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GLOBE REPUBLIC. MOSTPAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7 1885
(From Mornlnii r'dllloti
Orpheus Ulub holds Its first meeting at 0.
A. It. Hall tonight.
Plenty of cold lager beer will be punished
at tlie (itlr grounds today.
A dog fiht between blooded cun of much
t tins Is on the tapis for tomorrow night.
Yeslerdav was exceedingly quiet, eren for
Sunday, with nothing to break the dreary
monotony, not even the usual Sunday dog
fight on the Market Square.
A large delegation ol colored people from
this city, Yellow Spring, Xenia and Inter
mediate points went to Dayton yesterday on
the l'su Handle, to attend the aeadon of the
colored Hitptists' Association in that city.
The gal committee of council wilt hold
Another meeting tonight to try and settle the
matter or lighting the city. Uapt. Bushnell
Tor the Oas Company and W. A. Scott for the
Klectrlc Light Comptny will present proposi
tions in person to the committee.
From Morning hMlllon
Mrs. Chas. I.udlotv returned Saturday Irom
Waller (3ibion is recorerlng from bis sc
Mr. Katon, of Cincinnati, fs the guest ol
Oeorgo Warder is rusticating an the War
der fitrm north of the city.
George Perkins learei this morning for a
trip through the Scioto Valley.
Jerry Hunt, of Chicago, formerly ticket
agent of the I , B. W. at this point, is in the
Miss Emma Whipple, of Dayton, is visiting
Miss Uattle Brunner, of West Mulberry
A. M. Summers leaves for Portsmouth this
morning to attend the Oeiger-Moore wed
ding. B. II. Warder and family hare returned
from their summer residence at the Isle of
Mr. Fred. Ludlow spent Sunday in Cincin
nati, the guest of Mr. Huron Clements, of
Jos. II. Boots and wife were in Xenia yes
terday visiting Mrs. II jots' parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Luke Connable.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wells, of Zanesrille, are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Jarrett, 115
South Factory street.
Miss Florence Unlsford and her mother, of
South Factory street, returned last Friday
from an extensive sojourn at the Magnetic
Springs, Bellbrook, Ohio.
MOM (lAMIILt.H KrAHOELlHT.
The Wonitorliil Itrrnriuatliin of Stare
lloleutnli, a Kentucky Blackleg.
From Morning I'.lltlon.)
"Wake up from your apathy and re
alize your terribly sinful condition. I would
adopt any measure to arouse you and, if it
were possible, and there were no other meth
od, I woiill knock religion into you with a
base ball tut."
The abore expression was made before a
congregation in a gospel mission ball in
Louisville, Ky., by Her. Stere Holcomb, the
reformed gambler, and was followed by a
most interesting, original and earnest exhor
tation to those present who had not been con
verted. The conversion of Steve Holcomb had ex
cited, perhaps, more comment, both in world
ly and religious circles, than a similar event
had ever done in the state before. He bad
been a gambler from childhood, according to
his own statement, and a "professional" for
twenty-five years. Up to the time of his
reformation he had been for years a leading
member of the profession in Louisville, and
was known to the fraternity throughout the
country. He was a daring and successful
The numerous desperate encountetB In
which be had been engaged in various parti
of the country, and in which he had Invari
ably been the victor, caused him to be re
garded ai a dangerous man to anger. At the
period mentioned he was part proprietor in
two gambling banks in Louisville, which
brought him an enormous revenue each
month. He owned real estate in the city and
was as well fixed, financially, as one could
well desire to be. His reformation was radi
cal. There were no half way measures shout
it. He embarked in a legitimate business,
but not having formed business habit and
possessing but little tact In that line, be did
not succeed. His band was ever open to ap
peals for charity and the money which he had
accumulated during bis prosperous gaming
career he was not long in disposing of io subf
stantially belplug unfortunate men to reform.
He went west and engaged in mining, but
did not succied, and on his way home be be
came entirely Impecunious. At this time, in
a western town, when his skill and experi
ence in gambling would have availed him
much if exercised, be was importuned to
gamble, but wlthstjod the temptation. When
be reached home he fought and obtained a
position in the fire department. Subsequent
ly be was regularly ordained a minister in
the Methodist Episcopal conference.
For Bereral years be baa conducted a gos
pel mission in Louisville, and has been in
strumental in the conversion of some of the
toughest characters that ever walked the
streets of tint or any other city. The meet
ings of the mission are held every night, and
over them be presides, as regularly and as
earnestly as be formerly superintended the
transactions of his faro and keno banks,
Upon one occasion, when the writer was
present, a gentleman of fine appearance, and
who occupies a highly responsible position on
a prominent Kentucky newspaper, related the
following remarkable experience. He bed
started early in life to make a fortune, and
bad succeeded. Up to fifty years of age he
had not Indulged in the use of whisky. About
that age, however, he commenced to drink,
and rapidly went down the bill. His fortune
was quickly squandered, and be was reduced
to the condlilon of a vagabond and tramp. He
tramped fiom the lakrs to the gull, and from
the Allantlo to the Pacific, bopeleisly and
recklessly. He enlerel the mission one night
in a most lamentable condition, with scarcely
sufficient clothing to rover his person. He
was approache 1 by Holcomb relative to his
condition. He replied that there was no
hope; that it i no use trying to better his
condition he was too far gone, Holcomb
succeeded In getting him seriously to consider
bis situation, and the remit was that be was
reclaimed and rapidly regained bis position
in business and social circles.
Holcomb believes in uncompromising war
faie with Immorality
Willi, perhaps, the
siugle exception of Sam Jones, be "hews to
the line" with ai little attention to the tlylng
of the chip as any evangelist who ever existed.
THK DEATH OF A MHO.
IIOH IIATI.UIt, I UK Hit AVE fSIII-
hkkh, turn vv mix i.ifi.
The Deathbed Hene-llls I'M.t Mte-llla
f'itlm llravrrr In the Hour of Peril A
Clear Cit.e fur a t.firKe II littilK quit.
trrtpin Morning IMItlou.)
Itobert II. Ha) lor, the heroic engineer, who
saved the IWis of over 150 passengers on
train No. C, of the I., II. A W at the Ilowlus
rllle wreck last Wednesday morning, gavonp
his own life last night at the St, James, his
death resulting from internal injuries re
ceived In the wreck. Illsdialh nam great
surprise to every one, as it was supio!el ho
was rapidly tecoverliig and would
be taken to his home In Sandusky
In a day or two. llowiver, on
Saturday evening Dr. Moore, one of the
attending physicians, informed K. U. Owynn,
who was Interested as a brother mason, that
bis pstlent's injuries were much more serious
than at first supposed. The wounded man
was a Master Mason and the society has done
everything in their power to help him during
his Illness, having provided a prolesslonal
nurse and taken turns at watcliiug h his
bedside In groups of two or three. Mrs Hay
lor camedowo from Sandusky on Thurs
day, and was with her husband at
the time of bis death. During his
illness he has sulTered little
physical pain, having his nervous system
deadened by opium, administered by his phy
sicians He seemed to leil uniomfortable
Irom the bandage on bis shoulder where ihe
collar-bone was broken, and jesterday cat the
bandage while he was alone lor a few min
utes. About 8 o'clock last (.veiling Dr. Moore
Informed one ol the nurses at the bedside that
the patient could not live longer than morn
ing. At 9 o'clock It became apparent that
he was nearlng the end. Mike ltennhan, a
oroiner engineer, Inlormeil Mrs. llaylor, win
was resting in the next room, that her hus
band wasdying. It was a tremendous shock to
the poor woman, who had been told all
along that her husband would recover. She
went to him at once and knelt nt his side.
Seeing that the blanched faces were gathering
nearer he asked what was the mailer, bat
none bad the hardihood to tell him. About
his bed were gathered Michael Kenahan, his
brother Masons 0. F. herviss and A (J,
MiKenrie, and Drs. Moore aud McLaughlin.
The dying man called for ico water once or
twice, and it was given him. Ho again
asked what was Ihe matter, and rtceiving no
answer, cloed his eyes and passed quietly
away at 9.20. Groups ot people gather d
about the halls, conversing in whispers,
curious ones gathered in the ollice telow
to ask lor the particulars, the servants
began to walk on tiptoe Hnd close doors
more quietly than Ii their wont. A hero lay
dead within, ami the whole house had as
sumed an air of mournlul quiet. In accord
ance with the frequently expresseJ wl'h ol
Ihe deceased, the remains were clven inin
the hands of the local masonry, who iil ar
range me details ot the funeral.
Robert II. Haylor was born in Sheffield,
England, on December 8, 1811, making his
age 5J at the time of his death. He came
alone to America when sixteen years old, and
has been railroading ever since. In 1851 he
wai married at Lockport, .. V , and three
years later be removed to Sandusky, whire
be took the portion of engineer on
the C, S. k 0. road, now the Ohio
division of the I, I!. A. W. This
was thirty-one years ago, and he has Letn on
the road steadily ever since. He has been
over the same route so long that he was ac
quainted whh every feme-post almost, and
has olten said that a alone removed Irom its
usual position would attract his attention
He has been in more than one wreck dunue
his long career, theraosttnemorablebeing that
at Tillin four years ago, in which his fireman,
Woodbury, was killed. At ibis time Havlor
stuck to his post just as bravely as last
Wednesday, and was laid up three months
from the injuries he sustained. He
leaves a large family to mourn tils
loss, his wife, two sons grown, and
five daughters, the joungest ot whom is
eleven years old. He leaves thcin in gool
circumstances, having acquired a very neat
little fortune by bli untiring In Instry and
economy. Alt who knew him (raise him as
the kindest of husbands and fathers and one
of the noblest of men.
At the time of the accident last Wednes
day both the fireman and engineer were busy
about the cab, and neither knew that any
thing was wrong until the tram shot onto the
siding. Instead otjumping with the hreinan,
Haylcr pulled hick the trottle, reversing
the engine, and turned on the air brake.
The next instant be was burled into
the air, but his presence of mind and heroic
fearlessness had checkel the train and saved
His death will probably cost the 1. II. A
W. Company heavy damages, for Irom a le
gal point of view the case is it vrry cleir one
of criminal carelessness The law require! a
hand car to tie off the track fifteen minutes
before a passenger train Is due; but alth jukIi
No. 5 was on time to the dot the bridge
bands never began to move until the train
appeared. Moreover, Frank Moore, the man
who, undei orders from Foreman Eilon,
opened and tried to close ibe switch, says
that the switch was badly in need ot repair
TilJC ST A It JA Tilt: I.KUONAnK.
A Customer (ill ft Waller n iiluahl
I'oluler llnw In Cm the Hlrnw.
1 ruin Morning 1 dlllon J
"Here, waiter," exclaimed a gentleman iua
Main street restaurant, "bring me another
straw for this lemonale."
"Isn't that a good one?"
"Yes, perfectly good, but you can't exiect
a men to drink a lemonade with one straw,
even if it is a good one. You don't see why
he shouldn't? Well, I'll tell you. You are
not qualified to be a waiter it you dou't
know that every lemonade should have two
straws in it. And if your boss doesn't know
that, he'd better get out of the business. A
lemonade should have two straws In it
because it is impossible to drink with
one. The suttiou draws up the
lemon pulp and ellectually clogs
your straw almost the first time you try it
Youclranltandln ascond or two it is stopped
again, aud you finish by discarding the straw
entirely, and gulping down the ice-cold fluid
as you would coffee. That no man should
do. But If you have two straws, and know
bow to use them, it Is different. The straws
are of the same length, ol course, and you
put them side by aide and use them together.
One must be put the eighth ot an inch far
ther into the lemonade than the other, and
when you drink the lower straw catches all
the pulp and bolls it, and the other one is
always clear and serviceable, A man who
doesn't know this should nut sell lemonade.
If the customer doesn't knuw how to use the
straws, tha,t Is his business. Do jour duty
and let him take care of himself."
The C'lirinu I'natiua.liir.lilp.
The appointment of lease ConUrr as post
master at Clifton, t ice Geo. 11 Smith, le
signed, is claimed as a "kid" victory. The
appointment was in the nature ot a sun rise,
as It was notaknowu that he was an applicant.
The mossbacks In that vicinity had sent in
aietitlon months ago urging the aipolntment
of Esq. A II. White, one of the best elllrens
of the villatre.who was a member ot the rump
"mosabaik" democratic) central committee i.l
Huron luiiuij .m jnii.aijii tiicv iuiiy ri.
jcted that '-quire While would be appointed.
Cuiilan'a appointment is attributed to V. J.
Alexander, who is haudling the Payne
luflituenie in Greene county.
iHt: (J it k at
s LIVER COMPLAINT.
The Symptoms of Liver Complaint
re utiesalneM rind pain In Hie aide, sometimes
pain In the shoulder, and Is mistaken for rheu
matinm! the Mom. ch laaflected with loasof apt
II to and .Icknens, boweli, In general, romite,
sometime, alternating with last the he id Is Iron
hlol with pain a id dull, heavv aen.alloit tf Imt
Inir left nil lono somethltu which ought to have
cerri uonoj onen complaining Ol wraknoM, ile
blllljr and low aplrltn. Noinrlline manr of the
atK)TB Hriiiptotii. atlend the dlnese and at other
times very lew of tin in but the Liver (.generall
the organ most Involved.
ItrCIUT.ATE THE MVMl AND PUKVK.ST
lJpepln, ron.llpnlloii, Jnumllre, llll-
lloua Atlnrka, Chllla e.nl Kever, Until-
nche, Collr, Deprennliiti of Spirits,
Hour stoiiinrh, Ifenrtuurn,
Tonic, Altcratlro and Cathartic !
Himmoii Liver Regulator, purely vegetable, la
the medicine generally u.ed in the South toarouae
the torpid Liver to hnaltr action.
It acts with extraordinary power and effi
cacy en the Llrer and Sidneys I
The action of the Regulator la free from nauoea
or griping It la moil dlpctlr In starting the ae
ereilonaoi the Liter, causing the bile to act as a
cathartic hen there M an eiceaa of bile In the
-tomach the Regulator Is an active purge: alter
Ihe removal ot (lie blip U will regulate (lie bowels
and Impart vigor and health to ihe whole avsteni.
cee thai vou get the Uenulne In While Wrapper.
Ilh rot Z, prepared only bv J. H. Zellin ( o.
Sold bv all drujulala
From Morning Edition
Uiiiiana, Sept. fj. The Otong-IlitrciLio
correspondent delving amid Champaign
county's awisors' books finds the following:
The trades are represented by 17 Millers, CH
Snilhs, 25Taylors,l t'ainter.l Tucker,4 Shei
hards, 19 Weavers, 5 Wncronerar J7 tUkera, I
llulchers, 1 Berbers, 1 Carpenteis, C Coopers,
12 Hunters, 0 Hangers, 0 Oooks, 3 Crooks, 7
FMiers, 4 Gardners and 4 other Cralts. In
name, I Harriotts, 1 Judys, 1 Fnizs, 1 Lilly,
1 Lydia, 7 Franks, 1 Francis, 2 Dyes, 2 Dicks,
4 llelln, 19 Patricks, 1 Uojes, 1 Carry, 0
Carols, 7 Hannahs and 2 Thomases. liiul cal
names aro 3 iWs, 1 Kuoeh, 7 Adams,
and 2 "Cains. There are 1 I
Woods, 1 Underwood, 1 Greenwood, 1 Gale
wood, 1 Blackwood, 19 Groves, 1 Oak, 14
IMgcs, 0 Fine, 1 Roof, 1 I'laak, 2 Beams, fi
Bowers, 1 Heaths, 5 Marshes, 12 Bishops,
6 Churches, 2 Chappels, 1 Ca tie, 2 Sowlcs.
There are 2 Wells. .1 .Showers. 1 Snow. 1
I'ool, 0 ttoek, 7 Stones, 14 Rhodes, ft I.eggs,
I Shanks, 3 Ilcanli and 1 Hirt.
We have i Green, 21 Brown, lfi Black, 22
itiue, iu nice ami -i, uunn. lor marine
use are 1 Biy, 3 Saylors, fi Masts, 4 Hulls
and 1 Spahr. Ic birds are 2 Byrds, 3 Crow,
2 Grains, 4 Hawks, 1 Woodcock, 1 Wren and
1 Wing. In animals are 5 Leopards, 8
Lyons, Totes, 2 IWrs, 3 Bulls, 4 Bucks, 1
Beaver and two llerkshires.
In countries are 17 Spains, 7 Algiers, 2
Ireland?, 1 1'rantz with 1 French, and 3 Welsh;
1 North, 2 South and 7 West; ft B-crnes, 4
Fields, 3 1'iirrow., 7 Kings, 19 I'nnl, 5
Kniirh.s, 1 Diy, 1 Burns and 3 Moores, 18
Kites, 10 Hills, 1 Dile, 1 Cave, 13 Craiggs 1
Peak, 2 Canes, 1 Gjodnch, 1 Clay, 1 Flow
ers, 1 Diimond, ft Armstrongs, C Goods, 1
Gruhbs, 7 Grahams, I Gaiter, 1 Hammer, 2
Laniz, 2 Daggers, 7 Nichols, 7 Pickerel, 2
Ileirns 3 Kings, ft Beams 7 Heeds, 1 Kusk
1 Organs, 1 May, 4 Lemons, 2 Lynches,: Long
brokis, 2 Helps, 0 Hltts, 1 Holliday, 2 Collins,
3 Chews, 4 Bylors, 3 Brands, 14 Apples, 7
ApplegaUM, 8 Idles, C Poorman, 1 Segar, 0
Simula, 1 1 Sneps and 1 Sunday and 1 Parent.
Gnl. Gulhrldgo, aged 22, a well-konwn
jouog man of Urbnna, died today with con
sumption. Cards are out for t'le marriage of Mr. James
It Fuller and Miss Lizzie Hut, daughter of
S. W. Hltt. The ceremony will take place at
Ihe First M. K. chureh on Ihe 10th,
Miss Lena Brand, ol Bellelontalne, spent
the past week here.
Miss Sophia Kllis has returned home from
Mrs. II. O. Hovey and daughter, Bertha,
have returned from New York.
Miss Florence Culp, of Dayton, has been
visiting Miss Until Hunter.
L C. A. McGown, of Philadelphia; Will
iam L Snmpon and William Henkle, ot Chi
cago, wire called here this week by the
death of Mrs H.Sampson,
Mises Maggie and Kate Kyan, of Diyton,
are visiting here.
Charley Bassett has returned from Walnut
Itidge, Arkansas, to visit his mither and sis
ter. America's most renowned sculptor, J. Q. A.
Ward, ot New York, lias been visiting his old
homestea (his week.
John Knapp and wife, ol Baltimore, are
Judge W. It. Warnock and family have re
turned Iron) New York.
Mrs. Frank Ford, of Zanesvllle, is visiting
her Bister, Mr. S. II. Hownd.
Samuel Marvin has gone to Connecticut on
N. Del. Mclteynolls and wife attended the
Miami eonlerence at Koon this week.
Mrs. Col J. T. Miichell aud Miss Lizzie
Witt vi.iud the (Jaeen City Friday.
John Gurnet and moiher hate removed to
Urhana Irom Springfield
Mrs O. T Trimble and Miss Pearlie Min
turn visile 1 in Columbus this week.
Kl. Sullivan has returned from Niagara
Miss Hiiuiiah Beccher has returned from
Mrs. I). T. Bacon has just returned home to
Miss Annie Crow, Ihe elocutionist, who has
beeu S ending Ihe summer here, uas relumed
Miss llbtile Hale has been visiting Spriug
fiel I friends,
I. K. Dans visited Hamilton Wednesday.
Mrs VauMeter and grandchildren have re
turnee! Irom the Queen City.
Mrs Lieut. Pbelphs and children, of the
far west, aro visiting ber old homo here.
in. Bullinger and wile, ot West Mans
field, have been visiting It, J, Winder.
Clarence Stone, of Annapolis, Md , is the
guest of Harry llullVll,
Chailes and Miss Haltle Frautz, of Canton,
are viiiting G, S. Franlz,
Friiz Inters has relumed from Germany.
Het. II, A. Kitehum has returned from
I)r Kerr attended the state association of
veleriuary surgeons at Columbus.
Kluard Brennaii and family have returned
Irciiu Claikesville, Tenn., where they have re
sided for several jfms
T. B. (lest, ol .Xenia, Is visiting J, K.
Mrs. 1) and T. 0. Ilitt aud Mrs. J. 0.
Frli'dc rick attended the state lair Thursday,
.Mrs, J inn !liinier ami Miss Liiima Mum
per have gone to Portsmouth to visit.
There are too many living, practical eiues
tson confronting the country for its public
men to bu engiged In grave digglnK'-'
Wliatever may ha said to the administia
tlon'i credit in some directions, the pretense
that it is reforming tne civil service is a dls-
I gustlug fraud, Minneapolis Journal,
NEW DRESS GOODS
New 36-inch All Wool Tricots, at 50c, value 75c.
Wo havo all tlm now Hliiu!es
llcnrcil all wool Dress Moods and
or superior make, .cry cheap.
We are now receiving our Fall Stock of
Now Styles received every day.
CltlM IX A I. V I f T VJC Ell.
.inlteel feir Stoniui; n Ilea l.ln I'assenKer
Irom Morning lillllon
On Saturday night a colored man boarded
the north-hound Bee Line pas'enger train at
uayion, ami, Having neither ticket nor
money, was put off. He then entered the
baggage car and escaped notice until the
train was under way. Ho was again
bounced at Ostium, and just as the
train was pulling out he fired a
boulder at one of the brdlemen.
The stone mis'cd its m irk and made a heavy
indentation in the side of the car. As the
passenger pHSei a north-bjund freight at
Oi' urn, the ofli mis thought it probable that
he would try to beat Ins way on it, and
notified the polite to look out for him.
Officer Record went to the yaids in the east
end to lay lor him, while Officers
Caldwell and Bass went to the Plum
street croising v bete the train slacks
speed on the up grade. As it passed
they spotted their man, riding between a
couple ol hoi cars. They bsarded the ca
boose and rode to the Main street target,
where their man left Ihe trait in compant
with a while man. The latter escape 1, but
the str ne-thrower was arrested. At first he
denied having been on any train. Said he
lived here. Later he said he eniiie from Co
lumbus. Again, from Hartfjrd, Conn. He
gave his name as Bill Simpson at the jail.
He wore three shirts, two pairs of pants, and
M Wonderful I lltcn. .
Sjme pcop'e are slow in telling what good
things hate been done lor them, but John P.
Oilt, of (Jillionville, S. C, says be lakes
great pleasure in testifying to the wonderful
clheaiy ot Brown's Iron Bitters in dyspepsia,
lever and ague, and general debility ot the
system. He has personally experienced the
most sti!aclory results Irom the ue ot tliN
valuable medicine. Make a memorandum of
tins, all ye whose ayatenu are run duwn.
tlronu's Iron Bitters will cure you.
The St. James' l)ij celebration at Strat-ford-on-Avon
this year included religious
semces in ihe niorcing and a cricket match
between rlergy, choir and Ihe people in the
One of Ihe late Weulell Phillips' most Im
pressive .ectures was on "The Lost Art. The
art ot preparing Milliters Herb Bitters is an
old one, the formula on which it is manufac
tured, liming been preserve I from an old
(icrinan retipe, dating buck JOO years. The
matchless excellence of Phillipi is silent, but
the virtues ot this great bitters and tonic are
borne to a nrllion homes by the toujues ot
those who have dented theheuelits ot its ue.
M. 0. lleinlj, Virginsville, P.t write"
"Mother has used Mlshier's Herb Bitters fur
some j ears, if she could not get it she would
have to spend much money in doctors' bills."
IIAKI) TIM 1.1.
While money is close, wages and prices
low, expenses should be cut down in every
household. Kcononiy is Ihe watchword for
mothers. Head off doctor bills by always
keeping in the bouse a bottle ot Dr. Bosan
kos Cough nod I.irer Syrup. Stops a cough
Instantl, relieves Consumption, cures a
Croup and pain in the Chest tn one night. It
is just the remedj for hard times. Price 50
cents aud $1, Samples free. Sold by Ad.
Bakhaus A Co,
SnltlH Keioll.ll People
Allow a cough to run until it gets bevond
the reach of medicine. They olten say, ' Oh,
it will wear away," but in most cases it
wears them away. Could they be induced to
try the successful medicine called Kemp's
Balsem, which we sell on a positive guaran
tee to cure, they would immediately eee the
excellent ell re I alter taking the first doe.
Price 60 cents and $1.00. Trial size free.
Sold by Dr. T. J Casper, druggist.
Ajer's Ague Cure, when used according to
directions, is warranted to eradicate from the
system all forms of mttlttU-il disease, such as
let er and ague, chill lever, intermittent, re
mittent itud bilious levers, aud disorders ol
the liter. Try it The experiment is a saf
une, ami will cojt ton nothing il a cure is not
A.VhO.V HOUUII, ol Blackberrt, Ills , stys
he oares his lite ti (iilmore's Magnetic Klixir.
Tr) II. For sale by Then. Troupe, druggist.
Ciirtlullt read advertisement ol the Albert
Medical Institute 217-lf
I).) J on wish it be. tuulul complexion? Then
use Ater's Sarsepanlla. It cleanses aud puri
fies the blood, aud thereby removes blotches
and pimples Irom the sain, nuking It smooth
aud clear, and giving it a bright and healthy
CUItr-S SUK I'lI.KM.
Piles are frequently preceded by a sense ot
weight In the back, loins and lower part ol
the abdomen, causing the patient to suppose
he has some effection of the kidneys or
neighboring organs. At times, si mptoms of
indigestion are present, flatulency, uneasiness
ot the stomach, etc. A moisture, like per
splittion, producing a very disagreeable Itch
ing, atte: getting warm, Is a common at
teudai I. Blind, Bleeding aud Itching Pile's
yield nt once to the application of Dr.
Bosinko's Pile Remedy, which acts directly
upon the part affected, absorbing the
T iraors, allaying the Intense Itching, and
elltcting a permanent cure. Price BO cents
Hold by Ad. Bakhaus A On
lo ll nt; Melt llrml Tlil.l
Tha Voltaic Belt Co., ol Marshall, Mich.,
offer to !nA their celebrated Klettro-Voltaic
Belt and other hie ctrlc Appliances on trial
for thirty dats, to men (young or old) afflicted
with nervous del lllty, low ot vitality and
manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for
rheumatism, neuralgia, pxtalysis, and many
other diseases. Complete restoration to
health, vigor and manhood guaranteed, No
risk U Incurred as thirty dayt trial Ii al
lowed. Write them at once for Illustrated
BLACK BRO. el CO.
All Wool Tricots at 75c., value $1.00.
in tlioso ilross (loilis, and thev aro
tliu best hiMiiil of mark (Jaslimoru
Khadamcs and Surah Silks in all
We aro showing tho most extensive lino or Carpets and Curtains in
BROTHER & CO
Superior St., Next to Postoffice, Cleveland, Ohio.
Chronic, Nervous,Skinand Blood Diseases,
TOES EYE -5L2NT3 ES-flLI.,
Throat, Lungs, Kidneys and Bladder Successfully Treated upon the
Latest Scientific Principles.
11m tllneoTern, tln Rrrat M enro In the world for
wejkneFi In Di tm K an I lltiibi Invohmtarv .i
charges, liupMi'Nry, KMiPrl ile'il'ity tie romnfM,
uukiio-, confusion f IJpj j aipitatlon of the
hurt, timidity, 'mnl.'iin;, lhnrip4 of stht cr
KiMlrn?,, ,U up mm of tlm he I, throAt, no o or
nkiti, allectlotn of the liver lungs atom suit or
boweli ihos temhlo disorder arlmiu from the
nlltafT haul's of youth -an I nccrit prartlce
blighting their most ralUnt lnpi or aiiUciia
tlons, rendering marriage Imp tnsible
Thnte suffering from Nervous Debility, the
synptomriof which are a dull, dltrevd mind,
uhlthuntlt them for j erformlnv; their I unlneos
an I social duties, make happy msrrUifes lmps
Bible, illMrtu the action ot the heart, tniMntf
rliMhes of hMt, depresidon of plrlt, evil fore
holing covranllrr, fear drt mis short breath
lnjr., ineUnchoI) tlru eiilly of company ami
have a referencf to t e ahit e, feeling a tlrelin
the morn In hh when rttlrlnj; lost manhood,
white bine deoslts In tli urine i e rvoimiess,
trembling niufiMioii of thoughts, vwitiry and
weaken dytpcpnU ion tljatiou paletteM pain
and weakneHi in the limtn etc , shuull consult
IMt MlHiT immediately and be restored to
EPILEPSY OK FITS
elr cured by a new and neur failing me
rid a Kiijrjril.ejjnen in every ease
PentmiM iCiilnt a In lletilih b I'lilonrnHii rretiidrt Who Keip Trllllni; with Them
Mouth nfter lunth, OUIni; riiliniiuiiH anil liijiirtoun ( om-
Iuuittip, Sl.mill Ait) Ililliltilt tly.
niMI t I) r 4 1)1 T, firTDPU lVrfert
IVlViTl fniVVililJ ulsIirJO full)
uy mail an I express iiut wiiere ftosnibl persoual conultdiioii i- piehrrel
CURA,W4r,,.fE0- DR. ALBERT, CLEVELAND, O.
t7Xasesnn 1 co repoudence SACIIIDL'i CONrlDIMlAL Treatment cent C O V to any
pirt uf the I uited stales
II. ALBERT'S NEXT VISIT TD SPRIN6FEL0.
Wednesday, October 7th, TWO DAYS, at tho Layonda House.
Mli.it the Milkers Hollow About 111-
cuae. 1 hf Imve learot-il Irutn inHn jturs'
ex erien.ee, that inne-trtitlis of all the dn H-es
ol niHnkmil arise irom iuierlect tiig.siiuu of
food, fortius iea3un iliet lmveseat tars
of Ubor lu pri'imrmp the ShHker lxlract of
toots (Mepel's ajitip) and it 0Talts like
a ctiarin in all caes ot indigestion.
It Is not vilmt e out that nmkes us strong,
nut that trlndi we ditst. This is Ihe doc
trine of the Mount l.ihanon Shakers. Peo
ple who are wetk and lan,ntni, tirtd an! fte
hle often wonder. The reason is that the
food eaten dos not give sirtutlt btcuuse it
is not digested. The Shaker Kxtract ol Koots
(Hiegel's njrup) will restore the digestion Io
a healthy condition and drive anay the head
ache, the pains In the side aud back, the dis
tress after eating and make the sleep atTurd
H. II. Moore, dniggist at Champlam, X V ,
writes. "We are using jour inedliiile in my
family for coustiuation, ri fulling irom dte
pepsia, with the most satisfactory results."
Use Shaker Tar Cit suits lor coughs.
TIIK wTfliTMOrTlhA.NOAID v.ho
sutler from Female Weaknes-' will had (nl-
raore's Aromatic me a oitive cure. For
Bale by Iheo. Troupe, druggist.
McMonajjIe & Rogers'
liiiDDiiETevj'J. n. y.
llulr hoik HI I It to ciitiiiiiriuls tlit tn
to all lot un ol iim: iiwoks wlillu
eciiiioiiil-ls uppiei I, ili tho I tct tti it tin ir
(UiK ti Mm m, I il riMiiiri-.thtiiM'of Imt
ll tn iili'ijitMiM of (iiillnnr) 1'l.nor
Jg l!ti ictu, 'I lit ii own merits. trutliclr
6et licit ui tUtmc nt.
25 YEARS IIM USE.
Tin Greatest Medical Triumph of th Agel
SYMPTOMS OF A
the Ueml, with u dull ru.otliin In the
back pnrt. I'nln under the hoiildrf
l.cllnullonlo exertion of budr arinlnd,
a ferllugof bnvlntr nrtdj fled eante duty.
U'rariue.., Klxvlne... 1 lulierlnsriinbe
Heart. Ilola beluietho eyva. Headache
over Ihe rich! cjr, Hrallratneia, with
Otluldrruni.. lllclilrcolored llrluc, nnd
CONSTIPATION. , ,
1WTT'8 !' II." or" especially ailsptotl
to ucli rases, ono tloso uirects siiclt u
They Increase Tilie Apiitllle.an Icau.o tho
body To 'l oUe on Kle.li. tlm. tlio .v.tem Is
aiuur hril.nn I ly their Tmilc Ariloii on
TUTT'S EXTRACT SARSAPAR1LL&
ltniotatea tlm Unly, makea healthy llei.li,
elrtJii-llini tho weak, rt"ulrtlm waatm of
tho eysletit with puru bluad and hard iiiiiscIh;
tones tho utrtoua nitem. Int Ijroratca Uus
brain, and liniwit the vrhjor of maultood.
I. Kol I by dnurKlt -
hvvivu ii Murray St.. New VuriM
oxcooiliiiirlv unnA mlim m..ir
in flio market. Mack Dross Nllkn
MA It IMAGE.
M rrle.l poi-uns or J"iiK iiipii contemptltin
niarriuiti ''"" nf In m il nvatnei. Los of I'fu
rreilivr I'owtr. IuiKtr ry or HI J olhtr llaiilal
111 atlonw .fulil rfl ,vel lie who place littii
aelf iiiulir tlinareof III: H.lilltT may con fill o
in hit In nor bski) tk i an anil loiilideullr rly
upon MjnUllaOa h;hiaii
Immediately r ired and full vigor lestored This
dh rising attlb (ion which renders life a 1 urden
and marnagf Impound. Is ihe p. nalty paid by
the wtt m of iiiii on r Indulgence The most
I haste mint arknovrte Ipe that the panilons are
the grnt magnet bv which the hnje world I al
tractel Pentroy them anl what have we? Man
Is ro longer inli rtntcd in tho upKiaile sex, the In
terthinie of that htlsful reitone which attracts
ami Int resin the whole norll exists no longer,
man c to ( nhat ttol made t m the world
Is no I uicr iui. resting t him and remort and
disappoint nm t art Ins tonitlant cotui anions
(otiMill DM Alllll.r at once and you will tlud
the B)mpaihy and rtlief that )ou Hlthely re-
Opium and Morphine Habit
Cured n I the vii tuns r leii 1 from llulr thrall
dom which tn ak life vc re than deitn
EYE AND EAR.
AIIJIw tanf tlitll VM) FAIt treatel by
the Uti -l aid moit ai rovel mvthoila.
1 in old caie will h luve lie. n ncBlectpl or tin.Vill
treitel S exenment, jr 1 Allures
FIME STEEL ENGRAVING
GENERAL U.S. GRANT.
I'rlnleil on Mint) Plali I'um r is III. I'rlre 3.
Keiolt by I'oital Note or KeK'i"'ertd letter to
II. II UltlMilllN. .I-IIK-O" M., .ll
ISt. IDS, II. t .
Inailllttoil to pay I adtt thl. Inalitutlon la
auttir.riel to ollt r rk ChJo bIhi In the tate ol
Olilo e.t hot wlmh entitle. a a let to lliarl I reo
of charge iiliriiiita are riiiue.te I to forward
Teatltnonsr. oi inaraiur u i ihiou okiii.
Hepli tuber llllli.
It. II. ItlX.l.lt'., Nkc.
Wm II Oram Minim M. Grist
WM. GRANT'S SONS,
CORNED BEEF EVERY DAY.
Laid. Baoou aud Ham.
Tor ears at ij Court Place, now at
a rrcuUrir rfu .U'l an 1 lli nuunM oj.n.o .u u
tut mocfttl .. bl. rwii. Kill lre"M
fin o ,
11 lurru. ot Kriivaif,
Stioiiuittorrlioa and Impotenof,
"mm il .r ..,. I I .tu.li. m. .III. M-
Vi2l i. u. "inn ii ' ihiiiv. . nr
..10 . e loin, I i t Nrtrii .!!;
CoitJ-l u I u . I II I I i.l I , rriij.rlu
."'.'" f SYPHILIS i-"'" -iiwi,
ir.iu,t.i (piuui. "' Uouorrben.
flT.RFX w t '. " bm H"ii. fl Hutlw.i,
"r.u'uT.'iri. 1 l.. quUll.C.nid.
Illaiilf. il outt 1 1 u'l. l .ji..l.latlmn
loVitrtilii H. .141... . I tltallus UwoMSt uu
III iir. .11.1 li.tei...SlilSttil.lK.ltrt
I. ni u4 I-" ... to iuv cr I 0 If lucoo.iul.ul u
ti.lt tu iiv lir ir..uu.iii. nielli lii m t. Mat i.ru.i.1
aiiS ..r.l b In lw rirM..ni.uirii
Citron Ounruutvod lu nil Catei
'VJliSJuS.l'S.'.l'lD.llr r . M..r f. ..4 lwl'..
Cbi..i r..k ".' ." wrrMluSen . .trletl coiiOaal.
Of SMl.lM, wotto.uj .41..., .r.lj mlt4, fur Curtj
tll .u rb!4 I. I..S br lu iJJr... ...!.
3 UIK underlined have this day fortne.l a co
parnenhlp for the praillteof law Offlc at
O. 80, Last Main street, Sprluiilteld, Ohio
ClovMnuel, Uolonibna, Cincinnati Marl In.
HUKAT CKNTKAL TUUSK ROUT1.
HLA.HT A.INJJ WIGHT.
rnrouiBcars, with mnncxitloaa In Onion Depot;
Unl direct line via Cleveland, liciDalo and Nt
aira tails to New York and Mew Kngland.
Direct connections (or all Houthern, HouthwMt
em and tVestern potliU, either bv way ot Cincin
nati, Indianapolis or l. Louts. I ast Time, New
Erfiulnmetlt. anil rnnnlnt. thrnnvh tliA mm! mm.
lar part ol the country; po.ifia.lng verr appll
PP ''.,''w,l ai comfort known to be aervftw
able. The llest Uoad-lied and the Halest Uoad In
the West. Tickets by this popular rout, lor sale
at all regular ticket nffloc.
A, J, MMITI1, General 1'w.enger Agent.
t levelsnd, Ohio,
C C. C. & I. KAIL WAV
Train Usviailaf last.
Nlkht Eiprewa Illiisi
Muring , uel. A col. Aowjra.......... 7.mj a m
W. Y. d bonton mprtiftM .'(im
CIdcIii utl a N. r.Vaat Llne.... M p m
Clevolau In awi Line. ......., y.aopin
Trtiti Lavt Jtisg Setts.
'u.uu.BUb UAimn ....... nip s HS 111
Cincinnati ana Mt LouU Lira -.S:10m
Bprlngrleld A Clnolum.il Kzptum... KuSam
Clnolunatl Kat lane ..... 12.3&pm
Dayton, A Cln. Ex . 6 OS p m
Hp'ru. d Cln. Aooom. Monday only, 7:00 m
Da j ton, Springfield and Del. Accora. 7.10 p
Trills Arrlvs Tnm (kits.
Midnight Kxpreu U-tSam
Uavton, Hpg. and Del. Accom .7.o0a
N. I, A licalon Kiprewi .... . v 60 at
Cln. A Springfield Kxprem
Cleveland Kuat Line- .,
ii. as i
cTn.4 N. Y. JTaat liui'""'.'.Z""."ZI. tCSOnM
f .. . V.U. nvwill., DUUUnf WUIT, 1.AIDH
Irslu irrlvs Frs list.
Night Kxpreu . 3 Mara
Clutlandet LoulaLla s to a at
CllicluuaU KaatLlne .... U. Sm
boutliern Kipross. .. S46pim
Uolnmbus, Delaware d UaytonAo. 7:10 pB
"TUeae tralu. i tlm oniv fmou r.,nMin HK
irain leaTint; l V 60 a m. baa throq
aleeplDK oar to Itoatou and Now York wl!
ThetraluleaTlOKatS 86 baa parlor oar
usvemio. oounectlUB with tut tnrotuk
Train leavlusr Biirltignsld at VtO pmhsN
leeper to Mew York wfthout cnarj.
All trains ruu by Ceutra. BUudard Tlm
which Is 25 rain lives slower than Sprlnjlleld tlm a.
Tlciel Atrent, Arcade Uepot,
GREAT THROUGH RQUTt
3 THROUGH PASSEKbtB IRMNS O
w rnil , eacli way,
Elegant New Style
And Combination Sleeping and Re
clining Chair Cars on
And Flegant Moieru Coaches ou Uav iralna.
Shonii.t Mil J Muat Ueslrable Uout. lie.
tween tile Kt ami West. TliriiUKh
Ttcketa unit lla;ciie Check.
Io all l'rturlpal Hotiits.
Particular advanutirnsollereil to v.iAm Emi.
granUi Und and Jouriat TlckeU to all oolnt
reacaed by any Hoe.
l'sineng-er trains leave Sprlni(neld, O , iroin llnioa
(lolnir lut. 60Si.ni.qu . m a. . M
9 av.m. ..--., -. ,.. .
Going West, 2. :o a. to., 11 85 a. la , 5 80 p in.
Oolng ortli, i.3i a tu , 10 OU a in., 5.0 p.m.
tloluu Woutli, t). a. ll. It., 10.80 a. m.,o.3op. m.
1-roui baat, 2 05 a in. ,8 10 a. m., 11 IS a. m.. 5.00
! row tV eat, 2 10 a. lu , 9 15 a. in., H 30 p. ro.
from North, 1 Via ui., a W p. in,, 4. Si a. u.
rouibouth y 50a in., 4. do p. in.
O. K. Ileudomou, II. . Ilronaou,
JJen'l Jlanaxer. treri'l Tlcset Agt,
U. U. ItUCIItv. Anent. StirlnicfielJ, U
Ohio Muulliuru IMvlalon.
Trains Arrlie from Jackson ind.Wnhlnalo . t. H
tiprlngt'ld U. n.
No. t (except Sundavl a.l5n. m. .ttn n n.
ho. 3(eici iiuiil4j) ..... 10.10 b. m. :HI a. n
Train. Depart fcr Jickion isd VrasS sgtcs C H
biriuil'ld It. K.
No 2 (except Sunday) ll:45a.io 10 80a,ia
No. 4 (exie)it bumlav) SUi,iu, liipir
N. Y. I ii ). ItAILW.W.
Trains Arrlie From the East.
ivominodatlon, dally ...2 15 a.m.
I. txi lea. datlV 10 441 a. m
No. 5, tit. L. Limited l.xprea. daily ..... 3 47 p. ro
Trains L.i i. k,oi tilt
..10 43 a. n..
.. 5 3t p.m.
...a 43 . m
10 40 a m.
& 31 p. m.
U 40 p. ni.
No. 4, New York Limited dally
No 2 accom od.tton
No. 8, New York fcxpre.. daily ..,
Trains Arrlie From Ihe West
No. 4, St. Louis Limited, dally . .
No I, accommodation n ........
No. b, N. Y. LxpreM, dally
Trslss Lssts Kolntr West.
No 39. accommodation, dally
2 25 a m.
o i, iinciouaii cxpr
N'o. 5, at. Louis Lluille
Vo 1, LinclQuatl Kxpre.M, (ally ........ 10 43 a
S 50 p u.
1 rain. No 4 and S have .teener., but no change
ol car. Ill either case ti ruuh to Ne York.
No o naa .leera turuugli to t Loula.
All trains arrive aud denart Irutu I. K. A W.
deput In this city
iraiii. ruu on t. antral tune
lor ticket, to all tMjlulb call on
J. D I'm aoKK, Agent, othce lu st. James Hotel,
PM HANDLE ROUTE!
P., C. .1 St. L. Kail way.
I.. X. Dhlslon .Sirlni;llolil Uranch.
No. 7 No. 5.
I Ut. tern, Limited
rxj reus kLxpres,
Lv. V. prV.
Ar Hay ton
Ar ft n cln
7 loam (10 llam
7 t.'aml ll.iCaml
7 5 mm ll.llljiu
8 llam 12(l.1piu
10 Wain 1 llpm
7.5ii(in 7 Sjpm
No 0,1 astern txpreu cate. .- rlrgBe Id 8 40
a. m ; tellow spring. HI i in, Arrive Xenia
V80a lu t Columhna li.llla. m
No it. No U . No a. No 2.
Arriving. Ijtvtern I.al Iay Col'buj
rxpress Lxpn... Lxpre.s bxpreaa,
Lv Iul.v'le 2 30aui 7J5am 2Mpiu ............
Lv Cln liaui 2S0piu 7.15pu. ..
Lv i olumb'ai t6 0 am 3 Btipiu . !2.Mpia
Lv. Daytou, 8 4"am 4 ICpin t8,50pui ft ?
Lv Xiula 0 15am 5 lOuiu lO.lpm 2.40pm
Ar. . ripr'ic. Viiu 6oui 10.81pm X.0Spa
Ar Bp't.!'ld lu 2uaui 6 30pm lCoJpu (.Wpta
No 10, l.Kal Aecommo.latlon, laaveaXents 6.N
a. in Arrive bellow rjrluna 0.15 a. m. Hprlnf
Beld 7 00 a. m.
Dally, t Dally except Bunday,
Tralu No 1 uiarfea imtiiedlate connections at
Xeula for tVaahlnittou L II , thlllicotlie, Cincin
nati and lolumbiie. No V is the last Eastern
hxpre.., nuking immediate connectlouaat Jtenla
fur 1'itt.l tirg, Harrl.burK, WanhluRUm. llaltlmore,
I'hlhtdelf hla, Ne oik, lloiton, all haitern ana
New lusland tiointa Alao through car .ervlce for
Cleveland. No. II make, dlett oon
necliona at Xenia for Cincinnati, Louis
ville and point, riouth, through train, for Itlch
tnond. lndlatiRKll., Ht Unit, and KilnU Woat,
No 6 la the famou. Ltiulted hxprena aud makea
direct connection, at Xenia lor Columbus, Hit
hunt, llarrl.buri:, Baltimore, WaiMiiKton, Fhila
delphla, Nea ork, lluaton, all Ixteru ilJ New
England jiolnta, al.o Immediate connection for
llivelaud, Kutlalo, Niagara (alls, Alt.ny ani
Hyracuae, N, i. N'o. 7, 1 a.t Line. Western and
Houthern Lx pre.., uiaainifim mediate ronnccttoni
at Xeulafor llnclniiatl, loul.vllle, Chattsnooita
NaauvlUe, Memthla, and New Urleaus, and
fur ltlcbnioua, Chlcaito, aud point
In the North aud Norlhwcat', Indianapolis, BU
laula, Kanaa.tlty auNilnla lu Ihe vtest anf
Routhweet All trulns ruu on Central llai,
which 1.25 mluute. slower than city time. Tlok
eta .old aud hagifaKe clucked Ui all ioiDta In tb.
United Htatea, and reliable Informatloa, ean nt
ohtalned at the office of lb. Oom
Iiany's Agent, tbla city. Particular In
ormatlou as to tim. of train oooaaav
tlous, rates, tie., cheerfully lurnlsbed.
Gallon J.at.HINEri.Cltv Ticket AsraaS
JAM. McCttKA, alanasjer.
a. A. Foan, Oanaral faawncu AfWI.
5- -. - .w, , i i i - ii .. i ii him r-mmn rr-iir-rr an iir"' "-" '- -ni" mn .i nastrmi m, , - ,. , " t
jicuualiHHlHiliiJUa. mmivim!'illwLJliluLt ' ' MMiiiiiwiiiiii.iM'tifii.i ., i i , m i mmm ibiiimi i in1 'fejjjiiif i'ai ph m,,,
ii i i iiiiiiii i 1 1 in ii iiiii i ii in i i in ii i i