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' THURSDAY EVENIUC. SEFIIBfR8. t887.
REJUflffl STSTE TICKET.
Lieutemnt 5 ernor.
W C LN
bt-preme Ju1-c 'lone tenni.
UM T -l'htll.
uprem Juv'gr 'sliort tenn).
I J UlCkMN.
K M l'Ol
J C BLOW .
Member H wd 1'uMlc Works.
wmm county timet.
JO UN" C. MILLER.
O F. SEKVIsS. .
JM!f a. RABDITTa
Cinrlnnitl still has-l'.ime I'nder Xero,"
and is proud of it, much prouder than ltowe
Governor Forakeris the must conspicuous
fjure among the ounger members of the
republican part), todaj.
We are still of the opinion that the gam'
biers must co. Uotli the shorn and un-
shirn, all must walk the plank.
If the lVinceof Wales wants points on
th-atfirs of govirninent. Mr Ulame is
ahuudi ill) ab to enlighten him
The late fruit Is coming into the market
in er good qnanti: and pialitj. much
belter than the earl) season indiiatcd.
Tie New York Tribune xerj truthfullj
relinks that it is not the quantitj but the
q tlitv of Iuimigratlon ajamst which pro
i st is made.
A trade mark has been discovered on
whit was supposed the new comet. It Is
the same old chestnut that appeared heie
abjut seventy jears ago.
The bankers of China are not abreast of
the times. There has not been a bank fall
lire in that countrj for nearly a thousand
jears. Thej should come over here, be
come civ llized and get some pointers.
Senator b'ltinian is announced to open
the campaign at Wilmington, Clinton couu
t..on the IMhiiist. When the republicans'
b c guns liegm to thunder along the line the
democratic batteries vv ill be in dangerous
The inflammable material used about
stages, in houses of amusement, in the waj
ofsceuerj and stae settings, should go
alane with the railwav car Move. Thej
have both wrought terrible disaster and
should be given the grand bounce.
The nearer we approach the presidential
caupaign the pi ire active do the federal
oflsj holder 4 byrimein jvolitical matters.
Grover, of course, il es not know it, or he
would rem ne thin tor violation of his or
der, instructing them to keep hands off.
It was the honest, homj handed sons of
to I who had charge of the labor daj dem
onstration in Cincinnati on Moudaj, and
no, the honi)-tongued blatherskites. As a
ro.iiit the parade was order!), patriotic at d
non-political a credit to the honest labor
ing element ot Cincinnati.
It Is told, bj some wieked person, that
when the president and Ins wife were re
ce vlng the members of the international
mslical association, tl.it Grover verj sljlj'
as'ctsl one of the most imminent visitors,
a i he retained his hand a little longer than
th others, if he hid an) thing in his clothes
t lit he could recommend as a stimulant for
a presidential boom.;
Would-be Governor Powell did not an
swer Giuprnor Fomker's uuestiou. at Ham
ilton, yesterday. He attempted to pass 1
over the rebel flag Issue bj simp.) referring
to it as a matter in which no one felt auj
particular interest or couceni except Gov -
eruor Foraker. That is all right, Mr. I'ow-j
ell. but the bojs want to know how jou'
f-l aVwne If rtnrpnmr K.rnl.er lias fold
t eo """J U0W u,; " '
The Mandate! Oil cotnpan). of which II. I
11 I'a)iie. now holding a vat In the United
states senate procured lij fraud, is a prom-1
incut member, should I e knocked out b)
some process A liarrel nf crude oil can
lie bought in Lima for ilmo-t a sons, jet
when sou go with jour can to (tet a gallon
of the rthned oil. from jour grocer, jou
find the price out of all proportion. For
tiu, and luanj other sins, the aforesaid ,
couipanj is responsible. Tliej hae grown
rich and are growing richer and more pow
erful bj this process, of monool) ami ex
tortion, ami there ought to be a nmre eijuit-1
able evening up of prices. Tliej paj as
little as Jhej please for the crude stuff, and
charge as much a-, thej please when thej
again place it upon the market. I
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
Fight Ijmlon tlieaters now haie women
James .logati. fanui r, near rnioMIK O .
The Indianapolis 1), iwnil, a new J-cent
paer. Is to le (darted
Powderlj will resign as grandmaster
workman of the K. of I-
At sabin. () , colored children were re
fused admission to the white schools
Fne men lost their lues et the burning
of the Maverick oil works at r ast Boston.
The fatullj of Morris 1'fund. at Youngs
town. (. were poisoned b eating finm d
The Massachusetts prohibitionists have
nonunaten V. II F.irle. of Worcester, for
Henrj Moll. acsl sixteen, of Magadore.
0 , died frouiawoiindreceivedbj the burst
ing of his gun
Charles Logan was killed bj a Pittsburi'.
F"i Wv tie and Chiiago tram six miles east
of Warsaw. Ind
The London Itmxt s.ns that Ilntish
djspesi is because the iMsipIe take their
food in "shovelfuls
(Jus Xelson was badlj burned bj the ex
plosion of a barrel of melted pitch at the
The Saloon keeiers assneiation has re
solved that it does not want to be identified
w ith anv political part j
Kxecutions aggregating S40.0O0 have
been issued against McFall, HeUel Co ,
Pittsburg lumber dealers.
Mrs Langtrj is building a cottage on the
shore nf I.akeTahoe, stv-two thousand
feet above the level of the sea.
Mr. Jones, a fanner, living near Quincj.
Kv . was tired at bj misked assassins
while driving on the public road.
Cases of Texas fev er hav e been found in
the Chicago stock jards. Hog cholera
exists throughout the state of Illinois.
Kx-Senator Miller has leased a tract of
fiftj thousand acres of Adirondack timber
land, for lift) jears as a game preserve.
The individual assets of Henrj S Ives
are put at Sst T'i. cov ercd bj a SrtO 000
in irtgago. His liabilities are STO CM 01.
Hr. Morrill Macktnzin's bills jor sen ices
to the crown pnnce of Cerniauj- are about
m V00 marks, or a little more than 911.000
In a collision of the C. It V Q IJaiimad
n-nr Afton.Iowa. three persons were killed
or fatallj injured, and several others badlj
It is rumored that the old iron null at
X les. t) , is to b absorbed bv the Mahon
ing Vallej Iron company. It has shut
Charles Kenny, son of I'rof. J. W. Ken
nv. of It. 1'leasant, W. Va , committed
suicide. He was discouraged, took to drink
and ended his spree with poison.
Londoners of high social standing used
t consider itb'ntath their dlguitj to let
their tow n or countrj houses; but the prac
tice has become quite common no, and
rich Americans' purses are held responsible
for the change.
A uns: lady, whose home Is on Grand
1st I .a Iihh hMn maLmr n ill,wtti,n nf
the ' bright plumaged birds found onthelmake him ,uU of appreciation for the
island, whose habitat. beond question, is
oniew here in the topics. The theory it
that these birds have been blown out into
the gulf during the prevalence of gales and
wafted upon the IOuKiana shore.
It appears that Mrs. Grover Cleveland's
efforts to trace her husband's genealogj
have awakened considerab'e discussion in
various paifs of the countrj. Svhanus
Cleveland, of Providence. 1L I., claims that
the president's wife has been misinformed
on one very important feature of the sub
ject Hesavs that the Tamil) to which
Grover Cleveland belongs, was founded in
America by Moses Cleveland, who settled
not in Ohio, but iu Woburn, Massachusetts,
f Vtr I'.rlng the Iluttc.
A jouiu hidv at this inrt) told me of
what niilit almost 1-e tinned a scientific
discovirv s e has nutde. At unv rate, it
is a sckmilic ixpminwit she has Wtn
trjing. Htr Usirdii g house is a ver)
fashiouable uiul exclusive and excellent
one, but of hue the perversities of theliut
ter h ivc lssjn trjnng Iluttir sometimes
Ins a vva) of being ierrerse. and thts
U-sUiH) m August, when it should lie the
laM, just as children are xerj likil) to
appear at tlmr verv worst wiieii thej
should lelnvt th best Now, Mime one
hid told this joung ladj that if ercam
wt re buried in the earth for ivvintx four
hours it woul 1 tlwiu be found to have In
come butter it' a sujierior qutlit) anil
flavor lie Icnesl to tet the truth of
this stitcimitt, and, eonfessmg lr niu
bition to Mrs Diuiel Merniiian she was
in ide a present of a bageif cream from the
Hie told me, with the minuteness mdis
pensable to the description of suentillc
procedures, that the lug was of white
cloth, of Mnmg and llrni lnateri il, nod
thut the cream of ronrsc, being fnnn the
Iligelow firm, .v.is-of lovel) richness, of
the sort tisiiallv ilestrilait as King ' tliiik
enough to tut with a knife" "she mule
the excavation in the ground of the neces
K.irv sire ai.d deisitesi her en am and
covered it up After twentv-four hours
she un.irhe it. nnd it vv.is a ljiill of
golden, ban!, dilicioiis butter, wanting
oulv salt to make it perfect, and this she
adilesl with her own fur hinds There
ere no trices of btittirinilk. it hnd nil
lss.n nlisorbisl tliniugh the ires 1 1 the
eloth into the earth It i impniluble tli it
thejoungladj will go on making butter
after this ininner, but her method nnv
indicate thut there is shortlj to Is- a revo
lution in the art of butter miking The
new w.iv his to rexsimiiienil it agreatviv
in,; of Iilior, and, one would saj. of care
as wed! Iu these wonderful days it is mi
possible to prophes) what great and mo
mentous re-ults may come from such a
InpiKiiing as this North Convva) Cor.
sitorw of Of.terii.ir MarniH.liike
Govirnor John fc Mann muke, of Mis
5oun, is ,V vears old and a coulirmeil
Jiihilor Dunugthe war he was a Con
fisleratecavalrv gemral and mule n rep
utntion as a d isumg tigtiter His soldiers
tell this storv of his leading a charge All
1 iv the gem ral's forte-s hid Iks; n skir-jii-lmu
null the I'nion trooiw around a
town in Missouri, tin ill) the town was
r.tereil and a charge ordi led up the main
stmts The l"nIon eavulrv postesl nt the
otlier end of the town gave the relis a
warm reception Gen Marnuiduke's
horse was shot from under him He
eskesl a pnvite to diininiiit and leaped
niu, i his hon-e The private had a big
jsiir i f sjulilh- liags hung over the rear of
'us saddle, stuffed with suudr) merchan
dise Clapping spurs to the horse the
giTienl was soon II) iug through the streets
nt a npid jiace
Women and children, those who wpre
brave enough to look out of the windows,
lietin to )ell and lingh, and the brigade
the general was lending broke forth with
loiiil shouts .mil peals of merriment I roni ,
lit!i s.idlie bigs long strips of riblsm
t'rn.niisl in the breeze and fluttered
nls.ul the he ids of the horses in the rear
The pouches on each side of the horse '
were winding out riblmn almost asraindlv
also began to swing out.
n ,:,..t ,i. .
onW for encouragement nnd continued
rnfd in the town le penera, an(
helped himself at the drv goods stores to
everj thing he could pat his hands on
The general laughs at the joke now, but
JV " " " s j t a cw.au u. mn
was sunn uunug lue war. .w lora
Mall and Expresa,
TltlOriC AXI KLO-
HiB Reply to Qoveraor Wilson'i
Insulting and Disloyal Tirade.
Kx-Attoraj Clnrml tlolllagtworth. Who
Waa Pr Pt Throughout tho Kaolllnff
acooo, GItos (Iraphle D0rlptloa of
tho XThol Affair.
C vttlZ, M'pt 5 1 he Wheeling demon
Mration will ko down to historj as one of
the most remarkable evtuts of this de
cide The course that Governor Wiln saw
lit to take lias certainlv ircnted a most
remarkable sensation in evr) quarter,
but moreesHxtallv in extern Ohio, I'liin
KTlvaniaaud West Virginia The Iemo
crats criticise him Ins nise he was w
M upid as to prance into the nng with a
chip on his shoulder ami shouting, "Some
Issly knock that chip oft,1' and then get
tiug knocked out in the first round He
is i ritlciseil by his ow n party friends for
no needlessly rimni'.g against a Kuckeve
lmu saw on his on premises A mightj
etTort has lieen maile bv the Wheeling
lxxidle crowd to 'iold Governor Fornker
responsible, win ii ,n fact Governor Wil
son was the sole raiis of the strife It is
needless to saj tint the Governor of West
Virginia would not care to have the exe
mnce repeatisl, an I in the future will
wear a lump In hl hat with a new of
discovering what ol .tructions lie in his
pathway. The old veterans are great I v
el lUsl over the siiciiss of (rovernor For
nker, and the able moaner in winch he so
gracefully ilid up the "patriotic" Gov
imorof Wist Virginia
Hon I) A Hollingsworth ex attornev
Ceneral, was an eje witness to the whole
ntTuir, and in an interview with him held
at his home, in this place, he gave your
correspondent the following account of it.
The correspondent asked
" t the afternoon meeting did Gov
enior Forakerin his speech saj an) thing
calculated to arouse partisan feeling, or
drop nnv wonl that would ju.stlfj anv
Mich construction "
In reply to this, and as an account of
the whole atTair, General Hollingsworth
"I think not that is to miv, not unlets
liis remarks that the captured rebel flags
lx longed to the soldiers of the L'uiou who
hail captured them, and their disposition
should be left tu thern His speech was
oulv such as a man so well gifted and a
soldier would make at a reunion of sol
diers Among other things he said that
Democrats and Kepublicaus agreed that
Iee surrendered to Grant, that the reliel
nag went down that this government
must be perpetuated, and that there shall
never be but one flag iu this countrj, and
that flag the stars and stripes. Xo com
munist flag, no rebel flag, the stars and
stripe are good enough for all He com
plimented the citj on its non partisan
decorations, and part Icularl) indorsed the
one which read, God bless our I'resi
dent,1 and said that he hoped the Al
mighty would bountifully bless him and
v arious deeds of the old soldier.
Uuvernor vv nson broaglit on the fight,
and, as It appeared to me and to a num
ber of gentlemen with whom I conv erseil,
that he did so to set himself right with the
lmodle Democrats of the city, who were
evidently offended b) his utterances of
the day before
"Suffice it to sav that Governor For
aker, and the patriotic sentiment of the
lo)al states, vai grossly misrepresented
and maligned by the executive of the
state of West Virginia and on the soil of
West Virginia, ami that Governor For
aker, not having the fear of West Vir
ginla's gov ernor before his eyes, resented
the insult in a most manly and patriotic
minner, and to the entire satisfaction of
the tvs in blue and other loyal citizens,
who cheered him to the echo
"I was sitting on a lounge with Gov
ernor Foraker and Gen Gibson, not ten
f H-t from Governor Wilson, when he was
speiking ami listened to him carefully
Gov ernor Ik-av er aud Governor Foraker
hid previouslv spoken and their speeches
were unexceptional even to the most fas
tidious Democrat There w as not a par
tisan reference made bv either of them
It fact, their speeches were composed
simplv of pleasant generalities and com
pliments for old soldiers and the hospi
talitj shown thmi by the citj of Wheel
ing. and such rernsrks as are usual in re
!Kinse to a serenade
"Hut when Gov ernor Wilson was called
out he commenced a regular political har
angne. which soomlegenentediuto gross
abuse of the itepubliuiu pirty ami its
le i lers His abuse gre-w personal to Gov
ernor Foriker. and. among other things,
he charged him with coming into West
Virginia and seeking to stir up partj
strife and bitterness under the pretense
of attending a reunion of old soldiers
and that Governor Foraker might as well
understand at once that the 'blood) shirt'
president had been elected In this coun
try. Among the man) patriotic utter-
antes of Gov e rnor Wilson, he said that
he recognized no distinction between the
blue and the gra), and that they were
alike to him At this point I remarked
that such sentiments ought not to go un
challenged, and said tht either Governor
Foraker or Gen Gibson should reply.
They eacn refused Gov ernor Foraker on
the ground that he hail al ready spoken,
and that he ouht nut as a guest of the
reunion committee suffer himself to be
drawn into n political controversy. He
was, however, so indignant that he left
the mom and did not listen to all Gov
ernor Wilson hul to say. At the conclu
sion of Governor Wilson's speech loud
calls were made for both Governor For
aker and Gen Gibson Governor Foraker
having left the room, I urged Geu Gib
on, who was still loth to enter into
controversy with Wilson, that he must
say something, if nothing more than that
the views and sentiments of Governor
ilsou were not those of the loyal men
who had suppressed the rebellion The
rails for him to speak grew louder and
louder until tlnallj the old vateran went
out. anil In one or two sentences com-
plitel) iliiuohshed Governor Wilson's
theories of the war and the relative posi
tions in history of those who wore the
blue and the gray Among other things,
he suul that the north was right and the
south was wrong dunng the war, and
that this fait and the distinction should
never lie lost sight of at reunions or else
where "At this point the controversy ought to
li ive leases! for the good of the reunion.
and especial!) for the reputation of Gov-
but his injudicious friends
again called him out, and he responded
most vindictiv e allusion to
the election of I'resident Hayes, who was
also a guest in the city tbe same as Gov
"In the meantime Governor Foraker had
returned to the room and listened atten
tively to most of this second speech of
Gov ernor Wilson. At its close a tall, long,
lond and persistent, waa again made for
Governor Foraker, who was still loth to
appear, atnl its was only atter much per
suasion bv in v self and a number of lead
ingcitizrus of Wheeling that hecorsenteil
and went forth to repl) Hut having
once taken up the ihalletige there was
nothing to do but fight it out and he pro
tessleil to make one of the liest speethis
of his life He lltenillv tin) ts! Governor
Wilson, and so i nVitlialh excised his
secession m ntinu nts that tin re vvivs not ti
lug left of them I have st itel. Gov
ernor Fornker's speech, was rcMirtcd with
substantial accuniiv ill the Ciueiuimti
( omlili n ml Gazette of the .Nth inst ,
and I can onlv udd that it was the grand
est impromptu defense of Kepuhliran
principles I ever heard from the lips eif
an) man Govirnor Wilson's friends
fiirlv writhed under his siorehing elo
quence When he finished it vvas aj
pirent to all but the most stupid lioiirhoi,
that Govirnor 1 1 on was Used up but
his friends again msistisl that he should
npl) to Govirnor Fornkir This wa
the most fatal sti p of all He (nine for
ward and attempted to replv but his re
marks soon Ihh inn common place person
nlities aud amid the hooting and i it
calls of old soldiers. i piihluans and
Camden Democrats ilike he ritinsl to
the pnvac) of his own room
"Aperfit vi II then vvuit up for For
aker. whe bv this time was imbued
with the i.unt,' and prouiptlv resHndisI
without urging and proceed to finish up
his illsseitiou of Govenior lison s io
"It is statesl in the paper." I remarked,
' that Governor Foraker mated Governor
Wilson with dlsresjiei t and did not prop
eilv observe the propr eties of the ocea
ston Is that so"
"On the coutrarv " aaid Gen llollings
worth, ' lie treiteil Governor Wilson
most (iiurtisuislv, mil culv struck bat k
whin attatked When Ids friends tin
dertook to disturb Governor WIUou
while speaking he rame to the front and
appealed to them to keep silent and
listen to what Governor Wilson had to
isiv, but when Governor Wilson's friends
iu like mantitr lnterrupiisl Governor
Foraker he had nothing to sav, and bv
his sih me e luoiingeil the riotous disjio
sitionof hisfruiils ftir it was over
Governor Forakir person illv and iu inv
presence, mvitesl Governor Wilson to
visit turn with his faiuilv at Coliiuibus
nnd promised him a nival aud gem mils
Whit seuncd to lie the etTeit of
thoeioutrovirsV on the siple of Wheel
"I am imilile to sav I run lined at
the hotel until the next morning, ami
heard the subject discussed bv Gin Golf
aud other distinguished Wist Virginians
The) all regrettesl tint Governor Wilson
hail given ik elusion for the eoutrovcrsv
and espectallv that it should have taken
place at a n union of soldiers but at
the same time thnr broul smiles in. h
late satisfaction at the ouUoine It was i
fresiient n mark that the oratorical ills
pla) ou Govirnor Foriker's pirt vv is one
of the grandest of the age "
ATTrNTIOV Kit Ml MrV
We want to call the attention of all the
young men who are nesting their first or
Kccoud vote this jear to the f lit that the
Kepublicsu ticket is composed 1 irgely- of
joung men, aud iu ever) leganl is worthy
and de'serv iug of their support It is a
ticket which anv mm cm tie proud to
say he cat his first vote for, and all the
joung men are coming enthusiastically
to its support Iu everv township and
voting pretintt in the state Dure should
lie one or more orginizatious of joung
men formed into a club known as Foraker
clutis, and the young men should lie
ruulur In thulr attendant at the meet
ings Documents, speeches ami informa
tion which will give an insight into the
questions of the dav can be setunsl from
your county committee or from the state
committee on application There is no
higher duty than that all assist in the
election of officer- for the government of
the state and count), and the men who
are for the first time assuming this grive
responsibility should be sure that their
first vote is lieing cast right There is
nothing in the Democratic platform or
ticket to attrwt the voung men, and the)
do not want to start out their political
lives by uniting with a p irty of frauJ
and corruption w hich has no svmpitln
with the true interests of the pesiplc, in
sults veteran soldiers who fought to pre
serve the country that all are
called upon t assist in gov i rning Young
men, consider well this suhject and cast
your vote for the partv which von lie
lieve to lie on the right s de of public
questions ami we have no doubt jou will
cast it for the Republican candidates
Pi rii in
(Jov ernor Foraker addressecl
his interrogatories conn rning the rein 1
flag order to the vv rong person w hen he
propounded them to Thomaa E. 1'owtll
Let the governor duplicate the queries
and send them to Thomas il llcCornitik ,
"There are more wavs th in one to skin a i
cut is an old adage, espetiaUv applicable
to ll is mixed up question of identity.
Hjrtip of Figs,
Manufactured onlj b) the California Fig
S)rup Co , San Francisco. Cal . is nature's
onl) true laxative. This pleasant Call-1
fomia liquid fruit remedy mav be had at
Dr. Casper's drug store, 50c arid SI bottles, i
It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
ive remedy known to cleanse the s)stem; to
act on the liver, kidne) s, and bowels gent
ly yet thorough!); to dispel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation,
indigestion, and kindred ills.
The safe now in use at the recorder's of
fice at Oroville. Cal, was made in New
York In 18t3 It is the first safe that the
county ever nsed. having been used b) t e
treasurer at Bidwell's Bar. It is now so
old that it has holes in Its sides, but it can
jei noici considerable coin.
If jou desire to possess a beautiful com
plexion take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It
cleanses and purities the blood, and re
moves blotches and pimples, making the
skin smooth and clear, and giving it a
bright and health) appearance. Take it
A watermelon bought of Will Eaton, of
Kochelie. HI , was found to contain in the
verv center of the core a silver Hnr
closelv wrapped in a Si silver certificate
There wasn't a scratch on the melon to thovv
mat it had been tampered with.
JT . crrr. or troubled with
Windy Colic. Teething Pains or
Stomach Disorders, 'an be rel'ieved
at once uj Mlng Acker's Baby Soother.
It contains no Opium or Morphine.
nence la aafe. i'rico 25 cents. Sold b
Frank U. Coblenti, corner Market aid
mi MiU9pn'sksJsrsj VL A
MLW. - l & pinbrj VI M
g mf tnitlnisJTia IniriOMq Apo XsjjA "
mT T -TP'mujN ll"l ! h?-i r A
nl "hyhoi Tfljiinyaa Ifj i
klX OIICLUIOIIV tjV'V t
Don't I mitti nt Nrrvona People.
Their sufferings are ver) real, although
jou, witli )our vigorous h)slque and
strong nerves, can satielj believe it.
Kather suggest the use of Hostitter'sStom
ai h Hitttrs which. In removing evir) trace
of d)sM psia, and n gut itlug the liver and
bowel-, strikes nt and extirpites the most
prolific cause of i brume mrvoiis trouble
That nerve-shattering disc is... fever and
ague, is among the formidable iilments, to
the reiuovil of whiih this gmial remedy is
speciall) adapted Nervous prostration,
resulting from proloticed mental or phjsl
cal effort. Is also asfateof the s) stun win re
the intervention of this totiit Is ver) desir
able, more partlcularl) as its use is to quiet
and relax the ti iisiou of ovi r-wnuight
nerves. The llittirs are invaluable In
rheumatism, neuralgn and kidne) troubles.
Finplo) no siibstitnte for it
I The It v. Mr llriiske, of Itovommon,
Mich , shot and killed a badger while on
his wa) home from his trial for -hooting a
deer out ol season
CATAltHHCrUEl). health and sweet
breath secured, h) Mnloh's Catarrh Keine
d). Price 50 ci nts. Xasai Injection free.
For sale b) F. A. Garwood.
A floating exhibition nf Spanish pro
ducts will mike a tour of the South Ameri
can ports with the object of opening new
uarkeis for bpauish goods
Ciislilotiril In It, sj Cuius.
inclosed in lips tint part in smiles like the
oiening rosebud, the teeth gleam with daz
zling whiteness if the chiiuiiiig pose-sor
uses beautifjiiig MIVOHOVI, which
cleanses and blmclits the tteth without
abrading their enamel like mineral prepa
rations designed for the same purpose
This agreeable odorous and silutar) irticle
not onl) benefits tlie teeth and cuchances
the beaut) of the mouth, but removes
e inker, am) remedies ulci ration ot the
CttTws Coot, Cold, HornSMi, Owsnx Aichms,
finioclLltta.WfiMsiur Couch InclrscntConsmrp
uUBUs tloivaod rtlieie coammiu.
. lh UufM lYt-olfrru. Can-
ivnoni ta aklranfTd naini
If ION. Ill ItCIlUUHl VT Hull 9
Cviak Syrmp Is rl 1 t-vj In
vhilt rr.i2". " hr w r
nvitrt Tn(l-5.rV ts tt
Altutmimtima Orx (.
strip Caution titU " I tho
fk(T-lniilUtrnturroCJ An X.
hU A C Mtwrr t O., Scio
iTwp s. lURlmore, lid, Ulkl
fhrw laiBCe"! Plaes-Thij arrat Tokoero Ab
H4ou! mos lO t uvbU lit aU firuuiMs,
ASK TOE THE
No bones over
hip to break.
ed to the form.
Doable Bone! Double Steel! Doable Beam!
Simple Duplex Corset by mail, post paid,
for ONE DOLIJUL
Bortree Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich.
ABE STILL TRIUHPHAM"!
For fifteen vears tbevharesteadllT calned in
favor, and with sales constantly Increasing
have become the most popular corsetthrougb
out tbe United Mates
TheOqualltyls warranted to wear twlceas
long as ordinary eorsets We have lately in
troduced tbe ll and H-ll grades with extra long
waist, and we can furnish them when prefrm d.
Highest awards from all the world's great
fairs Tbe last medal received Is for first de-
free of merit, from the lateexposltlonneldat
while scores of patents have been found
worthless, the principles ot tbe illore Fitting
bare proved Invaluable.
Retailers are authorized to refund money. If,
nnnn ev.iminiitlnn. tht. pnnKt. An nut tin,..
I is represented
For sale everywhere Catalogugetreeonap
LAMJIMtt k CO., N. T.
nAska!!- UriswtimsaHsnn fVaV Omaliu - 1
i m w " S.T. w . i iib nsvw v uij, osvuwj
AflbcUdna. 8ca Ghent or pln la any part, local
wim. RHth iwiatf.w Tinaul..tti. . ca)
vr uw. u M..11OT1. qmctiy m wotn uopfiwwr
u ppUMl. Preprd Crora Btirpindx Piteh
Uopft. AetalnaUntW,eurvaulcUr. ThcmU
MttinstliemiiplMtcTeTcr known. AllnAj
tOBpplx. Sold brdrufffftet and ooontrr atortv.
Ueta, fort 1 001C&. led torpriM. PnpfS
mrm, avr xib;x& uu., iloauiS,
i an (MffirM' coWi
ton of th hntni vtfru
Am ot th nottrtls,
t'tr-tiucu ant Mrvit,
averting tk lunyt An j
am t muruM i sc rtte j
thr J..cVirje 14 iientuf
tth a I
sifii'tf triA a burning 1
srinttum Thrrr are!
M'irrf iiMitmM of tnrtt-
tng frjumt atttck nfi
neiuxtn xcaiery or it-
flame l yrt
Ely's Cream Balm-HAY-EEVER
A particle 1 applied Into each nostril and ti
airreeable. Price 50 eenta st lruralits. by
mall, rifiiterea. ("-0 eti KLY RR0S . Drmc
Hltn 2tttrtenwlchbt, New York.
'Judicious Advcstisinq is tmi
I consistent with I
fsjj. PE9IN1IIOV1L WAFKBll are
P5 sucoMsfully ums! monthly by over 10 000
r jlodiea. A re Safe, hffcctualand Pleasant
J il per box by mail or at druggists. Sealed
" sBir iculan 2 postage stamps. Address
Tsa Kcasju, Chsvimi. Ox, Dsraorr, HVcb.
For Male by (Tank H. ColiUotx and AT.
akhau, A Cu.
tmnA-C""L",nnX: HFTHIIPni IT AN
ficSMASitsr ;" ' "" w ""
wmiolvv, iiriTiiinn rr
ruivrrvra'BS if I nnt m t fl fl M 1 1 1 I I
rm . --i am. k I llll n U L I
mV ?& IHII HI IUIH Mlr I
PX y j&m suii iiiiiiit. i i
THE NEW QUININE.
HEW STRENGTH J
A I'OnbKrL'l. TOMC
That the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPECIFIC FUK MAI.AKIA,
KHEUX ITI.N.M, NEK VOLS PROSTRA
TION and all (term Iliseages.
TIIF MOsT sciKVTIFIl' sM s( rkss.
Fl 1. HLO'ili PI KlrlLR. superior to qulutne
Kev vv m hucis. Heetur i.race Church Ra
venna. I) . writes "I cortliallv endorse has
ktne as being just what ynuclilm.anexceltent
substitute tor quinine, with none of Its bad
effects !rs Lucas bad a serious form nf ma
IsrU.aiiit was confined to tier bed for months
kaskinebad tier up ami around In a few days
ind In i short time cured her "
The Vgeutnf kAsklNhhas on Public kx
tilbitinn a rem irkable M NIkIN.or model of
the human bodv. show I ngth- stomach. Heart.
Lungs. Liver, spleen, kidneys and the other
organs and pirts In Health and In IHsease
lly an Inspection the afflicted can tee the
nature antUHitlon of their troubles and I
learn how kasklne relieves and cures them '
Letters frnm ftie above persons giving full
details, will he sent on application I
k isklue can be taken without any special
medical advice !l per bottle. or six bottles
forjl sent by mall on receipt of price. i
KsjKINE CO ,M Warren bt ..New ork I
dminiNlraior'rt iSnIe of Keal tnta.?..
Id pursuance ol an onler nf theprolinte
court I itreene county. Uhl . I will uffrr for
Halt at public auction on .iturilay, the .4th
day wt September. A I , lv7. at 1 o'clock j ,
m .upon the premises-, the following described
reil estate, situate tn the county of Clark iml
state of Ohio, and lu the city of priiinfiVid,
and boUDded aud described as follows, to
Hcttii: the vmth part of lot number eighty
nine V) as the s-me is numbered and desli;
n itea on lerulni s plat of the town (now city
otsprinKfU'Id !eki mini; itthesuthwetcor
nerof sild lulon the east llneof-prtrijstieet
and it the northwestcjrnerof theit prison
or station house, thmcerunntucw ith t he eist t
une oi sprint: street north st vetiiy two r-et.
more or les, to a staki in the south side of an
alUy. thence eist pirillel with the south line
of said lot niiu ty uine ) feet, inoreor less.
to a si ike In the rist line ot said lot. thence
south wtth the e-int line of said lot seventy
two feet, more or less, to tli southeast cornt r
of Slid lot theiue west with theouth line of
s-Md lot ninety nine feet, more or less to the
place of beUnntnc
pprafed it ,
Terms of silt ne thirl cash In hind, one
third In tine ear. and one thirl In two years
from the day f sile. with interest it per
cent, the pa)intufs to be secured by mort
Base upon the premises sold
duiiuistrator of Mary . Ihornton. de
ceased J1 o Th
PlKM'tNT to tbe command nf in execu
lion of s lie Issued from ttie court of com
moil pleas of dirk county. Unto, and tonie
directed ind delivered. I will otter for site at
public auction at tbe south door of the court
I house ot said county, lu the cltyofpringnehl.
sm..r,ii.T, .eFieiii.ier .ill, A 1. . nn . ,
atl ii clock p in. the following described
m .rtgaged premises, t.v-wlt
Mtuated tn tbe c uiity of CI irk. state of
lililo. ind cttf of sprtugfleld. belug lots No
111 J. el.i. ViH and olsS. as numbered and des
Igtiatetl on a plat of lots laid out by tbe heirs
of Alex Mccretght. sen . deceased, and re
rorded In Plat book No il' T. Hark count),
The said remises appraised as follows
1. it No Bli at JIT'. No Wt it - m. No
&llat:'ti No 'Us t ). said premises ap
praised as a whole at i2.l75
Mid lots will be offered sepante and as a
whole and sold in the way tint will rrilize the
said above dessrlbed premises to be sold by
the order of the court of common pleas ot
Clark county. Ohio. In cave No SJTl. wherein
klleul) l.ssley. executrix. Is plaiutm. and J.
J Mltchill et al are defendants
Terms of sile I ash
WILLI VM It IUKhlt.
MierliT Clark County. Ohio
Pb.im.li A Johsfos, Attorneys isto
Accepting i plat of lots lild out by I W Frey
In addition to the City of frprtngtleld. 0
Menus 1 Ileltordilued by tbetitycouncll
oftheclt) of :prliigneld. Ohio. Tint the plat
of lots 1.1.1 out b 1. W. rrev. as of the .lite
of ALgust hth. Iss7, in a Idltlon to said city
Is hereb accepted, and tbe streets and ahejs
designated thereon are hereby declared to he
puuuc streets, anevs and Highways ot said
mc- said acceptince is upon the express
condition that said city shall be forever ex
empt from the payment of any damage what
ever.anl all persons shall be forever barred
from nnlntainliig any claims for damages
agiiusisiia cuy resulting io property abut
ting upon any of said streets and alleys from
the grading, cutting, filling or other lmpiov
tug or repalrlug by said city of any of said
streets or alleys
mc 2. This ordinance shall tike effect from
and alter lis legxl publication
Passed September tth, lss7
E T. THOMAS.
J. . Mi-eLTi. City Clerk JUm
,SIp of Desp-rcte Calms.
THK undersigned, assignee In trust for the
x uenrnini inecredltors.it o 11 Anderson,
will sell the desperate claims belonging to the
estate of O II Anderson at public auction, at
bisla offlce. room 11 vrrade building Mirlnic
field. Ohio, on the 17th day of September, A 6
lv"7. at Ilia in
Terms c ash
212td ill ASK STEW MiT. Assignee
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
bss been duty appointed and ijualllled as as
signeein trust for the benefit of the creditors
ot Jacob kuntznian and tipttolt A tham
Pine JOskl'U LllA.VPt.NE.
August W. A I lis;. lunb'ss
Rooms 56. Mltebell Block
8.K Cor. Main and Market Sta.
aaivaa or ecaiso tuts turns
5H. UMHUCKER. and 57 Areade. Print
er. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer,
weddtnggxidi and calling cards a special ti.
Only the Best Beef, Mutton
Lamb, Vee! and Pork for
Wm. Grant's Sons
16 E. High St.
w. A. (J ROSS & CO.,
5rt West Main street. Old Prlscoll Building.
sprlngfleld. 0 Office open day and night.
Telephone So 3W
W A 01l0s. x. A 0R0;o.
Residence over Office. Hi t. r actory.
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