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Al, I.euy on run in by Offlrer Mast this
morning lor disorderly behavior.
It la iflll the probability ol passage by
Council ol the eleven o'clock ordinance, now
lying on the table la quite imall.
Mm. Mary Houghton, assistant editor ol
the Wellington Enterprise, la In the city, the
guest of Mr. and Mm. F. S. IVnficld.
A telegram to Manager Waldman an
Bounces that Rev. Dr. II en, who was to lee
lure at Black's tonight, la Indlapoaed and un
able to be here. Therefore the lecture la "off."
Her. 0. II. Payn-, D. 0.. LU D , President
of the Ohio Wcslejnn University, will de
ll vtr the fourth lecture of the course at St.
Paul M. E. Church, thla evening. His sub
ject la "Shams." Admission, IS cents.
Reuben la ffel was arrested by Mast jester
day ntternoon lor stealing a hammock. He
was taken in the patrol wagon to the mayor's
office, and, within a halt hour alter his arreat,
waa working out his fine on the (tone pile.
Colouel White would like to meet the
Committee on Flowera at the G. A. R. h.ll
tonight at 7:30 sharp. All are asked to tend
their contribution of thwers to room 12,
Klog's block, High street, not Uter than 8:30
a. in., Saturday, May 30.
The following additional asseaors' returns
were received by the county auditor tod'y:
Second Ward, total rcrsonally $255,218, a
falling off ol $J2,228. Seventh Ward, $215,.
052, an Increase over last year of $48,914.
Madison township, $498,340, a decrease ol
The Conenlion Committee on places for
District caucuse, met lat night and made
final assignments. Sixteen of the districts
will be accommodated in the Court-house, the
remainder in General Keiler's, J. Q. White's,
Martin k Weaver's, and other offices, and tho
Caledonian club rooms.
There will be given, tonight, In the Sec
ond Baptist church, a children's musical and
literary concert under the direction of Miss
Eva Lewis. Admission 10 cents. It is hoped
that the children wilt be greeted by a full
house, aa much time and labor have been ex
pended to make the concert a auccess. Pro
ceed) for the church.
The press of the clly is under many obli
gations to Dr. S. O. Chorlton, editor of "The
Knight," Columbus, and other secret society
journals, for professional courteslea during
the sessions of the Grand Lodge, Knights of
Pythias. The doctor fa one of the beat posted
association men In the country and, withal,
one of tie best fellows.
Mr. Lou Shaw and wife are in the city
pre pnringfor their exhibition of billiard playing
at the gympasium tomorrow night. The in
terest which our citizens take in the gymna
sium, together nlihthe fame of the players,
should loBurt a good attendance. Lidies
who way wish to attend may do so ith the
(.rtalnty of being treated with all courtesy.
- County auditor! Ctrua Mlnnlck, of Darke
county, Horatio Pearson, oi Miami and O. F
Serviss, of Clark, met here today and as
sessed the I. IS. k W., Middle Division, in ().,
at loilowing rates: Mam line 8,500 per
mile, sidings $2,000, supplies $40 per mile.
Iiuildiugs in Ohio $5,C00. Mr. Jneoby, ol
the f. II. k W. Solicitor's office, Indianapolis,
represented the company at the meeting.
In Common Pleas Court today John Kiog,
indicted for stealing a lot of tools belonging
to Louis Hnffman, pleaded guilty to petit lar
ceny and was sentenced to thirty days in the
Dayton workhouse. The jury In the grard
larceny case against the Myers kid retired
early this morning, and at noon bad not re
turned a verdict. Cooper, indicted as one ot
the Wallingslord grocery tbievea, la on trial
At a meeting of the Executive Committee
last night Mr. Serviss made a report from the
Committee on Rooms and Halls. The per
manent committees of the convention will
be located in the Arcade. Each district has
been assigned a committee room some place
on Limestone street. Sixteen of these rocm
are In the county buildings and the others
are the Mayor's court room, Rightmyer's,
Keifer k White's, J. G. White's, and Martin
k Weaver's offices, and the Caledonian Hall.
The manner iu which the tickets ot admis
sion will be distributed cannot be given, as
the State Central Committee will control
this. Besides the report of the Ccmmittee
on Rooms and Halls, nothing ot any In.port-
anie waa done hut night. But little busi
ness could be transacted, because of the ab
sence of many of the members.
A colored base ball club from Richmond,
Ind., is playing nt the West End park Ibis
afternoon a nine of Springfield colored ball
The fraternity should bear In mind the
championship games Saturday forenoon and
afternoon with the Fiankforta and Lexing
tons on the home grounds. Give the borne
team a warm welcome on their return. They
deserve it tor the Youngatown games, it
The word telegraphed here from Erie but
evening of the result of the Springfield-Erie
game yesUrday, 11 to 4 in lavor of Erie, was
no great surprise, showing that the threats
made by the Erie's here alter Iheir shut-out
had simply been made good. The telegram
explained the whole thing by saying that the
umpiring was dead against (he visiters all
through, as is evident. Kelly pitched yester
day, but bis record for tbe a me is not known
here yet. The boys will be at borne tomor
row, and then we shall know all about it.
Ilia jTalr Opera.
The "Naiad Queen" was greeted by a fnll
bouse at the Grand last night, many repre
sentatives to the Grand Lodge Knight ot
i'ytfeUs being among the number present
Thire was more smoothness In the perform
ance than on the opening night, and tne child
ren seemed to nave greater confidence and
let stage concloutntsi. The surpassing
beauty ot the costumes, the gorgeous scenery,
ioe brilliancy of the scenic effects and the
magnificence of the entertainment as an tn
Uely are beyond description. A!mt every
sat l reserved for tonight The prices at
be matinee tomorrow will be 60 cent fr
dalw , 25 esstt tor cblldf en to en part of the
bMM gallery IS oeats.
V fe eater
altirette satakla. itr the BlaW.
ii ha up Aitur it.tr.
freparlag for the Heinl-Aiiminl linramp.
mint ii f Ohio Kn.SulitlfT Meeting ol
the Kxerullve Committee.
As comparatively few ol our cllliens have
ever attended any ol tho summer encamp
ments of the (I, A. R Dtpartment ol Ohio,
nut many among us have a just conception ol
the magnitude of that great re-union of vet
erans of the War of the Rebellion which l
to occur here August 0 and 7. As a matter
ol fact, In attendance and uniform interest
lor all classes, it will far excel the political
gatherings of June and July and n 111 bo more
of a test of the resource", hospitality- and
patriotism of the people here. Realizing the
responsibility resting upon tbem the Execu
tive Committee of Mitchell Post, O. A. R.,
has started out early with the .vork of mak
ing preparations and held a large and butl-nesa-Uke
meeting at their hall Inst evening,
Commander Penficld In the chair, A. O.
Huffman waa elected permanent secretary.
The chairman presented a letter from General
Hurst, ot the 0. of A. committee locating the
encampment here, suggesting that all Ohio
soldiers who (ought at Gettysburg be invited
to meet here August 0, which will lie done.
The following assignments to chairman
ships of committees for the reunion weremnd:
Finance D, W. Stroud. Camp, Camp Equip
age, tenia and straw, Colouel R. L. Ktlpatrlck.
Hotels, halls and headquarters, J, W. R.
Cllne. Reception ol distinguished guests:
dipt. A. S. Bushuell. Reception ot G. A. R.
Posts, W. H. Grant. Music and printing, A.
0. Huffman. Railroad', Col. J. K. Stewart.
Regimental reunions, Col. D. King. Decora
tions, Capt. Am. Wiuger. Fireworks, 0. N.
Bartholomew. Military organizations, Col.
W. J. White. Grounds and privileges, Ira
W. Wallace. Horses, T. E. Lott. Camp fire,
R. F. Delo.
It was decided, on motion, to extend invi
tations to be present to the fullowirg named
distinguished soldier : Gen. Juhn A. Logan,
Gen. W. S. Hancock, Geo. R. II. Hayes, Gin.
Durbin Ward, Gen. W. T. Sherman, Lieut.
Gen. Phil Sheridan, Gen. Wm. II. Gibson,
Gen J. D. Cox, Gen, Geo. Crook, Gen. E. F.
Noyes, Gen. M. D. Leggeti, Gen. R. P. Ken
nedy, Dr. A. 0. Kemper, Hon. Wm. McKin
ley, Oen. M. F. Force, Gen. John Realty, Col.
W. C. Cooper, Gen. 0. II. Grosveuor, Gen.
John C. Lee, Chaplain C. C. McCabe, Chap.
Uin A. G. Brers.
Some other matters connected with the
businesa in band were talked over without
formal action being taken and the committee
adjourned to meet again at call of the chair
man. The sub-committees, as above desig
nated will be made up in the meantime and
work begin at once. Following Is the Gen
eral Order for Grand Army Day issued by
Dept. Commander R. II. Brown, of Zioes
villle: Hkaikjuahtkiis Dki'ARTment ok Ohio, i
Guano Aiiuv of tiik lUrimuo, J.
Za.mmwm.ie, O., May 23, 1885 J
General Orders So. 7.
I. The Comrades of Ohio are to be con
gratulated, heartily, upon the vigorous condi
tion of the Order, as disclosed tiy the first
Quarterly Report of 1885. The unusual se
verity of the winter, widespread depnssion
in commercial and manufacturing circles, the
consequent scarcity of employment, and in
many sections of our State almost universal
destitution and suffering, suggested larjte
losses In membership, but under these extra
ordinary circumstances, the Buckeye Depart
ment hat still increased in every element ot
strength. The Grand Army, true to its
sacred obligations, has dispensed charity with
a geneiotlty unexampled In our history, and
alresu demonstratel its claims upon the
people as an active, benevolent
factor, in caring for the tick
ind distressed, ihe widow and the
orphan. Tlie Dei.arlment Commauder, un
speakably gralelul for the lojal devotion of
otfieers and comradis to tho duties enjoined
upon ua all, earnestly appeals 'o (acL mim'jer
to keep the line moving steadily to the iront.
Many thousands ot the defenders of Ibe Na
tional Government, our neighbors aud old
companions in arras, are not eniojing the
blessings of that comrade.hip only found
within our rank, aud thus deny themselves
the pleasures which come of our association
together. Let importunate inviU'ioos be ex
tended to them to take positions on the front
line, where all true soldiers were found iu the
hour of our country's peril. Recruiting
should not cease with the ceremonies ot Me
morial Day. Let the lolly letsons ol that
day of days be our incentive to renewed
II. It is desired that the numerical Sirengtb
of the Department may be ascertained on the
10th of June, for a supplemental report to the
National Encampment, to coLvene Portland,
Maine, June 23d, 1885. Post Commanders
will fill up the blanks on the postal card ac
companying these General Orders, and mall
promptly to thtse headquarte'S.
III. By a resolution ot the Akron Encamp
ment, a semi-annual encampment of this De
partment, to be known as "Grand Army
Day," wrs authorized, and the purpose defined
to be the cultivation of the spirit of fraterni
ty. In accordance with that action, a com
mittee of the Council ot Administration'bas
fixed upon the city ol Springfield as the place
and 'he Department Commander has desig
nated Thursday and Friday, August C and 7,
1885, as the time. The comrades of Mitchell
Post, No. 45, and the patriotic people of the
' Champion City" exteud a fraternal and cor
dial InviUllou tj each Pust to attend in a
body, Thursday will bedeiotid to a General
Reunion, and a Gland Army Parade will take
place on Friday. The details will be an
nounced later ii General Oiders. Each Post
will, at aa tarly a day bs practicable, aproint
a committee to arraiga lor as Ijrge a npre
sentalion as possible. Let us make thla first
Grand Army Day, the distinguished success
which always characterizes any social venture
challenging the btst energies ol Ohio Solditrs
and Sailors. A fraternal invlution is ex
tended to Mrs. Lottie L. Myers, President ol
Ihe Department ol Ohio, W, R. 0, and
through her to the ladies of the Department
and each Cor,,8, to pirticipate in all the exer
cises Incident to Graud Army Day. By com
H. A. Axlinc, A. A. O.
General Robinson and otbera are moving
for a distinct organization ot Ohio soldiers
who fought in the great aud decisive battle of
Gettysburg. No time has been difbltcly
fixed, and it fa to brit t about such action
that the Invitation above allude 1 to Is given.
It accepted, it will add largely to the interest
of the occasion.
Department Commander Br iwn has already
signified his willingness to come here for
conference wilb its G. A. R. as to arrange
ments for the coming encampment. Captain
D. C. Putnam baa wiilltn him with a n quest
to fix a time convenient and agrccab e to
himself, and the Encutlre Committee )
be summoned to meet Commander Brown at
future fternr J-tea,
The depleted form aud furrowed rimti.nirin.
coutntablr ludUate foarfuD; der'ajed plirilol
conditions, WgatUo of mental air p, mat will
urely shatter the nrrres and wreck the Ufa of
tbelr pouKuor unliss prompt v attended to. nn.
eulaaola era futile. Nature lauavt be sutcew.
fullrd celred. Kurnlin the waited Hmm ...
iUaojUI neiTM with tint uourUhlna 1J ol
uurrr's ruaa mait Wiiisaer at' the critical
tlina wbaa tiiar nead a icaoLia Ijam ain.iM .., ,
crapple ihe nallnaoi forces arrayed aralait
". iuv iwivui win rai'iuir recover. Jlun
dredahave been saved from almoat certain destruc
tion by such acourae, and all Iht teat doctors
Row hlablr recomiaead the treatment. All re.
.ble dniff lata and grocers will supply It for tl
per beule. ' '
QLOBB XBFUBLIO, THU1WDAY EViacnffQ, MA 28 MM.
Mat of Thoae Who Compose It Olijeet of
the Kicuralon, to Obtain aa Hotter Idea of
tlur Manufaeturea nnil Mrthocla Itecep
Hon tiy Mayor Oootlwln and Otlieta A
Trip to Moat of Our Bhopa.
The excursionists from Bloomlngton ar
rived in Springfield about 10 o'clock this
morning. The party numbers about sixty
persons, and Includes E. Ilorr, president of
Third National Bank; J, A. Braley, clly edi
tor Dally Leader; W. O. Davis, proprietor
Daily Panlagraph; 0. Rayburn, attorney;
A. M. Richards, division superintendent C. k
A. railroad; George Gregg, foreman machin
ery department 0, k A, railroad; J. M,
Sbacklord, master car builder C. k A,
railroad; C. L. Webb, agent I, B. k W.
railroad, who Is In charge of the party;
Rev. Dr. Adams, president Wesleyan uni
versity; M. T. Scott, president McLean county
Coal Company; Peter Whltmer, presi
dent People's bank, interested in the chair
lactory, Walton's plow fictory, etc.; Leo
Dillon, importer of French draft horses;
Horaces. McCurdy, dealer In fami machinery;
J. A. Ewins, same; Julius Clark and Fred
Churchill, same; Hen. J. N. Collier, same,
Gibson City ; Robt. Loudon, machinist and
Iron-worker; George A. Tryncr, manu
facturer DeMolay cigars and pork
packer; William VanScholck, president
Itloomlngton stove foundry and pork packer;
rx-Mayor John W. Trotter; ex-Alderman
John W. Evans, manufacturer, and years ago
a workman In one ol the Springfield, Ohio,
factories; W. P. Brophy, director in and su
perintendent of the Bloomlngton stove foun
dry; Theodore Steele, a young farmer; Mon
roe Barnes, inventor and patentee of Barnes'
check-rower; M. W. Johtaon, of tbls city,
general agent ol the Champloa works in
Central Illinois; F. Y. Ham'lton, the attor
ney; George L. Hutchln, ot the Sunday Ee;
Wm. McCambridge, of the Pantagrapb;
Mayor B. F. Funk; City Marshal Stone; J.
N. Ward, furniture dealer, who sold Cham
pion machines In this city before the war,
and who says he taught the boy Amos
Wbiteley, now President of the Champion
Reaper works, how to sell reapers; Mr. W,
J. Downs, who knows "Bill" Whltely and all
the rest of tbe Springfield boys; Mr. L. II.
Weldon, tho lawyer; Mr. T. Walton, inven
tor of the Walton plow and superintendent of
tbe Walton plow factory; Mr. J. R. White,
contractor and builder.
These gentlemen were met at the train by
Mayor Good vi in and a number of our leading
citizens who, alter a short time allowed lor in
troductions, conducte l tbem to the north en
trance of the Arcade where carriages were
waiting to take the party on a tour of the city.
Tue order in which the various ahops and fac
tories will be visited waa published yester
day. The excursion is due in a great measure to
the ellbrts of several gentlemen connected
with the Bloomington Pantagraph, and also
to Mr. Webb, of the 1., B. k W. The object
ol it it to obtain a better knoweldge of our
methods ot raanula-tariog, with the idea that
perhais Some bints may be picked up which
can be used with advantage by their home
manufacturers. In the case ot tbe railroad
magnates who accompany the party, some
hopes are alao indulged In with regard to In
creased shipments of freight. Tbe day will
tie spent in visits to our varioua abopa, and,
at night, the excursionists will attend. In a
body, the opera ol the Naiad Queen, return
ing home on the mid-night train.
VA TA I.I.T CHVSIIBO.
Chan. I. Ilrowulleld, of Thla Clly, Killed
hy Cure at Danville, Ilia., Yeetartlajr
liody Bent Here.
A telegram received here this morning by
tbe Funk brothers gave the startling news ot
ihe killing of their nephew, Chas. P. Brown
field, who was rnn over by cars list evening,
at Danvl'Ie, III'., which is at Ihe junclhn of
the I. B. k W. with the C. k E. I. and other
railroads. The remains will arrive here this
evening for intrimeut. The particulars ol
the sad and fatal accident have not been rt
ceived at this writing, bnt it is known yonng
Brownfield's legs were both cut off and that
he only lived a abort time. He was about
eightten years of age and the son of tbe late
Dr. Brownfield, bis widowed mother, living
on Shaffer street, thla city, being a daughter of
John Funk, senior. He left home brre a
week or ten days ago acd started
West to travel and perhaps locate. He was
well-known bere, having many companions
of his own age. Further announcemect
will be made as to time for holding funeral
Funeral services over Ihe remains ol Chas.
P. Brownfield will take place Friday at 2
o'clock p. m from the residence on Shaffer
street, between Main and Columbia. Friends
are invited to attend.
Death of a Blooded Steed,
Ex-Coancilman W. L. O'Brien la In hard
luck at present. It Isn't many weeks since
he suffered the loss of one of bis best horses,
and this week his fine brood, trotting mare,
"Melrose," died at Sandusky, where she has
been for some time. Melrose was worth
$2,000, it is said, and was not insurel. She
was with foal, also, which would have been
worth $300 or $400 almost as soon aa born.
The cause of death Is not definitely known,
aa Mr. O'Brien la now in .Sandusky. There
have been quite a number of audden deaths
among fine horses bere. Dr. Miller is re
ported a loser, yesterday, of a valuable mare
In that manner.
Card of Tlianka.
We, Ihe pastor and .members of Wiley
Ctapel, desire through your excellent paper
to return our tbauks to all tbe Irieo Is that so
generously loaned articles for our Loan Art
Exhibition, May 15-25, Inclusive.
If there was any 'haura laal ni.hi ...
Judge Llttler's condition, it waa lor lb- bet.
ter. Although not out of dangc. entirely,
hit death is not regarded aa imminent. whi.
be may never entirely recover. .
Mary Magee and David Comptoo were ar
rested today for disordeily behavior, uud
Mike Kennedy for violating tbe Sunday or.
J he tolep-ram remit 'Tho Mabaraiaii
of Nopnul has tendered 10,000 picked
Goorkbus for service In Afghanistan."
.The printer made it .-cad; 'Tlie IMaba.
rajah of Nenatil nas tenderod lfi.COtt
pickled Gherkins for senico in Altrhnr,.
........ uiijjui mavis uvea Hiipo, rto
doubt pickled gherkins would bo qulto
as acceptable as "picked Goorkhas" in
Afghanistan, though we don't know
aU . s ant 1. .!" -JT.S i a r .
An experiment for saving tho eve
during reading consist of printl tig dark
blue letter on pale green paper. Tue
effect Is said to be very restful.
WHERE TO BUY SHOES.
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
. store of
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
DECORATION DAY !
In addition to the very large stock of decorations to be used by us in the
OHIO ST-ATE 003STVE2STTI03ST "WIO'W.A.IiyL:,
We hare a Tery large and appropriate stock of new goods and designs for DKCOIUTION DAY, including a Tory nlco lino of
VASES, FLAGS, STREAMERS, FESTOONING i MOTTOES
We hare also SECRET SOCIETY DECORATIONS, and hare received onr
iD-dL-ar-XaXGHQia? .xax ctxgmsco? pirhwtorks.
CUT FLOWERS and FLORAL DESIGNS at the very EARLIEST MOMENT.
OUR FLOWERS ABE RECEIVED FRESH TWICE EACH DAY.
Tho Heal Primitive Man.
No, If wo want to get at gcnulno.nn
adultcratcd primitive man, wo must go
much further hark in timo than tho
more trilie of 250,000 yoars, with which
Dr. Croll and tho cosmic astronomers
so generously provide us, for pro-Glacial
humanity. Wo must turn awaV to
the Immeasurably earlier firo-split flints
which tho Ahbo Bourgeois undaunted
mortal! ventured to discover among
tlie Miocene strata of tho calcairc tie
Jlcaucc. Thoso flints, if of human
origin at all, wuro fashioned by somo
naked and still mora hairy creature,
who might fairly claim to bo consider
ed as genuinely primitive. So rude are
they that, though evidently artificial,
ono distinguished archmologist wilt not
admit they can be in' any way human;
be will have it that Uioy were really tho
hantliwork of the great European an
thropoid ape of that early period. ThU,
however, is nothing more than very
dolicato hair-splitting; 'for what does it
mattor whether you call tho animal
that fashioned these exceedingly rough
and lire-marked implements a man-like
ape or an npc-like human being? Tho
fact remains quite unaltered, whichev
er name you cliooso to give to it. When
you have, got to a, monkey who can
light a fire and proceed to manufacture
himself a convenient implement, you
may be suro that man, noble man.with
all his glorious and admirable faculties
cannibal or otlicrwiso is lurking
somewhere very close, just round the
corner. Tho more wo examine the
work of our old master, in fact, tho
more does tho conviclion force itself
upon us, that hu was very far indeed
from being primitive that we must
push back the early history of our race
not for 200,000 winters alone, but per
haps for two or three million years.into
tha .llm naa ,. T. t.., -- V.
'A Very Old Master," iu Popular Sci
ence Monthly for May.
UrM.maklos;, Cutting amd Flattlojr.
Dressmaking in all the latest sod newest
modes ol fashion, done promptly and satis
factory, and st reasonable rates. All the
latest fashion plates and journals always on
hand. Cutting and fitting: Dresses with
lining, 40 cents; dresses without lining, 25
cents. Stamping, silk and araseae embroidery,.,
oil and Kensington painting. Mrs. B. B..
Harner, 18 East North street.
Manufacturers, Inventors and others dtsir
iog Model or Patterns of any description
made, should call upon W. T. Parker, 39'
West Washington street, where all kinds ol:
Pattern Work m promptly and properly done.
AN APPEAL TO SUFFERES.
A Utter and Testimonial from a Promineiri
Citizen of Dayton, Ohio A Member f
tbe Board or Equalization A Brother to
Dr. Beck, an Eminent Physician.
A Woaul.rf al Our.
.ii?.'!" w1"" ' "9 ' hli "r treat toe'on ar
risht foot frozen, aad auflered untold agony for
" T VVaiviBSaaSxMW VVUMI OQ1 D CUrM. MM
-s wav a-amaasj ivi tSaVSJaij
r. . . I'avtxjw, Ohio, May SO. 18M.
Pa, OKoaas: Mv Dear Frlend-I would be a
II1.0.' U,UX1 0WD. ''f I 'ailed to ill. yo a
m,i """" o my gratitude to you. for what
lna.ninHf'"hrnti jou w.r. called 1..
to attend to my case, I waa In a v.ry critical an. J
dangerous condition. IndMd, It waa tbe opinio, a
of every one who called to sm m. that I could no t
jscom. Wow I fully bell.v. that your Skill a. si
bhl'''".a?lh.cUi attention and good far.
which your kind heart gave me. alone averted th
fatal termination ol my eaas. My foot Is and ha
riiV ' . . .r' Hucn u tne nappy xi -suit
of your InlelilgeaUrcatiaeol of my eat,
Kuas (J, Bat a.
GeOriTS Is riArmanaantlw lM.t.J
BprlngBeld. P.no, Md Ubolo,7, Ko. Ill
Boalh Center street. Tweotv.loar years' ta- !
perlence la the ir-i-.. is m-L .TTl.
perlence la tbe treatment ot Diatasst, with
nero Medicines eicluslvelv, enables us to
guarantee a cure la most all curable eases.
Office Hours 9 a. ra. to 4 n. m ami T m a
p. m.; Suodais, 8 to 9 a. as.
Ours treated bv cootraet and enraa arn...
anUed. ConsulUlkin In.
PERSONAL-AN WHOUHAUC OB Bit TAIL
lueervaf h.rjw n aW ws Is evssltaakYl.
SL'H'JS04 i- "T . "" esstle
a ismsssaea. r. u.siexiH.
35 SOUTH LIMESTONE
LAWSON, D0UGLA8 & CO.,
HANKERS AMD IIROKKRH,
40 Exchange Place, New York I
14 Kxclianie l'laee, Boston,
Members New York and Boston clock Exchanges.
Prirateirtrea to Boston. Philadelphia and Chi
cago. Slocks, bonds, grain and mlacellaneous se
curities bought or Mia on commission tor rash or
upon margin. Special attention given to Invest
ment securities. Correspondence solicited.
THERE WILL BE A MEET1NO OFTHE FEBK.
clitt Cem.terv Aasoclation at tbe office ot the
Clerk, over Ne. 10 Mouth Limestone street, on Mon
day, at 2:30 o'clock p. m., June lat, 1885, for the
election of three Truatoea toserve three vears, and
such other buatness as msycome before ihe meet-
"ft "J vauca VI lain 4JVUU Ul .rUBIOtl,
mJam. 'HI lOgt II U u... ..
Mar 26, isttf.
II. M. HiiErnEstn, Clerk.
at FtKb'i bwr garde
OK BALK-UOBSfc-YKAB-OLD BAY; IN-
nauiuv3U uuiiv iDtjuirfJ
WANTKD -ITUATION BY A GOOD, RELI
aMsidrlln a iio all family. AnolrMtt liar.
T.WK RE XT TWO
...... " i"" a7Vi iiuuoixj
with ataVila l- a-nt m Ki . ..,..!. 3 as
CIMIIT uiulu IIiiii.im
and 87 West Multwrrr street. Iuqulre of J. E.
W A MTF fl Lj"" and Young Men, In city or
i s a-u country, to work for ua at the.r
homes. Permanent employment: no Instructions
to buy. Work sent by mall (dlstanc nuobjeclloo.)
U to SliS per week can b. mad. Mo canvasalng.
Noatimp or reply. Please address UoasHasr.
Co., Boston, Mass. I'. O. Box 1910.
WaaNTpn Anactlre Man or Woman ineverr
wwran s al county to sell our goods. Salary
75 per month and expenses, or commission.
fc.xpen.es In advance, fl outfit tree. For full par-
Boston, Masa. " "'
For the Improvement of Sidewalk, Curb and
kKSOLVED.That It la hereby declared by
V the City Council of lb. city of Spring
eld, Ohio, that It Is necessary to Improve
the sidewalks hereinafter designated fa tb.
manner hereinafter aet forth, wbora Ibe aame
la not already done, viz.: Both aides of Cheat-PuA.aX5nn"-l?Jw,n
Murray and Elm streets:
bth aides of Liberty ataeet from Taylor afreet
to Clifton avenue; both sides of Taylor street
from Harrison street to Clifton afreet; both
aides of Lagonda avenue between Warder
street andtEe 1. B. 4 W. rallwayrbotb sides
pf Nelson street from Lagondaavenueto Far-
Pleasant street to Clifton street: both aide, of
JEfiS'.C ?' tt?'S.xMt street to York afreet;
tbe south side of Pleasant street from Urns'
itS5!-.,t,eetfoBPrln t'et: born side of
Limestone street from Boutbern avenue to
PattonRtreet; the north side of Monroe street
from Gallagher street to Spring street; both
aide of Limestone street from Clifton afreet
to High street; the north aide of Washington
iufSx from "raeetoue atreet to Spring street;
bpthaldeaof Southern avenue fromcenter
atreet to Limestone atreet; tbe east aide of
Limestone street from Stanton avenue to
Chestnut avenue; the west side of Miami
SW ft"" p.,e.'!?ant " to Clark street:
both tides of Ward atreet from Llmostone
atreet to Market atreet: tbe eaat aide of Blum
atreet from Washington atreet to Jeflerion
atreet; both aides of Main atreet between
fh?"nn. ?t',,,lM..ot MalnilrWbetweiS
the C.,t'.,C. A J. railroad erosalnirimri ...t
w.e.0:.Ji!!?unt,i.m.e,eryi I aide of
ii? . "5i"wvwe.u """ D norm streets.
All of aa d side walks to be paved with brick!
and curbed and guttered with atone: except
aald sidewalks on Nelson street from Lagonda
avenue to Farlow atreet, and tbe asvefalde
walks on Ward street from Limestone street
to Market street, which are to be grated and
graveled and curbed and guttered, and alio
f J2eRt V?6 ,,,,t,iw,""!,on M" 'i between
J the same. nail be constructed aocordln. 5
ue oro.iri.noes or tbls city regulating snob
ldlrfe walks wUtiJn tly 4aju tnmuSS
That aald I ro pert y owners are beieby fur
SP5"fa?f ," " eaplratlSncif afid
period of slaty dasaald Council will cauae
aald lmprovemenia to be made, or o much
thereof as shall not have been already done
SitlL6pr?p.t.,r ". ud will by ordl"
nance order the aaseMm.nt of tbe expenses
thereof upon the property bounding and
abutting upon natd sidewalks to be Improved.
In proportfon to the respeetlve feet fronts or
HH !SPin,n':a'i tbstaTld Couuoll will by
sad ordinance further provide for certlfylnk
aaldaaaeaimentato tbe contractor dolnatbe
same for said city Inpayment tbirefor ac
cording to the laws and'ordlnaueiaof tiu
city: and that tbe Clly Engineer fa harabw
l?2EZtJZtJtntVtJ2y..nt?Jt. to Cncll a
axaa-Meiirpuolio.tionTo tmia7ot tK
yeas age 5 this leiolutlop. " ww
sasMd by Council Slav 1, IsaS.
lasbaaled t,..ii.. Viwfc ,'.&
" Baal." eoloied anatomical
. hows that undeveloped oranrankea
to B)arge to full sod proper prutirtloss.
itoBsswoT members developed brsiSBltsrpro
ases.1 , A copy of thu valsaMa T book xaalied
stWsTtlfv in tlm HasWriP SB. nnnv kax. -.j s-
STREET, Lagonda House Block.
3TO"W' IS THE! TPI3VEI3
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
Little's Soluble Thctyle, llio licst non-polgonons DondoriztT and Disinfec
tant known. It bag jnat been prononncod to lie three tlmcx liiuro iionpi-rnl llian
any olhcr disinfectant In the mnrkct by tho COMMITTEE OX DISINFECTANTS
of the American l'ubllc Health Association recently In bcss.oii at tliu John Hop.
kins' University. Ilnltimorc, Tor testing commercial illglnfcctiintH. Sold In 25c,
50c, and tjl bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
No. aa Xiatit
THIS WHISKEY SHOULD BE FOUND ON THE SIDEBOABD OF EVERY FAMILY
IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. ENTIRELY FREE FROM FUSEL OIL.
DO NOT BE DECEIVED. Many Druggists and Grocers who do not havo Duil I'll re
Malt Whiskey In stock, attempt to palm off on customers, whiskey of their on bottling, which
being of an Inferior grade and adulterated, pays them a larger profit.
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
SOLD BY ALL FIRST-OLASS DRUCOI8TS AND GROCERS.
Prioe OSTCE DOIjIiAR Per Bottlo.
Bend us your address and we will mall book containing valuable Information. Sample Quart ltvttlf
sent to any address In the United Btates(Eastot the Rocky Mountains), Becun-ly jiaefcerf an plain
ease, JExpretl charges prepaid on receipt of sfcX.BO, or Six Dottle sent for stO.OO
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Baltimore, Md., U. S. K
R. P.Willis & Son
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
roris years at 37 court nace, now at
333 Market Street, Tjlin'ttirillo Yv
Bet. Third and Fourth, DUUlul W0,1.J
A riUrl aduwlM sod icfallj qualified ttaikUo sod tfi.
aaM ninaaiafttl, a his ryacuoa win brovt.
JBrnsvtorrliea. and Impotenoyt
sitLrMull ef vsjirabuM Is youth, peiutl cigtmi la nis
tairw'Mrf.tirMlscr cav?)t u4 txxlurinf avuitfltf lbt ft
bviBi flfwla. Narvouancii, Bcmloal ruUjiouf (niftt mlaV
sxtoni drMm), DIhioom of sSltbl, Detects rt Mbhxj, Khy.
kslDo,FiniplMoayAr( A t-nlon U Hortt-t utttntU-t,
Cofuso r Utu, latsu mt Siu Potter. o., rendtrlnf
nurla lutrooefforuilisiynfa sir iherouihl bd1 pfntitv
OLEET, Svklirt. OrvUll.. S.Sl". " r iSSS!
ru. aad rfTw prlrau dlMawa qukfclt enrwi.
Il la MMrMral Ua a par atdao ko J aMlal atlntloa
ia s amtls dsM r dUuc.. atwl tmiUus Uwiuaadi auuu
allr. aa)ulr snu akllL fbjaklaai awwlii HI. r.ci .ru.
raoomnicDd penooa tamrsre. Hbcaltl. (dquu,. at,nt to
TI.U u. ellr toe utaunaat, nadide. can ba aaut brhawlr
Ciu-M Otuiranteed in all Case
CuoauluOuu. Mraonally or by Mur frfa sal ln?lt,4.
Caarfaa raaaooaila and ournapi.Bd.OM eirtcU ectaltlMUuL
Of! UO pa(os, KBI to aar addma. Mrarol; aralal, fur tkirtf
IS ojou. BkinU la raad b. alU iddr.u al aiv
PAUL A. 8TALEY,
Attorney and Expert
80MC1T0K OP I'ATKNTH.
Boom t, Arastlo rttillallnu'.
is no flatterer. Would you
make it tell a sweeter tale?
Magnolia Balm is the charm
er that almost cheats the
l'oitttvety llellevtd and Nature
may ho rcllnl upon for relief In nil ds.
cusoh of the throat iiml Iiiiih j mul, for tliu
spKily cuio of solera Cold or Couglu, It
Inn no trijunl. V.. J. Duwncs, Itoiiiirau's,
Ilerktlcy Co., 15. C writes : ' Somo tliiiu
no I contracted, hy cio,ure, n secr
Cold nml Cough. Afler two or tltrco
montln, I Iiean to think lliem woulil ho
no cliano for tliu lullcr. Jly alltntloii
htlns directed to AyeiN Clitiry reelontl,
I procured a holtlc, and began taking It. It
Cured My Cough
before tlm first Imtllu win used, mid f
ruptdly recovered my health." A. J.
Dai Is, AtcliNon, Kaiii., willes: "TliN
spring I took a seero Cold, which "Utlcd
on my lungv. In thrto d.tys It lieiamo
mot dlfflciilt and pnlnftil for mo Iu
breathe. As soon ni io,illilo I got a
bottlo of Aynr'u Cherry IVctoral, mul was
promptly relieved ami rttred by IN nuc."
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Dr. J. 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
For sulo by nil Druggists.
H ADITS OF YOUTH, KXCMNi; Or' MAN
liool anil secret ulsaasescsusainoresiitlerlii.
sulclilrs, nerrous deblllly, lioiolciite, aterllily
ii.!iCil!I"i.,ia,r,nc,K.,'l,'.d,M,Ma J-roitrste ulani
bladder, kidneys, Iienit. ratarrab, (onauiiiiition,
draper dlabeie. ami llrlshl's nlaraee. Iban tVerr-
miHliclnesslnelelectilillr, crayons, bells, cu
terlxatlon. sounds, eatlidrrs or outlln The
Aaabel Mineral HprlnKs Water nbyslrlan, aui
Urosdwajr, hew York, will srnd a tr stlae. with 44
wood tuts, for S rents. nlrlnK tli reiuf.lli-s wbUli
ruie Ibem at home, wltbout imln, prlaairlr,
Hauviiv haaarsr a i... i . T. . T."
Masboad. fo., baring triad Iu vain con ln,.n
ramMy.uaaaiaoaaorad a alropl.ruaansof aairura.
r. O. Drawer lit, ataCalo, N. Y, )
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