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GLOBE KEPIfSLlC. MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19 1880
Tbe Charles A
finrdner com punt is at llir
Mr (ieorge 11 Hrown, o( I'.jstou, Mh
in the city, the Ruet of Charlt S I,vinau
The Acme Club will Rive ft Iwll tins eicn
mc in honor of Mr. Jonas For, of Richmond
A party was givtn lat evening by Mis
Minnie Adler at her home on South Market
street. A large compan vt pre-ent and
enjoyed themselves hugely by dancing and
other amuements An elecant supper wa3
served about ten o clock
The Lexington conference of the M. E
church will hold its annual session in this
city, beginning April 2, and will le presided
over by Rev. Thomas Bowman, D. D., L.L. D
The meetings will be hild in Wiley M E.
chapel. It is expected that ab. ut 100 mins
ters will be present.
Miss Anna Veil leave the city to-morrow
afternoon for ftome, (5a, having accepted a
very flittering and unsolicited offer from the
directon ot Shorter College, to take charg
of the vocal department of that institution.
Shorter College is one of the finest and
large-t institutions of its kind in the South,
for the education of joung ladies, and it is
certain from the hue reputation that Miss
oll enjoys as a musician, eke will add
6trenpth to the faculty The Globe-Kepi b.
uc wishes ber much success in the new field
that she is about to enter.
The Globe-Republic was rather too
previous last week with us advice to neigh
boring towns as to fire protection not then
baring learned thit New Carlisle was al
ready provided for. The Council some time
ago ordered a fire steamer and hoe from
bnilders at Mansfield, Ohio, which arrived
last week Auother step must now be taken
to provide a water supply, necessitating the
building of a number of cisterns, probibly
On the first occasion, when the weather is
favorable, the new steamer will be publicly
tested. There is some opposition, on score of
expense, among the mossbick element, but
the need of some sort ot fire protection is ad
mitted. ro r rn k .ta s ua b y . teiim.
Common 1'lcas Court Mrets Thin Morulnc,
anil Judge Rood. Charges 1" lt
orand .lurj Cases Settled.
The first term of Common Pleas court for
1883, which will be the last, it is understood,
over which Judge Goode will preside, the
term of that eminent jurist now expiring, be
gan this morning, moving off rather slug
gishly and in the most conventional manner.
At 10 o'clock the Grand Jury wai charged
and retired under convoy of the indispen-a-ble
Lem. White, as special bailiff As sworn
it is as follows Wm. Diehl, loreman,
David H. Snavely, G. H. Phillips, Jacob Vol
mer, E. M. Kissell, Joshua SI. Smith, W. A.
Stout, Joseph Harrison, Henry E. Folgert
Samuel Ayers, S. T. Irvine, Adam Lenhart,
Harvey Vinal, H. SI. Shepherd, Oliver Smith.
There were but few witnesses present and the
jury adjourned early at noon.
In court the petit jury was diimUscd until
to-morrow, when the case of Prugh versus
Bozarth comes on for trial. Action was taken
in the following cases:
S. S. Snyder vs. J. A. Marqnart; Scientific
Feed Mill Co. vs. Jacob Olmger; Johnson,
Sutton & Co. vs. John Wren and James John
son, jr., assignee all settled. Following
cases were dismissed. Christ. Ackerman vs.
S. DinVel, at plaintiff's cost; Slary Walker
vs. Oliver Walker, divorce; Strauss, Pntz i
Co. vs. Joseph Sheets; J. C. Stoessel vs. Geo.
A. Lauer; James Foley, sheriff, vs. J. E.
Spragueetal; John Donavin vs. Peter II.
Henslee, Jeft oB docket.
Bertha Whitticar vs. Elener Whitticar, re-po-t
confirmed and election of Bertha Whitti
car confirmed. Order of distribution.
tUlVLOTMESI ASli WAGES.
The Sermon Preached by Rev. A
Leoaard, I). U., Lat MKtit.
The Center Street M. E. Church was
crowded last evening with an audience gath
ered to hear the sermon of Dr. A. B. Leonard
on the subject of "Employment."
The text was taken from Matthew 21-27.
Dr. Leonard opened by saying that God
intended all men should work, and that
work is a blessing and not a curse. Work
was not one of tbe results of tbe introduction
of sin, for God required that they should
work before the transgression ; when he placed
Adam in the Garden of Eden he told him
that he should dress it and keep it God
works; the angels work; and everybody
should work. The introduction of sin caused
man to work under embarrassment.
The field for human effort is very large.
The soil to till; the manufactures to carry
lorward; the professions, and fany
other emoloymcnts. The work ot life
must be performed against many
disadvantages. Slen have to contend against
physical weakness, against mental weakness
and limitations, against poverty, misfortune,
looses, unfavorable seasons, depressions,
panics, political agitations, partisan legisla
tion, over production, speculations, "corners,"
rings, syndicates, fires, flood', cyclone?, and
earthquakes. Besides all these men
fight against each other- capital
against labor, labor against capital,
merchants against merchants, manufacturers
against manufacturers, city against city, and
nation against nation. It is not strange
that so small a number succeed in any great
measure in the struggle of life. There are
only a lew great inventors, manufacturers,
merchants, doctors, lawyers, statesmen,
preachers, scholars. A few succeed while
millions upon millions utterly tail.
The ques ion arises . Is there no sphere
in which man can work more successfully.
It may be written upon the gravestones of
the millions when they have finished their
earthly career "Failure." Evidently God
does not intend that man shall find his high
est success in physical toil. There is a sphere
of toil in which succrsS is attainable by all.
It is m the realm of tbe Spiritual.
There is nothing in this sphere that ren
ders success unattainable. There are no
rings, no political agitations, no speculations,
no circulars to employes stating that their
wages are reduced. Everybody can sutceca.
It is declared that all things work together
for good to them that love God. In this
sphere all toil is rewarded by spiritual wealth.
The speaker closed with an exhortation to
enter the service of God aid laoor for him
Cnarlcs A Gardner in "Karl, tbe Peddler,"
at the Grand to-night This is one of the
best comedies in which German character is
the prominent feature yet presented, and Sir.
Gardner, who is a master ot German dialect,
makes it rarely entertaining
To-morrow night Lily Clay's Adamless
Eden company will appear at the Grand
The St. Paul Pioneer Press says "A good
many hundred, of St. Paul's Adams crowded
the Olympic Eden last evening, and standing
room was hard to find even in tbe aisles. All
present were regaled with a remarkably fine
and unique performance. They applauded
ROUSE AND PARSONS.
Something Entirely New!
The wonderful popularity ot tin rnirlish aukenplmat for men which we introdiiiul in tins city something over a teir igo, supge-ud that a Fine Waukenphast for Ladies, Misses
and Children would meel with iil it not greater approval, fo we gave an order for their minlulactiire, and hive just rtceivcd tin first lot The more than come up to our expecta
tions in point ot beauty and hnih, and are as ea on the 'oot a an old shoe Too much cannot be aid in tin ir prai'r They more eipuilv combine comfort and style than any other
shoe manufactured Tliev are not even surjaed in eifellence bj
Of the entertainment to be given by the
Our stock of Arctics, Alaskas and Rubier
grade rubbers, as tbtsp grades nave been tuirnecl
deservedly the docile and pretty cirrier
pigeons, the wondrous feats of little A ice
Clay, the pretty poses anil graceful dances,
and waited expectantly for tbe burlesque. It
came, and of course it was musical, and
equally, of course, absurd Jokes of the
'Pocahontas' 'Fun in a Greenroom' style aie
plentiful, and the motiv ot the production
a cross between that ot Tennyson's 'Pnnce-s'
and Solomons 'llillee Taylor' is that loveh
woman cannot rest content w ithout 'the men,
God bless 'em ' '
Pat Roaney s New York Star Combination
will appear at the Grand uet Tbuday
evening. Tne Detroit Free Press says Pat
Roouey is alwajs tunny, becaue he is origi
nal and spontaneous in bis fun, but la-t em
ing he was at his best, perhin-, because it
was his firt appear ice at bite s theatre
Not only ihit, but that he was acconipat led
by the best companj of specialty performers
which has yet been seen in this city under
his management, and the very large audience
present laughed continually and encored
each act to the echo
Xext Wednesday morning Jaiuarj 2Ut,
at 10 o'clock, an auction for the ohoice of
seats for tbe r and -40 lilaekbirds's entertain
ment will be held at the Grand Opera Ho se,
under the supervision of the Citii"ns Com
mittee having the same in charge. This auc
tion will continue as long as anj amount
whatever is bid for a choice of seats. As all
the proceeds of this auction, as well as of the
exhibition, will go to swell the treasury ot
the Women's Henevo'ent Society for the b-ne-fit
of the needy poor of the city, it is hoped
that there will be a large attendance and
liberal kidding it the auction sale to Ih? held
"One of the hariloK po-N m a hat
facton," -aul a bo li.it-mikoi, jiMer
day, :i- that of a -li.uer. 1'ou people
know tliit there l- -iich a poison in a
hat factor) ; but there i, and la- work
i- as impo'rtant a- it l- diflii'ttlt He i
nrmeil v'th .i thin, narrow -Mailed
knife. twele inclie- loti, ami a-!iarp
a- steel can po ilile be made, in which
condition it nin-t be kept at all time
Thc hat body comes to the shaver in it-raw-
condttidn. It i- in the shape of a
V, and is covered w iih -hort. line hair,
and perfectly drj. 'Hie hat body is
placed over the knee cap of the man,
who is to shave it with the point up.
The knife is then taken in the npht
hand, and, with the cdpj from the
body, is drawn back and forw ard w ith
such quicknes- that ou would wonder
that an arm could be mocd so fa-t. In
the meantime, great caie nm-t be tak
en, a the Iea-t pre tire of the ede of
the knife cuts the hat, and it is -polled.
"In the factone- w here nothing but
lir-t-elas-good- are made these cut hats
are throw n on the hands of the work
men, but in other- the w orktnen lose
only about one-half of the alue of the
hat, and the lirm -ells it to some cc-ond-cla
manufacturer. The only dif
ference is that a smaller i7ed hat is
made, the bod beitig lirst worked o
er. so that the'top point i- drawn away
from the cut until the latter i- about
midwav between the top and the outer
edge, after which the hat i- made up in
tho u-ual way. Hat- made m tin- way
from bodie- "which were intended for
the highest priced hat- can be -old for
about half price, and al-o be of the best
material. A number of retail houses
who -ell low -priced goods deal in these
"When the knics are worn down by
constant sharpening, the workman
take- them home for use in In- kitchen,
and tho are without doubt the finest
knife eier limit? for -uch u-e. The
blade being -o thin, it- owu weight will
almo-t take a -lice from a loaf of biead,
ami the thinne of a slice of roist beef
which it slia-oll would make your
mouth w ater 1 he onh trouble i- that
whencw-r the edge louche- a bone, or
other hard -ub-tance, it is dented or
bent. '1 he edge of one of the-e knncs
would make a b irber'- razor blu-h."'
Xew York Sun.
The Involution til' the skate.
Many a mtn of to day can remember
the long curled toe. -teel l miner imbed
ded in a -olid piece of wood that form
ed the skate of lit- boi hood d i) - To
the wood were attached the long -trap-and
the -crew in the hi el that fa-tencd
the skate to the foot. Th.- skate, too,
wa-glittered, and flu fellow that hid
a pair of "-mouth bottom-" wa- the
envy and wonder of all the otliei bois.
Thccurl)-toe giadiiall) di-appeared.
the long -trap- g.ne place fo the dou
ble toe trap, and the heel trap that
with it- lnme ring- alwa- reminded
one of a halter, took flight with the old
wood crew that u-ed to bo bored into
the boot-bcel. Other change- followed
rapidl) Some- bright -katcr conclud
ed that better -peed could be attained
if le of the -ttel touched the ice, ami
the "rocker ' -kite made its appear
ance. Another h ippy thought knocK
d the toe trap- out m one round, and
g.ie the steel clamp-, tightened by
means of a double -i rew and w reuch,
in place of them A plate in the boot
heel, and knob on the skate, -aid
"good-b)e" to the heel trap, and very
-liortly afterward clinip- similar to
tho-e on the toe made the heel of the
skate nearly ) erfect- A tuple turn of
the wri-t connected the two sets of
clamp- with a leer, and the skate was
made Milicaukce blobc. The (Hole
might hae addi d th it the proce-s of
evolution ha- to a ery largo extent
lone away with ice -kate-. and sub-ti-tuted
rollers, w Inch are now all tho
1 no majont) ot fiou-es in Aby inia
haie a second -torj.oi at lea-t in attic.
terminating in a thatched roof Tho
iall- aro linariabl) of mud Within
live the occupant-, with their cattle,
fowl-, logs, cats nd a Noah's ark of
n-ects, which the natne- fo-ter with
'he greate-t eare b not touching so ip
mil by using er little watr. There
is plent) of water, however, and the
oap grow- on trees, but an Hthiopean
will tell you without a blu-h tint he is
iece aril) washed at birth, wa-hes
bim-clf on his nnrnage morn, ,md
lopes to be wa-hed after death. When
he feels hard and umomfortablebe will
anoint him-elf with mutton fat till his
head and body glisten in the sun.
There are 4,000 Chinese in New York
and Brooklyn, setcu-eighths of whom
ire in the laundry LusiuesA
BENEFIT OF THE WOMEN'S BENEVOLENT
l!oo s and Shoes is all of tbe finest quality,
in mannlac'ure and will not weir.
setihui '1 .
II irk to till Clllk
(If till lHf Ml till stllk!
Tin fill mill thc mitt with monotonous
AfKnlttit llu r-.rn.-n-.that oiJetlKiiiminiiiiiil
To Ion r tin in Into the slick
W iih .1 click dick
Then tliij an fnthc-tlik'
What do tlietvixi.il II tin world as tliev stand?
Ilin lti--ntui. tin n c!ihikihi irr.iml
Wi ik as iintliiiiK when hlncli, combined tn
uonilt r-Hwi r In (In lr cli k,
A- m unit r llu v iiinrili Into the htlck
look nunln In tin-Mick.
To t'u workir-of viltlu v miitviw lietnle:
'J hi ilu it mid iipiin-fMir in vuln trv loirliile
Awiiv from tin click, bin (lieiiirtliniiiiiotlilui"
llu m uuu j fi-om I lie i Ik k. cluk.
Or tin tvn-fiilliniriiili the flick.
-llu vi lick iliik. In the Mlik,
Mon irili-niul l i ml-llu Ir iiuii-liiillni-iln'.ul
1 lit knontliit in In-iiloin llii tVH li ive
11 II will.
And llu vlloi - (hi v mi np In color blood nil,
v tin v Mi ike at tl c sound of the click.
Ton vi r that i lick illik!
In Hit ua- Hint ninki tin- I'liv-Miine or in the
fcllti f. liirht
1 h it Mick Is fori v i r Imn n-lnir Its lnlclit.
And siiinliiirto mij llirewc Maud for the
Tlio-i' (rrnv-colonil tj pi in the stick!
Ptiitcs 111011111x1110-, potentates 1'iislnis, an 1
The iluti r. the plater, the imm t who miic.
Miiml in nwi of tlu-M oor, little, dull. Icmli n
thlm.. , ,
Ami llu1 ominous noise of tliecliik.
Hut till M'tJl'l-in till1 Milk,
In the Ju-t and the Inn1 all nations nrouml
To the wholi of in inkhiil vilure tho virtues
Must wili-oim to null ii- thcinii-ii il soiiml
(It tin tviis with tlnlr illck
In Hie laitle Uoekiri.
Hi- name was II. H. A-bury. and he
h id ju-t come in from the Little llock-le-
and -pro.nl In- bold, bid autograph
on the lejri-ter of the Mcrch ml-' when
he was -olieited bv a Ihty reporter to
talk about the mines thete.
"I wa- at Helena when the lirst inti
mation of gold there w a- given out,"
he -iid, "an' I got an outlit at ltcnton,
taking the Crow creek road there to
the eene of the excitement. It requir
ed eleven dav- to make the trip. Times
were good in the Little Hoekies then,
and I got a- high a 80 cents to the
pan. 1 he gulch proper i- three miles
long, and tnere are place-in it where
the bed toek i- washed bare for three
hundred or four hundred feet to a
stretch. The general formation is
porphv ry and there aro from eighteen
to liftv men at work in this one gulch.
In the entire mining district there arc,
all told, from eighty to one hundred
men. Tliev aie going and coming all
the time, and the increa-e in number,
if.mv.isven -mall, most all appeal
ing to think tli it there i- nothing in it.
Thegreat driwback is lack of confi
dence If one in m make's a bir find it
sort o' liven- up the feeling- of tho rest (
but it doe- not la-t long. Jheprospec-tor-
-oon -ettle down into idle listle
ne-. I do not think there is a -ingle
claim in the mountains that i- paving.
One hole w a-sunk about lift feet deep
but there wa- no return, then a drain
about nine feet deep at People's creek
wa- made, and a few colors vv ere secur
ed in the pan. Now there i- no ono
around the creek. It i- utterly dc-ert-ed.
There wa-a report circulated that
$130 wa- tiken out m one day iu Little
Alder gulch, but it wa- all bo-h, for at
all the dillerent camps 10 wa- the
1 lrge-t sum th it could be found a- hav
ing been taken out in one day. 1 he re
port th it there ale traces of digging
there a number of vears ago i- untrue,
for I could not hud anv evidence of
'The mount un loom- up in the
aiid-t of a huge plain, and branches oil
from one grey peak in all direction-.
'1 l.i re are man ditlieultic- encountered
in operating the-e 'lime-i, the principal
being a lack of water. There is none
to vva-h out the gold eeeptwhat is
obtained b the melting of snow during
the late -prn.g and earh -ummerat the
head- of the gulehe-. The onl rea-on
wh tin- -en-ele-s stampede occurred
wa- an attempt to get people into the
eountrv. It l- a good grazing region,
and on tin- plan the can alone -ecure
a peim.iiieut settlement." St. l'aul
The I.iek Oli-oi v.itorv.
As tho a-ce-iiling track draws its coils
elo-er and clo-er round the mountain,
the view become-at everv turn more
varied and more eten-ive On one
-ide the tumultuous ( oi-t Kange-.
stooping gradu ill to the -hore, mag
nificently el id vvifh fore-t- of pine and
red cedar; the i-laud--t lidded biy of
San Francisco, and farther -outh, a
-liining glimp-e of the Pacific, on tho
other, the thronging pinnacles of tho
Sierra-, granite needle, liva-topped
ba-tiou- lire-rent, wafer-worn; right
underneath, the neh vallev- ot Santa
Clara and Mil Joaquin, and 175 miles
away to the north (when the sapphire
of tlie sky l- purest), the -now tone of
Thus, there -eenis some reason to
apprehend that Mount Hamilton, with
its mou-ti r tele-cope, m i become ono
of the -how place- of the Xew World.
Abut omen ' Such a de-ecfation would
efleetualh nur one of the fairest prospect-
opened in our time before astron
omv. 'J he true ot iries of LTrati:a will
then be driven to -cek -anetuarv in
some le-s aece ilile and less inviting
pot. Indeed, the prc-ent need- of
eience ate b no mean- met by an el
evation above the -ea of four thousand
and odd feet, even under the mo-t
tran-liicent -k in the world. Alreidy
ob-erving -tations are lecommended at
four time- that altitude, and tho am
bition of the new specics of climbing
astronomer -eems unlikeh to bo -atis-fied
until he cm no longer find where
with to fill hi-lungs (for even an as
tronomer must breathe), or whereon
to pi int In- instrument-. "Mountain
UtttrL'ttoric,'' tn Popular bttence
Monthly for January.
'1 he Kin lie-ti i l'ost-Erins l- doing
a c'liiinn ml ible work in -bowing up
the defiil- of Lotmtr -chool sanitation
The atd- and -urnmndings of many
school-hou-e- in the countr are inde--cnbibh
Iilthv. Some of the details
can not be referred to in a public jour
nal, and ate -ickening to contemplate.
There in u bo some ccu-o for faulty
sanitation in ciowdcd cities, but there,
is nunc in the eountrv. It is high tnno
that attention was called to this eul.
If the cholera were fo come to this
eountry,it would make short work with
the-people who live in such neighbor
It is of the utmost importance to the purcha.r
26 S. MARKET ST.
X. J. HIOKBY,
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
ItcpuinonalUiMNont&rliliirrj done n ,1,i11D!u,r' ,1 rrial '"on
elicn to rriHlrs on Stationary nntl Kiirm Engine. Mill nurlv. t'Carirjr, Min"'"?!
Hangers, rullejsaiid Experimental tathintr) r all ilesirip Jinny, lilacltniith
lug, etc. erk proniptl) ntlf mleil to, prices rei Mimible ami Mttlvlaitioii guar
anteed. Onlec and A ork., Ui ami C.S l..i V asliingM n Mrc et, piIlglleJd, Oelo.
Telephone 'o. 34(1.
Arlemiit W.inl ami Imn Pepper.
Tom lVpper. who i- known as "the
peerle prevarie itor of Nevad i." led a
ltohemian life hire yir- ago One
d iv. heaimg of Arteinu- 1 ard'- arnv il
at "the InteriiatioiiilHotel.nl breathle
ha-te he ru-he avv.iv to interview the
great hiiinori-t He ran at ce to
Ward's room and, knocking, w i- m--tauth
"Arteinu- Ward. I believe'"
Artcnm- -igmlied that the gue wa
il good one
"I am delighted to meet ou." cried
Tom "delighted to meet iii. -ir '
"And 1 hive the plea-iii'e of -eeing'
" and the -Hilling Wild looked a
whole line of intetrogation point-.
"I am I am that i- in name i-"
ga-ped Tom "ni name i. Well, jn-t
wait a moment till ' think," mil iotn
ran out of the room and i io-ed the
door behind him, leiving rteintis
standing in the middle of the llooi.
Alter a few moment- in the h ill Tom
ru-hcil biek tiiw.ud l'ie a-loin-hed
Ward with extended hand and g'ovving
face, eiving "lVppi i l'eppci, -irr
I'm Mr." Pepper 'loin l'eppi r better
known a- Lung Tom l'eppel
llmg-ton Ward'- agent vv.i- out at
the moment. Thinking li had an in
sane in iu to deal with. Aitenuis
-lulled the nio-t cheeiful -mile then at
his command He diel.ued he hid
often heard of Mi I'eppei, and wa- de
lighted to meet him At the moment
lie wa- about to ch mge hi- -ock woiiid
Mr. Pepper be kind enough to With
draw and tall round aguu in half an
hour Mr Pippei would, md did.
lien Mr Hing-ton came in Arteinu-
h id a fearful storv to tell about
hi- adventuie with a crazy mm
Afterward, vv hen Ward came to know
that a sense of In- greitne a- i
humori-t had -o overcome poor l'oin a
to cau-e him to forget his own nunc,
the gem il lecturei dee'ared it wa- the
greate-t compliment thai had ever been
uaul him. Virmniit l Vi t 1 hnlirimsc.
Li8iotTs Extract of llfcl,
2 oz pots 40c.
4 oz pots "Oc.
8 oz pots $1 00.
1C ozpots $1.90
This is superior to aoy extract made, the
price is lower, sati-facticn cuaranteeii.
Grnml Army or the ;imi1iIic of Ohio.
The ew York, l'oi D'ylvar i anil Ohio It.
K will fell to meuiler of the G. A. It. ami
Mafxx families tickets to Akron, O no, on Jan
uary 27th, 2th, 29th mil ) nh, at one full
'arc tor the round trip. C'hillrui letfften r
and 12 years of age at half 'he adult rale
Tickets (rood to return unlil Januiry 31st,
1835, inclusive. For tickets anj further in
formation call on J. D l'hlegtr, agent; olhce
in St. James Hotel.
Gianil Lxetirnlon lo -vv Orleans na4
The popular Bee Line C ,CCil.R y
will run a special exclusion to the Exposition
at Xew Orleans on Iondiy, Jan. 20, under
the management of 1). Jay Collver, the Pas
senger Agent vi ho is located at ( lereland
All pasenaers will go through in elegant
relicing parlor chair sleeping cars (without
Tbe tnin will leave Springfield at
S.-l'i p. m. on the above date, and
go through, via the Queen and Crescent
route, arriving at Xew Orlians at 7a.m.
Wedneday, 28th Fare for ihf rouud trip
from Springfield will be $i0.40, with a re
strved Hat in tbe chair car round trip onlv
$2.00 Mr. Collver will go through with the
party, and has perfected an arrangement for
meals en route for 50 cents ea'b; regular
price 7rc, to $1.00. He will aLo stcutc
rooms iu advance by telegraph at a cost ol
cot more than $1.00 per jicraon Hegular
price for rooni3 from $3 00 and upwards. An
arrangement has alo been ma fe for raeils
while in Xew Orleans at $1.25 ier day
The looms arranged for by Mr. Coll
ver will all be in the heart of the
tity and near each other. The chair cars
will remain in tw Orleans uutil a majority
oi the party is ready to return. The-e tickets
will all be good returning for najs, and a
longer lime can be secured at a small addi
tional expense. Mr. Collver, who is thor
oughly acquainted in New Orleans, will ar
range daily excursion partus to the diflertnt
points of interest in and about the cilv at
special reduced rales. This is a part of the
business that he is thorough! conversant
with, a he has taken excnro.on jwrties to
Colorado every summer for ev eml years.
The great advantage of joining this p.rty
will be the special reduced ratis tur meals
enroute, for meals and rooms while in Xew
Orlean", and a saving of $10 per paisengc-,
l)j taking the chair car instead ot regular
sleeniDg cars. As these chairs are all num
bered every one will be suie of a gocd com
fortable seat, while many prefer the'e redin
tng ch lirs to a regular Eletper. Every one
thinking ot taking the trip should secure
their ticket early as chairs are reserved a fast
as tickets are soil. For lull information,
maps, time table", etc., (all at the Bee Lire
Arcade Depot, Springfield, O.
G. II. Kmoht, Tkt. Agt
A. J. Smith, G. P A.. Spiingfield.
KENT LAKCiI. M.VV HOlTsE-ilh.'-T
w. Inquire of Thoi sharp
dollars J-mtlerci (nil owner anj liberal
reward by apjlv in at lusotli e
FRESH AND PURE.
O. F. COST.
Sfi South Limestone btreet.
that he should avoid bujlng second and tUinl
AniLonioKos u a novel word to most
reopla who croak the EsgUnh langiuga. Tne
Greeks root it centuries ago, mining by it
Athxopiiohos is the first and only
medicine, which has carried off the
prize as the perfect remedy for Rheu
matism and Neuralgia.
Like two relentless tyrants they have fo:
ages held tbeir ffufTerixur victims In an iron
erin. Those poor sufferers have, been as slaves
in the power of their oppressors.
AraxornoBoa has entered the arena, cn
gxged in conflict wi th tne monsters, and won tbe
victory. As the competitors tn tbe Grecian
games of old could win only by tbe most severe trials
rf ability and endurance, so ATHfeorBOxoa baa won
the prize, not alone by giving; temporary rebel, but
liy bringing an enduring; core, ss well, to those who
bare suffered tbe Ti-rtTn. aeonlos of Ebenma-tir-maad
ATnxornoRos is a novelty, not only I
in name, hut in its elements. It is un
like any preparation yet introduced.
ATnxornoRos acts on tbe blood, muscles
and Joints, removing tbe poison and scM from
tbe blood, carries tbem out ox tbeayftem.
ArnxopnoEos Is put up with consammate
f kill, and contains nothing that can possibly
barm tbe most delicate con&Utnnon,
Now, do you want to suffer on and onT
or do you want 10 be well J
"Athlophoros" WILL Cure You
If yon cannot get AmLornoBos ot your drug
gist, we will Bend it express paid, on receipt of
rcgularprlce onedolUrpcrbottle. Weprert
that j ou buy It from your druggist, but If be
lusn t It, do not be persuaded to trj something
else, but order at once from us as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO.. 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Itilllliinnillllll H. R. nmmmmimti
UrANTFll 11,000 Ou
FIRST MORTGAGE OS
12-r oui lioue. stable, carriage hoiue and
ige bouke am
for J1.S0O. In
neceiiarj cooveslences, iniured for 91,900.
quire of A.
IIlikrTS, No 81 E. Palton Bt.
VtfA.NTEo-rUrlLS jN SHORTHAND. EVEN
IT inir clss first clajs Instruction. Address or
dllouW 11 Gib.so, Glqbk-Repcblic office.
WANTED LMHES AND MISsES TO
II crochet and make fine laces at home; pleas
ant and profiuble, work tent out of city. West
ern Manufacturing tompiny, 218 State St., Chi
IHAMtB-HD1E4 AND GENTLEMEN IN
IT city or country to take light work at their
own houies, f3 to il easily made; work Bent by
mail; no canvassing VVe have s good demand
for our work and inrnisb steidy employment.
Address, with stamp. Crown UTg Company,
'-VI Vine St , Cincinnati, Obie.
OOD PAY FOR AGENTS. 1100 TO J2O0 PER
month uiade selling our (trand New History,
lamnui and Ilprtslra Battles of the World.
Write to J. C Mc( urdy i. Co , Philadelphia, Pa.
' FOR SALE.
ISOU SLE RUsINES-AN ESTABLISHED
P and i rofitalli retail men's furnishing goeds
bu-hjisa Address "Bmlnev," thlsemce.
tiOlt HAI.E A TRACT OK FuUIt AND A
' hall acres, with two-story brick house of seven
rormis, outbuildings and a large and never-failing
spring of water, situated nearLagonda on theC C
C. A I. railroad, and specially suited for the loca
tion of a manufacturing buslnes. Korfurther in
formation apply to VV'm. Grant's Sons.
Offie of Comptroller ef the Currency, I
Vv'amiingtov, January 7, 18S5 f
Whereas by utlsfactory evidence presented to
the undersigned it has been made to appear that
Tlir Mad Kiver Nallunal Hank or spring
IIlil, ia the City of prinufield, In th County ef
Clark, and State otOhio, has compiled with all
the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable
National tanking Associations to extend their
coriHirate existence aul for other purposes ap
plied July 12, 1SS2
Now, therefore, I, Henry W. Cannon, Comp
troller of the Cunency, do hereby certify ttat
1 lie. Mail IllverNaiionnl Itauk of spring
llelil, in the City of Springfield, in the Connty of
Clark, and State of Ohio, Is authorized to have
succession f r the period "jieclhed in its amended
articles ot association, naiuel), until dose of busi
ness on January 11, 1105.
In testlmuuy whereof witness my band and seal
of outre this 7th day of Januarv, 1585.
IstAL. 11 IWCainov,
Comptroller of the Currency.
ii.vmi orfcKA iiocm:.
Tuursila), January '
DRetlnced. Prices I
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
THE GREAT AND ONLY
. in miu sfioTiiiiiiiiii -
25 SELECTED ARTISTS. 25
Full Orchestra and Hras Baud.
rrcstuting tbe finest entertainment iow before
Admission 50, 35 anJ 2ictnU. Kserred teats
at usual place, tnly 50 cents.
GItATT OPERA IIOU8T:,
Tueflilaj Keoiitg, January 20.
A Fosltite Novelty Irep4re fur a Surprise All
Ladies 1 (irst Grand Inaueutal Tour of tbe
lame J European Sensation. Uisd
Y OF LADIES ONLY.
A pi taring in the great London and Paris
AN ADAILESS EDEN
Vresentinp this impossible folly of tbe day, in
lEegal splendor and Magnificence, by a bevy of
Charming and Cultivated Lady omedienoes,
LaJy frit ialit, Iidv TicWet fre lers Lady
Uobers, Iady ociiist ladv Musicians Ladv
Iorkfeters, Lady Programmer lememter'
All Lidl s NoOemleuieu' Positively the tir-t
time of an entire evenings entertainment pr
sentnl bj m Cmpan) jif Idlc Onlv Sure b
mplete IjJIps onbetra !rtnd Ladies Mili
tar Pand Tbe the tr t anmrmed for the
ab4e casiou into (J rden of rden. Itearin
n ind the date, Tucslav Fvening, January JO. U
nurlttt the admit of tbeoply rel novelty tliat
you will vitust thi; te wn i-tcure reserved
eal well in a lvance atCarter's
Mi & Lilia CLA,Sjle Manageress and Directress
TurMlay, .Ianutr JO, 1885.
ISDI SKATING CONTEST.
The rrlze tu bo a ialr of nlckU.pIatfd 8tar
ClubSkatei To be deciJeJ by vote of the audi
ence MUSIC BY BIC SIX.
Has In Stock a
Kendall's Spin in Cure, (JonilMiiIt's Caustic iaN.tm, Spurkliall's
Spccilic, St. Julian llore Ponders, London Koi-m and Cattle
Powders, Stoneliraker's, Fronefleld A. Miller's, Font",
Sloan's, Arabian. A Full Line of Trof. (Joing's Heine
dies, (.'a ruling Oil, .Mustang Liniment, Centaur
Liiiiinctir, Carbolic Acid and Soap, Tincture of
Arnica and .Marigold, Zinc Ointment and
55 EAST MAIN STREET.
niLilwliliiMilii I lO
DRESS GOODS, SILKS, LACES, WOOLENS, LINENS,
We OtTer the Abo Jotn of Ilriiinnnts Irlor tu Our An
at rric ThHt Will -!. Them.
MURPHY & BR.O.,
. -I ct . LIJIKSTOXE HTHECT.
T. M. GUGENHEIM.
EVERY PIECE MUST GO AT SOKE PR CE.
COME BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE.
Invite inspection of
KID GLOVE CLEANER!
Best in the world. Easily applied and cleans effectually.
Costs but Ten Cents. Also, removes grease spots from silks,
AD. EAKHATJS CO.,
"Vo. art East ainln Htreot.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
Peaches. Pears, P-umb?, Cherries, Apricots, Blackberries
Raspberries, Strawberries, Etc.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 S. Market St.
v X"fc f
PIMLOTT 1 COAL
ron are tick or ailin no matter
to ua and we will Mod you On Tnal
V I i m
Meditated Appliance to suit your caw, provided joa
agre to pay font. Kit cures you in ona month. If it does not cure
you it coats yoa nothing to try it. Different Appliances to euro Dy-prprt-,
R1temnhrai,LiTT am Kubuy Xtu Pitn,tung ZHK,Ahma,
OittrrK " hark At IM3ity, and many otherdiseases. Kemem
ber we do not ak yoa to bar them blindly but merely to try them at
oar r sit 75,000 Cur made daring ld3 in cases where all ot ber treat
mentshad failed. Pnevery low Illustrated book frmng fnllpartio
ularsaml b?nk fnrftatfment of your ca-e sent free ddreMat
once. ILtmiIU il FU LO Ui sxAii. bT BuGOSLYS. A Y.
ALLEN'S GENUINE OBIGINAL
-- 4Tsf "r f
Full L'no of
Uur A ii mini Intitiry
what your complaint, write
ona of our large Electric
r?TTTT. A "P
NERVE and BONE
For mnii ami hr . 1
tun Allen. Apalulv,uit
Cramps tn the Muscles, ru -Scalda,
Cuts. Bruises, bweUUi(? an I a
bodily Aches and pain. Tlie I t
known for all the disorders nf ti pm - -Shoulder
Strains, Cracked lleei
Chafes or Galls. Sprains. Film In t
Corks, etc. Hiaroftntitafin.
OlliVa. . -A-Ijli33rff, Jr.
Sol Proprittor and Xarufartirtr,
Office, ICo. t Wsst Tilth Street, Cincinutl, Ohio.
miTTcx Ml by all CxugjUj."