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Decatur Daily Republican (Newspaper) - August 1, 1884, Decatur, Illinois f t, VOL. DECATUR, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1884. NO. 105 J. R. Race Cos.' SIXTH Free Kvi'v iiiirolivinr "f worth of GoodH for ciwli, from onr largo nnd ..nliid" I I'i'l.nil nl.uck, 1'iinnuiting of CLOTHING, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, Gents' Furnish- ing Goods and Merchant Tailoring, with u tirkot, mitiUing tlio liohlnr to Ono Sbnre in onr GIVEN AWAY MARCH 7, 1885. HmtiMlior Iron Kurin mumifarl.ur'xl tlm IVrntut' Iron I'Villuo Wngon Jin1 l'rurtienl ]5iiniuoHH Uoiul Cm-t, for k'nnornl purpo- >iii.i, -u'utH two, iiiunufai'tiiroil Wivytin iV Aii'lnrMvin, mnnufnetnr- of tin1 (Iliuiiipuin Koiul Unit. Dun I'M n) Sewing Miu'liino. 00 MIIU'M Suit. Hnililli', Bridln ami Whip, fvmi! W. Tyler, cloulor in lino (Inn Mini's Ovorcoivt. On.. IS.01) Voiith's Ovin-eimt. Haw >rth (Hit'ok Kowcr, maim- du'huvil lluworlli Siicw. Si't. Silvnr Knivo.4 and Knrks, flMlh >tto K. ClU'tin Ac Dui'.f Voiitli'M Suit. Uii" T> I 'i no Dim MHU'M Ulster. Jin. Oil Stcivo. Ono Finn Celluloid Toilet Sot, from Henry Smith, druggist. Ouo UK) 1'nir Punts to order. One Illinois Clothes Washer, innriufactnred by Boyd Brnden Co. Ono Boy'fl Snit. One 10.00 Boy's Overcoat. Ono Morocco Valiso. Ono 10 1'iecu Decorated Chirm Cham- ber Sot, from It. Liddlo, vnlno On'.; Child's Suit. Ouo Barrel I'lour, from D. S. Shella- Ono Barrel l''lonr, from D. S. Shel- Oui> Silk Umbrella. Ono Kino Club Bag Valise and Strap. Uno Silk Hat. One Child's Overcoat. 15 ouch consisting of one Clock 15 ouch consisting of one Stem Winding Watch. J. R. RACE CO. THE Lvman Vapor Stove, Has taken the Highest Award at the cinnatti Industrial Exposition for the years 1881, 1882 and 1883, over all Competitors It will interest you to examine it, whether you intend purchasing or not. Call and see it at the OLD CORNER HARD- WARE STORE. CLOSE, CRISWOLD CO. PEHSONAL AM) EHPEBSOXAL. was a enying of Mrs. Sigournoyi Chat "it ia one proof of good and true reJu'nement of feeling to rospecti antiquity." Gcorgo A. Perkins, U. S.; N., who married a rtmightor of the latCi William lv Weld, of Boston, received, with bis wife a fortune of Boston Post. Harris and Jackson, of Tennessee, have presented to the White' House a portrait of tho widow of Vrcsi-l dent 1'olk ns a gift from tho ladies of; that State. Johnson, a fcnialo member ofi tho Boston bar, has distinguished hor- sulf in winning a suit for a deserted wife, who Kiied lor the custody of her Herald. real name of "Ue.neral the dwarf who WH.S married in Knglandi tho other day, is, the Buffalo f'xjircK says, Joseph I'lynii. and ho was bom in; O.xfonl, (Jlicnango County, N. Y. A. (Jreen, who used to pose i "reformed and great boast was that ho once won UOU from fellow-gamblers utono sitting, i.s now an old man, living in impover- ished circumstances in 1'rcss. William Taylor, tho newly elected Methodist Missionary Bishopj to Africa, when :iskcd tho other day where he will live when he goes to1 tho dark'continent, answered: "la a1 row-boat, perhaps. I shall
met his old who asked: "What has como over you, Bill? Bo fore you came into possession of all that money you wore tho jolliest fellow ir Austin, always in a good humor, and full of fun, but now that.you arc rich, vou sit around as if you had the tooth ache. What has come over you, any- "O, Jim, you don't know, you can't .possibly realize how it hurts a fellow to spend his own Sift- ings, An Answer Wanted. Con any one bring us 8 case of Kidney or Liver Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily cure? We say they can not, as thousands ot cases already per manently cured and who are daily recom mending Electric Bitters, will prove Bright's Disease, JDiabetes, Weak Back or nny urinary complaint quickly curec They purify the blood, regulate the bowela and act directly on the diseased parts Every bottle guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents a bottle by Swear ingen Hnbbari al Go TO Wingate's Iiamp Store and bu one'ot those Steam yon. want to Bee the dirt roll oat ofyoai clothee without a particle ot robbing A MARVELOUS STORY TOLD TWO UTTERS. COntl TUC Cntl. "SSCoaarSt, Now FROM THE 5UN: IBM. "Gentlemen: My father resides at Glovor, Vt. llo has been a great Botfetor from Sorof- ula, and tho inclosed letter will tell jou what a marvelous etloot Ayer s Sarsaparilla has had In his case. I think liis blood most have contained tho liunior for least ten years but it did not show, except in tho form of a scrofulous sore on tbo wridt, until ahout flvo years ngo. From a few spots which ap- peared at that It gradually eproad so as to cover bis entire body. I assure you ho was terribly attlictcd, and an object of pity, when he began using your medicine. How, there are few mon of bis ago who enjoy as good bcaltli ho has. I could easily name fifty peraoua who would testify to the facts in his case. Yours truly, W. M; PBILLII-S." FROM THE FATHER: n duty for mo to state to you llio bonoflt I liave derived from tlie rase of Ayer s Sarsaparilla. Six months ago I was completely covered with a terrible humor and scrofulous Boree. Tho humor caused an incessant and Intolorablo Itching, and the skin cracked so as to cmisa tho blood to flow in many places whenever I moved. My sufferings wore groat, and my llfo n burden. I commenced the uso of the SARSAPAIULLA. in April last, and have used It regularly eince that time. My condition Iwgan to Improve at once. Tho soros have nil healed, and I feel perfectly well in every rospoct being now ablo to do a good day's work, although 73 years of ago. Many inquiro what has wrought such a euro in my caao, and I tell them, as I have bero tried to toll you, Avon's SAHSAPABrLLA. Glovor, Vt., Oct. 21, 1882. Yours gratefully, HIRAM PHILLIPS." ATEE'S SARSATARJLLA euros Scrofula nnrl all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysip- elas, Eczema. Ringworm, Blotches, Sorofl, Bolls, Tumors, and Eruptions of Oio Skin. It clears tho blood of all impu- rities, aids digestion, stimulates tho action of the bowols, and thus restores vitality and strengthens tho whole system. PREPARED BY Dr. Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; 81, six bottles for 95. TAPISSIER FKEKES' GREASE PKOO1'' SILK. Tho London Queen and London Wei- Ion's Journal suy: This silk gives every satisfaction, both 8 to richness, durability and price, it eing n special make, free from us compositions. Messrs. Tupissier Frerea will replace ny length complained of afi not fulfilling he advantages claimed. Demand with nch purchase tho blno ticket guarantee wear. For sale by LINN SCKCGOH. April MANTELS nnd Grates at Ferguson Jillohuut's. moyl'i-dtf OnDEit ice cream, mode of puro cream, t Marcott Michel's. Price per gallon 11.50; per quurt, 40 cents. rnSG-dtf UBE Pnlmoo Tooth Soap, prepared by )r. Thos. 8. Hoskins Co., Uecatur, 111 Sold by nil druggists. july27dtt LIVE INI We heard a man say, Lo cared littlo what he ate, so there was plenty of it. What R shabby conception of the house ho lived in. A palace and a hovol were all the same to him. Another class are as blindly careless of the outside. In cither case a man cheats himself. The recovering of a house should look well and do well. Tho prim newness is mar- velous, but it should be lasting. Whether a coat of paint, or a Coat of Broadcloth, Worsted or on good don't grow rusty with summer rains. Does your house need it? Is it worth a new coat of something to lighten it upY If so, call at B. STINE'S, the Boss Clothier, where the largest assortment of Custom-made Clothing can be found ut all times, and where no garments nro sold to any- body unless they are a PEHFECT FIT, and where Prices are as LOW as anywhere in the United States. And last, where Fire, Smoke, Water and Wind, or any other Humbug, was never indulged in. The Reliable Clot flier J.Stine -CTl V-X, o m i- X 50 ro r r 05 C3 m 0) H I m S o r O tt o I- Q. HAMMOCKS. Large Variety. Lowest Prices. SPECIAL PRICES ON JOB LOTS. U a a o LU o Tents Furnished onShort Notice. FISHING TACKLE, CANE POLES, o Q. O a Id X the place, "SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS.' 257 North Main Street, Decatur, Illinois. STEAM HEATING. Scnlci! proposals will bo received till 1 o'clock p. m., SaturOny, August at ttoe County Clork'd oOicc, IJecatur, 1'or placing tn tho building ns a Court House, apparatus for Fleam heating to beat tbo following rooms Court room. Sheriff's cilice PetltnndGranJ Jury rooms, Treasurer's olllcel Circuit and County Clerk's olllccs. Soft conl burners will bo required. Parties desi- rous of bidding will furnish plans anil specill- cn'.iqns. Tbo right Is reserved to reject any or allbW6- JAMES FREEMAN, H. H. KO3ENOKANTS, M. V. FUNK, J. K. HAYS, S. C. DAVIS, Committee. July 15, Democratic'and Republican Clubs Will do well to get estimates of our Cam- paign Uniforms at B. Stine's, aa we are Headquarters in Deoatur and Maoon county, and are'enabled to .fniniah them lower than anybody. NEW MEAT MARKET! Danzeisen Son HAVE OPENED THEIK liTlABHf AT---- 16, Merchant St., which baa been fitted up with now and everything put in tho most complete order. Wo will keep constantly on hand all kindaof Fresh and Salt Meats, Beef, Fork, Mutton, Ham, Bacon, Sausage, Lard, Eto. WE SELL ONLY THE BEST QUAL- ITY OF MEATS.. DANZEISER SON SULLIVAN BUKOKSB, Civil Engineer and Farm and Lot Lines Accurately Surveyed and Established. Special attention paid to giving dnpth, full anil slzi3 ot drain for systematic Farm, Cily :and'DiBtrict Dralaago. i Survepa and estimates of cost made for con- [structlonof Highways, Streets, IJrldgco, Sow- ;erfl, Dltcbee. Correspondence soliclteu. Post Office Ilox 674. Linn Scruggs', with John A. Brown, Esq., attor- ney at Jaw. Kcsldoaco, 442, North Morgan street, Decatur" 111. GRANULAR LIDS, Iritis, Amaurosia, Near-Eight and all ecrbfulous, painful and chronic diseases of the Bye cured without pain. For reference, etc., address, GALV1SIC1NF1KJUBT, Dcotur, BU GREAT INDUCEMENTS! -FOtt THE- NEXT 3O DAYS The Only and Genuine French Cutter, CORNER OLDSSQUARE. As wo nlwnys Lave been the Leader in Styles and Prices, wo will give yon to-day some of our inducements, and war- ranted as represented: ALL WOOL Cassimere Suits, sold nt in every other store, we sell at 00. ALL WOOL Suits sold anywhere for we will Bell at Boys Suits sold elsewhere at 18.00, we sell at 15.00, ranging from 12 to 17 years. PLAIN FROCK SUITS, all fine wool, worth and hundreds of other articles too numer- ous to mention in our Gents Famishing Goods De- partment and also in our Hat Department. So you will do well by calling at our Famous ONE-PRICE Clothing Store and examining our Goods before calling MB .will. convince you that here, never before known yi the city, purchased an All Wool Cassimere Suit, of the Style, for the small sum of warranted All Wool, or money re- funded. So come, one and all, and convince yourselves that we practice as we preach, and that we are really the mm i THINM Consider before you invest in LESS TRASH when you can buy CUSTOH MADE CLOTHING at less than the goods in the piece is worth. JOHN IRWIN, -AT THK- White Front! Will sell the Entire Stock of Clothing now on the shelves at 60 Gents on the Dollar. Head. Decide: Fine Custom Suits, sio.eo. 9.00. No such values found anywhere else im- the United States. Come early and avtoid the rush. WH Revolving Sign. Near Post Office. MS-fS
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