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REPUBLIC, 'fTEsPAV EVENINC4. At-GlHT 2. 1887. II WE SELL Star Cracfcrr, "' P?" pound. Sue;.ir, Divapti&t in 1li (lily. UnluVn It'o Co lit', -.")( :i pound. Flour at Mill Prices. Cunt! (.round t'oflVji", -Op a lit. I'iriilc iiiul Exniiaion (iordM. Viuesjar, only loc per gallon. 1'irkloH. ." per iloeu. Fruits and Melousltuily. A I Kitlicr Store. ialY-tWvJt-MvV BARGAIN STORES. 1 unit t3 Wt .Main St. inl 40 South Mar ket st.,Srlna-tl-Itt.O. SHIRTS! All VinJi Hi" Slurts Uoatlj-mnde and ..Made oO'der. Itottnm Prices. ibe Shirt Maker an! Xea's Farulnlier, No. .' Kast Main Street. PEOPLES COLUMN. :' nv rilTtsI.Vd. ON AND At I til losiay uie eriuaueiu Daily Kirmur will Insert such"adi 'aa "Wanta." "Lost.'' "tor Kent." "For tile.' etc.. In this column one time tree, three tlme lor twenty-live cents, and six timet lornrty eentY TUK-d'KI.NGFlELD PCB.CO. AlaySt. 1C. . WANTED. 1ITATKI-Mtuti.in Uv a cood boy that V enn rl.inll l.ln.1. til wort. Pleate rail T sldrvMsi 77 Monroe .IreeL lsl w ANTEO -Two youLK ladlcs.at .'J Vi ashlm: ton full from I till 7 n. m. I'rof. li. IV. Lce.er. TTTAXTKIJ-A rellatilc.iiiau to represent our II nur.rrie' III HUB bi-hiuh. nniirimu. Xiermaucnr. c;ua.. 11. piuh a. .uHuunui men. NVrk. New York. established 1S52. TIT .NTE1 -Lady, arlnr anil IntelliKeiit. to H represent. In ticrovvnlocallty.aiioldfirm, references required, permanent position and .... L t I.... -... !..... 1 II. KO.K1 S.U.rj X. Jf jhuushu, Jl.u..rit tv .1.1 clay St.. N. , . FIVE Hundred Dollars I all youoeed toisork two valuable patent. The Alnstic Rollup sml PoMmi nrini Hed.uhieh will Day you .1.) per cut I mil "Il you the patent, for the couuxy oi caari. lor.?.!, ana mrni-ii you who rnnu?h made un material to nay bark your In vestment ol Sana 1'artlcs buvlnc will receive all iuformttioii a. loiiianutacturlnKand cost if material where ean be purchased. The machinery costs -iu, rarlies vvim vievv oi pur cha.lni:. I will iers,inatly meet and el.e de slrea Informal..-!!. Address, Oeorge U. Aln. lie. care .if M. I) Talcott. 1V Dearborn street, Cole: s 111. "Bat WANTED All fcluu. of clothes wrlniren to repair, cited foraud delivered; orders by mall promptly attended to. a. .il.. -tinier, 161 West Main. FOR SALE. Full HLE--A li.ndsonir bjrouche; Hiiseol make, nearly new; will be old at a har-i-.in. Call at SOS Market street. llr .,.l C I l. I . -Iti un.. rtf rlill Mi. X .urtlaud. near railro.id. etc. mire m. or will trade an! pay difference Addrets. I! x Ui. l'.non. Ohio. '''a 1'OR AL1. Miiille miu iir.w i.e,;noi!. Apply to No mi Vine treet. John Ca.hm. FOH S I.n -T' flnebulUlnis lot. In tlraiu's addlti'iu to the city of pnneld. situated on llarn-.!!! :i-nue between .lenn and llald wln avenue.. For terms and other particular, apply toCoihrao J. KodEerVs lis offlce. Kicsc's bulldine IOH M.Y. T " a eKd. honest younir man ' only, uae hall latereit In a .cry nice ami profitable bu-lne... Ca.h rapltal required. Un. For particulars aldLess. lk-x ,f. Hprll;i,aeld.iitli' l'1'" ITiK SAI.K-IMabli.lied binkln a lUe Kan voLMUoliM population; col schools, churches, etc Hank fully equipped and Join: a tine business Hank butldlnzand lot on Main treet. tlx'd tire and burglar proof sale; all necessary fixtures, etc. Hood resi dence ajd b.ls. all et In fruit and shade trees, "convenient to business:" also farm of ill acres, iii miles from to u. The property Is all sro...l and ulcelv located. I wish to re tire from business, and will ell for the actual cash value of the proierty. If you mean busi ness, write or call and e for yojrself. Ad dress. J. M. Lambert. Latham. Butler --" Kansas. lS9mt FOR SALK A tine cabinet Krand iMi.un.ior half price, as parties arc soon to leave the city and must sell. Inqalreat Wm.A. Jays. Cooper avenue. l-y" POll J5 LE -bewinc machine; new; beautllul- A lynnisneo. nirura.rn. ri km n.." ""' It cost. Call at W scuta Center street. 13itf FOR RENT. It JK i:E'T-l- uruishe.1 rocm at 3 east Main; ' pieassntly located. l"la FOK Hl.N 1 iood bonseofS)r..onis.withbath roo-n kooI water, two cisterns, pleasantly Apply to iVm. ll.'iranu No. Hi ". High !. FUri 11L,1 1 iioHse s iruri-.i"iMi ! .... streets; seven rooms: water and cas In home; rent . Call at 13. north Plum street n.. .....nw 1 .... . . .... S.l. K.i.l lUiim MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY T'JL'IAX-Inlareeorsuiallauiounts. Jjl on oms or short tlm- Inquire of P. Kissell. Uo..m '' oiaraerclil block. Limes toue st.. Spnmrfleld '""t '" MONEY T LOs -in sums ol f ''i to 7.1. Ill oatlireelofivKstar.'llnie. on nut inort irafeorappro.ed commercial paper, ileonr U.Cales.roomVo 1. Laeonrta bsnK bulli'lnn. r. v. rjv soruas. s p. b t Horsr. BUS. Villi mm & HOUSE. Physicians and Surgeons. ODIrr, .No .s alltclirll Itlock. Ki. iili nee. No. 143 High "' OB. e Hour. a. m. to II m. 1 p.m. to S p m and eyenlncs rM?73?WiHauTW7ll '' -5 wH AauA' OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF L IUID RENNET! Till. I a ery coiiienlent and cheap art cle lor makini: nlce.oollni: and HEALTHY DESERTS ! lsedwlthmllkonly.it makes a superior article of SLIP OR JUNKET l sed til small fruit and milk nukes a DELICIOUS FRUGOLAC These are just the foods to use in hot weather Piici-" per bottle For sale at CASPER'S Drug Store, rishor'aBloek. Ma!natrt,3d Door Wl of UiBMUnis.tSprtnKtleld. LOCAL BREVITIES. Mr. O. II. Hamilton went over tn Dajlnn this aMertuHiii. I.iiulloril Tliomas Uusan. of tin- St. James, leave. sori for a trip to California. Mr Orrm llyi.es. of Sprliielirlil.issenil- IiU a tew ilaj;. Intliiscit. eiisa li,r.rllr. ile.ssrs. All. F'rey ami Kre.1 Frej.wlo are now tncatett at San l-ieyo. Californ a, atnveil Imtne last eveuing. Mr. Al. McKeuna, of the Cithnllr C- fmoMiiii rnlilMilne lionse ot folmiibrs. O'iiii. is in Itiecit on tiu-iness. An evursioii of Kuinlils of I'vlliiasfiuiii Co.tiinlius assl llimutli Hie fil llif a'tertii.in to 1.1I"I1 to K" iiitoc.iinp. Mr It. . l'leifelms lies-n ver ill at lii .,ie. No woM .letferson strert. tnr two iv tks. ami is not jet able to leave Ins beil. An extra ltie-tnii sleeper was attached to t io ID oVlov-l. I!ee Line tins niorniin: to ai--c pimiKMl.ite a ieoijl partj of CinrinnaUins. .Mr. W. N. Seliaetler. father of Mr. 0. II. Sehai-tTi-r. the zrneer. i siH ver- i" at l).iton. ami it i lieliev is.! lliat lie cannot -nrvive muiiy la loncer. Mivs farrie Ilaniett anil Mr. John Har nett, of near irtana. Iio have lieen the ciK-sts of ilr. nl Mrs. T. .I. Kirkpatrick. le'.utitpil home th.s uioniitiK. Y tenia) aiteraooti Mrs. Flnlip Crnlie tiled an afSdavit against her husband, charc'ti him with lieaunp her. He was ar n.ts' ..n the harcenf assault. Mis. Frank M.tlure. who went to Chill - cotlie a trw iiajs apion an extended visit anions; friends, was compelled, on account of illness, to return to lier borne last even ing. Quile a niimlier of Knights of l'jthias from various parts of the state passed through tliW city this moniliiK eu route to Dayton, where the Knights ro into camp today. The luemliers of the Sixteenth Iiattery are reauesteil to meet tonight at the office of Fletcher White, ex . at TSUI sharp, to complete arrangements for the coming re union. (ieiwr Davis assaulte.l and leat his mis tress. lto-e Dellinser. at Hie '"arcade" on the hill last night, and was arrested in the very act by officers Waskey. lirecory and lllnes. Mr. A I. Frey arrived in the city last nik'lit for a short stay. He lias been in California and saw Bob. Nelson. Mil. Crotheis and other SprlnglieMrr at l.os Angeles. The wife of Watchuiui William Cald well has returned from Cotiimrsvllle. hid., wlieieshe wascalleil hv the sudden death of her -ister. Mrs. Ell Fne-L Mrs. Frost sustained a short fall, which was not at the tune considered seriou.s. but in ten houis after the accident she was a corpse. There will be preaching services this evening, and throughout the week, at ! o'clock, in a gospel tent located on (ireen uioiintaveiilie, iu-tsoiilh of east High stieet. ami (ireenmount cemetery. Hung your gospel hymn books. All aie cordial ly invileiL Kev. .1. II. Kulierts. pastor of Trinity Haptist church. The much anticipated sprint race l- twee'i Kit. Neal. of this city, and Mack Mason, of Tes, comes off at the Fair grounds this evening lietween 7 ami S o'clock. A large amount of money is up on the resulL and Xeal is the favorite. altliiinsli a few sport are betting heavily on the Tean. Seal's back is aid not to be in a ood condition. Sir. Ceorce W. Snyder, of (Ireenville, shipped a carload of line horses from this city to Boston today. They were nearly all heavy draft animals and were bought pur imi.v for dravs ami transfer wagons They were all bought In Clark count and were unaltered last night at (iregorv sta ble. Mr. Snvder will bo back lor another car-load in two weeks. MMlton.llou.e Mnl-. Besides the arrests mentioned elsewhere. the following were recorded on the station- house slate this mornin: Sol Hsrvey, ll.nri. Villi. e utnl loim ffdtli ,1nint: nmt disotderlv; and Louis Batner. disorderly. An lioportnnt Kleioent Of the success of Hood's Sifsaparilla is the tact tliat every purchasor receives a fair equivalent for his money. The familiar head-line. 'I(W Doses One Dollar." stolen by imitators, is original with and true only of Hood's Sarsaiiartlla. This can easilv be proven by anyone who desires to test the matter. For real economy, buy only Hood's Ssrsaprilla. Sold by all druggists. ITsedhythe t'nlted States lovrnment. Eu dorsed by the heads of the tlreat I iiiversitles as the Strongest. Pnrest. and most Healthful Hr. Price', the only Baking Powder that does not rout.ln Ammonia. Lime or Alum, bold only In am pi'.ici: hakim: pmvnut co MM VOKk I'HIl AI.O sr ions. PURE -r P?PRICE's CREAM Raking STRUCK BY LICHTN1NC. Mis. ChMrlr. K. I.erTtl Kmirhnl lliinnl'T n Holt, tint Not s,ri,,,,.j Hurt. One of the most remarkable accidents, consldeied ill the light of It.s results, winch ever took place in Springfield, ncciincd at about 0 o'clock last i Monda) evening dur lug the heavy storm of thunder and light ning which ptevallel at that hour. All things considered, it is remarkable that the newspapers have not a "Violent death to chronicle today. Al the time mentioned, Mrs Chailes K. l-eflel, whose luisliaiid is a nieiulier of the linn of I ,cll el A Lcffel. grocci. was in the yard back of her residences No. :144 west Nottli stnt. engagetl, it Is understood, in liurrhslly taking in the faiullv washing from the clothes-line, to keep it from being drenched. The clothes-line was n metal wire, but connected with an ordinary nein- en line at both ends, ami evtendisl over into the yard of a neighlxir tianusl Kliiolt. A bolt of lightning struck the metal clothesline, traversing both yards In a flash ot thought and burning the hempen line into a cinder. Mrs. .elfel wasknoektd'I down by the blow, and leniJined insensible for half an hour, when she liuallv revived. Twochildren in the yard were also almost prostraled, but not H'rmauently. Mis. I.iffel is MifTcnng a great deul with her head today, but considering what her fate might have been, she, escaped very lightly. TAKINC THEIR" VeDINE. .lo1C Young lllspo... of n I. urge Num ber of jZiour t'n.es. Monday Is generally a big da) in the 1 lice court, but yesterday the hiisiue-ss as sumed tremendous proiHirtions. The court room was crowded with a sweltering crowd and It was as odoriferous as a glue fac tory- Judge Young disposed of the follow lug cases in short order: Owen Hundley, Dan McCap. lie lieflel and Win. Sham, drunk. and cost, each: II. lepiett t harles Simpson, l'eter McCanu. Dau Hynn. John tinllin ami vv HI Niamey, loitering. 15 and costs each: Hairy Franklin, loitering, ill) and costs; tl. HuIkt and 1. Kicketts, $. and costs each; Charles Williams, laiceny. Slo and costs: F. Cunninghaiii. drunk and disor derly. S10 anil costs; Jacob Hedges, lar ceny, 10 and costs and thirty days in the I lay ton wotkhouse; Mike Mug. drunk anil disnnlirly, "0 and costs tine and costs susended for good behavior. James Bray. -barged with loitering, failed Io appear ami his bail was declared forfeited' Nels. Jackson, disorderly. Barney Bray, loiter ing, and r. Ciinuliiehaiii. 1'. Boyle and Tom Austin, larceny, were dismissed. Sprluctielil loi.usrnn tr lt siib.lantlal rirni.. The well known merchant tailors. Hufl mau A Kicliter, aie sikiii to wind up their altairs in Ihls city and remove to Lincoln. .Nebraska. Mr. Will S. Hult man, aoeompinied by their talent ed t-utter, .Mr. Hertiert II. Wiley, leaves in two weeks for Lincoln, but Mr. Uobert Bidder will remain for three weeks yet settling up the affairs of the linn. The Iti'ft'Bi.io makes this antiouiiceinent with much sincere regret. liutTuiaii .V Klchter have always been amongst our bus iness firms wlwiecharacterisiics were iusli. enteri.rise. integrity and buiiness .sagacity. They hav e b?en w onderfolly successful in Springlield. The Itr.ft'lil.tr com menus these young merchants and valued citizens to the pationage and good feeling of the people of Lincoln. Neb. A llait Crowd. Last night officers (iregory and nines raided llie "aieade" on the hill, and ar retted Jennie Warrick. LiMie Smith, tleoige Ann Owens, and Nettie ktitiotl. mi Hie charge ot being drunk and disorderly. The women were raising Cain and the house was in an awful condition. Keciiuelltft! Iteimlon. The lirst reunion of the l.VJnd O. V. 1. will be held at Creeliville, Ohio, on Sep tember 'J. I!ej7. All comrades ate le iiuesteil to conic and bring their Iriends. A. A. lljde. Secret ar.v. Theodore A. Wick VVr) 111. Mr. Thoodoie A. Wick, the well known r.al estate agent, was overcome bj the heat Friday and is now lyinu al home in a very critical condition. Itie Irishman anil III. Potato. Wliv is the potato soiutuh grown anil t-nn'Rineil in Ireland It is liecnuse jHitnto Krovvintiund fsiUilo eating form the sim plest process by which the lri-h tenant can keep Imdy utnl ssml together He turns up his bind, plants it, waits four or live mouths and then digs thecr.-o. The product of these oieralious is his mis lennmv. It has not, like cjitlle or wheat or any of the higher products of farming, to lie tiunexl into luonvy K'fote It can be made available for his own use. The oinple transactions by which pro ducer!, and consumers in a civilised Ms-icty provide fur the wantsof others and st-ctire the sail faction of their own do not enter into the issinoiines ot the Irish jn-asant. He Micks his isitato into the ground, and indue time be Knthersthe harvest, reeling hungry, he sne-. to Ins -tore, deals himself out enough potntoi fora meal, claje. them into a pftf. e.it them ami is content. The siilistitution of oat for the JMitato would place hilil one ilccni" higher in the scale of agriinlttiml progress by processes which mssl not In- described. We slioiild then get the Inh leuant past the stage at which a man lives from hand io mouth on the free yield of nature into the stage at vvliu.li agriculture lui-nincs an industry, providing him by exchange or nle not only with mere sustenance, but with coin forts of which he has hitherto had ui ex perience Industrial Ireland fault, of the London !illv. Some days, when I feel too bright and cheerful. I buy n Daily Teleirrnpli It. Is gin.l a a sort of mental ballast I rarelv mi so far a to read 11. but I keep it.nstlie Human tmperor kept the death tigm-iing slave, to ivtniud me that after all Ill's is a serious world. The other day I orn'Msl the immense slu-t. and on the S.ihaia nilltsl the leader oge there was only one head line. There were ." i wiiare inches of solid reauing matter, a desert of tyjie with that one solitary xisis of a heading to VII what jiart nl it was alxmt This is er viigh to stauser any nian It is quite r l.tnrv to cvi-rMlnni; els,- that 1 know oV in the world v hemist laln-ls hi Littles The n:iini-s of the stris-is ari ii at the lortiers. a Cainilen bus s.ivs it's a IVmdi-n bus, a Ik.iU has its title kiu'e. a iniusternnnoiinces his text, ami a leitnrer giv.-s tlieVubject of his discourse. I don't have to go into a train nnd ride n mile or ivvotoliml out whether it is soiiig ray direction or not. Y'ct a Imdon daily vvltii one or two exceptions asks von to wade into a long editorial More you an tell whether or not it is of the slightest ioi slble interest to von. Luke Sharp in Detroit Free l'ress. Lmlles In delicate health, and all who snlfer from habitual constipation, will lind the pleasant California liipiid fruit remedy. Syrup of Figs, more easily taken, and more benehcial in effect than any othei remedy. It acts promptly yet gently on the bowels, kidneys. Ifver and stomach, and does not sicken or debilitate. For sale at Casper's drug store. I The men who head the opposition to the ! co.il combination mean business. HUFFMAN &. RICHTER, Having concluded to leave the city, hereby offer their entire stock of Men's Fine Furnishing Goods, Consisting of Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Neckwear. Hosiery. Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc., at cost and less. the stock: :m:ttst be sold otjt in two weeks This is no sham, but a bona fide sale. Call and see the Furnishing Goods and the unheard-of low prices. NO. 31 EAST NEW CARLISLE. Nkw C.viit.isi.E, Aug. 1 Our gas well proves to be a failure. The) stopped drill ing Friday evening at a depth of l,:ioo feL At that time there was no ev ideiice of gas. Whether thev will go deeper will be decided this evening when the village council meets. . The camp meeting had an auspi cious beginning. The attendance has been good notwithstanding the extreme hot weather. The spirit of the meeting has been all tliat the friends could desire. At no meeting has there been a failure of a uianlft station ot divine influence. The supervision on the meeting Is under the direction of Kev. J. W. (iaddes. Dr. Kunyau. of Center street M. K. church. Springfield, was present Sunday, and de livered a masterly sermon in the afternoon. ....Mr. Jacob Saj lor, an old resident of this place is dangerously sick. . -Dr. N'eff returned from the Toledo convention well pleased with the action of the convention. .A nunioer ot our young men sin mi southeastern Ohio on aplesure trip. They propose to be absent two weeks. . . . Our school board have employ ed Mr. Wood as superintendent of our schools for the coming year . . .The severe drouth is se- riouslv effecting the crops, especianv tne com and polatos. The pastures are all very short and the farmers already are compeien to commence feeding their stock. The j wheat is of good quality and making a fair average ield. . . .The Western l'ioneer as sociation are making the needed prepera- j tlous for an Interesting meeting this year, which will be held in Smith's grove on Sat- I urday the SOIli inst. Hon. K. S. Williams, of Tioy. will deliver an address to the as sociation on the early history of Clark county. The committee of arrangements is wide awake and is composed or compe tent men. and men who will spare neither time nor pains iu making this meeting a success. . . .There are some substantial res idences lieing erected iu our village this summer. OAoKCROVE. Ovk GnovK. July 00. Dry, dryer, dry et ! Choice dried fruits ample supply, warranted to keep and cheap for the gath ering. Still. "It is an ill wind that blows nobody good" threshing machines are humming everywhere and grain Is coming iug out-in tine condition Mr. Spragglns Is enlarging and remodeling his house. . . Mr Garrison's old house has disappeared, and the men are at work on the new one. Mr. William Crist has a new barn almost completed. . Mr. Adam Crist' house smiles In a new coat of paint How will this do for a Win, notwithstand ing we have not yet struck natural gas? Warreu Arthur has relumed from his western trip and reiKirts having had a tine time with his gun aud dog. He bagged a large quantity of game and hail no end of fun Bruce Garrison took In Nlagra on last week's excursion. He spent a day on Lake Chautauqua Mrs. Johnson, who but lately came among in. Is very 111. She was received and baptized by the Lutheran church last Sunday. .. -Mrr Coterel has been very unfortunate with his new horse. It rati away and was badly injured by the shaft running Into IL Closed with the Police jx-k. 'Found open loor of store No. rtrett; closed with the iiolfce lock," is an every day entry' on the morning re tnrns sent to police headquarters. "Is it some kind of padlock!" asked u refiner of Superintendent Murray. The superintendent laughed. "Xo," 1 e sale, 'it is not a lock at all; it is n board. When a policeman tluds a door unlinked he nails a cleat on the floor inside, cuts a piecu of lioanl latig enough to drop in under the handle when he' pulls it shut, and the door is effectually barred. Von would need a la'tering rain to open it. How the owner gets in ne.xl ilav is hi. i sikoiit That is the imiLcv lock." Having made the place safe the officer rtports what he lias done at the station house. If the sergeant is on his long tour and fills cross he lavs Uick till the small bonis of the morning when the store kis-;er is in his s.)undet sleep in Harlem and Morrisania, anil then telegraphs to tlm station nearest his Inline to send him di .vti forthwith When he comes dow n. blowing like u iirioise, thinking that the a'.oiv has lieen burned up ot cleaned mil '' thievo, he is told to go and loik lis door, time a sergeant of that kind met his match in a Harlem toliacionist. IU- eni word down trom ho- hon-e iu ntLsv.cr in the nie-sage. "Just leave a ojs-ii I"H take t halites." He had been there Isfore. When the Coney I-laud season begins and .spry cleiks are iu a hurry toget away v.'ith their girls, safe door- ore sometimes found 01.11 at night 111 down town stores. The pis light binning at the safe mi that the isiliccmaii may see n lrom the outside lietmys them. If it does not burn the stotvkeeiier is sent for. When the nights get warm, too, the bank watchman "just fteps around the corner'' for a drink, leaving the Kink I'lurminled. The one iu the lkmk of the Metropolis, iu linou square, did that two vears ago. siepping out of the window at midnight, and re turned 1111 hour later to find every officer ol the lank, from the president down, ill h'-i scat awaiting him. aud half a dozen of C'apl Williams iNtlice officers on the steps. One of them had found the win dow ojien and given the alarm. That was (he last drink that watchman ever took. He swore off then and there as the con dition of his being given number 1 banco, and lie kept the pledge. - New oik un The IHggest Fool Of all the many who cumber the earth and make life a burden to some of us is the man or the woman wlm goes on suffering with a disease, at the expense of his own happi ness and that of his friends, because false modesty or somennaly foo'isl caine keeps him from consulting a competent physician and obtaining a cure. If tlieie he any such among the leaders or this paper, and that such there be we strongly suspect, the visit of the celebrated Dr. Albert, the head of the Cleveland Med cal institute, who will lie at the Lagonda house. Springlield, en Friday, August .1th, will be an opportunity for putting away folly and consulting a man who has lieen so singularly successful iu the traatuient of obscure, coinpbcatid and ctironic diseases that, though not an old man, he is a recognized leader of his profession, and the head of a great institu tion with an able corjis of assistants. When you go to the mountain-, be sure to place iu your portmanteau a bottle of Frtd. Brown's Jamaica (iiiocei. Philadel phia, is-;-.'. LADIES' HANO MAIN STREET, THE WONDERS OF MESMERISM. Interrstinc K.perlioeol. of . Ilvpnollref iu 1'arl Vsloiilililnc Ite. tilts. The Salle du '.odlaque at the Grand hotel in I'aris was crowded with doctors, journalists, and will known l'.iri-ians, oho had lieen uivitid by M. Hepp, the slitor ol The Voliaue, to witness some Interesting eieiiiiinlsnf a newly ili.cov eied hvpnotiyer. .'.I Moutin Without at tempting to account for the extraordinary power iNisses-ed by M Moutin. who is a conipjrativeh voting and handsome man. over the distois. joiiriiali-ts and ladies of the audieiuc who consented in mount the platform ami allow I11111 to experiment iqioii them. 1 will state ill .1 lew words what he did Moutin does not put people to sleep. ! but makes them obey his will while j thoroughly awake. He liegali by chfsising I his subjects among the people who pre sented themselves by placing his band 011 the nape of the neck. While talking to them he inquired whether the; felt an mi usual heat under his hand. If all atlirnm tive answer was given he knew he had a rood subject, and while telling him to Maud up .straight soon biought him 011 his knees bv simply placing one 11:11111 lightly nit his tinck and holding the other iu front ol bis knees. It was eitreniely curious to witness the efforts made by rome H-ople 10 keep their ftst. but It was useless; they had to go down on their knees. One gentleman, well knovvu in Parisian society, wa draggeil around the room among the sjiectators by M Moutin, who put that gentleman's. "hand first on his shoulder and then on his head, and told him to fol low him When they got lck to the platform he told the same gentleman, when sitting 011 the ground, that he for liade him to rise. .Notwithstanding the most stie'nuoiis efforts, he could not 11-e until he had leieived the mafuetizer's permission One of the writers on The Gnnlois vra operateil on in a jet more astonishing manner. 1'laied at the extremity of the lon- hall, with Ins back turned to M. .Moutin. he was told, to do all lie lotild to I irevent himseU lK-ilig drawn backward j ovvani the tdatfonu He used what M-cmcil to be almost superhuman efforts j to stand vvheie he wa; bill soor. his leg. began tieiubling violently, and in -pite of all he vnis soon wnlkiugbackwrrd lonaid I the oierntor. j Alter that everlK.lv vvas inn le to laugh I heartily by the same gent'eniati K-ing made to dance in a niont amusing man- , her M Moutin also fought a mock duel with him. Asking for two walking sticks, he gave one to the gentleman, and. after crossing swords with bun, paralyzed his arm by his will After releasing his adversary from that ili-advantageou. is! Hon, M Montift told him that he dctied j him to touch him with thestuk. ine ojierntnr faileil in this iiistance. for, after j a prolonged effort, during which the jour lialist seemed to strain everv neiveand mu-tle in his Isxly, heat last touched M Moutiu's chest j The iiierator. however, won great aji- 1 plau-e by i-ecomuiencing the exH-rinieiit. ' He stool lerfectly still and offered, as be- ' fore, 1:0 resistance lint his wilt or mag netic power. The gentleman, with hN sink, struggled, mi to sa;. against the nlr. but he failed to touch the operator line of the ladles present was then told by M Moutin. while she was sitting among the spectator. Mutt he ilelled her to. say "Nebuchadnezzar." It was ridiculous iu the extreme to hear her try in vain, till the oeiator gave her permission to -ay the word. The same lady was evidently a good stili!"ct. for M Montin, placing two chairs 111 the middle of the platform, sat down on one, anil-then told the lady she would sit down on the other and lean her head on his shoulder. She protested, but iu a few miuuter. she was seized with a most .tl with a intuit her outstretched violent trembling iu arms, the got up and then tlireaileit tier , w-.iv ntiiomr the Miettaturs ill what seemed ' to lie a nervous trance, for she trembled most violently. S0111.1 peojile thought she would trip on the platform stepswbiit M. .!-.-..(. i.'lii- -.i cittito. ontetli- MW.-iitlli'T i.er arrival, reassured them by saying, "She cannot tall. I forbid her. Mie -at down 011 the chair, and, when lU'rc, Mvineil ileiertnlneil not to put her Lead 011 the oierator's shoulder, but in a few moments she cloed her eyes and let her head fall At the same Instant M. Mont ill -tartcd to Ids feet. and. blowing I iu Lit lace, tostored her instantly to I const loiisties-. Other equally astonish ! log exi-erinients were made by M. Moutin I on -eople whoiiiiiliol lie supposed for a I mouiriit to Is" accomplices to a trick I for. laimlou Standard. XVorl.Il. 1'alt. tif liana. It is interesting to note t he weights of the working parts of each system. By working part is meant what is left of the weapon, omitting the stt. k and barrel. The lightest is the MiCil. vvluili weighs ! 1 imuinl 1- ounce, and the heaviest H 1 tie ! Winchester repeater, weighings! pounds i ounce-. The Springfield weighs'.' pounds 1 li nuin-es. the .same n- the Martini-Henry. , the service weapon ot the laiglisli army, j mid the same as theWcnler Bavarian. I The Vetterlin iSwis-i weighs." jioiiiids IS j ounce., the Mauser iGerman) 'J Minuds 4 ounces and the liiissian.Berdnn the same. I The Drevse needle ignii iliermnu) weighs ! (.Hinds II ounces, .is tlix-s the Werndl j iisirlan The Clinssj-p.it Krem l-i weighs ',' iiuns li ouiice. Chicago Tnb . tine i A New Military Vehicle. Anew veliu le 1- to lie tested at Alder shott. r.lr'lanil It is sh.iieil like a Ion1; lining Isuit, and .1 dozen soldiers can Mt on it iu single lile and propel it easily at the rate of sixteen miles an hour, drawing eight baggage wagons niter them. This multicycle is steered easil) by one man. is effected little by rough ruaiN and tlliiis in 1,-s.s sjuice than an onhnary hansom. The invention Is not to In- offered outside of Knglaud. - Boston Transcript. ..union en tne Mars. An instance of the v?lue of photography I tu detecting the relativt; motion of stars is given by M Ie Golhard. Comparison of I a recent photograph with measures re corded by A ogel 111 1S(iT-lU appears to , show that cluster -1.41 1 (. V i-oi'lni"- i.n eleventh nnigiiuuiie star which has ' changed its jKisition relatively to the other .tars to l he extent of - " seconds a vear Arkausaw Traveler. It-uiikurd.. 1 liehinging to no ! Drunkenness is a v nation, but of all race 1 the hull. ins are the I only natuial drttiik.il - With other leo- 1 pie the taste for hniioi i largely an ac- ' quinsl one but Hie I111I1.111 likes liquor the j llr-t time be i.isti it. ami moderate iliink- ' ers are unknown among litem Willi this , race inteinK'iance take. Us ino-t ippul-ive 1 foi m There is no cimv ivi.ibty alejut it, I and not miuh enjoy incut in dunking, the oneobjeil lieing to m 1 drunk a mhhi a po-sible. and the liquor mat will most j qiiuklv pn.lme tins tesiilt isfor them Hie 1 liest V. amount ot iivilinlion eem . able to ei-adic-ite or greatly modify Ill's vice, tinea: bioiigltt up l.ir lrom their own 1 race exhibiting the samo n- me desire lot drunken !ii.euibiliiy that the wildest , plains Inditii does. There is no good iinturod -ngoof intoxication with them, the perils! pmciiing insensibility being one of lilmidihir-iv -av.igerv Whatever' may Is' the cure among ether rue-, total . abstinence is, without qii" Hon. the only j nmrse for the Indian i pursue S. I". 1 D-xIge t'i Glolie-Deinmrii No Thrashing vitelline. In India. Needless m remark t'rat there are no thrashing machine- 111 1 . a is among lhpjon ltle llay ,f tin Mil Te-ta- meiit. the eorn Is tiislden out ov oxen. This pr.iiSue brgeiv accoii its lor the dirty tinititioii 111 wlin.il Imlian wheat arrives in F.uulatiil The methinl t win nowlp enitiloveil in India luis also il' merits ,.f : implniiy and antiquity t Iiish ingavvinily day. the cultivator or one of hi. family, or n lal.irer. takes a qiianiity of unwinuowed corn into a basket sin.(i allv made for the purpose, and. luting it up, lets the corn gradually tall in the ground, the v mil blowing the chaff away. An c.xai'ly similar method is employed iu Italy a:id is.tis of l'nun'e. and iierltups i. still kinwii in :rts of Kiiuhiml. lor rleaiiin : tic '.;. it ls?.re giti'iluig the sunn- 1 . :'i .1 is -. lupin; td. another p : 11 miu "limes si.unlin by nit'i allot .r basket, i.uinin. the wheat as ii fall- 111 oidei to mr effectual I j blow dirt. Ilan.ld Cix. oft lae Another sn.,re for Innocenl Youth. The tall nnil slender young woman i.a found a new nnd pretty way limtn,"f hor Mii.nner :ssh. The tie, the loo; !1'' the twhi are so toquettish that coat but tons .mo .ines lmieiie e.illinirl.v involved m the tut I' ate hill graceful mesh. Tle-e sashes, on morning j..iints and twilight ride. at. tv ihi-llile fur lotsof late lue.tk-f.i-l-.tti'i lielnnd timetexs i lie; eati ! 1:1 the biisliis ou know, ::1 his tiugcrs be ing el' t.iiipi'j. why. il ismp-e v. i II. it takes Him-1. . free the tlnffv -carf. Ii is not ao-.ilni I) neeessMrv that Uill and ideiidci oi..i,is nnil siniul 1 twis, lis-- hwp. ' Mi. 11 i toaiits an 1 oniiiip inanls can woik ( quite 11- t Oct ir.c'iv; w.i n the silken net. Oulv it 1 ..ppcneii fi-it .1 long ami willowy 'naid put me up 10 mis latent fH-hioi uote. etiaa Fr-inci-io Bepori. ' some One Mii-I I e.ol. ' A Vermont j'iker il.n-itisl that he h.id lelt an earthquake, and in two hours he had o.fHJO jHsiple radv In swear that their dishes rati led on the shelves. Someone must always lead 111 lliie matter-.- De- troit Free l'ress. j A pile of iinitntiiin silver dollars on n tray is one of the new designs iu orna mental iukstiinds. It i ivniart.nl'e how nnniv Hie .vmericaai; llv "11!I2" ltlelll-.es ..11 lli iOM :. -taa vVehave t 1 -an 1:1.0 r.' ts. -i!i-i '.1 un n,-- lori nod ai !rsw-. 011.I Ame'ii-au pia; s, ulul Uieci; is. Stnl tliey iuie. ' Citg:ite'- i'ttsliinere ltouiiet. A white, pure, exquisitely erfuiunl t i let soap. Thebt fir chapped hands at d teniler skins. Tllai WVflir-.jiitl f!ikft tu iml'I:i Oil tht . , . ,,,. , ,, i .. w ""'p-'"" A-l y"' .',. le, ....', - Will ll-C HMI irilll I1I1IK illltii '"- fl- I nifil'i F PllcfoP l WCVIll l. WUOlCI j n,niTiiiTOnTi Tl V HnTKT j p-e,erTatlon of natural teeth by latest p I proved methods, alrictly flnt-class work (uaranteed. K. Hl.h.l. o.ete It "on t.rtnr lnMh)ilt i Ixy tbrmitsh, -From cruv uof heal to !! ir mot'. It curt-i Ihtj rUM.Uofwti tturtfi. Loi aprtlte U b'n re- ktortra. VTle families thninth.it 1hfltil Keep TA Kit ANTS SEIT.EUearftt baiaO. CANOPY TOPS. II r iiUt Trimitiftl. V 1 i l II1M t.ftl. Srw lyl. i 411 li. -tTll- Ol W aeon. 1 -re- .1.- I'tM lit-- t u li'.lrr- unt r-. Si- i.I f. I i'.l.M le.l IV - 1 ' 11.1:. iti:i:u a. .rnlut ii ( oiiii H ONEST HELP FOR MEN. I'ejr no More Money to Ousrks. Iulll.elot yoil a li p.IKe l'....ik. Willi pre scripll-.ns fir swl-i on- f.-r all u. t lirotlie .tail I'ooilooil Ilisei.se., , eol.lit. and o.rg. n.-le-, (or li.-s. stain m. 33E1.. Wn-ifjIAM", l!l Vl.lislt. street, VlilnHilke. . Wis The llulv Naloral . , , i Ml o '...sH . .- JQhrCi.mitfe?J WEAK MEN iiTcrlri trom ,- Vi3r. A r elu.aenl. -II CTC,rHllIUli r $iAitVri ti .k w Iter. Sf-w Hot- crc,rHiiluiiC 'U(u it.li-irtUiu or irrnv rHrninilia SIiMnrh llrllriMe.Df IU OltlitT 3l.lltSTl TKRITUKM'. ftralrJ Um-U - Iter. Srw - rfl br rsbr imlrtitri) in MADE STRONG lh twnU U tlirir tnttt. MJ RmUa wifli Iiil.irnuiiLin uf VMittv tA kll num. MARSTCN1MEDYCO l9P-..k PUw.NtwYo INSTALMENT DEALERS j i'lllfiuilji.twl!ltiieyneeil- A FULL LINE l OF INSTALMENT GOODS -obi onl tt , U-clNSTALMENTTRADE, b ad.lr.-s.luK 1 lST.t.siLT III .Ll-Hs' al H-1.V Co. Kne P TURN SHOES AT COST ! SPRINGFIELD, OHIO COCA WINE! A NERVE STIMULANT AND INVIG0RAT0R. Benefticial in General Debility. Exhaustion, and just the thing to help you through the hot weather. Large bottles, $1. CHARLESLUDLOW&CO., Pharmacits, 55 East Wain Street. THE 1 ( vTfvf J Vrl fe 3) Z MORE IMPROVEMENTS! BETrER THAN EVER! The JIiit IVr'rct Trloyclt for I.-itlies am! IMiiltlrcn yet Iiivt'iittil. ,.' Steel Wire Wheels with Grooved Steel Tire?, Thus I'r venting the pikm Jr tu Wiarins Loose. A jt s ahh Seal to Suit tarlous ages. Haid-oni'lr 1'pliol-lfri tl ta 1'Iti-li. Frame ol H.illoiT Tubing of vra quality luallesblc con aad s eel. Sic-1 axle.. H'llli S.V1.K 11V H,. F. OLDS &o B50.7 JfO. 8 WEST MAIN STREET. DON'T imip "M BRUCE. HAUK" & CO.S I C3- Tt E .A. T 1 5 Jl n D Hundreds of men's Sack and Frock Suits, open cr io 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 m irked down to $5, $6, $7 and $8. SLAUGHTER III BOYS CLOTH ! 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. s TJEim STOCK. OI Fancy and Staple Grocerie Carried by the firm known as S. J. Straley &. Co. will be CLHSED OUTAT GOSTAND LESSTHftN COST The sale commences immediately and continues until sold. C. C. FUNK, MARIETTA college ElinillaL I m 5s-hr.tir.liip in i.l s,r,i, .,c, GET M EL i wg UT SALE ! s tilfimi.1 F, 0R70. t taUra in Uttr Qrti, ww Ala)' CUrtf - i h . i TO REDUCE STOCK.