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GL0B3B BttPtTBUg THUBSDAY ETEKPTQ, MAT 21, 1BBS
ROUSE AND PARSONS:
ANDREWS, WISE 4 PUTNAM-
Mr i. Oicar Martin went to Cincinnati Ibis
J. II, Vouch, traveling freight agent ol the
0., M. A St. l'.,lsln town.
The Old World (Jem (Jj. arrived tbla noon
and la quartered at Ibe Arcade.
I)nlI llackenberg pleaded guilty tbla
morning to keeping a (eroclous dog and paid
$1 and cosu.
Deacon Thoroaa Tracy, of Windsor, Mo., la
visiting relatives In tbu cityamong them
tbe NkbuUeaand Uolfords.
rD?enei?&ofithe me8 and wlM 8eM everything for tha HiUSEKEEP
nliBDclI a.t,a PrJC8 : before heard of. FURNITURE, all kinds.
?A1PJlT8, J?" 9rad.e V styles. QUEEN8WARE, very fine. STOVES,
to cook er heat. And have not forgotten the Bablee and Mothers In
TORS 8 8P a"d Pr6tty CARR,ABE- The be8t REFRIGERA-
Studebaker Farm Wagons at Cost.
! Sa mmuumammmBSSSSmmSSSSSU rs5S555JfeLa .ud i. ,. .lW
l'urt Union lxinanas are ibo beat that come
to this market for table ure. Burns A Lif
ferty havo the salo ol these bananas here.
Dr, K. C. Kunyan, of thla city, was elected
Vice President or the Mad Klver Valley Deu
tal Association, at Dayton, the other day.
A number of 1. II. A W. omViala are In the
at today. Among the number are notlctd
tlio names ol Dn rces, Wilson, Henderson,
D.ehl, Hohlnson and Woods.
Mauhikd: May 20, 1885, at M. K. parson
age, Yellow Springs, U., by Hev. A, Hamil
ton, Mr. James K. McUlurc and Miss Kittle
0. Myers, both ot Clark county, U.
Iter. II. W. Tate returned today Irom
Marion, 0., whero be bas been holding quar
terly meeting for bis presiding elder. He
reports the fruit and grain cropa up there
One night recently a raid was made on
door Tarda on Kliswortb street by lloner
thieves, who ruthlessly stripped beds, urns
ard trellises of tlieir,tlural ornaments, some of
which were destroyed.
A. L. Dully, an employe ol tbe Springfield
Koglne and Thresher Co., bad tbe ends ot
three lingers taken oil yesterday afternoon.
The damage aa done by a machine called
the universal wood worker.
K. A. Morgan, ot tbe Gazette, left tbla
morning for the Magnetic Springs. Alter
several daya at the Springs be will start for a
trip on the lake, expecting to be absent from
Springfield about two weeks.
Dr. Charles Ludlow, of this city, was
elected lirst Vice President of the Ohio State
Pharmaceutical Association, at its annual
meeting at Sandusky. Major De Witt wel.
corned the delegates in a neat little speech.
Mr. and Mrs. Crossoo, with the Misses
Graham and Smith, arrived from Ireland thia
morning at 2 o'clock. Mr. James C rosso n
piepured a comfortable home for hi. parents,
in which their many Iriends wish them joy.
James Mulligan, a lC-year-old boy living
ou Lagonda avenue, was arrested ill's morn
ing lor disorderly conduct. James was verj
busy fur awhile today tearfng up bis siater'a
clolhes, and Oy oilier like actions endearing
himielt to his family.
The judicial convention, annouuetd lor
June 16, at Uorrow, baa been postponed un
til July 20, according to a letter received by
John W. Parsons this morning. The origi
nal appointment conflicted with other in.ei
cais in some of ihe counties.
Mr. .Vale (.V. 0.) llamiltou, ol S. G. Ham
ilton A G'j., 315 Superior street, Cleveland, is
lu tbs cry arrangi.iir tor the establishment
of atreiiCies for the sale of the Hon. S. S
Cox's uew book, "Tnree Decades ot Federal
L-gulation," which is to be the great literary
work of the author's life. It will be un
. doubiedly the lending bick o the year. .Mr.
Cox is a very graceful aud Interesting wrl er,
and 111 4 account of American politics lor
thirty years past written by a Democra
will have g-eat hlstuncal interest and va u
We have already alluled to tbe book in the
editorial columns of the paper. President
1-velaud, II n. James 0. Blaine and E
Preiident Hayes commend the work highly
in autograph letters, which have been litho
graphed. Decurattun. nna 'Furniture fur the Wlg-
The Executive Cummittee met list night
and heard reports Irom several of tbe sul-
cummlttees. Mr. Frank McGrew, of the
committee ou printing, reported that blanks
for the use of the convention had been se
cured from Major Brown, ot Columbus.
Bids for furnishing ribbon were read. It
was decided that In ulace ol tickets for tbe
alternates ag was at first proposed, they should
be furnished badges the same as the delegates.
It is estimated that 500 yards ot ribbjn will
be required to make Bucb badges.
Mr. Miles reported for Committee. no Furn'
ture and Decorations. He had found 1,050
chairs in tbe city wbicb can be secured for
use of tbe convention, witb a good prospect
of getting 300 or 400 more. These, togeiher
with the 1,200 at Dayton, will make enough.
Negotiations witb Cincinnati firms are there
fore at an end. Iu regard to decorations the
contract for decorating the wigwam was let
to tbe Springfield Seed Co. for $350. Thry
are to decorate the building In the beet style,
using new materials aud will work under
direction ot tbe Building Committee. The
Executive Committee adjourned to meet
again Friday night.
Second Luthernu Church,
A congregational meeting was held alter
prayer meeting in tbe Second English Lu
theran churcb, Cliltjn and Boler streets, last
eveaing, to consider ibe selection of a site
and purchase ol a lot upon wbicb to erect tbe
new bouse of worabip. After ditcussion and
comparison of views tbe Council was author
lied to purcbue tbe Lupler lot, southwest
corner of Pearl and Clllton streets, two
squares west of the present location. Tbla
lot is ninety-five feet on Clifton and seventy
five on Pearl street. Tbe flowe proper' V,
next west on Clifton street, was also pur
chased, or Is to be by action of tbe meeting.
Tbe edifice will front, or rather the gable lll
tome ou Pearl street, but the tower, in which
are to be tbe entrance! will be midway tbe
bouse on Clifton street, so that In one aenae
there will be two fronts. Plana for the
building have not-Uea decided upon yet
but tbla will be tbe oext step, to be taken'
Immediately, and It la the expectation to
complete Ibe building ready tor occupation
tbla year, Tbo mm ol $5,000 la already sub.
scribed, and ibe property now occupied is
worth at lean $3,000, and will be sold, Tbe
election ol the location named was by a
unanimous vote of tbe coogrega i id. To
hoar the rapid growth oi tbe new organ zi
tioa, it li only necessary to state thai there
wen 310 present at Sunday school laat Sab
bath. Congregations average about S00 at
regular church aervloe.
LADIES AND MISSES
UsT -AXjILi THE 3STB"V7"EST ST3TXjES.
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
The I. ate IhnrlusM. King l'.i.
There waa a fair attendance, chiefly of
younger members, nt the meeting of the Bar
In the Common Pleas court-room tills morn
ing at nlno o'clock, to hear reports of com
mittees appointed lu liew of thedeatbofChas.
M. King Esq., a member of the Bar. The
committee on resolutions presented tbe follow
ing, wbicb were adop'ed, after some euloglf
tic remarks by the chairman, Hon. J. K. Mower,
in whose ollice the decease 1 studied law, and
W. M. Itockel Ei., ho as Preald'nt ol the
Building and Lean Association, bad been per
sonally and intimately associated with the
Whereas, Death has removed from this bar
our late brother, Charles M King, we desire
to express our deep regret at the sudden and
unexpected end ol b s Hie. Wo shall remem
ber him as one who was exemplary In bis
habits, ever kindly and courteous in his In
tercourse with others, studious in his protes
sion, faithful and attentive in tbe transaction
of business, honorable In all his all'iirs, and
brive and manly in the battle of life against
Resolved, That we deplore his departure
from this earthly spbete so early in the period
of bis young manhood, nitb tbe prospect if
many years of usefulness to others and honor
to himselt, and we deeply sympathize with
tbe members of bis family in their sorrow at
Ilewlved, Tint as a token of respect for
our deceased brother we will attend his fu
Resolved, That a copy of tbete resolutions
be furni'bid to his family and trut we n
pectlullr ask bis Honor Judge White to
order the same spread upon the minutes ot
the Court of Common Pleas of this county.
F. M. Hahan,
John. L. Zimmkiiman,
Mr. Itockel, in his n marks, spoke of tbe
energy and determination shown by M1,
King in overcoming difficulties and preparing
himselt for tbe profession, expressing tbe be
lief tbat, had bis lite been spared, be would
eventually have risen to prominence tLerrit ,
Mr. Burnham reported that upon consulta
tion with tbe family ol deceased the 'ollow-ing-named
members bid been selected as pall
bearers: Luther Young, Wm M. Rockel,
W. R. Horner, M. T. Biirnhsm, Ge. Beard
and Frank Kightmyer.
The meeting then adjourned, and upon
opening of court tbe resolutions were prt
sented by Ibe secretary, Chase Stewart, E q ,
with the request they be tyre id upon the
minutes. The Court made an order to tbat
effect and then aitj turned court tor the day
out of respect tor the memory ot the d
Central Ohio KuledlcMedlcnl As.ui'lHtltiii.
The members ol the Assoctatlou held their
regular monthly meeiing iu the Lajotida
House arlors, yeste day allertioon. The e
were present lire. Ku'arll, Austin, Dillahunt,
and Mirauda, of this city, Dr. Cole, of La
gonda, Dr Ling, ol Westnlle, Dr. Bloyer, ol
Catanba, Dr. Keppler, ol London, and Dr.
Nesbitt, of Tieiuout.
Dr. DilUtiuut brought before the Associa
tion a case of hernia witb par.ial develop
ment ot hydrocele. The ease was the subject
of a leugthy and Interesting discussion.
Tbe question of getting up a "black list"
for tbe use of the members of the med cal
professioa.in this neighborhood was brought
up and it was decided that such a list should
be made. Tbe list will be graded, and will
be made up of three classes of ''black sbiep,"
those who are slow to pay,
thoie who can be mede to pay and
those who are dead beats beyond all
redemption, lira. Ausiin, Russell and Dilla
hunt were chosen to consult with Ibe Clark
County Medical Association on tbe subject.
It Is proposed to exchange Hits with the as
a iciation so as to get the benefit of both.
This list is to be for the protection of 'the
medical fraternity, and will lie strictly con
fidential, no exposure of the names hereon
lo be made.
Arrangements ware made for the meeting
of the State Eclectic AaiocLt'on, wnicb will
be held bere June 0 ami 10. About 100
members are expected lo attend. A contract
was made with tbe pr iprietor of tbe L igonda
House for a banquet on tbe night of tbe 9tb.
This banquet Is gpven by our home associa
tion to the members ot the Stne as ociatlon.
Tbe banquet will be gotten up In tbe best
style, the bill ol fare to include cold meats ol
all descriptions, ice cream, beiries, fiuits of
various kind;, wines and punches of many
varieties; in abort, all the del'caclea of the
season. Most of those who attend will proba
bly leave on the erenlog of the 10th.
Drs. Russell, Miranda, Keppler, Nrsbittand
Dillahunt were appointed delegates to report
at the SUte meeiing tbe condition and piei
ent atalus of our home association. Dr. Rus
sell waa rnide cba'rman of the del'gition.
Tbe asxlatlon then adjourned until July,
there betog no meeting next month on ac
count of tbe presence bere of tbe State asso
ciation. Two colored men entered a j ard on Jetfer-
sin street about 10 o'clock this morning and
appropriated unto themselves some clothes
tbat were bapglog on the Hue. Mr. Neal,
the owner, saw Ibe thieves when ttey took
the clotbea a id punned them up tbe L'ttle
Miami R. R several blocks, but did not sic
ca dine cbl g h'mor mikitig turn drop
In accordance witb tbe resolution pasted In
Council Tueiday nlgbt tbe bay and wood
wagons are now to be found on Columbia
f treat between Market and LlmesUne.
.he State Convention press committee
meeta tonight at eight o'clock at tbe Arcade.
THE "TWIN BURNER"
BEST I2ST TiaE! MARKET.
CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE KNOWN
T. J. MONAHAN, 44 S. Market St.
The Mad River Dental Association held its
i nnnal meeting at Diyton Wednesday, tran;
ncting routine business and electing officers
for the ensuing year as follows: president,
Dr. 0. Bradley, of Dayton; vice president,
Dr. F. C. Uunyan, of Springfield; secretary
and treasurer, Dr. L. C. Adams, ot Dayton.
Season tickets for the Naid Queen on r
The Old World Gem Company, consisting
ol thirty-five celebrated Kuropean artists,
will appear at Black's Opera House tomor
row, (Thursday,) Friday aud Saturday even
ings, and Saturday matinee. Tae company
carries a car load of magnificent scenery, and
everything connected witb tbe entertainment
will be ot the highest order. Admission 10,
15, 25, 35 and 50 cents.
Season tickets for tbe Naid Queen only
Until next week when the aumrrler style will
be fully out and see tbe display tbat will be
made at 56 South Limestone street.
J. V. B. Hort.it & Co.
Grand, tHshlonable matinee at Blsck'sOp ra
House next Saturday at 2:30. Admission 10,
15 and 25 cents.
Season tickets for tbe Naid Queen inly
l'ltu-Handlr ft Decatur llouta.
The Pan-Handle bas opened a New Line
to tbe West, called the Pan-Handle & Da.
catur Route," and Pullman Slctpinjr Cars
arc now running between Columbus, 0., and
Peoria, Ills., withont (b-tnge, on train leav.
ing Columbus at 3:40 p. m., making connec
tions at Di catur and Peoiia lir points in
Iowa Missouri, Kansas, Ntbraska and Ibe
great Wen. Passing as it dors, through the
territoiy l)ing ltwien the great trunk Hies,
tbe new line will, no doubt, become fopular
with the traveling public, bb It prorides better
train facilities than htretoftre and a through
car service between prominent ci les of Ohio,
Indiana and Illinois. Try it I
New Through Llun to the Weal.
A new through car line is now eMablUbed
on tbe 0., St. L. & P. lines of tbe Pan Handle
Route between Columbus, O.. aud Peoria, III ,
and shall be known as tbe Pan Handle and
Dtcatur Route. Pullman Palace Sleepers
will run dally on morning and evening trams,
and at Peoria a close and through connection
is made with connecting lines forming a di
rect and convenient route of travel between
all point, to Northwestern Illinois, Iowa,
Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. Tbla is the
only through car route to destination with
Manufacturers. Tnventnrs and ntti.M .tott
ing Models or Patterns of any description
made, should call upon W. T. Parker, 39
West Washington etreet, where all kioda ot
Pattern Work is promptly and properly done.
500 bushela potatoes reduced to CO cents
per bushel at C. W. Paynter Co.'a, 93 West
Commencing May, tbe 15th, the P. O. St.
L. R'y, Great Pan-Handle Route, will place
on sale round trip excursion ticket, to Mexico,
Pa., on account of annual meeting of "Dunk
ard." Tickets will embrace atop ofl priv
ileges in baib directions, and will be good for
return pas&age np to and including June 20th.
The rate for the round trip is placed at ex
ceeding low rate of $12.25. Two solid trains
dilly. For information as to trains, rales,
&'., apply to J. M. Hiked Ticket Agent.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Mar
7, 8H aud XO, not vatic, when ummtr it Tie.
are fullv out, Ibtre will be tbe giandest dlipUr of
tullllnery ever teen In PprlDgfield and iittter
bargains offered at
J. I B. HOYlE & CO
56 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
,W. !".. J?"',, ?w York buylna up the
latest and choicest novelties as (sat as tkey come
All Sorts of
hurts and many sorts of ails of
man and beast need a cooling
lotion. Mnctang Liniment.
T. J. MONAHAN.
Great Reduction in Gasolene Stoves.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 22 & 23,
sW$ afc ''','ta m
HO a47 C rADCD Champion Shot of
. v. i .
CAPT. JACK GRAWFORD,
TtIK POET SCOUT,
And 150 Cowboys, Indians, Mexicans, Mustangs, Wild Buffalo, Wild
Texas Steers, and the unly
fcPIMNaFIKU) HETAIL MAKKKTIS
CoasscTKD ar Cms. W. Fathticb 4 Co.,
91 and 93 Wait Main Street-
Dally IUport Thursday, May 21, 1885.
BcTTaa Full aupply, cbolce50a25.
Booa Full tupply at Uke per dot.
rour-Tav Uood demand; cbickeni, young, 20a
Me; old, 2oa3e each.
ArPLM-ll ooal 0 per buab.
I'orTOic-88e per buih.
Hwikt Potatoks None.
Clamor New lUal'o bead.
Onions Bermndai 25c peck.
Halt Dow-lle brand, 11.25 per bbl.'
Coal Oil I0al5a20c per gal.
Labd 10c. .
i-traia-luacD SfjtATa-Sldea, 10c; buuldem, 10
,8.co.!frA '!? taand and prlcea low ; gran-
Corrm-M.rke lower; Java, 2Oa30c par lb!
rL0!0l,ienL ta- lr,l'f Wo, prima graeiTlJKa
15o per lb; hlo.x onion, 10c par lb.
n!,.0J,A"?"M" Orleaua, 60.80c pergal; aorgban
duo par its I jf
Kick Beat Carolina, Ue per lb.
OraTiaa Nona. "-
IJaini) Arrr.its-8 l-3o per lb.
Halm FcAriiu iju, per m.
Chick aa-8earoM; 6nMd, o.40c each.
Toaaava Scare: niic per lb.
Due- ri7Sa3 60rKt.
Finewaibed, 28iMc; unwaibed, ofl.
ArrLa Naw xt-c pi Tib.
ACU-ltial2c per pound.
vowM-tl w v8c pr lb
Stoat Wae-Io per gallon.
WA,T,f WrMnUSE OK 6 OB 7 HOOMB WITH
... "'r. llml'a. .Mt bare well and eUtera
.11 t M I bll
hUVhrt FiK (hiO fAYINO
butloeai In tba city.
Bowlua Arc da Building.
Long and favorably known a. a
mover and ralaar, dealraa lo notify
b. I. .till prepaiad lo da work la Ui.tllo., Imiiiii
itlfv .ha hnkll. -k..
wiui m aiawo wont, a a.ralUbl tad wart aaa.
Ilka Banner. L.a.llai4Mafr ifMr.J.L
12 But Halo atm,or addraw a aim T'ra
aaaca oa Waal CoUaj avaaaa otlr. '
In the World.
WANTED r'adlp" aDd yUD? M" eltr or
""" ' country, to work lor ui at their
home., rerminent employment; no iottructloni
-,ty,-..Srk nl bJ aM Wlalanea no objection.)
JJO to 1 per week can be made. No canvawlna.
No nUtiip for replr. I'le.u addreu Uouk M.ar'u
Co., Ik ton, Has.. I. o. llut Idle.
W ANTE D An ctl,e MD or Woman in titrr
"" I - county to Mil our good.. Balary
Mia per uiontli and eipenaes, or commlulon.
rinwa In advance, f I outflttree. For full par
tlculari addreu standabu Hilvcu W.aa to .
Moaton, Slaj. '
rtJIt IlENT-HOUBB WITH 7 ROOMS WITH
r In 3 aquarea ol the 1'catotfice. All modern Ira
proTeraenU; city and clatern waUr. Kant low.
Call at Klnnane, Wren A Co.
ROB IIF.NT-BMALI. UOU8E AND BTABI
r on Weat Columbia, Letween Mecbanlo and
lium; ala new bouieon Kaatat. Bent low.
Incjulre of Tboa. Sharp.
FOM KENT-TWO ElOHT BOOM HOUSES
.wlih.ilMe.tOT ,ent " M f "nontb. Noa K
and 87 Weat MulUrry alrwL loqulra of J. E.
To provide for tha appointment of Jamea R.
Aintroie ana Ed waiU li. Jackaon aa Itepaty
Mantiula. " '
Hection 1. lie It ordained by tha City Conn,
ell of the city of Springfield. Ohio, Thaat Jamea
B. Amliioie and Edward O, Jackaon be and
are hen by appointed Deputy Marabala of
aald city, with auch rower, aaa'e conferred
by law on auch officer, for tha period of thir
ty daya. removable for cauae at the pleaanre
Heo y. Hild officer, ahall receive no pay, fee
orcoinpenaatlon for their aervloaa from aald
city, and before entering upon their d title,
aa auch offlcet a ahall eaoh give bond to aald
pity In theptnal aura of Three Hundred Dol
lara, conditioned aco rdlng to law. with two
approved auretle. reHdenU of tbla city, to
theaeceptanceofthe Mayor and Conn-ll.
Hiat 'Thl.ord u rice ahall Uke effect on
and after Ita leyol pnbllcatlon. -
Paued May ID, l&'i.
Altoati J. -. e,.awALTa,;,Ua.rk?"lde,,,
HABITrt OF VOUril, KXCE8SE3 OF MAN
hood and aecret dUrtaeacauMmoreaufferlniT.
aulcldu, servoua debility, Impotence, alarllity
Srtiitt,l.Jl,co'I " proatriu giaoj
bladder, kldneya, bo.it, eatarrafi, eonaumptlon.
dropty. dUbeiea and Urlgbt'aulaeaae. Ihaa avtrr
thing elae, and ca"not T.e cured wtlb atouacb
medrclneaalona.electilclly, crayoaa, twlta, can
UrlaatloD. aounda. catbelan or euttlog Tha
Aaaael Mineral Spring. Water pbalclaa, Ml
Uro.dway, Maw York, will aaad a treatlaa, witk a
woodcuU,for25ceuU,lflngtba reaaedlee wklcb
cure them at borne, without gala, privately.
Lots of goods for a little money, at
NO. 42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK.
HELIOTROPE- WHITE ROSE,
Equal to Atkinson's, at Half the Price.
CHAS. LUDLOW, Druggist.
3XTO-W IS THE TIMES
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
Little's Soluble I'IipiyIo, the best non-polaononB Deodorizer and Dlslnlec
tant known. It lias Just been pronounced to be three times more powerful than
any other disinfectant In the market by the COMMITTEE ON DISINFECTANTS
pf the American Public Health Association recently In session at the John Uop
klns' University, Ilaltlmorc, for testing commercial disinfectants. Sold In 85c,
50c, and f 1 bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. 33 X2aat Main Htroet.
R. P. Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
IBIS WHISKEY SHOULD BE FOUND OK THE 8IDEB0ABD OF EVES7 FAMILY
IT 18 ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
DO NOT BB DECEIVKD.-Many Druggiata and Qrocera who do not have DatTy'a Para
Btalt Wblakey In atock, attempt to palm off oncuatomera, whlakejrof thelrownbottllns, which
beto jr of an Inferior grade and adulterated, para them a larger profit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-0LAS8 DRUGGISTS AND GROOERS.
Price OIISnE nriT.T.A-q Per Bottle.
Bend ua your addrcaa aud we will mall book containing valuable information. Bamplt Quart Bottlt
aent to any addrcaa In the United Slate (East of the Rocky Mountain.), aecurelyiHaefcad in plain
ease, Xxprett ehargem prepaid on receipt of Sl.BO, or Six Bottles aent for Se.OO
DUFFY HALT WHISKEY CO., Baltimore, Md., U. S. A
For tha Improvement of Sidewalk, Curb and
iE80LVED,That It la lioraby declared by
i the City Council of ihe city of Spring
eld, Ohio, that It la necessary to Improve
thealdewalka hereinafter dalgnatcd In the
manner hereinafter aet forth, whore Ihe name
la not already done, viz, : both Hides of Chest
nut avenue batween Murray and ElmatreeU;
b it h aldei of Ll berty atieet from Taylor street,
to Clifton avenue; both aid, of Tuj lor etreet
from Uarrlaon atraet to Clifton street; both
aid, of I-aaonda avenue between Warder
atreetandthel. II A W. railway; both .Idea
ui ivisuu .ireei irom i-agonuaavenue to rar
low etreet; both sides of Iloli r etreet from
11 batata nl t Aut t 'llfior, , ... . i..il a ..
Ken ton Hirtet from Kant Mreet to York Htreet;
uc tuuiM iiuo ui f icMwin, mrc6i irom lAuiQ
tone street to Spring Htreet; both Miies of
I.lrntefltj-itin vllnal fpnin Unnll.i.... ........ a
Patton Htreet; the north Hide of Monroe ntr-t
uuui uHiiHfjuor iiiwi hi npniiK iiraei: noth
Wmof Llnaeione Htreet from riirtoiiHrreet
lf llltfll at,..!! tlta tinvt.m u!j.a ... tlr.l.l. .
atreel from Llmeatone street ti Spring alreet:
both idea of Southern avenue from Center
alreet to Llmeatone atreel; the east aide of
uiiuniui. iwr. irum niauuin avenue to
atr at from 1'leaaant alreet to Clark street:
. . T 17 J "uireeiirom l.lln(lone
street Ut Market street; the eaat aide of lllnm
t Pat) A I. WTt1Y Waah natiiB .u...a . A
it'Siiif "?"J'..M." ..'r?.t. betwean
uvauivivaHOlUU iUfJ J,. JJ, A WarAllrOBU
af!?? Wr'"6.,0' Maln.treettietween
the C.,t,.,C. J. railroad ero'alngarid eaat
w.,.,sr:--",Si",."Jri "'yf oi
i ii Zi .i .,3i:.iw f '".,a "a nrin aireeu.
.... . ,i.i.ii,Ui iu u(j paveii with brick,
and embed and guttered with atone: exiipi
avenue to Karlow atreet, and the aaldTalda-
----. -m;, wwivii vre 10 oe sra ed and
graveled and curbed and iiulUiwlTandatun
15?.iiJ:i,-,.i ' """Md croaalng and the
J"iLMSi,ioiOr"e.n,n0ul,t cemetery, which are
to be filled, graded aud graveled; and that
"eeame.ball be conatructed accSrdlng fo
the .rdlnanoeaor thla city regulating auch
!SelSX"."e"U tathe MceptiniSof thS
-f h?5,ue,! "n.a 'J18 owuera of the prop"
efts. UOUtlllllltf anrl am ilnu..... i..' 1 r
tlonit of -ldjddewalkro JrdcTed to' baft..
PiS.ve.'lf,r,.Jie,'ebJror,1erd to ao conatruct
aid aldewalk. within ality Cayafrotn Tlei-al
tn"iSouiStio,,!em 0,noUc & iSSmWi
tr?,l?S!d fPfrty owner, are beieby fur.
i5rn.olJfl?ll"l Mt "' "Piratlon t aald
period of ality davaaald Council will cauae
aald improveman to be made, or umucn
thereof ...ha not have been already done
by the property owner., and will by ordl.
.Di!,Ji!S.ord" the uaaesanjent ol Ihe ezpenaea
thereof upon ihe property bouudlug arnl
In proportion lo the re.pectlve fett froutaoi
WU P'S! ertl: "! thataald Council wVll by
..... iiuiuHuwi luviuerpruvine tor certliylna
f '!!fi ..nK the P'o ol the work tb
Mii.i.iiVu , nereuy utrecied lo
oertify to tba Mayor a cojiy hereof and alio
raiUM Irar.t nunlln linn .7. i. ....7" i .'.
pageoTthr. revolution. -"-- "
mag or ixiuictl May ID, 1885.
Attaat t J, u. cUiBWALTSB, city Clerk.
rotMvely .Believed and Natur
ou are right, then go ahead, Is an ln
iwrltmt practical adngo which ahould be
remembered In tbe purchase of a medicine
for the blood. Aycr'a Sarsaparllla la
highly concentrated and powerful altera
tle. It la universally acknowledged to be
the best blood purifier. W. F. Nlchola,
aSlWusblnKton St., Boston, Maaa., wrltea:
"After euflerlng for several year, with
Indigestion, I waa advised and Induced
Aycr'a Barsaparllla. I have greatly Im
proved. 3Iy health waa never better than
at present." Annie Zwlnsky, 00 State it.,
Brooklyn, N. Y aaya that sho took Ayer'a
Saraaparilla for a tumor in tlio throat
Oojtre and, after using It for threw
months, the swelling all disappeared. Per
sons troubled with Goitre ahould try thla
medicine. Ell Campbell, Hooker, Pa.,
writes: "By the use of
I was cured of hip Joint disease"
Prepared by Dr. J, V. A ) er & Co., Lowell.
Mass., V. 8. A.
Sold by all Druggists.
Price $1: six bottles for S8.
ESTABUIIUD Df 183.
War. tf. Obuit.
asti M, a
W. 6l!ANT'd SONS,
CORNED IEEF EVERY DAY..
Law. BtMsm auaal Haw.
Thfra wlllbea meeting ot tha ro.mb.rsef the
Farocim i ematary aawclaUoa at tks etUr of taa
!..l,:"u,, " tnrte jaara.aaa auch.
olhrbiulat.s aa m.v coiaa beferatk BeaUag,
By orderef tht Praatiaat. '
May W, 1HB, M, M. Saaraaan, Clack.