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Tbe Dtjton Journnl sayi Chaplain Earn
haw is ilowl tinklnfr
I, V. Hjhlnni lies been rpRjiolutcil fott
mm'tr nt Yellow Spilriji.
Lai union tu the NtiltlliM lloiu.
The Uuristlan Sablnth achool will huld
their annual p'ctilc nt the Soldiers' Home,
iMvton, Ohio, on TutiJny, July 141b,. l'ncei
80 cents lor adult) and 40 tents lot cbildriti
under 12 jer. hail will leave depot at
8.15, nillrrftd time All are invited.
rllte Agricultural llorcrtlN injunction Suit.
In order to settle the doubts arii-lug In
the Injunction suit, Oscar T Martin, Attorney
lor tbo Trotting Park Association, seat a
moa'enger to Xenia this morning with an
entry allowing an order agalrst the defend
ant restraining It from committing hereafter
the nils torn plained of, but directing that the
same should not apply to existing contracts
made prior to the application. This entrj
Judge. Havres has approved and the Grand
Army Kucimpmetit, the Hicjcle Meet and
the Camp Meeting can go on without hind
rance I he Murder l'nrt?
Mrs. Hen. H. Warder opened her elegant
homo last evening and invited about twenty
five of her young friends to meet the young
ladies who htvo been visiting at Mr. William
Warder's for the pan two weeks. The even
ing wns very delighllully spent with conver
sation, chocolate and intiic, and In disuusing
the splendid collections of antiquities and art
with which the bouse is Idled. Among the
guests so gracefully entertained were Miss
Thurston, of New ork, Miss Sanford, of
Troy, .V. Y. , Mis Lockwood, of Philadelphia j
the Mics Warder, Miss Casilly, Miss Mitch
ell, of Winona, Minn., the Misses Cummiogj,
M!s Sallie MtC'onnel, ol New York; Miss
llushnell, Miss Morgan, of Cincinnati, Mls
Thotna, Miis Uoode, Miss Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs Frank (ioode, Mr. and Mr. Joe Cart
mell, Htnry Wiseman, Uob and Will Foos,
Percy Norton, Ad. Hodgers, George Warder,
Dr. Dimond, Or. Buckingham and Will Kab
Utts. Meeting of Grnntt Army Day Finance
The finance commitftes on Grand Army
Day met pursuant to call last evenmg, K F.
i 'ay ward in the chair, J. S. ShtWBlter, secre-
i'v. A motion ty II. F. Delo that special
I township committees do their canvassing
soon as possible, btginning Monday morn-
, nxt and afterward if the require!
it-nount of money is not thus raised, tbe ward
lommittees cauvass their respective wards,
was adopted after being amended by K. M.
(lagan's motion dissolving the special bui
uess men's committee and adding its members
to the proper ward committees. On Captain
Winger's motion, becretart Huffman, of the
Executive Com in 1 1 tee, w&3 instructed to fur
nish committees lib utccsarj blank bocAs
for securng subscriptions, reedy to begin
work next Monday uommg. On J. W. H
Cline's luutiun, John Foos and Oliver S.
Kelly wr aided to the tnanulacturer's com
mittee. Adjourned to meet -it Mayor's office at 9 a.
a. Monday to commence werk.
Special Ituligtuus Auncinui ernenti.
Eterci'es in objrvance of Children's I)ay(
poatponid from n former Sunday, will beheld
in the tfcon.l Knglish Lutheran church, cor
net Hilton an i B lerstre-us tomorrow, nkic,"
tan plafe ; too rttruia. -. -ruing semi", 1 v
prerfom arrangement, mule seveial wteks
go. The members of the Sabbath tchool if
he church will take part pnncijally in the
exercises, for w hicb special preparation hs
been made under direction of the veteran
superintendent and Sabbath school worker,
M-. P. A. Schindler.
The nnnnal camp meuting of North street
A. M. 12. (hutch begins tomorrow at the
county Fair Grounds. The order of exercises
for tbe oj ening day is as follows Praise
and consecration meeting 'J a m. Preaching
at 10 30 a m., J and 8 p. m., with prayer and
experienco meetings between regular servicer.
Reverends T. II. Jackson, D. D., Rev. J. E.
Kuvcll and Rev. J. M. Ross, and the evangel
ists, Mrs. J. K. Byrd and Mrs. Hunter are
expected to attend and take part in the meet
ings. Union services Sabbath evening, July 12,
First English Lutheran church Rev. W. IJ.
Webb, D D , pastor Second Presbyterian
church, Congregational church Rev. J F.
Marlay, D D pastor High street M. E. church ,
Methodist Protestant church Rov Wm H.
Warren, pastor Congregational church.
During the absence from tbe city ol the
Secretary of the Pastoral Association, pastors
will please notify Rev. Dr. Marlay whenever
there is to be any change In the programme
lor the union services.
Tliut l'lceim Shoot.
The clay J igeoa shoot which was cocked
so abruptly on the Fourth ot July at the
Fair Grounds, on account of a lack of birds,
was completed yesterday (Friday) allernoon.
The following are the men who walked ofl
First prize, Henry Hlnkle, score 18 out of
20, one box Bulldoif jdug, second prize,
Aston, 17 out of 20, one bucket of fine cut,
one sack Warder & IUrnett's flour; third
rie, J. E. Perrin, 1, one sack Hour and one
tketof fine cut Bulldog, fourth prize, Dr.
elsh, score 11, one sack flour. Mr. Hlnkle,
.ut being a member of tbe Springfield .Shoot
ing and Fishing Club, received no Hour, as
the flour was to be shot lor by members only,
according to conditions when It was pre
sented by Warder k Harnett. J. E. Perria
and Al. Slack tied on 1C lor a bucket ol fine
cat and a tack of flour. The tie was shot off,
and Perrin came out "on top." The fourth
prize wbb to be won by the lowest score. The
Doctor wisely mi'ed liu birds and got his
Htur. The following are the complete scsrei
made lu this shoot :
Aid-in 1.1 1 0 1 I I 1 1 19
vlitr ..1 0 1 1111111-9
Wlin I 1 o o l l o i o i r,
Al I'.lce . 0 1 1 1 u 1 1 o 1- ti
l'eirlu - . .1 0 11111110-8
Kuulll 1 I 0 I 0 U 1 1 1 0 6
'iuUi.il .l u i i o l i o i a c
(.'. ltletl 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 0 0 1 . 8
Itiukln ..... .. 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 U 7
Al, Hiuk 1 1 CI 1 I 1 1 1 0 1 H
Hlnkle .. . 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1-10
Ault 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1-U
Altnn - 11 11 11 1" 10 S
Weller - 1U 10 Ol 1 II 6
Mouilisa ..01 01 II 01 ') 5
tv eUh HI II 01 1 1 tut- 6
Al. Uke..... ., 0 0l 11 11 II 7
1'rrrlu 11 11 10 Mil-
lCoon. ... . ........ 10 11 11 01 01- 7
TuUnd 10 11 10 11 II S
c. Ulce ......oi n ol 10 ul- c
lUnkln ......... , .... 01 01 II 11 11 a
Al. HUclt 10 11 01 11 11- 8
lllnkls...... ... 11 II 10 II 01 M
Ault ..... ................. W 11 10 01 0U- i ,
Tin. Alleged Trundle In Dr. I fonntd'a
It Is already known that a correspondent
of the Commercial Gazette was in this city
two days personally interviewing raeinliers,
ollitlals and others ot the Central M. 1!.
church, of which Dr. Leonard, Prohibition
candidate for Governor, is pastor. It has
beeu reported on the one hand and denied on
the other that there was serious trouble lu
the church In consequence ol the pastor s
ctndldtcy and signs of an open rupture. Tlie
Con-merclal Gazette this morning has three
. luinns of interviews indicating that. If tbe
s 'j-vtion Is not so bad as reprcsensed by
some it is considerable, strained, and
liable to become, H9 the man
siid about his wife, "no better
very last." The burden ol the statement,
which eem tove been geuerally cautious
and dispassioV, is that the Doctor has made
a gnat tnlsda, and while his people regard
him in tho kindlltt manner personallj and
as their pastor they, with few exceptions,
discountenance his entering the political field
In the character he has, and will not support
him at the polls Humming it all up the
correspondent savi that, out of a membership
ol nearly 800 in Central church Dr. Leonard
will receive from -0 to J a voles, including
Democratic, Prohibitionists, and all who
have voted that ticket for jeare. Only lour
of the Ofbcial Hoard, ot 32 members, sup
port Leonard a candidacy. Uev. Dr
Marlay says to the best of his in
formation only two memliers of
High street M. K. church will vote for Dr.
Leonard and A K Ludlow, Prohibition can
didate four years ago, is one of that two. Tbe
correspondent says "Methodists arc an in
telligent people, and the attempt ot Dr. Leon
ard, through his conferente resolution, to
work them up Into n crusade agulust the
principles, of the Stent lair and tbe Republi
can party will be futile.
John Johnston, chairman board of trustees,
'aid he wished to avoid trouble in the church
hut didn't care to see podtics mixed up with
religion in this intimate manner He and
his son are for I'oiaker.
J..U. Chno is a Republican and will
vote the Republican ticket. He said that It
had been prcpowd to rescind tho resolution
asking Dr Leonard's return as pastor another
year, but didn't know what would be done.
Peter Slack was verj outspoken. He Is
, one of the strongest supporters of the church,
but his feelings es to the pastor's position
were such he had taken his letter from tbe
church When part ot tho congregation de
tached themselves several years ago and or
ganized St Paul church, it locked gloomy for
tbe Central churth in a financial sene, and
old Peter Slick declared that the Central
should have a pastor, and the best one in the
conference, if he bid to pay his salary him
self. Superintendent Milrs (Myers') of the Sun
day school, had asked for his letter, although
personally a friend of the pator, and had
told him he ought to resign his pastorate.
Chatles II Schaeffer, treasurer, said that
tbe acceptance by Dr. Leonard of the guber
natorial nomination from the political Prohi
bitionists was tbe greatest calamity that had
ever overtaken the Central M. K. church.
J. S. Shcwalter, secretary, said he loved
Dr. Leonard, but, as a Republican, should
vote for Foraker. R. H. Mitchell and J. W
Burns spoke to the same effect
G.l en lly MhAnfia Ilia ( K, of South Mr.
tort M r et, l.tiHt l.vpning.
The handonie Black residence, on hoi h
Market street, so taimus for us brilliant en
Itrtainmcnts, vvus thrown open last night to
do honor to Miss Anna Black's fair gusls,
Miss Julia Buckingham, of Zantsville, and
Miss Nannie Kiersted, of Indianapolis. The
perfect summer night, the excellent music,
the splendid dancing facilities of tbe bouse,
the happy humor of the Tivacious "younger
Set," and above all, the quiet easy grace with
which the fair yojng hostess made htr
guejts thoroughly at home, all com
bined to make Miss Blatk's parly
as thoroughly delightful as can well be im
agined. The floral decorations were very
simple at-d very elegant an were all the other
appointments of the party. Miss Black and
her guests, assisted by Mi s Laura Thatcher,
received in the front drawing room, and a
little beyoDd in the west room were Mr and
Mrs. Black with a small group of their
friends, watching over tbe gaieties like the
good angels at tbe feast, to see that nothing
was wanting to complete tho happiness of
their daughters guests. Darning was the
order of the evening, and the cool evening
made It an exceedingly pleasant amusement,
Refreshments were served at eleven, and the
gaiety was continued with undiminished
pleasure until the last number on the pro
gramme had been disposed of. Among
the happy facta of the dancers
might have been seen Misses
Georgle Plalsted, Mattle Steele, Alice .Foleyi
Lulu Jeffries, Laura Coles, Ella Douglat,
Eva Carson, Delia Grove, Florence Low,
Anna liall, Matnmie Cummings, Louie Bald
win, Mary Rabbitts, May Bowman, Laura
Thatcher, Minnie Kizer, Mamie Seys, Bertha
Falconer, Louie Buxton, Nellie Baldwin, Car
rie Douglass, Messrs. Frank Clements, ol Cin
cinnati, Fred Ludlow, Frank Jolmsin, Charlie
Jeffries, Ed Hurd, Charlie and Will Hodgers,
Jim Todd, Hen Buxton, Walter BjAinan,
Bruce Charptnning, Horace, and Will Keifer,
Dick Baldwin, Mortz Richter, Ben Warder,
Frank Phillips, Frank and Kal,.h Bartholo
mew, Tom Simpson, Will "G." Rodders, and
A message telephoned (rom tbe Southern
engine houm about noon called the patrol to
David North's house, on Rice street. It was
stated North had fired two shots at his wlf,
who was making preparations to leave him
and jrt to her mother's. On arrival of the
wagon the house was found locked and de
serted. From what could be gathered among
(he neighbors it would seem there bad been
a domestic Jingle, ending In the Vifrs de
parture, as juat stated. The lady in Ihe pext
house said she heard a report, but could not
say if It was that of a pistol. One or two
other paitles declared the explosion was uoth
log more than that of a firecracker. Certain
it was no gore was shed and no arrests were
Ueturuing, the wagon answered a (all that
came in Just as they were leaving the house
for tie above, from Mechanic and Washing.
ton streets. A tipsy fellow was banging
around cursing and abusing people, but had
removed himself before the wagon arrived.
W Lope the kKev. Dr. Hay, of Denver,
Col., will accept the call to the Second Pres
byterian church, Cincinnati, He Is a brave,
strong man and lull of fun, too.
GLOBE REPUBLIC BATUBDAY EVENING, JULY 11 1B8B.
TUK lIltltCIIKX TOHUUHon.
Chlltlren'N Ony MeMlcr t'lmimuiilou Her-vlce-lteKii1ne
rroreeilliiKX nt the City
Htm ilea uf urtliti.
First EnBllsh Lutheran Rev D. V.
Smith, pastor. Sabbath school at 0 a. in.
Uoinmiinloii services at 10 .10 a. m , commot
ed bj Dr. Khrenfeld Preaching at 8 p. to.
by Rev W II Webb, I) D. All are Invited.
Chriit I Khist nimll Mnrnlntr flerviienl 11
o'clock, Sunday school at 'J 45 a. m. The
second service at o p. in. Kev. John T. nose
Second Bapllst Rev. Wilton II. Boone,
pastor. Sunday school at 9 30 a. m. Preach
ing at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. by the pastor. All
Wilev M. l:. Rev. Henry W. Tate, pastor.
Preaching nt 10 30 a. m. aud 8 p. m. by the
pastor. Sunda school at 2 p. m. All made
Central M. K. Church Sibbath school at
0 a. in. Preaching at 10 30 a. m.by Rev. A.
11. Leonard, D. D , pastor. No evening service.
Seats are free. Strangers specially Invited
St. Paul M. K Sabbath school at !' a. m.
Preaching at 10 30 a.m. by Rev. Henry
Tuckley. No evening service.
Congregational Sabbath school at 9:30 a.
m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev Wm. II
Warren, at 11 a. m. Young people's meeting
at 7 p. m. All Invited
Lagonda Avenue Chapel Sabbath-school
at 3 p. m. Preaching at 8 p. m. by Rev. Wm.
Second English Lutheran Sunday school
at 9 a.m. At 10 30 a m. there will be a
Sabbath school meeting as already announced.
No evening service on a count of the regular
union service In city churche".
Christian Church Sabbath school at 9 30 a.
m Preaching by Rev T. M. McWhinney at
I la. m. and 7 4' p. m. AH are cordially
High Street M. E. Church. Rev. A. X.
Spahr, the Presiding Elder, will preach at 11
o clock a. m., sermon to be followed by Ccm
mirbion. Love-feast at 2 30, to which St.
Paul and Central churches are united. Sun
day school at 9 30 a. in. No evening; ser
vice. Methodist Protestant Preaching at 10 10
a. in. by Rev A. II Widuey, ot Illinois, and
at 8 p. m. by Rev. Wm. II. Want n, ul this
citv I'nion service. Sabbath school at 9
am A cordial welcome to all.
Second Presbyterian Strviees in this
church at 1 1 o clok u. m , conducted bv tbe
pastor Wm. II. Webb. Sabbath school tit
9 80 a in. No evening service.
I'nited Presbyterian Sabbath school at
9 30 a. m. Preaching by the pastor, Rev.
Jostph Kyle, at 11a. m. No evening ser
vice. A cordial welcome to all.
Firit Baptist Sunday school at 9 30.
Preaching at 10 45 a m. by the pastor, Rev.
A L. Wilkinson. No evening service.
Seventh Dav Advcntists Meeting every
Saturday nt 9 JO a. in , and Sundaj at 7 : to
p m. All are cordially invited.
W Ittetttitrg College.
Tu the Ixlltor of Ihe t.lobe-P.eiiutillc.
In your issue ol Thursday there wps an
article referring to some action of the Board
of Wittenberg College at its rtcent meeting
and conaining statements which are not in
accordance with the facts. The errors, of
course, are due to your loformant. You;
readers will please understand thit Mr. Fen
nor, wnoo name apr ears at tL" end of the
article, is not respon'ible fur it. He only
furnished a copy of the resolutions which
were quoted In the article. In your issue of
yesterday Prof. Davidson corrected the mis.
statements concerning himself. Nothing
could have been farther. from the
truth than tbe statement tint
Prof. D. was "cut-out" of his position at
college, for he had reigned his position thtie
anil had accepted one in our city schools, as
he truthfully says, a monib belore Ihe board
of tbe college met. And this was no secret
to tne board or to any one else. The article
says. "Tbe.board of Wittenberg College, at
its last meeting two weeks ago, decided on
account of financial embarrassment to reduce
the teaching force ot tbe preparatory depart
ment to two teachers. Profs. Young aud Hos-
kinson," Tbe resolutions coutained in the
article give a seeming support to the above
statement, but the were passed near the final
adjournment without its being observed that
the language did not conform to the actual
measures taken by the Hoard. It is not true
that the college is suffering any "financial
embarrassment ' Even the unguarded lan
guage of the resolutions, which jour in
formant relies on, speaks only of the "finan
cial condition, ' and what that meant we shall
sec directly. But there Is no ' financial em
barrassment." The delay in the completion
ot the new building is not on accouut of
financial embarraScmeut. We have slopped
work precisely to avoid such a result. There
is not an obligation tor work done on the
new building or material for it that Is
not more than covered by valid subscriptions,
and tbe amount still netded to finish it is
now so neatly obtained as to insure i's com
pletion very soon.
Hut this is a matter by itself aud stands
separate and distinct from Ihe finances of the
college proiwr. Tbe invested lunds and in
come Irotn tuition in the Collegiate Depart
ment have for years been more than sutln lent
to meet the outlay j and tbe permanent lund
ot endowment is annually increasing. There
is not an institution in ihe State on a beallhit r
The Preparatory school connected with
the college and known as the Prtqaratorv
Department bas for several years not been pro
ducing sufficient income to pay tbe ealariesol
its teachers, but even here there is no em
barrassment, for an deficits in that depart
ment have been avoided by applying the sur
plus income of the college and by an annual
guarantee fund. Nowhere in Wittenberg
College, or in tbe departments coiinectrd
tvlih it, is there noy financial embarrassment,
Hut the same spirit which bas so care
lull administered the financial affairs
of the college is not satisfied with
Ihe "financial condition" of the Prepara
tory Department because Its Income is
not equal to its cxptdses, and (earing that
in the present ' hard limes" there might be
less income next year, it was determined to
provide ogair.si such a rtsull by putting mat
ters in that department Into a ijitlerrnl shape,
The board therefore Instructed tbe prulential
committee not to employ an assistant for tbe
comiug year, as had been done for sevtral
yejirs past, and directed the lacully to pro
vide the additional teaching that was neces
sary. While, therefore, in this change of
matters, the number of teachers technically
belonging to that department has been re
duced, the actual teaching force In Ihe pre
paratory deportment will be Increased be
yond it has been heretofore. It Is Ihe pur
pose of he hoard to make that department
worthy of the best patronuire by filling it
with the best teaching force possible, K.
Miss Margaret Iluthrauff ol Columbus ().,
and Miss Bella Ruthraulf, of Green Castle,
Pa., two charming youog ladles, who have
been visiting Ihe family of Mr. John I'errln,
south of Ihe city, left Friday morning, Ihe
former to spend several weeks with friends lu
Akron, the latter returning to her home.
OF ALL SUMMER BEVERAGES.
THE J. D. STEWART CO.
General Grant and General lluckner had ft
plea'ant interview of an hour Friday.
Henry Hart and Lucy fiallard, of Selma,
were married by Squire Stout this morning
Parlic wishing to bid tor tbe privilege ol
selling retrtshments Jul) 20 nnd 21, during
tbe Ilicyele Meet of Ohio Division, League of
American Wheelman, should address Geo.
Kcpsey, Farm and Fireside Iiuilding.
Notler tu Watnr Cmiflumars.
Si'itnoHELB, O., July 11, 1885.
The supply of water at the pumping wells
being now barely sufficient to supply the
daily consumption, the public are earnestly
requested to assist the tiustccs and officers in
their endeavors to prevent uailt aud unau
thorized use of water.
The fire protection, being of first, imtort
unce, will have to be maintained, even it t'ie
supply for private purposes be suspended,
which will undoubtedly have to be done un
less nil consumera unite in preventing waste.
All consumers being in doubt as to their
rights and privileges, should call at the Water
Works ofbee and make inquiry, as the Super
intendent and Pipeman are instructed to in
force the ruin and punish offenders.
11) order of the Urard of Trustie3.
K O. Gvvn, President.
Ilee Line otice.
Teachers and others who desire to attend
the meeting ot the National Educational As
sociation at Saratoga, N. Y July 10th to
18th, can procure a ticket at the ticket office
of Ihe O, ()., O. k I. IV y for tho low rate ot
Jlr).2Slur the round trip. Passengers pro
curing these tickets can also go via Chautau
qua Lake without extra charge. Tbeee tick
ets will be sold July bill to Uth, and will U'
good returning until August .11, 1883. This
rate for the round trip Is less than the regu
lar fare one way to Saratoga and those wish
ing to take a trip east should not neglect the
opKirlunity. Tickets on sale at tbe Ilee Line
depot. (). H. Kmhht,
rOKXLKAlKtut 1,200 lbs. tobicco, .rlnclilly
T Bhoit fillers and cuttlngi, same wri'i'trs a'so
j res, moulds, etc., etc , for oale very cIujji or
eh ddrets "Tobacco,' thfs office.
IVJK MIU Very desirable residence on Mai le
avenue tare lot, with abuudanco of choice
fruit Ocn of the most pleasant locations In tbe
city. Addreta Mlu M. M. Dunlap, 8 Marie
aveiint, bprlngfkld, Ohio
r ho. 1 fresh cows. Apply to K. L Holmau on
Urban a pike.
rOK SALK-Harb r Shop, at auction, on Tues
f oay. July H, at 1U o'clock, at 31 ! High at,
opposite 1 agondi JIou-e.
POR IILM J and I rooms centrally loated,
l1 lth all accommodations, rent cheap fur
small family, (.all at No 10, cor. Wusliiniflon st.
POP. KL.NT OK MM:-Cfatp and on easy
F urmt, 8 new houses, i wagons, 1 new ahorse
oitahle engine, 1 new sewing machine and 1 new
Wyman gasoline store, lor Information, and a
t sltlve hargaln In any of the store, call at O
i 1 If tun at.
IiOR Rl VI I arge store room on Main strut.
Kent low. Also 5 or 6 rooms, will answer for
Urn II v or sleeping annm, Inquire of John S, Harr,
31 H, Limestone st
V XSrHJ-Tarttier with about WM to engage In
ff a I Itch t roaeufacturlnv biiilneM, Urpepiotita
and ay lf Addreiti ' rroflt," this othec.
IITANTKI lly a young girl, a situation to do
M general housework, t all or address HI ralr
rA.SIl.D I'.ttern Mkerj utmlr, pleiu.nl
ora. inquire at once. t w. iiom a Co ,
rilllh undertlgned bare Dili J.j formed a ro-pirt-X
nerslitn for tb practice of law under the Arm
ntuieof IWisio fco man, Hi.rlngfli'M, Ohio.
n A. ItOVVUIN,
E. O. IIOVOHN,
J. K. Uowuio.
Juti 15, 18S3,
BEN. FRANKLIN'S ,
. a.i a. a.,-,i.a - .-. elir lUCUVI, POHlllJ
ubivrlialononl. 11 null, floe. Sell, on tight
eiirwbere Hr.t class caur.iieri onljr of both
bxen 100 tier cent, profit h.uu for drcrlntlve
rlrcular Addreaa FUANKI.IN II.I.IJS.
Tlt.irLU, IJ houth Hlalh Street, llrooKlyu,
(Office houri, 8 toll A.M.)
TO 5TMM FITTEflS.'FUHNAGE BUILDERS.&C
nltOrtHALH Kill be recelred from this date,
I June 30, until Jul au at U o'clock noon, for
ti e heallnjf ot Ihe .Northern bclio.il building bjr
ttanit hot or warm Air, or audi other ayatesi a
inar he protlered. 1'lana of tbe achool building,
wlh apeclArattont for team beating, may be lean
at tbe offlie of Loo 'K rider, Architect, itooiu No, J
The couitulttM r. aerie th. right tnrej.ct any
orallbldt 1. II. KI.I1.KV, '
J. W. M AUCII,
Commute on Fuel, Healing and Ventilation,
We have DETERMINED fo tell
our entire stock of LOW CUT
SHOES AND SLIPPERS. This
means a special inducement
for you to buy now. These
goods are in the best qualities
of all grades except shoddy,
and will stand a rigid examination.
26 South Market Street.
THE J D STEWART CO.
in its original purity,
C1TV tlKRK'lllFHPF, 1
Hi aiNdKif in, O , July 7, 1R31 I
At a ineetlni: of tho tViuncll of tnld City,
belli rn the. 7th lntt.,H quorum helng present,
the follow tint rexoltitlmi waa adopted
ltiNotveil, That In the opinion of two
thlrilaof the. mi intiera elccu-d to tho City
Council or the II) or h-iirtn;CcM, Oliln.lt In
necewtary, anil that it IntentlH to luaKn two
public Improvements In kMahlUhlii'' a -grajte
on Taj lor street from Kice tilreet In Patlnn
street, ami In chauitlni; the grade nf a tmr
lion of Limestone m reel north of Col lego ave
Ihe Krade onTajlor Mreet to be on follows
vl : liei.-ltiiitiiKnit-riidftat the north Hue ol
Htce ulicet, theiicti north 1 Ul ftet to the
Houth line of ration h net, d ment G ntt
Ihe ehaiitteoTuriu'eoii Limestone, fcttcet to
boas follow; 1 i !e'4ltilllui; at tliu nnrlll
line or College avt nut, thence north U23 feet,
accent rj-H)of a foot iter Iiii let I; tho curtm
unit Mile wulkH mi Dm talon nit reel to remain
an the now nie and tho City to lCKruile the
tiet t.nnd ielu theKUttern.
ShIiI KindcMtn Taylor Mreet nnd chanio ot
glade on LtmealiMio hlrtet to bo according to
lliei roriles thereof on tile In theutneoof tho
Cll luitlneer for the lnipectlon of nil pui
The City Clerk li hereby directed In raiim
leual publication to thiiidc nf this riMilu
tlou. and the Citv .Marshal appolntid to serve
leuil notice thereof, according 10 law and tho
ordlnanecH of litis City.
Hy order of Council.
I. H SlIfH'AITUt,
l'artut rr-Jilp .Notice,
flUU un1rr-4l.itil hate tli' tlaf form ft! i to
I j drticrsblit for tin irntiteof law ULlm at
Ho U, hait Main Mr. tt -1irnifGr'Mt ohio
f AMhSH sOOI)-,
i'RANk t tnoiih
Kooul No. S, Arrsdft ItuHdlne, Second Floor.
For the Toilet.
vei" Hair VI or U iiili-iii-.!ihti! to a
cuinrilctc tolht. It U an ! t e ihly jitr
Iiiint dill co-Ill,:, ami linihistho liiln-oft
ami lii-troti). It Mlmnlates vv. il. ami
thin h ill- to n ntvuil gum th, niul n -toiet
f.i'luloi (,'ray lull to lu nrl'Iiul color
niul Ik ant.
'I h.ivi- ii.ul AjuN Mall Uor fin a
i unlit i of tun,., anil il hi- alwajt ulvui
tin- ill-fin Hon. ! an t sec Hi nt dri --In-,
1 1 i-M hi -it tm lnlr finiii milling p i,
in-in li i v Um oitHirnm id, uii.l Kuih tin
n tip wlnh anil i h ,ni."
M.U A. .1 U Kfl.
;- ill in, .M i-i.
' I liul linn pi iv fin n n Iv ten voan
hi fun-eoniniiiK in,' tin n-i of'
Ayer's Hair Vigor. .
Slinc- iiIii' Il nit li.tr liu Ik tu rn-tornl
lu li- (iiiin,il i nloi, ami vnv iniuli la
in i-i il In rrowih "
iiiii.i. 'j itorru:, Norfolk, v.i.
"i viril vt ir- n.'o I v i- nflllitnl vvllli
i hiiinoi In iiiv , il vvhli li i iii-iiI niv
lull' In fill nut, -,i Hut I hiuiiiu in .ill)
lnlil. 'I In n-i-of Am i'ii Hair loi turiil
iiii-nf liu-hiiiiioi.i In i kul thn f.illiiiir out
of hih, an, I i-i -ton il It to its origin il
.1. It. nl(i, Cniiollton, Mil.
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
ruri'Mii n nv
DE. J, C. AYEK It, CO , Lowell, Kail.
Mil h) all UriiKKlstii,
Tor 1 5 j ears at 37 Court TUce, now at
:.2-, MarkotStroct, T.nilKvillR KV
Ilct.'lhirdandlourth, liUlUlH UlUjlVj
A KfuUriy -litoit ct Uf (ulifiv4 L jikUo ai t
sporiuiatorrlioa aud Impotency,
m ttamuH ef wlf klu lu ywiih, muI la ru.
bitcrjMr cr fiber ihkj, (,! jroiwiii ur m ftU
U nitfl l Nmouau (Hftulm, KujUiiotn id!) t n.l
rlmt Ljr drMtaii) Uunboaitf Mbt. lfftl Wtunjiy 1'bjr
tfUi-.j I liuLiUtDu (r, JltrrUn tuhn,Rty of mli,
Cbbfdtka of lie, I-oi tit hciual lvr nnJrln
mrrt iutiroir cruulnipr. n tUorouglil and prnu
BfiiUj' carei SYPJUL1S I'i'ktu;!; curc-1 tultn
CititJLu' irwniMt )wm, Gouorrbea
QliCET HtrU-lutt, ircUU neritiK. U.Wt,
Fikf khJ uutrt jiivi dlr-tnaei qblcklj eur4.
li U Mir tvlitul tbt a vtf kUn Lo )t )-cUltlDtl(a
toiWrtiin cUh of d wasoi n1 lfUt atinii4i do
thj aou.rrtatBklU. I fcjicUa fcituwloiltU (Mtc.ru
l ooicnwiij iwrauat W uif cr K ben II I Iboonxttirbl W
Ul tU clti fur trfauuvut. niMjktuea tB U i,l Jnrulr
aad tafaly 6 w I ir itrfi an tart,
Curwi Ouuruuteud In all Caaoi
Cum.uutitu Mrwnallf r If MUr and IaHH.
Cbargta rtaMuabla aal cwrtMmAiiua tltUHlj ewbOiabUtU.
OrjOOpagta, Mbttaaar adlrcii Mtrtlf mM, fcr Utirlf
vm wiiu Sboutol U iaa4 tr IL iddruM a oi
. ifiivw, ax. at Uaf.k u4iflh0i(ia.
warranted free from
R. P.Willis & Son,
gas and steam fitters,
Pa"0"7V IS T17JEI3E3 TIME
DISINFECT YOUR PREMISES!
MIIIp'h Soluble I'Iipi yle, the ru-hf ikih-iiiiIsoiioiw Ilcnclurlcr and Irlxtnfcc
taut kiKirrii. It hu.H JiihI bci'n pronntmcril tn lio tlirre tlniCH iiioro lmwerftil tliun
imjr other dlKlnrpotunt in the niaiLc lij the COMMI'ITEK OX DISIXFKCTAXTS
or the Amerltfin IMihlie Health Aniot Intlon recently In st khIoii nt tho John Hop
kins' Unljerhlty, llaltlinore, lor teHtlnij tomnit relnl (llinfutant8. Sold In 25c,
iiOc, anil $1 bottles.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
TVo. a:t liliiHt
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
OX TIIK t HIOAUO, MlUVAl'KI'i: ami ST. I'.Vl'I. ami V. A . y. R'YS.
THo AVll-Ivnvn "-tinMMi of Waters,"'
Ih-lt-n. al.nie amnnu .S VTl It U, IU1TI TIC M IKHUH- I - numerous eoinpe tltora'have, one
atler another, talleu away until it his no rival 'I hei.nlj- -, rli s In VVauU.hu that re in a I in a olio
lulilliurillllta alill.iliiaaiaiii.l.pl.( a .. ib.l . ' -
. ...,,, .u,, auuiuwi mi ntutri li 17 i n UCKM t 1
llr. John ( . IVtcn. (ii ItaJInon
ncreaj-o euonnoualv. ami rt-nroli
CIIi-cl, n ioluled walei lu the itomatll." Sew Wk
i ne iauicera oi iiesitn itefiorni no innnunt
Keiortsof the Local (loverniuenl Itoarl. IriL -
irloUS localities. In I2l IBM s the etiliplil c liiol
Milling linnurltlc. "
j!"!;'' Herald. "Pure water Is of more lnioi
VVAlkUiHA til.L.S.V Is nvtrvwnere known m
domed by medical jirofoMiou. AcldrCM
I Iiij Mruiumiiluiu of the Ik-1 (loTeniuient lloari! I upland July li, lvs.1 -"If ny taint, howeti r
mall, ol Invective inaterljlifiliacceiulo vvHIa.nr oilier mm I cm kmir mter. Illinium to euor
inouiTolurae-ot wale-r tlio iwwtr of pro,ai!allni iliwi.o." '
laiiwiiui,- juneiOTjiri.vu,ui "Water la tin- meat carrier of the Invective (terras.
1 ure ater aliould Ii4 available al all seaioim, but this I, t.pcclnlly neie sar) in arm wealher "
Inipure tlU. Health Comtulsaloner Kayiuon.l, llrooklyii, n-irl "Since vio In gan our in'iMctlori
of ."m jjump veils we have closed alwut IV). Ihe naler U unlit for human couauiiintloii. Tiera are
110 v.elln ret lu exlitenre. ahoiit J)uf whieh an- cimhI. i,nin frp rp, i,,...riii. m. .. vn.i, n. ... .
CLUSTER PA'ITKHN, o.Klx.M inch.
Algo 3 Inch, 4 Inch, and Inch drcseJ utripi, terj nice, already out and Jus
what you want to miiku I'LV hCUIIIIXS OF.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
-3blO VL7EIST VrLI3NT STH.33EIT.
55 DouBti ARCADE store 57
Now and llcaiiiii'ul DosltfiiH.
TIUS VTIUSKCy SHOULD BE POUND C1T CUE EIDEBOARD OF EVEIIY PASIILT
TT 18 ABSOLUTELY PURE. CNTIRELY TREE FROM FUSEL OIL. '
WO NOT HIS IIHt:KIVi;i.-Mnny Dnirelsta nnd flrocira vvho do not havn I1iiII'k ltire
M11H AVIiUUi-- In ktock, atteinpt tu ulm cIT tiiiciihUnui r, vvhl.leyof thelrowiihottllng, which
Ulnirof an Inferior (trada anil udultcrnlnil, oja tin in n larger juollt
ASK FOR DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, AND TAKE NO OTHER
BOLD BY ALL FIRST-CLASS DRUCCISTS AND GROCERS.
Ond tin your addiwaandwo wlllmall Uk ke..i,uilnIiji:vriluaU l.iforniotlou tinmpltUunrt Jloltui
wnt U, any culdreM In llmlinili-IMatcadji.t nt Iholtwky Mcuutalnn), miiiivI phtU in ,
i-:i; 211" eJ!zrtt" ii""'1 o" "'' i't i.f ai.Qo, or bu liuitim Mi,t f0r ta. 00
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO., Baltimore, Ml, IL S.5
Mnln Ml root.
i ate laaya: "Whin Uif t) i l.r.l 1 rciii,- sft-i Into Ji Inking ater, they
uco the ilUeanp lu vurlou, M4)u " .Nev oik llerahl.
13' bu amount of ,iin oi-Pan air In liu luugntan neutralize the had
land. - "Ol UJiiudeiulcao! Ivi hold fevera ohierved id
nn olltrril, I, rtuli,!,,,. , ,,b 1, ,,. !,.. ..... Ar .. -.
lam c than iiure milk "
the gr at hilimi I.l.ullrr mil limUlrt Can In.
I II. llin t.NT, t aukcslia, Wis.
J'oilthtlv Jtellrvnl awl Xittur
Hiuliti l In reatoriiiii) Italvotvra
'nrmrtm'rV'mmms!llmJ.--!-r-r'- -v nerr