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GLOBE REPUBLIC. TUESDAY EVENIHG, MAT 16 188B.
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Howard Douglas, Supreme Vice Chancellor
of the world, Knlghta ol PjtuUs, la In at
tendance nt (he Uracd Lodge, Knight jl
Pythias, fn tlila city
Justus II. Ilathbone, I'aat .Supreme Chan
cellor, founder of the order of Knlghta of
fylhtaa ol the world, will arrlre tn.thta city
at 6:46 p. m. today, an honored gueit of the
Grand Lodge of Ohio, now aaaembled In
Sexton Emerson, ol St. Paul Church, Is
keeping the lawn In capital order.
Ltgglna pleaded gnllty of petit larceny, In
court today, and was sentenced to jail for 30
Miss Mary J. Clokey has gone to Colum
bus to spend a lew weeks with her mother,
at the Shepherd Water Cure.
Sir Knight I. J. 1. T.sjler. of the Sanduf
ky Register, Is among tne delegates In at
tendance at the Orand Lodge K. of I'.
The Grand officers ot the State will be In
attendance tonight at the meeting of Knights
of Honor. Kvery member should be present.
Colonel John 0. Reeves, of Lancaster, who
headed the Republican ticket for Secretary of
State in 1881, is In the city as a representa
tive to the Grand Lodge, K. of P.
There will be a meeting at the office of the
Water Works trustees, Arcade, this evening,
to arrange for reception of the excursion
party to arrive here Thursday from Itloom
ineton, Ills. All Interested are requested to
Mr. C. A. Recser, of the Innisfallen Green
bouses, of this city, has filled a large order
from the State Home for Girls, at Delaware,
Ohio. He has a very fine and extensive con
cern, and sends plants to all portions of the
The ladies of the First English Lutheran
church will hold a strawberry and ice-cream
festival at the church Wednesday evening
May 27. The strawberries have been donated
by a Lutheran lady, Mrs. A. Horine, ot Gads
Harvey Delano, Thomas Murray, Thomas
Walker, Robert Dick and Ralph Kennedy
were arrested for loitering; John Lineman for
drunken and disorderly, and Christ. Bledlcr
lor disorderly behavior; were both lodged in
tl,e station house.
1 he action of the School Hoard last night
in unanimously re-electing Miss Nott to the
position of teacher ol penmanship, at a salary
of $1,000, was a gratifying recognition of the
earnest and successful work of an accom
plished lady and excellent teacher.
AH Sunday school superintendents and
teachers are invited to attend the meeting of
the county society, to be held at the Metho
dist Protes ant Cburch on Pleasant Btreet, at
7:30 tonight. There should be a large attend
ance, as matters of interest and importance
are to be discussed and decided.
Death From Wound!.
Oa the 29th of August last Daniel Van
noy, then bar-keeper at Gilmour's saloon on
Clilton beyond East street, shot a young man
named Edward Quirk, son of Murty Quirk
and living with his father at Pltchin, as the
latter was driving off in a wagon from the
saloon, late at night. Quiik and some com
panions on their way to the country stopped
at the saloon and had something to drink. A
fuss occured between Quirkand Vannoy, who
waited on the party, about payment. Van
noy followed them out and fired several shots,
ooe ot which struck Quirk in the lower part
of the back, making a wound from the effects
of which he died yesterday.
Vannoy escaped and was in hiding in
Southern Ohio lor a long time bnt at last
ventured back here and was captured by the
police. He pleaded guilty to an indictment
found at the October term charging him with
shooting with intent to kill, and was sen
tenced to the penitentiary for eighteen
months, and Is now 'doing his time" at Co
lumbus. Quirk's funeral will take place to
morrow. As Vannoy haa been punished
once for the ofTenae there can be no lurtber
proceedings against him.
Bakxb May 20, 1885, near St. Paris, Oj
Sirah (Hurley) Baker, aged 82 years, 7
months and 27 days.
The subject of this sketch was born In
Montgomery county, Md., September 23,
1802, was married to Enoch Baker Novtmber
17, 1825, moved to Ohio in 1837, thence to
Kansas In 1870. While on a visit back to
Ohio in 1880, Mr. Baker died, alter which
Mrs. Baker spent the rest of her life with her
children in Ohio, making her home princi
pally with her youngest daughter.
Mrs. Baker wasa worthy member of church
over fifty years. First of the M. E. chorch,
then of the Evangelical Lutheran at St. Paris,
She leaves two daughters In Kansas, one In
Indiana, two and a son in Ohio, to mourn her
lose, one son having preceded ber to the spirit
Her death was caused by a fall about six
weeks before ber death.
Funeral services conducted at the houe by
Kev. N. Y. Matthews, after which the re
mains Here interred in the cemetery at Mot
I tie Naiad (jueen The Inaugural Presen
After twj months and a half preparation
thla rare and unequaled entertainment which
has everywhere been received with such un
qualified approval, will be presented at the
Orand Open House tonight f.r the first
The Naiad Qtiteu" was written for the
dtwsion ot the Intellectual and refined, and
will unquestionably prove a power ul magnet
In drawing together here as elsewhere the
best and purest-minded people of this, com.
The operetta in Its entirety Ii a veritable
and wonderful exposition ol fairy land, and
its beautiful scenes are said to be unsurpassed
'In magnificence by anything ever displayed
in this country,
Thie hundred and fifty performers upon
any stag would be a grand tight, and edu
cated In grace of movement, lorce of action,
and vocal and elocutionary expression a
tfeeas handftds of pupils hare been for weeks
patt, the spectacle must prove graud be;oud
stfantw. will ! atwametuf straight Cut Ct-
gIWWliraesiw v eay viuen.
Every shoe in our immense stock was either made to our special order or pur
chased directly from the manufacturers. Therefore we can sell at closer prices,
quality considered, than any compeditor who buys from jobbers.
If we ask $2 or $7 for a shoe, you can rely upon its being worth every cent of
the price. Our figures represent quality in material and workmanship. We have
no fancy prices nor shoddy goods. The wearing qualities of our shoes attest this.
We save you money by fitting you with comfortable shoes that last longer than any
others you can get for the price elsewhere. Therefore the place to buy is at the
DECORATION DAY !
In addition to the very large stock of decorations to be used by us in the
OHIO STATE 003ST7-HS3STTI02 WTOT-A-M,
We lutve n very largo and appropriate slock of new goods and designs for DECORATION DAY, including a Tery nice line of
VASES, FLAGS, STREAMERS, FESTOONING i MOTTOES
We bare also SECRET SOCIETY DECORATIONS, and hare recehed our
ida-st-XjXg-:!'.? actd zstichqt pirbwohks.
CUT FLOWERS and FLORAL DESIGNS at the very EARLIEST MOMENT.
OUR FLOWERS ARE RECEIVED FRESH TWICE EACH DAY.
SPRINGFIELD SEED CO.,
Xo. 35 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET, LaRonda House Block.
Nalaltl yoern Hmliifn Frliln), May20tli,
Instead or Snturdnr, May :it)tli, nn Ai
nonnceil. Spring6eld's liberal and comprehensive
educational board, appreciating the rare of
portunity for ioca! and elocutionaiy culture
which Prof. JfcKnljrht has durine the past
ten weeks afforded hundreds of pupils of the
public echoo's or this city, by a unanimous
rote at their regular meeting last nightpissed
a resolution closing the city schools Friday
alternoou of the present week, to enable
teachers and scholars to attend tho Naiad
Queen matinee, which was necessarily changed
from Saturday to Friday because of Decora
Auditors l'rugh, of Madison county,
Holmes, of Fayette, I.e Fever, of Highland,
Esker, of Ross, Armstrong ol Pike and Evans
of Jackson, met here today with Auditor
Serviss in the chair, and assessed the Ohio
Southern railway for taxation as fellows:
Main line $5,500 per mile; sidings $1,200 per
mile; rolling stock $2,"C0 per mile; building
$10,400; tools and supplies $0,0!I5; in in
crease over last year of about $175,000.
Miss Julia M. Ward entertaiued a select
party of her friends last night at her father's
suburban residence, east of the city, it being
her birthday anniversary.
I. O. O. . Funeral Nolle.
Members of the I. O. O. F. will meet at
their ball on South Maiket street lliii even
ing at 7 o'clock to roak arrangements to at
tend the funeral of our deceased brother,
Fred Bauer, which takes place from his late
residence on Suuth Limestone street. Wednes
day, at 2 p. m. By order of the Relief Com
mittee. A. L. Lei-bnfh, Sec'y.
Patriotic Order Suns of America,
Having accepted the invitation of Mitchell
Post, No. 45, G A. B , to participate in the
parade and memorial cervices on Decoration
Day, Hay 30, 1885, all members ot Camps 41
and 51 are here by notified to assemble at
their hall at 1 p. m., sharp, of that date. By
order of the camps.
Hlit.K A. hATKS,
Secretary Camp 44
Secretary Camp 51,
, The follon-iii tough alligator story
conies from Xowbiirn. -S. U, W hilu
out in a skill thu other ilny jindillin
along the shore Sol Hnrpt' vf caught mi
allig.itor, which nftpr htiuliny vainly
to get free, astoiiulud liltn by Indulg
ing in a loud and piolougeii whistle.
In a few minutes iilligutois to the utiiu
ber"of 101, assembled around lilm from
all directions, and he It ail thu greatest
difficult) in escaping from them.
The traditional trouer ot seamen
have been done away with by bucieta
ry Whitney. The new garment ordered
by the department iIckm not dillor ma
terially Irom thoe worn by civilians.
In the head wear there is also u change.
Instead of the familiar biimlctH cap,
one with a brim Is provided, looking
like a soft bat oiuetimes worn by
1 -, e
Wiudsar Hotel, X. Y, City.
Messrs. Hawk A Wetlierhee, to conform to the
times, bare reduced tlielr rite to 84 and upward?,
per day. The high character and standard will
, I The AfHIrteit.
I was afflicted with Tetter for nine vparj
previous to Februart 8, 1884 and I look treat-
M.1 frrm man., .vnml nl.. I n .....I .
uak. (iwiu ,u.uj nuuu ? on.miia null tufc uu
relief, end f wnttAvan, A II Vo.Mtt nf
Tremont City,-0 February 8, 1884, and Dr.
Nesbltt cored me of that troublesome disease
In.ten weeks; (Signed)
'Mug Fbakcis ApfLK.
St. P.rin, O, April 2, 1885.
J wss afflicted with kidney dhnse iu its
womI form prevlou t July 10.' 1887. aid
took treatment from many go-vl poystriatis
and got no relief, then I b lied cu Dr. A. II.
Kesblti, or Iremnnt Cily, (I, m.d he cured
me by D:. 13, lfi8J ati'l I truly ricontmend
all tucb cases Iu Ur. Netbilt.
y r SiMl'rt, Dihiiit,
"C f ' T"'h H-UTK, ().
Utrtil nrxt'wttk when I lid bummer style will
bojully out and rf tlie.disutuy ttrnt, .IU be
maue moo aouiu umMiote Jireei.
ur ,i, iJVVjB. Hoy w' A: Co,
'Wamifaetljrrfs, Inventors' and others' dslr-
fog Models or Patterps ol any description
made, should call upon W, 'T. i'nrker, 30
West Washington street, where all kinds ol
Pattern Work is promptly and properly done.
llee Line Changr Taking KnTect H unlay,
Going East trains leave Springfield as fol
lows: Night express, 2:15 a. in.; Delaware
accommodation, 7:50 a. m.; New York and
Iloston (limited), 9 50 a. ni.; Cleveland and
Eastern express, 3 35 p. m.-t limited New Yolk
express, 9:40 p. m ; Cincinnati and Spiing
field express arrives at 11:35 a. m.j Spriug
and Cincinnati accommodation arrives at 7:20
p. m. Leave going South and West : Night
i xuress, 2.35 a. m ; special Cincinnati anri St.
Louis express, with through car to St. Loul,
leaves Springfield at 5:10 a. m.; Cincinnati
accommodation, 8 55 a. m ; Cincinnati fast
line, 12.25 p. m.; New York and Cincinnati
express, 3:45 p. m.; Cincinnati an J St. Louis
express, 6.20 p. m.; Dayton accommodation,
7:10 p. m. The New York and Boston (llm
itedj, leaving at 9.50 a. m.t will have through
sleeper to both New York and Boston, with
out change; arriving at New York next day
at 8.35 a. m., and Boston about 2:45 p. m.
The New York (limited), leaving at 9.45
p. m., has through sleeper to New
York as heretofore, but arrives in
New York at 8:35 p. m. The 5:18
a. m. train Is a new tram fr m New York to
Cincinnati and St. Louis, and Kill make the
run Iu same time as the other lines. This
train will have a through car from Spring
field to St. Louis making direct connections
in Union Depot there for all points in Kansas,
Arkansas, Texas, Nebraska and other western
states and with only one change and only
one night out, thus making this the most
dirrct and quickest route for all westtrn
AX APPEAL TO SUFFERES.
A Letter and Testimonial from a Prominent
Citizen of Dayton, Ohio A Member of
the Board of Equalization A Brother to
Dr. Beck, an Eminent Physician.
A Wonderful Cure.
In the winter of IB83 I hid mjr great toe on m v
rijlit foot frozen, and suffered untold sgonv for
some months, and when told ray condition to my
old family phyilci-n.uld 1 could not be cured, as
gangrene had already set In at the same time.
Hunerlng from dropsy of Ihe llinhsand feet. The
following certificate speaks lor Itself i
r. n ,-', OHIO, May 30. IsM.
Da. Oeorok: My Dear rrlend-I would be a
traitor to ray own feelings If I failed to elve yon
some i testimony of my gratitude to you. for what
you bare done forme. When you woie called In
to attend to urease, I was In a very critical and
dangerous condition. Indeed, It was the opinion
of every one who called lo see me that I could not
recover. ow I fully believe that your skill as a
Physician, and the close attentioi and good rare
which your kind hurt tare me, alone averted the
fatal termination of my case. My foot is and h.
iieen entliely healed for three weeks tuut; and la
altogether free from pain. Buch la the hannr re
sult of your Intelligent tn atraeot ol joy caii.
Your Esteemed Friend,
fl.lia u. br. k.
Dr. Oeorge Is permanently located at
Springfield. Parlor and Laboratory, No. Ill
South Center street. Tnenty.four Jests' ei
peiience In the trratment ol Diseases, with
Herb Medicines exclusively, enables us to
guarantee a cure in most all curable cases.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and 7 to 8
p. m.; Sundays, 8 to 9 a. m.
Cases treated by contract and tures guar
anteed. Consultation Iree. '
rPUJt!.WII'LBE MKETINOOFTIIB I EHN.
1 cllfl Cemetery Assoclalioo at the oBlce of the
Clerk, over Ne. loumilh Limestone street, on Mon
day, at S30 o'clojk p. m.,Jun ll, lh3, for the
e erUoii of thre- Trusties lo serve three years, and
such oilier business as rosy come before (he meet.
In jr. Hy order of the Board of Trustees.
May rt. law. II. M. r-HKpiiatu.
I (KI-BErWKKN Mlt. I'EAUKIN's, n.N KAH."
Li llllt'i anil Market str'et, a ase of surgl m lq
siruruenls. Ffnder plesae return to Dr. Charles
wortb and receive reward
WANTED- IfUATIII.N BV A till ll, KH.I
aM i Irl In iinu'l family. Am ly It2 lUr.
Ill IMKU-KI IttNT iiNh OK IWli UIMIHH
M for Klndergarte Dwrlll'irh u preferred.
Addp-sa Klndergartner, 1018 ulli Muhaule st.
IANTUU-A IIUYKll F'llt OO I'A H (l
II bulimia Iu tb rlty. Call at oure. Uto. C
Howlus Arc de riullllrg.
g mm mm mmm i i
nilll KKNT-A 7 Mi M llOUSt IV 1 1 If OAlt
f den and slat.le room, n i Itflou oike, I miles
fro.i '.(.,otilh. H. 8. Miller
rum ltK1-TWO fclOIIT KIMJI 1IOU-G8
T with tal.le for rent at l.u per month, t-ot
aod n Weit Mulberry street, luqulre of J, E.
rOKUrHT-A HTUI.E OT vl.N.M r'..OM
r to 10 stalls, with plenty of wson room. Ad.
ply lo V0 etputn Msrkst st. We, flmlott. r
Ku nr.ni-uuuotJ-1 nUUSS. N CM IMC
St., S7.K); 1 tiwrn. Cedar sU, Ml &roem. Main
st, 110. DUhlAIo;;...7itotaUln,.r
26 S. MARKET ST.
Wmlneedav, Thnredaw and Friday, May
27, "8 and 21), next week, when summer styles
are fully out, there will be the grandest display of
millinery ever seen in Springfield and gl eater
bargains offered at
J. V. B. H0Y1E & CO.,
56 SOUTH LIMESTONE ST.
We have a party In New York buying up the
latest and choicest novelties as fast as they come
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
Boom n. Aroado Jluliaing.
LAW30N, DOUGLAS Iu CO.,
IIANKKIt AMU BBOKERr),
40 Kxohmnge Place, Now York t
14 Kxcbange f lace, Boaton.
Members New York and Boaton atock Exchanges.
Private wires to Boston, Philadelphia and Chi
cago Blocks, bonds, grain and miscellaneous se
curities bought or sold on commission for cash or
upon margin. Special atteotlon given to invest
ment securities. Correspondence solicited.
All Sorts of
hurts and many sorts of ails of
man and beast need a cooling
lotion. Mustang Liniment
HPUUOFIEU UETAlX MABKKTO
CoaaxcTSD nr Csua. W. Fatktu - Co.,
l and W West Main Street.
Dally Keport Thursday, May 21, 1885.
BuTTaa Full supply, choice SOaSS.
fcoos Full supply at l)o per dot.
.,'ou.L?'"r (iooi oaan chickens, yeung, Ma
t0c; old, 2fiaS6e each.
ArPLEa-l OOal SO per bush.
Potatoes 88e per bush.
HWXKT POTATOBS None.
ClBBioa Mew lOalse bead,
(laioira BermndaatSe peck.
Halt Mnow-riake brand, 11.26 per bbl.
HCOA-l.uaD MiATS-Sldat, ine ( abouldsra, M
Hugars A large derasnd and prieea low: gnra-
C light, 6&c per lb; yellow C.6H0 par lb; C,oe
CorraaMarke lowert Java, 2oa30o par lb;
Bio, golden, 18. Jl per lb; RU, prime green, 3ta
ISo per lb; bio,x omon, 10c per lb.
riraura 40aSOa70c per gal.
MoLAsass-Ne Orleans, MaSOo per gaJj sorgWaa
0o per gal. '
Kick Best Carolina, Ko per lb.
Daixn ArrLta I l-Se per lb.
Daixn PaAcaita I2!4c per lb.
riiicxaxa-Bcarose; Drsesed.SOatOe each.
TuaxaiTs-aearoat 13Ho per lb.
Dvcsa S2 7Bai 60 pes in.
Fine washed, WaiOsj unwashed, J ol.
Bitsms-New lual2)o per lb,
CuaaANTs New TS Pi lb.
Fru s New sue pe' re,
?aACHva IderAZe per pouaa. ,
r-kuxae-N r 7Wop.r li,
OTOsiK vyAaxso per gallon.
X Kbl-Derlon H. if., ;sc.
WAITED L,alM "" yunsrM.a, laeltvor
iV. p wunur.u work lor us at the r
?l.?l uf"m",;Dt employmer.t; no lastruetloos
u".,r-r' ul b malltdlsunea neobjeellon.)
U to SIM per week cau b. sands. N canratslnf.
No ,uuin for ret , pe.se ad dress Uohk MAttr1.
Ui., Hofon, Mass V, O. Box. ills.
WAtTfflAt"c"ru"rWonsn In every
stir; . "'J'JBIytoasjII our goods. Baiary
tlH.1 '"' ,"" sn.l. xpenaes, or commission.
r.pnreslMtdvan(a. Iloutailree. For full par
ilinlimaddres ?Tiru..iiu Hjlvb Wa .Co.,
t osu.o, Ma... ' '
vou are right, then go ahend, Ii an Im
portant practical adago nlilch should be
remembered In tho purchasoof a medicine
for tho blood. Ajer's Sarsaparilla Is s
highly concentrated and powerful altera
the. It Is universally acknowledged tobe
the best blood purifier. W. F. Nichols,
424 Washington Bt, Boston, Muss., writes:
"After suffering for aevcral jcars, with
Indigestion, I was adt Iscd and Induced
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. I hate greatly Im
proved. My health was never better than
at present." Annlo Zwlnsky, GO Stalest,,
Brooklyn, N. Y., says that she took Aycr's
Sarsaparilla for a tumor In the throat
Goitre and, after using It for three
months, tho swelling all disappeared. Per
sons troubled with Goitre should try this
medicine. Eli Campbell, Hooker, Pa.,
writes: "By the use of
I was cured of hip joint disease."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell,
Mass., U. H. A.
Sold by all Druggists.
Price $1; six bottle for tXS.
For the Improvement of Sidewalk, Curb and
RESOLVED, That It Is bertby declared br
the Cltr Council of the city of Spring
field, Ohio, that it la necessary to Improve
the aldewalka hereinafter designated In the
manner lieralnaf ter set forth, where the same
Is not already done, vis.: Both aldea of Cheat
not avenue between Hurray and Elm traeti;
buth aides of Liberty ataeet from Taylor street
to Clifton avenue; both sides of Taylor street
from Hairison street, to Clirton street: both
aldea of Lasonda avenue between warder
etrest and the 1. B. A W. railway; both sides
of Nelson street from Lagondaavenne to Par
low street: both aldea of Boler aireet from
Pletaant street to Clifton street; both aides of
Kenton street from Eaat atreet to York street:
the south aide of Pleasant atreet from Lime
stone street to Bprina street: both sides of
Limestone street from Houtnera avenue to
Patton street; the north aid of If onroa atreet
from Gallagher atreet to Spring atreet; both
aldea of Limestone atreet from Ollf ton afreet
to Btgb street; the nortti aide of Waablnsiton
street from Limestone atreet to Spring atreet;
both sides of Southern avenue from Center
street to Limestone atreet; the eaat aide of
Limestone street from Stanton avenue to
Chestnut avenue; the west side of Miami
strict from Pleasant street to Clark street;
both sides of Ward street from Limestone
street to Market street: tbe east aide of Blum
street from Washington atreet to Jefferaon
atreet; both aides of Main street between
Syeamore street and the l.,B. ,W. railroad
crossing; both sides of Main street between
tbe C.,C'.,C. A I. railroad orosslngand eaat
line of Qreenmonnt cemetery: bHbsldesior
Water atreet between Main and North streets.
All of sa rt sidewalks to be paved with brick,
and curbed and guttered with stone: except
said sidewalks on Nelson street from Laaonda
aveune to Karlow street, and the aa a alde
walka un Ward atreet from Limestone street
to Maraet street, which are to be gra ied and
graveled and curbed and guttered, and also
ezoept the aldewalka on Main aireet between
tbe V , C, C. A 1. railroad crossing and tbe
eaat line of Ureenmount cemetery, which are
to be filled, graded and graveled; and that
the same snail be oonatrueted aoeordlogto
tbe rdlnanoes of thla city regulating anah
Improvements and to tbe acceptance of the
City Engineer; and the owners of tbe prop
erty, bounding and. abutting upon said por
tions ot said sidewalks so ordered to be Im
proved, are hereby ordered to so construct
said sidewalks within sixty stays from legal
service upon tbem of noUoe of the passage of
That said property owners are beieby far
ther notified that at the expiration of said
period of sixty dajsaaid Council will cause
aald Improvements to be made, or so much
thereof aa shall not have been already dona
by the property owners, and will by ordi
nance order the assessment of tho expense
thereof upon Ihe property bounding and
abutting upon aald aldewalka to be Improved,
lu proportion lo the respective fast fronts of
salit properties; and tbataald Couuell will by
said ordinance further provide for certifying
said aaaesmenla to tbe contractor doluatiie
same for said city Inpayment therefor ac
cording to the laws and ordinances of thu
city; and that tbe Clly Engine, r u hereby
directed, upon the completion ot the work to
forthwith prepare and report to Council a
slatementof ilieeoatof sold 'improvement.
and thai i he Ci tv (. lerk la hereby direct d to
certify to the Major a copy hereof and also
cjsum irsrai pu'mo lion
pontage ( f thla le olutlou
lion to be made of the
Paaud by Ou'.cll Mat 19. DBS
H P. Maht, President o'Conuoll.
Attest! J. H. HiiaWAl.TIK, City Clerk,
HABITO nv YOUTH, KXCKBSKi UK MAN
huud anil serel UUeasescau mores ftrlB(,
suleUes, nervous Usblilly, Impotence, slerlnir,
strictures, vsnewele, disused pro-tnls sl.n.l,
bladder, si Iners, heait, oitsrr.h, rorsuranl oil,
d.ronsr dlsUesaud Drljbl'snl rase, thsntverr
tklngelse, and ra not is cured lth stomsih
saediclnMsliie sleet leily, crayons, bells, rsu
tsrlsalloa. sounds, calbtlars tr culling Tbe
Asahsl illnsr.l Hprlngi Water pbrslclan. oi
llroadway, Nsw York, will send a tr sitae, with 41
wood eats, for 29 ceals, riving lbs remedies whl. k
euro then at borne, without pain, prfyslslr,
DO! SA1.K-AT CBOA K LA WM PAHM,' THKRB
Drbaa'a lie " ' f to" U w"a "
ANDREWS. WISE & PUTNAM
I!.?cn"i?ikofAthe t!me8' and w,n 8el1 everything for the HOUSEKEEP
ER s USE at A nrlr.a navar hofnra haarrl "rilDallTIIDtf .11 LI..!.
CARPETS, all Grades and styles. QUEENSWARE, very tine. STOVES,
to cook er heat. And have net forgotten the Babies and Mothers in
TORS P Preity CABR,A8E' The be8t REFRIGERA-
Studebaker Farm Wagons at Cost.
Lots of goods for a little money, at
NO. 42 AND 44 MITCHELL'S BLOCK.
HVO'W IS THE TIIVEE.
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
Little's Soluble PIipi yle, tho beat non-poisonous Deodorizer and Disinfec
tant known. It hag Just been pronounced to bo three times mure powerful than
any other disinfectant In the market by the COMMITTEE ON DISINFECTANTS
or the American Public Health Association recently In session at tho John Hop
king' University, Ilaltlmorc, Tor testing commercial disinfectants. Sold In 25c,
50c, and $1 bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
Mo. !ta IHast
R. P. Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
OUR OFFERING !
We want to show our gratitude for the very large bus.
ness we have done since we opened here, and think a
FINE COLD 'WATCH
An appropriate'article. The
tains an Elgin movement. Watch and movement is valued
at $100 (one hundred dollars). The watch will be givan
away without extra charge to customers, in this way :
We will put two letters and figures representing a certain
number. A person who buys any article or shoe at any
price. is entitled to one guess for each article purchased,
no matter what the price is. The person guessing the
exact letters and numbers will get the watch, or, if the
exact letters and numbers is not guessed, the one coming
nearest to it will get the watch.
The guessing will end July 15, 1885, ard the watch
given to the person entitled to it. which will be decided bv
two prominent, honorable and well known citizens whose
names will be published later.
To give the referees time to make up their awaid the
water, win not ne given away
JULY 16, 1885, AT
Now for tne shoe business. We will continue to save
you 25 to 75 cents on medium grades of
On finer ones, we save you at least $1 to $1.50. Our goods
are marked in plain figures, and are without question
lewer on the same qnality than it is possible to get else
where. We are to sure our prices are far below all oth
ers, that we will take back any shoes you buy from us
and refund your money if any one will sellyou as low as
we, providing vou do not soil the goods by actual wear.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
If in the past, or in the future, any shoes sold by us have not,
or do not, render perfect satisfaction, we ask you to come to us
and we will do all that any honorable person will ask. Now all
we have written is an advertisement, but earnestly ask any one
who reads our advertisements to put us to the test and see that
we do as we advertise. The only successful way to do business
in times like these is to say what you mean and mean what you
ay. Shoe dealers will please continue to cry us down and keep
on saying mean little things about us ; also imitate us as near as
they dare or can. Customers will do us a favor by reporting any
inattention or uncivility from our salespeople.
Tho Live Squarp Dealing Bargain Shoo Man, One
Price, Cheapest in the World.
NO. 31 WEST H-EA.TN ST.
If n 1 0 L C T i nr
THIS WHI8SZY SHOULD BE rOTOS OK THE 8IDEB0ASD 07 SV2B7 rAXXLY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE PROM FUSIL OIL.
BO NOT BE BBOBIVBD.-Maoy QniKg-lsta and drown who do not hare BnOy'a Pur
Btolt Whlekev 1st atock, attempt to palm off on customers, whiskey of thelrown bottling, which
being of an Inferior grade and adulterated, pays tlu-ni a larger profit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD Y ALL FIRST-CLASS ORUOOISTS AND OROOERS.
rriOO OBTX XOXXJuSaJEl. POP SottlO.
end w yrjur address and we will mail book ooutalnlug valuable Information, atoms;! Ossstrl BtttU
sent to any address la the United Slates (East of the ltocky Mountains), securely ?aeM in plain
y 9M tkurt prtymid on receipt of sBX.atl, or Six Bottles sent for attS.OO
DUFFY .VatLT WHISHT CO., IHtim, Ml, U, S. A
watch is solid aofd and con
10 A. M.
J'osfifvefy .Believed omf Xatur
ssisfeclsn rftoring Vital pmctn
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