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GLOBE EEFUBLIO. MOND AY EVENING, JANTTAKY 19, 1885
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Janeary la, 15
Tc Hin.i i Weather
6 30 a. ni
10 SO, in
2 SO p. iu
6:W p. m..
10 10 p m
eu ten )raturt 3. alwra u ro. leiufierature
ol'UuieUaW in IsM, 29 stove Temperature ol
saniedtc in 13, 31 aldose I- wr(nrf f itmr
dt. In It.-. ,:s 11ns lilht 7ith anniversary of
"(old lYUay " The icemakers are al work to
day tiarekauded Arctic jcwelr Uno cheap aud
Ice is already ovr four inches thick in this
uapiain A. J. .Martin, ot .Mecuinicsburg, is
in town to-das.
Will G. Uoss, ot Kenton, formerly of this
city, is at the Lagonda IIoue.
Mr. William U. Falls, business manager of
the Midnight Marriage Company, is in the
city, stopping at the Lagonda Houe.
The crystalmng ot iron fencing and espec
ially of wire sign, by the recent sleet storms
presents one of the most beautiful sights ever
Dave Fitzgerald, or "Comical Dave" as he
is called, is once more the puest of the city,
and is stopping al the station bouse. Dave
has just returued from a trip to South Solon.
G.J. Wons and Dr J. W. Xel-on n ent to
South Charleston tbis afternoon and will in
stall the officers of CI irk Ledge, I O. O. F.,
of that place, this evening. There will be a
nice sprad atter the ceremonies.
Incorporators of thefctrmgfield Republican
Club are reminded of their meeting to-night
at James 1. Goodnin's otiice, Jobn.on build
ing. Arrangement are to be male for se
curing a permanent place ot meeting, time
fixed, etc New members will be received
Xotw thstanding the bitter cold church ser
vices were very well attended yesterday, of
itself showtne an increase of interest in mat
ters of religion. Some of the Sabbath chool
were reduced in attendance a little. Meetings
continue through the wttk, each evening, In
several of the churches.
Box 25 was rung 'n at 8 30 a. m yester
day. Tbe fire s in a small grocery on Eit
Pleasant Hreet kept by Mr. Ashley and wa
extinguished belore the engines arrived. In
fact, if the alarm hadn't been turned in jut
tbe moment it wis, it needn't have been at
all. No damage to speak of.
AH Scotsmen of tbe city and vicinity in
terested in the celebration of the Hums an
niversary, next Monday evening, January 2C,
are earnestly requeued to meet at Jardme's
Etoie this evening, at 7 30 o'clock, to com
plete arrangements. The programme of ex
ercises is to be made np an.) other matters of
interest to all discussed
Tbe members of Mr. B. II. Warder's fam
ily find the Washington atmosphere favora
ble to their health. Mr. Warder, who has
been about some in forcicn countne, pro
nounces Washington the hindioinet city in
the world. The late Cbailes Sumner said
that the Capitol at Washington was the finest
public building in ihe world There is, cer
tainly, nothing cqusl to it in Europe.
Tbe season has been very favorable to
wheat, so far. Before the recent cold weather
came on, as was true of the last period of ex
treme cold.the crop was nicely covered.so thor
oughly, as to fully protect it from damage.
Previous to tbe last freeze a coating of ice
covered the ground, which was in turn cov
ered with snow. It now seems likely that
we are to hive a setond ice harvest.
A letter was received here, Saturday, from
Dr. D. Phillips dated at Santiago, Chili;
December 10th. The Doctor says "Money
matters here are getting worse. We have a
Tery backward Spring, with very few straw
berries and they say we will have very little
fruit this year. Tbe wheat crop, I believe, is
Tery good. It is about ready to be harvested."
Champion Reapers have been sunt to Chili and
we presume they will do their part of tbe
Xenia Gazette "Tbe heavy sleet of last
night played havoc with the running of
trains Trees fell across the track and wires
were borne down and broken. Tbe Spring
field train had to stop last night and this
morning to chop trees off the road. So. 5
due from Columbus here at an early hour,
was very late, tbe traia dispatcheis at this
point having no account of her whereabouts
until she reached South Charleston, on ac
count of the wire bei-g down at that point."
The Rev. Mr. Warren preached, Sunday
morning, on the duty of parents to bring up
their children in "the nurture and admoni
tion of the Lord " He especially urged
fathers to give personal attention to the train
ing ot their children in right way", taking
care, first ot all, to go in them themsehe".
Falhers.Mr. Warren said, should share with
mothers, who were usually overburdenel with
care, in the duty and work of caring for
tbe menlaland moral cultuie of the boys and
The sewir lommittee is to meet this after
noon to net upon the Limestone street sewer,
which is now completed. An invitation has
been extended them to take a walk through
the big hole from Patton to Mulberry street
and inspect for themselves tbe manner in
which tbe work has been done. It would be
funny if some galoot should accidentally un
cover olc or two "man boles" along the line.
The committee would be apt to conclude they
had struck the long-sooght "Northwest Pas
sage" across tbe po'nr reioi '
The narrow ecape from 'he burning of
Mr. Heiski l's house, at St. Charleston, from
the taking fire of tbe wood work beneath the
grate should suggest to owners of houses
everywhere to invesliga'e their own prem-i-es.
No doubt many bouses in this city are
in danger ot taking fire in tbe sime way and
workmen have, already, in some instances
been employed to examine grates and take up
tbe hearths and put in cement and tile in such
a way as to mane them secure. The flooring
under grates becoires very dry under tbe con
stant heat above them, and very easily
E. S. Wallace, Esq., returned from Cincin
nati Saturday evening, having arranged for
the trial of the C. II Berry pension cae, in
United States Court, set for Friday, February
6, next. A large number of witnesses from
here will be subpunaed to testify. Castle
who is now in tail in Cincinnati, on charge
of using the U. S. mails to carry on swin
dling operations, will be transferred to jail
here as soon as arrngemenl3 can be made
His ca-e has not come lXure tne United
Slates O-and Jury yet It wM be remem
bered be was surrendered bj his bondsmen
to tb authorities.
Tbe 5-dJ-40 solo ami cborus performers
are requested to meet at tbe Lagonda House
parlors at 7.30, this evening.
Auditor Semss will bold the annual tax
sale of property in the county, against which
unpaid Uxej lor last year are changed, in the
courNhou'e to-morrow morning. The orig
inal list ot delinquent", as published recently,
was rather loneer than the average, hut
many bare since stepped up to the captain's
office and settled their little accounts.
At tbe meeting of the Clark County Re
publican Central Committee, Sitnrday, writ-
ttn protest was filed by A. S. Way against
the sealing of Tbomas Jewett as a memler
ot the committee from precinct H, Fifth
Ward It was alleged that Jewett is a resi
dent of precinct A, and therefore disqualified
to represent preunct B; and, further, tha.tbe
contestant was the only person voted for in
the latter precinct, and therefore is entitled
to the seat Mr. Jewett was present at tbe
meeting and a;ted with the committee Satur
day. He asked permission to make a state
ment ot facts in the case, as be and his friends
viewed them, but as Way was neither pres
ent in person or by representative, it was de
cided not to enter upon the matter at that
time, and a committee was appointed, as
named in the regular report elsewhere, to
hear the case and report at the next meeting
fl rah am Menu-ell Acnln ami Lastly.
Mr. Deuwell of tbis city has been some
what interviewed on the Foraker candidacy
and the colored vote, by several reporters.
He now says that he has been misrepresented
bv the reporters since the first interview a
published in the GLOBt-RErciiLic, and
reiterates substantially what he said in that
He wishes to sav further that he never
said that the colored vote against Foraker in
the last election was only 200, but that his
estimate is 5,000 out of the 25.000 in the
He thinks however that the mass of the
colored vote will go for the nominee of the
Republican patty, even if it should be For
aker. His first choice is Kcifer; second,
Bcatty, and third, Foraker or Kennedy.
A I !a,l I) Mixed Case.
The Aenia Gazette says- "A disgusting
cae was developed in the Mayor's court this
morning, by the arrest of L zzie Liwrence, a
white girl, aged sixteen years, upon a charge
of disorderly conduct. The Lawrence girl,
who claims to have a huband living in
Springfield, has been living with Maxwell in
an Ea-t End shanty. A few days ago he lelt
her and commenced housekeeping with an
other white woman named Moms. As soon
as the Lawrence girl learned of her lover's
infidelity she went to the house of his new
flame and inaugurated a reign of terror, the
two white women indulging in a spirited
conflict over tbe colored msn. Maxwell
bcanie involved in the quarrel, and be
and Mrs. Liwrence, as she calls herself,
were arrested. The latter pleaded cuilty this
morning and was fined five dollars and costs
and was given a ten days' suspended work
house sentence, she to leave town to escape
imprisonment. . She put up a watch and
chain and two dollars to liquidate the claim.
Maxwell will Inve a hearing upon the charge
next Tuesday morning. Last summer Max
well enticed the Lawrence girl outide the
corporation limits and gave her a sound beat
ing. He was arrested and fined for the as
sault and the girl raised the money to pay
his way out. There is no way to s-ccount
for the Strang infatuations ot these two
white women. Both of them present a very
respectable appearance on the streets."
I' A O VE
The Annual Meet to le Held In this City
Next July Meeting or Officers.
A meeting of the officers of the League of
American Wheelmen was held in the La
gonda House parlors this morning, and was
well attended. Tbe question of tbe next
place for holding the annual meet came up,
and, without discussion, it was unanimously
decided that Springfield should be the place
The meet will consist of a two
days' session, commencing Monday, July 20.
On the first morning the business meeting of
the League will be held, and in the afternoon
the races and fancy riding will be held at the
Fair Grounds. Tuesday afternoon will al"o
be given up to racing, and on Tuesiay even
ing a grand banquet will be tendered the visi
tors at one of the hotels. It is expected that
there will be between three aud four hundred
bicyclists in the city. Tney will make their
headquarters at the Lagonda House. An ef
fort will be made to make this one of the
most interesting meetings ever held. Most of
the officers ot the League belong in this city
and they say it will be very strange if
they do not get np one of the most
rousing receptions the League ever
met with. The officers of the League, who
are now here, express themselves as very
much pleased with Springfield. The Nomi
nating Committee yesterday recommended
the re-election of Mr. T. J. Kirkpatrick a3
chief consul. The also recommended tbe
election of two more representatives, and
these will probably be given to the Cincin
nati and Cleveland clubs.
Great Noise and Little lire.
There was a triple alarm of fire at 7.30
this morning, box 45, at North and Race
streets, and box 42, at Yellow Springs and
Main, being pulled in, and box 43 keyed in,
one round, from the Central engine-house.
What fire there was occurred in a large frame
house owned by a Mr. Edenhcimer, on the
corner of the alley between Yellow Springs
and Race streets on Columbia. Two sisters
named Griffin have rooms in the house, and
and in gathering up some garments one of
them, it is supposed, dropped a match of
spirk into a box of clothing standing in a
corner, which, after smoldering a" wbile,
broke into a blaze. The box was thrown out
and the fire extinguished with buckets be
fore the engines arrived. A hole was burned
in the floor and ceiling and the inside blinds
charred. The loss is estimated at $25 to $50.
Tbe obliging but excited and over-muscular
party who pulled in Box 42 under the insane
notion be must return tbe key of the box to
tbe place where he got it, worked and twisted
at it until it broke short oS in t! e key-hole.
Tbe same thing happened yesterday morning
at the Pleasant street fire, the key of Box 25
bnaking off in the key-hole. Both were re
moved with tiers and have been mended.
People will never learn, apparently, to keep
cool and follow directions about alarms of
fire. Tbe brass keys can only be removed
from boxes with master-keys, in the hands of
the Chief Engineer and one or two other
The Sunday morning fire was in tho build
ing owned by II. A. Ashley and occupied as
a grocery by Frank Collins, who loses about
$10 in stock. The shelving was damaged
The frisky young goat at the Central
hou" got in the way of the reel as it started
to leave the house and was run over, a wheel
passing over his shoulder and cutting off part
of one hoof. No bones were broken and Dp
Barnes, who has the case in charge, hopes
to bring the patient through without serious
Tbe wife of Officer Xorton is still danger
ously ill, requiring his presence at home
part of the time.
Meeting and Orfranltatlon ofthe County
Central Committee-John W. Parson
Klccteil Chairman Notice f Contest
Primary Election Plans.
The Clark County Republican Central
Committee, for 1885, met in tbe Commis
sioners' room Saturday afternoon, January 17,
and was called to order at ten minutes to
three o'clock by J. H. Rabbitls, Chairman of
last year's committee. G. J. Wones was
was made Temporary Chairman. Roll call
showed the following named members pies
ent P. M. Cartmell. H. Lenhart. Ed. Con
way, G. J. Wones, Tbomas Jewett, W. M.
Ro'ckel, J. P Goodwin, J. B. Clingerman, Al.
Hughel, David Crabill, Ira Paige, F. Howell,
II. C. Laybourne, Wes. McDonald.
On motion of Mr. Jewett it was decided to
fill vacancies on the Committee before pro
ceeding to permanent organization, and the
following were elected: First ward, A.J.
Baker; Second ward, P. M. Cartmell ; Stith,
precinct B, Wes. McDonald; SeTenth, pre
cinct A, Geo. C. Rawlins; Eighth
ward, precinct B, H. C. Laybourne.
Mr. Rabbitts, in reply to a question, stat
ed that he positively declined to act as
chairman of the Central Committee another
year. Mr. McDonald presented the name of
John W. Parsons, and Mr. Conway that of
J. P. Goodwin. The name of O. F. Serviss
was suggested, and also that of G. J. Wones,
who positively declined. On Mr. Cartmell's
motion the rules were suspended and Mr.
Parsons was elected chairman by acclamation
Mr. Goodwin withdrawing his name. In
like manner the following additional officers
were elected1: Vice Chairman, David Crabill ;
Secretary, J. P. Goodwin: Treasurer, G. J.
Mr. JeTett was present, and proposed to
make a statement, but as tbe contcster was
not present, it was decided to refer the mat
ter to a committee of three, to report at tbe
next meeting, and tbe chair appointed as such
coroinittec P. M. Cartmell, A. Lenhart and
On Mr. McDonald's motion the rules gov
erning the committee of last year were
adopted for the government of Ihe new com
A call being made for a statement of the
financial condition ot the commlttee.sccretary
Goodwin reported that all claims had been
paid tor the last campaign excepting $44, for
which the bills bad not been presented.
Mr. Jewett suggested that it would be ap
propriate at tbu time for the Cen'ral Com
mittee to take some action as to manner of
conducting the next primary election. It was
urged that, so far as the city is concerned.the
management of its political affairs had been in
the hands of the executive committed
consisting of the members of the Central Com
mittee from tbe nine wards and Springfield
township, and that tbe matterof nominating
city officers wa3 not one in which the County
Central Committee, as such, had jurisdiction.
A motion by Mr. Cartmell that a committee
of fifteen be appointed to devise a plan for
nominating officeis to be voted for at tbe
spring election was adopted without a dis
senting vote. Tbe committee consists of one
from each Ward, and the members from
Springfield, Genu;n. Mad River, Moorefield
and Green township". Wards having two
members of the Central Committee will be
represented on this committee of fifteen by
A. Lenhart, Third Ward; Thomas Jewel
Fifth; We. McDonald, Sixth; Geo. C. Raw
lins Seventh, and J. B. Clingerman, Eighth.
The Central Committee adjourned to meet
at 1 :30 p. m, Saturday, February 9, at the
In declining to be a candidate for the
Chairmanship of the Committee Mr. Goodwin
said it waj well known he would be a candi
date for office at tbe spring election, and as
that involved five or six weeks of hard work
u u . ....J ..,,. -.:.,, fri,;,m,,fi pest, in, the .-0-called wire worm, m
hecouldnt attend to tbe duties of Chairman of nismicha:) q
the Lommittee. tie was oongea ior me con
fidence shown, but thought it would not be
an advantage to the party to make him Chair
man. Rub-A-Dub! Rub-A-Dub!
Tho snaro drum of familiar use and
of particularly familiar use during the
last month is of two sorts, designated
as tho "Prussian" and tho "regulation,"
says tho New York Sun. Both sorts
are in use, but tho Prussian pattern of
late j ears has got rather tho better of
its rival. Tho differences between the
two are these: Tho regulation drum is
fifteen inches deep, and is strung with
cord, and hangs at the sido from a
shoulder belt. The Prussian drum is
eight inches deep, is strung by metal
rods which are worked by a key, and
hangs from tho waist belt, a hollow
rest further supporting it on tho knoe.
Maiden lane is tho great warehouse
for snare drums, which are manufac
tured all about. They aro classed with
musical instruments., and aro sold by
those who sell guitars, violins, flutes,
etc. There are se en such wholesale
bouses in Maiden lane.
The round body of the snare-drum is
called tho shell, "it is made of brass,
plain or nickel plated, or 61 bird's-eyo
maple, mahogany, rosewood or white
holly. Tho heads of tho snare-drum
are made of calfskin or sheepskin.
Sheepskin is used in cheap drums for
children. The drum seen in tho bands
has a calfskin head sixteen inches in
diameter. The skin is prepared witli
great care, in order that all tho fatty
parts may bo removed, and that there
may be no flaws in it.
The drum of the Prussian model, as
has been said, is tigiitened with metal
bars instead of conl. Tho bars are sim
ple screws, antl are worked with a key.
The regulation model has the old
fashioned coreiing and tho leather cars
or braces. Tho eneis of tho cord aro
secured, in what is called a drummer's
knot about as incomprehensible a
knot as there is. The purpoo of tho
knot is to regulalo tho length of tho
cord, and it docs this in a singular fa
cile fashion, grow ing larger or smaller,
ami taking up or letting out slack
under merely the simplest manipula
tion. The ordinary elnim has further seven
snares made of catgut, and tightcneel
nowadays by a simple apparatus called
a snare-strainer. Ihe snare-strainer is
not many j cars old, but drummers now
call it a "necessity. Drummers in tho
war of the rebellion got along without
it. Finally, eery snare-drum has a
little hole in the shell called a vent. If
itwero not for this tho drum-head
would burst atthc first good tap.
Snare-drurai, Prussian or regulation,
costfrom $3.50 to$12.00. The ordinary
drummer penrs, perhaps, a 10 drum
with a mahogany shell. Drum sticks
are made of rosewood, cocoawood, and
ebony, tho two woods last named being
Mathcw Ilraily, who has just been
lined 100 for illicit distillation in Dub
lin, lias solved a great historic doubt
by gimg into the hands of tho police
the follow ing recipe for the manuf jc
ture of Irih poteen. Materials for ten
gallons: Ten ounces of prunes or
Prench plums, one and a quarter
ounces of green tea, two ounces of or
ris root, one-ematter ounce of angelica
root, one-half ounce of sulphuric acid,
oiiiHJiiartor ounce of cream of tartar,
'-"iiu-s of vanilla, essence of aluioud.
Till DLTIFB IIP THF OFVTLKM SRX
HOU IIFST FULFII.LFD.
What a great task is. assigned to wo
man. Its elignity cannot beeleiated It is
no her proince to make laws, to lead
armies nor to be at the head of great en
terpi ises, but to her is given the power to
form those bv whom the laws are made,
to teach the leaders of might armies and
the governors of vast empires. She is
required to guard agatnst having the
slightest taint of bodily infirmity touch
the frail creature whose moral, intellect
ual and physical being is derived from
her. She must instil correct principles,
inculcate right doctrines, and breathe into
the soul of her oflVpring those pure senti
ments w hich in time to come w ill be a
part of-thcmselves, and bless generations
yet unborn. Yes, to woman is given the
blessed privilege of aiding the sufferer in
all the various stages of his existence. She
smiles serenely at the, christening, and
w ceps at the burhl, w hile she soothes the
bereaved heart. This is her province and
duty. Yet how can she fulfill her mission
unless pos-,essed of a strong and healthy
body? The preparation of Dr. S. B.
Ilartman, and know n as Peruna, is just
the thing for persons suffering from a ma
jority of the complaints incident to this
climate. It is invaluable to women, and
Mrs. J. W. Reynolds, of New Lisbon,
Columbiana county, Ohio, is a noted ex
ample of what the medicine can do. She
says she lias suffered for y cars w ith con
gestion of the lungs, catarrh in the head,
and w as troubled w ith a bad cough. She
had tried a number of physicians, but
they all failed to cure her. She was in
duced to try Pfrunw, and immediately a
marked change took place. After using
one bottle her cough ceased and in a short
time her other ailments w ere cured. She
is now complete! v restored to health, and
gives all the credit to PnRiwA. Mr. J.
V. Reynolds, her husband, was a con
firmed invalid. He could not sleep well,
neither could he work. Ilcuscd Peruna,
nnd as a result, was completely restored
to his former vigor and strength. He
sav s he now feels, like a new man.
'Mr. Bernhardt Sctibs, St. CIir, St.
Clair county, Mich , say s; " I have thor
oughly tried vour Perl'W in the various
diseases to w fiich parents, and alarge fam
ily of children are ever liable, and I find
it in ev cry cae to be just the thing needed.
No family can honestlv be without it."
Nancy Feterman, Cookport, Indiana
County, Pa , sav s: "Gentlemen: Your
valuable Peruna is the best medicine I
The I to ami tho nemc-Scttrr.
Spcnkinjj of bone-spffers recalls a
cooel tory wli eh occurred in the
North of Scotland, where ono of them
hail risen to great Lime anil no small
fortune bj Ins skill. A country lad
residing a few mile" off had got hi? k'jr
hurt at ono of the local fartorics, ami
had been trcateel for some time by tin
local medical imn without any gool
result. Ills mother, who had great
faith in tho ne glil onng bone-etter,
wanted tho lad to go to him, w hich ho
deel ned, prcforr az, a-t ho sa d, tho
"regular ficulty." Eventually, how
ctcr, his mother's pi iMn-ions prevail
ed, and he agrood to allow himself to
bo taken to see Daniel R , the bone
setter. A beel for the invalid was ex
temporized on a cart, and accompanied
by his anxious mother, ho was, after a
rather painful journey, taken to tho
town where tho lone-setter res dcd.
Tho leg was duly examined, anil it was
found necessary to haul it ery severe
ly to order, as tho bonectter saiil "to
got the lone in." Tho lad was liberal
with his screams wh lo this was going
on, but eventually the bono was "got
in", and he was told to go homo and
in a few days ho would bo all light and
fit for his work.
He was lifted upon the cart again,
and with his mother seated besido liira
set out for home. "Didn't Danny do
tho thing well?" sa!d the joyous old
lady. "Yc, he did mother," said tho
lad," "but I was na sie a fool as to gio
him the sair leg!" Tho "rcg'lar facul
ty" will, wo have no doubt, appreciate
the story. Whitehall Review.
The tobacco plantations in Southern
Hunirarv are threatened by a terrible
plant just abovo the root, and thpn
works it destriK tivo way right "to the
dowers. Plants thus attacked yield no
tobacco whate er, as tho leaves turn
rcllon and fall shortly after tho worm
has attacked the stem. The tobacco
tvorni merely attacks the root. The
largo plantations of Maslak, which are
elcbratedfor their cxi client produce,
lave b en'nearly all destroyed this year
y tin1 wire worm, while in other dis
r eN the tobacco worm has done much
It is not enough to say that a medicine
will cure tbis or that disease. What is
wanted to bear out the cass is actual testi
mony of cures effected. Mr. W. R. W.
Chambers, of Pittsburc, Pa, says: "I was
fearfully crippled with rheumatism, and for
weeks I could not even walk with the aid ot
crutches. Seven bottles ot Mishler'a Herb
Bitters completely cured me. I have never
been troubled with it since, notwithstanding
In Tlici Oarilen off Kden.
It is said that our first parents were not
troubled ky dysnepaia, and that they knew
nothing ot debility, liver complaint, or ma
larious diseases. But the children of Adam,
from Cain down to the present time, have in
herited bae. blood and a host of other dis
orders, most of which can be driven out by
the timely use of Brown's Iron Bitters. Mr.
J. D. Rodefer of Greendale, Va , was cured of
a badca e of eczema by this valuable medicine,
and recommends it to every one in bis neigh
borhood for any disorder of the blood, aitd a
Mr C. F. Tilton, Frceport, III., had suffered
with rheumatism fifteen yeirs at times con
fined to the hou3e for dS. He says: "I
have used two bottles of Athlopboros and
seem to be entirely curea. I cannot s-vy too
much for the medieme."
AVIin lloctora Disagree
It will be time enough to doubt the reliability
of Kidney-Wort. Doctors all agree that it is
a most valuable medicine iu all disorders of
the Liver, Kidneys and Bowel", and tretment
ly prescribe it. Dr. P. C Ballou, ot Monk
ton says- The past year I have used it more
than ever, and with the best result". It is
the most successful remedy I have ever used."
Such a recommendation speaks for itself.
Sold by all druggists. See advt.
Dnu&hlers, Wives nuel Mother.
We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchist's
Catholicon, a Female R medv, to cure Fe
male Diseases, such as ovarian troubles, in
flammation anil ulceration, falling and dis
placements or bearing down feeling, irregu
larities, barrenness, change of life, leucor
bu'a, besides many weaknesses springing
from tbe above, like heidtacbc, bloitmg,
spinal wenkuesses, sleeplessness, nervous de
bility, palpitation of the heart, etc. For sale
by drugnsts. Price $1 and $1 L0 per bottle.
"Send to Dr. J. B. Marchist, Utica, X. Y., for
pamphlet, free. For Eale by Chas. Ludlow.
Remarked by R. C. Joiner, of Allen P. 0.,
Hillsdale Co., Mich.: "Nothing gave my rheu
matism such tuick relief as Dr. Thomas's
Evlectrie Oil believe it infallible for rbeuma5
louug Men! Kenel This.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, M'ch ,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men ( oung or old) afflicted
with nervous debility, loss of vitality and
manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia. ;aralysis, and many
other disease". Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. Ho
risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al
lowed. Write them at once for illustrated
WE WILL OPEN FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,
TEN CASES BLEACHED MUSLIN
BROWN AND BLEACHED
SHELLING IN ALL WIDTHS
BLACK BRO. & GO.
FULTON & HYPES
Fine White Shirts
Laundried and Unlaundried.
The New Short Bosoms and Plaited
Fronts, Fancy I'cnanir Shirts,
Bo?' Shirts, Night Shirts.
All (Jarnients are well made, from
Ilit-clus materials and are perfect
N. B. Special Shirt Measure Taken.
FULTON & HYPES,
6 1-2 EAST MAIN ST.
c. a. COKVEESE,
Be'pectfnUj announces to his patrons and tbe
tbe public, that he has rf moved from his forum
location, 13J South Limestone street, to
Rooms 5 and 6 Mitchell Building,
Cor. Lime tone and lllgli Ms.
Thankful for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended him; with the latest appliance ued In
dentistry, and best furnished lental harlors in
Central Ohio, he hopes to merit the continued
confidence of his patrons. Fngagementa by tele
phone No. 391. Nitrous oxide eas administered for
extraction of teeth when desird.
The three outlets of disease are the bowel',
the skin aiid tbe kidneys. Regulate their ac
tion with the best purifying tonic, Burdock
JSTWell Drased People don't wear
dingy or faded things when tbe 10c. ami
guaranteed Diamond Dye will make them
pood as new. They are perfect. Get at
druggists and lie economical. Well, Rich
ardson k Co., Burlington, Vt.
CUKKS lOK riLli-v
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense of
weight In the back, loins and lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has some effection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, lifter getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles
jield at once to the application of Dr.
Boanko's Pile Remrdy, which acts directh
upon the paits affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. Bakhaus i. Co.
Tbe Prettlent Laily in Sprincllelil
Remarked to a friend the other day that she
knew Kemp's Balaam for tbe Throat and
Lungs was a sujienor remedy, as it stopped
her cough instantly when others had no cf
lect whitever. Soto prove tbis Dr. I.J.
Casj er will guvantee it to all. Price &0
cents and $1. Trial size free.
Mop Tlittl Ciitigm
Dr. Marchiis Rock Candy Couch Cnre,
warranted to cure or money refunded, cough,
cold', hoarseness, tbroit and lunir trouble;
alo good for ihildren. Rock Candj Cough
Cure contains the healing properties ot pure
white rock candy, nub extnuts of roots aud
herb. Only 25 tents. Large ootlles $1,
cheajiest to buy. For ale by Cbna. Ludlow.
A 111 LI 1111. i; ARTICLE.
For enterprise, nush and a de-ire to gt
such goods as will give Ihe trade sti action.
Ad. Bakhaus k Co , the druggis's, leads all
competition. They sell Dr. Bo5 inko's Cough
and Lung Syrup, because it is the bel medi
cine on tbe market, for Cough', Cold', Croup
and Primary Consumption. Price 50 tents
and $1.00. Simples Iree.
l'opttltc Cure tor l'llen.
To tbe people ol ibis County we would say
we have been given the Agency of Dr. llar
cbisi's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically
guaranteed to Cure or money refunded In
ternal, External, Blind, Bleeding or Itching
Piles. Price 60 Cents a Box. So Cure, Xo
Pay. For sale by Charles Ludlow, Drupgist.
A CARD. To all who are sufTerliiir rroin
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood. Ac, I will
send a reclre tbit will cure you, FUEF. (,F
C1I AKUE. This great remedy was discovered ty
a missionary in South America, end self-ad-dressed
envelope to KhV. JOSErH T. IMIAS
Station !.. New York.
The Mtakerft !o no ime Cnviuetic, but
wheever has seen Ihcm must have noticed the
bright, clear complexion of the bister There is
none of that tinge of yellow about the eye, no
dark hrown spots on the skin. They look bright
end cheerful because they enjoy koou health, they
malnttin perfect digestion by the use of the Ma
ker Eitrac os Roots (Mend sbyrup).
John Conner writes from Ksoe. Mo, August
16, 1SSI: 4,I must say a word or two In regard to
yourgrert medicine. About foui earsagoIws
taken down with a burning in my ktomach a d
rheumatism. I began growing weik ao 1 could
noteatarythlug. J tried everything I could bear
of but could not find auy help. I wan induced to
try a bottle of the shaker kxtract of Koots, and
I commenced getting better at once I have ued
six bottles, and now 1 can eat anything without
its injuring me. 1 gladly recommend it to any
one suffering with dvsperaia." The bakr Tax
I Captulw sure Coigns.
BRO & CO
Z I vv-rjMl
--i -r i i la i i
9$ - -.JZi'.'sZSzt
"TIIK OLD FOLKS AT TIOMK."
The New York Hoard of Health etiniate that
,() Hret haTe been destroyed by the expbwiTe
qualities of ptrIeuin If every houti hold would
adoit the White al oil fjr family use, none of
lhee unfortucMe accident would occur.
WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL
has none of tho defects usually found in common
oil. It cannot bv exploded. loe not char the
" wick, ill not smokev emits no ofl naive Odor, and
prevent tbe breaking ot chimneys.
WHITE SEAL RURNING OIL
is a rith oil for illuminating purpoes. It is at
lfhbtin co or as pure fprin? water. It give a
strong steady light, and burns mech longer than
If this oil is not vri 1 in Tonr vicinity, vend yonr
order dlitct te v form barrel or a case containing
to five-gallon cans.
BROOKS OIL COMPANY,
.3 EUCLID AtENCi:. CLEVELAND. O.
114 -! 112SO0TU TKKKT,MlWTORK.
ry.tr wo k iwi
ftiiibt wsn eaftr tixwe
we r- pfciieJ O rer t
that It has g wl eplire
sam'art ion and e d in
J C. William.. C Cow
Sold by Druggists.
V 1! rnrlfyt'i" KtCOP. rer
Ms fef'A lisa tlie LIVCRend rf'C:irS
W P3 Cj I ll'-sri u. THE ilrli-l
cfTv-. tLutfUaO-tcf -iOCIIL V-
aa fc- r " ' -at oi Aree' 'to. I
Jsi-Vv - st'on, 1-aCi ,! btrenr
vysJS-SA oml jiredrc;lU.ca'so'utr
wjV-c c ire J. 1 'lies, nuuclcs an
tiii, nllser iho mind &r
- - ,- faprllc! Kri'ii Powc
resRl.ttSil ;.eri!iarto tlie'r tcx
a Iniilt UiiriLi.JiiMJ jo ac MF-u-.
redji .0 ti -vc'ivar.hrnlthrsftnvis lo
lar , iitari yoi ( en hrioal. Dono.eipr
, ut- e Ull ION ir-sr.
a -t 1a?m.s. o. f. r ot ".DKChX roott,"
i r i wet- " i n
DO AS OTHERS
Aro your Kidneys disordered?
-Kldncj Wort brought mo from ray grave, aa It
were, after 1 had bes n given up by IS best doctor in
Dutroiu" M. (V. Ifcveraui, Mechanic, Ionia, Hich.
Aro your nerves weak?
"Kllnrj- Wort cured me from nersous weajrnewi
At mfur I wa nt t eipeeted to Uv." Mrs. at. Js. B.
GMdyiiri,iA.ChnitiinXim'Jrr Cleveland, t.
WE i-ured mo when lav water was lust
llko cball. and tuen like Nocrf."
Frank Wilson, reabody.Xajs.
Suffering from Diabetes ?
"Kidney v ort U tie most succw sful remedy I have
ever tlaeu. Ctlveis almost Immediate, relief."
Pr. rhlllip C liailou, SIonLton, Vt.
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Ki tncy.W ort cured mo of chronic Liver Disease!
"" 'JSffffica. 6tth Sat. Guard.. Y.
Is your Back lame and aching?
"IQiiney-Wort,! bottle) cured mo when I wum
lime I bad to roll cut of bed." ,
C.1L TaUuutffe, Milwaukee, TVU
Have you Kidney Disease?
-Mdnej Wort made me round!.. Her and kidneys
after yean of unsuccessful dortorinff. It wortn
$10 a Lux Sam 1 llods, WiUiamatown, Vi t Va,
Are you Constipated?
4KIdney Wort caa-s easy evacuations and cured
me aXwr 18 ycari u of other medicine.
elonalrclUld. St. AlbeUU,Tt.
Have you Malaria?
TEIdney w ort has done better than any other
remedy I have ntfuwl ? pry rractW."
Dr. 1L X. Clark, South Iitro, Vt
Are you Bilious?
Kidney Wort has done me more cood thaa any
other remedy I wto eer taken.'
ilra-J.T ualloway, Elk Flat, Oregon.
Are you tormented with Piles?
Kidney ft ort prmanrtly cured me of blcedJCtf
piles. Dr w (X Wine recommended It to me."
Aro voti Rheumatism racked?
"Kiday Wort curea me, after 1 was piTen opto
aieijy t nysician' ana i aw uii..rru iuuj jto
hlbrtde Malcolm, w est Bath, aJ
"Kidney Worl cured me of peculiar troubles of
uT.rutv. a.rm Htun.lific M&nr f riendt uw and Draise
it. ilxs. 1L Lamoreaux, Isle La Motie, Vt.
you would Banish Disease
ana gam .tieann, xatce
The ulood cleansir.
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M-i ti?rJsafr3s I
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ft-Vl TO 4 DATS."i1
GotrftCtMd act taM
IKS I-si rt-'-il Ci
sfVtwTfiiior- ' -VJ:
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XiXr Ui TaJ i o
CUvelnnd, Colnmbin, Cincinnati and In-
GREAT CENTRAL TRUCK ROUTE.
EAST V1S'I WJESJT.
rhroueta car, with connection In Cnloi Vrmol.
Onlr direct line via ("leTelind, liuttilo and Jil
agra I-alla to New lork and Krm 1 nglaod.
Direct connections for all bonlhern, bouthweat.
tin and tern poinU, either tr waj of Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or bt LouIj. list Time, New
bquipment, and running through the mjt popu
lar part ot the countrj; poweaslng everr appli
ance or fpel and comfort known to be servlce
??ler Th X?1 to'd-''! and the bafeat Koad la
the West. Tlcketa hj this p.pulr route far sal.
at all regular ticket offices.
A. J. SMITU, General Paswnijer Agent.
C. C. C. & I. RAILWAY
Tnlnj Lam 3:!n; Int.
Bprlnr., Del. A Col Accom
S. Y. A Boston Ezprens
C'Inc'T -tl A N. l.rimt ljne.
Clevelau I rant Llne......
10 05 a a
7n't lurt S:izz Zz-.il.
Midnight Express . 2:10 a m
Hprlngfleld Accom . 5 10am
springneid A Cincinnati Express IS -31 am
Cm, A Indianapolis Express-
5 40 p in
Dayton, Cln.,4bt. L.EX...
Sp'fd. 4 C'In. Accom, Sunday only!
Tn!u ArrlTo Tk StstS.
'Midnight ExpreRs. .. ,
. Y. 4 lioston txprevt..
Cin. 4 Delaware Express
C'eveland Kaat Line ,
12 IV m
10 05 in
3 J5 r m
Sp'fd. 4 On. Accom., Sunday only,
tin. 4 N. Y. Fast Lint L.
In ArrfTi rna lui.
5 45 pm
Delaware, fen'fd. .t On. Einrrai
Cincinnati frast Line .
Columbus, Delaware aal cpringfield Ac 7.30 pm
These trains le the only ones running on
Train Having at ll.S" a. m. ha throazh
sleeping car to Boston without change.
The train leaving at 3 85 has parlor cart
Cleveland, connecting with the torouith
leeiiertoew York a il Boston
All trains run iy entral standard Time
wbico Is 23 minutes slower than Vprin jbeM time.
Ulo. II. Kmuiit,
Ticket Agent, Arcade liuteL
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THHQUGH PASSENGER TRAINS 2
Jailj , each way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant .Modern Coaches on Dij Trains.
Steel Hails, Miller Platforms and
Couplers, Air Brakes and .ill
Shortest anj Most Desirable Route Be
tween the Lnit and West. Through
Tlcketa and UaggHce Checks
o all Principal 1'olnts.
Particular adrantages offered to Western Emi
grants. Land and Tourist Tickets to ail points
reached by any line.
Passenger trains leare frpringfisld, O , as follosrs:
Going West, 1:3.5 a. m., 11:34 a. m., 5.2. p in.
Going test, 1I.3S a. m., 10.03 a. m., 8:00 a. m.'
8.40 p. m.
Going North, 2:45 a. m., 14:10 a. m.. 8:40 p. m.
(Jolng South, O. & K. K., 10.30 a. in., 3.3o p. m.
C. E. Ifendersun, U. SI. Ilronaon,
Geo'l Manager. Gen'I Ticket Agt.
. II. ItOCUK, Agent, Springnld.O.
Trains Arrl.e from Jackson and Washington C. H.
No. 1 (except Sunday)
. 5:15 p.m. 4:30 p. m
..10:10 a.m. 9.50 a.
Trains Depirt for Jtcluoa and UtiMagtoa C H
Springfld E. K.
No. 2 (except Sunday) 11 15 a. m.
No. 4 (except Sunday)... . 5 55 p. m.
10-30 a. m.
5 35 p. in.
Y. r. 4 O. ItAILWAY.
Trains leave galas: tilt
No. 4, N. Y. L'mlted Ex -10:3b a. m.
No. 8, New York Express 5:19 p. m.
No. li, Atlantic Express. .10-34 a. in.
4 49 p. m.
Trains Lilys gclng West.
SpilngHd R. R.
No. l.rin and West'n Fx 12 11 p. m. 12-2Sp. m.
No 3, Pucitie Express.. 2:4 am 1 59 a. ui.
No 5, bt L. Limited hx 1.53 p m. 5.29a.m.
The&e trains are the only ones running: on Sun
day, rrve hack to trains one hour before time of de-
Jiarture J. D. Pulkokk, Ticket Agt., office St.
PAN -HANDLE ROUTE!
!., C. & St. I. Railway.
LITTLE MIAMI DIVISION SrEINGFIELD
C XTE-L STAXDSED TlHI.
F'stL'e Cin Ac W. Ex. E. Ex
ooixowkst No 1. No 11 No. 7. No. 5.
Lt bprlngfield. $ tOam 11 0 am 4 00pm 8. 43pm
Lr.'iel. cprings. 6 20am 11 21am 4 21pm 9-Wpni
Arrive Xenia. 6.10am II 'Ojiu 4 15pm 9-35pm
Arc. Cincinnati 10.3Q-.im 2:30pm 7:0Cpm
Arr. Columbus. 9 30am ... 7 25pm 11.20pm
Arr. LoaisTlile. .... 7 30pm 12:30am UUp
Col. Ac. Xen. Ac Llm.Ii
GOISG K-ST N5 4.
No. 12. No 10. No. 5.
Lease Louisrille. 2:15am .... .. 2.30pm
Lt Cincinnati. 7:4fam 2.30pm ..... 7:2."pra
Arr.Columbus.ll 4Cam 7 Wpm ..., 11 20jm
Arrive Xenla 10.00am 4 40pm l.lpm $-15pm
Lt. Yei. bprings.l0-31am 5 5fpm2.-;0pm 10-50pm
Arr.ypricgflelJ-10-.55im 6l5pm2 4Cpm 10.50pm
Train No. 1 makes connections at Xenla for Co
lumbus, Washington C II. and Chiilicothc. No.
11 through train for all points South and West.
No 7 V, estern Lxpress through train for Cincin
nati, LoulsTille and all points South; Indinapo
lis, at. Louis snd all points West; Logansport and
Chicago and all points North and Northwest. No.
5 is a through train for all points East, Kaltlmore,
ashington, Philadelphia. New York, Boston and
points in the New Lngland States
Tickets and Bsggsge Checks and reliable In
formation, can be obtained of the Company
agents, and at the office of the Company's Agent,
this city. Particular information as to Train
connections, Rates, etc , cheerfullr furnished,
ealloa J.M HIM, City Ticket Agent,
J AH. Ms MCKKA, Manager.
RELIABLE SELF CURE
A Ci.ont- prefcnption of one of the most
noted and tuccettiul t-xciahttt tn the U. S.
(now retired) (or the cure of Xe-rroue D-11IC7.
Loet Manhood, Weakncuind Decay. Sent
l plain Maled envl9p Free. Vrugftti can fill iL
Address DR. WARD A CO., Louisiana, Mow