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GLOB1 HBPUBLIO. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1 18BB.
A 1 filer from Temi,
1'owi. Tex, July 27.
To Ihe Clltor ol I ho Ulobr.ltapubllc
Sime uur lust cuinimiiilctttluii we have see ti
n good ili.nl of Texas. We have traveled
tome on the cars, but pile all) In liatks
on liorstWk, and on tool. We traveled over
two h ii nil red mllra on pjnles, anil more than
ii thousand miles In tmcks, camping out
wleriur night overtook us. We have
tnluglrd itli the cowboys on the plains ami
prairies, shared their pritatlonl, endured some
ol ttiilr toils, enjoyed their hospitality, and
ullen admired thrlr pluck and ingenuity in
(elllnit aloog uiidir dillicultles. It is a great
mistake to class cowbovs with free-hooters,
lor, conildering their labors, privations and
surrounding", nobler class ol men can not
1 found In America.
The people here do not cloiie
their doors and windows at night.
There is a general fiellng of security which
ii truly enjoyable. V e have mingled some
with the L'omtiianclie Indiins In their tem
porary lamps at Wichita Kails and at llarrold
A few inn understand and talk some Knglish
but they are Ner) reticent. We, with con
siderable dltticult) and perseverance, drew
To-ji-ma, head chief of the Wakeena tMtd,
lulu answering some of our iUfStion. With
the eiception of the chiefi, they weiu no
ioering on their biads. Tliey make no sex
dljtinUioos In dres, or In manner ot pant
ing, or riding, and unless a pappoose is car
ried or some work done, you cannot tell the
bulks Irom the eiiuaws. The sjuaws do all
the work. In Ihlspaiticular it la a iuestion
Bouittliiits, whether this riptom will die oul,
nr be adopted by migliburing while men.
Huh cbiil has one lavorile spiaw who
waits iuhjd bim, and ft niinilier of other
uaws who wait upen his laTonte.
When he goes to ihe white "ettlemeuts ae
trikes bis latonte squaw with hnn, so I prf
uuuie we saw none but tin favorites. All are
smeared with war paint They look wilder
and greasier than the pictures you see in his
tories. We have examined soil and town
sites In Martin, Howard, Torn flreen, M teh
ill, Nolan, Taylor, Callahan, KdStland.hhack
ellord, l'alo, Pinto, Parker, Tarrant, Wise
Montague, Clay, Anher, IHylor, Wichita,
Wilbarger and Hardiman countie" Wichita
Tails is n county eciit ot 3,500 Inhabitants A
company is organized to obtain water power
Irom the falls lo run machinery. The lots In
the town of llarrold, In Wilt arger county.
were sold May 20, 1835. It uow claims J.000
inhabitants, has long rows ot busines bouns
and some food permanent building', among
which may be mentioned the Grand Windsor
hotel and the Link building. At llarrold we
ch irtered a tour-horse hack, and with a guide
started notthw est throuch Vernon, ihe county
teat ol V ilbarg?r lounty, Chiilicolhe, in Har
deman county, und on up the south fork of
Ited river. Tne water in Ued riier is very
red, muddy and salty
The beds of Pease, Red or Wichita rivers,
and tbe Aroyns or smaller streams, usually
contain quick san I, and in wet wiaiher, the
fording is difficult and dangerous We made
both crossings ol Pease river without dithcu'
ty, although a similar hack and team stuck
in the middle of the river. Tbe hack sunk
until the wnter came into the bed, a single
tree broke, passengers and team became ex
cited, the driver fell Into the water on tbe
quick sand and no doubt would have re
mained there, hal he not receded assistance
tin our return trip our team tuck in three
teet of water and mud in Wandertrs creek,
butbytinga lone rote to tbe end ot the
tongue and letting the team out on dry
ground, tbey brought the back sately unt
Upon our return to Peine river at a lower
trussing, we involuntarily raised our hats in
udiuiralion of cow-boy ingenuity The) bad
a herd of horses and a two-horse
grub wagon. They knew that two
horses could not take the wagon through, so
tbey lu less time than it takes to is rile It
fastened one end ot their ,'anats to the end of
the tongue and with the other around the
saddle pommei had a four horse ttam. The
row hot snddle is not like an easti rn saddle
With a lariat to the pommel a horse can pull
a heavy load either forward or backward.
The saddle with its girths and atuebmrnts is
a load for a small pony. Tbr land in Wichi
ta, Wilbarger, Arcber, and Hardeman coun
ties is principally a Ugh mesiiute land, same
as in Howard and Mlcbill counties.
The only timber away Irom the streams Ib
the nicsqiiite (prosopis jullflor), a small tree
ot prairie growth. Its roots are dug out tor
Associated with the mesquite may be found
several varieties of the cactus plant, one
scies growing from twelve to fifteen lett
high. Wesatche, chaparrals, mountain
sge, etc., abound on the plains in both
northern and western Texa.
In the mesquite region, along tbe banks ol
tbe streams the timber growth consists ot
elm, cottonwood, black jack, hacktierry, pe
can, wild plum, apricot, and an oicasional
live oak. The Boil is principally a red loam.
In many places it is mixed with a gray,
miudy soil Irom the granite and cretaceous
rocks. Hed sandstone is tbe most prominent
and abundant rock, altuough in some ot the
low flats there arc out-croppings ol .rotten
limestone. The soil in these places is usually
stitf, waxy and productive. The plains are
basin-shaped terraces, rimmed by ledgea of
conglomerate lormed ol beautiful and various
carved silicates and numerous shells united
by a ciliceous cement. The grasses on these
plains consist principally of curly, bsrbed
and running mesquite, interspersed with blue
joint grass, mountain sage, buffalo grass, burr
grais.tennels, tblstlcs,snntlowers,etc. Bermuda
and Johnson grasses have been introduced
along the blurls ol the rivers and draws,
and gypsum occurs in great quantities in
granular, fibrous masses
Plates ol transparent eclemites are aleo
(on nd underlaid and mixed with red
clay, and overlaid by a drift deposit of fcaml
dtnne. From about filteen miles west of Archer
City to S-yrnore a distance of twenty-five
miles we passed through a series of red and
white sandstone and gypsum banks. Some
of the sand rock is imtregnaled with iron,
uud occaslonall) we found copper oiide.
. The lirazoo Valley np and down from Sey
more Is a fine tanning country. In the gat
den and orchard at the Commercial Hotel, a
great variety of trees Irom the nursery at
Delaware, 0 such as mulberry, apple, grae,
etc., were growing and bearing ripe Iruit. I
never saw a more rapid and pert ct growth ot
vegetables and fruit. The well water here
contains carb. ot calcium and carb, ot mag
nesium. The mesquite land wherever found, al
though sandy and sometimes gravelly, is
fine-grained and close.
On inclinations the watt r runs oft almost
as readily as Irom the back of a goose, and
where the surface is basin-shaed tbe water
remains as in a jug. The water does not sink
into the ground. The pools, sometimes cov
ering many acres, are called tanks. t Without
theie the Indians, buffaloes, wild horses, an
lelopes, etc., could not have inhabited the
plains. Tbe prairie dogs might have existed
lor it Is believed that in every village they
dink one bole to water and use It as
a wtll. Tbe more and the
seeper this land be ploughed,
tbe more water it will absoib and the better
It will produce. Also, if the water be re
tained In the soil and in the crops, instead of
running to the gulf, the evaporation Irom the
plains will be Increased mauy loll, and the
r.mlall will be Increased In tbe same ratio.
This theory la well supported by facts, and
we hesitate not to predict that in twenty
yeaia Irom now, If the big tat le syndicates
can be broken up and farmers let Into the
country, Northwestern Texas will be tbe
greatest cereal-producing region on the glolie.
I'o give some idea of the sue of (arms and
ttle fanchu here we will give tbe dirmn
atom ol one we passed through Ulweeu
W Ichita Kails and Beymore. It is thirty miles
iuuare Qd consequent! contains 000 square
miles, but little less than the state of Rboi'e
Island. It is encloel bv a wire feme.
1 lil Is said to be not the largrst but only one
ol hundreds ol large rat ilits We ate now
at Howie tlie western idge ol the upper cross
timbers called cros tltnUrs became the
timter trend is transverrcto therivtrcoursea
This timber belt nvi rages about thirty
miles in width and extends from the Canadian
river on the north to the Colorado on the
south, It Is along the 08th meridian and
principally between the M and J4 north
Utltu ie. Ihe reck of tliii ngion is prlncl.
pa ly conglomerate, or red and white sand
stone. About five miles west of Cougar mountain,
in a deep lanon, we dug Into the coal cutcrop
and found what seems to be the permian vein
of the carboniferous age. The coal ii mixed
with slate, soa -stone and ilay It Is ex
tremely triable and will not bear transporta
tion. It seems that Texas must have remained
submerged much longer than the surround
ing country, lor alt western Tixas seems to
Ic a deep dritt a conglomeration ol hetero
geneous elements The composition of the
water, the arrangement of rocks (If such a
thing exists), tbe longitudinal and transverse
timber belts all Indicate irngularit) audi
think favor the theorj ot friquetit nibmirg
iogs and emergings and consequent drills
The timber growth in this transverse belt
cons ts principally ot post oak, black jack,
some elm, tottonwood, walnut, pecan and
The live oak grows In clump'. The
branches are vir long and furnish a delight
till rettiat Irom the summers heat and win
ter s chill
More than lliree-fourilis ot the soil is in
soluble siliia Ihe remainder uinsKts of ol
silica, potash, soda, lime, nmgnrla, oxide ot
mangane'e, oxide of iron, alumina, phos
phoric acid, water and organic matter. The
soil produces well now and icrtainly will
continue to do so, epecislly It pitplmtesbc
added occasionally Tle soda is evidently in
excess of tbe poliuh but the potash is In suf
ficient quantity and theienud be no feirs
ulmut too much soda. Water inn Ie obtained
Irom ii to 40 ftet. It Is cool, palatal l and
wholesome. Its conioillon of cour-e de
pends upon the strata through whlih i
Tho best soil will prodme over 100 bushels
of oats per acre, and oilier crops in propor
tion. pple trees and iach trees are heavilj
loaded with large, luicious fruit.
Although it is midiummer the heat is not
oppresilvo during the day and the nights Bre
always cool. Many things In southern Txas
attract our attention. The twilight Isriiorter
and the days shorter than la Springfield, U
At noon ot a clear day we cannot tell which
way is south. Polaris seems much lower,
Lrsa Major dips more, while the altitude ot
&corio Sagittarius is in cetibly increased
The tun rises and sets more nearly due eai
and wist than at home There are hundreds
of other things in rclerence to soil, climate
etc., also incidents in camp llle that 1 have
noted, but I find that 1 bac four time
too much alrtady. Itethard and Bur
nett enjoy frontier li'e sj much that
I do not know whetbe 1 can get them home
or not. 1 wish 1 could have photogin,hid
the Scene yesterday while tbey were shootinc
prairie dogs in the Nation We find the cit -zena
of Wichita rails and Bowie, where we
stopped the longest, intelligent c urteous
and very kind. Captain Hunch, ot the Wicl
ita Herald, and "Colonel Davies, of Howie
Cross Timbers, are enterriiop ncaspaper
men. Kijecinlly are we under obligation to
F. P. Knott, . A Knott and family, Hev.
n . Blackburn, pastor V K. church, Dr J
W. Mullen and the Harris family, tor the
kind attention given us while at the Kails
Th" Knott brothers are almost worhipptd by
the Indians and are hell in high esteem by
all. Dr Hayes ol Bowie, also deserves I ur
thanks for tavors rendtred.
If lour Tejt ami GofTee
Don't suit ye u go to Dickson's Tea Store, as
they are eld reliable dealtrsand have had long
experience iu buyinu and sel,lrg that goods,
besides wc give you hands me prerents free
Dickfoo's Ten Store. 3t S Market bt
Fxciirsliin tn l.ftki CtmiltAlHitiBv.
The S V P A O Ii. U Co will run a
srecial excursion to Lake Chautauqua, Tut 1
day, Anguit 4 Train leaves Springdeld s'a
tiou at 0 20 p m Fare for the round trip
only $1. Tickets will le good to titurn on
any regluartrln up to and iniluding train
No. 0 leaving Lakewoml at 1 38 a m , Satur
day, August H, giving ample time to viit all
oints of interest, including the Chautauqua
Assembly, or to take a Bide exclusion to
For tickets and further information call on
J D. Phleger, Agent. OUi e iu St. James
On In Kmiton.
To enable the many friends ol the Seventh
Regiment boys to remain in camp with
them during tbe evening exi-ni'ts, the ri-
tnrn rnrlinn of the ernnrsinn licetm Irr An.
gust 2 will tie made to return on special
train, leaving Kenton at 5 p. m , or on No. 1,
which leaves at 11 p m.
U H. Rociik, Agent.
Bklng Powder, our own make, tqual lo
auy and one-third the price. Only lie. per
pound, at Dickson's T Store, 31 s Market St.
lllackberrlea for Cituliluc.
This is the height ot tbe blackberry season.
Large supply received every day at Morrow's
Try Schneider Ilro 's Champion "Pilsener"
Amsterdam Coffee two ouiids for 21.
MoBt economical codec to buy. You'll find
this coffee far above your expctations D.ck
son's Tea Store, 34 3 Jiarket ht,
(1 lu the Ittkes,
Beginning Sunday, August 2, and contin
uing each Sunday iu August, tbe I., II A W.
It. R. will sell round-trip excursion tickeis tu
Sandusky for $2 50, and Pu'-ni-Bay and re
turn for $3 Train leaves Springfield at '2 II
a. m , and returning leaves Sindusky at 8
p. m. D H. Rociir, Agent
On Sunday, August 2nd, tbe I. II .t W. Ity.
Co. will rnn a special excursion train to the
7th Regiment camp, at Kenton, O , leaving
Sptinefieid at 8 a. rn , returning I ave Ken
ton at B p. m., arriving at Spri'efield at 7 30
p. rn. Fare tor round trip (1 15. Don't fail
to take advantage of this S Undid oppor
tunity of visiting tbe boys in camp. Injec
tion muster and review by General Olfut, of
tbe U. S. Army, D. H. Rociik, Agent.
Fine high grade cultivation coffee, equal to
any sold in tbe country, at one-third lis
price. Dickson's T Store, 34 S. Market ht.
Blue Head I
Try Schneider Bro.'s Champion "Pilsener"
Buy blackberries lor canning, preserves,
Jam, etc, this week while they are cheap.
Morrow has the lest,
Kaeuraluii tu han Kraiirlaco.
On Tuesday, August 11, a select excur.ion
party wll leave via the I , B h W. R, II, lor
Hin Franciseo, Cal. Parties contemplating a
trip to Ihe Pacific toast should take advant
age of these rates and convenienies For
particulars apply to the I., II. Ii U ticket
office, Springfield, O.
O. (, Rociit, Agent.
leas, Teas, Teaat
At Dickson's Ta Store you can always get
the best Teas for COc. per jouud. Beautiful
pictures free besides usual tea chtik. Dick
sou's T( a Store, 3t S Market"!,
Try Schneider Bro.'s Cliamilon "IMieuer"
HAlooiikeer' I'roteettve AMsoclalion,
Special meeting at John S angwiberger'a
Hall oa Sunday, August 2, at U a. m, sharp
Judipu Schukiuxu, I'rea't.
Ihrre w 111 be a special meeting ol Mitchell
Poet No (, (1 A II, Tuesday evening. At
gtut llh, to select reprtamtatives to attend
ihe funeral of our latp conimandir (lenersl
(Irani II; command of K. S. I kmiii n,
Ciias. W 8in.WAmn, P. C
I iiiiraion tc sn Friini Uco.
On Iuisday, August 11, a select excursion
party will leave via the I , B. & W, B. R. lor
hsn Francisco, Cal, Parties contemplating a
trip to the Pacific coast should take advant
age of theie rates and conveniences. For
patticuhra arply to the I., Ii. A W. II 11
ticket office, Springfield, 0.
D. II. Rochi, Agent.
lllue Head I
Try Schneider lire ' Chutnplon "Pllsener"
Mr Joseph Ilruxa, whose magnificent work
has won him an enviable reputation, has
opened a shop at So. 31 Kast High street.
The finest and roost elegant shots lor ladles
and gents ever seen In this city were the
work ol Mr. Ilruxa, who has no equal In the
West as a tine workman.
Orand oeiiing of new novelties tomorrow
for the children, tree to all buying J Ib tea or
one pound colfie at Dickson'e Tea Store, .14
S. Market St.
Can your blackbirnes now, while tbev are
cheapest. Fresh supply every day at Mor
Choice blackberries lor canning, etc., at
Morrow s, cheap.
I'xt iimliin 111 Hnn Kraut lro.
On Tuesday, iugmi 11, a select excursion
party will lews via the I , B. k W R. H lor
San Francisco, Cal. Parties contemplating a
trip to the Pacific coast ahould take advant
age ot these ratte and conveniences For
particulars apply to the I., B A W. R R.
ticket oflice, Springfield, O.
I). II Rocni Agent.
Dr M Y elh, the well-known physlciao,
loom) up verj prominently iu the race for
nomination lor Coroner upon the Republican
tuket, end we know ol no one more worthy
of the offiit, both Irom the fact that a pby
(ician is tht proper pt-rson to occupy that vo
lition aid tbnt the Dr. is deserving ol recog
nition at tin hands of the party, having been
unsparing ot his exertions in his position as
Central Committeman lor the past two years
rpltK un ler-icned have thtsitAjr formed a ro-part-1
lierahtii lor the practice of liw under Ihe rirui
nalueot lluwuian -V Huvnian, HpriDgfteiil, Ohio
ti A. Bowman,
h. ( ItOWUAN,
June 15, ISM, J. K. Bowman.
1-iirtiit rhli utire.
rrlih un lerMffieil have this day forme.)
I p.rnersnip lor me i rBitice 01 taw
;o JO, tut Main street, bprlngfteld. Ohio
r bank C. Goona.
rlt-t). N r tn the command of an execu
tion of Rule l.sue-1 froi the Conrt of
romrnon Bleaa of Clark cotiritv.Otilo, anel to
me directed and delivered, 1 will otter for sale
nl puhllc arctlon nt the ftuith door of tho
lourthnuv or said count), In tho city of
Springfield, Ohio, un
Saturday, Aiiku.i IS, A. I)., IH83,
At one o'clock p m .the following described
mortKftmd premise, to-wlt
MtuateJ In tne town.lilp or tfoorcfleld,
i-nuntj-of ('lurk, nod Stale of Ohio, and da
icrlned a follows U wit- The following de
scribed runt t statu and apptirtetaiices k novn
a the Moor.fleld Mill t roHit, and atluatvd
lu.ectioi a uanii iu anus ana t, in township
', rnuxe lu, M. It H , being IT ts-liuacrea In the
northeast e-irncr of said tecllon V aa (Kecrlbed
and bmindMl lu deeda of couve)anoe dated
Jul 31, lSvt. ooiiveiiiiK atd prcnil.ee by the
mid plaintiff to UrtKl John J Hnyder, totetti
er with all rlithlH, easement and prlvl Inc.
connected with and appurtenant to dam on
Buck creek and the race-wave lo convey the
waters of .aid reek, uhclher situated In neo-
tlona , in, Tort or kino lown.nip, all nghla
And advantages received liy,or ace ruing from,
the conditional Kranl of rlsht ol way to the
8prlngf1ld and Mnortfltrld,now tliel) , L' ,C
I I Il'y. Co ,an morj fu ly deocrlbed and spe
cified In Htld deeds of coux.yance above re
ferred lo. to which reference la hereby made
Hald alHive described premltea appraised at
--aid iiliovo deMirlo-dpr-mlsea to tieaold oy
order of t ourt of Common IMeaa of Clark
ii uutv, Ohio, In caeo No. IMS, wherein Wit
Ham M eaxetl ct al .executora etc. of Kilxa
i eazell. deceased, and Mary J. Thatcher are
plHinttfN and John J Snj tier arid Josephine
Mi i-r, in. wne, htm oeienunnia.
lermaof Kale t aali.
WILLI.-. M K HAKFK, Rhertff,
Clark Lounty, Ohio
J. Waiiukn Kririit, Atlorue).
til AUDI VS sl.i: OP KKAI, KIT AT K,
IN pur.uanee of an order of the l'robate Court
of r lark I on ut), Ohio, tome dlre ted, I will
oiler at tin r lie i-ale on the njemtM-s known aa
tiieHmlih Wallace farm, in Bethel township,
atxiut live lfJ mile, wtt.1 of r-prlUKtlcld on tbe
-"prliiKtreld and New Larllslo pike and al-out
oim ami one. nail ti-j roues norineani oi ciou
lids', tile, on
ftMurdny, Atigu.t H, 1KH1,
at one o clock p lu . tho following real ctafa
Hltuatr In Ihe County of Hark, tn tho Rtato of
Ohio and In the township of Bethel, and being
an undivided one-clRhth I'J of tho southwc.l
uuurtcr ol section thirty tfvc STi) of township
innr ii in range nine wj oi laua. liiug oeiwecn
tne Miami rivers oeiug mo name pretni.es cou
vejid loemllh "Aallacn hr Hugh M. Wallace bv
deed dated January & 1HM, and recorded In
nl Hi. paves II7K lived ltecorda o( (lark
Count), Ohio czeept 3 W H acre, off the
niirincitai corner, foineiiu ui ji rernncuy
iitui ret orueu in vol , page j&: ucea uec.
urda oft lark lounty Ohio.
Hatd out .eighth l'H lnlcreat la appraUed at
II il M
lirmanf sale One-thlre? ca.h In hand, one.
third In one jear and one third iu two jeum
from the dale of sale-deferred payments to be
on Imirem friuu ilay ol .ale, pa). bio annnall),
and be secured b) mortgage on the premises
sold. Iluiiil It IlAKIIACHV,
Guardian of Hugh M. Wallace.
At Ihe Kime time the other helra of Smith
Wallace will oiler their Inlere.Uln hald real es
tatufor sale on .amu terma a. above, an that
imrcliaterian obtain entire premlnea. The rial
e. tale will M offered In parcela to ault pur
chattr.ai d aa a whine and will tic sold In
whatever wav produica the mo.l moue).
C B Konor,
Agent for Wallace Heirs.
Om-ak T Maktin,
IIISAICIIIAN'S HAI K OI" ItKal, KSTATK.
I t ursuanco of an narter of tho l'rol ale Court
of Clark (.ountv Ohio, to me directed 1 ulll
oiler at publli sale on tlie premtaea known a.
me finiin naiiaiti larm, in iteinei luwiimip,
about five's; rillca we.t of Fprlngheld on tho
i-prliigtleldauil New Carlisle pike and about
one and one half tl'j, mile, norltitaat of lion
riutunlay, Angtiat 8, 1881,
at one o clock ti lu., the following rial vaiate
Situate lu Ihe Count) of Clark, lu the htate of
Ottlo and hi the rown.hlp of Bethel, and being
an iiiidiildedono-clKhli (Wj of the aouthwe.i
ouarterof .tctlou thirl) Ihe aii of township
four 1 1 In raige nine 10J of landal)lng between
the Miami rlvera being, the same preml.es con
ve)ed lo.iiiitlh Wallace by Hugh M, Wallace by
deed daled Januay a, l5, and n corded in
ol no, I ago tslH Mieed Kecorda of riatk
fxiuut), Ohio except 3 80-101 acre, oil tlie
northeast corner, eonvejed to B H, I'errlneby
died recorded In ol ti page Ifi; tJeed Hon
orda of t laik ounty. Ohio.
-nld one eighth a Interest la appraised at
$1 i', J0
Term, of sale--. One third k raah In hand
one third (!., In cue jear and oue-ihlrd I U) In
two yearn from thedatoof sale. dilerred pa),
menu to bon Irtereal from dnyof sale, ara
ble annual!) and boMcurcd by mortgage on
tho I remise, sold. lluuii 11. Hariuirk,
Guardian ol Grace A. Wallaio,
At Ihe same limn the other hctra of Bmlth
W.llate wlllnfler their Intcreata In aaM real e
tate for Mile on name terma aa above, o that
purchaser au obtain entire premlaea Ihe real
estate will bo nirnrid In parcela tn ault purchaa.
era and aa a whole and will tie sold In whatever
way producca the inofcl money.
r. 8. Koauy,
Agent for Wallace Heirs.
HrewgleHi) I'aUnt iteia HoUer.
tully atlachad lo all carriages, wagona and farm
inailiiiery wh.ie boiM-. are naed. KvaryU'dy
who awn. a borae wattaooeor more. aruieia
buy i to a dux. eaoh.
On. Dealer .old II do.. In in days. An
Agvut.uld 111 dm. In Salara. Wr.ta at onre
for teim.. K. h. UUhWMfhK, Holly, Mich.
AS AN INVESTMENT,
Your money had better be put into a good pair of shoes than a poor one. It
is not always the highest priced shoe that is the most serviceable. Cow hide
will outwear kid. Extra workmanship and finish, whiio always desirable, of
ten represent simply "style," but they cost extra money. The shoe that is not
stylish looking rarely gives satisfaction, however durable it may be. It is our
aim to so combine the twostyle and durability that we can sell a better
shoe for the same money than you can find elsewhere. We give you more wear
and more gentility fur your outlay, in short, offer you a better investment.
ROUSE & PARSONS, 26 S. MARKET ST.
Just the right combination of high grades of green and
Particularly suitable for making DELICIOUS ICED TEA. This Blended Tea will be
found to have less or the bitter taste tannin, than any othrr, aid consequently, it
is especially desirable and healthful. Put up in pound, half-pound and quarter
pound packages, and for sale by
THE J. D. STEWART CO
No. 8 West High St.
Maxims Illustrated !
A KINK FNOIIAI INt), 24.11) Inches Mil I by
aiiharription only, lly iti.ll, MH , r-ell.on .Iglit
everywhere Hrst cl.. cnvnHr8 only of luilh
aeie. lOOtiereent profit, hend for dinrrlpttie
circular Addreo lltANKI.IN Il.l.lls.
TKATKII, ft Mouth Slilli street, llro.ikl) n,
(Office hours, H to 11 A. M.)
I V I Th tiOft (Hlucritionfil RlvsntiprtniTi ris!,
H Fxpennentii'Mit-rme rworrurM.nf tiiy,
" free Ss.liolariihlii4 In l t worthy ulu lent.
HlThe tifit lertu In UilU,fti 1 A rati t my Ik
Klui hpttmtir loth atalobruvi m nl oh upplkatloii.
NOTICK TO CO.NTHAOTOIW.
SKAI EI(l'K01"OntI.-l Hill bo reielvcd at the
ofnoe of th city ( lerk of tho city of
bprlnggeld, Oilo, fur furnlaulng lnatortala
and coii.tructliig Ihe main Howor of so much
tfthe Center atreet aewer district, or auuir
dlatrlct .So. I, an Ilea on and la for Center
street between Mill Hnn .ewer and the .ouili
II lie of Mulberry street, according In tho plan,
profiles and apeclllcatlona therefor on llle In
Ihe nfllce of tho civil Fnglneer of aald olty.
All bid. mint lie fur furni.hlng nil the inn
terlala and comp ell tig the work according to
aald plana, proflloa and apclflcatinna, inu.t
mat prlno fur lab ir and innU rial .epavtely,
muat healgned by the full nnmoof allpu aims
lutereated In aald bid and shall alan be signed
b) Home reaiioriMlhlodiiiliiteriated person a. n
guara it.e that a contract will b euteied InUi
and the work performed, provided .aid I.I I I
accepted, and must be on llle with tho I'll)
(lorkunor before 12 n'olo'L, noon of rue
da), the lat da) of bcptemticr, Iw'i to be
opened and publicly read Immediately after
ISo'cloik, noon, of aald day In tho pn fence
or the City Clerk, Mayor, City 1-ngliucr and
Aaalatant City fnglneer. or any two of In em,
and rejKirted to Council by the City Clerk nt
Ihoflr.l ngular m.eiinK of Council tin n af
ter, I'll" Council ro.erva the right tortject
any or all prop. .al. so received for any pnr
poae the) ma) di em aulllc-lciit.
By order ol Council.
J. S. 8iiFWITr-. 1 11) Clerk.
For 15 yean at 37 Court Place, now at
fet Third and fourth. ' lMldVlllu.Ilj
MMrmatorrne ana lmpotenoy.
M uiejrsmun or Mil uua ia jotaua twin 1 tinfitii in mtv
tarfrya-ir or 4br , kad rnlrrtDf m tuttf ib ful
hiwlic tftewtw ttTfttiiiiiN brinin.l r a Uai nt (nijlt u tt
iom ii drMtnt) UIihuom f Mi lit litftanlrt fctKurj Inf.
trslUva flint It! Q YC, JltClftuU U MiclrtT of t"ii -l
CoLfuatssB of lOWeu, IaM f li tit) I fovnf . Wndenos;
narn.fo Id roir r ontifti frt r U,rwtlj onl pern
aettUy ttirwC HYPMlLtlS fOwial'VyClirttf OifO.
il'ir'UtU'" & .TiW Gouorrheu,
QIETi Hificivr. (JrtUUi Honm (oi ku(.Wei
Film aMtdOUtarr pmiMcl Mat ((UlCalj flfl.
Il la MlMrMobl tbol phj iMib fc m la itlntloa
toa wrtklD duir dla-toaaw tod imuni IbouiaMt .uti.
kllj ftoqutrM rroaloltlL, PbjiloUo ktuiwtoiUiUfavHorifn
rexotnmetid iranaa l af car U tia It b lwanblt til U
tUU lb titj ror irMtaHMtt. aiortUtnaM caa t-J acut pmat)
a.nd tafal; t ta r oiirri aojbr.
CirM Gunranteed iu all Caei
Cnutuiiatiioiia -ra-taU; r hy V-tir trt asd InvtlM
Cbargej rtaooablo au4 Mrrt.odtnc trleil tXLdiwUL
Of KM f roUitt 44rM aiurrlr nM W thirty
Wt (tUU ttbvuJd b rtd B aJL AttTf ai l
itrua b-w tnm I i- U. to T. H. Sun4ua.fWiF V
'iliei beiit preputatloii for promoting tin
fsTovWhof tlio luir, anel forri'-loilriit'ri)
hair to Its original color, Is Hull's- ll.ilr
Kenevter. As it ilresilti,'. It Ii um sjunlt il.
Mrs. Alfroil llloilt'ttt, 118 JIoHanl st.
Uetrolt, Mlcli., w rites : "ISefurc I ioiii
my hair vim uiak, tlilii, t nl;ru). I um
now M jiars of ae, luivo Usui tlio It .
newer (or tlio lu-sltcn 51t.ru, uml os.c.s u
heavy ruw tli of brmviiliiilr." jlr.T. II.
Collins, Iajt;aii4Kjrt, Iinl , vvrilt.. "I
littoiiie (jray vtlicu J wua tiiltn 3 aaaiiii.
Hull'. Hair Ktnener rr.tortil my linlr t
II. orlKlual color, nml Intrtistil tho
Browlh. It alao prevtnts tlumlruir, uinl
keepa tho hair soft anil glossy."
I'rotlucta a hamlsoimt hrown or Maik,
with tho k.est 1 vpi inllliirii of Hun,
trouble, or moiny. It is- iihvuja afi'iiml
romenltnt to use-, uml h'lwsn ptmium ut
eolor to tlio whisker, or iniistai he,
K. 1. HALL ii CO., Naahua, N. II,
Sold by all Dru'lata.
THE J D STCWART CO
Popular Summer Resort I
Directly on the Main I tne of the
New Yi rl, lViin. A. Ohio Knllroml, Mid-
iij Ilctviccii Cincinnati
mill .Not iork.
Illglieat Navigable IV.lyot Watir on tliefonll
iieut Hoi 1 ict AImivc the On an an I 721
rict Abote I ake rrle, hlstniHe
CLIMATE PURE AND INVIGORATING!
Tic Lake In? I mile, lung an 1 from one to fne
milt, wile jiki',l, tilltniia, lirillilh'. I'ollit,
ileum. Point, lu Mew, 1 aveiiiid, .Marlhs's
Mncvarl, ralriwlnt ami Point iliauuii ii. are
among the dllh rent renorl. on the like, j atrun
lrl I y .umiiier vMlors riire are gwl holelv at
The Famous Chautauqua Assembly
lla It. head marten at Ch.utauqna Ijike and
convene. In July .n t Auu.t of very ye. r. (hie
of theiiio.1 .iuUr results on tloljite Ii
Ilrrn .11 pss-eiifor trains o! the New ork.l'enn
aylvanlaand Ohio railrosd lr p during Ihe .eanon,
It being tliothaiitau uaI,alcblslloii,and lliedls
trlnutlng jiolnt for Urn entire 1-akc Iherc re
two hotel, at 1 almond, loth I elng ot liumeu.e
.ie, eatable if airommoil.ting rive limiilntl
gne.t. each. Nuinrrou. Meanurs are cor ilantly
l lying Ihe Lake lr.u.irllng vialtur. to all lnt..
Those in M-un-hof a lrsjnt remirt Io.h-iiiI ihe
Rtuiiuier month, lannol fiml a more convenient or
delUntful plate llian I aae t li.ntjiHiiia.
Via Newport. IVniiaylvanla anil Olilo lullrnaj,
are on ..Ie .t all total Mitloin and at al.tluus of
connerllng line, from June l.t, kikhI for return tin
til Se leiul.tr JUlli A. K. I I.AIIK,
. . (len'l Pasn'gi r Agent.
C. I'AIMJ. Hen'l (-up't
( I.I- VI I.AM), OHIO
PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS
HAIMV y, 1(1 All, 10IN1-,
The only Line villi eleKant tliroin car vervlco
INTO NEW YORK CITY
THE ONLY LINE TO BQhTON
rjlST EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY
.All I: I rat ( Ian rickets to lolntu hist arot'io'l via
Ami Ikketsof like diss 'oeviork tanhert
chaigcd without additional nwt.fora trip
Down the Hudson River
UfMJii iltie no 11(0 to tho (-onOiutur Uforo reachlnn
Theouly I Ine runnluu .olid train, lu Ihe
MIuImIpi I lllv r
THRCUGH SLEEPERS AN0 COACHES
TO ST. LOUIS.
Dmct louiicctlon. lu I MOS IIH'OH lor all
IMula lu the
West and the Pacific Coast.
OFF I IN r (.nllTU The direct mule Uialliwiims
Ireet roule Oi:ill-,lr
tho boulhern tiluleu
ULL 4.111k UUUIIIl
Apply to any. Ticket Agl.
O.B. SKINNER, A.J.SMITH.
! rathe Manager
Malaria and Fever and Aguo
riMIIIH,V ( IJl Ml and IhoroiiKhlyeradhatnl
from Ihe.ytlem hy ii.lt k W lillleniiire'. Hut rn
inentii Acne rspetllle. (ouialn. iiolliliu; in
Jurioua to the most il llnti toeultutlon. Ia a
apleuilldTinlofurtboaa aiiRtrlis; from il.hlllly.
iiiKiierlihment of the htood, and unfailini; re
a orerol lo.i of llle Prejaied I y . 1 harina
cl.lof juyearaeiiiilniio I net lo te had ol
your ilreiMlit .unl SI to Ida mar ufa. hirer, I' W .
Whllleiniire, II11.I..11, N y aUj ,, wm'i,,,,,,,
dlatelyhenl you a hotlle u any paitof ihueuuii
VJ (IINI4CHIMI nl lh lteu.seli.er I'nly.
le.ln.le lli.lliule, rrn, .N, 1. rliHOI.le.len.
glni.rli (.ehool lu tinerl.a .Neil t.rm U.lu.
rseoinuher 10 Hie iKKl.ier fur llil ennlaln. a
lljlof Imar duaia for llio.pa.1 .lilt-ciiii y r.,
un tholr i.islllon., al 11 courMi of iinjy, re-
.pilmueul. n.iel te. lc A.hlleiu
''" M. (IHKKM , llireeliir.
llaueor f arc a.icii
R. P. Willis & Son,
GAS AND STEAM FITTERS,
DISINFECT YOUR PREIV1I3ES!
I.lltlc'ri Soluble Hip jlc, the licet non-iolHOiionn Itoodorlrcr and Dlstnfcr
luiil knovvn. It Iiuh jimt liri'ii iiroiioiinccil to l)t thrcp timed intiro itowfirful than
any oilier illHlnfcctiinl In the imtrkol lij Ihc COMiUITEK OX DISINKKOTANTS
'.'C J" Aniprlfun I'ulillc llcnllli Ahnih liilloti rt'contly In hfhnIuii nt tho John llop
klns' Diilurslly, Iliiltlniorf, lor IcMlliii; (oiiiiiiirclnl iIIsIiiIkIuiiIh. Sold In t!rc,
oOc, and ?1 bottlon.
AD. BAKHAUS & CO.,
(V. ve:i iiiHt Muin Htroet.
Waukesha is a Charming Summer Resort
OX '1 Hi: i IIHUiJO, .MIMVAUhT.i: and ST. i'AUl, and V. .V. X. . K'IS.
Tho Wcll-Known "Cuoon oi" AVlltor,,,
helKii. alone aintiii .VATl'KAL Ilirn.rtf TAIII. WATFItS II. nuiucniiia rumi. tltor. havo one
iX'r.uMli'al.r :.'J T, $$. ' "e W"' ""' '" W"k-b " "mlj. olio
1 ho Memorandum of the ixal (loverniuenl Hoard, l-nnland, July 11, 1WI "If any taint, however
' , - : " -..-. . , .ran m.rii.,111 outer ooun V 1 1 u rinKIIltf water. II Imti.ru Ol tifinr.
moil, volnnie.of .mer the wor of pr. .ti..llnK dlseiko mama w.wr, it impart, uienor-
lr. JohnC. l'oteri, M Malison ave ,.ay. "When thelyhoil Rem,, (tils Into itrlnklnu water, thev
li re as ni.riiiou.iy, n I repro lute the Jise... In vHrlou. ,,,.', w ,k lie ri (""" "'" ",e7
. nil? ,,i,W' Heallli l.eoit -' No iiinoiini of pure we.u air In the lungs c an uei traliae Ihe had
Heel, of t.ilulidaalil liltlin.tiiiuMii " New lurk lliriM.
fhelainctl,' ' June JIIiiii I July 7, lnJ,aa)a "llaler Is llie Rnat tarrlir of the Invective aenila
Pure aaler .lioulil Iw availahle at all ... ns, hut this is e,erlallf nec.ssry In wa ni wt.ther "
liinnim Wtll. lit allhl iuii.iis.sloner llatmnnil, llrwiklyn, reiH,rla: "-iiute wo l.i:an our initllon
if -.1 Hum,, well, we luvuelGMdalKiiil A, Tlieavt.rl. unlfi for human M,,,.,nf"lm. Th'"""
IU wella yi t 11 esl.leiito, alwul Alof whlth are non.1, l.ilnir free from impurities "New ork Herald.
..&.' Villi i." I'.",1 ,""""!',"'' ' '"" f "t.'"J .."OMlJtpide.nii.'ol tv hold fevers olaVrve.1 In
varlou. loealltlt .. In I J., i .Hi. Hip iikl lmln Iki.I il ..in. - .1. i. -...i - .'.... ...
181111111; luinuritlt. "
- i . ... .... u,... , ... .lluuii., iK luuno iimii me um oi viur uin.
fw"'k lleral.l "Pure .K r la of inure ui.oilant II an i un milk."
uii.. "ii !" f,f,-N,l 'Vjri.iiere kno.n a. the great h'l l,t, lllill-r ,! llhUu, Cure In-dor.a-1
hy me.ll.al prft.lon Addrt.. i. u. I'llj t.N r, Waukwha, Wi.
LEADS THE TRADE IN
Wedding and Fart Invitations, Visiting Cards, Etc..
Prii.ted or Engraved.
CU'.STEU 1'A'JTKHN, Mix'M ch.
.Ubo .nili, i In. h, .nil Inch dretmed utrlpn, ,,-ry n(f, nlrc.i.ly mil nnd jm
wimt tint want to miiki! n,Y .scui:i:..s of.
WOLISTON, WILDER & CO.,
THE BOYO BURGLAR
a. sif .
Traii l -Li "' "T-J
aat tmmtsmeummAimm " ii iwj
manniainr..-. n ........ Hnr un.lertalter. Ma1n1Lrl11rn.ll,,
FrH??IM wS MANUFACTURING CO.. 8PRINGFIELD.0HI0.
lenaeiii llltk, at Iruittor), or II. M. Shepherd, Clerk.
PROOF GRAVE VAULT
tjiiHtrtii i.ei s.r ii....... .tin. . . . . . .. .
Jli,."i,.".ri!1.V,.''l.?l.l.,!-vX,t.'lllid Iron .te,n. heln.
laul ...I i." Jli "'"";"" u"'i '" "" '" that
lin rii..,n,yr,,ruorn",n"' ffnve robber.
I .it a.JI ' d,1';u""i''le. h ir,iPrlaktr. ceiii
aJ . h?.l"Vi"'" "'"' ''atliinc rltltena an I .III In. .
MherUi.!. II- , "i""'"' llleofuiirhehivdil.a.l.
i, roLn i''. '" '" """ '""" "''I' uravt. hy
fK. ! 011, i l",1"',1". rillhltaaly liiutllult.lHl.il lu..l.'
IIih aiibjii la of tliu rililn uml ulnu.ll' Jt .1. nf hrulal
urave ruliinra are aflurdni u.im.i.-io 1 roivriluii
within IhH.Kuri i-inlnniim in.of Um liu)itilratii
Vault l.vtry 1 1 in. 11 ty. himever well auank.1,
I. likely 111 Li iu-. rvlly liivadirl uud robbed "t re
..fllltf llil.rrnl l....li.u .1 ...1.. .....
,;":, ' .ii. 111 ib. iiiufririK in.. ..."
IllVil.lr.uu tr-.il. ........ .... l.i...I ...
I .--,.. ..n... .um, i.uiirq ..... only riir. mm bi-
I rurlly ukuInsI 11,1. .I.Mrr.lliui, la Ihrro any won
I ier thai ibou.and. lire la u.e nil nver Ike
ruunlrV V Kenllti .ti. If ami U r .aIu liv ull l.ud