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" "persons lenrtne the city lor theanmmer.oi
for a few weeks, or tor only a lev. days, can
nave the Karm-uc mailed to them.irom this
office, without extra charce. II you are going
from place to place, just drop ns a postal card
and youraddresST.UI be chanced, so that sou
may hate your home paper every day.
Tlie-Vitt'oiinlTrfiiiiir, of Washington,
(a Grand Army organ, we believe.) wade
into the president in a manner that Is ab
solutely red hot.
The Pennsylvania company is building a
line new passenger station in Canton. How
about Spriufifleld's new station, so long ago
promise.!, with such elaborate particulars
and such fine pictures?
The wheat of the country" I reported a
in average condition. There has been n
damage from rust. Mucli of the crop ha.
been cut. The hay crop is light. Oats and
com are in a promising condition.
President Cleveland is boldly crawling
out from under the led. lie Informs Mi
Thiebe Cousins that he proposes to visit St
Louis in spite of all that has been said.
llrave chap with a cold heart and a thick
Columbus loses a good citizen in the
death of Mr. M. M. Greene, a prominent rail
way man. He was not only a public-spirit-el
man, but he was an active Christian
worfcer a member of the First Presbyter
A bronze ttatue of Moses Cleat eland,
the founder of the city of Cleveland, Ohio,
is to be erected on the public square, to
keep company with the statue of Oliver
H azzard Perry, in about six months from
now. Clei eland is rather niumng to statuary--
Our free hospital building, on east Main
street is beginning to make a fine apiear
aMee. It ought to hate a name. Wf don't
know how to do Justice to it without giving
it a hyphenated cognomen the Mitchell
Thomas hospital, by way of illustration.
How would that do?
That Cincinnati Harper harps no more.
There is no music in him. Springfield Kr-i-rnLie.
How Is it about the brass liand? Cincin
nati O'MiMfn-Mi! OtiZitU:
That bravs band toot no more. When
all things are considered, we may say that
ils Mlence is golden.
The Zanestille Cotirirr, of Saturday,
The firm of Whiteley, Fassler i Kelly,
of Springfield. O., hate been doing a busi
ness of about live million dollars a year.
That is the goose which has been lay ing
golden eggs for Springfield, O. A manu
facturing hrm which sells products of five
million dollars a year means a demand for
building lots, a demand for carpenters,
bricklayers, stone-masons, plasterers;
means customers for the gardener, fanner,
dry' goods merchant, boot and shoe mer
chant, grocer; nutans population, wealth
ami Importance to the city where the man
ufactory Is located.
May theahote-nanieil "goose"' be enabled
t go on laying the, afore-mentioned "gold--ii
eggs" for fifty years yet. Weieliete
.she w ill.
A Dayton lawyer furnishes the editor of
the lrnihl with the following important
points on driven xvells that will prove inter
esting to the people generally:
1. A well that was put down more than
six years ago is out-Iawed.
2. A claim ot less man zmo cannot De
taken to the I'nited States courts
S. No patent is now involved. It is
4. Wells put In liefore Bennett got the
patent are ineiely jier-onal claims and
not pass uy saie 01 paieuu
.". The patent being "dead," no action
w ill lie for a "violation" In the past. Ac
tion only been taken "under a patent in
0. All actions if any can he brought,will
necessarily be by personal actions, and as
the claims will be under SlOO, must be be
fore a justice of the peace; with security
for onsts,and a jurv to hud the "damaxes;"
and juries are not fierce oti innocent users
of "dmve ttcIK"
As no public recognition has j'rt been
J given to Mr. Benjamin II. Warder' nu
' nlclfent and timely gift, which he proposes
to bestow on Springfield namely, the
i splendid public library building which 3s to
be erected on the southwest corner of High
' and Soring streets we are glad to put in
print a suggestion thai has Ix-on made to
jus. It will be remembered by our citizens
that Mr. Wanler had placed on the walls of
! the library, a few years since, a splendid,
life shed iHirtralt, in oil. of the late (Jeneral
Samson Slason, the stalwart friend of pop
ular education in this city. This ..ortrait
was painted by Mr. S. .1. I'M. our local ar
tist, and the suggestion we al
lude to is this: That. by w:
of making a fitting recognition of
Mr. Warder's enlightened and generous lilv
erality. our citiens form an organization
and employ Mr. Vhl to paint a life-slztd
portrait of Mr. Warder, to lie placed she
by side with General Mason's iortrait.afler
the new bilding has been completed ami
transferred to the city. We propose, that,
by wa of further recognition of Mr. War
der's act. the structure be known as Warder
Hall. These suggestions are resjiectfully
On Sunday (dune ith) the ctenite
works belonging to the Chicago Packing
and Protision company caught tire from
the tank room, and an explosion occurred.
Set en hundred hogs were roasted alite and
thousands of barrels of rk destroyed--intolting
altogether a loss of sl.-J.Vl.OtKi.
Mr. Phil. 1. Armour was the principal
owner of the concern. The insurance will
probabl) meet the loss. The firemen nnd
others were reallj heroic in their eflorts to
stay the progress of the tlauies and sate
property. Two thousand men are at lea-t
temporarily thrown out of work. The As
sociated press agent gites us this fine bit of
Perhaps the most exciting scene of the
day was presented when the men who
were attempting to drite through the cot -ered
runways to lite hogs in the upper
stories w ere forced by the tlames to desist.
Kelow were scores of workmen rolling out
barrels of pork. Down on the crowd pell
mell leaped dozens of theaffrighted animals
that had Jumped from the windows or
sprang through the open hatchways. The
men who had brat ed the names tied from
the falling hogs and at a distance watched
for glimpses of the squealing brutes that,
crazed with pain, were rushing madly about
in their tall prison of tire. A Unit .on bar
rels of pork were sated before the hogs
The following, from the Coshocton .iw.
is so good that we must tind room for the
whole of it. It is headed- "The Sherman
Plan of Iteienue Uediii'tion:"
We hear continually of the burdens of
taxation and the dangerous accumulations
in the treasury. Itemote the dut) from
sugar and wipe out SS-J.txin.tioo of retenue.
Vow. to do this on the democratic plan
would destroy the sugar industry and ruin
the southern planter. If John Sherman is
is unfriendly toward the Ninth as the de
mocracy eharte, he would seize this optior
tunity to gratify his spleen; but he does
not, he looks after their interests;
he remembers their wants, he sees and pro
vides for their danger by proHslng to pay
the sugar planters a bounty equivalent to
the present duty, thus enabling them to
continue their business. This hoiintt
would amount to alnuitSs.lHKl.OtKl ier year,
which would make, with the S.V-S.oou.uoo of
duty removed, a net reduction in the an
nual surplus of about Siil.OOO.ooo. amino
one injured. Hut as this is John Sherman's
plan, small fry democrats w ill not see any
merit in It, but will continue the duty lie-
cause surar is a southern product. The
same fellows would wipe out the tariff on
wool, a raw material, and a leading north
ern product, likewise a lively competitor
with cotton in the markets of this country'
Herr LouLs I.ing, one of the condemned
anarchists in prison in Chicago, w rites this
terrible epistle to that terrible scaie-jail.
I and my six comrades are at the mercy
or the prison attendants, who do not show
us the least kindness. They treat us like
slaves. They are worse than the men who
threw the bombs at the Haymarket and
placed the blame on our shoulders. I do
not fear death. Should they hang us,
honeter, the people will rise and proclaim
an eye for an eye and a life for a life. We
call every workingman a brother, for are
they not Imposed upon as well as we are"
The time will come when they will rise in
their might and cause a great revolution
and a creat many lit es w ill be lost
I.ing is in jail and is soon to be hanged,
but what if Herr Most should swoop down
on Chicago and destroy that unfortunate
city for putting down and punishing these
red-handed murderers the anarchists?
Sime small boy should lie hired to watch
Ilev. Dr. Joseph Parker, of the City
Temple (Congregational) church, on Hol
born street Ixindon, is understood to hate
designs on the late Henry Ward Ueecher's
pulpit In Brooklyn. In a sermon. Sun
day evening. June 2Gth, he opened an ate
nue into the affections of Americans, who
may be looking his way. by saying that he
was astonished at the inteiest shown by
Americans in the Queen. One American
had offered .100 for a ticket of admission
to Westminster abbey on the occasion of
the jubilee services. Americans he said,
had no state coach, but they had education,
liberty, indeendence, a spirit of progress
and energy. Mr. Cleveland. America's
king, hail wrilten him a friendly letter,
showing that he did not feel that there was
a wide difference between president and
preacher. Perhaps there Isn't but if it is
true we are somewhat alarmed alniut the
One of the new editors of the Youngs
town 7W;miii has etidently "got it bad,'
as will be seen by this paragraph of his-;
Ixite makes red hair auburn and a pug
There are set eral old boys who felt just
like that a half century ago and they r
member their symptoms tery distinctly'.
Green gooseberries are said to be tery good
for the complaint
Tt in lliiu.elill Decorations.
Sjieakingof .rtieres, it i now the fa-liion
to utilize old faimh sha Is in this way Old
era or India shawls make lovely curtains.
It is an advantageous w ay of displaying thes
heirlooms, and it is all theprettiernot to hate
any two alike.
For instance, not long ago I called on a
certain laity noted for hr excellent taste in
household decorations. At the dour him it
wtutecrniK shawl embroiden-d wilh roses
At another an India shaw I of exquisite k
mamhip hung, while at still auolhei was ti
black craps -bawl coteivd with white silt
Ita no longer in good taste to have a regu
larly made mantel lambrequin, they aiv too
set and utiff in apiiearalice. The prettiest is n
bit of some art fabric, pun-n&stiUe of our
An old crape shawl, carelessly thrown
upon the mantelpiece, is verv nrettv. A
I Japanese robe of bright colors is pivttv on a
mantel, so arranged that the shell en of the
mantel are overhung at each end by the lobe,
which should be ooi aped as to display the
DnEnt aiiK lining, the appearance of at iff-
- . -"j y ww unvim
'draping, which oftentimes show the taste,
... ... v.., j oijirui un-viUUtO
diriduahty and skill of the lad v whose lie.
longingi they are. Evelyn Baker Harrier in
New York Mail and Express.
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PATTa'S HOME MFE.
HOW THE GREAT SINGER ' WHILES
AVNAY THE TIME.
Tli Kitt-Aer Xnmniltc lilsteiire r.eJ
In llit!t him! Tulare I i IlleultfMsr,
I.lllirlieoii, llituiet .si,,,t Mtolliil, i
I.HlU IlimLll" II. .si.--, niu rlellils.
Theie Ims tteeii givat del written nnd I
printed altont Mine pnttl s home life, as fat
as the trim run lie .s .pi ,sl i , tlie mthei
nomadic existence m.si m h,,ieU and jialrui !
cars. As teit few jtcrsnns, huwuier, hat i
been privileged to mile de t isa the uicidenu
of a piinm doium's d utv routine the juU t
lk-hed stories bate l.s'ii rather interesting
than accurate Tb ivhiters and Itltert lew
en. that havedealt nitli tliesul.j.st at nnj
length have IiaiI to de.eud, in truth, mort
uhiii their iin.iRiimtiou than iimn an abun '
dance of facts lliinii .time, l'atti's sojoun ,
in the United States, which nnt ! taken ai
a fairiiecinien of hei exeiienee tl-ewhei-ui
herdays hate gone bv Willi something akii
Awakening towiud So'tUvk m the morn
ing, the songstress takes a cup of t-otTee lMf4n
leaving her IhsI clmiutK-r The twoor thns
hours that go by I ef.ie luncheon the Freucl
dejeuner a la foiuch-tie aiv wlidcl ans
with the maids, the hints, and the dogs, Sig
nor Xicohni aicaiiiig at inlei vals with a In
of gossip, a suggestion. 01 some stHilliug in
telhgems? apnuHis of n ailiculailt long 1 m
made nt the billiard table At uoiu hiiKheoi
is on the table, and Mine. Patu stejis inti
the dining room and claims hei share of I'M
and of one dish of meat, ending up with a hi'
or fruit. The prima donna neter eats hrear
in 1U habitual form, the hirud laul lfon
her is cut into thin slices and Inked until it r
a. hani as wood, rihe drives daily from y ti
4,o0or.x. and tery little is.ntersation is car
ned on as the carnage rolls through tho pari
or up the road as far ns Judge Smith's jiop
ulai hoslelrt ,
tlE PATTl's IlIXVFItS ,
When Mine 1'atti i. to sing 111 the evening
she dines nt 4 o'clfK'k In the af leruoon ; whti
she is not to .erforiii, dinner is served at 7
One or two friends are geneially iutited ti
dine with It diia.aud fonnality is avoulisl a
much as H.ssit.!e The menu U made up n
the morning, and u- to the cook if all it
component iwirts an not prepansl not inerelj
to the queen's, but to the songstress' anil t
the tenor's taste A great feature of Xlme
Patti's dinners is the ice that u brought m a:
that stage of events at which the plelieiau Ho
man punch is habitually xrinL At tin
Windsor this marvelous comiound is calm
-Lalla ltrsikh," and foi the liehoof of the un
Initiated it mat be descnlied as resembling
the more widely known "Pouding nesscl
bnnle," mums the fruit contained in the lat
ler delectable coinjiouiiil.
"Ijtlla Ibokh" b. the single subject, outsid
of bilhartis, um which Signor Nicol'a '
waxes positively elithusiastia His adim'in
will 1st jiained to leani that owing U) hi ten
dency to bilious attacks, his doctors hav for
bidden hiui tOartakeof his favorite driicac
witli anything approaching self ludu'guuce
At dinnr Siftior Xicohni drinks claret, bu'
at oids white wines As for Mine, l'atti, tw.
or thrw years ago her physician presenbec
claret, with a tiewr to enriching her rathvi
impoverished blood Just now no traces a
aiwnia are perceptible, and Mine. l'atti hav
ing wearied of claret is (leiinittetl to innigli
r. little whisky with her water at dinner only.
There is no such meal as tupier in the Patt
household, and by midnightSignorandMum
Nicohui have r'ltissl.
HOSTESS A.I KTtlENnS. I
Iudavs set apart for performances Mjua '
Patti uever receives and does littlo ornt
talking. When she is not to king (n the even
ing fche entertains ber friends from 1 toi
o'clock in the afternoon, and after dinner
little muie of an out of the way sort, i. e., '
cither playing, banjo solos and so on, by ,
artists w ho am only too happy to be asked t
meet la diva, is enjoyed by the hostess anc
her friends. The latter are not very numer i
ous, lait they are of long standing Many ol
them belong to well known Hebrew families
said nearly all are connected w ith the worlc
of finance. Mine. Patu has, practically, n
professional intimates. At distant interval!
she is called upon by soiuo artist that hav
known ber abi oad, but it cannot lie taid that
auy close acquaintance exists between hei !
and her brothers and sisters in art
'ordoes Mine, l'atti cultivate, as do most
singers and actors, the society of journalists.
Those whom she has known and liked foi
yean are welcomed as friends, but m at
evening conversation with them and othen
there U no hint of the hostess' profusion and
no mention of experiences or triumphs
nothing, in brief, to suggest that the ortisl
cares to supply material for a newspajvi
article or for idle gossip. With her guesU
Mine. Patti prefers to converse in English,
which she stieaks quite as fluently as if sb
had nev er left England or America. But sh
drops into Frenih, Italian and German wrli
(wfect facility, always lecuning to KuglisJ;
as soon as practicable. Mine. Patti striv e tc
diffuse the liebef that Signor Xicohui under
stands the vernacular, if he dt.es not sjuak it
Signor Xicohin, unfortunately, makes nc
effort to keep up his wife's well meant and
innocent deception. Xen Yoik Sun.
Vanlt) of Men M'lio Tritvel.
The mirrors in the-ecars," slid an elevated
brakemau, "are sources of much amusement
to us They illustrate the vanity of men.
Fvery lly. of course, likes to look in a glast
once lu a while, but we hav e passengers who
teem to l.c head over heels in love with then
countenances. You can excuse a man wins
vanity leads him to look at himself two or
three times m a trip to Harlem, but wheu h i
leans forward in hU seat and gazes hi hiui
ftelf for ten minutes itV too much.
"It seeim to Is' a disease ith some. Many
L.now their weakness, but seem tmerles tc
stop the habit. They make all kinds of jre
texts for looking at themselves. One mail mil
fuss at hi collar, another at his (.hirt stud,
and a third n iH stroke bis f are and look in
tently at a puniile. A fourth smooths his hair
or tries to make a rebellious con lick stay iu
tilaca. Anything to make the iieonle in the
car think that he really cares nothing for lm
looks, but wants to be n-iectable nothing
more. There are very fen men who are not
ahicted with the malady.
"Women, however, do not seem so anxiou
to see tbeiiwh es, or if they do they conceal
is. ills very sehiom that one will get up
before a mirror When she does there's cau
for it," New York Sun.
The llnllet Clrl's lKle.
Those who take the iaiiis tu olH,rve th
chorus girls in the hutleviue an.l comic
oieras say that the red enusl er: is over
Taking the idea from Bernhardt, the small
ones of the stage minted their ears bright
pink. Their new arT- tatiou is called the lahy
stare. It takes tha place of the itiguish
glance ami the shy driop.
The oratir of a iir of eyes opem them
to their widest, flies them directly uiwu a
man in the front row and calmly keejis them
there so long as circumstances iiermit.
Neither ogle nor wink is i ecogiuzed by the
cool orlntlius employed hi the infantile act
They seem aware of nothing tieyoud the ocn
tar manifestation Jfew Voik Sun.
Sjriip of rif.,
Manufactured only by the California Fig
Syrup Co., San Francisco, CaL. is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
fornia IltjuUl fruit remedy ni.iv be had at
lr. Casier's drug store, .tOc and SI bottles.
It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remtslv known to cleanse the system; to
act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent
ly jet thoroiighl); to di-pel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and toeureconsuuiptioii,
indigestion, and kindred ills.
The supreme court of New York has re
versed the judgment of the lower court and
released the hotel-keepers who were held
for violation of the Isundaj law against
selling liipior. The substance of the deci
sion is that while saloons must close, hotel
guests may be supplied with what they
"HOI'GII ox ni.es."
Why euffcr Piles! Immediate relief and com.
plete cure guaranteed. Af k for "Bough on
lile." Sure cure f or itUiing, protruding, blced-
ing.oranyfonuof Piles. 50c. AtDruggists or
Ji. B. Hells, Jereey city, J.
Wells "Health Keucwer" restores health and
vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For W eak Men, Delicate Women. 1.
The law camiot make a nun moral, but it
can make him dreadfiillv uncomfortable
when he i Immoral McKinney (Teia)
"What is th chief peculiarity of the Cana
dian climate'' asked a school examiner "It
is henrtlcinl to bsuk cashiers," said the bright
lioy of thei lss hut verv deadly to refoiin
An exih.inge mentions thefact of a citien
dying at the .ji-een old ae of III yenis. A
man who isgieeii at the age of '.t. veal sought
to die - XewiilHIl Independent
Silk is jniwti in twentv state., while men
vho but' it groin in evcrr stnte Portland
Uubridli! speculation in coffee has sent the
price up, and ouotiier jiaug is adde.1 to the
cup of the uiifoi tunate boarding house suf
ferer - Boston tJh.lie
Iiudladv Would you like to have a cup
of coffee. Mi Siiiipkiiis' It is nice and fresh.
Mr S Yes, ma lam. when I am through
with my steak. Bunnes tln,t, you know.
Kentucky State Journal.
"Supisise 1 shall see you at your father's
funeral todnv ' said a fnend to a young man
of the eriod -Xav. ; should like to tw there,
but I'll Is. Imiv in court, opening sucvs?s.ion
and heading olf mother m a w ill contest. See
you later if I siieeee,! " yew Oi leans Pica
yune This life hut Utile joy doth bold
For him v. Iio t the prev
Though lei liae lands nod sttvks and gold
Of pnni diepsia
The tramp usually has an elaborate bill of
air Whitehall Tunes
The tramp takes great pleasure in calling
money "soap," we pris.uine, tieeause it is sel
dom found in his hands. Youkers States
man. "Well." said an old tramn. winincr the ner-
-t...u..u.. .. v... u, .,, v., .,., ,w um, Wi i
T.1eAt..,i fnim 1. 1 l.is.n. ,. ol. ,1, 1, n- .. 1.1 '
hand, "I wih somebrxly would explain why
so much w ater c-omes out of my lores.
never atsorh any "- XorrLstown Herald.
A tetnter-ince iper asks: "Go into one of
our gin isilaces and w hat do you HndT Any
brand of spiritus frumenti you may call for,
and all out of the same bottle Oil City Bill
iard. "Soap i selling pretty well, isn't lti" askeii
Jlaxfield Bt-sn of a T.iad Hollow grocer.
"Yes, first rate what made vou ask P "Be
cause ton alw a) s look as if you never had
any on hand " Melnse Joui nal
Not i CntM.trtipli
tKM nt I
lesr i;rnt ci-fiht for iH.ttallme thi-
nta,'tni-If 1xa- SiItuiRS.
A II. into .Mm ill Slur un Ilitkota.
"aSx-en a man ro hIoiii: here lately f" ule,l
m DttLoU cxiiitluotnr. leaning ulT the platform
as the tram ivM a farmer at woik tiear the
Hxl whMere- man? Jj?: I-
'Grip hi each handr lWSS5?2
"'I-lout Wn minute, ago h'n jat nxui.l
the curve. HA walkin nmldlini: fa-t,
-That- jii,t the trouhlo. hut Til catch Lun !
or run every wheel off the engine1 I've no
objection to Lii walkinji: r he's in a hurry,
tut he wants to imt up Lis fare flnt, and you
bt he'll have to if t catrh Llml Hi, there,
Bill, pas the lireman some more of thoe dry
eipltss lockages" Dakota BelL
Trulj Self Mte I-adj.
Von f-ei'in to lie much uttachc.1 to your
wife." Kihl tho goHrnor of Aikunviu ad
dfsinj; an oit iu;rovliu had jnt aid a
tribute to the ruler of Iin hoiiNfhold
"I !, Mh. iiwerful Dat lady is one
eniHJiier thouviul, an d- tm kuowdat
she -elf made ladv "
"A belf made huly"
Ye Kali, she's ayf made lady. When
we fust tnaird. sjrt u a irt o hellesi ci li
ter. Ik-en mw.1 lirtm, de houv? 'inong de
white folks, .'in didn't m mu. h V jnmistj
dat she would elieriiituiit ter mmh,anI
win sorter slow "Unit maim her, I wux.
Vase I'se itiitr nnuh o'er liiziiei man mer
se'f An fiM it waserlioutiz much ez she
cou'd do tei dia er huiketo water, hat
Vtead u Jliniir stumMm' Mock- m her way,
I 'courage! hi, I did."
wIIow? Ily draw ins the water yourself T
t he j;trt ernor asked
"Oh, no, Kih. Ii K1t', Mwaller bucket
dat she o-uM han'le Kf I hod erdniwed de
water inerself she neler would er leen er vlf
maile lailv She'd er tail er red han'kerchuk
nuind hei hnd an sung tr lonesome wng in
de Kick j ant an I do- think, sab, dat (le
4.mz o" er onriu dat lia-s dun cm up hope is
' lones.nnest thm in de worP. Ya, sah, I
got de lndv ei smaller bucket, an' ter show
her how fur I w us f rum throw in' stumhhn'
Mm ks in de lady way, I greesed de wiu'lass.
I let it run erlong dis way em Idle, an' dm 1
put on de big bucket."
"Then she went right along, 1 s-upposef
"Kz sweet ez er pie, sah. An ergui, at fust
she made er migli liad out at choppin'
wooil. She didn't Inke klu'ly terdeax, but
I wa'n'tdemaii ter ihng stuinbhn' blocks in
de way o' inerown wife."
"You relieved her of that Uboriousdaty,
then, I supi'"
"Yns, sah, I "Iielsl hermight'ly. I got her
er at da, vva'n't nigh so heaby Den sbe dun
werful well, "prulssl Mi fas' dat it wa'n't
long till she could Imn'l') ile heaby ax mon
stnms line. But yer outer see dat laily now,
guh'ner She ken fetch in er logo' worn! ez
well ez any pu-sun, an' out ill tiel' she ken
make er mule jiowerfu! tirssl 'fori de sun pots
low ii. ' Oh, v as. she's er se'f made lady, but
I 'know ledges dit she wuldn' le sich er line
piismef Iliad iiited mean an' lluug stum
him' Mocks in her way " AikaiLsaw Traveler
A rrctlrri KnglUlilnan.
In u first class carnage In llermany an
KiiglL-himin was oliscrved to lie constantly
putting his head out of the w indovv. The
train was goiug fast, and a sudden gust of
wind blew his hat off With a frightful
oath he reached down his hatliox and
hurled it after the hat. Then he sat down
and smiled on his fellow passengers, but
of course did not sjieak. The Cerinans
roared with laughter, and one of them
exclaimed. "You don't exjiect jour hat
liox to bring jour hat back toy on, do
"I do," said the Knglishman. "Xo
name on the hat, full name and hotel ad
dress on the lx They'll lie found to
gether, and I shall get both; d'jou see
Then those fiermans subsided and said
they had alvvujs considered the Knglish a
great mid practical nation. Paris Morn
M) l.ove lias Crown no err Knlr,
The envy of every girl;
The secret now 1 will declare,
'Tis in Chaplin's Liquid Pearl.
Wm. Cunningham, the man charged with
tiring the tenement-house at No. '-'-l'J south
Park avenue, Chicago, with its eight fami
lies and thirty-two people in bed, was held
in SI, Ooo. lie was seen to build a tire un-
' der the house.
! IX oVr-o v c Blood Elixir Is the only
xv- Vy Blood Remedy guaran
teed. It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Erup
I tionsorSyphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the
whole system, and banishes all Iiheumatic
' and Xeuralgic pains. We guarantee it.
Frank II. Cublentz, corner Market and
! High streets.
The most remarkable freshet ever known
I in the Merriuiac river Is now in progress.
SHIUM'S COUCH and Consumption
Cure is sold by F. A. Garwood on & guar
fitee. It cures Consumption.
fr s'ij, i &t'&
There ar upon the skin of every human
being, child and adult alike. 'J.300, 000 bores.
Through these iores in the form of Insensi
ble perspiration. Is expelled more than one
quaiter of the nourishment taken into the
system. The importance of keeping open
these perspiration taltes upon a child's
body. Is second only to that of promptly
digesting the food eaten. !t was to ojien
the pores of the skin and to assimilate the
ftHMl that Dr. Pitcher foniiiilatisl Ca.toria '
Loose ImiwcIs, constipation, levers and
eruptions which are so constant among in
fants ami rliilillen, and which kill one-third I
of all (hlldren lietore they ero live years
old. arise principal! frouithesetvMicaiisi.
It is from the wonderful results attendant
iisui the use of ('astori.t in regulating the,
stomachs and luinclsaud kis-plug omi the
mres of the skin, that Cistoria aciuired Its '
world-wide reputation. With plenty of
water for the tsslt, pure air for the lungs
and Castoria to assimilate the food, there I
heed lie no unaccounted tor sickness aiming '
children. Castoria is a vegetable pres4'ri(e ,
tion without morphine or other narcotic i
proper!. Thirty tears extensive Use has
given it a history net er attained bv another
('. II. Tiald, a California bred colt, won
the American Derby at Chicago. The race
Is worth to the owner about 514,000.
fThii Bab; waa sick, w rata ber Caetnrla,
When eh wt a Child, she cried for Caatoria,
When she became lllee, ehe clang to Ceeton-,
Wkeu ehe had Children, ehe f-ve them Caetori.
Several people were kilhsl at a tenement
house tire in London.
' ft ,v- CSA NIrfita la the
I VJVXVV V VV s,W complalnt of
thousands sulTering from Asthma, Con
' sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
Acker's English lieuieJy? It is the best
preparation kuown for all l.ung Troubles,
1 sold on a positive guarantee at 10c., Wc.
Frank II. Cnblentz, corner Market and
THk raedicui combiaM Iron with pan veff-rtikbU
toam. fwnd i lDTiiublej fur DiwMtf peculiar to
MrB and whot-uliwdnUJTii,'f. II Kn
rlcttea and Partle tb Bl4 illM-ilalr
thm Appetite, Mrrncthena ttw Matcle and
lNervr in tact, thnrouattlr lnTlratea.
Cltiara Uu oonpUiism. atul d-jJImIIwi akin -nnoolh.
ItdoMnot hlackan lb ttn,caaM b-4acbe.ur
prwdae coOavtlpatluD all oiMr trvm mi(uim -is.
Mxa. EUZAIUCTB B-OXD.T4 Farwell Av. Milaa
kf. Wnu nil. odst date of Dec 9nh. ItM
I bave dpm Brown'a Iron Bntc-re. and H aai biwn
lior i ban a do-ru to mm, bavtnc currd m of l b
wftinttM ladthm bar in life. Altu raiwl dm of t-iv
r Ouniplaint. and now my coooplKn is cUar and
fond. Elaa altw bn banvtlaal to my chitdrvn.
Maa. Lotrua O Beaodow. 1-Ut Loekpart. N T..
Mfi: "1 haw uffrd untold mwry frum FnU
OmipUinta, and ouold obtain relief frum DOtuiac
icept Bruwn'a Iron Bittern.
OanauM ha above Trad Mark and tro-d rd liMC
oawnxr. Take bo oilier. Madaoolfbj
BUtW.N C'HCMICAL CU-, HAl.T13IOatE.Ml
Fresh with Shells.
i Kennedy Soda Wafers.
I " Crm Waters.
' ' enhvra.
" Oai Meal Wafers.
" (Jraham Wafers.
" Vanilla Snaps.
" (iinijrer Snaps.
Langdon Oral Creams.
We keep the
fajm:oxjs "it. v.,
Best ocCizar in the World.
S. J. STRALEY & CO.,
33 AND 34 BAST HIVH 8TRMT,
Trompt 1'ree Dellrerj. Telephone 4.1.
j. j. Mccarty,
51 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.,'
Presents a splendid line of Suit
ings tor Gentlemen's
SUITS and OVERCOATS
MADE TO ORDER.
21 NORTH CENTER STREET.
The dyelnit. cleaning, repairing and press
ing of Ladles' and Uents' Garments a spec
laity. The only place In the city to have Lace
Curtains cleaned properly. All work war
ranted. CHAMPION GIT! BATH ROOMS
The FINEST and CLEANEST In the City
US DTAL r-lLOlS,
Rooms 5 . Mitchell Bhwk.
a. g. lor. Main anil Market HU. A
. lllTfaini .enTVn vWn ntmmwn ' I
aiTisor icHiOTSSTHOirrii .
S.UHHOCKKR.SA and ST Arcade, Print 1
er. EnnraTcr and Fashioaable Ststlnner. '
Wedding mxIs and calling cards a specialty.
A. GROSS DO., CNUEKTAKEK8.
Office, and Wareroom. i& W. M-ln mt
Residence 1W W. High St.
liuiu or tbi i. l. siatrrr A toi't boos
170 West Colambla, street,
General Boo Binders and Blank Book Mana
IS-!! t wel utwrmglh. r wl STrr IVra I
UlpHltles r-iIUr ! their ni. kU I it i
wmm " BEST
For Strains, Sprains ajid Bruises.
JOHN TmilEK, Champion Oarsman
I have founJ i-t Jcob. Oil of Inestim
hi. . shie
Ml! J C 0)I'i:i.AND.MitorMfro
linn itrlut evdney N s w
Vt Iricirlejolinie) of 10 miles won 'I
Hot he been completed without "t
Jiol. nil '
MR W.M. BEACH. Worlds Champion
(lr-mn. Rojl I1..K1, Kjde I
-t JUr.M Oil curt fctinneis. Ciftmirt
nl niuitular pnin fu training: "
PT. IWUI, BOYTOK, the world-
" I tlo not te how I coulJ tl along: wltb
uutM JacoU Oil
MB JOHN ROI.FE, Champion But
i list. SI l.lTf rl.sjl M . ejiluey, X S. tt
" titer n.lin I.IJ.O miles Kalnstlime st
Jets.l ull reuiove.1 mil fatigue anj paiu.
MB. R F. PAISTER,
' St Jacob UH curd me of a sprained
" For muscular iins 1 have found ?t
BASE BALL CLUBS, individ
ually and colleulvely:
1'se st Jticob, Oil for sprains, strains and
ALL ASSOCIATIONS of Field Sports,
Turf, tt ter and Koad. u-e St. Jeobs Oil
for sprains, strains and bruises.
Every application Rives relief, every bottle
contain, a cure ev er holily tested as to fut
ity evert irenulne bottle bear, the arm's fae
simile sfnsture every home In Amenta
know sits value, every spoVru Utiguaeknou4
Its name, ev er Journal praises it ever) dealer
knows its menu everychLm.stnndsit perfrt t
s.ld by bniKgi-ts and Ue-'ert. Price nltv
ceuti js?r bottle. The Charles A Visteler Co,
ball hours, Md
Decline in Flour!
ALL HEALERS WILL RETAIL
Flour at the following prices:
Per barrel, in wood or
sacks, - - - $5.20 j
1-4 barrel, 49th8, - - 1.30
1-8 barrel, 24l-2ths. .65 '
J We guarantee Golden Fleece
Flour to be always
In the market. At-k for it
and take no other brand.
J. LEUTT'S SODS
Palace Meat Market
Handsomest and best equipped Dally Meat
.uarsei id iae Biate- uesi ueei. .Mutton. Veal
Lamb and Salt t eats to be bad anywhere
Custom once gained always retained.
8 AND 10 SOUTH MARKET ST.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Donur West Hljh St. -nd Wain at Alley.
Blank Book Work and Legal Blaaks
N. E. C. WHITNEY,
SoJlcitOr-t American and Foreign
1 IS ILL P-TIIIT mmu.
Room 5 Arcade Building,
Brsat h Acesclt s: Washington. D.C T.nn.
don. Knit.; Paris. France.
I OF (
BUHLE OF GEHYSBURG!
SONS OF VETERANS.
Erery Day, ! A. M. to 10 P. M.
Corner Main and Mechanic Sts.
Adults, 25c. Cbildrea, 10c.
IT! COME AT ONCE!
Hundreds ot men's Sack and Frock Suits, open or to
button, high, round or square cut, bound or double
stitched edges, cut high, medium or low. These suits,
made to sell at $15, $17, $20 and $22, will be slaught
ered this week at $8, $10. $12, $14 and $15. in blue
cloths, plaids, checks stripes, etc. Suits for business
marked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8.
SLAUGHTER III BOYS' CLOTHING !
Children's $2.50, $3 and $3.50 Knee Pants School
, Suits, reduced to $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25. Children's
, $4, $5, $6 and $7 Suits, reduced to $2.50, $3 and $4.
The Biggest, Most Palpable Hit of the Season.
BRUCE, HAUK & CO.,
, POPULAR CLOTHIERS, 17 AND 19 HIGH ST. AND ARCADE.
DON'T THINK OF IT
Don't Think or SPENDIM! your M0XKV for a Bahy Carriage
until you hare examined the
Adjustable Baby Carriage.
WE HAVE SOMETHING MEW FOR YOU.
We have the on'v exclusive llahy Carriage S'ore in the I'liitpd
States. We make Hiibj Carriages a specialty : we ileal in nothing
elstM. Send for onr Finely Illus rattd Catalogue hrlore Imping:
it co-tts you uothing.
HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE CO.,
:: WAIUMI AVETE, CHICAI.'O. ILL.
We have filled our racks with new and handsome
And if you want anything in that line buy NOW before
the best patterns are all gone. Prices at our store
are lower than ever before heard of.
Leading Booksellers and Stationers,
13 SOUTH MARKET ST.. sSPKLVGFIELD, O.
ANDREWS, WISE & PUTNAM
42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK,
Have to say that they are always ready to supply the trade
with everything in the line of Housekeeping, Parlor and
KITCHEN' AND DINING ROOM OUTFITS,
Stoves and Ranges, Dishes, both earthen and tin, Velvet,
Body Brussels, Ingrain, Rag Carpets ; also, Baby Cabs,
Refrigerators ; in fact, everything that can be for
use or comfort. 10 per cent, saved by buying
of us in money and time. Please examine
our s'ock and be convinced.
JACKSON -V SPECIALTY.
BEST GRADES OF HOCKING, ANTHRACITE & BLOSSBURG
Stove and Kindling Wood.
Agents for Hard Coal Co-and Franklin Coal Co., of Jarkson, 0.
Office and Yards : Corner Washington and Mechanic Streets,
Springfield, Ohio. Telephone 254.
IDOnSTT BTJY TTOXJPL
UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT
NEW STORE, 74 W. MAIN ST.
Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember the
place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam.
XCDJ iTTTl T iTrriTTOHlBBBiMTriJ.I. . J J.LJ11
-,, " --tlTW'
tW -1'V'hritmW mT-vaism.w J Ti
rmLEMmL ct bom souk a tnll umi
iamtndwrafaswltiok-iitta by Komct 1
hS& SEMINAL PASTILLES:
MTa-sTni-siBii 1 PtiTil r ! rissMvH Vit(f
d ! A4 lien. Tested for K tght Veus in
UN-ulcimtwr ftbaolatelr rmitr rrmtmwr
NN -Abroki daws nMatothafDll aiors-itot
parf-rtaM tnll H-mivKrtxsnssTfi snid itmmtiii H
To thoM ho MLfier tma tho osar obaeorw dif
mtht -vboQt by Iodirattoa,llx-ooP8,Owr-Criia
TAULPACKAOr. jritR.th lUnifd. I'mmf--Jrt.Q.
UPTURKO ranOMS osu lu nil
WANTKl-General agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Kara chance, good sal
aryor.Vcoa the dollar. Address, wltn stamp.
F.M. Wearer, Indianapolis. Ind. (Name this
ua fll A jgi,3z!
EO. P. ROWELL A CO.,
10 BPBUCE BTRKKT, MIW TOES C1TT,
lor SKLIICT LIST ot 1400 NEWSPAPERS.
Will a Mat oo application.
E - A - T
PIERCE &c CO.,
RETAIL DEALERS IX
VtMd Ufl '""-- ( .i--.t-rsi-.M-s tuna
i-ftwt&rtnlea.anl il tjuackt.
woonraii uriis to ftlaea talt tio
LUnu. Tmke k sCHX IUmxdt U-UHAJ
rCt UUt-iU-kaUj. dkjM noS Inttrtcr
nui matsao n u bujioes. or cswm pia
iikwu isTatt sA any wy louietVo.
eiUsAc iTiil CT'ntrio.it BTd-iwt
f-csll felt WiL-iout dilmr T -jrral
Btef tho ktnBui orranfin TT4t. rsvl. VS
I ysifa-Mnn tlWBWtt OtlM artifti fcarh.tas. patijai,
TKATKIT.-fajKBiU.t3.rir.Xa,. Ti.e. JI
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mrc Chemct,
SOOT.TohBtrlBT UDTrm n
Trial otour appuano. AaH for Term!
WVw TTTAUTT Is fsllUur Drsls SCVIvril .nj
rxMAiaTi.Dori'ow.r ruFjirrKin H Vsr.
SJ may find t rf-rt -n. rvlibl cnr IB ta.
AdoDtod bv ail FMiub Pltririatu a
Laopled by -41 Frw-cl Iiri-iu a-ki bnoa rmpully acJ
mi -as-fiilty UtroJoCT-d bare. All-
' rlnr srsiMia nrsf
dndaa ptvmfHif cbL TRtHTlK ?tlnr &
UcnloflsCitVbTi-a41)TltJiats tnioiS durUsr VUV.K.
IM-I IMICil IHHH IssTsssWimsi, tKC W Jfc .?. lX1Ulsst
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