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GLOBE REPUBLIO. MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 30 1885.
For three-line ad-erttiemcnt on Uv. 15c..
ne week. 50c. Each additional Hue one day.
-V.: one week. ISc'
WAXTE1-Man or boy to work In priate
H family ami take care ol horse. Intituri-iit
H East High street. 4t,u
WANTEW-Iloaruer-t. Two or three Keiitlc
men can have the comforts f a home in
a small family by addrt-ssitu. wmi re-err""'
Home. iuBL-lUrt sua
TirAVTK.H 4ln solars- iirriimtnSMitu a n.
11 enenctic joaru: man. Kefercnce required
Call at the Koyal .Medical Institute.
WAXTED Youne ladles In city or country to
11 work. lor us at thetr home; UsclnaHi.u
employment; no Instructions to buy: work cm
be sent by mail (distance no objection); I" to
to per meek can be made. No cam assine. par
tlculars free, or sample of work niailrd for
four cents in stamps. Please address Home
Manufacturing Co Iloston. Mass. 1". Ifc ltox
WAXTtI An active Man or Woman in
every county to sell our coods. Nlr -
per month and expen vs. or comnilssioiu 1.x
ivnvilnsdtjnm. Outfit free. For full I' ir
tlculars address. Standard Mlver Ware V o.
iioston, Mass. aiui-
TTTAXTED 100 salesmen at once. Address
II JSrown tiros., nurserymen, ttocnesier. .s
Y. XU Sin
TIJAXTEI Youne ladles to buy our ti? fine
If kid shoe: other shoe men sell me.
liuea. 31 West Main
TITAXTEI Yount men to call and see "ur
IV fUslSne dress shoe; other shoe dealers
ell them at UAJ Lynch. 31 West Main. ar-tf
F)K REXT Three rooms, centrally locat"!
with all accommodations. Kent cheir-and
new ly papered. Call at No. Id, corner of Wish
lust on utreet and leardorff avenue. t
FIR IlEXT Furnished rooms at 11 5. Unit
stone street. t-
POU REST The larue storeroom. Xo.TI W
Malnstrett. now ticcupied h K.A. IVis .
as furniture store, will Ik" lor rent Dec. lt
InS. KmHii lance. 3ixl W feet. W
FiR RENT Brick house or seven rooris ,.n
Maple aenue. Laive yard with choits
fruit. Will rent with or without slah'e
Terms reasonable. Apply to J. (1 Clark, or
C.A. Welsh. II Mitchell block 5tf
TinR UPVT-lf ". ent nr month.
, a fl'o
X larce brick houseoflU rooms In China. Ur
sell you a nice dress shoe forttthatother
dealers want H-50.
Lynch. SI est Main.
Best location in the city. A tmrsiln sei
Com offered. Address l.-x'k Kox 15(. city. sit
FIR SALE Fresh tenderloins, pork, sausage
short ribs and sausage meat, wholesaleand
retail. Philip Keekers, 3 E. High St. li
FIRSU.E Boarding house aud aalooii at
S E3st Mala street. Change of busiress
reason for selliuc. V lluecker. S'tf
FR SALE A dwelllns house on South Lime
stone street: one of the nicest location- in
the cltv. Hound to sell; want to to west. l
dress M, this office. 1 '
fOR SALE Fine family mare, all sound and
X a nrst-class amen can te amen-ij-anj
lady. Call on John W ren. l--if
TOR SALE Ladles'
fine dress shoe for S3.
other dealers sell them at M. Lynch. 31
West Main. ret:
In Silver Watches we hate all grades',
from the cheapest to most expensive.
Xow would be a rikhI lime Ui make a .se
lection of a watch, cither gold or silver.
Make a pajment uu it and hae it saved for
Cameo ami Painted Tins a large abut
ment, prices al a s dow n.
Fine watch, clock ami jewelry repairing
executed by experienced workman.
HOFMAN & CO.,
HOFMAN & GO
WimcTo.';o..i.-Ohlo Valley and Ten
nessee lair weather and nearly stationary
teniiwrature. followed by sllchtly colder
weather; -amble winds irenerullT ihlfllnr to
"Stjulie Itislitmjer is sending the day iu
ISenu-iniv! the Orilieu roneert at Ulack'rj
ien. ltoblnson, s,vr'tirj of state, was in
the iitj tmia
Tear! McArtliur. of Xeu Carlisle, spent
SuiiiLij in tlie city.
.lemme Steplienvm. of Harmony town
.lnp. w.is in the cit UxLty.
.irge IVrkins tilitnr-in-clilef of the
Cincinnati Sun, is in the city.
Koliert S. N-hultz. of rntsburg, fonnerly
of this ,ity, was in town oer Sunday.
The " Un rey perjury case is Mug heard
liefore JI.ior Umm1uIii tliis aftcnioon,
-Miss Alice hwiiig, guest of Mrs. Sam.
M(tire. returns to Columbus tomorrow.
The opening concert of the Orpheus So
eietj at lllaek's tonight is the great eent
ot the prc-ent week.
Scipio II linker returned Saturday night
from a business trip to ludiauaisilis and
other western isint.
The count eouunLs.sioncr met today, and
Ivvond the VLsslngnf a few minor bills no
liusimvs w-a trans.icteiL
The rase f I. il. Klrick s. Alexander
Huniett. suit for proert. is being lieard in
S'liiire Mom's court today.
Insprtor MrKa tiled an affidavit this
morning against Mrs. Ferrel for keeping her
saloiiii mi the levee ojien esterday.
Tickets are selling rapidly for the "Old
Folks' Concert," to lie given at ltlack's,
I'ee. lit. under tlie auspices of the Women's
Dr. lieur-Halduin held the lucky nuin
ler. fourteen, with a big K, that drew the
handsome uuvnIiauiii pipe raffled off by
Tom Curtis was arrested by the marshal
this Morning on a arrant for disorderly
conduct . He engaged in a tight at Friday
with Dave Martin.
Tonight's concert begins the fifth season
of the Orpheus society, being the tenth
concert given b them since their organiza
tion in s:'ptember, Ism.
K. U Ikirrett Jt Sons are enlarging their
publishing house, on West Columbia, near
I'hiui, and projKise to put in a binder, so
that the cm do their own work.
August Ilickel was arrested b Officer
Wilson estenlay on n warrant for disor
der! conduct. He was niixod in the tight
on East Main street Thanksgiv ing night.
Miss I.ucy Willanl has retunusl from a
visit to .Mrs. Emily C. Stevens, Cincinnati,
and Miss Anna Willanl lias gone to Roches
ter. N. V., to visit Mrs. Carrie C. Stevens.
Mrs. Judge Follctt and her little son, ot
Columbus, spent Sundar with Itev. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Warren. Mrs. Follctt and Mrs.
Warren were schoolmates at Andovex,
The Ori'heus societ will dedicate
new Colliseuin at Wasltngton C. H. early
in I )is'eml)er. The same programme to be
given at tonight's ierfotmaiice will lie used
The prograinuie for tlie Orpheus coertnc
contains a complete list of the members of
the chorus which numbers M. This will lie
increased to 100 and upwards for the
The I'alare Orchestral organ, to be used
at the Orpheus concert tonight, lias been
secured by llrandoiu A Co. especially for
this occasion. Lovvrc Jackson, of Cincin
luti. will preside.
Misses Emily Ilonnel, (irace Butler, Alice
JIcEIevey. and Martha Atkins, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Fresbrey for several
da s past, left for their homes in Youngs
town tills morning.
Last night a josm? of lice raided Belle
Foster's plaw at the comer of Miami and
Clark stre ts. arresting the landlady for
keeping a house of ill-fame, and one girl,
Jese Bumett, for loitering.
Clint Lctiiricl;. of East Columbia street,
reported to Oturer Wilson tstenlay that a
sneak thief had sfulen half a dozen chick
ens from his residence on Saturday night
lietvveen nine ami ten o'clock.
Kalpli Thompson, who wasquietl mar
rietl last Weilnesday evening to Miss Alice
FolckoiiHT, of '.i Chestnut avenue, is ctuii
fortibh domiciled upon ids fatlier's farm,
a s'uirt distance uortli of the city.
Tue iirohihitioiiists liave raised $1,000 for
their wigw.un. to Ih' erectiil on Center
street south of Wushington. When they
gt Sl.HW siiIrscnNsI the will pnveeil to
bmlil. It w ill lav e chairs for i00 jieople.
Ceorge (.ritlitlu a well-known farmer re
siding near llellefont.iine, coiiimitted suicide
last s-.iturda at noon. He Idew off the
whole top of his head with a shotgun.
Melamliolv. caused by sickness, was the
D.J. Vjsewander. w ho mov ed f rom New
Carlisle to Ovvass.i. Michigan, gois there to
suix-rintend and ui.Mi.ige a manufacturing
enterprise which will put on the market a
valuable force-pump, of w inch Mr. se
wandcr is patentee.
John Freeman, the colored man cliargeil
with stealing a Jialr of gloves from l'egen--lein's
notion store on Main street, had a
hearing liefore the ma or this morning, and
was Uiund ov er to court in the sunnif 5100.
He furnished tlie bail and was released.
Numl i s h,Ml Lesson rorel Sunday.
1 Wli.it is the 25th of December called?
(J What should parents present to their
children on that day?
A. A nice piano or organ.
(. Where should they get this present?
At I! F. Bramlum A. Co.'s.
tj Why there
A. Because that Is the only reliable, lmn
est. and sipiarenlealing music house iu the
ItUMVIIKsllV TIlhlrArilKU. .
Children, this Is a very solemn lesson. It
teaches us to !eware of commission and dis
honest music houses.
Warn our parents, and have them turn
the bloodhounds of investigation loose ami
hunt out all consumptive. one-Iungeil music
houses, and shun them like they would the
It I. Hraniloin .V Lo. s is me oniy place
to hu strietl tirst-class goods at rock tiot
tom prices with, not the comer, but all the
margin ot commission ageins kuockcu oh.
Kent I'sinte Transfer.
John Johnson to Hannah Dougherty,
C, '.IO-100 acres of land in Madi-on township:
SI 00. This deed was made in 1S35.
William Jones to U A. Littleton. X of
anacieof land in Green township: SJ18.
L A. Littleton to Ferry Button, same
Troiilie was ap-Miiuted adminis
trator of theestiteot Cynthia Spain, lately-
deceased, this morning, by Judge Miller.
Win. II. Houck was ap-Miinted the lawful
guardian of l'aul It Smith today.
A uiarnagfl licensti was mis moming is
stietl to Frank IV y-intlevter and Plioebe P.
Charles H. Nell was appointed guardian
of Mary X. Perrine in probate court today.
Dr. Vnn JformniT Academy.
Dr. and Mine. Van Xorman' school for
ladies (founded 1857) will reopen Oct 1, at
315 West Fifty-seventh street. New Tork.
Special advantages in music and modern
laitiru&ees. Keference: Dr..E. V. Van
Norman, Springfield, O. 88St
DIED AT THE PENITENTIARY.
A Prominent !reenllle l-awjer sent Vp
for lllarkuiull. Tllke. Morillluclul lllea
frnnt the Itesull.
A rather sad death has Impelled to one
of Greenville's most promising attorn? n
who was considered about the best attorney
in the town. The particulars of the ease
are about as follows: Last spring an old
man by the name of Anion Kichardswas
accused of Iuiprocr intercourse with a cer
tain woman of the town and the affair was
brought before Judge Safer for investiga
tion. After a rather long and tedious
trial, three gentlemen .f the town
were an used of blackmail, their
names being J. C. Thornton. O. A. Baker
aud a man by the name of Dines. Thorn
ton and Dines were sent to jail, where they
have, been ever since last June. About two
weeks ago Thornton and Baker were given
their trial and were each sentenced to one
j ear in the state iwnitcntiary I-ast Thurs
day Thornton was taken to the peiiitentiar.v
by the sheriff and was accompanied b his
wife. In some way he managed to conceal
a bottle of lliorphine alxiut his person, and,
when the opportunity came, swallowed half
of its contents. He then told his w ife that
for some reason, he couldn't tell why, he
knewMie should bo a corpse before he ever
reached Columbus. His wife, not know
ing exactly what made him s.i such a
thing, and as he could give no reason for
sav ing so, treated the nutter very lightly.
The poor woman was nearly heartbroken
over tier husliand's misfortune. Last Sat
urday a telegram was received by her at
Greenville, announcing his death, the cause
assigned being an ov er-dose of morphine.
The remains were Immediate sent to his
home, from Columbus, where they now lie.
awaiting interment tomorrow. Ilev. W.
A. Gross, wholatcl moved to this cit from
Greenville, was telegraphed for to go down
to take charge of the funeral ohsciuiies.
Thornton, liefore his trial and conviction,
had been leading a rather rapid life,
running with disreputable women, drink
ing, ami dissipating in many was,
but had in some way managed to keep It
from his wife. He was a man probablv
nfty vears of age and over, and has several
grown-up children, the eldest lielng a ouug
man of tw cnty.
Tlie affair is iiarticularly sad on account
of his Miclai connections and his business
prominence. Dim's Is still in the peniten
tiary ami feels very melancholy over Thorn
ton's death. O. A. Baker, the third jartv
in the affair, is still hi the Darke count
jail, and his case will soon be dissed of.
There seems to lie more general sinpath
for him than for either of the other two. as
he is believed to lie ilium cut. The funeral
of Mr. Thornton will take place tomorrow
morning, at Grosiviile, at his late resi
dence. HESPECT FOR THE DEAD.
The City Schools tnlil Ism Issisl Tomorrow
Out of Itespert for Onr lle.ejo.eil llie
It w as suggested this morning by ei eral
members of the school board that the public
schools lie dismissed tomorrow out of re
spect for our late Vice President Thomas A.
Hendricks and there was therefore a called
meeting of the Imanl at twelve o'clock in
the lodge room over Bums .t Iilfertys
grocery. The meeting was called to order
by the chairman. J. W. Bums, who stated
tlie object of the meeting, leaving it to the
rest of the gentlemen. Mr. Lorenz then
mov ed for remarks from Col. White and
Ilev. W. II. Warren. The former sjxike at
length, say ing that he thought it entirely
projKT that tho schools should be closed if
for no other reason than to impress uim
the minds of the jouth of our cit
the lesson of resiect and reverence
for those placed in authority. The su-ier-Intendeut
closed his remarks with a very
touching tribute of res-H-ct and honor to
Itev. Warren then follow ed in a short
speech, favoring Mipt White's remarks,
and moved that the schools be dismissed.
Mr. Ijorcnz then made a motion that a
committee of three be apjMvinted to draw up
suitable resolutions. The chairman ap
iKtintcd on this committee Slessrs. Lorenz,
Shew alter, Warren, and Col. White.
The committee w ithdrcvv from the room,
for a few minutes, and returned w ith the
follow ing :
Whereas. God has again laid uim the
nation his afflicting hand and plunged the
whole country in grief in the sudden re
moval, by death, of the Hon. Thomas A.
Hendricks, vite president of the United
Therefore, Kesolved, That we, the
Nurd of education of Springfield. O., while
Niwiug submissively to the deirce of the
great Father of us all. would reverently
pause and learn that deep lesson Impressed
Umiu Us by the sad circumstances of the
Kesolved, That we liear cheerful testimo
ny to the fidelity to duty, integrity of pur
jiose ami purity of life and character of the
Illustrious statesman whose loss the mtion
Kesolved, That to impress upon the
minds of the youth of our city the great les
son of resieet for authority and loyal oNsli
ence to and Iiecomlng reverence for those
appointed to high positions of trust and re
stMNisihility. the vhools of the city
lie closed tomorrow (Tuesday), the
day of the funeral, and that we rec
commend a general attendance umn. and
participation in, such memorial services as
shall lie apiKiintcd.
Kesolved. That we tender to the grief
smitten wife of the deceased our sincere
sympathy in this, the hour of her great lie-
(Mgnetl) W. 11. I.tilil.N7,
Wm. II. Wviiiikv.
Cm vs. W. biihw vi.ti i:.
W. J. Wiutk.
The resolutions were uuauiiiiously adopt
ed, and Clerk Cuslung was instmcteiltoseiid
an engrossed copy of the above to Mrs.
Superintendent White was also instructed
to dismiss the schools for all day tomorrow.
IT'ion suggestion of .Mr. Lorenz; the su
perintendent was further requested to in
struct the janitors of the several buildings
to toll the liells tinting a part of tlie funeral
Mr. Coles then moved to adjourn, which
was unanimous! carried.
Mestnyer'n "We, t's S. CNi."
Mi-tiyer's "We, lTs A Co.," the most
successful and ludicrous of all the musical
alisimlities will 1m- presented at lAacK'-i
Ojiera House, Wednesday evening, Dec .
In s-ak!ug of the play the Hock Island
Mi-stayer's whimsical concert. "We, L"s
& Co." was played liefore a large and fash
ionable audience by a delightful company
of comedians at H.irr's theater last
night The play is of the new school
which aims to supply the insatiable demand
of the jieople for mirth and music some
thing full of high spirits, caricatures of In-
ilivhlual t iH-s, hits.it i-ipular follies, ami
-holl di-esteu of the starch ami manner- ,
ism of the toncert. The particular folly
that is shot at is l,).lropatlo. am! "We, ui
A Co." are two mlacks ami "ilud Siirini-s"
forms the central absurdity. The tirst act ,
Is nerfortneil hi Dr. 1-uhifers office In
Vew- York: tiie kecoml at
and the third, also at the "sprlnf-s," has for
its main features a no el stage effect a re-
olving house. The cliaractcrs are well
concehed and full of contrasts, and the suc
cessful situations form a long list of absurd
ltlen. There are eleten people In the cast
aix gentlemen and five ladles, with ample
wardrobe reources for their numerous
REV. DR. TUCKLEY'S LECTURE.
A Sirnsttile s riiion to oiiuk Men on the
Cliolf e of Hook nml Itemting.
A large audience, filling the auditorium
of M. l'aul M. K. church, listened. last I
evening, to the second lecture of I!cv. Dr.
Tuckle's course to ouug men. The theme
treated was 'The Young Man and His
Books." The text chosen for the discourse
comprised the admonition of l'aul to Tim
othy, "give attention to reading." The
speaker began by presenting the inanv ad
vantages of cultivating a reading habit
among the ouug. GockI books are the her
itage of the N-st minds of past ages to those
who live in the present He gave some
valuable advice to students In our schools
and colleges regarding the formation of a
reading habit while at school. The person
who does not possess a love for Nioks and
reading Is certain to lie ver dwarfed in
character, and to have a ver narrow view
of life anil affairs. While good books are
the most valuable companions a man can
have, evil nooks are the worst; because as
sociation can lie carried on with them in se
cret without the disgrace which often deters
persons from associating with bad people.
They are also more hisidous in their evil
The speaker said that in this age ot the
world young people are ver certain to read
something. It will either lie a good Ixiok
ora profitable Mier, or it will lie a trash),
if not a iwisitive.1" evil iKMik, or imssibl a
newspaiier which scoffs at virtue and makes
vice attractive by throwing a glamour over
its achievements. Young men, he said.
need not only a warning against evil litcra-(
ture, but they also need suggestions as to
the good. In ancient times kings and
rulers used to have in their court a food
tister to guard against assassination by
poisoned food. In the family where there
are young people the parents, or some ju
dicious person, should be the Nxik-taster for
the children. Our public library should
have book-tasters to keep out bad and
worthless literature. Such an officer. If it
were possible, would lie c good thing even
for communities. As the result of such
oversight luniks and pajiers which now
serve simply to enkindle the tires of passion
In the hearts of youth would be used to
kindle bonfires on the streets.
In making suggestions as to some lines of
profitable reading, the sjieaker said the pe
rusal of .Nioks of si icnce, history, and natu
ral history would alvvayslie found of utmost
prolit A good Niok of travel is the vessel
which carries us to foreign lands without
perils of shipwreck or the pains of seasick
ness. It is the camel that hears us over
arid deserts, the railway train that carries
us across continents, and the stall that lifts
us over Alpine heights. F.very young man
should acquaint himself with the history of
his own land, as it forms ,t point nf view
from which he can survey the events of the
past and judge the etfects of occurrences of
Kcgarding newspapers, the sjkcr said
it is safe to discard any piiier which revels
in the details of vice, ostensibly for the pur
IMise cf deprecating it, but really for the
puiKise of making money by pandering to
the vicious imaginations of the insiple. The
Itev. Dr. said he would not forbid all read
ing of fiction, though care iu this rcs'iccl
should lie oercised. There are works of
fiction, he said, from whose reading one
would arise a nobler and a N'ttcr man, but
much that is annually put on the market
In-longing to this cla-s of literature gives
one false Ideas nf life and enervates the
mind and incapacitates it forgrapplingwith
iu stem realities. While life has iu it
much of romance ami pleasure, still the
great bulk of life is neither a fairy tale nor
a Kretual romance of love. Iu fiction,
therefore, read none but the liest Ixioks,
and nothing that renders ou unfit for the
duties of life.
Finally read the bible- Sir Walter Scott
on his death-bed said, "Kead to me fiom
the NHik? His attendant said. "What
iHHik."' Sir Walter replied. "There is but
one Niok. the bible." The scriptures are an
inexhaustible mint ; a guide to the young; a
strength to the middle-aged; a solaie to the
old; and in their precepts is the way of life.
Iitllonorof "lire l'resitleiit llemlrit Us Tt
A few democratic citizens gathered at the
Jeflerson Club rooms at 1:S0 o'clock this
afternoon to make arrangements for appro
priate ceremonies in connection with the
funeral of the late ice president For some
time it was imjKissible to tell who had
called the meeting, or just what its purj-ise
was. Finally Col. Iliuesamvedand stated
that he would give a round trip rate to In
dian.isilis, train leaving here at 4::I0 this
afternoon. It was the jolhest meeting, con
sidering its pur-iosc, that can well lie
C. W. Coustantine was made chairman
on motion of I.. II. Iiorciiz. Tlierejiort of
committees on transportation, hi favor of
accepting the offer of the Fan Handle, was
.Mr. J.orenz then siiggesttsl that meniorial - 1,11,1 myself at the age of 75 still able
services at Black's ojieni house would be' to do a good deal of work, and I attribute
v cry appropriate. ! it. under 1'rovidtiiee. to the following
John rlynn mov nl that memorial services f;1"",: .
. . ,, . ,,. ... . ..'! I Jin not of .111 anxious teiiiiiei-ainent;
lie held at Black s tomorrow afternoon. 1 his , , ,, , lirrJ- , am ,,, , anj s,ri(,
motion was talked over and adopted. 1 tent annoyed by 1N ipjioiutuicuts or failure,
Mr. Johnson then moved Hut the chair I and it has never disturbed me when I have
.iniNiint .1 iin-siilm-? iiUh-it. aniiuiiiitt.s on ! eeu censured, -o long as 1 believed I was
sieakers. one on hill, and another on dels,
orations. This was carried.
On motion of Mr. Kisemnenger it was de-
eidcd to rcitiest the fire department and
city schools to toll their bells tomoirow at
twelve o'clock, cit time.
On motion ot Mr. i.oieui the meeting
I was set fortwo o'clock. i
The committees are all rtspiested to meet
at the Jelfersiiii tlub rooms at 7:."U this even-1
Before adjournment the chair made the
! following appointments ;
President of the meeting J. W. Keifer.
Committtvon Hall I. II. Lorenz. D. T
West and Coates Kinney.
Committee on Speakers W. h. Thomas,
Dr. T. It Potter and J. II. Itihtutts.
Committee on Di conitioiis J. 1C. Kersli
ner, Howard HotihMss. t'ol. W.J. White.
John Cord, Wright Couklin, RrorgeNetts,
C. J. Holloway, II. C. Williamson, Ariiim
The follovying will Ih' the order of exer
cises: Beading of Scripture by Dr. Wilkinson.
Pray er by Dr. Falconer.
Address by thefh.ilnn.in. Cen. Ktifer.
IlfsoIutious by F. M. llagan.
Atldress by (Jecrge Sin'iice.
Aildress by Major White.
Address by deorge Arthur.
Address b Judge Ctanle.
Atldress bv J. I.. Zimmerman.
Address by T.J. Pringle.
lientsliction by Kev. J. T. Hose.
Court will probibly atljouni at noon, and
Hon. John A. McMahoii, of Dayton, will
also address the meeting.
Tin Woman's ltlitf Corps.
Since tlie Old Kulk.s" Concert lias Invn on
tlie tapis, in which mi man- -iroiiiim nt lx'r
son are to take part, the question has heeii
etl reiM-ateilh. "What is the Woman
, ,. f c .... t N a uaml of Illt.M
, , ,' . . , .
U.-se object is. I.tst. to cialli a,,l am
assUt tlie (rami Army of tlie Republic, and
to iienn-tuate the memory of their heroic
i.l..l- sh.i.1. tonssistsuch union eterans
1st such union eterans
. . , ... . .
niwil our belli and nrotection. and to e i
. .. . " .
tend neenrul am to me a mows anu oqinans
of those who ha e fallen; to find homes and
employment, and assure them of sympathy
and friends. And i is for f unds to carry on
this work that the 'entertainment to take
place Dec 10th, in Black's Opera House, is
to be given.
These goods are substantially and neatly made, and combine great durability with genteel ap
pearance. Economy could desire nothing better, as the stock is the best for wear that enters
into any shoe, while the prices are far below those of shoes of extra fine and really unneces
sary finish. They can be worn on any occasion, at home or on the street, at church or party,
and will look dressy and respectable. Good shoes could not be made for less than the prices
we ask for these. They come in all styles and sizes for men, women and children. Prudent
buyers, and particularly heads of families, are invited to examine these goods.
ROUSE & PARSONS, NO. 26 SOUTH MARKET ST.
llurr Hats" ill tlie ;ninl Oimt.i House.
Tomorrow evening "Burr Oaks" will K
presented ut the Grand. The following is
from the Brooklyn Union:
A sensational play that does not outrage
the intelligent sense nf probability is some
thing not common. This is prccivl what
"Burr Oaks.' as given at the Grand opt ra
house last evening, may be termed. It deals
in ti-irt with :i stilirl.itiwli Ami rii-in
.. . m.n,lc M) iu Wlle allll
tlie ui'spicaoie mutiny jumper, aim u is
wntttn by two Americans. But since the
days of Boiicicault's romantic Irish plays
nothing has lieen sis.ii fioin the pen of an
American author whidiisas nictiiresone
! and at the same time sensational. It has
Nvu compared to the "Silver King," and i
strongly suggestive of tint -nipular play,
but the similarity, if similaritv it can
lie called, is only in the sentl
mental episode of "Burr flunks' return to
his wife and child, anil isnodoubt purely
acciilent.il. 'I he starting and chief miidents
of the plot are within the lioiiiids of proli
ability. It is full, not surfeited, with senti
ment. Its motive is human and its scenes
are pathetic, but friely relieved witlicoiu-
ieily:tho characters are well drawn, and
Seats now on s-ile at Carter's. Ki mem
ber, one night only. Tuesday. Dee. 1.
Chi". Fierce, SI and costs; Jessie Burnett.
S t nml costs: Hello Foster. 55 and iiists
John Due, ami costs; W. K. Thomas. -"1
and costs; Adam Kier, si and costs; Fred.
Wemier. SI awl cnts; W.J. Sullivan, si
and costs, John Kreis. si and costs; Dillen
Kicketts, si anil costs.
Farmers, mechanics and others alike con
templ.iting a trip to Texas, should nut fail
to call on the ticket agent at the I'moii
De-wit on or liefore i-aturd.iy, Dec. '. An
excursion will leave pringlii'ld In charge of
General Agent Ilelmick. of the Texas l'a
cilie Itiilniul. via the I. It. A W. Mon
ti iv. Dec. ". ami will atfnidaii extellent oh
Iiortumty to visit all -mints iuTexas.it low
rates. 'Ihmugl eoiches will Ik rim to M.
Louis and through coat lies from bt Iiuis
to Texas iMiints. inablmg passengers to
make the entire trip with but one change of
ears. 47 .1
For a neat lilting lady's or gentleman's
custom 111 ule shoe, go to Joseph llniza. 31
East High street. Fine work a .siccialty
and a good fit guaranteed. 'J'Jjtf
Ilentl -Men's Mon.'.
Algernon Sydney Sullivan, public ad
ministrator of Xevv York city, tells of the
ease of a Russian who died tin re without
the slightest clue to his identity. Months
afterwards there came a letter from his
wife in Eastern Kussla, which sustained
her claim to his property. There was an
other man who had lived seiuestercd
from all relatives for thirty vt-ars
in the old St. Nicholas Hotel.
Finally he ditsi in a horse car, and it
seemed imisissible to tr.ue his heirs.
But, after awhile, individuals came forward
who provei that they were entitled to his
wealth. Iu another instance a man died in a
sailor's Imiuiiing-house. Only S-'nOwtre
found by the boarding house kee-ier among
his eflcts. Members of his family- came
from the west to Niw York, aud declared
that he sold his farm, and brought the pro
ceeds, SO.00U, with him. intending to travel.
The public administrator was mtuli dis
turbed bv these complaints, and at last
ln'ing unable to lind the sO.OOO, resolved to
dig u)i the body of the man. whith had liecn
burled hi New Jersey. When the Collin
waso'iened there was found around the
waist of the corpse (which had been interred
hi the clothes worn at the til if his death)
a Ml containing the missing R,000 in bank
notes. 'I he notes were taken out, and on
prest ntition at the suli-treasur, where they
were disinfetteil, were redtemed with new
bills. These instances exemplify the luri
ous exiieriences that fall to the lot of the
public administrator in New York.
The Ilev.. times 1 reem 111 CInrUe lls.irlbes
I The Herald of Health is giving a series
of articles on the "Hoalth and Working
' Habits of l'loiiiinent Thinkers as Descrilied
1 by Themselves." Following is the Itev.
I James Fretman Clarke's contribution to
I the scries;
2 I luive a great faculty forsltvplng. Al
though able to keep awake when netcssary
' without Injury. I can always fall asleep ut
any moment when sleep nin. tlesirable.
'I hose fragments of restart', no doubt of
verv gn-at sen ice to me.
... in.tve.iiw.ivs, itm.i.n.ttH.sHi. oeeii
t i.. .. r -i.i ii . . .
font I of outdoor evrcise. 1 lKg.ni to rule
on horseback when onlv alwmt eight vears
..i.i .ml u .i t i.t ,..,r,...l .. m. ,i..i,7i.t I..
,,'.,, .!. .
all out of di-ir sports skating, swimming,
rowing, ami Having tun. ami also m-tioor
.ilhliticexireises, such is fencing, lmung,
I and g.vmiiastit-s.
lint ill tli,.si. lu.,,.i-.,,l t.il
uui an uiese oeiongeti lo
i an t-arly period of iity life.
1 4. I have lew lived haluts, anil am fond i
I of ih.uige. Wheiil hive done any thin
o'lewaj fur a feu timi-s I enjoj it ilitTer
entl). Hut, if this tcn-Iim-) ha Its ail
.mt.i4es, it on the other li.uul pre-cuts
me from retehine tin" Ih in-fit whKIi
colius- from estalilislieil luotliixN of work.
5. AltlloIU-ll Wild! JOUIl I snilllvisl, I
!iae not ussl toli.uisi since 1 was Iti. In
half a eentiir 1 hae mlj siuoketl two
ciirars, anil those only iHtaiise I liuiieneil
to 1k- where the air was malarious.
0. l'mall, I !oe work, ami espwi.illj
hrain work. M professional iluties ;us a
e!en;j man hae been to me a soinw of
Kreat liappim-ss. I h.neaN written se
eral liooks ami man articles for the press,
ami 1 Mit'-e that this kmil of work has
been beneficial to nii Iic.iUIl
"SomothiiiK wonderful is sure to hapjieii
on this earth In-fore lorn," snddetil le-markt-il
a Harlem mm. lookim; up from his
newspaper. "Whj, Jolm, ou don't mean
it!" s.iid his w ife, in a tone of astonishment.
"Is the world coming to an end'.'"' "I don't
know, I'm sine; but it looks like it. 'ihis
paper sas there is a plumber in the I'hlla-ilt-lphla
almshouse." "Oh! is that all?" said
Ihe little woman, with a sish of relief. "I
thought perhais some hard-hearted liusbtni!
had iien his wife moiiev without her ak
ins.foi It." N"ew York Journal.
roiiipmo "Wh) do ou work so hard,
Hii'lej-.' You slae froMi iiiorulni; until
nii-ht." liagli- "I know I do. 1 wish to
I want to die worth a million..''
f "'"I""" '- '"" -"' '"," """. m
taste. .ow. 1 wouia mucli preler to Ihe
.i. i. ,... mi.. .. ii.n..i..i..i.i n.n
worm mm u iiuiiioo. i jui.mcipiiui .aii,
A Washington belle has created some
thing of a sensation in social circles by
manning a policeman. A policeman may
make quite as good a husband as a con
gressman, but his wife won't be able to find
him when she wants him. Nobody can.
Jap m and China silk handkerchiefs.
Gluts' and ladies' silk muttlers- in great
varhty at Murphy & Bro. Vim
Tanhniii A Semmes, Iigonda bank build
ing, Springfield, Ohio, and Washington. 1).
Where Smokers A re Sure to he Suited.
Since Carter repurchased the 1'alace igar
store In the Lagonda House, he has In
creases! the trade more than four-fold.
This is easily ai counted for iu the fact that
he carries nothing but the liest goods In the
lower anil higher priced cigars. lo buy a
live cent cigar at Carter's, means to get the
liest cigar for the money in the city, and it
i- the same way in 10 cent, 15 cent, !5
cent ami 35 cent cigars. In Imported
goods Carter's stock is as comprehensive
as any in Cincinnati, and his trade is stead
ily increasing. Just at this time he is of
fering some great bargains in piiies. For
instant e, brierwood piies, which usually
sell at 75 cents eac Iu Carter is now selling
at :V tints, and has a window full to select
Another point is well worth remember
ing, ami that Is that you can always find a
full list or the M-asI(le libraries at Carter's.
By ordering each week he keeps the stock
pK.-sOI.VKD.tiy the City Council of the elty ot
II sprtngliefil.Ohlo, Two-thlrUof thewhole
nunibertif iiieintiers elected thereto concurring,
that It is necessary and thit it Intends to
nuke.t pulillc liuprovemeiit by constnictlng
the sewers hereinafter desiri tied, according to
the Pirns, profiles, and specifications tl-refor
inrlleliitlieofflceof the City Civil Engineer
ami recorded In the office of the City Clerk,
and open to the inspection of all parties In
terested. and that Ihe sewers hereinafter de
scribed. In tliesevterdistrlcts hereinafter de
scribed, vtid seuersand sewer districts belli:'
part of the plin and system of sewerage here
tofore adopted bs Council, are required and
are hereby designated for Immediate use.
said srwers are descrilied as follows.
1st On .Main street from Lime-tone street
to Foster street
it. (In .Main street from Factory street to
Mill Hun sewer
M. On .Main street from Mechanic str-sot to
4th On .Market street from Main street to
-Mill Run sewer
5th. On Factory street from Jefferson street
to .Main street.
t'th t'ominencln'T -it the lnteistMfnn of
HUh streetttiih ellow Springs and runm-.g
I thence lu.aloiigand upon HIkIi street to Race
' street, theaee north on Itace street to ilalu
I street, nml theme west on Main street to
stiine.inliairtwss.ilil street about two hun-
i ureu teet west ui w estern avenue.
;, ti M tin street from Isabella street
east to a stone anh across s tid street about
'" numireii icet west ot Western avenue.
I '"th lieglnniiig.it the man hole iu the T.iy-
I lor street sewer on the west side of laylor
street, thence .incurved line to the center of
me private alle through Jern" Tailors lot on
! the east side of Taylor street, thence with the
seiner ot s.uu aoej r east to tors street
, a iH. ,1, o.a m. ia i.. ,i. .;-..An
mount sHrdlstrlct.orsewer district No. i
me oouiiuanes of wtitch are as follows- On
!"" "n." imiiiiMrs. mr icmcr one1 ui
ll.i. i . ......t .....b..i.... i ....
lh. t.,..lh.... ......I .1... . 11
i-ast tlii-curiM.mtion Hue, m the south the
u.n.nr.uuit i.ic l.iiliiit..llVll 11UC, UU IUC
noriiiiiiie.il limn street, audim tnewt-st the
east line f .Markt-t treet
lliel'iiitaiiit -Ithilfscnlitsl sewersare In the
Center street sewi-ritMrii t. or sewer district
No 4. the boiiiul ides of which are as follows
CoiniuL-iKliij-at the intersettlou of the east
lliii-of.M irK.et street with the -enter of liuik
c-reik. thence with the center line ot Burl
ircek iIuh it the same to the Intersection of the
center line thereof, with the east Hue of rac
tor street- theme with the east line of Fac
tory street, ami with the east line of r'actor
street eMcioleit south'-ant to Its intersection
with the south corporation line; thence east
with saM corporation Hue to the west line of a
turnpike roail. formerI the Mirlii-nelit .mil
Cllftun turniiike. theme with thewest line uf
saitl roail north to the old corporation line.be.
flu the section line between sections sl ami
H, township '). ninxe !. .M. K. b; thence with
s lid seUion line west to the east line of Mar
ket streit thence with the east Hue of Market
street north lo the place of beKinnlni:
said 3d and 5th described sewers are In the
Plum street sewer district, or sewerdlstrict
Nii-i. the lioundiries of which areas follows
On the north the tenter Hue of lluck creek, on
the west the cast line nf Yellow frprlnj-s street,
onthesoiith the south cornorttiou line, and
on tiieeast the t ast Hue of Factor) street aud
tlie east tine of Factory street extended south
wanllytoa point where it would Intersect the
soiiin corporation line
t-aid bill and 7Ih destrtbed sewers arelnthe
west end sewerdlstrict. or-sewer district .No.
. Ihe tniunil tries of which areas follows. On
tlie north the north corporation line and the
tenter line of Hutk creek; on the east the east
line of ellow &nrlni-s street, on the south the
south, corporation line, and ou the west the
west corporation Hue.
bald sih described sewer Is In the Taylor
street sewer distritt. or sewer district No.3.
the boundaries of which are as rollows: Comment-In-:
at the intersection ot the north line
of Hlh street with the east line of Market
street, thence running east with the north
line of lllnh steeet. and the north line ot the
turnpike road, formerly the Springfield and
South Charleston turnpike, east to the feast
corporation line; thence south with the east
line of the corporation to the southeast cor
ner ot the corporation; thence west with the
south corporation line to the center of CHfton
street; thence south with the corporation line
to a corporation corner thence west with the
corporation line to the wot line of a turnpike
road, formerly theSprlnKSelrl and Clifton turn
pike; thence north with the west line of said
--lllBfB r-l 00
ImbbLbbbib I ll -"-
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j- i-"-i X.
JONES, JOHN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Emma Mine
and Hurd's Shaft
Th'8Coaltare far superior to any Jackton Coal evar strip
ed into this market ancs ussd, always used. Also, dealers
in best grades of Anthracite and Sutday.Crsek Coal.
OFFICE : Corner Washlngloi
Nos. 20 and 22 W. Fourth St., CINCINNATI.
and ART POTTERY.
Usefnl and decoralire artlelei for drawing rooms, dining
rooms and chambers. Dinner sett and table glassware,
specialties. Prices loir. (Jnalltj Superior.
REDUCTION III PIE OF MS COKE.
Until further notice Coki will ba delivered to any part of
thi city at the follewlnj reduced price :
LUMP COKE, 8 CENTS PER BUSHEL ($2.00 PER LOAD.)
CRUSHED COKE, 10 CENTS PER BUSHEL ($2.50 PER LOAD.)
This makes the chaapett fuel far all purpose. Leave
erdere at the office.
Springfield Gas Light & Coke Co.,
30 EAST MAIN STREET.
MmM WH V am m7
.aBJBJBJV ! VA1 MBv JM JF g'T
m-mwMUm mm mm w -
l NOT EXPENSIVE
In great profusion at the well-filled Warerooms of
L. F. WEHRIY1ANN & SON,
17 and 19 West Fifth St., CINCINNATI.
Pedestals, Chairs, Hat Racks, Easels, Fancy Tablet, Music Stands, Shaving Stands,
Brackets, Fire Screens, tc.
OUR EXHIBIT WILL PLEASE YOU. OUR PRICES WILL AMAZE YOU
last named road to the old corporation line,
beiui: the set tlon line between sections 33 and
il. townships, ranee H.M. K.&.; thence west
with said section line to the east line of Mar
ket street, thence with the east line ot Market
street north to the pl.twofbeKinnlni-.
The plans and spec I neat Ions required by law
for the construction of said sewers have been
prepared, and -ire m file in the office of the
City Cill Engineer for examination and In
spettioii by parties interested, and Council
will hear said parties at Its regular meeting to
be held In theCouncil Chimber of said city.on
the iitlay of December, A li.. Iss5. connnenc
tri:at7.)p. m .and In theetent there should
lie no meetinc on s.u. nicht. then at its first
regular meeting thereafter.
The City Clerk Is hereby directed to publish
this resolution for two consecutive weeks In a
newspiperof general circulation In the cor
poration. Passed by Council Xoveniber24th. lsAi.
Attest- P. 1. Mast, President.
J. . bioc-rtLTEK,
City Clerk. 42 am
J. D. Smith Company
Cloln- ISuIlillntr, Cor. Went Hlh SU
aud Uuluut Alley.
Blaak Book Work ud Lral BUakt a iBedaltr.
The place to buy your
Is where you can cet the most coal for the
least money. You ran set more co-it of me for
a dollar than au other place In town, and you
can set just what you order. If you want
Jatkson.youcanset It; or Itjou want Ilock
Ing. MuskiiiKum. Younhloxheny or Peacock,
you can i;.-tlt ot me, and If you wantanthra
cite coal. I can sell you Just what you want,
bpeclal attention paid to.Vl cent and 51 orders,
and if you want to buy by the car lots, you can
buy of me at bottom prlt cs. Call by telephone
for ail and 37S.
Main Office, 140 Sooth Mtrktt St.
Sooth Office, 74 East Liberty St.
And when you fall to Ket what you want at
other places, remember you can get It ot
LEACH, tut COAL DEALER . S2S, -"pprtof my muerjm
je- . --.,,1 -... mrm
. iwwiii nun --?.:--:s.ni: "-.."-- ,, ,- -w .tnnK.
Morrow J Jones."
and Mechanic Sts.
ttrmameatal, ? ,
tV - tl.Kleh - wdEle
raBt. ! and 1 m " T
lpisprtat. jet VJM "T
PAUL A. STALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATE5T8.
Room 8. A.rt-T TtuiMimi.
E. I-. MIXjIZEm,
GOLD. SILVER MB NICKEL JOB PLATER,
40 W. Mnln s.U.SpriiiKllelit, o.
Replatlneof table and teaware a specialty.
All work warranted to ulve vitistat-tion.
or Imlintion Is the stomach's protest
&-ainst unsuitable fooj, the excesie Use
of alcohol or tobacco, ha.ty eatim; intl
tlrinklmr, and all Irrationtl habits of
lMnj;; anj Ajer's Sarsaparilla Is thu
stomach's best friend, relie-ins; it of dL
trvss, and aiding its return to healthful
acUou. C. Canterbury, HI Frauklin st,
Boston. Mas., a confirmed dpcptic, was
the ue of AVer's Sarsaparilla. lie says:
"I suffered severely from Dpep-ia for
leveral years. I consulted five or six
physicians, who gave me no relief. At
last I was induced to try Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla., and by its uc I am entirely cured."
O. T. Adams, Spencer, O., says : " I ha e
for years suffered acutely from Dt spepsia.
scarcely taking a meal, until within the
Iat four months, without enduring the
most distressing pains of Indigestion.
has restored me to perfect health."
Prepared by Dr. J.C. ATer A Co., Lon-elL
Maas., U. S. A.
Sold by all Drng-rlsta.
Price $1; aix bottles, $S
A mn ement has been set on fnni tn imita
Brooklyn and Xew Tork into onemunicl-
pauiy, to Be Known aa Manhattan Th.
pro-en nai ine snppott of many Infln
7m:'r, 'U.!:,.;:,i- , 'X-v,;- . .S--,.:i,,, ., , T -&t-..,tf-tAfo - - -,.5BialililililililililililiW