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MnmcAM WWWf agptmjg towesbay, .tmatma. jtoly 11. tegs. St.' JVC iv -! tra. ;f PVS? 5 Qsh- !" KEEP COOL! COMMENCING JDLT'3, ALL Go at cost Desirable Btyles for menT" young men and" boys. DROP IN AND SAVE MONEY. Jlatter nnd FarnloliPT, S E. JHaini : FALLING ON THE STAGE. sba Actress Telia How It I Done Dongr warn y HTFBS O Getting Hurt. "Want to know how wo falir said tha J . beautiful, graceful woman. "Why, bee. y j. a- mis way. J;irstyonr knee, and then your !tji tup, and then your shoulder, and you are down; and the graceful figure was prone on the carpet with outstretched arms. Every fold of her lace drapery in the pret tiest possible place, not an inch of her rankle or gleam of the snovy bklrts was ' -visible, audtho falling has been as nolso less and graceful as a butterfly's din and swoop down to tho heart of a rose. Then, with a supplo grace and quick, agile spring, she was on her feet in a second. "In this way sideways, you see," and with a dip aed curve and .sweep of the lace draperies, down she floated as swift and noiseless as a swallow's downward sweep, and sbo lay apparently lifeless, with her face hidden. Another little spring and she floated backward into a chair so limp and faint that even the smile" on her lips hardly reassured you that it wasnt an actual sudden faintness.' "We are taught In the schools, and practice on a rug at homo first, J on know; anil of course wo get many bruises while learning. "Vo fall first to tho knee and then to the hip, the shoulder, and down. Of course we do this very -slowly at first , and awkwardly, but we do it over and over again until one fall blends into tho other so completely that you cannot dis tinguish It. Oh, yes, it is hard at first, but all there is to it is to take all the will out of jour bodv and collapse. Make your muscles Involuntary and Inspired with tho part you are playing, so that at t tho proper time you will fall almost un consciously, ana then you won t bo hurt. Onr prompter fainted the otW nlo-ht. and loll and hurt himself very badly. Now. I could fall in a faint a hundred times and not be hurt you boo my fall is ju unconsciously mechanical action. You go into a familiar room in the dork and your body will unconsciously take tho right direction to avoid coming in con; - tact with the objects in tho room, so my 'body take3 tho mechanical curve and L r poiso requisite to avoid a hurt without juj. uiinmng anyuung aoout it 11 1 mose nysell pertoewy Inert givo myself all up, you know. Uttvf l "ve oecn nurt several times, ohose tun laswoneu stonim siairns trpm trjirn. erouajafljurs, and very often when play-. jj wit six miiamuuir siogo wo were nun. I remember going down bang on my nose once almost broke it. Everything was dark for a minute, and then there flashed out all tho constellations known to man. f , uujvei3u moTouisi uavcni neon dis covered, but I went on with my part and 3 .-no one knew. Then I had another fall v-, that made my hip-black all over thought ' that would never iret well, for I liad to fall on it every night, no .matter howlf nun. "Are wo afraid of being hurt? Oh, no J ivearoconstantlvindamrer. Great limirw things are .hanging over our Loads that, if somo stage carpenter shall blunder or some plecQ of" machinery break, would como down and moke short work of us. 1 had a heavy iron bar fall not four inches from my face onco, and a man cut my forehead with a dagger, and other people have accidents, but wo don't think any thing about them after it Is over. Like "nervous people on shipboard fancy before they sail that they are going to think of their danger all tho time, but two days out they will forget all their fear and feel as sale as on land, bo wo throw our selves down on tha boards and roll off sofas and dawn terraces and out of chairs. knowing wo might "break our bones, but never thinking of Jt. No ono ever did such a fearfully dangerous. thing as that Juiss letter, though. It seemed strange tho papers didn't speak of it before, for it inst soeinod erupl fnr her tn ptwlinippf 1m- .her health and even her llfa just to mako' one more luuny point in too play. ""Men say bonictimes that women fall . .more easily atw-ilghtly than tney-tbem-solves. -This may be true, for-women are supple, lithe and elastic and not so taU. for the fall is just as mechanical. People only watch tho pretty curves and graco- 'fnl sweep of a -Roman's drapery, and do not .see tho mcchaUcal 'studied action underneath. Wo float down very grace: iuiiy..uur tno ncatuig is uone as accu rately na a problem in geometry." New York Sun. " 7ot a Ureof aXuxOTT. Oh! I have had so many non-prcfes- s!onal people go into ecstasies over our t calling in life. Perhaps you think it a lifo of luxury. Well, it is not There are rehearsals and study and sowing and a .hundred other trying exercises that .keep you-busy iill you haven't-'time to write a letter home. Principals in a com- panyara ialwayath&-ivy-of chorus girl, and we go on calculating just when we, too, will bo shining lights. The stuff- that is written about our heart romances Is the merest bosh. Some of us are mar-J .ried and support husbands that is, soma chorus girls but not any in our com pany, and most of them have tender at tachments in tho company who will not permit a dude to get closer to us than )A hundred yards. I wish some of tho young ladies who are sighing to bo chorus girls could seo us at home, over our gas stoves, cooking frugal meals, or sitting for hours darning holes in our tights. I don't think after one little experience of this kind the ladies would care to undergo another. Let me tell you the truth: the chorus girl's lot is not so happy as it seems to bo not by several jugfuls. Chorus Girl ui uioue-ijemocrcL. y-.r: & j . Quick Time to.Uuautauqua . The"Be Line 10:iu a. nCrtraln now. nmafces direct connection at Brocton Juncr .tion foe MayvlIIe and Chautauqua lake, ar riving there at 730 p. m. No othrr Una " en mate this time. Round trip to May J villa !8 50. Itemember the time, 10:10 a. ra., and tne route, which Is tha Bee Line. Geo. U. Knight, Ticket Agent. B siH im m im m m Mtum HM M'K HHU M M. fl BsM osWsIM mm7 "m w Mmffi HI I m H I I I II I I I I I I 11,1 III l II llxl-1 I x. .-H- i-HiLI IrLi IHi l I I U I L. I ILLrn jjflr,lil.iu xiiaiE: ;W FRUIT JUICE To use la hot weather. It It Ur preferable to lcmoBi In making a fooling Summer Drink It U cooling, slightly dleuretle. and keps down terer and heat In. the system. It li a ratuable prerantite of SUN STROKE, At well as a mluable remedy In Fever. Nausea, Nervousness and Debility. Kidney Troubles, etc. Itcontalns no alcohol and Is healthtnl under all clicumstances. 1'rlet Wo a bot tie. He sure to get the Moaserrat brand. For sale at GASPER'S Drug Store, Main BU, Flther'allalldlDg, Springfield. LOCAL BREVITIES. a&tcrica. I Revised Versus oy QroverX My country, 'tis ol me. tweet land ot liberty. Of tne I sing. Long may my land be bright With free trade's holy light Protest me bv thy might, John Boll, my side.- Proftttor Adamt. A NAUGHTY OIltL. I offered her a cigarette, I did It as a joke; - I knew what answerl would get; "Von know I never smoke." Twas ail In fun, yon understand: Imagine my dismay -To see her take It in her hand And calmly smoke away. I thought yon never smoked, I said, - Keproof was In my eye: "I never, never do," said she ".Except upon the sir." "J Columbus Dtsyalch. Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Folger areJn Indian apolis. " Dr. L. JS. Ilussell was In Mechansburg yesterday. Jcdge Warnock, of Urbana, was in town yesterday.-- - "- Prof. Scnrry'g Big Four orchestra goes to Neers, at Vienna, tonight. Eugene Steward, of Springfield, li home on a visit Urbana Herald. , Clerk Bibbltts Is hard at work on his annual summary of criminal statistics. Mrs. Susan Dungan visited friends in Springfield Sunday. Urbana Citizen. Nothing doing in court today."' All the business for hearing went over or was set tled np. Miss Laura Cop, of Canton, Is visiting the family of J. I.'Barringer, at 39 north Market street . Dr. Wo. Teegarden, formerly of Spring field, now of Lexington, Ky., Is In' the city for a fewrdays. The school .board is going to erect Its spirit about tho morsel thrown at It by the tax commission. John If. Williams was the guest "of H. A. Toulmln,;over Sunday; at Springfield. Urbana-CWicn. .- Tho. infant son. of ,Mr. and Mrs. Ed Young died this morning. Interment will be made at Emory chapel. ; -BuaBryanfwh0118 visiting friends here for the past week, returned to Spring field tifismornlng. Urbana Citizen. "E.M.-Campbell, of Springfield, was In the city last night lie Is Interested in the - waterVorks contract Urbana CUtecn, Misses Hallie and Lillian Kelley leave "Friday on -a visit to Sidney, Ohio, where they wlllbe "the guest of Miss Ella Inger- solL - y A building permit was issued today to Frederick Smith for a .frame addition to his residence In the Fourth ward, valued at S100. i Mr. Frank: Fullerton, a former Spring field boy, Is up from Washington C. 1L to day, shaking hands with his many friends in town. Mr; Homer Calendar, tho photographer. Is bi Minneapolis, Minn., attending the national meeting of thn photographers of the country. ' Pamphlets giving tbi objects, rules, alms, etc., of the board of health can be secured at the" mayor's ofiice free. Every citizen ought to have one. Clerk Shewalter Issned a building permit to D. IL pids for a new frame building at thanorth west corner of Pleasant and Plum 8lreds.'valued at'82,000. Dr. AB. Leonard has purchased prop erty 'bTBrooklyiCN. Y. The family, with the.exeeptIon.uf Jars. Leonard, went from Springfield and took possession last week. Plqua CttlL "- There-will be a meetlng.of Golden Star chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, this (Wednesday) evening to arrange for at tending the meeting of the Grand chapter at Galllpolis on July IM. There will be a grand musical entertain ment by the Little Six band, and an exhi bition drill by the Patriarchal Order, I. O. O. F at the Central Kink, Thursday even in, July 12:,adraissiou ten cents. Jt was the siableot Michael Clancy, and not J.. J. Clancy, in which young McGolre, the July 4th housebreaker, was found tyes- terday "morning. "Both gentlemen ire gro cers, and the names were accidentally 'con fused. I rJrfJVT. McLaughlin as been elected a member of the corps of the hospital phy sicians, vice Dr. S. U. Miranda, resigned. Dr. McLaughlin will make a valuable addi tion to the highly efficient medical corps of the institution. - - . , Barn Dan, J , A barn danco-will-be given tomorrow fevenmg.-ln inauguration of the handsome new barn, near Vienna, thlsoounty.'of Mr. Charles Neer. It will bo a fin affair,! and guests will be present from Urbana. Lon don. Columbus, and this city. The floor is excellent. . ' - Adoitw ITlnelt. " Dolly Carter, the adulterous Cincinnati woman arrested for cobabltlng'wlth one Osborn, was fined 310 and costs and sent up for thirty daj s yesterday. n V . -J 's-.' COUNCIL TAKES ITS DOSE1, tint the School Hoard Will Klrkjon tha Tax Uonimlsston Medicine. Council swallowed the tax commlsslop custard last night, but It was with a 'face all puckered up with displeasure anddls tpproval. But when It came to tho chiding resolutions censuring the honorable body. I there was open rebellion. "What shall be done with the manifesto of this infallible body?" Inquired President Dlciu, in a tone that caused the brass torch-bearers on his desk to wrinkle up their faces. "Move they be referred to the finance committee for an appropriate reply," ex-J claimed Mr. Mast, getting to his feet In advance ot six" or seven other asoiranU. "What do wo care about this elaborate ex planation of the commission as to Its own Internal workings and hopes and joys? We ought to adopt resolutions paying them back In their own currency." "I move It be referred back to the tax commission," chimed In Mr. Bleo, with a grin. "Move we pass a vote of thanks to tho commission for pointing ont to ns Inwpnn slbln babies how to act" interpolated Mr. Little, with warmth. "I move the resolutions be referred to the cemetery committee for deopnt Inter ment" put In Mr. Netts. at which there was a general laugh, -Mr. Netts .leading the applause. ' Mr. Mast's motion finally prevailed, and It wasAO ordered. - - , Indications are that the matter will be wet with no such levity In tho ncholil board next Monday evening. In fact It doesn't take rare ej e-slght to see' that -there are breakers ahead. 'In the first place the board do not propose to accept the "emas culated resource, as one member expresses It which the tax commission has given them. They did not - ask 'for a rate; they asked for an amountdemandes by actual necessities. The law does not authorize the commission to take any such revolutionary step, the board claims, and the board will direct the auditor to certify the amount they first asked, Mr. George Winger, who is recognized as among the coolest and most able men In the board, talked Interestingly to a reporter this morning. In the first place, thn com mission allows the board but SSO.000; ' yet MK Frey, In Lis dlvlsiort of money Into funds, to which the commission agreed. made an aggregate of over 587,000. Mr. Winger advocates a lopping-on ot the unnecessary, branches In tho -schools rather.tban a-reduction of j the duration of the school jrear, ' HERE'S A STATEOFTHINCS. S. 8. Taylor Keeping tsaek tha City Build ing Very Surceasf ully. There's a'bad muddle In the work on the city market house building, and things are going to the demnitlon bow-wows. Every day proves more conclusively the enormity of the mistake In letting the con tract for the stone wor& of the foundation to S. S. Taylor, without stipulations as to when the work should be completed. His work,. In the first place, was to be certainly finished by June 1st according to the terms of the advertisement His time was afterwards extended to June 15th, but no penalty was attached in case ot non fulfillment Tnis was nuts for S. S. It Is now the middle of July. It will hump Mr. Taylor to get through by September 1st Ills work HAS TO OBTAIN A CERTAIN point In Its progress before Azel Smith can commence the brick work or Fur.ki Minahan go ahead with the superstructure. Ot course. It will not be September before these contractors can commence, but it will be weeks yet Funk & Minahan are cutting their stone and piling it np, but this Is all they can do. The large force Is in comparative inactivity. Azel smith can't lay a brick. .Everything is being held back In an exasperating way, and the building cannot possibly be gotten under roof by cold weather, as was intended. Therefore, the skeleton ot the prospectively magnificent structure will lie out In the winter and FREEZE AND THAW, AND THAW AND F1U.EZE, and be damaged just that much In conse quence. It is stated on good authority that Mr. Taylor has had but from three to five men at work all the.tlme, when ha ought to havn had a dozen. lie has relied J mi his own quarries fnr stone and they couldn't supply him enough. Hundreds of feet of "water-Iable" are needed, and not ten feet of It has been cut yet. 'TIPPECANOE AND TYLER, TOO." MechaulCftbarc in i.lne With a Club of Tulrty-Vlglit Mf-mb n. Mechanlcsbnrg Is among the first towns in this part of the state to organize a Harrison and Morton club, composed ot men who voted for "Tippecanoe and Tyler, too," In 1M0. The Neit-s. of that enterprising town, sajs. In Us last issue: "A meeting was held at the office of E. D. Morgan last Saturday by tho survivors of those who voted for -Tippecanoe Harrison in 1810. The meeting was a very enthusiastic one. our agod friends taking as much de light as they did In their more youthful days. A permanent organization was effected consisting of thirty-eight members and thn following officers were elected: F. W. Gteenougb, president: James (J. Miller, vice-president; Thomas F. Ogborn, secre tary; J. u. Magruder. treasurer. D. F. Spain, T. F. Ozborn a-d R D. Williams were; appointed a committee of three to draft by-laws. Oa motion a message of congratulation was sent to General Harrison." THE LABORERS IN INDIA. What Tim IJddj Learned by a Lone Kueldence In That Couutry. Mr. Tim LIddy, who was a resident of the East Indies fnr a number of yeara.sendi) a note to the liErrm.ic, in which be sajn: "1 was In the East Indies Jroin the year! 1859 to 1871 In 'the Erigllsb anny, and I traveled from tha Golf of 'rcrsia all through Central India to Calcutta In the Jlay.oLBepgaL.aad.diirlQ&TalL4liaL period I liecame well Informed .-asuo the wages naliTnatltes. I "can" vouch foi'ihe tnithful- tlr-f '-rery-rord Mrifoos eaid in Tils tariff speech reKardlBgwages In tliat country. .""'-'"V 'LknowOsoOthiatirjjrderTo make the imrmrn nf indla'ralMrwrieaL'thn irnvpm- went rfijulreo thSn to pay doable taxes ori irtery acre jr.riana inai jney roo not till. This I knojv waj-Ujevcaisehlle I was there. WhetoerJevalls yfil or not 1 do not know, i'-"1 Sfr ft' "The lahfffers bt this country certainly do not dfelret4imtl5nji)ar with the. laborers of ludftfwaclCwQfiU certainly; be the caseit broajit bLcbiupgtitlon." MjlrmaTl Harclary. HuTKlarsbrQoJulo OaiTo's shoe store on CJUfonitreetjlasTplgh't. by-ftrear window, aodjttoJe three pairs of ,iboes. " liZiTS ato5 rnrrr tri jrz. csc-j csti ercos sffOAaTr'oW Jiii-jv r 1 " IN ALL , LACONDA LACONICS, ltenuariBterrwtrrmn Springfield'! Lively Little Suburb. Mr. S. jr-CutriuM Is havlnz a atrcinrle t withthe flax. - - r Mother Grube Is still very sick and stead ily growing worse. . W. B. Alexander was prostrated by the beat a part of last week. Mr. W, XL BergerJs quite indisposed, and Is confined to the house. Morris Zimmerman lost a good borso the latter part of last week by heaL Martin Ganz Jr., has returned from a visit of a week's duration at CincInnatL In Our letter Of last KAtnrriav thn trnmi made us say that Aaron Brandt had gone I out for the I. B. & W. Co. What we said was that he had irnnn'ont fnr thn Wur.lur Bushnelt & Glessner Co. Our mechanics are still being sent out by the Warder. Bushnell & Glessner Co. to start the Champions, Minor Tuttle having gone to some point In the wast W. U. and Paul Grlndle to Michigan, and IL C. Nel son to Sandusky, O. We had a case of carelessness with fire arms last Saturday, which might have proved a serious matter to one of our citi zens. Messrs J.ihn Spelrs and Samuel Scott were fishing along the banks of Buck creek, near Morris Zimmerman's farm, when, as they were standing about six feet apart, a bullet whizzed between them. being nearest to Mr. Scott who heard the whUtla of the bullet very plainly. They saw 'the Hash of the gun on a distant hill, but could not see the man. , We wish that the eltv "powers that bo" had been out here Monday afternoon to have suen tho floods of water that came down our principal street and sutlers: to have seen how the street vas covered with water, and how the little, neglected gutters could not carry off the water fast enough," and -how the shops of the Warder, Bush nell & Glessner Company were flooded be cause the water could not get away quick enougn: had they been here perhaps tbey would make a trreater effort to do something for us. CLARK CO. CENTENNIAL SOCIETYr The Kgular Semt-Monthly Meeting Will i-iace Saturday, July 14Ui, at S O'clock V.TKp-r A circular was received frcmGen.UuraL and read at the Jast meeting ot the society. which requested answers to questions in regard to exhibits to be furnished as fol lows: Is What exhibits in history and arclueol- pg? , 2 What exhibits in science and educa tion? 3. What exhibits In art? -1. What exhibits In agriculture? 5, What exhibits In horticulture? a. What exhibits In live stock? 7. What exhibits In woman's work? 8. What exhibits In manufactures? 0. What exhibits in machinery? These and other questions were answered as fully as possible, and the circular re turned with the answers. At the next meeting the township committees and mem bers of the society ought to furnish still fuller Information to these questions. Sev eral persons vi ere added to the Buckeye log cabin committee, and the log cabin Is a fixed tact Gen. Hurst says, in the circular: "Eerv Indication assures us that our state exposi tion will be as grand in proportions as It will be excellent In character, so that we go forward with confidence that the cen tennial celebration will be a magnificent success." At the meeting Saturday,' July 14th, all are requested to come prepared to give as full Information as possible of the exhibits that will be furnished In tha several de partments as above. Secretabt. Terdlet tn a Condemnation Case. At 6 o'clock last evening the jury In the condemnation case of the Board ot Educa tion ot Mad liiver township vs. George Arthur et a!., returned a verdict fixing the price of the land at 8165. i win a? Banker Albert Netterot Cincinnati, has written City Clerk Shewalter that he will take up 810,000 worth of market house bonds today and the same amount Thurs day and Friday. A trust company river, Montana, and fence it In. has heard of Milk wants to skim and A New York lawyer propounded a hv- phthetical question of 873 words. GlKCINNflTll CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION I -i 1 ' - saT - JULY 4 to OCT. IW VJHts( . tW HW U"HaP''M GRAND JUBILEE, inn days 0 nights lOOthANNIVERSARYHLSETTLEMENTjLCINCIiraAX'i, The OHIO VALLEY MM NORTH-WEST TERRITORY, ARTSCIENCE INDUSTRY. MONSTER NEW lUltD.NBS," in tho heart of the' city, within ten minutes' ride of all hotels and stations."" ' GOVERNMENT, EXHIBIT of Treasures from tho War, Navy and other Jefiartments, the Smithsonian Institute, National Museum and-Fish Commissi) EXCURSION RATES from ,!! ;'8u!r' '' J .- t (., : ' : l -:-V THE NEW COLORS AT Tkwf tor H.brew eunw. There Is a great deal of meat killed hero fcr the consumption of the Jewish popu. latlon, and the method of killing Is very different from that adopted by the Gen tiles. The cattle are taken from the stalls, tied by tho hind legs, ropes are fastened around their heads, and their noses thrown up so that their throats are exposed, and then their throats are cut Ihls operation la always performed by an pflleer of the Jewish church, who alone handles tho meat and prepares It for tho market. He must bo a skillful man, not to say a courageous one, for it Is no small matter to handle these big cattlo and cut their throats. Tills throat cutting Is a revolting sight, and tho animal oxplres In great agony, falling In a pool of blood. Tho Instrument used is a long knife, with tho very keenest possible edge. It is drawn onco across an animal's throat, stoking deep into tho neck, which It some times newly se ere from the body. The killing must be done at ono stroke. Two would bo regarded as a mutilation, and mutilated beasts will not be eaten by tho Jews. After the killing, tho knife Is cleaned nntil.lt is absolutely spotless, and It is then wrapped in several layers of cloth and put away where no Gentilo hands mav touch it. All this killmir and dress ing is dono according to tho laws of the Jewish church.established and adhered to from time immemoriaL The person who performs tho office Is vested with tho au thority of tho Jewish, church, and it is for him to seo that he beast, in every part. internal and external, is in perfect condl tlon. else the carcass must bo rejected. Tho meat, when cleaned and dressed, is hnnir un in the ordinary way, but each I separate and distinct piece must havo the BC4U Ul IUQ bVIUUTOUUUJUUJbeU iU IV. 4UK? ceremonial I oertormed bv tho slouch 'terer lighting a stiek'of scaling wax with a candle, and then Impressing it 1th his seal, which is then tied through a silt in 'the meat mado by another knlfo. Thus every identical parcel of flesh intended for Jewish consumption is dressed and scaled, art If mni lwi fntaMMtlni. td nnA linr that the Jews oidy use tho forcquarter,- rcjoctimr tho hmdquarter altogether. 'Tlosjon Herald. The Accumulation of Manuscript. Now, it will hardly be said that there are not more than two hundred and fifty people in this country who earn their liv ing by their pens I do not know tho ex act figures; nobody does; but I should not bo surprised to learn that there were at Ioost .twenty times as many. And what becomes of all,the work that these people produce? A great deal is taken up by the cheap and obscure magazines, by the weekly story papers, and by tho dally papers whkh are reached by tho compara tively new "syndicate" system. But oil tlicso ore not enough; and yet these are all there are.. There still remain thou sands of writers who havo no vehicle foz their productions, even when theso ore such as tho editors of tho magazines and papers would like to print. Every editor will tell you (and tell you truly, in spito of tho skepticism of many of tho rejected) that what Is offered woulu to gladly uecepted. were not tho numbei of accepted end paid "for contributions already in excess of what tho magazine con ever hopo to use. The Century and Harper's, for example, havo In their draw ers MSS. enongh to fill at least two years isGUe; many of these MSS. havo been kept live years; somo longer yet; occasionally they will return a paid for contribution to tho author of it, with permission to sell it again. It might even occur that a magazine would accept a first r&te article, scarcely expecting to bo able to uso it. but 'n order to prevent a rival from publish lng it. I cannot assert that this has been done; but it is by no means impossible. What la truo of tho great magazines is truo in proportion oftho lesser ones. The supply exceeds tho demand; and if no author wcra to wnto a. line from now until 1801, tho periodicals upulJ ut ill Lave, barely exhausted their over abundant sur plus. JulLin Ilawtho.-ue in Belford'a. Ilot Weather Prices. This week we are offering special In ducements In a great many kinds of boots, shoes and slippers, wigwams lawn-tennis and low-cuts, preparatory to taking stock. This is no sham, cheap nor closlng-out sale, but real bargains, to reduce our sum mer goods. Many of these lots will go at about fifty cents on the dollar. Do not fall to call in and take a look. Staiikey & Scowdes, Kellyl" Arcade A hard ticket that of the pawnbroker. 27. AIT Buildings brilliantly illuminated by innumera ble Electrical and Gas Jets. - Wonderful display of ELECTRIC LIGHTING. AN ART DEPARTMENT of the finest collection of Paintings -and Sculpture TXt&EXMU3S5T j. J -" T- il !.' ' BANCFiOFT'S. 4 EAST MAIN ST. I -fUU. WEIGHT p?PRICt$ CREAM AKlNg Used by the United States Government Endorsed by the beads of the Great TTnlrerriues and Pnbllc Food Anilrats, as the Strongest Pnreat and mnet Umltbfal. Dr. Price Cream BiklnstTowder does notcontals Ammonia, Lima or Alum. Dr. Prlce'a Delldone Flavoring Kx tracu, v anula, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Koee, etc, do not contain Poisonous Clla ot Chemical. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO- Maw York. Chicago St. Loula. MERCHANT TAILORING! COIIRECTsfuiS isPBING GOODS GO TO 28 EAST WAIN STREET, SPRINGFIELD, 0. JUI DDIULfCDUnCrC . If. Dni(1nLllnUrr D System of Rprtal Treatment. , r r-BfB Ipflt? SSft ttSi frCiigQHHHtt ""HsH! -bb9b9b9b9b9b9b9b9bhsbbhbb VrlHn P H EffiV JKSBBSBmW Wv i ailirwmaBWB HOTEL. .DAY OF WEEK. JULY. AUG. SEPT. Sprlngheld, Arcade, Saturday, 14 11 8 Springfield, Arcade, Snnday, 15 13 "9 Urbana, Weaver, Monday,..., IS 13 8 CHAPMAN Atr C MINERS AND SHIPPIRS 07 JACKSON COAL. AND DEALERS IN ALL KIIVI3S OP COAL. AJST COBLE, DIAL IN NOTIIINU BUT THE BEST. OFFICE. NO. 91 KFM.T ArMTADF.. TRLF.PHONFS N03. Ifto Ar Vi " ' in i in i ' Mvrm if in ii'i in in rJiiiiB'iiiuHti'i.i-iB a-J .r.. UH. c. raa Va-giftr. SEMINAL PASTILLES. A BjieCcnfarltmrfotmltiklitT.ttTvnriitt WfiTBadhjrUciUXecaTl?oQiigtJMI3-- owAPaiBt AOsHVO iDrxviuiieviia isssai&rwsaa f 'iiiiism 1 1 isass flism st rilnl al I 1 1 1 n n -sum . i t sj Honchtaboat lty1iaawilan.Ex"mxriOymr-I3Ttin S"BKE2SE: trorsaaortoomts xituvi roar stuna wltk ttfaUvm rortwortoofrIiilvtaclMkUia.roamdc XkUlri.CIAOHrK-iwJ'hIUBrlJr3ipiiit. I llPAGXAOHPKv4hlllvftdraaiaMt. I UlTURK PERSONS can Httr FRCQ ever made in America, val ued at 31,OQO.OOO. Horticultural Hall of un equalled beauty. PIONEER RELICS from all parts of the North west. The great MUSIC HALL, devoted to Music, Spectacles IUST AT1T1 yaJrBa K Wf t&wii .VfflJ ifai Ifr-wS H wXLtmT SJ OJnLIO rVATrW flUPRICEi DEUQOUS Havorimb EXTRACTS I MWimrMBV Cun'8 Pi,PS without the useo Knife, Ligature, Cautery or UlaraP3- CUKE OF I'lLKX UUAn.UITU. SH,0O0 for JTallure to Our. n.tn infmnnprniTinKPFflMBHPii "" , un-HAiiy... iLuiuami... Dr. A. W. Brlnkerhoff A Sons, of Upper San dusty, have had some member ot their lira flsltlnicbprlnEneldeverTfoar weeks for tha lait-ttlsht vears. and have bad manTotSpriDi; field's wealthy and Influential cttlzen aa pa tients. Dr. W. C. Brlnkerhoff has arracie menta made to visit the eltv reit!&rl for a year or more, and fr the next three months will spend halt of his time In the city. In ourDractlceweendexrortonleasAKlv.fftw. Init a patient a full understanding ot hti ea txslore treatment, as to the number of treat ment requires ior carer price or eacn treal- Write A. W. Brlnkerhoff Jk Sons. Upper San- doskv, Ohio. forW page pamphlet. tfr.-W.C. Brlnkerhoff will rtiltaa follows: ! iii-i'ii'ii'rni-f:i-.ii. 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