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SSSSSSaSSgSaiA&tfee. .. ..CMS JStfSSS KS'RSSMiSSsrc&ww5JE5 i5K25Wr53&rt8 .,rtMagSKSiaair95Se rFSFvWB MtFOBLio, ME3DAY jtrawmiQ, AtJGteg ?, ibbsj. SSfi3srSs&5is3FlI B .-sfe i? KIRK'S WMttctebD FLOATING SOAP THE CHIEF For tho Bath, Toilet mod Laundry. Bnow Whit and Absolutely Pura. If joa dealer does not lp Whlta Cload Soap, Mad H nsu for sample cake to tbe makers. JHS. S. KIRK & CO., CHfCACO. f prtnafuU grpuMit TUODtT EVEHIUQ. AUGUST 7. 1888. REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET lElectlon Tuesday. KoTember 6, 18SS. For President. BENJAMIN UAUKISON. ot Indlana. For Vice-President, iBVI P. MORTON, ot New Tort For Electors-at-Larce. ABSALOM U. MATTOX. ot Hamilton. L P. LAM PSON. ot CuyahoEa. stEirnsi.ioiVN STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State. DANIEL.J. BTAN.ot Scioto. For Supreme Judge. JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. otMelea. For Member Board of Public Work. WELLS S. JONES, ot Pike. For Consress Elehth Onlo?Dlstrlct, BOBEKT P. KENNEDY, ot Logan. Tor Judge ot Common Pleas Court (Second BOBACE L.SMITU. ofOreene. EKPOBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Sheriff. A. J. BAKER. For Treasurer.' GEORGE W. COLLETT. or Prosecuting Attorney. CHASE STEWART. For County Commissioner, R. N. ELDER. t For Infirmary Director, JAMES BUFORD. For County Snrreyor. WILLIAM SHARON. The electioneering campaign In America ougbt to be most Interesting to the English .people tor historical, political, philosophical and economic reasons. The main question at Issue Is' Kncllah free trade acalost the Continental ststem of protec tion. The Republic Is on trial. Oood, con- serratlTe government, under Cleveland, Is opposed by the rnle and ruin party ot Blaine, whose friends nominated Harrison, and who would certainly be the secretary ot state under a Harrison administration. Thus the American people are directly Involved in the contest through their pockets, which will be Jteeted by the tariff, and thtlr future, which would be seriously Influenced by the restora tion to power of such a fire-brand as Blaine. ,, with his home-rule sympathies and antl Caaadlan policy. The American election Is Infinitely more Important to English anon, titan their own Internal politics just at this Juncture, and they sheuld observe every phase of the campaign closely and onderstandingly. It Is from this point of view that the copious dispatches to the S" atay Ttau are cabled. The result of the American election will help to decide xnany Important Isaac In Oreut Mritlao. London Stnitf Timrt, July 15. 1883. Springfield's Dew 3100,000 market bouse is fast taxing shjpe, and a magnificent building It is, too. Every voter should read and re-read the . extract from the London (England) Sun day Timet at -the bead of our editorial columns today. If any protest Is entered against the 'democratic methods, practiced at the Bir mingham (Ala.) elections. It will be done at the risk of being charged with flaunting the bloody shirt, A dispatch from that city tells the story. Is the Springfield Power and Heating Company a thing of life? If not, why not? It was given a valuable franchise, by the city, and the city has a right to know what Is going to be done with it. There is no MTor of natural gas hereabouts yet. Shoot, gentlemen, or give up the gun. Italian laborers who come to this country state-that they can live on ten cents a day In .Italy. Do the workmen of this country want to be put In direct competition with such? If so, vote for Cleveland and Tliur man which means free trade with all the pauper labor countries of the old world. The Xenla Torchlight, one of the oldest papers in this part of Ohio, was sold today to the Gazette people. The consolidation makes a strong paper. Mr. Chew, of the Gazette, is one of the most successful newspaper men In Ohio, and makes a strong and financially successful paper. Success to the consolidation. It has been stated that Major General John M. Schofield, who succeeds to the command of the army, is a democrat, but Major Blckbcm, who is authority in such matters, y: "General Schofield is a scholarly and studious man, of large aQr qualntance with men and affairs. He is nominally a republican, but it is doubtful whether he ever voted." Springfield should not allow the funeral day of General Sheridan to pass without suitable observance and ceremonies. Bat tery E should be employed to fire minute guns and the fire bells and church bells should be tolled during the funeral hours. The funeral will probably occur on,Friday which gives ample time for arrangements. Council should take action In the matter $eeight The democratic press of the country Is in groat trouble. One day General Harri son's nomination was dictated by the friends of Mr. Blaine and the next daythey have it that Blaine's friends are engineering this great reception for the American statesman for the purpose of slapping Har rison in the face. They are truly in hard rows. They stand "fust on one foot, then on t'other, and don't know which one to feel wust on, nuther." In the meantime the united republican party Is going right atong for Harrison and Morton, the protection ot American labor, the protection ot American industries and a full vote and a fair count in the south. The Prest hrs absolute proof, as it has already stated, that Mr. Jar Gould is an earnest advocate ot Cleveland's re-election. and that he has so declared himself to. more than half a dozen gentlemen. It is to his Interest that the candidate favored by the sugar trust, the whisky ring and the Stand ard oil clique should also be supported by his telegraphic monopoly. If the Star wants to know which candidate Gould finds it to his Interest to support, why doesn't it ask the Little Wizard himself? Better go slow, neighbor, until you know the facts. New York Prc$. This ought to settle it. The democratic party wUl have to father the "Little Wiz ard" and it Is welcome to him. The Kansas City Blaine club stopped at Indianapolis yesterday, en route to New York, and called on General Harrison. They were given a hearty welcome and a good short speech, and then were off again to meet Blaine. CONDENSED TELEGRAMS. A. T. Small committed suicide at New port News by talcing arsenic At Wilmorc, Ky., the wife of Pleasant urimes was struck by lightning and killed. William and Hartford McMulIen were drowned at Cyseyville, Mich., while bath ing. Francis McGrath, of Philadelphia, died of heart disease while bathing at Atlantic City. At Hammonton, N. J., John E. Elder was shot and fatally wounded by his son Robert, George Dunkin, a flagman of the Brook lyn Elevated road was run over and killed by a train. Thomas Harrigan, a tinner, fell from a building at Nicholasville, Ky., and broke both arms and legs. Edward Cruft, brother of the late Gen eral Charles Cruft, was discovered dead in his house at Tcrre Haute, Ind. John Boylan, aged fifty-six, of Birming ham, Ct, was drowned while attempting to swim across the Housatonic River. George Brehm, of Lancaster, Fa., was drowned while bathing at Shepperd'i Grove, Anne Arundel county, Md. Robert Jackson, (colored) was shot in Washington by Robert Payne, a young colored man, who gave himself up. In a quarrel between John Sims, colored, and Jason Blackaby, white, at Danville, Ky., Sims' head was nearly severed frost bis body. Hon. James Lynch, of New York City, formerly one of the (Commissioners of Emi gration, died at the Treruper House, in the Mr. Arthur G. Smith, an actor, and Via Alice Goodrich, of Cincinnati, cloned from Lakewcod, N. Y., and were married at Joayville. Hamilton G. Evart, of Hendersonville, has been nominated bv the Republicans for Congress from the Ninth North Caro lina District, Will Martin, of Mount Freedom, Xt., aged nine years, who was chastised by his teacher, set tire to the school house and destroyed it. John Alienton. wanted for "murder in DoSotto county. Miss., was shot and killed on a train, near Memphis, Tens., while re sisting arrest. - A picnic given by socialists and anarch ists, at Sheffield. Imi., for the benefit of the hanged anarchists, was attended by about three thousand people. While at work on the extension of the Derby Railroad, at Squantuck. Ct, a can of powder exploded in the arms of Anto nio .uevuta, an Italian, killing turn in stantly. In the course of a drunken quarrel, in Brooklyn, Andrew J. Martin struck Au gust W. Jensen on the head, fracturing bis tuU. Jensen will probably die. Martin was arrested. As Fred Peterson, a miner, was walking home, at Michigaunne, on the railroad track he stepped out of the way of a hand car approaching hint, and was knocked down and killed by another. At Lewiston, Me., John Lehey and James Connors were seen walking with two other men. Shortly atterw ard I.ehey was found dead and Connors insensible from stab wounds. Jerry Mii".illiuid!y, Michael McGillicuddy and Juiuci Connors have been arrested. A Kenr Standard of T,engtlt. Scientists ha e lour; sought for a fixed and invariable statulnnl of length. The measures in common n&e are mere arbi trary lengths, and, if the original stand ards should be destroyed, could not be ac curately replaced. The French meter is supposed to be a ten-millionth part of the quadrant of the earth; but the accuracy of the original measurements has been seriously called in question. The so called wave lengths ot light have been suggested as fnrnNhing an invariable numerical magnitude, but their excesIve minute ness and the difficulty of accurately meas uring them lune heretofore been an in superable objection to their use. Messrs. Michelson and Morley have now devised a method .of measuring these wave lengths, which they claim is prob ably accurate to one ten-millionth part. When it is considered that a wae length of sodium (ycllovi) light is only about one forty-thousandth of an inch, the delicacy of this method becomes apparent. What e cr theory may be held as to the nature of light, the numerical values called for convenience "wave lengths" are actual and invariable magnitudes of something; and, if the new method of measurement proves reliable, there will he no difhculty n obtaining a fixed standard of length which can be reproduced at any time or place. Popular Science News. The Club as a Weapon. From the earliest times, the club was a favorite military weapon, its primitive form being simply of a straight stick, much heavier at one end tlmn at the other, and adapted for use either by one oi both bands. With improvements in other Btvles or weapons, however, came the mace. The mace is a shafted weapon, consisting of a wooden handle fitted into an iron head, the latter being of many different styles. Some maces have phalanges on the sides; others ore round like an orange, and furnished with sharp projecting points; while others again are in.the shape of two imperial crowns placed base to base. 'The mace was a hoi soman's weapon, usnolly fastened to his saddle during the march, and, in nn action, suspended by a con round his wrist. It was a. favorite Vv-eaxm for fighting ecclestiastics, ot whi m there were many during the mid dle ages. Priests, by a canon ot the church, being forbidden to use the Bword, the mace, the lance, the halberd and sev eral other weapons of this description, were allowed to take the place ot that weapon, which, iu all ages, has been typ ical of war. A modification of the mace was a plain hammer or maul, frequently carried by long bowmen. It was a simple mallet of wood or of Iron, with a handle 4 or 5 feet long, used is an offensive weapon at close quarters. Globe-Democrat. Ivory Starch, nlaln finish or high BOlleh J harmless, always ready and tellable. Grocers BABV WI5BOM. Ky baby Nell at the window pane Dazed solemnly out at the diiTing rain; With grave reflection the blue eyes fraught My darling was wrapt in profoundest though! "Sage old Wisdom has passed," 1 said, "And touched his wand to that baby head. The grim old fellow, now and then. Passes us older women and men. To trace a look, so wucdrous wise. In the fathomless depths of baby's eyes. Problems ot moment und questions of fate Are hidden away 'neath that curly pate." Then I crossed to the little figure there. And laid a band on her sunny hair. "What do you find, but cold and wet. To chalu our gaze tothewindow.petf" Her eyes were misty ith unshed tears. And wise with a kno Inlg beyond her years. As slowly she turned round her golden bead "Izewonderin whattnakes Dod cwy," sho said, J Herbert Phillips In Belford's Magazine. MY DEBUT AS A VILLAIN. The company was billed to play my new tragedy, "The Dripping Dagger, or the Maiden Martyr of Tankville," at Willow town, on Tuesday night, when suddenly our heavy villain absconded, taking with him $5.C0. the entire amount in the treas ury of the concernt What was to be done about it? It was too late to ad vertise for another heavy villain; and, besides, there were very few of them in the states at that time, because the small pox was not raging in Moi 'real. We had a consultation, and decided that something must be done. I suggested that, as a last resort, the part of the vil lain might be left out, and the heroine might make away with herself at the proper time; but as there really did not seem to bo any reason why she should commit sui cide in the circumstances, we concluded that it might detract from the impressive uess and destroy the unity of the play, and that on the whole mv suggestion was not just the thing. Finallj the hero ine asked me if I wouldn't play tin? part of the villain! I reminded her that my contract with the company expressly pro vided that I should bo exempt from his trionic duties, and, furthermore, that I knew I had no talent whatever for acting, and might become embarrassed and forget my part, or do something else equally as unfortunate. But she persisted that "I was just t bo man for a villain cut out for tuo part, as it were, by nature; and. as for getting stuck in my lines, she said that she would guarantee to help me out of that difficulty herself, as sho knew every word of the play by heart, and could easily prompt me iu a tone that would not bo heard by the audience. Well, the result was that the fair hero ine to whose charms I was not altogether blind prevailed upon me, and against my better judgment I consented to tako the part of tho villain. I dovoted four days to committing the part to memory. 1 "then rehearsed for the first time with the company, in costume, and succeeded in getting as far as the stabbing scene without losing; my cue. Here I could not remember whother tho victim shrieked first or I, in deep bass tones, exclaimed: "Aha! disdainful one, prepare to die!" The result n as that wo both gave utterance to our emotions at the !arao time, creating a very uudrama tic hubbub. The entire company broke down aud laughed for several minutes. nut we got through with the rest of tho tragedy all right, and the second re hearsal wentoff better stiil. We bad tima for just one more rehersal before our ap pearance at Willowtown; but this re hearsal, strange to say, was not as good (as far as I was concerned) as the becond. On Tuesday we took the afternoon train for Willowtown. I was rather ner vous ail the way down, but the rest of the company cheered me up and assured me that the inspiration of ap pearing before an audience w ould take all my trepidation away. Thus encouraged, I made up my mind not to worry, but to do the belt I could when the time came. We arrived iu Willow-town just in time for supper, and, after refreshing our selves, ve went Immediately to the bam where the representation w as to be given, and got our limited scenery and proper ties in shape. By 8 o'clock e were all on deck, in costume, and, when the stamp ing of feet and whistling among the audi ence warned us that it was time for the curtain to go up. we gavo the signal to the shifter, and burst upon the assembled populace in all our spiendor. I should state, however, that before our splendor became fully revealed, there was some let ity among the audience, owing to the fact that the curtain rose at first only at one corner, revealing a large brown jug standing by a painted haycock which, taken in connection with the harvest tcene, of which it formed a part, was well enough, of course, but was rather incon gruous, appearing, as it did, without the necessary scenic support. The first scene passed off very smoothly, as neither of the principal characters, neither myself nor the heroine, appeared. In the second scene I was to come upon tho stage in a sort of dark lantern fashion, wrapped In mystery and a long black cloak, introduce myself to the audience in a few half audible and occult remarks to one of 'the actresses and then disappear as abruptly as I had come, by a well exe cuted and rapid backward movement, as though I had melted mysteriously into the gathering twilight. I had performed this feat very successfully at all the rehear sals, and thought I was ripe for it on the present occasion, xniact, it was tnoomy thing in tho role which I felt confidant of performing to perfection. As I came upon the stage, dark, satur nine, forbidding, with one corner of my cloak thrown over my left shoulder, a hush of awe fell upon the assembled audi diecce. My heart swelled with triumph, and I felt tho inspiration of which my fellow actors had spoken thrilling to my very finger tips. The lady to whom I was to address my mysterious remarks started and cringed as I appeared suddenly befoto her. The sepulchral sentences wero spoken. I raised my hand warningly and began to melt away in the twilight; but, alas! I had miscalculated the location of the opening through which I was to evap orate. There was a sudden crash that resounded throush every part of tho building, and tho next instant I was flat, on my back, wrestling- with the fore ground of the twilight scene, which had topped over upon me, while roars of laughter pealed from the delighted audi ence. To add to the ridiculousness of the performance, the sceno shifter tried to let tho curtain down with dispatch, but only the end opposite to ino'-v.ould descend:, and in doing so very unexpectedly it left one of our farm laborers on tho outside, near the footlights. This seemed to in crease the amusement of the audience. By the time tho shifter got my end of the curtain down I was so exhausted with lay struggles and my emotions that I had to be carried bodily into the dressing; room. Brandy and other seductive restor atives were "administered, and I finally came to sufficiently to wipe tho parsplra tlcn frvm mv row and groan. Mean while the unfeeling audience was clamor ing for the play to proceed. All the members of the company gathered around and besought me tearfully not to give up at this important juncture. They assured me that the accident was by no means an uncommon one; that the play need not be spoiled by it if all else went well; and they suggested that tho audience would be more than willing to pardon an episode which had furnished so much innocent merriment not down on the bills. Finally, when the heroine, the lovejy "heroine, had cast herself at my feet and clasped her c-ammy hands in my ows, pleading with irresistible eloquence of eye and lip, I consented to struggle tnrough the re mainder of the play and then and there close my histrionic career forever. f Once more the curtain rose and the play -jcent on- LUra a man in a dream I GaSS ana went, mumbling my Hum and going through my part in a wooden manner which fairly made the audience frantic But hisses and groans moved me not; I was past caring for criticism either favor able or adverse. Only once did I partially wake up, when a small boy in the audi ence struck me on the side of tho head with a hen pear of tlie vintage of 1814. At last came the stabbing scene in the lonely dell. I think I never prepared to kill a person with so much delirious pleas ure as I prepared to put that heroine out of the way, and thus hasten the consum rnation of the play. The audienco seemed to be slightly impressed once more as I came on in my sable cloak and soliloquized before the dreadful deed. Tho fateful moment arrived. Tho hero ine was seen approaching through the forest buried in tho sweet thoughts of in nocence and love. I hid behind the mossy trunk of a tree and awaited her coming. Suddenly my head whirled and my mind ucvuu a iuiaj oianki i coma not tortha life of me recall the tragic words with which I was to preface the bloody deed. The heroine approached, passed the tree, stopped for a moment in surprise, and then kept on. I did uot step forward. I still crouched behind the tree. Sho passed me again, aud as she did so gave a slight ahem to wake up her delinquent assassin. Then I sprang out aud grasped her bv thn lislr T m,r-lit in It.,-. !-.. better, but I was not in a condition to know anything or care for anything. The stage direction was: "The viillan grasps the IadV bv thA thwwt ' T.i lu m-aunl by the hair was evidently as far from ,the expectation of the hero ine as anything could possibly be. for, with the most natural feminine gesture in the world, she threw back both her hands, uttered a little scream of horror and grasped at the departing wig! Too lata! tnn lfitnT Tlm-m I cfn.l ...l. ... should bo gory hand filled with store hair. wnue my right baud, clutching the bright knife, hung sleeveless at my side. There WA A miimpnlV an ftil lii, all tin.l tl.n ,t,A pathos of the scene burst upon tho audi- w "u 1110 oaru was uneu wiui tuun. ders of annlaiisn nnd flpmnnfaf nlls 1 did uot wait for tho curtain to fall; in fact, it did not fall, as tho scene shifter Was not in A rnnriltinn tn iwrfnnn Ilia ni.. rntnmpd fnnrtinno 1 iiclin.l f.M. lia dressing room and hid myself under a pllo Ui IVSIUIUL'3. Siuco that dreadful night I have never of a barn makes me turn palo. brake's Alagazino. - An Unfortnnate Combination, Tho latest notion iu tho hoodoo lino is that the mustache of a man, carried within the bodice of a woman, u ill luaure good luck. Is the mustacho detached from the face on which it grow? Why. of course. Otherwise tho fetish would be easy to get and awfully improper. But to obtain a mustache all alone by itself Is mighty hard. Fellows cultivate them so slowly and reap the crop so rarely that a genuine mustache, separated from its lip, is a scarce article. Onco in a while a pretty girl may be able to cdax an enam ored chap to make a sacrifice of his hirsute treasure, but usually one must depend on a barber. In which case you never know for certain that It is really a mustache and not a partner of a side whisker or a goatee, or even a cutting of an uncom monly coarso scalp lock. I know a maiden who obtained the desired mascot from a devoted aud betrothed dude. He called on her again, and vowed he believed she had already thrown his mustache away. She produced it. "Seems to me it is bigger than it was," he remarked. "Indeed, it was a tiny little one when you gave it to me," she sh ly assented. "And it is half composed of redder hair than my mustache." "Yes. so it is." "Aha! I know. -I saw Jim Brown to day, and his mustache is gone. You've got his and mixed it in with mine." "Do you mindr Did he mind? Jim Brown was his hated rival. The combination hoodoo mustache may bring good fortune to that girl, but not in the form of marriage with that enraged dude. He broke the engagement off with a snap like a pipe stem. She w ill have to get along the best way she can with Jim. Clara Belle's Letter No buffet should be without a bottle of Angostura Bitters, the South American ap petizer. Colon Depot Bulletin. The C. S. & C. and O. I. &. W. railways will sell cheap tickets to the delegates and others attending the following meetings: The Grand Lodge of Knights and Ladies of Honor, annual session, Indianapolis. Ind., August 14 to 16. 18S8. The National Association of expert Judges on Swine, Indianapolis, Ind., July 31 to August 3, 1883. The young Mens Prohibition League of Indiana, Indianapolis, July 30. The North-western Volunteer Firemens' asso ciation. Upper Sandusky, O., August 15 to 18, 1888. The American society ot Mlcro scoplsts. Columbus. O.. August 31 to 25. The General Council of the Evangelic Lutheran church, Minneapolis. Minn., Sep tember 13 to 20. 1888. The Ninth Illinois Volunteer Veteran association, Chicago, Ills., September 19 and 31, 1888. The Ohio State Kecorders association, Newark, O., August 1 and 2. For rates, time of trains and general Information call on or address C. L. Billeary, passenger and ticket agent. Union depot, Springfield, Ublo. SOME DOCTORS, honestly admit that they can't cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia. Others say thty can but don't, Ath-lo-pho-ros says nothing but ntrtt. That's the secret of its success. Years of trial have proetd it to be a quick, taft, sure cure. Concord. N. H-Rept. S. H In my own xunuy AUuopnoran tu od as a last resort, the user having suffered from rbenjnaui'ni for sears and haruur been treated for the disease bydhTertnt physician lu this Htsta and Maspachu, setts without errn tenrorary rvjief. Upon jaj recommendation scotv of pea. Tie hsT used this renjedy with the same results daisied for It. C U. w mot. Dubuque, Iowa. Jan. 3, lffia. Athlophoros has completely cured me of nervouii headache, ana 1 feel thankful for all the pood it has done me. Mrs. LOC14E Chcpbt, S3 Send 6 rents for the onutlftil colored pic ture. " Moorish Maiden." THEATHL0PH0R0S CO. US Wall f. 1.1 ONE I "W-A.2STT TO CLOSE OUT 1&Y STOCK OF LIGHT-WEIGHT CASSIMERE SUITS And all f he Summer Clothing, Underwear, Hats, etc. In order t accomplish this rapidly, I offer the whole line at One-Third off the regular prices. Now is the time for bargiins, such as you will not get again in a lifetime. Lookont Mountain. The memorable heights of Lookout no longer need a toilsome climb to reach them. Everyone familiar with the famous battle fields about Chattanooga will be Interested tn the announcement of the Queen and Crescent route (Cincinnati Southern rail way and associate roads) lhaton May 27tli, 2Stb and 29th excursions at the very low rate of One Cent per mile will be run to Chattaaooga for the opening of the new standard gauge railroad to the mountain top. Tickets will be good to return until J une 2d. Arrangements are being perfect ed for the running of cars through to the summit from Cincinnati via Queen and Crescent route without change. For any details needed address nearest coupon ticket agent, or N. C. Kerr, traveling passenger agent, Cincinnati. Dr. Edward Beecher Is 84 and still SDrv on his feet. CONSTIPATION IScalledthe"Father ot Diseases," because there Is no medium through which disease su often attacks the system as by the absorp tion ot poisonous cases in the retention ot de cayed and effete matter In the stomach and bowels. It Is caused by a Torpid Liver, not enough bile being excreted from the blood to produce nature's own cathartic, and Is gener ally aocompanled with such results as Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Bad Breath, etc The treatment of Constipation doesnet con sist merely In unloading, the bowels. The medicine roust not onlv act as a purgative, but be a tonic as-well, and not produce alter its use greater costlveness To secure a regular habit of body without ehauglng the diet or disorganizing thesystem. "My attention. attersufferlngwIthConstl nation for two ortSree years, was called to Simmons Liver Regulator, and. having tried almost everything else, concluded to try It. I first took a wlneglassful. and afterwards re duced the dose to a teaspoon! ui as per direc tions, after each meal. I found that It bad done me so much good that I continued It un til I took two bottles. Sine then I hare not experienced any difficulty. I keep It In my house and would not be wl thout 1 1. but have no usefortt.lt havlnc cured me." lsoaor W. Sins. Assistant Clerk Seperlor Court. Bibb county.Ua. TAKE 0XLY THE GENUINE, Which has on the Wrapper the red SS Trade mark and Signature ot J. H. ZE1XIN & CO. '5 One hundred years have vanished Since sturdy pioneers First cleared away the forests. The gronth of countless years. And after weary conflicts Against a rugged fate. They laid the first foundation Ot this great Buckeye State. Behold the countless wonders This century has shown ; A hundred thriving cities Upon the plains have grown ; And oil and gas and Iron, Crops from the lirot ground. While art and science flourish And wealth and peace abound. All honor to those pioneers That opened up this great State ; Let's hasten its centennial With pomp to celebrate. And should you need good clothing, That's stylish, strong and nice, Kemembr Knote,.the clothier. Will save you half the ptlce. Of all Ohio's marvels The Ulobe store takes the lead. For Kuote has lots ot bargains Who's like is rare Indeed. His goods are of the finest , His prices make furore Ohio's great achievement Is Knote's cheap clothing store. CLEARING S .A. L.H. Extraordinary. Having still some very desirable broken lots or FANCY CHEVIOTS ind neat, dressy, light weight four-button Cataway Frock Suits and some iu sack; also some elegant styles in iioys' Muits tnat ire are sell ing at 50c on the dollar, as I am determined to chve thorn out if prices will sell them. Call early, as these barga'ns wi 1 not last long. J. M. KN0TE, Globe Clothing House, 13 KAHT MAIN 8TBKKT. OHIO CENINNL THIRD OOiESraiR, TVrTATyrvAJttP luLAJRiCET STS. Plump and IlaJ it not bten for LatUMd Too onr little hum, na b piamp. ouia), rosr-cXLtWatud taoy," Sleep All Night, Happy AN Day We trie other food, tut. final or- noue to tan with our 1.1U -i ! "" Ictti Ftxu. Sbo began at onco to Kin flfn. and ImproreJ ui health. To-daj the i 'tight, liwljr, aiut henty am u.) etuia can ha, Elwi.ibK twdra hour at a atrvtcQ, and waking up lauhlCK rtwy morniaf.H i. jl , lk Smae f rwMtV, Vmt . Cutting Teeth Easily "LacUtal Food Is an exrdlent forl tor U-ethlnK duUren. Mr rabr is mOoij It. ami la rate:: her uta this hot Heather without any trouble." -V. Mmt t Umrl. 1jiiu. Ma Saved from Cholera Infantum Our babr had Cholera Infantum, aud until we tne.1 LaUatii Fur-d, wrcuu. find notliiurf tortjy un it "tcmach. Itretaioedyourloodwitlwutaajtawbte.aisou Mesrf.isW.M-.Tr.Px THE RESULT OF USING LACTATED FOOD. Most Nouxmhwq axd Ecoxoxicai. or Foom. ISO Meals for nn Infant for SI Etui prepuuL. At Uiungiai-& eta.. UtcU. L 1 EEi .afar V"r OQ 'i nOCatUa-l aJU4 I&xafcx land Wvo rati V4 ratface tnaiiMi w i - -f- ajrv vs. basjst . Beat a n d waxo moored to hoalLh br ue of uwuuraiootaiisMUtwi uSKiV SEMINAL PASTILLES, WeaManittmrratPecaTi? Tonus c-li' thimatiis man Uis sthsmnlnfaO isisTn n mwal i iwIt aM and brpkm dfrwn raeato&ttt?') ajoreof perraet ana f cii Manlr btrerKth and V troroos Health. .To tboM whaoa3r from the cnnr obsew d ifaaa BTOnchtaboat bjivAliKmtUtn.teOfir,09m-i2riLa Morx.ortoofr Iodohtearft, wafctbat7oa ead as CfJMa wfth aUtffmnt ot ytrcr trouble, and aecnzv Z2UU.PACKAUB FJaTTa,wth JUoit'd TaaiphJete. BUPTURED PERSONS can fiaTtt FXES i2T0W n. jfi PHENOL SOOI0UE;,'uE ikumonmiGiEsSaFvLcEvifoiBibs, spbaixs and bruises. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA and SORE THROAT, BURMJ and SCAIDS. It Instantly relieve pain and Its curative propcrtlea nre wonderlnl. For sale by Drugjtsta and Merchandise Dealers, llasca Baos. & WHrra, Prop'r, Philadelphia. DRUNKENNESS Or the I.i.nor Habit. I'o.lllielr Cured br Administering. Ilalnes Uetdea riseciflo. It can be clreo In a cup of coffee or tea wlth ut the xnoKledco of the person taklnelt; 1, absolutely harmless. and will effect a perma nent ard speedy cure.whether the patient tsa moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck:. Thousimls ot drunkards hare been made temperate men who have taken Uolden Spe cific In tbelr coffee withont their knowledge. aTnd today bellerttheynultdnnklpe of tbelr own tree will IT NEVKK FAILS. The sys tem once Impregnated with the Specific It be comes an utter impossibility for the liquor appt'tte to exist. For sale by Dr.T. J. Casper and Then. Troupe'. DrnKglsts. Spriucneld.O. ARE YOU dnfferlnicfrom any of the results of yontbful Indiscretions or abuses resulting Iu Seminal Weakness. linputeBcT, Lost Manhood, etc if SO. MAWVKIl'a Kkk SPKCIF1C will Cart-yon. Used and recommended by a large onmber of specialists Indlseasesof theeenttal ansM. The price for boxes, which 1 j suffi cient for any ease. Is 15. at druggists or by m&U. smpl. U..a ,-rt.e. II. KTsAWYER i CO.. Box 1117. Philadelphia, fa. eoa3mo IsiLXIa ! Io Tour Own Dyeing, at ifonie, wltb They will dre everything. The, are sold everywhere. Price tocapackaxe 40 colors, rhay have no equal for Strength. Brightness Amount In Packages or for Fastness ot Color , or non fading qualities. They do not crock or smut. For sale by V. AS Coblflatr. 167 West Mala street: Adam Schmidt. 3 West Main trext.SDrlneneid.nhln Rrsssri AER POLY! INSTITUTE. TrorTil. ' TECHWTC INSTITUTE. TVovrjI. Y. 'the old est School of KnglDeertnxtu the United Ma ten. Next term brglns Hept 12. The Register tor 1888 contains list of graduates for t2 years, wltb their positions; also, course of study, requirements for admission, expenses, etc Candidates living at a distance may be exam Ined at tbelr homes. Address DAVID M. IIREENE, Director. I prescribe and rally en dorse Big O as the oaly speclflcfurtbsceRaiansre of this disease. o. n-LMiBAirAjr.M. r, Amsterdam, X. Y. We have sold Big Q for many years, and It has given ua oast oz satis faction. DlB-DYCHEACO- Cblcago. IU. tl.M. SoldbyDrugaiata S3GAKMEN! lVMntsMt&Hr 1 ndimrrttMitYa (iriBllTltTA 1 1 si by xha Haw in roni at v fc? E22SiBimaa.HBti tic imafie phtpom. Ccxz or 13 rVATXT B W tiM 1M t i. bBikaHisl- mild. saVxlrlfnar anrnvnea s.f ttTdltVtiimilhailVar,i ssaon. -tkMliliM4Viuivui8riToraukefTi4 ftlf fflatslntrSFn tsra t.irftt 4u.h Owaiaat InTprornviiti ow aft other btlurKont to bmw aafcarvaslj cand hi tfaru month. helA pamptwle.tauna UXBEJ. EIECTBIC C(L222BftaAawAT.Ncv Toil. -THE- Is the Cheapest and Best Inside Blind now sold; to be found only at NO. 61 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST. TKLKMIONE 3?S. Physician and Surgeon. 0FFKK AND RESIDENCE NO. 7 BUCK INUHAM'S BLOCK. NKII1T BELL. TELEPHONE 121. ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL. THIS NEW E.JSTIC TRUSS ilaa a fad cm erent from ai axdhiPClnir Bail tn rwntsrr. atdADt Itwlftoiulpoiiatloiiao(Uiebod7.wtiI thbal'-tte cop presses back r tb Intestines Just es a a with the tlnffer., wlthli" pr .is hrlrf ecarely da ana ttlffht, and a I a per h radical CBa certain. llU easr duraloantirb-ap.Sitb7maU tOBJan - fcttCUSTOX UlSlft CU., CUcaat lib WEAK MEN! WOMEN "Yfck3 care iWumIvm f uv U VlUUl T. IssMi M am. bsM) frai jr v aalcUr at Iimm. ttp. IMalal W ml -lay !!. Wsll rWv IBUMj (PcrlWtfjr rcllaUUe. ttS year' CKpcrfipa.ee. arTc-an. taajfl jaavt TO t daTs. aarAavaHraaSMS su nJ m aaaaamaani Esf ktriwlytytas IHtrsMfftsaVatCa. (aJa. .jtV Ma'Baafswrtl II SLIDING BUND HEN W "om3::ei old xi.xx.xabx.v Rosy Babies bibjr roust luve dteA. lw bt Iwa a-tu it for three Mr: jr( 'pp -. -. ZV K TsJnsUe iimhl-t on "lhc Nutrition of InfanU ami Iuvilldv free cu arpIctto:i. MlXLit. lUCHABMOX ft CO.. DU-llDftOn, Vt. I tahnasu rstil salsn l.i.t.ij aaT s T iTT.V.ofrny'.TiVf"" fttvKzzrjm?u'" 'ZiZT aVrrTr.? " " 3f wlzocmwnDtiaiej TovbOoi iacvt3f"Y pcm KtvearciU a- iu4riKsi i-f luioiii aiaf. nisitflit vmKedaaJmre!eitaetaM;rf.ifearrTnbMte tipatfi TBEATaafTr-Cugsa.W.graXa.W.nwi.n HARRIS REMEDY CO., MrsCatavn. SOSV ir.TamtaBlreet.eT.UruXS.3ra. Trial of".-nr"- AailorTarmtt SAMPLES FRfeE! 1 West Hfch Street. PORK PACKERS ANDCURERSOFTHE Champion Brand SUGAR CURED HAMS, SHOULDER and BACON. PURE LEAF LARD! For Fskaailx TJia. W Grant's Sons 1 6 E. High Street. W. A. UK03S.& CO., UNDERTAKERS AND EKBAUIZES, 50 Welt Main Street. Old Drtscoll Building W. A. GROSS. T- A. GBOSS. RftidftnrnTr0ffl6 142 8. Vetnr men unn. or ulT YltidiCTekipme&t, cot . UOJ.U3a. jUWaWO,V Ldx.HmAio.Xlf OFF! sKhr wa aJJa, v-a HS5i'P asawawawfawawawawawawawaV awawawawawawawawawaH sawawB rawi sawaHawawaftawawawahasMBwawawawal ftWasMI LaHaiBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBV Pl SSBlBlBaBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBlBAj '.aH aw-afcs-EsrMfcM:!. ONE PRICE CLOTHIER. 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