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GLOBE JtEPUBLiu, SATURDAY EVKKING, .TULX li lbW
II til. I It II 4 Til HH ItMIOHJ
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Mean touiierlurt TiL, Temperature i saint
dita id PjM, 7(1 stove, letnperatiira ot tame
it In loss tn hIkito. leiDperalure of time
date In 18, 77 above scro.
Miss I.lilo Olimrr, ot Dayton, Is the R-jett
cf Miss Kuilo Woods, of the North Side.
Officer Wood till morning leceivecl a curd
from J, II. Collier, marshal ot Wnslilnifton C.
II., asking him to look out for a tin; liore,
"trayed or Btolcn Irom that place night heloro
The jury In the full ot Henry Drown vs.
the (Jlclc Printing Co. camo In at 12 o'clock
Inst night and rendered a verdict awarding
$.5 damages to llrown. This suit arose from
an necident aciuplu of months ago, when
Drown fell Into a holo at the (Iluue building
mid Injured hlnifclf.
At the meeting ot the Ohio State Tenders'
Association, nt Chautauqua, New York, Col.
White, of Springfield, offTed the following
The Ohio state teachers' association now In
annual fission nt Chautauqua, N. Y., sends
the respectful salutation and affectionate sym
pathy of thirty thousand educators In Ohio
with their d'sllngimhed and suffering fellow
citizen, UlvsscdH. Uraut.
The resolution was adopted amidst ap
plause llrliann Citizen "The fact which we
published about Hegly and others selling the
meat ot n sli k cow to a Springfield butcher la
even worse than we first stated. The cow
had actually died Irom the milk fever before
she was Imtihered. The price paid tor the
cow was $2 and n doctor bill of $3. After
he was ready for the market they took her
to Springfield ami sold her for $28. If the
Springfield authorities want any proof they
can lia It by coming to Urbana."
The "Sixteenth Amendment" papr, pub
lished at lluUalo, devotes the greater part of
its space this week to a report of the Ohio
Prohibition convention in this city last wiek,
deciding it the "only correct and reliable re
port" published, which is a little rough on
the Young.Tbompsou "New Krror," to say
nothing of the (Jr.nnfc.Un'UnLu, from which
three-fourths of the report is cribbed bodily,
speeches, prayers, committed and all, with
out a word of credit. 01 course this Is the
reason the information Is so thoroughly relit
lile, but llirtram ought to say so. Apparent
ly there is need of still another "amendment."
The fire department wus called out at 11-15"
last night by an alarm Irom box 4!i, to J. I).
Snivel 'a r.sideuce, at No. JJ North Yellow
Springs street, property of Squire Ooodfellow.
The blaze had started from a defective Hue
in the summer kitchen, in thenar of the
house. As soon as it was discomed Lou
Urndley ran to turn in the alarm, and the
fam.ly and neighbors began to work with
buckets, almost completily extinguishing the
blaze in the short time that It took the de
pirlment to nrrne ou the ground. The roof
of the wooden structure wps destroyed, but
uo further damage was done. The loss will
probably aggregate $25.
A llollulitful Itmiiilun.
The normal minion and picnic of the
Pastors' Conference au 1 Wittenberg faculty,
with lluir families, took place yesterday on
the beautiful Wittenberg campus, and was the
most largely attended, and, upou the whole,
the most enjoyable yet hild. No one, we are
sure, could b present at one of these gather
ings und doubt the genuineness und hearti
ness ol the friendship which binds together
In a Christian brotherhood those who differ
widely on many theological point". It is, In
deed, one of the happy results of the broader
culture ol modern times that religious leaders
and teachers arc more than ever disposed to
magnify points of agreement, and make lew
account of the far Ies important points of
difference. We venture to say, at least,
and we njoicc iu the fact, that
in no Lily on this continent
is Ihero a better feeling amoDg the various
denominations of Christian or their pastors!
Yesterday was a perfect day. The reraaik
was frequently heard on the ground that the
weather could not have been finer if it had
been made on purpose for the occasion. The
Wittenberg people wire unremitting in their
c Hurts, as hosts, to make the day one of com
plete social tnjojineut, and so well did they
succeed that it is probable the reunions will
herenlter all be held nt the same place.
The dinner was sumptuous such n
spread, in fact, we have seldom if
ever seen nt a picnic. It looked
at fir6t as it the quautlty must be greatly in
excess of the capacity of the crowd, but as
everybody seemed to have a special appetite
for the occasion it was found, after all, that
the great law of supply und demand bad not
been seriously disturbed.
Spaio will not permit ui to speak at length
of the quoit pitching, croquet playing, and
other ainiisi ments, which occupied much ol
the day. Simple justice, however, would
seem to require the remark that better work,
in that line, was probably niver done by a
company ot amateurs.
Among the tompuiy we noticed Dr. and
Mrs. Ort, Prof, and Mrs. Elirendeld, I)r. and
Mrs. W. II. Webb, Prof, and Mrs. llreeken
rldge, Prof and Mrs. Prince, Piof. aud Mrs.
Iloskinsr ii, Dr. and Mrs. A. II. Leonard, Dr.
and Mrs J. P. Marlay, Itev, and Mrs. A. I..
Wilkinson, Rev. aud Mrs. W. II. Warren, Hi v.
aud Mrs. J. Kyle, Itev. J. it. Walker, Uev. J.
T. Uose, Mrs. Until A. Worthlngton, Uev. Dr.
Sehutrer, Hev. Mr. Fay, Mrs. Sanderson, Uev.
and Mrs. D lo, and a large number of young
people an 1 children.
Two well known lay citizen who have a
reputation for quoit pitching strolled over to
the grounds in the afternoon, expecting, no
doubt, tu carry oil the honors in that manly
exercise. It is safe to say that they went
home, if not sadder, at least wiser ineu.
.Mint lliu Holler hliulliiK Itlnk (Jo t
The roller rink cian li likily Iu be checked by
the number ul emu nt pneumonia which ran Lo
trued It tlilicaiue, unlrss a tale remedy W pro
v Lie t. Ilullir rinks, aa well all plain uf uiuuie
luent wheie one be ouies overheated, are Injurious
at I lila season, 1 Jio utiI v afe way In hare the tun
ami nviilil tli iluntlr la til limit llllirvln ll......
MalT Uii'kli, which piipuea t lie sia'eui to I
ream au aiiuneu manges auu exposure, it li a re
liable miutdy li warranted absolutely free from
hurtful elements Jtec-ouimeadrd by leading pliy
alclana for pneumonia, cuusuuiptlou and all pul
monary troubles, l-ur sale by leading druggists
Camp Meellnir In (Jutoriiilti,
In the IMIIorof tlio llot.f -Ur ruil.Uo '
Camp mtelng In CuIomiIi', like most
nerytbltig die, Is so dill. rent from Ohio,
that It natiirilly eicltes lemul especially
by waj of (onlmst.
If Ohio, not ilil) UilmtiB, can prodiico the
biggest camp inciting:, Colorado eati bin, I ol
(lie largest "out of doors," and tlio most
gignntlc aud magnificent mountain Bit nery In
the world I
Herein this wonderful San Lull valley
everything dwindles into comparative Insig
nificance under the shadow of Ihcto evcilast
Ing hlllf, which constantly proclaim the
mighty power ol (lodl
In this lnnd of "magnificent distances''
neighbors are far apart, districts arc thinly
settled, nnd congregations inti't necessarily
bo small. So camp meetings even cannot be
depended upon todrnw great crowds, whether
for sincere worship of the true (lod, or for
mere worldly pleasure and pastime, or Sab
bath cle'ecratlon In any form ! Let It be laid
to the iredlt of the Colorado tump meeting,
boweur, that there was neither buying nor
selling on the Lord's Day notol so much as
a meal's victuals, so far in ycur correspondent
obervedj neither was there smoking of
cigars, or disorder or rowdyism of any kind
on the ground!
The location of the camp was In (he grea(
San Luis alley, eighteen miles Hjulh of
Villa drove, on the public road at Ulto Alto,
and within one hundred yards of the house
where I am now living; in a beautilul grove
of cotton trees, and alsobcBldeapeatlystream
of tool, tcfreshing mountain water; nnd only
nbout two miles and a half from the foot of
the magnificent range of snow-capped, nnd
now snow-strinked.Snngre or Christo rnnge
ot mountains. Six louts constituted the
camp all told.
So far as there wns any need in si eking a
place where Nature wns wont to help the
worshipper to ne "through Nature up to
Nature's Ood" this was nil that could bo de
sired. Standing In die Northeast quarter of
a great elipticni Valley, 150 miles long by
oil miles wine, lliu eye coin 1 range at will
over Borne ot (ho most magnificent moun
tains iu the world, their sparkling snow-caps
shining in the sunlight, until lust by distance
far down in New Mexico.
Manyol the (ciks within the rauge ol virion
aro higher than Mt. Slnnl, piercing the clouds
at 1 1,000 lect above sea level, and nothing
was wanting to make one of them, rising al
most from tlio borders of the camp, as awful
us was the burning mount In the presence of
the Israelites but the clang of the ungd's
trumpet, and the thunder, lire nnd smoke
which nltcnded the descent of the dreadful
Shikinah, upon the burning summit. Wiih
outany such miraculous manifestations, how
ever, but as fully assureJ ol the presence of
the great I Am in tbtlr midst, the tabernacle
was pitched by our good Methodist brethren
and worship lo tlio mighty God of Isrnel
through the Mediator ol the new covenant
commenced on the 25th of June. The tent,
or tnberuicle, bad a seating capacity of only
about 100, but wa amply suthcient to ac
commodate all who.would attcud In that
sparsely settled community, nnd among a
class who, as n general (hiug, care more for
the worship of the "Golden Calf than the
Uod ot Moses; aud it was at no time full of
hearers except on Sunday. Hut a more quiet,
orderly nnd ntteiiti'vecongrtgntion I neer"3aw
in such a place.and few eer heard better uer.
For fue days thu meeting was continued,
with lli u-tial programme of n sunrlia ptajer
meeting, oilier class and prnjer meetings ami
love feasts, and three preaching (.mice each
day and evening.
There were live ministers In attendance,
and, except Sunday, the congregations num
bered from 25 to 10, Including preachers,
bibies, children and all. So, from the num
ber of Shepherd", it would bo luferred tint
the Hock was well Pastorcd, and yet there
was brought buck froi.i tlio mountains ol sin
during tlio whole of tlio meeting, ns far as I
heard reported, only one of tho lot sheep of
the bouse ol Israeli Hut who will say that
one precious soul was not worth all the labor
nnd time expended for its recovi rj ?
At lenst of one thing I am ry certain
If there were not n3 many converts reported,
and apjarcntly as much good accomplished,
us in an Ohio camp mecling, tin re wns not so
much aiu tomnillted, nor so much evil rp
trated, as is otten done, in the name ot socia
bility, morality and religion' especially on
the Lord's Day. The "big guu' ot the occa
sion was Hev. Dr. McAnally, from St. Louis,
and editor of the St. Louis Christian Advo
cate. . hough n man 75 years ot age, he possesses
rare qualities as n preacher, as well as remark
able physical, mcntul and spiritual powers.
Better urinous than he preached some hall
doren or more I have never heard on any
similar occasion, Heceumd to loit to talk
for the little good that might bo accomplished
as well ns tor thegreat results which most ex
pect nt such times. He declared in the midst
of one of his sermons, with all tho fervor of
true missionary real: "If I wns assured that
there was n soul in Alaska that nobody could
save but myself, and would never be Baed
unless I went there for that purpose, I woul 1
not hesitate to go so far for tho sake of saving
that one soul!"
Is it uot true thnt one soul is of such in
finite value that all the treasures uf earth uru
not to be weighed against it? "For what
shall It profit a man if he shall gain tbo whole
world and lose his own soul "
I never lived so near a camp meeting be
fore had to move l,r00 miles lo lccato with
in hearing of one and I am free to say that
I never enjoyed one so much; aud on tlio ee
of striking our tents for another year's march
as pilgrims, we all wept in the midst ol a tad
farewell, promising to meet again, if not on
ea tii, ' In the Homo over there. '
U. P. Thomas.
Action by M.i unit Knell. h
The result of tho meeting, last eiening, uf
the Second Lutheran church council, to con
sider the matter of scandalous charge! pub
lished against their pastor, was a decision in
effect that the affairs aud work of tho thuieh
should moe along precisely as though no
sucn charges had been made; doing or saying
nothing to pre-judge the easo ono way or the
other or to Influence public opinion at pres
ent. A verbal motion, luadu by Mr. (leorge
Starlzman, was adopted expressing sympathy
for the pastor in the present trouble aud
promising the support of the council and
church lu uuy steps taken to Investigate and
remove the charges. AUo advising that he
should continue iu (lie eierclte of ills duties
as pastor, as usual,
Hov. Mr. Wagner waj present, positively
asserted hU II octneo of the charges uud his
ability and intention to prove the sune,
which lie has takm the proper steps to dc.
He offered to vucite the pulpit pending Una
investigation, If it was thought best or de
sired lie should do so. Ono or two approved
of this Ian as saving tho pastor some embar
rassment, possibly, but, ou the other liund, it
was considered such withdrawn! might be
taken by some ns a partial admission uud (he
uctlon above Indicated was taken unanimous
ly, that there be no cLange iu any way. Ar
rangements havlug already been made lorn
special children's service, there will bono
preaching at the church touionovv morning,
and by the arrangement made weeks ago fur
unlou services, there, will be none at the fee
ond Lutheran tomorrow cveulng, Ono week
from tomorrow regular services will lie held.
Mr, Walter Gibson, ol Ciiieiuuutl, is mak
ing a brief vltlt to his mother on South Mar.
IS THE TIME I
SKIN II l'MOI.N.1
II In! Ihliicavjti when Uip I'orrn nredoitr I uml
tlio Wool mill rtmilratloii nre laden with I id
im r I tlr-ji tltnl UiiflfturlnK Iliiiiiom, Ihiiii.llflth.g
1 rui-llmm, ItcliltiK 'lordm, Hall Ithfuui or Ic
" ma, I'norUili. Utter, ItltiKwnrm, Hut 17 Humor,
Scrofula, hcrofiiloua orei, Al.cfMp, ainl 1II1
iliartflntf ununtla, mi J nver ( elen of llHiltitf.
Hcaljr and l'Jin tly DUeaata of the kln and Kral,
nrr mot H(dilr nnd tconoinlcallf etirtd liy l)i
( utlcura Itcmedits.
IT IS A FACT.
H und m!i of tctlen In our MMeu!on (cop to 1 ol
whttli mar be had bv return mall) are our author
ity for tho assertion that Hkln, Htaln, and Mood
iiuiuora, wiipiiifr ncroiuioiifl, inherited or ion
tajtloiia, tnaj NOW he pcrmanentlr cured by Cut I
curt Ktaolrcnt, the D w II ood l'urlfl. r, Internally,
and (utlcura and Oil leu ra Hoap, tho Rrral Hkln
Curcaaitd lleaittlflers, eiternall), In one-half Uin
time and cxptnne of any other season.
C utlcura Ileiiitdic aro the greatest medicine
nn earth. Had Hie wont caao Malt Klieuiu lu Ui is
eniinlry. Mj mother had It twenty veara, and lu
f id died from It. I believe Cuttcurn would have
naval her life. My anna, tlc&l and head wero
totered for three yeara, which iiothlnir rellercd or
cured until I uaed tho Cutlcura ltnolvcnt, Inter
hally, and Cutlcura and Cutlcura Hoap, cuter
ally. J. H'. Adah, Newark, u.
The halt haa not bten told aa to the Knat cura
Hti iioocra of tha Cutlcura llemedle I have
lald hundred of dollars fur medicines tocurc ills
ei.es ot the blood and skin, and never found any
tiling yet to equal tha Cutlca'ra Ktiuodlcs.
Itt ttt A. C, ,.(... a II.hI.I... t, t
v...nn. ... ,. ,, bl.nS lU.IVIUIItl", It. 1.
Sold by all Drugglita. I'rlre: Cuticcba, 50c:
J(k(lL KMT. II! hflAP. 9ft ,.inll 1. ll,A
riutKii Diil'n anhCiikmicalCo, Doalon, J!a
fmml for "How to (Jure Hkln lllaeiiaea."
RFAI ITV For 'J"1 Sunburn, and Oily
Skin, Cutlcura hoap.
VIIOI.KHA AMI YKt.t.OtY '.
Mnlarlat, Mlamallo and Contagious or I J l.lamlc
I'uru-Ks.aiiu many ailments attending
(limine of climate, food and water, may
be entirely prutented by nearlog a Cutl
cura I'll sleroer the till of tho Bloiiiacli,
will! Irequeat cliaages, whenever exiKji.d
InllllMA ffpllnna A no. a . !..... t-
ctttctod hy It win n all other plasters fall. It Is
i.,o ,".i pmier anown 10 pnyairiaiis and drua.
gists. At iltugift.ts Vk.; riveter 81. Malledfrce.
I'ciTTiR Dkiii ami chemical lo., lloaton.
Complete Treatment, with Inhaler,
for every form of Catarrh, $1.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
lleaill oils, Watery Discharge i from the Nc
and 1-ycs, Kinging Noises In Ihc Head, Nenous
ltradacho and tever instantly iclleved.
I libMng mucus dlsludgod, membrane cleansed
and healel, breath sweetened, amell, taste, and
h arlngn stored, and ravages clieckod.
Cough, llronchltls, Droppings Into the Throat,
Palna In the I lied, Dyspepsia, Wasting of felrenglh
an 1 Flesh, fiss of Mirp, etc., curod.
One bottle Iladlcal Cure, one Iiot. Catarrhal bo!
veutaiidorie Dr. Sanford's Inhaler, In ono pact,
age, ot all druggists, t..r Jl. Ask for Sanford'a
Itadlcal ( ure, a pure distillation of Witch llael,
m. l'lne.t a. Hr, Marigold, ( lover Illosjouis, clc.
Putter llriiK anil Chemical Co., Huston.
Al I laVt N'c ''If '"f Rliatlerel
rOULIN() Nenes I'ulnliil Muvlis
V T7i -wJ.Jy "n'1 Weakened Organs
JLynABi lolllna' oltalc I tec
trie l'laster 'ustaiilly af
fects the ne mi system
and banishes tiiiii, nervous
hiictro Oalvsnic lUtlcry
combined with a htglily
iiieillrial Piaster for Sv
ri r rri.n
A ItiiM'.liiii HpvIi'w.
Wi null1 at li.iit it inilo ami a half
ji 1st tin) lino of teiiN, anil must liao
n I'll CO, 000 iiiiii. Tlio loiinil H iiot
ti 1 arcuUntc, anil altogether w oil sintoil
for i,aiiii jiui po-ui. At tlio ml wo
camo upon thu (itutril roi;inionfs anil
tlio l'roobraji'iinky Keiriniont, with
whom linislic'il tho UHjioLfion, ami hoio
woro as-i'iulilcil all tho h.tuiU ami
ilrunis, tu tlio utimhor of 80T), iu out)
oiuiii.ict in.iis f.iciti"; tho Kui'uess'-i
iailiun or tout, at tho eloor uf which
ilio ami lit r ltilios uliirlitLil. mill wiio
joini'il li tho r.mju'ror ami (!raml
Duki'S. U'o all ilismoiiutcil ami camo
inside tho square, of which tho tojaltj
ami stall' formed ouo side, thu musicians
tho cejiposito tilde, tho other two sides
hoiii"; composed of olliccrs of thu ar
iinn corps who hud hitmed to tlio spot,
lu the center, on a uioiiud, stood tho
conductor of tlio united bauds uf music,
and near him ono drnmmcr-bcn, (or
peihaps a lad uf 'M.) Wo (tho foiciLfu
missions) stood lu line, and tho Kinper
oroamodown from tho pailion and
spoko to each of tliofjcnerals, lie was
".ciy gracious to mu, aud inquired about
my hen ico aud tlio commands X had
held. This oor, ho stood alono iu tho
center, aud a detachment of Sergeants
iu full mat ching order passed him ono
by one, each Soigcaut giving tho oo
uiug iouirt of his picket uud of tho
Usual "watch-fcetting" in a loud oice,
thu C'ar thus fultilliug for tho moment
tho lolo of camp commandant. Wo
((jonerals only) woro then taken up,
ono by one, to tho Kuiprcss, who talked
to mo about tho Princess of Wales,
C'owes, Usboiue, tVc, aud was alto
gether gracious and chaiiuing. Then
tea was handed round, aud tho crowd
of otlicers aud of tho troops generally
kept closing round tho square as tho
hour lor "the retreat," or Zuiia, drew
nigh. Meanwhile lu'tny clouds had
gathered in tlio huiuou, and u stuim
bceiued to thteateu us, though tho mow
dowu tho .slope and ocrthe ulle to
.Kiasnoc, distant about n mile, was not
reudcied less beautiful by tho combi
nation of waning sunlight and threat
cuing clouds. Ktght o'clock tiotimla;
each field batter) lircs an oenmg gun,
tlueo tockcts ahool Into tlio ail, aud tlio
drums aud bauds roll out, with a .sol
emnity and Miliimo of sound not e.i-il)
forgotten, tho evening h) mu. At tho
lust uiiti s die oil, thu tliiimmei ho
.stejis forward, tho liamlmastcr de
scends, ami tho little diimiim I, sole oc
cupant of tho Miuaii', repeats slnul)
but wrth jierfcct dlstinctneas tlio hold's
i'liijur. J.vt'ry head is uucoveied and
liows, fiom tho Kinpeior to tho fuithci
most spectator, aud l .should from ni)
lie.ut pit) tlio man who, m tho little
liid's Amen" went up iu its Mihtai)
aimplicity, could ucoU at oroveu hu uu
impicsseil by tlio hileucei which follow
ed. 'I'iieie was a total abseneo of all
eMiggeiatloli or sttaiuiug ful iucioaaed
clhct. 'lho bands then ' list foith
uitlitlieKiissl.tiination.il air, mi wilt
known to all of us, and tho .scene
closed as night fell. Luui-Uai. lluj
ijiuiun, in tHackwuoiVa Mayaim..
Pic-litlm.'! Ancient mill Moilein,
Tho onl) difl'ereuco between ancient
and modern armies Is tho application
of htoam, gunpowder, and dvii.unilo
ave'i) great ouo in uppcafauce, hut
not mi much lu leallt). Modciu ai
lllies do nut lieiel to bo so lingo ill tho
Held as ancient III lilies; i,ct it Is wn ques
tloualile whether feuer people nio te
quiied for an cllcttivo war iu niudcin
tiiues than that uf old, 'lho ineu who
mitku thu powder and dynamite nnd
tho girls who lilt tho cattiidgi's aio
quite as much pait and parcel of a
model u ai my as tho boldlers who lire
them oil', aud tun pictt) ne.iilv similar
lisks. Tho methods of modern wat
faio arocxac;tlj lliu nutuo as of ttuticnt
DRY GOODS I CARPETS
(food Calico only 3c.
Goods in All Departments at Speaking Prices.
The largest stock of Carpets in the city at the lowest prices. New
Carpets received every day. We solicit a call.
BLACK, BROTHER & CO.
wailaic, ana i datively not union muro
ellectic, though just as coariui and
hi utal. Thu long bow was qulto as ef
feclno a weapon us the rille, and mod
el u cannon tlo uot seem to bo any gloat
advance ou tho Oitlistie anil batteiiug
raun of tho ancients. In naval war
faie we have actually gone back again
to one of the most ancient naval maneu
vers, that of ramming. Tho aiego
ttamsof tho piesent day nru just as
ciimheisouio as sicgo trains in times
when, as tho bible tells us, Moun
tains and hills were made low ami al
io, s exalted, wheu rough places woio
made plain and the ciooked straight."
bcleueo lias not vet .said its laBt word
on the adaptation of natuio's secrets to
lesislaneo against lapme, carnage, anil
wiong, whether uxorci-i-il li natioD
against nation or nations against indi
viduals. l.M'ii now substances aro
known to chemists fhlch it onlj needs
liuei niech nncil skill to m ike into clli
cient and invincible agents for defend
ing civilization against hai barUni and
navagei,. li.it seciels m.iv be, and
no doubt aie', hid m tlio wunih of na
ture, and aio waiting to be levcalcd by
the hand ot science, can otil bo con
jectuted. Hut we m i bo sure of this
nnicli.t thai tho lughui the civiliatiou
and the moio developed the intellect of
the ftiliuo llio moio hopehss. will bo
eiimothe attempts of meih and adven
titious b iilianaiis against 'the well-being
of t ioh and Inghl, cnihcduatioiis.
If liie lhiiii.iiis hail Icti to lliitam with
their uv ill ition a" liodj ot physical
kiiowledgi -mill ir to that even ul lu
ilav, tile .axoli conquest would hate
hecu impossible. J lit. A ertitlur.
Tin U.i) the Unit Is I :n forced.
"Hire, bu, bl i. k ui boots'" shouted
a iu tu m fioiil of the Astur lionse ves
tcidiv,:ii lie lucked up against tho
stone w ill 'I lie little Italian gamin
tin w hiniM If into position fur tlio
shine, and hud polished one shoe, when
something like '.'.it) pounds uf human
lli sh sWaggi led down the hold steps,
gave tho bootblack a kick, anil ex
claimed. "(lit aw.iv fiom here, joti oung
scamp votti place is not aioiind here.
Come, skip, ' and lo emphasise thu re
mark auuthci kick was administered to
the I id that made him gtab his box aud
jump aw tv.
"U't II, joii'in a line specimen," naiil
tlic astonish i rimt indi'iiunl patron of
the bootblack. "Von ouglit to bo
asliaun d uf voiiiM ll, Dovotiuwu tlio
i at tlii '
"It's airui the iiiles of the hotel. Vull
will have to go acioss tlio stiect h) tho
n 1 , , ., js'i, 1 I " r ' "" ''"'u'ul'init'.UUiiiiiJS
Ih.'srangei called tho fiightcned promptly treated. A sllghtntlackof indiges
bootblack, and inovid along tlio Mile- . tlon may d"velon into dvenonsia. a slLht ir
walk about twinlv feet, vvheio hu back
ed up ilg-iliist the hotel tigiiiu and told
tho 1 id to shine up tho other shoo. He
fore tho boy had liuislicd tho big porter
walked p.is't, but did not oxeiciso his
authoiitv again. Acio York. him.
'lho Journal of Inebriety thinks Unit
thu t iimulatiro action uf alcohol ou
thu hi am eeutets exists to a greater ex
ti m tn tu is generally supposed. Man
ineu wliu dunk icgulaily through thu
day mid set 111 no worse lor it become
intoxicated laic at night, although they
have nut used spiuts dllliug tlio eve
ning. "It appeiis," says the edltoi,
"th it alcohol, liko biouiide, may le
main 111 the system to somo extent
without pruduc fug any ma'iked action,
and tin 11 siiddeiily.fionisouio uukuowu
cause, buist lulu gieat activity, pro
ducing profound intoxication. Tho
reasons lor this du not seem to bodeliu
itel undiisiood, though thoy aro
thought lo bo of a combined physiolog
ical aud psychological 11 iture, aud
party duo tu climatic conditions.
Among other items iu tho Indian
cuutiact awaided last week woro ouo
doseu pie-plates. Wo may hu able to
get nd of tho Iudiaus oiler all. Huston
A VV'atklnu' Skeleton.
Mr. K. Springer, of Mechanicsburg, Pa.,
writes "I was alllicled with lung fevret and
abscess uf the lungs, and reduced to a walk
imj ikeUlon, (lot a fice trial bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery tor Consiimptlon,whlch
did me so much good that I bought a dollar
bottle. After using three bottles, found my
self once more a man, completely restored to
health, witll a hearty appetite and n gain in
l!eh of foit-cight pounds. Call nt Chas,
Ludlow's Drug Store and get a free trial bot
tle ot this certain e ure for nil lung diseases.
Largo bottlei l.
Tlitiiiauuila uy ho.
Mr T. W. Atkins, (lirard, Kan., writes. "I
nevir hesitate to recommend your Kin trie
Hitlers tu my customers, they give entire sat
isfaction, aud are rapid aellers." Klectric
Hitters are the purest and best medicide
know u, and will positively cuio kidney and
liver complaints. Uurily the blood and regu
late the bowels, No ftvuily can allorcl to lie
wl.hout them. The will save hundreds of
dollars in duitor'j hills every ear. Sold at
lifly ceuts a bottle by Chas. Dudlow.
Itiiiklvn'a Arnlen Hulvo.
Tho best Balve lu the world for Cuts
Uralses, bores, Uliers, Halt Ilbeum, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skin Kruptious, aud l-oslllvely
cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price '25c. per boi. For sale by
DLACK BRO. et CO
Good Gingham only 3c.
Good Brown Muslin 4c.
turn ah n thai:
IJow vain the lovlbfjclnrta thnt fl
From e'en the moat bewilehinir iyc,
Unlefa Ihc teeth ore pure ami bright
Anil ever kept a snowy white.
If you would save jour teeth from harm,
In SOZOUUXT j ou d find the charm
I'lumntiils mill 1'iiirU.
I'yes bright us diamonds should be supple
mented by teeth white 119 pearls, anil this lat
ter element of beaut can lie6ecured bj using
SO.ODONT. It brushed iu uiuht and morn
log this fragrant vegetable preparation is
guaranteed to preserve tho ouii'ues of the
teeth and prevent their turning jcllow.
The development this season in house
painting 13 green root", and umber und prim
rose are the fashionable color for wood
William J. Coughhn, of Hotnerville, Mas ,
saj-s In the fall ot 187( 1 wus taken with
Weeding of lurgs follow ed li. n severe cough,
I lost my appetite and fltali.ntnl was ccmhned
to my bed. In 1877 I was admitted to the
Hospital. The doctors said I hid 11 hole in
my lungs as big as a half dulhit. At one
time a report went around that I was dead.
I gae up hole, but a fiieud told me. of Dr.
William Hall's Balsam for the Lungs. I got
a bottle, when, to my surprise, 1 commenced
to feel better, and todi) I feil belter than for
three years pint.
Sometimes the are brought 1111 siuMenl;
by accident or 1 rushing dis iti r. (leuerallv
they steal on without notice, the result of
anxiety, overwork, hard stud, anil closi de
votion to hu-iiifs. Idle lo-es its sparkle and
eveiy net becomes 11 burden. To remedy
such a state of allairs, use Hrow n's Iron Hit
ters. Dr. b. V Ilundy, Oncnton, Ky. says,
"I found Drown' Iron Kilters one ot the best
tonlrs, and have priseribcil it frequently '
Colonel . J. White returned lust evening
from Chautauqua, and retorts 11 very pleas
ant, profitable and well attended session of
the Ohio Teachers' Association The teach
ers nnd others who accompanied him re
mained at the lake. Colonel White went lo
Mt. Steihng, Madison count, this morning,
where tonight he musters the new cuinpunv
assigned to the bevent'i rigiiueiit, O N (J.,
returning early tomorrow mcrtiiug The
matter ol locution lor the annual rigiiiieutnl
enenmpment will be setlled next Vonda
Delays are dangerous. This is an iiphori'tr
that applies most aptly to diserse, while it
may appear trilling at the first may rapid y
a nPs7fmTi Infn mrm cui-isia imnllr ntm n ho?
regularity of the kidneys may soon become a
dangerous complaint, a slight cough is liable
to quickly manifest itself as a faint pulmonary
aflectlon. Delay no longer. Mishler's Herb
Bitters will check the advance 0! the disease
and restore you to health.
A llrtiat 1114 overy.
Mrs. Emina Clark's Combined Medicine
nnd Hair Restorer removes all dandruff
from the scalp and renders it perfectly
healthy. It will cure all diseases of the
scalp, also cures neuralgia headache, ner
vous headache and reruovts pimples Irom the
face, restores gray hair to its natural color
and produces a luxuriant growth of the hair.
This preparation is perfectly Iree Ir m pois
onous drugs. Sattshiclion susrnrteed or
money refunded. This Hair Kistoicr is pie
pared and sold by Mrs. I.nima Clark, South
Charleston, Chirk count, Uhie, or her au!
thoriied agents Agents wanted, (live it a
trial. Price $1 per bottle.
For sale by Ad. Bakhaus k Co, Drugging,
23 Kast Main etrect, and II. II. ol'e, corner
Market and High streets, Theo. Trmpe, T. J.
Casper, and Montamis k Garwood
A htitislblei m.iii
Would use hemp's Balsam tor the Throat
and Lungs. It is curing more cais of
Coughs, Cohh, Astnma, llronchltls, Croup and
all Throat and Lung Troubles, thin any other
medicine. The proprietor Las authorized Dr.
T. J. Casper, Druggist, to re (uud your mouty
it after taking three-fourths ot a buttle, relief
is not obtained, Price 50c aud 11.00, Trial
A ItKI.IAlll.i: AHIICI.K.
For enterprise, push and desire to gel such
goods as will give the trade satisfaction, Ad
Bakhaus k Co., die Druggists, leads all com
petition. We sell Dr llotniiko'a C'jugh and
Lung Syrup, because it Is the hot medicine
ou the market, fur Coughs, Cold, Croup and
Primary Consumption. Price 'iC cents and
f 1.00. Samples free.
CUIti:sj Kill 111. KM.
Piles are irequentl preceded by a sense ct
weight In the back, loins and lowtr art ol
the abdomen, causing tho patient to suppose
be has somo etfection ot the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, unessiuiss
of the stomach, etc A moisture, like per
spiration, producing n very difaigteeabln Itch
ing, after getting warjn, is a common at
tendant. Blind, Hleedlng and Ilchiug Piles
yield at onco to the application ot Dr,
lloeanko's Pile Kerned), winch atts directly
upon tilts parts atfeited, absorbing the
Tumors, aliasing the Intense Itching, and
effecting a permanent cure, Price 50 cents
Sold by Ad. Bakhaus k Co
Aliout every perron has some luim nt 3 lot
ulous poison latent in his veins. When this
develops into siroluloiis sures, ulcus 01 erup
tions, or takes the form ol iheiiiiialtsui or or
ganic ilUiaaif, the ut!ering tl ai eusues Is ti-r.
rihle beyond description. Hence tht gruti
tude of those who dlciover, ns thousands
yearly do, that Ajer's Satsapaiilla will thor
oughly eradicate this evil from the system.
Bleached Muslin 3c.
To most children the bare suggestion of a
dose of castor oil is nansentlng. Why not,
j then, when physic is necessary for the little
I ones, use Ajer's Cathartic Tills? They com-
1 bine every essential and valuable principle of
me CHiiinrtlc medicine, and, being sugar
coaled, are easily taken.
When the blood carries Its due nronorllon
I of esch of the acid', alkalies and other ele
ments ot which it is composed, perfect and
painle's hialth Is the result. Let the propor
tions 1h changed by the Imperfect working of
one cr more ot the vital organs, and intlam
mation, pain, weakness and disease are the re
sult. Dr. Carpenter's Calculi Uesolvent at
tacks the scat of disease in the vital organs,
and remove 'he foreign substances (Calculi)
that impede their action, thus banishing the
inllammation and restoring the organs them
sell es to perlect working order. Asa conse
quence, the constituent elements ot the blood
nre soon restored to their proper proportions,
and join, inflammation and disease vanish.
Sold l)j J. J. llrown.
II ll: No l'iiml.
Smart Weed and llelledonna combined with
the other ingredients tied in the best porous
plasters make Carter's S. W. k II. Hacknche
Plasters the best In the market. Price 25
Out Iluur 9orta,
Willi the opening of the season of outdoor
sports conies the time of trouble for the poor
victims of Hay I'ever and Hose Cold, for
them tlowers have no odor, and the summer
little cr no beauty. To enutf, sneere and wipe
their vvieping eyes for three or four succes
sive months this is their pitiable portion.
There Is no help in sea-voyages, there is no
help in high mountain air. But then is a
positive care in lily's Cream Halm. Try It.
II ou continue to sulli r it is liecause you
neglect a remedy as sure as it is cheap and
I nunt Merit Head Tht.
The Voltaic Belt Co., of Marshall, Mich.,
offer to send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic
Belt and other Klectric Appliances on trial
for thirty days, to men (young or old) afflicted
with nervous debility, loss ot vitality and
manhood, nnd all kindred troubles. AJso for
rheumatism, neuralgia, paralysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. Xo
risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al
lowed. Write them at once for illustrated
Maverick National Bank,
Capital, - . $400,000
Accounts nf lianas, Hankers and Mercantile
finus received, and business connected with bank-
I-onJon corrcdiiomlent, City Hank, "Limited."
Asa I'. I'ottlk, l'res. J. W. Won. Ciah.
: '""'"I I ll,.,l 4 I I .. v a
VHU. 4S. m u j 0
I n fl a m a t ion,
Heals lho Sores,
It e 8 1 0 r es tlio
Sense of Taste
& SniellTA quick
H-Vf-EEVER & Positive Cure.
llfty centaat drugiilata; 60 cents tiytuail regis
tered, heml for circular. Bampla by uiall lOcla.
1.1,1 imuTJIKKH I)ruBHiiU,()s.fo, N, Y-
rilt lll V IflUPsIrT msa.lja thai oan lu. HlnmaMl l.
111 I urv.niM r ftt r liirt-i -AtM-L- Hr. If not fjund
Inrrtry n). t.mui n il u ruinUtTl i nIt-r. Mada
in v 1 fy 1 1 tlM ituit prlmi. SMI ty tlrvt-oUM
1 1 nirjHlh'ii lkMaru 1 f turtbUB Imitations
inn li-einntu' imlotsU It linn Itnll'g DMilx 1 n thtt Ik
CM'CACO CORHtT CO., Chicago, III.
.(vii-tj j e ft
inr (nepir ion k i tt
i t l . i'4 ett e
v tie 1 lcj I tu If l rl
that It 1 a c vrn ti in:
iatikUctli ninlwt via n t
rtiiaic lj itwiumeuJ n,
J ('. HU.tn J. i..
jQlttiW& Bet lei
Wf Ji.lj bTttvt
W. t a mill. At t-.it.
iVlD rtCl UNTnLHlrVtDl
vA written guarantee or cur. mt. n in
caie uu.lerui.eii. )aii eonsuiiaiiuna rrs
ftaicra'ii. Dr. Clarke's Celetirateil Uoul
Baas nurj.'iJW-j. 'i."
ruiUKt tin plain tuveiui'vaj aivv aauaiB.
r. 0, (UBU, I. P.. 1M TaM It, ClaclaaaU, Cala,
RAILWAY K TABLE
Ul.r.lnail, Unlurabiia, IJInelunavtl nnrl In.
ORKAT CK.NTItAl, 'iBlhfK K01J7K.
ICLWX A-lNu 'VJKWX'.
rhrouah car, with mnnFctlnaa In Cnlon Depot.
Only direct Una Tla (larelaiid, IluOalo and Ml
aura I-alla lu New York and New rngland.
Direct connectlona for all rioulhern, Koulhweat
ern and ;V (item poluU, ellhr by way of Clocln
natl, Jndlanapolli cr HI. 1-oula. 1-ast Iliao, New
bqulimeit, and running through tba moil poiia
lar part of the country: poaaeMlng ary appll
no for apeod ai.d comfort known to t aenloo
able Tho Heat Uoad-lled and the Haftat Iload la
the Weal. Tlckota by this popular rout, lor tale
at all regular tloket ottloM.
A.. J. HMIT1I, Oenaral Paaaenger Agent.
U C. C. & I. RAILWAY.
Tritni Uiti Sclaf last.
Nlk,bt Erprona 13.11a m
W"3.nK, ,e1, t;o1, Acoom 7:ro a m
. Y. A llemUin rJxpreas D ria 111
flliclnnatl A N. Y.Kaat Llno .. D ji p m
C'l.veluu 1 aal Line. 8:35 p in
TralciLtar Oeiif Sotti,
Midnight Eipreaa II 8. a rrr
Ulnolutiatl and HI. Louis Lliu "anil a ru
BprlngHekl A C'luulnuntl Kzpretm... H. 1,0 am
Cincinnati Frvht Line .. 12 2b p m
Houtlieru Kipresm J.Mpm
Darlon, 4 Clu. Kx 6 (8 p m
Hprfd. 4 Cln. Acxom, Huiiclay only, 7:CU a in
Dayton, 8prlnglle!d and Del Accotn... ... 7 10 p m
Irilai arrlrs Troa Sottb.
Midnight UxpnwH 12-35 am
Dartou. Hpg. and Del Accorn 7'50a IU
N, Y, A Ivcwtiiu Kxpreaa . .tf 0sv iu
Clu. AHprlngfteld Expreaa ll.Kn in
Cleveland Kant Line .. S.XSr.m
,rt i"t ,....-. .-w
eiu Aocom. 6-.aj p ra
,iu. a is. 1 . r aae. Liiue. ssj ti) p m
BifM. A Cln. Acoiun., Hunclay only i.'JJ p in
itnai AtriTi rna 111..
Night Kxprew) 2:2.5am
Clntl and Bt Ixiula l.im 5 10aia
Cincinnati Kast Line... . ., 12 25 p m
Kmtliern Kxprexs, . ... ., 8,5pm
ColuinbiiH, Delaware I)a)touAo 7.10pm
riiese tralm aie the only ones running on
Train lenvlug at tfw a, m. Jinfl through
aloep ng oar to lloaton und .New York with
The train leaving at 8 Si has, parlor carlo
Cleveland, connecting with the turoasli
Train leavltg BprliigtleM at 140 p ra haa
aleeper to .New iork without change.
All train run liy Central utandard Tlma
which la a uilnutea alowcr than Kpringfleld time,
eiku. II. K.viiiut,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Depot.
3 THIOU FMK1B IMUS 3
w Jail , each way, w
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Ra-
clininp Chair Cars on
And 1 loffanl Modern Cotchesou Day lrauia.
Steel Uails, Jliller riatioi!unand
Coupler, Air llrakes uud all
Shut-teat uli.l Must lilrHllu Uiiute Be
twonii tlio lluatnnd Wat. Tlrough
Tickets unil llaL'Ki'Xu Check
Co all Principal fuluta.
Particular adTantaRos o'Jerel to Western Eml.
granla. Laud and lourist Ticket, to all mint
reached by any line.
l'ascuiiertraliuIeaebirin;fleld,0 .from Onion
DeiMjt as follows
Going Laat, G 06 a. iu. , 5S a. m., S:2S n. ra.
!M ('. 111
(.oiiig VVst '-Da o., H.a5a. ni.,5.S0 p. ia.
Holng .North, - .Vj a. ui., 10 00 a. ui t:2u p. iu,
Holu Soulb, o. 6. it It , 10.JU a. m., SMi p. m.
Itotu tii,.'ii5a. m.,M0a. in., 11:19 a. in , 5 (0
) rom West, 2 10 0. m., 9 15 a. iu , 9 10 i in.
1-ruia ,urtli, 1 00 a ui.,9rct m, 1:05 a. m.
Iroui fiiutli 9 60 a. tu., ' Ju p. m,
V. K. lleliileraiiu, , . Ilronixill,
l.tu'l Manager Oen'l llcael Jut,
I). II. Iteiuili:. Agont, aprlnneld, ej.
Ohio SiMltliern llUlalon.
trains Arrl.e from Jackson and.Washlnoto.. t. H
Sprlngl'ld K. n.
No. I (excel t Sunday) ..5.15 p.m. 4:30 p. m
No. J(oice tbuuday) 10 10 a. in. S:60. a. w
Trains Depirl for JicVion and WaiHagtoa C H
bprlngt'ld U. K.
No 1 (except fcuu Jay) 11.15 a. m. 10-80 a, m.
No. i (eacept btiudar) S:o5 p. u. 5 8S p. ia
N. V. 1. & O. KAII.WAV.
Trtl-i Letts iro'ag tut
No. 2 accotn tn. dally, except Suuday 4 50 n.m..
No. I, N.1 Uiulted dally.... 10 JJa.ru,
No, 8, New York hi press daily. 9 31 p, ai.
Train Lmvi going Wait.
No l.rin. Eir rca dally Jl'ODa, m,
No. 5, bl. L. Uiulted hipreu daily. 5. 29 p. m.
No 4 learlog here at 10:.'9 a. iu. arrlrcs In New
York tlio next luorniug at 11. oil a. m. '44 huura
lliroughtu New lurk without change ot
lor IklcM to all iwlnti North, f-outh, East and
West and lurtlier luforiuittlou, call on
J, 1) I'm kiikr, Afeui, offlce In St. James Hotel.
t ree liacka from city to de ot for all paasengers
going east 10 lullea orbeyonl. Leave order (or
liack at ticket oihce one hour before departure of
PAN HANDLE ROUTE!
l, C. & St. L. Railway.
L. M. llhlslou .Siuiiigllelel Jlrunch.
No. II. No. 7.
W R '
I x press Ix press.
I.t 'prlugfld, t 10am 110 15am l 15pm
LT.).irVs 7 TJatii ll.'iiain 4.!6iim
AT. jtema .oiaiu ll.aium
. . -.!-' - r .. . f ..
Ar Ilayton 8 l-ami li 0.1pm
10 !0m 2 15pm
7.50pm 7 W)im
No. 9, hastern Express, leaves BprlngfielJ 8.40
a. m , bellow .springs 9til a, m. Arrive Xenla
gwa 111 . cxiiuiuuiis ii.iu a in.
No. li. No. .
! 30a in
1 to 00am
Ilavtun. v8 40am
" . Snr'irsi ll.saml
rtp'gf'ld. I 10 .0am
No. 10, laical Accommodation, leaves Xenla 6.30
a.m. Arrlro Y'ellow bprlngs 0,15 a. in,. Sprlne.
Held 7.00a. m. if
Dally. tlalljr except Sunday.
Train No. 1 makea immediate connections al
Xenla for Washington (X II., Uilllltottie, Cincin
nati aud folumiius. No. 9 is the I'&at Kastern
l.xpress, making Immediate connections at Xenla
for Pittsburg, Harrlaburg, Washiugton. Haltlmor.,
1'hllailcli lila. New i ork, Itoston, all Kastern and
New f-nglanu paints. Also through car serviceor
Cleveland. No. 11 makes dloct oou
neitloiis at Xi'ula for Cincinnati, Louis
ville and polnla bouth, through tralus (or Men
mond, liidUuaMjs, til, laiuts and olnta West,
No 6 Is the famoua Limited Kxrress and makea
direct connections at Xenla for Columbus, Iltt.
burg, llarrhburg, Baltimore, Washington, Phila
delphia. New ork. Huston, all Kastern at.4 New
hngland p.)luts, also Immediate connection for
Cleveland, llutlalo, Niagara Talis, Albany and
Syracuse, N. 1 No. 7, lost Line, Western and
Hu'itliirn I xrrrss, making Immediate connection,
at .enlafor (Inclnnail, Liulsvllle, Chattsnooka
Naslivilte, Miiiiplits, and New OrleaLs, aud
lor lib hi.iunj, Chicago, and iolnt
In the North and Northwest, Indianapolis, bU
lduls, Kansas (liy and points lu the eit and
bnulhuest. All trains run on Central time,
which Is 2-5 minutes slower than city time, lick
els sold and baggage checked lo all points In tha
United Mates, und reliable Informaiion, can ba
obtained at the ottlce of the Com
iiauy's Agent, this city. Particular la
formation aa to time of train oonnsjo
tlous, raliis, etc., cheerfully furnished.
Call on J.M.HINKH, City Ticket Areal,
B, A, Foao, (Jeneral l'aasengar Afiat.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
V 3 i
iW " ' "l
- . i'f'awss