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GLOBE RF.VU 131.10. WEDNESDAY EVEKIKG, ,TTrLir 22 18bG
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CITY AIATTBRST """
All (In.' inemltrj of Die I'rolilliltion iliolr
ure ur(;etlj' recjuestcil to lie incjcnt nt Hie
mass inci'tlin; In llm Igwiiin on Ttiuta Inj
Mr. A. 0. Hell nuil family, formerly of
South l'lutn street, removed Inst week to
Wftalilnt;ton 0. II., where Mr. Dell It eognged
In the eiuceniwnro bualnesj.
The annual rueetlti,' of the Woman's Tor
sign Missionary Society of Hprhigfielil Dfs
trlct, M. V.. (Jburch. will ho held In Illyh Ht.
church tomorrow (Thumilnjr) at 10:30 a. tn.
John 1. Miller, who settled In Urban, ns n
cabinet maker, In 1815, nml hem ilnce reilded
there, liclng one of Ulinmpalgn county's old'
tat citizens, died there euJilmly Tucrtlay
morning, fiom nn uttntk ol npoplciy. lie
attended church ne usual Sunday.
The HaMinlh schools nf the First Lutheran
nnd Methodist Protestant church's and of
North street clupel, will unite in i plcnlo c.
cur8ionto Yellow Springs, Friday, Waving
the Main depot at S 15 a. in. Faro lor the
round trip III cents lor ndults, 15 cents for
The ladles of the First Ilnglish Lutheran
church v 111 conduct a dining hall and lunch
stand on the Fair (Irounds during the O. A.
II. encampment. Their experience fires as
surance of the excellent manner in which
they will cater to the wauls of the veterans
nnd their visitors.
John Woithlugton nnd Hen Sliirlsswere
patrol wagoned In from the vicinity of Hast
street shops about daylight this morning for
stealing potatoes Irom somebody's patch. A
large sack of tnh-rs was brought along with
them. Thos. Hose, for fighting on the Hill,
was also patroled to the station house.
Mr. Wiley House is now located at Hrook
In and is a member of the reporting stair of
the Brooklyn Hagle. He also handles the
callgraph, and through hi3 energy and busi
ness tact ho has 6ucceeded in building up a
promising trade In the Utter business.
Th (Irani! Army Day finance committee
meeting last night was not fully attended
nnd only partial reports were receivid. These
Indicated a graliliing Increase In amount of
subscriptions. A final melting will be held
at the Major's oflico next Friday evening at
8 o'clock, which it is hoped every member
Published statements regarding tho fire at
Mr. Mast's new house were rather Interesting.
The fire was not Inside the houso at all, but
a lot of painter's wsste and other rubbish
which bid lit en swept out caught fire and
blared tip. The only damage done waj the
discoloring of some cut stone work by the
Hdpio H. Iliktr returned Friday from a
bufincfs tour through Louisville, Atlanta
and other points in the South. He leaves
this week upon n similar lour through the
lake and New England Slates, and expects to
spend soino time also In developing the Me
tallic C'aiket business in Canada.
The city board ot niialinlion did not
close up work tinally today, as expected.
Mr. Win. Diehl Is detained in Auglaize iounty
by tho death, jesterday mouiing, of Mrs.
Diehl's sister, to whose bedside she was sum
moned last Saturday. He Is expected here
this evening or tomorrow when final report
will bo signed, sealed and delivered.
Xenia (Jazttto: "The Little Miami picnic,
which occurs at Yellow Springs next Satur
day, will be tho biggest thing of the kind
ever held there. All tho trains on tho Llttlo
Miami division from Cincinnati to Columbus
and ttom Columbus to HIcbmond nnd from
Xenia to Springfield will he suspended, ex
cept the mail trains, nud all other business of
tho road as far ns possible suspended."
A jolly party from Xenia made up of well
known pitiatorial timber as follows: Fin
Corry, the druggist, Hen Le Sourd, tho in
surance man, Charles Oonk, the tailor, Fred,
Schell, the jeweler, and Frank Mcllcnrr, tho
county treasurer, passed through the city this
morning en route for the Reservoir for a day's
fishing. Dig fiah stories will have a boom In
Xenia when this crowd returns.
A telegram has been lent to the officers of
the 1 Oth 0. V.I. regimental association, which
meets at Millcrsburg, August C, Inviting
them to change their place of meeting to tho
(1. A. R. encampment In this city, on that
and the day lolloning.
The twelfth amual ituulon of tho 113th
S Ohio regiment, in which Clark county was
creeiiianiy representee, is announced to no
held at drove City, near Columbus, on the
Midland railroad, Wednesday, August 12.
(leu. John llentty has consented to address
the meeting, and such a programme has been
arranged as will rnako tho occasion a lively
The Xenia (lazette of Tuesday evening says:
"The meeting at the Sheriff's office last night
to arrange tor the annual reunion of tho 71th
Regiment was well attended. Dr. Samuel
Stew att, of I'euterville, was called to the
chair, and Mr. Johu S. Hmalley, of Spring
field, acted us Secretary. The reunion will
bo held on Stptcmler 3, aud the place the
same us last year, at the Orphans' Home, The
dinner will U spread in the trove at tbu
Home, Instead of in tho dining hall, as ou
former occasions. An I.ieculive Cumiultleo
consls'log of Jamrs MiCunu, M. V. Lucas, D,
II. (list, I'eler Ileuham, John Hedges, Sam.
uel l'olnn 1, (Ifurgu Moore, and Robert Smart
was appointed to take tbaigo ol the arrange
ments. Captain McDowell was instructed to
notify Dr. Harper, ot Philadelphia, of the ie
union and secure his pretence If ptseible. If
Dr. Harper attends he Will probably dt liver
au address. Miss Jennie Cosier, of Dayton,
the 'daughter ol the regiment," has promised
MHMOn' I, .M.I N.I II KIIS.
Home Nrwrr llii.liii-.a-t.onlntt t Anttnled
-Mitchell Itlll Wnlur Hiipply-lMiiuiKia
Cliilniml Ini Wiilm kviirlin Hill tialnn -
Cumuli met In regular himIoii Tuesday
evening. July 21, ' sident Must lu the chair.
Absent, Lcnim and Funk.
Tho ininiilea vct-re rend and slpncl.
By thu Uleik-ll Mid o! John W. Parsons ni
city treasurer In the Hum ol $C(i,ooi, which
Ily tho Clerk. The lollonlng communlcii
lion which win placed on file!
To tup City w Himiimipih.ii, Ohio. You
nro hereby tiotlfitil.be lorn taking nny steps
looking to tho extension of your s) stem of
write works up llwk cnek, nr the purchase
of an) land or other tnlirrit for tint purpoe,
that the undersigned owners of wuter rights
along snld cicek demand compensation and
damages for any rights ol theirs that may be
affected by such proceedings.
(Signed) Waiiimu k IIaiinktt,
John ami Daviii U .Snyder,
P. P. Maht k Co.,
Hy their attorney, How man .V. Bowman.
July 13, 1885.
By the Clerk Mayor's report for Juno
showing collection ot $333'; fines $310, 11.
tenses $34. Itclerrcel tii Auditing Committee.
By tho B.iniM Communication from the
Mayor making appointment of Win. Sharou
ns assistaut cnjnier, 'which was confirmed.
By the same Proposition ol P. P. Mast to
Council and Water Works Timtees, to pay
expense for first 1 50 ftct If a trench beotencd
1 50 led long, ahuut 8 liet wulo and '2 1 feet deep
at foot of the Mitchell Hill, Lsgondn, at such
point as ho may indicate, provldod a test
itioulil not eatlsly n committee or live un
prejudiced men that snlficlent water can bo
had from n trench or filler gallery 1,000 feet
long, extended cast from this trial In rich. It
watir Ij obtained to Ritlsfaction ol said com.
mltteo then tho cost to be paid out ol writer
works lund. It is stipulated amount of water
Irom the first 15U feet shall equal In amount
one-fourth that now obtained from wells; and
the thousand ftct an amount equal to three
times that now obtained. Referred to com
mltteo of tho whole, to meet Thursday eve n
lug nt 8 oMock lor consideration.
The solicitor stated verbally that the agent
of tho Stli Battery armory refused to accept
$1'J.50 per month rent, but would auept $15.
Placed on lilo.
Hy Mr. Johnson, from Finance Committee
Report and resolution instructing F. M.
Hagan to withdraw nny action helms taken
to appeal the case of F. M. Hagan, as Solici
tor, vs. Thos. Dugan and otbtrs (as to pay
ment of counstl for tho Citj in tho lute Po
lice Commission list ruse), the city having
received the benefit ot the scrt ices rendered,
payment for which, was enjoined. Resolu
tion adopted, DemocrutJ all voting in the
By Mr. Rus.cll, from Improvement Cum
tnitlee Ordering follow ing improvements:
Race street from North to first alley north,
pavo east side, tirade sidewalks botli sides of
Water street, from North to Buck Click, and
grade, curb nud gutter cast side Franklin
street, Jefferson to Mulbirry. Adopted.
By the same Report adverse to removing
culverts on Mntket at Mulberry 6trcet, us the
stteet would bo much worse (or driving than
it now K The cnlvtrts are sufficient to carry
I'tr nil watir anil II not a deep gutter would
be required, which U always urjectlunnblc.
Placed on tile.
By the same Report nl verso to grunting
petition for extension ol time for paving etc.,
on Southern avenuo. Mr. Tjoum moved to
amend sj as to cive purtits one year to do
paving, other liuprott merits to be made now
Thonius motion njoptcd.
By the (time Report awarding contract
for abutments for hpring streit hiidgo to
Andrew Burnett nnd tor superstructure to
Canton Bridge Co. Tho report was laid upon
the table until lundj are actually in the
treasury to credit ol tho hndgo fund, money
t!uo the city from that fund not having been
Hy Mr. Tclun, from Street Committee
Report and pu file of change tit grade on
Clifton nvenui Irom Pjtton to Itice streets.
By tho same Odlnance for payment of
sundry claims to amount of $151.03.
Adopted. By Mr. Iliisst.ll, ordinance for
payment nt flOG.lt, gutter plates. Adopted.
By Mr. Ackerson, from Committee, on Sow
ers Report iidverst) to change In sire of sowerl
to bo built on Center strict from Hint previ
ously nioititnended, expert testimony being
to elicit that a live feet sewer will Ifsiilliiient
TheCleik read a letter Irom W. II. Iloeh, of
Ciueiunatl, showing this. Placed on file.
Mr. Ackeraon reported verbtlly action us
to overlliw of Clifton street sewer, that a
broken section in catch basin Inlet prevented
How of w uterus it should puss and that n new
18.iich pipe had been put 111, substituted tor
the broken 1 '2-Inch pipe.
Hy the fame Report nml resolution for
em; loyment of a suitable person, at $1.50 per
day for time actually employed, to clean out
all catch basins, ot which there nro now
about 100. Adopted.
Hy Mr. Kidder, Irom Fire Department Com
mittee Ordinanco for payment ot sundry
claims to amount of $100.70. Adopted.
Ily Mr. Prince, from Police Committee
Ordinance for payment of $2.15 for telegraph
By Mr. Conklln, from Committee on Claims
Ordinance lor payment ol sundry claims to
amount of $14. Adopted.
Resolution declaring intention to construct
certain sew ers including Foster street sewer,
was taken from the table and read. On motion
of Mr. Tchnu the Clifton street sower was
stricken out. The resolution was then acted
upon, each sewer separately. Tho Foster
street sewer rictived an affirmative vote. The
Park and Race street sewers wcro ri (erred to
the committee on sewers and engineer.
Tho Sundny newspaper ordinance was read
Ordinante appointing Thomas Clayton
deputy marshal nns read third time and laid
ou the table for one weik. The Center street
sewer ordinance was taken from tho table and
Ill-solutions were Introduced ns follows.:
By Mr. Tehar. To it-quire property owners
on North Limestone street, between Ncrth st.
and Buck creek, to pavo with brick. Also to
notify Capt. Husbnell to lay brick pavement
on Market street, front ol patrol house.
By Mr. Prime To authorize tho Major to
employ twenty special policemen for service
during the (1. A. R. encampintiit, August (J
nud 7. Lost.
By Mr. Kidler To require pioperty own
ers on west side of Market square, between
High and Washington streets to repair their
gutters within thlity dijs.
By Mr. Couklin to accept proposition ol
O. A. Welch for lease of Filth Battery armory
nt $15 per mouth. Cirritd.
Ily Mr. Russell That Plum street bctwten
0. 0. 0. k I. railroad and Jellers.in street bo
graveled so as to tniise the water to llow iuto
tlio gutters, us the water ennnol do In pres
ent condition ol the street. Carried.
By Mr. McKeuna To require property
ownirs on Harrison strut wist of York street
locurb, gutter and ptve sidewalks. Curried.
Ily Mr. Notts To rt-iiuliti owner uf properly
on north-east corner ot Main and Jutkson
street In raise the gutttr on Mum strtet to
Wmi tlio exiiulltH turttire prattlced by European
and Aklittlc irrant on vlitfias tvlioiu they ihtlreJ
to pilliUh nllh uliiioiit rruolly. Nature, although
nu lyranl, li Jni luetoial'lx lu her 4, and
therelora vltlti irU'lof kooI lllriin nllh ihu
ame turttire fur trdtniBrt'uMonMjf Iter tude, I. liber
overtaxed ur tiiireciiperiileJ mviitul ami u rvo
(unci InsAtUbly demand Hit Ir Out a and pruper
coiiipeiifulluii, nr ike full peiulty must inuie,
tfuuiile Hht'tUuiu thtreluru litointii an atoluto
neti'Mlty. Nollilllt: tan nattily llii lull Condi
lions cut Uel FV'a I'uik Mi l.l H'uuhv.anJIt
ihnuU eoiiirqiiiiilly lie used I'liiuipll). It liitlia
ulaut ttlthout liiliirloiK reaction, nouriiliiueiit
without a tratuot IntUmitiir potion tocreatHun
utturilcrAvluici and deitiuy aiiiil!Mioii ot food,
aud a hetlthy unlo to rtitoie normal itrc'QKth
aud hardy tuuiclti without iurituou fat to de
tract Iroui loiulort. uf all ulUblo grocers and
IS THE TIME 1 1
SKIN ll UMO It N.I I
IT la At thlicMon when the Tom aroelofccoil ami
tho Wood urn iVrsnlratlou aro Iftdpti with 1m
hiirllloi that -llifit(iirlri Ittiinon, .(iiiJilIlallnit
l.rutl'iin, Itchlnu 'Joftnrrrt, Hall Khetim or o
rtiiin, iWianli, fli tUr, KitiKorin. JUtijr Iluniom,
iHtrofnlft, Knofiiloua Nro, Abn.fMpn, nnl ills
(hartfltift uounds, nml every ipeclea ot Itrhlnv,
Hcrily ami rimitly J)IncAtiC5ot thoHkln and Balit
arn mot ifitcdUr and economically ctindby Ihu
( iitkur.i ..ciiudi(i.
IT IS A FACT
Hundreds of letter! in our pcwMmon (coplos ot
vrhlth mny ho had hy return mall) nro our aulhnr
Ily fur tho ncrtlon that Hkln, ticalp, and IHrxttl
1 1 ii mors, ulielhpr ticrofuloiis, Inherited or 'on
tAKlotif, mny NOW be pennanentlrcurod hy Cull
cum H nolrcnt, tho tirw Itlood rurifior, Intonmlly,
and Cuttciira and CuUcura Heap, tho xtvulbkln
Curf'Hatid Heaullllcn, oxtcmRlly, in ono-haU tho
(lino and oxponaoof nny other ncaaon
Cullcura lion's, Hot arc tho createat ruo'llrtnoa
ou earth. Had tho wont caac Salt Uticuiu In this
nniniry. My mother hal It twenty veara. ami In
fact illed from It. 1 bcllovo Oiilicura wouM hnve
saved hor life. Sly arms, tiicaal and bead were
covered for three years, which hothlnir rollrvcd or
cured until I iue.1 tho Cullcura lltaolvent, Inter
nally, and Cullcura ami Onllcura Hoap, evtrr
nally. J. W. Aiiams, Nowark, O.
CREAT BLOOiT MEDICINES.
The half bia not lieen told aa to tho great eura
llvo now its ol thi Cutlrura Ilcincdlea I havo
paid lumdreda of dollars for roedlelnra to cure ills
eaea ol tlio btocxl and akin, and never found any
thing vet to equal tho Cullcura Kemedlea.
Ciia. A. Wll.euus, l'rorldonee, It, I.
Sold by all UrtigRlata. l'rlcot Cuticuba, Mcj
ItKsotvu.tT, II; Boai-, 25c, Prepared by tho
I'tiTTKit Dnuti and CiikmioalD)., Boston, Mais,
hentl for "Itiivv to Curo Hkln Dlaenaea."
RPAI ITV For T"- Sunburn, and Oily
OCrWJ I T bkln, Cutlcrtra Hoap.
aitouKHA Ayn nc.i.oH rttrxu.
Malirlal, Jllaamatloand Contnttloua or i:pldiulo
BIllsasea,aiid many allmenta altencllni!
chani;eot climate, food ami water, may
ajl9i'o entirely prevented by wearing a Ciitl-
WT cura Plaster over the pit of tho stomach,
wlth frequent chaagea, whenever expnied
, -aaftothcae allccllona. A cuio hy abwiiillon
j ellected by It when all other plaaterv fall. It la
tho licat planer known to plilciaNi and ilnu.
glala. Atdrugglsta !'.: rlvetor 81. Milled free.
1'iirTMi linmi ahdCiifmicai. Co., Jl ion.
Complote Treatment, with Inhaler,
for every form of Catarrh, $1.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Head ColJs, Watery Dlacliargta from tho Noio
and Fci, Ringing Nolaes In tho Head, Nervous
lleadachoand Fovor Initantly lellovcd.
Choking lnutui dWodged, menibrano cleananl
and healed, breath sweetened, aiuoll, tasto, and
luarlng restored, and ravagea checked.
Cough, lirouchllla, Dropping Into tho Throat,
I'alna In the CIiotI, Drapepala, Wasting of Strength
and l'leah, Ias of Weep, etc., cured.
Oneboiilo ltadlcal Cure, ono box Catarrhal Sol
vent and ono Dr. Sanford'a Inhaler, In one pack
age, of all drugglala, for 81. Ask for Hanford'a
Radical Cure, a pure distillation of Witch Hazel,
Am. l'luc.Ca. fir. Marigold, Clover lllasaoma, etc.
rotter I)rti nml Chemical Co., ltuntoii.
.1 Ilia. New Life for Shattered
PUUkallMd Norvea, I'alulul Musclea
and Weakened Orgina.
equina- Voltaic l.lec
trlc I'lahter Initantly af
fects the nervoua aydtem
aud banlshea pain, iicrvoua
nesaand debility. A perfect
l'lictro llalvanle Itattiry
ifjiuhlned wllh a highly
mndlcl'ia! ri.tttcr lor Jjc.
Tho many cow itlols ting up by Dr.
Sfhllomann in tho ancient julueu nt
Tiryns nro apt to rovivo tlio intorest in
a coiitrovcray from which ho lins cer
tainly ootiio out ns tho victor.
Animal worship H ono of tho oldest
cults. Its lcmmintfl nro t -o.iblt! in
Iiiilui ami Kgvpt, in woll m in 'I'roy
nml (Jrccco nny, nmorif; our Toutonic
fori'fathors. Tlio cow ami tho atcur,
inoro especially, aru to bo ine-t with in
thu mythology of many nations, ns
symbols of u cuiiiitionlc force, in a
noiirisliinij or ciuativn sense. In tho
oiili-sl ii-pioseutations relatin; to tho
t'leatlou of tho world, tlio cow, coming
forth out of thu primeval waters, ap
pears as the mother of tho oung Suii
;oil. Hesiocl's Gain U botu tlio cow
ami the earth, the nourishing mother
of nil forms of existence. Ho Is tho
Teutonic cow Aiulhiimla, from whoso
tloings, in the rise nml origin of all
things ami beings, the very gods wero
fabled to havo sprung.
Sacral, gold-horned cow3 remind
inj us of tlio Mynoan idols appear
in tlio lays of thu Icolandlc Kdda, ovcii
as among tho ancient Hindoo. In
German nnd Scandinavian myth, cowa
and steers play so largo a part that wo
are impressed thuroby iu quito a My
cenean or Troiau manner. Whon tlio
Teutons and tlio Cimbrlans went on
their war raid, two thousand years
ago, tlioy carried a brazen bull as a
sacred idol with them. Captive Ro
mans, before being sot frco by thoni,
had to tako an oath on that bull's im
age. A sea-steer was said to bo tho
progoaitor of tho 1-Vnnkisii royal raco
of the Murowiii''d. Tho kings of that
line, symbolically prusorviiig tho old
mythic tradition, droro about In a car
drawn by a team of oxen. A golden
hull's head was fountl in King Cliil
peric's tomb. Sacred cows wcro taken
by Norse kings into battle as divine
guides and protectresses. So It is re
coidcd of tho Swedish king, Kistcin
Hell, aud ids sacred cow, SibUJa. Thuro
is a similar record about King Oug
walilr. Cows woro ofton used by the
Northmen as prophetic leaders ou im
Shall wo thon wonder that tho found
er of Ilioit (Ilos, or 11, whoso natuo
possibly has contact with tho Saxon
chieftain's name, KUa) was guided by
a speckled cow to tho place to be
chosen for tho settlement ou tho famed
hill in tho Troad?
Irani his former work on Mycuno
and Tiryns, which contains a unrrntlvu
of his first excavations thero, it will be
seen thnt Dr. Selilieiuimu hail already
then unearthed n groat many cow itlofs
iu gold, silver, aud tcrr.t-cotta from
that once hallowed gtound. It was
done, so to say, in consecjuenco of a
challenge ollcred to him. Having e
presacd an opinion that the "glaucopis
Athi'iio" of the Trojans was originally
nil owl-faced deity or idol, Dr. Sehllo
limuii was at first mut with a storm of
dissent ou thu part of soino scholars
rash enough to mix up their notions of
tho ago of i'hidias with their judgment
about prehistoric 'I'roy. Aiuung those,
however, who would nut at tinco tu
jucl thu idea of Dr. Scliliumauu was
.Max Midler, iu himself u host of learn
ing. Hut befuio giving a decided opin
ion of his own, tho eminent (Klord
lirofessor asked for u pioof of "Hera
Hoopla" having been it cow-homled
Upon that, tho over-ready oxcavator
set to work at Tiryns anil Mycotic with
the most perfect coufldeui , for did
not both these cltios lie close to tho
ancient Huraioii, or tomple of Hera?
u truth, the result of his diggings far
exceeded ids own expectations. Ho
found thousands uf cows of terra-cotta;
also lifty-six cow-heads of gold; ono of
silver, with gold horni; somu cow
heads engraven on gems; many hun
dreds uf fetnalo. Idols, with crescent-
BLACK, BRO. &, CO.S'
In order to reduce surplus summer stock in this department, we
have put TELLING PRICES on the following line of goods :
HOSIERY, GLOVES, ETC.
The only house in the city for Genuine Ball's Health Corsets.
BLACK, BROTHER & CO.
-iii.ipnil projections Ilko cow-horns pro
ceeding from tho breast; also females
with cow -heads.
ThuMiy natuo of Myccno is derivod
by Dr. Suiliem.inu, with great likeli
hood, from ttiu mooing or lowing of
tho cow Jdvccnu and Tiryns aro in
close neighborhood. Moth stand on
Argivo soil, wiicro "Cow-facet! Hora"
was evidently a lingering remnant of
n fuller ancient animal worship. In
course of time the grosser cult more
anil more receded. Hut tho head or
the horns of a lioast often continued to
ntlorn or to disfigure n deity's image,
even among such liiglily-ciiltured races
as tlio Kgyptians and tiro Greeks. Mr.
Gladstone, well vorsetl as ho is In Ho
meric line, has endeavored, in tho pre
face to Dr. Schlloinann'H work on My
ceno and Tiryns, to refer thi9 Argivo
expression about "Cow-fncod Hora" to
tho inlluonco of nn Kgyptian immigra
tion. He addetlj "Hut it was n modo
against which the wholo spirit of Hol
lenisiii, according to tho authentic
typo of that fnirit suppliod in tho
poems, utterly rovoltcd. Casscll'it
I.iive In tin- AVIrn Grass.
Thero is any amount of fun in court
ing u young girl who his not boon used
to it. Sho swallows all tho soft things
a fellow says, but when it comes to
popping the cpiustion, or something of
that k:rd, shn gets frightened more or
less, and wants timo to consider until
there ate enuiih loopholes for her lov
t r to slip nut thiough without the least
bit of trouble, If ho happens to sco
soino one ho thinks ho could lovo a
shade or two bettor. Young girls aro
timid and shy in earnest, and if a fol
low is not iirotly certain ho hrts found
tirocisoU tho angel ho Is looking for,
lie can manage so as to havo tho refus
al of her, for a) oar or more, and at
the sninu time manage to keep his neck
out of tho rt adi of a breach of promise
suit when ho happens to meet somo
other sweet-faced angel that seonis to
him to bo better suited to his tasto.
Il is diUereiit with a widow. Sho
gets rid of all her shyness at tho earli
est convenient opportunity, and liuds
out the principal things sho desires to
know of him before sho allows him to
get aeipiaiuled. The school-girl of six
teen trusts lieioolf to any young follow
on sixty or ninety day' sight without
seciiiity. but tho widow, llko a thrifty
wlioles.de house, goes out nud exam
ines the mercantile reports concerning
him, and thou sells to him on her own
terms for cash. Sho hns him sized up
before ho comes to market, and whon
sho looks as if she wcro a very artless
creature, and lights shy of him when
ever ho happens to bit a little uloso to
her on tho sofa, thero aro ton chances
to ouo that ho will nover look any
further, but will bucklo right up to her
and put tho tjuestion fairly and square
ly, and whon ho has done shots not go
ing to train Mo and blush and ask for a
week or a month in which to mako up
her mind. She will just wind hor arms
around his neck and look up into his
faco with ouo of KUa Wheeler's flery
yearns, and beforo ho has had timo to
catch his breath ho will find himself
nailed to tho cross with a "yes" that
pierces him to his very soul. Uawkiw
villi ((.) -Vcm-j.
The design of tho American flag was
odoptod by congress Juno 14, 1777.
Tho stiipes woro first used iu a Hag
which was presented by Captain
Mnrkoe to tho l'hiladulphia city troop
in 177.5, aud still iu tho possession of
that organization, lu it tlio stripes np
pear In the upper left hand corner,
where tho stars now are. Wuoro tho
stars como from, or who suggested
thorn, is a much disputed but little
. m m
Ileal the lloctors.
It waa In Minnesota, the Und of cold win
tus, magnificent wheat farina, and gigantic
Hour mills. The doctora tried to cure Mrs.
Maryrlte l'ikc, of Mcdlord, and couldn't do
It. She had neuralgia, weakneai, disordered
stomach nnd bad blood, lira. Pike writes to
anj that niter the doctors bad lulled, the tried
Ilrottn'a Iron Hitters, which completely re
lieved her of nil those unpleasunt nilmentt.
Stilted conrlnv-o Friday evening next ol
Pah-aline Commander)- No. 3'l, K. T., tor con
ferring Teniile degrees on the last of the
clasj of Ite-d Cross Kulghts receutly received
nud to closo up the year's buslnesi. Special
convocation next Monday evening of Spring
fitld Chi pter No. 18, It. A. M., for work iu
Roy nl Anu digrie. .Ml ccmpaulons und
vliitlni,' companions spedally invited.
The lite ol quinine, while not always relia
ble ita an nuil-piilodlc, has u tendency to de
range tho atoiuHch, produce uauien, vertigo,
noista in the ears. Mishler's Herb Hitters, on
the contrary, tones, builds up, itrengthein,
nnd Invigorate the entire ivBtcm, while Hex.
pel) with unerring certainty the foul inalarl.
tiua humors from the fjstem. It la regarded
throughout thu South ai the great ague ape-cilii-,
(J. ! Ilally, of Waco, Texae, was cured
of iiguo b) Itaa than n tlng'.u bottle,
Not n pailic-le ot calomel or any other de
leterious anbatimco entera Into the composl.
tion of Aver Cathartic Pilla. On the con
trary, tin y prove of jpeclal eervice to those
who lime used calomel and other mineral
poisona as iiiedlclnea, and feel Ibelr Injurious
ellecta, In such casea Ajer'a I'llle are invaluable.
BLACK URO. A CO
Yonni;3lfii llciiil 'I hUt
The Voltaic licit Co., of Marehall, Mich.,
offer to Bend thtlr celebrated Klectro-Voltnic
Belt and other Klrctric Applhnct-a on trial
for thirty days, to yitn (young or old) sttliitcd
wllh nervous debility-, ios-a ol vitality nnd
manhood, and nil kindred troubles. Also for
rheumntiam, neuralgia, paralysis, nnd many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No
risk is incurred as thirty days trial is al
lowed. Write them nt onco for illustrated
A lady writia: "I have ued Ayer's Sarwt
pardln In my family for many Ji-nrf, Hnd
could not kiep houto without it. For the
relief ol the pains lonftipii-nt upon female,
weaknesses and irregularities, I consider it
without an equal."
A Kind ant! (iciicrous Heed. Hev. A.
Harber, Bupernuunti- mimbir of tie St. Louis
Conf. Jl. L church, writes from Morau,
Knnsa: "This retommendatiun is written
without solicitntioe from anjorn-; but I owe
it to those similarly iitllictcd to Fay that by
tho iiso of the Shake r llxtriut of Hoots
(Siegel's Syrup) I tens curi.l ol nn obstinate
and almost fatal indigestion both stomach
nnd liver being completely torpid. I was re
duced to a living skeleton. Friends, family
and phyBkian had given rno up. I was
keeping the fpnrk of life aim- with a diet of
raw eggs and milk. Now both siomich and
liver are performing tlieir lunit'ons. I have
many friends in Wistcrn Ohio, N'orthenst
Iowa and Southwest Missouri who would
like to know this."
The Honest Shaker, although he docs
not boast ot bis purit), altvajs makts goods
that can be nlied upon; fur inctanie, his
Shaker Ilxtraet of Hoots (Siegi-1'a Svrup) is
leally a valuable article. It U not recom
mended as a ture-nll, but ns a remedy lor one
single disease, viz: Indigestion, in which dis
ease it work3 like n charm. The Sbeker Tar
Capsules cure Coughs.
Silbailttiln for Colonic I iiml Oiilnint.
Simmons Livir Itegiilutor, purely vegetable
is equal in power to blue mns or calomel,
but without any of their injurious properties.
"I have used Simmons Liver Regulator, and
find it a most cxctllent nit Hi lap, acting Itke
a charm on tho liver. It is a most exctllent
substitute for ctlouiel. llnvn tried it in Eev
eral cases of bilious disordtrs, chuls nnd Ihtit,
and find it elficts a cure iu a mutt flat a torv
manner. Die J. II. How ., Clinton, (i t. '
It Hun ISii llllll. '
Smart Wieduud Hilledtmim -uinbincd with
the other ingredients tied in the lft port us
plasters make Carter's S. W. k I! I!w km he
Plasters the best in the market Price ib
A HehKlliln Alan
Would use Kemp't Hals tin for the Throat
nnd Lungs. It is curing mare tasis nf
Coughs, Colds, Asttuua, Hronehitis, Croup and
all Throat and Lung Troubles, thin an) other
medicine. The proprietor luu authorized Dr.
T. J. Casper, Druggist, to refund your money
If after taking time-fourths ot n bottle, relief '
is not obtained, Priie 60c and $1.00. Trial
CUKK8 Fllll 1'II.K.S.
Piles are frequently preceded hy a 8en3e ot
weight in the back, loins und lower part of
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
ho has some effectlon ot the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At time3, sjmptoma of
indigestion nro present, flatulency, uneasiness
ot the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
spiration, producing a very dis-igreeable itch
ing, after getting warm, is a common at
tendant. Iillnd, Bleeding and Itching Piles
yield at once to thu applnation ol Dr.
Bosanko's Pile Remedy, whiih nets Jireitly
upon the parts affected, absorbing the
Tumors, allaying the intense) itching, and
effecting a permanent euro. Price 50 cents.
Sold by Ad. Hakhaus k Co.
A iir.i.iAiu.K Aiiiici.i:.
For enterprise, push nnd desire to gel such
goods as will give the trade satisfaction, Ad.
Bakhaus k Co., the Druggists, leuls all com.
petition. We sell Dr. Hosanko's Cough nnd
Lung H) nip, because it is the best mi-diiine
ou the market, for Coughs, Cold, Croup and
Primary Consumption. Price JC lents and
$1.00. Samples free.
Hiek Jleadatho nd rilleve all tho troubles Inci
dent to bilious atalo of the ayeum, auch i lliz
alneaa, Narnoa, Ilrowaineaa, Dlatrt aa after tslln?,
Pain In tho Side, Ac. While their moat ruiiMk
able success bat bell Bhovt n In CD ring
Vkluablo In CouBllpallon, curing and preventing
ttilt annoying complaint, wlcllo thry alao correct
allillnonlira of the Homneh, etlmulato tho liver
aud regulate tho bowilt. Hun It the only cured
Aeho they wcrald bottmott prlceleaa to thcysn who
ml. r from thli illstrcotog complaint but fnrtu
natalr their coodneaatlwa not indhtre.andthciao
vtIiii onco try them will find tluso llttlo pills alu
blolnaornanywayithattheywUnottcwimug todiiwUhuutthim. Jlut after all HcW hil
la thofcanocf r-o tnanr lives that hero la where we
iaio cur preit boaaU Our J.U1. cure) It whllo
ouiira do net. . , ., .
Cuter'a tittla Liver mis aro ry email an.
very caty to tako. Ono or two pllla inalioa doaei
Ttcy r strictly Tii;itblo and do not gripe or
pnrw, but by their gmtle action pleaao all who
can them, In vlala al M c -nla t flva t or f 1, Bold
by diogKUU evayw hue, nr sent by mail.
CABTB MEDICINE CO.. Now York,
IMST AMI CHKAl'KST IN THE CITV.
I'roui,t attention (riven to or J era for famllr uae,
partiea, aociah, ate.
We have recently opened an lc cream park n
the cur. Center ana Jetteraon ata , and Invito ttie
public ireni'mlly to call anil r ua. Open attor
noona ami cvenlnga. Concerta br tbe tadat Hand
nn Dip grounla every Tueaday, Thursday and Hat.
K-arTelenlione C. W, Paynter, 1.
O. W. McDonald & Co.
McMonagle & Rogers'
JJIDDItETeVN. N. Y
Th. ir ntitK DKLirvcv eornmentls them
to all lovers of kink i-lavokh, while
economists appreciate tho fact that their
tiliK vt NiiiKMiTH requires the uso of but
li.u.r-riiH ejOANriTY of ordinary Flavor
ing L'tracts. Their own merits uro their
Tut liMI tllLilT mi.ttf tlkHt en I.m retur,i..l I-
ita m Mr Rftr tl.re.- . k. wmr Ir nut rouii.l
,n 'Ik t, ml Itairl - itiuiilL-dl.y -Iltr. aje
' l r Rtlva .ma piica. Sold by ttrmU.Uu
' VerjWl.lri llr-HHIU vt MurthUlrt ln.lttiuiiA
-:.r.--l,,mi u,llt,, u t'' 1iii- iiRiut.i.iitl.uliui.
Clf'CACO CORfCT CO.. ClilCHUO. III.
Tha Moat CUfhtfol
rlM Steamer. Low BU.
Tour Trip pv Wk Sa wea
DETROIT AND MACKINAC
And Bvtry Wek Dy Betwtta
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
Wrlu for our
"Picturesque Mackinac," Illustrated.
CcnUlna J'uU rartlou-.au. KaJIad l'r.
Detroit & Cleveland Steam Nav. Co.
C. D. WHITCOMB, QtN Pi. AOT.,
HANCE & CO.
40 South Market St. 40
GASOLINE STOVES !
Having closed out our entire
stock ofQueensware, Lamba, &c.
we still have a few of the beat
make of Gasoline Stovea on hand
that will close out at REDUCED
Boots and Shoes.
lluviiip, as stated aliovo, sold
out our (juconsware stock, wo
sluill now giro our Kpocial atten
tion to closing out tho balance
titiil the Special Lines nnd JOB
LOTS we are revolving direct
from the Inctories and other
W. A. HANCE,
40 South Market St
aUTTo nvold confiialou nnd nilaleakdlnv
tho puhllc, w will any (hat IIANCK
CO continue the alio bualneaa fat the
old annul, 14 WRiT MAIN NT,, where
you will itlwnya tlnd at Larare Htock, Low
l-rlcea uud Fair UeaUlMI.
RAILWAY fJlAIB TABLB
UIirIain1t C'uluiiibriM, UliioliuiAtl ttt In
tlHEAT CT.XT1UI. TUUNK KOUTH.
EAHT SLJSl) KT.
ITirooirh cr, with connectloia In Union ISrpot,
Only direct line via tktoland, llurtalo and ttl-
agra I-alia to Me Vork anil ttt Kuglciid.
Olrtct connection! lor nil Southern, Bouthweat.
em and Vratern tNilnla. ellh.r hr w.vnf rtKln.
nail, Inllanaiolla or tit. Lnula. Faat Time, New
Kiufpment, and riinntcc throih thu moat pope
lar iart ot the country; ptatoaalng erery npiill.
ance for apeod and eimifort known to bo acme
able. The Post llt.ad.Htxl and the tfafeat Kornl la
the Weet. Ticket! by thin popular rout lor aala
at all reifilar tlcknt oHcw.
A. J, eMITH, General I'aaaenter A rent.
I'leie land, Ohio.
t'. C. C. & I. KAttWAY.
Trt'.rn LtlTI Otlai fait.
Nlcht I'.iproea I2:i3 a m
Hpnnir,, Del. A Ucil. Acoum 7:N a m
K. Y. A Hotton Kxnreaa .... U.Wnm
(Jluclntinll ft W. V.Fut ijne.. . -j Uii u m
tjlevolitn I 'aHt Line. jms p m
Irilti Liiti 3olte Cci'.l.
MldalKUl Exprewt. 2-s.', a m
Ulnclnnatl niiil 8t. IxiuIh Llm ...., Vi.tu a m
Biirlnnnelil A C-lncliinatl Kzprem... HUOHto
Clccluuutl Fiut Litis ..... llijpin
Houtheru Kjprowt '1.4.1 nui
Uaytou, A (Jin. Kx n.18 p in
HprW. 4 ;in. Aocorn, Holiday emly. 7-U) m
Liayton, HirinRfield and I)el. Accotn... 7:10 p u
Irtlti ArrlTt fnm :ith.
HldulKlit Kiprenx 12-35 am
UartoD, ring, and lid. Aeooru 7:Wa m
W. y, A itimlon Kxprettri M MlM. u:tu-t m
Clu. A Springfield lixpre-m lltiftii in
UievelHiid Kurit Line.. , H:8lla
HprlDgrleld Aooom. 6:'jinm
Cln. A N. y. Kmil Line. "v W p m
BpM. A Cln. Accoiu., Sunday ouly 4 Ai ! in
Trilci irrlrt rrca In:.
Night F.xprens... 2:2j a ra
Clutl and el Limit Urn C:IUam
Cincinnati KimtLluj 13:Mprn
Sontliarn Kjcpresn. ... .. n.tj p r
Columbus, Delaware) A l)aylotiAo 7:lUpru
Tlieno train. ie tliei only one running on
Tram n-nvlni at 9.M a. m. hat through
ileepltig o.ir to Iiostou and Now York with
The, train leaving nt3;35 tin. parlor car to
Clovela-iel, couneotiug with the tbrouuh
sleeper lo Now York and lit ton.
Trulu .oivl v SirlngCtIcl nt 10 p tu lira
Hleepir to Ki w York wllhout changB.
All trulnn run uy Cenlrul ainridard Time
which la is uilnulea alowcr than iprlngaelil time.
Oku. II. Kniuut,
Ticket Agent, Arcade Depot.
GREAT THROUGH ROUTE
3 mora rTOffiiusMS 3
w Xail , eixcli waxy, v
Elegant New Stylo
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair (Jars on
And hlegant Modern Coaches on Day iTalca.
Steel Kails, Miller riattoroisand
Colliders, ,ir Itrakes and all
Sllfineat llli.l Moat Kealruble ltoitte Be
tween the Kafilaml Weat. Through
Ticket. hiiiI IlilKEHiie Check.
ti all frlnrlpnl 1'oluu.
rarllenlar adtaulacoa o0ered to Weatern Eml
granta. Ind and tourist TickeU to all mint
reached by any line.
Passenger Iralnaleate Springfield, 0.,Iroia Union
DeiMit aa lollowa:
Ooing Kaat, 6 05 a. m., 8:53 a. m 5:25 p. m.
9:lj p. in. '
Oolng Weal, 2.-:oa. in., 11-35 a. ra., 5:80 p. m.
UoingNorth,2 Ji a. ni 10:00 a. la., 6.-2U p. m.
Doing floutli, o. s. i:. It., lo.so a. in., 3:3jp. m,
From Kaat, '.'.05 a. in., 6.10 a. m., 11:15 a. m 6:(0
p. in. '
J-rom West, 2 10 a. m., 9:H a. m., 9.30 p. at.
Fruiu North, 1 50 a. iu ll 50 p. rn., t:M a. in.
rrom tviuth a 50 a. in., si) p. iu.
U. K. lleiidi-r.iiii, II. M. Ilroiiaon,
.. ''en I Maiiacer. ejen'l Tktel Awt.
IJ. II. ItelCili;, Agent. BpringtielJ.O.
Ohio Southern Dltlnlon.
Trains Arrl.e Irom lackson and.Waihingto,, L. H
Hprlngt'ld 11. n.
Mo. 1 (except Kunday) ... 5:15 p. iu. t:30 p. m
no. 3(McptSuiiila 10.10a. m. l':50.a. u
Trtliti D.otrt for Jickion aid Wtthlngtoa C H
bprlngl'ld K. It.
No. 2 (except Sunday) 11:45 a. m. 10 30 a. m.
IViJ. I (etcrpt Sunday) 5:55 p. tu. 6:H5 p. u
N. V. 1'. & O. UAILWAY.
Train leivt icota lait
No. 2accomm. dally, except Sunday 4 50 p.m.
No. , N. Y. Limited dally .......loriS i. di.
No, 8, Now Yoik Lxpreaa Uaily.........9.3i p. m,
Trilnt Leiva going Wait
tio. l.CIn. Kinreu dally 11:00 a. m,
No. 6. fat. L. Limited hxpreaa daily 3:55 p. an.
No. 4 leaving hire at 10:."J a. ra. arrlrea in New
Jork the noxt morning al 11:00 a. in. 'l hnura
through to ew York ttlthout change ot
For tlixeta to all polnta North, South, Eaat and
Weat and lurther tuforinatlon, call on
J. 1). 1'iiiKoKR, Aueut.oaceinst.Jaraeallotel.
1-ree hacka Irnm clly to deot lor all paasenjera
Koiug eaat 10 mllea or bevoud. Leate order (or
hack al ticket 011.10 one hour beture departure of
PAIN HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. ii St. L. Kailwav.
L. M. Jlhlslon Sjirint'llcld llranch.
A". 1. I o. 11. I No. 7, I "o. 6.
Fast I Local Wcatern.Minited
Uno. Kxpret.B. bxprean. Uxpreaa.
7.32am ll.Waml 4.3Cpui!
7.5am U.IOami 5HUpm
8.1";am 12.03pm I c.2opm
lO.SOain; 2.15pml 7.45pm
7.50pm 7.50pm l.lVau
Lt. Y. rtpr'ga
No. y.Kaateru Kxpre-aa, leavea Springfield 8.40
a. in.; Yellow bpringa U.OI a.m. Arrlre Xenia
9.30a. 111. 1 Columbiia 11. 10a. m.
No. C . No. 12.
2.30am 7.25am 'J-fOpm
I.T. Colli tub'a
7.iSm 2.3Upm) 7.15pm
Iu.u '.lui a uiiu
8.40am 4 15pm
4 15pm t&50pin
Ar. 1 . Bpr'ga
No. 10, local Accommodation, learea Xenia 5.80
a.m. Arrive Yellow bprlnga CIS a. in.: riprlng
Held 7.00 a. in.
Daily. (Dally except Sunday,
Train No. I uiakea Iramedlato connectlona at
Xenia Inr Waahlngton C. ll.,Chillicothe, Cincin
nati and Columbua. No. 9 la the Faat Kaatern
Kapreaa, making immediate connectlona at Xenia
lor 1'lttsburg, Harrlsburg, Waahlngton, Ilaltlmore.
Philadelphia, New York, lloaion, all Kaatern and
New hngland polnta. Aluo through car aerTlce lor
Cleteland. No, 11 make. dltct con
nectlona at Xenia lor Cincinnati, Ioula
Tllle and tmlnta Houth; through tralna (or lilch.
mond. ludlanaKilla, Ht. Loula and jlnta Weal.
No. 5 la the (aiuoua Limited Kxproaa and make
direct connectlona at Xenia (or Columbua, Pitta
burg, llarrtabtirg, llaltlioure, VV'aahlugton, Phila
delphia. New York, ltoatoii, all tCaatern and hew
England jioliita, alao Immediate connection (or
CleTeland, llullulo, Niagara Falls, Albany and
ttyracuae, N. Y. No, 7, last Line, V intern and
lioutheni hxpreaa, making ImmediateoonnocUoa.
at Xenia (or Cincinnati, Louliillle, Cbatlanooga
NasliTltte, Memphis, and New Orleana, and
lor Itlchtnoud, Chicago, and point
In the North and Northweal; Indlanapolla, Bt.
lula, Kanaaaltly aud polnta In the Weat and
BouthweaU All tralua run uu Central time,
which la 25 mlnulea alower than city lime. Tick
eta aold and baggage checked to all polnta Id the
United blatea, and reliable tniorraallou, can be
obtained at the eituce ol the Com
fianj'a Agent, thla city. Particular la
ormatlan aa to time ol tratu eotiata
llona, ratea, ate., cheerlully (urnlahed.
Cation J.M.lllNKrt.Clty Tlckat AfaoL
JAM. McCUKA, Manatjer.
H, A. IfoaU), Ueneral Faaaeager AftaaMi
- y"' i-,wm.
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