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ii&atei33sfeesa? REPFBTJc'iTCx wiTrarmsr. fgfST eaJxamm.umifMmimiAiinMiHAJiw.Mmu urn ujim..wii - 1 J1 ik . K! W"fe - i i i.W KIRKS WHITE RussiaN TIip only bniixl of Laundry Soaji aw aided a first class initial at the) New Oih-ans KsiMtioiu (luaran tiv.1 absolutely Ht anil for m-iieral household pu iists i.s the ery be pringfirlti grpublit. EVEX1 A.NU WEEKLY: Tkr KKrt'BLlC prlala tkr terk 4 W lr.. lMrUtrl I'm) IIWiUkMaW tkt Btatrr t SI(urrlf )Trlv(rnl. V. M. MIC'HIII.S, mcslhrvT. TIKIS, (i. tiicovrx sic'tanoteih., SPB1HSFIELD PUBL1SHIHB COMPtlT, Publishers and Proprietors. THK KVKNINII KKI'UHLIO i, puwiih" eenreyenlaitexceiit Sunday, and Is fl - ".pteVic. THK WKKKLV KKMIULlO ll published tvirv inursaav. and ii duo ih iar wuitwui" iet7 fimllT Winawrs Id thecountn: vlKbt iuu:". markets cuinplete. Kepiete Uri.wcaShldr.uc0.'; " P ' ' in ...mmnnimii nd rnntrlbuttoiis should be addressed to Cliitox M. Mcuots, editor, and mil bustoess letten to Tuna W. Uuws. manater. PPIU'IH IP IH'll lllVP Hfcl I 1SMI lL llillUMi,. SPRIHOFJEtD, OHIO. Tcicphnnv No. sso. SOAR V3 TtJESOt EVEllwe. 1UNE 7.1887. I HKyltnii i& KprrrntatiVi. Whf Probate JudKe. mTi JOHN C. MILLEK. S Auditor. ! O. I'. SKKV1SS. If " Clerk. S JAMES II. KBCITTS. M Hecirder. S S.A.T0I1D $ C.iumtssi.iuer. M W.H.STEhRETT. B lollrnwry Director. S JOHN' M STtWART. Croi.er, " J..M liKXNt.TT. ll -. Seiieixl .lolin .'. itlack, coiiiinissloner of )-iisious. will lie at Cobiiubus Ohio, oil the Hth of June. Ifiitlalo Hill and Fred IiougUss are the creates! Aineiicaus now aliromt. fVcterlck Is a l'liltr.! Stattrs eiiator ill Italy. It seems to be the tact that Mr. lleniy tJeorge lias not sms-eeibsl in putlini; the Knights of lit.r in his vest pocket. Our readers will find our lejiort of the pn'eeitiiigs of the s-.sioii of the Hoard of Kdticttiou held on Monday iiighC to Ik-interesting. Theie are now -lu.oou Methodists in ler manv and the nuiubei is increasing. Meth ikIisui is alwavs eNpalisive and aecresMve, as it has a right to be. la)ton wants "gitN to do honsevvoik" and "protessional nurses." Kvery town ouclit to have a good supply of Is.th Springfield has none to spate. SoiithiTti democratic newspas-rs prefer to have lltaine rather than Sherman, as the republican candidal.', neat year. This is neither lMaine's, fault nor Sherman's. A very runii) little chap, called Marshall P. Wilder, who is a superb leader, is shar Inc the houoi given to Americans in Igni tion, this sen-oil. with llutfalo William. U.nl Handolph Churchill thinks that (Ireat ltritalu's nav is in a tertibletsiiidi tion. Wonder if lie has seen ouis, lately? Has an) body seen it, by the wav? If so, w lien and w here? Tlie Ijomax rifles, of Mobile, ito not wish to come clear from the gulf of Mexico to tlie shore of l.ake Krie to be beaten b.v the Toledo cadets Who blames theinV Come orf," gentlemen. .Steady, vigorous, continuous, robust, arrowing prosperity is what Springfield is after. Shewaiitsno Inhiius, for what goes up suddenly, like a rocketmust mine d.m 11, soon afterward, like a stick. The color line has been drawn again. A black man was graduated from the Kpisco pal Ceneral Theological seminary, at New York, the other day, and won the prize oticied to the man who passed the best ex amination. . 1 f a man w ishes to get on in the world, be needs a few vigorous enemies as well as artiest, faithful friends. John Sherman lias atiout the right kind and numlier of e leiides. with an lumens host of the right kild of friends. l'lniso ulio atteml tlie State Teachers' an nual meeting at Akron. June tisli.'.".ttli ami :tith. will Iiear a kimhI ileal in tlie way of jiraelieal, uui;estive talk; will se some Imlili) rilin, we preiniie; will haw plenty to eat. w ith ample opjMirtnnlty for sleeping at iiilit, ami "ill Kvl, afterward, that Uiey ti.ne hail a pI anil profitable time. Senator Sherman, in his sihi-oIi at Spriinrtiehl the other lay, .ilil : The workinmiiaii in every condition anil employment if life sJinuM lie eiu-oiiraKeil. proteetisl ami assisted liy every reasonable measure to advance, his condition, and to open up to him by lionoM lalior and enter prise all the awiines of wealth and honor. Aeeordini; to the Albany (N. Y.I 'ro. oof h'ni'I.CTl.r, Uudolph Hertzoi;, the largest drv srinidsiiiercliaiit in lierlin. snetids -looiMMlaveiir In adierllslm- He sins .. ,- .-- rf.- th it before lie, lieiran t ailvertise lie barely elearel liis exjietises. The tirst year lie seut I.ikiu marks in mhertisini;, ami his ineouie rose to :U).(XH) marks; then he iti creas.il the auioiint every year, ami foiinil his profits increasing in )irnHirtion. Tin-managers of the Ann-ricali Tract ; eiety have .leii.hxl to sel. the tract lio.. ui Nassau stnvt, a erj valuahlu iiniierty. to i-I.e-i-out th liitulery, ami to suspenj i The eateier of the National lnlli;roiiiiils the imlilieation of the, llhitmUl ClirMhin I "'" ""ler Mjit w"1 ,l'" In" i-ominittiv ii- .-.. .. . iu- ..it ..- .o ii. i .i for JKt.dOO. the illirerein-e belvteen the lf.ii, not lH"caiise it was tieliinu the ' ... ,, ( . , , ', . ,...,-, J. .... jiroht for mx thousand meals ail jj. uhirh times, hut Iwaiise it ilnl not pay. Ihe Were rnaraiitee.l liim.aii.l that fnnn sKteen managers, of the iiaier. howeier, claim that ' humlml, which he actually furnished. f it .foi pay. ltseeuis to us that weoiight tu ' Ha.se Uall Athletie-Ciiiciniiati. wist liavedtleastoiicreliirioiis ilhistrate.1 weekly pound; Mets r., .St. Iiu'h 1: Hiltiinoie lii Ameiica. If the paper alluded to leally '"UNville. I-ist-.Iie.l: WiMliiiivtim T, Uos , . ., .. , , ,. . . .tin;- Newnrkti, l'liila.li-1 liln.i C: 1'itts- pays, lettheeilitorand publisher step out, ..fctn,!.,, j.ni.neil: lmiiaa,.l,s-'t, - on tneirowii iioot., aiiui-oiiuuue ua puuu- cation. SB. -7 zmi.---:ram.--...ji.-.-K -TTm twllf 'iBMTT Tin tlnrt fifth annual eoiixention ot the ' Ti.t.rt..ii,.mi Ti lutuIiL-jI onion tieirah its i.,r. t Hntialo. Momlav. President President! , , , , , Arol-oii. of Nashville, ilditemllib annual, address. We quote from the presj repolt as follows On the question of stereotie plate, , which promises to i,e rise to the greatest amount of discussion in the eomeiitlon. the president said that perhaps the union had never been confronted with such mi I intricate and dltlieult nuestion. and th.it whether it was for i;ood or ill could only be determined by time. "The sv-teiu. ' he said, "has many supporters withm the rants of the union who aiM; iti-t H an.misenipiojiiiemioiuaii). ..... s , ot advantage to manv papeis tow 11, and even large cities, iml f i ' ale more lueiiilKTs eiii:C'-l tliv s sj. t the use of plate. I in the olhei I. theopiswrs argue that it Is dno" experiment and that It will i,ia.iua;' iIimv the woikmc foive, and evwituallv prove a cure and livome a tne ot .sullen l tion nml roiitiiiiial trouble lietven lro.n eton. and coiniKisiloi." I Of the nine-hour law, the piesidetil said it was a most Important .pii'stlon thai wjtmiM affect hook and job printers uKVst: but whether the time was rie to pauioii a 1 the union must decide. In his opinion the I coming j ear would have iniimrtant matters enougli In deal with wltliout this aim ne sugife.te.1 the assertion of the unioirs faith I in the plan and its postponement t a more convenient season. Of apprentices the president said- " I'lus time-worn subject is st.l with us The res- olutlon pMhibitinc suls.r-linated unions fn..nreniung apprentices. ,, mori.ingi papers, who may thereafter be II hplly , piaceo loeieoil. oils n,.i (,ii-il oeaiioj .w - ciiiHvceil In. atnoiiiitliie in caes to nou- ! nliservance. A stranee tiaradox Is that ,,.., i, -nirer fnnn lnMiniutin ' workmen, nlace obstacles in the way of. I remedyinir the ev II. I Coiiiinitteis on stereotyN plats and on I tairrowUK'aud loaning matter were :l Mreel-car custom is a matter ot gtowlii. , Kor some W'ks after the l'liliu tre't line was oihmihI thecustoni did not pay cv .,. j-w the custom Jllst almnt pa.v ,, , . , . expenses, rrom this we may infer that , tlr custom will grow, from month to '-tH- The manacem have, at no time. I contemplated aliandonlng the new line. ' The ios.sibility that It may be desirable to cover up the track during the next winter i , ...,....,., , i lias been Hinted at, but if the custom con- Itinuesto inervav tlurlnir the summer and fall theT ( no ,ioullt tIll. iille wiII lM, kn ' in use allthejear around. The business ot the Main street line lias reeentl v so in- I creasetl that it has Iieen decideil to put on an extra car. which will be done at once, l'roident Stroud thinks that it will not be a great while before cars w ill run everv live minutes on this line from the street car stables, on west Main, to Kit stiect When this time arrives the Plum street 1 ears will run tin to Main, cistwiiril tt. -utile point, and thus do their part to lessen the time between cars on that thorough fare. lHwnrtPnt UMJ Is niatrrng-a rjs close sti public. lend I"HUrVTJ?furtIn's tar as it vv besaf e print tins iioem prii-isel y htivihs tu us. from a lisvton turd, but we fi.iil not reveal the authorship, as we Jo not wi-h to have the entile ....ill !' ol the (.em I'itJ atlse and awassiuate tiiui: The 'ImiIiiio ll"a'.J'i Ihwiiii is i liiimmer. uu can tellbv the vvttint's a loiumter, As It rustics through sprlnp int.. summer. And ..u knots by ttieuuti It ullt l.sve an ..iniiwus tiusti. You know they are n.it i.ild For the tio.nn th.t ts lil.ide; P.ut as a rule or ihr Iritile. nr. as pure precocity. nr, thetr own eeuerosity. Tbe boom thei;ss. an.l they boom tlieoll. Tlie du.te on the grass and the laborer at toil; Itley tiate btiined Hie water till It comes t a boll. Ill as a siieculatloii. ttrst to Increase their own circulation The editor of the 1-aveuwoith (Kan.) 77insiasa gieal, sviunietiic.il and well titl.tnissl head, which fact is sh.mn bv this luminous and truthful utterance trom bis ien: We are moie than ever satisii-sl that I .Sliennan is the strongest mill that Hie re publicans can, Iiomiiiatc for the picsi dene-. lie is the man tocarrj New York. He is the man to eatrv Indiana. He is the man to earrv.Ohio. He is the man to unite all tactions of the party. He is the man to command the supjmrt of the solid business interred ot the conn try. He is the man of and for the -oi!o Let the 1ep11hl1.au put iioinin.tte him A 1'ittsburg in. in who Iiroke his wile's bead, cut his baby's throat and then his own, lived long enough to "toririve" his wife because she had a Catholic piiest be tise the balie. Could hlgotry have a mole eraplneor terrible ilIiisi.ition'.' The"lNMkllersand auaicliitsvvent to grass in Chicago, on Monday. State's Altornc Ormnell was re-ebvteil by a good majority, and the auti-lsnxlle and anti-aii.ireliist judges were defeated. A council of American Catholic arch bishops is to Is- held, at which the attitu.I'' of the chinch toward the Knights itf I,alii Is to be considered .-md dts-id.sl t;ion. The prohibitionists of Mew Wik are go ing to nominate a "lull" sjnte ticket. And vet they complain of other nsiple f.u get t ig "full." THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Kvictions have been restiinol at Itodj Ice. A dispute lus arisen on the Island oi l.agos that may involve England and Krance. The broken dike in Hungary is still open and the flood has caused great distiess o r a large area. ' The homes of sixteen thousand people vveredeuioUshisI In Hamburg to allow f the Ilaltic eaeal iiiipnivemcnts. It is allepsl from London, all r-mrts to tlie einitrary iiotwiiiistamiiiig, tliat I'm Fretlenck William's throat trouble is can- ' c r. There is an annoying issue in the. Ma-j sinic (Jrand Inlge of Missouri on the li. ' nor nuestion. A measure has tieen nilonteil i directing the expulshtn of all memliers i f the order engaged in the lujuor business. The attorneys' fees in tlie government's I suit against the Hell Telephone company already approximate S'.U.OUU, and the total I expenses alsmt tinu.tXH). 'I he matter will piobablv lie brought to the attention of con- giess. About ?17,OOi.0iHi of the calhsl time per cent bonds still outstanding aie he'd bv national hanks as seeuutv f i en uhition. (.'omptruller Trenholni beliees tlie-e will all lie replaced by other bonds l.j Sit-j.teiii- Ikt 1. V,IS.I i:,M.. III ,.,ll , ;l ,.r the eleven archbishops ot the Ainerir.ui church at Italtiinon , dnriiii; tins summer. to take deci.sif steps piwani eniorniK the princiiilexir the Catholic church in regard .wU..T....i to the lalior issues. Charles K. Mainline;, Cleveland's ap pjintee as pistinaster at Ittthel. o., has i made an assiiriimeiit. it is l.clicusl, to ,.,M. ,i. , it,,., ,.r .. ,,,.. , ,-,,r i, ,'.., nU .ln In It toM.eM hy Miss Mar M. l'eiiso, of lh.lun.i).iH. I , - aifu, imstpniiril: Ciiluiutiiis ;, .Manshe.'it t.andu - L - y - Zaiieviile. putiuiiel. poiajpn. CTviArUie J3i3(PtIf5frr-..t.lli wrS "rr,"i fi'fr"r',',Vf ?ii' r ' SCtfT5SJ3S j355STs. is but FROM L.FE TO DEATH moment it rheumatism or neural. ' Eta"1" " neari. mot uicae rs the mast painful sua the mw dangeros . . , , kicd u flaU me iuusi uauuui kuu uie ujwi uuukciuui They "tly from one part to another without a moment's warning, and liniments and other outward amplications are in them i-elves dangerous because they are liaL.e t. drue the disease to some vital organ rud .mse instant death Klieuniatisui and neuralgia aredieasi-sof the lilood audi in only be reached by a remedy w hicli wit drive from the blood the dangeioin ai ids Nucha remedy is AtiiloiiliortM. Itliasbeen thoroughly tested and n a safe, sine cure K(),..r. s:rrotlerv. l)rlvt,r t e-lar ve . ..Wish- v, Cleveland, Ohio, said in relation n Ins riii.-3iatism : I hsvelieen troubled for s's'ut three years with rheumatism in im ' p 1 liaveliad niar.yfvereatta.k-. that ia uttered it impossible for me to w .rk l'hest sttarks would often last troni lour to m weeks, l.ut J am glait to say l nave iim the medicine that maen. the disease an. diives itaway. I used Atliloi.lioros for one of these bad attacks and with but a few doe 1 was rid of the rheumatism and p.m Have vou bad any return of the iliseare was asked, les, 1 nave never uc i'n Ii,10ros steadilv, as 1 am well MlisPi. to use it as 1 do." As sum as I feel th. ' first vmptnmorriicumatism 1 lakeai I or two .f Athlophoros and thus avoid tl attack. 1 alwavs keep it on band an' , o,ild not 1 without it. , . D ,:,, of l)ndon, Ohio. I ,- of rhe-imatic fever, wliiib i- I ' l,i,l,eli.les. One l-ttb opiums ctmsllum, and thoucb tbi- "V, "r 'Two VCaaei.. lie l.a, not l,a. . - " ; r.ieuniatistn since. Kvery druggisibliouw keep .tn opimro- a..d Atlilophoros l'ills but where they . not lie Iwught of the dniggU the Alhlo I.lioros Co.," 112 Wall St., ew York, wil send cither (carnage paidj oil rneipt regular price, which i tl.00 kt i-'itl. for Uhloplioros and 50.-. for Pills for liver and l!dne disca-.-. d;s-i-n 11. dujeslmn, wealiiess. nervous ilelulil. -. -of women, ismslitwuion, liea.U.lie. im; u b.oo.1. ,vc . Athldrtmn Pills re uncqualo! . In Favette coiintv. On., live brothers named Hambv married tive sisters named j .ajs except tlie Territories) unable to pro Starnes. and then Father Starnes inarneI cur,, it Irom tll,,lr dealers can have Half Mother llamby. Hackaclies, stitches in the side, intlaticti andsoieness in the Ixiwels ate symptoms) of a disordered state of tlie digestive and assimilative organs, which can lieconceted . by the Use of Ajer's Cathartic Pills. ' iuhim; five i.oxh vka.cs. Nik 1)i ouvii iilu. Miss.. Jan. J. 1 :SSb-::r'e7r luzallorrr. 1 have heard ot I Ion Hitters ami havetried it. 1 have used up lutirtiottles, ami It has lnne me morcKoixl thau all the doctors i anit medicines that tlieyeouM usaon or with ' ..... ........1.4...... ....( 1 ... hi.... ......... uic ..ii ne, iie evu. utt t iei .u uirs. eu iii stich a relief from your medicine and torment of tlie doctors. 1 have had fifteen doctors at me One gave me seven otiiw-.-s of solution oi arsenic . aimtlier took four lutrtsot lilooil Irom me All tliev could tclt whs th.lt It was skin sickness Now. alter these four buttles of your medicine. 1 am well and my skin is welt, clean and smooth as erer. lll.XKY KXOt'HK. iJ.MUi U'olUiS -Kl.oU linou Al 1I10UITV. ' ' We confess that we are iierfeeily amazed at the run of our Hop Hitters. N e never hid anvtliiiig like It and never lie.ird ot the like. Tlie witter fleutull' lias been selling drus .riy iiuriy years. aid lias seen tne rise Iter's. A tnesar atiit.ill ottier hitters t patent niedn-iues. hut never did auv ot tlielli In thetr liest davs, te-gin tuliave Ihe run that Hup Hitters have VV c call t get enough of Itleni Ve are "lit of them lull the time. From tetter ! Hup flitters i moil Hriitoii. Myers A io. u hoes.ite lime .ists. I levelaud.Uhlo. ijimo iok tt.i'ik "We .ire pleased to si hat nir liahy wss lieriiuiii-iilly euied ill a serlwiis protr.tcted lirenul.irity ot ttte howel hv Ihe linear Hop Hitlers hy its mother, which tt he saior leslnnsl her to perfect health and strength." f PMis. .iiisek.uii,k.m:ss. The most wonderful and Marvelous success in cases where iersns ar sick r plume awav li,oi!hendltloli of Inlseratdeuess that ho one snows wlint ails them iprolltalde patieuls fni iiH-lors lsobt.illle.lby the use of Hup Hitlers rtley liei-in tocllre from the first dose, .tint keep il up until ierfect heilth and strength is restored iv icm:ii iih: ii.kciiv sii.n. 1 lielleve It to he all wr.ing 'ludeven wo-ked foreiergyiiieu iir.ittier public men to he leti mtoKiviiig testmii.iii.ils in ti.ick docters Of t vile sinus railed tiieillclm-s l.m when a r,i, aentonous article is made up of ciimintni v tl uahle remedies known to all. and that all ih sieikiisuseand trust indaitv. we should lieel eoiiiiiieud .t. I thereforecheertuliv and heart ilv -4ihitiieiid Hop Hltti rs foi the good they lisvedoue no-ami mv friends, firmly helteving I hey haveioeiiiil for familv use. 1 will not le witlniiit Itiein." Kev f.. H Warren. Seijuo. New ork. itooii ism r. "To sum it up. six iidij; years of tiedrldden slckne.ss and suffering eiislmg -a i i-r vear. total il ai, all ol winch as stopped hy three teitllen ot Hop l!ltle taken hy my wif.-. wh has dune tier own housework fura yearsmee wittmiit the l..s ., aday.andl waul everylmdv to know n for their tiellent. John Weeks. Iwitler. m:v i;i: i iii:i.i.i mis. If vou are sick Hop Hitters will surel) aid Nature in making Jim well vvlien all el-e Mils. It. vou aie is. , live or ilvspeptic. or an sulleiiur lioui anv olher of the lilnuemu .tise.ises ot the stomach or ImiwoK It is votu own l.tult it vou leni.iin ill. Tor Hop ltlllers is a sovetelgu lelned.V ill all such louiplaints. It vou ale vv ting away with anj form Kldliev disease, slop tempting death tln nuiiiii ut and t ii I ii Im a clue to Hop Hitters. II on aie mi m.ms use Hop Hitters. II you aie a frtspieiiler. or a resident ol miasmatic district, baricaiie your sjstein against the scourge of all ocintries mala rial, epidemic, billions and intermittent lever b.v the use of Hop Hitters. It J oil have lough, pimply or sallow skin, bad breath, pains ami aches, and fed mis crabie generally. Hop Hitters will give you fair skin, rich blood and sweetest breath and health. Tint sir. Iicdriddeii. invalid wife, sis ter, mother or daughter, can le nude the pictuteot health with Hop Hitters, costnm hut a trille. Will jou let them siuTer '.' In shoit they cure all diseases of the .Stomach, HoweK Hlil. Idver," Nerves. Kidneys, Hriglit's liiseav. sl.Out) will bo paid for a case It cannot cure or help. ?hj L-'frTrr- jpH. r '.s '-He- i- C- TTi 'AV eV -. W f ,TOV- '- fiLy-ri -j&.t M &mm NtW YORK Shoes t!2JFfflbffis)lssI$s!k!Hi, lUittiOiItt tit hiqhent ejrrellru rirx in jt-Aa'ii'orf ttutt Jfv A j'avorittg in Jtthiimthfrrircirs, I Muriim s. , J.ir.COUSINS. TiA on evc.y t- c i NEW YORK. 1 SA ' v. Agents for M'RIm.rf.ui Rouse & Parsons. Tint's Pills Thlwiinl.r Kmlr nwiir fU ! piies - iiiuiiv eiirv . n r i- a- UVSpepSia, UOnStipatlOn, OlCK Hparlaohp Riliniicnocc nBdUdUltJ, DIIIDUSneSS iil nil (lNi'iiNes arising Irom a Torpid Liverand Bad Digestion. The natural resnll I. iruul hi....iii on.l solhl llesli. Hose simhII : elecuut- " "" Vn'T" SS' I SOLD EVERYWHERE. PAUL A. STALEY, Attorney and Expert -IN- PATENT CASES, SULICITOK i)V 1'ATKNTH. Itoont R Ai'fiiili' ltuiliiiii7 L,s", TftcrO.X--J I rfjiir.. . I si .ggglBgJgftW. SMPT0MS OF CONSUMPTION. KlK.S'l" M'AdF lough in the imiriiiiig , followed sluutlj after b; slight expeetora- ' tion win. !i the patient thinks onlv conies troni ins turoat .-snori iihmuiiiik. nun t.chtn"sinthechest jmlse iHvoiues quick- i in ioe e.eonos, ... .1.1.1 .. ..... ...i... .....-, i""'ss in the evening with slight fever. Dutty's Pure Mult Whiskoy j, the US1.V abs..lute cure for tlie tirst stages ot loiisiiinptioii ktiovvn to medical science t.lay. This can Ik- 1-n.ven l.j hnn- ' dredsol certiticatesfroiiileadim: physicKns . , and thousands ot t.M i.als from cur.sl consumptives. Kead what a prominent I divine sa PRIXCITOX'. S. OTT Co . lovcv "I liave Used PilITv s Pure Malt Whiskey with Kre.it benetlt to my wite. who Is a cuiillrltieil invalid 1 know from expe-ieiice It Is ,i pure I and most valuable medicine 1 am also nsfni-! 'ft In the ease of my sun. who i threatened I with c.iiisiini)ttoii. I am a Presbyterian cler- . gymaiiaiid a doctor of divinity, but 1 am not ' I afiaid to reconiiiieinl Unity's Malt WtifsVj n tlie unrest and limit efficient tonic that I know ot. ana my experience is a large one. RKV. II. MILLS. This whisky is sold onlj inlsittles. Price. SI. For sale by Druggists, Crocers and m-alers. Persons east ot the Itocky Moun- I Diuen sent, in plain case, unuiarkcd, ex- liress cuarges jireji:iiu. u leiiiiiinii; c?u 10 THE DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Rochester. N. Y. ; black's opera house Wednesday, june s, """"' " '", '"""" .... .... IfUTT DrillCDrDP i jm m III IS llll lllll llll! I I ill illilll lllll t.XUMMl orKKAC'O., j mrri"tnj: tlie IIi-wtnj; artists Mih Kale I KiriiHhfrr. rruna Ionua '"t'iniin. I:itc.il Tarl Knsa's rAiiil hiiSinl. Uixra , lrury L:ine. t lttnl.tit. autl Tlie unerii .m upcra tuinp.my, 1 rail tun hi .WUHif. .cw lork Mlt Louise Kiiifli'. ' outntlto. I.rmTly with the incrUa!i Jpra- .Mr Us David, TVnir. latf r (.'Ura Luihc KfUojcK ronrrt . Mr Kit Knluhr, i'.iHs.i. (ortnrli of th Stnik.ch itjraC.; mi;, t arlu A Nrrano, Muiirat IM rrtor, Ji.nmTly ui tlit-Milan Opra t Hit irf.irmaiict ill nint of (ta!ftN 'liirnilii Olra. Ill" Irt-itlnif lllit. it(Hi Jtn HruliO iilnf ll.it-H'4 Marili.i.iiii-Iiiaii.L; ,! (i U tfuri'i- iiir- fr.tn this t ni stt- ipr.i lh- pt-r !triu.tu('t win t-ri'ii ut lull o,ti.ums ai:J tppropi i:tii -s. i iy .M hft. n rt- ! Mi -i IViiVj!.' win iln' ttit pnpiii.tr iiiiihu lisUii Ills' iin.iit ol the hi' itiniHit-n. " 'h- :m.i j 4 Rtrrtl -i-ais it I'l.-rc - OLD RELIABLE TIEESa J. D. SMITH CO. OI.OII1C lit 'ItdllNd, Collier Went Itlgli l. noil Mnlniit Alley POINTERS, BINDERS AND STATIONERS. Ilia- k It'iok Work ami Legal ilJimks Speciallr. J. J. McC'ARTY, ricijc,u v?srr TAILOR! ol SlHI'll I.IMFSIO.Vh: ST., (Il..i.kiil.r lll.xk), I'ri-st'iits u s'lilctnlii! line ol' Suit ins for lipiitlt-meii'M Sirinsi Ve:w. j SUITS and overcoats! HADE TO ORDER. I Satisfaction Guaranteed. I N. E. C. WHITNEY, Sollcltorof American and KorrUn PATENTS ASI cot Trii: r j.or IX ALL J-ATINT klATTIRB. Room 5 Arcade Building, Itranrh licvnrifo: AVxhtnirt.in. II C : I. on dou, Kik. fans, France. MliG96P5. (birf'Cciioj. V -WIC-5- r) BIAlD5,riONT'PlECE5&c&, SKNU FOR OUK NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE MRS. J. H. REED, 50 Main Street. - Buffalo. N.Y I Iu Tarrant Seltzer ui WtiOlJ A certain cure lor young ainl oM ; For ronmlpallou will (Ifpart, Ami fn4( jest Ion quickly ntat .Sick. li-a.lache. too, will HK.ia nuliflJe. Vhrii Tarrant's Sttzer bait beru trltM. , .nnpet Hpln fnr Mpii I I IDIIOOl HUIU IUI IIICII. rl JCHB9EMlfBKasHIBiHIBBiB " I'.y N.V Monej to .JMclu.. I will send you a S' s,,.f.cr,. j,Clilrr,( x an fter Jle.irs extierlmentiliir. which eier I I'ollsillld ..stsjou li.ollles Othhi(un til cured, ddress HK.S'UY Sl'K t I.. l!ox 41'i. .Milwaukee Wis. ' LYON&HEALY Statc & MoHnot Sts , Cmicaoo. win nnii. ifv. tnir ll j nivxtttl ( UMtta oi non iKiirauBtiU, I unarm bj tM iijMDrnt, 41 !". llltvfUi (LwtTUinjj irf i vth U iwsjnhvj by boA or Irnm Corps. Iwlwlinc HAlrtD( Mts rtk . Trlmtulfs,U. Otiun loibartteiu t AniAtrur UoJs LltntWd n4 Silt Ui m Of t4 Mu Ss lP-7 gt fo !(r m&' ",- ls- fBL ill UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS !;E i IHT- men's, boys' .ajsto CHILDREN'S- SUITS ! .A.T Clothing House OP J.M.KN0TE Having been able to secure a quantity of Suits for Children, Boys and Men at a direct loss to the manu facturers, I will include my entire stock and sell you a suit for about half its value. To give an idea what I am doing, I quote you a few prices : Good, Strong Jeans Suits, for Children, $1.10 .'Better SuitSf wortn $2.5o, - $1.50 to 1.75 i Fine Dress Suits, worth $6 to $13, $4 to 9.00 3MCE33NryS SUITS. $2.50, regular price, $3.50 ; $3.50, good value at $5 ; $5, regular price, $7.50 ; $11.50, regular price, $15. I mean business, and my old patrons will bear me out in saying that I have always fulfilled every promise made in ! twenty-five years, as a dealer I can only say, come and see for yourselves at J. M. KNOTE'S, No. 13 East Main Street, - Springfield, Ohio. If you intend buying a Bicycle or Tricycle, see the COLUMBIAS AND VICTORS The best, cheapest and easiest running wheels in the mar ket. Second hand wheels taken in trade for new wheels. L. F. OLDS BRO, NO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET. WANTKU-Oeneral Kents. to wholesale my new motor, itare chance, itood sal ary or. Vic on ttio dollar. Address. I th stamp, :' M. Weaer, Indianapolis, lnd. (Namo this paper. VntotitlltiffAtlvertUersshoUld address GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., ! 10 SI'KUCK MTKEKT. NEW YllKK CITV. permnneut and speedy rure. whether the pa r.. bvi rex i ir t i mi vvwsPJPPHS tleut in a moderate drinker or an alcoholic For ShLhCT LIST or 1,01X1 s,h.w seAj-tjuj wre,.; Ttioiisands of drunkards hale been Wllilmtont KRKKonDDHpitlon INSTALMENT DEALERS WiHSuiijustwbattheyneed A FULL LINE OF INSTALMENT liOODS mhu only to H:e INSTALMENTTRADE. b addrese'.cg I.NJTAUlTWutK! sirrLV 0o Krie. Y. , ' SPLENDID Is now open to secure a nice, nobby and great Cheap Sale now on. Look at these prices : $8, $10, $12, $15, $18, $20. There is not a suit in the line which other dealers do not ask from two to five dollars more. GENUINE POSITIVE BARGAINS In Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, Men's, Boys' and Children's Pants, Men's Furnishings, OOiRTSTIEJPt 3VT.I2Sr vyf 9frrrjrrx - f . f y g?.i . . -- jc. . y . , 3 wmesMmmmtmimmmn m iniii, thei and advertiser, and to others llDIIAflfCMAflsLTOO n IM sm asM rVM W . v .m or nTeT.i,ur tiTiioT. i-.o.iri,TiT'uTed i u) .iiiiiiiiiiMri ingair. uuiur (olden -ieritic. It can bfulvrn m a cui' of enffee or tea' without the knowleJifi ol th- neraon takniL- L r ' : it- is absolutely h-trm'e. ami v. ill eiTrctaiTll flnFRT QFRQ niHtlf tftnticratf nifii Mho h:ie tukfii tlol.lcu H;.fcitli'lu their cortee without theirknowl eJ;e. ami toJay tellpvt they juU lrlnKuo;ol theirown free will It never falls. Tliesvs- tern once lmtret:uatel with the Specifif.lt become an utter ImiHmibllity for the Ihiuoi appetite loexlit. rurs.tle ny nr. 1 ' tas ir.least .Matn street, and Theo. Troupe. Maluand .Marketstreets.SprinuOcM.O. Hats, etc. I invite an inspection before you buy - wJPT3 gsfTT? ;,:, - '--, mm ,. ,.,.. ,., ak-aaBM-BajHtMa, XTRA INOIUEN NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY READY-MADE CLOTHING FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS, BRUCE, H AUK & CO. Will sell from their store Ready-Made Clothing at greatly reduced prices. All of this clothing is new and of the latest design and style. Those who are investing and want a bargain should call on us at once. A special saleto last thirty days, so take ad vantage of it at once. The store is open until eight o'clock each evening. BRUCE, HAUK & CO., POPULAR CLOTHIERS. THIE S"W"jlSr ! FO UNTAIN PEN ! Sun in ils llliuht, (Iioiii;Ii Mvif us easle'.i niut;n, 'Ilii' it'll nmini in Is, mill tlie Imld tlurp iiiiii;s, While tliH.slon poucirs ilisfOiiliinifil pact' I! p at.H Hit' Mliok' lint cannot reacli tlie gnu-i?. THE SWAN PEN, While simple in construction, is scientific in princi ple, ami is always ready for use. provided you have ink in the holder. It is a perfect fountain pen and is warranted to give satisfaction. On exhibition and for sale by D j, I I ILIiUL UU UUllj Leading Booksellers and Stationers, 12 SOTTII MARKET ST., SI'KIXGFIELD, O. zute&T-attZf h 3B fTfeSAGEHDOi;- roh roofihg f .rrZ r. futoSDffis0ND J"KLrra,rr, gsU'W - sPetlCtSSji" ( HURST & THORNTON, (If HSTHrt Ollin .WFA1S. SprlnglltM. OM. iWHELDON ; lUIOM'-SAM: .1X11 .TVOIl!-:Orsr V fei "SysJft' f IM ,K4.MI fidljrir. j BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTH RACITE & BL0SSBURG I Stove and Kindling "Wood. Atrrntg far Hard Coal Co. and 1 nfftnn ortfl Vn . Pukioi. Ulnit,i..t. -J maU-i Pi X- "im-u emu i ui ua . uuiiigi iaaiiiiiyiuu dim meuiidiiiu oiretsis, Springfield. Ohio. J ll U I kll 1 I W La II Wt Koractieck for ja)we will print a ten lino . a.ltertlsemeutin One .Million Issues of leading American Newspapers ThMls attherateof ouly one fltthuf acent a line for Liii Circula j th.u! I he advertisement mil be placed before ' Oue MilllonititfereutneHSpaperpurctiasers: orKitrMiu mKi.ntb ten lines will ac- comi:odate.ib..ut 7 . words, d.tress with copy ! Vi.A4v :lu'1 '"Sck; 'f.'i..'."'nl."' tot Uook .lmpanes. (Ito. P Row KLL. CiL.lUbrtcci I M V.w Vo CHANCE! stylish ail-wool Cassimere Suit at the .A-ISTD T.A.riRKZEl'r h'ir'.SS) M & CD. 2 F9:- S5Ks5JS5 SsVxSSS rwi. t-r,x,r Rsress -:sSS: vukkuai invi'vugjam Hi 0.I0.EAST 2"" 5-.. Sg J ,4, VJfi;irifiTi'U- BS msa.: 5heet Mctal ,n AftY FORM OR . KAIAMCIN IjsON Mmi W mi. & MERRILL, kktaii. dealers ix SPKCIALTY. Franklin Coal Co., of Jackson, 0. Telephone 254. OlltinilS Oil StlirL A KmIhIq I --'.'' - "- -vmir- ilTTS. CALLS. ETC , A Sl-tClALTY. IimurnnrwABain.t L...sluslM-kll.eralli.n Circulars and Intormatioa ou Application. Tim Theory .r Mock tlnlun;. ,iniln. in. by Autliur Cruiap. I'rtce. fi, post paid. Table of routent-4 malted free Knery specu- ! should read nd study ihisluterrstini work. H. W. KosLNBU M. l .tehnnire PKee Neworlr elsewhere. ONE PRICE CLOTHIER, STS. I I m liSS -I'" M A TlTwariBtsBMMBMliirfMBrTraHBBtW "-" tgse?aaaaBatvaieB!ai9sgsy aasisiKiK3it5arssjss!ai!asaBisaa! '.TT-SK-i. VTrdSk..SliMCMSKSalbAS JgKBBKHKtBBttKIBuKnKBtfJBIBB0BBtKKtKKB&Z5r'