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GLOBE REPUBLIC WJLlJMiSDAT EVENING, FE13KUAET 4 188b.
CITY MATTERS. .
Mrs. I. K. McNnlh, ol New York, iin the
city visitinR Iriemis.
Charles llrej was arrested for disorderly
conduct last night lr ollicers IU3, icKln
Rev. Geo. F. Iteeer, formerly oi the lnni
fallen nursery, this city, but now of Penn
sylvania, is tisiting hi son, Mr. Charles A.
Mrs. Stout, mother ot Mr. Charles A.
Stout and Mrs. Gen. J. W. Keifer, is lying at
the residence of the latter in a very critical
Superintendent Fleming and Secretary
liaac Kindle of the Inlirman Hoard, are in
Columbus te-day, attending the annual meet
ing ot the State Association of lufimiry Di
rectors. Jerry Murphy will be a cindidate before
the Republican city convention or primary
election for Street Commissioner. Mr. Mur
pln has the experience to fit him tor the du
ties of the office.
The engineer of the Dun ditch, which im
provement is located in Harmony and Madi
son townships, has filed his leport with the
county auditor. It makes the total cost
Mrs. M. A. Hayward's condition this after
noon is such that her husband has been tele
graphed at Kansas City to return here imme
diately. It is leared then he will be too late
to ee his wile alive.
J. K. Mower, Kq , declares there is no
truth in the report that he i" a candidate tor
City Solicitor, and he ought to know. The
general verdict on the announcement has
been, "He'd make a good one "
Last night about nin; o'clock Mrs. Isaac
Morris, living in the Kast End, called the pa
trol wagon and had her husband arrested.
He was a little under the influence of bad
liquor, and was abusing his wife.
Ed. Furniss, lormerly one ot the patrol
lorce, is carrying hi3 right arm in a sling. A
horse he was leading by the halter gave a
sudden jerk to pull looe and threw Mr
Furniss's shoulder out of place. He will be
disabled for some time.
Ex-Secretary of State, Milton liarnes, has
been in the city several days working up a
new insurance organization. He was called
to Birnesville, to-day, by a telegram an
nouncing the death ot his aged mother. He
left for the eastern part of the state at noon.
James Rowe has a tailor shop in an upper
back room o Main street, and doe work for
several merchant tailors. Last night two
pairs of trowsen and .vet,all fine goods,
wr stolen fnm th rcom, this being the
third c fourth such visitation. Suspicion
rests in a certain direction, but no aTest has
been made yet.
A leading insurance man of the city was
in conference, informally, with members of
the City Council last night, advocating the
establishment of a fire commission for the
go.ernment of the fire department here. He
recommends a non-partisan commission,
composed of men in whom everybody has
lu the l-earing ot thi Little Miami railroad
cae ii Cjmmon Pleas, that of the Champion
O. i I. Company for damages bad reached
evidence for the defense about noon. At 10
n. m. the jury went, in a body to the Colum
bia street front of the court-house to inspect
the wagon which was smashed, and which
has been rebuilt.
Patents were ia-ued to Springfield invent
ors, at Washington, D. C, last week as fol
lows: E. M. Crumley, assignor ot one-halt
to T. J. Arnold, combined whip socket and
rein holder; Austin C. Evans, drilling at
tachment for corn planters; Chas. Perrin, as
signor of one-third to D. II. Brewer, com
bined hay rake and tedder; Wm. X. White
ley, sheaf carrier for binder.
Early this morning news reached this city
of a terrible wreck which occurred on the
Bee Line, a few miles South of Marion, Ohio.
A passenger train ran into an open switch
and the whole train was ditched. It is re
ported that fullv twenty persons were killed
and many other: injured. The railroad au
thorities here are very reticent, and none
of the particulars can lie learned.
This morning about nine o'clock Mr. Jos
eph Hicks and wife, who live a few miles
south of tOTn, were driving east on Main
street. As they crossed the corner of Plnm
street the horse became Irightened and started
to run off. The buggy was overturned and
the occupants thrown out but fortunately es
caped injury. One of the shafts of the bug
gy was broken. The horse reared and
plunged around at a lively rate but was
caught before any further damage was done.
Grand Patriarch Adam Weber and his as
sistants canvassed the vote for Grand En
campment officers of Odd Fellows at the of
fice ot Grand Scribe Anderton, in Dayton,
Tuesday, resulting as follows Grand Patri
arch, L. C. Parker, Xo. 18, Akron; Grand
High Priest, L. A. Baldwin, Xo. 92, FmdUy;
Grand Senior Warden, Adam Frank, Xo. 74,
Gennantown; Grand Junior Warden, W. S.
Bell, Xo. 79, Zanesville; Grand Scribe, Jas.
Anderton, Xo. 2, Dayton; Grand Treasurer,
Anthony Wright, Xo. 17, Wooster; Grand
Representative, J. U. Sheridan, Xo J5 Mc
Connellsville. Division Six, U. R., Knights of Pythias,
last evening elected the following officers
Commander, W. B. Clark; LieuL Com., H. H.
Rhodes; Herald, Joel Clark; Recorder, Ed.
Zittle; Treasurer, W. S. Huffman; Installing
Officer, Jas. C. Walker, Adjutant First
Regt. Installation ceremonies Tuesday even
ing March 30. Steps are being taken to se
cure a new hall suitable for drill purposes.
The room in King's building on Limestone
street, i3 under consideration. The entire
body of Knights of Pythias are ordered out
on parade on the 19th inst., 21st anniversary
of establishment of the Order.
Tea INtrty at Nmv Carlisle.
On Wednesday evening of last week Miss
Lammie Stafford gave a tea party in honor of
Misses Maud Xiehelson and Flo Creager, of
Plattsburg, O. Those present were Misses
Pearl, Maud and Xell McArthu., Misses Ona
and Ollie Varuer, Misses Mary Mitchell, Onna
Mary Shroyer, Effie Forgy, Medie Stafford,
and Minnie llarnick, of Osborn. The gen
tlemen were Metrs. Harry Monk, Dr. Long,
Ed. Shroyer, Harry Funderburg, Walter
McConnaughey, Dug Brown, Horace Mitchel,
Bert Stafford, Tobe Bumgardener, Harry
Brosey, Mr Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Bouck, Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Shroyer. To sjieak of the
table, we scarcely know how to tell it, but
think the best thing we can say is that it has
been our fortune to eat at many tables, but
this one surpassed anything for beauty and
grandeur we ever saw, and as for the good
things to eat and the variety, we must say
they cannot be excelled. Mrs. Stafford ia
noted for her superiority in this line.
Need ever be experienced in obtaining Shoes to fit you. if there is any peculiar reason why
you can not find a fit in the large stock of goods on our shelves, you have only to
leave your measure in our Custom Department and we will guarantee
a comfortable fit every time.
Struck an Obstruction.
One McLyman misrepresents Lucas county
in the Legislature. He introduced a bill en
tirely out of tue usual order to deprive the
Republican commissioners of the county of
the power to remove the Democratic superin
tendent of the infirmary. Judge Littltr
spoke in opposition to it, on the ground that
county officials should have the right to run
their own business. McLyman decided t
"gt even," and this is the way he did it, as
related by the Columbus correspondent of
the Commercial Gazette
Xow lor McLyman's spite work. At just
alwut this time a bi.l by Mr. Littler, aoous'i
ing the office of city marshal of SpntieficIJ,
passed the Senate unanimonily. It had re
ceived only six negative votes in the Hou-e
The lull is entirely non-political, and is uni
versally desired by the citizens of Spriug
field. The marshal of Springfield is a
Republican, and has been for twelve years.
But McLyman determined to get even
with Littler for opposidg his resolution. So
he sneaked among the Democratic majority in
the Senate and induced tbem to reconsider tb
vote whereby Littler's bill had passed, and
he bad the kill referred to his own committee,
that on Municipal Corporations. And then
he hal the cheek, when remonstrated with on
his peculiar course, to openly declare tnat he
would prevent the passage ot the bill of any
member whoopjiosed him. He will find that
others can play at that game. His conduct
toward Littler's bill is particularly reprehen
sible from the fact that all during Littler's
career in the Legislature he has been notably
free from factious r spite opposition to local
bills. Democrats admit this as freely as Re
publicans. As hinted at in this paper several dajs ngo
the bill is therefore pigeon-holed in the com
mittee. There is a schrewd suspicion here
that the move was engineered from this quar
ter, the Toledo man being only the willing
tool of home schemers.
Miss Cora Van Tassel appeared in "The
Danites" at Black's Opera House last even
ing, before a large and delighted andience.
Miss Van Tassel is a talented lady and merges
individuality in the character she personates
with a skill that is charming. She will ap
pear in "East Lyna" to-night, at the re
duced prices named in the adrcrtiiement.
"The White Slave," with its beautiful
tableaux, thrilling scenes and vigoroJP act
ing, will be presented at the Grand nex Fri
day evening. The Philadelphia Record .. .
The piece i3 presented in magnificeat style,
and has hit the popular fancy exactly, l'he
performers awe all favorites, and add much
to the pleasure of the entertainment by tlieir
excellent acting. The scenery .8 a modern
marvel, especially the stage picture of
Devil's Island," in which effects are pro
duced entirely novel, startling and pleasing.
The appearance of the box sheet at Carter's
indicates that Mr. Frederick Warde, who is to
appear at the Grand next Saturday evening in
the dignified tragedy of "Virginius," will be
welcomed by a very large audience. Mr.
Warde comes here under the auspices of
Springfield Division. Xo. C, U. R K. P. It
is doubtful if his equal as "Virginius" treads
the modern stage.
Miss Xettie Sparrow is visiting her sister,
Mrs. C. E. Dudley.
Xettie Blagg returned home Tuesday, after
making quite a visit. She lives at Wellston,
Hubbard, son of Robert Black, was buried
last Monday a week.
Mr. George Spence was completely sur
prised on Friday evening by bis friends and
neighbors. They all report a very pleasant
time. Mr. Diltz made it more pleasant with
Then Tuesday evening they choose Mr.
George Ream as their victim.
We have at least two representatives at
Xew Orleans this week, Messra. Moses Sutton
and Jacob Flick.
Meeting still continues at Xewson. Messrs.
Wones and Thompson run the big sleds;
round trip tickets tree.
Business is brisk in our little ville;e at
The dog (bow on Monday night brought
out a full house.
I. M. Roberts has purchased the Denmin
property of George Hause.
Commissioner Rawlings went to Osborn on
official business on Tuesday last.
John Simpson is coaducting a brick and
satislactory business in manufacturing wood
work. Farmers would ao well to call upon
While working at the barn of Thos. Ken
edy on Friday last, a negro, aged about 35
years, struck a child named Burner, inflictiog
injuries about the head, face and shoulder,
which may prove fatal. The negro left the
boy for dead and decamped. After wandering
about until 3 o'clock Saturday morning be
was captured by Constable Mcllvain and a
troup of boys. The negro was closely
guarded in the township hall until Saturday
morning when, after a p-eliminTy trial before
the Justice of the Peace, he was bound over
to court in $500 bail. Unable to procure
bond the negro was conveyed to the Clark
county jail by Constat; Mcllvain, assisted
by forty-four deputies.
James Clark received a fine blooded animal
this week; from her neat limbed appearance
she tielongs to the speed ring.
Meeting at the hall next Sunday evening.
A married lady recently sent a note
to a newspaper to get a recipe to euro
the whooping cough in a pair of twins.
By a deplorable mistake a recipe for
pickling onions was unconsciously in
setted and her name attached, and six)
recened this answer through the "Ans
wer to Correspondents": "Mrs. L. II.
B. If not too jouug, skiH tliem pretty
closely, immerse in scalding water,
sprinkle plentifully with salt, and im
merse them for a week instrong brine."
She didn't do it, however, as sho
fhntlcrht. it wnnbt IriTl tha irrtt ,:,.
a - -- ..wm..- aua. buw VVUM U1UC
toen times nut nf larnntr .nit tha
children nine times out of ten. Peefs
Soxxtlx ZMZotrlsiet Street.
Aimmium ill linking l'iwi!er.
Among the lecent discoveries in ouence
and clieunttrt, none is more import'int than
the us to which loiiiinoti niamcmia .m lie
properh put us n, leavening ngent, and whuh
indicate that this timilliar salt is herenlter to
perform hii nctue pm in th- prepirition of
our daily fiKd.
The carbonate ot amniouf Is an exceeding
ly volatile sub tmce. i'lice R small portion
of it up. .n a knife and hold ove. i llirue, an 1
it mil aliuo't linimdtalelv be entinH devel
oped into gssanl ps uff into the air. ""'le gas
thu. formed is jnnpV imposition of itu o
gn and IndroCT No re-idue is lett f in
the Hmmuni.1. This gins it its MipenoriH
as a leavening power our mU and
cream of tartar ited .ilone and has induced
its use as a supplement to the.ratHles ,
sin ill rj'iautiM o Hiumot ia m ttie douh is
etbctive in producing hresd that will be
lighter, swieter and more wholesom tlmn
that risn by an other leivening agent.
When it is aited upon b the heat of baking,
the leavening gas iliat rni-es the dmigh is
liberated. In this act it u-es nsrli up. a it
were; the ainmonii is entirely diffused, leav
ing no tnue or rexilimm what-vtr. The
light, fliitlj, flak flp;irr:i(e, so drahli- in
bircuits, etc and ?o ol;llt after by profes
sional cooks, is -aid to be imparted to tlimi
only by the use ot this aent.
The inkers nn 1 Inking powder ramiiifHi
turers produung the tint at iiods have Iwen
quick to avail theni'this ot this u-eful dis
covery, and the hardsouiest and best bread
and cake are now Urgely ns.'n by the aid of
ammoniit, coinbimd ot course with other
Ammonia is one cf the best known pro
ducts ot the laborito' It, a- s-enis in be
jusllv chimed lor it, the application of its
pioperties to th pnrio't of cooking rt suits
in gjving us lighter and more "vhole3oine
bread, bi-cui', and cake, it will p oe a boou
to djspeptic humaniti, and will speedily
tone ll-rlt into geueral ue in the new field
to hich -cience h is ajriipil it. Scientihc
Tlio l'ss of the Mind.
Pa-sing :in art gallon frecmently, I
Imeofton noticed :i mnulle-agi'd blind
man. and hi- yotitigc-r wife, sitting m a
largo room onjojing an animated elint
with the proprietor about the clear
blueuess of Italian and Xw Mexican
sky-light, the line-wool merino sheep
piece-, the English woodlands, or the
delicate tints of some rare painting, all
soeminslv relished wit i a deeper inter
est ln the sightless man than the care
less and casual ob-erer of these high
ly wrought reproductions of nature.
Musing on the theme of seeing with
mental ecs, 1 am led to believe tint
miin persons are blind who really
could see clearly, and man can see
much who are counted blind. Tins is
easily shown if we roe ill c-cmU of the
past" which often come in vixid pic
tures, through fond memories, where
the brook- wo played by, the cottage
homes of childhood, the sleigh rides
anil M Uoiits of s, hool-days, are as
real and life-like as eeue in to-daj's
The faces of friends, the forms of
beatiU, and a thousand little shades
and colors of enjo incut are always in
reach of our mumon, ami to these can
the blind man turn as readily as one
in full enjoy meiik of this manelotis
sense of the beautiful.
Xo matter how far we may be sep
arated by mi'es of distance, to the men
tal sight, it is eer in range when we
will it. and the keener the love of de
tail, the liner our sense of the beauti
ful, the greater and deeper will eer be
our enjoyment of the pleasures that
ntc kept from our touch or right to
own, but reserved for our other senses,
to place away in thu mind's choices
art gallery for remembrance and d.tal
contemplation; anil to those who ob
serve ths choicest w 11 belong the
largest selection of paintings, scenes,
friends, and fond places to brighten
our recollection of life's rarest scenes
It is this that gives joy to the sick,
the sorrowing, and the disappointed.
It is the longing look backward ovor
the swift journey at the landmarks wo
have passed and the loved ones we
have known, that endears all aftcr
ple.isiires anil fuini-hos a solaco to
those who shall see them no more for
ever. It is this that enl irge- the vision
of the trainediiuud over the unlcirtied,
and opens new books full of gems
and rich drawings that remain with
leaves uncut to the careless and
thoughtless observers of Nature's grand
landscapes. J. IT. Donovan in The
A, Cruel Joke.
A man of special and astonishing
ability is sometimes a very provoking
companion. Thete is no knowing what
he may do with you; and one does not
like to be madw to feel his ovv n weak
ness in that way, in company at least.
Sometimes, however, the formidable
genius is polite enough to offset the an
noyance of his power. a in the follow
l.amotte. a voting Henchman, who
had been invittd to hoar Voltaire lead
one of his new plays, observed, when
asked what lie thought of it, that itwa.s
a pity the w hole w as not original. Vol
tanc. cliigiincd and angry, asked him
". hat pal t vv as bot row ed. I. unotte
named the second d'nu ol the fourth
act, and recited the whole of it Vol
taire sat like one astoui-hcd at this le
matkable feat, and had only to say, at
last, that lie had wnttoi that s one as
well as the rc-t ol the drama. At la-t
Lamotte relieved him by saying, When
v on read the inaiiu-eiipt that scone
pleased me -o mill It that 1 icsohed to
retain it in my memory, .uul have done
so. as you may pen eve."
Of conre Voltaire was pleased with
the compliment thus str.uigely pahl.
Lamotte was one who had cultivated
the f'lciiliy nt mom y. Litirai i l.i) .
A lwttor in th- Indnn ipoh- Seic
says venture to .is- i l i Ii it W.uh
ington - the most ne utitiil and .in
moral city in the I'm ed Matt , If
the aim ii-of P hi-or ," vr Vor'. were
se.tu Led. theli i i. ij -cicely be found
p.iral.c.s nf tin i n imisi "-n and im
morality o! the 'u.-i . capital."
The in Ii I I I i ei me the lime nii
viucclauil i'i .. i'i ollii w. who li.i
schooled liim-olt in the habit of obedi
ence to ordc- mikI tobearpitiently the
flings of a dtv tm! foitune, is. more val
uable t an army than oue who can
measure the sun's distance by the
transit of Venus. General Sherman.
Jit - v
. ,1 '
I have txi. i -o
chronic dniniit. i, o
had, on ao i i ,
twenty five pa.. 14 -hoars,
and c-v r o
thorouirhlv tried ail
w ti a
tiv. itv tn
nil 1 (Mil
n .turnout phy
sici.ins in" I'lit-bu 4I1 n i- twice in the
West Penn I!o Ml, n 111st time thir
teen week-, and ti . 1 I left it 111 ich
better, yet in five .1 - 1 . as bad a
ever. I then trie 1 v - other great doc
tors in this cit , an I ne of them finally
assured me I vu - " I ' a for this world,
and advised me o wrte to my friends
about it. I netweut to Dr. Ilartman,
vv ithout the lca-t c mtl Jcncc that he could
do anything lor 'i.e. He examined me,
smiled, andsaui. he cou'd stop the bloody
discharges in less than two weeks, which
he did with Pflna, and I have no.v
been entirely well for several weeks, and
never felt better in my hi . though I am
still taking his Peki A. I will take it
whenever I need medicine
Mr. Patrick Burns, Pittsburgh, writes :
" I have suffered in'tise'y from pilns and
chronic diarrhcra. I was treated by five
of the best plivsicians and surgeons in
the city of Pr sburxh, and with all grew
constantly worse Finally three of them
said rr r onlv hope was an operation
This frightered mo, and I went immedi
ately to Dr. Ilaitmin, who has entirely
cureu me with Pfki va. I have been at
work now- fcr th "c months, and never in
my life felt better Call and tee me at
co'rner of Twenty seventh and Mulberry
streets. Twelfth ward. Pittsburgh."
Mr. Patrick Cun-ei rham, S. S , near
Sidnev street. Pi't-l'in Ji, Pa, writes
" For'fiveyears I have sutfercd inexprcsi
ibly from "intern ii .t . I external piles. I
have tried the best physicians of Pitts
burgh and Allegheny without relief. I
went to Dr. Hartir.'an, who cured me
without detention from work with Pk
RfNA." Charles Frank, of Emrichvillc, Jeffer
son county. Ohio, writes: ''I had piles
end fistula in at o for four years. I had
suffered constantly witi a d.scharge of
matter from the'pirt-, and sometimes
from the content;, of the uowcU through
it. I could not have borne it much
longer. I hi 1 heard o mm h of the 1!!
effects of a km'e operation ti-vt I resolved
to 50 to Dr H trtir. .11 IK ridiculed the
silly idea of c .t'.n u. a d at once per
formed his own o- . n.l o-eration with
out the k- lie .1 . ' 'vi '' piin. lam
"orouvilv c ner1 : n, i ! our.e I toon
1' lies '
Uncle JNck's U'i-dom.
It is not power, but the balance of
power, that wins.
Tho best man living cannot give an
undoubted bond for his good behavior
thirty days from date.
Civility is the lowest price we pay
for things, and repentance tho highest.
All knowledge begins in doubt, and
much of it ends thcie.
If mankind had capacity equal to its
malice, we should have no use for the
Mv friend, if you want to make peo
ple think as you do. let them have their
own way; nothing el-o will tire them
out so -oon.
Hypocrisy and cunning travel to
gether, and they can't get very far
'1 he hardest man to shake from tho
ladder is the one vv ho mounts a rung at
Men often climb half way up the lad
der and str.y there: but it is seldom
they fall half way down and stop short
of the bottom.
Nature can make ab-olute law-, but
she an't break the least of them.
Familiarity is not friendship; puppies
end all their frolics in a quarrel.
The fo e irnes the bad news, while
the tuttle crawl- with the good.
Famo follows us to the grave,
.scratches a h i-ty epit iph on our tomb
stone, and then hurries aw ir for the
There is no satire in truth, and vet a
man can't tell the whole truth without
be'iig highly satirical.
There are lots of people w ho never
know anything until they run against
it, and then they know too much.
Fools will into on anything, like a
froj; 111 a puddle. You can catch them
and Uiro'v them b ick again as soon as
Aim higli. young man; then attrac
tion of gravitation, if nothing el-e. may
get your ball into tho bulls-eye.
Kvery one expect- to be remembered
after they aie dead, and yet not
one in a million can give any good rea
The poetry of youth is generally the
avarice of old ,xt
"Nature abhors a vacuum;" theie
fori -lie fills -ome heads with s,i(lu,t.
The man who never takes a chance is
beaten just as often as anyone el-e.
Very precise poop'e have but few
brain- 'Hut is what makes them so
ltevouge make- a hoi net respectable,
but it is dastardly in a man.
You can't be familiar without losing
a cei tain amount of respect for your
self, anil fin the other man too.
Thegreat mi-fortune with most of
us is, we are ioii-t-int!y looking ahead
for our experience, in-tead of lookiag
No man can expect to live with the
virtuous and lnmgle with the vicious
and keep pu-o. L'nele AiA, in tc
iurtj. While the Japanese have long been
famou- for thcr -upenor niaudl.. paper-,
they have not yet be 11 able to
make a good note paper. Tin ir mate
rial is inns' unique .mil has been re
cently pun h i-ed in considerable
quantitit s by two Yankee-, who hope
withittomjkeaiiiperlh.it will tako
London. Pai '-.in.! New York, which
-e llw ay s iin..,ing vvild after oddities
la this hue, I v -tnrui
rie-nli ut Ain in - -aid never to
have vi-nni tin Mate. War and .Navy
Jepartini ut buildings.
Dissolution of Partnership.
il'HF. I'AKTM.RSIIII' IlEUI TOIORl. I MsT
1 ini leteen J M ivnotc an i M VI Kaufman,
under the tirm and name of J M Knot .1 Co ,ls
hereby dissolved, by mutual content, M. M. Kauf
J M Knoteis to collect all accounts due to said
firm, and id to ftMuuie the payment of ail indebt
edness thereof, and Xillearry oulhe clothing bus
eo at the old stand'
t J. M. KOTK,
. ii. M. Kadfmax,
prlaf fiel.1, O., Fb. H) 1S3S.
German Canaries in lull song. Mocking
birds and Parrots, oi sale now to' a lew at
'.I Kast Main street, near Market.
Alviu 1'jtttotr lliaiimiiils.
A pair of unusually fine "old mine" gems.
Diamond Earring"", worth eight hundred dol
lars, weight 4 J kra,s, will be sold for five
hundred dollars if called for during February,
Itfll. Alvin Patton,
Xo. i;8 West 4th St, Cincinnati, O
Itee I.iii '., v., C. X I. 'olice.
This popular line his on sale at the Arcade
Depot Ticket office h full hne of single and
round trip tickeis to nil hou hern points.
Only one change in h I'mun depot and no
transfer, ispiciid excursion tickets are now
on ssle to the Kip'Sitmn at Xew Orleans, via
all-rail going and returning, with choice of
routes Als ), vm bout from Cincinnati to
Xew Orlestis, rtHirnim; via any rail line, or
going and returning vii boa's. The boat
liikets will u.iltide nitals and state-rooms en
route. Stnte-'ocms mu be lei urea in ad-
antt. ii.r.itiMi tins itthtf without extra
charge Uaie for all the aliove tups will lie
H3 low ns any ttlier ro ite. For all inform 1
tion, inp, circulars, ,ce , rnll ii(onorad
ilreis (5. II. Kmijut, Ticket Agent.
Another Urge invoice of Iwa Creamery
wholesale and retail, corner Main and Shane
streets. Telephone. S. Siuffer.
7ANIEII- OOOD GIIU. KOK l.tllF.KAL
hoieeiKirl- .pily t'S South Market t.
V..NTLI)-1 I'I ILS IN MIORTHANIl. EVEK
II nucl-ns Sr . v'as instruction. Addresor
cill on VV II. (.iu-.in, (iLoBE-ItFrcBUC office.
lit NTKO t,MHLs AND MISsES TO
II crochet an I mate hue laces at hoaie; pleas
nit and protitalile wcrk em out ot city. West
ern Manufacturing Company, -IS State fet., Chi
UTASIED LADIES AND CEXTLEMEN IN
II city or country u taVe liifht work al their
own homes, Jt to Jl easily made; work sent by
ltiiil, ro ranva-.ing We have a gooi demand
for oirwork ami nrnih steady employment.
AilJreju, with stamp, IrowH M'l'g Company,
2-JI Vine t-t,, 1 imannati, Ohio.
C lOOll I'AV t OK AGENTs. SIWTO S20ti TER
T month made filing our Grant Nw History,
tamous aul Dtci&ive bailies of the World.
Write to J. CMclunlv A ( o.. Philadelphia, Pa.
-VOK KENT LARGE NEW FRAME HOUSE.
1 Itnt low. Inquire of 1 nomas t-harjie.
riOIi RENT I.Kii: STOREROOM ON MAIN
y street. Rent Ion Inquire of Thos. harpe.
On ami after January 1st, 1SS3,
wo shall m'11 Hoots, Shoes and
Itubfjer (Joorts of every (leserijr
tiou for LESS MONEY than you
can buy them elsewhere.
11AISTE -V CO.,
U West jluiu St
LACK,J? OPEKA IIOLSE,
lo-tiigiit, emietMiaj", reiruary I.
CORA VANTASSEL DRAMATIC GO.
Pi-onle'si Popular Prices.
A D5I I ION
Caller ... 10c.
rarnuette and Parquette Cirf ,. Jic.
On sale af l'ierces bookstore anil W llburN tictct
ottice uniioul xtrj charge.
G IRANI) OI'I.RA aIOU.sC,
I ONK NII.IIT ONLY.
Frittll, 1-Vlmitt.ry 3, 1SK5.
"K:u arc rojat raiment when worn for irtue,
mLc." N HIT BLAF
(itaipI pro. notion of Hartley OmpbfU's (nut.ior
01 "Jiy tanner, uaiiey -lave, ""Mina,
"epartIon, etc i threat I'lay, T11K
lTHS NEW T03E STAS CAS7,tsI
Kntire .New and Magmh-ent Stenery, Martini,
Meihani. al I Ifetu, nutl the wuinlfrful
RAIN STORM OF REAL WATER.
Ait I TheOM K.ntuck Home Act II. The
QtiaiJr tn's Oath Act 111 -he i my Hare "
Act iV On the"rselle reole ' Ait'V The
loatli.j recV t VI lied itcvtl Ilanl
Ait MI hcis a rree Horn Woman."
A True Picture of the South.
Sale of -eati now ojen at arter lcure frame
llfiu'llt uf livUion .No. (, ). K. K. ot 1
nvrs"i oi'i.it.v iiouki:
One. Null! Onlj.
SATUKDA., KiHKUAK 7.
The Km 11 et Tragedian,
Supported by a l'owerful r.ramatlc Co. (Under
the .Managementof R. C Hudwa.) In Sherman
Knowles' l'opilar Tragedy, in 6 Tableaux, en
titled Virginius, the Roman Father.
Tickets for sale at Carter's Cigar Htore anil br
members of tne Order.
I BE..T ALL COMPETITORS.
I Have the Largest and Best Assorted Stock
of Toilet Soaps at
Everybody Can Afford to Use Good
chas. ludlow, 53 EAST UN ST.
T. M. GUGENHEI
PRICE IffO OBJECT.
SEE AND BE CONVINCED!
T. M. GUCENHEIM.
KID GLOVE CLEANER!
Best in the world. E asily'applied and cleans effectually.
Costs but Ten Cents. Also, removes grease spots from silks,
AD. BAHHATJS CO.,
Fto. S3 Ennt Muln Street.
invite inspection of
31 EAST MAIN ST.
Peaches. Pears, Plumbs, Cherries, Apricots, Blackberries
Raspberries, Strawberries, Etc.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
CHAS. A. WOOD, 28 S. Market St.
PIMLOTT i COAL
00 gouth Market .treet
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all klutls of Machinery done on short noliee. Spfciol attention
pien to repairs on .Stationary and Farm Engines, Mill Work, d'earirx. Miallinsr,
Hangers, l'ttlleys ami Experimental Machinery of all descrlptionti. Blaiks-tiiltli-in;r,
etc. ork promptly attended to, prices reffOnahlef ard salislatlion guar
anteed. Olllce and Works, CIS and S East lVashinglon Street, hpringfleld, Oeio.
Telephone Xo. 34 (J.
If von are ict or ailin' no mattarwhat roar complaint, wrIU I
to us antt we wilt send you On JiWone of our large Electrte I
Mrdli-..lrI Annllunce. to suit your case, crorlded yon
acreeto pay font, ifitcuresyou
l von it co8 yr 1 not h inn to try it.
I m n-i. mntmittm.H IKHafyDum.PiIe,X7 Juiinidra, I
T Calirth. Ln-e BnrL, Aq. vtbutty,
berwedonot ask you to boy tnem Diindly Dnt merely to ut inea u, I
our risk. 75.O10 C made daring ISO in cues where all other treat-1
mentshadfailei Price rery low. Illustrated book Kiting fall panic-I
' alars and blank for atatement of your case sent free. Address at 1
once. ELEUTIilu it'FU CO,
j xuutli Center itreet.
Wedned.i) and ThnrMlay Ereniiiars,
Feb. 4 and 5, 1SS.",
THE SKATOKI.VI. tJl'EE.V,
Miss Gertie Gould j
OF BOSTON, j
From American Institute of Koaton. A Giarmiuj:
and ri(fful btater Llegant Cusmues.
Mtiis tbe uope on b sates. Appears a
MINNH, AND INQI11N PRINCESS!
In Complete Costume, on Thursday Eyenlng.
WOKTU & POTTEK,..
53 1 ork street. W7 West Main atreeL 400 East Main street.
in one month. If it doesnotenn
Different Appliances to core Dn.
ana many otner aiseases. jtemem- l
sol biate bt- heood.is. i..
f hall acres, with two-story brick houe ol Mre:r
rooms, outbuildings and a large anu neter-taiunj:
spring of water, situated near Laeonda.n thei.C
l 4 I. railroad, and specially suited for the loca
tion of a r mufactunngbusiness. Korlunher in
formation apply to Wm. Oranr's Sons.
Oflie of Comptroller ef the Currency, I
ASiiiMiTON, January 7, 18.S5. f
Whereas by satisfactory eyidence presented to
the undersigned it has been made to appear that
The Mail tttser atloual Hank or irinK
tl.lil. in the City of .-prtnfieM, in the County o(
Clarl ud Stale of Ohio, has complied with all
the osHions of the Act of Congress to enable
Nation iauktng associations to extend their
corporate existence and for other purposes ap
proved July 12. 1882.
Now, therefore, I, Henry W. Cannon, Comp
troller of the Currency, do hereby certify it at
The Mad Klrer National Uank of Sprlng
tlelit. In the City of sprmgeld, ln the Connty ot
Clark, and State of Ohio, ia authorized to h.ie
succession for tie perljd spec!.- n lta amended
articles ot association, namaly, -utll close otbusi
ntu on January II, 19P'
In tjetUtnon vhonol . .tseaa my hand and Mat
ot offlce this ftm day ol January, ISM.
in. H. W. CiK.NOS,
Comptroller ol tie Currency,