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GLOBE 813013110. FRIDAY EVENING, JtJNE B l't)B.
HAll.t MKMUtH BMIOHT
ronTuiftUx-AMTr, a acuait nr i. dbuiy,
fH.t KOK Till AtODE-HtrUBttO.
June 4, iSHft.
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3 1 JO p. im,.
-(mii iMTluri 71)'. rewperatiire I Mine
datoin Hi. 7v alxivr. Temperature ol mm
lte In IHi9 70' above. Temperature ol Mm
dl- tn l.f?, ftl" ebove rcro.
Amount ol r.lnfall.D.) of on In h.
J. 0. Cnsper lclt lor New York Clly last
Mr. Iljscoe tlcmi lclt this morning (or Cin
cinnati on business.
K. A. Fun), General Ticket Agent of the
I., U. & W. will be In the city thli eTeniog.
Mr. Frank Day, tbo day man at the I., D.
& W. baggage room la nt.lils post again after
a weck'a sirgo with a severe caae of malarial
Miss Anna lllnes, ol thla city, left laat
evening lor New York city, via the Pan
Handle. Sho will make her home in New
York lor the future.
High school social at Central school build
ing tonight, Juno Mh, at 7:30. Ice cream,
strawberries, cakes; candlea, etc., and a good
time. A Imlstion 10 centa.
II there la nnylhlng more dreary and dis
agreeable in the aum of human ezperiencel
than wailing home through deserted atreeti
In eucli a rain aa laat night we have (ailed to
The heat yesterday waa Intense, the ther
mometer at the I'ostofllce regiatering 00 de
grees In the shade. Tn the sun It went to
110 degrees. The cool breexe blowing some
what lessened the oppressiveness of the heat
however. No serious proitratlona were re
ported. Miss Anna Voll, the songstress of this city,
is expected home lor the vacation on the
lUlli. It is not probable that sjb will return
to her position at Shorter College next year,
although the authorities ot the Institution
nro extremely anxious to have her do so. She
prefers n position in some Northern city.
The Knights ol St. Georgo ol this city are
making arrangemenas to attend the Tourna
ment of the Knights ol St. George ol Ohio,
which will be held at Lancaster the 15th ol
this month. There will be several drills for
handsome prizes, all of which the Springfield
representatives will compete lor. There are
two divisions of the order in this eitv divi
sions A and U. These will go as one divi
sion, making n company of about fifty uni
Mr. II. M. Shepherd, secretary of the local
underwriters' association, was sitting at his
desk busily engaged with some paper? yeaier
day, wbi'n there came a big crash and the air
was filled with dust and fragments of plaster
ing. With recent building borrora in New
York and elsewhere fresh In mind Mr. Shep
herd made a precipitate break for the pave
ment outside and reached it with countenance
pale as death. As the walls of the building
remained Intact ho ventured back and found
that most ot the ceiling of his office had
fallen making a sad litter of a neat room.
A four-years old of a boy boarded a red
line street cur, Wednesday, at Main and
SbnUer stnets, at the same time that two or
three ladim entered the car. The driver sup
posed the kid belonged to some of the party
and paid him no attention until the ladies
alighted leaving the boy in the car. Then he
Inquired and made out from the youngster's
inlantile expressions that ho waa juat out on
his own hook for an excuraion. Taking in
the situation the dilver made the round trip
to East street and return and reaching Shaffer
street again turned the bit ol a "dead-head'
passenger over to his mother who bad become
greatly alarmed and was bunting him. The
boy enjoyed it hugely, however.
11 AIL TO TUB vaiKjr.
Mitchell font No. 43 U. A. It., Preparing
for Ilia vliilt or Department Commander
llrowu Other Grnud Army Uolnars.
At the regular meetiog last evening of
Mitchell Post No. 45, G. A. R., srveral appli
cations for membership were balloted upon
favorably and ono recruit mustered. A com
munication was read from the wife and fam
ily of Chaplain S. G. Brown, deceased, thank
ing the Post for assistance and courtesies ex
tended In connection with the burial of Com
rade Drown. An Invitation was received
from Durkholder Post No. 115, Yel
low Hpringi, for Mitchell Poat to
attend the dedication of a memorial tablet in
honor of deceased soldiera who were students
at Antlcvli, in the college chapel, Wcdnti
day, June 17ih, at three o'cloik in the after
noon, and the invitation was accepted. As
many comrades as possible will attend In a
body, a parade forming part of the cere
monies. Invitations have been extended to
several other Posta In the neighborhood.
Gen. Keifer is to deliver the dedicatory ad
dress. On motion of comrade J, E. Stewart,
amended by comrade Iiulfmau, a vote of
thanks was tendered the Cadet Hand, who
furnished music free ol charge for the Mem
orial Day parade here, and to Professor
Aldilch and members of his chorus, tor vocal
music to comrade Ilamsay and 0. E Moore
lor free use of wagons for traiisportalion of
flowers, and to all who assisted the Post In
any way In the exercises ol the day.
As mentioned In this paper last evening
a letter was received from Department Com
mander It, II. Drown, of Kinrsvllle, notifying
the executive committee In charge ol Grand
Army Dsy preparations that be would be
here nn the 12th inst t'i confer vtllb. the com
mittee regarding that evioi. At this meeting
ot Mitchell Post, after some discussion, the
mater nl a receptljn to Grneral Brown on
the evening ol that day, was relerred to the
executive committee with power 'to act.
Borne appropriate formalities will be observed
at that time, but It is not determined yet
what i.hape they will take.
l'erfeet Confluence In Quoit Hash
llouulris lhoiuiortof tbe unsullied reputation
In me IsudlaJy who furnishes It, to-glvo unsus
pecting hojrdtrs i ropi r relish and positive wo
Uctlou Iron liiDexcnllr devouilcig their neigh
bors eats and uogs;or fessltug of the residue of
hotel meuus and similar profitable supplies.
Kauai Juceriiiiieul on the pirtot those who rt
aulrea healllilul slid uourlslilog toulo, would
always Insist wi bavlsg Duiryv's I'uaa Malt
Wui.KfcV, whl'h Is the out reliable article
knows to tie absolutely free from every Injurious
element beyoud peradrentur.. Any reliable
druggist or Krucer will furnish It.
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70 H W
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS!
To quit business. Our entire stock, consisting of $15,000 worth of Ladie's and Gent's Fine Shoes and Slip
pers, Misses and Children's Shoes, Boy's Boots and Shoes, and a large line of Farmers Kip Caif and Grain
Leather Boots to be closed out without regard to cost, as we have determined to quit business. These
good3 must be sold within the next sixty days. As it . will be but a short time until fall it will pay every
farmer to inspect our stock of Men's and Boy's Kip Calf and Grain Leather Boots, as we must sell them at
some price. Remember the place,
NO. 54 SOUTH LIMESTONE STREET, SPRINGFIELD, OHIO,
N. B. Fixtures,
MOCIBTY MOT KB.
Mr. and Mrs. Ghaa. D. Hauk entertained a
few frlenda very handsomely on Saturday
Mrs. Senteny, of Louisville, Ky., has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Ort, of Wit
Mr. William Warder has returned from an
extended pleasure trip on the lakes.
Mlaa Carrie McKnlght, of New Jersey, Is
here spending the stimuiet with her sister,
Mrs. Frank Goode.
Dr. J. W. Hullck apent Thursday In Day.
Mrs. Ballard haa returned to her home, on
Eaat High, lor the summer.
The many frlenda of Mrs. Dr. Meyers will
be pleased to learn that she baa almoat en
tirely recovered from her late Illness.
Miai noflman, a charming young lady ot
Oircleville, 0 Is visiting the Misses Baldwin,
of East High streit.
Misa Emma Morrell is visiting Miss Susie
Ballard, of East High street.
Mrs. A. T. Dyers spent Monday in Cincin
nati. Mr. Uus-ell M. Leeds is in the city, and
will spend the summer.
Mias Oinon who has been spending the
winter with Mr8. Joe Little, will return to
her home In Ktnsaa City accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hawk" expect to move
to Chicago in the fall, his Dullness being in
Miss Sallie McConnell with a young lady
friend Irom New Vork will spend several
weeks with relatives In this city.
Mr. W. T. Slillwell, of East High, has re
turned from an extended business trip lu the
Mr. Ross, who has rented the steel works,
baa taken the house formerly occupied by W.
J. Murphy on Eist High.
Mrs. Judge 0. it. White has returned from
Mrs. Oscar T. Martin, of North Limestone,
has returned Irom a visit in New York clljj
John W. Riser was in tbe city last week on
Mrs. Mitchel Burton, of Cincinnati, is vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Johnson, of South Market.
Mr. R. Coleman leaves for the Kist this
evening to be gone several days on important
The children's entertainment at the Semi
nary was very well attended last night and
all the children did unusually well.
Mrs. W. O. Maitland was expected home
Mrs. Spining, of East High, has gone to
Xenia, to visit ber son and daughter there. '
Mr. Addison Rodger has returned from
his studies in Cincinnati and will spend the
summer In this city.
Township High Schools.
The following important act, relative to
township high schools, was passed at the last
session ol the Ohio Legislature.
Section 4009 a. For the purpose of pro
viding schools of a higher grade.
Any township, district, village and special
district aituate within the boundariea of auch
township, may be united together and organ
ized u a special district for high school pur
poses, by a vote of tbe electors of such town
ship, at any general election aa herein pro
Section 4009 b. Any ten or more of tbe
qualified electors of any township having a
village, district or special dlarict, within its
limits, may give ten days notice before any
general election that a aeperate vote will be
taken at tbe next general election In said
townships, In each of the districts proposed
to be so un'ted, on the proposition to unite
such village, township or special district, or
any two of Bald districts for high school pur
poses. Such notice shall be sufficient, 11
given by publication In a newspaper published
and ot general circulation in said township,
and by being conspicuously posted In at least
three public places In each of the districta in
terested. At such general election held after
the publication of this notice, all electors vot
ing in favor of such union shall have written
or printed on their ballots, "Special District
for High Schiol Purposes Yes;" and all
electors against such uulon, shall have printed
on their ballots, "Special District lor High
School Purposes No." II a majority of tbe
ballots cast on the proposition In each of the
districts have on them tbe words "Special
District lor High School Purposes Yes,"
such village, township and special districts or
ny two ot sild districts shall thereafter be
united us a special district for high school
purposes; and the judges of such election
shall certify to the court of common pleas of
the county In which such township is situated,
the result of such election, which certificate
shall be placed upon tbe journal ot said
court; whereupon said court shall appoint
three judicious iersous, one for one year, one
for two years, and ono for three years, resi
dents of said township, as tbe board of edu
cation for sucli spclal district for high school
purposes, one member ot such board of educa
tion to be elected every year hereafter, to bold
auch office for three years, or uutll hia suc
cessor Is elected.
Such board ot education, when so appointed,
shall have all the powers now conferred by
law upon boards of education.
Ki-Oollector Lew Wtitiel and bla bunds
, men have been aued.
KToact Door to XLxrjzxx-y c Bro.'a Dry
Awning, dec, for Sale.
Curiosities or DLrintcli Writing.
During the French "War of tho
Frondo" n loading member of tho pop
ular party transmitted an important
letter in a roaiitod orab. Tho order
which tloclded tho sea light ot Solnbay
in tho reign of Charlos II. was carried
by n Itttlo cabin bov, who swnm
through tho lire of tho Dutch llcot with
tho paper in his mouth, and that boy
aftorward wroto his narao in history as
Admiral Sir Cloudcsloy Shovel. Im
mediately before tbo outbreak of tho
aovon yoar' war Frederick tho Groat's
omissnrloa 'in Saxony discovered sover
al treasonable dispatchos hiddon under
tho skin of a bologna sausngo! Ono of
tho Jacobite leadors of 1745, when
about to bo surpriaod in his own homo
by a party of soldiors, was warned of
tno necessity of instant flight by tho
gift of a feather of a friendly neighbor,
the meaning of which somowhat ambig
uous prcsont, to his credit belt spoken,
ho at onco divined. Warren Huntings,
whon blockaded in llonarcs by Cheyto
Sing, succeeded in communicating with
tho llritlsli nrmy bv a singular uso of
bis knowlodgo of Asiatic customs. Ho
inserted thin rolls of parchment Into
tho quills which his unlive messengers
woro in their curs, and thus sent his
dispatchos snfuiv through tho very
midst of tho besieging forco. Tho fall
of Iiobcspicno in 171)1 was telegraphed
to the prisoners In tho tiblmyo from tho
roof of un adjoining hmisu by holding
up a robo and :i stonu (pierre) and
Hinging botli down Into thu street.
When the Kussiuti gnrrUon of Samar
cand was hemmed In by the llokhuri
otes in 1808 u liiviil miiivo succeeded
in passing through thu enemy's camp
with a letter stitched up in Ills sandal,
with which ho iv.ielii'il Cciienil Kauf
man's army just in limn to recall it to
tho rescue. It is ocn Mutci! on good
authority although it must bo owned
that tho statement has u strong "Mun
chausen" flavor about it Hint a French
spy in 1870 traversed the Cot man lino
witli a photographic dl-p.itcli conceal
ed in the hollow of ouu of his falso
teeth. Leisure Hour.
A Pcnwint Wedding.
A peasant wedding in Lithuania al
ways takes placo on Sunday, and if it
Is a grand ono tho whole church is
lighted up, oven tho sido a'tars; it must
be remembered that tho Lithuanians
nro devout Homan Catholics. Tho
brido Irs led in by two young men and
followed by her bridesmaids, who all,
liko herself, are lu their bust drosses
and wear crowns ot llowors. Tho
bridegroom is accompanied by several
young men, and behind the wedding
party nro tho two mothers. A tablo
Is placed within tho sanctuary, having
on it a crucitix and candles, and it is
there that tho priest stands to unite tho
couple, and tho brido would bo guilty
of very bad manners if sho did not
weep tho whole time If sho is not in
clined to do so tbo old women scold
hor. They then go homo and feast for
soveral days and nights, tho first on tor
taiument being given by tho brido's
mother, tho next by that of tho brido
groom, after whioh other relatives fol
low suit Tho national dance, which
is something liko a jig, and vory diffi
cult, is performed by a number of
couples at onco, and in tho middle of it
brido and bridegroom disappoarandgo
to their own bouso. Whon a poasant
has a marriageable daughter who has
roachod tho ago of 20 or 24 without
finding a suitor he puts a little treo or
a (lower pot in tho window, or a knot
of pink or bluo ribbon, this being tho
recognized intimation that a pretend
ant will not bo unacceptable. Spec
tator. m a.
All Jokes "Chestnut."
Chestnuts? Did I hoar somo acidu
lated editor of a "penny dreadful" say
"chostuuts?" .Sorry I am for you, my
boy, that you have hoard all tho stories
in tho world. Thuro was onco a fox
whom most of us havo road about, and
I doubt not that if chestnuts had been
his quest instead of grapes, ho would
bavo said tho former wero wormy as ho
did that tho latter wero sour.
Do you know, my friend, that all
stories are to a greater or less oxtont
"chestnuts," and that a number of
jokes which niako thoir regular appoar
anco among tho paragraphs ot a cer
tain syndicate of penny papors can
trace their podigroo back to Aristo
phanes without a break P They wero
originally sired by him and damned by
everyone who has heard them since.
What Men Fall In Love with.
"Men fall in love, they say with
boauty, with goodnoss.with gentleness,
with intellectual qualities, with a sweet
voice, with a smile, with an agreeable
manner, with a lovablo disposition,
with many ascertainable and moasura
blo things, and yet wo tlnd them con
tinually falliug in lovo with women
who lire not beautiful, nor good, nor
wise, nor gontio, nor possessing any as
certainable or measurable thing. You'll
find a hundred reasons given for falling
in love, or being- in lovo, and rarely tho
right reason which is commonly sim
ply because a man cannot help it. He
Is in lovo because a mysterious torco in
nature has touchod him. Tho woman
may bo unbeautiful, heartless, solllsb,
cruel, untrue, coarso, frivolous, empty,
but if tbo maglo of nature something
of tho magic, 1 suspect, that Puck used
on tho eyes of Titanla touchos him bo
sues not ono of tboso things in thoir
truo aspect. Yes, .tho Titanias that
have fallen in lovo with men crowned
with donkey heads and tho men that
havo fallen In love with aorponts, think
ing them doves, are many and all be
cause of a diabolism, or a mystic fury
in nature that delight in bringing in
congruous elements togethor for the
aku of a danco of dolirlum."
Ladles French, German, and
English Hosiery in Black, Plain
and Fancy Colors.
and Silks, Children's DOOBLE
KNEE in Plain Balbriggan and
French. Children's Lislethread
and Silk Ribbs.
Gent's Half Hose. Immense
assortment Balbriggan, Lisle
threads, British, Plain and
Fancy. "Shaw Knit," the
best value ever made.
Domestic Hosiery, any styles
you want at prices that will
make them go.
Don't pass by our I8t, 20c
and 25c Regular Made Hosiery
for Ladies, Gent's and Children.
UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, TRIMMINGS.
THE CENTER COUNTER FOR THIS DEPARTMENT. COME AND SEE.
BLACK, BROTHER Sc CO.
The bullion in tbe Hank of England in
creased 230,1(59 during tbe past week. Tbe
proportion of the Bank of Kngla-jd reserve
to liability which last week was 51 1 percent,
is now SO per cent.
AFamll7 Mai tor.
No secret about it. No mystery to fathom.
No mixture to compound. No apothecary's
clerk to depend on. No doctor's dog-latin
prescription to try to decipher. Simple and
easy. Only get It nt tbe druggists and keep
it in the house. For dreadful debility, dole
ful dyspepsia, languid liver complaint, and
wretched rheumatism, Brown's Iron Bitters is
the family joy and triumph. Best preparation
ol lrou in the world. Safest, surest, most
convenient tonic. Especially adapted for
weak and pale children; giving them vigor
Five persons were poisoned by eating
boiled ham with buttermilk on East Walnut
The testimony of the clergy supplements
that of persons in every other walk of life in
regard to tbe virtues ot Mishler's Herb Bitters.
Rev. Thomas Starkweather, who was long
affected with a distressing cold, was told to
use tbe rqedlcine; he did so witbeut much
confidence in the preparation, but beadda:
"I am bound to say the Bitters cuied me, and
I own myself a convert to its efficiency."
WILD CHKHKY AMD TAB.
Everybody knows the virtues of Wild
Cherry and Tar as a relief and cure for any
affections ot the throat and lungs. Com
bined with these two Ingredients are a few
simple healing remedies in the composition
ol Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup,
making It just the article you should always
have in the house, for coughs, colds, croup
and bronchitis. Price DO rents and $1,00.
Samples free. Sold by Ad Bakhaua & Go.
A Fortunate Dl.eoverr.
A new light is thrown on the aubject of
Consumption by Dr. Wagner Kemp, discov
erer of Kemp's Balsam for the Throat and
Lungs. A remedy that has proved itself to
be a remarkable compound. It does the
work thoroughly, stopping a hacking cough
Instantly. Sold by Dr. T. J. Casper, Drug
gist. Prico SO cents and $1. Trial size tree.
Voting Maul Kcad This.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to aend their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Electric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted
with nervous debility, loss ol vitality and
manhood, and ail kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No
risk is Incurred as thirty days trial Is al
lowed. Write them at once for Illustrated
CUUKS FOK 1'ILES.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ot
weight la the back, lotus and lower part ol
tbe abdomen, causing tbe patient to suppose
be has some effection ot the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
Indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
ot the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very disagreeable itch
ing, alter getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pil a
yield at once to the application ol Dr.
Bosanko'a Pile Kemedy, which acts directly
upon the parts allected, absorbing this
Tumors, allaying the Intense itching, and
effecting a permanent cure. Price SO centa.
Sold by Ad. L'akbaus A Co.
A llreiit Dlaeoverjr.
Mrs. Emma Clark's Hair Restorer removes
dandruff from the scalp and renders it per
fectly healthy. It will cure alt diseases of
the scalp, also ones neuralgia headache, ner
vous headai he and removes pimples from tbe
face, restores gray hair to 1U natural color
and produces a luxuriant growtn or tbe hair.
This preparation is perfectly tree from pois
onous drugs. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. This Hair Restorer la pie
pared and sold by Mrs. Emma Clark, South
Charleston, Clark county, Ohio, or bar au
thorised agerts. A-rerts wanted. Give It a
trial. Price $1 per bottle.
For sale by Ad, Bakbaui k Co., Druggists,
33-Eaat Main street, and H. II. Wolfe, corner
Market and Illgh streets, Theo. Troupe and
T. J. Casper.
BLACK BRO. A, CO.
A Ladies really elegant Kid
Glove that will retain its
BEAUTIFUL LUSTRE, long or
short fingers. A SURE FIT
Children's Kid Glove, Lisle
and Silk. Children's Silk Mitts,
Black and Colors.
Ladie's Lisle and Silk
Gloves, Black and Colors, all
sizes, 6 and 8 button lengths,
from 25c a pair. A BARGAIN.
Ladie'u Driving Gloves, a
Backache, stitches in the side, inflation and
soreness of the bowels, are symptoms of a dis
ordered state ol the digestive and assimilative
organs, which can bo promptly ami thorough
ly corrected by the use of Ajer's Cathartic
Pills. As dinner pills, -find as aids to diges
tion, they have no equal. They cure consti
pation. Ajer's Parfaparilla is a highly concentrated
extract of Sarsaparilla, and other blood-purifying
roots, combined with Iodide of Potas
sium nod Iron. Its control over scrofulous
diseases is unequalled by any other medicine.
Dr. T. L. James, Dentist
(Haittt or Clalcmiro)
Dentistry in all of its Branches.
Specialty o fine filllngr, restoring partial loss of
teeth without plates, and restoring to iiflefullness
ound root ana broken Ueth by crowning.
1101-2 West Main Street.
Dr. Frank G. Runyan,
soma In BncklnKlinra'a IBalldlassr
over xfnrphy Jiro'a alorr.
Special atlentlr.i tlveE to tbe jmcrvlni
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
Room es, Aroodo Jlullcllnix.
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tfc Greatest Medical Triumph of the Agel
SYMPTOMS OP A
the) head, with a dull ca.atloD In the
back rt, l'aln under the boe.ldei
lade. FnMneai sifter eatlnsr, with adlfr.
Inclination to exertion of liodr ermlnd,
Irritatllllr of tenper, Low aplrlls, with
ss feeling af bavins neatlected aome duty.
Weariness. Dizziness. Fluttertnar at the
Heart. Dote before tho eree. Headache
Tor the Tight eye. Restlessness, with
SUfal dream., Illslily colored Urine, and
TDTX'S P1IXS are especially adaptod
to acb. cases, ono dose ctrocts emon a
change of feellngastoiiatonlslitrieBufferer.
They Increase the Appetlte,.nil cause the
body to Take on k'le.n, thus, toe tem la
BoarUhed. an.lby their Ton lo Action on
crodocTd. Trlcaftc. -14 Murray Ht..W.T.
TUTTS EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA
Renovated the body, raakeH healthy lifsb,
BtreuKthcns the uak, rvimire the vastus ot
the system with pure blood ami hard muscle;
tones the nervous system, luvtorates the
brain, end Imparts the vigor ot manhood.
1. Hold by tlnimdst. , .
OVfICK -14 OTurray St.. NowVorW,
McMonagle & Rogers'
JalDDIiETeWfl. N. V.
Extract of Vanilla, In the purity In
which we ofler It, has the delicate and un
mistakable flavor of the finest Mexican
Vanilla, ant) Is unequalled Tor flavoring
Ice Cream, Cake and Custard. GIvo
them a trial and tatisfjr yourself.
Just added to thi depart
ment exclusive sale of
THE QUEEN BESS"
Corset and Skirt Supporter,
best fitting, easiest of adjust
ment, perfect satisfaction
Guaranteed. All the popular
brands of Corsets in stock.
LADIES and CIIILURENS.
Make, finish, and prices guar
anteed equal to any.
T. J. THOMAS,
NEW YORK HORSE SHOEING SHOP,
Walnut Alley, rear Central Market House.
Special care with lame horses, colts, track horses,
hones that Interfere, and those having peculiar
Maverick National Bank,
Capital, - - $400,000
Accounts of Hunks, Hanlcrs and Mercantile
firms received, and business connected with bank
Loidon correspondent, City Hank, "I.lmlteJ."
Asa I'. Fen i: u, l'rcs, J. W. Wokk, Ca.sh.
The Xt DtlighuVd
Palaoe Steamer.. Low Bites.
Tour Tripe per Week Between
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Xrexy Week Day Between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Writ, for our
"Picturesque Macklnao," Illustrated.
Contain. Vail PuUeulua. MailodFroe.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
C. D. WHITCOMB, Oin. Pass. Act.,
Wtkknri nrTonnrM,rUI tlltTt ! r Wllnf power,
rttaudad frowih or lirinkaifj ofetcoum by itw matluMl
M unrtillnc t phvfflcftl ! cn I. 01m robuil nd
bar.ly vigor and admirable papaiM by bull Hut; up Ilia
wtitd tuiuai and eonwatrallnf nourUhonnl lo wtakatt
portion. Full itianglli, lavelomatttland fonctlom flTtjn.
to atirr organ of tli body. KfTerU ihowti wlitiln a dar.
No bilaT tlmnUntl artnanrnt, jdvanaut, Implo. U11rt,
mtx-lianlral aud auatomlcal tclanca comlilnaJ " W I1U va
ItiUinnda of Ittatiutiil thi mrti-t Dps-fitful known tu tlta
tnadti'ai rrof on M n OmmtrrM Oiutl, "Wa adt
onr aitdonamtnt " UfU Ur, hrti. A bOTa a oar awf
ormlirraMntallon." S. Y UnvA JiWu. "U'ftrna
toatnlmant tthrilelani) all may tutUf" thniaIta without
coal." S. r. lUptrk, An IsnlUutlnn tt irna mart! villi
a ovarwhalmlof array of tannin oartlriraUa." Atr Cr
baMMiha. Wrttaforour Trti$ at Vtn (Mif," flvtna;
puliation, rafareucft and proof. iUUad, waled lo plain
ERIK MEDICAL CO.. BUFFALO. N. V.
For 15 years at 37 Court Place, now at
A rffularlr adaeauxl and legally mialiOtsd rhjiclD and tbe
nuaiauoea.ful,aa bla prawlicawHl ! m
Spermatorrliea and Impotency.
aJ (ha rti.ul I of aair attune la youth, actual tucMiea in ma
Uireryaar or otnaT caaaea. aud producing auroaof tnafcl.
kiwiDgeflfCt Nervouauaai, Beruinal rmUilmii (Dlfibtai
alui tit dranil. 1) linn Mi of sSlcht. Dcfeciht iUiuorj. f far
linlDncay, liRiLai on k-'ae. A vtniou tu Sodcty of I coiaka,
Coutuilou of Ideal, loaa of jHciual power, ale., runderlng
marriage imrrowr or uuhappT, are thoroughly and prm.
sarriaga liuprowr or uuhappT, era ILorougbiy and prm.
h nil eured. RVPHTT.IR poaluiflj curwi and cn
""; "jitorfroiiho BMm. Gonorrhea,
GLEET Btrloiura, UrcUlU. Hernia, ii ltuluitj,
FlUa aud utlier pri'aw dUeatoa qulcklj cured.
) U melt ei Idtmt that a 1 hy aleian ) pay pectat attcDtioa
toaeerttlnelaMof dlaeaaea. and tmtlni tbouiande annu
ally , aoQutru gnat ihllL rtiyikiana knowing UiU fact often
twnniiueud purtoni ta my care. When It I fneometilent to
Tlilt the city for treatment, medlclnea eta LuMul priiatal
and tartly by mn.l or ticreii any bcre.
Cures Ounrautejed in all Cae
Cutuuiuuaua pwreonally or hf letter trt end inrlttd.
Cnergaa reawoaLl and correepondenLa eutctlj ovLtMubUal.
Of)0Qpeta, twottonuy addreea, eaeurely tald, f tbtrty
(V)) mdU. clhisuM be read by all. JLdJrtu ai anote,
ilb'efromtlJL.lCtael'.k. Buitda W 4 1 M.
Mulra, awre ivan. A
daa . aHMWai uaaftWflM)M
Tu. cu orwnie. Fa Pa CLAWKR, Me 17a
ItO.aM VMS TRMT.amolMetATl.O.
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and la
OREAT CKNTKAL THINK ROU1E.
MvyH'JT AMT WWHT.
fhrou.h csrs, with connection In tin Ion Depot.
Only direct lln. Tla aereltnd, lluflalo and nl
acre Ttlls to Now York and Mew Inland.
Dtroct connections for all Southern, Southwest,
em and iVeetern points, either by way of Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or m. fonts. Fast Time, New
Equipment, and running throufh the most pope
lar part ol tht country; poaaeulnf every appli
ance for speed and comfort known to be semes
able. Tbe Ileal Hood-Hod and the Baleat Buad la
the West. Tickets by this popular route (or sale
at all rcjnilar ticket offices.
A.J, SMITH, Oeneral Pusenier Aran.
C. C. C. & I. RAlLWAi.
Trttai Usti Sslaf lajt.
Might Ezpres 2iUata
MprinK., uoi. 4 Uol. A ooom.. ........ 7:60 a m
N. Y.i lioKton KipriOi Warn
Ulnrtti mil dt K. y.rast Uns. .40pm
CleVBl.iu 1 r'ast Line. s:88 p m
Mldulsjlil Ks:prew 3. 85 am
Clriclmiiill and Hi. Iyouls LI in ...... 'Siioa m
BprlnKileWl A Cincinnati Kiprime... B:5Tiam
Cincinnati Kiwit Line ....... I3:!B p m
Houtheru Exprum J.t6ptn
Dayton, A Cln. Kx 6:ZJ p ru
Hp'fd. A Cln. Aonom. Hunclay only. 70S m
Dayton, HprlngOeld and Del. Acconu. 7:10 p m
Traits ArriTl Froa SttU.
Mldnllit Kxprov i'lSam
Darton,B2. and Del. Accom 7:50 a m
H. V, a. itun Kxpreeu . U:tO a ia
Uln. & Springfield Express ll:i m
C'evelana Knet Llue............ Mitm
HprlnKtlflld Accom. 7:30 p to
Cln. & N. Y. Kant Line ih0 5 m
Bp'fd. & Uln. Acoora., hunday only. t.'M p m
Trslu AnlTt Froa Cast.
Nlalil KzpresK ',2.25 am
Clntl and Ht fouls I.lm 6:10 a m
Cincinnati Fast Line 11-Mptn
.Southern KxprwtH. . .. . 1:15 pro
Columbus, Delaware A Dayton Ac. 7:10pm
1'licno tralus . the only ones running ou
Trum n-avlne at 11.50 a, m. baa through
sleeping oar to Ilonton and New York with
Tholrnln leaving at8:S5 has parlor car to
Cleveland, connecting with the through
sleeper to Mew Yort and Ilo t.n.
Truln lenvlnK HprlugfltJd nt IU0 pmhaa
sleeper lo New Yojk without change
All trr.Ini ruu uy Contra. atudard Tim
which Is S3 minutes slower tbau dprlngneld time.
(J ko. II. KmuilT,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Depot.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 THROUGH FSSflbLB IBlllS 3
w Tailj , each way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Elegant Modern Coaches on Day j rains.
Stool Rails, Miller Platioi 'Jisaad
Couplers, Air Brakes and all
Modern Improvement ..
Shorte.t una Most, Desirable Huutt lie.
fwoeii the Ka.tnnd Wv.t. TL rough
Ticket, mill UniCKaK. Check,
co all Principal Point.
Particular adraulsge. ollered to Western Emi
grants. I.audaiiil 'loutist Tickets lo all point
reached bj any Uuo.
rauengertralusliaTeUpilniiueld ,from Union
Depot as lotions:
Uolug hast, 'J:ii p. u., 9:69 a. ui., 5:15 p. m.
Going West, 2:20a. m., 11:35 a. m.,S:iSp. in.
Going North, 2:45 a. ui., 10.00 a. u., 6:20 p. m.
(iolnu South, O. s. i;. it., 10: Ml a. m., 8:35 p. in.
From ast, 2.uSa. in.,5:lfip. m., 11:15 a. m. S:50
Kroui V'cst,tl..'i.) p. ru., 0:11 a. m., 5.05 i. m.
Krum North, l:5ua. lu., ;5ip. iu. ,11:20 a. m.
Troiu Houtli 0:50 a. m., 4:30 p. in.
V. IC. Ileiideraiiu, II. M. Ilrunaou,
(leu'l ilauager. (lon'l 'Here. J.I,
U. II. KUUtlr:, Agent, Bpringfield, o.
Ollln Houtliern Ulvlslon.
Trains Arrlie Irom Jackson and.Washlnjlo.. t. H
Hprlngl'la K. &.
No. t (except Sunday) 5:15 p. m. 4:30 p. m
No. 3(eic.lduuday) 10:10 a.m. 9:60. a. m
Trains Ueptrt for Jacksoa and Wuhlsgtaa C H
tiprlngf'Ul B. K.
No. 2 (except Hun Jay) ...11 :45 a. m. 10:30 a. m.
No 4 (except Sunday) 5:55 p. ni. 6:39 p. sa
N. Y. P. O. IIAILWAV.
Trains Lsava KSlsa; tut
No. 2 accom n. dally, except Sunday.... 4 50 p.m.
No. 4, N. V. Limited dally ......102U i. u .
No. 8, New York Express dlly... ....... .9. Jl p. m.
Trains Latvt toittt Watt
No. I, Cln. Express dally 11 :00a. m.
No. 6, SI. I. Limited Express daily......5:2p,ai
No. 4 loaving htro at 10:29 a. nl. arrires In Naw
ork Hie next morningat 11:00a.m. 94 hoar,
through to New York without Chang;, of
for tickets to all points North, Foutb, East and
West and lurther Information, call on
J. 1). I'll i, to ek, Agent; office in M. James Ilotel.
1'rtc haiks from city to dei ot for all passengers
Solng eist 10 miles or beyond. Ieaye order for
ack at ticket office one hour before departure of
PAIS HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. & St. L. Hallway.
M. DIvIbIoii Syrlnelleld liranch.
Lv. l. jrV
Ar. I oiumb's
No. y.hastem Express, leaves Springfield 8.40
a. ui,; Yellow Springs 9.01 a.m. Amis Xenia
u.ua. in. i ixmimuns ii.iua. m.
Lt. CI i
Ar. Y. Spr'gj
No. 10, ljcal Accoiuuiodatlon, leavts Xenla 6.30
a. m. Arrive Yellow Springs 6,15 a. in.) Sprinf
Held 7.00 a. m. .
Daily. tDlly except Sunday.
Train No. 1 makes immediate connections at
Xenla lor Washington C. II., Chllllcotbe, (lncin
uali and Columbus. No. 9 Is th. Fast Eastern
Express, inaklug Immediate connoctlon. at Xenla
for l'ittsburg, ilarrisburg, Washington, Baltimore.
Philadelphia. New York, Boston, all Eastern and
Now 1 naland points. Also throuzh car service lor
Cleveland. No, 11 makes dlect con
nections at Xenla for Cincinnati, Louis
ville and points Souili; through trains for Blob
mou I. IndiaiiaiKills, Ht. Louis aod iolnts West.
No. 5 Is the famous Limited Express and makra
direct connections at Xenla for Columbus, Ht ta
bu ru, llarrlsburg, llaltlmore, Washington, Phila
delphia. New York, liostou, all Eastern ai.J Nsw
England points, also immediate connection lor
Cleveland, llunalo, Niagara Kails, Albany ana
Syracuse, N. Y. No. 7, Fast Line. Western and
rJoulkern Express, making Immediate eonnoctlcna
at Xenla for Cincluuatl, Louisville, Challrnoo a,
Nashville, Memphis, and New Orleans, and
for Hlcbmond, . Chicago, and points
In the North and Northwest; Indianapolis, Ht
Louis, Kanaasllty and point in the West and
Southwest. All trains run on Central time,
which it 26 minute slower than city time. Tick
ets .old and baggage cheeked to all point in the
united states, auu reliable miormalion, can be
obtained at the office of the Com
pauy'a Agent, this city. Particular in
formation aa to tiaie of train aonneo
tlons, rates, stc.. cheerfully furnished.
Call on J. M. HIMICS, atr Ticket Aftst,
JAM. McCltKA, Manas.
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