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EXTRA FINE SHOES.
POND LILY TOILET WASH
A Perfumed Vegetable rrcparalion
FOR THE TOILET AiSD BATH.
Cleansing, Healing and Refreshing.
Free from Airmal Fat. A superior shampooing fluil
Best article for removing stains and grease spots (rem
all kinds of goods.
T .ARGE BOTTLE 25 Cents.
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tfl GLOBE EEPUBUO FRIDAY EVENING, MAECH 20, 1885 ' ; jf
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We announce with pride that we now have a full line of the
faiwus Ha nan & Son's FINE SHOES FOR MEN. These I
loods are 1HE FINEST IN THE WORLD. The stock is of
tne celebrated Cordovan French Calf, soft as kid, and superb-'
ly finit hed ; the workmanship is the best that money could
procurf, and the styles are the most shapely and symmetri
cal we have ever shown, embracing both French and box
toes, with buttons and imitation lace and crimped top con
gress. As fine dress shoes, these are marvels of beauty,
and we shall take much pleasure in showing them to gen
t'emen of taste.
We have just opened a large invoice of the superior
Laird, Schober & Mitchell's FINE SHOES FOR LADIES, in
French Kid Hand-sewed and turned ard hand welt. The new
est and most graceful shapes for sprint, wear will be included
in this stock, and ladies will find much to admire in the extra
ordinary neatness of the workmanship and surpassing excel
lence of these goods. V.e are also displaying a new line
of French kid slippers, ornamented with Delicate beads
of polished steel. Our spring stock of ladies' wear will
far surpass that of previous years, both in extent and in the
tastefulness of designs.
jliwii iriu-iaiut 15W above .wu. lt-ui4nuui
tai. d u tn 1 4 47 above. Teu-peialure cl
Hiv lai tn ldabnve. prrtun-oi tare
. i. svuTe iero
MnH20.h, at 6.1 1 a. iu., temperature ra 4s be
7 HE SOIL TlLl.fRX.
Farmera' Iuatltutc Afternoon Session.
The Tbnrsu'sy Iternoon fe&ion wisopened
by John Howell, in tte absence or Secretary
W. J. Cba.mbtrUin,on the subject ol "Manure
Mr. Howell: In Virginia fanner used 300
pounds to the acre, on 200 acres. Wheat in
the Shecadcah Valley without Itrtilizers
would be a failure. In tbe same countj a
farmer was taVing good care ot bis barn-yard
mannre, and the fact was shown on his farm;
$13 50 per bead ol cattle was made on the
manure by experiment at Cornell Unirertitjr.
Don't think, it would par to corer our barn
yard;. My barn. yards are level, smooth and
Rrlid; haul all tbe straw to the yard 'or bed
ding; bare yard small wi.h just sufficient
room, and hare water in the yard. I b ul
P00 tons per year sometimes; haul out io tall
and plow tor corn, soraetimts in tbe sprinjr,
one way as pood as the other. It is sufficient
to plow clay ground in the fall. Wfcinl pi w in
io the fall I plowtwoinchesdeepertbaD in tbe
spring. I bare bliu k soil, a! o strong cly
land; hTe used ashes and slacktd li'ne
without bent fit, also same result with salL
J. T. Warder: I used sixty bushels ot
ashes and slacked lime to tie acre but did
not see much difference; bare a large mule
stable, and find it profitable to cover the
manure; haul manure in tbe summer on the
stubble, top-dressing of young gras, clorer
and timothy ; two years in grass or patute.
Plow in the spring; prefer tbe Sapling lover.
Covered manure is thribbled in ralue.
Mr. Holman: I used nine barrels ot
slaughter-house salt on fourteen acres; it was
mixed come with cattle tails, etc., from the
slaughter-house. When put on did not ex
pect more than ten, but got twenty bushels to
Cbas. K. Wilsor: Farming does piy, but it
requires brain, muscle aud industry.
We sbould diffuse our p-oJuctior
so tint we may not over
stock tbe maiket and produce according to
our ability. We can com ete with tbe Min
nesota grain farms, beianse ne ate nearer the
market. Tbe farmers, some of us, go to town
too often applausej wbenwehavenobuines
there; better be hauling out manure. Barn
yard mannre pays 50 per cent, on outlay
when hauled from the city. Our boystbuuM
be allowed to do that for w hich they are St
ted, and not confiaed to the farm if not suited
to them; our best representatives in pubti-lKe
came from tbe farm.
Piano solo by Mrs. Fran'z.
It. S. Thompson then addressed thf Insti
tute on tbe question, "Clorer as a eitilizer.''
As to whether clover can be profitibly u-el
as a fertilizer depends on many conditions
It Is first to be understood what tbe soil needs
most, and if that necessity is naturally in tbe
clover, then clorer fertilizition is profitable.
In order to ue clorer in'elligently the ,mr
must neces-aiily understand his soil and is
necessities; understand tbe propert'ts of the
fertilizers and tbe remedy can be applied;
hence there can be no Agriccltural recipes
giren to corer all cases alike. There are
necessary ingredients to"woik tbe chemical
changes that are ntcessary to present the
proper food to tbe plant. That scientific farm
ing can be made profitable is proven by Prof.
Roberta on the Cornell farm, where a poor
piece of land, 125 acres, is made to net $I,C00
annually. Manure may be kept in open or
covered yards; if corered, care must be taken
tbat it does not burn, and if opeo, that tbe
chemical changes do not take place and be
washed away by rain. Large cisterns may
be made to catch the drain from open yards,
and this is very good for garden and
other special places. It miy be corded up
like wood as Joseph Hams dots it.
J. J. Turtle: Clo.er.it plowtd under when
in bloom, aill sour tbe coil and ruin it. It
should not be put under ntitil marly hronn.
(Mr. Thompson agreed with Mr. Tuttle.)
C. M. Nichols, of tbe (Slobe-Kepi'iiuc: Is
the manure supply on the farms iqual io ibe
demand? We Lave a great deal ot physical
Glib, and moral filth, io our city, ai d want
some of the farmers to take it awiy torus.
We add to it
Mr. Howell: If the city people will put
earth in tbe'r closets, we will Laul it away
for tbem. We nerd doulle tbe arount of
manure tbat is made on the farm. My ad
vice to farmers is to make xieriments on a
Adjourned until Friday.
Frirtaj Mori ingr Sraaton.
Tbe morning session opened with J. R. S
Hazzard, president, in tbe ehair. Tbe qut
tion, "Genual Purpose Hurs-f How to
Breed, Rear and Train," was openi d by Dr.
W. G. Bryant. The Doctor gare a rery in
teresting lecture oo tbe different breeds ot
horses and designated tbe thoroughbred a
the proper hofre, for general purposes posset
ing necessary speed and also tbe required en
durance. He n.entioned Mr. Howell's driving
mare as a sample. "Freizmg out" was je
noanced as barliar u; kit.d usaee and good
feed, eirly training, slow but steady educa
tion, recommended. Tbe true horseman is
born, like the poet, not made.
John Howell: Horses for general purpose
Kbould not be over 1,050 jtounds and should
travel eight miles per hour without distress,
and sired by tbe thoroughbred. The Bonny
Scotland, Leiii gion and Bu'ton hoists tre
good thoroughbred SUxk. Wbn breaking
a horse wrap the trace, see that the collar
and harness fit, and use kindne.-s and p
lience; d'ni whip at a I.
P. Stear.: It is necessary for the oriii
naiy farmer to get bis Me insured if l.e ban
dies the tborouhbied boises. They are too
lively. Tbe Clydesdale will meet all the re
quirements. "The Hjney B-e," opened by J. V. Xe
lore: The bee is an agent of income to ihr
farmer, but must b cultivated and its wants
studied. Tne bee will make some seed cops
pay rent and tillage by sviog wastage by
evaporation. It carries the fructifying po 1 u
mm aitim tn nlaant in ill ommIi Ia ti. '
JaUtH WUl IU IVawaUd a BV4UVW IV! UWUCI,
Bee culture piys even on a small scale, tbe
yield being from twenty-eight to thirty
pounds per I ire. Moths do not bother the
Italian bees. Ktep them in cellar dur
ing the winter, with proper ventila
tion, or protect from tbe wind by
high board fene-, and guard against
mice, alsa shade from the hot sun. Tbe
cause of death is m'.re on account ot con
tinued cold weather; bee diarrheal is caused
by tbe pol-n; tike ibe polen from the comb.
John Kiblirg'r: Tbe diarrhira is caused by
the bony drw from young trees, which
mkes blck bone) ; ibis shoi'ld be taken
from ibe hives and fted with coffee A srgar
reduced one- bird by water.
Mr. Thorn: To avoid building tbe comb
belwrru the sections place a snip of tin be
twe n, or, lietter yet, place the sections at a
small angle in the drawer. The movable
frame with section boxes is tbe best. I think
the mortality among bees is caused by the
evaporation ol bjney gathered under peculiar
conditions of atuiospbere.
Adjojrued for dinner.
Trouble at the Skating- Kink.
Th;uex managers ot the skattrg nnk are
ezMrienciog some trouble tn their efforts to
make the riik come up to their standard as a
pUce of amusement. Mention was made
yesterday, of tbeir excluding several persons
the diy before, whose character did not ex
actly suit them. Mis. Peel, one of the per
sons to excluded, considers herself damaged
to the extent ot $300, and las' evening caused
all tbeekatis iu tbe rink to be attached to
satisfy her claim for this amount.
Tbe tkates do not lelong to the new men,
bjt are uuder tLe cjntrol of C. A. Welsh,
who a ill replevin Ibim during today, so tbat
tbe rink will probably be running again to
day. There being no skates to teut, the ad
jii.'sion to tbe rink was free Us', night, and
many who bate tkates it their own took
aduutatie of this to enjoy an evening's
skating i hjut expense. Tbe sentiment of
tbe eopIe, so far as we have biard it ex-pre-xd,
seems to be with the managers ol
ll-ll Klncera TonUbt.
The entertaii tnent to be given by Srrith's
Bell Ringers and Concert Company at Black's
tonight will be lull ot fut'. There is a large
share ot comedy in the programme and the
company embraies artists who are widely
known as mirth-makers. There will be a
matinee tomorrow and another petformanre
About fifteen or twenty Iriends of Mr. and
Mr. Charles Willia-nsjn gathered at tbe
house ot Mr. D J Ciott, onPium street, last
night, to celebrate tbe first anniversary of
tbe wedding ot Mr. and Mrs. Williamson.
Tbe evening was pa-sid with music, dancing,
and other social amusements until 11:30,
when the gmsts depaited. We do not know
all the guests, but we do know that, among
others, an ebgant cupper was present.
Mies May fCin?sley bas resigned her posi
tion in tbe postoffice and left for her home at
Mt. Blanchard today. Miss Kingsley will at
tend Adrian Colbge, entering tbe coming
spring term and will continue until gradua
tion. Theie will be a meeti"e of tte Republicans
of tbe Ninth ward at Finley's old stand on
Main stnet, between Light and Shaffer, on
Monday. March 23, at 7:30 p. m. All Repub
licans are uigently requested to be present.
The delegate to ihe Democratic Conven
tion to b hll in this city tonight will
assemble at the (Jr-ind Opera House, instead
ot Allen's flail, as heretofore announced.
By order ot tt e Committee.
John Kixxam;, Chairman,
Fbank Si o iub, secretary.
Bist CO cts. Tain city.
Iroua Autumailc ua. lturner
Will reduce your g til's 20 per cent.
A. S. Way, Agent, 61 Arcade.
These Teas ate so'd in store at 70 and 80
its. per pound. All ne ask is one trial.
Miller's Tea Stte, 54 A'cade.
Mr .Sanderson's Int."- on Ferncliff avenue
is r-canl and for tei t. I is one ot the most
de-irable r- si lencei in ibe ci'r, also advanta
geously located tor stud ut boarders.
The little Kitten' fiee tomorrow, at Miller's
Tea St re, 54 Arr-ad .
A meeting ot the fto uan'a Union Miffiot
arr Socie-y, of tl is city, will be held in tbe
ptilorotthe Fust Prr5i.yierian chu-ch to
morrow, Saturday. Mmch 21, at 2:30 p.m.
A full attendance is desired, as important
matters will lie under c nide ation.
By order ot Mrs. R. Q. Kio, Pres't.
M.J fLOlkt S-c'.
The Three Kltii I ree Tomorrow.
This beautiful iard gtten away tree to
buyers ' bill pound of tea or one a und
coffee tomorrow, at Mil'er's Tea S ore, 54
New Mib- ."ip, J I cts. per. qt. New
l pi- .-u r, 13 c s. per lb. First of tbe
season; ex ia hue
Ciia . W I'ay.stkr & Co.,
Ul n I JJ West Main St.
Fretb Roa-ieo Oofle for tomorrow espec
ially for iln re ion. Abo a beautiful card
fie, at Miller's Tea Store, 54 Arcade.
Get the Thre.il. Htle Kittens
CJiveu away totnorow b' sides the tea checks
at Miller's T.a Mo e, Arode.
(Hen Avny Tmuurruw.
Tbe little ki tens Io buyers of balf pound
ot t'a at Millers Tea Sn.re. 54 Arcade.
Fur Only Pure Taa. aiid ColTeea
Cao to Miller's Tea Store, 54 Arcade.
du-esalc Ulcers aud Catarrh.
Mrs. Christian 7. '!c av;cd sivty-three
Tears, of Carond.-let. t Louis, Missouri,
had a chronic men o "i leg w hich had
been running fir : --e years. To
use her ow n'la ; ' !a " tried all
the doctors," lit' mT i . ;e .optililebcn
crit. Tttoo tli 'in t i ucil ol tins city
adi ied her, a-, t o dv a't-nfive from
death, to lue tin h rni;i.' .'ed below
the knee. S!..? ws tr i.ble.1 vilh an
Intolerable itclii ; ccniat on, which only
gae way tj a distracting pain, which
made death Kv daily wish. She could
not sleep or test. On March 2:, this
year, she conimv.nrc.il v in; Dr. llait
man's I'KRn.VA, .1 1 1 tc 'ay tlu lcj; is
entirely healed, ar 1 t'.c tl. uikful old lady
says bhe lias slept mo.-e d-rinij the huX
three months t hail ilic d.J in the pro iois
Miss Alice Ilmrir, of E tst St. I.oif
Illinois, suffered lium cnt.mli ophthalmia
for five years. Ol April 27 die began
treatment under Dr. Ilirlman. For a
year before she wniapatKut of tvo o(
the best known oculist; 01" this city, but
they signally failed t' 1-clp her. After
one month utuhrDr. ilartman and his
PeriinA, her eyes have alino-t entirely
hcaleJ, and, ac'cordin ; to h X ow-a state
ment, he has do-ic :r.oic fjr her in this
short space of ti.nel'ian f.e oculists did
in the previous wlioloyur. I'EKUXA,
of course, did it.
Miss Annie IIj'kt, Tirst Avenue, Mil
waukee, writes: "I LVo gic.it pleasure
in recommending I'lIRU.v A. For years. I
have suffered Irom Asthma. I was in
duced to try P-EUUKA. It promptly
relieved the parow in : si 1 i!s continued
use renders their rceiirirm l.-s and lcs
frequent I am confident it i. ill cure me
Walker Brothers, d nist, Batavia, O.,
write: "Bit.b. 11. IIau .i, Columbus,
CDearSir: S-mt i-ow-c.'ksaijolhad
a very peculiar c i-e, an 1 altera few qucs
tions'were atuttired, I came to the con
clusion it was cat.iirii o:" the stomach of
the worst kind, cf li 1 ) ra.' standing
The patient had con-uited e-ery phy-
sician far and near. I )-e-uaded her to
try your PKBUVATm i 3:A SAI.1S. She
had been having t. .- a c.ery three or
four days, and the 1" It do-e kept them
off, and they h t e n t v'urned since "
W. M. Gritiiili, .-hia id, Ky., writes:
The large chroi.ic ulcers ot" filtcen
months' standi .g, ae entirely healed.
The swelling, pain atd itching ha.c all
subsided, the le- is healed, and I am per
fectly well. Pa.ru:;a i a wonderful rem
WANTED UNFURNISHED ROOM. WITH
board, liy a married couple with Rood refer- I
ences; must be cet tral. Ma e terms an location
or no attention will be paid to it. AuJress"Cab, I
this office. i
.17 ANTE BUISE ROOM, LITHEKFIKST
11 or second floor, sultabli. f.jr small manufac
turing. .Address 'Manufnture," this otbre, stat
ing terms and location No attention will be
given If terms are not Mate.
riiEACHEKMAKE TftTo 150 FEU MONTH
1 wiling our Stan-iar 1 Rooks A Rib es. teady
work for sprint and summer. AdJiess J. C Mc
Curdr ACa.Cincirnati. O.
WANTED OLD IKN. COll'tR, RRA9S
rlnc lea-, ras, rubier. ones, etc.; will pay
cash. J, W. McAdoo, 72 Winter street, fctnrg
TT7AN1ED LAUlb AM) GENTLEMEN' IN
If city or country to take lit.ht work, at their
own homes; 13 to ii eaiiy made; work bent by
mail; so canvassing. We haTe a good demand
for oir work and inrnish Meady mploment.
Address, with stamp, I rown M'f'g Company,
2H Vine SU, Incinnjiti. Ohio.
WANTtD-TO I'URCIIA-E A RUalNE HY
a live man, wlihacapital fromSl,0u0 toS?.C0i.
(orrespondonce o!icited. Address "Rusine-,"
Lock cox No CSlf bpringtield.O.
WANTED B3YS IO FEED CYLINDER
pitsses. Experienied feeders preferred. Call
at Globe office
nOR REST LAIK'.E .TOl:ERX)M, EAST
r Main bt. Dwelling houet pool, new, n rooms.
Small house, 3 moms, corner of Ytrk and bummer
Sta. Two toiiDi on East M, , never occupied; rent
F'OR RENT BBKK 1IUUK OK 9 ROOMs,
with Iarte yard. Will leae for two or threa
years. A-ldre, "IIou?,' this office.
FOR RKNT liEblKtHi L BUUK HOUbK ol'
12 rooms, large lot, trts ard shrubWry, rent
low to desirable tenant. Applj toTLos. W. I!?ao,
21 South Limestone.
FOR RENT- APRIL 1-T, lvo, 37 WEsT MUL
berry street, houte wiib eitbt eood rooms. For
particulars see or addres J E. Htt elfin o sit,
?OR SALE-CSlIIEKa DtSK CUEAP, AT
? T. M. C.ugenbeiriVs.
F SALE OR RENT.
FOR 84LUOK RENT MODERN HOUSE OF
J rooms, stable, tte, 6i W. tJle&ant &t. ln
bufreof Dr. Mudebaker.o E. llish St.
CITY MARSHAL. JOHN L. FLY NX will be a
candidate for Ity Marshal, tubject to the de
cision of the Democratic convention.
26 YEARS IN USE.
TkM Oreattrt MedicaJTrinrnph of the Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ijoaaof appelitet Dowels cost ire. Paiu in
the head, with a dull acnuatlon In the
hack part, Fain under tbe shonlder
bladet Fallnesa after eatinc, with a dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
feeltngof having-neglected some duty,
Wearineaa, Olzzlnesa, Flattering at the
Ilemrt. Dote before tho eres, Headache
erer the right ere. llestleasneas, with
ntfnl dreams, Ilicbly colored Urine, and
TU1'X"S FILLS aro especially adapted
to socb cases, ono dose ctTccu sucli a
They Incretue tbe Appetite, and cause tbe
body to Take on Flealiethus tho system Is
nourished. and bythclrTontc Action on
(ho Oieratl veOramna.il cuMr Stools aro
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Eenovates tho body, makes healthy flesh.
strengthens the weak, repairs the wastes of
the system with pure blood and hard muscle;
tones the nervous system, invigorates the
brain, and imparts the vigor ot manhood.
OFFICIS 44 Murray St., New YorlK
26 S. MARKET ST.
BLACK'S Ol'ERA HOtlSti
Twtiif;litaOnly. Friday anil Saturila,
March 2 and SI. -laturday Mat
inee at 2.:!0 p. m.
Extraorillnarv Engagement of
WILL L. SMITH'S
Swiss Bell Ringers
bmerb biUtr Cornet Kami and Orcbestra.
2 BollTablea 2 I
2 Sets of UcIN 2 I
Mimical Artists 10
(.'real Comedians 4 '
:1 I.atirhs in...
pecial reduction In prices for Hits engigemeut
only. AdmiiHiou 10, 15 and 20 cents. KciueuiLer
graiid ruttineo Saturday at 2.3-S p. ui.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PAUL A. STALEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
and Mechanical Expert.
Patent ..aslnes Kxcloslvoly. l&tnta So.
llclttrwi. Knnm K. Arrd ltiillctlnc .
I)IHULUTION' OF 1AKTNKIC1III".
THK paitDerhip heretofore existing letween
Frank b. bnmpf and I-erguon lbompon
under ibe Darae of hbniupf A Thorn pon. la.
ClUtOD street, is u utually diioolred, i-eruon
Thonipfon rtlfrlnc, Kmnk E. Shniupf coatlnuine
I be business ht tbeuiue jtlace, bere tbe booL? ol
tbe firm will ! found.
Frank E Shkimpf.
Kl- Rt.1 son Tiiomion
band oiiie illuminated 4Trralle on feU-Dc-rIoiiuirm
of ihf Femaln Hunt colored
anatomical plate, full explanation, medical opin
ions, etc Shows that uiueelopd or bhrunVen
condlton Is abnormal and unhealthy; fioirti en
large to full and proper croportlon. bafe, simpfe,
abvoluteh lertnln. (Other portions and me tuten
j developed y similar process) A copy of this
rat ua Die dok m ailed in seaiei enreitpe lor iit
P. O. lr:iwer 1711, lluffdln. ". V.
Lonzani favorably known as a competent honse
mover and raier, drslres to notify the public ih-tt
he Is still pie pared to do work intnatline, together
with the mason work, fn a reliable and workman
like manner. Leave all oiders at McCuddy's, No
12 East Main street, or address me at ui) resi
dence on Wist College avenue, city.
SALE OF BONDS.
VOTICE is hereby R.en that the city of tprine
i field, Ohio, will oiler for sale to the highest and
best bidder at the Council Chanilter in said city, on
Tuesday, the 3lst day of March, A. 1. TSs5, at 8
o'clock p. m., the bonds of ?ai J city to the amount
of nine thousand (f 9.000) dollars; ald londto be
of denomination of 21 0)0e;ch, to bear G percent,
per annrim interest from the djte of same until
thepaymentofthe principal therof; principal and
Interest of sjid bunds to te parable at the City
Treasurer's office in this city, on the lstdayof sp
ber, A. 1. 18Vi. ?aid tonds to be isiued for the
purpose of obtaining a loan in anticipation of the
Geueral Kevenue Fund of the city for the present
year, in pursuance of feet f on 27uuof the Keriscd
btatuicsof Ohio. Said bonds, when sold, to be
taken and pid for fa cash by the purcha;er there
of within lire days from date of sale of same.
Bids for ibe purchase of said bonds may be tiled
in writing with the City Clerk at any time prior u
the time atoTe named for the site of aid toads,
and Ills, either Terbal or in writing, will ne re
ceived oi said 31?tdayof March, at 8 o'clock p. m..
when all bids will 1 co"iUered by the City
Council, and said Itonds will be sold at not less
than par ralue, subject to the conditions hereto
fore feet forth, to the highest and best bidder.
By order of Council.
J.b.SliswaLTKR, itv Clerk.
SILK OF IIOMK
XTOT1CE is hereby given thst the Village ot New
i Oarhsl', Clark county, ohio. will tier for salt
to the highest and bet bidder the first series of
Mieet Impriement Bonds of raid Village, not to
exceed iu the aggregate the turn of S5.0O', on the
27th Day of April. 1885,
At7.30p.m,at the Council Chamber of said Vil
la7e, said t-onds to l of the denominatiou of f W0
each, to lar 6 per cent, per annum interest, piy
able beiui-nniully on tbe nrstdavsof March ad
&epteuiler. In each yar, until the pjyineut of the
' iriucipil thereof; atd tous to t dueandpiyable
S-'sSiK) thereof on the first day of March, 115 and
j the remain inj !2,Vm on the lirstdayof Septem!er,
lirod; said bonds when iued to be taken and pai 1
i f-r b the purchaser thereof, at such times an . in
such autiMas the nedsof the Village may require
j and the Village Council may dirett, by resolution
passed by said Council. Bids for 1b p rdne of
aldlonis may benlclin writintr with the Village
I Cleric at any time prior to the time aloe named
j for the sale of add bond?; and bids, either verbal
or written, will 1 received by said Council on aid
27th day of April, 18s1.. at 7:30 o'clock p. in . when
' all bond tireeiited will lie sold, hiililpt tn tlirnn.
ditlous heretofore set forth, to tbe hfche&tand best
bi der therefor.
by order of Council.
A. Ketip, Major.
Attest: H.N TAMOR,Oerk.
For the improvement of sidewalk, curb and gutter.
Uetohed, That it Is heieby declared by Ihe Citv
Council of the City of Sj.rinstif U, Ohio, that th'e
sidewalks on bol It sides of Clifton street, between
Taylor stnet and East street, where the same lias
not been already done, shall be improved br curb
ing and piving the gutters, and paving the side
walks with brick; snd the tide waits on both sides
of Columbia street, tetveen Western avenue and
Ialella street, he ordtred fmiruved by curbing
and paving the gutters, and that it is nfieary
tbateachef th above improvements be mide
(excejit go mudi thereof as abuts upon the property
of W. il. CGoode, on Columbia Bire t). and the
bame shall le constituted according to the ordi
nance of tin city regulating such iiiprovements
and to the acceptance of the City Engneei and
the owners of the prop rty, tounding and abutting
upon s id portions of said sidewalks so ordered to
le improved, are hereby ordered to so construct
siid si ewjlksand gutters within W dajs from
legal service uion tbem of notice of the passage of
Ihatbaid property owners aro hereby further
Sotified that at the expiration of aid ieriod of t0
ays said Council will cause said improvement to
be made, or so much thereof as sba 1 not have been
already done by the property owners, aud ill by I
ordinanre order the assessment cf tbe ex enes
thereof ujkiu the property bounding and abutting
ujKin said MdewalLs and gutttrs tc He improved, it i
proN)rtiou to the respective feet fronts of said .
prof ertics; and Ibatf-aidtounnl will bysaidoidl- '
nnce further provide for certify lug said acs- '
uieuta to tbe contractor do uc the tame for -aid .
city in payuunt thereof atronlini to the lawn and
oniinanris of thistity; and that the City t.ngiuoer
is heiebj direited, upon the completion of the
work, to forthwith preiare and report to Council a
statement of theotof said improvement, audi
that the City ( lerk is hereby directed to certify to I
the Mayor a copy be eof and also cause legs I pul
licstiou to Le made of the passage of this resolu
tion. raised by Council Mar h 10, 1883.
J. b. Sheytalteb, Fobt. Johnson. i
City aerk. President of City Council. J
RELIABLE SELF CURF
A ivoi)te prescription of one of the moi
noted and successful specialist in the U. b.
inow retired) (or the cure of ervou. Debility,
Uwc Mmihood, laWnr and Deeuy. Sent
in plain sealed envelope Free. Druggists can fill it.
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
On and alter January 1st, 18S5,
we shall sell llonts, Shoes and
ltulilicr (Joods nf every descrii)
tion for LESS X0NEY than you
can liny them eNewhere.
IIAXGE & CO.,
14 West Main St.
'"aTSSrF-i I SSrfg?
f m&&v "v ft -cri
i l ST- iV f T3fc
"THK OLD FOLKS AT IIO.MK.'
The Kew York Hoard of Health estimates that
&),0() lives have been destroyed by the ei plosive
qualities of petroleum If every hous'hold would
adopt the tt hite isatoilf.jr family use, none of
these unfortunate accidents uoald occur.
WHITE SEAL BURNING OIL .
has none of the defects usually found in common
oil. It cannot be txploded. does not char the
wick, wll not mok emits t o offensive odor, and
prevents the breaking of chimnevs.
WHITE SEAL RURNIN6 OIL
Is a rich oil for illuminating purposes. It is as
light In co'or as pure spring wafr. It gives a
strong, steady light, and burns much longer iban
If this oil is not sold in your vicinity, send your
order direct to us for a barrel or a case containing
two fire-gallon cans.
BROOKS OIL COMPANY,
S3 EUCLID AVENUE, CI.KVKLAM). O.
114 niiil U.-. SOUTH hTKKKT.MOT VOltK
THE undersigned will sell at TuMIc Salerat his
residence, 4 miles seuthwest of Springfield, on
" ellow springs pike, on
TJirilSDAY, MARCH 20, 1S85,
the following valuable tock and chattels :
20 HEAD OF HOUSES,
ronsMiucof 5 heavy dratt geldings; -t draft mares,
twoof which are out of Imported hortei, and are
with foil br Imported horses 2 !iv-v ear-old
brown Hambletonian hordes, K4 hands hfh, trot
c!oi3 minute, named I'eter line and Monemn;
leter Oinei the horse tht toot tbe count? tret
at the Clark County Fair, 133, and Sionenian out
of the famous trotting mar of Wm. S. Th mjiion,
and both sired by Limestone; 2 five-year-old bay
gildings, sired by Mouaban's Cot fax; 1 sorrel
gelding, named Charlie Fotrr, five years old,
5ired tyHappr Traveler; 1 slx-yeir-obl bay gel !
ing, ran trot in 3 minutes, named Wade Carring
ttu, bred in Kentucky; J good gener4l purjre
farm horses; 1 rony, five years old; 2 Hnmbl.touian
Also, will offer at Private Vale, same day, one
heavy -bred Draft Stallion, named Ulack Uicbt
six jearsold; neighs 17U0 jKiHnds
20 HEAD OF CATTLE,
as follows: " head of -young Jersey Cows, all
ireh; 6 (trade and U-brei Jersey, will be fresh
within six weeks, 9 bead of young heifers cf good
SO HEAO OF HOtiS,
attouthalf of which ha.e leeii bred, and balance
Also about 10 bets ol worR harness and Ssetsol
single harness, a ut a lot of Farming Implemtnts,
and numerous o her art Lies not u cessary to men
tion Sale to comment e at 10 a. m.,when terms will be
JOHN H. MELLINGER.
Jmi-s tt ALLiotuRu, Auttiouecr.
J n F Walikr, Clerk.
.No intjxicatmgdiinksatlowedon the premies.
For is cars at 37 Court Tlace, now at
not iucceasfjl, bis rr'' wU T rove
Cnros all forms of PRIVATE.
CHRONIC and SEXUAL Dl
Spermatorruea and Im potency,
uUierewlt f Kir abate la ywiih, kzuI mcvmm In k
lurcr years, vr oUier rsues, tnl fnolucm wntccf ttwfol
1 wioi etlett. Nerrommeu. bciutnal V ruUmou, (bUbt tmis
ri w b Jrem. Dunn of Mbt, PcfrcUve Uroifry IhT
i"at IK-caj Pinitaott Tc, Ain)oabioctrtTtt(nalr,
Ooofu'ioQ of Ideas Ixris ft esual Power AertDdtrnnj
iumKelmprotirTrijn(i r, are thoroughly and itriiia
nenU; eurei. SYPHILIS lct1,flJ ctired aAcn
ZSX'Si!1 tnutne tjitna: Gonorrhea,
GLEET kirkturr, (ntuU. Hernia, tor Kuliurj,
ril-aDlottir?rprirattIliaH qukklj cured.
to wrUin cU. cf diaM. aud treating Uiouundi innu
allj affaires great aiilL rt)Ticiana kuwinjUiiifart often
reuoinaMixl pertmid to nr care. When it I lucoavtnwnt to
Tiut Uie city fnr treatment, ntediefnea can Lc teat pnvaiely
anJ aafely bj mail er express anj here.
Cures Guaranteed in all Cases
lmu uU'Kii Trnaltr fr br Wer trff ted InTltrf.
ChargL reavniwble mni cormt.pouJeiu.e f trtcily obfiILUL
OfXUpaitea, aenttoanr adJrcM. Mcorely aealnl,tnrtbin;
(30 ceota. Sboull b read bv all. Addrcu a ilota.
OSes bears frwa e A. Jf . to 9 P. i(. Suclaja, 1 to 4 i. AC
. . .."sk
CHAS. LUDLOW, Druggist.
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
This preparation contains the Iinigorating nrofiortit ol
(uiiiine, with the softening qualities ol (Jljcerine.
It promotes a healthy and rapid growth ot, aud pmentsthe
hair from falling out.
Ladies will find this aKo an elegant preparation for ordinary
toilet use. Put up in 50c and $1 bottles. Prepared only by
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. a:t EaHt
invite inspection of
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop.
Repairs on all llnds of 9UchInery done in rlorl rot if p. Sjicial allti.lion
flven to repairs on Slationary and Farm Engines, Mill Work. Gearirr, M'allin
langers, l'nllerg and Experimental S aehinerr of ail (if s-crijilii us. lilacli'initti
inp, etc. 1 rt promptly attended to, prires rei tensile, ai d s-aii.-ljx tion iruar
anteed. Office and oris, 66 and C8 Easi TVafliingun Mret,pnijj:IlIil, Oeio.
Telepiiune No. 346.
Dr.T. L.James, Dentist'
(Lute or Cliientro.) .
Dentistry in all of its Branches. '
Specialty of fine fillings; restonnj; partial loss of
teeth without tlite, aod restoring to uefuIlneHs
couau io"ij ana nroTQ ir em ny rownmg.
116 1-2 West Main Street.
GENUINE ORIGINAL ,
NERVE 4c BONE
I""-?. . prr bottle. Introdoced In 1835 by
(ro. Jlarxlon Allen. A painless, sure and
ppcedy cure for ltheumathm. Xenralgla. Old Sores,
llurns. Sprains bcaldCut. Bruises, fewellings and
an other bodily pains. Farmers and owners of
stock recommend It as the best known remedr for
cu re of bbouIderMralns, Cracked Heels, (scratches.
Chafes or Ualls, Sprains. Corks. Film In tbe Ere.
r'HAS. i. AI.I.KN. Jr.. sole Prop, and Mann, t
far BIC or Bl urBIIIUI
liul. Tbe bel to
America- All from re I
nowrreil Mre to tcrt' j
land VII reid-tered and
Prices Low jumI
flrKAV UUU V. BrooktxJe rra. Ft. Wjth, Ind.
The "LIGHrNING" Clothes
Washer. rotT-s it-t. rt.
Ewk.t U tUwIlNt. A prlof 14 cu
hibn UtUiitNuni 'lWir .
mmIi" aI alL. rtli ilttotiU mf f I
BrM'tnrilut "MjWMkfT -wyBa,
Rare Business cnance
wk. jet r i t nrtiB tww
Gtt drcmUrt f Vm. M MTT, W
Ai 5 rrert, miefcr. 111.
If L'phtnino j II
il WAnrn. I JJ
T s ' r u
Prompt and Effective.
Cotiene, Ileadaclie. and tinny kin
dred fornix of dNeje, aru amon Hie
natural routt of a di-ordired cotiditinti
of tlie Stomaeli, Licr. and Iiowcl-, anil
mar be curvd by the ueuf Ajer's TiIN.
AV. II. Strout, MraiU ille. Pa.. ttTiir-: I
ua troubliil ttilh Indition. Contiia
tioii, and Headache, for jean. A tew
rv-tonil me to beahli. I lne alrtays
found tlicni prompt and efTntiie in tbeir
action." Oliver Djrlinj, t.rteniHc,
Tiiin.. ttrito: "I bae derited sre-1'
benilit from tbe u-c of Ajer's fill-.
The Hired me of fclomacli aud Liter
trouble hielt bad affli -'eil me for ear."
Knttu Southwortb. ILitii, Jle., write:
'I Ji prootrated ttitli a setere Ililiou
complaint. After taiuU trj in? a uumU.
it reiueilies I tva-. lin.iM iuducid to n-j
. j er' rill. and li id taki n carecl v ttt o
Iiuxo tt lien I wuj coumletelv curvd."
Dr. .1. C. Ajer & Co, LtmelI.M.i..,
oId by all Dniii-.
Uufrb. suit? uiire. xf-.
"Send twoBtanapsrorCelcbratPil Med'ral' orlts.
We. Call or write. P. D. CLARKE. M. D.
WO.aM VINt STREET-eiNClHNATI.OHiO
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