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GLOBE REPUBLIC. FRIDAY EVENTING, OCTOBER 30 1885.
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I In- burrel the soutbc rn eli'tiiocruts usu
i a riui oarnd
There is n mile chmmi between n criMitn.
cry utiii k cromntory
Honest Miirvlanders of hII pnrtie ari'
inntiing a fight tinat tie (iorumti ami
We cannot vote ngnm until nort etr
but e can catch nnel punih the ballot
thieves ami ward thiii,' at ntir tunc
The greoiibucivers ot Michigan bfivi'
withdrawn from their coalition with the
democrats 1 hi bourbons will soon be
There are now a round live million peo
ple in Loudon, Knglnnd with a daily
average of OO 000 visitors, from all parti
of the world
A new Washington kink is the putting
ot the kitchen in the fourth story ol the
house Now wp presume th.it the teller
will be put in the tilth story
'1 lie dying wordi ol Count Cavour were
"A free church in a Iree state,' an utter
ance worthy of the lip oi one of the
(,'reatest statesmen of the nineteenth ten
Our toughest class ot immigrant, the
"Heathen Chinee" gradually ield to the
genial inrluenct of our American civi
lizatiou 1 hev have .it last learned to
It is Uite extraordinary thatdt mocrnlic
papers in New York are displtad with
the speeches made by the republican can
didatfs uch a remarkable thing was
neter heard ol
The treasurer ot the Lnited Mates pro
poes, in his forthcoming annual report, to
make nn issault on 'the Daddy I'ollar
Many people still think that the Daddy
Dollar is a Dtisy
Virginians are taking some object les
tona in the kind of man Ohio produces,
and they find them an interesting study
l'ornker, McKinley and Sherman are
pretty good specimens
Itruk Pomeroy has now taken a hand in
the New York campaign in beball ol
'lammany and Dave Mill. A lital result
to the bourbon combination u now a fort
'I he Iintish lion aud the Hussian bear
are bo'h growling, in an undertone and
making mouths at each other when people
nre not looking at them It wouldn t take
much to get up a fight between them
'J he Methodist 1 lines of London,
thinks William Thomas Stead, of the I'all
Mall Uaftte, should be in parliament
rather than in prison He might make
things rather luely in the House of Com
mons. The editor of the Journal and Miesen
ger, a liaptist organ, says, of the new
lock-up at Steubenwlle, that "guestB will
find it a comfortable place to spend a few
days in." How dots the reverend gentle
man know this?
Allen O.Myers will have one naiwi
friend in the hereafter Judas Istunot
will certainly jrtrie to him that is to say
if the nature of the temperature will admit
of congealment, and if Judas doesn t prove
more treacheroun than he has a reputation
We infer Irom some things which the
New York Times is saying that Whitelaw
Keid, of the Xw York Tribune, has been
hitting Mr. Jones in a veiy tender spot
Vlncli spot we cannot ay Jones has u
good many And they arc raw and
It will take two years yet tu complete
the two steeples on the great Iiouriu ath
olic cathedral on Fifth avenue I lie
steeples of the famous Notre Dame in
I'aris, have never been topped out and
probably never will be, although the atruc
ture was commenced in 'lU
The proposed new line of railway from
Middletown to Hamilton aud from Ileum!
ton to Sharon, to be built to enable the
llee Line people to reach Hamilton with
their trains, will be commenced as soon as
the necessary right of way caa be obtained
This will enable Springfield people to visit
Hamilton without changing cars at Daj
ton. The Toledo Hlade and the Commercial
Telegram are kicking against a new court
house in Lucas county that is to tost from
half a million to a million. The Hlade not
only kicks at the court house, but at the
other papers, while the llee tries to gather
a little honey by printing a line pitture
. of the proposed structure Meanwhile the
county commissioners arc losing sleep
The Anglo-maniac is evidently abroad
!d the land again, as there seems to be a
general inclination to drop the H's this
year. Hoaily, whoss name commences
with II, has disappeared, nnd Hill, of New
York, will follow next. This may he due,
in purl, to the fact that the Htighsh trans
lator! of the Old Testament dropped Hull
in bringing out their new version. Surely
the il'f are ilumpinj; through at a terrible
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Mary Anderson, having come to us from
the impulsive, guhy English people tinds
Americans ton told nnd impassive lor her
Man she. hi go to I'eoria nnd Oskosh be
fore she retires from the country in disgust
A Missourmn (ltobert (libbons) has
managed to reach the age of 1 l'i years by
i hewing tobacco Perhaps if he had onlj
taken a snort of whisky occasionally he
would have Ik en ZOO years old by this
1 he Maniuis of Iiorne is ridiculed be
cause he rati away from a mob A man
who doesn t gt t away from n mob when he
can Ihimi t enough sense to go in when it
rains l.nrne has shown a great deal ol
moral courage by ndvocatiug rtdlcal and
moled relorms ni England reforms
wlnih, if accomplished, would greutl) di
mmish his income and radically allect his
othtial position Lome has shown hiinsilf
a man aud a hero
A Point rt" ti Ihf llrlnllniia lleiweell Citpl
tnl isnil l.ithor.
Among the many devices tor sec unng a
common and Inendly interest bctwun
capital and labor, those whith turn at Co
operation seem to be the fairest and most
feasible but it has been found dilbtult to
invent or contrite a system through
which full pistue tan be done to both in
ttresUi 'I here nre, however maiiufactnr
ing concerns in both r.nglnnd nnd Trance,
whith have done much to show the mutual
Ij beneficial results of attempts in this di
rection We have heard ol nothing in this
line however which seems t be ipnet -'
symmetrical and sntisfactorv as n plan de-
crib"d in the N'oculber issue ,if Hnrper
Iagaine It was devised and put into
opsration by M (iodm, a philanthropic
frenchman His ep-neiicp convinced
him that the earning power of capital is
represented by its interest, and that of
1 vbor by its wage1- Aftt r the interest and
the wage were paid nnd certnm sum
withdrawn for the net )ears assurance
funds for education and the tupport of the
poor ill, and inlirin, etc the surplus pro!
its were divided berween the laborers and
the CBpilnl in the proportion that the sum
of the wage bore to the -uni of the inter
est 11) converting the savings funds into
certificates of proper!) J.113 s00 of capital
has already be-en trauslerred to tui asso
nation id five yuars, and finally the whole
plant will thus change bands trom M
Ciodin to his workmen
This is of especial intcrct in this city
as a large proportion of oui population
is composed ol either capitalists or work
ingmen and as attempts have Vcn made
alread) in some ol our factories to reach
something like the same result
"emitter herieinei lei IrKleiln.
e are glad to give our readers in this
issue ol the (it oaf Hmibiic the substance
ol a speech delivered by "vnitor .lohn
Sherman, of Ohio, at I'elersburg, irginia,
vesterday We doubt whether o masterl)
and statesmanlike an utttrunce has been
made within the limits of the common
wealth for fifty years, or indeed for n
century' 'I he senator discued ns our
readers will see the burning politicn!
questions of the hour iraukl) and boldly
)et in a caiholic, generous spirit, which
must have commanded the admiration and
confidence of those, even, who were dia
metrically and strongly opposed to him
That uh a man, protessing and exempli
lying such political principles should
make sucl. a speech a Senator Sherman
made yesterday in such i locality as Pe
tersburg irginia and that he should be
listened to ith attention and respect is a
most encouraging and promising sign
of the times.
MltI. llltAyi'S rill.l MINCK.1,
In Fhioi nr Kilrraiett n III (lenerHl'n
I'eriiniiieiit IMhi e of "epuHtiri",
N'w Ytak Oct i' liiinog feveral week
pan there has been much speculation in the
minds of New Yorkers as to whether Cien
eral Grants boiy would remain here or be
removeeifrom the state These doubts grew
out ot a recentl) published statement attrib
uted to Hon J U Chut! ft-, to the etlrct that
the family of Gen. Grant did not wijh ihe
General's body to remain in the city, and that
congress, at its neit session, would take ac
tion in the matter.
In order to make sure about
the matter, ttie Grant Monument
Association decided totuke action and on the
loin Inst Mayor Grace, its vice prisident,
wrote a letter to Mra Grant stating the ru
mors at some length, saying that they were
likely to interfere seriously with the raising
of fundi for the monument, and asking her
to make a deliuite and positive statement up
on the subject, to be given to the public
Her reply is as follows
Vuv Yoni. fit yi IHM"
DkauSir Your letter of the loth came
during my absence, and was reteivtd on my
return from Long Branch
Riverside was selected by ftiyiMt and fam
ily as the burial place of my husband Gen
(irant First, berause I believe Sew ork
was his preference beeord, it is neir the
resilence that I hope to occupy as long as I
live, and where I will tie ab'e to visit Ins
resting plaee otten Third, I hate b lieved,
and am now convinced, that the te.uib will
lie visited by en many of bis c oiintr) en
here as it would le at an) other place
Fourth, the otUr cf a park in New " ork was
tre first which observed and unrifervtdly
assented to the only condition imposed b)
(i n. Grant hunsell, natnelt "That I should
have a place by his tdde '
I am, s.r, very respectlully,
jl I IA (licANT
Til K SI III ! HVHT II H T.I I.I).
4tt to rlatuifnrtiirera Must I'iiv to Per Cent,
mi Their Clrrnlnilnti Medium,
Cotcvint s Oct .). Their la considerable
tir here arngtsg operator! in the mining d!i
trlcti and Invthe large mauutatlories over a
decision which lias been received from the
internal revenue commission at Washington,
to the effect that the scrip which is being
used by large farms agreeing to pay cash to
employes on a certain date In the future, and
being used Instead of money In payment for
labor, will have to be taied 10 per centum,
he same as other state cirruUtioi; medium.
Formerly thil scrip was made payable in mer
chandise, but a law passed last winter makes
It a penalty of hesvy fine and Imprisonment
to use scrip ot ttiat character, and the majority
of the operator! changed to cash scrip Rev
enue agents have neen lent out to eiamine
into the extent ot the busmen and report to
Locisvillie Ky., Oct 2D. Jacob Knho,
manufacturer and wholesale de-lcr in jeaoi
clothing, assigned this utteruoon.
The liabilities are about tbO.O )0 Assets
unknown. The principal creditors are local
woolen mills, though ihe largest number of
credltori are iu the eait. The nignmenl wn
precipitated by the presentation of a large
note fur payment.
Titromo sr.ti kihah js taotti)
Kit I ,SI'l.f!MIJI HKUKI'tHt,
And Itillverset IHenleitintr Argument
rjtnll the Helming Ijuestleiii or ttie Itiiur
- Ills "pet i li nt the Armlemv of Mui at
Pelerlurg l.iitt Mlit.
(! in Vnriilm; 1 1 1 1 1 n
1'hi.iihi in. Va.dt. .'i Senator Slier
tintt spoke here touiitkt in the Aialemyof
Musie, to a crowded audience. The stage
was tilled with white people, while the boil)
of the building and the galleries were oc
cupied by colored people, the outskirts of the
crowd being friuged with whites
Senator Ahernian was introduced by Gee
Mabone as the foremost statesman of 'hi
country, to whose warm heart and love her
every state in the I nion, and lor the
whu e countr), be bore cordial testinion)
tini. Mabone esteemed it a great honor to
have the privilege of Introducing the distin
guished senat r Irom Ohio to a Irg ma
audienie He came1, be said, to address the
reason ami not the prejudices of the people
Jie bespoke tor him a cordial greeting and a
hena'or Sherman was cordially grettedand
accorded a must resjecilul and attentive blar
ing tseuator Mierman said, in part
lnn Citikmi I accepted with much
dilhdence the invitation to speak in the can
vass in itginia, cbietly be-cau e I feared the
public prints might have made a false im
pression uion vour minds as to my sition
in the recent lanvass in Ohio that was neither
just tome nor ihe republicans of that slate
I at ce pte I it, however, thai I might, face to
file, show you bow unjust is the clamor
evokei aitainst the rfpiil'litans ol Ohio lo
demonstrate to you that what the republican
sul) profisses In Hhio as to national cpus.
lions is the same that it prolees in v ir
ginia. and that the prac Heal npplic stion f the
primiples of the re public an party wc ul I tee
ul vast teneht to the slate ol Virginia,
while democratic "iiicess woulltenl more
aud more to harden the tunes and ine tent tie
in iustrial development of Virginia
The senator referrel to the charges ot (ln
Lee and the newspapers that he had been
waving the blooly shirt He denied this tut
irtHteilei to reiterate what he hal said, as
I charge among other things that rsnitttti
tional rights and privileged had been disre
garded by tie democratic arty, esp cia Iv in
the southern states that in Ihe last c lee lion,
in the year ol our Lord 1S, wherever the
votes ot the colored jceople woul I atlect the
result they we re d' pnved ot their Irani hise
b)onedevceor other, nnd thus political
I oer apportioned to the colored popula'ion
w is trari-ferred to and lercised hj white
feniocrais ol the south, so as to mike their
tlitical power greater than other utizens
ancl, by these mesn. Grover CIpviland be
came president ot the I nited States instead ot
James (! Blame
The truth ot what I said was not enntro
verted by (lor Hoaily nor .Sena'or Ihiir
man, nor as far as I am aive-ed, by (,rn
Lee I pointed to the public records, which
prove! all I sail, and espeiiall) quote 1 fi jm
recent leafing publications in the south t tit ir
lull an f un quivocal Rilmt-sions ol the facts
sta ed by me so tar as tf ey averted the
states ot South t'arolina, Georgia and Mis.
sissippi and their frank avowal of an 1 de
fense ot their conduct
Geo. I.ee, if I am not mistaken, has con
ducted b s canvass almosr entirely upon the
basis of an appeal to the confederate oldirrs,
to the pride ol Virginia, lor the lourae the)
xhibiled in he war, and with military trap
pings, tlags and cavahale, he tries to turn
the atteneioi of your people from the ques
tions ot Ihe tresent time, from vour material
develr pment, from nrotective "tantr, to the
memoties c f a war in which Virginia (ought
bravely while there was a hope, and submit
ted honorably to the arbitrament ol aims
wben their cause was lost
It was of the present I was speaking, and
not of the paet an! I said that this evil of
depriving legal voters ot their right lo vote
wa so great, wide-reaching in its influence
that il would never be sul rnltted to, but that
some remedy would be fnunl to prevent its
success I did not at that time dream that
tbe nnip tactics of frau 1 and violence in the
south cl which I lomplilned were abmtto
tee transferred to the state of Ohio et so it
as In tbe recent election in the cil) of
Cincinnati, where the democratic part) bad
control o' tbe polite, and substantially of Ihe
election, Ibey resorted to frau i and violence
so gross and shamelers that even among the
democrats of Ohio there is n outcry against
such proceedings I denounce them as I de
nounced kindred Irauds In the south, and in
voke Hgainst them the honest indignation ol
Virginians as 1 did of tbe people ot Ohio
benator Sherman dedsred tLBtthe question
at issue involve,! the fundamental principles
of the government Kvery voter should be
allowed to vole as he pleased and his vote
should be honestly counted Ilea, pealed to
men of all parties to see that this is done.
In questions pertaining to a Iree ballot and
bonese elections, Virginia Is far more inter
ested than Ohio The two Virginias, taken
as a whole and united into one stale as they
should be, posress more undetelofel re
sources than Pennsylvania or any of the
western states You have coal and Iron with
out limit undei a soil exhausted but capable
of restoration You hive barbers and rivers
as beautiful as the sun slimes upon. ou
have rcxunity to raatket, a good climate all
the products of the sea and all the produc
tions of the land suited to your climate
These are not mv opinions expressed tor the
hrst turn to )Oii in a pidipcal canvass, but
they were eipres-ed five years ago alter a
cirelul study of your resources I now re
lent to you that whatever may have been
jour tneones in the past, then It was neces
sary lor you to do hat you could
to maintain the system of slavery,
jet now that every man is free and
atlliteu the interests ul Virginia are as much
involved in the faieandjust application ol he
principles ol John Marshall as any state in
this I nion that tor Vitinia still to linger
around tbe resolutions of 17'JH when new
elements nnd new lite require lor your aid
theixe'iise of all ihe nowerl ot ihe national
government, is mere boiirbohlsm inteuse and
pure forge ttn g nothing, and learning notb
log bj the march ol time. What you want
is a government able, not only to protect you
Irom foreign powers, but also to develop your
resource', troted your industries, ini,r ve
your rivers and haibors, and in supporting
your schools, and, in r -oteratiou with the
statel, to create and regulate those great lines
ot cornrnunica'ion, both of water nnd rail,
that tend, by absolute free trade between lilt)
millions of pec pie within tbe I nited blatii
to Increase the intereouise and supply the
wants ol the American ceople.
There is no ground for jealous) ol naiic nal
authority, because tbe commerce between the
states is now so rapid and Intimate that Vir
ginia is today as n -ar Ohio as adj .inlug coun
ties were to each other tifey )ears ago.
Tbe republican party plainly and strongly
announces lis purpose to protect all furmi ot
merican Industry, not only ol the work
shops but ot the firm, by levying duties on
foreign goods that tan be insnulnctured or
produced in tbia co .ntry. The object ol this
policy is that our people may be induced to
manufacture at home every article
essential to American lite and industry
What have you to uo for from the demo
cratic party ' A laggard all tbe way, More
the war and ince tbe war, having no affirm
ative principles, unable now that it Is in
power tu propose anything or to do anything
for the commoi good, playing with a civil
servile law to whith its leaders are almost
unitedly opposed, tinkering with our cur
rency by demonetizing minor silver toins,and
paying 08 the noo-lnlereit-bearing instead of
the, Interest-tearing debt; at lea iion the
tariff, with Carlisle, Tucker, Morrison and
Hurd pulling one way, and Randall an,d othera
the other, professing lo be for a tariff for rev
enue, and proposing a horizontal reduction of
protective duties). It proposes nothing, it
Our stock Is now coiniiMo for full uml winter Ir.nle, cnn.i!tlii!; in purt of Mimi'm ami Hoys' Kl. Cuir, Wuic
mil Shoes uml Uubhor Hoots, AT'etlcs Ac. I.sulies', Misses' ami Children's Cull, (.'out uiufKlil Itiilloit Hoots,
lien's W,(.oat and Kip l,uco Shoes. I,i lies'. Misses' and Children's Croquette, Sandals and Warm Lined
All goods warranted, mid bought direct from maiinlael tilers.
Thcrotoro can sell Solid Goods
dues nothing, and is nothing except an iniiim
brance on tbe tistion I life ol our countr)
by should Virginians cling to this party
that appeals to nothing tmt the names of Its
Instiad of turning out rascals tbe demo
cratic administration has put In rascals. Mr
Cleveland, often no doubt misled and de
ceived, has ajpcitnle 1 more penitentiary nnd
jail lirds in In eight months than wire ap
pointed In the whole twenly-lour years ol re
imblii an administration
Mr Hendricks charged that republicans had
hi arde I up money It the tnasury that b-
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lion ot il teen apphel to tbe )a)ment of the
public debt Tilt) said tlure was enougn ot
it to bu) two barrels of Hour lor every man,
woman and chill in Hie t nited .States Have
anv of veil received your barrel of Hour'
hat piblic measure supported and adopted
bv tin tcpiihlican art) during tbe twenty
I ur viarsui its power do they lake issue
upon' .Sont whatever. 1 hey dare not ion
test with us o i any questiun ot the past
hat has tl is part) done since It rame into
p jwer ' V fiat does It proose to do ' Has
it done aii)llung to relieve the hard times,
to raise wages, to ad 1 tn prices' Have they
adopted anv reform ' On the other hand,
evtry measure has tended lo harden the times,
to leduce wages and price.
John Roach, the shipbuilder, has lieen
driven into bankruptcy and his workmen dis
charged, and the alministratlun has operate 1
against Amc man ship owners It has also
excluded tbe fractional silver from the count
as money, has done all it could to depre
ciate silvei in the market, and now ocenlv
oppo-es the coinage ol a silver dollar that will
ureu'iite side by side with tbe gold dollar
No burden ot the people has been Ie-sened
No measure has been adopted by this ad
ministration for their benefit.
1 he senator then contrasted this with what
had been done by the republican patty in the
last qua-ier ot a century. It had established
the bomes'end law; it had given the best
lurrency that bad ever been devisul by man
it ha 1 gradually funded and paid the piblic
debt, it had established a proleceive taritl
which has increased our manufactures Irom
eighiien hundred millions in lfi,o to filty
live hundred millions in lHriO. That has to
diversified our manufacttiri s that nearlv ety
article of common use can now lie made In
this country, and the burlen ot the tanir
falis almost exclusively upon articles ol lux
ury, which do not enter into the consum
tion ol the common people I nder this
lieiieliceut policy our tountry has advanced
in wealth anil strength more rapidly than an)
nation before in the history of mankind
And tbe republican IVty now proposes to
continue the old policy e f protection an 1 pub
lic improvements, to encourage manufactures
in the south as well as in the nonh, to de
velop your resources and enable you to share
in the beuehts of diversified industry. It
roposes, bv a wise, national election law for
tne election of presidential electors and mem
bers ot congress, to secure tbe people against
Ihe evils which now threaten It, and may, il
not corrected, at an) time involve us in dill
war And it tronoses o seture to you a
bimetallic money ot IsDtb gol 1 and silver
oined at their market value, so that the dol
lar ol onecoiu will lie worth as much as a
dc liar of the other in the markets of the
In dosing, the senator made an ctlective
appeal to Virginians tjr their own sake, to
support the republican arty
Uic bare A Jones, a member ol tbe C m
mercial Gczetie loial staff, was married to
Miss Minnie Steele, at the Cathedral, Cincin
nati, by Rev Fathir Hie key
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Corrected Hall) l Ihe J II htcwartlei,
VVltolkSAIh oROCKKs' AMI ( OMMISMON V1K B
Will t.kAI K I KICKS
Ill'TTKR t'nintry, Tals- creamer
I.Utti Cciuntrv,?1 packers' refilled
KI.UI It l V) foliTiiHrliantl.
MKMM-i nuiilr) bums, 'ie , shoulders
c Itsoem 7c
lilt ITItT('lilekens, ti 's spring HDH
ni'ri - t ie
. Al't'l M-i.min.c.ncookltii: tl '-) eating an-
lain V, a; eieeooellier oiriei
III , 4. i-n, m, ,,,
SWH.1 I'Ol MOK-JmcTR, per barrel,
K it llHltltmire, !.' Hi
( Mill veil Iconic .rnwii, ncrlm Silt)
(iMiiN-i Per l.llihcl 7'e.
( H.Hl -INtbitnrh (IJ Inline.
msmw-tl liner Ballon
I KAMIMtlllhS-llell , Clitv), per bare
i isi jur Hithel SJ Tfi
Corrected elally b Hamilton . I llrooks
Will. 1 -7r, according to eiuallti.
m-vv cms -inc. '
PA f- -NH-.
( orrectisl dnllj bv I.eutv's Sins
lateows, itoT.c butcher' htci r, tn P,c
bliilig cattle i to !.. hogs, JIJ5 toSitVi
calves, l'9 to Tic.
Oreen, Vo 1 i gren, Vn J, V; cured, No 1,
c cured .So J, 0c. steers, .No I, 7e, steer, No
J, Ik, calf, la kip, 7o
Corrected clall) lij slack ,t. Ions.
Washed medium, Jc washed, tine, J- to ,'s,
washed, eosrM J.,c intdliiiu. Is to JIH on
w siu,t Jim. i; ii,? iitiiiRsheal, coarse. IC to
MOI. V"cl-S-culetanil nominal.
It" y -Mi adj and lu no "Urate demand
Ol'l Ml Vf quirt nnd rim.
ew lurk Money Market.
.Naw York, Oct ."i.
Money on call i n.j at 2hh per ic nt
ITIme mercantile arr4a.i pi r c nt
Knrtlgti evrhaiiKeiiiiit unci unchanged at
SIMS lor fi" da) anil!! K,V4 for itetiiaml
Total asles of stocks, JI7 7JJ idiarc
e'nivernmint l,on,i tuill and strong
Mate bonds I'ciltt and weak
Itallr md bonds-Tie iliriiiuid for rsllnav
tiotiilk for tini's'mnnt continues acilve at ad
ClNCIf.NAT! )Ct ?'
KI.Ot'lt-Kaslcri famllv, tl ocul) i, funcv
51 ."Hi 7
III VT-Dull No S -ed, 'il"
COUV-lleuvj No J mixed Stall'.c
0H Kasir hn '1 in i veil 17' c
in h- ilulei and firm. .No J el c
HAltl.hi-ejult-lauel stead, extra .No 3 fall,
HlltK-llllll at J7.
1. Mill ririii at :, v,
HI I.K MI.Ars-l'utti Kboullers tli, 'holt
rites f , lo
H VI ON -tjuiel shoulders 'W 75 ebort rib
1 1 i.j, short i i ar, Jo in
WIllxKi-lliicl at il cjy I, .Ms for fluMie.1
(toevt si on
III Tl Ht-tjuiet nnd unehstiBett
creamer JSh.sk fancv diilr H.nlv
I iii.i firmer I7al7'lac
CHU-sr Cjuletand uni barigecl.
Clin luinill ll,r stork Market.
Hoc llrni. common ancl Itht 7nl sn,
lucking and tiuuhers JMOn-l 7d
lUrcilit IMI3, shiiniuts, l.lVrf
mil i i. f . ' ""-'A"". Oct .V.
HOI -I) ill ancf ilticb luge,!
WW- VI ".emd i.,. loner and cloud 'ic
mnler csterclav November closet at
N.c Iiiceinher s7 k1mc J,i,uiar s' c Ma'J,.c
No J spring n, s Ujcrlnn VOiTJ'.e, No J
r d m'(i ,nci. I red 7scc
t.".'sI' irm "' r ictlonallv bluher, but re
ceded, closed ',a -c lower than v.-aterda
cash and Oclobcr t'.ali1 Jt i r 37c
.e','V1vS t1"'." ",,lacl, esh ,, October
-V, Ncivenit.ir 2Vu May i-ji aJ-.c
int ijuiti No ir,cc "
IllKI.hV Hleacl .No 2olc
HAVHI-Hl Mead) , No. I 1 10'.
Ml.-r.ri)RK-lillletatld steady rash and No
veinticr a l-nn m, Iiiceiiihcr ti J'nx 77k
Januar) 5M0 ', "
I a nil rt ca.ly and iincbaniteil cash S fv5
Octoliei iMmisi November J-. ho,, ,iji ),.
ceinher, )im., J7' January 1 s,i.- ti
ilciXhl) iff-A Ih- yulMi ,ir, ,iu. .nouldem.
(I liial Vi Mlniri nb slden Jl nv atiort c.ear
hlc'es f i bi., I ,
MIIK llljhtrat 5115
111 rtl-.K-l irm and unihaiikul.
, c reamer
W'lC for November; k '
1 I'lctmber, a Jan
is'.i c , ua
C'll'.N-l nchat ged '.clonir
"v, in- ijo, or lor .ilav
in itii' .,.,.- -
l'OKK-JVyc bin her.
CbtCHKii l.lsr Slork Mnrket.
I'll K Alio, (Jot 2!)
CrTI K-Hecil,t, 7 ,!,, suliiuieuls, Vfi
steal K, hiad of fano) Utere Mild for lo s)
I V.T V'."., ''"".V""1 ""," ' SI '"at '; IbrniiKli
Iciaa tattle dull ai JJi,,) on; wisicru ranmrs
icow-'lJiViVi " """ "r". l VI,
ji;;ii5 V wf : 7iui . tautt, ii'!?!
ellH't'-Kiciits nisi, i.Iiiprri,nt, l,(yi
slcad natives IJ eMJ7, swern, Il iuti
Iciiuis.Sl ,j ou lamb. pr tun I. t-l caial 7i
Neii lorn I.lv e Sim k Market.
,,,ll , Nitvv Vokx.OiI ."i
III KM.s-Noiiv received dresnd i,eef. eio
.ita'jo fr native ..pes r,iiK7c for Texas urn
I oloraclo aide . riieorl, 7ii Iwul cattle. 7so
iiiartcr tieef J'jcnrcH ii. mutton
Bfll-H'-IUieipts U.liOi dull and loner Hum
tMir or car cad. ic, curry iivec, J V.ai lo (or
abeep li s,r,s.InrliiriiiK "r
llOi,5-Itecclpiii, JjVji, sieady at II 70al jo
.New Jkiirk Alnrhrt,
nicit i.ii . ott
, U.",AT h,""', No 2 "I'rlne, !'. No l
bar I II oft inner ded,;aalfre;dn loininoii fair
and Inferior, ivn., .No J red.Waji.1 ilevuUir,
No 1 wi i lie, t7, uinrrailccl wiui,mi ui'.
I OHN I,c,wer an 1 closlini dull, unrralt!,
... i a ,,,, .oveiiiner at amer 1fal ',c
liilelllUlHIlil Nil V ilV store aMHalevV
lor, M '(V mloat 51 ',0.10 to atrlvc
CM rrtI.Oer. lucalerule l,ii,liid-
westtrn.liuHe, vililte do. ,(U40o
lOhM-K Optlci., t(. d iu lower, falrl
active Noveuihiji 81 In
,"'l' '"'Il fairtoijiiod nliiiltiKiJuoted at
Hit l.-Hteady and In lair demand
HlltK-1i'u'i"K"d "' 'a,r,,sltai,iiaJ-vi0
II A 1 I t-an ad nt t uflttlij ill
lAltl) MialtraU.1) aellvo, wi.lirn attain,
.".'.TT1'!1 Prm itc, cie,nd
Ulhl-Hlv-Hulit at 7.I0.
MOI.AmK- (Jul, 1
11' 1 MKA-IH-Klrm
I I , l,dll wn I - .1
I till I . I l.l IIU IHUff
.IS I r., I U f II
II 41 111., t vrn .niirr
ic,l.tii nsiul .. it. r s
wiie.i 1 1 1. vnin . I it
1 t. Vlllll..A (a.
8yii,M, n y
cA-l ty Urugrl.es.
avr r,i,i lefi
wi tu i uavv
(SSOglilluid b'a t.V
MM ...m rtaes.
Hjl'ici Ctszletl Cs
L. OMO. TSM
- LUXT STIFLES EST-
JONES, JOHN & CO.,
(Successors to Morrow V Jones.)
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Emma Mine
and Hurd's Shaft
Thpse coals are far superior to any Jackson Coal ever ship
ed into this markot-once used, always used. Also, doalers
In best grades of Anthracite and Sunday Creek Coal.
NEW FALL HATS,
The Latest Correct Styles, of
MADE TO ORDER.
Men's Furnishings, complete new stock.
FULTON i HIPES
s.P(.,lrP,i ai i tent litigation reiiilnrleil lu the eourts Patent contracts lel onlnlnni on In.
fril.K.lnenl.l.le.ll..I,a .,,.) lr,sl,llllr nf ,el..ulli defective , stent. d .Terwfrnilnl . .tl".
nti )rearil elrnvi luirs eieciile,! I.t a forme r Assistant I lilel llralt.in.n I I'atenl ollhe
ijn onic-, larucuisr aiionucin II given to cases icictedl ntbi r hamli, and to
, , , ,., TIM'I.MIJ, I.VVIS.
laTomt lUnk llulldln, fprlntrtlelrl. l) , and Wn.rilnittoii i. (
Adjustable Chair Co.,
Rocker, with Au'omatic Foot-rest.
ribllifteil and fur sale also on easv liivinent
Ian i at ihe st ire an I s, i ruiranl Mr C If ll
ama, JA I ist Mam strt el
Manager for Springfield,
'Terunil Mm I niT fa I'.nvbf r ami Uit, itul
rhiltei k th wr A to prtJ p ill Ciial In sttn
I'liclt J ruin, j'j a rul comfort
ROTH & CO., Cincinnati, O.
Hoi AjctuU lu the U. H tut tbe celebratsxl
Varls Kiel (llnvea.
Price llsta mailed free upon application,
Iv-riulHltcly clfiiiiccl, 10 cU. per pall
(postage, 2 eta. extra 1 r pair).
AOTH'g OLOVE rMPORrUK.
lit Wjal raarta Hi.. l)aaBBauri
Maverick National Bank,
rapital, - - $400,000
Surplus, - $400,000
AciounU of Hanks, Hankers and Mercantile
firms received and any Ijusii.in connected with
IxchauKe drawn and table Transfers made on
the prlacti a! rititscjf t.uroe
Asa V rnTTBK, I'res W Wornc, faah
E. Y. EMERIQUE,
.No. bj West IllKUStrett.
Everything New and Clean.
All Klnila nf Smoked anil KreHh Meotn
(oiistutill) mi lliinil.
POPHAM'S ASTHMA SPECIFIC
"or Ihecureol AHTIIMA. KsHbllslied 1N19
Trial paikage free
T. I'OI'll tM en., I'rnp... I'lillnclelptila.
Do mil fall tei try this splendid ireiaratlcjn If you
haredlriicull brialhlu from Asthma, Hay Kerar
orlhroiilc llronehltli It Is a pleasant Inhalini
remedr, unlnit at once luthesatof dl.ea.e- r(.
DoirlnK 1 be mucus or i.hlem, relaihif the
tlKhtne..ol the tlirtt, proiuntlns; eitavtoratlon.
audlvliij; Immediate and iitlVB relief In ever;
cate 1'ut uplu l.rgs ton. , and Kld bv drumiliu
Tenons vlsllmtf Yellow Spring will find gewd
cuoiiio.tlou at the old reliable
At very reAonabi rates. I'attiu. funilslied on
House only one nire from depot.
K. II. Ill Nsl I It, Proprietor.
ItsEASLiivl sst-c Avltunof rouijiiariiiii.TuaioVi
ti,".n I'r.cuatura Ilsca, .N.nuua Debililr. Ixki
Maabeml. o haslnii ircd lu rain ererr Voowd
bleh D,slll unci VlIKH lolilsf.llgw-.ufJ.r.pa
'ntcrprnnr. Wiii-iii Lined Hoot
illlllUH , JIlHM'H' mill Chi
IltiliburH iiiid l(ii.il)(r IlootH
and Mechanic Sts.
Tl I I rtlllMS
6 1-2 EAST
Frank J Runvan.
loom In llnrltlntslium'a Hnllellnt
"r Mnrphy Bro's store.
rtpeclal attei ttoi ulven to the reiervlut
PAUL A. STALEY, ""
Attorney and Expert
80MCITOK OF PATKMN.
Hoom H. A.rnsl llulldlnu.
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
Wm. II. 0axt. Minin M. Uamt
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Iarda Bnon ad Ham.
J. D. Smith Company
IV. iV. Corner Main anil liltncHtono.
Rlank llcmk 11 nrk ami I eral lllanks a specialty
All Shade of Good Silk Velvets
that retail at $1,50 for
This is a Saving of
HI ContH on il Vni'd I
AM) IS JUHT Tim TIIIM. FOIt
IIHESN AM HAT HUM.
30 Doien more Rough and Ready
Sailors and Turbans at 24c.
EIlltE IV IJAJiT'H,
19 EAST MAIN.
1885. SICLER'S IH86.
P. P. P. P'8
Popular Pullmijn Polnco Port Ion.
wm m.RS!& WPWh'tt ... ,MUu
fur l4i ilnirln, Mini FrHiirUrti Mini llunit-
lulu. Mui.'Ur on. m v. ie, una l-c. 14
JJIWft. tor pf rilrulart iullr .