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UEPUHLIC, WKhXKsDAY KVKNIX(J, JULY 27. 183'
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VVDMSDt EXEMtlC. 1ULY 27.1887.
REPUBLIC!!! CDBin TICKET.
(1K0K11K C. KAWLIK&
JOUN C. MILLER.
JAMES 11. KAUBIITS.
b. A. TOUI).
fersons leaving the city for the summer, o
lor a tew weeks, or fur onlv a few days, cat
have the Kirm nc mailed to them, from this
olBce. without eitra charge. If you are golnv
from place t ulace. just drop us a postal can
and y..ur address will he changed, sothatyoi
may have your home paper every day .
In an interview tbeother day with a New
York tfni ond LVjiios leporter Hoi.
.loin, W. ltookwalter said "The republi
can paity has been ieiejtsll victorious n
(Itlli ami elsewhele tss-ause it Is taild al d
unequivocal ill its declarBtiols., Mr. Itook
waiter .idiuiies the republicans and won'd
tie a lepubhCHU. ami n-t a democrat, if he
were not a lice-trjib r.
We must make room tor another uttei
ance from Mr. I'owderly. He savs that he
nnuly lieheve- that the day of strikes and
lockouts is drawing to an end. We also mi
believe, and we believe that the linn aid
-ens.ble stand Mr. I'owderly has aken In s
cotitribubsl tow aid the drawing alluded to. ,
In all instances where employers ami wink-1
lngiiien are uiiitiiallv friendly. fortearing ,
and reasonable, there are neither strikes
(Ieneral .lames M. Comly, late editor ami
proprietor of the Toledo t'oiniiirivoil. died
at his residence in Toledo at 10 o'clock
Tuesdav. night, after an Illness of sine
months' duration. He was afflicted with
heait disease, which brought on a compli
cation ol othercouiplaints and caused in
tense suffering during the past two mouths.
Last Satutday be Itecauie unconscious and
has been gradually sinking till the end
came tonight, iieacefully and apparently
without pain. He wa surrounded by his
family and dietl without a struggle. It Is
ihuiiKlil that he rint-rl o.i.M-ioiwness for f
a jilmrt ttuiejetenta ami n-iii;iiiril Mi
ouiI. General Cmly h:len a titf-rtr
tor j ears. n May :s l went with a dele
gallon ol oiti7eii friHii TU-thi to attend
the uieetinir of the Kepiililkuit Mate ct-u-tral
niuiiuittr iu Clfveland for the pur;
Iose of Mxkiirtu; tlie liwatioii of tlie preent
eotieiitioii In lhi oit. At that time he
rauteht a odd and on his return imiih-.l-latcly
tiMik hi- hvd. fiom which he has
lifter hum letn able to rise, (ieneral
4'otiily lnarneil a nimvof Mrs. Kirhanl I).
Harrison, and a KnndtlaiiKliter of the
Lite General L'liarles Anthony, of this city.
(Seneral Toruly wa btirn in lVrry county.
Ohio, M&rrtiCtli, li'2. He was a gallant
soldier in the army ami one of the ablest
and most :ra.tfiil journalist in the
country nd lSil n rrhned, congenial ami
Krtiolarlv Kt-iitleinafi. As a witty and
brilliant paracraphist he tiad few equals.
He wan for a whih4 . . iiimister to the
.Sandwicii Islands. Of his family an Ohio
sttttt .ourn: special sas-
1 ..... ;.,..l -f . tiililfii u.it)i th fjin.
iu f..r il.wr vrrv irreat Iir. are liranl on a I
hauds. anil vfrjiine xvms ilt-sirous if r-
: .-inline their -.yiiipathii . It is learned
ttiat tlie purril, previous t lik death, ar-
ranged f.irthe estate to li.ild the OnHj; and
irJLiCminri. and it will hereafter.
,.t urolablv. tH-c.iidnrt.il by ! ss.u. Mr.
liny.S. Coiiil). wliolia- developed into a
proiiiiinc jiiiinia!iU The otliee ha-, a good
loree and he will be able to put it on the
lu..). eonteiiiDlatfd by his lather. Mr.
. . . .1 .1 .. i ....... ,1.....!
imth Comly. the e.-oiid xiii, i ikivn alKiut
of aire siid cmne.-te.l with a wholesale
house ill this fit. Mi's Couilj. theo dy
Umchter. a promising youns lady just
passe.1 lb, 1 apoiven 01 u an a- our to io
aiH-oiiililishiueiits as to lie of great omtoit
to l.or uiotiier m this tryi'iR hour.
DO NOT BE DECEIVED BY THE BLUSTER AND BLOW OF IGNORANCE
-A-R.R.OC3-JLlSrCEl -AJN.D IlTOOIwiCPElTE3atNr02'. STARKEY Sc SOOWDEN, OF THE. F.A.1VIOTTS
ONE-PRICE ARCADE BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
Retail Boots and Shoes at less price than these mononolists and would-be shoe dealers can buv them, and thev will nuaranten their nrinpu tfn nnr ppnt Ipqr than anv rhpan nr rinomn 09io in tho ;
ri.sit 11 's .i i 11 Kim t:" 1 "
I.IKM IT JOI Kill.
Tmlay iWdne-sdaji the city of Titleslo
is full .if iK-nplr. A go.Hlly delegation
came m from ManMielil with Senator Sher
man, jestetila aftcniiHii). ami aturttier big
cruwil. with four batuK came i Hi's lunrii
tng. ami lame delegations have licen coin
ing m during the day. from all directions.
Those who have engaged acetiiiiiuodatiniis
in advance, will. as a matter if iiiiim, l
taken cart' of In gi"id stvle, but tlio-e wlui
diopiu tomorrow, tlie meat, decisive da.
s'niiild lake cots ami luncheons with tliem.
as they call oil!) be assured ot an abiuid- I
ance of lake water.
Senator .Sherman's fiiemls are present in
.algetiutiiocrsaiid are not at all Icti.ciit
Ihccteraii statesman brought with linn
! ,mie .1 good-sied and symmetrical boom,
he arrived, but theie is a
priukling ot enthusiastic Hlaine
men. I here Is sun, However, a pram
multitude who are the faithlul and hearty
friends of both.
We take from a sieeial to the (tfilo Sl,il
.oiii'ioif. sent Tuesday night, the tollow lug
atiout the candidates:
Koraker for governor. Sper ami Pick
man for supreme judges, John
for state treasurer, and ( lurles A. rlick
mger for iueiuler of the Niard of public
works, will undoubted lie nominated vvltli
out oiinositiou. There has ls-en -mine talk
of lo Welti for the last named place, but
it is without his eoii-ent. and he will not
have his name presented.
, Kor lieutenant governor Captain W. C.
, Lyons, of Licking, Silas A. Conrad, of
Stark. T. .1. rringle. of Clark, and Andrew
Kov. of ,Iack.son. are beie with hosts of
iriemls working for the place, and Captain
Lv ons seems to lie in the lead, there is.
however, a call on all hand' for (ieneral
, Asa S. ttiisimell. ami lie may oe "ra.'e...
Itiishnell is. however, pronounced for 1 mi-
gle.of his county, and .lot not want iL
I'l . r l'.,nr,:l n ,.r..t.lMlll III Tlie
!.-. . . ....... .rll Lr till tllu IMIU.r l.ltt if I Id t ulti.lv
s-iiate and l'migle as a ineinlier oi mat
if.i,. in ..ntin iIim r.mr Hamilton count v
i - ". . ,
: frauds are ueit strongly in uieir lavor.
Ljons's ewllent rccorda-s a soldier is citetl.
'audit is said thl is a year for soldiers:
while Andrew I toy is urged both as a sol-
tier and the friend of woikingiuen.
I (ieneral Hiishtiell was o prominent a
( figure. iersonaIly and politically, that he
1 Miild hardly be expected to escape the m
' teiviewer. On being asked by a "Ni
. ItiimuU man whether he would !e a can
didate for lieiitent govenior. he said :
'o wejMj! forToin I'riugle. and I am
not a candidate, and hope my name will
not go before the convention, as I could
; not accept it if it is orlered. I am always
I willing to do what 1 can for the party, and
i will do just a much if 1 am not on the
! ticket as I always have done. I want no
! rew ard for service. If I could a-cept a
' place on the ticket nothing would please
I me more than tn run second to the gallant
j loivernor Koraker. but 1 can't do It this
, vear. 1 don't want anything. , though I
appreciate at its full value the
complimentary mention of my
! name in connection with a ticket
i which I am sure will lie elected bv
I an overwhelming majority. On the Slier
I man resolution 1 should say that if it comes
before tlie convention it should be adopted
, by a unanimous -oice and put to rout the
I democratic Intimations that there is any
trouble among the republicans over the in-
dorseinent. It can do no harm to Mr lllaine
j or his friends and can be of no conscjuence
I lo any one except it should be Sherman.
1 aud he will know best whether It will aid,
J or injure him In his canvass.
j Tuesday evening's Toledo HUnlt has a
I double-leaded protest against the indorse
1 meiit of Sherman. It is given entire. a
It is time to mil a halt on this foolish
, ness. Machine politics have no place in the
1 republican party in Ohio. One thing at a
1 time, and that well done, is a safe rule, in
' either business or politics. The task the re
1 publicans of Ohio have to perforin this year
1 is to elect their governor and a majority ol
the next general assembly. Next year
comes the presidential tighL To inject
that campaign into this year's contest is to
weaken the republican party, imperil its
1 now excellent chances of success and to
ruin Mr. Sherman's chances for a solid del
egation to the national convention. With
the lepublicalis of the state divided in
opinion as to the presidential nomination.
. ttie effort of the senator's managers to
force an indorsement at the Toledo conven
, lion simply resolves itself into the
construction of a machine. The represen
tatives of Ohio republicanism are to be com
pelled to indorse him. with the idea in view
ttiat the voters will follow- their lead like a
flock of sheep. We rie to remark thM-the
man in iulitical life uhu attempts lo ittrrf
,,e Hho ,,, pl0Mt to .
lf,arts or ,(,. iaSes has a backing that will
endure. We regret the tioliry that has been
adopted by Mr. Sherman's managers and
''et'lore the foolishness which attempts t.i
lorcea jieriiun lory iiiuoiscnieiii noma tm
veiitiou which has no business with the
issue. The resolution sliould not be offered
m the convention.
the resolution of endorsement will
be introduced, and it will lie adopted by a
large if not unanimous vote.
Mr. William Oiehl has returned to Sprint;
held, alter having been abroad three mouths.
After an absence of over half a century,
Mr. Diehl and his wife wsited their old,
village home, in (ienuany, and found old
friends who remembered them and were
ery glad to see them. Indeed, when it
was known that little Willie Diehl, who
Wu hoM(t a fhe u twi.,e yvM hai
come back gray-headed, but lively and i
oroiis, and as full 1 tun as ever, the whole
Ullage turned out and inaugurated an in
formal hut joyous jubilee. Mr. Oiehl saw
the man who put his arms around the elder
Hielil'M lievk and kissed him, as he left h-r
America, about V- ean; ago. and to him
first made know u his identity. It ma be
accepted as a tact that the greeting was a
warm one. Mr. Oiehl saw the Kmperor
u'ilii,,.. .t..-K r.,.i .....l iu.,,,,,.
of iiiauluKHl, and
with his old lellow-countrymeii, who are
resting under the common and crushing
burden of taxation to sustain German)
immense standing army. It was Jelt that,
sootier or later, this burden must lie re
moved, as it was becoming intolerable. Mr.
Oiehl s j rent some time iu trewilderiug lon
don and entrancing!) beautiful Kiris,
but he came b.u-k more of
an American -more enthusiastically and
.,..,, .. , ,, .. .. .
patriotically so -than eer -fully sat.sl.ed
that the I intei! Slates is the only country
f if a t lu.tu mull tii lieu
On their wav
from New Vork tlie DieliN Wteil Mr.
DiehlV iM frieml. Air. Edw.inl Snie. fur
Im.ry f ,,j, cjty ,) f,lui ),!,,, ,nt1.11ie.l
, mK.,w,llISi ,IVII,K in a fle hone and
' ' h .... ",
"Jy"' "'" " cJal to hae Mr.
lliehl at home again, lie leaver) okI
and n vlul citien a man ho ha- been the
ar-ltit-ct f his own fortune, and the tor-
tune is a large one. we are clad to av. Me
l a man, too. whose jiidmnent in general
matter:, is hardly seeoiid lit that ot any man
,i the rity.
The leading article in the J-'oiiim tor
August iKoruin ruhllshlng cimip.ui), '17
comparison of goods and prices : Ladies' Fine Bright Dongola, $1.50 to $2.50 ; Ladies' fine
$2.50 ; Gents' Waukenphast, $2.50 to $2.75; Gents' Low Cuts at half
Fifth incline. New Vork) is tinin lh ln
nt Cnvernor Koraker'. ot Ohio, on "The
Iteturn of the lleiiublicati I'arty." By this
the governor mean- the restoration of the
republican to "the control ot both branches
of the legislature, as well as the executive
department ot the girternnieiU," ami he
priss-eds to pro e that this restoration should
be made t two clashes of arguments ami
facts, namely -first, those which relate to
the republican view of the political ipies
tions that now di, Ide the rxsiiile. ami, sec
ond, tlui.e which liear tim the character.
Illness ami general cap.icilj ol the party to
promote the general welfare. That the
' governor lias done his wotk well diics not
hi-ed to tie said, ami it Is cspceialh lifting
ami time!) that this utterance should be
j made this year by the leading young re-
publican ot the couiitry.
This pleasant paragraph about two
Spimglield gentlemen is liom the lion,
.lame- lloyle's letter to the Cincinnati
Cmiiiii.'rW.iZ (incite, sent Monday night:
l'i.t;iiti Itnshiiell his tmvnsmnn. Is ihis-
Itivclv not a candidate for lieutenant gov-
emnr. Were he a candidate he would go
through with a vvliiil.'iiluiiiestioiiatily. Cap-
tain Itusliticll is vigorous!, stiiiinirtiiiic Sen-
ater Cringle, ami he will probably lie able
to get considerable sliemrtli from Hamilton
county for his friend In Senator I'ringle's
case as in that of I'ooiiuan tor auditor and
Kannells for attortie) general, the Hamilton
count) delegates will of course remember
wlni heled to oust the fourteen frauds
from the legislature.
A I'ernli lous rmclii .
o the Killtorot the Uenuhllc.
SritiM.i'in n. .. duly 27. Iss7.
I desire through your columns to call the
attention ot ,-n' ihiirer Unit In" to the
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careless , ought to be criminal) practice of
mrowing pajn-r in me sireei. u is spec-
laj practice.1 by our inerrhauts. who open
,.....,..,....,..,. Thev tuav intend
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dav the paper is mostly blown over the
streets define they are leady to clean up.
There are very few horses that do not
frighten at loose paper. Only yesterday a
horse was frightened on noith Market
stieel -turned around suddenly, upset the
liUL'irv and threw out two voiing ladies,
who had a very narrow escaie lrotii severe I "Finally 1 went m and found a small, good
injury or death. ' natured man that 1 could hare handled with
If there i an ordinance against this prac-! out any trouble, but wh-n I stated my bui
tice it should le riijiillij mortn. if not ne8 ho said that it was not in bis line at ull,
there should lie. 11. M. S. ' hut that I ought to go to the city editor. By
that time the citr editor had gone to lunch. I
ilie cirrua Willi West. waited for him till 1 got so hungry myself
Alamt two weeks ago a Dakota farmer . "J"1 ' thought I would fall airt.
vws approiiclnsl bv a stranger, who said: "When be came h had about nineteen men
-What will you take for that little t tjlk to all at once for an hour or so: then
f'tort horned yearling out there. In the ' let m in and I told him that the troiihlo
"Is he gentle'"
"No danger of butting; a fellow over
with his head"
"Not n bit; my children play with him
whenever they take n notion."
"Well, I guess I'll take him. I'm agent
for Hollervvell A: Showpmir's Anti-Kuio-penii
Circus. ml we need another buffalo
for our -Wild West" deiurinient- lly
the time wc put hump on his shoulders
and pamt his horns black you wouldn't
know your calf I hope he'll stay gentle,
though: the last one wc had hooked three
otour cowboys oil thtir horses, disabled
two HutTalo Hills aud drove Texas Jack,
the western terror, up the center ole.
Ho acted so we hud to tie him up with the
elephants, give him n coat of red paint
n ml call him the terrible man eating jog
glcwock, captured in Central Africa at
great exHiie and loss of life. Do jou
supiKise the calf will drink milk' the
sacred cow gives a little more l ban the
zebra will take "Dakota Bell.
A Ileal New York Aristocrat
Is n man who mnden brisk canvass as it
politician, served well ns minister to Italy,
models admirably in clay, has written a
good lsxik. is now writing n plav. manages
ati estate of $'.110. 000. 000 skillfully, and Is
the virtual head of what undoubtedly
ranks its the llr.-t family iu AmencA. He
is clever, brilliant, well born, and has had
every iidv.iutauge that Immidless wealth
could buy He c;in Kix like a professional,
has broad shoulders, and appaiently never
thinks of his attire. His fat her calls him
"Hill." On every coach that day there
weie priiu, tightly clad, siiH'rcilt'ous and
overdressed young men. sitting erec,t nnd
staring with aiTctted indifference" at the
vulgar herd that surged below them. L'n
(Umhtctlly thev felt like aristocrats, or
tried to. but they looked like a lot if tail
ors' clerks. The only man among them
who wus absolutely indifferent to his sur
roundings nnd his ltiuu was William
Waldorf Astor. New York Cor. Argo
naut. Very oclatil.
The eople of New Yoik are not very
sociable, ai e ibey r" said n western man, ad
dressing an acquaintance who lived in the
"Well, I don t know but thev are, although
thev may l a little iwH-uliar in that lespect.
tor -nal eiirs l lun my onusi m a Tery
larKf builvim oti Hndiy. One day a fel
low came in and a Led if my name was J. W.
MrKhldletoii. I told faun it wm, aud then,
niter a fen inoiutnU' silence, he said; My
ortitv h just atTOM tho hall, and etertiiire 1
oh roiirMzn seventi ert aj?o I have been
intending to drop
ml you. I am
tour in other, m knuw, aiul well, how are
you getting hIoii, anywayT Yt, cn
tiuueti the en '.tern man, "they aie a trifle
pevuhnr, but after jou pet in with them you
find them very sociable.'' Arkansaw Trav
eler. hmI Iit, (Iu oy.
Little doou know how we bartenders
re iniNssl u-on. Woe i mir lot. Today
a six footer entered our saloon and called fur
braud He unbilled a large quatf
'Has UiMioy be-niiir h asked.
WboeG(jT said I.
'Goosy walk like thU.
Thesii ftNvter drooed on his haunrhe,
preal bin legs ajiart like a iwiiufully tmndy-
Igge.Il-tlng and waddled Urnm-df the door,
Suddenly straightening hunlf out, be
howled at me G(h nitty, Uoofcyand fled a
mile up the street lefoiv I found time to ruu
from behind the bar"
Duiixei of Kilueatlmi.
Hotel GueitI don't li-liev in thi modern
rustoin of tipping. I want you to under
Waiter V 1-een t school, sah, an1 I hap
pen to knovr there ain't not bin inotleni about
it, salt. The custom is a old as ch filiation.
"?h'.""" ""':" , . u, , .
"lai-.vdi. I Iearoe.1 111 history, ah, that
olw time unci, man like, oananU,l CaliKula
went wmenLere to sui.tr an' it ot him
WMiiH.fon he got thnnigh. sh. Bv the
uli. all the things ou ordered is out.
- Omalia WoiUk
In sr-,.1 f a l-r.i.
"Hello, old I. iv f Heanl ,011'ie goin; to be
niarrle.1 nnd a tine gul. too, ehf
"Well. ,es, -.he ha. a very comely figure "
-Oil, hut that's a.lile fiolll the ipiestloll.
How at. nit the iiiiomely flguief" Detroit
s.o ,.r summer flight.
Tu-st It-s'i (i. 11 den Waiter Mi-s. De Oooilt
is oir for the summer again.
Shs-oihI Waiter- How lo you knois anv
ttllliz al.sit toat ttlle l-olv s ruovelllelltsl
Mi l-e ti-.-ile ha. just ionic in." Omaha
I1 fours III Woes
On board a dav coach f the gi-at trunk
line running from the Batter,- via Sixth ave
nue to Ilailein I fell in tue .'tlier day uiiu a
highly cultivated old gentleman who nun i
.iJesin lliooUvu Togetliei we eujoved the
delightful stieh o of dark ledsivnerv and ad
yartlsenielits wlllcli greets the enraptilled eve
along tins gieat snic louie Together wo
inbaltst tim thousand odom of bot, sour
alleva and damp ivllars, mid together we
loukisl into MSXnd st'TV nslllH where ov -eitv
lay luintiug ui the awful heat that had
accumulated all ilav uiid now shut ttow u w nil
the night like a stilting gaiuielit. In our
conversation he said:
si generall) aim to let the pnNrs alone if
thev'll let me atone, hut when I lllsl came
herea fiieud of mine biought men slip that
he bad cut out of a prominent iiioiiinig "m
per in which my name was ussl ui n way
that made me load, and o I went light
down to the olli.-e of the paper Itefole I
went I told my wife aisMit the pits e and
that I was going to see uU.ul it She saw
that I was excite I and she I ame alarmisl
She hung on to me qulle a w lute and said
he iheil 1 wouldn't go We tin.
. got along i well, and .luce had lieen
married 1 had never killed anilmly, and the
wished 1 vvouM tatc her advice and not go.
but I was tlioiouglily indignant and mad
So I went down, and at the couutT I asked
"The young man at the window- where I
wmt was counting the wonts in a 'Want ad
vertWMiient, and it was a long tl no liefore I
i-ould get his ey e. Then hd said in a brii'f ,
cohl way that the editorial rooms weiv on the
tilth lloor ljlid not like Ids way, and 1 would
have been glad to lick him if I eouM have got
over into his cage, hut I ivuldn"L Then I
went to the elevator I was going to get in,
but the elevator Uiv. who weighed alKHlt
nineteen Kiuuds put his hand against my
nerson and ecntlv laishetl nmout
1 k$ iy " "t'u" witl
yollr lmlIW nh,l vour business and who you
wat . Heie is a card that you can till
lli's.ii.1 I would Lave to lie explicit If I
wanted thecilv editor, or the inaniM editor.
. or the literary tstitor, or tbo joio euuor, or
' tba nth and iteath editor, or the scrapping !
' editor. 1 would find them :n; but the nianag- j
' S editoi and th. telegrnjih editor aud the j
night editor and the imi-h editor and the,
or the literary editor, or the. tolo editor, or
th bnth and death editor, or the K-rapping
bathing etlltor wele all out
was. He didn't rememlier any such story in
tliu titwr n I cts.tA ftlsillt hilt WOlll.l firnlout I
"v i - --t
about it aiul set what lejiorter handed it in.
Meantim he would advise me to write out a
statement of my side of the case and leave it
thei. He would investigat" the matter
when tho letters got in in the evening.
F Dire Rt RMM
"T went to a !ng table and wmto mot all
the afternoon on a piece which was not so
scathing when I pot through with it a? I
thought it was going to I , w I tore It up.
Then I wrote another on. IiwRsipute bitter,
but not so bitter hh 1 Uiid it httil been. It
had tame I-laces in it w heie it oeemed to all
flatten out and fail to get there1 I never
buffered mentally so much in my life, and now
and then when I iied my brow on the tail
of my linen -ont I culd - that the city
dlitor seemed to enjoy it My dusk I had
completed nu article that was carefully writ
ten, and et I di I not expet that tt would l
copioJ very much. It wa inclined to t-e
ornate in it style, and still there were words
in ir like Vgcregiou, for instance, tbat I
didn't feel Mire I had s.-lled right. It was
now nixht, and I ent home, leaving m
article for the morning jwiper ami feeling
proud that I wa getting mixed up with
My wife was anxious to Cud out if I had
anylrodv goie on my hamU lefoi I went
into dinner, but I convinced her that my heart
was&Uli puie aud guillle . but that I had
written a piei-e for the arer that would itir
up the ton n ju the moniiiip.
I lookeil it through hurriedly, but didn't
find my piei Mt everything ele wa
thei3 but thut, however. It was crowded
out! 1'ioltubly tbe mush and imlk ivooiable
editor had u piee that he wanted to run iu
in place of it, and owing to his influence he
had $urceeiled. 1 i gieatly irritated I
bad lost one day from my business, but I de
cided to go down to the orJiee again aud see
what the mMtw was.
"This time I got to tho city editor at once,
and lie said if I would write another state
ment he would prom im that it should nut be
overlooked, and said that a- I was tiNiler now
I would nodmibt untea Itetter piev S I
was fool enough to write uuother tlaplooille
caid for the pier It took me till I',':.3, and
auearus 1 can reme'iilier simply prove lover
my own signatuiethat I was an ice cream
man who aspired to le a lrge. straw col
ored jacka- When I tftok it in to the nty
alitor he asked me if I had the Jip ut from
the iaper to wuich I referred. I produced
it. He htoketi it over a imttueiit, and then te
I am sorry that you have leen here for
two days and pi allied 3 our Hunker over
this matter, nnd aletrbed ourtiine pivpar
iug an exhaustive article for our (taper in
your defense, for tin slip is rut out of some
other taper. Idou'tkuaw what (taper it is,
but wc haven't got any such t a that iu
"He then stated that he would not detain
me any longer, and I don't lielieve he could it
h- had wanted to I went don it the stain
rather than met the elevator loy again, and
soon ft .11 ud invs-lf on thet!e-t I lought
my wife a new drev on the way home, and
toli her I had thmj;litletterof my u-wismii.i
tioii wheme on her atvtuiut.
"Tual waited tears ago,"aid the old man,
a he arotso to go, -and although I hare not
aluuy-done light, I enn truly say that th
goiv of no nesjiner man is on my hands.r
New Yoik W rid.
Tbe pro't-sMH" ua exaiuiiiing a young can
didate 111 law The t.ulij-ct l-iiig inherit
unce, lie snid:
"W'litn a nepheu inherits money from hh
uncle wh.-it h:ls he todo'"
ithiiig 111 the oil.l. mim professeur, ex
cpt toeni lnmst'lf " KiviK-h Joku.
Kodily health and vigor may be; obtained
as easily in the heat ot summer as in the
winter months, if the blood is purified and
vitalized with Ajer's Sarsaparilla. Kvtiy
Iierson who has used this remedy has be 11
greatly benefited. Take it this month.
Eight hundred lives were lost in the l'ay
of Hernial, mostly women pilgrims ol the
Inst Bengal families.
CATAI.i.HCUI.Kl). health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh Keme
dy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Injection free.
Kor sale by K. A. (iarwood.
price ; Misses' and Children's
T I' -' I
The Wt Vhp,i of Paris.
Ai n rub- tin- nurNS arc lusty,
licultliv. ignoi.int wmnoii. whoso wile
ambition ij to gain a i-omfortabU- liveli
lussl with ,i' little tl. .it us jKisilile.
Dure slurtnl iij.ii tin-, career, they fol
low it tor lite, pnferriiig it to the menial
ilriidgerv of mi vi. eat a iur.il chateau or
the iimie s,iv:st tiiviiiiiiment of a small
and si. -rile l-.irni. When thev nbtaui a
Mtuatioii tlu-ir own infants are sent to
theii bucolic h. .ihi-s for their inotlierH or
sisteis to take care of. Installed as a
iuciiiUt of a I'.iiisiau boiisehoM, tlie wet
' nurse coiisiileis heiself in iaradise. Her
1 professional uillil is . unlia.il for her.
the ostentation of her employers deciding
vvlietliei it In" goigtsnis. geiittvl ur plain.
She revels in the limM delicacit the ilo
iuetic laiih-r allords. in short, nothing
' ill the iim of tslihles is tis gisui for her.
In due time she gs out with the luhy
I for ilrives in the IUhs. mid msiIi learm to
I hold her head as high as any of her ilk.
j 1 doubt not she overhmrx many a verbal
morsel of M-audal ouuvriiiii tier nn.s
trebs' friends, hut she is discrts't aiul Jih
not tattle. oss-i:illv if tv is "out" for
the first time.
No matter what domestic troubles are
brewing ill the house, n. .ilium must not
U involvtsl in them, h-st. as a ritilt. the
In! iy sliould iiiir'r. Sn-.iv are the du
tien and so coinjumtivi -Iy lucrative the
lxisitiou of a wtt imi-se that in many
Kirts of 1'r.ince ir inisgiiitltsl women
Iwitli nothing but an lieioic pi.ysmue
make it a hiiMiiess, N long as tliey are
! young thev do well ill the mercenary
I sense, but when thev get jusse ami -'
yoiul their tisefuliiss as cows, to Urns the
I vulgar Trench name for them, their only
' alternative is to enter tlie lists as Imnncs
; or dry inir--s. If thev aie taken out ol
! France, to tlie L'nitisl States for instance.
I 1... .itr .. .1 i. -u. of 1 l.iki (it ! tllliwt lai 1 1'l 111
' ,t3 "-l" "--" " """ " " i-""
tlint is ii uiey v. isii lo ri'ium, w iiicn n
seldom tliei-ase. -Iieon Mead in Chicago
es. it is rather warm, tint we IiUHI
take tlie weather as it conies. We should
(,,. thankful to have tinv. and even hot
,vtatilt.r ,s letter than none at all. It
,as ,ts (.(),.,,.,lsatiii featuies. Theje is
no iKilberiug with overcoats, lur glevi-s.
ar mulls, etc. Kite do not have fo !
raked eveiy few minutes. Your horse
thsM not have to lie lough shod to kivp
him from falling on the ne. Your own
heail is not exrsl to an aval.inclie of
snow- tioiu tlie nf a.s you walk the
streets. The gas and water pi" ale not
frozen up. Tliujoimg man who hangs
on vour fiont gale al night is in no dan
cer of Is'iiig frostbitten. Theie is no dan-
I c(.r of puni) fus-riug: no necessity of
coveiing iuciiiiiUt tines, fruit of all
kinds i NMfvily safeif the boys can't
get nt it: wiitenueloiH are l-eyond the
danger oint if tbey are under lock and
ket ; last w mtei p. ice crop i- Kife Nyond
a doubt; nouiiiiirili.il.- danger of a bliz
zard; gtHrd time to prune tbe tbcunom
ter by cutting otf the lower half. In
fact, hot weather ha many coinen.sa
tions. not the least of which is that it
teachen juttieiire. Wait ami it will lie
odcr. i'litistimw is coming. IndLin-n-lU
New ITf for Coal Watte.
A patent has recently lieen akel for
a new jinn-ess bv which it is proiot"l to
tise the waste -ul piles at tlie mimtli of
e,ery coal mine, ami convert the culm
into a sort of pis tliat can Iw Ussl the
saine as natiii.il frn is iisil. Tlie culm
is to U' broken up into pieces anil run into
a lioi'r. Out of the hopper it comes in
i.irticle. anil is fi.l to an air blast. This
bl.Lst is broken into ilirTcreiit clmmbers,
and in circulating .in mini each chamber
tho partich-. ot the culm rub against
each other until by the time the last
chamlK-r is micliol they are reduced to
a tine lut that tloats aioiind in the air
current. When the last cliamlier fa
ri-.iclisl the culm passes through a 110
uiesli ami coinest out in a dark cloud. It
is then fed through pipes-, like g9. The
(articles of coal tloat iu the air, and com
bine with the oxygen of the air to make
a hot lire. The lmcntor claims thai this
fuel will make no smoke, but will be all
cuiiMuned liefore reaching the smoke
stack, owing to its fineness. Tlio trouble
with the invention is that it can lie used
only on a large scale. New York Sun.
Tlie ratal Farrier's Colic.
Furrier's colic is l.voming a fatal dis
ease, if what a local furrier tells mo
amounts to anything. It is contracted
by working 011 fine furs ami inhaling tlie
small liartiL'leri winch riss; from them.
Tin-so kirticles accumulato in the lungs
and stomach, :uul when once they are in
haled it is iinsr.sible to rid one's self of
them. Tliey ale liable to cause-conMiuiii-tion
or cancer of the stomach. Said un
friend, the furrier: "It is imrssible. for
one to work 011 furs over six months ut a
time and not Usmhiu- affected. It is very
lucky for furriers that their season is not
a long one. To 1? sure when they work
si months they receiie but six months'
pay, but they liave a cliance to live
longer than thev would wen-they obliged
to work all the veararound. Brass buff
ing is similar to working en furs. The
email igirticlis of brass get into n man's
lungs and cause an incurable disease."
'liambler" in Brooklyn Kagle.
One Style of Mill, llrnuljr.
There is a pis-uliar classical style of
nunlv l-aiity which all iersons who
know iiiivthing of the siib.iect must asso-
Lciale vv illi emiiience m the Liw and in or
atory. Theie have lieeli plenty of able
Liw vers and inspired orators who were
an, thing but handsome men. But that
t, .-of stiong and t-oinely physioomy
which chararteriisl Daniel Webster, and
which has ghen a title lo a certain sort of
physical and facial iinpressivenct.s, liaslie
come a jin-tty certain index of the ipial
ity of uian it endows. You My of it:
"There is a man who has brains to think
and the gift to express his ideas," and
youaie nirc-ly mistaken in your judg
ment. A few fools of fortune may wi-ar
the uiasqui i-.ide. but they are the acci
dents, like white crows and two headed
calves. Alfnsl Tiumblc. in Xew Yoik
Ktertrlritr frtim trne Metal.
It is not iHs'i-s-sary to have dilTerent
metals to obtain a cm rent of electricity.
Iron in nitric acid and iron in sulphuiic
acid, the two lliiids being; sciaratcl by a
iorous partition, will j;'4" a current, one
plate wasting away while the other is
I thickcucd. -Frank Leslie's.
I Syrup of Klcs,
Manufactured only by the California Kig
' Syrup Co., San Kranciseo, Cal., is nature's
only true laxative. This pleasant Cali
, furiiia liiiuld fruit remtsly may be had at
j Dr. Casper's drug stire, SOe. and SI bottles. .
It is the most pleasant, prompt and effect
I ive remedy known to cleanse the system; to
I act on the liver, kidneys, and bowels gent
' Iy yet thoroughly: to dispel headaches,
colds, and fevers, and to cure constipation,
j indigestion, and kindred ills.
J The reported killing of Eiplorer Stanley
I is discredited.
Hand-turn Dongola, $2.50 to
fine and School Shoes, 25c to
IT IS WONDERFUL
how easily rheumatism liegins, and lin
insidiously it grows in the ystem, until
one U startled to hnd Inuise'll its victim
in either the acute or chronic lurm. II.
then learns the leart.il tenacity of it
grip and the utter povverlessness of tin
ordinary remedies to give relief
Probably to no disease have plivsi. lan
given more studv, and none bus nmri
completely barHed their efforts to provide
asiecitic. and until Athlophoros was di
overed there was no medicine whiih
would surely cure rheumatism, neuralgia
and nervous or sick headai he Thousands
of testimonials like the following prove
beyond question that Athlophoros is the
only reliable remedy, and that it will do
ail that is claimed for it.
Mr Josuli White, of New Paris, Ohio,
said tooiircorreshimleiitiii lelerence tolm
being nireil of rheumatism by theiiseof Athlophoros-
It acted likeacharm with meau.l
I feel that 1 owe my present good health to
theonebottle of Atliluphnros liised Itw is
aliout two years ago 1 had the rheumatism,
I could scarcely get around ami when I did
manage to do so it was witli great pain
I spent over tliirtv dollars during this
attack with doctors not counting what I
spent for liniments and other medicines,
but none of them did me a partHeof giKsl
U last I heard of Athlophoros; it was on
Wednesdav I commenced using it and cun
limits) taking regularly until I finished the
'utile. On Friday I went out free from
rheumatism. My legs were as good as ever
and from tli.it !.iy to this, now uearlv iwo
h'ears since. I have not had a twinge o:
Wiciim.iti-iii 1 have recommended it to
minvdiriVrent surlercrsami have been well
ptii! for my- trouble by seeing them l-ene-littsl
as I was
Kvery druggist sliould keep Athlophoro1
and Athlophoros l'llls, hut where they can
uot lie lioii.dit of the druggi-t the Alhi,.
phoros to. Hi Wall St.. .New York, will
send either (carriage paid, on retelpt ol
regular prho, whuh i- jl Ml prr U.ltlr
for Vihlophoros and .Vk loi pill,.
Por liver and ki.lnevr di-ti-t. ilvi.ts-fr.ia tn
liii-lion. weakness tn-rv-m- h l.ilitv .li-taM-jf
uomt'ii, ts)nlMiti..i,. Iies.lttlie ini-sirt--tloikl,
.vc, Athlophonri 1'ilU are iuieuale.l
(ieneral Comlv, editor ot theTolislo i'm
iiien fill, is lying at the Hiint of death, lie
is .V. years old. ami has been in Ohio jour
nalism for M years. He was at one time
minister to Honolulu.
My l.ttn Hum rwn ery Tnlr,
Theent) of evert girl;
The secret now 1 will Ueclare,
Tis in Chaplin's I.t.piid IVarl.
The flurry in corn I lietter than a flurry
"UOTGII ON riI,EM."
Whr suffer PileK f Immediate relief and com
plete cure guaranteed. -Ask for 'Uough on
riles." riurecxireforitchiug. protrodmg,bleetl
ing.orany lormof Piles. Ave. AtDruggisUor
mailed. E. d. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
SKINNY 31 KN.
Wells 'ITealth Itcnewcr" restorer health and
Tigor, cures Dvspewia, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women, tl.
WEM-! IIAIU ItAUSA.lf.
If gray, rci-torei toorigiual color. An elegant
dressing, mftens and beautities. No oil nor
grease. A tonic Restorative Mopshalrcom
lugout; strengthens, cleanses, heaJsn-alp. oOc.
Hon. John G. Carlisle, 111 an interview on
thepolitic.il situation, says the renomina
tiou of Cleveland I a foregone conclusion,
and that lllaine can secure the icpublicaii
nomination i( he wants it.
Whether from swampy land or stagnant
pool, or from the deadly gass.-s of city
sewers, malarial poisons are the same.
Ayer'.s Ague Cure, taken ais-ordiug to .i
rection,is a warranted specific for malarial
W-ii. . Hill. assistant liiiaiici.il seeretary
of the Cincinnati Waiters' assembly, has
disaiieared with S500 of the funds of the
asMH'iatiou. Mrs. Mar, Wilson, with whom
he was intimate, is also gone.
v jv. y -would enjoy your dinner
Y and are prevented by Dys-
use Ackers JJystiepsia iahleu.
They are a positive cure for lJyspepsia, In
digestion, flatulency and Lonstiiation.
We guaranty them. S3 and CO cents.
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market aud
It is refuted that the Brotherhood of
Telegraphers ha,e otlereil S:..iXK),U00 for
the It & ( telegraph system, designing to
control it by a cooperative stock company.
"Tfvv trifl" witu any Throat or
I.ung Disease. If you Lave
a Cough or Cold, or the children are
1 threatened with Crou por Whooping Cough,
use Acker's English Kemedy and prevent
I farther trouble. It is a positive cure,
and we guarantee it. Trice 10 and 50c
Frank II. Coblentz, corner Market and
Itoughs and roast clams go hand in hand
at Coney Island.
Sl.KKTI.KSS NIC.HTS. made miserable
by that terrible cough. Sliil.ih's Cure Is the
remedy for you. For sale by F. A. (iar
A lllaine man at Toledo sajs he has
counted 'Jti7 delegates opposed to the I11
dorseuient of .Senator Sliermaii for the
presidency. There will be !!'.' delegates iu
Illve Them it I'lniiir!
That is to say. your lungs. Also all your
breathing machinery. Very womlerful ma
chinery it is. Not only the larger air-passages,
but the thousands of little tubes and
cavities leading from them.
When these are clogged and choked with
matter which ought not to 1m- there, your
lungs cannot half do their work. And
, what they do, they cannot do well.
( Call it cold, cough, croup, pneumonia,
catarrh, consumption, or any of the famil)
of throat and nose and head and lung ob
structions, all are bad. All ought to be got
rid of. There is just One sure way to get
1 rid or them. That Is to take Moschee's
' Herman Syrup, which any druggist will sell
you at 7.1 cents a bottle. K,en If e,erj
thing else has failed you, you may depend
1 upon this for certain.
The Afghan settlement has ln-en ai-cept-eil
W1I.I. YOU SUHK-KI. with I)ys-epsia
and l.ivt-r Complaint ? Shiloh's Vitilizar
ii guaranteeil to cure you. Kor sale by K.
.aWr ARK CAPTIVE TO 'vVi
rj BEADTIFDL WOMAN. ViA
T A l-J,H,s THkiU tJmlo bM-MTW fdL. Ik tfl
ljr nUr braMttifaL Ctukinplin J M
WW Iikiiud PpatI ti th -.ta. m
W l --lirr rr.islknyt'.u If V
$2.90: Ladies' Fine Opera Slippers. 50c to SI: Gents' Shoes.
$1.25 ; Infants' Shoes, 25c.
SI AND SCALPLAKE CHOP,
Cleanse.!, I'uriiiul anil ISeauti- POPULAR SUMMER RESORT.
lied by tlieCutiriira Iteiiiedien. inr-ti) on the mam ..ne .f the
rir I'le.thsiuK tin 1 ami vnlp ..f lnt&
uring Ilunixrs. f..r attainig Itetung. Iturnln
anil lnttamuidtioii .ir.urim. the rirst stntp
tumstif Ktema, INorusn. .Milk trust. s-Cal? '
lle.nl.; Scroll. i.t ml .. ther inherited id aat
Bbtod Iiseases, Oiiti- cr. ihe gre.it km
t'Ure. .lli.l Ctt,.lK N.f. an elUUlilte -kilt
He.tutlOer. evteruaUy .u. 1 Hu.(rt H-,
tT, the new lilmtU Puriher, inirnully, ure
A 4 OMI'l.Kl 1 CI Iff..
1 hoe tulterett all my lite nun Mn di
easfsj ,( tiiHereni kiuJ- .m.t n r uer-r tnuu.1
nerni.tiieiii relief. Ulitll tij ttie iUvi-e .t j
ll.ly frieukl. 1 tisett tour vat 11 tMe (ii. ut '
t;iiukriif, 1 Kaveitiein a cnortitrh iri-i,uiin
sit iNittle- u( the Ii n. i ha Kk-.it lfci, (mu
htites of u in K aiut ievep t iket.J I t n 1 k '
ue.aud the reiult wan jmt what I hail been I
ttrht tt would be -1 f,.ni!etr cure !
ni-.ni.r. w ih. nicniuuiiu. ta
Itefereiice tl h (tinier. unuKist, Itlrtl
s.tl.r KIIKI M I I KKIK
1 was tr.mble.1 with .Stlt Itheuni for a mini
Iter tit tears it that the tUlii entirely came oil
one ! m !ianN frtiin the Oncer tin- to the
wrist I tried remedies nl Jin.tors' pre
sertptlon tt mi Mirpitse until I commenced
taMn;i't in 1 i',bui.ik- and iniw I .tin en
K T l'KKKK.
.TV Nurtluuiipton St . Costtiu.
IIKl lit.loTs I.MMIIto: llll. VI.
Have h,.i,i ,i ijuintity ut y.tur ( uticura Rem
edles due t my customers, Mrs lleury
Klnl, whtt hid tettero'i her hands i such an
extent at tocause Ilie skill to peel oft. and tor
Hunt years she suffrred greatly, was complete
Iy cured by the use of y.mr medicines
C. N. NYK.liriijEKist.t'antoii.ohlo
ITClll.M., s i.. I'l M 11. V.
Ktr the la -t ye ir I hive hid t species ol
Itching, sc.ily .ind piinplv hiun.trs tin my face
to which 1 u.tve applied .n;re.it tnatiy inettimls
' of treat tu en I without success, and which w.ts
' speedily and eutirely cured hy t iti i hi
MR 11 lMlKld'.s. H.ivena.i. o
NO MClUriM; I.1KK TIIKM.
U'e h-tte iid ytttir 1 i ntia lU.MkhiKs for
the t.nt &it years, aud n medicines on our
shelves ivr better s.itit.iction
r. K ATKRTtX.
l-ruggist, tbtny. S. Y.
Ci th IK, Kfmrmis are sold everywhere.
('rice- CtTici'Ht. f-e; ltoLt it.J. Stue.iV,
prep-ireil by the I'o:hk Phi i. m Chkuicl
t , t.'don. Mass smt lor "llitv I C'nrrt
nPIIDC l'lmples. skn blemishes and lUby
v-iiwuvJ,U(Ill,r ,.lirri i,j r, T,i RA Nir.
Catarrh to Consumption.
Catarrh. In itsdestructive fon-e. ttana-i uent
tiiaint ttiiitoutiteitty le.iitson to consuniiilti.il
It n therefore .nmul.tr th.it thine amu-tej
with tliu (earful disease stiouhi not m.,ke It
the object ot tlieirlHrstorlJ tliemseUesot It
l)ecepti,e remeilles, concocleit by lgiuirant
preleiniers to medical knowledge. naveweaK
ened lliecuiifldeuceofagre.it maioiily of suf
fers iu all advertised remedies. Tliey hecoaie
resigned to a life of misery rattier than tor
ture ttieiu-ielres with doubtful u.tut;ttl,es.
Hut tills will never do. Catarrh must be met
at every stage and combated with all our
might. In many cases ttie disease has assumed
dangerous symptoms. The bones and carli
lane of the nose, the organs of hearing, of see
ing and ot tasting 90 alfected as to be useless.
me uvula so elongated, toe throat so tnnaniN
and Irritated as to produce a constant and
mmiiriiV KAOicit TcKr meets every phase
of Catarrh, from a simple head cold tu the
most loathsome ana destructive stages, it is
local aud constitutional. Instant Iu relieving.
permanent Iu curtug. safe, economical aud
Mich package contains one bottle of the
Itimcu CfRK.one box Cvtvrhvi ."-Ol.TiisT.aed
.111 Itu-KoVMi lMULkft, with lieitlse: price. ;
I'i .Tim liaro am CiiKMidi Co.. llostou.
T A IN -VK MINrTt: that wcanr.
1 llfeles-i. mi ioiie seiHtiun ever tre
Jeut with those of I lift mecl Kldneyt.
Weak Hack and Lini. Xt'tiliiK Ulps an1
.si.irH. l tertne r.nn-t. Ueakneis ami Influn
matton. is relieve.! ami apre-llly curcil by the
CMIieiirik ,iill-tiu l"li-.ier, new. orlHinal.
elegant ana inMiltWe antnlt-te tt pain and in
nanimatton At alt .lruuniiH, c Ave Iorl
ur of Potter DrtsU: ami Chemical Co.. Itmtou
, 11UT1L rimia,
Koom6. Mitchell Block.
S. E. Cor. Mala aud Market Bta.
uniur icHinoTtiTH OArraa
HS. L1M IIOCKKK, S5 aud 57 Arcade. Print
er, Xagrarcr and fashionable Stationer
"Yeddlng goods and calilnv cards a specialty.
A. UKU89 HU, UNUtKT.tKIKS.
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Ketldence In W. illgb it.
JOHNSON A DOKNK.
'I LsassKdur thi x. L.BAaarrTataoii'fl aoOl
17U Welt Columbia, street.
lieneral liook Btudersand lllauk llook Manb
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only S3 SlLAtl.KSS
"ntM in inr vroriu.
Flnet Calf, jierfert fit. and ,
wjrrauieu. -n(frev nuiroo
ihj 1 j-?, xu HTMrS e. At ,
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If tur)-r-r.t.-r fM-t kt--f.th-iu. jimI ytiurmtu'wu
pu.Ut to W. L. UOLtaS. lirwktou. Mm.
PAXSON 8l WELLAND
Nn. Ks.1 Msli. Slrert, S,rliit1.lil, U.
J. D. SMITH CO.
Corner West High St. and Walnut Alley
BUnk Book Work and Lrp.1 Bltuikg
IT" ilSTOPPED FREE
Irrune Ptrsont Restored
Ar..'BRAIN.VNRVB OlSKSSES. fl.;S1
far. for AV... Jnrhi.1 Fttt. l?tIrTm if
(IsrALLiBLB if uvea . directed. AjfUltf
.rjr a...- air. Tmris. s.d l.uial Sortie freetx
I aiflidr.1 to 1IR KLIN'Ku Arch St..lhiUaelphU.PL
.A-,5 UJ- IMITATING FKslVVl.
Do not fail to call and see before
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NEW TObK. PENN. 4 OHIO 1.1.
1 L r A , K K Lessre
Mid vi a) lletvteeii I Inciiiimti ami .Nrn
Vork Highest Namgahle lint)
of Mater oil Ihe Coiulnent.
1. iU tet-t ahoic the td.an and 72i feet
ita.ve l.-ike 1-in. .h-talit tii-ii miles
THE" CLIMATE IS PUHL AWO INVIGQRATIIie.
The lake 11 1 a oit nines , n an t tr.im una
tu thre. mi), s wide 1 iki-.ii.Hl. tint nua,
irimtti's I'.niif llnuiis I' iim, Kay Vie.
Kavensw.Hl ,larltia iu.-.ird I'nautauiiua.
Point 1 hautau'iu... I...n I'.unt. Maple springs
an.1 W.Mlin ireaiu.mir itie .ilScreiit resorts
uii ttie Lake. pitr,iuur. i. tt.e summer ilslt
rs. Ttirreareg.Msi notns ate.ery pvlnt.
Ihe Fanioiis(,'liaiiIaiiiiia A-i mhlr
Has Its hradiiuartersatri,iiiiii,,u Lake.and
convenes in July aiid August ol rver year
Oue ot tBe m..st iniputar resorts ..a ttie Uke ts
Ilcrr at! D.'ttsciit,T traint ..ft.. N Vurk.
IVnntiU iiiiA an! tMn.. Kiir.tl iti lurln
' tbrM-a.i.ll brlntti-1 h tiitaifjiia takw u
ttn, anil tliitittnnt.tiLt; i..iur fur the entire
!ak5. 1hriar two htHt.u l..tk--.uos4, botn
ot itniutus- 11c and oap.itt. r i.r HLVn.moiat
tn; Ave hunilmt trursts r.-n-fi Numruti
steamer atv rnnMantlT t-'jin the LaWs,
traniortini: vltitr-t t.. ati point Those In
serrn i a Dieastui retri iostreii.1 tn tutu
mer nionthscannitt ttiila timrt i-miveiiteniur
leitKlilliU t'lat-r than UAke . h:tuUutUA
VI 1 U i.rlf l..iri..l.".i.. . .n.l .11.1.. U.lt
road, are on s tie at all I0.-.1I .1 ttiotis and ml
statloits of coufiectlnx lines troiu June 1st.
good for return uutll iii'tobcr :1st
.1 r. mi ,i.m;. i.cu s,,t ,i ictrimd o
L l. f'tKMKK lieu Pass ,Kt . New i.rk.
A K 1 l.l'.k.A.r 1.1. l-. ,...
I'tillmairs Finest I'oaches oil all
For Market street sewer-
Itesolved. By the council of the city of
Springneld Ohio, two-thirds of the whole
number ot members elected thereto concur
ring, that It Is necessary aud that It lutends
to make a public Improvement by construct
ing the sevver hereinafter described, accord
lug to the plans, iiroDIrs and specifications
therefor on Die Iu the uraVe uf the city civil
euglneeraud recorded 111 the utttre of the city
clerk and oeu to the inspection of all parti s
Intrrested. aud tli.it the sewer in the sewer
district both hereiuatter described, said sewer
and sewrr district bring part of the plans and
system ot sewerage lor said ilty heretoturr.
adopted by the council. Is required aud Is
hereby designated for Immediate use.
Said sewer Is described as follows, rlz
BrKlnnlagatMiM Hun sewer In the c-ut.r
of Market street: thence south with the eel.
terof .Market street live hundred and sltj.
two feet 'to the south side of the Indiana
liloomlngton and Western railroad, ld
sewer Is In the enter street sewer district or
sewer disirlrt No J. Ihe boundaries of which
are as follows I'ouiliieneiug at tbe Intersec
tion ot the east line of Market street with tljy
center ot Luck creek, tbeuce with the centrr
line of liuck creek down the same to ttie In
terseetlouof the center line thereof with the
east line ot r.ict.iry street, tbrnce with the
east line ol Factory street and with the east
Hue ol Factory street ctnidr-l southward to
Its Intersection with the south corporation
Hue. thence east with said corporation line to
the west line ofa turnpike mad. formerly the
priUKneldandCIittou turupike thence with
the west line of said road uorth to the old cor
poration line, being the section line between
sections SS and ..township 5. range ,M R.S.;
thence with said section line west tu the east
line of Market street, thence with the east
line of Markrt strert n..rih to thr place ot be
ginning the plausand specifications required bylaw
lor the construction ol said swer have been
prepared, and are ou tile In tbeottlceot the
city civil engineer lor r lamination and In
spection by parties Interested, aud council
will hear said parties at its regular meeting to
be held in thecoiiucil cbawbrr ol said city, on
HSIh day of .,11(11.1. .,. 11. 18H7,
couimenelng at s .. , i.M-k p m.and Iu the
event there should be no sessiou of council on
said night tbenat its first regular meeting
The city clerk Is hereby directed to publish
this resoluttou for two consecutive weeks In a
newspaierof general clrculatloa iu the cor
poration. Passed by Council July li. A I . l3S7.
, , K. T.Tlll.M .S. President.
Attest J.S.SiimriLT.a.rit, Clerk. IUam
Declaring It necessary and the Intention to
make a public Impruveinrnt by changing the
grade of the sidewalks 011 a portion of lligh
tenter. U'ashinKton aud .Market streets. '
Resolved, by the council of the city of
.sprlngueld. Ohio. That it Is urcrssary and
that it Intends to make .1 public Improvement
by cbangliigthn grade uf the sidewalks 00 the
south tide ot High street, bctwren Market
space and leuler street ou the east side of
iViiter street, between 1 1 ifti "irert and Wash
ington street, on the north side of Washing
ton street. between Ceiiterstrert and Market
space and on the West side of Market space,
as follows, viz.
bci;iunli!i at the intersection r rr... -....r
curb on .Market space, with the south curbou
High street, and level with the adopted grade
at the intersections ul the curbs at the south
east conierol High street and Market space;
thence south with the west curb of Market
space 01 feet to the intersection of the west
curb of .Market space with the north curb on
oasium-ioiisireei. ascent 4 11 lis) tret, thence
west with the north curb ol Washlmrtnn
street 4M feet to the lutersrctlon ot the Uorth
curb uf Washington street with ih.. .r in,h
on ("enter street, ascent 1 S.VWK feet; thence
north with the east curb on Outer street :tfs
feet to !Uf Intersection of the east curb of
Center street with the south cuib of High
street, descnt 4 Uti feet thence east with
vur soiuu euro ou nign street 4s tret to the
place ol besinulmr. descent l lt;.ltofer s.ia
Kradrs to be according to the profiles thereof
in tbe.'filcerof the city elielnrer. lor thrln.
-Jpectlon of all partlM Intrrrsted therein.
nesoiveu. turitier. that Ihe city clerk be
and he Is hereby directed to cause legal publi
cation to be made ol this resolution, and h.
M.tielwlcks appointed amkdlrectcd ta serve
legal l0tlee.1t this resolution.
r-assed by council Julyl "th. A. I. Iw7
Attest: K T THOMA--
J s,r. vi.Trn. Presldeut.
City Clerk. lTrt-am
Decltrlng It necessary and the intention ot
council to make a public Improvement Dy
changing the grade ol Suafrr street from
North street to Cedar street
Resolved. Uy the council of the city of
Mirinrtl.lil I Oil., Iu., iklt. ..,. ...... '
r ...... ..v...nu-. 01, usui tiieauioit num
ber ot members elected thereto concurring,
that it Is necessary and that it intends tu
make a public improvement by charming the
Lrr-l.1.. ..r .hi fa. . f eur Ir. ,... V.... .. ..
a..- ... - ..-.. . -..- . ..00. .,wuu sireei 10
Cedar strret. as follows.
beginning at the established grade on the
north tine of North street thence north ton
feet to the grade ot Cedar street, descent
t Jl If h t alaVf A Aa. .-a.1 th,Aa ft.- ..-.aSt- .. a.
. ......mt.BnumiuKiif nit- promt? IDtTlfOI
on flit In thi-otncvor the city civil euniaeer
for the linix-ctlon of all parttm lnterttstetl.
. . -"-"- ..iie.. umi mrciii cierK De ana
he is hereby directed to cause legal publica
tion to be aiade of this resolution, and R. M.
lielvvlcks appointed and directed to serve
l.al nnllnu r ... I ..... .1 .. ....... .... ..
..... uv... w. .ui, IC3UIUHUU upon an iue
owners of propertyabuttlng upon said portion
of .shafer street, or ou the persons In whose
names the abutting property ts assessed.
Passed by council July lyth. A. I IssT.
K T THOMAS.
J - ?MiirAi.Tr. City Clerk lTiiam
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