.int ami fliunt utter
.nice i one of the greatest graces with
which a person can be gifted It tells al
most the whole stor of one's birth, early
training imd .isiK i ition-. The different
, kinds of fault cliKiition nre known ns
stutliruig, st.iminiring, hesit.iucv, lisp-
iniprois-r articulation Mmiv peitle fall
uin, Miati.iiu latum, ii,is.li S1U7U ami
under siicoiniilrtea list .s thi. who in
some iiist.inees cimld imiuove ihur uttcr
auce li .1 little private prut tue .mil atten
tion to the mitter A stuttirir Ins the
most dillicult in uttering lingual sounds,
such as words lieginiiliig with U while the
stammerer stumbles over tie labial
sounds, of which words beginning with II
are an example Doth hibits are nccom
panitsl with fneiil distortion, nnd some
times with a wiitlungtir twitching of the
I vv hole boil Hint these are iki ions af
j ,'e-c ions is shown bv the devices re-irtcsl
to to git ovir some tlithi ult leiii r or
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, . ' - u,u
Hammerer, ".inil the electncitv
'"'"... l..... "'"'"" .'tls..,Iiu ""uml
,.7l ...".., , '. . . r c ,'' 'ir"e '
mjo .4.111 unu.iit.il nun ine ISlllU OI HIS I
bands Llucigo Herald. I
WE ARE SECURING THE LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST STOCK OF
CARPETS, LACE CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES,
Oil Cloths, etc., which we will sell at the lowest possible prices. We buy nothing but first-class goods.
No Job Lots and seconds kept by us.
JONES & SON, Corner Main and Limestone.
THE NEW qUININE.
FOB THftlH m
A rOTTEKFUL TUMC
That the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPECiriC FUK MAI.AKIA,
RHEUMATISM, EKTOUS l'KOSTKA-
TIIH MOsT .sCTBVTlFIC ANI MJCCK-s.
n'Llil.OOI) PL'KIHtR suuvrrtoululii)
Mr. John t hcarNirouiili. vma, X. ( ,
writes : "I got malaria In the southern army,
and for a dozsu years sLItereil I rtm Its detiill
tatlag edecti I lerrlblj run down when
I heard of Kaiklue, the new ijulnliie It
helped ine atvnce I gained 1") puumts. Have
not had tueli good hfalth la J) years "
fllliur l.tt.r. jtf .(mil.. .hl., frnm
' prerrlneat Individuals, whlchstanip Katklne
I n piictlon
The Agentol'KASKINKhae on Public t
I the human bo4.alioliiictli'toniacto. Heart.
Lunge. LlTert.spleeu. Kidneys and the other
.rgane and parte In Health and In Disease
Hi an Inspection the amictrd can ere the
'nature and location of ttnrlr troubles and
learn how kaeklne relteM and curee them.
Kaftlne can be taken without any epeelal
' ra'aioal adyice. $1 per bottle, or sli bottles
forti. sent by mall on receipt of price,
KASKISK CO .U Warren St .yew orli
"HOCGn ON RAT8."
"Roron on cxiuns."
Ask for Wells' "Uocgh on Coras." (hilck re
lief, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunt ne. 15c.
"ROTJGII ON ITCH " '
i "Rough on Itch" core's eldn humors, erop-1
uocs, nng worm, uner, salt rneuin, irusieu
feet, chilblains, itch, lyy poison, barber's ttci.
80c. Druggist or malL .8. ells, Jersey City,
Correcteffen.iVe Sdl Moace" Complete
cure of woret chronic cases ; aljunequaUed as
-ernor Beaver, of r.nnsjhana. Is an
""' regarding Sunday schools.
-TV ,v trifle with any Throat cr
V3 OW. i T.,.- 'll fc.
a Cough or Cold, or the clilioren aro
threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Kemcdyand prevent
further trouble, it is a positive euro,
and we guarantee it. Price 10 anI 50c
Frank II. CoblenU, corner Market and
i It is proposed bj the citizens of Wash
ington to raise a fund of SIIXI.UDU for ex
idovernor A. It. Shepherd, who started the
improvement of thatcit. It la said that
the ex-governor is poor and his health is
I not good.
We know of no mode of treatmt-ut which
otfers. to sufferers from chronic diseases, a
more certain hope ot cure than that which
is comprehended in the use of Aer's !ar
svparllla. For purifing and invigorating
the blood, this preparation is uneiiualeil.
Frank James, the ex bandit. Is somewhat
erratic He rtcentl) left a shoe store In
St. I.ouls to open a grocer In Texas, and
mm it is said he is to become a salesman
in an Atlanta ((la.) drj goods store.
Slilr 111 p.
Clerks, mechanics, travelers and all
workinguien find a speed cure for back
ache, crick, swollen joints and muscles and
weak lungs in the ioji 'niter. Safe, sure,
ipiick in action. c.
A cad looking man has been visiting
i farmers in Ohio and asking them to sign a
pledge not te kill an song birds for a ear.
Afterward these pledges are returned in
the shape of promissory notes.
-C tV wouW enjoy your dinner
J J and are pre vented by Dys
pepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia, I u-
aigesuon, rittuicncy ana Constipation.
We guarantee them. 23 and CO cents.
Frank U. CoblenU, corner Market and
PBNNYBOVAL tTAFKRS an
tucceflBrully used monthly by over to 000
uneo. Areur. ejjeciwuana ntaaam
lrUattara J Duatwe stamiM. Addreai
TU XoacKA Chxv au Ox, Ixraarr, lb-en
For Hals br Prank' H. CoLleuii uia At.
A jC V
rjf BEADTIFDL WOMAN. A
W A &l T-n-fc"-r f-1-' "-- l& M
V "f bMUfiL Champilna imM
T liquid Fearl ! tte w V
m Am k. uid fifty cals m
WE HAVE JUST FILLED OUR RACKS
WITH A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF
FOR THE FALL TRADE.
THE DESIGNS ARE THE HANDSOMEST
The colorings the finest, and the quality the best in the mar
ket. As to the prices, they are such as you never before
heard of, and if you will only give them a chance, they will
speak for themselves. Come and see them at 13 S. Market.
O. H. PIERCE & CO.,
The Old Reliable Booksellers, Stationers and Wall Paper Dealers.
Koocs 5 e. Mltetell Block
B. S. Cor. Main smC Market Su
mavis op ACHiae Ttrra oarrss
H8. Li M IIOCKKU. v. and 57 Arcade. Print
er. Kngraver and Fashtonxble Stitlont,r.
Veddtns K"ods ana ealllne cards a sreelaltf .
Only the Best Beef, Mutton
Lamb, Vee! and Pork for
Wm. Grant's Sons
16 E. High St.
THUS. MILLKK& SON'S
FULL MD WINTER CATALOGUE
OF LlMEs' AM) I.KNTLKMKVS
Now ready and sent tree ou application.
THOS FILLER ttiONS,
oth Arenui. corner 214 Street. NEW YORK.
You!l Hud it gouJ to nsu-
The organj of both small
It checks blck Headache,
and the woe
That sad Ujp-ptlc eer
Besides 'tis pls&sant to tho
Sa non nol gul It iluwu
lITANTED-LAMFb for our tall and Chrtit
rr mas trade, to take hunt. pleasant work at
their own ti.mies St to t3 per day can be qui
etly made. Hum sent by mall any distance
Particulars free ocantasslnt; Addreisat
nnce.l'llhsCKNT AKT e.0 , 117 Jllllc Street.
Uuston. .Mass llox 5170.
tnffnttig From P
IWfc lltr. Uch t
rrstMlKr lvrlli.c.,riiUirjrfiora liMlirvrrtinnf or
rod With- NUu...
r JtlAUSftON T
GKKVT JtlAUSftON TICKATMKWT.
ftVBli KM!! Cr. fruswil I bm itJ by father
tb hand of
Bm Kpl with iDtnmMllon of In to til mm.
eMf UMmatliri cf aul
I r It alltT. Utt M -
Hwwk. wit wll prU ite llce "Bt f rrr f!-!)
l"erfrtly rVllHI-. U rarm rrl-rr.
Tko J. II. JLe Ml. 4 ., iawivO nu.
BRUCE. HAUK k CO.
GENTS' UNDERWEAR Ii MfflY.
N0S. 17 AND 19 HIGH
SMYRNA AND INGRAIN DRUGGETS. j
SMYRNA RUGS! f
A. G. BLACK & GO.
IF YOU WANT TO SEE SOMETHING HANDSOME IN
Cil OR IMPORTED GIBE
At Prices tkat will make job Smile, call at
SCHAUS' CHINA STORE,
NO. 44 SOUTH MARKET STREET.
STREET AND ARCADE.