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DAILY AND WEEKLY.
ONKEY, NICHOLS & CO.,
I OBIREPUBLIO BUILOIHQ, WMT HIGH T.
Cor. Walnut Alley.
a'ly edition, per year,
idly edition, per week,
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Issued Every Thursday Morning,
On -i DOULAH A TKA!.
jnicationi thould be dratted te
KINNEY NICHOLS & CO.,
NUTICK TO KAVTKKN AUVEHTISKKS.
Mb II C. Bmydkr, 23 Park Kow, New York, Is
tlie OioBK-IIKFUBLIu's special representative, to
whom all Eastern adverllslnR business, mult be
TIWltSDA YSVEtHNQ. MA Y 28.
IMS IlLVHk-UKfVltLIO ASU TltM
r'uVVBLICIK STJ.M COS.
MiirnliiE ami Evening Ilillllons.
We call the attention ol our business
men to the fact that we shall issue both
morning; and evening editions of the
Cmhik-Uei'Uulic on the 11th and 12th of
Junt with lull reports of the State Repub
lican Convention up to the hour of issue.
We shall print a very large number of
each edition and the papers will bo pro
fusely distributed through all portions of
KINNEY, NICHOLS & CO.
Ohio UhrrwiraNCoMJiiTri'K Hooks, I
Coi-uuiics, May 4, I8S5. I
rhe Republican Stale Convention ol 1885 will be
n?M In tbe cltjr ot Springfield on
Thursday, June 11, 1SSO.
Vtae Deletatea ot each Congressional District
wll Iconvene t t o'clock a. m. lor tbe purpose ot,
-hoatna ono Vice President lor the Convention.
uud one member ot eacuot the various Commit-.
'J he Convention will be called to order at 10
n clock a m. for temnwarr organization, and at 1
o'cock p. m. for permanent organization and thej
llnnsactlon of Its other business
Candidates will be nominated for
Judge of Supreme Court,
Member Hoard Public Works.
tbo basis of representation tn this Convention U
one delegate frr every five hundred vol. s, and one
for every fraction of over two hundred and fifty
votes cast for lion. James O. Blaine for President
The several counties will be entitled to repre
aeutatlon In said Convention aa follows! .
litrroll . ..,.,
Olnton ..-. ......
Crawford .. MH.
tjeauga m .
Hamilton ... ,
ilenrr .... ..
II thLlod M....
Huron mm mm
tTHin MM M
i tlSOU M.....M.M...
Igt U M..M M.
Ma lIson....M m
Marlon .... ...
Monroe m. ......
Montgomery . .
-Portage ....mm ....
Boca. .. . m.mm.
. 4,01 i
Union .., .......
Van Wert ..-......
Vtalon --. ..m..........
Wood. .,. .
' W recommend that efforts 1 mad U secure a,
, large attendance at the tai-ellon lo appoint deb-
' galai, so thai the people shall be (airly represented
J la the Mat Convention) that geatiemen be. not
chaaen ae dlegale unlaaa it La osrtala that Ihey
will, stlendi end that, as far aa prat tlcabU), the
Ctounty leniral Commltuws be appolnul at tha
asiae time that elesateeaMelaaaa,li U-vhaa
Chairman BatMibllou Mat ttsU10ew.lW
THK I'lMESllMCNT At A VUUASK-MAKKll
I Mr, Graver Cleveland, President ol the
United State, is quite'likcly to br more
remarkable as n phrnse-iuaker than lor
anything else. He has produced one brief
scntincc that wiUgo down in history with
the Jncksoniau apothem: "To the victor
belongs the spoils.1' His "offensive par
tisanihip" is worthy to trot down the ages
inr harness with tho sentence we have
quoted, ns conspicuously mid indisputably
one of the same kind. It is somewhat dis
guised, or intended to be, tho sentence
having been uttered by a "reform" prcsl
dent, clcttcd by n faction of refined nnd
"too-too" Republicans, who could not take
the "corrupt machine politician," Mr.
Maine, into their delicate stomachs, but in
their zeal for genuine civil seruco regen
eration and the adoption of the doctrine
ol the survival of tho fittest, could bolt
down Mr. Orover I lev-land, with his en
tire "family" so called, personal record,
etc, as if tho lot were a single lusrious
strawberry, or a glass of spaikling nectar.
Hut the sentence, in itself, is a jewel that
reflects its own light, regardless of its set
ting, and it has already given to its author
a luminous future. Like charity it has
been made to cover a multitude of political
sins. But it is the gaudiest mantle that
ever cloaked a pious pretence. Mr. Cleve
land was one of the goodiest of persons who
ever went into the Executive Mansion, lie
had been a "reform slicrilT," and hangman,
a "reform" mayor, and a "reform" governor,
and now he was about to become the most
effective and rantnnkerous "reform" presi
dent whose breath ever perfumed the at
mosphere of tho White House. There
was not only to bo no "general jail de
livery" of the "rascals" in office, hut those
persons who were competent and worthy I
were to, remain until the millennium re
leased them from their responsibilities and
promoted them to paradise. As terms of
office expired tho good of the service was
only to be consulted and promoted by re
appointment, or the succession of better
men, either Democrats or Republicans!
This was the lovely programme ol the new
and improved Democratic administration
and a more radiant prospect could
hardly bo permitted to n genuine,
two-winged Mugnump, with his ascension
robe lauudrieil to n snowy whiteness and
close at hand ready for use in a possible
and highly probable emergency.
But, for some renson or other, this new
progrumme didn't seem to work. It
wasn't what the knockers, and bummers,
and soakers, had been working for. They
wanted the pap, and they wanted it right
away, for they were hungry and mighty
thirsty, tool They hadn't had a "lick" ot
anything eoo,1 'or a quarter of a century t
Really they were famishing I And what
they wanted, the Mugwumps didn't want.
The President could easily see that they
had put the ifreater weight in the
scale, but he could see also that
the Mugwumps had put in tho
precious little bit of metal that had kicked
the beam in his favor. So he was in a
"strait betwixt two;" whether to succumb
to the "boys" and be one ot them and lose
his wings and white robes, or to be good,
stay with the Mugwumps, die happy, and
"go np" by the first summer excursion.
But he has declined doing either, and
herein are discovered and harvested tbe
fruits of his wonderful stroke of genius, as
a phrase inventor and producer! The
awful chasm was bridged with a luminous
and original sentence that magically re
lieved the, situation of all perplexities and
solved the great political problem ol tbe age.
"Offensive partisanship" were the won
drous words that cleared tbe atmosphere
and silenced the murmurings of the Mug
wumps and the cavils of the uucircum
cised Republicans. For "offensive parti
sanship" all Federal office-holders could
be removed, and their places filled with
ex-rebel ballot-box stuflers and red-handed
murderers, and all whose "partisanship,"
although displayed in the form of rebellion
against the government, and the forcible
seizing of the voting-places, and the bull
dozing of citizens, had not proved "otfen-
sive" to Mr. Cleveland 1 Hence the
Federal office-holder who was such an
"offensive" partisan as to vote for Mr.
Blaine or to reluse, after the electibn of
Cleveland, to bow down and worship him,
at the sacrifice of principle and honor,
"must go." Hift will this little fraud, ex
temporized as an expedient to enable the
administration to attempt to mix oil and
water or nectar and whisky endure the
lest of tbe pending presidential contest?
We shall see.
The resolution presented by the venera
ble Rev. Philip Scbuff, D. I)., of New
York, in the 1'resbyterion General Assem
bly, tbe other day, is a rather reaiarkablo
utterance, showing a commendable breadth
of Christian charity. The r solution hag
already appeared in tho Giodk-Hki'Duuo.
It is quite time that Catholics and Protest
ants as well aa Greeks recognized each
other as Christians.
We learn that Mr. Oscar T. Martin has
been talked of as a candidate lor the po
sition of State Senator, but that he does
not pioposu to exert himself personally to
secure tho nomination. The Republicans
of tbe district do not lack for mighty good
Senatorial timber. Tbe woods are full
of it. .
The Ohio Prohibition Siate Couremion will
be held at 8pno.fi.-lJ, July IK and 21. A
full Slate ticket will be nominated. Wtjtern
'"A' fall State ticket!" This cannot
menu that the candidates will be "full."
QIXB1B ftBPTJBLlb. THURSDAY WrtHBOfHt,
Tho twenty-sixth General Oonvaiitlonlof
the' Ohio Sabbath School I Unioni willibe
held ftWfcw Philadelphia, Ohio, bfginnlng
June 2 and continuing three dnys. All
Sabbath school workers who attend will bo
recognized ns delegates.
IU'trReiitnt!onln the Leglslnture).
lo the IMItor ol the (llobo-ltepublloi
Since some ot the townships are looking
forward to tbe coming County Convention1
with a hope, that they may be represented In
tho next legislature, there is a natural dhpo
elliou among the various mpiranU lo Inquire
into the basis ot' representation, kouwlnf that
there waa time when (Jlatlt county was en
titled to t-o representative, tho-laat term ot
such double representation being tilled by
Mcs rs. Dial and MiOonkey, and as the
chances of our rural statesmen would be
better at such a time, It is natural to
ask, "When will It occur again?"
The provision Is that tho apportionment h r
merabt rs of the General Assembly for Ohio,
shall be made every three years beginning
with the year 1851.
Tbe manner ol obtalnlog the ratio Is thus
stated in the constitution : "Tbe whole popula
tion of the State as ascertained by the tederal
census, or in such other mode as the. General
Asiemblyimay direct, shall be divided by one
hundred, and the quotient shall be. tbe ratio
ot representation in the house of representa
tives for ten years succeeding such apportion
ment. Kvcry connly baring a population
euual to one half of Mild ratio shall bw entitled
to one representative. Kvery county contain'
lng said ratio nnd three fourths over, shall
be entitled to two representatives, and
so on, requiring alter tbe first two an entire
ratio for each additional representative."
At Ibe last federal census the population of
Ohio was 3,250,000; dividing this sum by
one hundred, gives a quotient ot 32,500.
This quotient is, therefore tho Tatla of repre
sentation, and, as stated above, every county
conWlninft a nopuUtion of one-hall this ratio.
lo-wlt: 10,250, is entitled to ane, representa
tive, rtnd every county containing a ratio of
one and three quarter limes this quotient, to-,
wltt 50,875, is entitled to two representa
tives. It is further provided that when a county
shall have a traction above tbe ratio so large
that, belne multiplied by five, the product will
I be equal to oue or more ratios, additional
representation shall be apportioned for inch
ratios. It Is by this provision that Clark
county sets her Moating member.
Tbe population ot Clark county In 1880 was
oier 41,000. Suipasefrom this number we'
subtract the ratio of 32,500. we have a re
mainder of 8,500. Multiply this number by
5, and -o have Uie sum ot 42,500, or a num
ber greater than one ratio, which entitles the
county to an additional or floating repre.jeo-Ulive-lu
tbe filth termor session. Two years
constitutes a term, therefore if you would
know in wbat term we are again entitled to
a llonting member, it is only necessary lo
find lo wbat term we -were last so repre
senlul. Daring tbe last decade, from 1870 to1880,
Clark county bad an increase in population
of nearly 10,000, or nearly 1,000 a year. At
this rate It will be but a lew years until we
will be entitled to two, or even more, addi
tional m-mbers, when the rural statesman
will hare abundant opportunity lo come to
Suppo e, at the end of the present deci
mal period, our population realties 45,500;
from thli again subtract 32,500, and we
have a remainder of 13,000 Hultrplting
this number by five, gives a product of 05,000,
or a sum equal to two ratios. la thli event
the county would be entitled to two addi
tional representatives, one in the fourth am)
the other in the third of the decimal period.
Just why it is necessary for this,- or any
other connty to be represented by twins, as it
were, In every -fth term, 1 do not under
stand, but prolably the wise old Iramers of
the constitution provided the rule as an incen
tive to the cultivation of statesmanship.
South CimblImTO, Mar 27.
WIT AND' IIDMOIC
Gen. Wolscloy hasibcen joined by his
wife, and it is thought that the war will
'What is it lb it determines a girl's
popularity in society?" asks a con-tumpor.-iry.
In nine times out of ten
it is the sio of her father's batik ac
count The bridal parlor of tho new Kim
ball House in Atlanta Is decorated with
tho astonishing! quotation, "Tho mel
am holy days havo come the saddest ot
A young lady write: "How. should
ayoung man kiss mo?" It that.young
lady possesses as Jittle beauty as she
docs sonso she will in all probability
remain ignorant till death. Boston
In Slam husbands gamble away their
wives. In this country' men think: tho)
stal.o isn't worth playing for, cvon to
tho extent that they don't care about
nuntles unless the latter aro flush.
Old gentleman to rail way porter '
Porter, tho rain is dripping in from)
the lamp-hole all over my trousers."'
Portor "No, sir, It's quite water-tight,!
I assure you; it's only the oil leaking a
bit." London iitneh.
It is stated that out of 100 men who
parade in a brass band at least forty,
aro d.imniiov and only pretend to play.
II villi bo seen that bands are more con-1
sidcrato than is generally supposed.'
The hoop-snake, which takes its tail
in its mouth, and so trundlesi ovortho
ground, is, to say the least, regardless
of dress and Its appropriateness. His
walking suit consists of: a swallow-tail.;
"How long does ititako to,bocouera
pianist?" asks a subsenbor. It is diffi
cult to say. Wo know somo peopla
who will never bcidunists. 'This is ro
linblu, and is published for tho general
good of tho oominunity. Ktu ,Yoria
"Mvo weight socials" are snld to bo
very popular now out-West- Wo don't
know exactly what "live weight 'so,
cials" are, but the name suggests) an
niu u some nt that has been - popular in
Souiervillo parlors on Sunday evenings
for a long time post. Homcrvllle Jour
Last week the editor of tho Now
Xork 'tribune sat In a room 168 feet I
II om tno siuowulk- and wrote an editor
ial condemning tho erection of all
buildings mora than ISO foot high. As
tho young man remarked at the boarding-house.
"Take off the griddle;j I'm
tbiough." Detroit freeifresi.
"Mrs. J ones," exclaimed Sniithers,
sauntering into tho breakfast room,
"the war in China has rumoted oneso
rious causo for.complaiut against you."
"Against mo!" replied tho presiding
matron from behind tho urn. "Yes, I
see that thu inarkot reports quote tea,
as being stronger," Boston Vourierr
Caucasian Tramp: "My colored
friend, nleisa lend mo a. quaiter. I
fought, bled, audi sufftiri-d four years in
tbe Union army to make you a free
man." Colored Gentleman: "You did,
your duty, sub, but bout loanlnc vou dat
quarter, don't keer, sab. to rewlvo' de,
bitter memories ob do Wab." ''was.
Young Wife 0" home tom
klnf-ckoiH-I feel so oncourared.
-P I , I
Uv'urlos,otiiplliiiUL--uo on my
fpiojpajss tofsliy. lltiptpoonliiss StHthl
I ntnu. lunlftuKy fo uor.'-Thbtm tttud
llnril, mi t alio rwetti tttoiiriovgei-on ai
nil. Young H,ubuiidYou must re
member, iiiv dear, that Mis Smith has
A Kutittit klnn was n guest at an Up
ton ii state dinner, nnd KS'ofton-ajrhl
t'hiiinpiiLMiM gins was roJentshml ho
would ill Alili lln ounUts.kltWiu In
juiuil ntnl tlls.utl.llod expression on his
lnce. Finally ho turnod to tho fjentlo-uina-wlio-snUJio-i
iielghbur.'-'mho wJvUpoxod, VolWWUejy
goln' to glvo ii : ivifythlog to Urlhfcr"
"Thorn's a jrooil deal of monoy In
I..I l.,.j,".A' :iM,t'1-lrr wer tin ml'
I.I1U IIUU3U ll-lllIM " ... ..mm
....l M.ftjl .UIMM.lMiA4hMaMHi
UVllUr. liunsonsui icjinou wwr-
rigor; 'rryfmrr-threJfliartwT. of
them aro doiHritmis."r"rlat's tho
Idoa I wns scoklng to convoy," said tho
head usher;Jl"I 'trnpriitvjili'tilwroi'twist
at liwi)MVl)t &nH-
a boyVMuyDOWJfceUaitrOsnWftWetJ 9C-
pahyitno.!,,l.,TW3 ,,, ilUB,uisocal
Aro)0iBolog,for,busuicsa ot. ploM
nhoirtta.lrt4rfc4jri 'nVi'or plpJA
JOttP" ViItUllJroWat VWkBt-OtBfl0C
A Eood'etoT7totoil''o'r' fMMrmeriw'
ichley,who,ronVod some land'ls-rt'jwjsr-to
a, colored miifftor.-ttMnt'cTfrtmcrop.
AVhuu thiilroain.cADac,oa bU corn. nnd
cotton. wor uiTestted bi; .It. -Ho gath
orcd twa,balool,oc4U And. two,vagr
up for'hrs vmvwm, saxlitsa).loBtiTvs-i
lu.thlriioUlva croJiP" "yo.-boss,,"ald
i tho.Uark.cy,, "but, ,you sea" doroiivas. no
I third... Dora i.waa.ionlv. Uvobalo. of
i cotton and two loads of cora;tUliU.ue,,
II..AI..n. J...,, .l.u ...la . niUitHfll '
UIU Ulllll Uf nil n un (urn'MB pwu wsotv-
And the landlorxWcasidjnoi'-ake:ui-s
feo-'believo'"nnyi other" way. t-Jsso.
santiago'de Cuba is a., very .strange,
city. .U'ho,hQU.os,.and"',storeg ..aro. so;
built that the.waUsvcan ,iJmosi.antirel)r
.be: thrown, open, wbllo.-lho .lateriors'
have courts lharh art) tinBswtfssl.aeldpett
la1 familiar" to an'AmeTvean. - A" "real
Yankee jusb-landed spokeas'follows:
"Somehaow I', can't" toll -when I'm
Indoors amlwhen 1,'ni.aout. l'vor got
a room,,or,somcthin'. in ahotol. here,
nnd l'vo.b.en.inlot jt,,quuBdxying
nraouudU but IouldnoU-toll.whon" I
wasiin thoinarlor.ior when iiwasdn.the
kltchon-oivtiaokjysMrd.iax) P, ma s tan din.!
aonfhoTo in thoparkrroti-tomakony
mistokc. I-started dowa tho-' street-a
mlnuto,ago,;but I-gof'srfraid' I1 might
niako a wistako,andugitafrostcd'-fpT
boin' iound in; somobody's back parj
"I'vo got a lot of monoy oLtsWpUcf,
but LanU,BalwleuVi4icttUsi ,ofi it
I took sonioiolifr batik whuuIgo.,.lt.
and'piuseddt oraci thw.rruaaorfooiirjtar--so
I reckon ite "enirina i
already. 'AlPPneeti fa tho. dates, ft
was evidently' built the yearrter1he
flood; it's ,bcen, shook , down by, an
,es-rtbiiuiike,, burned up ,by,. aTolcano,
.rojeUled, and.lef t HJUBUsv.'twaifound.
Tho'wbolexoouaLr)-iIt bast .-wtterBi.UU
, rjeonilottnlono. .-'iWhersrree Ahi people
' rain-aho rmitx.
You'll Sad bet, ssnilinatalgtil .sad .day, ,
Altbovgh atitiars aoAiavJuagay.
And sauldvo.sraskitrhjtfoaaset j
This ooBsraot-HniUyreft-i fc-Bt th. -
t Sh only Uf risUKssnsjenjs ao.kjow,
Laughter Lends Mev4Marm'
To beauty when ifditciMe. isnttr'ajei of
teeth WMtcnejs; wara-natm-riM-sppHed;
tbli element ol;loveliPrsa,may be tetartned
through, life' bv;ri1ng-tbe-fragrtnt 'BOZO
"SriXDixa's ,, QLDt"rmands.Farnltore
.Toys, Crockery, all.oiniuuital. work.
Over 3O7,00O.wUlwvhwJ affaUstV (onpep-1
' "Rough oo Ilch'-cures-irnmori. ei Buttons,
ringworm, tetttr, salt rbeum; ,'4-tjttedi -ftit,'
' A great natnyv Nntwawiaat svpti Uviagin
Michigan. r "i
"VVells'idTraltb Uaoewert'.for swat men., i
- TbeHodaoo jssjald to t-Xhe riatsisa-t--ptodBoiug
"Cuchu-paib-.Great Jttdn-x.and' CrJniryj
-! , J
jA.Kaevklat loath" aatV arvlsrpat(clria''i
arebow iaVMtafe-cuaeami ' '
Water-Bugs, Roaches,, 'use -"Rongb on
Dog-colbrsof solid H to b, wore -with
black oosttnaeo thtMXNBltrg season.
woratriaason-Usan itw ntaayyeasrsj
f Hough,, on, lUu'dearaant Ku; JUcei
J Chicago "-annually rerinsBDd'dTpeMKf
about'250,00e cases ot cmtogetaod about 750
tons ot bananas. '
"Rough on-Corns'' bard or-soft corns, bun.
4 Tb.eafiobaaco TtroJuc in, uba, wil
amtinnt.to about five huaured tboutaad bales
this yearaDd1tbe..exportdntT Is to ,be ln
creased. " ,
PorosedPlMttr. 15c J
ir..naaoter Uortaclli. Jupil.tjots off, ia a
"Wells' Jiealtb Btnewer'for DytpsU.
' tnlar lakn, to (fcrnk-i hsnsi-hlrvlght
Mot aut-fiiib el the original uks Is. Ult.
Bed- Bugs; rUM,cuMiBofh oa-lRati."
Tbesettind.audllorot Yrginla bat just re
ported. thai th total o! tbo bonds aUUnd,
Ing is $29,218 522.51, and tht tgntgate.of
uara, ,u wm,, w ,,( sisviaaiiiK tianuarj
1 1885, is' rJ,l0,05T;13.
'- LeMbsVatlti lal rsmiaas
-There aratrariHrabiV rnstaaees-'-wbtre
cares bBvebeetftlfcete. fry Btrrlll't fsampa
,rUla,.BU.d and. A Urerf3jlrBp.Mall dittwet
of tbe blood, when ths patient bad bes'qen
up by pbyilciapi, Itlrons of the bast nmedls
ever offered to lb- public aadasjt Is prepared
with the greatest care A tpedfto for certain
diseases,, It, Is do wonder ,tkai it abo-ld bs
aaai4batuti4Jwa lMSHUyrsiti mi oars
ltly-imatwW tisviifteTasv i'bb4mAT(U'
' ,-U Pwli
f'vmimun,uwvu.t . M.SBiisiawa iy;au
MAt &3, 16M
This medicine, combining' Ironiwlth ijuTOi.
7h.' mS-. ,s!ffi.U22 wXtf
;ZT,rtiii: liT.l.rU.thllla and Fever
'utiftiur remedy for DUeaacof tbe
, Wnmeo. .nd.ll V. ho lea; "rjlgs.
I iprpduce ronsllivatlon-ple, n" , V
, iieve. l'r.SVe'r ?rg' " """
lens tho musclea and 1 nerves t.k t
I iFnr Ininrmlttent Kcvcrs, iMaltude, Lack or J
i mOt Tho irenulne has alMne trade mark ana
I eroMed reef lines oti ruppcw Take no other.
-nuino nun ,". ,,mm ,., M..w
BUa-r aaonarMiaicii. ro,aiLtioai,l.i
Th formula by which MithUr't Herb
I Bitter it compounded it over two km
I dreut yean old, and of German origin. ;
The entire range of proprietary medicine
i cannot produce a preparation, that en
i joy to high a reputation in tht community
where it Umuu a
It U-thfhett'remedrftr K4hvtpnd
Cramp inthLstomach, Indiget
r timMalariOf, Periodical, Com
plaints, etc AtaMoadEurifler,
it hat , no,, equal. It tone ,thttyitem,
strengthening,,, invigorating, and giving
The late Judm Hares, of Lancaster Oo . Pa., an
labia JariaVaiia an,lioorwl'cil-tn,-usiviriitert
, ,-.MtahIar-a Herb. Brticra la very vldelr.kaowa,
and has aoaulrad a ereat renntatlon forinedl.
r aad In lar family several boUk. and I ant aaUa
fled that the reputation la not nnmei fled." :'
MI8BXEB ITEBB'BITTBBS -CO
685 Commerce Bt.y Philadelphia, m
', Talker's Pleasant Worm 8 jrap Kerer jTails'-'
BlckJleacVacha and relieve all the tronhies Ind-dittobillouaataUofthejiysem,nchMl)la--'
nneta, nansea, vrovrauoie, amanswi
Pain la the Bide, c wmwusivsaas
valaable tn Conatlpatloa, cartas and raaaaMtBa 1
valuable la ftniatlpalion, ejmilnjt ajul pijiaatn 1
uaunTQea-ai tno eioaaacai agiasi isie asHauver
MIH HI L lil ' ' lo ' mBWww-
' Aehe ther vronU be almost nrleelets te I
JWheooce try them wDI find UeatUeplllavalo-'
VileJnaxirnanrwan that they vein arolWsjsMat j
oavw-annwacm.' pgsiies iiii ssssii
saaka osurigreU boaaU, Oux plot cars KTsalla
--aWs IMI1i.Lt , Tm aea -
,XiMraiwaJric2Jy Te.ctiihUajMl.do dpi arlpe.or
i or tsar psus wuwn iiiih.s-wi
aTiaieaas-eenm nv wwjii-i
uwarfiaere, or seat by sbijT.
,OaJtTB MBmiMiirE CO.vRtr'Torihl
thlaUlalllcooaty all inv life. Up totweatrliht.
tfct SCVi WM.rfBlr'I"l the strongest man in'
aa enormous site, belnt twice as large aa Its st.
ural eondltlon.and IntlsmeJand anirr In appear
ance, from my knee down small eoteawe,ad.
latttmaaUealarge nicer oaioo, wbltb-ajlaaawrawd
' eSS?",W V1?' M ""' rJ"11' ,:,," esSiTnJ
lected.. The doctors would patch me upforawbllej
but the nicer would never heal. The mercury end
'poUahi wltbiwhlcb tbey,dol,caioaghton
rtvsu-iaUsai sod,,dys4snU. i,wu,ani,abJeeiof
I pi it to allmiy.irleods.. Senieihought that tbe
ouy udi-j vo save u:e waa ampuutlon. 1 contin
ued tofrew worse, and tor thre vears I 'have not
lW0n,,f ealiiJIoB had aluoatilaf. mis -..Hadtl's
toeelBe arae sawealed, and 1 caiaieau)tkl.,lu use
fL0""-!. J"?? hfJ"r ""' .en tofeel Wt-
: .kTi .1" "Jini-eis Doiu s, ana loe uh
wars which had darkened- my lite (evtweatyvbifa,
Jm3i.i l i""" w"'l?1' ia-MisnBMillia
medicine has been wonderful Indeed. i.Xodas 1 am
able to attend to ai my farming lnuTMfj7aml
walk from, one to Ave miles per day. lam satis.
Jed that 'the disease Is entirely brokenup, and
henceforth I aui,to be. bee from, thoaa twlbte an
prehensions and sunerlni which formeify made
my Uletoilserable, Swill's BpeelBo has doaiBMre
lor me loose year -hen all tbedrucatoaesmedl
cine prescribed by physicians did in twenty-eight
r---.---- ...MM, wn,,Hi, uwmi Hi'tewssBseay
.., vuuui, a., rtu, a, isso.
From-tbe, Dissecting Boom. .
Jl!5.Uk.n Bl''' 8P' torMoediwIslon
TOtraoted at a medical colksge at a dlaeVciton,
"......"." ""wdlcal atudent, lata fm)alul,l
aayUatll.ste me a speedy and thorough eure
alter my parents bad spent hundreds of dollars lor
treatment. My arm; wa. swollen t twice IUial
site, and as nothing helped me I waa detaairUB of
Jtetog e-ued. But hearuig of IttSt,., I
bought a bottle, Utile thlnklig f would derive air
Cirem lu' I began Uklng l7 irtulS r, inj
tontb. swelling. beg. n Ug.lowu4tl5rr.
seaaHtoyslBmt, I continued luee,a4;aJMr
Uklng tight bottles waa thoroughly JureA
Aeaeirrcs Wbsdki., Newark, K.J.
.-TieatUeoo Illood and Mkla UlaeaMiinalUul I Tea.
Tub Bwiitt rariotq,lJra.f7a;'roaBti,Ui;
. W wawttytovour.araUtutlti.for,thi.viry. laros buaL
neMJUBJiava.oniincB.v.e.opened neri, and think a
FINE GOLD WATCH
Airanrtpriate' article. The
tains aaiEtfki Movement. Watch and movement is valued
ai iuu tone nunorea aoiiars ;.
away without extra charne
WwiliMit:twiiUry;MdiflBure8 representing a certain
number. A person who buys any article or shoe at anv
price is entitled to one guess
no matter what the prico is.
exact letters ana numoers is
nearest to it win net tne watcn.
The guessing will end Julyi
aiven to the person entitled to
two prominent, honorable and
names win oe published later.
To give the referees time to
watcn win not De given away
JULY 16, 185, AT
Now for the. shoe business.
you 25 to 75 cents on medium
On finer ones, we save you at
are marked in plain figures,!
Iswer on the same qnality than
where. We are to sure our
ers, that we will take back
and refund your money if any one wild sell you asilew.as
we, providing you do not soil the goods by actual wear.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
1 If in the past, or in the ftiture, any shoes sold by us have not,
or do not, render perfect satisfaction, we ask you to come to us
and we will do all that any honorable person will ask. Now all
we have written is an advertisement, bui earnestly ask anv one
who reads our advertisements toiput us to the test and see that
we do as we advertise. The only successful way to do business
in times like these is to say what you mean and mean what you
say. Shoe dealers will please continue to cry us down and keep
on saying mean little things about us; also imitate us as near as
they dare or can. Customers will do us a favor by reporting any
inauemion or uncivuny from oursaiespeopio.
The Live Square Dealing
Price, Cheapest -in tho World.
INTO. 31 TAMEST RtEAI.CV ST.
SPRINGFIELD WHEEL COMPANY,
BUGGY, CARRIAGE AND WAGON WHEELS.
Walnut Alley, llelwoe.i Blnln anil lll.li Sis., BPHISOriKLU, O.
Wo are the solo mnnnTuctureiM of wlirclf, uslugr the STARK l'ATKNT STOKE
SOCKET AND FELLOE CLAMl'.u ximple device by which tilt. DUKABILITY
OF WHEELS IS DOUliLElt. Wo nre also prepared to KEFAIIt ALL KINDS
OF WHEELS. Prices reasonable and Nntlfctlon guaranteed. All persons In
terest! d are Invited to rail and nee our
'The needs of the times, and will sell everything for the HOUSEKEEP
ER'S USE- at a price never before heard of. FURNITURE, all kinds.
CARPETS,, all grades and styles. QUEENSWARE, very fine. STOVES,
toxookior heat. And have not forgotten the Babies and Mothers in
their wants of a cheap and pretty ICARRI AGE. 'The best REFRIGERA
TORS. Studebaker Farm .Wagons at Cost.
Lots of goods for a little money, at
NO. 42 AND 44 MITCHELLS BLOCK.
CLUSTER PATTEKM,fi-lfeK34 inch.
Also, 3 Inch, 4 Inch, and 0 inch dressed strips, very nice,, already ontund Jus
what you want to make FLY SCJIEENS .OF.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
410 XVBSF MlAIX-N" TH1DE1T.
C. H. PIERCE, & CO.
We make a specialty of fine paper decora
tions for both dwellings and business rooms.
We have dune the finest work ever seen
in Springfield and continue to do, it,, and all be
cause we employ r.one but the most skilled and
experienced workmen and artists.
If you want any-work of the. kind done
entrust it to us, and we will guarantee yo
perfect satisfaction at the my lowest, prices
for which good and perfect work can be done..
PIERCE 4 CO., 13 S.1HET ST.
atrVak a Poimter from the 'Above.
-watch Is lolld, cold and con
i ne watcn will oe oivan
to customers, in this wav :
for each, article purchased,
The person, guessing the
get the watch, or, if the
not guessed, the one coming
15, 1885. and' the watch
it which. will be decided by
weld known, citizens, whose,
make up their awaid the
10 A. M. SHARP.
We will continue to save
least $1 to $1.50. Our goods
and are without question
it is possible to get else
prices are far below all oth
any shoes you buy frem-iw
Bargain Shoo Man, One