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Single copies ic TBI WKKKLT KKI'UIILIC It ptt&llsnta (Ten Thursday, and Is one ot the raottcom- plete family newtpapers In the eognWr: eight pages, markets . eomple.e. Bepielel with newt and miscellany. Invariably eath tn advance. II Per year, All communications and contribution! should be addressed to Curnn M. Nichol. editor. and all business letters to Thomas I). ,iJovi(, manager. v k'.' 'republic wilding, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO, Tlphon No. ao. WEONESOaTCVENtM.'iULT CII87. BEPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Representative, OKOltUE C. ItAWLlNS. Probate Judge. JOllN C MILLKR. Auditor. F.PEKVltsS. vlerk. JAMIW11. RBBITTS. -. v i ' Recorder. S. A. TUUD. S Commissioner. JR'.U.STKUKKTT. Inttrmary Illrector. JOUN -M. STKWAKT. Coroner. J.SI.BKXyETT. MITU'K. Persons leavlnK the cltT for the summer, or fora few weeks, nr tor only a lew days. can have the Ksrsruc mailed to them, (mm this office, without extra charge. It you are colur from place i ilxcr. just drop us a postal card and your address will be changed, so that you may have vur home paper every day. THK AIWA rjo.v IS Will tirlEI.lt. Tlie facts of the situation in Springfield are sufficiently developed to authorlre the statement that all her great Industries will more rlcht along after the old style of pro gress ami improvement, without intermls ssiii or vacation of any kind, more than i usual at tlie end of one season tietore the e iinmencement of another. There is an abundance of local capital ami of local ex ecutive ability within reacli for the runninc and maintenance, of all our great local in d istries, and we are fully justified in pre dicting that not one of them will be closed, this season or any other season, longer than Is usual or necessary to make needed re pairs in machinery and to organb-e new in dustrial campaigns. All our gr,-at machine shops mil factories will go into the season of lsss abundantly equipped with well eduo.teil and well e.xeiieiiced inventive genius; with able and competent business management and with ade.ju.ite pecuniary J capital. We believe that. 011 the whole, there was never so much actual wealth in the city as there is now: there certainly nevi r was so large a number of nervy and call able manufacturers and capitalists as Springfield now possesses, and we may add. on the whole, that tlie outlook for a safe, substantial, prosperous and increas ing manufacturing business was never better than it is now. Courage and confidence are quatitif s "justified by the facts of the situation, as , lc lown to those wlio are best oquain!ed "with tiieni. The wheels of industry will continue to whiz and the appliances of trade will be kept in operation, without iiVttrurtlon or disaster, from year to year hereafter as has proved tlie fact heretofore. Springfield is one of the solid and substan tial cities of. the. country with a granite 'foundation under- its industries and com mrcial institutions, and a superstnicture 11" iron. Wtiat Ex-tJovenior George Hoadly doesn'i know about Ohio democratic poll tics, it isn't worth while for anybody to trj to find out; and this is what he said In hi speech recently delivered at Dartmouth college: The soils system and the use of money in elections, twin misbegotten monsters of one parturition, will die just as soon as the American jieople are persuaded of their danger. Hon. Win. S. Cajqieller issued his bright and sparkling .Mansfield AVir in miniature fonu, on the glorious Fourth, as a souvenir of "the day we celebrate." It was printed Jn, red MiJ" blue, with our country's tl- g covering nearly the entire first page. William,' knows howto fire his paper into the hearts of his jieople. He knows how tofdo a good many other kinds of firing, also. The "Unlnii Labor" men of Ohio have nominated a ticket .of their own--with a Springfield man on.'It (Mr. McIMnald) and there will be no more monkeying with the democrats and prohibitionists. There is much good in their platform, the points of which,-with the ticket,. ere given by us Tuesday eTening The Bowman addition, on the north side, has been accepted by council. The new lots are absolutely gilt-edged, and would In a potato famine. j nn 11 by il AMERICA .4 .VII K.VlJJ-J.VK. w fimi n uvtrnArilliiari Hrtlt'le. from I the j of .Mr. Jau.es Keith, In the .lune i i r Tl.r xtnrtirttth I ViiJuru. an KnilMi ... Ultu .... . A..... j . -- monthlj review, published by llers. Ke iran Paul, Trench A Co., a leading London houe. which article I entitled, "Our fireat Competitor"' the Our" being England and j the "Great Competitor" tieing A met Ira. I We are not quite certain that we know the author, but we .ispevt ,ha, he Is a resident of Minimi gli and that he has Iwn n.l- Ing a ierlod of years in Texas and other portions of this eountrv. He is, however, I...r.. .- 1.-....II!. ,,. l,U ..tim.itlil.. unit laiiM ifu,iii j aeii -si " " !- - m that he may excite and create in Ills fellow - rountrymeii n intelligent and aileipiate eonceplioii of the commercial relations lie tvvis'n the two countries, he preents some very significant facts iertalu!ng to the I'nited States, which he contrasts with cor- and reiiiioniling features in (treat llritalu, A .statement of "only a few" of the a.l- j running heavily laden In the race, look vantages which the Americans have over j mg hack to the past rather than forward to the. Knglish u presented by this intelligent. competent and loyal subject of the Queen, will greatly interest Americans: Kirst luvention. which. Sir. Keith says, "is the life and soul of progress to au na tion," is w elcoined and encouraged by the government as well as by the people of j ctmlATy lik(. ,jie i't Kingdom, is it not America: the gin eminent makes It easy for time that the mass of the ieoplewere Inventors to patent and protect their inven-1 waking up. and insisting on their repre tions, the fees for any single patent only i sentatives and statesmen reading the signs amounting to the nuntofS Mr a perhxl of I '''f "SS , SSTn1!?! seventeen jears, and a body of experts tx ing provided to see that every invention Is nov el before a patent be granted, thus in suring Its value and giving it tlie best possi ble protection If the patent comes after ward to be disputed. Se-ond Taxation and this presentation by Mr. Keith will probably interest those theorists who wish to introduce in this country direct "imperial taxa- Ion" of the people to sustain the government, in place of the receipt of revenues for this punose from duties on Imports. Mr. Keitli says: At present the Americans pav no im perial taxation whatever, the whole gov ernment and civil serviceexpenditure being jiaij OU ()f ,ne msirt duties: there are no , uren rates in nllv ,,, or 1oTm ,here .,i.i:....i' 1...J1. , u 1. i. . 1 lru.i; 1 tswinisini iimii.i .ti..uii 11 is a thoroughly protestanl and Christian coun try. the jieople more church-going and the ministers of religion better paid than in this country): the local taxes are much less in proportion than they are in this country, there being nothing like the grinding pov erty and misery that we have here. Third Kducation - concerning which Mr. Keitli pertinently remarks that "Kveiy child is thoroughly educated in America at the expense of the nation, and education is therefore tree; it is also compulsory." "This," he says, "insures an ediicated lieople at little cost, and tends toward the enlightuient and progress of all classes." We ipiote further, as follows: I.OTAI. CoVKIINMKXT. The I'lliled Suites of America comprise thirty-eight separate states jHipnlated in all by sixty millions of human beings speaking the Knclish language; every State makes its own laws ami governs itself In all local matters, thus insuring good government without legislative arrears in each statu, and allowing the' luieiial Parliament" at Washington ample time to deal with purely imperial affairs. AiiKlcri.TritK. The farmers of Amer ica as a rule jiay no rent for the laud which they till they own the land which they occupy and everything on it; while, owing to climatic and other conditions, splendid crops are the rule.and not the exception, as with us in this country. Farming in Amer ica is therefore a profitable business at which fanners make money, and they can w ell allord to send us their surplus stints at a low price after satistving the wants of their own country. In a country where fanning paj s and flourishes abundantly, every other trade and profession flourishes in like proportion, and plenty and content ment reign. Koon. -Provisions of all sorts in America are very cheap, much cheaer than with us In tlie old country, cheap though we think our TikhI may lie, therefore the cost of act ual living is very low; and though clothing, luxuries, labor and attendance are consid erably dearer than in tills country, still the average American workingman lives 100 per cent, better than the average working man does in Great Britain, because he has lusher wages and cheaper food in greater variety. Ui:mi nrF.s. The natural resources of the I'nited States are enormous; in wood, coal, minerals and metals of all sorts it is. without doubt, the wealthiest country in the world. The means of transit, by water and by rail, are as perfect and complete as it is Nissible to imagine, being, in fact, un surpassed by any series of countries. The author proceeds to remark that It "need not surprise" Knglishmeii that, in such conditions America should tie "at least twenty years ahead ot Great Kritain in in vention and in commercial and political advancement." This is a remarkable ad mission for an Knglishman to make, but facts (as adduced) have forced him to this position, ilr. Keith's inference from these facts is that England has no rivals in the "older and slower nationalities of tlieJ world," but only in the people of the I'nited States and that it is "utterly impos sible" for England to "keep pace with Amer ica 011 present lines," The Knglish people, and especially their statesmen, are there fore urged to bestirthemselves. Mr. Keith points out some of the unfa vorable conditions from which the people of England suffer. They "literally groan" under taxation. In London the taxes av erage from 41 to 30 per cent, ou the rental, There is a special tax on all coal that comes inUi Iondon. by water, rail, road or other wise, of 2fl cents a ton. This conies U ail end within a year, but efforts are being made to procure its continuance. Then we are informed that the electric light cannot be applied 011 any large scale owing U the dead weight hung on It; tele phony and telegraphy are so taxed that no private individual can afford to apply them in business unless through companies heavily handicapped by the government. Practically no telephonic communication can be had in business, from city to ci'y or from town to town, in England--as it can be had in America because the govern ment holds the telegraph and main wires, and will neither take up telephony itself, for the use of the public nor give reason able facilities for private companies to do so. Again: England is without "free and cinipulsory education;" and it is declared by this English writer, for the benefit ot English readers, that the English people "are wofully deficient in local govern ment," all government being centraliz-nl In Linden, "to the enormous disadvantage and enormous cost of the country at large." Further than this, English agriculture is in a low state. The fanners are renters; food is comparatively cheap, but most of it has to be imported. How long England ' can have cheap food .from foreign sources. wWl1 , .te rith . remains to be seen. It is certainly a rather ! mm. mechanic." But she afterward serious condition for a nation to be In, when ! clianged her mind and became Mrs. Thur it must draw its food supply from exterior ! man. New York Tribune. sources, This is not Mr. Keith's sugges- Hon, but one that, in the circuuistaiHis makes itself. This "great comiietitor" of England the United States is "even now" Mr. Keith says "our best customer," and is now supplying England and her colonies with many of England's "own kind of man ufactures. " Mr. Keith closes his article by alluding to tlie magnitude of the American exhlbi- tion of invention and manufactures now open in Ixindon not sustained or aided by the United States government, but "a purely private thouh igantic speculation, I iroi up ly some of tlie inot eminent men ami niaiiniaetiirrrs of tlie I'nited States," ...... ... .. 1 and then asks the folliiwiine rriiueiii ami iKWiiierous question : When was ever such an exhiDlllon neiu, in a foreiun country without iro eminent a-smaiiee. by any other nation in the whole annat of tlie rM '.' I'oiiHi'leriiiK the great aifvam-e tlie ieople of the I'nlteil Kineiloni have made luriiic , uppm nny years in yue m me i.ea.j Zffi ,?.,& Z. llri.y stalN tu rKtso , mA ,, fHorable rirrumtances, the advance will I be proportionately greater. tl t. 1I...1 II... .......!..l1t. Ilrlt. llim null.-. II uiai tn r-.--- uini.j ..... i lsli" Americans are so go-ahead and Inven Itive, If not because they are enlightened and progressive- running lightly, as it were. In the race? Why again are the mass of the people in ! the old country (of the same race as the I Americans) so comparatively slow, and to i all appearance mi non-inventive- ifnotlie- I cause they are unenlightened and letnargic "' "., of a hiidi authority. the old nations of the earth creep on at a snail's pace, while the American ltepublic thunders past with the rush of the ex press." Why should this be? Who is to blame foi the existing state of matters? 1., i frM.. fsiiivlitiitimtuHi - imvenied are removed, and that the whole country is really governed by the eople. and for the giHsl of the people, in every sense? Do not neglect to read our account of council prooHsilngs. The council does not propose to aorept of the cutting down by tlie tax commission. Qnrr Notion In IVnnsj Irani. In the l(s.s serious :ilTairs of life with the ( Pennsylvania Dutch they lire not lacking in oncer notions and practice. They 111 sist on linving their hair ut when the moon is in 1 (s, that it may grow strong ami wiry. i" "' Am-, that it may curl like a split dandelion stem; mid if they pare their corns when the moon is waning, :is in duty lmund. they will disappear. Their plump daughters also have .1 few superstitions which have lieen timorously handed down from mother to child, that arc cherished, womanlike, fondly and In secret Should von ever see one of these maidens astride a house yard do?, or the gate, or the Kirs, enduring such phjsical torment like humble eu.ince, under the dim light of the moon, do not disturb her. She will simply le propitiating good for tune as to marriage. Xor will she ever look through window glass, or over her left shoulder, nt n new moon. She dis likes bringing flowers in doors, for that is nn omen of ill fortune, in that the bride gnioiii should always come before the flower. If she cherish in some little cor ner of the garden a pretty bed of stiap- dragons, she does o from her linn belief I in its potency destroying the evil love charms of her rivals,, or, it she discovers such evil charm to exist, she may disjiel it by lying vigilantly :iwake three nights In succession until the midnight crowing of the cock. In secret she alo amuses herself by catching snails and letting them crawl la thinly spread oaken ashes on the hearth, or before thy li replace, to trace the initial letter of her true lover's name. If she go to lied early, laying her garters, crossed, at the foot of her lied, placing a looking gla.ss under her pillow, and awaken In the night and what lass would not with such exiH-ctancy in her heart! by striking a light quickly, she will see her lover's face in the glass. Another delight of her sim ple heart and life is "hair snatching," which Is not of the kind indulged in by her married American sister When the new moon has arisen slit suddenly opens the house door, and thrusts her trem bling hand out into the .light for a lock of her lover's hair. If ml the 'good spirits are with her hopes she will not seek amiss, for some sturdy Dutch hid, in league with the fulrics, is more than likely to lie loyally In waiting outside to thus provide her with the longed for locks, in veritable color and kind. Edgar I WuKenian's 1-etter. Theatric) Children anil Parents. Ask any child whether it would rather do a rule of three sum or act the part of the Dormouse in "Alice in onderland mid it need no very stuendou powers of prophecy to predict the answer The children like acting; nearly all children like it; no amusement Is more popular even with children whose homes are pro vided with every mean of childish hap piness. I'an-nM lihe the money it brings in; managers like tlie money It saves them, and -the public like it because it amuse them to see little tottie children performing n-giilar evolutions ami dances ujioii tlie stage. 1 hey sometimes say iney like it liecanse they are "so lond of chit dren." Their love of children is shown in a way rather similar to the love of an epicure for skylarks In n pie. The chil dren are sacrificed phjsically, mentally and morally In cnler that these lovers of children may have their artistic sense of admiration of childish forms grauneu. Such double distilled selfishness cannot last forever It must arise from pure Ig norance or thoughtlessness a to what constant work on the stage from an early age involves for children. The Contem porary Ilevievv. Habit of a lli.tliK-hlld. One Tery warm summer's day, when Baron Anselm was entertaining some friends at dinner, a window directly oppo site Ills scat happened to tie unclosed. Through the aperture just left there pres ently came Hying, during the dessert, a packet, so well aimed that it fell right upon tlie luiron's plate. The (ruests were not unnaturally astonished, but Anselm Mayer quietly felt in his pocket, took out a gold piece and put it in the cover of the still unopened letter, which he returned with the same celerity and by the same way it had come. This novel and unique mode of In-stowing charity was highly ap preciated by his priests. Itothschild, how ever, was not satisfied; he could not feel easy until he knew what hail become of the letter and its contents. Apologizing, therefore, to the company, he asked per mission to rise a moment. He then ad vanced to the open window, leaned out and returned, evidently satisfied and happy, saying half audibly, "placirt." It is interesting to know- how soliritious the wealthy financier was, from force of habit, to know-whether even such a trifle as that which he had just given away had been well bestowed. "Sew York Tribune Uook Review. Hon. A. t. llmrman's Father. An early friend of the Hon. Allen O. Thurman recalls that the Ohio states man's father, Pleasant Thurman, was a carpenter of shiftless habits, but of a re ligious turn of mind. Now and then he preached, and In old fashioned Methodist "revivals" he" was a great shouter. Allen was a slender, tow headed boy, pale and delicate and quiet in habits. He was not noted for brilliancy, but was careful and industrious. U.cfnro he was admitted to the bar he was a saddler, and while work- ins at that trade he met a Miss McArthur, daughter of a man of wealth and social rank. He asked the privilege of escorting 'ler ll0nlc from t,ie gathering where they Tlie l'ugrt s,iui(t Commune. The communistic colony nt Port An geles, on Puget sound, now niimliers 150 person. They ovv u 'J,(I00 acres of land, and exiiect to build and operate a saw mill soon. I'nlike cih r successful colo nies, they profess no religious basis, and cast aside creed. Chicago Times. American Mucarine In Bn.taml. It is reported that the sales of the live leading American magazines t'j.-it are re issued in England are greater in that country than the aggregate sales of the twenty-live magazines published in the United Kingdom. New Orleans Times-Ueiuocrat, Klfilffli WHITE! A x.VtoYUA3v -HVVVV. 1 yvxNy RiisiiaN The only br ml 01 1 i ntlrv Snap nwnidcd a first ci ss ium1.iI at thu New Orleans Fxi-ositii l.n.ir.ri- tccd atisoliiti'l) pine aid for . .il lmuM-lioM purses is the vi v Ix-s SOAR tlie Aliiav Nredj TiiiU. The Porte is hcfoie the ivers again with n brace of fresh requests. ..m- tieing for permission to issue a loan of i2.1.0i0. 000 on the Egyptian and (vpru tributes, and the other that the (towers w ill nomin ute some candidate for the lliilgarian throne who will lie, acceptable to the Sohrnnje. Both requests are in the line of chronic helplessiics.s which has long been n.s.siciated with Turkey. Tlie puzzle In her finances is how she constantly man age!, when apparently beyond the bottom ot ner cah and quite at the liottom of her credit, to hunt up some new article of nine to pawn or some old one on which m additional mortgage is possible. With a billion dollars or so of debt, ou which only f Actional Interest is paid, she was able not long ago to pledge some of her tallways for money with which to buy puns and ammunition. Now come an other device, and the won ler i where it will all end. Perhaps she will U-gin soon to sell out some of her island or outhing provinces if the powers will allow each other to buv them. New- York Times. On llif. s.ifi. slilr. Me I Ms' that lietvveeu sixty ami one hundred person in different parts of the country have lieen misoned by ice creani. She (turning (mle) Did uuy of them die, George! He N-no; but some of them were very sick. She (color slowly coming Kick) One cannot 1k too careful. George, where oii& eats ice cream. Hereafter let us stick to Delmonlco's Hurler's Bazar. Stained (Itiiks l'mtralt nf Washington. Gen. William V. Koger Ls the possessor ot a stained glass (lurtrait of George Washington, which was made In China seventy years ago, when the art wait almost unknown tn this country. Th portrait Is by Sully, ufler Stewart's cele brated lainting, and Is life si.e It has tieeii in the Itogers family for sixty years, nnd is one of the half t07.cn of its kind iu the world. Chicago News. s,rii. ! KIB., Manufactured only by the California Fig Synip Co.. San Francisco, Cal.. is nature's only tnie laxative. This pleasant Cali fornia liquid fruit remedy may lie had at Dr. Casper's drug store, Mle, and SI loittles. It I the most pleasant, prompt and effect ive remedy known to cleanse the system; to act on the liver, kidneys, and bowel gent ly yet thoroughly; to disjiel headache, wilds, and fever, and hi cure constipation, indigestion, and kindred ills. Seven hundred soldiers and jmlice have assembled at Atklow. Ireland, evictions lic ing about to commence oil the llrook estate at Ostlgreaney. 1 Many a young girl shuts herself out t mm society because her face. Is covered with pimple and blotches. All disfiguring I111 mor are removed by purifying the blood with Aver' Sarsapsrilla. This rvinedy Is the safest and most reliable thai can lw Used. The county commissioners of Zanesvllle have signed a contract for a $.), unu ineiuit rial hall. f A and reliable MedicinHiarethehest VJV todependupon. Acker's Blood El ixir has been prescribed for years for all im puritieaof the Blood. In every fonnof Scrof ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, itU invaluable. For ltheumatlsm, has no equal. Frank II. Coblentz, corner Mtrket and High streets. The book of the Fidelity National bank of Cincinnati were so loosely kept that they are reported not to show the actual condi tion of the bank on the day of suspension within S.1uu,000. The soothing and restorative effPcts of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral are realized in all rases of colds, coughs, throat or lung troult les, while its powerful healing qualities are shown in the most serious puliiionarj dis orders. The treasury surplus is expected to !h reduced to S:Mi,O00,O00 by September. c Vcasox 5,'f is warranted, is because it is the best Blood Preparation known. It will posi tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the whole system, and thoroughly builds up the constitution. Keniember, we guarantee it, Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and High streets. The anest of a young woman on a base less charge led to a delate and vote 111 the commons ending in the gov enuuent's de feat, and the resignation of Mathews, home secretary, is ex(ected to result. SHU-OirS VITALIZE!' is what yon need for consumption, I,o-,s of Appetite' Dizziness, and all symptoms of Dyspejisla' Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle. For sale by F. A. Garwood. George M. Pullman, the palace car ix tentate, will visit Italy next mouth, and, it Is said, will be created a duke by King Humbert. HILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure Is sold by F. A. Garwood on a guar ntee. It cures Consumption. About thirty private dwellings and busi ness houses at St, Ketni, QueUf, were de stroyed by tire. ? cAY always have TVV VJVV Ack.r's Baby toother at hand. It is tlie only safe medicine yet made that - ill remove all infantile disorders. It contains no Opium or Morphine, but gives the child natural eatt Jam pain. Price 23 cents. Sold by Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and High streets. The mortality in New York is exciting alarm, averaging iw daily. "HACKMETAC." a lasting and fragrant perfume. Price '."5 and SOcents. For sale by F. A. Garwood. i"IJ QraatMt Cor. on Enth for ftjn." WUI V rslUn mont caktlr Uun anr otter known ran. f . NT: kheuuaUmi. Neuralgia. sweuiog-s, uuiz Sect. jtroiM-a, BurM. Scalds. Cdu, I.umtia po. HeurUT, Solrt, Frost bltrt, ltackarbe, Ouinir, Sore Throat, Sciatira. Wounda llM.larhA TooOjacbe, Sprains, rtc rnca Beta, a tolUe. SoM br aU flrnsarlgta Caution. Th k nilia Salvation tttl 1hn ...if Isfja-ml TrailfcU.rl anitr.n. fanlla stfDabara. A. c. Mrjer A Cu.. Sole IToprlrtora, IlalUmora, Mi, U. S. A. :?:h,.;cSf"vicV;sr5il'c..,,:,Lo,,rln D stfiEW b KNI.N(i, JULY 0. 188T. The I'lnliir.i tilrl In snrltrttalown. Was Susannah Lulu Searl, Hut the belle of tieatity she was made, ti liamphn's Liquid Pearl. lv.iiof Conklin sajs he does not see whj .1 Ames 1, i!la;ne should not be able phvIc Kih in stand another ptesidetitial cam paign. In lliirr. mi.l In tin- Point. Dvspepsla is dreadful. Disordered liver 1 iiu-erj . Indigestion is a loe to good na ture. The human digestive apparatus Is one of the most complicated nnd wonderful things in existence. It is easily put out of order. Greasj fond, tough tond, sloppy food, bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, ir-legul.-ir habits, and man other things which ought not to Is, have made the American people a nation of dyspeptics. Hut Green' August Flower ha done a wonderful work iu leiorming thl sad busi ness and making the American people so healthy that thev can enjoy their meals and be happy. I Itcnieiiitier. No happiness without health. , But Green's August Mower brings health and liapplutsH to the dyspeptic. Ask your druggist furs buttle. Seventy-five cents, j A New York Imv put a lighted cigarette ' into a txpcket containing stolen dynamite cartridges, s that his motherwoiild not see him smoke, and he is dead. ' "itornu ON KAT-V Clears out rats, nice, roaches, flies, tots, bed bug, Is-etlc, insects, skunks, sck rabbits, ' sparrow o, gophers, moths, moles. 15c. druggists. 1 "ItOt'CII UN OI!NS." Ask for ".Veils' "Kough on Corns." Quick re i lief, complete cure. Corns, warts, bunions. 15c itorcii ON ITCH." I "Rough on Itch" cures skin humors, erup-1 tlons, ring worm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted , feet, chilblain, itch, lvv poison, barber's Itch. ' 50c. Druggists or mall. K. S.Wells, Jersey City. "ItOr'SH ON t'ATAKKII" Corrects ofTenlve oilors at once. Complete . cure of worst chronic caes ; also uneiiuslled as ' ga lefordlbhthcrij.sorcthroat,foulbreath.!jOc SKI ID SCALP Cleansed, Purili d and Keauli licd Iy IheCutieiira Itemed ies. FurchMtiilni: the Skin and ?calp of DIb.r urlua Hmnori. for Hll.i.friK Itehlnz. Ilurnlnt: ami Inll.immatloii, far curinu tlie tint symp tttmH l Kt-zmt, INoriasU. .Milk Cm it, Scaly Mead. crotiil.i, ami other Inherited r-kln una lllsiol lHt-;u., Cltiilr. the reat Skin Curt, and Vnv i r or, an fxinlfltt kin l.e.iutlQfr, externally, nnd Crti r Kfol kt, theuew HIoumI Vurifttr, iutfrn.illy, are A COIIIM.KIK ci'ri:. I lime -stinVreil all my Iff-with Mn dls e.i-iei of dtiTereiit klndtand lia.t ne,er found permanent n-ller, until. ly the advice of a lady friend. I uied .our valuable CrnctK ltnMt mm. 1 iravptheinathonnnrhtrUl.min ( bottler nf the I'i mi x. K.mi.t. two butt" o( fi tu 1 ri and seven cakHnf CrnovRt SiAf. and the result wa jiut what I had been t!1 It would be a complete eure BKIXK W 1K. Itlchmond.Va. Reference- ii W I.'Ulrner. drut:slnt, Klch- inoud. a. AIaT KIIKtTM IUED. I v:is trouMed with Salt Hheum fur a num bertif year, m that the skin entirely came on one of my hands from the flncer tips to the wrist. I tried remedies and doctors' pre vrlptlons to no purpose until 1 commenced taking Vt Tict R , KkMmiic-,, and now I am en tlrely cured. K. T. PARKER. .IT1. Northampton St.. Boston. it-ui ;;ihts kmiohsk tiikm. Have sold a quantity of your Cutlcura Hem edles. une of my customers. Mrs. Henry Klutz, who hid tetteron her hands to giirh an extent as rocause the sklu 1 1 peel off, and for elcht years he5uf,credureatly.wscon.plete ly cured liy the use of your medicines. V. X. NYK. Driiirk'lst.eanton.Obio. 1TC1II.NC., M!AI.V, I'lMFLY. For the last year I hae had a species of Itching, scaly ami pimply humors on my face to which I have applied acreat many methods ot treatment without success, and which was speedily and entirely cured by CtTicmt. MRS. InAAC IMIKLPS, Hayenna, 0. NO Ml.nil'IM. I.IKK THEM. We have sold your iYticiea KkMEDitt for the last 1 yrars, aad no medicines on our shelves 1e belter satlfactlou. V. F. ATIIERTO.V. Druiist, Albany, N. V. I'lthxra 1Umkiis are sold everywhere. Trice: O'Tirriu. ioc; Htr.stiM tT, SI; Jmup.SV; prepared (jy the l'oniit I)mii and ChbviicaI. io . llo-'dou. Mass, Send for "How to Cur Mii lHae4," R R 1 1 R O Pimples. Skin lilemlshes and Baby uiiuwu,raorSiCUrej Dy ClTirtRA SUP. Catarrh to Consumption. Catarrh. In Itsdeitrnctlve force, standsnext to and uuituubteilly leads nn to consumption, it Is therefore sinirular that those afflicted Willi this fearful dlsex.se should not make It the object of their lives to rid themselves of It. lieceptite remedies, concocted by lKnorant nretenders to medical knowledge, hate weak ened the conQileuce of a greiit majority of suf fers in all advertised remedies. They become resigned to a lite of misery rather than tor ture themselves with doubtful palliatives. Hut this will never do. Catarrh must be met at every state and combated with all our might. In many casesthedlsease has assumed daimeroussjiiiiitums. The bones and cartl laiteof the nese.theoriraiis ot heart njr. of see Ini; and of l.i t line so atleeted as to tie useless, the uvula s.i elongated, the throat so Intlamed and irritated as to truduce a coustant and dlstresslns coukIi. SisroHit's Kaiucai Ccre meets every phase t Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most loathsome and destructive stages. It Is local and constitutional. Instant In rellevlne. permanent In curlnc sate, economical and nevcr-falllnir. Kach package contains one bottle ot the lUiitCAi.Cc re. one box CsTtBUAi. Soi.vkvt, and an ltirRot eh Imialkr. ttlth treatise; price. SI. l'lirtrR Urio and CiiruiCAL Co., Boston. m KIDNEY PAINS. i SP2. .siihiitk that wean. Ufrlrss. all me sensation err prrs-1 'eut with those of Inflamed tCMneva. I Weak Hack and Loins. Aching 11 Ids and ' sides. I tcrlnr rains. Weakness and InHam. I mannn.is relieved and specilllr cured by the cuiii urn .sin i.i'nin I'liutrr, nevr. original, elegant and Infallible antidote to pain and In flammation tall druzulsts. J"c: live for SI: or of Potter Ilrui; and Chemical Co.. Boston. Nice and fm.li. in one aixl half pound paekaKen. Genuine Imported Egg Noodle. SALAD DRESSING! lltinz's Mustard Dressing. lieinemlKT. we are lieadiiuartt-rs on all kinds of Kresli KUh. Come iu and get our extremely low prices on and after Monday. July lltli. as we will adopt tlie strictly cali hjsteni. We mean lni-ines. S. J. STRALEY & CO., Tl AND -M HAST HIGH 8TKEBT, l'rompt Free. Iellerj. Telephone 4:1. J. LEUTY'S SIS Palace Meat Market Itsiwlsomest and best eoulnbed Dallv Meat Mirket In the State. Ilest Beef. Mutton. Veal Laniti and Salt Meats to be had anywhere Custom ouce named always retained. s am i south makeet st. T j 'irJI'mf Pf $ JACOBS 01 TOR MAN AND BEAST. llurseruon Who IT Itr R A BCCK, Esq . Till lur.sj.tnro'Af' Tinus, Sew Vurk. N. V R. S. With sin, Esq.. Fair Lawn Mtock-iarm.U:iln-ou.KT Hon. Onus Bown, Trent, Md. Jockey Club, ei!ov., Ac. Dr. Wv. A. Socia. D. V S,.1rd Ave. K. K. blsbles, N. V. fin ( IRM FlMlsioM, Ks... secretary Pu rine o-l Hlood Horse Association. I H Ft Rr.vos. Fjiq , laleSec. Md. Jockey Club. "Al,VIcM.rll"-.,Esq N. Y Club Stableti, F. 2-tU street, .N. Y. VV II. HoLABIBn. Esq, sail Du-ro. Cat. Co roltnado, Beach Co. II Maos. Ki. Em pire stable, i,ih St. New York. VoRLF TllOMPsiOV.Esq. Slable-, 17J3 liruaj. nay. New York. Gen'l Rcixs Iso tin, Quartt-rrustter ueu end V. s Army James C. Ditos. Fs.- , Healer In Horses, Jackson, Mich. Olitcr Hikki.it. F-i 1'roprlelor t'sci ric Carriage Co , 11 I'uw ell stn-et, Ssn Fran Cisco, Cal. S. K. BtNSSTT. Km I (Iavi.l('arrlk.l.i..; l'hUadVlphla, I'm M. Lswn Clakk. Ki , rrest.I'Outstilie Ky Jockey Club. W. H.Sturtev a st Club fuWfi. ,-sth St , Kew York II. Arms. Fi , stables, Toledo, Ohio CTF.rs It. Colvis.F.i. Fine Horses. Inra ter. !. E.rWALSFR,Trottln-! F-dltor .spin" nj '"e Timts, New York 1.1 Drew, Esq 1'pib. American Hotel, Burlington. Vt. Tor IfoRjits ad Cattle. For Outs. Swell ln, Ifrtikes, Sprains, Strains, Ijimenev Mitf n"). (.nil?, CriicLed Hwls and Scratches Con iractinns of the Muscles. KIh Wounds, "irnii-brilt. Sore Throat, lutemper. M . Whttlow. Poll Kvil, Fistula antllumorpliiitA. Hi iijbones, and pa rin in it early fctage. apple t JAtT)EOii. In accordance with the di ite rf common Mne, rubbint; the iart attlii'ea thorouhI- with the haml, or apply a pus e f flannel wturated with the Oil r or raw sur faces dilute with water. It I erp-c.al)v uelul for Ft)t liot in Sheep, promptly relieving, nJ tvlwayi curing that danger -us di.-eawi. Sold by Pruirjrists and Dealers ererywher. Price fifty cents. THE CHARLES A. V0GE LEI CO., Batttmort. Mi. Decline in Flour! AIX HEALERS iVII.L UETAI1, GOLDEN FLEECE! Flour at the following prices: Per barrel, in wood or sacks, - - - $5.20 1-4 barrel, 49ths, - - 1.30 1-8 barrel, 24l-2ths, - .65 We guarantee Golden Fleece Flour to be always In the market. Ask for it and take no other brand. WARDER &BARNETT. OLD RELIABLE TEC El J. D. SMITH CO GLOUK HU1L,DING, Oman Wmi Hlfti St. and Walnut Alley, i AITD STATIONERS. Blank Book Work and Legal Blaaka a Stxx-UItT. iSPRINGFIELD DYE WORKS SI 50BTU CENTER STBEET. The drelng. cleaning, repalrluic and press ing ot Ladles' and Gents' Garments a spec ialty. The odIj place In the city to bare Lace Carta! na cleaned properly. All work war ranted. GHIUPIO!) !Cin BATH BOOKS IN OONNECTION.I TbB FINEST and CLEAN'KST In the CltT. BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS. B. OOXVKKSK, I DaaTaL FSSLOSS. Hooms S 6. Mitchell Block. 18. D1ST1BT. S. K. Cor. Main and Market Sta. w, U.8MITU, ssstis or aciiio Tsira oirria sriTHOCT rsi. Masonic Building. JOB PRINTERS. HH. UHBOCKKK, M and 57 Areade. Print ef , Kngrarcr and Fashionable Stationer. Wedding goods and calling cards a specialty. UNDERTAKER. W. GROSS A CO., UNDERTAKERS. a Office and Wareroom. 46 W. Main St. Itosldence 192 W . UUh st. BOOK BINDERS. JOHNSON DORNK. Liaaxxa or tbi x. l. biss t A sos's sous sisussr. 170 West Columbia, street. General Book Binders and Blank Book Mann fsoturer. I CURE FITS! rwB X Mf Cl liKMI Bla tail. ! t-P t-- tot ft UlM o4 t iB ! tliSTB tlsTs. IB. 1 BMS.B li- kl ror. 1 tU ) dlMtw of rm. 111 Ur9T r PALUt3 glCHNUS - ltf loc i4J. 1 wtrrutt J tu4r to Cr t. wonit rM. BrstM ltr ! fftllol U bo r-oa for aol saw rctf1s . Ssd t Cw for IrwttiM sl Prrti Koltl f MJ lrJtlU nrnttif. ( ttprr k4 T-iiuaw. Il tim 79 Mlklu fur . trtstL 4 I wUI cmnt yofc. a-jiWij n. . ituur. 11 rr s. Tr. Th Cr-Mi E-glUh lrcerlpUM U13 TUMirU, UI1I FllUtVI I ""t . !.- .'..... ... .......! -II I.E.. aBff'l x.Hitsiuiu, jinfuscMt y cum aaaa &fi- eases cam jd by self-abuse or In discretion. One nacka? St. sir 15. ' uroai By mall. Write Tor Pamphlet. tma Korcka Cbemlcal Co., Detroit. BlscU. Call on or address Theo. Tronp,drtiKgli corner Main ani Marks itreets, SprlngBeld Oklo. Sole agent. sSl!Ssv MSmBBlBSBSFxk ' BINDERS PRINTERS BINDERS if T WAIT! COME T HE! j BRUCE, HAUK & CO.S G- Tt E .A. T uli b Hundreds of 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 IN 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. DONT THINK OF IT Don't Think of SPKNIHMS your MOXKY for a Baby Carriage until you hare exuiniiitd the HOLMAU Adjustable Baby Carriage. WE HAVE SOMETHING NEW FOR YOU. il'e have Ihe only exolusivn Haby Carriaire S'orH in the I'nited .States. We make Haby Car-riai;!, a t-iiecinlty ; we deal in nothing Hsh. Send for our Finely Illust rati il Catalogue before buying; it costn you nothing. HOLMAN ADJUSTABLE CARRIAGE CO., 27.. WAIIISII AVEU'E, CIIICAI.'O. 11.1.. :EIOH:A.Is,x, TAILORING. FINE GOODS ARTISTICALLY MADE! LATEST STYLES IN SPRING GOODS! A PERFECT FIT AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! J. B. FELLOWES & SON, NO. 14 EAST MAIN STREET. FURNITURE UNTIL YOU SEE THE STOCK AT GEO. S. PLATTENBURGS NEW STORE. 74 W. MAIN ST. Don't fail to stop in and see for yourself. Remember ths place, 74 West Main St., 1st door west of Wigwam. CHINA MATTINGS PLAIN AND FANCY, CHOICE PATTERNS IN ALL COLORS AND GRADES. ' A. C. BLACK & CO. 1 $100 COHSTIPATIOH, BILIOUSNESS, No reliih for food. languid, heavy feel inc.as if tired, rest lessness at ntght, are all aure signs of DYSPEPSIA PURE VEGETABLE TONIC. GUARANTEED TO DO AS REPRESENTED. If your druggist or dealer hasn't AGARIC he will get it for you. He ought to keep it. SACHS-PRUDEN &CO. DAYTON. OHIO. SACHS-PRUDEN'S GINGER ALE la aold all over the world. eTiT .WLVkag d t ; ri bnuaUnraironoraa-i ran wiaiir i i i rii 1 1 iii i&ttti. SEMINAL PASTILLES. mil il all n I mil i is it 11 11 ill ubm ua i A Badlcal Curst or Ksrraoa OsUlitr. Ureane7 WukBM.iniP1inl..l llM.Ttn onB0epMiJ die Aiklatan. Tested (orLijit Years in nu taffasinaeaass sner aoatuauir scsd and broken down men to the rsslo-w prvmatnieir ferfactandmUMaalTrltienetnaBa . ie ui n ivj. TlhowhongrhTimtl!m.nTOlia'' r-reaabt about bTlodltion,iU'Mi m,ter-sln Wotk.ortoofi i Idala. wea.e taat a a.Bd us soar name with tatem.nt ot fonr uooble, and eacor ntIil.ii'KailKPKrK.witblUairdIainete. RUrTURCO PCRSON8 Da i FRH H 2lt) C en. sST ER SALE! THE NEW REMEDY FOR DYSPEPSIA Is a p-.caaant CORDIAL MEDICINE and STIMULANT-of Great Value to Lawyers. Preachers. Writers and Business Men who are troubled with Loss of Nerve Power. Will be paid to the person giving correct meaning of our Trade-Mark. AGARIC ISA PIEASMT TONIC to those in Health. and makes the lan (uid and debilitat ed feel bright and cheerful. 'JIH.I.I.IIH!IJ.HJII it..- . T--------1 Ltlhf forihrat tnMlM.4 mil 0ka. i : '. '. imTt MTitrri iui s Js, HJJIE ihtii-as r " i mr ar ( UT as alllSMall ill I li i ociniaiUB-iia - I pFkMtk-ti-O t) ) Sr .idtftlN us ap fr pii-b )! ujuii uraij. nt "riira 1"WC of lif a riwn ti k. lit ptfUat at cbafriu aatl nomiij tanw bock -ti. ad bai TBIATHOrTr-C Itoq P. tw XacH TfeH, IK HARRIS REMEDY CO MreteHttm aOKU M.tlMiiit fll T JTTTT- rt- TrtalofourAppiamrKM. AM for Trmt ivh3 , N -"3fer: -no. 2, II, ir--i .1, . , - - Ti'g'i1"i" i T" i"i -1"TI'' rTTi 'I I TIMSWII H mil I inn UTiVtlH i'iI'i rnnlii TM i inn HirsTin I 1 1 I i ii il i TYNll " lllisi I I" I TIssT njattTTrsBTl T 'uHl I II nr i iii am ismiiiiii.ii i. lis iinis! s i.iinn ! in .1 in-Tin-r-rsr-ir- -is-tii ie- ii i i nail m I i i i . . ..