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-REPUBUO. MONDAV EVlvNlM.. JULY -'.". 1887.
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Hwsnltsl a lirt clavs nitsl.il at tlits
New Oilcan KlMIwi. t'liaran
l.vJ ali-s.Uitcly lir and for general
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KVEM.Ml ASD WEEKLY:
Tae HrrrttMl' trials the Sew Yerk an We
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O. M. MCIUII.S. TIM'S. (. BROWN,
rilllUIIT. eiO't ABBTBBAS
SPBlHeriELO PUBLISHING G0HF.I.,
Publisher and Proprietor.
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every eiciilug eiccpt Suudsy. aud II dell'
ered at tlie rate ! luc per Meek. Singh
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even Thursday, and Is one of Itie luostcom
plete family newspapers tu the country:
right pages, market complete. Kepieti
with uri aiiil mlscellaiiy. tl per fear,
luvarlauly caih In advauee.
All communication ana contribution!
should be addressed to Ciiero SI INicwoia.
editor, aud all buslucss letter to Thomas tl
b hi H, manager.
Telephone No. SJ.IO.
atOsMY LVUIkC. iULT 2S. IIB7.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET.
OKOKliK 0. KAWLINS.
JOHN C. MlM.aK.
I r. SKKVL-sS.
JAMIX 11 RABBITTS.
JOHN St. STEWART.
J. SI. BENNETT.
persons leaving the city for the summer, or
(orate weeks, or for only a few day. can
bate the Karri no mailed to them, from tlili
otllce. without extra charge. If you are going
Irom place t nlace.just drop us a postal card
and jour addre will be chanced. o that you
may have your home paier every day .
Koraker Is the man of the hour.
. AH roads lead to Toll do. this week.
A round mail always wabbles in a Mjuare
MIs Jo-le Holmes is as trim and chipper
as et er.
The republicans will name the winners at
Toledo till week.
TheUuffalo (N. Y.i Mniiny .tf.miiiy
.Vir apie:irs in quarto ti.nu. and is hand
somer than eter.
Mr. Ilk-hanl Smith is a great journalist.
Stick a pin there -not into Kichard, but in
the statement of fact.
It takes a Rood deal of a Uuv to tind a
tusher. After he tinds it lie is always a
omI deal of a blower.
The Canton IU-iilni iiitiiiiates. indi
nvtly.that the Clei eland platform isaj;il
one for the democrats.
Kx-i;otenior Aler, the best man in
Michigan, is for Blaine, but he doubtless i
an admirer of Sherman.
Ohio is to hate a ilnuble jubilee, next
i-ai, and promises tu hate twice as line an
alUir as Kucland is enjiniiK this year.
Sir. Wells, the father of Wtlstou, Ohio,
is woikiui; up .t tery large and substantial
lusnii Inr his town, as we learn from the
We are laJ b learn that our able and
este-iiied coiiteintiorary, M. KatkotI, ot
Moscow, Kussia, is much betlcr.As a
journalist, he lias more real power in Kus
sia than the czar himself.
Sir. Gladstone, arcoiiling to Sir. 1'anieJI,
is theonlj statesinan who call "settle Irish
altairs." and all others aro pretend
eis. Imitators and tinkejs." Those tarieties
are well repiesenteil In America.
The man who has a reasonable, whole
some, true reeant for lUslne is not the
tuiatl-souled chap who hates Sherman and
slings out slurs almut him. True lepubli
cans honor both and are ready to siippoit
either, heartily, if nominated.
Chauneey SI. l)eiew istodelitera b-c-tuie
ill ChicaRO on the i.'d of Kebreary oil
"Ulie 1'olitical Slisslon of the liiiteil
States." Certain people would lie glad to
bate him work III a phrase or two about the
political mission of Oejiew. llepewisa
trry large presidential posslbilitt.
There are scleral Americans now In
Kuioiie, either of whom might lie nomi
nated for the presidency, next year and
elected. Among these are Jauies (i. ISialne.
.Iietepli li. Ilawley. 'hauncey N. Ilepew
and Senator Krye. It lias been noticed
that since these distinguished gentlemen
bate lieen on the farther side of the Atlan
tic the Hritish lion has kept his tail firmly
gnplsl lietween his teetll.
At l'ortsinouth. Alf SIH'oy testitieil that
he had attempted to stop a .juarrel tetwecn
his son Joseph and I!r. Nortluip, which In d
aris.'ii oter the price of suue guinea hens.
He said that -Northup had threatened to
kill the boys and himself: tliat the doctor
struck at him with a knife, cutting his arm
bidly, and exhibited his wound to the jury.
He said lie then shot Or. Xorthuu three
times. McCoy was greatly excited while
giving his testimony.
Siieaking of the llepublicans and the
I low law, l'owell said in his sieech of ac-1
ceptance at Cleveland Thursday : I
They hate entered this state with spots,
of prohibition as complete as any which'
ever existed m tlitf brain of St. John or Ilr.
Sir. l'owell told the truth, and if all per-,
vms who are really in fator of actual pro
hibition would act and tote with the repub
lican party. Uk-J' would do re to accom- I
plish their purposes than they can do in
fuy other way, i
The ili'Iegate from the riuhtli rmBn-
! -umal iIMrlrt trmii the counties t Clark,
1'ickawai. ClianipaiKu. Madison and IaUgan
I will meet at the Otlice of I.eeA limwii,
riHiiii '. ami 1 Hartford lil.vl. comer ol
Siiinmlt ami Mtlimi streets. Toleiln. at '
iiVlivk l. in.. .Il '7th. t inmate their
re iir-eiitan i in utticers ami on isiuiiiuttces,
i as follows
1. One uce president.
i i. A meinler ot the committee on cre-
".. A menilier of the iiuniiiitlce on iee
4. A member of the committee on rules
"i. A iueinlier of tliccoiniuitteiMiii jieniia
ft. A menilier of the Mate central com
mittee. We quote a follow . fnnn the Cincinnati
('iiiiiiririur S4i:t1l . the programme :
Tliee committees will tie reiirteil to the
convention at 4 o'clock ji. in.. .Inly '.17. mid
will meet for the transaction of liilsines
iroinitly after adjouniinent of temporary
organization at the following place:
Committee on credentials Memorial
rtxim. Memorial building.
Committee on resolution Headquarters
Memorial association. Memorial building.
CoininltUs? on rules and order of business
Annex Sleiuonal room.
Committee on permanent organization- I
Cadets' hcadiiiiartcrs, Slemorlal hall 1
State central committee -At .republican
headuuarters. room 1 .. Iloodv house. ,
nrsiXr.ss oktiik roNVKXTlov.
I he contention will He called to order at
o'clock p. m., .luly'JT. for teiuporar)-J
organization, and at 10 a. in. July 'J, for
permanent organization and transaction of
other business. Candidates will be nom
Judge of Supreme Court,
Judge of Supieme Court to fill vacancy.
Auditor ot State.
Treasurer of State,
.Member Hoard of I'ublic Works.
OHIO Ur'I'rill.lCAV tKAUt'l.
At 10 a. m on Friday. the'.-JH, Inst.. In J
Memorial hall will be hel. the sec,.,,, lam
nuai i-oiiteiiiinii oi me i.iiio irpiii'iii-Aii
league-- the state organization of iiermatient
cliilis. Kvery club aftiliated with the league
Is entitled to lite delegates. The conteii
tion will elect orticers for the ensuing year
a president, four lice presidents, and a
secretary, who shall also act as treasurer,
tin! the delegates from the several ismgres
sioii.il districts will select an executive
committee sine committeeman from each
district represented in the league.
A number of questions relating to the or
ganization and miming of republican clubs
will lie discussed. There will also lie con
sidered a proposition to hold a national club
convention next fall.
Will coal oil or gas from coal b- the fuel I
or the future The Cleveland I'rci has
this to say -and it is unite significant :
As to petroleum, it uiay be said that the
price is now so low and the supply so great
that It can be Used with great economy.
Hut how long will this be true when there I
is a large demand for it for a new ue
Kterybody knows that petroleum 11
"cornered" at the will of one gigantic
monoiMily which can limit supply and in
crease price at will. Within a few days the
Standard sid there can tie, no more
production in tlie Lima oil field for
nine mouths, and there will be no
more. Can our manufacturers afford to
put their heads in this lion's mouth? With
gas made from coal, the case is different
There can be no monopoly on gas coal. In
f acL a general use of coal a gas In place of
the present use of it in the raw, would so
economize It as to hate a tendency to make
it cheaier than now if such a thing were
possible. To coal, then, used in the form
of gas, it now appears that we must lis k
for relief that will te permanent.
Our readers will lie glad to know that the
principal feature of tlie August Century.
which will reach here next Slonday. August
1st, will be the account of Lincoln's
famous Cooper Institute speech, which was
an iiniKirtant though unintentional step in
the direction of his presidency. Hut this
installment will also Include accounts of
Lincoln's Ohio speeches, John Hrown's
raid and Lincoln's view of it, and the
Charleston democratic convention of l'iO
The authors of the life use the letters MS.
to show lint only that they have quoted
from original manuscript authority, but
also that the MS. quoted has not, to their
knowledge, heretofore apiieared in print.
The foot-notes of this, as of other install
ments, are dotted by this SIS. sign, thus
showing at a glance the original character
of the work.
AH friends of Gen. Coinly (and they are
many I will be greatly pained aud grieved
at the information contained in the follow
ing authoritative announcement in the To
ledo I'mmicri'inf, of Sunday :
In answer to numerous Inquiries re
specting tlie condition or Ucneral Coinly
editor of the Comiiicrrinl, it may be said
that a few days since he appeared much ,
better and his immediate friends were
greatly encouraged, though the attending
physician. Dr. Hodman, did not give en
couragement that the progiess of disease
had been stayed. The last few days hate
revealed the painful fact that all apiiear-1
aiiec of improvement were deiusite, and How could I help itr All that surrounded
that his condition was most critical. Last me, the meadow, the trees, the hedge with
evening he was exceedingly low, leaving ' ta hawUiorn, its lilacs and iU wild roses,
little ground for liojie that he would be au hail, as it were, lieeome with time a
able to rally port of myself, bo it seemed to me that
., , , , each flower that fell was n part of myself
1 he following interesting paragraph ap- dropping to the earth, and to avoid tread
pears in Saturday's New York 7'rlni j lug on them I instinctively turned my
(eneral "rbil Sheridan was at the rifth I
avenue hotel yesterday on his way from the
west to the seashore at New Hedford.
where he will join his family aud shot el
sand with a tin scoop for the amusement ot
his I my. The general looked more like a
civilian and less like asoldier on account of
a high white hat which he thinks becomes
his bronzed fare, lie changed it in the af
ternoon tor a jaunty straw hat that turned
him into a sailor. The general was asked
aUiut his presidential boom and said: "1
must reply to you a I did to a reporter out
west I told him Kelly would lie around
siBiii. 'Who is Kelly?" he asked. 'Why,
he's a fool-killer,' said I. You catch on,
do you" WeU, gfKXl-by."
Kelly is needed in Ohio, occasionally.
The KkI'I llt.ir Is indebted to Sir. James
II. Davidson, real estate operator, St 1'aul.
for a copy of "I'lirter's Illutrated History
of St 1'aul," a very tine pamphlet, setting
forth the attractive features of St 1'aul in
giKMl style. St 1'aul is larger than Slinue
aimlis, and Slimieapolis is larger than St.
1'aul. Taken together, as they ought al
ways to lie taken, they couisse the largest
and the most wonderful city in the great
Hy an awkward mistake the word "un
ion" crept into the democratic state plat
form instead of the word "confederate," n
the plank referring to iensions. Akn n
You may read "confederate"' lietween
the lines. It was in the minds of the plat-foriu-inakers,
but they did not think it wise
to put it lu print They hail no more lote
for the union veterans than (Inner Clete
The Kids of Springfield, who are in com
mercial or manufacturing lines, should ap
pear in full force, in the lower county
court room next week, on Tuesday
evening, August 2. That wid be the ix-ca-sion
when 2U0 to sou men, by writing their
names after the constitution and paying i
S10 a piece, can make tlie board of trade a , lenly. My other nature, tlie bad one. was
howling "success." I fully aroused, and, on .'ucount of a few
' flowers, I was getting us mad as a hornet
What is Sim Donavin to have under the ! "Suzanne," said I, shortly after, but it
l'owell administration? He can take his '"'"-' which, I must unifies, might Iiav
choice when l'owell gets then-can be j sounded souiutt hat imiierlous, "stop that,
state librarian, railroad commissioner, or i please "
supervisor of public printing. Yes when Wit1' " surprised start she half turned
l'owell gets there' -Ohio 'fiifc Jmmml. i,eT "' '"'I usked.
Simeon will be sure to hate all there is ' "! ',' wlmt is ,he mat,er ,,ith ou
under and "of" l'owell'. administration "-vk.m me nothing -nothing." stain-
namely, wind. ' mereil 1 uluished but mI the ssmr ii.-.
MY LITTLE WIFE.
My little wife' my little wife' '
llin tirsl I naw-lirr fs.
1 Wtlnsl lite liunstrel s Ail MCle llllll
T.. tell Us srts gnu-e
lltf.l IAUCV l.'ti.-tltl tlw sMel-t I.ttrp
Ut Iaiiv tinsels, slrilllf.
Ill, w !) .'ul.l twine u lav fur tier,
iKie lliirm tsilll.l not lie snug!
Ml llltle wife" lilt little wife'
I gi iuUi bereies,
And t WAttli t Ik- Lite llEht then
What teinler ineriiuries rise
Ah. some re lAd. tut uuwd aiv sa1
I'oroft fr.nn div to tay.
(inef tu.l his crul thorns amid
Tlie ruses b I be WAV
Slv tltlleulfe' III lllllewtfe!
t know site's growing oKl
Hill what CAie I if silver gliAlus
Hate lt.sj lirr Its-kxir g4d?
ltfr U'Ailt foils the liatldor Hole
Aud stiins tlspite tils art,
Tlie tine iIiaI wreathes my flreside,
Tlie Mikssom of my Leartt
A XAKHOW ESCAPE.
The iniitirt.'iiit day selected for mv wed
ding was slow It drawing near. Hut fif
teen il remained, and already the news
uiersof the iirighlNirhiSHl liatl iiunotinceil
to the world, in their blunt rhetoric, that
the ovits of anus of Mile. Suzanne de
stahl and M linger de C.ipl.-in were alwut
.,, ), t,u.ndeil, when an untoward aciideut
bel at lananre.
jime ,ie s,ta, ali WT daughter hail
breakfasle.1 at the chateau. While wait
inj. for ,u. ij,.,,, t Ille ,lav IO l(Aierate
little. Mine de StaM anil tiiv KramlinotUi
hud seated theiuseltes in a corner of the
draw iug room and ttete couveriti In a
linger, " said Suzanne cayly, "now Is
the time to redeem tin- promise. Take
jiie to the Hermitage us yon said you
I hail giten this ni me to a small, iso
lated .summer house, t kind of thatched
sheil, which I had bull for my own use in
a grote liehind the chateau. It was my
favorite retreat, on accom, l of its rustic
" M , k ( , ', . u fc, , rf
Jf wU ,'. - un fowK
apicaratiee anil solitude, the silence of the
IH'.U'lK'ks and gui
We stole off noiselessly, and taking a
short cut went out through a hidden gate
opening Into the fields Tor a time we
tripped merrily along under an arbor of
chestnut trees mihI climbing vine.
She hail slightly raised her ruling habit,
holdiin; up the train with her left hand.
I pushed a hurdle, urn! we started along
the outskirts of n vast meadow, down a
narrow, worn iiatli. fringed with a hedge,
wheie, in the spring time, myrtles, lilacs
and wild roses fluttered pell mell amid the
hawthorn bushes. Here, everything, un
trimmed and untrained, grew up in a
natural disorder that delighted me.
I remember that, from the moment Mm
-It-PP into the lifle wth. and set out
imuugu me wiuo iiieaouw, wuere ail ino
fragrance of spring seenusl to float up
through the clear air beneath the blue,
cloudless Mcy, it seemed tome that nature
hail liedccked herself with her brightest
jewels to receive lay llancee, and, uncou
hciously, I repeated, to myself the words of
Down Uie narrow path tripped my sweet.
Flowers springing up tienrath tier feet.
She ran ahead of me, merrily, joyfully,
now and then uttering delightful little
screams, as a startled bird flitted out of
tlie bushes, or a too hasty bee inadvert
ently grazed her baud or cheek. I let her
talk on, seldom interrupting her, too
busily engaged in watching her graceful
movements. Yes, I will acknowledge
that I loved her without reserve. I felt
proud in introducing her to this little nook
that I hail created for myself alone, where
no foot but mine had left its print, where
some one of my thoughts Mil! rested on
each blade of grass and shrub leaf.
A warm breeze, redolent of the fra
(rrance of the fields, made the hawthorn
twigs tremble, the white flowers shimmer
ing like iiale flames. A world of buzzing
Insects was humming, chirruping, playing
and flying at suit us, while, overhead, the
great sun shone in nil his majesty. My
dog Toby shared in tlie common joy, and
gamboled across the meadow or rolled in
the sweet scented grass. In my rapture
I was ready to wear that everything
arouud lived, moved, shone or bloomed
for us alone. I loved this earth, radiant
and beautiful as a lietrnthni maiden, and
from the depths of my soul I blessed that
sisterly affection of Dame Nature dis
played in the brightness of the day, the
fragrance of the flowers and the songs of
All the while my own true love, my
beautiful amazon, blithely tripped along
ahead of me, and, a she confided to me
all her dreams aud hopes of happiness
soon to be realized, she gayly swung her
riding whip about her. While sporting
in this way she would now and then in
advertently touch the frail stems of haw
thorn, and the detached flowers, fluttering
like silvery butterflies, would fall to the
A fancy for this amusement seemed to
grow upon her, and the flowers, adroitly
switched off, continued to drop right and
left, while the bushes, denuded, of their
ornaments, appeared to me to be reproach
fully holding up to my gaze their muti-
lated stems, like so many bruised lingers.
"lioger, saiu. sue, lauguingiy, looa,
it is snowing."
In fact, the white flakes fell faster and
strewed the path.
I made no reply, it ithout being able
to account for it 1 felt somewhat annoyed.
Yet, I remember it well, she was at that
very moment speaking of the jioor who
are oppressed, of the lowly who are dis
dained, of the pleasure she deri veil from
going to their aid, aud as she spoke she
would raise her arm, switch her whip
around ami tufts of lilacs would bend
down aud hang drooping like lifeless locks
Against my will I liecame sad. I felt
like checking her arm.
"After all," reflected I, "she does not
think of what she is doing."
"Suzanne," said I to her, "what are
"Who, I," she replied gayly; "why,
don't you see. I am amusing myself."
And the cruel riding whip, wielded by a
skillful hand, switthed right and left, up
and down, while rose leaves were scat
tered, lil.ic at.'ils stripKsl off mid daisies
decapituteil. With a sweet smile on her
lips Mie, the young girl, was extirpatiug
"Yet," I said to myself, "they have
done her no harm. None of them, I am
sure, have got in her way; not one baa
pricked her fingers, or eTen grazed her
iress. Why then should she chastis
Jiem And still, what can I say
0 her now' She does nut understand."
So great was my fear of appearing
ridiculous that I hardly dared say uny
liiug. "Suzanne." at length risked I, in n
one which I tried to render jiise, ''you
In net reflect. They suiter "
"They who?'" queried she, half turning
"They," murmured I. timidly. I dared
aot say "the flowers." but with my finger
I JHiiiiteil to the hedge.
She burst out laughing.
"Keally, linger," exclaimed she, "you
must have lost tour senses! Flowers suf
fer! Oh, my! but you are childish"'
And mkiug fun at me, she united on,
still switching ntmtit heedlessly.
I What was going on within me" Was it
I on account of tlie (lowers, or was it my
Self i-tcem? lo tins day 1 am ignorant of
the cause that stirred me to linger so su,l
piqued oy tne nungnty manner in wtnen
she had put the question "Hut no it is
not right I don't "want you todo It."
"Hut if it pleases me ' demamied she,
facing alioul abruptly and. with u slight,
disdainful movement of her hand, a flower
at my left fell to the ground nipped off
by tlie pliant whip l.isl,
"Well." said I. losing wlmt little- pati
ence I hud lett. "I will not allow it"
And I made a movement to arrest her
Then, all this is In earnest." said she,
stepping liack to atnid m grasp, aud eye
ing me from head tn font in u defiant man
ner. Yes,'" cried I. "I am thoroughly In
earnest;" but it w.i quiet wrong of me to
add. "you hate no feeling at all"
She Iss'iime slightlt pule, and. without
a word of reply, she passed hastily
by me. lilting a short, downward switch
with her whip, in the air this time, as if
cutting through mi niti-ible o.i-tacle, she
strode back to the ihateuu
Mt first impulse w s to fol'ow so as to
try to appease her. but I coiiM nut muster
up the courage to do so. Hesiile I wu
still under the influent e tif my ftsilish
anger, not enough so, limit-ver, to make
me unconscious of the gravity of the
offense conveyed by my last words
She ret rat eil her steps along the path
we had lieeu following. I did not take
my eyes oft her, but she net crouie turned
her head. When she entered the avenue
of chestnut trees I l,t sight of her al
together. Sly anger soon cliiig down, I began
more fully to understand the nature of the
quarrel tliat had takeu plate I could
only sum it up iu these two words:
Itetiirn to the houe! Why should I?
What could I satr Justify myself? To
what purKise The etil was lieyond
remedy. Sue for forgiveness? Neverl
besides, to do so I would hate needed
more courage than I possessed. Waiting
seemed to me the best, though not the
most commendable plan.
In order to think oter the matter
calmly, and to let etenl take their own
course. I iassetl through the thicket and
walked on fur a while lit random. I soou
reached the outskirts ot a small grove
about ".til) metre from the main avenue of
the chateau Not wishing lo get in yet. I
threw myself on th grass, and with my
I eye flxed on the house I waited. "loby
streUhed himself afmy fii?t
i A little later two hor-es were led into
the yard. Sfme. de z'iahl and her daugh
ter came down the step alone, mounted
their horse and started off at a gallop.
Aroused by the slightest noise, Toby
sprang off at full speed toward them,
1 barking as loud a be could
In passing by the grove the young girl
accidentally cast her eye ill my direction.
1 Did she see" me IVrlmps she did, for she
' raised her riding whip and brought it down
whack on the neck of her charger. The
surprised animal reared up on her hind
legs. To subdue him she lie'.alsireil hlni
with blows which, I xerily U'liete, were
not falling on the shoulders she would
have liked them to. With ceaseless yelp
ings Toby escorted the enemy to the en
trance of the atenue; then lwunding hack
as fast a his leg could carry him he took
his place at my feet, growling still, but in
a tone which seemed to mean. "I have
done my duty, haven't I Now, let us
live in peace."
As the sun began bending hi course
toward the hills I decided on returning
For awhile 1 wandered around the house
and then set out In search of news. Alwve
all thing to lie feared was the reception
my grandmother would give me. At last
I spied my old got erness, who hail looked
for me in every corner of the premises. I
asked her what she had heard.
She told me that Mile, de Stahl had re
turned In a fury, giving orders to have
the horse saddled Immediately. On enter
ing the parlor she related a long story of
a hedge, a riding whip and flowers, of
which it was impossible to understand
anything except that I hud so far for
gotten myself as to insult my betrothed.
Slme. de Stahl had fully approved her
daughter's conduct As to my grand
mother, she simply contented her-clf with
uttering, from time to time, ejaculations
of surprise, insisting that it was an al
surd quarrel; that, most assuredly, I
must have lieeu bereft of my senses. All
this, however, did not prevent her from
energetically undertaking my defense,
when, on finishing her recital, Mile, de
Stahl applied to me rather uncomplimen
I was not more than half reassured
when I entered the house, Wlshiug above
all things to explain matters to grand
mother, I went Immediately to the draw
ing loom. Not finding her present, I de
scended to the garden, but no one had
seen her, 1 was then informed that, after
the departure of her ttvo friends, she had
retired to her bedchamber. Sending to
ask her to receive me, word came back
that she was not feeling well and desired
to be left to herself.
I, also, went to my room, and nt din
ner time found some cock and bnll story
as an excuse for not going down. Two or
three annoying thoughts haunted me. I
was bewildered by the contemplation of
what would lie the effects of my foolish
anger; all our plans upset, grandmother
broken hearted, my prospects of future
bliss '"ist away, and all on account of an
lisi v of temper.
; on. Well aware that all
tntle. -ep would prove futile, I
leaueu i elbow at the window, and
gave myseii ul. to meditation.
Still, instead of heightening my fancies
or exasperating my feelings, as is gener
ally the case, night on the contrary seemed
to allay them. It was as if nature, whom
I had endeavored to defend, was now try
ing to mitigate my cares. I perceived
from afar, in the starlight, the siut which
had wltnessnl my hastiness, and theslght
afforded such pleasing sensations to my
mind that even the shadow of regret was
Soon effaced therefrom. I repeated to my
self the wonls of which I had mad use,
and finally came to the conclusion that I
hail no fault to accuse myself of
I reflected on the freedom I had re
gained, my old time life which would re
sume It quiet course in those -acefu!
spots I loved so well, aud 1 fancied that
everything, far and wide, the meadow
aud the woods, with their millions of
voices chanting iu the glunui, the trees
and the flutter, alive with a sense of
gratitude, were all saying tome, "He re
assured, thou hast done well."
"Then, so be it," said I to myelf. closing
the casement, "(lod's will lie done."
And I threw myself upon my couch.
The next morning my grandmother
greeted me as usual. Still there was no
misunderstanding her first glance. She
was studying my face to see if yesterday's
folly had left any traces there. No ex
planation being asked for, none was
giveu. One thing struck me, however,
aud that was the absence from the draw
ing room table of the large liouquet of
wild flowers which my grandmother so
delighted to gather, and which always
stood there us an ornament Was It an
accident, or did the kind old lady wish to
remove from my sight everything that
might evoke a painful remembrance
Anyhow, day after day flew by, and the
name of Suzanne de Stahl was never
mentioned iu the chateau. Hesides, Time,
the great healer, brought the needed
Kight months later Mile, tie Stahl lie
came the wife of the Count I'., one of our
most renowned sportsmen, and took up
her residence in l'aris. About the same
time, wishing to devote myself thence
forth to artistic pursuits, I quit the coun
try with grandmother, and we established
ourselves in her mansion, Hue tie Lille.
Today my punishment, and, Iit-liete me,
it is no light one, for it ha now lasted
more than three years, is to be compelled
to meet my former fiancee at every turn.
The ebb and flow of the tide of l'arisian
life are continually bringing u togethir.
At the Hois, lit the plav or at receptions.
if I do not happen to meet her, I hear
nothing around mc but words of praise,
lauding the matchless wit iiud elegance of
the lieautiful Countess 1'er hohll I
came near divulging her name! And each
time we meet, when I find myself in the
presence of those proud eyes, bright as
diamonds, but at the same time just hi
cold, when I look nt those lips so disdain
fully curved, when I hear that haughty,
domineering voice, when I reflect on her
cruel, cutting wit, then do I say to uiy
stdf: "Most assuredly I did right." But
shortly after her glances seem so bewiUh
luir. her Mute . fervid her exuulsitely
molded torm so iertcet, tier carriage so
graceful, that Iu the pre-ence of this rare
treasure lost forever by a mere whim, I
(annul Im-li th.it other volte withiu uie
whit h. will, iictetsot remorse, or at least
of legiei sighs fnnn the depths of my
heart ".Most ti-surtsllt I did wrong."
Ami you, kind render, what think von'
1'. S. Just as these lines are going to
press I II nil the following paragraph in a
daily paier, whlih makes a specialty of
publishing items of this kind
"There was quite n scandal yesterday In
a grand drawing room of the Sloucetiu
quarter After a few remark, alsmt a
subjeit that we will tint mention, ad
dressed to her by Count I' , the lieautiful.
but rather irascible countess, whose hot
temper, until now, was only known by a
few intimate friends, threw her fan into
her husband's fate, and, the same eveu
iug, she left the maii-Iou."
Kor the past two hour I have lieen
walking up and down the boulevard.
The weatherl gloomy ami rainy, but how
pleasant life Is' I feel us if my bosom, no
longer able to contain my joy, were about
to burst. I can't restrain my feelings,
and hate an insane desire to embrace
everybody. I have ju-t met my old friend,
Sfaurire d'Krniniit, a happy hiisbaud, he.
1 question him cleverly He ha out yet
heard the new. Well, it is liest
he should learn it from some tine else.
We hate lieeu wandering about, arm iu
aim, for quite awhile The good fellow
tine not understand my gayety, my
p(eased, laughing countenance, aud fur
tne third time he a-k me 111 u puzzled
"Old friend, what makes you rub your
hand together In that via'" Translated
from the Trenih for Times Democrat.
Our National "Thick Karilnr."
James I'ayn, in recent Knglish notes lu
The Independent, says: "It seem to lie
the fact that what people in general de
light in nhoie nil thing i noise the
organ, of oiitrsc, if iiossjhle, but if not the
uurdy gurtly, or even thetong ami liones.
If thl were not the case it is impossible
that the nuisance of belt ringing should so
long hate been tolerated letters from
the relative of sick person are just now
flooding the jiaper: Sty mother ha brain
feter, ind the jangling liell tlrite her
frantic ' 'Sly siter, now on her death
lied, call only sleep In the early morning,
and then the church bell begin.' The
existence of these letter i one of the
many proofs of how much less the Knglish
like noise than we do." If Sir. Payn
khotild stay here aw bile he would conclude
that England I an asylum of silence. One
of the strongest impression made on an
American returning to his native land
from foreigu clime is that It Is a pande
monium unmatched on tlie globe; that i,
thl is his impression if he does not. hap
pen to share in the national "thick eard
ness," if you'll permit the coining of a
needed term, and I so rendered oblit ious
of noise. New York Graphic.
THE LIMEKILN CLUB.
I.la-lit Tlirown Oar
Col. Stratagrin ZollkMlTer, chairman of the
committee on fotefgn relations, submitted bia
quarteily leiMut, from wbich waa secured the
followiiig poipt of general interest:
"We are all ngbt witb France, on tolerable
good tortus wb Germanyiitl desire 110 quar.
rl witli Ellwand. The annexation of Canada
mar come in time, but don't bet 011 it. Since
it became generally known tbat one ironclad
could capture our whole Atlantic coast line at
her pleasure this country baa been mighty
ciil to all power having ironclads, and will
probably continue tbat way. Civility is
cheaper than war."
The committee on applications reported un
favorably on the candidates named:
Judge Exchange Jobunoti, of Canton, O.,
for having been sent to jail for stealing two
sheep. He sought to explain that be thought
the two sheep were simply one pig, but the
wool wouldn't wa&h.
Elder Huckleberry Banks, of Toronto, On
tario, for falsa pretenses, he having a wooden
leg and being deaf in the right ear. Iu hunt
ing up the elder's record it was also discov.
end that he had twenty -one bird shot in the
calf of the other leg, and be refused to ax
plain how they got there.
Professor A iitutiony Jackson, of Grenada,
Mi., for several suspicious incidents con
nected with his rareer during the past year.
On of these incidents was being found in the
post offlce at night, where be claimed to have
called to inquire for a letter. Another was
In having two raxor backed hogs panned up
under his cabin, and when the owner of the
animals rams around the professor claimed
that he took them for crows.
There being no further routine business of
a perishable nature oa the table, Brother
"In gwine to our homes let us remember
datdem&n who walks in the middle of the
road can't lie slugged with a sand bag from
de alley. While we part as freus, au' while
each member should carry home a fraternal
feelin'. de pusson who walks off wid my hat
will be made to wish be had nebber bin bo'ul
We will uow abduct." Detroit Fesa frees.
Alexander 111 Takes a Trip.
Tbe czar started out on a pleasure excursion.
To travel a few mitew by rail,
Witb stockings of iron tbat be bad to pry on, and
a steel undershirt tbat wouldn't snow dirt,
and a riveted ulster of malL
"I need for this tnp stout clothes tbat won't rip,"
bald the cxar, Iki tbey catch ou a ualL"
And he took for his friends on this pleasure ex
cursion An army of soldiers so rough.
With gun and with cannon, with flag and with
pennon, with carload of shot, and a mon
strous blic lot of muskets and lilies and stiUX.
Says he' "Twill be tame It we And any game
And dout have ammunition enough."
3o be started forth on his pleasura excursion.
This jolly and fun loving czar;
And they halted, 'tis reckoned, on every third
second, hit tbe wheel with a whack, and
examined the track, aud tore up the floor ot
"rVbat a Jolly saeet life," said tbe czar to his
'This pleasure excursiou, hat ha'."
-8. W. Faas.
U Fairer Thau Uie Fairmt Lilly,
1 .Minnie my charming girl,
Kor one eve in the arbor I wlibpered,
Ue Cliainplin's Liquid Pearl.
J. M. White, earner of the Philadelphia
7'iiiKJt PublWhiin; Company, is under ar
ret uu the charge of embezzlement of be
tween $50.000 ami ioO.OUO of the couipaii)'
TXV V4VVT1VV Acker's Baby
Soother at Land. It is the only safe
medicine jet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It coutaius tu Opium
or MorpMnt, but gives the child natural
caw rw fain. Price 25 centa. Sold by
Frank II. Coblentz, comer Market and
Justin McCarthy has inaile a revclatiim
reganling Ixjnl Uaiululpli Churchill, at one
time trying Ui make a bargain with the na
tionalist tu return liiiu to parliament,
fur an Irish district, a a railit'al home
frasu Haby was sick, wa gave her Castorla.
WUu she wa a Child, she cned for Castorla,
When sL oscaue atiss, she clung w Castoria,
sTasu she had Cbildraa, aha gave thau Castoria,
Kostiiria, O., ha struck another big gas
well with au estimated capacity of from
fifteen tu twenty million cubic feet per day.
1 SlIll.OH'S VITAUZKi: is what yurt
I neeil fur cunsuiuiitiuu. Loss uf Appetite'
Dizziness, and all symptoms uf Dyspepsia
1 Trice 10 and 75 cents per buttle. Kor sale
I by F. A. Garwood.
The commons decided to drop the rase of
Dr. Tanner for using bad language toward
a fellow member.
i Whether from swauipytand or stagnant
pool, or from the deadly gasses f city
' sewers, malarial poisons are the same.
Ayera Ague Cure, takeu according to ui-ri-i'tinns.ls
a warranted specific fur malarial i
ANOTHER SUDDEN DEATH.
Hardly u week posse without the men
tion hv tiie newspaper of suddi n deaths,
and of Ijte the alarming Ireqiieiicv ol I lie
3tateJin-nltli.il death was taiiseil Lv rheu
matism or neuralgia nt the heart .annul
fail to have lieen limited Iu all prnlu
biliiy in my deaths .iltril ulisl tu heart dis
ease are rati-ed by these terrible diseu-es,
which are tar more dangerous than is gen
erally tsiusidereil. U there any positive
cure? The liest answer to sinh j question
is given hv those who Ln Urn lurrd bf
the use of Aluliihorn.
K. A t'urry. son of .Mrs. J" II. Currv, of
New I'arii, Ohio, says. "My mother, previ-
oustoher u-eof Aililnpliuro had Is-eii al- )
iniKt a constant kiitrcrerfroin inflammatory ,
rheumatism ol the most acute form. At the i
time she commenced w ith this medicine she
was in a most helplesscoiidilion; her sutler- I
iug could well be termed torture; she was i
confined toiler Us I formally weeks.notliiug
we hail done gave her any relief. My father
was almost discouraged and disheartened i
fearing there never would be any relief for
her Not knowing what todo nest became
to town, going to Sir. Kirhev's drug store,
hesaid lie must have something that would
at least give her relief. Sir. Kichey spoke of
AthlophoriM and told my father to go ami '
see Josiah White about his use iff it. Sir. ,
White spoke highly of the medicine and
advised my father to get a Isittle and try it,
which he did. Auer taking a lew ilnsca
mother !egati to get relief, after she had
used two Imtties she was iipand around and
in a weeks time she cametlown town. How
long had she been afllicted with this rheil
niatiam? For sixteen year, of course it
would lie lietter and worse at d liferent times.
How much iliil she ne in all? was aked.
I think aliout three bottles."
Every ilruggUtshoalw keea Atlilophoro
and Athluphorus Pills, but where they can
uot be bought of the druggist the Athlo- j
phoros Co.! 112 Wall St., New York, will
send either (carriage paid) on reicipt ol" '
regular price, which is $1.00 per bottle
for Athlophiiros and J0e for I'ills. j
For liver and LMne di-s'itses. dpprpKlrt, In
dlgestioa, weakuesk, ueriutis I,tillit. ulNeaseit '
of women, ciinstlpatliHi, heatUtlie impure .
bluod. Ac Athlopbonw litis are uuetiualnl 4
Feiieral oftttt lioMr txk siu-h an ju'the
and otTeiHKe part iu tlie -ieniiwrrttV pnm.v
rieet In lUltimort as to tlciuaml Kir attrn
tion of tht government.
todeDemlupon. Acker's Blood El-
txir baa been prescribed for years fur all im-
"nTpJuaUe.S'oAaeuinatiaia, lias no equal.
Coblentz, corner Market and
W. L. DOUGLAS
Th only S3 SKA.MLKSS
Mhsb la th worll.
rinsial sPsaff rfs-t fit. ftivl
wrrDttL 'unjrrrss Itutton ?
unl l.ace, 11 ityU-s lo-. Aft ,y ,W
ttwM ccHttnr ' or &,
the J MHtrtt It:r-
HvO by utlitr
itwsl m bsMaasmasT .
IUTi all wrar the W. L. DorOLAS '? SHOE.
If Tour d-fcl-r- wit kltli?iu.ir3.1 jiurnamou
posUl U W. 1- IKiL'tiLAS. BrocktoD, MM.
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
No. V Kast Main Street, Springfield, U.
Batchelor's Celebrated Hair Dye.
KTlBUslIKO I Ml.
Beat ia tfc wot L
flvnlcMl RehblI Itv
point ro3l, n rsltcMoi
tltllw , rrtisrJirt lha ill trf
frrt ef tsaul (It !
th haEr aufi and butifn.
Klack w Brown. Ki
Cftd In r-J4 CDVsys
tj,oa stpplk (Vikm, mm
tUtalnf thia pat(er tA4
BiUida'i Wrj rtcitrs
fine VITAUTY U fsllnur. Brain DHIIM'IIku
EXMAlTtnorrV)rrruTjllTL'lI.LV H AST.
Kt tuav Sn4 m rfr. t aii.1 irlkll, run In ttM
FRENCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES
JhlW(4Ml bj sail rilublTi""iw'UitUd trilticrpMjJw ajJ
hi i irullj lutnOucs-J tM-rv. 1.11 -k-alitjr luni jk
tZr&lM prvwpUj eta- kri. rKK4TlfK irtrlaat
Emt 4ua msiscJ riulrai-tiHiLs tc. rKLIC 0nulU
illiirfLVMwr hi niall)vUl.l rutUaa-tU durtoni YUKY.
C:"UL AGENCY. No. 1 74 Fulton Stmt. Now Tor
Th Or.Ktnnl aod Only 0nula.
ia4utaMtat,t w Ladies. -" i-tt w
Ml'kWliBMytatrBla"U4Uk MtHbarr.tar UhkHeM.
IMsUBpal Is W tusT 4fUCkttsUt ta UflsW bf tvlr bbj1ss.
tbM kj UranrlaU ,.0li- " MCkkka
PERFUME by MAIL
A Full Bottle of the Celebrated
nad ilm,t nrViri. af TROSTETJ C H HQ VATIC
CAJLOS, will be i.nt by.Vul if yoi will seal us
roar address nodtliirtrC3vcBtia stamps,
FLEMING BROS..Plttsburgh, Pa.
Kf KJ k Mrlus fiurri.
4 latins Ps.-ioni Kestwed
f.'l Atrtt jlrttcliant tttl. tUrt. alt.
lNPALLISLB iluken .1 directed. A tttt aju
firttJjy's !. TrMtis sad la trul bonle fleets
Fit Lanean.tliey DJrinir eitiressctianresoaboi he
llnmtil. Send ame. t I). nd ciivess sddreu ol
I aflictM to IK KLINfc a,i Arch ScHnladelnhia Pa.
lxtt. BhU'AXS Ot- IMlTATI.fQ FKALOi.
Statc MoNaor St . Cmcao,
lit bbjiJ. Ir, Utfcr . Urfwj j.
UUMpt rf aBaVsui laatrsaBtsaiU,
UnUawaaa ftavj LuutptsswaU. ta
ma lUaatraOatM dTiUk -,
via. La I)-.! t baada - tniiii
Ctarjav, .Ttcltssiins! Rrruuifr Maisr
.UtaUw fWada, riefiisH tad Srsalsm,
Thum Malar! Tawttra. Hw-Lasn. aaJ m
vstauuaa aMvauaM lur
-DcMCbsxi La oi OaA4 Jkltia,.
Th WaahboAitls are mde with
Bent-lTood rim. Tbe fctnjog
at bojanltt nd test wuticn in the
wurU. For sale by fall dtiler.
SAUIaVAT MFG CO..
CIVIU.MKCHAMCAL.anil MI.MMi K.V
(UNKEKIMl ill the Kensselwer l'.ilv.
teehnic Institute, Truj, X. Y. The oldest
engineering school tn America. Next term
begins September llth. The Keglster for 1S87
contains a list of the graduates for the past K!
years, with their positions; also course of
study, requirements, expenses, etc. Candi
dates from a distance, or those living in dis
tant states, by special examinations at their
homes, or at such schools as they may be at
tending, may determine the question of ad
mission without visiting Troy For Keglster
aud fullluforiuatloii. address
U.v.iiM ituciM, Director.
fff ALL HKAKTt f A
rj beautifdl' WOMAN. 2
j ,Jti'f1t" w,,,u- jL w
I iyl Mil aartuiLfitt CtsAinilin a irM
M Ml 4f-shrr,atlslfl''att If HF
k UsJ 4 IwtlU V'isasW. ssstW
n s aBF aaaai ausawa
A bstVbV .r-
m vio- m
iaHS' fKasaM as, anal
IN EVERY SECTION.
Nrw H-.iiiph.r.. Mr UJ PRIRT. ur
biu. IS lIuTiipisbire.Miui 31ictsii with K tu
matittui for ticar'y twfjitj yftirt He Uitnl st
Jm ' Oil -tti icrrmt fJUUrTvT of Jtain -ftlH
sai fompletflj cure.
MftrhuMtt.u-Mr. J. D.KIMISLEV.
reUry Holy Crosa College Gyminwluni, r
itiT, Msutchu-tts. writes: Kvery inrmUr
of out Club pk of M. Jacobs Oil A tLc Ut
rr they hute evrr iia-..."
Nrw York.-Hon THOMAS UJAMISMatr
I'lMnuWer Itetirritl uf the Uu lt-d Uls, y
" I tiiucur lu euilonln; M. JicotKt OIL '
nnylTnla.-Mr. K. W. HPAN'GI.EK,
I u Wisher York, Feutisjlsmnl. fciitV, tut-
thttt iu a vere attack of Neuralgia, by salu
ratm a Anv uf fiauuel with SL Jacut Ot'
the great iMttucure -and rubbing the part af
fe tcl once uuly, be waa permanently cared
Oltlu.-IIoa. THOMAS L. YOUN'O. xt
emur of Ohio, states that netuflered fur yean
u ith Khvuiuatlftiu, and waa cured by M. Jacobs
Kmtaf ky.-Mr. K. S. WITIIKRS. of Kalr
U 11 Mwt Urm, lxlnjtot, Keulucky.wrtte-.
On ni) self, my men, and my bonea, I ueM
Jaculxt Oil for acaca and paiua. It curea."
ln.Uaum.-Hon. DANIEL W. YOORJIKKS
I tt-iiatur from Indiana, aayn "St. Javu
Oil gave me lust&uuuieou relief. A reiuark
1 :atun, iv,
luwa. null U. vi. UAliii 1, riaie ig
Waterloo, luwa, aaya: I comider M
Oil the. greatest remedy ef er tued."
Maryland. Hon. M.W.OFFUTT.PUte Pen
ttor, Towauu. Maryland, writea; "I had a a
verrly sprained Knee and Inflammatory Kheu
imrtttiu fur mx week. I tried at. Jamba Oil,
.ind it nut only gave immediate relief tu tlie
-pmln, but It cured me of avery ty mptotu of
Virginia Mrjl.B SHAWVER, Cove Creek.
Tazewell t'o .VirjflnU.wntrH I w at for aluo
tint.-a great tniterer with Hack ache trouble
Himlly I tried t JaroM Oil the reat pu
rvlivter externally, aud It cured me."
California. A leading member of tha
Olympic Club, San Francfao, 'alifurnia, the
best equipped athletic flub in America, Kaid to
a reiiurterof TA.vinniu-Mf.vrai. fct Jacobs
Oil U the itirest paln-detru)er. X would bet
oil It against the world.
I'tMd by DniegUta and Dealers everywhere.
Price fifty cent.
THE CHAILES A. VKELE1 CO., UNiat. Mi.
, POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.
( Directly 011 tlie main line of the
. j. rjrji nuin n Q
I Ntn lUlHl, ILllll. OL UllIU II. II.
l.. Y.. L. K. 4 W. K. K. Co., Lesseej.
1 Mid way Uetweea t'lncinnatl and New
Turk- HIramt NaTagaMe Hod;
I or Water oa the Continent.
1 l.Sll.'. feet above tlie Ocean and 723 feel
above Lake Krie, ditant seven miles.
Tiir niuiTf c Pimr un i. cnniT ic
iiil ULimniL 111 iuul nnu iniiuuuaunu.
' The lake Is twenty miles lonn and from one
1 to three miles wide, laxewooa. riuvanua.
ilrlfflth's l'olnt. Bemus 1'olnt. Bay View.
Kaveuswood. Martha's Vineyard. Chautauqua
Point Chautauqua. Loat Point. Maple Spnnits
I and Wnutfln are amonie the dtlfcrent resorts
on the Lake, patronized by the summer visit
ors. There are food hotels atetery point.
I 1 he Fatuous (Jhaatauqua Awmblj
. llasit headquarters at Chautauqua Lake, and
convenes In July and Aumist ol every year
One of the most popular resorts on tbe lake Is
Here all pasienifer trains of tbe New York,
Pennsylvania and Ohio Kail road stop during
the season. It tieine tbe Chautauqua Lake Sta
tion, and the distributing point tor tbe entire
lake. There are two noieis at i-axewoiHi. noin
' ot Immense sue and capable of aceomroodat
1 lux five hundred guests each. Numerous
I steamers are constantly plying the Lake.
. transtMirtim: visitors to all points. Those In
. search of a pleasant resort to spend the sum
1 mer months cannot nnd a more convenient or
delightful place than Lake Chautauqua.-'
Via New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Kail
road, are on sale at all local stations and at
station of connecting lines frum June 1st,
good for return until October 31st.
J. K. SHALKK.llen.Sopt.. Cleveland. 0.
L. P. FXK.MKK lien. Pass. Act.. New York
A. K CL.UlK.Asst.iien. Pass. Agt.. Cleve
DAILY. PIILT. PsILT.
Central time. No. 4. No. a. No. li.
!mtn.9lnwertban Morn'g Cv'ug Atlantic
Cincinnati time. Llm'ed Llm'ed Ki press.
Lv Stirlngnrld. - .. lu Mm 1" 'Jipm IE lupm
Ar lounustown . scua 4 Uipni
" Meadvllle S Jjjj h 40pm
" Corry -Mam ?
" Lakewood .Viam 7 4opm
" Jamestown ii'iam 7 .'.ipm
" Buffalo . IU 4i)pm
" lanianca HI tA;ini i 4npm
" New York .. .Vm i uupui
I'ullnian'H FineHt Coaches on all
Notice to Contractor.
YTOTK'r' Is hereby given that the city of
lv SpringOeld. Uhlo. will receive sealed pro
posals af the office of the city clerk ot said
city, for furnishing all tbe mateilal and doing
all the labor for tbe erection of the Iron su
perstructure uf a bridge over Buck creek, un
factory slnret, in said city, bidders to furnish
their own plans and specifications for said su
All proposals must lie for doluic said work
according to the plan of abutraenta tn the city
engineer's orace. and the plans and specifica
tions furnished by the bidders on tbe super
structure, must be slgued hy the full name uf
all parties Interested In said Md. and by some
responsible disinterested person as a guarau
tee that a contract will be entered Into pro
vided the hid Is accepted, aud must be on file
In the city tlerk's office on or before 1-o'clock,
noun, ot Tuesday, the 26th day of July. A. V
ls-s"7. to be opened and publicly read Inime
dtately alter 12 o'clock of said day. In tbe
presence f the mayor.cltyengineer.assistaut
city engineer and city clerk, or any two ot
tbeni. and reported lo council at the first
The city council reserves the right to reject
any or all proposals presented for any reason
tbey may deem sufficient.
li y order of co u ncl 1.
Koouis & A o. Mitchell Block.
U. K. Cor. Main and Market Bta.
U. is at ITU.
aavss or a cans tsstb oarraa
Ha. IUMUOCKJL-Bt,M,nd57 Aroade. Print
s er. Kngravor and Fashionable Stationer.
Wedding goods and calling cards a specialty.
A. UKOaa a UO tTMUsUtTAskBaUs.
Residence 192 W. High St.
uuicej sua narvroom, so w. jxaia a.l
JOHNSON A DORNK,
Lassixs omiLL baxibtt k bob's boo I
170 West Columbia, atrnat.
General Book Hinders and Blank Book Mann
. Kesolved, By the council of the city of
f Oawsw ITH A aft I Springfield. Ohlo.two-thlrds of the whole num
I II NHI I H III her ot members elected thereto concurring.
J. U. O Iff 1 1 I II UU. i tbat It Is necessary and that it luleuds to
Uoraar Wast High St. and Wsdant Alley
AH D STATIONERS.
Blank Uouk Work aad Legal Htaakg a
BAILROAD TIME CARD.
I'tlLburf. I'tnriiiiinlf suit SI. l.oul Kail.
wy CompMDj Hmu HmiiiIIv KiiI,
Under .elieilule in effect January 'M,
ISsT, train leaie Spriuntield, central
nUndaril time for Xenia, Cincinnati and
(iilumlm,?-!.'! a. in.. tor Iatnu ITir.a.ui.
I furfXeuia and ludiauainilU flo.0 a. iu.
for Xenia, Cincinnati, Ciituiuliu, Indian
ajKilis and Chicago, 3.J5 p. 111. , for Xenia,
1 Ihiytun and CinriiiiiMi. t.Vlo p. m. g
Train arrive In ftpruulielil at t i' and
luJu a. iu., f.VOO p. ni. ami t!:4U p. m.
Daily. (Wall), e-epl Sunday.
Sam. Douiii, Ticket Agent.
Ul!n(fa ColiiDibu., Ulueluuatl and
s NUnt IiproM. '1.30 am
. 12 New York i Boauio Ktuiea riloam
t CIoTslaaa X Eaatern Kapreia xl'itJiu
' t tfaw York LtuUUnl Kipreai 13 na
I Hia auOTH.
1 9 NUnt KiDreaa t mta
Wdnc.Cln i We. Kx miZ
1 Cln. KlflnK Buckoi TJSam
t Cincinnati X ImUauapolla Kipreit ll.t am
3 CUT0Uu4AClnclunuk.iiiroM I.llDm
ClnU..In4..Mt. LonliAKan. Kt '135 pm
aaairi raim a. it.
NUnt Kxpraa. ...... -ijuam
1 Oln. Vlitnir Bnckejo T.JSaia
I CUfaUattl Cincinnati kipr. Ujdm
Nw fork,Boaln JI Cincinnati Ki. 'IJipuj
AtaiTa faun odth.
5ucnt Kipreu ... . iJSain
a Dafton. aprlnald Acvum. (r't. 55 m
1 11 New York X Boston LlmlloJ . y'4lm
1 CUteUaa A Eaataru Ki pro.. 3.16 pu
M Cincinnati Jk i)pr1nirnlil Accuui .u pu
li New York Limited KipreM. j u pui
No. 11 ha torouicn slsopora to New York sal
Soewn wittiout cbaiuis.
No.4U tne famoua llmltnl eipret, too
poseileatlrelrorileeper. eat ot Clmeland.
rnrootfh eleeper from SprlnxBelil. Make
Sew York Id IuH boura anJ Boton In 21 H
li. U. KNIUUT.
B. tl. tlcknt AKent.
I D. U. MAHri.V. ArcJe Depot.
U. . A. til.rlulloU.0
M. Y famu. UbliiU.a,
All trains ruu on Coulral tluie - mlnuti
slower tbancltj time.
TBUHd LCAVK UillU C&3T.
No. 4. New York Limited, itatlT 10-2 a. m.
" z. Accum.. dallf tuceptaunJay t-Mpni.
I No. 1 ..... lu a; p m.
, " 1. Atlantic Ei..itlly.. .. . z-luaiu.
1 No. 3. Ctu. Jt rit, Louis Kx.. daily ::lu a. m
1. Aceoni..dallyeicept Sunday lu:U7 a. ui.
. " 5. St. Louis Ki..dallr.. . . .. 3fwp.ni.
I. .itvaai'lrrruilto'No "L'VbS
through sleepers to St. Loui.
Free hack to trains to all points east ot, anil
Including north Lewlsburtc.
for tickets to all points and furtber Infor
mation, eallou J. U. I'hlhiu.
Telephone call 310.
ItlooiuliiKlun ami W.ru Kall-
SRS1TB .BUM SiiBTH.
1 Cincinnati llipress
J Sandusky and Sprlnxneld Ex
3 Columbus Mail ..
.. "1 Ol a m
1 iS a m
... 5 16 p m
... 4 -5 p m
. -i 4.r a m
absivs l-Kiia c.r.
&Chlraxo.At. L-Jk Kan.CItt Mm.
! 3 Chicago, St. L. i Kan.City Ex...
1 2 Kastern Kxpre .
4 Allautlc Mall .. . .
i New York Limited
USr.RT I.11ISO SOBTU.
. 4 Put-In Bay Kxpres
.aslvB vunu Nur.
5 Sprlugfleld aud AndU3ky Kx
DKriBT GilINU BIST.
2 Columbus Kipres
AtUutle Mail ... .
6 New York Limited .
pirBT UUIS WKMT.
1 Night Express. .
5 Chicago. M. L. A Kan. City Mm
3 Cblcaco.ot. L. A Kan. City Ex
Ublo Southern Kallroa.1.
ABB1VK VKOM SOCTH.
3 Ilainbridge Accommodation .......
1 Mall and Expresa. . .
Dinar ooiu micth.
-2 Mall and Express. . . .
4 Balnbridge Accommodation.
lo 25 a m
All train marked run dally;all others dally
except Sunday, standard time, which Is SI
minutes slower man spr ngneid city time.
w ji. lit;
U. II. K0C1IE.
For Market street ewer
Kesolved, lly the council ot the city of
Springfield. Ohio, two-thirds ot the whole
number of members elected thereto concur
ring, that It Is necessary and that It Intends
to make a public Improvement by construct
ing the sewer hereinafter described, accord
ing to the plans, profile and specifications
therefor on file In the offlce of the city civil
engineer and recorded In the office of the city
clerk and open to the Inspection ot all parti
Interested, and that the sewer In tbe sewer
district both hereinafter described, said sewer
and sewer district being part ot the plans and
system of sewerage for said city heretofore
adopted by tbe council. Is required and Is
hereby designated for Immediate use.
aid sewer t described a follows, viz.
Beginning at -Mill Kun sewer iu the center
ot Market street, thence south with tbe cen
ter ol .Market street five hundred and sixty
two feet to the south side ot the Indiana
Bloomiugton and Western nallroad. said
sewer Is In the Center street sewer district or
sewer district No. 4. the boundaries of which
are as follows: Commencing at tbe Intersec
tion of the east line of Market street with tkg
center of Buck creek, thence with the centW
line of Buck creek down tbe same to the In
tersection ot the center line thereof with the
east line of Factory street, thence with the
east line of Factory street and with the east
line ot Factory street extended southward to
Its Intersection with the south corporation
line: thence eastwlth said corporation line to
the west line of a turnpike road, formerly the
Springfield and Clifton turnpike, thence with
the west Hue of said road north to the old cor
poration line, being the section line betaeea
section 1! and 31. township 6. range .M. K.S.:
Ibence with said section line west to the east
line of .Market street, thence with the east
line of Market street north to the place of be
ginning. The plausand specifications required bylaw
fortheconstructlou ot said sewer hare been
prepared, and are ou file lu the office ot tbe
city civil engineer for examination and in
spection by parties Interested; and council
will hear said parties at it regular meeting to
beheld lu the council chamber of said city, on
Kith aiay or August, A. I. 107,
commencing at o'clock p. ni . and In the
event there should he m session ot council oa
said night, then at Its first regular meeting
Tbe city clerk Is hereby directed to publish
this resolution for two consecutive weeks In a
newspaper ot general circulation in tbe cor
Passed by Council J ulv 12, A. IX. 17.
K. T. THOMAS. President.
Attest. J.S.SutWALra.Cltv Clerk. lttam
Declaring It necessary and the Intention to
in.ike a public Improvement by changing the
grade of the sidewalks on a portion ot High,
I'enter. Washington aud Market streets.
Kesolsed. by the council of the city of
Springfield. Ohio. That It t necessary and
that It Inteuds to make a public improvement
by changing the grade of the sidewalk on the
south side ot High street, between .Maikrt
space and Center street, on the east side of
Center street, between High street and Wash
ington street; uu the north side ot Washing
ton street, between I'enter street and Market
space; and on the West side of Market space,
as follows, viz;
Beglunlugat the Intersection of the est
curb on Market space, with the south curb ou
High street. and level with the adopted grade
al the Intersections of the curb at the south
east corner of High street and Market space;
thence south with the west curb of Market
space Xi feet tu the Intersection of tbe west
curb of .Market space with the north curb on
Wavhinartoiistreet.xscent 4 ll-lnlr.r thm-
I west with the north curb of Washington
ireeis leei to me inienecilou ol the north
curbot Washington street with the east curb
on tenter street, ascent 3 uiui feet. Ihence
north with the east curb on Center street lo
feet to the intersection of the east curb of
(Center street with the south cuib of Huh
street, descent 4 solui feet thence east with
I the south curb on llish street 41 feet r th
I Place of beginning, descent d lft-llO(rrt said
grade to be according to the profile thereof
I lu tbe officer of the city engineer, tor thelu
SDeetion of all nartic interested therein
I Kesolved. further. That the city clerk be
I anu ne is nereoy aireciea 10 rause legal piiblt
' cation to be made of this resolutiou. aud ft.
M.ltelwlckappolnted and directed to serve
I legal Lotlce of this resolution,
j Passed by council Julyl nth. A. H. Iss7
I Attest: E. T. TIIOM V.
J S.HI'LrxB.- I"resideut.
I City Clerk. lTHam
'Declaring It niceasary and the intention uf
council to make a public Improvement by
changing tbe grade ot Sharer street from
.sorta sireei ioi.euar sireel.
make a public Improvement by changing the
grade ot sharer street from .North street to
Cedar street, as follows:
Beginning at the established grade on the
north tine of North street; thence north 4ij
feet to the grade of Cedar street, descent
3.V-lU0feet.accontlng to the profile thereof
on file in tbe office of the city civil engineer
for the Inspection ot all parties Interested.
Kesolved. further. That the city clerk be and
he Is hereby directed to cause letrat tmhiii.,..
tion to be .oade of this resolution, and K. M
Uelwicks appointed and directed to serve
I legal notice ot this resolution upon all the
j owners ot property abutting upon said portion
of Shafer street, or on the persons In whose "
uaiues lue aoumug properly is assessed.
Passed by council July ltb. A. D. 1M7
f T THOMAS.
A""t . President.
J. a. shiwaltib, Ut j clerk. roam