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t?JbI R7 .. I"- R5. U IS THE TIME to usa USPLR'S SEALING WAX ! 'For puttln: up fruit. Don't wt a poor . Mala t.... - .k & i . fuivivun( uiD uesfc. Mine rtnlw t fGuuJsff Cera. Casper's Drug Store. TllAhat krftftljl tn im la .. 1-. ... -1- "JUlfl. bat It lODIt h fNW fmtn ahim V.,11 giieeetlons lor using and tho pure article v-asper-iuruz-fctore. kke Ice Cream. To make pood cream with little trocble. Me C&atier'a lee Crvajxi PawiIav t . "areathelD Try it and t.vii win k. .-. Sprlied. Sold only at t' Casper's Drue Store fttepcr'a Extract Vanilla. The best .and finest Vanilla made. Klch PIr:,no ". treat delicacy. Sold ;. to bottles an bi me ounce or pint, at 'thel.tot all goods' " u- CASPER'S Drug Store, t-, nshrs Building, SprlnaHcId, Editorial Letter. Ob the fifth page of today's paper will be .found an Interesting letter, from Mr. pJicaols, editor of tne Bemjbuc. who la 5IWW taking hl regular three weeks um- roatlngat Chautauqua. At the close klbere are some political observation", fathered upon the ground from reliable Maroea, that are very significant ' "Dally Bcpnbllc" at TJrbaua Camp ttrouna. The 1)ah.t Retubuc can be had at Ur- ttaaacamp grounds on day of Its publication. will be delivered to subscribers at rwra- Jar weekly price by special carrier. Oidera '"fill rpfleiTn nmmnt .Hamlnn If I.....1. A tf W 9 wv. w jnjl.c, JU, J. LOCAL BREVITIES. 1. ."Mr. John S. Johnson, cltv elerk nf .1 -v. son, was In the city today. Mr. M. 1L Hedges and wife are at mid dle Bass Island, Late Erie. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Keys, of Xenia, were In the city this morning for a few boar?. Market extended to Factory street this lie Horning, and was one of the largest of the , The Blppers defeated the TJrban&'s yes terday on the tatter's grounds to the tune of 9 toe. The Pansy club of the second :kwk 1 1. . . . Egg wureu, gave a Tory uccessiat?jSa.UDg r' bmu 1 ""TailAJsJasaWTT"'" Carrie Harrison, of north Mechanic St street, returned, last evening, from an ex- 0 Tomorrow (Sunday) will be a big day at Si. camp meeting, but the following Sunday ;, will have tho great crowd. IJE" -Miss Eva Knight, of N'ew York City, Is at 175 south rium street " One hundred and six Niagara Falls ex- earslonlsts passed through hero last night. en the way home to towns In Illinois. Miss May Melntire, of Elkhart, Ind., Is fa: the city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. Ylt. Cosbtnan and family, of Maple street Mr. Martin Kries, the well-known mer- ; 'chant tavlor. has closed out his bimlnea in 9- this city and goes to Marsvllle to accept s , t - ' I , good position. Mr. Walter Davidson Is spending his va- 'eatlou with friends at Indianapolis, after -which ha will take a course In Nolsjn's Business college. 1 Mr. Edward Edmonson of this city, has KSrreturned from Parkersburg, where he has ?i been visiting, accompanied by his niece, rJCss Emma Edmonson. f The Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland railroad company have contracted for 40,- 900 new.tles, to be delivered before Jan uary 1. They will be used all along the line wherever needed. Largest in the World. In the department of baking powder and .flavoring extracts the Price Baking Powder Co. of New York, Chicago and St. Louis is the largest in the world.- Hund reds of tons of the crystals of cream of tartar, direct from, the grape vineyards of France, are annually used in Dr.. Price's Cream Baking Powder, and the entire product of a large Mexican grower of vanilla beans is consumed' every year in Dr. Price's Extract of Vanilla. This immense business is accounted for by the purity and ex cellence of their productions. THE NELSON BUSINESS PARENTS I .Cannot bestow a greater legacy upon their sons, or one that will be more gratefully 'remembered through all the coming years rgof their lives, than by giving them a courso ftf of training that teaches them how to make Kf their own living and become self-reliant. industrious, prosperous citizens. Such a course can be obtained at Nelson's College. J "EVERYTHING GOES" AT Mr. E. M. Campbell left for Dalutb this afternoon. Mr. Ed Phelps went to Zanesville today to spend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hilieary will spend Sunday In Indianapolis. Misses Sibyl and Bertha Smith, of New Carlisle, are In the city today. Misses Fannie and Alice Foley leave Monday for a visit to Toledo and Detroit Mr. George Warder left yesterday for New York, to go an extended yachting tour. Something less than half a million people left for the Uibana camp grounds today at 11a. m. The will of Peter llutzer was admitted to probate today, and Fred Salzlger appointed executor. Misses Halite and Lillian Kelley and Miss Kate KaulTinan leae Tuesday for a trip to Mackinac The friends of Mrs. J. W. B. Cline will be sorry to hear of her Illness at her home on the north side. C. E. Henderson, general manager of the O. L & W., and John Sloan, road-master, were In the city today. Mr. Nick Carman leaves Monday for Norwalk to take a position with thejewelry firm of W. 1). McVlddy & Co. Mr. "Chod" Smith has returned from Minneapolis, and has accepted a position with Paul B. Smith, In the Arcade. The republicans of German township will organize a Harrison and Morton club Saturday evening of next week at Jackson ville. County Treasurer Parsons came down from camp meeting today and remained long enough to shako hands with some of his friends. Dr. Thomas Jackson, of Wilberforco, was In the city today, en route to Louis ville, to attend the K. T.- conclave, which convenes next week. Mrs. Chas. L. Spencer left last evening for Springfield, where she was to bo joined by Miss Viola Fox, and the two will go from there to Chautauqua. Xenia Gazette Bev. George D. Gotwald, "wife and baby, of Sallna, Kansas, who have been visiting here for several weeks, started homeward (bis momlng, expecting to spend Sabbath with friends in Indiana. Clerk Shewalter Issued building permits. toA.D. Bohrer, new frame, corner of Clifton avenue and Patton .start Sllu63:"f John M. WlngefaBWyTrame. corner of Fao- and Collego avenue. 51,800. A trunk passed through the city Oils morning bearing the cheerful name of II. J. Death, "Newark, Ohio, plainly stenciled upon It That man will have a bard time finding a woman who will bo willing to say "Come, Death, and lake me." TH EkELLY FOUNTAI N. The DMlen SMected, and the Order Placed With Fl.kr, or New York. Mayor Kelly and Cotir.cilnien Smith and Burnett returned last evening from New York, where they went to examine designs and make a selection for the Kelly fountain on Market square. While fiere they seated a fountain and it will lie made at once by J. W. Fi-ke. It will be of cast iron, forty feet high, and the diameter of the octagonal basiu will be thirty feet. The design Is elab orate, anil Introduces nymphs, goddesses. Neptune, strange sea animals, Iion e!-. t A stream of water flows from the animal oldJfeptnne rides and the lions guard A fitrnm nT urtr noma Irnm inn nlilntnl drinking fountains. AH the fieures will be of zinc, and the whole will make a eupeib effect 1 Mavw Knllv tmnlffi rnniMI will nrrwpfvi la th8 esplanade, and that the" fountain can be erected by December. Attention, 44th U. T. I. and 8 Hi O.V. O. I There will be a meeting of the survivors of the above-named regiments at the gas office. No. SO east Main street, on Saturday evening. August lUb, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of making arrangements for the great reunion at Columbus next month, and for forming a Clark county association o'f the old regiment Let every comrade that sees this notice be on hand. .nOjDE; bttxxjXix,g WHY The Nelson Colleges are so liberally pat ronized : They are headquarters for supplying clerks, book-keepers, etc Thirty - two years In continuous operation, their stu dents are to be found all over the United States, and business men and bank ers are glad to have their old Alma Mater supply them with reliable young lady and gentlemen assistants. - i. v - ,i rn -jf K im iTrfTsV i ' r i KHmTTHQEJl SafcSfeSaSi'&.asf GOD'S FIRST TEMPLES. A Short and Breezy Letter From the Urbana Gamp-Grounds The Great Crowd Arriving En Masse. Incident at the Service A Young KplleptiCs Kxcltement The Abtence of Preu Courtesies. Special Correspondence of the Republic. Ukbana Camp Grounds, Aug. 11. The great camp meeting goes on apace, and is hourly comis to Its full maturity and size. Friday the crowd on the grounds was the largest of any "second day" since the inauguration of the meetings years ago. Every Indication points to the direc tion of a meeting without precedent in size and enthusiasm, as well as deep spir ituality and gate receipts. Today (Satur day) the grounds are well filled, but the meeting will bloom into Its full glory' Sun day, when a rolling sea of humanity will be present Friday evening, by 8:30, every room In the new hotel was taken, and guests were thankful for a cot on the fourth floor. One hundred cots were used last night and the bote! people are scouring the city for more. The hotel is a beautiful structure and quite the most attractive place on the grounds. Finished in the fresh unstained color of the virgin wood. It looks delight fully clean and pretty. The Baptist people, who are conducting it this fall, are slmply maklng money just like finding it on the ground. No hotel In Urbana or Spring field, In ail probability. Is realizing half the profits of this bijou little building in the woods. It Is In the hands of charming people, and gueots are treated well. The typical clerk with the stony stare and the alkaline remedy for heartburn glowing on his shirt front is conspicuously absent The meetings so far have been character ized by a deep and unmistakable spiritual ity. Too gay and general public has not arrived with its frivolity and Its Idea that the camp meeting is a county fair, with one ring devoted to praise. Such people will be here In large numbers the rest of the time, but up to Uie last eveniug those who took part in the services were of the sort that believe in them and recognize in the camp meeting something besides a summer encampment In the woods with jrast social opportunities. rtev. iranK u. .Mitchell, president of the association, arranges me oigtniMrau Eives me minisiers theitriaERTitivfi .i.tM. lmouncements can be ade very far lu advance, and the only at traction positively underlined is Dr. T. DoWittTalnfage, the H. Bider Haggard of the American pulpit He will be here next Wednesday and Thursday, and the refresh ment stands are taking great store in the prospective outpouring of people. The services yesterday were very suc cessful and characterized by both fervor and enthusiasm. In the morning Dr. Beed, of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, preached a wonderful discourse that moved even those who were accustomed to the ex citement of tho tabernacle. After dinner llev. Mr. Cook, of Delaware, preached a fine discourse, and In the eienlnir llnv. James Stephenson, of Mechauicsburg, ait-J uressen a large congregation to good effect The pulpit is abumlantly supplied with most elnjuunt material. During the meeting, last night, a young man named Holden, who had come for ward to the "mourners' bench." fell into a profound faint, and struck across the seat with hli back, with a resounding crack. It seemed as if his back must certainly have been broken. lie lay for an hour In a dull, terrible stupor, having all the appearance of death. The lwy is prob ably subject to epilepsy in a mild form, and powerful excitement brings on the convuKJ sion. lie lell exactly the same way ThuGfe day night "He ought to be kept away from, the tabernacle durmg tho services," salCt one minister, as he buttoned his crrav overcoat around his portly form a!er the services. The unconscious boy was still lying on the straw In tie taber nacle with a few spectators gazing curiously at him. No. physician w as about and little attention caul to the offerer. "If his condition Is U direct work of the Lord," continued tb minister, in a calm, pleasant tone, "st Is all right The Lord will take care of him." He then went over into his comfortable tent and left tu Lord to take care of the boy. The press courtesies are not co&ipiciions for their completeness this year. Tho pa pers of the state did a great deal lathe way of advertising this amusement enterprise in advance, but In return about the only privilege that the associatica. extends the reporters is allowing them to breathe all the air they wish, so long as they don't waste any of It - E. A. M. Trouble with the Complexion. This is the time of year when recipes for sunburn meet one at every turn. Hero b tho best prescription, that can bo made. Burn yourself a littlo more and tho red will turn to brown, the most wholo some and ecomimr color in. summer time. The same rule applies, to frtckles equally ell. Freckle yourself thcroughly that it may bo evident at a glance that yon are taking a courso in nature's unh crsity It the face smarts after a day out of auors hot water will take out tlio stinr Cou mctirs are especially Injurious, because thu. smart means irritation, and lotions and balms, oftcner tli;-n not. are poisonous to an irritated skin Complexion troubles ire doctored by frequent bathing of tho person where any aji plication to the faooj will only make them in. the- end worso. Perfect cleanliness as a rulo means a good skin. If It does not. then tho genenul health is at fault, and. tho only remedy lies In e'n ing a better tonw ten tlB system. A clean fuce is a charm which mairy gir's do not Eeem to appreciate. Chlcaro Ilorald, ? i say to you tonight, tfcit it i wprflayoung man ana jiaa M ,i1i-.j-,u: ...:n u i,i nn m,ke my choice to gradate atii Scholarships Will be sold Off classical eoliege and stoj there, ''he following terms: $15.00 or to graduate at a ouskhsu col- down, balancs in threpnonth- 1 gd and stop there JE would , , . . , . . take the bnsine s college in pret4 ,y PaymeS' Scholarships crenco. Ex-Governor a. g. Lor -Isold this month can be used ter, of Indiana. J at any time. MsC't." - --.-raa'y-':''' l,'l4-&?:, &--!f-i- 3Sjffi3g? A PLUM! A PLUM! KINNANE, WREN & COMPANY -TOT-IH-H I3L..OE! 03ar SJULJEI 03NT MONDAY, AUGUST 13th, '88, ALL-WDOL FULL, REGULAR MADE, AT THE UNHEARD OF LOW PRICE OF 98 CJEIVTS SjAuCH! No better value in the United States at$LnrJamwttIpicafed a month hence a nt let-444l026irMts's6and Children's full, regular made English and German '""" Cotton Fancy Hose, 6-8, the odds and ends of our stock, worth from 25 to 50 cents per pair, to be closed at 15c. BASE BAt L MATERS. The Game at Yeliuv,!irlnga Tnterdaj for The Chainplonthi p n( Oreene and Clark: Countlea Other anirs. About one thousand people collected on the college grounds, at lenow Springs, yesterday, to witness the second game of the seiriev for the championship of the two counties. Greene and Clark- Tha Green county folks were out In force, hav ing a special train and brass band of Xenia. They came expecting to do tho Clark county "tshamrocks" In great shape, judging from their easy victory In the previous came, but their liopes were shattered, for the Irish boys. Jumped into their Tarbox and pounded b-lm all over the field. The Sham rock c&A has' been strengthened at all weak, points by their' new manager, J. B. Mercer, and now forms one of the strongest teaiis-in this section of the country. The following is a list of the players and their pofiitions in both the clubs: Shamrocks Courtney, pitcher; Darby, (catcher; C. Wilson, shortstop; S. Wilson. first base; ware, second base; urenuan, third base; Ed Stone, captain and left field; Shea, center field; Peters,'iigbt Held. Xenias Tarbox, pitcher; Fields, catcher; Baker, Rhortstnp; Morris, cptain and first bise; Kelly, second base; -Fleming, third base; Cory, left held; McQuiston, center field; Gilmom, right field, i SCORE air IKSCfOS. 12J456789 U 3 1 6 1 1 I' V 1 ...2 0 2 10 0 0 0 0 & The snecial features of the irame were a double play of Peters to Ware, the batlln? of Shea and Wilson, the base running of Captain Ed. Stone and the pick-up or not grounders by C. Wilson, the deaf mute short stop, all of the' Shamrock nine. In fact ail the boys deserve especial credit for fine fielding and batting. BASE HITS. It's Captain 13d. Stone, thank you. And Isn't he the "dandy" coacher, though. Twas a glorious day for the Shamrocks.. Charley Learning smiled all over his face and half way down his back. What was the matter with the band when the game was over.. Oh! ain't b a slugger, was heard all around when Shea pasted the ball. ' Manager Mercer looked pleased and well satisfied with the work of bis team. The Shauimcks'will make their mark yet this season. Another game at Yellow Springs next Friday. The Kippers, a cracking good ninn of this city, composed of young colored hotel waiters, vrent to Urbana yesterday and put out the eyes of the Urbanas by the score of v to 6. The score by inn ings: InmiiLt 1 . A A 7 8 9 RlnDfra 1 1 1 i 1 a t O 0 0-9 Urbanas U0O.O3U21 06 Batteries Yeates and Hokkins Springfield, and Miller aud lpy for bana. for Ur- The Stars, of this city, were defeattal at Mechanicsburg yesterday Js a close game by a bcore of 6 to 4. The oldest house in Boston. No. S3 Unity street, was built in 1711. COLLEGE During the month of Augirst BANCROFTS, 4 ZmTmi .'LHAH.mfl -H- ssV.'sU SCARLET LACONDA LACONICS. Itanu of Interest from Xpringlleld' Uvelj Little Suburb. Mr. and Mrs. Howard KUIen are visiting at Plain City, Ohio. Walter Bagnn U learning the butcher's fade under A. II. Tavenner. Mrs. Win. U.'lWd, of Columbns, is vis iting at J. W. Beed'j for a -few days. Miss Sola Boadbaugh, of Mechanlesburg, Is calling on her friend. Miss Julia Darat. Mr. A. C. Miller is preparing to build a house In the Zimmerman addition. Miss Clara Knclsley has returned from a -week of rest and quiet In the Vienna neigh borhood Mr. D. C. .Laurence has been suffering for several days with a sprained ankle, but is now improvlug. Mes. Thomas Lovelace and two daugh ters, of near Catawba station, were calling on friends here yesterday. Mrs. EbriEht. of Dayton. Is spending a brief time with her dauehter, Mrs. Wesley Holden. of Lagonda avenue. A voune lady In Lagonda nas received a letter from MUs Ida Poling, now of Kau sas, lately of Springfield, and as she has many friends here and in the city whom we think wonld be glad to near irom ner, we append a few extracts from her letter, showing how a voung city lady can become country girl, tier ratner went to lvansas a few years ago to prepaiea borne for his family, and now Miss Ida sajs: "Father has a beautiful farm, and everything be has planted Is growing nicely. The orchard Is on the north side of the house. We have trees all around the place." Of the oung people out there she savs: "1 have met several very sweet girls, but the very sweet boys are not as thick ui neas. at least 1 nave iaueu to nna any as yet Think of me, when you are the center fit attraction at some lawn fete or party, for they never have such a thing here; can not find enuigh young folks to attend and ptlronlze mo ice cream and lemonade statidj. There Is a grove about two miles from us, and on the Fourth ff July there was a large celebration eld there. IVopIe came from towns twwrty-Bve and twenty-seeu miles away. We ju had a picnic watch ing the "Vantackles and their girls. Some of them walked ali day hand in hand, and did not let go long enough to eat anything. The fellows bought one glass of lemonade; first the girl would drink her share, then be would finish 'he glass. O, such fun ! I have to tinile ery tlmj 1 think about it. Girls out here hardly ever see a fellow with tilled" shirt on. and it one d'ics striko the lUttlenake valley he Is called a duda, and thoy are all seared of him " 'You oiiKht to see me tin norseoacK. We have a itttlo white pony named "Jim," and J on bet I can Just sail when I ride him. When l nrsi cam out i wasairaia, but have got hravelyover that. The young folks go every piaM that a ; hardly over see a buKgy. 1 ha I a fellow come twenty seven miles to taku me linggy riding. He bad a dand team and we put on mnch style. They call me a dude, but that is a mistake. 1 am simply a country Kin, an old farmer's child a squire's dauu'iter. My jwn cm perform a marriage ceremony in er.a slip." From .he alwive we pan sw tint M'ns Ida can adapt heiselt to clreunutiuices and en joy life as sb goes aw it. wnicn is cer tainly a gooa tun i to do awe to uo. , The only way for a yming man to get married comfortably on S500 a year Is to throw himself on the generosity of his father-in-law The total population of towns of Cook county, outside of Ih city of Chicago, is 209,334, being an, increase of 59,749 In two 3 ears. A bismuth mine with ore assaying 50 per cent metal has lust been discovered at la0, CuJ , and as the stuff Is worth S3 a pound It is a find by no means to be de spised. What's new and good? The L'M'ARIS cigar, a par excellent three for a quirter, to be had only at .uarris ijiguuua iiouse corner. St. 00 to Niagara Falls and return, via the C. S. & C. It. it , tuesaay, August sist. ltS9. Thlttv-five women are student In the London school of medicine for women. There is a brik demand for stage chil dren In New Yoik. r-j - ' if si M y Miraxxr.jp,- .i-jp'ire. VESTS AN DRAMATIC OOINCS Notes Af Interest Concerning lromlnenl flii,relm, Uefore the Footlights. Vf .1 Scanls'i Is booked for half a dozen N- Y rk t-i.tgements during next sea- M'll Lawrence Brrett was never In better I health and strength than he is at the pres ent time. t Imre Klralfy.bas engaged Mile. Grassl as the premiere danseuse for his "Mazuliu" company. Ullbert ana Sullivan's new opera win tons returnitlg any ine ruVrs EifKat probably be produced at the Casbio in No- sleepers and parlor cars w ill be attached to vember. It is not yet named. the eicnrsion train, in which berths and W. W. Randall's production of "Uncle rates can be secured at r. axmaWe rate by Tom's Cabin" -, promises to be one of the thoe purchasing tickets in advance. For big shows of the coming season. 1 full information regarding th excursion. Maegie Mitchell produces her new play rate for berths, seat"!, etc., apply to C L. of "Bay" in New York, for the first time, Hilieary. pawnger and ticket aeent. C S February 11, at the Fourteenth street thea- i C. B. B , Union depot, Sprlngtield, O. ter. I Aenes Hemdon has been enraged to' Th,e, " of this paper has been fre playone of the leading female parts in JJ'f asfkc.d,w !! 't set a printer. HaJry Kennedy "Lights and SW,! XJJZ: company. .... ... ,af MLCMrIeS AIffed ?.P.ti..3. finished Us mir opra. "Castles lathe. Air." for which Mr. Gus Kerker has com-. posed the music 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eobert Fulford. Annie Pixley, have repted a cottage atth-UlKh- lands of New Jersey, where they will spend the month of August. Edwin Booth has returned from a short trip on the steam yacht, Oneida, and Is again with his daughter, son-,in-Iaw and grandchildren in Boston. Heme's "Hearts of Oak" company, under the management of Frederick W. Bert, commences Its season In Halifax, N. S . on Wednesday, .ujust 15. Robert Mantell will return to New York shortly to begin active rehersals of "Mou bars." for the coming season, which opens Aug. 37 at the Globe theatre In Boston. Roland Beed" began the rehearsals of "The Wnman Bater" at the Bijou opera j houe, NVw lurk. Monday, and will be all j ready rr me opening of the season at that bouse on N-pti tuber 3. It ! aniiO I need on very good authority that Marie Van Z indt will make a tour of the United States and Mexico during tie season of 1889-90. D has not yet been definitely settled under whose management the young prima donna will appear. The shooting of the apple which has em balmed the memory of William Tell to sev eral generations, will be accomplished by Frederick Warde In his revival of the picture-quo play of "William Tell," by a pat ent device. Invented by a skillful mechanic and purchased by Mr. Warde. Several members of Imre Kiralfy's big 'Nero" company at New York, want to get married, and Mr. Klralfy is now engaged in a deep research into Roman history for the exact Idea of Raman marriage dresses, with the intention of having the ceremonies performed on tho stage during "Nero's" fetes. Col. W. E Sinn is making the most ex tensive preparations for an elaborate pro duction of "Fascination" at the Fourteenth street theater on Sept. 10 and promises a presentation of Buchanan's play that will make the public talk. Mks Cora Tanner, tho star. Is spending a fortune on her ward robe and Is likely to create a sensation (timing the fair sex. -with her gorgeous toilets. fc.rl itaiiwMjr. The Erie railway will run their annual popular excursion to Niagara Falls and To ronto on August 16th. Their special train will leave the Central Union station in Cincinnati at 12:00 noon, and Springfield at 2:59 p. m , and arrive at the Falls the following momlng at 6:30 a. m. Tickets will be good to stop off at Lake Chautauqua and will be good for return passage on all regular trains until August 21st, giving five days for this pleasant trip. '$4.00 to Niagara and return from Springfield. 85 00 to Toronto and return. An excursion agent, who Is well ac quainted with all details of the trip, will . accompany the excursion and take pleasure I in giving all desired Information. I ruiimau paiace sieepina: cars wn oepro- vided for this occasion. Information can besecur d by calling upon or apply ine to -i .. . ... i J. D. Phleger, ticket agent Erie railway, Springfield, O. A Kansas ranchman predicts that cheap beef and mutton of the future will come from the Immense grassy plains of Brazil and the Argentine Itepubl c EAST MAIN ST tBl&TSSASEUET SQJLQmv .-.-.i IfeflHMH !Ky'yl,' wt t?.s ysS, 5Sg-??yiiTyti ?'" -ari tt ?mjJiit'' -yrTSnri!3r n KBMrtBB.ssssssssssssBJPrT P T VERY CHEAP EXCURSIONS, Via C S. U. Ktl'vrnT, Tnmuln, .lagust St, 1XK8. To Niagara Falls and return. 84; to Thousand Iilaiuls and return. S9, to To ronto and r el urn, 85; to Tut in Hay and kake Side ami return, $5. A rrargeinents naebeen perfected whereby meneers will have from twenty-four hours to five days. The return trip irixes a daylight ride along Lake Erie. Bassenrers ran stop returning anywhere between Buffalo articles, and with most country paptrs they get most ail themou-y ar.d the publisher ui8iteaau trr;tatlhe bar aVllway pav,. free circus tickets and glory. The publisher of ihirper. being something nf typo, hired himself, and con- sequently gets both tlw cash n-venoe of the office and the editor's perquisites mostly the latter. Jnit because Mr. Moore, of Txas. had not S60 In hand with which to pay a dis charged laborer, he' went Into her field and shot seven mutts and a borse that were ploughing there, and easily worth S 1,200. At Waidoboroagh. Ma., last week, John C. Weston, while raising the frame of a schooner, bad one of his feet twisted off by a rope, which caught around his leg. Duplex Corset! We are recelTlnc. almost dall v. letter testl IjIde to tbexreat and JUiUlLed popularity of the llCPLKX Cuesit. Mrs. UiZdbeln .11 Rockblll writes from Leb anon. Ofilo, April Hth. lSXSr "Allow rue to pay mj tribute M the Realm wblch Invented the Duplex. I bare worn many different makes ot corsets, but until I brtuubt my first Duplex. In 1576 or T7 I norer knew what a ttKrotuhljc.initorii.bIt) corset was. I haencm no other kind strcc. acd could not be induced to unless tliej eo-not to be ha4. They are very reasonable In price, bitter weariliz than those which cost more, and satisfactory lu every respert." For sale- everywhere. Sample corset seat post-pidon receipt of $1(0. BORTREE MFG CO.. Jackson, Mich Wt F. GROSSMAN . Brs a One team and psssencer wagon that he will run to tho Urbana Camp Ground, To convey private parties of twelve or fif teen. Hates very reasonable. Address W. P. OKOFSMAN, No. 2 West Columbia Street" J. 13. daJBEJLiX .NOTARY PUBLIC, 26 1-2 SO HTH MARKET ST. Dissolution ollce. The co-partnership heretofore existing be tween J.M Stewart nndJ.il. OWhjm. under iMnj.ji siewari ,ne-arhi name oi J M btewart Jt Co.. 1 this asy dissolved tr mutual consent ah iietts contracted by said Arm will he paid by J. .M.Oldham, and allooinKtosald Una will be paid to htm. J. M. fTtHTAHT. J.M. Ouihm. August 9.1331. Mr.Mewart retires on account of ill health, and bespeaks for the newflrm the patronace o liberally bestoned upon the old. at No. 10 east HUh street. l'.'Cini32a "l- -r -Ati "AJLaaisTil J . "SB M ra.ru. Y 'TTTi TfcSXiffi- eiHrtTTn 'l3iQlvffAtS