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MONDAY, JANUARY 24, '87.
Grand Matinees Wednesday and Saturday, at
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Our own Brass Hand and Orchestra . Eighth
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Reserved seat sale will open Friday. January
21. at Pierce A Co ' book store.
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Dniuas "Fits' i,t Home.
Alexandre Dumas lives in a snug man
sion in the Avenue deVilliers, surrounded
by his children and grandchildren. Con
trary to what might be thought from the
nature of his dramas, he is essentially a
family man. He receives largely. He is
particularly kind to young beginners,
whether authors, actors or painters, who
rarely appeal to him in vain either for
advice or assistance. He scorns jwhbcs,
and is very independent Under the
second empire the Due de Pcrsigny onco
asked him to write a cantata for the opera
in honor of the emperor's fete day. He
replied that it was not for him to open
lus mouth while such great poets as Hugo
and Lamartine declined to sing. M.
Dumas still signs himself "fils," out
of veneration for lus father. Chicago
The Ilrltluli Empire.
It in pointed out tliat the BritUi em
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A STATUE FOR LOGAN.
WHERE CAN A SUITABLE SITE BE
HAD IN WASHINGTON t
The Available Places Almost All Taken
Up Equestrian Statues of 3IcPheraon
and Grerne "Tli. IXonie Pasture' Uad
Views Obtained from the naileries.
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Washington, Jan. 17. It will not be long
liefore something is done toward erecting a
statue to Gen. Logan. While the Grand
Army of the Republic or the Army of the
Tennessee may choose to place a statue or
monument of the general at his grave In Chi
cago, congrws will undoubtedly appropriate
the necessary means to erect an equestrian
statue of the great volunteer general at the
capital, where as soldier and legislator hU
fame centers. Here, too, is to bo Mrs. Lo
can'a home, and here for nearlr half of the
I general's life he lived and worVeiL There
will lie difficulty in muling a suitable spot for
j such a statue, as those of Washington, Jack.
I son, Scott, McPberson, Karragut, Dupont and
M'oinas now cxupy u.e mt prominent sites.
nere remains, nowever, Iowa circle, where
it was once designed to place a statue of Gen,
Grant, and for a time it was called Grant
circle. Gen. Logan lived last year, before be
bought the Stone mansion, on Iowa circle.
Mrs. Logan prefers this spot, if any is to be
honored with a statue to the general.
One of the best equestrian statues in Wash
ington is that of On. Logan's comrade, Me
Fherson, whom he succeeded temporarily la
July, 1NJ1, when McFherson was killed at
Atlanta. It is a lifelike counterpart of Gen.
McPbrson, and in pose, action and expres
sion Is above criticism. This statue stands in
,McPT ?lrl iTwltT. ?"
tert,ct' 1 aml K stre,t?' HLooklng l tLU
fuT JUT f rf1 , '? ,T
, , klw m
dclphia, cast it, as they have most of the
bronze figures in M a&hiugton, among them
those of Gen. Scott, Gen. Rawlins and Gen.
Greene. When the McPhersou statue was un
veiled in l7li Gen. Logan was the orator of
the day, and his feeling tribute to his old
comrade is one of the best speeches of his
life. The McFherson statue cost F.,-i.O00,
while the tedeetal, which, is of New England
granite, cost F-B,000. The Society of the
Army of the Tennessee erected both 'statue
and pedestal. It was at first proposed to
place the remains of Gen. Mcpherson be
neath the statue but his family objected, and
he was permitted to lie in the soil of his
native state. It is a serious drawback to the
enjoyment of this work of art that it
stands in a small park containing about
an acre of land and is densely surrounded by
large trees. It has not the prominence which
the Farragut or Dupont statues have in their
parks, nor ttat which the Scott ard Ttoma.
have in small circles of grass plot at the in
tersection of prominent streets and avenues,
A sparrow has a nest in the stirrup of Mc
Fherson's right foot, and for two years past
has hatched her young there.
One of tbe most interesting equestrian
statues in Washington is that of Gen.
Greene, which few people ever saw. It
stands in Greene square, a bare piece
of ground embnidng three and a half
acres of land just north and east of the
THE GREENE 8TATCE.
Capitol. It is of hronie, weighs three tons,
and cost the government (50,000, the statue
alone costing f4000. The sculptor was H.
K. Brown, who die! the other day. He also
made the statue of tJen. Scott in Scott circle,
the ill fated locahtj where several statesmen
built fine houses orly to be sent back to pri
vate life by their constituencies. It is here
Mr. Blaine lived ii Secretary Windom's
house. Here Mr. Robeson had a fine
house, and Don Cameron's old house
stands neighbor t it Minister Pen
dleton's house, now occupied by Secretary
Endicott, is n"ar Scott circle. The statue of
Geu. Greene is Browi's best work. It is said
to be tbe best revdutionary likeness yet
made. It was proviibd for by a resolution in
tbe Continental confess, but nothing was
ever done about it until Senator Anthony, of
Rhode Island, revived interest in tbe greatest
soldier of his little state, in 1876, and Brown
was commissioned to Gesign tbe statue. It is
supposed that the Coitmental congress had
no money to pay fr Greene's statue, and with
the usual neglect of republics, Greene went
unhonorel in sculptureuntil a century after
the struggle in which heachieved fame began.
Tbe idea of action is preeminent in this work.
Tbe left bind foot of the horse rests on a can
non ball and the generis has his right arm
outlifted before him in tie act of leading a
body of troops forward t attack. The uni
form is Continental and its gracefully on the
firm, athletic figure. It is a wonderfully
binOsome, alert face aid form, and to
&, CO., THE LEADING UNDERTAKERS,
WEST 2SrdLA.IHT STREET, SFRI2SrC3-FIEL3D, OHCIO.
patriotic Americans tbe statue snouta over
be an object of delight, especially so from tha
fact that the last resting plane of the Rhode
Island general is unknown.
It is a curious fact In art that Brown, in
modeling tbe equestrian statue of Gen. 8cott,
took for his ideal of a horse a One Kentucky
mare owned by one of his friends, and all tbe
Washington horsemen dr lare It is tbe best
horse in all the equestrian statuary in Wash
ington, and there are so many bronze horses
here that Massachusetts avenue, aliove Four
teenth street, in frequently called the "horse
It is a pity that the galleries of the house
and senate do not give isitors a chance to
see senators and members to advantage.
Aside from the press galleries and those re-
apfro, fr frierUS
of members and
senator and for the
diplomats, there is
no place where a
good front view
can be had of the
actors in the daily
scenes of debate
Here, for instance,
RIED, or MAINE.
is the usual view
the gentlemen who visit the house get of on
of the leaders on the Republican aide Tom
Reed, of Maine. Reed b a big Newfound
land dog in general appearance and manner,
that he is not so shaggy and hairy as he
should be to make the metaphor precise. He
rolls in his gait and flounders about up and
down the aisles during a debate very much
as a bi,r, good natured dog might When
things look a little suspicious be opens his
mouth and then the likenoss ceases, instead ot
the deep voiced, round toned utterance you
migut expect from bis girth and height.
there comes forth from the top of his throa S
a thin, drawling Yankee speech tiatexcif
laughter, until you listen closely and notice
that what Reed says is cutting ir to bU op.o-
nents right and left like a Damascus blade.
His logic, wit, re,tartee and timeliness are
dreaded by everybody who is not of his po-
htieal household. As he sits in his seat back
under tbe gallery, he sinks his bead down into
bis fat shoulders and iwdsllkea dog asleep
in the sun until some queer state of things
again rouses him up and he goes wagging and
rollimrdown the aisle to lerrifv the enemy
The most notable figure on the Democratic
side of the house sits with his back alwaS
toward the ladies' gallery No matter how
much time he may
have for it, Mr.
Randall never onco
faces that semed
mass of beauty and
grace. The back of
his head, just be
ginning to get bald,
with bis back hair
Mill raven black, is
all that can be seen
from that quarter.
There is of course ,,,
much craning of
necks to see tie handsome, finely delineated
countenance of tho great protectionist Demo
crat but it Is only when he goes over to the
Republican side and returns to his seat from
,i, f., ..- f ,,- M,.mh.r iimr .h,w. l.
trous black eyes and that firmly shut mouth
can be seen fairly and fully. Mr. Randall
keeps his seat when he U iu the bouse. Few
errands' there cause him to move aliout But
most of his time is spent in tbe appropriations
committee room, where he holds all the
threads of legislation in that close grip which
makes him a iw.r- p-rhaps the greaUat
power in congress. J II Trcesdell.
Mobillzatlou of an Army.
Readiness for mobilization supposes three
principal preparations made beforehand in
time of peace; first, for filling up regiments
and corps to war strength with men armed
and trained; second, for prov lsion of horses
and stores without delay and without stint;
third, for having the horses and stores ex
actly where they are needed namely, w uero
ever tbe unit which is to use them is to be
mobilized. As an example, take the great
war of 1870. The Prussian regiments for
first line were all mobilized in from seven to
eleven days, and this means that they were
in perfect readiness to march and in full
possession of their horses, carriages, span
ammunition and so on.
The French, ou the contrary, thoueh they
had in existence all that was required, had
it not in the right place; so that immense
confusion resulted and the army was not
even ready for defense when the Germans
were already concentrated for attack on the
French frontier. Yet France had declared
war and ought to have had a good start
The German Landwehr was ready a little
later, being fully mobilized in from ten to
fl.n ,ii- imn..M. ., , . j.
ernble the German cavalry to be ready al-
most instantly, and 503 battalions within
seven days, followed by 390 more on the
eighth or ninth day. In other w;rds, little
more than a week would elapse before a
force of nearly 000,000, with full proportion
of artillery, would be completely ready and
provided with every necessity for a cam
paign, including horses. And all this
efficiency is combined with strict economy,
because Germany is a military nation.
Labby as Irvine's Kmployer.
I hear that the advertisements iu the
Christmas number of Truth amounted to no
less a sum than 1,100. It is the good fort
une of Mr. Labouchere to turn everything
he touches into gold. Truth paid from the
second number, and it now brings him in
the princely income of 12,000. He was
for ten years a theatrical manager, and yet
lost no money The other day Henry Irving
was recalling those days when he was one of
Mi. Labouchere's stock company at the
Queen's theatre, in Long Acre, and with a
half sigh related the , fact! that he was only
mrtlvinr P7 R ctmOt "ThrArt nwna ... '
receiving 7 a week
friend," Interposed tbe heartless Labby.
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London uor. Liverpool Post
The American Way.
A Newington man recently placed a $500
piano in lus hoise, while the front hall
way remains unplastered and his front door
step consists of a dry goods box, bottom up.
Concord (N. II.) Monitor.
She Preferred Thunder.
A woman awoke her husband during a
thunder storm one night and said:
"I do wish you would stop snoring, for I
want to hear it thunder."
. r 0' tb-e good things of this
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Henry M. Stanley has started for Africa.
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DISTINGUISHED PERSONS WHO ADD
LIFE TO SOCIETY.
Met at a Mnslcalr FaihlonaMe Knter
talnmentsi'arlor Lectures on Various
Topics, From the lielsarte System to
Mind Heading and Itelnrarnatlon.
rspeclal Coirrnpondeilce I
New York, Jan. 17. In no city in the
country does one meet so many pleasant
IPl0 " a cial wy ' " w York. I
suppose it is because there are more people of
iu kiihu m'tti uiuiriwnucm jll u inusiiiie
t'je oler e emng I met more persons n horn
J"0" naA alx,ut ln tuo papers, than I could tell
Jou about in half a page,
To begin; ladies first: There is brilliant,
dark eyed Georgia Ca van, who has made
J0" " nearly cry in her acting of May
uiossom. mere, too, is tna uietz uiymer,
with the face of a Saint Cecilia. She is a
saint, her friends say. If over one strayed
down to earth to live. Mrs. Clymer trams
P"P"s tor mo stage now, l am loin, uentie
oenny June sua oesiue .Mrs. uiymer. Airs.
Croly (Jenny June) has done more hard news
paper work than almost any other writer liv-
"S "" r woman, though her face bears
--. v.c. luD """"io oou-
wiu, nifci, uci usir, urcunjr looking neau,
bright, fresh faoo and golden hair. I have
said somewhere that women, as a sex. are
lacking in the sense of humor. Please make
an exception In the case of Kate Sanborn.
She sparkles with mirth and humor, and is
""" enouK ol8 Breat great-great-grand-
Mf Sanborn is living here this winter,
nd a charming addition to those literary
and artistic circles which constitute i exactly
, "' delightful society of New York.
n.p ""? ' "" nfrer the musicians, is
dert little laly with very brignt, qmckly
g ejes, and a ready repartee. That,
? J PJ. hi "Aunt Fanny" Barrow,
known to all readers.
There are so maiiy distinguisheil women to
be "entioned that they almost crowd out the
IetJ.aI? mf here worth knotv-
""' . " uu wwNigiiuy sarcastic lace, and
I mustache and imperial like Louis KaDolcon.
is Constant Ma er, the artist He wears in
h button hole a liny red knot the ribbon of
the French Legion of Honor.
Two other men come a little late. Do you
rems-mber ln that delightful opera, "Pa
tience," Grosenor, the fleshy ssthete. who
had a mortgage on beauty, whom all the girls
went mod over, and who said sorrowfully,
"Curses on me fatal attractions!" Well, this
inimitable Grosvenor comes to the musicals
to-night in ordinary dress and, it
must be confessed, looking a little
bored. He lives in New York, and his name
is Eugene Clarke. He comes late, for he has
been to a rehearsal. Another comes late.too,
,a tall, striking lookiug man, with beautiful
,white hair, whom New Yorkers and many
others recognize the instant they clap eyes on
him. He is Harry Edwanls, of Wallack's
theatre; he. In velvet coat and silk stockings.
f J" " P'"'K mi
; th "School for Scandal."
has just been playing Sir Oliver Surface in
These are a few of the persons who sir to
night and listen, now to the great thundering
contralto of Mme. Trebelli and now to violin
notes so exquisite, so fls and far-away sweet
tliat they sound like spirit music floating iu
The parlor lecture, too, is another form of
entertainment very popular in Now York
city this winter The fashion came from Bos
ton. Mrs. Henrietta Crane Russell and her
husband are among the advocates anil leaders
hero of the IVLsarte system of elocution, or
acting, or expression, or whatever you might
call it. I tion t know, I'm sure. The idea is
j that a certain movement of a muscle, a cer
tain turn of the land or head or arm, means
a given thought or emotion. If jou leapi
tboje movements you enn express exactly
the given thought or emotion. It is wonder
f 1 1, too, how much there is hi the system,
,ly, alas Americans know very " little
tbout it The Cranes are now iu England.
A wave of psychics and occultism ls pass
tag over New ork also. There are nightly
parlor lectures on reincarnation, mind reading,
clarvoyance, trance and mysticism of v anous
sorts, which are listened to with absorbing
Interest James Elmer.
lie Wa ft OimmI Llstrtier.
The Kentuckians tell n good story of ex
Governor Magoffin, of that state, who is a
goal talker and likes to do most of the talk
ing himself. One day in making the journey
from Cincinnati to Lexington he shared his
f1 jn the,Mr wi'b bnglit-eyed, pleasant
factJ Centl""- The governor, after a few
commonplace remarks, to which his com-
P""on atnileU and nodded assent, branched
mU description of the scenes that he had
witnessed in different parts of the country.
grew eloquent over the war, described with
glowing speech the horse races he had wit
nessed, talked leamolly of breeding and told
thrilling stories of his battles with the
Indians ln the northwest The hours slipped
rapidly away, and when the train was Hear
ing Lexington the two exchanged cards and
parted with a cordial shake of the hands.
The governor drove to an inn, and to a
number of friends he remarked that tha time
had never seemed so short before.
"Then you must have had pleasant com
"You ore right I met a gentleman of
unusual intelligence. We conversed all the
way over. I nev er was brought in contact
with a more agreeable man.
"Imleed! Who was he?" asked his friends.
"Wait a minute; I have his card," and
the governor felt in his pocket and produced
a bit of pasteboard. His name is King."
"Not Bob King?" shouted a dozen in one
"Yes, gentlemen; Robert King tliat is
the way the vaxi 'r,, m jie d
A roar of laughter followed.
"Why, governor, Bob King is as deaf us
a post He was born deaf and dumb'"
Ben: Perley Poore.
, Managing a Prlum Donna.
Opera Manager It's a terrible thing, n
terrible thing to have a prima donna to
Omaha Man I did not 3uppose a bad
temper necessarily accompanied vocal
"Well, it is not temper exactly; but a
prima donna seems to be in a continual
stitc of nervous irritability; can't help it,
"Oh, that's it But, my dear sir, you,
should reflect on the fearful nervous strain
she lias to endure at every performance
when the sticks jou have hired to support
her begin to sing." Omaha World.
A Swedish authority states that Swedish
iron has almost lost its place in the English
market Hardwares exported to that coun
try are being returned unsold, even though
offered at the very lowest prices. The East
Indian market is almost as completely closed
against Sweden, and such soles as have been
made there have been effected at a ruinous
loss. Philadelphia Call.
? BY USING
DimrcuKHLi) Ladies Who Use It.
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twt f tar tit f JtWfW I ttutli tttr sM OtW.
IUkUaa Adolin Pattl.
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of taut h bm lra.ty iwnsnrmpt44 TO
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lua ufotUW uw
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Jetuit. Victor! and Bosina voke.
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ha rr;.rrrir awtiU m e mrtk for lh uflipWifc. I
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Irwa tom Lm tlts.U. IvC arLklL I clvawrfalir if
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ba. rn, ai. 1 rrduily rwwtinMMl It W all toy
fffctoUa aad Um fmKSc cvawraily.
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rascy t JOsl tssstsnrtaC.
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U aUa yoor " Lino htu k lunamtaarabk.
EXPRESSED FREE; 2 Ure rc bottles,
whtienr pink. fort. W. To many poloM 1 bot
tle roriA:. try your ilrujKini; nrt) lioxed
secure from obrvatious Chamtlix Mro.
H S. Mention thl paper-
CERMAN ASTHMA CURE
losUntly ibera tb mutt violcmt attAtrk. and
in5orwst?ncnf)rtib! Wp M WilTISC brKB
vCLfsBrina: tuMby lah-latmn. it. actiun i bn-UMd.a-t
direct wifl certain, and enri tho
nQU in all cnrmblo ca- A Hnsle tntl eon
Tincea tha) rcot akrntifal Print ikr? imt 1 m
of ay drnn-4t. nr hy mail Sampfe Frrf fur
WANTED a centleman of enenrv. exDerlenee
and acquaintance. In each county of Ohio, as
Agent for Appletrnte". Klrrtrle Ilurs;lar
Alarm Matting. So capital but best of ref
erences required Absolute control given.
Unexcelled opportunity to build up a lucrative
Klrctrlcal liiisinnu, n connection. Corres
Room 1, National Bank Building.
Fora check for SJuwe will print a ten-line'
aaverusement in une .Million issues ot leading
Amerlem New "papers This Is at the rate ot
only one-fillhof acentaline for 1.0CO Circula
tion! The altertisement lll be placed before
One Million different newspaper purchasers.
orFivaMiLLiov Hitnias. Ten lines win ac
commodate about 75 uords. Address with copy
of Adv. and check, or send .Vi cents for Hook of
176 rases . GEO. P. ROW'ELL X CO . 10 Bracrit
The wife of Senator Vorhees died at
Washington, after a brief illness.
Can consumption be cured? Yes. One
man only, discovered the laws of gravita
tion. One man only. discoered the virtue
of vaccination. And one man after jears
of study and reflection, has discovered the
cure for consumption. Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discover" is IU siitcific
Send two letter stamps and get Dr. Pierce's
pamphlet treatise on consumption. Ad
dress. World's Dispensary Medical Associ
ation, Butfalo. New York.
In nice, clean, new boots and shoes just re
ceived at the Arcade shoe store, that they
propose to sell for less money than any
other house in the city. Starkey & Scow
den do not have to resort to the old game of
closing out sales to feet oil old scab auction
goods. They buy goods from the best fac
tories in the country and put a price on that
they go in the season. If yon want a real
bargain go to the famous one-price cash
Arcade shoe store.
Simpson Harris died in Putnam county,
lnd., at the age of 100 jears.
K nVft v c Blood Elixir is the only
'xVwV' Blood Remedy guaran
tionsorsjyphllitlc. folsomng. it purines the
whole system, and banishes all Rheumatic
and Neuralgic pains. We guarantee it
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
J. M. Parker, alleged embezzler,
been returned to Marion, Ind.
BEST TONIC. ?
This medicine, combining Iron with pnre
-egetable tonics, quickly and completely
Cure. Ilyapepsla, 1 ndlaratton, U'eakne,,
I utpare 1SIsh1, .Vial arla,Ch Ills aad Fevers,
H Is an unfailing- remedy for Diseases of the
Kidneys and I.lvrr.
It ls Invaluable for Iisca.es peculiar to
Women, and all u ho lead sedentary lives.
1 1 does not Injure the teeth, cause headachcor
produce constipation ofAr Iron milicine do
Itenriches and purifies the blood, stimulates
he appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re
heves Heartburn and Itelchlng, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent levers. Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, Ac, it has no equal.
49- The genuine has above trade taark and
ciossed red lines on wrapper. Takenoother
FS'iol M -!
IUJ i I a 1 -
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
Cl'veland, Columbus, Clnel
s Might Express
12 Vew York A Boston Kxpress..
: Cleveland Jc Eastern Express.
4 Sew York Limited Express
- 3.40 pm
9 Night Express.
77Dg..Cln.J Wes. El 5i5ara
i ua r lying nucKeye ,iam
Cincinnati Indianapolis Kxpress. H.UUam
3 Cleveland & Cincinnati Express 1.1) pm
i ClntU Ind..St. Louis & Kan. Ex 1J pm
aiuvi raoK xust.
9 sight Ei press IIS am
1 tin Hying Buckeye JOam
3 Cleveland 4 Cincinnati Eipress- 1M pm
i Mew fork. Bostan A Cincinnati Ex.Mja pm
uvi raoa SOUTH.
s Sight Express ISam
11 Daytou.SprlngaeldAccom.fr't 905 am
U New lork Jk Boston Limited "VJSam
2 Cleveland Jc Eastern Express 3.4U pm
It Cincinnati Jk Snrlnzlleld Accom 5Ju pm
tl New York Limited Express 9.45 pm
No. 12 has throngn sleepers to New York and
los ton wlthoct change.
No. 4 la the famous limited express, com
posed en tlrely of sleepers, east of Cleveland,
rarough sleepers from Springfield. Makes
ewYorktn 5DH hoan and Boston In StJ
No. 27 has free Reclining Chair car to St.
Louis without change
, O. IL KNIGHT.
J- K- Ticket ; and Ocean Steamship Agent.
Q. F- A. Sprlmcfleld. 0.
Indiana, Bloomlnfton and vrettem Ball
road. aixrri raoir laar.
1 Night Ex
. 7:5 am
- 9:45 pm
T 5.nrf,,.w U-ll
J Pacific Mall and Ex..
t aansas city .
2 Columbus Express
i Atlantic Mall
6 New York Limited-
aauva ranic wt
2 Eaitern Ex
S New York Limited
1 Night Express
- 1:15 am
3 racinc jaau
3 Kansas CltykxZ "
Aauva rtov xoara.
. 5:15 pm
I Cincinnati Ex.
. t-.Z am
- 10.--O am
5 Kenton Accommodation
3 Columbus Mall . .
1 Lakeside Ex
4 Put-In Bay Ex
5 sanaoiay ax
Ohio Southern Ballroad.
saaivi raoif socih.
I Mall and Ex-
. 4 JO pm
S Balnbrldga Aeeorn-
1 Mall and Ex
t Batnbrldge Accom 5 js DD
Trains marked thus run dally; another
trains dally except Sunday.
Train No. 1 has a through coach for Lincoln.
Heb., and through sleeper between Springfield
Train No. 3 has through sleeper and chair
an for Peoria, and through sleeper from In
llanapolls to Chleavo.
Train No. 5 has elegant new Woodruff sleeper
(except Saturday) through from Columbus to
3t Paul and Minneapolis; also through coach
from Columbus to Kansas City, and chair cars
letween Columbus and Barllngton. Iowa.
All through trains on main line both east
ind west hare through sleepers and chair cars
between Columbus and Peoria.
C.E.U EN DER.-ON. General Manager.
H. M. BRONSON. Gen. Ticket Agent
D. U. ROACH. General Agent.
WM.IIEFFKRM AN. Ticket Agent.
Pitta, Gin. a St. Louis R. R L. X. Divi
1 Fait Line.
- 2.25 p. m.
M 7:15 a.m.
U Xenia Accom-
S Clo. Mall...
t Western Express.
AllITI rsoH WIST.
10 Xenla Aeeora-
6 Eastern Exnress..
1 Limited Express-
. :15 p. m.
W. V, Pnn. Ohio R. R.
All trains run on Central time 21 initiates
slower than city time.
TRAINS ARglVE VROM TUK KAST.
No. X Cin A St Louis Ex, dally 1:41 a. m
' 1. Accom,dallyexceotSunday..lV:Va.m
" 5. St Louis Ex, daily . 4.17 p. m
TSAISS LriVE GOlva EAST.
No. 4. New York Limited, daily. 10 12 a. m,
2. Accom .dallyexceptSunday 5si7 p. m
" li Atlantic Ex, dally 2r.5a.m
tiiiss aasivE rsoM the west
No. 4. St. Louis Limited, dally. 10:10 a. m
" 2. Accom, dallyexceptunday. 5 (6 p. ra
" li New York Ex . daily.. . 2:15 a. m
TB1I13 LEAVE COIXC WEST.
No. 3. Cln.i St. Louis Ex, dally. 1:17 a. m
I. Accom.. dally except bunday-Iu:via.m.
' 5. bt Louts Ex, dally. - -4:49p.m.
No. 4 has sleepers, but no change of cars ln
either case through to NesrYork. No. 5 has
through sleepers to St Louis All trains ar
rive and depart from I. II. 4 W. depot ln this
matlon. call on J. D. Pm.1r.1t.
Agent. Ti Arcade.
HOiiSOPATHZC VZTZBITAET SPSdTICS
For Horses, Cattle. Sheep,
Dogs, Hogs. Poultry.
SW,UVU. ... 3. ""t.lhru.. ,,.
Caart Kallm. a4 aUa4 St;tle
a. Conceit. on. iDflimm n. .
A.A.--olnl aMenlnsttU. Milk Fetrr? ""
K K. 4'onch. IIpbvc, IhiruinnnLau
Y. K.-'oIlrorrltr. U-llTrh..
(J.O. MUcrt-.tT, llemorrifs-.
11.11. 1 rina ft na iianr uipi
ll.ll.-t rlnnrvand Hldner
I. I. RruptlTeliiaraiaea. Slaace.
j. iv. Lfiaeaaes ot uiseation.
Prlfe.BottlsConrSOdoaM), . . .73
Stahlr Caae.vrtth Maottal. COO pacvswith
chart) 1J bottle Spcincs.botUo( w,tch
Uaul Od and Medicator, a A.OO
gent Free on Receipt of Price.
Humphreys Med. Co, 109 rultcn St, H. Y.
In ns X rara Tha onfr rmmtnl nnTiarlr fur
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Proetrton. frrjm over-wotlt or other ca.aka.
$1 pr tUL or 5 Ttl and Urse tUI powder, for ti.
(Llti.TlBP1W-I . u..l J a
t-JSJ tt trabvuwda, in "vus puatwiuuu lwivi VA
HM aarraa ., J. I.
Th OX1T tOUCT made that can tM rvtnrned t
m i-rvatjr aiier uire wtKa wtMr, ir not ronr.
m rtery reaprct, and R rrk nfiuided by l1W. Mad
In a Tarltrty of itylea and prim. Sold by Orat-el
taira reryvhan. Bwar of wcrthleu Imltatlona
fnuiM tuuaasit ftaa Bail's nam on tha box
on oamt en.. r.hirjM.xo. tt.
aHmaa, il V js it " 7xssssslPai
l "&tfir isWn
"a WVlt rt-i 0aSSfi
1 nnii raiLou.
Rooms 5 6. Mitchell Block.
T A. LEWIS,
B. E. Cor. Main and Market Sts.
saayss or ichixo tiith earns
Hs. LIS, uockjjr, 55 aad 57 Arcade. Print
w f. Engraver and Fashionable Stationer.
Wedding geods and calllnic cards a specialty.
Cisi.ji mm, ncxia ixd iirmsx.
- HOW. Main it.
A. UKOSJM CO, UMDKRTAKKKS.
Residence 1V2 W. High st
w 1 . "awnton street.
Models carefully made and patterns properly
gated In all metals.
JOUNSO.V tt DUR.1E,
txuicaorTBxa.1. sitirrr Asox's soor
. J Wefttolsjuma. street.
General Book Binders and Blank Book Manu
1CHHIST, 1SS SISSLtL JOB V01( DOSS.
17 N. Center t
T J. HICKKT,
Practical Machinist and General Job Shop,
co ana mjl.it aaninzton st
The "OLD HOUSE." Established 1M0.
JOSEPH R. PEEBLES' SONS.
Grocers, Pike's Iialldlac. (.laelnnatt O.
as.. ...MMlac U;m4 aU vktl.c wlat U.I apflfhtlr.
traity & extra dry aaatll, m nilM y Epicna. Caaa.
twt. oM draak. . aT.fci.at. Sir ll kMa, a tlxtaK
Uld,CT.V Cate-r, aad Bkafycf Sa.Ll vrlt. Ar ratbjM
ataawcat. drt7lT. rrk. lijc
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner West High St. and Walnut U-y,
BUrk Bjok Work and Legal RUnts
For Tamily Us.
T 1m---. td,
The (treat dcmud for thl ihoe bt bn a tafl
dDtraaTaUiteontS IfUabllitj tomatefhe tttt
Ilo till better latlttfltnl.Tt hare mad unrh 'tntn ts
meEtathst there ran b no qcritlAntootire aimcf
I mtcg t is b"t t tr In the tml.l
W. I. DOUGLAS S2J)0 SHOE.
f for qenUmejt Ur.t .... th i-ctivm .i rMtirited
etnek aad riaI if not tap--tor, to ths $3 hos
a trtrtlscd by other flnrs- We lnrlte aperaonal
tn(Mctloa and romparlAon Tvefre pnrchalar.
I S3 SUOF; FOIl BOYS. Sam-ttyle at the
i S3 Kbne. larriallr aai atMtantlair ma:e.stTlib
and urveqnalld a a echool iite. If any of the
I aboTe rannot be hat at roar dea.er.aet.cf addrwa
postal to W. U loitlaa. Brockton, Uaa.
Tor Bamt aad rStatltraary
parpasan. Sv ttilkya attnilaaa
Kaaa tra Ilaara as
1m litaa S aUaauaf
to. Otta aad tva B.
P. Bead fur Ulaatrawd dr
sralar aad prtca Hat Iraa.
I ha aapoaltlTa rataed tot tha atmT(tlaaM;br.ta
aaa tfionsaMtla of easa f th worn alav and of (one
iaadutcaaabaeartd. lafr4 aira;-n)Trari
In Ha afflsTasrj, that will aantt TWO BOTTLL3 FREE,
tOaBTaaSarar. Glaaxtrfaaaair O adJraa.
"l"1"' wun a tabLaBlati TRKalll1! IblS flJ
DJLT.aWaOOCCX. IU rtarlat, Totk
PENNYnOYAL WAFEIXS am
Ticssfullxostlinootlilj bj orer 10,000
aUCMa4traV. AiOkXiyV.i4jl.(WlMUnU KUaVUJtw
i per dox dj maiiaor at arajaisxs. Sealed
articular 2 noalAf a alamni Aiiiirnsi
Toe EcaxxA CniTrii. Co, Dxtboxt. ilica.
r 5old by Frank UCoblenu rnd Art.
lii i saf'" saOkPI